Simple, reliable flow control
Simple, reliable motor control. Warranty terms and conditions apply
Ready to install high power drive cubicle system
Class leading induction and permanent magnet servo motor performance, with real-time Ethernet
Dedicated elevator drive that are easy to set-up and optimize while providing class-leading ride comfort
Maximum performance, ease of use and specialist application knowledge
Improving up-time, reliability and assuring safety
Enhancing finish quality, plant productivity and yield
Easily integrated, and generates productivity and cost-savings
Dedicated elevator drives that are easy to set-up and optimize while providing class-leading ride comfort
High Power modular systems up to 2.8 MW.
Increase productivity, reduce operating costs and save energy
Enhanced motor performance, reliability and system integration options
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Maximum servo performance in a minimum size package
Applications involving the flow of water demand extreme reliability and low energy consumption. Control Techniques’ F600, part of the newly introduced Specialist series of industry-specific drive technologies, builds on our company’s five decades of drives expertise, delivering precise, dependable flow control.
In February 2017 Control Techniques joined the Nidec Corporation. We’re now part of operations in over 40 countries, connected to approximately 300 companies who employ over 110,000 people. Nidec’s vision is to be the world’s number 1 for everything that spins and moves.
For the past 30 years SPS trade shows have been the highlight events of the automation industry across Europe. These serve as an inspiration for innovation.
Control Techniques, a Nidec brand, has been at the front of customer-focused drive technology for over 40 years. We're dedicated to the advancement of automation. We create next-generation drive technology for an interconnected world.
Spuhl, which manufactures metal spring lattices used in mattresses, worked with Control Techniques’ application engineers on a project involving the new Digitax HD servo drive series.