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  • Industrial Motor Control Application
    the speed of motors installed in any industrial environment. Airbee developed the motor control application over its Airbee-ZNS development platform. The application comprised a 4-node mesh network topology that controlled the operation of two motors.
  • Considerations for Selecting Littelfuse MOVs and Fuses for Industrial Motor Applications (.pdf)
    include medium and heavy motors. Transient over-voltage suppression in these applications typically require Industrial Metal Oxide Varistors (MOVs) for induced lightning surges or for switching transients created by the motor itself.These situations demand that the MOV ratings match the surges found
  • Extended Temperature Range Motors FAQ
    , the insulation melts and the wires in the winding short to undesirable locations. Typical industrial motors have class B insulations which melt at 130° C. Upgraded motors include class F (155° C), Class H (180° C) and Class 220 (220° C).
  • EPACT & Energy Efficient Electric Motors
    Today is truly an exciting and challenging time for specifiers, buyers, users and manufacturers of industrial electric motors. It is a time of change in the motor industry rivaled, in recent times, only by the introduction of re-rated "T" frame motors in the 1960s. But there is a difference between
  • Industrial Hygiene Monitoring with a Portable GC
    During the seventies and eighties, considerable effort was focused on worker protection in industrial environments such as chemical plants (vinyl chloride, benzene), hospitals (ethylene oxide), and particularly hazardous waste sites. In fact, EPA's Superfund program was one of the largest
  • Safe and Accurate Isolated Current Sensing in Motor Control using Optically Isolated Sigma-Delta Modulators
    In Industrial motor or servo control applications, accurate current measurement is a critical as part of the control loop. Not only has the current measurement need to be as accurate as possible, it also needs to be safe and reliable. Industrial Motor or servo control systems usually contains high
  • DC Motors
    Industrial applications use direct current motors because the speed-torque relationship can be varied to almost any useful form -- for both motor and regeneration applications in either direction of rotation. Continuous operation of dc motors is commonly available over a speed range of 8:1
  • Mighty motors
    Permanent-magnet synchronous motors eliminate gearboxes. Vice President and General Manager Industrial applications requiring high torque at low speeds typically use synchronous motors with reducers. Induction motors generate plenty of torque, but not at low speeds. However, new synchronous motor
  • Industrial networking: Intelligence from the ground up
    Industrial Ethernet is moving from theory to reality. Knowledge is power. That's why manufacturers worldwide are spending billions of dollars annually on networked industrial control systems. Companies such as , and their many partners sell software for everything from enterprise-resource planning

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