Electrical power distribution in transition
Automated buildings and industrial processes, more stringent requirements regarding energy efficiency, and changed load conditions are currently having a significant impact on electrical power distribution. The underlying systems and components need to be communication-capable, highly flexible, and fail-safe – and it also must be possible to smoothly integrate them in different environments. Combined with increasingly stringent standard requirements, the planning of the electrical energy distribution becomes more complex. At the same time, project cycles are speeding up considerably in switchgear and machine building as well as in electrical installation. Our components ensure a fail-safe power supply and can be seamlessly integrated in comprehensive energy efficiency concepts as well as in building and industrial automation. Professional software and engineering data enable efficient standards-compliant planning and error-free configuration and documentation.
Integrated, transparent, and safeOur integrated portfolio supports you throughout the entire process chain, from planning and installation to ongoing operation: Communication-capable components enable integration in automated digital environments, make energy flows transparent, and ensure completely safe power distribution. Benefit from our solutions for efficient, flexible power distribution that is also safe and highly available. Profitieren Sie von unseren Lösungen für eine effiziente, flexible und gleichermaßen sichere und hochverfügbare elektrische Energieverteilung.
Growing requirements for power distribution
Electrical power distribution is in transition in industry, buildings, and the infrastructure. Today hardware and software have to work together smoothly to optimally support dynamic processes. With our tested and certified systems and products as well as software and engineering data, we support you throughout the value-added chain – from planning, installation, and operation to modernization and expansion measures.