Plug & play in power generation

Hardwiring is time-consuming, requiring high efforts and costs. Power networks are calling for short reaction times; the sub-systems need to run as safe and smoothly.

In order to meet such requirements, it is useful to utilize industrial connectors. They not only reduce wiring costs, but also allow faster construction, commissioning and maintenance processes in the field.

Hardwiring vs. connectors: In key positions, this gas-insulated high-voltage switchgear uses connectors as interfaces.

Traditionally, hardwiring has been seen a viable option for servicing the PGTD sector. More recently, however, the market has turned to plug-and-play solutions for various reasons. Connectorization takes the guesswork out, especially, where switching and controlling devices are required to operate side-by-side. In addition, it increases safety since there are coding options for every connector. Thus, both sides of a connection can only mate with their right counterpart.

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Choosing connector-based wiring instead of hardwiring has its benefits at every stage of the product life cycle:

What our customers say:

I am from Xi’an XD Switchgear Electric Co., Ltd, which is the subsidiary of China XD Group Corporation. Our company manufactures, develops and produces high voltage GIS. At the moment, XD Switchgear has 3,000 employees. HARTING provides efficient products and solutions for us during our cooperation. I am extremely grateful to HARTING. I look forward to our comprehensive partnership in the future.

Maoyuan Tian
General Manager, Xi’an XD Switchgear Electric Co., Ltd

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