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Factors That Lead to Electric Motor Failure and How Dynamic Motor Monitoring Identifies Them

Leslie Reed
Leslie Reed | Lead Technical Instructor, Megger Baker Instruments
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Webinar Description:

Understanding the factors that lead to insulation degradation is only part of the equation. It is important to be able to identify these factors, which gives you the ability to correct the issues, extending the life of the motor. This webinar will focus on the factors that cause and accelerate insulation degradation and how dynamic electric motor monitoring can detect many of these factors, so that you can correct the issues and extend the motor’s life. Also discussed will be the complementary nature of dynamic monitoring and static testing. Dynamic monitoring identifies factors that cause insulation to degrade and static testing evaluates the damage done by these factors.

Learning Takeaways:

  1. Understand the factors that lead to insulation degradation.
  2. How dynamic motor monitoring can identify many factors that lead to insulation degradation.
  3. What roles dynamic monitoring and static testing play in predictive maintenance.

About the Presenter

With a BS in mathematics, Leslie has been a software developer for the United States Forest Service for 12 years. She then decided to return to school, obtaining her teaching license in mathematics from Colorado State University. After teaching as an undergraduate mathematics instructor for 3 years at Oklahoma Christian University and AIMS Community College she returned to software development with Baker Instrument Company. Having accumulated over 16 years of experience as a software engineer with Baker Instrument Company and ultimately as the lead software designer for the electric motor condition monitoring division, she again transitioned into the application side of motor testing and training. She now has over 5 years of experience as an Application Engineer and Technical Instructor, providing technical solutions and instruction across many industries around the world.

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Leslie Reed
Leslie Reed Lead Technical Instructor, Megger Baker Instruments

With a BS in Mathematics, Leslie has been a software developer for the United States Forest Service for 12 years. She then decided to return to school obtaining her teaching license in Mathematics from Colorado State University. After teaching as an undergraduate mathematics instructor for 3 years at Oklahoma Christian University and AIMS Community College she returned to software development with Baker Instrument Company. Having accumulated over 16 years of experience as a software engineer with Baker Instrument Company and ultimately as the lead software designer for the electric motor condition monitoring division, she again transitioned into the application side of motor testing and training. She now has over 5 years of experience as an Application Engineer and Technical Instructor, providing technical solutions and instruction across many industries around the world.