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Global Variable Frequency Drives Market Growing at 6.44% CAGR to 2019 Says a New Research Report Available at adds "Variable Frequency Drives Market by Type (AC, DC, Servo), Power Range (Micro, Low, Medium, High), Voltage (Low & Medium), Application (Pump, Fan, Compressor, Conveyor, Elevator, Extruder) and Geography - Global Market Trends & Fo

DALLAS, Aug. 22, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Latin America is the highest growing region among the global variable frequency drives market. In Latin America, Brazil is the largest market in terms of market size and growth. Asia-Pacific is the largest region in terms of market size. Variable frequency drives are solid state regulators used in AC or DC electric motor. Increasing consumption of electricity coupled with rising electricity prices over the globe are the key trends driving the market. However, higher implementation costs of drives can affect the growth of this market.  Most variable frequency drives are applied on Alternating Current (AC) electric motors in the industrial manufacturing. There are some Direct Current (DC) electric motor applications that apply variable frequency drives, but most manufacturers seek AC motors because DC motors are expensive and often fail. Variable frequency drives can also be used as a phase converters, when three phase motors need to be operated from single phase power. The market is technologically driven and most of the companies seek new product development to have a competitive edge. The report also touches upon various important aspects of the market. These include analysis of the value chain, Porter's Five Forces model, and the competitive landscape. In addition to this, 21 key players of this market have also been profiled. Complete report is available at .

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Variable Frequency Drives are the equipment used in the electrical and electronic devices. It is widely used in industries where reduction in electricity consumption is of foremost importance. Its power savings capabilities make it primary equipment in manufacturing of electrical and electronic devices. The increasing infrastructural developments coupled with environmental regulations are the key drivers for the growth of this market. Companies like ABB Ltd., American Electric Technologies Inc., Amtech Electronics India Ltd., Crompton Greaves, Danfoss Vlt Drives, Eaton, Emerson Industrial Automation, Fuji Electric Co., Ltd., GE Energy Power Conversion, Hiconics Drive Technology Co. Ltd., Hitachi Ltd., Honeywell International Inc.,  Johnson Controls Inc., KB Electronic Inc., Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Rockwell Automation Inc.,  Schneider Electric Sa, Siemens AG, toshiba International Corporation, Vacon PLC, and Yaskawa Electric Corp. are profiled in this research available for purchase at .

Table of Contents for Variable Frequency Drives Market by Type (AC, DC, Servo), Power Range (Micro, Low, Medium, High), Voltage (Low & Medium), Application (Pump, Fan, Compressor, Conveyor, Elevator, Extruder) and Geography - Global Market Trends & Forecast to 2019) Research Report Cover:

1 List of Acronyms


2 Introduction

2.1 Objectives

2.2 Analyst Insights

2.3 Market Segmentation and Markets Covered

2.4 Stakeholders

2.5 Research Methodology


3 Executive Summary


4 Market Overview

4.1 Introduction

4.2 Market Statistics


5 Market Analysis

5.1 Market Dynamics

5.2 Value Chain Analysis

5.3 Porter's Five forces Analysis


6 Variable Frequency Drive Market, By Type

6.1 Introduction

6.2 Market Analysis


7 Variable Frequency Drives, By Power & Voltage Range

7.1 Power Range

7.2 Voltage Range


8 Variable Frequency Drives, By Application

8.1 Industry Overview

8.2 Market Analysis


9 Variable Frequency Drives, By Geography

9.1 Industry Overview

9.2 Market Analysis

9.3 Asia – Pacific to Drive the Global Market

9.4 Europe

9.5 North America

9.6 Latin America

9.7 Middle East & Africa


10 Competitive Landscape

10.1 Introduction

10.2 Key Players of Variable Frequency Drive Market

10.3 Growth Strategies in the Variable Frequency Drive Market

10.4 Most Active Companies in the Variable Frequency Drive Market

10.5 New Product Launch

10.6 Supply Contract

10.7 Expansion

10.8 Mergers & Acqusitions

10.9 Awards & Recognition

10.10 Market Rankings of the Industry Players


11 Company Profiles

11.1 ABB Ltd.

11.2 American Electric Technologies Inc.

11.3 Amtech Electronics India Ltd.

11.4 Crompton Greaves

11.5 Danfoss Vlt Drives

11.6 Eaton

11.7 Emerson Industrial Automation

11.8 Fuji Electric Co., Ltd.

11.9 GE Energy Power Conversion

11.10 Hiconics Drive Technology Co. Ltd.

11.11 Hitachi Ltd.

11.12 Honeywell International Inc.

11.13 Johnson Controls Inc.

11.14 KB Electronic Inc.

11.15 Mitsubishi Electric Corporation

11.16 Rockwell Automation Inc.

11.17 Schneider Electric Sa

11.18 Siemens AG

11.19 toshiba International Corporation

11.20 Vacon PLC

11.21 Yaskawa Electric Corp.


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