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Day: October 11, 2010

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Yokogawa wins control system contract for biomass power plant in Singapore

Yokogawa Electric Corporation subsidiary, Yokogawa Engineering Asia Pte, has received an order from Marubeni Corporation to supply the control system for the boiler, turbine, and auxiliary facilities at the Tembusu Multi-Utilities Complex in Singapore, a cogeneration power plant that will rely on

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Online survey

Siegel+Gale, a global branding consultancy, is conducting a worldwide survey of the power distribution, power quality, and control and automation product sectors. It is requesting your help in participating in an online survey regarding your opinions of various manufacturers in these categories.

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Injection test sets that combine power with portability

Designed specifically to address the problem of achieving portability without sacrificing functionality or performance, Megger’s latest MS-2A primary injection test sets weigh just 15 kg, yet they incorporate a variable high-current source that is capable of delivering up to 240 A at

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New servo drive

The new Allen-Bradley Kinetix 3 component servo drive from Rockwell Automation provides machine builders the ability to better match the needs of manufacturers without the complexity of traditional servo solutions.  Offered in models as small as 50 watts, the drive provides the

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Concordia Technologies introduces Cat 7 & Cat 7a cable

Concordia Technologies, a leading supplier of electrical cables and cable accessories to UK and International customers, has announced the new addition to its comprehensive cable range – Cat 7 & Cat 7a Cable.  Why Cat 7 & Cat 7a Cable?This individually screened

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