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The seminar at Gulf Industry Fair provides an excellent platform for us to share and discuss our knowledge on recommendations and guidance for power and control cable systems that is required to maintain circuit integrity for these critical applications," BICC MET Bahrain general manager Ulhas Menon said.
The seminar at Gulf Industry Fair provides an excellent platform for us to share and discuss our knowledge on recommendations and guidance for power and control cable systems that is required to maintain circuit integrity for these critical applications,"[euro]oCi BICC MET Bahrain general manager Ulhas Menon said.
STX Europe will also install DNV (Det Norske Veritas) certified high performing fire resistant cables to maintain the circuit integrity in the event of a fire.
The mineral insulated cables provide circuit integrity for power and control circuits of critical equipment used in public buildings including various hospitals, schools, hotels, sports grounds, transport hubs as well as power stations, foundries, mines and the oil and gas industry.
Temperatures, earth leakage, operating currents and other crucial data associated with heat-tracing circuit integrity is constantly monitored and reported.
Japanese customers are confronting the complexities of deep submicron design today, and Moscape can play a key role in providing design tools that enable Japanese IC manufacturers to efficiently design next generation chips by identifying and solving potential design performance, noise and circuit integrity problems, early in the design cycle.
Items like solenoid valves, switches, sensors, external alarms, warning lamps, control panels, displays and CAN bus circuits are continuously checked for circuit integrity, as well as operating conditions, and are used to allow troubleshooting through error indication.
The new SRtP cable design is based on Nexans nanotechnology that, when exposed to a fire, transforms the insulation from a flexible, plastic covering to a tough insulating ceramic layer to assure circuit integrity under voltages up to 1 kV.