Variable Frequency Drives (VFDs) control the speed of motors by varying the frequency of the supplied power. This provides accurate control of the motor speed and also reduces energy consumption. Many VFD brands exist in the marketplace. This module presents the operation of a typical VFD.
" Describe AC variable frequency drive theory.
Identify the three functional sections of a
Identify typical VFD faults and how they
Describe the Human Interface Module control
panel and programming characteristics."
Introduction to VFDs - Registered Continuing Education Program RCEP
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