Introducing the IP66/NEMA 4X Variable Frequency Drives from Invertek

Invertek Drives Optidrive variable frequency drives provide advanced electric motor control and are renowned for their ease of set-up and use. With the addition of IP66 / NEMA 4X rated enclosures, which are available across the E3, P2 and Eco ranges, they can operate in some of the harshest environments. The IP66 / NEMA 4X rated variable frequency drives can be used in applications and environments containing large amounts of dust, moisture, and chemicals. They are the perfect choice for applications such as conveyors, mixers, packaging, ventilation and fans, and water or liquid pump systems. The high level of protection provided allows the drives to be placed directly on, or very close to, the motor and application without the need for a cabinet. This makes them an ideal solution for outdoor applications, retrofitting and equipment requiring washdown. A coated heatsink combined with the protected enclosure, and a design that eliminates areas where dirt can become lodged, makes them able to withstand strong water jets, which means they are perfectly suited to applications requiring stringent hygiene standards.

 

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