AC Technology Corporation
AC Tech MC Series is the intelligent, versatile and cost-effective choice for industrial applications. From harsh environments to high torque loads, the M1000 Series microdrives meet the toughest requirements with outstanding reliability, at a low cost.
The easy-to-program AC Tech M1000 offers full features, extensive I/O, and a full array of programmable functions.
The M1000 is available in a power range of 1/4 to 150 HP (0.18 - 110 kW) and voltages ranging from 115 to 575 VAC. With its Enhanced Torque System (ETS), a highly efficient sine coding algorithm and "auto-voltage boost," the M1000 delivers maximum starting and accelerating torque and tight speed regulation, even under fluctuating load conditions. A built-in, UL-approved thermal overload provides full motor protection.
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AC Tech MC3000 series is the choice when your process control demands fast acceleration and response. Designed expressly for use where the motor control is an integral part of a process, the M3000 is rated for constant torque applications but can easily be configured for variable torque applications.
Most "process control" drives are designed for variable torque applications where the motor is driving a centrifugal fan or pump. As such, these drives are limited to 110% current for overload situations such as acceleration or responding to a feedback change.
The MC Series keypad display has been designed to make it easy to understand what is happening with the AC motor that is driving your machine or process. Motor frequency (Hz) may not make as much sense to your operator as motor speed (rpm) or conveyor speed (fpm) or flow rate (gpm). Displays can be configured to show what you need to see, in the units that you need to see them in. Because our displays are in English, programming the MC is easy to understand, often eliminating the need to have the manual in one hand while programming with the other!
NEMA Type 1
A true general purpose enclosure, the most commonly used in industry. The type 1 enclosure allows for a free exchange of air to keep the electronics cool while keeping the enclosure size to a minimum. Installation must be in a relatively clean environment.
NEMA Type 12
Intended for environments that contain dust, oil or other airborne contaminants. The type 12 enclosure is gasketed to protect the electronics. AC Tech recommends the type 4 enclosure for this duty in the smaller power sizes as we can provide the higher degree of protection at the same price. Type 12 is available in the higher sizes where type 4 would be cost prohibitive.
NEMA Type 4
For "wash-down" duty, the enclosure is gasketed to protect the electronics from water sprayed directly on and around the drive, typically to keep the equipment clean. And no cooling fans are needed.
NEMA Type 4X
Identical to type 4 (water-tight) but must also protect from caustic agents. AC Tech manufactures these drives using stainless-steel enclosures and anodized heat sinks which provide superior heat transfer and greater structural integrity.
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Lenze asynchronous servo motors MCA10 to 19 and 21 can be fitted with integral permanent magnet holding brakes. In the case of permanent magnet brakes, the rated torque applies solely as holding torque at standstill. This is due to the nature of their design. During braking from full motor speed, e.g. in the event of emergency stops, the braking torque is significantly reduced. As such, they may not be used as safety elements
The MQA Asynchronous Servo Motors can be equipped with spring-operated holding brakes. The brakes are activated when the supply voltage is disconnected (closed-circuit principle). When using the brakes purely as holding brakes, virtually no wear occurs on the friction surfaces. If no suitable voltage (incorrect value, incorrect polarity) is applied to the brake, the brake will be applied and can be overheated