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Common VFD and Motor Driven System Misapplications

Event date: 7/19/2023 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM Central

Sponsored by Nidec Motor Corporation

   Member: FREE
   Non-member: $99 per site


Nidec Motor Corp. sponsor logoPresented by Matthew Conville, MBA, PE

Variable frequency drives (VFDs) are more common than ever before.  Sometimes when a VFD is introduced into a motor driven system, system reliability suffers.  This webinar will address some of the common factors that reduce motor driven system reliability and how to correct them.   

  • Common failures in VFD motor driven systems 
  • How these failures can be corrected 
  • Questions to ask to before implementing a VFD to maintain system reliability 

This webinar is intended for inside sales, outside sales, sales managers, engineering, and field service technicians. 

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