PowerFlex® Architecture-class AC Drives provide a broad set of features and application-specific parameters. Our drives are ideal for high performance applications. This class of drives is designed for advanced application flexibility and control system integration. These features converge and optimize manufacturing disciplines into a plant-wide integrated architecture with real-time information access throughout your power and control system, enterprise, and supply chain.
PowerFlex® 753 AC Drives are cost-effective and easy to use in general purpose applications requiring safety features. They come standard with built-in I/O, which is ideal for machine builders and system integrators who want to reduce engineering costs, deliver machines to market faster, and meet end user demand for more productive machines. Select size-optimized drives for low-power applications where you have limited space available. The Dual-port EtherNet/IP™ Option Module offers flexible, cost-effective methods for leveraging EtherNet/IP networks.
PowerFlex® 755 AC Drives provide ease of use, application flexibility, and high performance. They include multiple control and hardware options, as well as optional embedded safety features. These drives are well-suited for a wide variety of motor control applications including pumps, fans, and conveyors. With Integrated Motion on EtherNet/IP™, you can place these drives on the same network as Kinetix® drives. A Dual-port EtherNet/IP™ Option Module supports ring, linear, and star topologies, as well as Device Level Ring (DLR) functionality for fault tolerant connectivity and high drive availability.
Our PowerFlex 755T drives are designed to provide harmonic mitigation, regeneration, and common bus solutions that help reduce energy costs, add flexibility, and increase productivity. These are the first drives to offer TotalFORCE™ technology which uses several patented features that were developed to help optimize your system.
PowerFlex® 70 AC Drives are compact packages of power, control, and operator interface designed to meet demands for space, simplicity, and reliability. These drives are easy to integrate and configure. Our packaged drives provide additional control, power, and enclosure options in standardized designs. The PowerFlex 70 Fan and Pump packaged drive is a cost-effective solution for speed control in variable torque fan and pump applications.
PowerFlex® 700S AC Drives offer optimized integration for the most demanding stand-alone, coordinated drive control and drive system applications. The PowerFlex 700S AC drive with the DriveLogix™ option combines the powerful performance and flexible control of PowerFlex AC drives with a high-performance Logix engine to produce a highly functional, cost-effective drive and control solution.
PowerFlex® 700 AC Drives are available in a wide range of horsepower ratings. These drives control three-phase induction motors in applications with requirements ranging from the simplest speed control to the most demanding torque control. The PowerFlex 700 AC drive offers application-specific features and parameters for lifting, oil wells, and speed and positioning applications. Available packaged drives provide additional control, power, and enclosure options in standardized designs. The PowerFlex 700 Fan and Pump packaged drive is a cost-effective solution for speed control in variable torque fan and pump applications.
Rockwell Automation announces that as of June 2016, the PowerFlex 700H AC Drives will be discontinued and no longer available for sale. Customers are encouraged to migrate from the PowerFlex 700H Drives to the PowerFlex 755 Drives.
PowerFlex® 700L AC Drives offer either PowerFlex 700 Vector Control or PowerFlex 700S Control on a fully regenerative, liquid-cooled power structure. This powerful combination offers great performance and high power capabilities in a small package along with energy savings and low harmonics. The PowerFlex 700L AC Drives are flexible, high performance drives available in panel mount and cabinet mount versions.
Common Bus Power Supplies use a common rectifier to supply power to the DC bus for all the DC-AC inverters. Power-sharing on the DC bus increases the efficiency of applications where inverters are motoring while others in the same process are generating power.