|FA168175||On an ATV312, is drive protection compromised when OPL = NO?|
OPL is an output phase loss detection. This feature is intended to protect the motor from imbalanced current or single phasing. Disabling the feature...
|FA168140||On the ATV312, what type of connection accommodates the CANopen cable?|
The CANopen communication card has a port that accepts an RJ45 connector.
CTA-ID : 2062271
|FA168171||How is a remote fault reset contact added to an ATV312?|
Wire the normally open reset contact to 24V - LIx. In the FLt menu, program rSF = LIx.
After the drive faults, a contact closure will reset the fault.
|FA168177||ATV212: Can the program file be saved to the HMI keypad, VW3A1101?|
No. With the ATV212, the programming cannot be saved to any of the keypads available. Programming can be saved by three methods:
- in the drive...
|FA168139||Does the ATS48 include a shorting contactor?|
No. To have the shorting contactor feature, a separate contactor needs to be wired to the ATS48.
CTA-ID : 2062873
|FA168131||When do the ATS48 cooling fans run?|
ATS48D17Y and ATS48D22Y do not have fans. All other models do have fans.
The fans will operate when the heatsink temperature is greater than 50C.
|FA168116||Can the ATS46 keypad be used in direct sunlight?|
No. The display cover is not UV protected. The display will not function properly if exposed to direct sunlight over time.
CTA-ID : 2062705
|FA168122||Are the ATS48 keypads UV protected from direct sunlight?|
The remote terminal VW3G48101 is delivered as a kit comprising:
- the keypad,
- a mounting kit containing a cover, screws and an IP 54 seal on the...
|FA168124||Can the ATS48 run in a test mode when a motor is not connected?|
No. The unit must have output current or it will fault on PHF. For testing purposes, setting menu drC, parameter SSt = ON allows the use of a small...
|FA168179||Do the ATS22 products have an internal contactor?|
Yes. It is a shorting contactor that closes when the motor is up to full speed. The purpose is to give the current a path around the SCRs. This...