Increasing energy efficiency through a harmonized RCD and drive solution

Adoption of variable-speed frequency-controlled drives is on the rise as machine builders look to achieve more sophisticated, energy-efficient machines. While productive, these components can cause tripping problems and threaten the effectiveness of the protection functions when operated with the wrong Residual Current Device (RCD). Choosing the right RCD according to IEC/EN 62423 can mitigate these side effects and ensure your machines deliver optimal energy efficiency and asset protection. Uncover how to find the best combination of RCD and Drives in our white paper.


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