The VLT® HVAC Drive from Danfoss Drives, available in the power range 1.1 – 1400 kW, is designed for all HVAC applications. A dedicated drive with built-in intelligence that is optimised for building automation systems; incorporating a vast number of functions developed to meet the diverse needs of the heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) business. It is the perfect match for pumps, fans and compressors in modern buildings that are fitted with increasingly sophisticated solutions. The VLT® HVAC Drive is the preferred AC drive for heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems throughout the world. Drive down operating costs, with the leader in HVAC efficiency.
The VLT® HVAC Drive combines flexibility and efficiency, designed to minimize total system and lifecycle costs in HVAC applications. Designed to be installed in any fan or pump system and efficiently operate induction permanent magnet (PM), and high-efficiency synchronous reluctance (SynR) motors; you can count on the VLT® HVAC Drive to provide years of reliable and maintenance-free operation. The Danfoss EC+ concept pairs the VLT® HVAC Drive with high-efficiency motor technologies, with efficiency classes of IE3 and above. EC+ provides building owners with a flexible and future-proof system that is able to meet and exceed increasingly stringent environmental and efficiency-focused legislation in a cost-effective way.
As the world’s population continues to increase, energy-optimized HVAC systems are the key to providing comfort and safety without increasing energy consumption. To give you the flexibility you need with the reliability you expect, the VLT® HVAC Drive has been enhanced to meet your needs. New motor technologies are driving an increase in operating efficiency in HVAC applications. To get the most out of these PM and SynR motors, you need an AC drive equipped with the algorithms to optimally control these motors. With the availability of the most common HVAC communications protocols today, the VLT® HVAC Drive can be integrated seamlessly to practically any building automation control network.
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