Top French group backs Dubai power show
Dubai, February 7, 2011
Socomec, a leading French independent industrial group, promote its industrial and commercial development in the Middle East at an upcoming electricity event in Dubai.
The 36th edition of Middle East Electricity is opening tomorrow (February 8) at Dubai International Exhibition Centre, and will run up to February 10.
Socomec, which has been operating in the Middle East for more than 20 years, will be presenting its innovative solutions in terms of energy efficiency, critical power supplies, power control & safety and solar power for service and industrial applications.
Socomec, which specializes in the availability, control and safety of low voltage electrical installations for industry and the service sector, recently launched Modulys Green Power (GP), a new range of medium power modular UPS systems, conceived expressly for dynamic data center infrastructure and mission critical applications.
Modulys Green Power 20-240 kVA is an on-line three phase double conversion UPS system, with high power density, with a totally versatile redundant modular architecture for both power and batteries, with exceptional vertical and horizontal scalability, a statement said.
Socomec SCP low voltage activity will take the opportunity to present their new products designed to the four market segments the activity has been specializing in energy efficiency, buildings & data center, hospital field and solar energy.
It will exhibit its motorized changeover switches, Sirco and ATyS, and will also its launch its solutions of enclosed automatic transfer switch by-pass single line and double line from 40 A to 3200 A. – TradeArabia News Service
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