April 02, 2012

Automation demonstrates best of breed drive equipment at Drives & Controls 2012

CP Automation will be exhibiting its RevCon regenerative unit, which allows the user to return braking energy back into the mains supply, at Drives & Controls 2012. The company will also have RevCon’s RHF two way harmonic filter units on show at stand number D1628.

A RevCon regenerative unit allows braking energy to be returned to the mains
Also on display will be the complete range of Roxburgh UL, CE marked EMI/RFI Filters from 1A to 820A. Typical industries include automation, machine tools, HVAC and gensets and common applications include machine tools, heating, motor drives, inverters and servos, compressors, lifts, escalators and cranes.

Another highlight of CP Automation’s stand will be external dynamic brake choppers rated up to 100KW, as well as universal regenerative braking units available up to 690V. These work with any manufacturer's inverter and feature options including RFI filters, harmonic filters, DC bus feed for systems and a DC to DC boost chopper.

Rounding off the display will be a slip ring motor controller rated up to 690V supply and 1850A. The Sprint JL/X range, which uses a thyristor stack to provide a firing angle controlled three phase output, is suitable for controlling slip ring motors in either two or four quadrant modes.

Specialising in supply, repair and field service for industrial electronic boards, PLC's, AC drives, resistors, DC drives and inverters, CP Automation’s workshops are fully equipped to rapidly identify faults and component failures and to provide a speedy professional service.

“Our experienced and highly trained engineers provide both in-house and on-site servicing of AC drives, DC drives and control systems,” said Tony Young, director of CP Automation.

“We have a vast stock of drives, motors, resistors and components available, borne of distribution agreements with Cressall Resistors, Electroplan Revcon gmbh, Alpha 3 Manufacturing and many other major automation equipment suppliers.”

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