Motor Control Solutions for Industrial and Material Handling Equipment

Our name, PE®or Power Electronics® International, Inc.® is synonymous with quality, heavy-duty VFDs and motor control equipment.

Convenient Dual Voltage unit! For use in traverse applications up to 0.25/0.5 HP at 208-230/460 VAC (1.2 A max). Replaces model MSM1A, or this same model with any “-XX” suffix (Ex: MSM1A-24, MSM1A-48).

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Weight 4.25 lbs
Dimensions 6 × 5.5 × 5.38 in
Product Type

Variable Frequency Drive

Model Series

Micro-Speed® Smart-Move®

Line Voltage

208-230 VAC, 460 VAC, Dual Voltage (208-230 VAC / 460 VAC)

Max HP (kW) @ 208-230VAC

0.25 HP (0.18 kW)

Max HP (kW) @ 460VAC

0.5 HP (0.37 kW)

Max Amps (FLA)

1.2 A

Motor Motion Type

Traverse / Horizontal

Motor Control Type

Open-loop, variable speed control

Speed Controls

Three distinct, adjustable speed inputs (+2 programmable aux inputs); several available control modes including infinitely variable.

Control Voltage (select one)

110V (standard), 24V, Other voltage (specify)

Temperature Rating

Ambient: 14°F to 122°F (-10°C to +50°C) standard. Storage: From -4°F to +158°F (-20°C to +70 °C).

External Regen. Resistor Required?

No. Internal dynamic braking regen resistors are built-in (CMAA class D – standard), Contact PE for Class E/F options.

Brake Circuit Control

Standard brake control relay

Frame Size

a3, See "Support and Downloads" area for a downloadable dimensional file

Previous Version / Replaces Model(s)**

MSM1A, or this same model with a "-XX" suffix (select control voltage option above to match)

Would you like this product installed in an electrical enclosure or control panel?

The traverse-model Smart-Move® series is available with a built-in solid-state brake board option (RP models).

Do you need a higher temperature rating, more speed inputs, or analog speed inputs? View our CX Series models.

Add heavy-duty conformal coating to provide extra environmental protection for this unit:

**Previous Models / Direct Replacement Information