ProCrane drive converters set your crane in motion

Enhanced power consumption, reduced noise and heat emissions, low space requirements, high level of flexibility, and ease of maintenance – these are all features of the powerful ProCrane drive systems from GE's Power Conversion business.

ProCrane drive is particularly designed to work and perform reliably under often severe environmental conditions.

We supply complete electrical systems including fully integrated automation solutions, as well as drive technology.

Key challenges

  • Maximize availability and reliability
  • Local manufacturing/local content
  • Minimize operating and maintenance costs

Technical highlights

  • Power ratings: 300 to 6,400kW
  • Voltage: 500 - 690V AC
  • Efficiency: >96% at rated power


Features & Benefits:


  • Forced air/liquid cooled
  • Temperature controlled fans
  • By using modern IGBTs technology, an almost sinusoidal current is achieved
  • Modular, space saving design
  • Protected against open circuit, short circuit and short to earth
  • Operated and programmed using an optional keypad or a PC with a PC operating software
  • Interfaces: Profibus, Canbus, Ethernet


  • Very compact dimensions
  • Highly flexible system
  • Low noise emission
  • Simplified maintenance and components access

Low Voltage Drives

LV7000 drives are compact and user-friendly, and compared to constant-speed solutions they can save up to 50% in your energy consumption.
The LV3 Fully Fed frequency converter is characterized by a compact, modular design with a high power density, and it can be adapted to your specific needs.
Power Conversion’s ProMarine S-AFE & D-AFE range offers compact and class compliant power control for main propulsion and thruster duty from 1 – 4MW.
LV8000 is a low voltage converter designed for variable speed drives.
GE's MV3000 converter range offers a modular, compact, and versatile solution for power ratings from 0.5 to 6MW
The LV3 Doubly Fed frequency converter offers up to 25% higher power density.
ProTX Inverter Systems for test benches are processor controlled pulse frequency inverters with flux vector control.