Energy management motor starter

The Model MSEM energy management motor starter can be adapted to an individual user’s needs and is available for single- or 3-phase commercial or industrial applications.


The Model MSEM energy management motor starter can be adapted to an individual user’s needs and is available for single-phase or three-phase commercial or industrial applications. Courtesy: GreenheckGreenheck’s Model MSEM is an energy management motor starter that can be adapted to an individual user’s needs. Available for single- or 3-phase commercial or industrial applications, Model MSEM features a Hand/Off/Auto keypad with LCD display to easily adjust settings. Model MSEM offers five different control inputs, two status outputs, and an electronic overload for real-time current monitoring for motor protection. For damper control, Model MSEM can be specified for 24 or 120 Vac damper power to open the damper when the fan is commanded to start. Model MSEM also has a limit switch input to ensure that the fan does not start until the damper is fully opened.


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