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  • Motor Control Electronics Handbook
    Motor Control Electronics Handbook. This up-to-the-minute guide provides you with motor control fundamentals and progressive design tips, as well as the latest in electronics technology.
  • The Basics of Motor Selection
    The Basics of Motor Selection? whitepaper is written to assist readers in the motor selection and customization process. Focusing on four electric motor types (AC Induction, PMDC, Universal and Brushless DC) Groschopp engineers meticulously outline the motor selection process including; drawbacks
  • Electric Motor Handbook
    Electric Motor Handbook. Written for professionals who work in electric motors, this covers updated traction applications, the latest on solid-state motor-drive controllers, electrical and mechanical parameters, specifications, shapes, performance, protection, and more.
  • Motor Success Story
    A leading consumer goods manufacturer developed a fully automated line for the motor of their product.
  • QVE00112 for Motor Control Circuits
    This article discusses the benefits of using an advanced Optical Interrupter for Motor Control
  • Electronic Motor Diagnostics
    This paper will review electric motor diagnostic applications, including motor circuit analysis and motor current signature analysis. In particular, the paper will focus on how the data is used, what capabilities are available, and how the technologies work with infrared analysis. Several case
  • Motor Pulley Selection Chart
    Frequently questions arise concerning the selection of the proper motor pulley to get the required. pump performance. Here are charts which show the available motor pulley sizes with the respective pump RPM that. each motor pulley will deliver as well as the total pump output in G.P.M.
  • Is Your Motor Overrated?
    When buying a standard, off the shelf motor, it can be difficult to find the correct motor size and performance for a given application. The natural reaction is to err on side of "bigger is better" so at the very least the motor will get the job done. This can lead to several different problems.

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