KDV 2.3-100-220/300-000 - Power Supply - INDRAMAT
This INDRAMAT KDV 2.3-100-220/300-000 power supply module is designed for INDRAMAT CNC machine tools. It is part of the KDV-INDRAMAT range.
Continuous mechanical power : 24 kW, line voltage: 3x220 V AC, 3x230 V AC, DC bus DC supply: 30 kW.
This INDRAMAT KDV 2.3-100-220/300-000 power supply powers the KDS / KDA series drives.
As KDV 1, but no series resistors required in the mains input for power-up.
Controlled braking, espcially of an associated asynchronous maib drive is possible. Workpiece ant tool can run free.
The TVM and KDV Power Supplies convert 220 Vac three phase incoming power to a 300 Vdc bus voltage which powers the Indramat AC spindle and AC servo amplifier families. The NM and KDV supply the continuous and peak drive energy for up to 6 spindle or axis amplifiers from one main power bus .
The 300 Vdc bus designiallows the NM and KDV to power high horsepower applications while losing less power to heat . They also supply alllthe regulated control voltages required by the spindle or
servo amplifiers . These power supplies are engineered to provide complete multiple servo/spindle system i power along with the system safeguards to ensure reliable operation in the most demanding applications .
Indramat's KDV series is the cold module" version of the NM . The KDV series includes all the features of the NM, but also features an external heat~ sink which allows iU to handle more continuous power and to dissipate regenerative energy outside the cabinet . The main
power handling components are mounted on a heat sink that extends through a cutouf in the electrical cabinet, conducting heat out of the cabinet. Thus, compared to the TVM, the KDV delivers higher peak and continuous power output levels, yet allows smaller electrical cabinets to be used . An integral gasket seal protects the electronic components from outside contaminants while maintaining the sealed~ integrity of the control cabinet.
The KDR Regenerative Power Module can be used with a KDV to return regenerated energy to the power lines .
Indramat is an industrial company founded in 1958, based in Neuwied, Germany.
Indramat Gmbh , which is now part of Bosch Rexroth , was an industrial control company founded in 1958, based in Neuwied (am Rhein), Germany. Its name is a German abbreviation meaning «Gesellschaft zur IND ustrialisierung- RA tionalisierung und Auto MAT isierung».