ABB Australia is part of the ABB Group, a global leader in power and automation technologies.
ABB has announced the ABB 2010 Technology Roadshow, which presents the latest in discrete automation and low voltage technologies.
Visiting major cities in Australia, the event offers 18 highly-focused seminar topics presented by ABB’s specialists explaining how state-of-the-art technologies can easily be applied across industry sectors to improve operating productivity and performance while reducing costs.
The seminar entitled, ‘Advances in low voltage motors provide increased reliability and adaptability’ focuses on motor reliability and explains how customers can meet their application requirements and reduce energy efficiency costs using MEPS standard motors.
The session called ‘Meeting the international manufacturing challenge, consider the new paradigm – people, task process and robots’ will see ABB share ten key advantages of incorporating freestanding robots in a modern manufacturing solution, all presented from the perspective of an Australian-based manufacturing business owner.
ABB’s seminar titled, ‘Electrical protection in solar applications’ explains specific solar energy distribution and protection installation requirements.
The other solar application session covers ABB’s new PVS800 inverter technology that connects PV arrays to the grid and can be used in both industrial scale as well as medium-sized plants.
Seminar sessions also include:
- Measurement and communication with modern day circuit breakers
- Enhance safety in distribution boards
- Reliability, availability, maintainability and safety: (RAMS) of LV switchgear
- Open building control systems
- The first transformer-less 6.6 kV, VSI MV drive, technology of the future
- Save energy, enhance safety, boost process time
- Improve power quality with variable speed drives
- Maximise capital investments with a drives lifecycle management program
- Optimise MV/HV motor efficiencies and simplify certification to Ex standards
- Motor and machine lifecycle services
- Change for more: market expertise, industrial productivity, energy efficiency
Throughout the day guests will also have the opportunity to visit the exhibition, which will showcase ABB’s leading edge technologies including the new ACS2000 drive, UMC 100 protection relay, M3BP process performance motor, ACS350 IP66/IP67 drive, eCo PLC CPU and GAMMA load break switches.
5 August (Brisbane), 11 August (Sydney), 18 August (Melbourne), 24 August (Adelaide) and 6 September 2010 (Perth).
Participation for the seminars is free of charge. Additional event details and registration are available on ABB Australia’s website.