The Mitsubishi F800 Series low-voltage variable frequency drive is suitable for food and beverage HVAC applications including air handlers, cooling towers and pumps; it also can be used for pumps and fans.
The Yaskawa U1000 Industrial Matrix drive employs a system of 9 bidirectional switches arranged in a matrix to convert a 3-phase AC input voltage directly into a 3-phase AC output voltage; it returns regenerative energy directly back to the power supply.
Designed to work with a Logix-based programmable automation controller, the Rockwell Allen-Bradley PowerFlex 527 AC drive uses a single software package to help simplify machine development and operation.
Tolomatic servo and stepper drives can be controlled from a PLC or master controller via 24VDC digital I/O, 0 to 10VDC or 4 to 20mA analog I/O, Ethernet or Modbus RTU over RS-485 (EtherNet/IP or Modbus TCP protocols).
Used with pump and conveyor technologies, the NORD SK 180E decentralized AC vector drive features 3 digital inputs, 2 digital outputs, 2 analog inputs, an integrated 24V power supply and an onboard AS interface.
Providing microdrive control for variable-torque pump loads through 25hp, the Yaskawa iQpump Micro intelligent pump drive comes in NEMA 1- and NEMA 4X-rated models; NEMA 3R-configured packages are available.
Designed to move air in HVAC applications, the Mitsubishi F800 Series low-voltage variable frequency drive can be used with air handlers, cooling towers and pumps; it also controls and supports a range of motor types, including AC induction and permanent magnet motors.