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29 to 31 May 2018

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Stand no.: C03-18 Norges Varemesse, Lillestrøm, Norway

Returning to yet another Eliaden exhibition, DEIF welcomes you on stand C03-.18 from 29 to 31 May 2018 at Norges Varemesse in Lillestrøm.

At the show, we’ll reveal how we can improve the efficiency of your power application. We’re ready to tell you all about critical and hybrid power control, including our new remote monitoring concept and the Multi-line 300 controller platform which will come to make external PLCs unnecessary.
Altogether, we call it: POWER EFFICIENCY.

On show this year

Hybrid microgrids on land: Solar production forecasting for optimised plant operation

Hybrid power management with preconfigured HMIs capable of reading the sky! DEIF’s power management solutions are capable of handling hybrid stations combining for instance solar and diesel power. They’re all based on the scalable, flexible and modular ASC Automatic Sustainable Controller which supports multiple operating modes including Off-grid, Grid-tied, and Combination (Off-grid/Grid-tied) and interfaces to a wide range of sustainable power sources, including PV inverters, battery inverters and wind turbines. The ASC-4 also supports short-term weather forecasting systems. This will optimise your output while reducing maintenance costs.

Read more about DEIF’s hybrid microgrid solutions

Critical power: Protect your assets from power blackouts

Did you know that the average cost of a data centre outage has steadily increased from $505,502 in 2010 to $740,357 today? That’s an increase of 38%! Outages have many causes, some of which are very hard to avoid. A surprise to many, however, the root cause of a stunning 22 % of all unplanned outages is human error. Human error today is the second-largest single cause of error, only surpassed by UPS system failures.

Drop by to learn how DEIF counters this with fully automatic and redundant critical power management and how our new ALC can help you manage the loads when you reach the generation limit without using the PLCs.

Read more about critical power

Standard or complex marine power control

Did you realise that marine & offshore power technology has already changed? Cutting your costs, increasing your flexibility and simplifying daily operations, DEIF’s new engine and genset control platform – called Multi-line 300 (ML 300) – is a real game changer in the marine and offshore industry!

Come learn what the future has in store for you when it comes to generator paralleling and protection for PLC-based systems or power management control solutions. This includes our most recent software release which is prepared for Codesys support enabling you to stop using external PLCs.

Marine hybrid power applications

DEIF develops and delivers astonishing simple to advanced solutions for marine hybrid applications. These include battery solutions, variable speed solutions and DC-bus solutions. They all hold the potential to reduce your costs for fuel and maintenance. Reducing fuel consumption also means reduced harmful exhaust emissions.

Read more about DEIF’s marine hybrid solutions

Remote monitoring: Supervise your equipment remotely

Predict mishaps and react instantly to reduce downtime and costs! Designed, developed and tested in the field, DEIF Insight is the Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT) extension of our products. The responsive remote monitoring service uses advanced and secure cloud data management and gives access to data from all your units. This helps you locally or globally to improve power management and solve problems within minutes. DEIF Insight works on smartphones, tablets and laptops. 

Read more about Insight


Looking forward to hopefully seeing you at DEIF’s stand C03-18, don’t hesitate to contact us for further information or to book a meeting at, or see our detailed product presentations and technical documentation.

See the complete list of exhibitions DEIF will be attending in 2018.