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Member Since 23 Aug 2007
Offline Last Active Jul 01 2010 12:17 AM

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In Topic: Plc

28 November 2008 - 03:40 AM

Try this link
Has some video learning to follow on S7. A bit basic but gives a good overview on how to use Simatic Manager for the beginner.

In Topic: Vfd Current And Voltage Measurements

03 November 2008 - 08:14 AM

Some power is used for the fans and other electronic circuitry within the drive; not all for the output side alone.

In Topic: Liquid Starter For Slip Ring Motor

21 October 2008 - 08:24 AM

Hi there,
Firstly, I think you have the spelling slightly wrong which won't help your cause!
Try this


and try to contact the company direct with your request for information.

In Topic: Replacement Of Exciter Panel

16 October 2008 - 02:09 AM

Support, support support!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
When it comes to setting up, and Godforbid a problem you want a company who will help you!
Email of the correct guy, because of next item
Also ensure the/any software is included in the package, any upgrade in the future is free
if you can save an error and send by email, it is a start in the right direction
I am in Singapore and based on my specific applications have found Basler not only the best AVR but the support from Singapore is top notch as has been the support from France - and of course it helps for me they speak and understand English!

In Topic: Parallel operation of Gens

19 September 2008 - 03:59 AM

Hi There,
Have read the post with interest!
I would say buy the best system that has the best local service support for you're area/region in the world. Whilst Woodward EGCP-3 has been mentioned as a solution, which I'm not saying is correct, is your local rep/service people able to handle this?
Had huge problem setting-up in Indonesia rig a system on this brand and found the support.....wanting!!!!
I personally use a Heinzmann, out of Germany....again lot of software,......I guess I'm saying for such a complicated system speak to the suppliers in your region and ask for references of their stuff actually working.