ST Motor Control applications on Air conditioners and Fans webinar
1-hour webinar: ST Motor Control applications on Air conditioners and Fans
Thursday, August 19th, 2021 | 11:30 (Ind), 13:00(Th), 14:00(SN)
When discussing energy usage, a commonly mentioned figure is that more than half of worldwide electrical energy is used to drive electric motors. Industry is heavily contributing to this, but the impact of many industiral and consumer applications (such as air conditioning or fans) is also significant. Therefore, electric motor control is moving very quickly in the direction of higher efficiency for motors and drives. Moreover, an increased level of integration at the lowest cost is required while at the same time increased safety and reliability.
In this webinar, we will discuss 2 motor control applications on air conditioners and fans in both commercial and domestic usage.
You will learn
- Reference solutions on fans including all conditions for indoor fans, range hoods, ceiling, industrial etc.
- Sensor-less algorithm, Acoustic noise/ vibration reduction.
- Different architechtures, products and development boards will be introduced.
- Air conditioning motor structure introduction.
- STEVAL-CTM010V1 development board.
- Experimental results sharing.
There is no charge to participate in this event, but it is necessary to register through my.st.com.
(Senior Application Development Team Leader, Section Manager)
Frank is the Senior Application Engineer of ST Motor Control Competence Center, Team Leader in Shenzhen. He has rich experiences in the Motor control arena, especially in the Home Appliances (air conditioners, refrigerators and fans etc), motor bike, car air conditioner, pump etc. He also focused on the 3-phase motor algorithm research and development.
(Application Development Engineer, Section Manager)
Master's degree in Electrical Engineering of Tongji University. Focus on motor control for more than 10 years, has a wealth of experience of PMSM and ACIM motor sensored and sensor-less control algorithm, and - in the team- he is in charge of Industrial and Servo Drives.
(Senior Application Manager)
Harjeet holds a Bachelor degree in Power electronics (2002) & Advanced diploma in Electronics & controls engineering (1999). He joined ST in 2007 to support customers on Power discrete & analog devices. He is experienced in the field of medium to high power systems while worked in heavy Power conditioning systems, Railways electric Locomotive converters & battery chargers, IPS for railway signaling applications as well as PDP /LCD power supplies designing.