Power electronics encompasses the conversion and control of electric power. It combines the processing of high voltages and currents for power generation and distribution together with distortionless production, transmission and reception of data and signals.

Electronics and control instrumentation enable analysis, measurement and control of industrial process parameters, such as temperature, pressure, humidity and flow, for efficient and safe operations at power facilities.

Suppliers of power electronics and control instrumentation

Power Technology has listed leading suppliers of electronics and control instrumentation based on its extensive experience in the sector.

The list includes suppliers of climate control systems, sensors and automotive electronics, power electronics, high-voltage surge testers and winding analysers for rotating equipment and transformers, measurement instruments, electromagnetic flowmeters, converters, sensors, transducers, voltage monitors, automotive electronic connectors, and metering devices for gas and liquid flow measurement.

Providers of instrumentation, electrical and commissioning personnel and support are also featured.

The information available in the download document is useful for power generation companies, power plant operators, technicians and engineers, and any individual involved in power plant operations.

The download also contains detailed information on manufacturers and suppliers, their product and service offerings, and contact details to aid purchase decisions.

Related Buyer’s Guides, which cover an extensive range of power technology manufacturers, systems and solutions, can also be found here.

Application of control instrumentation

Instrumentation plays an essential role in both collecting information from the field and changing field variables, which are a significant part of control loops. Advanced electronics and control instrumentation will maximise productivity, stability, safety and reliability of operations at facilities.

Control instrumentation includes devices such as valves, circuit breakers and solenoids, which allow changing of field process variables and provide remote or automated control capabilities.

Automation of various control systems that are used for operating equipment and processes in facilities, boilers and other applications has reduced human intervention.