Control Techniques at SPS/IPC Exhibition, 22nd-24th November 2011, Stand 310, Hall 1

Press Release

At SPS/ IPC Nuremberg, Emerson Industrial Automation will be exhibiting Control Techniques’ top of the range drive products and solutions for industry alongside Leroy-Somer, a world leader in the manufacture of industrial motors and alternators.

Emerson companies believe in working closely together to find complete solutions for industry.  To demonstrate this philosophy, Control Techniques and Leroy-Somer will be showcasing various joint projects at their stand, such as the new DC Source test rig (DC Quelle) for the automotive industry.

The DC Quelle is a complete solution for testing all types of hybrid and electric vehicles.  This advanced test rig both simulates the characteristics of the batteries and saves energy too, by using a common DC bus to re-circulate energy generated during test braking.

Another high-profile exhibit is the ‘mia’ electric car, which incorporates a Leroy-Somer motor.  The mia, which went into production in summer, has a high efficiency 10kW asynchronous squirrel-cage, air-cooled AC motor as its means of propulsion. 

Available in three configurations, the mia is revolutionary, equipped for urban mobility and developed to fulfil everyday needs.

Other exhibits will include a fascinating ‘all-action’ System Plast conveyor model which uses an advanced multidirectional roller top - yet another example of cooperation between Emerson companies.  This modular belt system was developed in a joint effort between System Plast and Control Techniques.  The multidirectional roller top incorporates roller balls that are driven by motor/ inverter drives, allowing products to be rotated or moved in any direction to facilitate transfer or new orientation of products, speeding up or slowing down to open or close gaps.  

For more information about the SPS\ IPC Nuremberg exhibition, please visit http://www.mesago.de/en/SPS/home.htm

-ENDS-

 

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