News archive 2010

[2 December 2010] Great interest for Emotron news at SPS/IPC/Drives

A cost-efficient cabinet concept for high powers, low harmonic and regenerative drives with active front end technology, marine certified units… These were some of the news presented in the Emotron stand at the SPS/IPC/DRIVES 2010 in Germany. The visitors

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[19 November 2010] Emotron delivers large drives to the Ravensthorpe mine in Australia

Emotron has received a large order for AC drives built in IP54 cabinets to the Ravensthorpe mine in Australia. The project includes 30 drives with a total power of 10 MW.

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[1 November 2010] Emotron at SPS/IPC/DRIVES

Emotron drives are the choice for tough conditions. Learn more about how we combine advanced technology with robust design and user-friendliness at SPS/IPC/DRIVES in Nuremberg, 23-25 November.

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[24 June 2010] Emotron at the world exhibition in Shanghai

Emotron participates on the 1-2 July in a VIP event in the Swedish pavilion called SymbioCity Forum. The theme is sustainable urban development and environmental technology, and the target group is specially invited Chinese decision makers.

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[27 May 2010] Henrik Dalby is Emotron's new Northern Europe Sales Manager

His tasks will be to work with key customers within Emotron's strategic markets, such as OEM and brand label.

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[27 May 2010] Industrial Ethernet allows technical support from a distance

The long distance and the difficult terrain between the control station and pumping station offered a challenge. The solution was remote control of the variable speed drives over the Internet.

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[19 January 2010] Direct torque control for efficiency and accuracy

Full torque at zero speed and precise control of acceleration and deceleration together offer full control of power. And all this using the motor as a sensor.

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