Mitsubishi Inverter



Energy Saving Solutions

Energy Saving with Variable Speed Drives

The consumed power of a variable-torque load, such as fans, pumps and blowers, is proportional to the cube of its rotation speed.

Adjusting the air volume by the inverter rotation speed control can lead to energy savings

Advanced Optimum Excitation Control

(This feature is unique to Mitsubishi)

Optimum excitation control continuously adjusts the excitation current to an optimum level to provide the highest motor efficiency. With a small load torque, a substantial energy saving can be achieved. For example, at 4% motor load torque for a general-purpose motor, the motor efficiency under Optimum excitation control is about 30% higher then the motor efficiency under V/F control.

Mitsubishi VSD Energy Saving

Proven Savings NOT just theoretical values!

Energy Saving at a glance

Using a display

Energy saving monitor / Pulse train output of output power

Energy saving effect can be checked using and operation panel, output terminal, or network.

The output power amount measured by the inverter can be output in pulses. The cumulative power amount can be easily checked.

With the Mitsubishi energy measuring module, the energy measuring module, the energy saving effect can be displayed, measured, and collected.

Using Adroit SCADA or HMI (or any other SCADA system)

Speak to us about integrating the power savings into measurable reports.

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