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Schneider Electric expands medium voltage portfolio with Altivar Process ATV6000

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Schneider Electric Expands its Medium Voltage Portfolio with Altivar Process ATV6000 (CNW Group/Schneider Electric Canada Inc.)

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Schneider Electric is strengthening its medium voltage portfolio with the addition of Altivar Process ATV6000. An EcoStruxure-enabled drive, ATV6000 delivers application-specific solutions across a range of industries — including mining, mineral and metals; oil and gas; power plants; and water and wastewater — to help businesses achieve greater process optimization, improved energy management, and enhanced asset management.

“We are thrilled to introduce ATV6000 as a strong medium voltage offer to the Canadian market, equipping engineers with a simple solution for demanding MV Drive applications across multiple industry segments,” said Sanjith Singh, Vice President, Industrial Automation, Schneider Electric Canada in a statement. “ATV6000 provides a high level of customization to meet specific requirements, offering flexibility for modifications and extensions. No matter what the challenge, electrical or mechanical, our application specialists and design engineers can provide customers with optimized solutions resulting in Capex and Opex savings. This unique capability, in addition to our suite of software/advisors and full serviceability, enables us to provide our customers with comprehensive solutions to help them achieve their sustainability goals.”

Equipped with EcoStruxure Asset Advisor, a cloud-enabled remote monitoring service, ATV6000 converts data into valuable insights to help businesses run their operations efficiently, safely and with greater returns on profit. Offering preventive and predictive management based on real-time assessments and analytics, ATV6000 provides users with continuous health monitoring of assets, risk evaluation and risk mitigation to help identify potential failures, reduce downtime and effectively manage costs.

“As the core of all industrial processes, MV Drives play a critical role in a company’s success as unexpected downtime can lead to loss of production running into millions of dollars,” said Fredrick Morency, Vice President, Services, Schneider Electric Canada. “With ATV6000, customers can enjoy peace-of-mind that even in the event of a failure, they have access to local experts, engineers, service technicians, in addition to spare parts availability, to help get operations up and running within a few hours.”



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