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Delta’s M300 range: compact, advanced and cost-attractive

  • 23 Feb 2018

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Delta Electronics has launched the new M300 range of Drives, designed for the most basic to the most advanced applications.

Machine tools, textile machines, woodworking machines, packaging machines, electronics manufacturing, fans, pumps, air compressors all feature in the range and more.

The M300 range is comprised of three series: the MH range is focused to advanced automation needs; the MS300 covers main applications and the ME300 has been designed to be a very affordable solution for many automation systems.

All drives are physically compact: up to 40% smaller than similar models with the same power rating, yet still able to deliver high speed start-up plus fast acceleration and deceleration. All drives are also equipped with brake choppers.

Built to be extremely reliable, 100% coated printed circuits boards mean these new drives can withstand dusty and harsh environments for longer amounts of time. Similar to its predecessors, the M300 Series benefit from Delta’s optimized high range production quality systems, allowing this drive to differentiate itself both for reliability and costs.

These drives were specifically designed to be exceptionally user-friendly. In addition, this range is a general-purpose drive, making the entire product line easily scalable from a few watts to 22kW. 

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