Yaskawa America, Inc. Expands HV600 Family of Drives

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October 21, 2022


Yaskawa America, Inc., Drives and Motion Division, is pleased to announce an expansion to our HV600 family of HVAC Drives. To further advance HV600 as the premier drive for HVAC applications, we are introducing the following products to the family.

  • HV600 UL Type 12 Narrow Electronic Bypass and Configured Drive Packages
    Available Models: 208 VAC: 0.5 to 20 HP; 480 VAC: 0.75 to 40 HP
    Our new UL Type 12 Narrow HV600 Drive packages are industry leaders for your HVAC applications.  Now you have the ability for UL Type 12 Protection without having to mount large, heavy and expensive enclosures in your buildings. 


  • HV600 IP55/UL Type 12 Drive with Disconnect Switch
    Available Models: 208 VAC: 3 to 40 HP;  480 VAC: 3 to 75 HP


The addition of an integrated disconnect switch to our standard HV600 IP55/UL Type 12 drive saves time, money and space during drive installation.

  • HV600 Redundant Drive Packages
    Available Models: UL Type 1 and UL Type 12, 480 VAC: 3 to 250 HP
    Our new redundant drive packages provide you with the benefits of two HV600 drives in one enclosure for applications where you need critical VFD back up for your system. 


  • •Multi-Protocol EtherNet (MPE) Option Card
    Featuring BACnet/IP, the MPE option card enables connection of our HV600 and Z1000U Matrix Drives with the most popular building automation networks


 “Yaskawa offers the HV600 in a variety of drive and drive packages that meet UL Type 12 standards, making them the perfect choice for applications like cooling towers, data centers, and mechanical rooms.” said David Levine, Yaskawa Product Manager. 


For more information about our HV600 family of drives, click here


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