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CIRCUTOR APPLICATIONS

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Sony Spain (Barcelona. Spain)

puntActive filters APF

Application:
Power factor correction

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Banesco Banco Universal
(Venezuela)

puntCVMk2
puntCVM-NRG96-ITF-RS485
puntPowerStudio Scada
puntTransformers
puntConverters

Application:
Improvement of Energy Management and Power Quality of Industrial Electrical Systems

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EDITORIAL
What are harmonics?
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Non linear loads, such as: rectifiers, inverters, speed variators, furnaces, etc. that absorb periodic non-sine wave currents from the network. Said currents are composed of a fundamental frequency component rated at 50 or 60 Hz, plus a series of overlapping currents, with frequencies that are multiples of the fundamental frequency. This is how we define HARMONICS.

The result is a deformation of the current (and, as a consequence, voltage) that has a series of associated secondary effects.

Effects of harmonics
The main effects of the voltage and current harmonics in a power system can be cited as:

·The possibility of amplification of some
·harmonics as a result of serial and parallel
·resonance.

·Performance reduction in generation,
·transport and energy usage systems.

·The aging of the grid insulation
·components and as a consequence,
·energy reduction.

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NEWS FROM THE SECTOR
The "eternal light bulb" is manufactured in Spain



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Savings of up to 92% on the electricity bill

The light bulb can save up to 92% on the electricity bill in terms of lighting, and emits up to 70% less CO2, thanks to this electricity savings. It is inspired by the light bulb that has not burned out for over 111 years located in the firehouse in Livermore, California. Muros travelled there to study what led it to be the "eternal light bulb". Muros' company, OEP Electrics, released a light bulb onto the market with no expiration date and developed under the premise of "no built-in obsolescence".

Fighting against built-in obsolescence

Last year, Benito Muros rekindled the debate on the shelf life of products that are developed nowadays. It is what is known as "built-in obsolescence": the programming of the end of the useful life of an item so that, in a short time, it will become useless or worthless.

Since the creation and marketing of the light bulb, Muros has led the SOP Movement (Sin Obsolescencia Programada, or No Built-in Obsolescence), which promotes a new business concept based on developing products that last forever. It is a philosophy based on marketing projects that are not programmed to have a short life, but that respect the environment and do not generate waste that ends up in third-world countries. But the movement wants to go even further: its goal is to transform the current economic model, which is based on runaway consumption and speculation.

During the opening ceremony for the new factory in September, the new social and economic approach will be announced, in order to spark a movement that will lead to the revival of an economic model based on sustainability at all levels, to be called: "PROJECT FOR THE END OF BUILT-IN OBSOLESCENCE AND THE CURRENT ECONOMIC MODEL".

Source: mundoenergia.com
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CIRCUTOR EQUIPMENT
CDP. Dynamic Power Control


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CDP-0 / CDP-G are a family of power control devices by shifting solar module power point to match user's consumption at any moment.

One of the main features of this device is the ability to measure all power flows of the PV System:

·User consumption
·Inverter output
·Balance with the grid
·Auxiliary generation

After inverter's rate is set up the CDP at adjust the power output to consumption level preventing feed in the grid. The process is done through RS-485 communication.

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CIRCUTOR EQUIPMENT
Smart ultra-quick Electric Vehicle charging units
RVE-QPC compact quick charging

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CIRCUTOR's ultra-quick charging stations provide the quickest way of charging today's electric vehicles. Their innovative and original design offers a fast and easy solution in line with the current CHAdeMO standards for quick charging.

The unit has an intuitive user interface, anti-vandalism protection and a structure that is easy to install.

Communications systems (Ethernet, 3G, etc.) have been built into all models, allowing remote control and real time monitoring. This feature provides an easy way to integrate with other systems to get the most out of the unit.

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