The Variable Frequency Drive for AC motors, also known as AC drive, is an electronic device which receives energy from a fixed frequency fixed voltage AC source (either single phase or three phase) and converts it into a variable voltage (or current), variable frequency three phase supply for a three phase motor. In so doing it gives the ability to run the motor at different speeds. Hence it comes under the category of variable speed drives.

Where VFDs are used?
  • Pumps & Compressors
  • Fans
  • Elevator doors
  • Textile winders
  • Tape winders
  • Treadmills
  • Whole body vibrating machines
  • Milk Separators
  • Polishing & Grinding machines



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