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Wind Edition Imagine being able to predict the wind • Reduced yaw misalignment • Reduced loads • Precise wind data in front of the turbine • Increased lifetime, decreased downtime Windar Photonics A/S Helgeshøj Allé 16-18 | DK-2630 Taastrup www.windarphotonics.com distinguished by high torque density and reduced onsite maintenance. PG-1904 is characterised by premium efficiency, high power density for better space utilisation within the nacelle and requires very little maintenance. Comer Industries will also showcase the PG-4205 LFPE yaw drive, a solution with high torque capability, and the PGA-703 LFPE pitch drive, which features a robust output configuration and reduced backlash. Hall B6, Booth 339 The PG-1603 DSP yaw drive is distinguished by high torque density and reduced on-site maintenance. Photo: Comer Industries Leine Linde Systems GmbH is presenting two new systems for wind turbines, IPMS and ADSR, at their trade fair presentation in their hometown Hamburg. Using a meteorological sensor system that has been tested over many years, the prognostic IPMS ice detection system activates an ice alarm before actual icing occurs. The alarm is transmitted directly to the system operator, who can then carry out a remote visual inspection using the dome camera fitted to the wind turbine via a smartphone or computer. This is also possible at night thanks to spotlights. The decision as to whether the system needs to be temporarily shut down can either be made manually from a remote location or automatically using a previously set warning or alarm level. The detection system can be adapted to the weather conditions on-site by the operator, and can either be built in by the turbine manufacturer or retrofitted. ADSR is a diagnosis system for condition analysis and prognosis of the remaining service life for wind turbines, which is fitted to a customer- individual slip ring. It continuously analyses the condition of the slip ring and can predict an error before it occurs. This enables operators to plan maintenance better and also to avoid unforeseen standstill times and the associated loss of earnings to a large extent. Hall B6, Booth 454


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