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  • FR-B3

    The carrier frequency for the FR-B3 is 2 kHz. For the low noise type FR-B3-N, it is 14.5 kHz. More Details >>

    • No:21181
    • Release Date:2018/08/22 16:26
  • Using the inverter near a large power...

    Use the AC reactor. More Details >>

    • No:21171
    • Release Date:2018/08/22 16:26
  • FR-CV

    The reactor generates a sound during power regeneration, but it is not abnormal. [Reason] The noise from the reactor is caused mainly by the magnetic attract... More Details >>

    • No:21157
    • Release Date:2018/08/22 16:26
  • FR-CV

    At power-ON, the signal turns ON for a moment to perform a converter initial reset. More Details >>

    • No:21156
    • Release Date:2018/08/22 16:26
  • FR-HC2

    A current fluctuation may result in abnormal noise from the peripheral device or the flickering fluorescent light. More Details >>

    • No:21155
    • Release Date:2018/08/22 16:26
  • FR-HC2

    Since the FR-HC2 switches the TRM according to the power supply phase, it has a circuit that detects the power supply phase. "A phase is confirmed" when the ... More Details >>

    • No:21154
    • Release Date:2018/08/22 16:26
  • FR-HC2

    Check that not only the current but also the various elements of the fuse such as cut-off speed and life are equivalent to those of the recommended product. More Details >>

    • No:21153
    • Release Date:2018/08/22 16:26
  • FR-HC2

    It bypasses (removes) high-frequency current due to switching that is output by the FR-HC2 to prevent it from being flown into the power supply system as a f... More Details >>

    • No:21152
    • Release Date:2018/08/22 16:26
  • FR-HC2

    It prevents high-frequency current due to switching that is output by the FR-HC2 from being flown into the power supply system as a filter. More Details >>

    • No:21151
    • Release Date:2018/08/22 16:26
  • FR-HC2

    It controls the charging current immediately after the power is ON. (as a resistor for charging current limit circuit) More Details >>

    • No:21150
    • Release Date:2018/08/22 16:26

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