Schneider Electric showcases connected energy management innovations at All Energy 2019


The innovative RN2d Ring Main Unit will be on show at stand J40 at the SEC Glasgow this May, plus smart connectivity demonstrations powered by the T300 Remote Terminal Unit

Schneider Electric, the leader in energy management and automation, will be showcasing the latest innovations in its Ringmaster series at All Energy 2019 at the SEC Glasgow between the 15th and 16th May.

The latest developments in the Schneider Electric Ringmaster series, including the RN2d Ring Main Unit, will be on show. This fourth generation of the Ringmaster series, launched at the end of 2018, boasts improved resilience, safety and reliability. They feature smart connectivity, with fully automated wireless control when paired with the T300 Remote Terminal Unit (RTU), which will also be on display at stand J40. Demonstrations of the two products working together, with wireless remote control via an iPad, will be ongoing throughout the day for attendees to watch.

The Schneider Electric range of Ringmaster products is ideal for medium-voltage applications and is designed to deliver optimal performance in harsh climatic and environmental conditions. Applications of the RN2d in the utilities sector include distributing power in factories and power plants, as well as servicing the energy needs of package substations.

“The energy sector is facing a multitude of challenges as we move towards a smarter grid and more active energy management.” said David Hall, Power Systems VP UK & Ireland at Schneider Electric. “We’re thrilled to be showcasing our best of breed Ring Main Units and connectivity-enhancing solutions at All Energy 2019 .”

The Ringmaster series is currently being deployed by a range of utilities stakeholders in 18 countries, from end users to electricity network operators.

Other Schneider Electric technologies on show at All Energy 2019 include the EVlink electric vehicle charging station and the Genie Evo series of medium voltage switchgear.