F.K. Electra has over 20 years' experience in delivering comprehensive temporary power solutions. It provides its customers with state-of-the-art control and monitoring equipment.
F.K. Electra's comprehensive power control technologies range from basic switchboards to custom power management systems.
F.K. Electra provides a unique monitoring and control system that enables monitoring and control of each generator through the internet and/or cellular communication networks.
In order to provide the best possible solution for each customer, F.K. Electra uses a wide range of systems for control, monitoring and synchronization panels, including those produced by DEIF, CRE, Deep Sea and Woodward Genset.
F.K. Electra designs and manufactures a variety of tailor-made generator control, monitoring and synchronization panels, including:
- Panels for the manual or automatic operation of diesel generators
- Synchronization and load distribution panels for the synchronization of multiple generators and their connection to the local power grid
- Control and synchronization systems for temporary power plants powered by diesel, gas or heavy fuel oil (HFO)
F.K. Electra's generator control systems design team includes experts with more than 40 years' experience in the field. F.K. Electra has designed control panels for many utility companies, including communication companies, airports, ports and railway authorities.
When designing an emergency power solution, the complex activities and unique requirements of each individual installation must be carefully considered. Furthermore, power plants and power generators typically have to adjust to accommodate varying loads and allow remote monitoring and control, while seamlessly operating in conjunction with local power authorities and interfacing with customers via different protocols.
With extensive proven experience in serving power plants, F.K. Electra has the expertise to deal with all utilities and protocols. Our SCADA-based control systems enable operators to monitor and control each generator and its specific engine parameters, such as oil pressure and water temperature, while also monitoring related systems, like fuel systems, main substation circuit breakers, and energy output.