VW3A3501 - Option Card - TELEMECANIQUE
Programmable option card for TELEMECANIQUE dimmer. Compatible with Altivar 61; 71, Lift, 61Q and 71Q. 24 volts. 2 analog inputs. 2 analog outputs. Program compilation size: 320 kB maximum.
The "Controller Inside" programmable card allows the variator to be adapted to specific applications by integrating the automation functions.
Various predefined and customizable applications are sold by Schneider-Electric and its partners.
The PS 1131 software workshop for PC allows the programming and development of new applications in a fast and scalable way.
It is not possible to transfer the program from the card to the PC, thus protecting the know-how.
A single "Controller Inside" programmable card can be mounted in the Altivar 61 or Altivar 71 drive. It can be combined with another option card (input / output expansion or communication). Refer to the overview tables of possible combinations: variators, options and accessories, see catalog.
The "Controller Inside" programmable card includes:
• 10 logic inputs, 2 of which can be used for 2 counters or 4 inputs for 2 incremental encoders.
• 2 analogue inputs,
• 6 logic outputs,
• 2 analog outputs,
• a master port for the CANopen bus,
• One PC port for programming by the PS 1131 software workshop.
• If the consumption balance does not exceed 200 mA, this card can be powered by the drive. Otherwise, an external c 24 V supply must be used.
The "Controller Inside" programmable card can also operate:
• the inputs / outputs of the drive,
• the I / O expansion card input / output,
• the point counter of the encoder interface card,
• the parameters of the drive (speed, current, torque, ...).
Since its creation, the Telemecanique brand has been pursuing an innovation policy, which has become one of the world’s first references in automatism management.
The story of Telemécanique is read through that of its inventions, initiated with the launch of the first contactor on bars. A patent filed the same year of its acquisition, in 1924! It will develop contactors D became world reference. The 1980s marked the acquisition of Telemechanics by Schneider Electric (1988).