Decentralised inverters open up new perspectives for energy efficient production
Pilz Automation Ltd
Posted to News on 15th May 2024, 09:30

Decentralised inverters open up new perspectives for energy efficient production

Lenze has introduced its i-series Motec decentralised frequency inverters, aimed at improving energy efficiency in production. These inverters serve industries like intralogistics, automotive and consumer goods, offering intelligent and cost-effective solutions.

Decentralised inverters open up new perspectives for energy efficient production

Ueli Allenspach, Lenze's Product Manager, highlights the role of digitalisation in enabling sustainable innovations in drive technology. "The Motec inverters feature advanced connectivity, acting as sensors and linking to IIoT platforms for real-time data analysis, aiding condition monitoring and predictive maintenance.

"The inverters include energy recovery units, significantly reducing energy wastage. Their compact design and integrated software ensure minimal CO2 footprints and up to 30% energy savings. User-friendly features and integrated safety levels further enhance productivity and system security."


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UNITED KINGDOM

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