An HVAC drive, the FRENIC-HVAC has been added to the company’s portfolio of low-voltage inverters. The drive features a slim, space-saving design, real-time clock, embedded BACnet, and all other functions required to independently operate fans and pumps in air conditioning equipment. It was designed for both UL Type 1 and Type 12 installation environments. It features an input interface that includes temperature sensors and controllers, torque vector control, removable keypad, fire mode, filter-clogging prevention functions, and four proportional-integral-derivative (PID) controls that monitor the external environments particular to
air conditioning.

Fuji Electric Corp. of America

eProduct 183 

Want more HVAC industry news and information? Join The NEWS on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn today!