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Podcast: How VFD Cable Really Affects Motor Performance
“Automation Chat” podcast host Theresa Houck, Executive Editor of "The Journal From Rockwell Automation and Our PartnerNetwork" magazine, discusses variable-frequency drive (VFD) cable with Steve Wetzel, Senior Product Engineer and Brad Pollard, Vice President of Sales for Automation Products, with Rockwell Automation Encompass Product Partner Southwire. Learn how VFD cable can improve manufacturing process performance. We talk about how VFD cable controls common-mode current and addresses electromagnetic interference (EMI). We talk about different types of VFD cable, and you’ll see examples of cable and terminating kits. Also learn how the wrong cable can cause EMI, premature motor failure, drive trips and other problems; why termination is vital for VFD cable use and what happens when it’s not terminated properly; and what conditions might call for a reactor or sine wave filter. Listen and subscribe to our “Automation Chat” podcast on your favorite podcast app, or listen on the web at https://rokthejournal.podbean.com/.
This resource compliments of Southwire
Southwire Company is North America’s leading manufacturer of wire and cable used in the distribution transmission of electricity. Throughout their history, their company has sought to deliver power through their products, service and by helping empower our customers, employees, and communities. Southwire has the right wire and cable solutions for any commercial, residential, industrial or utilize application. They also offer customized wire and cable solutions, to meet the consumers’ special business needs. Over the last 59 years of business, it has built a reputation for quality and dedication to excellence to set them apart from the competition. Southwire delivers power to millions of people around the world. Their utility cable and building wire carry electricity to wherever it is needed. One in three new homes built in the United States contains wire made by Southwire.