Soft starting solution for water pumps

RSWT Series is a self-optimizing soft starting solution for water pumps.

04/26/2016


RSWT Series is a self-optimizing soft starting solution for water pumps. Courtesy: Carlo GavazziCarlo Gavazzi's RSWT Series is a self-optimizing soft starting solution for water pumps up to 75 hp. The RSWT Series is a 3-phase pump soft starter, in which all three phases are controlled to achieve current balancing on all phases, to minimize vibrations during starting and stopping of centrifugal pumps, and to minimize the inrush current. Through a dedicated self-learning algorithm, the RSWT Series achieves very smooth starting and stopping. Two RSWT Series types are offered: the V00/V01 provides a single adjustment setting for the soft-starting and stopping time of the pump, whereas the V10/V11 includes Class 10 overload protection and soft starting and stopping times that can be individually set for an accurate pump control.

Carlo Gavazzi

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