Adjustable frequency drive

The M-Max series of sensor-less vector adjustable frequency drives from Eaton use a 32-bit microprocessor and insulated gate bipolar transistors to provide quiet motor operation and high motor efficiency. The drive includes a digital display and operating and programming keys, which display drive monitoring information along with adjustment and diagnostic information.

11/01/2009


 

The M-Max series of sensor-less vector adjustable frequency drives from Eaton use a 32-bit microprocessor and insulated gate bipolar transistors to provide quiet motor operation and high motor efficiency. The drive includes a digital display and operating and programming keys, which display drive monitoring information along with adjustment and diagnostic information. When mounted on DIN rail or mounting plates, the drive can be installed side-by-side and with integrated electromagnetic compatibility filters. The M-Max series meets both commercial and industrial network requirements.

 

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