On March 27 and 28, the Magnet Group will be exhibiting at Power & Electricity World Africa (PEWA) at the Sandton Convention Center in Gauteng.
Products on display include multi-channel power analyzers and monostable industrial relays, which provide for industries such as automotive, food services, and industry, requiring automation and energy management, says Magnet Johannesburg Regional Manager Stephen Rogerson .
"This prestigious event is a good forum for demonstrating and demonstrating Magnet's solutions for industrial automation, energy, renewable energy and building automation for key players in the electricity and electricity sectors."
Mag's booth (C68) Gavazzi
Magnet Carlo Gavazzi Product Manager Ian Carr comments that After exhibiting at the show last year, Magnet collected many leads and definitely sees the value of to be present at the PEWA event. "So much so that we are creating a more sophisticated display than last year's standard shell program"
Magnet has been distributing Carlo Gavazzi products since 2015, offering a range of energy meters for easy installation and accuracy. Carr notes that this is beneficial because measurement is critical to understanding energy consumption, which in turn "forms the basis for most energy management philosophies, especially with ever increasing energy costs."
Analyzers and Relays 19659008] Carlo Gavazi's WM50 modular branch analyzers designed for reliable operation in critical applications such as data centers, food warehouses, industrial production and hospitals are on display.
The WM50 analyzers measure and monitor main electrical variables and voltage and current harmonics distortions in a three- or single-phase system for a maximum of 96 channels. This system can display total and partially active and reactive energy consumption. up to three water, gas and heat meters; and up to six energy consumption rates.
The analyzer provides up to 16 alarms and can be integrated with accessory modules to extend its control and communication capabilities. The main functions of the device are extended by two modules, which include a digital input / output model, an analog input module and a communication module.
An optional accessory module can manage three analog inputs and six digital inputs / outputs while transmitting data to other systems. It can also log measurements and events.
In addition, Carr points out that the WM50 analyzer was designed for fast configuration. "Removable terminals are connected to 12-channel current sensors via proprietary cables, and the terminals are shipped with sensors to ensure efficient operation at all times."
He points out that the lighted LED (LED) display clearly indicates individual and total values of load measurements as well as configuration parameter values. The digital communication between current sensors and the WM50 device ensures immunity to interference.
In addition, the PEFA stand will include Carlo Gavazzi's electromechanical relays, which are typically used to switch loads such as heaters, lights, and industrial automation.
Of particular interest are the monostable industrial relays with relay midi industry (RMI) and relay switchboard (RCP) used in switchboards; in heating, ventilation and air conditioning control systems; for pump and compressor control; and in electronic and consumer products.
These relays are sealed to IP40 standards and comply with the European Commission's Low Voltage Directive Governing Board, and are available in plug and board configurations with a 3 750 Vac dielectric coil on the contacts Carr.
The compact RMI relays are designed for high switching capacity with two or four change-over contacts, and the two-pole version has a switching capacity of between
10 A and a push-to-test button and 12A and the 4-pole version between 5A and 6A.
RCP relays, with two or three changeover contacts and an 8 or 6-pin 11-pin receptacle mount provides extended life of at least 100,000 electrical switching operations at 10 A.
Magnet's product portfolio by Carlo Gavazzi also includes key energy management solutions, including energy meters, electricity and energy efficiency monitoring solutions. In addition, the company offers a virtual matching utility offering integrated web server solutions.
These solutions are suitable for use in a variety of industries, including agriculture, building and home automation, conventional and renewable energy, food and beverage systems, and HVAC systems. "Web server solutions are also used in packaging and plastics machinery, elevators and escalators."
Magnet provides technical and support service throughout Africa to ensure optimum performance of all components.