Fractional horsepower permanent split capacitor (PSC) fan motors are one of the most popular single-phase motors used in our industry, and then they fail, technicians must be able to troubleshoot and replace them.
Triples square footage to accommodate company’s growth
March 31, 2016
QM Power, maker of a new high-efficiency motor technology, announced it has moved its headquarters from Lee’s Summit to Kansas City, Missouri, to accommodate the company’s growth. QM Power’s new headquarters is more than triple the square footage of the company’s previous office space.
The ac variable frequency drive segment accounted for over 70 percent value share of the market
March 30, 2016
The global variable frequency drive (VFD) market is expected to increase at a 7.2 percent compound annual growth rate (CAGR) in terms of value during 2016 to 2026, according to a report from Future Market Insights (FMI). Volume-wise, FMI estimates the VFD market to expand at an 8.5 percent CAGR.
Company said its next-generation VFD is expected to raise the bar for performance and system reliability
March 29, 2016
Ideal Power Inc., a developer of power conversion technologies, announced it has successfully tested and demonstrated a new variable frequency drive (VFD) based on its patented Power Packet Switching Architecture™ (PPSA).
While there are still a significant number of single-speed motors still in operation, many OEMs are making a concerted move toward variable-speed equipment in order to meet a growing demand for higher efficiency. To help OEMs meet their goals, and to meet increasingly stringent motor efficiency regulations from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), motor and drive manufacturers have introduced their smartest, most efficient products yet.
Company has represented Danfoss in north and southeast Texas, now adds central Texas
February 1, 2016
HTS Texas, the Texas partner of one of the largest independent commercial HVAC manufacturers’ representatives in North America, announced it is expanding its partnership with Danfoss to supply variable frequency drives (VFDs) to now include the central Texas markets of San Antonio and Austin.