In developing the world’s leading equipment control for industrial solutions, Siemens continues to explore and develop new ways of making even the most basic processes more efficient and cost-effective.
From the immensely successful SINAMICS G120 family of drives, the G120X is an “infrastructure” drive targeted for pump, fan & compressor applications in the Water & Wastewater (W&WW), HVAC, irrigation/agriculture & industrial chiller/refrigeration segments.
SINAMICS G120X is simple, seamless, cost & energy efficient, robust, reliable and fit for digitalization. SINAMICS G120X easily integrates into existing applications, works with any standard motor (induction, synchronous and synchronous reluctance motor) and can be configured for cost-optimization and resource-saving operation which ultimately helps reduce total cost of ownership. It meets all the latest industry standards with regard to energy efficiency and product safety and offers enhanced safety with SIL3 rated safety functions and up to 100kA short-circuit current rating according to UL61800-5-1.
SINAMICS G120X meets all the latest industry standards with regard to energy efficiency and product safety and offers enhanced safety with SIL3 rated safety functions and up to 100kA short-circuit current rating according to UL61800-5-1
Cost- and energy-efficiency
Integral DC choke (FSA-G) eliminates the requirement of an external line reactor
Control unit has been redesigned:
Designed to deliver constant power at a current according to NEC table 430.250 at 3AC 480V and 600V, and at an operating temperature of 45ºC without derating, and up to 60 ºC (55 ºC with PROFINET, EtherNet/IP™ version) with derating
To accept 16 AWG (1.5mm 2) wire with removable connectors for easy and fast control wiring via pre-manufactured wiring harness
Increased motor cable lengths up to 450 meters (1476 ft)1without output choke or filter
To allow 2x wire connections per terminal for certain terminals for ease of connections
New design feature enables UL Open Type / IP20 drive in to push through type using an optional add-on Push-Through (PT) kit 2, which reduces or eliminates need for cabinet fans, associated components and wiring, and also facilitates cost efficient NEMA / UL Type 1, 12 or 3R designs with an appropriately NEMA / UL-rated external enclosure
Frame sizes A–C are redesigned to fit in the standard MCC plug-in type bucket
Episode 301: ControlTalk NOW — Smart Buildings Videocast and PodCast for week ending Feb 3, 2019, features interviews with Ken Sinclair, owner and editor of Automated Buildings, who helps to navigate our journey through the perilous “Path of Least Disruption,” and rising entrepreneur and SandStar founder, Alper Üzmezler, CEO of BASSG and Alta Labs. [Read more…]
The Siemens RDS 120 Smart Thermostat is an Advanced Cloud Connected Thermostat that offers a package of strong benefits. It figures out the perfect room climate and guarantees optimized energy consumption in your home. In addition to achieving these goals, [Read more…]
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Desigo Control Point is an end user-focused operating and monitoring interface that is accessible via a touch panel, desktop, tablet or smartphone. It provides cost-effective operating and monitoring functions for small- or medium-sized buildings. [Read more…]
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Understanding your needs with smartness! The Siemens Smart RDS110 Thermostat has been developed to provide professional control and operation of heating applications. With its clean design it fits perfectly into every interior. It is always in touch with its surroundings thanks to six powerful and accurate sensors: temperature, humidity, light, proximity, presence and organic particle detection. Since all of them are an integral part of the Smart Thermostat, no additional wiring or programming is needed. These sensors allow the Smart Thermostat to be fully autonomous.
Episode 290: ControlTalk NOW — Smart Buildings Videocast and PodCast for week ending Nov 4, 2018, features Lynxspring’s Marc Petock, who is joined by Adam Haynes, Sr Product Owner and Justin McCullough, Chief Innovation and Product Officer, with the Facility Solutions Group, one of North America’s top Master Systems Integrators. Next up, we have Ken Sinclair, owner and editor of Automated Buildings, who discusses his November edition theme: “Edge-ification.” Register now for the upcoming TridiumTalk Webinar on Niagara 4.6 System Database Features; Siemens delivers Maximum Hydronic System Efficiency; and Honeywell’s Steve Hoffman’s interview “What You need to Know About IP Controls.”
Our first ControlTalk NOW interview is with Lynxspring’s Marc Petock, who introduces Adam Haynes, Sr Product Owner and Justin McCullough, Chief Innovation and Product Officer, of Facility Solutions Group, one of the largest and most prolific Master Systems Integrators in North America. FSG has over 2000 employees at its 33 branch locations across the U.S., that offer a wide array of lighting, electrical, and advanced control systems. FSG specializes in reducing your energy consumption to improve your bottom line. Take control of your business’s future with control technologies from FSG.
Our second ControlTalk NOW interview is with Ken Sinclair, owner and editor of Automated Buildings, who discusses his November edition theme: “Edge-ification.” We know from last month that “Edge-ification” is the process of moving intelligence and control to the Edge. A host of industry experts are chiming in on this all-important conversation, as the IoT heavy-weights hone their sites on the HVAC and BAS markets.
TridiumTalk: Niagara 4.6 System Database Feature Webinar — Nov 8, 2018, 11:00 AM, EST. The release of Tridium’s Niagara 4.6 introduced the ability for a Niagara Supervisor to examine all the Niagara devices in the Niagara Network and pull up Entity data (tags and relations) into a new System Database. During this TridiumTalk, a high level view will be provided of the System Database feature including setup and configuration of the system indexer.
Siemens’ Hydronic Flow Optimization: How to Maximize Hydronic System Efficiency. This Siemens Hydronic Flow Optimization video makes a strong case for using Siemens’ PICV in conjunction with their BT300 VFD series for maximum occupant comfort and energy savings by assuring accurate flow changes are made when needed.
Honeywell Momentum’s Steve Hoffman: What You Need to Know About IP Controls. We had a chance to catch up with Honeywell’s Steve Hoffman at the 2018 Honeywell Momentum Event. Steve works with consulting engineers making sure they understand the value Honeywell brings to the Smart Buildings Controls market. In this video, Steve shares what we need to know about IP controllers and what makes Honeywell’s new IP controllers special.
Ken Sinclair’s Automated Buildings’ November, 2018 Issue: Our Next Two Semesters of Edge-ifcation. In Ken Sinclair’s November edition of AutomatedBuildings.com, we continue our quest down the Edge Rabbit Hole. We know from last month that “Edge-ification” is the process of moving intelligence and control to the Edge. Ken’s interview with John Petze takes us even deeper into our understanding of “edge-ication” or more correctly, “by computing at the edge,” we are referring to performing essential data acquisition and computation functions as close to the data source as possible.
This Siemens Hydronic Flow Optimization video makes a strong case for using Siemens’ PICV in conjunction with their BT300 VFD series for maximum occupant comfort and energy savings by assuring accurate flow changes are made when needed.
Siemens’ Hydronic Flow Optimization: How to Maximize Hydronic System Efficiency: About 41% of our worldwide energy is consumed in buildings, and 41% of that is used by HVAC and hydronic systems. Learn how commercial buildings use hydronic systems and how Siemens’ innovative variable frequency drives and pressure independent control valves reduce hydronic systems’ power and energy needs to dynamically control flow and optimize these systems in new or existing buildings.
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