This synchronizing controller from Danfoss Inc. is designed for
use with Danfoss Drives' VLT(r) Series drives. It is engineered to provide speed
synchronizing, position synchronizing, and position synchronizing with marker
correction. It requires no extra programming software, and all parameters
required to start up synchronizing applications are internal to the drive, and
can be programmed via the standard Local Control Panel (LCP). It is suited for
applications such as printing lines, bottle washers, and multiple conveyor
belts. This controller, from Danfoss Drives, a division of Danfoss Inc.,
features four fixed gear ratios, settings and status read-out via LCP, and
control and status via I/O. For more information visit www.danfoss.com.
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