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Circutor will participate in the SEPEM 2019 exhibition

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CIRCUTOR will participate from the 29th to the 1st of October in the SEPEM 2019 exhibition in Avignon (France).

During this edition, CIRCUTOR with over 45 years present in the sector of energy efficiency, will participate in the event to show to all attendees the newest solutions for improving electrical energy efficiency.

  • Energy Efficiency solutions
    Network analyzers for energy management in any type of electrical installation, together with software to create an Energy Management System (EMS) to control the facility and carry out audits in accordance with ISO 50001.
    • MYeBOX 1500A: New portable power quality analyzer Class A certified according to the power quality standard IEC 61000-4-30. This device checks the installation status together with the grid power quality: Swells, sags, interruptions and transient capture. The system offers a free APP and Cloud server in order to manage the device and their measurements when it is connected by 3G or Wi-Fi connection.
    • New CEM-C: New meters to register consumptions for any kind of installations with communications and dual source system.
    • New CVM-E3-MINI: New DIN rail analyzer with Modbus and BACnet communications. Design for dual source applications and possibility to connect fixed transformers or flexible clamps.
    • New Split core transformers TQ series: New range of split core transformers with new design with easy installation system.
  • Power quality solutions
    • New CVM-A1500A: New power quality analyzer verified with IEC 61000-4-30 for events (Swells, sags and interruptions) and transients recording with built-in Web Server.
    • New AFQm active filters: Designed to improve network quality will also be presented, designed to offer solutions both for wall-mounting and installation in a cabinet for any type of current.
    • Capacitor Banks and components: Capacitor banks with or without rejection filters, large range of Heavy Duty capacitors and reactors and Power Factor Relays (regulators).
    • Static Var Generator (SVG): To compensate reactive power in installations with high presence of harmonic distorsion (THD).
  • Service continuity
    • New REC4: Residual current relay with self-reclosing system with the most compact enclose to reconnect the installation in case of tripping.
    • RECmaxCVM: RCCB with self-reclosing system to reconnect the installations in case of overcurrent, short-circuit or residual current fault. With the easiest installation and power analyzer built-in with more than 250 variables and RS-485 Modbus RTU communications.
  • Medium voltage compensation
    • Medium voltage capacitors, reactors and components or complete Medium voltage capacitor banks in order to compensate reactive inductive energies, improve the network status and avoiding penalties.

We look forward to receiving you in our stand to show you all our new products in Grand Palais, stand F14.

The latest developments in electric vehicle charging systems at Automobile Barcelona 2019

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CIRCUTOR unveils the full range of electric vehicle charging points in the Automobile Barcelona 2019 exhibition, which will be held from 11 to 19 May at the Montjuïc Exhibition Centre (Barcelona).

The Automobile Barcelona 2019 (formerly known as the International Motor Show) organised by Fira Barcelona, will take place from 11 to 19 May 2019 in the city of Barcelona. This edition is particularly singular as they are celebrating their 100th anniversary, so this is a major opportunity to learn about the new trends in the automotive sector both in terms of the launch of new vehicles, new technologies applied to driving and all the new systems for charging electric vehicles.

Circutor will participate in the event displaying all the latest developments in electric vehicle charging systems covering from domestic needs to quick charging on public roads, thus serving all sections of the general public interested in the sector.

The different solutions that will be unveiled during the fair are listed below:

Solutions for domestic charge
  • eHome and eNEXT chargers: The ideal solution for domestic installations allowing for any user to charge their electric vehicle, irrespective of its manufacturer.
Solutions for charging in indoor multi-user car parks
  • EPark Chargers: The ideal solution for multi-user installations where additional security is required to secure the load and avoid fraud through activation by proximity card (RFID). The ePark chargers have two charging points through a single connection, making it easier to install.
  • Urban WB Chargers: Sturdy solution with metallic enclosure for multi-user installations, designed to charge any electric vehicle in the open air. The device has a load balancing system to charge through double supply with 3G communications, with OCPP protocol 1.5/1.6 for remote management.
Solutions for charging in outdoor multi-user car parks
  • URBAN charging posts: Sturdy metal enclosure equipment designed for charging any electric vehicle in the open in multi-user installations. The device has a load balancing system to charge through double supply, offering powers up to 44 kW, billing counter integrated with MID approval and management through proximity card (RFID) or 3G communications, with protocol OCPP 1.5/1.6 for its remote management.
  • URBAN Master / Slave charging posts: It has all the benefits of the URBAN range, as a single Master equipment can perform autonomously the management of up to 8 slave posts, optimising and lowering the installation and allowing a local or remote management.
Solutions for quick outdoor charging
  • Raption 50 chargers: The equipment allows for the charging of electric vehicles in those cases that require a faster charge period. In addition, it has a load power of up to 50 kW DC simultaneously per outlet. The equipment incorporates anti-vandalism screen, OCCP communications protocol and can manage equipment from the URBAN Master / Slave range.
  • Raption 150 chargers: The Quick Charge RAPTION 150 equipment is the most powerful in its range, reaching a power of up to 150 kW DC which is equivalent to a 500 km range in 30 minutes. For this reason, it has become the fastest solution for charging on public roads or service stations.

We look forward to welcoming you to show you all our news in the Automobile Barcelona 2019 show (Montjuïc Campus, Pavilion 8, Level 0, Street D, Stand 420).

 

electric vehicle charging systems at Automobile Barcelona 2019

CIRCUTOR will be participating at the Hannover Messe 2019 fair, from 1st to 5th April in Hannover (Germany)

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Hannover Messe is the world's leading trade fair for industrial technology, where the latest solutions, devices and technologies of the electrical sector are exhibited.

During this edition, CIRCUTOR with over 45 years present in the sector of energy efficiency, will participate in the event to show to all attendees the newest solutions for improving electrical energy efficiency.

  • Energy Efficiency solutions
    Network analyzers for energy management in any type of electrical installation, together with software to create an Energy Management System (EMS) to control the facility and carry out audits in accordance with ISO 50001.
    • MYeBOX 1500A: New portable power quality analyzer Class A certified according to the power quality standard IEC 61000-4-30. This device checks the installation status together with the grid power quality: Swells, sags, interruptions and transient capture. The system offers a free APP and Cloud server in order to manage the device and their measurements when it is connected by 3G or Wi-Fi connection.
    • New CVM-C10 Flex: New panel analyzer with flexible camps connection up to 2000A. Avoiding power offs during its installation.
    • New CVM-E3-MINI-Flex: New DIN rail analyzer with Modbus and BACnet communications. Design for dual source applications and possibility to connect flexible clamps up to 2000A.
    • PowerStudio software: Scada software designed to program and monitor any device connected to the installation. Which this software tool the user will be able to create scada screens, bill simulations and alarm management with the most user-friendly interface in order to be controlled by any kind of user.
    • New Split core transformers TQ series: New range of split core transformers with new design with easy installation system.
  • Power quality solutions
    • New CVM-A1500A: New power quality analyzer verified with IEC 61000-4-30 for events (Swells, sags and interruptions) and transients recording with built-in Web Server.
    • New AFQm active filters: Designed to improve network quality will also be presented, designed to offer solutions both for wall-mounting and installation in a cabinet for any type of current.
    • Capacitor Banks and components: FR capacitor banks with rejection filters, large range of Heavy Duty capacitors and reactors and Power Factor Relays (regulators).
  • Service continuity
    • New RGU-100B: New residual current device to ensure the supply continuity in networks with AC+DC residual currents with RS-485 Modbus RTU communications.
    • New CBS-400B: New residual current monitoring device to control the residual current with AC/DC loads in 4 lines with only 3 modules and RS-485 Modbus RTU communications.
    • New REC4: Residual current relay with self-reclosing system with the most compact enclose to reconnect the installation in case of tripping.
    • RECmaxCVM: RCCB with self-reclosing system to reconnect the installations in case of overcurrent, short-circuit or residual current fault. With the easiest installation and power analyzer built-in with more than 250 variables and RS-485 Modbus RTU communications.
  • Medium voltage compensation
    • Medium voltage capacitors, reactors and components or complete Medium voltage capacitor banks in order to compensate reactive inductive energies, improve the network status and avoiding penalties.
  • Recharge of electrical vehicle
    • New eNEXT and Urban-WB recharge boxes: Solutions for domestic charging or private vehicle floats.

 


We look forward to receiving you in our stand to show you all our new products in Hall 12, stand C61.

The next link takes you straight to the eTicket registration/activation website.
After registration, each guest receives a personalized ticket by e-mail for printing in A4 and showing at the entrance.
Ticket are only valid upon registration/activation, and that this is most conveniently done online, before the show.

Each eTicket is valid for the entire duration of HANNOVER MESSE 2019.

5 keys to create an Energy Management System

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An energy management systems allows information to be processed and managed efficiently.

The three components of this system are: measurement devices, communication network, and software application. According to a MIT study, buildings waste at least 30% of their energy, and because of this, the main objective of this system is to do analysis on energy efficiency and to reduce energy consumption.

To understand the benefits of an energy management system, it is important to know that energy management is based on 5 fundamental aspects: how much, where, when, what, and how.

Firstly, how much energy is consumed, this is important to compare to identify billing errors. By being able to obtain power and energy charts, users are able to see whether energy costs in bills are accurate or not. Furthermore, the users will be able to detect if the contracted power of their installations are correctly defined. If the contracted power is much higher than the maximum consumption, the user can change the contract with the utility and this will directly decrease the bill value at the end of the month.

Energy bill simulation
Energy bill simulation

 

Secondly, when is the energy consumed, this is important as there are peak hours and off peak hours. Identifying billing errors aside, this is beneficial as atypical consumptions can easily be detected and identified. By detecting these consumptions, wasted energy can be managed and reduced by managing loads. Therefore, “atypical consumptions” can be detected by knowing when the energy is consumed. This means that there are consumptions in the installations that should not exist in the hours in which they occur. This is because we do not have control of all the loads of the installation, so a scada system that records the consumption of the entire plant will helps us to detect and eliminate them.

Weekly energy chartWeekly energy chart

 

Where is energy consumed is a big part of this system as this allows users to see how much energy is used for air conditioning, lighting, computer servers, etc. So information on energy consumption can be compared by installation, zone, or uses. This also goes along with the idea of allocating costs in a monetary value in order to forecast costs. Potential savings can also be detected.

This type of management is very important when establishing the objectives for the implementation of the ISO 50001 Energy Management System, as the areas or lines with the largest consumptions will be those in which energy improvement tasks will first be focused on.

Consumptions compared by areas and uses
Consumptions compared by areas and uses

 

How do I pay for energy? With the existing tariffs, the energy management system allows users to manage working hours in order to achieve optimum savings, for example: allocating more energy consumption to be used during the non-peak hours would allow companies to use the same amount of energy at a lower cost. Secondly, the information provided by the system allows users to manage the power factor through capacitor banks in order to avoid penalties. Similarly, the system also can help calculate the power demand needed to avoid overestimating and wasting money through fixed costs or going over the maximum power demand and getting a penalty.

Reactive energy and Maximum Demand breakdown
Reactive energy and Maximum Demand breakdown

 

Finally, what is the network quality of the installation? As harmonics tend to disrupt electrical systems, with the energy management system and filters, maintenance is prevented. An example of a problem caused by harmonics is loss of performance. Because of the distortions, the performance of electrical motors are degrading, to add to that, interferences occur in communications and control systems. Another example is the ability to trip electrical protections, this applies not only to circuit breakers but also earth leakage protection. This is important because by improving the network quality of the installations, companies are avoiding unwanted protection trips, therefore leading to more productivity. This system also enables users to be alert when an error comes up through alarms.

In conclusion, with the Energy Management System, companies are more competitive as costs are reduced; companies are more efficient as maintenance is prevented and strategic decisions are performed. As sustainability is an important goal these days, especially in Indonesia, with never ending devastating forest fires spread across the islands of Sumatra, Kalimantan, and Riau as well as a heavily polluted capital city. This system allows a reduction in carbon footprint and unnecessary energy waste, as factories are heavily dependent on fossil fuels. Overall, not only does the energy management system provide real-time information on energy consumption; it helps reducing expenses through utility bills and performance is boosted as well.

Written by: Anastasia Annelie Limputra

Successful participation in Hannover Messe 2019

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The participation of CIRCUTOR in Hannover Messe (the world's leading trade fair for industrial technology), has been totally satisfactory and displays healthy results, both in terms of visits and contacts made, as well as the level of acceptance of the new solutions and products unveiled.

The participation of CIRCUTOR in Hannover Messe has focused especially on the unveiling of new solutions to improve electrical energy efficiency, such as:

  • Energy Efficiency solutions
    Network analyzers for energy management in any type of electrical installation, together with software to create an Energy Management System (EMS) to control the facility and carry out audits in accordance with ISO 50001.
    • MYeBOX 1500A: New portable power quality analyzer Class A certified according to the power quality standard IEC 61000-4-30. This device checks the installation status together with the grid power quality: Swells, sags, interruptions and transient capture. The system offers a free APP and Cloud server in order to manage the device and their measurements when it is connected by 3G or Wi-Fi connection.
    • New CVM-C10 Flex: New panel analyzer with flexible camps connection up to 2000A. Avoiding power offs during its installation.
    • New CVM-E3-MINI-Flex: New DIN rail analyzer with Modbus and BACnet communications. Design for dual source applications and possibility to connect flexible clamps up to 2000A.
    • PowerStudio software: Scada software designed to program and monitor any device connected to the installation. Which this software tool the user will be able to create scada screens, bill simulations and alarm management with the most user-friendly interface in order to be controlled by any kind of user.
    • New Split core transformers TQ series: New range of split core transformers with new design with easy installation system.
  • Power quality solutions
    • New CVM-A1500A: New power quality analyzer verified with IEC 61000-4-30 for events (Swells, sags and interruptions) and transients recording with built-in Web Server.
    • New AFQm active filters: Designed to improve network quality will also be presented, designed to offer solutions both for wall-mounting and installation in a cabinet for any type of current.
    • Capacitor Banks and components: FR capacitor banks with rejection filters, large range of Heavy Duty capacitors and reactors and Power Factor Relays (regulators).
  • Service continuity
    • New RGU-100B: New residual current device to ensure the supply continuity in networks with AC+DC residual currents with RS-485 Modbus RTU communications.
    • New CBS-400B: New residual current monitoring device to control the residual current with AC/DC loads in 4 lines with only 3 modules and RS-485 Modbus RTU communications.
    • New REC4: Residual current relay with self-reclosing system with the most compact enclose to reconnect the installation in case of tripping.
    • RECmaxCVM: RCCB with self-reclosing system to reconnect the installations in case of overcurrent, short-circuit or residual current fault. With the easiest installation and power analyzer built-in with more than 250 variables and RS-485 Modbus RTU communications.
  • Medium voltage compensation
    • Medium voltage capacitors, reactors and components or complete Medium voltage capacitor banks in order to compensate reactive inductive energies, improve the network status and avoiding penalties.
  • Recharge of electrical vehicle
    • New eNEXT and Urban-WB recharge boxes: Solutions for domestic charging or private vehicle floats.

 


At CIRCUTOR we wish to thank you for the interest shown in all the devices presented at the fair, with the hope that future events will be as rewarding as the previous one.

Successful participation in Hannover Messe 2019

CIRCUTOR will participate in the ELEKTRO 2019 exhibition

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CIRCUTOR will participate from the 15th to the 18th of April in the ELEKTRO 2019 exhibition in Moscow (Russia), one of the most important events in Eastern Europe related with power electronic devices, lighting and building automation..

Annually over 500 companies from 26 different countries participate at the fair, in order to increase their inter-regional and international cooperation in the field of electronics and electrical engineering. The Electrical Exhibition offers the opportunity to win new customers in direct dialogue.

During this edition, CIRCUTOR with over 45 years present in the sector of energy efficiency, will participate in the event to show to all attendees the newest solutions for improving electrical energy efficiency.

  • Energy Efficiency solutions
    Network analyzers for energy management in any type of electrical installation, together with software to create an Energy Management System (EMS) to control the facility and carry out audits in accordance with ISO 50001.
    • MYeBOX: New Class A certified according to the power quality standard IEC 61000-4-30. This device checks the installation status together with the grid power quality: Swells, sags, interruptions and transient capture. The system offers a free APP and Cloud server in order to manage the device and their measurements when it is connected by 3G or Wi-Fi connection.
    • New CVM-C10 Flex: New panel analyzer with flexible camps connection up to 2000A. Avoiding power offs during its installation.
    • New CVM-E3-MINI: New DIN rail analyzer with Modbus and BACnet communications. Design for dual source applications and possibility to connect flexible clamps up to 2000A.
    • PowerStudio software: Scada software designed to program and monitor any device connected to the installation. Which this software tool the user will be able to create scada screens, bill simulations and alarm management with the most user-friendly interface in order to be controlled by any kind of user.
  • Power quality solutions
    • New CVM-A1500A: New power quality analyzer verified with IEC 61000-4-30 for events (Swells, sags and interruptions) and transients recording with built-in Web Server.
    • New AFQm active filters: Designed to improve network quality will also be presented, designed to offer solutions both for wall-mounting and installation in a cabinet for any type of current.
    • Capacitor Banks and components: FR capacitor banks with rejection filters, large range of Heavy Duty capacitors and reactors and Power Factor Relays (regulators).
  • Service continuity
    • New RGU-100B: New residual current device to ensure the supply continuity in networks with AC+DC residual currents with RS-485 Modbus RTU communications.
    • New REC4: Residual current relay with self-reclosing system with the most compact enclose to reconnect the installation in case of tripping.
    • RECmaxCVM: RCCB with self-reclosing system to reconnect the installations in case of overcurrent, short-circuit or residual current fault. With the easiest installation and power analyzer built-in with more than 250 variables and RS-485 Modbus RTU communications.
  • Medium voltage compensation
    • Medium voltage capacitors, reactors and components or complete Medium voltage capacitor banks in order to compensate reactive inductive energies, improve the network status and avoiding penalties.

 


We look forward to receiving you in our stand to show you all our new products in the Hall Forum / Stand FE152.

Success at the Automobile Trade Fair in Barcelona

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The Barcelona Motor Show, known since 2017 as Automobile Barcelona, held its centenary this year. It is undoubtedly the leading trade fair for Spain's automotive industry

Circutor attended the event once again, showing its commitment to sustainable mobility and the environment by showcasing its range of EV (electric vehicle) charging solutions.

In fact, the 2019 edition particularly focused on the current trend towards sustainable mobility, with vehicles powered by electric motors making up a large part of the exhibition areas. A good example of this was the Volkswagen Group's stand, where the latest innovations from the German multinational were unveiled, with clearly futuristic, all electric vehicles that already exist. In fact, Volkswagen has announced the launch of 20 entirely electric models by 2020.

The Volkswagen Group's approach is just another example of this tendency, and other brands present at the show are pursuing the same strategy. All the concept cars on display at Automobile are powered by entirely electric means, and many of the standard models showcased are hybrid versions already available on the market.

This reflects just how conscious main manufacturers in the car industry are of the importance of shifting towards a sustainable mobility approach.


Over recent years, the above-mentioned trend has turned into a race to devise solutions to charge this type of vehicle, a race that Circutor has been leading for 10 years.

In the 2019 edition, Circutor unveiled its latest innovations in electric vehicle charging, offering new options for home or domestic charging.

The eNEXT Wallbox, award winning device at the latest Matelec trade fair, is a step further in terms of connectivity and user interface. It features a wireless authentication system to allow an EV owner to start charging without even touching the device. It also includes the possibility to control charging by using an app on the owner's mobile device, which enables access to charge configuration, monitoring and statistics regarding device usage.

The new eNEXT comes in 3 versions, offering different features according to installation needs, with an output power range of up to 22kW:

  • eNEXT
  • eNEXT Pro
  • eNEXT Elite

As well as the new domestic charger, the rest of Circutor's wide-ranging charging stations were also on display at the company's stand, ranging from home to fast on-street charge points, as well as semi-fast charging for multi-user indoor or outdoor car parks.

  • Fast on-street charging: Raption 50 and Raption 150
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    fast charge versions supply 50 kW and 150 kW respectively to achieve maximum battery level in minutes. The latter model is a new addition to the fast charge range, tailoring the Raption series to today's market needs, with significantly-improved batteries in terms of capacity. The devices have a touch screen to interface with the client and include OCPP (Open Charge Point Protocol) communications to remotely manage the device and a cutting-edge system to control the URBAN Master/Slave range of devices. Plus two, DC power outlets at the front for vehicles fitted with either CCS combo or CHAdeMO connectors.
  • Multi-user outdoor car park charging: URBAN and URBAN Master/Slave
    The multi-user outdoor car park charging range comprises rugged, metal-enclosed devices with charge powers of up to 44kW at two separate outlets.
    The new master/slave version is a recent development in this product range, allowing up to 9 devices to be linked to the one acting as master, permitting autonomous management of the other devices (slaves). By using the master device to link up with charge management platforms, directly interfacing with the slaves without needing to spend any extra on communications, thereby optimising the installation's capacity to the maximum, overall costs of installing charging posts are minimised.
  • Multi-user indoor car park charging: ePark and Urban WB
    The solution for indoor charging comprises two power outlets of up to 22kW that will allow owners of large premises with indoor parking and/or large neighbourhood communities to offer an intelligent, safe charging service.
    Urban Wb is a compact version of the Urban charging post, with a metal enclosure and rugged design, while the ePark box is a recent, newly-designed addition to this type of device and has two, type-2 connectors, each offering 7.4 kW, in the same compact casing.
    Both models have RFID card identification terminals as a fraud prevention measure.
  • Domestic charging: eNext and eHome
    Besides the award-winning eNEXT, Circutor's home range also includes the eHome Wallbox. These devices have been designed for mostly slow overnight charging at home. They also allow for simple installations in neighbourhood communities.

One of the main advantages of Circutor's range of EV charging solutions is that the devices may be smartly and remotely managed thanks to the software environment developed by the company, such as CirBeOn and DLM (Dynamic Load Management). Thanks to which, the person in charge of multi-user charging stations is able to ensure optimum, balanced consumption, and keep the power consumed below the contracted rate; tripping of protections or surcharges in contracted power, depending on the type of installation, are also possible to avoid.

The 100th anniversary of Automobile Barcelona came to an end with a remarkable attendance at Circutor's stand, once again illustrating the synergy between manufacturers and fans of the car industry and companies developing EV charging systems.


 

On behalf of everyone working at Circutor, we would like to thank the interest shown in our products and congratulate Automobile Barcelona for such excellent organisation on its 100th anniversary. See you at the next event!

Satisfactory participation in Middle East Electricity 2019, Dubai (UAE)

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The participation of CIRCUTOR in Middle East Electricity 2019 (the largest exhibition worldwide for the energy industry) has been totally satisfactory and displays healthy results, both in terms of visits and contacts made, as well as the level of acceptance of the new solutions and products unveiled.

The participation of CIRCUTOR in Middle East Electricity has focused especially on the unveiling of new solutions to improve electrical energy efficiency, such as:

  • AFQm (Active multifunction filter)
  • CVM A1500 Class A (Supply quality analyser)
  • SVG (Static reactive generator)
  • REC4 (Self-resetting differential switch)
  • RECmaxCVM (Differential circuit breaker with automatic reconnection and measurement)

 

On this occasion we have received more than 300 visits from more than 50 countries.
 

At CIRCUTOR we wish to thank you for the interest shown in all the devices presented at the fair, with the hope that future events will be as rewarding as the previous one.

 

Satisfactory participation in Middle East Electricity 2019, Dubai (UAE)

CIRCUTOR will be participating at the Middle East Electricity 2019 exhibition, from March 5th - 7th in Dubai (UAE)

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Middle East Electricity is the largest exhibition worldwide for the energy industry, covering electrical generation, transmission and distribution, including sectors of renewable energies and lighting industry.

Middle East Electricity receives visitors from all the Middle East, Africa and the rest of the world, and presents itself as the main meeting point of professionals of the energy industry in the region.

During this edition, CIRCUTOR, with over 45 years in the energy efficiency sector, will participate in this event to show new solutions for improving electrical energy efficiency.

  • Filtering and power factor correction solutions

    • New AFQm Active filters. New wall mounted models for 30A, 60A or 100A and new cabinet models for 100A, 200A, 300A or 400A with multilevel technology.
    • Static Var Generator-SVG: Solution for inductive and capacitive active compensation.
    • Capacitor Banks and components: Static capacitor banks with rejection filters, large range of Heavy Duty capacitors and reactors and Power Factor Relays (regulators).
  • Service continuity
    • New RGU-100B: New residual current device to ensure the supply continuity in networks with AC+DC residual currents with RS-485 Modbus RTU communications.
    • New REC4: Residual current relay with self-reclosing system with the most compact enclose to reconnect the installation in case of tripping.
    • RECmaxCVM: RCCB with self-reclosing system to reconnect the installations in case of overcurrent, short-circuit or residual current fault. With the easiest installation and power analyzer built-in with more than 250 variables and RS-485 Modbus RTU communications
  • Energy management solutions (EMS)
    • New CVM-A1500A: New power quality analyzer verified with IEC 61000-4-30 for events (Swells, sags and interruptions) and transients recording with built-in Web Server.
    • New CVM-C10 Flex: New panel analyzer with flexible camps connection up to 2000A. Avoiding power offs during its installation.
    • New CVM-E3-MINI: New DIN rail analyzer with Modbus and BACnet communications. Design for dual source applications and possibility to connect flexible clamps up to 2000A.
    • New MYeBOX Class A: New portable power quality analyzer with free APP and cloud server certified in Class A according to IEC 61000-4-30 with events (Swells, sags and interruptions) and transients recording.
    • New Dual Sorce meters: New CEM meters in order to make official energy billings with dual source system to record energies from two different sources and buil-in RS-485 Modbus RTU communications.
  • Energy management solutions (EMS)
    • New string monitoring system STM: New analyzer to record information from solar panels with DC to be installed inside the string boxes. The system is modular and expandable with RS-485 (Modbus RTU) communications or wireless with LoRa system.

 


We look forward to receiving you in our stand to show you all our new products in Hall 2, stand E18.

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