Inverters rev up small-motor drives

Marsh, David
May 2000
EDN Europe;May2000, Vol. 45 Issue 5, p33
Trade Publication
Reports on improvements in inverters for small alternating current motors. Use of variable-speed drives to increase efficiency; Power ratings, functions, packaging and price of various models of inverters for small alternating-current motors; Power-device gate-driver design; Handling of inverter short-circuits and shoot-through. INSET: BLDC MOTORS SPIN UP VOLUMES.


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