Learn the 5 Basic VFD Facts before Selecting your Next Variable Frequency Drive

Why the Facts Are Important

It's a fact. There are more electrical motors in the world than there are people - by a wide margin. Variable frequency drives have become ubiquitous tools to achieve efficiency from an electrical motor. However, they don't work miracles and there are critical limitations and factors that should be considered when selecting a VFD for a motor control application.

This FREE Guide Includes:

5 Important caveats to VFD performance
Input current irregularities
Neutral wire considerations
Why some test meters can't read VFD voltage
Preventing electrical shock hazard from VFDs


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