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1. High performance - high turning moment, high accuracy and wide speed drive
2. Anti-tripping - with the ability to adapt to harsh grid, temperatureÂ andÂ dust interference
3. Environmental protecting functionÂ - low noiseÂ and low electromagnetic interference
4. It is suitable for controlling the start, stop, speed regulation and CW/CCW of the motor to meet the conditions required for production or equipment use.
5. Adopt PWM control output voltage regulation mode, it has sable performance
Condition: 100% Brand New
Application Range: Universal
Power Phase Number: Single Phase
Input Method: Single Phase 220VACÂ Input
Output Mode: Three-Phase 380VACÂ Output
Power Supply Voltage: 220VACÂ 50/60Hz
Supply Voltage: Low Voltage
Adapted Motor Power: 2.2kW
Filter: Without Filter
DC Power Supply Properties: Voltage Type
Control Mode: V/F Close Loop
Output Voltage Regulation Mode: PWMÂ Control
Appearance: PlasticÂ Case
Rated Current: 12A
Maximum Output Frequency: 400Hz
Size: Approx. (W x HÂ x T) 125 * 180 * 125mm / 4.9 * 7.1 * 4.9in Â
1 * Variable Frequency Drive Converter
1 * English User Manual
This product is suitable for three-phase motors with a voltage of 380V. Please confirm whether your equipment is compatible with the product before purchasing.
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