High temperature drives

  • 18-Feb-2011 03:38 EST
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Magnetek’s Impulse •G+ and VG+ Series 3 adjustable frequency crane controls have been rerated to an increased ambient temperature rating of 60°C (140°F). The Impulse Series 3 drives are suitable for use in high-temperature crane and hoist applications in severe environments such as steel mills and power plants. Series 3 incorporates advanced control technology to improve material handling system performance and safety. The Series offers a keypad with expanded digital display, additional alarm and fault codes, as well as increased current carrying and load share capacities. Drives are UL-listed and are offered as part of a complete system or can be designed as a custom control panel to meet specific applications.

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