In the USA, sales of Variable Frequency Drives continue to grow rapidly. The energy savings obtained by the use of VFDs are making the use of this technology more and more interesting as OEMs are looking for more ways to save money in their manufacturing processes.
The advantages of using VFDs to control motor speed and torque come with certain challenges. The VFD application causes a number of unique electrical issues that should not be ignored and should be addressed properly. Cable is often an afterthought in the planning process but actually represents a very important component in the whole application.
What is a Ferrari worth without the proper road to drive on? Similarly, the best VFD requires a cable that takes all the unique electrical issues into consideration and in the end improves the application.