DBSC1110-GAAW - Servo Controller - BALDOR
This reference drive DBSC1110-GAAW and brand BALDOR is a servo controller for Brushless AC motor.
Input: AC230V 50/60Hz, 3PH, Output: 10A/ACO-250V, RS232 interface, binary encoder simulation.
This BALDOR servo controller is at your disposal to replace your defective equipment and has a guarantee adapted to your needs.
The Baldor Series Controls represent the latest technology in microprocessor based motor controls. The user programmable parameters available in every control provides the ability to customize the control to most any application.
Baldor has tried to ensure that the information in this manual is correct at the time of printing. The information is subject to change without prior notice.
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The Serial interface (DB9 connector X6) is used for communication with a PC (Personal Computer) or other equipment.
RS232 - Not available in model DBSC 10X-BXX.
For the RS232 interface, a standard shielded modem cable can be used for connection to a PC. If the cable is straight through (pin to pin), a null modem connector must be used.
These are the only RS232 signals supported by the DBSC control. Mode is jumper selectable as described in Section 4 of this manual.
RS422/RS485 - Not available in model DBSC 10X-AXX.
RS422/RS485 is a factory installed and jumper selectable in models DBSC 10X-EXX and DBSC 10X-FXX. Mode is jumper selectable as described in Section 4 of this manual.
A normally closed relay contact is provided at X3-4 and X3-5. This contact can be used to drive an external fault indicator circuit to indicate a fault condition has occurred. If a fault occurs the fault must be reset (X3-13). Wire the optional external fault indicator circuit as follows:.
1. Connect a voltage source to X3-4. (115VAC @ 0.3A or +24VDC @ 0.8A).
2. Connect the relay or circuit load to X3-5.
When a fault occurs, the internal N.C. contact will open and de-energize the Fault Circuit.
As ABB's US Motors and Generators division, ABB Motors and Mechanical Inc. market, design, manufacture and supply services for industrial electric motors, generators and mechanical power transmission products. This company was previously known as Baldor Electric Company until its merger with ABB on March 1, 2018.
The US division, headquartered in Fort Smith, Arkansas, oversees 15 manufacturing sites in 8 states.
The company sells Baldor-Reliance and ABB industrial electric motors. The products are available in IEC and NEMA configurations and range from fraction to 100,000 horsepower.
The company also sells Dodge mechanical power transmission products, including mounted bearings, enclosed gears, couplings, sheaves and bushings.