Modular frequency inverters for machine, industrial environments

Lenze's scalable i500 frequency inverters are designed to be tailored to virtually any machine application and industrial environment and are compliant with efficiency class IE2 and its power section is separate from the control unit.

10/10/2015


Lenze's scalable i500 frequency inverters are designed to be tailored to virtually any machine application and industrial environment and are compliant with efficiency class IE2 and its power section is separate from the control unit. Courtesy: Lenze AmerLenze's scalable i500 frequency inverters are designed to be tailored to virtually any machine application and industrial environment and are compliant with efficiency class IE2. Delivering functional scalability and integrated safety, the Lenze i500 power section is separate from the control unit, and contains different forms of fieldbus communication such as Ethernet, multiple I/O interfaces, and plug options for a keypad, a USB interface or a wireless LAN module. These interfaces provide users with commissioning, parameter setting, maintenance and diagnostics.

The wireless LAN module can communicate with a PC or via a smart phone keypad application. Lenze i500 inverters feature a slim design and energy efficiency in the 0.33 to 60 hp (0.25 to 45 kW) power range. The modular Lenze i500 frequency inverter features a lower housing depth along with a sophisticated cooling system to reduce heat losses and allow side-by-side installation with minimal wiring in a smaller control cabinet. Inverters for control cabinet installation feature IP20 and IP31-rated protection. 

Lenze Americas

www.lenze.com 

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