Motor control center is a collection of either one or more sections enclosed and has a common power bus. These centers play an eminent role in increasing productivity and minimizing the operating costs. Furthermore, motors control centers can efficiently integrate production and business networks with field equipment. Widely accepted in manufacturing units today, they provide paramount protection coupled with intelligent monitoring as well as diagnostic capabilities from motor management relay.
Need for cost effective solution, to reduce downtime as well as equipment damage is the key driver of the market. Furthermore, growth in industrial automation and continuous upgradation in the power infrastructure are likely to contribute to the growth of the market. Emerging economies including but not limited to India, United Kingdom, Germany and Brazil would provide greater opportunities. Continuous technological advancements as well as discoveries in communication network would keep the future of the market robust.
The motor control centers market is segmented based on type, voltage, component, end user and geography. Types covered in the market research report are conventional and intelligent. Based on voltage the market is segmented as low and medium. Components assessed during the study include overload relays, circuit breakers & fuses, soft starters, busbars and variable speed drives. The end-user discussed in the report industrial and commercial. Regions such as North America, Europe, Asia -Pacific and LAMEA are expected to observe tremendous growth in the future.
The key market players active in the motor control centers market are ABB, Siemens, GE, Rockwell Automation, Sun-Tech Engineers, Mitsubishi, Gemco Controls, Vidyut Control India Private and WEG.
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MOTOR CONTROL CENTERS MARKET KEY SEGMENTS
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