Mitsubishi Electric Inverters - Variable Speed Drives

Mitsubishi Electric

Drives for all conceivable applications: there’s something for everyone at Mitsubishi Electric! With more than 18 million of our frequency inverters installed we are one of the largest manufacturers in the world. Day after day, in heavy-duty industrial use, our frequency inverters prove their high levels of costeffectiveness, reliability, functionality and flexibility. Frequency inverters developed by Mitsubishi Electric are used routinely in many sectors and systems – and that’s not all. Mitsubishi Electric know-how also features in many frequency inverters made by other manufacturers who are utterly convinced by its technical edge and economic benefit.

Innovative technologies applied by Mitsubishi Electric in developing their frequency inverters result in highly dynamic drive systems and genuine power misers. Examples of this innovative power are the new functions RSV control (Real Sensorless Vector Control) and OEC control (Optimum Excitation Control).

Mitsubishi Electric’s frequency inverters meet all the standards and specifications laid down in the EU Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and the Machinery Directive 98/37/EC. Needless to say, all the units carry the CE mark and are certified as conforming to UL, cUL and GOST. 

The user-friendliness of the FR-D700 series makes these units a particularly good choice for standard applications. Entering drive parameters and settings is quick and easy with the one-touch Digital Dial on the integrated control panel, saving time and cutting costs.   
1 phase 200~240 V, capacity from 0,1 to 2,2 kW
3 phase 380~480 V, capacity from 0,4 to 7,5 kW
Model Voltage, V Capacity, kW Current, A Price
FR-D720S-008-EC FR-D720S-008-EC 200-240 (1ph) 0,1 0.8 reduced!
FR-D720S-014-EC 200-240 (1ph) 0,2 1.4 reduced!
FR-D720S-025-EC 200-240 (1ph) 0,4 2.5 reduced!
FR-D720S-042-EC 200-240 (1ph) 0,75 4.2 reduced!
FR-D720S-070-EC 200-240 (1ph) 1,5 7 reduced!
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The inverters in the FR-E700 series are all-rounders and miniature masterpieces given their compact size. These are popular choice in a wide diversity of applications, from textiles machines to conveyer systems, from door and gate drives to fans and pumps.
1 phase 200~240 V, capacity from 0,1 to 2,2 kW
3 phase 380~480 V, capacity from 0,4 to 15 kW
Model Voltage, V Capacity, kW Current, A Price
FR-E720S-008-EC FR-E720S-008-EC 200-240 (1ph) 0,1 0.8 reduced!
FR-E720S-015-EC 200-240 (1ph) 0,2 1.5 reduced!
FR-E720S-030-EC 200-240 (1ph) 0,4 3 reduced!
FR-E720S-050-EC 200-240 (1ph) 0,75 5 reduced!
FR-E720S-080-EC 200-240 (1ph) 1,5 8 reduced!
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The frequency inverters in the FR-F700 range have been especially designed for pump and fan applications as well as heating, ventilation and air-conditioning installations (HVAC).
3 phase 380~480 V, capacity from 0,75 to 630 kW
Model Voltage, V Capacity, kW Current, A Price
FR-F740-00023-EC FR-F740-00023-EC 380-480 (3ph) 0,75 2.3 reduced!
FR-F740-00038-EC 380-480 (3ph) 1,5 3.8 reduced!
FR-F740-00052-EC 380-480 (3ph) 2,2 5.2 reduced!
FR-F740-00083-EC 380-480 (3ph) 3,7 8.3 reduced!
FR-F740-00126-EC 380-480 (3ph) 5,5 12.6 reduced!
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Designed for unparalleled energy saving, optimised speed control, simple start-up, and versatility, Mitsubishi Electric has developed a new generation of drive technology: the remarkable FR‑F800.
3 phase 200-240 V, capacity from 0.75 kW to 110kW
3 phase 380-500 V, capacity from 0.75 kW to 630kW
Model Voltage, V Capacity, kW Current, A Price
FR-F820-00046-1 FR-F820-00046-1 200-240 (3ph) 0,75 4.6 reduced!
FR-F820-00077-1 200-240 (3ph) 1,5 7.7 reduced!
FR-F820-00105-1 200-240 (3ph) 2,2 10.5 reduced!
FR-F820-00167-1 200-240 (3ph) 3,7 16.7 reduced!
FR-F820-00250-1 200-240 (3ph) 5,5 25 reduced!
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Designed for unparalleled drive precision, speed control, simple startup, and versatility, Mitsubishi Electric has developed a new generation of drive technology: the remarkable FR-A800.
3 phase 200~240 V, capacity from 0,75 to 132 kW
3 phase 380~500 V, capacity from 0,75 to 630 kW
Model Voltage, V Capacity, kW Current, A Price
FR-A820-00046 FR-A820-00046 200-240 (3ph) 0,75 4.6 reduced!
FR-A820-00077 200-240 (3ph) 1,5 7.7 reduced!
FR-A820-00105 200-240 (3ph) 2,2 10.5 reduced!
FR-A820-00167 200-240 (3ph) 3,7 16.7 reduced!
FR-A820-00250 200-240 (3ph) 5,5 25 reduced!
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Mitsubishi Electric frequency inverters FR-A800 Plus is suited for various cranes to achieve fast, robust, and smooth operations. By using the Mitsubishi's original anti-sway control technology, the swinging of an object moved by a crane is suppressed at the time of stopping, even without operator's input adjustment.
3 phase 200-240 V, capacity from 0,4 kW to 90 kW
3 phase 380-480 V, capacity from 0,4 kW to 280 kW
Model Voltage, V Capacity, kW Current, A Price
FR-A820-0.4K-1-60CRN FR-A820-0.4K-1-60CRN 200-240 (3ph) 0,4 3 reduced!
FR-A820-0.75K-1-60CRN 200-240 (3ph) 0,75 5 reduced!
FR-A820-1.5K-1-60CRN 200-240 (3ph) 1,5 8 reduced!
FR-A820-2.2K-1-60CRN 200-240 (3ph) 2,2 11 reduced!
FR-A820-3.7K-1-60CRN 200-240 (3ph) 3,7 17.5 reduced!
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Compact inverter for fans and pumps. Both the general-purpose motor and the IPM motor can be operated. The general-purpose motor driving setting can be switched to IPM driving setting by only one setting.
3 phase 200-240 V, capacity from 0,4 kW to 15 kW
3 phase 380-480 V, capacity from 0,4 kW to 15 kW
Model Voltage, V Capacity, kW Current, A Price
FR-F720PJ-0.4K FR-F720PJ-0.4K 200-240 (3ph) 0,4 2.5 reduced!
FR-F720PJ-0.75K 200-240 (3ph) 0,75 4.2 reduced!
FR-F720PJ-1.5K 200-240 (3ph) 1,5 7 reduced!
FR-F720PJ-2.2K 200-240 (3ph) 2,2 10 reduced!
FR-F720PJ-3.7K 200-240 (3ph) 3,7 16.5 reduced!
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Featuring a large number of innovative technologies, this compact frequency inverter delivers exceptional performance and is ideal for hoist drives and high-powered machines with torque that can be used for regenerative braking. This includes a wide range of applications with vertical and horizontal movements such as conveyor systems, centri- fugal separators, testing machines, winding machines and so on.
3 phase 380~480 V, capacity from 5,5 to 55 kW
Model Voltage, V Capacity, kW Current, A Price
FR-A741-5.5K FR-A741-5.5K 380~480 (3ph) 5,5 12 reduced!
FR-A741-7.5K 380~480 (3ph) 7,5 17 reduced!
FR-A741-11K 380~480 (3ph) 11 23 reduced!
FR-A741-15K 380~480 (3ph) 15 31 reduced!
FR-A741-18,5K 380~480 (3ph) 18,5 38 reduced!
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About Mitsubishi Electric


The Mitsubishi Electric Group operates on the corporate principle of contributing to creating a vibrant and affluent society by enhancing its technologies, services, and creative powers, as a leader in the manufacture and sales of electric and electronic equipment used in Energy and Electric Systems, Industrial Automation, Information and Communication Systems, Electronic Devices, and Home Appliances.

The history of Mitsubishi Electric is the history of the development of modern Japan. The company was founded in 1921, when Mitsubishi Shipbuilding Co. (now Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.) spun off a factory in Kobe, Japan that made electric motors for ocean-going vessels into a new company called Mitsubishi Electric Corporation.

In that year, the new company entered the consumer sector by manufacturing and marketing an electric fan, which became a hit product. Over the next decade the company succeeded in landing major contracts, including one for the development of an electric railway substation.

In the 1930s Mitsubishi Electric started manufacturing, installing and maintaining elevators and escalators as well as producing electric power generation equipment. The company continued to grow and branch out at a brisk pace, and by 1960 had emerged as one of the most innovative diversified electrical equipment manufacturers in Japan. In the early 1960s the company also turned its attention to environmentally conscious manufacturing techniques —many years before environmental concern became a serious issue.

Over the next two decades the company began extending its reach overseas while establishing itself as a pioneer in the development of computers, advanced air conditioning systems, automobile electronics, satellites powered by photovoltaic technology, and nuclear power generation.

From 1980 to the present day, the pace at which Mitsubishi Electric has introduced and refined breakthrough technologies and products for the benefit of society, industry and individuals has been nothing less than astonishing. These technologies include the world's first large-scale LED screen for sports arenas, the world's largest CRT television screen for the consumer market, the world's first spiral escalator, the world's fastest elevators, the antenna technology behind the world's first commercial in-flight Internet service, and much more.

Today, Mitsubishi Electric is a global giant with operations in 40 countries, more than 120,000 employees, and consolidated net sales of more than US$39 billion. (Figures are as per Annual Report 2014.)

Offering a vast range of automation and processing technologies, including controllers, drive products, power distribution and control products, electrical discharge machines, electron beam machines, laser processing machines, computerised numerical controllers and industrial robots, Mitsubishi Electric helps bring higher productivity—and quality—to the factory floor. In addition, our extensive service networks around the globe provide direct communication and comprehensive support to customers.

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