Power quality specialist REO UK has refreshed its REOLINE range of portable power supplies for laboratory, test and factory applications . The range provides an adjustable low-loss output voltage, integrated short-circuit protection and does not generate electromagnetic interference (EMI), ensuring that the power supply is consistent and reliable.
Power quality specialist REO UK has launched the REOTRON MDW 700 WK , a three-phase power controller with water-cooling for industrial applications . The controller offers a compact, low maintenance power solution to electrical engineers, making it ideal for industrial ovens and heating equipment in the process, automation and plating industries.
Power quality specialist REO UK has refreshed REOVAR, a series of variable transformers that provide adjustable output voltages with a constant sinusoidal waveform. REOVAR is designed to eliminate high-frequency electrical interference in test and research facilities where it can lead to falsified results but where various output voltages are required.
If you were to step onto High Speed 2 (HS2) in the northern reaches of the UK for a trip to London, you would witness a significant change of landscape in a relatively short amount of time. The same can be said for the journey of railway electrification, which in 133 years has gone from a quarter-mile of the track to the majority of the UK. Here Steve Hughes, managing director of power quality specialist, REO UK, looks at the electrification of rail.
The first electrical locomotive ran in 1879 in Berlin and eleven years later London changed the game with the opening of the world's first working electrical underground system. Electrical train systems have come a long way since then and are set to take another leap with planned high speed rail projects. Here, Steve Hughes, managing director of REO UK, discusses how managing power quality and voltage stability on our trains is vital for safe, efficient functionality .
Power quality specialist REO UK has launched a new range of power line filters to combat electromagnetic interference (EMI) and Radio Frequency Interference (RFI) on power lines . The CNW 161 and 163 filters are designed for building controls, renewable and factory automation applications . They provide effective filtering in electrical power networks that use ripple control technology or data lines that use Power Line Communication (PLC), which are becoming increasingly common as more factories introduce industry 4.0 technologies.
The race is on to develop smart cities of the future that are cleaner, greener, easier to navigate and better to live in. The prospect of living in a place where utilities, roads and even buildings work in harmony to make life easier, all while reducing environmental impact, may still seem farfetched, but it's quickly becoming a reality. Here Steve Hughes, managing director of REO UK considers the top three trends in power quality that are the key to smart city success.
Power quality specialist REO UK has launched PROMED, a series of large electrical transformers designed to provide fully isolated power in operating theaters and other medical environments. The transformers are fully compliant with the EN 60601 medical directive, offering low current leakage and efficient isolation.
In a perfect world, all industries and applications would be fueled by renewable energy and provide us with sustainable power. Unfortunately, as Steve Hughes, managing director of power quality expert REO UK, explains, there are many problems to resolve before industries can fully rely on a consistently sustainable source of power.
Electric rail might be the accepted standard of powering train journeys across the UK now, but it is still a relatively new system. To help electrical and transport professionals better understand the history of rail electrification, power quality specialist REO UK has put together an infographic outlining its journey.