The Low Carbon Vehicle Event 2018 is on 12-13th September 2018 at Millbrook, Bedfordshire.
New Products from Caltest on Display Caltest will be exhibiting a range of products at the conference, you can find us on table 1! The Centre for Power Electronics Annual Conference is a must for those working in Power Electronics. Hear from experts in the field, find out more about the work of the Centre […]
New 3-Phase ASX “C” Models Pacific Power is releasing two new, value-priced 3-Phase ASX models – available from Caltest. The new 315ASX-UPC3C and 320ASX-UPC3C are configured with all firmware options as standard to offer maximum functionality. NEW 315ASX-UPC3C and 320ASX-UPC3C Models Three phase, split phase or single phase output HAS, Prog-Z and Inrush […]
6th-8th February 2018 Come and see Caltest on Stand L150. The UK’s LARGEST regional manufacturing technology, electronics and subcontracting exhibition Thousands of engineering & electronics solutions on your doorstep. Full Programme of FREE technical seminars supported by SMS, MAS-SE, Engineering Solutions and Electronics Sourcing. PRE-REGISTER to receive a FREE Show Catalogue (otherwise £10). Ample FREE […]
The AFX-Series is a break-through in solid state power conversion Caltest Instruments’s Pacific Power Source AFX unit has been nominated in the Power System Product of the Year Category. The awards ceremony will take place on 6th December 2017 at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London. To see the full list of nominees please […]
Battery Tech Expo – Thursday 15th March 2018 Come and see Caltest on stand E5 The Battery industry is on the cusp of a power revolution with big technology companies investing heavily in the next generation of battery development and energy storage. The Battery Tech Expo runs 15th March 2018 at the International Centre, Telford […]
Topics Covered What is the difference between Line to Line and Line to Neutral? What is phase rotation and when does it matter? Is the relationship between voltage amplitudes fixed? What factors can determine deviations from expected voltage?