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When to Use VFD Motor Cables

August 10, 2018 / By meswpadmin

VFD Motor Cables   When running an AC motor with a VFD (Variable Frequency Drive) it is important to use the VFD motor cables.  AC VFD’s use transistors to simulate an AC waveform using PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) at a high frequency, generally 2-16Khz.  This high frequency is broadcast down the motor output cables and is […]

PID Loops Best Practices

July 27, 2018 / By meswpadmin

Let’s discuss managing PID loops (Proportional, Integral, Derivative) . Have you ever heard the expression, “a little knowledge is dangerous”?  This is definitely true when tuning PID loops. Understanding how PID loops operate can prevent damage to expensive equipment as well as improve performance. Proportional gain pushes the output based on how far you are from […]

Renewable Energy Today!

June 12, 2017 / By meswpadmin

Renewable Energy Today Mechanical Electrical Systems scales systems for personal or industrial use. Mechanical Electrical Systems, Inc. (MES) using patented BLINKLESS® technology from their sister company Blinkless Power Equipment, LLC (BPE) provides reliable and affordable renewable energy solutions for customers. The microgrid systems utilize local power sources and distribution equipment to deliver the lowest renewable energy […]

Utilizing Green Energy Today

June 7, 2017 / By meswpadmin

GREEN ENERGY NEWSLETTER Where There’s a Will, There’s a Way! Most people on the planet would agree that we should utilize green energy since the technology is there and the resources are plentiful. But yet we hear stories on failed green energy companies which concerns us. The reality is that Mechanical Electrical Systems, Inc (MES) […]

Biomass Energy

May 1, 2017 / By meswpadmin

What is Biomass Energy How do we use it? To many people, the most familiar forms of renewable energy are the wind and the sun. Biomass energy, used since our ancestors learned the secret of fire, is the oldest source of renewable energy. Until recently, biomass energy supplied far more renewable electricity—or “biopower”—than wind and […]