Variable Frequency Drives

HV600



Variable Frequency Drives



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The HV600 variable-speed drive is engineered for use in HVAC building automation applications requiring reliable motor control. The HV600 features your choice of IP20/UL Type 1, IP55/UL Type 12, or IP20/Protected Chassis protection classes. Every HV600 comes with HVAC application-specific software presets a Hand-Off-Auto LCD keypad, a high-visibility Status Ring for quick visual indication of drive status, and a real-time clock for system accuracy.

Multiple configurations are available.

Z1000U Matrix



Variable Frequency Drives



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The Z1000U HVAC Matrix drive provides extremely low harmonic distortion in a space-saving design, along with the same HVAC-specific features available in our standard HVAC family of drives. This single-component solution achieves excellent low distortion levels, completely without the need for additional countermeasures such as passive filters or multi-pulse arrangements.

Unlike conventional drives, Yaskawa’s Matrix technology creates a variable output by switching directly from the input power, eliminating the DC bus. In addition to providing outstanding harmonic performance, the Z1000U also provides the same user experience for those already familiar with commissioning and maintaining Yaskawa’s family of HVAC drives.

Z1000 Redundant Package



Variable Frequency Drives



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The Z1000 Redundant Drive Package is engineered for use in critical HVAC building automation applications that require continuous reliable motor control. The redundant drive package provides two Z1000 drives containing HVAC application-specific software macros and a real-time clocks in a NEMA 1 (UL Type 1) enclosure to ensure uninterrupted operation in the event of drive fault. The redundant drive package features a main input disconnect switch, semiconductor fuses for each drive, single input/output wiring points, a single control wiring point, two door-mounted keypads, a selectable Manual or Auto Transfer switch, an H/0/A switch, and an integral damper control circuit.