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Exciting update to electrical catalogue

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ElectroMechanica (EM), a specialised importer and wholesale distributor of products for energy management, automation and switchgear, launched the latest edition of its biannual product catalogue recently. The company introduced an Internet-based service which enables customers to place their orders online and monitor the progress from order placement to delivery in real-time. The company plans to open this service to the public in the coming months.

The latest brands in the 2020 catalogue include Chauvin Arnoux, a European manufacturer of portable test and measurement instruments. New products include an upgraded Lovato contactor range, and the introduction of a new frame size. The Delta ME300 drives are a range of economic, compact, vector-controlled drives which offer essential built-in functionality, including multi-pump control, built-in brake chopper, RS-485 (Modbus), and support for both induction motors (IM) and permanent magnet (PM) motors.

The CPT PSM series of surge protection devices monitors the earthing system from within the surge protection device and gives an indication of the status of the earth loop via multi-state LEDs, confirming that the device is installed properly, and how effective the surge protection is. The new Socomec A40 panel-mounted power-monitoring device has been designed for measuring, monitoring, and reporting electrical energy, and can be used with both single- and three-phase loads.

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