By Michael Lyda, Ronnie Alford, & Kevin Parker
Three-phase alternating current (AC) induction motors do not last forever.
Over their operating lives, the majority of AC induction motors will exhibit common problems. Therefore, being familiar with general troubleshooting techniques is important.
To start, it’s vital to understand the operating parameters and forces acting against a motor; to perform tests and make observations based on those parameters; and to remove system components to isolate a problem.
This webcast will specify and analyze the various troubleshooting operating parameters to consider and outline what equipment is needed to identify solutions.