Why Get a Line Reactor?

Why Get a Line Reactor

Protect Your Drives and Avoid Downtime A line reactor is an inductor that absorbs high voltage microsecond transients that can damage the Variable Frequency Drives running your facility. Line reactors…

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PowerFlex Drives Lifecycle Status

PowerFlex Drives Lifecycle Status

Latest on the Lifecycle Status of PowerFlex Drives With the recent release of the PowerFlex 750 and 520 series, many of you may be wondering about the Lifecycle of your…

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Automation Fair

Automation Fair

November 19-20, 2014 | Anaheim, CA Get ready for the annual Automation Fair event from Rockwell Automation – this year’s event will take place in Anaheim, CA, Nov 19-20. This…

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Choosing VFD Cables

Choosing VFD Cables

Why do you need VFD cables? Here are some of the responses I hear when I ask what customers are using to connect a Variable Frequency Drive (Allen-Bradley PowerFlex 523, 525, 753, 755) to a motor:…

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How to Connect to Allen Bradley Ethernet Enabled Devices

How to Connect to Allen Bradley Ethernet Enabled Devices

Setting up your IP address and subnet. Have you ever found yourself asking “Why can’t I connect to this darn Allen Bradley Controller (MicroLogix, CompactLogix, ControlLogix) or Variable Frequency Drive (PowerFlex 525, 40, 70, 700, 755) over Ethernet”? One of…

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VFD 101 Seminar

VFD 101 Seminar

Top Ten Takeaways Aaron Osgood, Rockwell Automation Account Manager, recently attended a VFD 101 Seminar at Buckles-Smith Training Center in San Jose, CA. With just over one year of industry experience, Aaron has…

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