Variable Torque Drive is rated at 350 hp.

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MICROMASTER 430 inverter offers integrated control and includes local/remote control on BOP2 keypad. Product employs pump staging controller that takes auxiliary logic control out of external devices and brings them into drive. Controller activates up to 3 additional pumps to maintain proper system pressure. Provided with commissioning macro and I/O, product is suited for sophisticated control applications.

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Siemens' Micromaster 430 Inverter Expanded To 350 HP

ATLANTA -- Siemens has added more muscle to its popular MICROMASTER 430 variable torque drive by increasing its power from 150 HP to 350 HP.

The ideal pump controller, all control is integrated into the drive. The MICROMASTER 430 includes local/remote control on a BOP2 keypad. Ready to install out of the box, the MICROMASTER 430 offers simple commissioning macro and an ample supply of I/O even for sophisticated control applications.

A standard pump staging controller takes auxiliary logic control out of external devices and brings them into the drive. In addition, the controller will activate up to three additional pumps to maintain proper system pressure.

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