Brochure provides performance and application details for the E-trAC(reg) DVC digital vector inverter. Providing up to 700 hp constant-torque and sensorless vector control, the inverter can handle high-torque, low-speed applications with control down to 0.5 Hz. Graphical, menu-driven programming is featured for configuring the inverter for applications such as conveyors, pumps, extruders, cranes, and hoists.
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