VFDs (Variable Frequency Drives) are some of the oldest and most common ways to control AC motors in machinery and factory automation, but the technology has not been stagnant. As VFDs continue to evolve, modern advanced VFD control technology contributes to energy savings, improved safety functions, short circuit protections, and many features not common in years past. Additionally, recent IIoT-enabled VFDs can be a complementary part of an overall connected solution to a modern data acquisition plan to integrate VFDs into other parts of an Industry 4.0 and IIoT connected smart factory.
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