Panels and Boards

Synchronizing Panel:
Synchronizing as we know is important from the point of view that how loads sharing between different unit’s takes place and load transfer during the maintenance is important. Panels require two or more different sources of power likewise between DG SETS and the main GRID.Synchronizaing panel is used where one DG set synchronizing with two or more DG set when mains fail all DG start at a time but after some time one will be on & other will be stop as per load demand .When load increased above 70% of the total load the 2nd dg will be start & it synchronies with first one & total load was distributed equally On that two DG set & this process will go on. During low load we can run any single unit, and synchronize more units as the load increases. This can be manual or automatic.

APFC (Automatic Power Factor Control) Panels:
Modern power networks consists of wide variety of electrical and power electronics loads, in case of such varying loads, the power factor also varies as a function of the load requirements .So it is practically difficult to maintain consistent power factor by the use of fixed compensation i.e. fixed capacitors which shall need to be manually switched to suit the variations of the load. It can lead to situations where the installation can have a low power factor leading to higher demand charges and levy of power factor penalties. In addition to not being able to achieve the desired power factor it is also possible that the use of fixed compensation can also result in leading power factor under certain load conditions. This is also unhealthy for the installation as it can result in over voltages, saturation of transformers, maloperation of diesel generating sets, penalties by electricity supply authorities etc. It is therefore necessary to automatically vary, without manual intervention, the compensation to suit the load requirements. This is achieved by using on Automatic Power Factor Correction (APFC) system which can ensure consistently high power factor without any manual intervention. In addition, the occurrence of leading power factor will be prevented.APFC products are fully automatic in operation and can be used to achieve, consistently high power factor under fluctuating load conditions Reduced KVA demand charges, Lower energy consumption in the installation by reducing losses Preventive leading power factor in an installation.

AMF (Auto Main Failure) panel:
AMF panel is the short form of Auto Main Failure panel. It is normally connected to the generator set to control the generator set function. It can call the generator set if the AMF further connected to the Main Switch Board (received power from the other source – normally from the local authority) which equipped with auto transfer switch/automatic changeover contactor. While normal supply serve to main switch board failed, the AMF board will send the power failure signal to generator set. Then the generator set will run and serve the supply to main switch board.

Automation Control Panels:
Offer a wide range of Automatic control Panels which are compact in design and robust construction. Instant available use in various industrial applications.

PLC Panels:
A Programmable Logic Controller, PLC or Programmable Controller is a digital computer used for automation of electromechanical processes, such as control of machinery on factory assembly lines and control of Electric supply to various electrical loads. Successfully interfaced with the panels and is installed in various Industries.

Relay Control Panel:
Relays are intended for use in variety of applications, environments and industries. We offer a wide range of Relay Control Panels, developed and designed keeping in mind use of advanced technology and quality components. Relay Control Panels have high functional values and performance capabilities. Panel’s robust construction makes it more reliable and durable.

Generator Panels
A complex machine requires a user interface to enable the user to monitor its operations, check for efficient functioning, and intervene when required. Machines overheat, slow down, speed up or generally vary in their performance based on numerous factors such as fatigue, weather conditions, and the wear and tear of components and parts. Modern generators also have similar sensors to detect changes in all kinds of various parameters. These can be used to control the generator through a Generator control panel.

Electronic Panels
We design electronic monitoring and control panels. These panels can be electronic, electrical, mechanical or any combination thereof. We can design custom panels to accomplish customer requirements based on supplied design criteria.

Distribution Boards:
A distribution board (or panel board) is a component of an electricity supply system which divides an electrical power feed into other circuits, It has a key role in supplying power and protecting permanently installed equipment for building such as power and lighting facilities while providing a protective fuse or circuit breaker for each circuit, in a common enclosure.

Control Desks:
Control desk is use where operation is different side from panel. Our panels are suitable as per height for human operation and spacious operation desk, easy to operate by hand, made from good quality base Pushbutton & Indicators. Connection details fixing at panel’s Door.

Bus Ducts:
In electrical power distribution, a bus bar is a strip or bar of copper, brass or aluminum that conducts electricity within a switchboard, distribution board, substation, battery bank or other electrical apparatus. Its main purpose is to conduct electricity. The cross-sectional size of the busbar determines the maximum amount of current that can be safely carried. A bus duct is metal bar that supports and contains a group of electrical bus bars. The duct comes in standard 10 foot lengths.The greatest advantages of bus ducts is that they are capable of adding or removing a branch circuit without removing voltage from the whole duct.

AC & DC Drives:
Your choice depends on many application-specific factors such as ambient conditions, type of loads, duty cycle, maintenance accessibility, horsepower range, sequencing, and more. Brief guidelines have been developed to provide you with a basic understanding of the differences between AC and DC drive technologies. If you have specific questions, or require application/selection assistance, please inquire for further assistance from us.

Conveyor Belts:
We at Vikas Vidyutikaran believe in continuous progress and growth not in our specialized field of Electrical but also in other field of Engineering. Our team of research and development team have recently taken up projects of Designing and commissioning of Conveyor Belt systems in various parts of India and having an eye of continuous growth in this field. Conveyor belts are designed in such a way to transport material as moving baggage and boxes along inside a factory or in a Airport and bulk material handling such as those used to transport industrial and agricultural materials, such as grain, coal, ores,fines,and lumps material.