Posted on June 1, 2007 - ( views)
The new frequency inverters from the DriveMCI series (modular customized inverter) can be used in many different applications and sectors. Their flexibility and compact design allow them to be individually customised. The interface board can be designed precisely for the application, or a micro-computer can be integrated in the interface. The drive computer is integrated into the power element and includes all of the typical functions of a modern standard frequency inverter. The DriveMCI series is based on a line of stepped power elements which come in two sizes. One- and three-phase versions are available in the power range from 0.37 to 4.0kW. Besides the 230V versions, a special 115V version is available for low power levels starting at 0.37kW. The basic model of the interface computer offers two analogue inputs and a series of binary I/Os. Serial communication via RS485 is included. A heat sink and mains filter come as standard.
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Provides high-power density
Individual and alterable
Protected against moisture and humidity
Fulfill IE3 requirements
Keeps solar cells in line with the Sun
with improved energy efficiency
tailor-made to fit into mounting space
high dynamics and accuracy
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