Panels & VSD's Division


VSD’s are extremely versatile and offer a high degree of motor control where motor speeds can be accurately varied from zero rpm through over 100% of the rated speed, whilst the torque is also adjusted to suit.

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VSDs in appropriate applications could save energy, cut costs and increase profit margins

A VSD, also known as a ‘drive’, ‘frequency converter’, ‘adjustable speed drive’ or ‘inverter’, is an electronic power controller that is able to adjust the electrical supply to an AC induction motor with a corresponding change in the motor’s speed and torque output. By implementing this type of control a very close match between motor speed and the process requirements of the machine it is driving may be achieved.

Control Panels

Electrical control panels are designed and used to control mechanical equipment. Each one is designed for a specific equipment arrangement and includes devices that allow an operator to control specified equipment.

Electrical panel components control every piece of equipment in every industry. It’s difficult to describe all possible combinations because every industry and most companies have defined component preferences.

Sometimes your work space is dusty, dirty, wet, humid, corrosive, or hot. In those harsh environments, you cannot just mount your VFD exposed. You need a VFD Control panel – an enclosure that protects the VFD and other electric components.

 Features are:

  • Keeping  all components in one panel
  • Keeping  dust, dirt, and weather out of electrical parts
  • A complete motor control solution (bypass, harmonic filtering, etc.)