A variable-frequency drive (VFD), often referred to as a micro variable frequency drive, an AC drive, or an inverter drive, is a form of adjustable-speed drive used in electro-mechanical drive systems to regulate the speed and torque of an AC motor by altering the motor input frequency and voltage.
Small appliances to massive compressors are among the devices that use VFDs. This is how it conserves energy or reduces or optimises the use of energy.
It can adjust the power supplied to fit the energy requirements of the driving equipment.
The Global Micro Variable Frequency Drive market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
The PowerXL DM1 Micro Variable Frequency Drive was launched by Eaton. The Eaton engineered drive is made for business, industrial, and original equipment manufacturer (OEM) clients and is made to make design, integration, and operation simpler, increase safety, and promote reliable operations.
With onboard Ethernet-based connectivity, IoT, a web server, Bluetooth, safe torque off, SIL2, and other features, Eaton’s new VFD provides the greatest value in its category.
Eaton’s PowerXL DM1 micro drives are designed to assist clients save system costs and meet the demands of today’s increasingly demanding commercial and industrial applications by offering industry-leading onboard communications, a high short-circuit current rating, and a compact form.
In order to assist clients in lowering the cost of using a VFD, the PowerXL DM1 micro drive includes a patented energy control algorithm, broad onboard industrial communication protocols, and built-in web server capabilities.
With onboard communication protocols and a webserver, high short-circuit current ratings with resettable devices like breakers and manual motor protectors, and a sturdy design based on years of VFD experience, the PowerXL DM1 offering includes the DM1 and DM1 Pro.
These products increase simplicity, safety, and reliability. The PowerXL DM1 drives are designed with safety in mind. They have Bluetooth capabilities, which eliminate the need to open enclosure or panel doors in order to monitor the VFD (STO).
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