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AC Motor Verification & Redesign - Ver 4.

EASA's AC Motor Verification & Redesign - Ver. 4 software has been further refined and is fully integrated with EASA's Motor Rewind Database. This makes it the perfect program to lookup motor data, to verify existing winding data, and to perform motor winding redesigns.


Motor Winding Database - Ver. 4

This latest version of the EASA Motor Winding Database is the perfect tool to find motor winding data quickly. The version takes a large leap forward with the data that it provides members. Most notably, it now has the ability to connect to a live, ever-expanding online database of more than 250,000 windings.

The first copy of this software is FREE to Active and Allied members. (Note: The Motor Winding Database is included in EASA's AC Motor Verification & Redesign - Ver. 4. Members that received the free upgrade will not be shipped the standalone database.)



How To Wind Three-Phase Stators

The valuable CD-ROM-based interactive training tool is ideal for training your novice(s). Even experienced winders will learn from it. The CD teaches how to wind in a richly detailed, step-by-step approach. It includes narrative, animations and video clips, with tests to assess student comprehension. The training, which is divided into 13 lessons, covers data taking, core testing, coil cutoff, burnout, stripping, core preparation, coil making, stator insulation, coil insertion, internal connections, lacing and bracing, inspection and test of untreated and treated windings, and winding treatment. Features include "Pro Tips" and "Drill Downs" that enhance the learning experience and assure that even the most experienced technician will learn from this product.


Advanced Inside Sales

For many if not most EASA members, inside sales and all it encompasses (e.g., customer service follow-up, relationship building, cold-calling, etc.) is becoming more and more critical to profitability. To help members grow and enhance their insides sales efforts, EASA has cooperated with 20 other distribution associations—all members of the Association Education Alliance (AEA)—to produce this CD-ROM based training course. The course focuses on three components: Pricing—understand front-line pricing and ways to improve it; the Complex Sale—go behind the simple one-on-one relationship; and Quantifiable Value-Added (QVA) Selling—find opportunities for adding value and quantifying it in dollars and cents.



Sales of EASA’s How To Wind Three-Phase Stators training program have been halted temporarily. This software utilizes QuickTime™ for Windows® which may pose security risks for your computers and data. Recent discovery of two vulnerabilities and Apple's announcement that they no longer plan to support this software for Windows recently prompted the Department of Homeland Security’s U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team to recommend uninstalling this software from all Windows® computers (Alert TA16-105A). According to the announcement, “Computers running QuickTime for Windows will continue to work after support ends. However, using unsupported software may increase the risks from viruses and other security threats. Potential negative consequences include loss of confidentiality, integrity, or availability of data, as well as damage to system resources or business assets.” Mac computers are not affected. Given the potential threat, Homeland Security advises that QuickTime™ for Windows® be uninstalled from all computers with Internet access or that may be connected to local networks that have Internet access. Directions for uninstalling QuickTime™ for Windows® are available at: Importantly, Apple’s January 2016 update (QuickTime 7.7.9) only installs QuickTime™ as a browser plug-in on Windows® systems if the user specifically requests it. This has minimized the threat of browser-based attacks over the past few months for those using Version 7.7.9.

Please be assured that EASA has identified a solution for this product, although it may take a while to implement. In the meantime, we recommend uninstalling Apple QuickTime™ from any computers with Internet access. If you wish to continue using this training program on a Windows® machine, please be sure it is not connected to the Internet, either directly or through your local network. We appreciate your patience as we work through this process.