Motor controllers for multi-motor applications

The Series KTV7 of multi-motor controllers are ideal for use with variable frequency drives (VFDs) in multi-motor installations for industries that include food and beverage, material handling and factory automation.
By Sprecher + Schuh June 7, 2016

The Series KTV7 of multi-motor controllers are ideal for use with variable frequency drives (VFDs) in multi-motor installations. Courtesy: Sprecher + SchuhThe Series KTV7 of multi-motor controllers are ideal for use with VFDs in multi-motor installations for industries that include food and beverage, material handling and factory automation. Designed for use with VFDs that have an output frequency of 400 Hz or less, the new KTV7 series multi-motor controllers provide the disconnect function for motor branch circuits, branch-circuit short-circuit protection, and manual (ON/OFF) switching. KTV7s are current limiting devices with a fixed magnetic trip, and interruption ratings are available up to 65 KaIC at 400 V and 480 V. The KTV7 controllers provide motor overload protection with a trip class 10 thermal characteristic.

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