People and Training - Electrical Training

Digitizers with fully synchronous multi-channel acquisition

The LXI-based DN.649x series is designed for applications where a large number of signals need to... » more

LED retrofit kit expanded

The LED Linear Retrofit Assembly (LRA) option is designed for indoor and covered outdoor strip... » more

Technical college opens manufacturing innovation center

Greenville Technical College (GTC) has opened the Gene Haas Center for Manufacturing Innovation... » more

Self-regulating heating system for supply lines

The EasyHeat In-Pipe Self-regulating Heating System is designed to provide economical, reliable... » more

Appealing to the next generation of manufacturing workers

Manufacturers need to evolve to appeal to the millennial generation and help fill the skills gap... » more

The culture of successful leadership

Everything about business begins with people. » more

Electrical distribution, redefined

Technology improves safety, maintenance while limiting outages. » more

Precision levels for eliminating dog-legs

IDEAL Precision Levels are designed to eliminate dog-legs and to ensure that bent conduit lines up... » more

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Overview

Part 1 of the Motors and Drives Series describes key terminology surrounding motors and differences between general motor types, including: ac induction motors, dc motors, servo systems, and stepper motors.

AC Induction Motor--How It Works

Part 2 of the Motors and Drives Series details the advantages, disadvantages, and different components that make up a standard ac motor; a standard squirrel cage motor is highlighted.

DC Motor--Advantages and Disadvantages

Part 3 of the Motors and Drives Series details the advantages, disadvantages, and different components that make up a standard dc motor.

Stepper Motor--Advantages and Disadvantages

Part 4 of the Motors and Drives Series details the advantages, disadvantages, and different components that make up a standard stepper motor.

Servo Motors--Advantages and Disadvantages

Part 5 of the Motors and Drives Series details the advantages, disadvantages, and different components that make up a standard servo motor.

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White Papers

SPONSORED White Paper: The Top 8 Reasons to Choose...

Aging electrical infrastructure is an increasingly common issue.... » more

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Videos

Tailored, individualized production becoming the norm

Interview with Rod Emery, VP of RedViking,... » more

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How will your plant implement the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) strategies in 2016?
We already are using these on our plant floor and plan to expand
We are just implementing our first IIoT strategies
We are still evaluating IIoT strategies
We have no plans to implement IIoT strategies
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