Toyota Discovers Method to Drastically Cut Electricity Cost in India (1)

It became possible to operate private generators only in the case of a long power outage such as planned power outage. Moreover, the flickering of lighting apparatuses seems to have disappeared. Furthermore, the number of failures of the control boards of manufacturing equipment decreased by about 80% probably because voltage was stabilized and is less likely to exceed a specified value.

Toyota Discovers Method to Drastically Cut Electricity Cost in India (1)

Two manufacturing subsidiaries of Toyota Industries Corp succeeded in drastically reducing electricity cost. They introduced power electronics devices to their manufacturing plants and can recoup ...

Fri 9 Nov 18 from Tech-On

Toyota Discovers Method to Drastically Cut Electricity Cost in India (2)

However, for some products manufactured in a factory, private generators cannot be used as a backup power source. When power supply from a grid stops due to a power failure, manufacturing equipment ...

Fri 9 Nov 18 from Tech-On

Toyota Discovers Method to Drastically Cut Electricity Cost in India (3)

It became possible to operate private generators only in the case of a long power outage such as planned power outage. Moreover, the flickering of lighting apparatuses seems to have disappeared. ...

Fri 9 Nov 18 from Tech-On

Toyota Discovers Method to Drastically Cut Electricity Cost in India (4)

The UPS system is connected to the 433V power source. For each manufacturing equipment whose power supply voltage is 200V, a step-down transformer was introduced.

Fri 9 Nov 18 from Tech-On

TMEIC to Realize 'Zero Energy Factory' in India (1)

Toshiba Mitsubishi-Electric Industrial Systems Corp (TMEIC) will turn a power electronics manufacturing plant that its Indian subsidiary started to operate in 2017 near Bangalore, India, into ...

Thu 8 Nov 18 from Tech-On

TMEIC to Realize 'Zero Energy Factory' in India (2)

Since April 2018, when the factory started stable operation, the power consumption of the whole factory has been about 100,000kWh per month.

Thu 8 Nov 18 from Tech-On

TMEIC to Realize 'Zero Energy Factory' in India (3)

TMEIC aims to make the factory the model of an "advanced factory equipped with power electronics devices," said TMEIC's Executive Officer and Vice President Akira Kawaguchi of the Power Electronics ...

Thu 8 Nov 18 from Tech-On

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