Technical Articles

Solcon Solutions LLC has published these technical articles:

(Motor Controls and Drives)
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Moore's Law is hard at work, with silicon foundries churning faster-than-ever processors with every passing year. One may think that this tip the balance in favor of everything digital, but does it...
(Motor Starters and Accessories)
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Three-Phase Induction Motors rule the industrial and commercial sector due to their simple design, robustness and long-history of reliable operation. Once operational, the ease through which their...
(Motor Controls and Drives)
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Three-phase topology has become the norm of all industrial motors due to the operational and economic benefits they possess. The most notable advantage of a three-phase motor is its ability to start...
(Power Supply and Conditioning)
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Machine Builders and System Integrators are constantly innovating new ways to improve the operational efficiency of plant floors. These innovations are being driven by stringent regulations, tough...
(Motor Starters and Accessories)
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What happens when you want to use a three-phase motor but only have a single-phase power connection? Will it work?...
(Power Supply and Conditioning)
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Electric power systems can be split into three zones, generation, transmission and distribution. While the first two parts are almost exclusively following a three-phase design, the last one also...
(Motor Starters and Accessories)
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A Soft Starter is an electrical device that controls the applied voltage to a motor to control its acceleration. In industrial settings, induction motors are commonly used because of their ability to...
(Motor Starters and Accessories)
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Here we'll break down the distinct differences between soft starters and VFDs, the advantages and shortcomings of both, and hopefully help you decide which is the best fit for your business....
(Motor Starters and Accessories)
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An electric motor takes electrical energy as input and transforms it into rotational mechanical energy that is delivered at the output. Motors may either by AC or DC, and can further be split into...