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Look at targeted maintenance for variable frequency drive upkeep

Return on investment on a variable frequency drive goes up if the drive lasts for a long time

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A Unified Approach to Safety

Safety can mean different things for different people, and there are many languages to safety. That’s why it’s key for safety professionals to periodically focus on the basics.
 

Podcast: Dealing with harmonics in an electrical system

Power quality and harmonics are issues electrical engineers must factor in when designing electrical systems with motors, drives or other equipment that cause distortion.

Power quality, harmonics: How to select a variable frequency drive (VFD)

Part 2: Understand the advantages of 36-pulse input drive topology in medium-voltage (MV) motor applications and how medium-voltage VFD design mitigates harmonics and improves power quality.

Yaskawa Earned NFSB Triple Crown Award for Exceptional Service

Organizations who annually earn all three NFSB Awards receive NFSB Triple Crown status for continuously exceeding customer expectations.

The latest digital transformation (DX) initiatives

While most organizations are prioritizing DX efforts, few have fully leveraged cloud and artificial intelligence (AI) technologies so essential to DX operational efficiencies. Now, that could be changing.

How to choose a VFD for medium-voltage motors

Understand the advantages of multi-level output drive topology in medium voltage (MV) motor applications. Motor insulation reliability and reflected waves: What to consider when selecting a variable frequency drive (VFD).

Vote for Yaskawa: Leadership in Engineering Awards 2024

Voting is now open for Design World's 2024 Leadership in Engineering award!

More answers on software tools you need when working with AC drives (VFDs)

Yaskawa’s Michael Hall joined Control Engineering for a November 16 webcast on software tools for working with AC drives (VFDs). Questions submitted by the audience that were not answered during the live event are provided.