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High Performance Engineering Low Voltage Drive

Posted By: hiconics-global

Date: Wed, 10 May 2023

Price: $1.00

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The HIC800 high performance engineered drive system is Hiconics' new generation low voltage high power drive control platform, which uses advanced European hardware and software technology, combined with Hiconics' comprehensive application expertise in the drive field, and is designed to meet the application requirements of high power motor college drives in major industries.

Different Models of High Performance Engineering Low Voltage Drive
3 phase 380V (T4)/400kW~1400KW
3 phase 660V (T7)/450kW~2000kW

Composition of High Performance Engineering Low Voltage Drive
High Performance Engineering Low Voltage Drive is composed of 3 main parts:



Control system

Principle of High Performance Engineering Low Voltage Drive
Low-voltage (LV) drives are designed to operate at output voltages equal to or less than 690 V and power from several watts to megawatts.

The low-voltage inverter uses three-phase rectification on the input side, DC bus filtering and energy storage, and the three-phase inverter circuit outputs power supplies of different frequencies, control the motor speed and torque by outputting different frequencies.

Please kindly check following image about the working priciple of our VFD system:

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As a frequency inverter distributor, we will do our best to meet all the needs of customers.

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