High-Performance Drives for Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motors (PMSM).
The Dial-A-Temp is a Plug-In style fan speed control specifically designed for controlling built-in Fans in Stoves and Fireplaces.
The KB Marketing Team held a customer meeting at a local microbrewery.
Here are some answers to some of your Frequently Asked Questions.
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KB's drives are used in countless applications for the Automation Industry to reduce manual labor.
To bring food and drinks to the table, the Food and Beverage Industry can be quite demanding.
Most HVAC Industry applications often require unique and demanding performance of the drive.
KB Electronics' drives, with NEMA 4X / IP65 enclosures, are especially suitable for the Knife Grinding Industry.
Most applications in the Packaging Industry involve a speed control strategy in which the drive regulates
KB Electronics offers 21 Wall Mount, AC Motor Fan Speed Controls ready for distributions.
KB’s four (4) Chassis Mount, Fan Speed Controls provide infinitely variable speed control.
KB standard off-the-shelf DC Drives available in a NEMA 4X / IP65 aluminum enclosure.
KB’s AC drives provide variable speed for 3ph AC Induction motors from 1/8 through 1 horsepower.
KB’s AC drives provide variable speed for 3ph AC Induction motors from 1/8 through 5 horsepower.
Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motors (PMSM) are used today in more applications that have traditionally used AC Induction motors. The KBVF 4G (4th generation) drive adds high performance and robust PMSM control while keeping its simple and ready to use out of the box interface.More Info
Nidec’s KB® Electronics brand got its start crafting high-quality controls and drives back in 1967. After being founded in Brooklyn, New York, the company headquarters moved to Coral Springs, Florida, in 1995. At KB, we pride ourselves on providing customers a great deal of customization on the motor drive products we create for them. This helps reduce costs by eliminating the need to purchase unnecessary extras.
With over 200 separate models of off-the-shelf variable frequency digital and hybrid AC drives (AC inverters), variable speed DC motor controls, battery DC-to-DC controls, brushless DC drives and Triac fan controls in our inventory, chances are we have a product that will provide an excellent fit for your requirements. Our reliable controls and drives are used for many different applications like:
If you’re looking for a superior motor control or drive product for these or other applications, you’re in the right place! Browse through our website to learn more.
The KB Electronics brand was acquired by Nidec Motor Corporation in 2015. Parent company Nidec Corporation, based in Japan, was founded by Shigenobu Nagamori in 1973 with only four employees. It has since grown to employ over 140,000 people worldwide. The company values of passion, enthusiasm and tenacity fit well with KB’s own corporate philosophy..
Nidec products help power multitudes of products that run from computers, cell phones and home appliances to heavy industrial equipment. The company’s subsidiary companies include more than 300 businesses across the world, uniquely suiting us to supply innovative products that help better society on a global scale..
Now part of the world’s biggest manufacturer of electric motors, KB creates controls and drives that help advance technology for “Everything that spins and moves.” We continue to provide our customers just what they want: customization, quality and reliable products.More About Nidec
Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motors (PMSM) are being used in more applications that have traditionally used AC Induction motors. The KBVF 4G (4th generation) drive adds high performance and robust PMSM control while keeping it's simple and ready to use out of the box interface.
The KB Marketing Team held a customer meeting at Holy Mackerel Brewing in South Florida to find out how they like our KBDA Drive that is used to operate the pump on their beer cart. The video shows part of our meeting while sampling some of their craft beers.