Motor protection technology

CSE-UNISERVE will showcase recent advances in motor protection technology from GE Multilin on Stand 4225 during AIMEX 2007

CSE-UNISERVE will showcase recent advances in motor protection technology from GE Multilin on Stand 4225 during AIMEX 2007. The company’s ruggedised networks can be used to provide maintenance engineers with real diagnostic reports on motor history in locations remote to the motor. This enhanced functionality has recently become available in the widely used 369 motor protection relay and the newly released MM300 LV motor protection platform; providing unparalleled functionality for critical LV motors. CSE-Uniserve will also display a liquid resistance starter, which is constructed for Australian conditions and available in a wide range of configurations; and variable speed motor control, where it offers a comprehensive range of drive solutions.

Soft starters, high voltage motors and EnerVista Viewpoint Maintenance and motor health diagnostics software packages are also offered.

Stand 4225

CSE-Uniserve

Representatives: Nick Yates

cse-uniserve@cse-uniserve.com.au

www.cse-uniserve.com.au

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