VFD

The H-Max Series VFDs from Eaton apply advanced dc capacitors and use the latest generation insulated gate bipolar transistors. The devices feature 80% less power loss across the drive, which equates to 20% to 60% less energy consumed, depending on speed. The VFDs are approved by UL, Conformité Européenne, Canadian Underwriters Laboratories, and Australia.

03/01/2010


 

 

 

The H-Max Series VFDs from Eaton apply advanced dc capacitors and use the latest generation insulated gate bipolar transistors. The devices feature 80% less power loss across the drive, which equates to 20% to 60% less energy consumed, depending on speed. The VFDs are approved by UL, Conformite Europeenne, Canadian Underwriters Laboratories, and Australia. The RoHS-compliant devices are fluent in RS-485/Modbus, N2, APOGEE, and BACnet HVAC communication protocols.

 

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