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    Schneider Electric Celebrating A century of Innovation and Leadership – TeSys 100 Years

    For a century, TeSys motor controls have driven the industry with innovations in motor protection, monitoring, and control. It started with the invention of the industry’s first BAR contactor in 1924, followed by the first enclosed motor starter, the first modular contactor, and the first modular three-in-one motor starter. Today, the TeSys name is synonymous with best-in-class safety and reliability, plug-and-play architecture, and flexible functionality. And now, as digitization heralds a new era of motor control performance and capability, TeSys is ready to lead the industry again.

    Advancing motor control performance. Again.

    New TeSys motor control solutions leverage digitization and electrification to enable load management, source management, and preventive maintenance while lowering the total cost of ownership for customers and end users. From the design and build phase through operation and maintenance, TeSys provides a holistic lifecycle solution that advances advanced asset management and energy efficiency.

    Industry-leading protection with built-in arc flash safeguards and complete cybersecurity

    Best-in-class reliability with proven functionality built on 100 years of experience in protection relays

    Ease of installation, use, and maintenance with simple integration and engineering reducing total cost of ownership

    Advanced connectivity with digital tools to make everyday operation simpler

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    TeSys 100 Years

    The benefits customers are looking for

    With the right combination of new motor control technologies, OEMs and end users can achieve significant business benefits, including:

    Reduced carbon emissions: Electrifying and digitizing motor operations can reduce energy consumption by up to 30%, dramatically decreasing carbon emissions in energy-intensive industries.

    High efficiency: New high-efficiency components like contactors and variable frequency drives (VFDs) help boost overall electrical system efficiency.

    Increased power availability: Digitizing motor controls enables remote monitoring of power load and power quality data, facilitating diagnostics and fixes, allowing predictive maintenance, and improving production continuity.

    Enhanced safety: Motor-related applications can include both operator and device safety components such as motor start and stop controls, safety controllers, and safety interlock switches.

    Better price performance: Optimized motor management can deliver a 20% return on investment, 30% reduction in solution costs, and four-times faster recovery time after a motor stop.2 Smart motor systems can prolong motor lifetimes, as well.

    2 Based on Schneider Electric internal field studies