Motor Control (1100 × 450 px) (1920 × 600 px)

Variable Frequency Drives, also called Adjustable Frequency Drives, are inverters that power motors by converting power from constant frequency system to one where frequency is controllable. This allows the user to change the speed of induction motors, which are often used to reduce energy waste, optimize drying cycles by controlling fan speeds, and can even be used in place of a soft-start to power up systems slowly rather than across-the-line.

Low Voltage Drives

Medium Voltage Drives