HMI: IGEL shows flexible draw-out module
At the Hannover trade fair, IGEL Electric presented several innovations for electronic drive solutions in the medium-voltage field. IGEL presented a further development of the well-known medium voltage switchgear system MV-CS, featuring an optimised design at stand K22 in Hall 14. In addition, the Dortmund-based system integrator for electronic drive technology will be taking the next logical step in separating power and control electronics. In this, IGEL is building on state-of-the-art LWL technology in terms of data transmission.
The new and innovative electronic control system also features an option for integrated sensor measurement, which allows you to record measuring and actual data, and to display these on a PC. This means that the complex installation of suitable measuring equipment in the MV-field can be eliminated completely, resulting in fast and quick IBS and troubleshooting/repair. The display of data on a PC not only makes it easier to eliminate problems, it also provides a foundation for predictive maintenance.
Since its founding, IGEL Electric has developed from being a specialist for soft starter technology to being a system integrator for electronic drive technology. IGEL provides the largest product range of soft starters worldwide, and, together with long-standing partners, develops innovative drive solutions for its customers. For example, the revolutionary medium voltage switchgear system MV-CS was introduced in 2010. In 2014, IGEL presented the soft starter ISA-SL3, the first time a combination of optical and inductive technologies designed for the galvanic separation of the power unit was introduced. A year later, the company launched the IGBT-based medium voltage soft starter ISA-TS.
IGEL provides drive solutions worldwide, developed in a single centre, with quality Made in Germany and provides short service paths thanks to a steadily growing network of partners. IGEL products are installed in Europe, in the Middle and Far East as well as in America and Africa.