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Innovations in drive technology from Siemens for sustainable and economical production

With this new feature, Siemens is responding to the current needs of industry for greater sustainability. Electric motors are responsible for over 70 percent of industrial energy requirements. Simotics SD IE4 motors are already very energy-efficient with an efficiency of up to over 96% and are therefore also optimally designed for operation directly on the grid. By using motors of the very high efficiency classes IE4 or even IE5, savings of up to 6% of electrical energy are possible. Using perfectly matched motor and converter systems for variable-speed operation of pumps, fans and compressors, energy savings of up to 30% can be achieved, and in some cases even more. 
However, the real key to greater energy efficiency lies in the system as a whole: the interaction of all individual measures - from more efficient motors with variable-speed control, through digital system components and tools, to the use of electrically buffered energy in the motor network - can achieve savings of up to 60 percent in the system network. Digitalization will thus make a major contribution to increasing the energy efficiency of motor-driven applications in the future. Analyze MyDrives Edge is also part of the Siemens Xcelerator portfolio, the new digital business platform. This enables customers of all sizes to accelerate their digital transformation and increase value creation. The new business platform is characterized by simplicity, flexibility, and openness - all geared to the overarching goal of making the digital transformation of companies easier, faster, and more scalable.

The new feature of the Analyze MyDrives Edge app ensures transparency regarding the energy consumption of the entire drive system.

New: Siemens introduces the Sinamics DCP 250kW, a device that can realize output voltages of up to 1200V.

The second innovation concerns the hardware area. Here, Siemens is introducing another Compact DC-DC Converter to the market in time for the SPS trade fair. The Sinamics DCP 250 kW is available now. This means that a total of three Compact DC-DC Converters are available for connecting batteries or ultracaps to an industrial drive system. With the Sinamics DCP 250kW, Siemens offers a device with which output voltages of up to 1200V can be realized. The new device meets the increased requirements in the automotive industry and offers the optimal basis for the realization of test benches for electric vehicles. In terms of efficient energy use, DC controllers offer additional advantages: In the system network, the use of energy storage devices such as batteries can be used to smooth the load absorption from the grid. This eliminates load peaks in particular. Furthermore, braking energy can be made available in the DC system. With suitable system design, DC converters also require fewer conversion steps. Another advantage is the simplified feed-in from renewable energy sources such as photovoltaics.
The Sinamics DCP is a compact DC-DC converter that is ready for immediate use without additional engineering. Power expansion can also be easily implemented by connecting several Sinamics DCPs in parallel.
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Siemens Digital Industries (DI) is an innovation leader in automation and digitalization. Closely collaborating with partners and customers, DI drives the digital transformation in the process and discrete industries. With its Digital Enterprise portfolio, DI provides companies of all sizes with an end-to-end set of products, solutions and services to integrate and digitalize the entire value chain. Optimized for the specific needs of each industry, DI’s unique portfolio supports customers to achieve greater productivity and flexibility. DI is constantly adding innovations to its portfolio to integrate cutting-edge future technologies. Siemens Digital Industries has its global headquarters in Nuremberg, Germany, and has around 72,000 employees internationally.
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