Frequently Asked Questions


What is a frequency converter?

A frequency converter is an electronic controlled power conversion device which can convert power from one distribution standard to another.

They convert an alternating current of a basic fixed-frequency to alternating current of another frequency. They are also used to control the speed and the torque of AC motors.

The AC motors are usually same standard motors that can be connected across AC power line. By incorporating bypass starters, operation can be maintained even if inverter should fail.Significant energy savings are achieved in many applications with frequency converters controlling the speed of pumps and fans.

Types of frequency converters are:

  • Shore Power Converters
  • Aviation Power Converters
  • Industrial Power Converters
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