6SL3130-7TE25-5AA3 - Active line module - SIEMENS
This active line module 6SL3130-7TE25-5AA3 and brand SIEMENS is a power supply of 55kW. This power supply belongs to the SINAMICS S120 range.
INPUT: 3PH 380-480V, 50 / 60HZ OUTPUT: 600V DC, 92A, 55KW. INTERNAL AIR COOLING
This Siemens 6SL3130-7TE25-5AA3 active line module is at your disposal to replace your defective equipment and has a warranty adapted to your needs.
Active Line Modules are self-commutated feed/feedback units (with IGBTs in infeed and regenerative feedback directions) and generate a regulated DC link voltage. This means that the connected Motor Modules are decoupled from the line voltage.
Line voltage fluctuations within the permissible supply tolerances have no effect on the motor voltage. Active Line Modules are designed for connection to grounded, star (TN, TT) and non-grounded, symmetrical IT systems.
The DC link is pre-charged via integrated pre-charging resistors.
The Active Line Modules in booksize format feature the following connections and interfaces as standard:
• 1 power connection via screw-type terminals
• 1 connection for the 24 V DC electronics power supply via the 24 V terminal adapter included in the scope of supply `
• 1 DC link connection via integrated DC link busbars
• 3 DRIVE-CLiQ sockets
• 2 PE (protective earth) connections
The status of the Active Line Modules is indicated via two multi-color LEDs. On the 100 mm (3.94 in) wide Active Line Module, the shield for the power supply cable can be connected to the integrated shield connection plate via a shield connection terminal or tube clip, e.g. Weidmüller type KLBÜ CO 4. The shield connection terminal must not be used for strain relief. Shield connection plates are available for the 150 mm (5.91 in), 200 mm (7.87 in) and 300 mm (11.81 in) wide modules.
The signal cable shield can be connected to the Line Module bymeans of a shield connection terminal.
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