The scope of Mitsubishi Electric systems and solutions helping to improve peoples' quality of life is impressively broad. From superconducting magnets to public administration systems, large-scale visual information systems and water systems for the social infrastructure, our innovative technologies are providing benefits in wide-ranging areas of society.
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Mitsubishi Electric manufactures high quality uninterruptible power supplies to protect mission-critical data centers and equipment during times of power instability and is globally recognized for innovation and excellence, and dedicated to staying at the forefront of technology. We provide reliable, environmentally-friendly UPS systems to ensure uptime, prevent data loss and protect against power surges and outages.
Superconductivity is characterized by zero electrical resistance at very low temperatures. It enables efficient energy use in numerous fields by preventing energy loss, by producing a high magnetic field, and by facilitating the downsizing of equipment. Mitsubishi Electric manufactures various types of electric magnets that apply the superconductivity phenomenon, and strives to meet every customer's needs.
Photo: RIKEN An SRC (superconducting ring cyclotron) employing a powerful superconducting magnet manufactured by Mitsubishi Electric.
A superconducting magnet for generating a powerful magnetic field. Mitsubishi Electric has a successful track record gained from experience in many large research accelerator projects. We are applying our innovative, high-performance superconducting magnets to contribute to the world of scientific research into, experimental high-energy physics and nuclear fusion.
Doppler Lidar system transmits laser beams, receives the light backscattered by aerosols such as dust and other particles in the air, and measures the line-of-sight component of wind speed using the Doppler frequency shift of the backscattered light. Since a Doppler Lidar system can measure the distance between the lidar and particles in the air utilizing the roundtrip time of backscattered light, unlike conventional anemometers, wind direction and speed can be measured remotely.