EC (electronically commutated) motor solutions have introduced higher efficiency and variable speed control to the market but as regulations tighten on total system efficiency, should you do more?
In this webinar, we will look at how introducing synchronous reluctance, ferrite magnet assisted rotor technology into a motor/drive package can allow you to achieve IE5 efficiency across a wide speed/load range that are above and beyond traditional EC motor solutions. Not only will your system maintain higher efficiency at partial loads, the near unity power factor motor permits selection of smaller drives, reducing the footprint of the integrated system. Additionally, the integrated motor/drive solution saves considerable control panel space and reduces wiring costs by placing the drive on top of or on the opposite drive end of the motor.
Building operators and management can transform their smart buildings into even smarter, more sustainable and efficient spaces. Should your motor be helping you get there?
Global Product Manager
Variable Speed Motor Business
ABB Motors & Mechanical, Inc.
Mark Gmitro, Global Product Manager for the Variable Speed Motor Business of ABB Motors & Mechanical Inc., is responsible for the long-term profitable growth of variable speed motors including marketing analyses and management of product life cycles for new and existing platforms based on market and product requirements. Mark has more than 30 years of experience in product and application engineering, particularly with variable speed drives, PLCs, motors and mechanical power transmission products. Mark has a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.