Cables connect VFDs to motors, playing a critical role in the safe, efficient operation of the system. In the past, manufacturers used their own judgment to classify their products as VFD cables. This all changed in 2018 when NFPA updated NFPA 79: Electrical Standard for Industrial Machinery.

With the popularity of servos in numerous applications today, the need for tools to shorten the commissioning time has created some great features. What used to take hours is now greatly reduced and we have evolved to systems that have ‘Tuningless’ and adaptive tuning features.

Legacy systems operate in isolation and outdated equipment is costly to run. This blog post will discuss what a legacy drive is and how you can look ahead with regard to your own drives and other automation control systems. The purpose of this post is to help you and your team better prepare.