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Cooper Power Systems has introduced its CL-7 regulator controls. Available in both single- and multi-phase versions, the smart-grid-ready CL-7 regulator controls are able to easily integrate into an existing system, providing monitoring, communications and voltage regulation of all three phases, according to the company.

Cooper Power Systems says the CL-7 is specifically suited for remote operation and retrieval of field measurement data for analysis by way of integrated volt/VAR applications. It integrates with a variety of communication radios, radio networks, SCADA and modems, and is available radio-ready.

“Our new CL-7 regulator controls are a direct response to the industry’s desire to increase efficiency in energy delivery and improve overall productivity,” says Mark Thurman, president of Cooper Power Systems. “These truly scalable regulator controls use selectable control strategies and communications so our end users can get the most out of their systems.”



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