Lower Torque Control 380V Inverter

Lower torque control 380V inverter 1. Lower torque control 380V inverter. Do not connect or disconnect wiring, or perform signal checks while the power supply is turned ON. The FST-800 Drive internal capacitor is still charged even after the power supply is turned OFF. To prevent electrical...
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Lower torque control 380V inverter

1. Lower torque control 380V inverter.

Do not connect or disconnect wiring, or perform signal checks while the power supply is turned ON.

The FST-800 Drive internal capacitor is still charged even after the power supply is turned OFF. To prevent electrical shock, disconnect all power before servicing the inverter. Then wait at least one minute after the power supply is disconnected and all LED's are extinguished.


2. Basic Parameters of Lower torque control 380V inverter.

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3. Main features and application of the Lower torque control 380V inverter.

The FST-800 Drive is suitable for use on a circuit capable of delivering not more than 65,000 RMS symmetrical amperes, 600 Volts maximum (575V class units), 480 Volts maximum (460V class units), and 240 Volts maximum (230V class units).


4. Main parameters of Lower torque control 380V inverter.


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5. Details of Lower torque control 380V inverter.

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6.Corner of Factory

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7. OUR SERVICE:

For the issues which can be easily solved through online support, our technician will contact you as soon as possible via phone calls, emails or online chat. For the complicated problems which cannot be solved via remote support, our technician will offer on-site support in time. If you want to know more about our guarantee time and range, liability and etc, please refer to the product manuals or contact us.

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9. All Lower torque control 380V inverter have to go through 4 checks in the whole process:
1. Raw material inspection.
2. Process inspection.
3. Final inspection
4. Outgoing inspection


10.FAQ

Q1. How to know that my application needs resistive (dynamic) braking?

A1: For new applications, it may be difficult to tell before you actually test a motor/drive solution. In general, some applications can rely on system losses such as friction to serve as the decelerating force, or otherwise can tolerate a long decel time. These applications will not need dynamic braking. However, applications with a combination of a high-inertia load and a required short decel time will need dynamic braking. This is a physics question that may be answered either empirically or through extensive calculations.


11. Lower torque control 380V inverter Wirings diagram

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