Originally Posted by Runion Energy
Baldor bottoms down the best on the market, easy to program all the bells and whistles.
Which series? I liked the "18H". But it was a closed loop system. Today many drives are "sensor less vector" out of the box.
The "15H" was the standard inverter and the "18H" was the torque control, with encoder feedback. Full torque at zero speed. They also built a Regen control. I too was impressed with the very easy programming in real English. No codes. Only words displayed.
I used to troubleshoot these drives on the phone. And Baldor is very easy to work with. The Atlanta office specifically.