On 28th/29th May, 2014 EURO-DIESEL attended the Data Centres Europe 2014 exhibition at the Grimaldi Forum in Monaco.
Now in its tenth year, this is the premier European event for the Data Centre and Cloud sector. [+]
Belgium | EURO-DIESEL was visited by Jean-Claude Marcourt, Walloon Minister of Economy [+]
Ce 26 février, le label « Partenaire opérationnel 2014 » a été remis aux 50 entreprises, dont EURO-DIESEL, qui participent au programme E=MC² qui est mis en place par la Cité des Métiers.
The Police Investigation Bureau (Polizeiinspektion Düsseldorf) has awarded EURO-DIESEL GmbH as the winner of turnkey UPS solution provider for their facility in Dusseldorf, Germany.
EURO-DIESEL launches the next generation diesel rotary UPS system [+]
The NO-BREAK E1 is such a simple concept that one might think of it as a conventional generator-set. It is made up of a Diesel Engine separated/coupled to a Stato-Alternator, via an Electromagnetic Clutch. The Stato-Alternator is the combination of the Kinetic Energy Accumulator and a Synchronous Machine.
The NO-BREAK E1 also includes a control panel and a choke/power panel.
Description of the Stato- Alternator
The heart of the NO-BREAK E1 is the kinetic energy accumulator; a clever but simple system to store and retrieve kinetic energy.
How does it work? - Energy storage
In conditioning mode, the drive shaft is spinning at 1800rpm, and the AC winding is powered to generate a rotating magnetic field which turns the drum to the maximum speed of 3000 rpm.
How does it work? -Energy retrieval
When a utility outage occures at the input of the system, the DC winding of the inner rotor is energized and the outer drum is electrically coupled to the inner rotor by an induced field. The kinetic energy of the drum then "drives" the inner rotor via this induced field. This energy transfer is regulated by accurately controlling the current injected into the DC winding ALWAYS maintaining the output frequency to 60Hz.
To know how the NO-BREAK E1 operates, click here.