Articles about the most-viewed articles of 2021, machine learning, motor nameplates, the IT/OT relationship and LV drive trends were Control Engineering’s five most clicked articles from January 10-16, 2022. Miss something? You can catch up here.
The most-viewed articles about motors and drives posted over the last year include servomotor types, electric motors, motor types and more.
Pent-up demand due to challenges from the COVID-19 pandemic are expected to result in strong growth for the motor and industrial gear markets in the next few years.
The most relevant information of a motor should be recorded on the nameplate, which includes frame size, voltage, power and more.
Market research shows three trends influencing the drives market: functional safety, predictive maintenance and efficiency regulations.
Articles about benefits of auto-tuning VFDs, how tomorrow's automation technology will transform workforce, and benefits of cloud-based historian software were Control Engineering’s five most clicked articles from November 1-7, 2021. Miss something? You can catch up here.
EMEA regions suffered the greatest drives market decline in 2020, shipping costs and supply issues continue to pose problems, and global revenues will recover to pre-pandemic levels by 2022.
Using a variable speed drive (VSD) can help save money and the environment in many different manufacturing applications.
Labor shortages and supply chain disruptions are all coming together to cause a much slower recovery in the low-voltage drive market according to a report by Interact Analysis.
Motor drive featuring 1 to 10 HP UL-certified induction motors and customizable variable speed drives (VSDs).