Panel

The AF-650 GP panel for constant torque drives from GE reduces energy consumption and provides vector modes (advanced, sensor less, and closed loop) for users that need torque and speed applications. The panel is available up to 1,350 hp and reduces CO2 emissions by 17 metric tons over the course of the year.

03/01/2010


 

 

 

The AF-650 GP panel for constant torque drives from GE reduces energy consumption and provides vector modes (advanced, sensor less, and closed loop) for users that need torque and speed applications. The panel is available up to 1,350 hp and reduces CO2 emissions by 17 metric tons over the course of the year. The panel features 150% overload rating, mechanical brake sequencing, and an illuminated LCD keypad that provides context-sensitive information to the user.

 

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