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KEB (UK) Ltd

Morris Close
Park Farm Industrial Estate
Wellingborough
NN8 6XF
United Kingdom

Telephone : 01933 402220
Fax : 01933 400724
Email : info@keb.co.uk
Web : www.keb.co.uk


Article archive for KEB (UK) Ltd;

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    NOA and HELIO put to the test at Smart Factory OWL hackathon workshop(09/05/2024)

    KEB Automation’s new HELIO HMI management system and NOA (Next Open Automation) IIoT and Edge platform, were put through their paces at the recent Smart Factory OWL workshop.

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    New firmware enables faster drive-to-drive communication(22/03/2024)

    The COMBIVERT F6 and S6 drive controllers from KEB Automation are now available with new firmware that includes a special highlight: CAN cross-communication. This means that plant and machine builders using the corresponding drives benefit from faster and more flexible communication between the inverters. Users can also utilise all process data-capable parameters.

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    Network communication choices(11/12/2023)

    It can often feel quite challenging to understand the variety of options available in network communications. We had the chance to chat with Mark Checkley, Managing Director of KEB, about the options that KEB offers its customers. So, if like the Publisher of DPA, network communication choices seem quite confusing to you, then this video gives really useful and worthwhile insight.

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    Digging deeper into energy saving with automation(31/07/2023)

    Energy costs continue to cripple industrial users, so looking at all aspects of saving energy is crucial. We talk to Mark Checkley, Managing Director of KEB Ltd, about the company's approach to helping customers achieve this.

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    KEB drive controllers monitor sub-mounted braking resistors(24/07/2023)

    When it comes to absorbing short-peak currents, braking resistors already mounted on the inverter are a good choice. However, when operating inverters, braking resistors can also become thermally overloaded – with costly consequences. A special feature in the COMBIVERT F6 drive controllers from KEB Automation solves this problem.

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    Motor makes music: KEB develops patented, sensorless, field-oriented control method(11/07/2023)

    A new encoderless, field-oriented control method (vector control) from KEB Automation provides users (maximum torque per ampere) with control over the entire speed range. This benefits servo drives for positioning applications, for example, where high concentricity is required, even at the lowest speeds.

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    Choosing a safe drive solution for woodworking machinery(30/06/2023)

    When it comes to material, surface and solid wood processing, choosing the right drive solution for the woodworking machine is critical. As different as the requirements for the drive controllers are, one topic is always important: ensuring the highest possible level of safety, says Mark Checkley, Managing Director of KEB UK.

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    KEB drive controllers make servo pumps more efficient(07/06/2023)

    Performance, pump protection and high-precision control without compromise – all this is provided by the servo pump control function integrated into KEB Automation’s drive controllers. In combination with KEB’s DL4 and TA series servo motors, they can also save energy.

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    KEB, Lenze and Weidmüller team up for greater energy efficiency(10/05/2023)

    Industry accounts for 38 percent of energy consumption in Germany. One way to reduce energy consumption and conserve resources is to convert factories from alternating current (AC) to direct current (DC).

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    Choosing the best options for motion control(30/03/2023)

    Welcome to DPA's latest video interview! Today, I talk to Mark Checkley of KEB (UK) about the benefits of mechanical components & how manufacturers can choose the best motion control solution.

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    E-buses: How auxiliary drives protect the environment(17/01/2023)

    Conventional vehicles in urban traffic consume a large part of the energy for the auxiliary drives alone. In order to reduce emissions and costs, KEB Automation uses an inverter system for the electrification of air compressors, power steering pumps, and co. This enables buses to reach a new level of sustainability.

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    High-performance clutch reduces vehicle CO2 emissions(02/08/2022)

    How can fuel consumption and CO2 emissions of a vehicle be reduced? KEB Automation has addressed this question and developed an individually tailored solution: a new high-performance clutch with special performance features. 

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    Dynamic drive controllers help optimise performance and minimise downtime of shredding machines(11/03/2022)

    KEB Automation has supplied drive controllers, mains filters and chokes to Vecoplan, a specialist manufacturer of shredding machines used by the recycling industry. The COMBIVERT F6 drive controllers from KEB were selected due to their ability to deliver high-performance dynamics under harsh machine operating conditions.

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    KEB drive controllers help optimise servo-hydraulic press(01/03/2022)

    KEB Automation has supplied a variety of drive controllers from its COMBIVERT range, as well as Active Infeed Converters, to MS-Hydraulik, a servo-hydraulic press technology developer based in Hattingen, Germany.

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    Stepper motor vs servo motor: Which is right for your application?(04/01/2022)

    In today’s industrial marketplace, it can be confusing and challenging to choose the correct motor for an application. As well as all the different types of motor, the information provided on each is often either too basic or too technical to be helpful. In this article, Mike Keefe of KEB America explains the differences between stepper and servo motors, and when it is appropriate to use each technology.

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