Controlling Motor, Drive and Automation Systems – What’s Ahead?

Dépèche transmise le 13 février 2012 par Business Wire

Controlling Motor, Drive and Automation Systems – What’s Ahead?

Controlling Motor, Drive and Automation Systems – What’s Ahead?

GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Advancements in the precision control of motor and drive systems are enabling dramatic new opportunities for energy savings, process and automation efficiency, improved reliability and breakthrough product development for today's manufacturers. At Motor, Drive & Automation Systems 2012, March 13-14 in Orlando, Fla., join world-class technology leaders in power electronics, semiconductor and software-driven control, advanced application development and system integration as they examine the latest breakthroughs for performance improvement and explore what lies ahead for the future.

More than 30 sessions including:

Circuit Protection Considerations for High-Power Motors and Controls

Motors and motor controls continue to increase in complexity and power. One of the important design considerations that is commonly over looked is protecting sensitive circuitry from fault conditions. Coordinating overcurrent, overtemperature and overvoltage protection can help designers minimize component count, comply with safety agency requirements and reduce warranty returns resulting from failed motors and damaged control boards.
Robert Cid, Product Engineering Manager • TE Circuit Protection

Leverage Motion Control Functionality with Universal Software Tools

Motor control is moving from a strict hardware and hardwired environment to a networked environment with software control. Combining several motors and drives in a coordinated way is often called motion control, and this includes synchronized movements like camming and gearing. The coordination is done in software, creating flexibility in changing cam profiles and gear ratios. By using a worldwide harmonized functionality for motion control, one can create program with less hardware dependence, a higher level of reusable code, transparent programs, lower commissioning, installation and maintenance costs, wide industry acceptance, and last but not least: reduction in training costs.
Eelco van der Wal, Managing Director • PLCopen

Advanced Control Technologies in AC Motor Drives
Dr. Dal Y. Ohm, President • Drivetech, Inc.

New Motor Controllers Lead the Way with Analog Circuit Integration
Patrick Heath • Microchip Technology, Inc.

Identifying, Analyzing and Mitigating Effects on Motor Control Performance in Vector Control of PMSM Motor Applications
Jeff Shoemaker • Renesas Electronics America

Improved Self-Protected Intelligent Power Modules with Increased Efficiency for 10 to 100 kW Motor Drives
John Donlon • Powerex, Inc.

Solar, Wind and CAV Applications Influence the Development of Power Modules Used for Motor Control
Jerry Gallagher • Infineon Technologies Industrial Power, Inc.

To view additional sessions, pre-conference workshops, exhibitors and registration information, please visit http://www.e-driveonline.com/Conf-12/motors_conf12_index.php.

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