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MicroNex deployed in Fiji

MicroNex proudly announces the successful installation of its first international impressed current cathodic protection control system at Queens Wharf, Lautoka, Fiji. Led by Marine and Civil Maintenance, the cathodic protection rectification work at Fiji’s second-largest port underscores a pivotal collaboration in safeguarding major infrastructure assets outside of Australia.

Our cutting-edge solution features the new MicroNex PSU 100-15, boasting a robust 100A, 15V output. MicroNex PSU 100-15 is a fully isolated modular power supply unit with easy-to-use front control dials, integrated current and voltage display, and RS485 communication.  

This seven-zone system powers a water anode system, delivering a combined maximum output of 700 amps. Notably, the adaptable server rack unit was assembled on-site by MicroNex personnel in Fiji, effectively streamlining logistics and reducing associated transportation complexities and costs.

Marking a significant milestone, this installation represents MicroNex's first international permanent control system equipped with comprehensive remote monitoring and control capabilities. Delivered with a fully managed international SIM by MicroNex, this system exemplifies our commitment to providing innovative and integrated solutions to our clientele.

MicroNex extends its gratitude to Marine and Civil Maintenance for entrusting us with the opportunity to collaborate on this milestone project. We deeply appreciate the partnership and look forward to continuing to deliver excellence together in future endeavors.


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