HVAC drive

Danfoss VLT Drives’ NEMA/UL Type 4X VLT HVAC Drive is a robust drive delivering reliable operation in harsh environments.

03/14/2013


VLT Drives’ NEMA/UL Type 4X VLT, DanfossDanfoss VLT Drives’ NEMA/UL Type 4X VLT HVAC Drive is a robust drive delivering reliable operation in environments subject to windblown dust and rain or splashing water. All cast aluminum parts are coated with a durable epoxy that can withstand most corrosive chemicals without a need for separate enclosure due to the UL Type 4X. Some features include a LCP keypad design that reduces commissioning time and start-up costs, and a watertight USB connection allowing for setup and programming with the drive enclosure sealed.

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