American Clean Power Association
Wade Barton, Member Relations Manager
Tel (202) 304-8150

Paul Bascomb, Account Manager
Tel (202) 249-7356

Bachmann electronic Corp.  

Charlestown,  MA 
United States
  • Booth: 2400

Revolutionize your turbine productivity with Bachmann.

Bachmann electronic increases customer productivity through a complete offering of powerful and flexible automation solutions. We connect wind energy providers to their turbines faster, safer and more securely. Our smart, scalable automation technology is backed by 50 years of integrated engineering experience. From intelligent hardware and software to proactive predictive maintenance and pure-web visualization HMI and SCADA, Bachmann customers enjoy lower costs and higher productivity.

Brands: Wind Energy 5.0, M1-System, Wind Power SCADA, atvise, M-Target, web MI, Smart power plant controller, Ω-Guard® CMS, WebLog, Blade montoring CLS300


  • M1 Controller System
    Controller Engineering - Multicore Technology - I/O and Technology Modules - Grid Monitoring and Protection...

  • Bachmann's automation portfolio is ideally suited for wind turbine operation. Highly modular and scalable processor modules (CPUs) and I/Os provide the ideal foundation for controller engineering in every turbine class. State-of-the-art, multicore processors are perfect for high-performance applications, such as highly dynamic control tasks and integrated CMS, leading to enhanced security and future expandability.
  • CMS – Modules and Sensors
    Better monitoring, fewer failures...

  • Whether you need a complete condition monitoring system or individual sensor technologies, retrofit or plant installed, we offer the solution required. 

    Ensuring high operational availability requires a comprehensive maintenance strategy consistent with the machinery design. Heavy mechanical systems (power trains, gears, prime movers and bearings) are an area where condition monitoring can provide a significant cost benefit to the all the stakeholders, due to the high cost implications of failure. 

    A continuous and, if possible, automatic monitoring of the mechanical systems is the ideal solution to provide forewarning of fault conditions, allowing time for planning of component exchange and avoiding the risk of consequential damage and long downtimes associated with unexpected failures. Vibration Analysis has long been recognised as a very versatile technique for condition monitoring.