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The speed of an electric motor is driven by its fundamental frequency. Due to the inverter-based excitation and motor construction, this fundamental frequency will often have a strong presence of electrical harmonics, resulting in losses, torque ripple, and other mechanical issues like noise and vibration.

In this free, 60-minute webinar, HBK’s Mitch Marks explains how to analyze, track, and measure electric motor harmonics.

Key topics and takeaways:

  • Understand the causes of motor harmonics
  • Learn how to measure motor harmonics
  • Discover different methods of analyzing motor harmonics
  • Find out how to track the power contribution of individual harmonics

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Mitch Marks

Business Development Manager – eDrive, HBK