Variable Frequency Drive Market In North America Is Expected To Be Valued At US$ 5056.2 Mn By 2032

A variable frequency drive (better known as VFD), could be described as a kind of motor controller driving an electric motor by varying voltage and frequency supplied to electric motor. North America Variable Frequency Drive Market stands at 4.77 Bn as of now and is expected to be worth US$ 5.06 Bn by the year 2032 at a CAGR of 6% from 2022 to 2032.

North America is known for being more into machines and less into human labor. Variable frequency drives help in smooth sailing with respect to dependence on these machines. They, in fact, help verticals in manufacturing more products with minimal wastage. It has been reported that these drives reduce downtime by increasing machine productivity, machines’ efficiency, and quality of production.

The other terms to refer to VFD include adjustable speed drive, variable speed drive, AC drive, adjustable frequency drive, inverter, and Microdrive. The three different kinds of VFDs are fluid drives, electric drives, and mechanical drives.

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Rising prices of energy have resulted in an inevitability of energy-efficient motor control systems. They prove to be a good alternative to various throttling devices like valves and dampers and fixed speed controllers. Along these lines, Len Busch Roses has Danfoss’ variable frequency drive for regulating airflow in snapdragon greenhouse, that too, with precision. As such, Len Busch has witnessed reduction in energy costs by 22%.

Smart grid technology is being increasingly adopted, which could open doors for varying voltage and phase angle required. This ascertains that electricity gets transferred more efficiently.

Single VFD is getting used to control multiple electric motors, so as to dissipate less energy. Synchronous bypass method makes use of a VFD for starting and synchronizing multiple motors through transfer of load from a source to the other. Rockwell Automation states that asynchronous variable frequency drive system used to control two motors is capable of saving up to 33% of the initial capital spending.

At the same time, the fact that VFDs release pulses that are asynchronously switched can’t be ignored. If there happens to be a long cable between the motor and VFDs, the reflected pulses could result in production of voltage overshooting line voltage, thereby causing tension in cable and motor windings. Insulation thus fails, specifically for the motors that operate at 490 volts (or even higher). Future Market Insights has, through its latest market study entitled ‘North America variable Frequency Drive Market’, etched these findings with future perspectives.

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Key Takeaways from North America Variable Frequency Drive Market

  • The AC drive dominates North America Variable Frequency Drive market. It, in fact, accounts for more than 70% of the overall market. This could be credited to wider application on their part in heavy and medium industries like power generation, oil and gas, food and beverages, paper and pulp, infrastructure, and automotives.
  • Low voltage accounts for more than 80% of the overall market share due to growing demand for low power variable frequency drives in fans, pumps, machine tools, crane, fluid machines, printing machines, metal processing machines, and food processing machines.

“Call for better productivity with reduced downtime to drive North America Variable Frequency Drives market”, says an analyst from Future Market Insights.

Competitive Landscape

  • Yaskawa Electric Corporation, in June 2021, announced tabling HV600 family of the drives that incorporates advancements in HVAC applications’ variable speed control.
  • Eaton Corporation, in June 2021, came up with PowerXL DM1 micro variable frequency drive designed for OEMs at industrial and commercial level.
  • Fuji Electric, in September 2022, announced working on virtual power plant in the direction of spreading renewable energy.
  • Emerson, in June 2022, acquired Fluxa, thereby strengthening its foothold in the life sciences vertical.

What does the Report Cover?

  • Future Market Insights offers an exclusive perspective and various real-time insights on North America Variable Frequency Drive market in its latest study, presenting historical demand assessment of 2016 – 2021 and projections for 2022 – 2032.
  • The research study is based on voltage range (low voltage range and medium voltage range), by end-use vertical (oil & gas, food processing, and automotive), and by application (standard and regenerative).

Key Segments Profiled

By Voltage Range Type:

  • Low Voltage Range
  • Medium Voltage Range

By End-use Industry:

  • Oil & Gas
  • Food Processing
  • Automotive

By Application:

  • Standard
  • Regenerative