Cummins (NYSE:CMI) has announced the addition of two new Digital Master Controls (DMC) to their suite of PowerCommand® power system paralleling products. The new DMC2000 and DMC6000 will complement the already-existing DMC8000 by offering integrated control solutions that meet market demand for a wide range of site designs where the completely customizable DMC8000 exceeds site specifications. The DMC2000 and DMC6000 are pre-engineered, pre-designed, and scalable and will broaden the scope of Cummins Power Generation’s industry-leading commercial offerings.
“By adding the DMC2000 and DMC6000 to our line of power system controls, we can now offer the proven excellence of the DMC8000 for wide spectrum of power system applications. For customers designing simple power systems, the DMC2000 and DMC6000 are available with a faster lead-time and are priced competitively compared to the custom-built DMC8000” said Wissam Balshe, Director of the Cummins Power Generations Systems & Controls Business.
The new products provide comprehensive design flexibility, control modularity, enhanced user interface experience, and more than 1,200 failure scenarios that have been analyzed, tested and mitigated to ensure complete power control. “We performed extensive factory prototype testing to ensure rigorous, failure-mode response DMCs to provide best-in-class performance, resiliency, and system uptime in any potentially disruptive scenario” continued Balshe. Below is a table of the new PowerCommand DMC portfolio and important specifications:
“Our market knowledge and engineering expertise, combined with more than 100 years of experience providing power generation solutions for multiple applications globally, are incorporated into every level of the DMC software design” said Gino Butera, Cummins Power Generation leader and Vice President of Power Systems Business.
PowerCommand controls are available in thousands of applications including electric generation and distribution systems, industrial plants, data centers, commercial buildings, hospitals, wastewater treatment plants, transportation systems, pipeline stations, and more.