Motor Control Center
A motor control center (MCC) is an assembly of one or more enclosed sections having a common power bus and principally containing motor control units. Motor control centers are in modern practice a factory assembly of several motor starters. A motor control center can include variable frequency drives, programmable controllers, and metering and may also be the electrical service entrance for the building.
Power Control Center
Power Control Centre is a main power control panel which consists of feeder breakers and supply breakers, monitoring devices, control devices etc.
Automatic Power Factor Control
In electrical engineering, the power factor of an AC electrical power system is defined as the ratio of the real power flowing to the load, to the apparent power in the circuit,and is a dimensionless number in the closed interval of -1 to 1. Real power is the capacity of the circuit for performing work in a particular time.
Test RIGS are special purpose customised testing panels made for testing cabinets, engines, motors and many more things.
Power-system automation is the act of automatically controlling the power system via instrumentation and control devices. Substation automation refers to using data from Intelligent electronic devices (IED), control and automation capabilities within the substation, and control commands from remote users to control power-system devices.
Automatic Rescue Device
The Automatic Rescue Device is the safest automatic elevator evacuation device designed for VF Elevators. The ARD relates to a new concept and design and operates the elevator controller at rated voltage to perform the evacuation operation.
Distribution Panels have the main incomer inside them and rest of the machinaries and panels are feeded through its output.
An annunciator panel is a system to alert operators of alarm conditions in the plant. Multiple back-lit windows are provided, each engraved with the name of a process alarm. Lamps in each window are controlled by hard-wired switches in the plant, arranged to operate when a process condition enters an abnormal state (such as high temperature, low pressure, loss of cooling water flow, or many others).
A motor starter is a device used with AC electrical motors to temporarily reduce the load and torque in the power train and electrical current surge of the motor during start-up. This reduces the mechanical stress on the motor and shaft, as well as the electrodynamic stresses on the attached power cables and electrical distribution network, extending the lifespan of the system.