Schneider Drives & Softstarts

Product Overview

As a leading manufacturer of electronic control and switchgear, Schneider Electric are recognised for high quality and innovative technology. Services Orientated Drives are designed to reduce operational costs in process and utilities installations, and can reduce downtime by as much as 20%, without additional investment.

Product Description


Variable Speed Drives for small machines, with 3-phase, 240V, 0.18kW to 4kW asynchronous motor. With a design focussed on integration, this drive offers easy communication with all other machine components via integrated universal Modbus serial link. Advanced functions allow for increased productivity (integrated PID, multi-speed, etc.), and a smaller footprint (notably in terms of the depth of equipment, as the baseplate mounted version dissipates heat into the machine frame).


Altivar Machine ATV320, is a Variable Speed Drive designed for Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) that meets simple and advanced application requirements for 3-Phase synchronous and asynchronous motors from 0.18kW to 15kW. Designed to improve machine effectiveness in a wide variety of applications. and to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of machines, while optimising design and engineering costs for OEMs.


Process Drives


Variable Speed Drive with embedded services dedicated to pump and fan processes in Industry and Utilities for 3-phase synchronous, asynchronous, and special motors from 0,75kW to 1.5MW. Constant torque applications: power range 0.75kW to 800kW, asynchronous and synchronous motors.


Variable Speed Drive with embedded services for demanding process applications in Industry for 3-phases synchronous, asynchronous, and special motors from 0.75kW to 800kW. Altivar Process is a Services Oriented Drive designed to reduce OPEX in process & utilities installations, thanks to embedded digital services.


Building Drives


The Altivar 212 is a Variable Speed Drive for 3-phase asynchronous motors from 0.75kW to 75kW. It is specifically intended for the most commonly encountered fluid management applications in tertiary sector buildings (HVAC): heating, ventilation, air conditioning and pumping. Due to its eco-energy based design, energy savings of up to 70% can be achieved compared to a traditional control system.

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