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I/O extension module for Sinamics V20 increases converter scope

The new module lends the Sinamics V20 converter additional functionalities such as the ability to control up to four pumps using only a single drive. It also allows the converter to be used for even more applications. Typical fields of application for the converter in combination with the I/O module include pump, fan and compressor applications and any applications involving additional input and output ports with an output of 0.12 to 30 kilowatts. The Sinamics V20 is a basic converter from the Siemens portfolio characterized in particular by its short commissioning times, simple handling, robust design and cost efficiency. The converter is available in seven different sizes.

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