Variable Frequency Drives

Drive solutions for every task

All NORD control cabinet AC vector drives are compact in size and flexible option selection allows customization to almost any application. With a wide power range up to 125 hp and and high quality torque regulation, the AC vector drives can be operated where top performance and safety are required. The scalable functionality of our technology allows it to be used in many applications for the operation of both asynchronous and synchronous motors. Installation and maintenance are simplified by the intuitive NORD CON tools and parameter structures.


Versatile Application

With the NORDAC PRO SK 500E series, the possibilities are limitless. The NORDAC PRO has built-in motor mapping, open loop vector control, closed vector control, 4 quadrant operation, servo performance enhancement, mechanical brake control, break release delay, injection braking, dynamic braking, incremental and absolute feedback encoder input, infinite speed range (with appropriate motor), high speed operation, communication via CANBus, Profibus, MODBus and Ethernet IP communication, option modules and more.
0.33 - 125 hp

NORD variable frequency drives are the solution for drive tasks in numerous applications all over the world. Thanks to the integrated PLC, our technology reduces the load on the higher level control system.

NORD AC vector drives are relied on throughout the world by machine manufacturers and end users alike. Many industries including distribution, parcel & post, general conveying, airport, bulk material handling, general engineering, packaging, and more opt for solutions provided by NORD. This is due to the advantages offered by NORD DRIVESYSTEMS. Our AC vector drives provide a high degree of performance and safety. Local subsidiaries and distributors throughout the world ensure that we are close to our customers at all times, consistently providing high quality products and prompt service. No matter where you are in the world, our drives are your solution.

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