ATV66D54N4 - Speed Drive - TELEMECANIQUE
This ATV66D54N4 and SCHNEIDER/TELEMECANIQUE reference speed controller is a variable speed drive for asynchronous motors.
Cutoff frequency at 2 kHz: 54 kVA, 37 kW, 94 A
Switching frequency at 4 kHz: 59 kVA, 45 kW, 112 A
This ALTIVAR (Schneider Electric) is at your disposal to replace your defective equipment and has a guarantee adapted to your needs.
The ALTIVAR 66 is a sensorless flux vector AC drive using the latest in motor control technology. Every unit has the following standard features:
• Advanced LCD graphic keypad with pull down menu programming and bar graph parameter display in six languages.
Built-in I/O map, diagnostic routines and fault history assist in set-up and troubleshooting.
UL Listed electronic motor overload protection.
In constant torque mode for industrial and OEM applications, each unit provides:
Autotuning to achieve exceptional torque performance with a standard motor without encoder feedback.
Up to 8 preset speeds.
External brake sequencing.
In variable torque mode for fan and pump applications, each unit provides:
NOLD adaptive motor flux control for low noise operation and improved system efficiency.
Auto restart: up to 5 times, up to 600 seconds apart.
Skip frequency avoidance: up to 3 programmable bands, 2 Hz or 5 Hz.
PI regulator control.
Options and accessories (on page 24-10) to customize the ATV66:
Extended I/O options including 120 Vac control
Dynamic braking kits for reduced cycle times and increased available braking torque.
Serial link monitoring and control over Modbus or Modbus Plus Networks
Test and commissioning PC software for off-line programming and drive set-up archiving.
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).