Sensorless drives

The M-Max series of sensorless vector adjustable frequency drives features a compact design, impressive torque response, and simple handling. Including both single and three-phase devices, the microprocessor-based drives incorporate standard features that can be programmed to tailor the drive’s performance to suit a wide variety of applications, including: conveyor belts, transport drives...
March 1, 2010

The M-Max series of sensorless vector adjustable frequency drives features a compact design, impressive torque response, and simple handling. Including both single and three-phase devices, the microprocessor-based drives incorporate standard features that can be programmed to tailor the drive’s performance to suit a wide variety of applications, including: conveyor belts, transport drives, packaging machines, pumps and fans. The M-Max product line uses a 32-bit microprocessor and insulated gate bipolar transistors (IGBTs) that provide quiet motor operation, high motor efficiency and smooth low-speed performance. The size and simplicity of the M-Max allows for easy installation. When mounted on DIN rail or mounting plates, the drive can be installed side by side.

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