Medium voltage drives and synchronous transfer control

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Variable frequency drives provide the greatest level of control for starting, running, and stopping motors. In this video we discuss Eaton’s SC9000 medium-voltage drive and how it can control multiple motors when engineered with our synchronous transfer system. We also educate on what a variable frequency drive is, what qualifies as a medium-voltage drive, and how the power equation affects their efficiency. Other topics we cover: - Safety – Design options that increase the safety of operators and the equipment - Harmonics – At the Power Systems Experience Center, we demonstrate how Eaton’s medium-voltage drive solution that can mitigate harmonics and reduce inrush current - Footprint – Designs to maximize footprint, for example integrated motor control and protection with common bus - Reliability – Solutions that increase reliability, such as cooling system, encapsulated power poles, and high mean time between failures (MTBF) Finally, we illustrate various scenarios in which a sync-transfer would be beneficial. Visit our Eaton site for various medium-voltage motor control systems: https://www.eaton.com/us/en-us/products/medium-voltage-power-distribution-control-systems/motor-control-systems.html Learn about other electrical power systems, check out our videos on: - Medium voltage (MV) switchgear: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nNWb5JEshAM - Transformers 101 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CKgiV0wfDQA&t=99s - Low-voltage switchgear: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1cqaS1acNrs Thank you for watching one of our many educational videos on the topic of power systems. Schedule a visit to one of Eaton's Power Systems Experience Centers in either Pittsburgh or Houston to learn more! To learn more about Eaton products and our Power Systems Experience Centers: http://eaton.com/experience To view more educational videos from Eaton's Power Systems Experience Centers: http://videos.eaton.com/experience ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Search terms: How does a variable frequency drive work? What is a VFD?, motor control, mean time before failure, MTBF, encapsulated power poles, power formula, P=VI, motor starting YouTube Chapters 00:00 Intro 01:43 What is a variable frequency drive? 02:52 Why use a VFD? 04:55 How does a VFD work? 05:41 VFD design considerations 10:15 What is a sync transfer system? 10:53 How does sync transfer system work? 13:41 Examples of sync transfer in applications #vfd #engineering #powersystem

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Medium voltage drives and synchronous transfer control

Variable frequency drives provide the greatest level of control for starting, running, and stopping motors. In this video we discuss Eaton’s SC9000 medium-voltage drive and how it can control multiple motors when engineered with our synchronous transfer system. We also educate on what a variable frequency drive is, what qualifies as a medium-voltage drive, and how the power equation affects their efficiency. Other topics we cover: - Safety – Design options that increase the safety of operators and the equipment - Harmonics – At the Power Systems Experience Center, we demonstrate how Eaton’s medium-voltage drive solution that can mitigate harmonics and reduce inrush current - Footprint – Designs to maximize footprint, for example integrated motor control and protection with common bus - Reliability – Solutions that increase reliability, such as cooling system, encapsulated power poles, and high mean time between failures (MTBF) Finally, we illustrate various scenarios in which a sync-transfer would be beneficial. Visit our Eaton site for various medium-voltage motor control systems: https://www.eaton.com/us/en-us/products/medium-voltage-power-distribution-control-systems/motor-control-systems.html Learn about other electrical power systems, check out our videos on: - Medium voltage (MV) switchgear: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nNWb5JEshAM - Transformers 101 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CKgiV0wfDQA&t=99s - Low-voltage switchgear: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1cqaS1acNrs Thank you for watching one of our many educational videos on the topic of power systems. Schedule a visit to one of Eaton's Power Systems Experience Centers in either Pittsburgh or Houston to learn more! To learn more about Eaton products and our Power Systems Experience Centers: http://eaton.com/experience To view more educational videos from Eaton's Power Systems Experience Centers: http://videos.eaton.com/experience ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Search terms: How does a variable frequency drive work? What is a VFD?, motor control, mean time before failure, MTBF, encapsulated power poles, power formula, P=VI, motor starting YouTube Chapters 00:00 Intro 01:43 What is a variable frequency drive? 02:52 Why use a VFD? 04:55 How does a VFD work? 05:41 VFD design considerations 10:15 What is a sync transfer system? 10:53 How does sync transfer system work? 13:41 Examples of sync transfer in applications #vfd #engineering #powersystem

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