Hydro generators with new DVo regulator

Two new hydro generators will soon be on route from our factory in Arzignano, Italy, to Bad Ems in Germany where they will be connected to a vertical Kaplan turbine producing clean energy from water.

The two new generators have been equipped with our new D-Vo voltage regulator, launched by the company in March at the MEE 2019 event in Dubai.

D-Vo is an electronic microprocessor-based device that controls the operating electrical parameters of synchronous generators and can be interfaced and programmed using the standard Modbus communication protocol and a proprietary PC application, supplied by Marelli Motori.

Our customer specifically requested the synchronous machines be supplied with D-Vo to comply with Germany’s grid code requirements. 

The new D-Vo regulator is a standard feature on all our generators ≥800 frame size and all HV generators, but it is also compatible with any Marelli Motori generator like these 2 MJT 400 MB8 models pictured below (390kVA, 400V, 50Hz, 750rpm).

For more information, please download our flyer and spec. sheet, or contact your sales representative at Find your sales contact.

About Marelli Motori

Marelli Motori is a leading manufacturer of electric motors and generators. Founded in northern Italy in 1891, the company enjoys worldwide brand recognition in the marine, oil & gas, power generation, co-generation and other industrial sectors.

Marelli Motori employs around 900 people and operates extensive manufacturing facilities in Italy and Malaysia with its own subsidiaries in the United States, Germany, the UK and South Africa and has an extended sales, distribution and service network across four continents, supplying its technologically advanced products in more than 120 countries.

About Langley

Langley Holdings plc is a globally operating, multi-disciplined engineering and industrial manufacturing concern, principally providing capital equipment technologies to diverse markets around the world. Langley businesses are either outright market leaders or occupy strong niche positions in their respective fields, providing advanced technologies in a solutions-based approach.

The group was established in 1975 by the current Chairman, Mr Tony Langley, and remains in family ownership. Prior to the acquisition of Marelli, the group comprised 5 divisions based in Germany, France, and the UK, with a substantial presence in the United States and more than 80 subsidiaries in the Americas, Europe, the Far East and Australasia, employing around 4,300 people worldwide. www.langleyholdings.com

To download the Langley group’s latest IFRS Annual Report & Accounts, click here.