2/24/2021 How to Correlate Control Events to Power Events

How to Correlate Control Events to Power Events

3-Phase Power and Motors Masters Webinar Series Part Three

Date: Wed, February 24, 2021
Time: 11AM Pacific | 2PM Eastern
Duration: 60 minutes

 

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How to Correlate Control Events to Power Events Webinar

3-Phase Power and Motors Masters Webinar Series
Join Teledyne LeCroy for this Learning Lab series on measuring high-power, three-phase and motor inverter and drive systems with an 8-channel high-resolution oscilloscope or motor drive analyzer. Learn about static and dynamic measurements, from AC line to inverter switching, and line outputs to motor mechanical performance.

How to Correlate Control Events to Power Events: Validating and Debugging Inverter/Drive Systems
In this session (Part Three) we will review examples of using calculated per-cycle power waveforms to validate and debug control system operation to power section behaviors.

Topics to be included:

  • Acquisition, validation and debug of basic motor drive control signals
  • Using 2-wattmeter method to calculate power
  • Using mathematical tools to calculate key parameters of motor and drive performance
  • Using calculated per-cycle waveforms to identify power section misbehaviors

Who should attend? Inverter subsection engineers, motor/drive control system engineers, and inverter/drive systems engineers who design dynamic control and power systems that operate under highly controlled conditions.

What attendees will learn? Best in class techniques for measuring and understanding performance of and interrelationships between control and power sections.

Presenter: Stephen Murphy, Teledyne LeCroy Applications Engineer

Can’t attend live? Register anyway, and we will send you the recording and slides afterward.


Register for the rest of the series:

Part One: How to Measure Inverter Dead Times and Input/Output Power
Part Two: How to Perform Static and Dynamic Power Analysis
Part Four: How to Measure Power During Volt-second and Other Short Power Periods
Part Five: How to Perform AC Input and Inverter/Drive Output Harmonic Analysis
Part Six: How to Measure Motor Mechanical Speed, Torque and Power

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