New Ametherm inrush current limiting NTC thermistors withstand up to 1200-J input energy & 80-A currents

Ametherm, headquartered in Carson City, Nevada, was founded in 1994 and specializes in thermistors for temperature sensing and inrush current limiting in industrial, automotive, AMS.

Technavio offers market research report on the global superconductor market from 2018-2022

Technavio has announced its newest market research report on the global superconductor market for the period 2018-2022, providing the latest cutting-edge insights on this popular market.

FERC to require all new nonsynchronous generators to provide frequency response

Frequency response is, generally speaking, the ability of the system to quickly return to 60 Hz frequency following a system event such as the sudden loss of a generator.

Generator circuit breakers have special requirements for generator protection

. Generator circuits have unique characteristics that require circuit breakers specifically designed and tested for those conditions.

How to choose the right insulation tester?

Editor’s note: This article comes from Megger, a designer and manufacturer of portable electrical test equipment. Read the company’s blog postings here. Choosing the right insulation tester to get a job done can be a bit overwhelming. With so many models on the market, how do you choose the right one? To figure out which tester is right

AMSC announces $10 million in D-VAR System orders for dynamic voltage regulation

AMSC, a global energy solutions provider serving wind and power-grid industry leaders, has announced three new D-VAR STATCOM system orders valued at over $10 million. Two of the orders serve the renewable energy sector and are expected to be used to connect wind-power plants to the electric grid, as well as to provide voltage regulation by responding

Fluke video show how to make accurate measurements with its T6, no-lead voltmeter

Fluke T6 Electrical Testers provide a faster and safer method for taking electrical readings on distribution panels and junction boxes, among other applications.

Brazed plate heat exchangers could help cool electronic equipment

The B320HT and LT are more compact, offer high mechanical strength and can handle higher capacities, allowing for cost, time and energy savings.

IEEFA report: ‘Here and Now’ — Nine electricity markets leading the transition to wind and solar

New research by the IEEFA details how nine major power markets around the world have achieved an outsized share of wind and solar generation while assuring the security of supply and are providing compelling examples of the fast-moving evolution of electricity generation.

Berkeley Lab report calls for industry attention to ensuring grid reliability

In light of changes in how electricity is generated and consumed, Berkeley Lab has authored a new report analyzing challenges facing the nation’s electric grid and making recommendations for ensuring continued reliability.