Variable Speed Drive
230 V - 480 V
0.75 kW - 90 kW
Our SD500 drive covers a power range running from 0.75kW to 90kW. It is available in four sizes to ensure its compatibility with a wide range of applications. This equipment supplies high precision and control, multiple communication protocols and maximum efficiency, along with motor care. The SD500 exceeds expectations and is compatible with all budgets and applications in the industrial sector.
COATED ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS
SAFE TORQUE OFF
0,75KW TO 90KW / 200-230 VCA
RELIABLE AND HARD-WEARNING
OPERATES AT TEMPERATURES OF UP TO 50º
Precise, efficient and flexible control
Our SD500 variable-speed drive represents a big step forward within its class, with more-precise control, working temperatures up to 50°C and 150% overload, along with built-in filters to ensure best performance and a long working life for the motor.
Our SD500 range incorporates a large number of features designed to protect both the motor and the drive. The list includes excess/low voltage, thermal motor protection, over/underload, sudden phase loss, excess IGBT temperature, hardware failure, external brake failure, communications failure, reference signal loss, fan breakdown and encoder error.
Our variable-speed drives change the frequency of the motor’s power supply to adapt the running speed of the pump or belt to the needs of the process. This saves energy and enhances the quality and control of the process. The energy savings supplied by the drive can be considerable, depending on the type of load.
Modular accessory design
Optional dV/dt filter
Removable intuitive display
Safe shutdown turnaround outage (STO)
The thirtieth edition of Gastech, the world’s biggest trade event dedicated to the natural gas and liquefied natural gas (LNG) sectors, took place at the Fira de Barcelona exhibition center in Spain on 17-20 September.
Power Electronics has successfully completed commissioning of an XMV660 medium-voltage variable frequency drive, a 630KW unit operating at 3.3KV, in one of the new facilities of the Canal de Isabel II on the town boundary of Villanueva de la Cañada (Madrid).
The unstoppable evolution of renewable energy, together with increases in fuel prices, is encouraging many users to obtain their energy supplies from alternative sources. Isolated pumping stations provide an ideal opportunity to convert to photovoltaic energy, as there is normally more than enough space to install the solar panels required.
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