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Energizing 3 days at the Middle East Electricity [MEE2017]

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Phoenix Contact at the Middle East Electricity 2017

Energizing the infrastructure industry with Phoenix Contact’s inspiring innovations

For more than 10 years now, Phoenix Contact typically participates at the Middle East Electricity Exhibition MEE 2017; the world’s largest power event covering all sectors of the power industry.

Middle East Electricity MEE 2017

The event was held at the Dubai International Exhibition center in Dubai – UAE from 14th to 16th February, from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm daily. The Phoenix Contact booth was located in hall 6 at stand no. 6A10.

On our booth were wall exhibits showing the latest innovative products and solutions from Phoenix Contact. Some of these innovations include Solutions for Power Transmission & Distribution, Solutions for Renewable Energy, Push-in technology, Relay technology, Industrial Communication, Wireless Technology, Networking, Ethernet switches with IEC 61850, Power Supplies and System Availability, the latest Surge Protection technology – SEC (Safe Energy Control Technology), HMIs and industrial PCs. Tools, Signal conditioners, Marking and labeling, Cyber Security and Safety relay modules.

Cyber Security - Industrial network security provides protection against the dangers posed by increased networking

As the world is tapping into the new era of Cyber Security, Phoenix Contact showcased industrial firewalls and solutions for secure remote maintenance and security infrastructure for safeguarding industrial systems against cyber-attacks and viruses.

 

The protective circuit against surge voltages Moreover, Phoenix Contact shed light on surge protection and the latest devices that help protect against transient and high-energy voltage peaks.

An “effective protective circuit” helps to implement seamless surge protection.

And this is how it works:

Draw an imaginary circle around the object you want to protect.

Surge protective devices must be installed at all points where cables intersect this circle. The area within the protective circuit is therefore protected in such a way that conducted surge voltages are prevented.

Consider the following areas during planning:

  • Power supply
  • Measurement and control technology
  • Data processing, telecommunications
  • Transceiver devices

For more information about the wide range of products and solutions described above, please visit our website.