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Carlo Gavazzi gains CCC approval for soft starts
Supporting companies who export to the Asian market, Carlo Gavazzi reports that it has obtained CCC approval on its RSBT 45mm series of soft starts. This approval allows companies to freely engage with the huge potential of the Chinese market, ensuring any imports into China are problem free in customs.
“This approval now positions us to help our customers located around the UK in their efforts to enter the Asian market,” comments Alan Hickman, managing director for Carlo Gavazzi UK.
The RSBT family are easy to use soft starts for scroll compressors and feature internal semiconductor by-pass technology and is available with nominal current up to 32A. An innovative self-learning algorithm ensures that optimum starting current is achieved at every start. The auto-adaptive software is available as standard on all RSBT variants and works by measuring relevant parameters during ramp-up, storing these values and using them to set new current-limit values for the following start. The goal is to use the smallest inrush current value to start the motor, without exceeding the 600ms maximum ramp-up time.
The module comes in a compact 45mm-wide format for space-conscious panel or DIN rail mounting. Control of all three phases ensures optimum current reduction, along with current balance on all phases. This is achieved without the need of front-panel settings.
All the standard products in the RSBT 45mm family will now have the CCC logo printed on the packing box and product side labels and all datasheets and product brochures will be updated to reflect this additional certification. The RSBT also complies with IEC60947-4-2, international motor-starter standards, the RSBT soft-starter is also RoHS compliant, cUL listed and carries appropriate CE marks.
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