Adjustable frequency drive for varied applications

SC9000 adjustable frequency drive is designed for a wide range of original equipment manufacturer, water and wastewater, utility, industrial, and HVAC applications.

09/14/2016


SC9000 adjustable frequency drive is designed for a wide range of original equipment manufacturer, water and wastewater, utility, industrial and HVAC applications. Courtesy: EatonEaton's medium-voltage SC9000 adjustable frequency drive (AFD) is designed for a wide range of original equipment manufacturer (OEM), water and wastewater, utility, industrial, and HVAC applications. These drives have a low part count topology and is standard-equipped with a redundant cooling system. The SC9000 GP can be used in applications starting at 100 hp. The SC9000 GP medium-voltage drives are tested to UL and Canadian Underwriters Laboratories standards for medium-voltage power conversion equipment. The SC9000 EP arc-resistant drives offer an arc-resistant Type 2B enclosure for safety from the front, sides, and rear of the enclosure.

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