The CFW11W water-cooled drive from WEG, supplier of drive technology, offers up to 40% higher power in a more compact size than standard air-cooled inverters, enabling manufacturers across a wide range of industries to increase efficiency and optimise processes.
Space on production plants is often limited, with only minimal room available for the installation of automation components. Furthermore, increasingly powerful drive systems require modern and efficient cooling methods. The modular, water-cooled CFW11W frequency inverter from WEG offers a solution to these challenges.
Available with an IP54 protection rating as a minimum, the CFW11W is robust, with enhanced cooling efficiency enabling it to operate without power loss at temperatures of up to 45°C. Additionally, the modular architecture of the CFW11W allows up to five power modules to be incorporated in a switchgear unit and controlled using a single operator panel, allowing the inverter to be optimally adapted to specific customer power requirements.
Aside from water cooling, the CFW11W inverters are structurally identical to WEG’s standard CFW11M models in the same product family. The inverters support open-loop vector control or field-oriented motor control with rotary transducer feedback for extremely high speed and torque accuracy. This enables precise torque settings even at low motor speeds, virtually up to the stall limit of the motor.
All functions for the effective protection of low-voltage motors are integrated in the devices. This makes the drives suitable for any task which requires precision and energy savings. The CFW11W is extremely easy to operate as it has an integrated user interface (HMI) with a backlit graphical display and software-configurable function keys. With a wide selection of plug-in extension modules as well as plug-and-play functions, it can be adapted to customer needs quickly and easily using the USB port.