Low-voltage VFDs

11/05/2010


Amtech Drives has announced a full line of low-voltage variable frequency drives, soft starts, and adapt rod pump Control systems (pump jack) for industrial applications. The Axpert VT240 series has models that range from 0.5 to 600 hp (240 V/480 V); the Axpert Easy Series is available in models ranging from 40 to 1875 hp (380 V/480 V); the Axpert Opti Torque electronic soft start series offers models of 50 to 950 hp (480 V); and the Adapt Systems series is available in models from 10 to 400 hp (480 V).



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