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Drives

Drives
Drives
Drives are electromechanical systems that employ an electric motor as the prime mover in a system to control the motion and processes of various machines. The primary function of a drive is to provide the precise amount of electric energy to a motor so that its speed matches exactly what is required by its process.

Drives are most commonly referred to as as variable speed drives, adjustable speed drives, variable frequency drives and adjustable frequency drives. No matter which term is used, the drive's primary task is to control the speed of an electric motor.

AC and DC Drives are available in a wide variety of frame sizes, with different horsepower ratings to cover any industrial process, large or small.

ACS355 Series Image
  • Machinery Drive
  • Sensorless Vector Control
  • 0.5 to 15hp 240V, 1 & 3-Phase
  • 0.5 to 30hp 480V, 3-Phase
  • IP20 Open Vent Protection
The ABB ACS355 machinery drive is designed for the OEM machine-building sector and engineered to be the fastest drive in terms of installation and set-up. The ACS355 is user-friendly, yet provide high application flexibility. Typical applications include food & beverage, material handling, printing, rubber & plastics and woodworking applications.
  • FlashDrop - Fast parameter set-up
  • Sequence programming
  • Optimized interfaces for users and machines
  • Unified height and depth
  • Coated boards as standard
  • Built-in brake chopper as standard
  • Built-in EMC filter for 2nd environment
  • UL, cUL and CE approved
KBIC Series Image
  • 1/100~3 Horsepower
  • 110 or 240 VAC Input
  • Non-Regenerative
  • Chassis (IP00) Type
  • UL, cUL Approvals
The KBIC Series of DC Drives consist of models ranging from 1/100 through 3 horsepower. These DC motor speed controls were first introduced in 1979 and are still one of the most reliable basic DC drives used in thousands of applications around the world.
  • Armature/Tachometer Feedback
ACS550 Series Image
  • General Purpose
  • Sensorless Vector Control
  • 0.75 to 550hp
  • 240V to 600V, 1 & 3-Phase
  • NEMA 1 (IP21), NEMA 12 opt.
The ABB ACS550 standard drive is simple to select, install, configure and use, saving considerable time. The drive has common user and process interface with fieldbus, common software tools for sizing, commissioning, maintenance, and common spare parts. Typical applications include pump, fan and constant-torque use, such as conveyors.
  • Easy installation & trouble-free start-up
  • Advanced control panel permitting intuitive operation
  • Patented swinging choke for superior harmonic reduction
  • Integral EMC filter for 1st environment as standard
  • Built-n Modbus & numerous internally mountable fieldbus adapters
  • UL, cUL listed and CE approved (600V product is CSA approved, not CE)
MM23000C Series Image
  • MM Footprint: Chassis Drives have a Compact Industry Standard Footprint
  • Speed Range and Regulation: 1% Regulation Over 60:1 Speed Range
  • User Adjustable Calibration Pots: IR Compensation, Min Speed, Max Speed, Current Limit, Acceleration and Deceleration
  • Diagnostic LED: LED for Current Limit Status on All Models. Cased Models have a Green Power Light
  • Stopping Modes: Inhibit (N/O) for Coasting to a Stop on All Models. Dynamic Braking Included on MM232x1C
The MM23000C Series of drives are a reliable and cost-effective solution for controlling your permanent magnet or shunt-wound DC motors in variable-speed applications. The MM23000C series uses SCRs to provide full-wave rectification of the AC line input. These dual voltage drives operate using 115 VAC or 230 VAC 50/60 Hz, to run 90 or 180 VDC SCR brush-type motors. These drives control motors from 1/20 to 2 HP and come in chassis, NEMA 1, and NEMA 4X models. Cased models include AC line fuses.
  • Spade and Screw Terminals: Easy to Use Spade Terminals on Chassis; Screw Terminals on Enclosed Units
  • Options: "-Q" Option on Chassis Drives Include Quick Disconnect Terminal Block and Power LED
  • Accessories: Heatsink 223-0159 or 223-0174. 201-0024 Inhibit Plug with 18" Leads, DLC600 Digital Closed Loop Controller, PCM4 Isolation Card
V1000 Series Image
  • Compact Drive
  • Open Loop Vector
  • 1/4~25 HP
  • 240V or 480V, 1PH & 3PH
  • NEMA 1
The V1000 is a world-class compact current vector drive that defines a new world standard. Demands for efficient production and better maintainability are on the rise, spurred by global competition. Yaskawa drives have earned a reputation for high performance, high functionality, and high quality.
ACS150 Series Image
  • General Purpose
  • Volts/Hertz Control
  • 0.5 to 3hp 240V, to 5hp 480V
  • 1 & 3-Phase Units
  • Protected Chassis (IP 20)
The ACS150 provides additional capability and range to support small AC induction motor and machinery applications. The acs150 has an easy to use operator interface and is simple to set up, configure, and apply. ABB component drives meet the requirements of OEMs, system integrators and panel builders. The drive is ideal for food and beverage, material handling, rubber and plastics, and woodworking applications.
  • Optimized switching frequency up to 16kHz
  • UL, cUL and CE approved
  • Easy and descriptive operator interface
  • Compact size
  • DIN rail mounting
  • Quiet motor operation
KBMM Series Image
  • 1/100~3 Horsepower
  • 110 or 240 VAC Input
  • Non-Regenerative
  • Chassis (IP00) Type
  • UL, cUL Approvals
The KBMM Series of DC Drives consist of 3 OEM & 3 Distributor models ranging from 1/100 through 3 horsepower. These DC motor speed controls were introduced in 1985 as the ultimate in reliability and performance. Because of its reliability and performance characteristics, distributors around the world have standardized on the KBMM.
  • Armature/Tachometer Feedback
KBMG Series Image
  • 1/50~2 Horsepower
  • 110 or 240 VAC Input
  • Regenerative Type
  • Chassis (IP20) Type
  • UL, cUL Approvals
The KBMG Series of four-quadrant regenerative DC drives consists of 2 models ranging from 1/50 through 2 horsepower. These, ultra-compact, chassis/IP-20 style drives are ideal for OEMs. For applications requiring repetitive reversing with regenerative braking, the KBMG Drives offer excellent repeatability and reliability.
  • Armature/Tachometer Feedback
KBVF Series Image
  • 1/8 to 5 HP, Jumper Selectable
  • Input: 115/230/460 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 1 or 3 Phase
  • 200% Starting Torque
  • Power and Status Indicators
  • Sensorless Flux Vector Control
The KBVF Adjustable Frequency Drives provide variable speed control for standard 3-phase and Permanent Split Capacitor AC induction motors from subfractional thru 1 1?2 HP. The sine wave coded PWM output operates at a carrier frequency of 16 kHz that provides high motor efficiency and low noise. Adjustable linear acceleration and deceleration are provided, making the drive suitable for soft-start applications. Due to its user-friendly design, the KBVF AC drive is easy to install and operate. Tailoring to specific applications is accomplished with selectable jumpers and trimpots, which eliminate the computer-like programming required on other drives. However, for most applications no adjustments are necessary. For more advanced programming, PC based Drive-Linkô software is available.
  • Under/Over Voltage Protection
  • Optional Class A RFI Filter
  • MOV Input Suppression
  • Run/Fault Relay Output Contacts
KBMD Series Image
  • 1/100~2 Horsepower
  • 110 or 240 VAC Input
  • Non-Regenerative
  • NEMA 1 Enclosure
  • UL, cUL Approvals
The KBMD, also known as the "Multi-Drive," can be used with motors from 1/100 through 2 horsepower and is housed in a NEMA-1 Aluminum enclosure. The heart of this DC Drive is the KBMM. A unique feature of the KBMD allows it to operate a 90 VDC motor from either 110 or 240 VAC making it universally acceptable.
  • Armature Feedback
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