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Electro-dynamic exciters, first introduced in 1946, gradually began replacing mechanical exciters.
The exciter with special auxiliary equipment, consisting of a steel frame and a set of force sensors (also functioning as frame supports), can be used on both road bridges (Fig.
The exciter has three windings: W1 is used as the main excitation winding and it is connected serially with generator's rotor winding, W2 is used to excite the forcing system, and W3 is used to give an additional excitation while the exciter is overexcited.
The superposition curve generated is also consistent with the 28% measured compression set of the engineering model exciter o-ring which had been installed for seven years.
Geared exciters feature all-steel components; specially-coated bearing inner races to deter wear on shafts; and shafts that are case-hardened and ground for minimal wear.
Also equipped with the Sirius open-platform exciter, the Elite 1000 GreenPower line provides leadingedge DTV transmission efficiency, optimised output power, strong signal quality and high redundancy.
The Apex M2X exciter was designed from the start to accommodate evolving standards such as DVB-T2 via a simple software upgrade, enabling customers to seamlessly migrate to DVB-T2 cost-effectively and on their individual schedules," says Argyris.
Williams emphasized that the software-driven features of the MPH system are impressive, particularly the software-defined architecture of the Apex M2X exciter for simple field updates.
The technology employs an exciter - a magnet and voice coil - placed on a membrane, which becomes the speaker.
Tenders are invited for Supply Of Spare Exciter For Mug Compressor Motor
WINNERSH, England, June 17 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Harris Corporation (NYSE: HRS), an international communications and information technology company, announced that its Apex M2X(TM) software-defined broadcast exciter now supports the next-generation DVB-T2 digital terrestrial transmission standard.
These components are integrated with the DRT4001 RF front-end subsystem consisting of four DRT cards (tuner, exciter, reference module and the controller) in a 20-slot 3U CompactPCI chassis.
Geoff's vision and technical expertise have been a driving force behind the company's leadership, and his most recent work on products such as the FlexStar(R) HD Radio(TM) exciter has enabled Harris to remain at the forefront of the industry.
Invensys will supply a Triconex TS-3000 system for an integrated steam turbine governor and generator exciter control system for the GE back pressure, single extraction turbine.