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Mr. Chris Popp

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Director of Sales , Marketing and...

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DieQua Corporation
180 Covington Drive
Bloomingdale , Illinois 60108
United States

Company Description: DieQua Corporation was established in 1980 to serve the power transmission needs of a wide variety of industries. Our focus has been, and continues to be, to...   more

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Treasurer - Chris Popp
News & Press, 9 Jan 2013 [cached]
The La Quinta Resort near Palm Springs California was the destination as DieQua Director of Sales and Marketing Chris Popp and Motion Products Manager Tom Kahn winged their way west to attend the semi-annual AHTD national meeting held April 24-27.
DieQua | Email Directory, 12 April 2003 [cached]
Chris Popp - Marketing Director
PMT: Packaging Machinery Technology Magazine -Automation Solutions: Addition by Subtraction, 13 May 2007 [cached]
"Most normal inverter duty motors can be driven from 10 or 20 Hertz without cooling up to 120 Hertz," explains Chris Popp, spokesperson for DieQua Corp., Bloomingdale, Ill. "Above 60 Hertz, however, the torque generated begins to break down, reducing the effective speed range. Often, there's no choice but to specify a larger motor."
A new alternative is DieQua's Watt Drive EUSAS 4-pole AC motor, which provides full torque throughout its speed range, up to 3500 rpm. Available in sizes from fractional to 100 horsepower, the EUSAS features an innovative winding design that allows increased input current, thereby extending the constant torque range to 120 Hertz.  As a result, the motor size can be cut by up to half when doubling the input speed and doubling the reducer ratio without compromising the application's output speed or torque requirement.
Although a 440- to 480-volt power source and a basic programmable inverter rated at the normal horsepower is required to achieve these benefits, "the bigger inverter would be needed to drive a standard motor anyway so there is no downside to taking advantage of this less costly smaller motor alternative," Popp says.
The EUSAS also provides a wider speed range, which is important in applications where a speed variation sometimes requires operation under 20 Hertz, such as driving the larger of several roll sizes or when slower conveyor speeds are needed.
"By using a gearbox with twice the ratio than would normally have been selected, the EUSAS motor can produce both the top-end speed required as well as a lower output speed before external cooling is necessary," Popp says.
"The Watt Drive is really a ..., 9 July 2007 [cached]
"The Watt Drive is really a hybrid AC vector motor that can provide closed loop control for acceleration, deceleration and positioning motion profiles with the use of our P6000 controller, as well as other high-end programmable inverters," explains Chris Popp, Diequa's director of marketing and technical support."This combination can satisfy many packaging machinery speed and motion requirements that don't require the full capabilities of a servomotor, yet at a lower cost than servos."
Twelve sizes of the Watt Drive motor are available in torque capacities ranging from 1.8 to 66 Newton meters, and operating speeds up to 6,000 rpm.Designed for both 50 and 60 Hz frequency systems, the motor includes an integrated encoder with a resolution of 1,024 steps per revolution and a 10 to 30V HTL signal, which can also be transmitted to a PLC.
"The motor provides higher torque and smoother speed variations than stepper motors, and more accurate speed and motion control than standard AC or DC motors, adding flexibility to the machine drive design process," Popp says.
Options for the Watt Drive motor include brakes for load holding safety during dwell time, and forced cooling kits to eliminate heat build up during continuous slow-speed operation.Popp adds that combining the motor with the available range of Diequa's Watt Drive helical reducers provides a cost-effective gearmotor package in both inline and right angle configurations.
"This makes the Watt Drive suitable for use in a wide range of packaging automation needs such as intermittent part feeding, cyclic conveyor movements, indexing profiles and accurate variable speed process control," he says.
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