• Decreased downtime

    Transient surges are a change in fundamental frequency that occur thousands of times a day when using a VFD (variable frequency drive). Standard surge protection devices are voltage triggered only and do not account for these transient surges that can lead to confusion in electrical systems. Examples include false zero crossing, false triggering of diodes and timing issues.

  • Case study: In perfect harmony

    When transformers on a prestigious diamond mining vessel started experiencing the classic symptoms of harmonic noise related problems, CP Automation was on-hand to help.

  • CP Electronics receives BSI awards

    BSI, the national standards authority, has given CP Electronics two awards to recognise the company's commitment to quality.

  • CP Electronics helps Aurora achieve sustainability standard

    With support from CP Electronics, Aurora has become the first building outside London to achieve an outstanding rating from BREEAM.

  • Improving surge protection

    Millions of surge protection units in the field are not providing adequate protection for today’s microprocessor-based equipment. As John Mitchell, global business development manager at CP Automation explains, surge protection devices (SPDs) must be brought up to speed.

  • CP Automation helps heritage railway go wireless

    CP Automation has donated a Magnetek wireless radio control system to Severn Valley Railway, after the heritage railway’s existing control system needed replacing.