Delta VFD-022M23B Frequency Drive 3HP/230V
An electronic converter is more properly called an inverter or VFD. A variable frequency drive (VFD) transforms single-phase power into direct current and then uses microchip-guided controls to simulate 3-phase alternating current (AC).
The electronics in an inverter allow you to control the motor’s speed, torque and direction of rotation, allow for a soft start to bring the machine up to speed gradually and protection of your motor. Because it must be programmed, an inverter typically is dedicated to running only one machine, but it can be used to run several tools.
Overall the use of a VFD for induction motors outruns the capabilities of either type of phase converter.
Sensorless Vector Micro AC Drive. The compact design is ideal for small and medium horsepower applications. The M drive is designed to provide an ultra-low-noise operation, and includes several innovative technologies that reduce interference.
‧Output frequency 0.1 ~ 400 Hz
‧Adjustable V/f curve and vector control
‧Carrier frequency up to 15 kHz
‧Auto torque boost & slip compensation
‧Built-in PID feedback control
‧Built-in MODBUS communication, baud rate up to 38400 bps
‧0 speed holding function
‧Built-in sleep / revival function
‧Support communication module (DN-02, LN-01, PD-01)
Packing machine; dumpling machine; treadmill; temperature/humidity control fan for agriculture and aquaculture; mixer for food processing; grinding machine; drilling machine; small size hydraulic lathe; elevator; coating equipment; small size milling machine; robot arm of injection machine (clamp); wood machine (two-side woodworking planer); edge bending machine, etc.
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