Advances in Technology Spur New Look at Drives and Motors

Built-In Efficiency and Intelligence: Drives and Motors' New Generation Boasts Features That Make Them More Attractive Than Their Ancestors

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Omega Engineering
203/359-1660 drive ENERGY COUNTER
ACS310 drive ranges 0.5-30 hp with built-in PID controllers. The drive is designed to manage switching between pumps or fans. The drive includes soft pump and fan control and a built-in energy counter displays energy savings in kWh or in local currencies.
262/785-3228 drive STREAMLINED SETUP
Altivar 12 variable-speed ac drive for harsh environments has an intuitive user interface, an integrated communications port, user-friendly wheel on the faceplate and optional multi-loader for programming and setup before installation with no special training.
Schneider Electric
888/778-2733 servo drive ONBOARD SAFETY
Sinamics S110 single-axis ac servo drive for simple positioning or indexing applications with synchronous or induction motors operates at 0.12-90 kW. Profibus, CANopen or analog/digital interfaces allow it to be integrated into the Simatic automation system and other controllers. It has seven onboard safety functions that are controlled via three safe inputs and one safe output.
Siemens Energy & Automation
800/241-4463 vector drive ON-LINE TUNING
The V1000 drive is compact current vector drive. Features include 1/8-25 hp; 200-240 V single-phase, 200-240 V three-phase and 380-480 V three-phase; and EN954-1 Safety Category 3, Stop Category 0. The drive is RoHS-compliant and features on-line tuning. It allows function block diagram programming via DriveWorksEZ and features 2 msec scan cycle with dual CPU. The V1000 is designed with increased vibration resistance, 20-50 Hz, and handles Modbus communication up to 115 kbps.
800/yaskawa  digital servo drive ETHERNET POWERLINK ENABLED
Compax3 digital servo drives have been enabled with Ethernet Powerlink (EPL) motionbus technology. Ethernet Powerlink is a high-speed, digital motionbus solution connecting a motion controller to multiple drives and I/O points using standard Ethernet networking hardware. This centralized, real-time communication system for automation and control makes Ethernet deterministic for real-time industrial applications and decreases installation time for machine builders.
Parker Electromechanical Automation
707/584-2417 servo motor LIMITED HEAT
SLM series brushless servo motor line features Exlar's T-LAM segmented motor stator design, where each segment contains individual phase wiring and thus limits heat generation. Three frame sizes, 60, 90 and 115 mm, are offered with continuous torque ratings of 7.6-176 in.-lb and speeds ranging 3,000-5,000 rpm. One, two and three stack motor stators are available as standard. Standard features include IP65 sealing, stainless-steel shaft, MS connectors, feedback configuration, epoxy coating and 115, 230 and 460 Vrms motor voltages.
952/368-3434 frequency drive OUT WITH THE OLD
D700 compact variable-frequency drive replaces S500E with 150% more motor torque at 1 Hz using general-purpose, magnetic-flux-vector control with an open-loop speed range of 60:1. Communications include Modbus RTU and Mitsubishi Electric's RS-485 programming protocol as standard.
Mitsubishi Electric Automation
847/478-2100 servo motor SETUP SUPPORT
LDC and LDL series linear servo motors can be sized with Motion Analyzer software. Full setup and programming support through RSLogix 5000 software can reduce setup time. The motors are designed for machine applications including packaging, on-the-fly inspection, shape cutting, dispensing, material handling and pick-and-place machines.
Rockwell Automation
414/328-2000 motors INVERTER DUTY
Marathon 1-10 hp XRI inverter-duty motors meet or exceed NEMA Premium efficiencies for efficiency, power consumption and system reliability. With rolled steel construction and C-face rigid base mounting, they are UL-recognized, CSA-certified.
770/889-2858 inverter INTERNAL DISCONNECT
SMVector frequency inverter with a visible internal disconnect switch on the NEMA 4X/IP65 enclosed drives removes power to facilitate service and maintenance, conforms to European electrical conventions, and has a lockable switch handle. The drive's system protection includes voltage monitoring, current monitoring, follower loss management and over-temperature protection.

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