The article presents the results of selected energy parameters calculations, carried out for the recorded values of instantaneous voltages and currents in the three-phase power supply of the model vibratory unit. The parameters were the values of active and apparent power taken from the drive consisting of two electric motors supplied by the inverter for selected frequency settings and directly from the power grid. In addition, calculations of tgφ power factor values were made to evaluate the compensation of reactive power consumption in the tested power systems. Measurements and calculations lead to the conclusion that if the frequency of the inverter output voltage rises, the active and apparent power consumed by the model vibratory drive unit increases. The active and apparent power for setting the output frequency of the inverter from 50 Hz was less than the active and apparent power taken by the model vibratory unit that was powered directly from the power grid. The power factor tgφ in the power supply system was approximately 6, except one case (f = 30 Hz).