Key FeaturesThe VLT AutomationDrive FC302 is a single drive concept that covers an entire range of applications, which is a major benefit in commissioning, operating and maintaining the equipment. FC302 exploits the full potential of PM motors in high dynamic applications. Fast processors enable it to precisely control position, acceleration and torque – with or without encoder feedback. The modular concept makes it highly adaptable and programable, it’s configurable, user-friendly interface supports local languages and letters. Optimised EMC performace allows FC302 meet the product standard EN 61800-3 regarding EMC without additional external components – even with long motor cables ,up to 300 meter unsheld cable – and corresponds to the EMC guidelines 2004/108/EC. Therefore it behaves extremely well compared to other drives. The fully dimensioned intermediate circuit makes the FC302 stable and highly dynamic even with short supply voltage drops or other poor network conditions. High enclosure IP66 for FC302 ensure the products to be suitable for installation outdoor and in washdown areas. Intelligent heat management enables cooling take place in various ways for different benefits. Cooling air is kept outside the device to prevent any pollution of the electronics, which extend the life span of the products. As a energy saving products, VLT FC302 contribute to environmental protection by reducing energy consumption and optimising the use of resources. With an efficiency of up to 98% and a power factor above 0.9 including losses in coils and filters, FC302 performs significantly better than comparable devices. For applications with long braking cycles and several axes, the use of a common DC link lowers both operating and installation costs significantly. The DC coupling between the inverter circuits means that regenerative energy from decelerating motors is reused in the other one.
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