Power Electronics 2012 - What’s in store at the upcoming exhibition

October 22, 2012 by Jeff Shepard

From 27 to 29 November 2012 in Moscow's Crocus Expo, the international Power Electronics exhibition and conference will take place. The exhibitors and organisers are preparing for the opening of the event, where there will be a lot that is new - new names on the exhibitor list, new brands on the exhibits list, and new topics up for discussion at the seminars and conferences. Here are a few of them.

A newcomer to the event is Würth Elektronik from Germany, a global leader in the production of passive and electromechanical components. At their stand, specialists from the company will be presenting SMD ferrites, filter chokes, common-mode chokes, circuit protection equipment, shielding materials, power inductors, power transformers, LAN and telecommunications transformers, RF inductors, LTCC components, connectors, switches and power components.

Another debutant is Cadfem CIS, presenting solutions for designing components and systems for power electronics, electrical engineering and electromechanics. Together with ANSYS from the USA, the company will present computer modelling developments and technology to visiting specialists.

Landata, part of the Systematika Group, is a leading distributor of high-quality network, telecommunications, computer, periphery and controlling and measuring equipment. At the upcoming Power Electronics exhibition the company will be presenting equipment from Fluke Industrial: thermal imagers, current clamp meters, pyrometers, multimeters, power quality analysers and oscilloscopes. Landata is the official distributor for Fluke Industrial and Fluke Calibration.

Eltech, a regular exhibitor which has become official distributor in Russia for the US company Crydom, will be showcasing a series of solid state relays and diodes for protecting circuits from voltage surges.

ABB (Switzerland), a leading supplier of power equipment and technology for the electrical industry and power automation, is presenting power semiconductors instruments: semiconductor crystals, thyristor modules with control unit, diodes, suppressors, various thyristors, and IGBT modules.

Novye Technologie, from Novosibirsk, is planning to place an emphasis on CELEM's products: specialised condensators and high-quality transformers used in producing equipment for induction heating. The company is currently the only firm in Russia with the status of authorised supplier of CELEM production.

Aviton will be appearing at the exhibition with a new line of Mean Well AC-DC power supplies for industrial use in 1U racks, and DC-DC Blitz-power transmitters with a 6Wt capacity and a 4:1 input voltage range.

Please, order your complimentary ticket at the Power Electronics exhibition and conference website.