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i500 is the new inverter series in the 0.33 to 60 Hp (0.25 to 45 kW) power range. Its distinguishing features: a streamlined design, scalable functionality, and exceptional user-friendliness. i500 provides a high-quality inverter that already conforms to future standards in accordance with the EN 50598-2 efficiency classes (IE). Overall, this provides a reliable and future-proof drive for a wide range of machine applications.

Lenze i500 Series Variable Frequency Inverters Distributors

i510 Series

Control Unit Mounting Guide

0.25 - 22 kW Manual

Mounting & Switch-on Instructions

Thanks to Lenze's engineering philosophy, the high functionality is still easy to grasp. Parameterization and set-up are impressive thanks to clear structure and plain English text, leading to the desired outcome quickly and reliably.

If it's only a matter of setting a few key parameters such as acceleration and deceleration time, this can be done quickly on the keypad.

The intuitive Android app enables adjustment to a simple application such as a conveyor belt.

If functions such as the motor potentiometer or sequence control for a positioning application need to be set, it's best to use the EASY Starter engineering tool.

If you are looking for Lenze i510 Series Drives, please call us at (844) 331-9371 or email us at info@actechdrives.com we will do our best to help you find the Lenze i510 frequency inverters that you are looking for at the most competitive prices possible. If you are searching for Lenze i510 variable speed drive technical information (data-sheets) please use the datasheets or product selection guide page links.

Lenze i500 Drive Diagnostic Modules Blanking Cover Distributor

Diagnostic Module

Thanks to the intuitive operating structure, the navigation keys allow a quick and easy access to the most important parameters, either to configure functions or to query current values. Parameters and actual values are indicated on the easy-to-read display. The start and stop keys serve to switch on and off the drive via the keypad.

The USB 2.0 connecting cable is used to connect the inverter with the "EASY Starter" Lenze Engineering Tool. The "EASY Starter" serves to configure the inverter via graphical interfaces. They create diagnostics with trend functions or monitor parameter values. Parameterising without supplying the inverter with voltage: If you connect the inverter without hub directly to the PC, the USB interface of the PC is sufficient for the voltage supply. You need a USB 2.0‑connecting cable (A plug to micro-B plug) to connect the USB module with the PC.

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Lenze Motors

In Comparison to Standard 3-Phase AC Motors, these servo motors have the edge in terms of lower moments of inertia, lower weight and higher maximum speeds. With asynchronous servo motors, two characteristics are shown in each case. The characteristics for continuous operation (S1) show the speed-dependent constant torque of the motor when operating with a servo inverter that itself is operated at a constant switching frequency.

Intorq Brakes

The BFK470 spring-applied brakes are single-disk brakes with two friction surfaces. When deenergised, several springs are used to generate the braking torque through friction locking. The brake is released electromagnetically. During braking, the springs use the armature plate to press the rotor (which can be shifted axially on the hub) against the counter friction face. When the brakes are applied, an air gap SL is present