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Yaskawa Electric and Motoman combine to form Yaskawa America

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Motoman Inc. and Yaskawa Electric America, Inc. announced today that they will combine to form Yaskawa America, Inc. The Motoman Inc. operations, headquartered in Dayton, Ohio, will form the Motoman Robotics Division of Yaskawa America; the Yaskawa Electric America, Inc. operations, headquartered...

Yaskawa Acquires 25-Year Partner Wermac

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With a View to Gaining More Leverage in the Oil and Gas Market, Yaskawa America Acquires Wermac Electric

Product roundup: the latest in motors and drives

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Drives and motors push the lifeblood raw materials and products that keep the process industries alive.

Resource guide: motors and drives turn on process industries

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Our latest guide delivers white papers, tutorials, videos and more from Omega, Rockwell, ABB, Yaskawa, and others

Gentlemen, Control Your Motors

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On January 2014, Our Editors Tackle the Latest Motor Innovations. See Them Here!

Multi-Pulse Rectifier Solutions for Input Harmonics Mitigation

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The Yaskawa E7,F7,G7, and P7-series drives above 30HP have a built-in DC link choke as a standard easily mitigating input current harmonics. This paper introduces general features and advantages of Yaskawa's multi-pulse solutions that include 12-pulse and 18-pulse rectifier topologies.

Passive Techniques for Reducing Input Current Harmonics

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Events over the last several years have focused attention on certain types of loads on the electrical system that result in power quality problems for the user and utility alike. Equipment which has become common place in most facilities including computer power supplies, solid state lighting ...

2019 Readers' Choice Awards: Final Control Elements

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2019 Readers' Choice Awards results are in, here's a peek at the winners in the Final Control Elements category.

Present State and a Futuristic Vision of Motor Drive Technology

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One of the main driving force behind the industrial revolution was the invention of the electric motor more than a century ago. Its widespread use for all kinds of mechanical motion has made life simple and has ultimately aided the advancement of human kind. The advent of the inverter that ...

Do You Really Need to Train Them On...Everything?

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Many Times Training Classes Are Ineffective because They Lack a True Training Objective

Evaluation of an Alternate Soft Charge Circuit for Diode Front End Variable ...

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Variable Frequency Drives (VFDs) with diode rectifier front end are typically equipped with a resistorcontactor arrangement to limit the inrush current into the dc bus capacitors, thereby providing a means for soft charging the dc bus capacitors. Because of the mechanical nature of the magnetic ...

A Hybrid 18-Pulse Rectification Scheme for Diode Front End Variable Frequency...

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Diode rectifier with large DC bus capacitors, used in the front ends of Variable Frequency Drives (VFDs), draw discontinuous current from the power system resulting in current distortion and hence voltage distortion. Typically, the power system can handle current distortion without showing signs ...

Motor drives "hunt" for success

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MalAsia strikes drive manufacturers, but motion control is stepping up, according to CONTROL Senior Technical Editor Rich Merritt's Product Roundup of motor drives and motion control devices.

Resource Guide: Drives and motors turn up value

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Our monthly resource guide is compiled by Executive Editor Jim Montague. This month, we explore getting the most from drives and motors.

Pressure

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Control’s Monthly Resource Guide. This Month, Covering Pressure

Soft Starters versus VFDs

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VFDs Provide Many Advantages Over Soft Starters, but They Cost More and Are Less Efficient

Lifecycle Cost Definitions

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Explaining Commonly Used Lifecycle Cost Terminology

Product RoundUp: Motors and drives refuse to stand still

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Some of the most recent refinements and innovations in motors and drives are enabling them to serve in increasingly challenging applications and harsh environments

Ethernet: What’s new and what’s next?

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Protocol organizations report progress toward proficiency in process control applications.

General Purpose Permanent Magnet Motor Drive without Speed and Position Sensor

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1. Power consumption by electric motors<br> Worldwide, about two-thirds of the electricity is consumed by motors used in powers industrial facilities. According to DOE report, the motor systems are responsible for 63% of all electricity consumed by U.S. industry and electric bill represents more ...

Product Roundup: Jump into the Flow

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Get the Tools You Need to Move and Measure Your Liquids, Gasses and Slurries Here

High Slip Braking Software

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Applicable Product: V1000, A1000, E7, F7, G7, and P7<br> (V/f Motor Control Method)</p> <p>The techniques for braking of high inertial loads to a stop traditionally involved either Dynamic Braking or DC Injection Braking technology.</p> <p>This article examines a new load-braking alternative ...

High Slip Braking Software

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HIGH-SLIP BRAKING SOFTWARE PUTS THE BRAKES ON TRADITIONAL LOAD-BRAKING METHODS WITHOUT EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT<br> The techniques for braking of high inertial loads to a stop traditionally involved either Dynamic Braking or DC Injection Braking technology.</p> <p>This article examines a new ...

Understanding the Concepts Behind Short Circuit Current Ratings (SCCR)

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The date of January 1, 2005 sits vividly in the minds of manufacturers within the industrial control panel field. That's because that's the day when the National Fire Protection Association's (NFPA) National Electrical Code (NEC) 2005 Article 409 officially went into effect. The code required ...

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