Chainflex® motor and servo cables enable variable frequency drives to operate safely and failure-free

June 25, 2019

Customers are demanding variable frequency drives that are more compact and that come equipped with higher-power motors and more accurate frequency converters. Because of this, the user must consider the electrical characteristics of the system's motor or servo cables to ensure the entire VFD system functions properly.


Read this tech talk to learn about the appropriate insulation material you'll need for your electrical cables, changes happening within the market, and a new product from igus® that enables modern VFDs to operate safely without failing.

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