Motors prevent corona damage
Electric motors constructed specifically to ensure reliable operation when fed from variable speed frequency drives prevent the destructive phenomenon called "corona" from occurring.
Electric motors constructed specifically to ensure reliable operation when fed from variable speed frequency drives prevent the destructive phenomenon called "corona" from occurring. This damage exists to a greater degree when operating motors from pulse-width modulated inverters. The Simple Truth About Motor/Drive Compatibility details findings and solutions.
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