REGISTER & LEARN: Input Line Reactor Applications and Selection for VFD's

Please register for Input Line Reactor Applications and Selection for VFD's on either of:

  • Feb 7th, 2018 2:00-3:00 PM EST 
  • Feb 9th, 2018 11:00-12:00 AM EST 
  • Each session will cover the same material; attendees only need to attend one session.

This webinar will discuss the typical benefits and selection criteria need to properly apply line reactors on the input (line) side of a VFD. 

Application examples will be given. This seminar is available for representatives, distributors and end customers. Attendees should expect to gain basic line reactor application knowledge by attending the seminar. 

A separate seminar will be given to discuss the benefits and application of reactors on the output (load) side of a VFD. 

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.


NEW Hammond Power Solutions Centurion R reactor

When installing drives, don't forget to consider line / load reactors.

With a reduced footprint, Hammond Power Solutions Centurion R Reactors provide improved protection and efficiency for your drives and motors, to extend their life. 

Saving you money, worry, and time!

Product Literature:

The new HPS Centurion R reactor provides a unique blend of improved performance and reliability while reducing the product footprint.  HPS Centurion R reactors deliver protection for your motors and drives.  They are available in standard ratings from 0.5 HP (373 Watts) to 1000 HP (745 kilowatts), up to 600 V (690 V with de-rating) and are fully compliant with UL, CSA, CE, IEC, and NEMA standards.

The efficient and cost effective HPS Centurion R reactors are built to address both line-side and load-side issues associated with demanding AC drive applications.

  • Minimization of harmonic distortion
  • Mitigation of nuisance tripping
  • Reduced line notching
  • Extended life of switching components and motors
  • Reduced audible motor noise and motor operating temperature

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