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Industry News October 22, 2022

Manufacturer investing in two plants to increase circuit breaker production

Schneider Electric is investing $46 million in its Lexington, Ky., and Lincoln, Neb., manufacturing plants to increase circuit breaker and related electrical product output.

By Schneider Electric
Sponsored November 6, 2017

Energy Efficiency of Machines: The Smart Choice of Motorization

This paper compares the technological capabilities and limitations of AC and synchronous motors, quantifying that a synchronous motor allows up to 20% energy savings while increasing performance.

By Schneider Electric
AI & Machine Learning January 11, 2017

Simulator for process utility applications

Schneider Electric's SimSci SimCentral for Process Utilities is a platform designed to manage how processes are engineered across their entire lifecycle and users can streamline process utility design, collaborate for process improvement and simplify modeling complexity.

By Schneider Electric
Sponsored November 3, 2016

2SIS technology in MV switchgear easily adapts to harsh environments while minimizing internal arc probability

This white paper explains how the availability of medium-voltage (MV) networks is critical to efficient smart grid deployment. The Shielded Solid Insulation System (2SIS) in Premset™ MV switchgear enables harsh environment resiliency and greatly reduces the probability of an internal arc.

By Schneider Electric
Asset Management August 24, 2016

Medium-voltage switchgear for power distribution management

Premset is shielded solid insulated medium-voltage switchgear for power distribution management.

By Schneider Electric
Mechanical & Electrical July 18, 2016

Retrofill circuit breaker for smaller spaces

The 26-inch Wide Retrofill circuit breaker provides a cost-effective solution to address switchgear applications with space restrictions.

By Schneider Electric
Automation, Controls July 7, 2016

Variable speed drive series for onshore oil production

Schneider Electric's Altivar Process 900 range of variable speed drives (VSDs) is available for 230 and 460V supply in stand-alone drive modules through 250HP.

By Schneider Electric
Environmental Health June 7, 2016

Foxboro smart pH10 sensor and transmitter

Foxboro smart pH10 sensor and transmitter combine a rugged polyvinylidene difluoride (PVDF) body with capabilities for customers who need high performance and long life with easy and fast calibrations.

By Schneider Electric
Safety Standards July 1, 2015

Active harmonic filtering

The AccuSine PCS+ and AccuSine PFV+ is used for active harmonic filtering and reactive power compensation.

By Schneider Electric
Automation, Controls April 20, 2015

Global automation conference for industry professionals

Schneider Electric's 2015 Global Automation Conference in Dallas, Tex. is designed to help automation professionals through workshops and collaborative sessions. The event, April 27 to May 1, will have workshops that will have specific focuses on a number of industries including chemical and pharmaceuticals, oil and gas, power, mining and metals, and hybrid process with a specific focus on the food and beverage and the water and wastewater industries.

By Schneider Electric
Motors & Drives December 21, 2012

Schneider Electric, Kaman Industrial Technology forge distribution deal

Schneider Electric will become KIT’s primary line of AC drives, sensors, low voltage controls and automation, encompassing more than 75 percent of its sales in these areas.

By Schneider Electric
Arc Flash & Electrical Safety March 2, 2012

White paper: Schneider Electric: Arc flash analysis: IEEE method versus the NFPA 70E tables

This paper discusses basic differences between the IEEE 1584 method and the NFPA 70E task tables.

By Schneider Electric
Energy Efficiency & Management February 8, 2012

Mary Ramsey to head Schneider Electric U.S. Industry Business

Ramsey will replace Senior Vice President Andy Gravitt, who announced his retirement effective Feb. 1, 2012.

By Schneider Electric
Motors & Drives September 4, 2011

Post-hurricane tips to repair, restart electrical equipment

In the aftermath of Hurricane Irene, Schneider Electric offers some electrical safety tips for those affected by the storm

By Schneider Electric