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What are the Common faults on the ACS580 and how do I fix them?
As a highly popular drive, the ABB ACS580 can be found in many industrial settings, but what are its most
What do I need to Know About ‘Low Harmonic Drives’?
The Truth You NEED to Know About ‘Low Harmonic Drives’ What are Harmonics and Harmonic Distortion? In electrical networks, harmonics
What are the Common Faults with an ABB ACH580 and How can I Fix them?
The ABB ACH580 series is widely used for its reliability and efficiency. However, like any complex electronic system, these drives
How do I Reduce the Total Cost of Ownership of a Motor?
The total cost of ownership of a motor doesn’t just indicate the cost of buying the motor from new or
What Are The Key Facts Every Engineer Should Know About Energy Saving?
Energy Saving is a huge topic in the industry, and for good reason! Increases in energy costs for the UK
What is the return-on-investment on installing a VSD?
Is the return-on-investment fact, not fiction? When working out a payback period for a new application with energy savings don’t
Which Drive Manufacturer has the Best Drive for Energy Saving?
We often get asked by our customers, ‘Which manufacturer has the best drive for saving energy?’ We’ve heard of many
Does replacing an existing motor for new a higher efficiency unit save energy?
Does replacing an existing motor for new a higher efficiency unit save energy? Yes, but they offer a very long
How do I know that my existing Drives are set up to maximise the energy savings that can be achieved?
This is an area constantly overlooked! Considerable energy savings can be achieved without ANY investment in hardware. The secret is
Should I put Variable Speed Drives on every Application to save energy?
Despite what salespeople might tell you, the answer is No. You will not save energy by simply putting the variable
Can I save energy by installing Medium Voltage (MV) Drives?
MV applications can deliver huge energy, just the same as low voltage. These are often overlooked due to the initial