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The SMV range of IP31 inverter drives offer sophisticated auto-tuning, fast dynamic torque response with impressive low-speed operation all from a compact and simple to use package.

The SMV 0.33 HP (0.25 KW) drive features a 208/240 VAC 1Ø input in a NEMA 1 (IP31) Enclosure.

Lenze SMVector IP31 Frequency Inverter Drives Distributors

ESV251N02SXB 13471566


Operating Instructions

The SMVector NEMA 1 (IP31) is a compact and cost effective drive for a wide range of AC motor applications demanding dynamic speed and torque control.

The SMVector NEMA 1 (IP31) is available in power ranges from 0.33-60 Hp (0.25 kW-45.0 kW) and global voltages from 120 VAC-600 VAC.

If you are looking for AC Tech ESV251N01SXB Drives, please call us at (800) 894-0412 or email us at we will do our best to help you find the Lenze ESV251N01SXB frequency inverters that you are looking for at the most competitive prices possible.

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  • Type: ESV251N02SXB
  • Input phase: 1(2)/N/PE AC
  • Rated power: 0,25 kW/0.33 HP
  • Input voltage: 240 V
  • Output current: 1,7 A
  • Output frequency: 0-500 Hz
  • NEMA enclosure: Type 1
  • Approval: CE/cULus/C-Tick
  • Weight: 1.8 lb
  • Height: 7.5 in
  • Width: 3.9 in
  • Depth: 4.4 in


  • ESVZAD0 13156542 DeviceNet Communications Interface module for SMV
  • ESVZAE0 13156544 Ethernet/IP Communications Interface module for SMV
  • ESVZAP0 13156545 Profibus Communications Interface module for SMV
  • EZXDB3712A1 13189236 Dynamic Braking Module with Resistors: 0.33-0.5 HP, 208-240 VACfor SMVector
  • ESVZXK1 13241791 SMVector Remote Keypad w/ drive interface module and cable - upto 10HP (7.5kW)
  • ESVZAL0 13280844 Additional Form C Relay Output Module for SMV
  • ESVZAL1 13280845 Addional I/O module for SMV: includes 1 form C relay and 2 digital inputs
  • ESVZAC0 13300357 CANopen Communications Interface module for SMV
  • ESVZAR0 13315855 RS485 / Modbus Communications Interface module for SMV
  • EEPM2BA 13364959 The EPM is a memory chip that can easily be removed, copied and installed into all sub-micro drives and the SMVector Series drive.
  • EEPM1RA 13442917 This is an EPM Programmer used to program EPM chips for Sub-Micro and SMVector Series drives.

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Lenze Drives

Alongside the Options Offered by the 8400 StateLine, the additional features of the 8400 HighLine include integrated point-to-point positioning. As such, up to 15 selectable target positions, including the corresponding travel profile (e.g. acceleration), can be stored in the inverter. These positions are selected and corresponding procedures specified by the master control. The returned incremental encoder signal

AC Drives

If an AC motor is connected directly to the mains supply the motor will accelerate quickly and then rotate a fixed speed which is dependant upon the electrical supply frequency and the motor design. For some applications fixed speed is acceptable and, by carefully selecting gearbox ratios, a desired final output speed can be achieved. However, for most applications, hard acceleration, unbraked deceleration