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Compact drives offer greater power density

Compact drives offer greater power density

Siemens has enhanced its modular drive inverter system to offer higher power density and space-saving. The second generation of the Sinamics G120 is now available in three voltage versions for connection to 200V, 400V and 690V lines and its higher power density is due to the new PM240-2 power module.

The re-engineered drives are even more resistant to line fluctuations, thanks to an integrated DC link inductor, while the IP21 degree of protection makes them drip-proof, meaning they can be mounted outside a control cabinet, even in a damp environment.

The Sinamics G120 range is available in seven frame sizes, with powers ranging from 0.37kW to 250kW, depending on requirements. The drives can be mounted side-by-side without derating, reducing not only space requirements but also the cost of control cabinet construction. To lower heat levels in the control cabinet, the Sinamics G120 features the innovative push-through cooling concept in addition to needs-based ventilation.

The new drives have optimised connections on the line and motor sides to simplify commissioning and maintenance work. Siemens also supplies the shield plates at no additional cost.

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