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Frequency Converter

Manufacturer of a wide range of products which include frequency converter, single phase frequency converter and three phase frequency converter.

Frequency Converter

Frequency Converter
  • Frequency Converter
  • Frequency Converter
  • Frequency Converter
  • Frequency Converter
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Approx. Price: Rs 3.4 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

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Minimum Order Quantity1 Unit
PhaseSingle Phase, Three Phase
Output Voltage220/400 V
ModelTMFC20
Output Frequency400 Hz
Frequency50 - 60 Hz
Power SourceElectric

A frequency converter, also known as a frequency changer, is a device that takes incoming power, normally 50 or 60 Hz and converts it to 400 Hz output power. Different types of power frequency converters exist, specifically, there are both rotary frequency converters and solid state frequency converters. Rotary frequency converters use electrical energy to drive a motor. Solid state frequency converters take incoming alternating current (AC) and converts it to direct current (DC).

 

What Is The Purpose Of A Power Frequency Converter For Commercial Utility?

Standard commercial utility power is alternating current (AC) power. AC refers to the number of cycles per second (‘hertz” or Hz) that the power fluctuates, positive and negative, around a neutral datum. Two standards exist in the world, 50 hertz and 60 hertz. 50 Hz is prevalent in Europe, Asia and Africa, while 60 Hz is the standard in most of North America and some random countries (Brazil, Saudi Arabia, South Korea) around the world.

 

There is no inherent advantage to one frequency over another frequency. But there can be significant disadvantages. Problems occur when the load being powered is sensitive to the input power frequency. For example, motors spin at a multiple of the power frequency. Thus, a 60 Hz motor will spin at 1800 or 3600 RPM. However, when 50 Hz power is applied, the RPM is 1500 or 3000 RPM. Machines tend to be speed sensitive, so the power to run them must correspond to the design RPM intended. Thus, a typical piece of European machinery needs 50 Hz input, and if it runs in the United States, a 60-to-50 Hz converter is required to convert the available 60 Hz power to 50 Hz. The same applies vice versa to convert 50 Hz power to 60 Hz. While standard power ratings and capacities exist for frequency converters, our converters operate over a range of voltages from 100V to 600V. The most commonly specified voltages are 110V, 120V, 200V, 220V, 230V, 240V, 380V, 400V, and 480V. Because our standard and custom design capabilities can meet a range of power system needs, Standared power controls is your supplier for frequency to voltage converter.

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Single Phase Frequency Converter

Single Phase Frequency Converter
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Approx. Price: Rs 1.1 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

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Minimum Order Quantity1 Unit
Power1-25kW
PhaseSingle Phase
ModelTMSP10
Input Voltage230/220/110V
Output Frequency400 Hz
Frequency50 - 60 Hz
Power SourceElectric

The simplest form of electrical power is single phase, or one phase frequency converter. This is represented by a single sine wave. Single-phase distribution is used when loads are mostly lighting and heating, with few large electric motors.

 

 

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Three Phase Frequency Converter

Three Phase Frequency Converter
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Approx. Price: Rs 3.4 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

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Minimum Order Quantity1 Unit
Power1-400kW
PhaseThree Phase
ModelTMTP10
Input Voltage400/220V
Output Frequency400 Hz
Frequency50 - 60 Hz
Power SourceElectric

Three phase frequency converter systems may or may not have a neutral wire. A neutral wire allows the three phase system to use a higher voltage while still supporting lower voltage single phase appliances. In high voltage distribution situations it is common not to have a neutral wire as the loads can simply be connected between phases (phase-phase connection).

 

Three-phase electric power is a common method of electric power transmission. It is a type of multi-phase system mainly used to power motors and many other devices. A three-phase system uses less conductor material to transmit electric power than equivalent single-phase or direct-current systems at the same voltage.

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