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Low Voltage Soft Starters

Solcon Solutions offers four different kinds of low voltage soft starters to fit any application you might need. The Difference Between Soft Starters and VFDs Industrial motors require large quantities of energy when quickly accelerating to full speed. To prevent this issue, soft starters and variable frequency drives (also known as VFDs) can be utilized to reduce inrush currents and lessen mechanical stress on the system – protecting your expensive equipment and expanding the overall life of your motor by minimizing heating caused by frequent stops and starts. Choosing between a soft starter and a VFD is dependent on a number of factors including the associated application, system requirements, and total cost. Below, we’ll break down the distinct differences between soft starters and VFDs, the advantages and disadvantages of both, and hopefully help you decide which is the best fit for your business.

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Medium Voltage Soft Starter

Ratings: 1400-3000, 2300-15000V HRVS-DN MEGA Using our specialized software, we perform a series of calculations derived from the data that is given. With this we

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Low Voltage Soft Starters

Solcon Solutions offers four different kinds of low voltage soft starters to fit any application you might need. The Difference Between Soft Starters and VFDs

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