The major types of wind power are:
- Utility-scale wind, wind turbines larger than 100 kilowatts are developed with electricity delivered to the power grid and distributed to the end user by electric utilities or power system operators;
- Distributed or “small” wind, which uses turbines of 100 kilowatts or smaller to directly power a home, farm or small business as it primary use;
- Offshore wind, which are wind turbines erected in bodies of water around the world, but not yet in the United States.
Engineered cables withstand the torsion and vibrations typically experienced in this rigorous environment. Custom cable assemblies that meet customer specifications offer ease of installation.
Signal Cables for monitoring control systems for
- Power Control
- Yaw System
- Pitch System
- Auxiliary System Control
Low-Voltage Control & Power Cables
ASG cables for wind turbines are built according to the IEC TC 88 Wind Turbines international standards. These standards address design requirements, engineering integrity, measurement techniques and test procedures. Their purpose is to provide a basis for design, quality assurance and certification. The standards are concerned with all subsystems of wind turbines, such as mechanical and internal electrical systems.