Energy Efficiency Strategy & Tactics

When it comes to sustainability, it’s not about where you stand on climate change, it’s about where you stand on efficiency. This Webcast will get to the heart of three core approaches to efficiency improvement in manufacturing operations: Also known as vector control, this tactic enables high efficiency at faster motor speeds.
By Control Engineering Staff March 1, 2009

When it comes to sustainability, it’s not about where you stand on climate change, it’s about where you stand on efficiency. This Webcast will get to the heart of three core approaches to efficiency improvement in manufacturing operations:

  • Field-oriented Motor Control

Also known as vector control, this tactic enables high efficiency at faster motor speeds.

  • Machine Optimization

How using PC-based measurement and control to increase the value of existing capital equipment by extending its use;

  • Power Quality Monitoring

When it comes to obtaining utmost efficiencies, it’s not only about how much power you’re using that matters, but when you consume it and the quality of the power that is being delivered.

Moderated by David Greenfield, Control Engineering editorial director, this Webcast panel discussion also features Brian MacCleery, National Instruments senior product manager for Embedded and Control products; Brett Burger, National Instruments product manager for data acquisition products; and Arun Veeramani, Product Manager for LabView Industrial.

To listen to this Webcast, go to www.controleng.com , click on the “Webcasts” tab on the multimedia box at the right hand side of the home page, select “View all Webcasts” (if this podcast does not appear on the resulting screen), then select “Energy Efficiency Strategy & Tactics.”