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The primary function of a variable frequency drive is to vary the speed of a three-phase ac induction motor Typical reasons for considering VFDs include energy savings, controlled starting current, adjustable operating speed and torque, controlled stopping, and reverse operation. VFDs cut energy consumption, especially with centrifugal fan and pump loads. Halving fan speed with a VFD lowers the required horsepower by a factor of eight, as fan power is proportional to the cube of fan speed. Depending on motor size, the energy savings could pay for the cost of the VFD in less than two years. Apart from this, the offered drives are made available in several technical specifications at reasonable prices. Contact Now

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