New Compact AC drive

Wednesday, May 24, 2006
The AC drive manufacturer Vacon launched a new compact, efficient Vacon NXL. The standard unit fulfills the EMC requirements of industrial, public and residential environments. It can be installed on the wall without additional cabinets as the RFI filter and AC choke are integrated in the well-protected mechanics, IP21 or IP54. Available up to 30 kW in 400 V, the new Vacon NXL drive is a choice for all open-loop applications including conveyors, mixers, fans, pumps or packaging machines. The modular hardware and software design allows cost-effective solutions for most requirements, from simple fan control to versatile machine control including PLC functions. "The new Vacon NXL is extremely easy to install and use. The credit-card-sized instruction guide is readily available in each unit," says Mr Heikki Hiltunen, Executive Vice President, Vacon Group.

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