|Our microprocessor-based variable frequency drives will output a voltage to the AC motor that varies the voltage and frequency proportionally. This allows the AC motor to be turned down to a much lower speed compared to a triac drive. The input can be 50/60 Hz single phase and the output is 60 Hz, single or three phase. Some models are design for a 115 VAC input with a 115 VAC output. Other models, called "doublers", are designed for 115 or 230 VAC in and only 230 VAC out.
The ACF group is a microprocessor structured Alternating current variable frequency build . The pieces of hardware appear and behave like DC pieces of hardware , meaning simple and highly effective setup without the technical skills . All of these pieces of hardware are combined with operator adjustable trim pots to establish Maximum . Speed , Min . Speed , Fail Comp , Enhancement , TQ Limit , Accel and additionally Decel / Injection Braking limitations . ACF700 pieces of hardware allow for a 115 or 230 VAC input with a 115 or 230 VAC output , autonomous of the input possibility . The reason being that the ACF700 benefits from an extraordinary voltage doubling capacity that will permit anyone to manage a 230 VAC generator while just a 115 VAC solitary phase force may be found .
The PMF Series is a adjustable frequency drives designed to run 115 or 230 VAC motors, whether single phase or three phase, at 50 or 60 Hz. With our "Doubler Mode", the PMF Series will allow a 230 VAC output to be set with a base frequency of 50 or 60 Hz at 115 VAC.