Variable Frequency Drive

What is Variable Frequency Drive?

A Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) (also known as AC Drive, Inverter, Adjustable Frequency Drive, Adjustable Speed Drive, Variable Speed Drive Or Variable Frequency Variable Voltage Drive) is a type of equipment used in electro-mechanical drive systems to control & manage motor speed and torque by altering motor input voltage and frequency.

Amtech's Variable Frequency Drive

Axpert series drives are designed for wide-varying topological and power conditions. The drives are easy to configure, control and monitor. They are highly reliable and are resilient in the harsh industrial environments.

Our product portfolio includes,

Product Name Range Voltage
Axpert-Eazy+ Series VFD 0.75…2100 kW (1...2815 HP) 380...480 V, 500...600 V, 601...690 V, 3-Phase, 50/60 Hz
Axpert-Eazy mini Series VFD 0.75...7.5 kW (1...10 HP) 380…480 V, 3-Phase, 50/60 Hz
Axpert-Eazy+ 4Q Series VFD 75...355 kW (100...475 HP) 380…480 V, 3-Phase, 50/60 Hz
Axpert-VT240S Series VFD 0.75...45 kW (1...60 HP) 200…240 V, 380…480 V, 3-Phase, 50/60 Hz
Axpert-Eazy HF Series VFD 0…3000 Hz, 3…60 kVA 380…480 V, 3-Phase, 50/60 Hz

Advantages with Amtech's Variable Frequency Drive

  • Reliability
  • Minimize Wear & Tear
  • Energy Efficient
  • Minimize Cost of Ownership
  • Dynamic Performance for Demanding Applications
  • Efficient Operations
  • Well Proven on Extreme Harsh Operations