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Hitachi America, Ltd.: Hitachi America, Ltd.: Hitachi Introduces Enhanced Micro AC Drives
Hitachi SJ200-2 and L200-2 Series of inverters build on the advanced technology of their predecessors.
Hitachi America, Ltd., Industrial Systems Division, today announced the new SJ200-2 and L200-2 Series of inverters. These new models build on the advanced technology of their predecessors. Numerous incremental enhancements have been added, affording extraordinary power and flexibility. The result is performance unprecedented in a low-cost micro-drive, and products that can solve more applications than ever before. Again, Hitachi leads inverter technology and sets a new industry micro-drive standard. The SJ200-2 employs 6th Generation Sensorless Vector Control technology. Its unique “Intelligent Sensorless Vector Control,” recognized by Frost & Sullivan with their 2006 Excellence in Technology Award, provides optimal vector performance without the need to perform auto-tuning. It's the perfect drive for high starting torque applications or where speed regulation is more critical. The L200-2 is empowered with cutting-edge functions yet is easy-to-install, easy-to-use, and easy-to-maintain. The L200-2 series volts-per-hertz inverter delivers superior performance at an attractive price. It is a modern, global variable frequency drive solution ideally suited for fan, pump, conveyor and many other general purpose applications. Common features include • advanced trip avoidance functions • side-by-side mounting capability • built-in timing logic and analog input math (PLC) functions • DIP-switch hand-off-auto • removable control terminal connector • RS485 Modbus RTU communication interface • A new CANopen option is also now available.
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