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Mitsubishi Forklift Trucks Introduces the AC Powered N-Generation

March 7, 2006

HOUSTON – Mitsubishi Forklift Trucks has introduced its FBC15N-FBC30LN N-Generation of alternating current (AC) powered electric forklift trucks. The AC powered N-Generation forklifts are engineered with an PM-1000 AC control system that features advanced MOSFET and thermal technology, which offer an advanced Integrated Presence System and deliver up to a 40 percent increase in travel speeds when compared to earlier DC-powered models. Nine models are offered with capacities ranging from 3,000 to 6,500 lbs. Mitsubishi Forklift Trucks has outfitted the N-Generation with five pre-programmed performance modes. Travel speed, lift speed, acceleration rate, and regenerative and auto regenerative braking are adjusted to match specific performance requirements. Torque and speed are controlled separately, allowing for optimum driving performance, such as improved speed control, especially on uneven surfaces. In addition, the AC drive system is designed to prevent heat-induced complications and downtime.

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