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     The following is a complete alphabetical list of the motor drives products available sorted by format. For more information, please click on the title in which you are interested. 
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CD-ROMs and Software
AC and DC Motors: AC Motor Theory - This CD-ROM explains the fundamental principles upon which AC motor operation is based and the basic components of an AC motor and how they work.  This lesson also covers types of motors commonly found in industry, how they differ, and where they are commonly used.
AC and DC Motors: AC Motor Maintenance - This lesson covers AC motor maintenance, including the three types of motor maintenance:  preventive, periodic, and corrective maintenance.  The lesson covers the various tools and instruments used to conduct motor maintenance and maintenance safety and record keeping. This lesson also explains why maintenance programs are important, characteristics of various types of maintenance, and maintenance tasks to be done during each type of maintenance.
AC and DC Motors: DC Motor Theory - This lesson introduces participants to the application of direct current motors and their components.  This lesson covers general characteristics of a DC motor, DC motor components, their functions and the design of the brush assembly.  This lesson explains concepts such as flux interaction, commutation, the effect of multiple windings, armature reaction, compensation and CEMF, and how each of these factors effects motor operation.
AC and DC Motors: DC Motor Maintenance - This lesson describes some of the basic concepts of DC motors; explains how DC motors differ from AC motors; and describes the components of a DC motor and their functions.  This lesson also covers DC motor maintenance, including commutator inspection and maintenance, as well as brush maintenance.  The lesson explains various types of commutator problems and how to remedy them; and describes how to select, install, and seat brushes.
AC Motor Controls Interactive CD - Most AC motors are started through a standardized control system designed to protect the motor, the circuit, and operating personnel. This computer based training tool focuses on ladder diagrams, wiring, and troubleshooting techniques for the most common motor used in industry, the AC induction motor. New interactive exercises and quizzes help you hone your troubleshooting skills.
Electrical Troubleshooting - Motor Control Circuits - While using this program, the trainee is able to perform virtually every operation used on real equipment, including taking voltage, resistance and current readings.
Fundamentals & Selection of Motors - This interactive CD-ROM provides an overview of how electricity causes a rotor to turn and offers guidelines for specifying the appropriate motor for a given application.
Industrial Motor Controls Interactive CD-ROM - The Interactive Companion is correlated to each section in the core textbook Industrial Motor Controls, 4e By working through the CD-ROM, complete with animations, narration, overviews, and Glossary, students will have a solid understanding of motor controls.
Maintaining & Troubleshooting Motors - Provides a step-by-step model with examples of how to conduct a thorough economic and operational analysis before replacing any motors.
Motor Controls & Drive Types - Explains how motor controls safeguard equipment from damage and contribute to efficient operation and production.
Motor Control Tutor II  - This interactive tutorial makes the concept of ladder logic simple to understand.  The tutorial begins with basic concepts such as 2 or 3 wire control systems.  It then advances to increasingly complex systems.  These concepts become clear when seen in action.  Each circuit also includes a detailed explanation of its operation.
Three Phase Motors - Learn how to diagnose voltage problems, size overload protection properly, and select the right motor for the job.
Electric Motor and Control Maintenance Video Set - This eleven tape video set covers motor maintenance and troubleshooting and different types of control equipment, including switches, relays, fuses and circuit breakers, and motor starters.
Electric Motor Handbook - Here is the most complete reference on the uses and types of electrical motors in print.
Electric Motors and Control Techniques - This book is a thoroughly practical guide to understanding all types of electric motors.  It covers the classical dc and ac motors and also the latest state-of-the-art microprocessor-controlled digital stepper motors.
Electric Motors and Drives - Electric Motors and Drives is intended for non-specialist users of electric motors and drives, filling the gap between math and theory-based academic textbooks and the more prosaic 'handbooks', which provide useful detail but little opportunity for the development of real insight and understanding.
Electric Motor Maintenance & Troubleshooting - Here’s the ideal resource for anyone who has to purchase, teach, install, troubleshoot, perform limited repairs on, or maintain industrial-size electric motors.
Handbook Of Small Electric Motors - A complete, definitive source for the design, manufacture, application, and testing of small electric motors less than ten horsepower.
Industrial Brushless Servomotors -  This handbook gives the user of brushless servomotors a comprehensive guide to their use, including a description of all main features of the brushless motor drive system.
Industrial Electricity and Motor Controls - Complete coverage of the entire industrial electrical field from the basics of electricity to equipment, to troubleshooting and repair.
Motor Control Electronics Handbook - This is a clear, up-to-the-minute guide to controlling all types of motors—with precise, adaptable intelligence.
Variable Speed Drive Fundamentals - Written in straightforward "user" language, this book provides an authoritative, yet practical guide for the engineer or technician involved in specifying, applying, maintaining and operating variable speed drives, covering the full scope of both AC and DC motors and controls.


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