Microprocessor-based variable frequency drive for OEM applications

American Control Electronics' ACF700 series has an onboard microprocessor that allows custom programming for a variety of original equipment manufacturer (OEM) applications.
By American Control Electronics August 17, 2016

American Control Electronics' ACF700 series has an onboard microprocessor that allows custom programming for a variety of original equipment manufacturer (OEM) applications. Courtesy: American Control ElectronicsAmerican Control Electronics’ ACF700 series is an open chassis microprocessor-based variable frequency drive (VFD) designed to offer the simplicity of a dc drive. ACF700 drives are designed for setup without any programming and the drives are equipped with user-adjustable trim pots to set max/min speeds, slip comp, boost, torque limit, and accel and decel/injection braking parameters. The 115V/230V single-phase input can provide single- or three-phase outputs of 115V or 230V, which makes it useful for sub-fractional hp motors and gear motors. An onboard microprocessor allows custom programming for a variety of original equipment manufacturer (OEM) applications. It also features dc injection braking and is design to protect against overheating as a result of frequent overload.

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