Frost & Sullivan, a growth partnership company, has recognised TMEIC
, the first company to incorporate a fan-less cooling technology in its PV inverters, with the 2015 Global Frost & Sullivan Company of the Year Award.
Dura-Bilt5i MV series of medium-voltage drives specified for the project were chosen for their simple operation in a robust and compact design, providing a cost-effective solution for a broad range of applications.
In February, TMEIC
launched its TM21-G family of induction motors, for which typical applications include driving pumps, compressors, fans, conveyors and mine hoists.
supplies the electric equipment and automation solutions required for the cranes.
Starting the motor with a variable frequency drive, like TMEIC
's TMdrive-MVe2, provides many advantages besides variable speed.
's new TMdrive-MVG medium voltage, variable frequency drive (VFD) for large motors features a lower cost, higher power level and smaller footprint than the original TMdrive-MVG.
Corporation in Roanoke, Va, the company formed by the mergerof the industrial systems departments of Toshiba Corporation and Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, has launched the new Solar Ware(R) Samurai 1.667 MW Inverter.
Based on its recent analysis of the solar inverter market, Frost & Sullivan recognizes TMEIC
with the 2015 Global Frost & Sullivan Company of the Year Award for revolutionizing photovoltaic (PV) utility-scale solar inverter solutions in terms of market reliability, efficiency and productivity.
recently announced an improved version of its rugged TMdrive-70 medium voltage, variable frequency drive (VFD), used to provide high torque and overload capability.
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has developed an improved version of its rugged TMdrive-70 medium voltage, variable frequency drive, used to provide high torque and overload capability to main drives on fans, pumps, compressors, grinding mills and mine hoists.
Approval has been granted by Cabinet for TMEIC
Corporation to deliver and commission the 8 ship-to-shore crane control systems.