An inverter that delivers a torque response frequency of 1,500 Hz by employing high-speed communication and a new electric current control method.
A torque response of 1,500 Hz or more along with high-speed current operation/vector control operation output was achieved by employing a new electric current control method.
Delivers an output frequency of 1,500 Hz as a vector control inverter, and achieves a maximum RPM of 16,000 min-1 when combined with a 6-pole S-DSD series motor.
Enables high-speed, high-response digital sync control by performing high-speed communication with a μGPCdsP loaded with control code designed using MATLAB/Simulink.*
|Control method||Vector control with speed sensor|
|Capacity||200 V class: 30 to 180 kW Max. current: 1,020 A 400 V class: 30 to 1,000 kW Max. current: 1,840 A|
|Rated power||200~220 V 380~460 V±10% 50/60 Hz±5%|
|Output frequency||0 to 550 Hz (supports up to 1,500 Hz with a special specification product)|
|Overload capacity||150% for 1 minute 200% for 3 seconds (when at low temperature, 75 kW or more is 150% max)|
|Network||Ethernet 100 Mbps (Number of units 1:1)|
|Input signal||Analog ±10 V/4 to 20 mA (2CH) 12-bit 1CH has a response speed of 83 μsec (6 multifunction inputs)|
|Output signal||Analog ±10 V (3CH) signed 12-bit 1CH has a response speed of 83 μsec (4 multifunction inputs)|