I thought so at first too but hes got it at 4sec. Aside from the lack of a dedicated E-Stop input, it also doesn’t have the interface for an external braking resistor, and the Hitachi braking modules are several hundred dollars at Dealers. It’s still relatively new, and you may have questions, so an introduction is in order. Im lost when it comes to that. Den, that’s the one VFD that’s been mentioned that I wouldn’t recommend:
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Download PDF or contact us to arrange for mail delivery. You will need to apply this advice to your machine and VFD.
I’m looking around for a VFD myself, and I spotted this vtd I just looked at the specs on the GS1, and it doesn’t seem to offer dynamic breaking on that model. A sensorless vector VFD has a Be the first to review this product. I have mine set for 4 second slow and 4 second accel. I probably vgd the hell out of you even though I tried to make it simple. JST, Automation Direct also says the drive is faulty, thanks for all of your help troubleshooting!
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I’m not saying AD is the only drive that offers these features – not at all – but I think they’re the only ones to offer all bs2 at this price. If I can cook up a sketch it might make more sense. They’re a very good basic drive. It looks bad that the internal pot does not work Cost needs to be low as possible for a good, reliable brand. I checked the table first by putting the black end of the meter into the ground of an outlet vf the red to the table, got 0v.
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So VFDs ggs2 the fixed-frequency supply voltage to DC, then pulse-width modulate a continuously variable frequency to set the motor speed. Product information bulletin from Direct Automation. JST, I verified that the drive is getting 0 to 10v from the pot at the terminals.
That is where I found the 50 VAC.
The good news is unless you tie the control side to the power side its tough to mess anything up. There’s more to vfs than that, but that’s a basic simplification.
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Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: You can get the same torque with a RPM 2 pole motor by ratio’ing the drive pulleys, but the 6 pole or 4 pole motors give you more flexibility in over-speeding the motor. If you’re going that slow you’re probably in a low gear anyway, so the linear torque loss below 60hz is not relly too much of an issue.
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But hopefully it illustrates the concept enough to get going. But some general tips: You may be pleasantly surprised. I checked all the decel vs2 and none are set for this kind of delay slowing down.