<![CDATA[Site]]> https://www.colterlec.com.au/news/ Mon, 20 Aug 2018 03:18:28 GMT Mon, 20 Aug 2018 03:18:28 GMT LemonStand <![CDATA[Moxa Connection August 2018]]> https://www.colterlec.com.au/news/postmoxa-connection-august-2018 https://www.colterlec.com.au/news/postmoxa-connection-august-2018 Wed, 15 Aug 2018 00:00:00 GMT Feature Article

Simplifying Collaboration between Machines and Operators

Even though most factories would like to be fully automated, the initial financial investment often means it is not feasible. Instead, most factories adopt semi-automation, whereby humans make the decisions and the repetitive, high-risk work is performed by machines. This working model improves efficiency and reduces risks. Read on to discover how Moxa’s solution helped a factory take their first step towards automation.

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Key Considerations for Designing Industrial Io T Networks

In the era of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), industries now have more opportunities to become more productive, more efficient, and more dynamic. However, many applications still have to overcome several networking challenges before they can really reap the benefits of the IIoT. A successful IIoT strategy is driven by a number of key factors related to connectivity. We take an in-depth look at three of these key points. 

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Applications and Success Stories 

Arm Linux IIoT Gateway Applications for Renewable Energy

Enabling mass Customization in an Interconnected Factory 

 

Resource List

Brochure - Our Oil and Gas Brochure with Success Stories

White Paper - Anticorrosion Equipment for Harsh Environments 

White Paper - Why Your IoT Application Needs Fog Computing

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<![CDATA[Crompton Instruments - Avnet and TE Connectivity: Helping startups get their ideas to market]]> https://www.colterlec.com.au/news/postavnet-and-te-connectivity-helping-startups-get-their-ideas-to-market https://www.colterlec.com.au/news/postavnet-and-te-connectivity-helping-startups-get-their-ideas-to-market Thu, 09 Aug 2018 00:00:00 GMT Time is critical in the increasingly competitive IoT space. This is why London-based IoT-innovator Hanhaa turned to Avnet to get its smart parcel-tracking solution to market quickly.

ParceLive is a live parcel-tracking service that allows users to determine the exact location and condition of their parcel in real time anywhere in the world. During the design process, Hanhaa encountered a number of issues, particularly with the prototype solution’s chip antenna, which would not allow operation with the granularity required to reach full market potential. Having worked with Hanhaa from very early in the design process, Avnet quickly understood that Hanhaa’s complex RF requirements needed the attention of a specialist and put the company in touch with world-leading connectivity and passive component vendor TE Connectivity. Engineers from TE worked with Hanhaa and upgraded the chip antenna to an embedded antenna, resulting in a solution that could deliver tracking performance that had been previously unattainable. The ParceLive solution now integrates passive antenna arrays that can enable GPS readings even from inside a building.

Due to its close collaboration with Avnet, Hanhaa was able to take ParceLive from concept to prototyping and design enhancement, through to volume production and commercial launch in fewer than 1000 days, which is a very fast path to market for a start-up or small business.

“Start-ups can speed IoT product development through collaboration with innovative distributors such as Avnet,” said Nigel Ward, president of Avnet Abacus. “We can strongly leverage the advantages of the Avnet connected ecosystem, which provides the necessary infrastructure and resources required by small businesses to get to market quickly. We can also take a holistic approach to the design and production cycle providing technical insight and advice, in conjunction with our leading vendors, to help start-ups connect up the dots significantly faster to create their best possible product.”

Read more here: https://www.avnet.com/wps/portal/abacus/products/manufacturers/te-connectivity/helping-startups-get-their-ideas-to-market

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<![CDATA[Danfoss helps you make the most of the EcoDesign opportunity]]> https://www.colterlec.com.au/news/postdanfoss-helps-you-make-the-most-of-the-ecodesign-opportunity https://www.colterlec.com.au/news/postdanfoss-helps-you-make-the-most-of-the-ecodesign-opportunity Thu, 09 Aug 2018 00:00:00 GMT lthough it is up to the manufacturers to meet these requirements to get the CE marking if they want to sell their products in the EU, the overall refrigeration industry operators will be impacted.

For refrigeration manufacturers, EcoDesign is a chance to stay compliant, future-proof products and get a competitive edge over competitors in the EU – and outside of it. For refrigeration equipment owners, wholesalers and system installers, the legislation marks a turning point towards more sustainable, energy efficient and cost-effective equipment.

The EU EcoDesign directive, also referred as Energy-related Products (ErP) directive, ENTR Lot 1 2015/1095 and 2015/1094 for Professional Refrigeration will enter in its second tier in July 1st, 2018. Affected applications are condensing units, professional refrigerated storage cabinets, blast cabinets, and process chillers.

The directive sets out minimum mandatory requirements for the energy efficiency of products with the aim to improve the overall performance of products and thereby protect the environment by reducing indirect CO2 emissions.

 Follow the link for the full details: http://www.danfoss.com.au/newsstories/cf/danfoss-helps-you-make-the-most-of-the-ecodesign-opportunity/?ref=17179928259#/

https://www.colterlec.com.au/content/micromax/assets/img/Blogs/Crompton_Integra_1222.pdf

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<![CDATA[Marechal - How to Install The Rettbox]]> https://www.colterlec.com.au/news/postmarechal-how-to-install-the-rettbox https://www.colterlec.com.au/news/postmarechal-how-to-install-the-rettbox Thu, 09 Aug 2018 00:00:00 GMT For all types of emergency response vehicles, the RETTBOX® is an electrical and pneumatic power supply box with automatic ejection of the socket when starting the engine. This tutorial is a step by step guide which shows the installation procedure of the unit.

For full information, visit: 

http://marechal.com/en/p-installation-rettbox.html

 

 

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<![CDATA[MOXA - Turn Your IIoT Plans Into Reality]]> https://www.colterlec.com.au/news/postmoxa-turn-your-iiot-plans-into-reality https://www.colterlec.com.au/news/postmoxa-turn-your-iiot-plans-into-reality Thu, 09 Aug 2018 00:00:00 GMT We are in the midst of the fourth industrial revolution, known as the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). The IIoT has gained momentum due to its promise of increased efficiencies and better access to the information needed to make critical business decisions.

Companies that embraced the movement have transitioned their businesses and technologies from centralized servers and PCs to distributed cloud-based server systems, which bring advanced analytics and business intelligence to where it’s needed most.

However, for those who have yet to make the transition, there are likely many questions around how to take the IIoT from a theoretical concept to something more practical. To help with this, we’ve broken down the IIoT into three main pillars to illustrate how data can be collected from your edge devices and transferred to cloud-based platforms so it can be made actionable.

 

For more information, visit: http://pages.moxa.com/Moxa-Industrial-Internet-Of-Things.html?utm_source=post&utm_medium=facebook&utm_campaign=gbl-18-iiot&utm_content=1529348133

 

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<![CDATA[nVent Erico - A Beginner’s Guide to Lightning Risks and Protection Methods]]> https://www.colterlec.com.au/news/postnvent-erico-a-beginners-guide-to-lightning-risks-and-protection-methods https://www.colterlec.com.au/news/postnvent-erico-a-beginners-guide-to-lightning-risks-and-protection-methods Thu, 09 Aug 2018 00:00:00 GMT Scientists and scholars alike have had a longstanding fascination with lightning. Of course, the most famous student of this natural phenomenon, Benjamin Franklin, was also one of the first to study and document the dangers and effects of lightning. His research dates back to the 1700s.

Technology and knowledge have evolved since Franklin’s time, when the only method of protection was a simple lightning rod. Today, electrical engineers know the need for full facility lightning protection to defend everything from the structure, to personnel, to valuable electronic equipment, from strikes.

Need a refresher? Read below to learn the basics of lightning risks, as well as common lightning protection methods to lessen damages.

3 Types of Lightning Risks

Before implementing a lightning protection system, it’s important to understand the risks associated with lightning. Three types of lightning risks that can cause injury or facility downtime.

  1. Step potential: An indirect lightning strike that is potentially lethal. Step potential refers to the ground current that occurs when the lightning strike dissipates into the earth, which can be transmitted into a person in the area of the strike.
  2. Touch potential: A direct lightning strike that is captured and carried by a metallic object, which a person comes into contact with directly. Commonly occurs in fences and support towers.
  3. Side flashing: During a lightning flash, the rapid rate of current rise can cause down conductors or natural objects to flashover to a nearby person or object.

While no system can completely ward off the lightning risks above, proper protection systems can help safeguard your facility, personnel and electronic devices.

Basic Lightning Protection Systems 

In general, a lightning protection system must perform the following in order to be considered effective: 

  • Intercept lightning flashes
  • Conduct the lightning current to the earth
  • Dissipate the current to the earth
  • Create an equipotential bond to prevent potential differences between the system, structure and internal circuits

Furthermore, a lightning protection system is categorized into two parts. The first is the external lightning protection system, which intercepts, conducts and dissipates the lightning flash to the earth. Second, the internal system that prevents flash over within the structure using equipotential bonding. 

Also note that while lightning protection systems are generally implemented via a network of bonded air terminals and down conductors, alternative systems that capture the strike and conduct the discharge through an insulated conductor to the ground are available, such as the ERICO SYSTEM 3000.

Want more on lightning protection? Download our latest whitepaper, “Interception Efficiency of CVM-Based Lightning Protection Methods” to learn how new lightning protection systems are a viable alternative to conventional methods.

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<![CDATA[Phoenix Contact - Free simulation of wireless networks]]> https://www.colterlec.com.au/news/postphoenix-contact-free-simulation-of-wireless-networks https://www.colterlec.com.au/news/postphoenix-contact-free-simulation-of-wireless-networks Thu, 09 Aug 2018 00:00:00 GMT Infrastructure systems for power distribution or for water supply and disposal often include remote stations that are distributed over a large area. The sensor values change relatively slowly and sometimes have to be transmitted over several kilometers to a control center. To avoid the effort and expense of cable installation, wireless systems specifically designed for extensive systems present a viable alternative.
 
A simulation is used to determine whether a wireless connection will work, will not work or needs to be tested. The prognoses are so precise that a radio test is often unnecessary. The simulation takes into account altitude data, radio performance and surface properties.

The coordinates of all stations in the network are required. The documentation includes recommendations for locations, antennas, and mast heights. This service is available internationally and a fee applies for networks with more than ten stations.

To find out more, visit: https://www.phoenixcontact.com/online/portal/au?1dmy&urile=wcm%3apath%3a/auen/web/main/products/subcategory_pages/wireless_io_p-08-11-03/7015d97b-fd6d-4e2f-8cf9-cf8f62be5e63/7015d97b-fd6d-4e2f-8cf9-cf8f62be5e63

 

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<![CDATA[Fluke - How to test a motor with the Fluke 1587 FC]]> https://www.colterlec.com.au/news/postfluke-how-to-test-a-motor-with-the-fluke-1587-fc https://www.colterlec.com.au/news/postfluke-how-to-test-a-motor-with-the-fluke-1587-fc Thu, 09 Aug 2018 00:00:00 GMT Add diagnostics with Fluke Connect

The Fluke 1587 FC is Fluke Connect-enabled so you can download the free Fluke Connect® Measurements app to your smartphone and gain additional functions, including:

  • Safety first. Keep yourself out of harm’s way by monitoring your test measurements remotely.
  • Prove your job is done right by quickly seeing and sharing measurement results wirelessly with your smartphone.
  • Quickly find problems by saving and comparing measurements over time on a wireless device.
  • PI/DAR timed ratio tests with TrendIt™ graphs to identify moisture and contaminated insulation problems faster
  • Memory storage through Fluke Connect that saves measurements to your phone or the cloud and eliminates the need to write down results. Reduces errors and saves data for historical tracking over time
  • Temperature compensation to establish accurate baselines and relevant historical comparisons
  • Historical tracking and trending of assets to identify insulation degradation over time and allow real-time decisions to be made in the field with Fluke Connect® Assets (sold separately)
  • Provides memory storage through Fluke Connect Measurements to eliminate the need to write down results
  • Includes live circuit detection to prevent insulation test if voltage >30 V is detected
  • Provides automated temperature compensation to establish accurate baselines
  • Supports historical tracking and asset trending of assets to identify degradation over time with Fluke Connect® Assets (sold separately)
  • Incorporates VFD low-pass filter for accurate variable frequency motor drive measurements
  • Includes auto-discharge of capacitive voltage for added user protection
  • Measures ac/dc voltage, dc millivolts, ac/dc milliamps, resistance, and continuity
  • Includes capacitance, diode test, temperature, min/max, frequency measurements and insulation test smoothing reading
  • Automatically powers off to save battery power
  • Comes with remote probe, test leads, alligator clips, K-type thermocouple, hard case, and three-year warranty.

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<![CDATA[Fluke & Colterlec Troubleshooting Workshop]]> https://www.colterlec.com.au/news/postfluke-and-colterlec-pqmd-troubleshooting-workshop https://www.colterlec.com.au/news/postfluke-and-colterlec-pqmd-troubleshooting-workshop Thu, 19 Jul 2018 00:00:00 GMT Colterlec and Fluke are coming together to bring you their not-to-be-missed Power Quality and Motors and Drives troubleshooting workshops.

Join us at Colterlec's Newcastle office on Thursday 16th August to learn everything you need to know about PQ and MD troubleshooting from Fluke expert John Piperides, with hands-on demos with Colterlec's Fluke-trained staff. 

There are Fluke prize-packs for the first 10 registrants for half- and full-days, and lunch is provided for all full-day attendees! 

Click here to find out more and to register!

 

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<![CDATA[Robert Jackson speaks at #MSInspire]]> https://www.colterlec.com.au/news/postrobert-jackson-speaks-at-msinspire https://www.colterlec.com.au/news/postrobert-jackson-speaks-at-msinspire Wed, 18 Jul 2018 00:00:00 GMT Our very own Robert Jackson, speaking at #MSInspire about Moxa and Azure partnering to bring edge device management and analytics to the #Azure IoT cloud. http://bit.ly/2Jwc5aV #MoxaConnects #MSPartner #IoTinActionMS

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<![CDATA[FLUKE AUSTRALIA turns 70 this year!]]> https://www.colterlec.com.au/news/postfluke-australia-turns-70-this-year https://www.colterlec.com.au/news/postfluke-australia-turns-70-this-year Tue, 17 Jul 2018 00:00:00 GMT Did you know we are celebrating 70 Years this October? ????
Over the next few months, to celebrate this platinum milestone we are honoring our users. Watch this space for user stories, milestone events, limited edition giveaways and more! #70YearsofFluke
 

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<![CDATA[TE Connectivity releases 2017 global corporate responsibility report REPORT DETAILS HOW TE'S OPERATIONS AND PRODUCTS WORK TO CREATE A SAFER, SUSTAINABLE, PRODUCTIVE AND CONNECTED FUTURE]]> https://www.colterlec.com.au/news/postte-connectivity-releases-2017-global-corporate-responsibility-report-report-details-how-tes-operations-and-products-work-to-create-a-safer-sustainable-productive-and-connected-future https://www.colterlec.com.au/news/postte-connectivity-releases-2017-global-corporate-responsibility-report-report-details-how-tes-operations-and-products-work-to-create-a-safer-sustainable-productive-and-connected-future Mon, 16 Jul 2018 00:00:00 GMT

SCHAFFHAUSEN, SwitzerlandJuly 13, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- TE Connectivity Ltd. (NYSE: TEL), a world leader in connectivity and sensor solutions, released its eighth annual corporate responsibility report today, illustrating how the company strives to produce the best possible solutions while operating with the highest ethics and principles. This report also demonstrates how TE's actions and accomplishments align with the company's purpose of creating a safer, sustainable, productive and connected future.

 

"Sustainability is a priority for TE," said Terrence Curtin, CEO of TE Connectivity. "We view acting responsibly and sustainably as essential to our goal of being a premier partner to our customers, providing superior returns to our shareholders and engaging our employees. We are excited to share our eighth annual corporate responsibility report, and look forward to continuously demonstrating that companies like TE can be both financially successful and have a positive impact in the world."

 

This year's corporate responsibility report illustrates how TE's products, people and operations embody the company's purpose:

  • Engineering a Safer Tomorrow: TE's products continue to make life safer through thousands of applications – from minimally invasive medical devices to autonomous vehicles and highly connected airplanes. TE also works to ensure the safety of company employees. This year, 73 percent of TE facilities completed the year with one recordable injury/illness or less, and TE has seen a 63 percent reduction in recordable injuries/illnesses since 2010. TE also assessed internal privacy compliance processes to ensure employees' and customers' data is stored safely and in line with privacy regulations around the world.
  • Supporting Sustainable Innovation: TE strives to act sustainably in our operations while also helping our customers limit their impact on the environment. For example, TE has worked to help develop emission-less diesel engines and support clean energy solutions for thousands of households. In our own operations, TE has reduced overall energy use intensity by 22 percent and reduced greenhouse gas emissions by 31 percent since 2010. This year, TE also implemented a new Product Compliance Dashboard, helping TE to stay compliant with product regulations around the world.
  • Solutions for a Productive Future: TE continues to help customers increase their productivity, while also manufacturing our products in a more efficient manner. TE's Internet of Things (IoT) technologies make our factories smarter and more efficient, and also help our customers to harness the power of data everywhere. The application of TE's products, from 3D printers to drone technology, helps increase the productivity of industries and consumers around the world.
  • Creating Connections that Count: This year, TE worked to keep our customers digitally connected, while building connections for our employees and communities. TE employees participated in more than 200,000 hours of career and compliance training, helping them achieve their potential at TE. Outside the walls of TE, our employees volunteered 26,000 hours toward the charitable causes that are most important to them, and TE and the TE Connectivity Foundation donated $4.75 million to charitable causes around the world.

Read the report and more about TE's Global Corporate Responsibility program at http://www.te.com/responsibility.

ABOUT TE CONNECTIVITY 
TE Connectivity Ltd. is a $13 billion global technology and manufacturing leader creating a safer, sustainable, productive, and connected future. For more than 75 years, our connectivity and sensor solutions, proven in the harshest environments, have enabled advancements in transportation, industrial applications, medical technology, energy, data communications, and the home. With 78,000 employees, including more than 7,000 engineers, working alongside customers in nearly 150 countries, TE ensures that EVERY CONNECTION COUNTS. Learn more at www.te.com and on LinkedInFacebookWeChat and Twitter.

 

 

SOURCE TE Connectivity Ltd.

For further information: B.J. Talley, TE Connectivity, 610-893-9553, bj.talley@te.com

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<![CDATA[We are back! To share hands-on expertise during Refrigerant Week 2018]]> https://www.colterlec.com.au/news/post-we-are-back-to-share-hands-on-expertise-during-refrigerant-week-2018 https://www.colterlec.com.au/news/post-we-are-back-to-share-hands-on-expertise-during-refrigerant-week-2018 Sun, 15 Jul 2018 00:00:00 GMT As the price of high Global Warming Potential (GWP) refrigerants increases and regulations become tougher, Danfoss is continuing its Refrigerant Week initiative to help industry professionals and decision-makers make the transition to lower-GWP refrigerants. Refrigerant Week, an official affiliate of Climate Week NYC, will take place from September 24th to 28th and feature webinars, tools, resources, and local events aimed at promoting and enabling lower-GWP solutions.

A global partnership with industry professionals and policy makers

The Montreal Protocol and Kigali Amendment require the progressive phase-down of high-GWP refrigerants used in HVACR (Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration). Refrigerants are a key concern, impacting resources and the bottom line in the long term.

Refrigeration and air conditioning professionals need the right information, tools, and technology to comply with these new regulations and aid them in the refrigerant transition. They also need guidance when it comes to specifying, installing, servicing, and using available solutions. All of this and more will be covered during Refrigerant Week 2018.

“Even though countries have different timeframes, switching to more climate-friendly refrigerants is a global concern,” says Jürgen Fischer, President of Danfoss Cooling. He continued, “The HVACR sector can make important contributions even now with energy efficient and low-GWP equipment, and it’s here that Danfoss can make a significant impact. We believe that by providing industry expertise, product qualifications, in-depth training, and testing facilities to our customers and business partners, we can all keep moving in the same direction. Refrigerant Week is a big part of that.”

 

Refrigerant Week: A milestone moment for refrigerants

Refrigerant Week brings the use of alternative refrigerants and energy efficiency into focus as solutions that enable a sustainable cooling future. Through live webinars, local events hosted by business partners, downloadable and digital tools, and an online library of easy to access information, Danfoss aims to highlight the global and local impact of refrigerant regulations and agreements.

Last year, hundreds of companies from 50 countries participated in Refrigerant Week. According to a post-event survey, more than 80% of participants found the event helpful in their daily job. Danfoss is looking forward to engaging with even more companies, countries, and individuals around the world during Refrigerant Week 2018.

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<![CDATA[THE FRENCH CYCLING COMPETITION ON YOUR SCREENS WITH MARECHAL ELECTRIC]]> https://www.colterlec.com.au/news/postthe-french-cycling-competition-on-your-screens-with-marechal-electric https://www.colterlec.com.au/news/postthe-french-cycling-competition-on-your-screens-with-marechal-electric Sat, 14 Jul 2018 00:00:00 GMT Did you know? France TV Sport trucks that follow the cycling race are wired with MARECHAL ELECTRIC! Our plugs insure the good operation of the audiovisual devices for the French channels.

The antennas insure the continual broadcasting during several hours: what better than MARECHAL® connectors to insure the live show?

 

INSTALLATION

The installations furthest from the finish line are plugged first, safely. With all these installations (sound, lighting…), there is a lot of cables on the ground: safety remains insured through our products quality. Cameras, trucks, antennas… All of those remain plugged all day long!

 

Every night, electricians and technicians disassemble the installation before going back on the road, towards the next stage!

Sturdy, our MARECHAL® connectors from the DECONTACTOR™ DS range are shock resistant (IK08), made for numerous daily matings that won’t damage their performance.

Good sporting event to all!

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<![CDATA[InVent Tradeshow in Philadaelphia]]> https://www.colterlec.com.au/news/postinvent-tradeshow-in-philadaelphia https://www.colterlec.com.au/news/postinvent-tradeshow-in-philadaelphia Fri, 13 Jul 2018 00:00:00 GMT InVent will be at the NECA 2018 Tradeshow in Philadelphia. See us at stand 847 from the 29th September to 2nd October. Products here will be:

nVent CADDY Electrical Fixing, Fastening and Support Products
nVent ERICO Cadweld Exothermic Connections
nVent ERICO Grounding Products
nVent ERICO Lightning Protection Products
nVent ERICO Surge Protection Devices

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<![CDATA[Phoenix Contact Australia Extend Warranty Option]]> https://www.colterlec.com.au/news/postphoenix-contact-australia-extend-warranty-option https://www.colterlec.com.au/news/postphoenix-contact-australia-extend-warranty-option Thu, 12 Jul 2018 00:00:00 GMT A first in the market: The Power Supplies 5-Year Extended Warranty Option.  Install a PLUGTRAB SEC surge protection with your power supply and extend the warranty to 5 years!

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<![CDATA[Eaton announces new distribution partnership with Colterlec]]> https://www.colterlec.com.au/news/posteaton-announces-new-distribution-partnership-with-colterlec https://www.colterlec.com.au/news/posteaton-announces-new-distribution-partnership-with-colterlec Mon, 02 Jul 2018 00:00:00 GMT Expanding national network for electrical distribution and motor control products

 

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA. Power management company, Eaton today announced a long-term distribution partnership with leading industrial electrical distributor Colterlec that will increase national availability of its electrical distribution and motor control component range.  

 

Dan Agnew, General Manager Power Distribution ANZ at Eaton said the new partnership represents a strong commitment from both organisations to support the industrial sector with leading electrical products that provide the best in safety, reliability and efficiency.   

 

“This partnership will allow Eaton to expand nationally through Colterlec’s locations and warehouses across Australia, while leveraging its strong relationships and technical capabilities across many industries including manufacturing and mining.”  

 

Grant Turner, Managing Director at Colterlec said the new partnership will strengthen its market position throughout Australia and provide new growth opportunities.

 

“Eaton’s product offering is world class and we look forward to working closely with the local team to deliver ongoing value to our customers, particularly electrical panel builders that require low voltage switchgear for upgrades and new builds.”

 

Colterlec has operations and warehouse facilities in Sydney, Newcastle, Wollongong, Canberra, Perth, Adelaide and Melbourne.

 

About Eaton

Eaton is a power management company with 2017 sales of $20.4 billion. We provide energy-efficient solutions that help our customers effectively manage electrical, hydraulic and mechanical power more efficiently, safely and sustainably. Eaton is dedicated to improving the quality of life and the environment through the use of power management technologies and services. Eaton has approximately 96,000 employees and sells products to customers in more than 175 countries. For more information, visit Eaton.com.

 

About Colterlec

Colterlec is one of Australia’s leading distributors of industrial electrical equipment for major industries including wholesalers, mining, manufacturing, water treatment, infrastructure, oil and gas and food and beverage. Since 1996 Colterlec has expanded across the country and now has operations/warehouse facilities Australia-wide.

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<![CDATA[Moxa Connection June 2018 2nd edition]]> https://www.colterlec.com.au/news/postmoxa-connection-june-2018-2nd-edition https://www.colterlec.com.au/news/postmoxa-connection-june-2018-2nd-edition Fri, 29 Jun 2018 00:00:00 GMT Latest Developments

Reliable IIoT Gateways for Today and Tomorrow

Designed for harsh environments, our UC Series IIoT Gateways are wireless-ready Arm-based computing platforms that include a high-performance Linux distribution, Moxa Industrial Linux (MIL).

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Extensive Portfolio of PoE Switches Offers Wide Range of Solutions

Moxa's extensive portfolio of PoE switches, with up to 48-port Gigabit ports and up to 60 W output per port, delivers high-speed data transmission while powering high-power devices over long distances.

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Edge Computing Solutions for Factory Automation

Learn how to enable protocol conversion, data processing, and remote monitoring with our wireless-ready RISC edge computers to get the most out of your factory automation application.

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The Definitive Guide To Building IEC 61850 Substations

Our 2018 Substation Guidebook helps you overcome the challenges of retrofitting existing substations or building new substations in line with the IEC 61850 standard. We also present several success stories.

Learn More

 

Resource List

White Paper - Rethinking Connectivity: Considerations for Designing industrial IoT Networks

Brochure - See Our Comprehensive 2018 Marine Solutions Guide

Application - Our Redundancy Technologies Ensure Networks Have High Availability

 

New products 

DA-720 Expansion Modules - Come with PRP/HSR, serial and Giga LAN ports, as well as SATA kit

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<![CDATA[Moxa Connection June 2018]]> https://www.colterlec.com.au/news/postmoxa-connection-june-2018 https://www.colterlec.com.au/news/postmoxa-connection-june-2018 Wed, 13 Jun 2018 00:00:00 GMT Feature Article

Build Your Smart city with Future-Proof IIoT Gateways 

Smart cities are transforming lives in urban communities around the world. Built on a foundation of smart technologies and innovative ideas, Smart City projects require industry-proven computing solutions to turn ideas into reality. We present two success cases that use Moxa’s Arm-Linux IIoT Gateways to enable protocol conversion, data processing, and remote monitoring in smart cities.

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Reliable networks for Containers Crane OCR Systems

Cargo port operators around the world are looking for ways to increase productivity and enhance safety for their vessel operations. An important part of automating the cargo container handling process is the optical character recognition (OCR) system. We discuss how integrating reliable networks for OCR systems is helping cargo port operators automate their container crane applications. 

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Applications and Success Stories 

A Modern Drilling Chair to Lower TCO

Power Substation Application Guidebook

 

More Resources

Brochure - Edge-to-Cloud Solutions for OT and IT Integration

White Paper - Enhance Big Data Integrity for IIoT SCADA

White Paper - 10 Frequently Asked Questions when Choosing a IIoT Gatway

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<![CDATA[Better Than Ever | Crompton Instruments]]> https://www.colterlec.com.au/news/postbetter-than-ever https://www.colterlec.com.au/news/postbetter-than-ever Mon, 12 Feb 2018 00:00:00 GMT Crompton Instruments has made further improvements to their Digital Metering System products.

The INT-1221 and INT-1222 now offer an improved accuracy from 1.0 (Class B) to 0.5S, IEC60253-21 Class C for all active energy readings.

No other parameters or functionalities have been affected.

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