Electric Power Systems
Control Systems & Power Distribution Panels
Drawing on outstanding software development and electronics application technologies, Kitashiba offers systems for the monitoring and power management of electric equipment.
High-voltage and ultra-high-voltage cubicles and switchgears
Backed by a proven track record in the installation of many cubicles and switchgears, Kitashiba offers highly reliable power receiving and transforming systems.
Cooler control systems
Kitashiba offers cooling systems for thyristor valves for AC-DC conversion and controllers for the cooling systems for insulating oil and SF6 gas in transformers.
Digital grid protection relay systems
The software-based digital protection relay system disconnects a transmission line or an electric system from the power grid or issues an alarm in the event of detection of any faulty condition.
Rectifier panels and control systems for generator excitation systems
Kitashiba offers rectifier panels that supply DC excitation power to a generator as well as excitation control systems that issue commands to the rectifier panel to optimally control the voltage supplied to the generator. Kitashiba has an extensive track record in the installation of rectifier panels for major generators in Japan. Kitashiba’s rectifier panels provide high reliability due to the redundant configurations of the main circuit and cooling fan. Kitashiba’s excitation control systems are high-performance, high-reliability digital systems suitable for static exciter (direct thyristor excitation) and brushless excitation systems.
Analog and digital hydroelectric power generation control systems
Kitashiba’s hydroelectric power generation control systems support the monitoring, operation, control, and protection of an entire hydroelectric power plant. Kitashiba has an extensive track record in the installation of both analog and digital control systems, contributing to the dissemination of renewable energy.
Monitoring and control systems
Kitashiba offers systems for the monitoring, operation, control, and protection of power receiving and distribution facilities. Kitashiba’s monitoring and control systems provide visual representations of the entire facility, including high-voltage power receiving and transforming facilities.