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There are less than 10 days left until the SPS Fair in Nuremberg where we'll be showcasing new, innovative solutions for our partners and customers in the drives business. We asked Product Manager and Technical Sales Lead, Christian Born, what he was most looking forward to sharing with customers.

CaptureWithout a doubt he says he is most excited to show off the new ADF P200. Aside from the P200's unique capability to solve resonances, Born shares that "customers that already know about the P200 concept will be amazed because we’ve improved the size and made it possible to integrate with the ADF P300 ." This makes the solution more dynamic and flexible, especially when it comes to commissioning.

The ADF P200 is commonly used in combination with an ADF P300, but this new and improved solution gives customers the possibility to combine both solutions in a single cabinet. The result is a much smaller active filter that reduces hassle by improving the ease of installation and lead time.

Visit us at Hall 1, stand 338 to see the new P200 live in-person. 

Or contact us now to make a direct inquiry.

Innovation is in our DNA.

At the 2016 SPS IPC Drives Fair, we’ll showcase new advances in our technology that are guaranteed to maximize your operational performance. From the new system integration capabilities enabled by our sophisticated components, to the lightning fast ADF P200 built to handle resonances better than any other compensation solution, and our Sensorless Control™ technology that eliminates the need for CTs altogether, we’re sure we have a solution for you.

For all this and more (including a live demo!), stop by Hall 1, Stand 338.

22 – 24 November 2016 in Nuremberg, Germany.

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Photo: SPS Fair 2015

Don't miss out on our latest case. Follow the link to find out how we supported the Ellevio wind farm with a powerhouse solution for their heavy and dynamic load in Kville, Sweden.

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Following Brazil, Australia is the sixth largest country in the world*. Projects here pose a unique challenge as they are often in rural areas where electricity travels long distances—not to mention the extreme heat and humidity typical of the region. These factors, among others, mean operations rely on a weak grid—not the ideal way to be productive. As a result, the need for power quality solutions in Australia continues to expand.

Australia’s largest mining project** is a bauxite mine project taking place in far North Queensland.  Thanks to the efforts of our partner (a major global drives manufacturer), the mine’s EPC (one of the world’s largest equipment procurement companies), has selected ADF Power Tuning to mitigate harmonics generated by the on-site drives.

The players:
  • One of the world’s largest mining operators 
  • One of the biggest EPCs globally 
  • Major global drives manufacturer

Planned to finalize in late Q1 2017, we’ll keep you posted with further developments in the future.

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*According to square kilometers

**At the moment

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