Simplify control of asynch motors

SEW-Eurodrive’s Movitrac LTE B is a frequency inverter that simplifies control of asynchronous motors. It is available in three sizes with a standard IP20 or IP55/NEMA 12k housing, and the power range has been extended to 15 HP for NEMA 1 units and 10 HP for NEMA 12. New control algorithms provide improved motor control performance, especially at low speeds.

10/01/2008




SEW-Eurodrive’s Movitrac LTE B is a frequency inverter that simplifies control of asynchronous motors. It is available in three sizes with a standard IP20 or IP55/NEMA 12k housing, and the power range has been extended to 15 HP for NEMA 1 units and 10 HP for NEMA 12. New control algorithms provide improved motor control performance, especially at low speeds. A remote keypad allows diagnostics, while a copy stick makes it easy to copy parameters from one drive into another for fast machine setup. The onboard S-bus is compatible with SEW’s gateway fieldbus devices for DeviceNet, Profibus, EtherNet/IP and Profinet, allowing the addition of these capabilities as needed. Other enhancements include dynamic braking on two sizes for regenerative applications. www.seweurodrive.com SEW-Eurodrive





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