How to Accurately and Quickly Perform Electric Motor and Drive Efficiency Mapping


Traditional electric drive efficiency testing methods have reached limitations primarily since the technique provides very limited results. To make significant improvements, all electrical and mechanical signals must be acquired at high resolution and at high sample rates, synchronously and continuously, especially during dynamic load changes. This allows for further detailed verification and unlimited analysis at an accelerated rate. This includes Clarke and Park transformation and motor mapping to greatly improve inverter and motor design, plus optimize motor-inverter matching. In this webinar, you will learn how this new method can better achieve electric motor and drive efficiency mapping at an accelerated rate.

This webinar was originally held on March 29, 2016. 


Mike Hoyer