Motor control

  • 08-Sep-2009 07:03 EDT
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Phoenix International, a John Deere company, has introduced a family of liquid-cooled motor control inverters designed for applications with a bus voltage of up to 700 V dc and a continuous current of up to 300 A. Products are rated to work in an ambient temperature range of -40 to +85°C (-40 to +185°F). The inverter family features a flexible set that can be hardware configured for use with various position sensing technologies including resolver, digital halls, and analog halls. The high-voltage system contains an interlock feature used for detection of severed high-voltage connectors on the inverter. Phoenix partners with suppliers of permanent magnet, switched reluctance, and induction motors to provide rugged systems for electrification on small equipment, off-highway vehicles, and recreational products.

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