Industry: Electrical Press Releases

Here Comes The Electric Transformer Revolution

Conventional transformers function on the induction coil principle that was invented by Michael Faraday in the 1830s. This technique relies on primary and secondary windings (solenoid) around a core. Electromagnetic flux generated by the primary winding on the core induces electric current in the secondary winding. The newly invented Non Solenoid Electric Transformer (NOSET) IS based on electric current flux that occurs within a mixture of semiconductors and conductors. NOSET invented has made this information public in book available at

All-New Kelvinator Launches Eco-Coolers

Kelvinator, a global name in home appliances, is a trusted brand synonymous with Quality, Longevity and Unmatched Performance. Known for its category-defining cooling technologies, Kelvinator has been credited with the inventions of many a "New Technologies". With its global foot-print in the USA, Australia, South America, Hong Kong, Middle-East, Far-East and India, Kelvinator is expanding fast across several products.

SenSet Field Programmability Trademarked by Alliance Sensors Group

Alliance Sensors Group is pleased to announce its "SenSet Field Programmability" technology is now a standard feature in its LV, MR-7 and ME-7 linear position product lines. SenSet allows a user to perform a field calibration to adjust for mechanical tolerance variations with the ease of pushing a button or grounding a lead, reducing set up time and cost of ownership.

Ecolution Products Excited by Tie-Up With KACO New Energy

UK based Ecolution Products recently announced the addition of inverters from Germany's KACO new energy to its product range. Both companies were excited about the opportunities from offering KACO's high quality and advanced equipment to Ecolution's UK customers.

Northwire - NWI Lab360's Next Gen Electric Vehicle Cable Charges Into the Future

Northwire, Inc. (NWI) offers a family of reliable hybrid and electric vehicle charging cables featuring power, signal, data and fiber custom composite options in any AWG size to suit all electric vehicle applications in today's market. While NWI's current EV cable suite is compatible with commercial and residential charging applications, their Next Gen EV will include the same benefits and expand the geographic scope with the C-UL-US Mark that indicates compliance with both Canadian and US requirements. Northwire's Next Gen EV cable will also feature a cold temperature impact rating of -40°C.