Toshiba: QX7 HVAC

DCS-26-Toshiba-QX7HVAC-400.jpg

June 15, 2021

The Toshiba QX7 adjustable speed drive is designed for HVAC applications where harmonic content is critical to the power grid. The QX7’s patented 18-pulse design is the most sensible solution for the high demands of the HVAC industry. The QX7 eliminates the need to add other filters and costly isolation transformers.

  • • Patented 18-Pulse Design
  • • Small Footprint
  • • Powerful, User-Friendly Operator Interface
  • • Variety of Communication Options
  • • Small Footprint with Uniform 24” Depth
  • • Top or Bottom Cable Entry/Exit
  • • Proven Toshiba ASD Technology

Source

Related Articles



Editor’s Pick: Featured Article

Weidmüller’s u-control 2000: The Automation Controller

Weidmüller’s u-control 2000: The Automation Controller

Weidmüller’s scalable engineering software, u-control 2000, adapts individually to your requirements. And, the u-control is powerful, compact and fully compatible with Weidmüller’s I/O system u-remote. This article looks at what makes u-control the heart of your automation.

Programmable logic controllers (PLCs) are one of the main components of any automated system. A typical control system has inputs, outputs, controllers (i.e., PLCs), and some type of human interaction with the system, a human machine interface (HMI), for example.

Read More



Latest Articles

  • Helping McMaster University Adapt its Buildings for the Future

    Helping McMaster University Adapt its Buildings for the Future

    February 22, 2024 McMaster University is using technology to better control and manage its legacy thermal systems and create smarter buildings McMaster University is using technology to better control and manage its legacy thermal systems and create smarter buildings. Carmichael Engineering Ltd., a Canadian systems integrator, worked closely with ABB Canada’s leading experts and its highly… Read More…

  • Grid Transparency Behind-the-Meter Is Key Challenge for Power Utilities, Study Reveals

    February 20, 2024 Siemens has released key insights into how electric utilities in the United States and Canada are managing the rapid adoption of behind the meter distributed energy resources (DERs) in its new report “Seeing behind the meter: How electric utilities are adapting to the surge in distributed energy resources.”  Data from the study… Read More…