ResTech is an Australian provider of research and development in electrical and electronic engineering to industry. ResTech is an avenue for industrial clients to access contemporary and fundamental knowledge to aid their research and development programs.
Located at the University of Newcastle, ResTech is a Registered Research Agency with the Australian Government. Our work is focussed on bridging the gap between academia and industry by providing commercially viable solutions.
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Variable Speed Drives generate high frequency currents that circulate through the cabled and physical earth. With standard earth leakage protection relays and electrical system assessments based only on consideration of faults driven by the supply system (50Hz), protection performance is unlikely to be adequate when variable speed drives are used in mining applications.
ResTech was commissioned by Aerogenesis Australia to provide electrical engineering expertise to assist with improving efficiencies of their range of small wind turbines.
This included input into the design of the electronic controller and electrical system to allow for the turbine to become commercially viable and operational.
ResTech recently completed a proof of concept video image processing system to automatically detect failure of a coal wagon to properly empty while over the dump station hopper.
Novecom recently introduced the QuattroSound directional noise monitor, the latest addition to their SentineX range of environmental monitoring solutions.
Burn Brite currently produce a wide range of fluorescent lighting products (battery and low voltage DC power, 240/110/32VAC devices in tube powers 6/18/30/36/56W). They also wind and use their own iron core ballasts and so have a combination of traditional iron core ballast and electronic ballast technology.
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