PowerXL DM1 micro VFD

VFD Simplifies Integration, Operation

June 29, 2021
Eaton drive helps reduce design and operation costs.

The PowerXL DM1 micro variable frequency drive is designed for commercial, industrial and OEM customers. The VFD is engineered to simplify design, integration and operation, improve safety and support reliable operations. It offers onboard Ethernet-based communications, IoT, webserver, Bluetooth, safe torque off, SIL2 and more. By providing onboard communications, high short-circuit current rating and compact design, the PowerXL DM1 micro drives are engineered to help customers reduce system costs and meet the challenges of demanding commercial and industrial applications. The PowerXL DM1 is a micro drive that increases simplicity, safety and reliability through onboard communication protocols and webserver, high short-circuit current ratings with resettable devices like breakers and manual motor protectors and a robust design.


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