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Frequency converters

Frequency converters are devices dedicated for driving motors. The advantages of using frequency convertors are: variable and programmable speed, controlled acceleration and deceleration, change the direction of rotation, protection of the motor, the possibility of monitoring and remote operation and easy interconnection with other systems. Choosing the converter is mainly depending on the power of the engine to be driven, the number of phases of supply voltage, supply voltage, environmental conditions, operating mode, command mode etc

       

       

Description:
Frequency converters are devices dedicated for driving motors. The advantages of using frequency convertors are: variable and programmable speed, controlled acceleration and deceleration, change the direction of rotation, protection of the motor, the possibility of monitoring and remote operation and easy interconnection with other systems. Choosing the converter is mainly depending on the power of the engine to be driven, the number of phases of supply voltage, supply voltage, environmental conditions, operating mode, command mode etc.

Types:

  • Frequency converters with intermediate circuit
  • Frequency converers without intermediate circuit

Specifications:

  • They include various software and hardware features that significantly reduce the need for additional equipment in installations in that are mounted
  • Priority mode of fire, the convertors can be set to ignore all alarms in case of fire
  • "Sleep" function

Applications:

  • According to general use, covering most types of driving an engine

Strengths:

  • Save energy
  • Optimize industrial processes, reducing production times when the line is stopped
  • Low maintenance

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