Catching the Sun! Monday, July 24, 2023
The most basic, yet important, part of photovoltaic cell (PV) installation is getting the modules to convert the most solar energy possible. PV tracking systems are used to achieve this. They follow the sun’s position throughout the day, exposing the cell to maximum light. Seamless motion of the panels is absolutely necessary to prevent damages to the mechanical construction.
In today’s post on the Aim Dynamics blog, we’re looking at an application of TELE Haase voltage relays in facility management. Emergency lighting systems must be activated when the lights fail in public buildings, such as schools or hospitals, due to under-voltage. To achieve this, a voltage relay can monitor the 3 phases of the supply voltage in the switch cabinet.
Today we have a post from Vincent Ferreux of Alter&Coop, who used J&D Multi-GEM 18 meters from Aim Dynamics to create an energy management solution for the recycling industry. Alter&Coop is a French cooperative that develops energy efficiency and solar panel solutions.
This week our guest post is from René Ariyama Cantu, who worked with GST Autoleather on a project that involved monitoring AC current. Read more about René’s experience below.
Magnelab recently released a new line of UL-Listed split-core current transformers. The design of the new current transformers is exciting! How will they perform?
New Office Location Monday, July 24, 2023
We are proud to announce that due to our remarkable growth, we have moved into a new location. We will continue to offer the same friendly service at our new address.
TELE power monitoring systems offer significant advantages, particularly in situations in which monitoring tasks are usually carried out by sensors.
We are happy to announce that Aim Dynamics will begin carrying a new line of UL products made by Tele Haase. Tele Haase specializes making timing relays, monitoring relays, load monitors and other switching relays.
BACnet protocol is an important part of automated building control systems. So, if you are new to automated building systems or have never used this protocol before, it is important you comprehend it fully. In this way, you can get the crucial insight you need into this protocol and better understand how it benefits you and your business.
Named after their inventor, Walter Rogowski, the Rogowski style of coils was first developed in 1912. They function as a measurement tools that determine the current moving through a conductor that has been inserted within the flexible Rogowski loop. Rogowski coils allows the observer to accurately examine the changes in current over a given period. To utilize the output, you may need to “integrate” the raw voltage output. We’ll talk about what this means in a minute, but first we need to explain a little more about the coils themselves.