In this compact webcast, Marcel Didden from Laborelec shares a wealth of information and experience. If you're considering investment in a mitigation solution, this may be one of your best 15 minutes ever spent.Installing a UPS is in theory the easiest way to protect sensitive equipment to voltage dips. However, due to their considerable purchase and maintenance costs, UPS's are only installed on a structural basis with installations where the costs resulting from power supply problems are very high such as in hospitals or financial institutions.
Triggered by problems in industrial processes containing variable speed drives, solutions to protect equipment only against voltage dips are now commercially available. This webcast analyses the technical and economic considerations of different options to protect specifically against voltage dips, such as: Dynamic Voltage Restorer (DVR), Flywheel, Statcom and Active Front End.Log in to post comments