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Lenze. AC Tech does not accept any responsibility nor liability for damages that occur. .. SCF Series Variable Frequency Drives visit: iningilworkren.tk- iningilworkren.tk To download the SCF product manual or application note visit the AC. Lenze AC Tech (SF) SCF Series Drive: 1 HP ( kW), V 3 input in IP20 enclosure. pdf Download theSCF Series User Manual in *.pdf format. A PC (and AC Tech's free TechLink Software). • The innovative EPM Programmer . Motor Thermal Overload: The SCF is an approved motor protection device for.
That said, the Mototronics VFD itself is old tech. It doesn't have a lot of low end torque, and it doesn't run smoothly at low Hz. My Teco EV, on the other hand, is an awesome performer.
It is "torky" and runs smoothly even at very low Hz. But the EV manual is written for electricians. There are no examples, and no complete sentences. I struggle to make heads or tails out of it. My advice -- get the EV, and then ask for help here or at PM. They don't show one example of different hookups other than the basics to get you running. And then the translation from German Some of it NickH , AM ABB with an advanced operator panel, when I first turned it on it runs you through setting up conversationally, has a large LCD which among other things displays the legends for the contextual buttons.
But, I did just finish installing my 3rd VFD all by myself! Granted I had a bit of help on the first one from my lectrician buddy, but I picked up enough to feel like tackling the 2nd one, then a few days ago I didnt even hesitate to do the 3rd.
Thats the same thing that'll need to be done to the VFD. On my Hitachi there are a whole bunch of them, youll have to figure which ones on yours might take a pic of the terminal area with your new camera! I couldn't be more satisfied with the way they work. Mainly, I was confused about the wiring at first so I called them for help.
I have never had more helpful people than the ones that I have talked to there.
They have made sure that I understood what the programming did and where the wires were to be placed. Once I talked to them, then the guide book made a lot more sense to me.
They have impressed me with their customer service to the point that I'm getting ready to order another VFD from them to use on my drill press that I'm going to convert to 3 phase so I can control the speed without the belt changes. I have no connection to the company, no relatives that work there, have no stock, just a satisfied customer.
Gerry Dawai , AM Normally anything not "on the keypad" will have to be programmed in to the vfd's memory. External speed pot.. Most inverters also, you can make switches "give" speed setpoints..
Always oversize if possible.. Read in the book how many starts per minute you can make..
It is a factor of cooling.. Then lots of other things in there to change, sometimes you bugger one up and it won't run till you figure it out.. You go around and around in the program mode pulling hair.. GO through the manual, making notes of "quick setup" and make notes of what you change.. Sometimes you have to hit "program" get it in the mode Then in the end, sometimes you must hit program again to accept the new numbers and return to run mode..
Maximum hertz? I am running that. Using the internal power.. It lets the magic smoke out. Normally it is 24vdc off the terminal strip. A dc drive is sometimes line voltage.. Basically thou you can go in, change things according to the "quick setup" pages and not mess with it again.. Much easier than it sounds.
Or Over Cofer complicated? I'd be careful with that David, especially on a non VFD-rated motors. Most 60 Hz motors I've run don't like to go over Hz.
On my Millrite, with a good quality Leeson motor, it will start arc'ing at Hz, so I run it 0 - 80 Hz. Dawai U should've seen my bridgeport dancing across the floor at hz.. Since it is a "second motor", would it need it's own? Or is just switching to a single phase for that application be more the answer?
I wired up a yarn heat setting machine years ago.. I ran one inverter since the job was on budget for two small motors.. I, he, they, engineered a flaw.. Page 23 Page 24 Page 25 Severe damage to the drive will result. Do not continuously cycle input power to the drive more than once every two minutes. Page 27 Follow the procedure below to check the motor rotation. This procedure assumes that the drive has been powered up for the first time, and that none of the parameters have been changed.
Use the! The left decimal point will illuminate as the speed setpoint is decreased. Page Programming The Scf Drive Use the " and! Page 30 Page 31 EPM is installed. The SCF Series drive contains two or three sets of parameter values, depending on whether the drive has been programmed with optional OEM default settings.
The first set of values is the factory default settings, which are permanently stored on the main control board and cannot be changed. Page Parameter Menu Page Description Of Parameters Refer to the table below for the proper setting depending on the input voltage. Page 36 NOTE 3: If this parameter is changed while the drive is running, the change will not take effect until the drive is stopped.
Therefore, the allowable maximum frequency for drives with the High Output Frequency option see NOTE 1 will not change if the carrier frequency is changed while the drive is running.