Drives

Danfoss Drives is a global leader in the variable speed control of electric motors. We have the world’s largest installed base of VLT® and VACON® AC drives, and can draw on decades of experience within a wide range of industries.

For 50 years, Danfoss Drives has been a global leader in the variable speed control of electric motors. We have the world’s largest installed base of VLT® and VACON® AC drives, and can draw on decades of passion and experience within a wide range of industries.

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News

  • Configure your own VACON® 100 & NX drive
    Configure your own VACON® 100 & NX drive
    14 June 2021

    We’re happy to introduce the possibility to configure your VACON® 100 and NX yourself to match your exact needs. Customise your drive in our Product Store whenever and wherever it’s most convenient for you.

  • Faster and easier commissioning with new CBM Plug-in for VLT® Motion Control Tool MCT 10
    Faster and easier commissioning with new CBM Plug-in for VLT® Motion Control Tool MCT 10
    25 May 2021

    Danfoss’ VLT® Motion Control Tool MCT 10, an interactive software used to quickly and easily configure and document the settings of AC drives, has been updated. You can now take full benefit of the support of additional sensors and monitoring of electric motors in your CBM setup with the latest drives’ firmware. This means that if you are utilizing condition-based monitoring in your AC drives already, you can now make full use of the CBM functions via your computer.

  • Webinars: Harmonics in electrical networks with AC drives
    Webinars: Harmonics in electrical networks with AC drives
    05 May 2021

    Join our series of webinars during May and June to learn more about “Harmonics in electrical networks with AC drives”. In our upcoming webinars we will focus on harmonics, a topic that requires important consideration in variable speed drives applications. Danfoss Drives will explain in the webinars why harmonics plays such a vital role and measures that can be taken to optimize your system and thereby minimize disruption to your plant.