Low-cost Movitrac LT E inverters available from stock

SEW Eurodrive's new Movitrac LT E range of low-cost frequency inverters are now available for delivery in the UK from stock. The range comprises a series of products in two physical sizes, all designed to provide cost-effective, easy-to-use drives for three-phase induction motors in the power range 0.37-4.0kW (0.5-5HP).

The Movitrac LT E employs open-loop voltage and frequency control to regulate the speed of the motor. Digital control is combined with the latest IGBT power semiconductor technology to give a compact, robust unit for general-purpose drive applications. The inverters are designed for ease of use and ease of installation, together with simple programming and commissioning, thereby minimising the overall applied cost of a drive.

Simple but powerful features make the Movitrac LT E, in combination with the available accessories, suitable for a wide range of applications. Both IP20 and IP55 versions are available.

Typical applications are:

  • Pumps in the water supply industry, paper industry and sewage systems
  • Fan controllers in air conditioning systems, energy saving applications and refrigeration systems
  • Compressors in refrigeration systems and compressed air supply systems
  • Conveyors

SEW-Eurodrive Ltd

DeVilliers Way

+44 (0)1924 893855



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