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What are possible causes of compressor motor carrying high current and torque value when operated throgh VFD View All


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Nathaniel
Since Variable Frequency Drives are used to govern the speed on an AC motor I suspect that if the current and torque valuea are higher than what is expected then you are actually operating the drive at too high a frequency.

What type of compressor is it, positive displacement or centrifugal?

What happens when you lower the frequency of the drive?

Niel Leon
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