Siemens SINAMICS G110 - CPM110 AC-DRIVE, withOUT Filter 1AC200-240V

SINAMICS G110 - CPM110 AC-DRIVE, withOUT Filter 1AC200-240V

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  • Siemens 6SL3211-0AB13-7UB0
  • 2 year Northern Industrial Warranty
  • Fully functionally tested, cleaned and factory reset (if necessary)
  • Professionally refurbished
  • Refurbished items may feature minor cosmetic blemishes and are not supplied with original packaging or accessories.
  • Supplies are limited and subject to prior sale

SINAMICS G110 - CPM110 AC-DRIVE, withOUT Filter 1AC200-240V

About the Manufacturer

Sinamics G110 is one series of AC inverter drives manufactured by Siemens and is the range that 6SL3211-0AB13-7UB0 belongs to. If you are familiar with Siemens, you'll know that they have a range of different variable speed drive ranges making the Sinamics just one series that is designed to be used with fans, pumps and other general automation applications. Northern Industrial support all of the VSDs from the Sinamics series, which is not just the largest series offered by Siemens, but the largest variable speed drive family in the world.


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Range typeVariable Speed Drive
RangeSinamics G110

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