How to install a good measuring system? (tips from an expert)

January 26th, 2015 | Make a comment | Posted in Energy Efficiency - building
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The Electrical Engineering Community counts numerous members and we are lucky because they send us articles on a weekly basis. Today, let’s meet one of them who is willing to give you 5 practical tips to install a correct measuring system…

“Most electrical engineers face a number of problems while selecting a good measuring system. The reason being, they need to consider various types of measuring systems, current transformers, voltage transformers, wiring and grounding of the systems, etc., to finalize the most appropriate measuring system for electrical equipment.

I, being an electrical engineer myself (specializing in instrumentation), and having 15 years of experience in the similar field, have put together some practical tips that might help other electrical engineers in understanding “How to install a good measuring system?”. Following are some of them:

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Electrical Installation Guide 2015 – New version – FREE Download Now

January 21st, 2015 | Make a comment | Posted in iec standard
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Electrical Installation Guide 2015

Designer, Consultant, Contractor, Panel builder, Facility manager, Student, teacher, Standardisation or certification experts… we all have to know and comply to electrical installation standards and regulations, in order to ensure the safety (and more and more the energy efficiency) of our customers’ electrical installations.

These international standards, set by the IEC, are complex and keep evolving; as a result, we struggled to stay informed.

As an example, are you aware that the IEC 60364 “Low-voltage electrical installations” part 4-42 “Protection for safety – Protection against thermal effects” has been updated in 2014, and that in particular it now includes recommendations for arc fault protection?

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Top 10 most prominent grounding systems for industrial sectors

January 16th, 2015 | Make a comment | Posted in Electrical distribution
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Last time we shared an article about the top 10 ways to increase energy efficiency and performance of pumping systems.


Now here’s another interseting top 10 of the most prominent grounding systems for industrial sectors…


…But before that, let us first understand what grounding/earth is.

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What is SCADA?

January 12th, 2015 | Make a comment | Posted in Electrical distribution
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New article in our boxmail about SCADA systems. Here’s what you have to know about them…

Introduction

What is SCADA?

SCADA?

SCADA (Supervisory control and data acquisition) is a system that is being used in different manufacturing processes. In energetics, SCADA systems are used in substations, hydropower plants, thermal power plants, photovoltaic power plants, wind power plants etc. Thus the dispatchers can monitor the different parameters in real time (load, voltage, if a failure become etc.). They also can make different switching operations from a distance.

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Graphene can replace transparent electrical conductors in displays!

January 8th, 2015 | Make a comment | Posted in Energy Efficiency - news
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Hi, this is Steven Mill. As you know, I love reporting electrical improvements and other news linked to the subject. Did you know graphene can replace transparent electrical conductors?

Why use transparent electrical conductors in displays in the first place?

Most of the flat screen TV’s, laptops, desktops, mobile phones and other electrical or electronic devices that need bright screens, rely on transparent electrical conductors for effective display. The reason for using transparent conductors for this purpose is, they do not obstruct the back-end illumination that lights up the front of the screen, resulting in a brighter and sharper display.

Graphene Discovery
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