Soft starters have become wildly influential in high-tension motors for effective torque control and smooth motor acceleration. It has supplanted several common mechanisms, such as Star-Delta or autotransformers, and created a thriving industry for itself. Modern soft starts, however, don’t resemble the big ones from the 1980s. A standard control panel can accommodate a medium-voltage soft starter. This means a 4 MW soft starter can readily fit in even the most compact areas. This flexibility allows it to cover 99% of the market’s drive assemblies.

Modern drive assemblies must, however, adhere to much stricter standards in order to maintain the connected machine’s efficiency. AuCom has created a good selection of LV and MV starters that are customized to meet individual needs in light of this. In addition, it provides MV AC drives (MVH 2.0), which are hundreds of times more powerful than their smaller, more prevalent low-voltage counterparts. This is mostly utilized to control massive, multi-megawatt electric motors that power huge industrial loads found in mines, power plants, or metal processing plants. Its versatility allows it to work in a wide range of industries, including construction, food and beverage, irrigation, marine, mining and quarrying, oil and gas, pulp and paper, sawmilling, water, and wastewater.

The strong understanding of these applications gives it a noteworthy edge in the industry and over its peers. AuCom also works on specialized projects that are customized to the specific needs of particular companies. With competitive brands like Siemens, ABB, and Telemecanique making waves in the industry, it leaves no stone unturned. Earlier, it partnered with VFD manufacturers as soft starters, and VFDs are more like close siblings. But with the changing dynamics, AuCom is driving continuous innovations to level up its game and keep clients up and running.

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