This VFD Training course deals with all the potential problems with VFDs and Motors on VFDs. This course will demonstrate how to address and prevent these problems so that they do not create undesirable effects in the industrial system. Typical VFD problems will be discussed with recommended solutions for each issue. The cost impact of these options will also be provided giving the student
some degree of weighing the benefits of the options versus the cost of the consequence. The result of this course will allow the
student to be able to properly apply a new VFD with the required options in a plant providing years of trouble-free operation.

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS:
• VFD Theory:
• Motor Theory
• VFD Applications
• Site Issues with VFDs
• Common Options that make up a Well Designed VFD Package
• Manufacturing and Design of a SCIM
• NEMA Motor specification Part 30 and Part 31 Overview
• Motor Performance on Fixed Speed (Utility) and Variable Speed (VFD)
• Protection of a motor on VFD and on Fixed Speed Applications

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
• Learn the Fundamentals of Variable Frequency Drives
• Update Yourself on the Latest Advancements in VFDs
• Learn the Latest Improvements in Motor Efficiency
• Practical Approaches and Problem-Solving Solutions
• Learn How to Solve Common VFD Problems
• Learn Practical Troubleshooting Techniques
• Reduce Equipment Downtime and Operating Costs
• Reduce Reliance on Outside Service Companies
• Make Sure Your Equipment is Up and Running
• Site Issues with VFDs
• Common Options that make up a Well Designed VFD Package
• Manufacturing and Design of a SCIM
• NEMA Motor specification Part 30 & Part 31 Overview
• Motor Performance on Fixed Speed (Utility) and Variable Speed (VFD)
• Protection of a motor on VFD and on Fixed Speed Applications

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
• Electrical Engineers
• Industrial, Commercial, Institutional Electrical Engineering and Maintenance Technicians
• Electric Motor Control Engineers
• Other electrical personnel involved in the maintenance industrial, commercial and institutional power systems.

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