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.
As a part of a machine with a speed-variable drive system, the inverter must be adapted to its drive task. The adaptation process of the inverter is carried out by changing parameters. By default, the V/f characteristic control with a linear characteristic is preset as motor control for asynchronous motors. The V/f characteristic control is a motor control for conventional frequency inverter applications. It is based on a simple and robust control mode for the operation of asynchronous motors with a linear or square-law load torque characteristic (e.g. fan).
Because of the minimal parameterisation effort, such applications can be commissioned easily and quickly. The "RDY" and "ERR" LED status displays on the front of the inverter provide some quick information about certain operating states. The inverter provides many diagnostic parameters which are helpful for operation, maintenance, error diagnosis, error correction, etc. For purposes of diagnostics, the error history buffer contains the last 32 error and warning messages of the inverter, which have occurred during operation. The error history buffer can be read out using the keypad via PAR 155 and provides a limited view on the logbook.
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The device overload monitoring function primarily offers protection to the power section. Indirectly, also other components such as filter chokes, circuit-board conductors, and terminals are protected against overheating. Short-time overload currents followed by recovery periods (times of smaller current utilisation) are permissible. The monitoring function during operation checks whether these conditions are met, taking into consideration that higher switching frequencies and lower stator frequencies as well as higher DC voltages cause a greater device utilisation.
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AC Tech SMVector
AC Tech's new SMV range of IP65 inverters offer sophisticated auto-tuning, fast dynamic torque response with impressive low-speed operation all from a compact and simple to use package. Ingress protection to IP65 allows for use in outdoor applications and indoor environments where atmospheric moisture is present or low pressure water jets are used. The SMV range is designed for motor applications where
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