Single-Phase Inverter is designed for low-power applications.
March 18, 2013 -
Available for 200–240 V range, Sinamics V20 frequency converter accommodates applications with power range from 0.12–15 kW as well as in environments where only single-phase power connection is available. Compact and rugged single-axis drive comes in 4 sizes designed to accelerate commissioning and facilitate operation. It can be deployed anywhere for operating pumps, blowers, compressors, and conveyors as well as for drive tasks in process and manufacturing industries.
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Siemens Expands Voltage Range of Sinamics V20 Inverter
• Single-phase line connection for 200 to 240 volts
The Sinamics V20 frequency converter from Siemens is now also available as a single-phase device for the voltage range 200 to 240 volts. Until now, it has been possible to deploy the compact drive in three-phase systems at 380 to 480 volts. The downward expansion of the voltage range makes the inverter suitable for further applications in environments where only a single-phase power connection is available and applications with low powers from 0.12kW.
The compact and rugged single-axis drive that Siemens Drive Technologies Division first presented at SPS IPC Drives 2012 is characterized by short commissioning times, cost efficiency, and simple operation. The Sinamics V20 covers a power range from 0.12 to 15 kW in four sizes. It can be deployed anywhere in the world for operating pumps, blowers, compressors, and conveyors as well as for simple drive tasks in the process and manufacturing industries.
Siemens AG Background Information
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The Siemens Drive Technologies Division (Nuremberg, Germany) is the world’s leading supplier of products, systems, applications, solutions and services for the entire drive train, with electrical and mechanical components. Drive Technologies serves all vertical markets in the production and process industries as well as the infrastructure/energy segment. With its products and solutions, the Division fulfills the key requirements of its customers for productivity, energy efficiency, and reliability. For more information, visit www.siemens.com/drives