Cambium Networks’ PTP 810i All-Indoor solution is a modular, point-to-point (PTP) indoor wireless backhaul solution designed to support native Ethernet and TDM applications simultaneously for seamless migrations to all Internet Protocol-based systems. The PTP 810i is ideal for use in high-power, indoor environments where long-distance support and spatial diversity are required. With the PTP 810i, companies can use a single, software-based platform to support their legacy systems during upgrades and avoid having to rip and replace systems already in service. The platform allows for flexibility and scalability, as well as easy integration with legacy systems so users can choose the interface that best suits their needs. Ideal for applications in industries such as public safety, utilities, railroads and telecommunications, the PTP 810i helps users future proof their communications infrastructures to grow and change with their companies’ evolving needs for Internet connectivity.
S&C Electric Company’s latest generation of its IntelliTeam VV Volt-VAR Optimization System can work with more equipment and help utilities realize more systemwide energy efficiency improvements. In addition, the enhanced platform supports 240-volt systems used in Europe and Australia. The new software supports multiple levels of line regulation and allows utilities to control them independently of one another. This gives grid operators more precise voltage control for a higher level of power quality and makes it possible to achieve greater reductions in peak demand and energy usage. The Volt-VAR Optimization System helps utilities increase overall energy efficiency by improving power factor and reducing voltage across the distribution system. The IntelliTeam VV also enables conservation voltage reduction, which allows utilities to lower voltage levels at end users—eliminating the waste associated with running system voltage conservatively high—while meeting power quality requirements.
S&C Electric Company
Soloy Portable Heliports
Soloy Aviation Solutions has delivered four Model 570-1000-1 portable heliports to San Diego Gas & Electric Co (SDG&E). According to SDG&E design engineer Flynn Ortiz, the company needed to access remote transmission towers for maintenance and inspection. The rugged, free-standing 12-by-13-foot transportable helicopter pads with a 6,000-pound capacity met the criteria. Before the Soloy Heliports, a helicopter had to land miles from the SDG&E transmission tower, and personnel had to hike to the area. Heliport assembly is quick with the patented telescoping legs that adjust to any terrain and lock into position. Made of heat-treated aluminum alloys with stainless steel cables and pins, the Heliport is designed to transfer the load from the landing helicopter throughout the structure, minimizing the loading on any one structural member. The Heliport has a stable sling load and can be set in place with low environmental impact and no site preparation.
Soloy Aviation Solutions