Emotron MSF 2.0 uses torque control to optimise start and stop sequences. This reduces start currents by up to 30% more than with conventional softstarters. Smaller fuses and less expensive cables can be used, which reduces installation and energy costs. Reduced mechanical stress minimizes maintenance costs.

When starting, for example, a heavily loaded crusher, torque boost can be used to handle peak loads. The rotation direction of a fan can be controlled via the programmable inputs of the softstarter. A fan that is rotating in the wrong direction is safely started using spin start.

Drive manufacturer Emotron has launched a new softstarter emotron