Drive Motors


The Inverter is an electronic device designed to convert direct current DC power input into alternating current output.
This device is mainly used for two reasons:

  1. to change the frequency of the asynchronous electric motors in industrial application. Without the VFD these motors will run with constant speed as they get a constant frequency (50 Hz in Europe)
  2. to convert the direct current of renewable energy systems to alternating current output to be sold to the National electricity network. This is a typical domestic application.

Field of use:

Pressure Water Pumps, Industrial Ventilation, Lifting Winches, Pressure Cleaners, Woodworking Tools, Home Appliances, Garage Equipments