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Eaton Corporation: Machinery drives

Eaton’s M-Max series of sensorless vector adjustable frequency drives, include both single and three-phase devices.
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The microprocessor-based drives incorporate standard features that can be programmed to tailor the drive’s performance to suit a wide variety of applications, including: conveyor belts, transport drives, packaging machines, pumps and fans. The M-Max product line uses a 32-bit microprocessor and insulated gate bipolar transistors (IGBTs) that provide quiet motor operation, high motor efficiency and smooth low-speed performance. The size and simplicity of the M-Max allows for easy installation. Standard drive includes a digital display and operating and programming keys on a keypad. The display provides drive monitoring, as well as adjustment and diagnostic information. The keys are used for digital adjustment and programming of the drive, as well as for operator control. Separate terminal blocks for control and power wiring are provided for customer connections.

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