Danfoss is expanding its customer service around its VLT frequency converter, increases the flexibility in machines and systems with the ISD 410 and their controls and ensures with Danfoss Solutions for maximum energy efficiency in the plants. In the field of plant construction, the drive specialists will in future cooperate with system partners to not only supply their customers with state-of-the-art and energy-saving frequency converters, but also to integrate these into finished control cabinet solutions.
Together with the customers, the experts from Offenbach specify the requirements for the solution. Subsequently, the construction of the corresponding cabinets, which can be equipped depending on the design with other system components such as controls or other external components. The customer receives a ready-to-install solution exactly according to his wishes.
Danfoss Integrated Servo Drives provides even more flexibility in machine and plant engineering. At the SPS / IPC / DRIVES, the Karlsruhe branch will show the combination of the ISD 410 compact servo motors with the integrated control electronics and the proven Danfoss drive technology. In this way, the higher-level master computer can not only supply the stand-alone control electronics of the ISD with necessary process data, but also control the frequency inverters of the VLT Automation Drive series. Thus, it is now possible to integrate not only the servomotors but also conventional three-phase asynchronous motors and PM motors in one machine / plant. In addition, the compact servos available in various variants can now also be equipped with IEC planetary gearboxes via a standard flange, thereby further increasing flexibility.
During the fair, Danfoss Solutions again offers free energy advice. The division specializes in the analysis and optimization of energy efficiency in production plants. At the exhibition stand, the energy experts will show how many users can save on their system and how to implement such projects cost-effectively. Typically, the potential between 10 and 20% of energy costs per annum, resulting in payback periods from 24 to 36 months. Interested parties have the opportunity to register for a non-binding energy consultation at www.danfoss.de/energieberatung.