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13 November 2018

Fluke has introduced two new motor drive analysers to simplify complex motor-drive troubleshooting. The portable Fluke MDA-510 and MDA-550 Motor Drive Analyzers save time and eliminate the hassle of setting up complex measurements, while simplifying the troubleshooting process.

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28 September 2018

Reported to reduce power consumption and operating cost by up to 30%, the new Leroy-Somer PLSES 4500 high-speed drip-proof induction motor is specifically designed for industrial refrigeration. 

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03 October 2018

A new electronic motor controller is now available for Rittal's RiLine Compact busbar system. It takes just a matter of seconds simply clip the controller onto the busbar. Easy wiring means installation costs are lower than for traditional electro-mechanical devices.

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24 September 2018

The Alfavert from Carpanelli is a simple and economic solution that, claims the company, revolutionises the performance of the single phase motor.

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19 September 2018

Now available from Martindale Electric, the new Drummond MTL15 Test Lamp is designed to extend safe isolation procedures into higher voltage applications.

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04 October 2018

SEW Eurodrive has launched an innovative new pick-up and delivery service for drive technology components from any manufacturer in need of checking or repair.

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13 September 2018

The integration of the power electronics in a brushless DC motor (BG motor) not only enables the motor to be controlled in a very simple and elegant manner, but also offers a large number of control algorithms that can be implemented, writes Dr. Bruno Basler, head of R&D predevelopment at Dunkermotoren.

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31 August 2018

Allied Motion Technologies will exhibit its latest product innovations, including Megaflux housed and frameless brushless direct drive torque motors at SPS IPC Drives.

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13 September 2018

Motion Control Products has introduced a new range of Coreless DC motors that, says the company, have some distinct advantages over standard DC motors. These include longer life expectancy, light weight, high acceleration, less vibration, less noise and operation at very low speeds.

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13 August 2018

With torque capabilities from 10 to 23000Nm and a simplified range of products based on various motor technologies, Leroy-Somer offers a wide choice of reliable and effective electromechanical drive solutions for extra performance and efficiency.

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13 August 2018

With monthly electricity bills in excess of £50,000, Engineering Manager at BioCity, the former Boots R&D centre in Nottingham city centre, Colin Whitelock consulted industrial energy efficiency experts from Luton based Dalroad Norslo to with the aim of reducing costs.

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13 August 2018

The iPOS4808 VX intelligent servo drive is a plug-in card from Technosoft’s iPOS line of drives that can control any DC brush, rotary/linear brushless, or step motor up to 400W.

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06 August 2018

In keeping with its commitment to centralise and streamline industrial automation and control, Unitronics has announced a new VFD line.

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13 August 2018

Nanotec now offers captive linear actuators with short design in sizes NEMA 11 (28mm) and NEMA 17 (42mm). With the LGA28 and LGA42 series, the overall length of the guide is just 10 mm longer than the working stroke, therefore they are particularly suitable for use in small installation spaces.

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17 July 2018

With the introduction of its EES37 single turn encoder and EEM37 multiturn encoders, Sick has completed its product portfolio for Hiperface DSL standard servo motor feedback systems, while achieving an important step forward for drive technology, particularly well-suited to robotics and packaging machinery designs.

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18 June 2018

Parker Hannifin has extended its AC30 series of variable speed AC drives up to 450kW output rating to cater for high power applications.

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14 June 2018

LinMot has announced a new advanced version of its combined Linear Rotary motor in a very compact form. The PR01 and PR02 series feature a linear motor, a rotary motor and force compensation for the vertical load mass integrated in a compact housing.

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11 June 2018

Portescap offers two more new length sizes under its ECT range of Ultra EC Brushless Slotless motors – the 35mm 22ECT35 and the 48mm 22ECT48. As well as offering higher torque capacity, the new 22ECT motors are light in weight and come in a compact package which helps in further miniaturisation of the customer application.

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20 June 2018

Developed for applications in modern, networked intralogistics systems, NORD Drivesystems’ NORDAC LINK series provides a convenient drive solution for flexible, decentralised installation.

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11 June 2018

When a utility company based in Saudi Arabia experienced operational problems with the starting hub of a critical synchronous motor drive (that the OEM deemed obsolete), Quartzelec was approached for technical support.

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FEATURES

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09 October 2018

In electric vehicles, renewable energy and energy efficient technologies, the need for reliability in testing to enhance safety, efficiency and performance has never been greater. Increasingly, electric vehicles and large-scale solar installations applications require the evaluation of larger-current devices. Yokogawa's new WT5000 precision power analyser meets these needs

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12 June 2018

Together with two of its subsidiaries, WEG has developed a complete drive with a synchronous motor at its core. The result: a powertrain based on a permanent magnet motor that can be customised precisely to customer needs. WG20 gear units and CFW11 variable speed drives complete the drive system

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24 April 2018

Control Techniques is launching a new 400V servo drive range within the Unidrive M family. Tentatively unveiled at the SPS show in Germany at the back end of 2017, and one of the early launches from the company since its purchase from Emerson Electric by Nidec, they were initially available in Germany and Italy, and are scheduled for UK launch summer 2018

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17 April 2018

The new WEG Motor Scan enables real-time monitoring of motors via a smart device App in order facilitate preventative and predictive maintenance, and so maximise uptime

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20 November 2017

Energy consumption is a major factor for most industries. From reducing the financial burden to minimising their environmental impact, companies are constantly seeking ways to increase efficiencies within their processing and manufacturing operations. This article from Invertek Drives looks at the role variable frequency drives can play in achieving this

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30 August 2017

The new SSW900 soft starter series from WEG provides gentle starting and stopping of three-phase induction motors along with comprehensive motor protection

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08 May 2017

While variable speed drives provide an important energy saving technology, Mitsubishi Electric’s Matt Handley questions how many of the installed base of drives are actually set up to run at their maximum efficiency

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20 February 2017

When Pro-Roll's 2-high rolling mill became increasingly unreliable, the specialist metal finisher turned to Softstart for a high duty digital soft starter, replacing an Edison liquid resistance starter that was installed when the mill was electrified in 1957

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09 January 2017

Modern electric motors may be more efficient and reliable than their ancestors, but they can still fail sometimes. Martin McGuffie, service manager of Euroserv, explains the three common causes of electric motor failure and how maintenance staff can reduce the impact equipment failure can have on business

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22 October 2016

In more demanding operating environments, it can be difficult for complex electronic assemblies to continue functioning correctly. Exposure to the elements such as moisture, salts, and corrosive chemicals such as oils or fuels take their toll, reports Andy Pye

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23 August 2016

Variable speed drives (VSDs) and soft starters can both be used to protect expensive equipment and extend the life of the motor and coupling devices. Andy Pye reviews information supplied by Fábio Gonçalez, European Automation manager at WEG and James Archer of Aucom

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24 June 2016

Europe’s first Dodge controlled start transmission (CST) drive system, is helping prevent repeated breakdowns of a 700m conveyor at a Norwegian mine, saving up to NOK 1 million ($120,000) in lost production each time.

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24 June 2016

The next phase of the Energy-related Products Directive (commonly referred to as ErP), which comes into force in January next year, is set to play a pivotal role in ensuring energy efficiency across the industrial and process sectors, as Mark McCall, product marketing manager at Newey & Eyre, explains

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22 April 2016

After bearing problems, electrical faults are the most common cause of motor failure. Yet many organisations ignore electrical testing when they select condition monitoring strategies for the motors that run their plants. Michael Herring, Channel and Platform development manager, Electric Motor Condition Monitoring at SKF explains why they shouldn’t

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04 March 2016

There are many misconceptions about motor starting. It is often believed that the start current of a motor under full voltage conditions depends on the driven load, but this is totally incorrect

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16 February 2016

Sixty years ago, when Raaco started manufacturing plastic drawers and mobile storage solutions in Nykøbing Falster, Denmark, pneumatic actuators were the technology of choice for injection moulding and semi-automatic welding line automation.

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11 January 2016

Permanent magnet brakes offer a safe, lower cost option for servo motors

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01 January 2016

As any regular reader of CDA will know, when it comes to drive technology energy efficiency is one of the biggest issues to be addressed.

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15 December 2015

Development work by leading manufacturers is centring on the customisation of both the mechanical and electronic elements of electric motors, as well as the advancement of high efficiency motors. Furthermore, the introduction of special inverters, frequency converters and other electronics that fit directly into the electric motor is ongoing, resulting in intelligent motor technologies

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15 December 2015

For many years stepper motor drive systems were bedevilled by high levels of noise and vibration. David Melder of Astrosyn International Technology describes advances in stepper motor and drive electronics designs that promise to eliminate these unwanted side-effects

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COMPANIES

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SPONSORED CONTENT

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28 July 2015

TFC offers a multitude of services including:

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27 July 2015

The new Nanotec catalogue has been published.

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05 August 2014

Fans. Bifurcated fans, long cased axial fans, and centrifugal fans built to customer specification.

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26 October 2017

Unlike fences and doors, opto-electronic protective devices do not disrupt handling or material transport. SICK's comprehensive portfolio is ideal for hazardous point protection, access protection, and hazardous area protection.

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31 January 2018

WITTENSTEIN’s servo actuator TPM+, precision planetary gearboxes and synchronous servo motors are integrated without a clutch for a unit that is flexible in its application.

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26 October 2017

SICK’s inductive, capacitive and magnetic proximity sensors offer a long service life, extreme ruggedness and the utmost precision - providing non-contact detection of a wide variety of objects and media.

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04 April 2017

OEM Automatic represents the prestigious Anderson Negele Brand to support the food, beverage, dairy and pharmaceutical industries with regard to hygienic instrumentation.

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26 October 2017

Linear and rotary motor feedback systems with interfaces for the future provide commutation, position and speed measurement in a single device.

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20 September 2017

Professional expertise, efficiency and high productivity are the basis for extremly short delivery times trough our worldwide service network.

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04 January 2018

Simple DC servo motors to high precision DC servo’s and drives for demanding applications.

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26 October 2017

Industry 4.0 is the digitisation of production and logistics - intelligent sensors are a crucial element. SICK provide dynamic and real-time-optimised processes now, for the future.

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09 May 2016

The PNOZ m B0 base unit is an energy efficient safety controller that uses up to 80 % less energy than comparable products.

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15 February 2013

The prestigious Formula Renault 3.5 series has become an important feeder championship for Formula One in recent years with a string of current F1 racers having graduated from Renault’s ranks. Scuderia Toro Rosso drivers Jean Eric Vergne and Daniel Ricciardo, and reigning World Champion Sebastian Vettel are all products of Formula Renault 3.5.

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28 July 2015

TFC Ltd offers an extensive range of circlips and retaining rings with next day delivery available on all standard DIN and Imperial circlip sizes up to 50mm/2” diameter.

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04 April 2017

Our Industrial instrumentation products focus on components that measure and control the pressure and flow of liquids and gases.

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