A Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) is a motor control device used to achieve one simple major goal: controlling the speed and torque of AC induction motors. Apart from this there are a number of secondary benefits of the unit: protection of the motor (especially by archiving a soft start/stop of the motor) and the possibility of remote monitor/remote control. Other names used for the same device are: Adjustable Speed Drive (ASD), Adjustable Frequency Drive, Frequency Inverter and Variable Speed Drives (VSD).
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