Frequency converters are increasingly being used in electrical drive technology. These allow variable speed operation as opposed to mains-fed operation.
A basic knowledge of converters is therefore necessary for planning, commissioning and maintaining drive systems.
This training session introduces you to this subject. It gives you a basic understanding of what you need to know to achieve optimal learning results from SITRAIN courses at the training center.
Decision makers, sales personnel
Project managers, project assistants
Startup engineers, configuration engineers
Output ranges and areas of application of frequency converters
Design of a frequency converter: rectifier, DC link and inverter
Braking resistor, energy recovery, multi-motor systems with DC link connection
Inverters: stator field generation, power transistors, pulse-width modulation
Vector control without speed measurement
Vector control with speed measurement
Operation with constant torque and field weakening
Data for continuous operation and for short-time duty with overload
Additional components: fuses, contactors, filters and reactors
Overview of typical interfaces, input and output signals