SPS IPC Drives Hall 2, 131 Stand
Yaskawa shows how the intelligent use of powerful drive and control technology can optimize processes and save resources. Significant potential savings are offered, for example, by medium-voltage three-phase motors: Due to the variable adaptation of the supplied operating voltage and frequency, they consume considerably less power, in contrast to constant speeds.
In addition, the maintenance effort is reduced because of momentary shocks or extreme loads when abruptly starting the engine are avoided. An appropriate solution offers the Medium voltage inverter MV1000, As the world's smallest medium-voltage converter, the new development also meets the highest efficiency requirements in terms of space and installation.
Another example of efficient energy use is the regenerative converter D1000. Such regenerative systems make it possible to return the surplus regenerative braking energy directly to the power grid. In the future, this module will also be used in the manufacturer's robots, where it will store excess braking energy or return it to the primary network.
Another highlight is the MH5 robot with the compact FS100 control, which is more efficient than conventional control systems and requires less space.