Watson inverter energy saving is mainly reflected in the application of fans and pumps. In order to ensure the reliability of production, various production machines have a certain margin when they are designed and equipped with power drives. When the motor cannot run at full load, in addition to meeting the requirements for power drive, the excess torque increases the consumption of active power, causing waste of electrical energy. The traditional method of speed regulation of fans, pumps and other equipment is to adjust the air supply and water supply by adjusting the opening of the baffle and valve at the inlet or outlet. in. When using variable frequency speed regulation, if the flow requirements are reduced, the requirements can be met by reducing the speed of the pump or fan.
The purpose of the motor using a Watson inverter is to regulate the speed and reduce the starting current. In order to generate variable voltage and frequency, the device first needs to convert the alternating current of the power supply into direct current (DC). This process is called rectification. A device that converts direct current (DC) into alternating current (AC). The scientific term is "inverter". The general inverter is an inverter power source that inverts a DC power source to a certain fixed frequency and a certain voltage. For inverters with adjustable frequency and adjustable voltage, we call them inverters. The output waveform of the inverter is an analog sine wave, which is mainly used for speed regulation of three-phase asynchronous motors. It is also called a frequency converter. For variable frequency inverters with high waveform requirements, which are mainly used in testing equipment of instruments, to sort the waveforms, you can output a standard sine wave, called a variable frequency power supply. General inverter power is 15-20 times the price of the inverter. Because the main device in the inverter equipment that generates changing voltage or frequency is called "inverter", the product itself is named "inverter", that is, the inverter.