VW3A1101 - Keypad - SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC
This keypad VW3A1101 and brand SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC is a programming console of the range ALTIVAR71.
Used for ATV212, ATV71, ATV71Q, ATV320, ATV LIFT, ATV312, ATV32, ATV 312 SOLAR, ATV61Q.
This console VW3A1101 Télémécanique is at your disposal to replace your defective material and has a guarantee adapted to your needs.
This graphic terminal, common to different ranges of Schneider Electric variable speed drives, offers ease of use during the configuration, debugging and maintenance phases. In particular, it is possible to transfer and store up to 4 configuration files.
Used in portable or mounted on an envelope door, it can also be connected to multiple drives with accessories for offset or accessories for multipoint connection.
It comes with 6 languages installed (German, English, Chinese, Spanish, French, Italian). The available languages can be changed using the "Multi-Loader" configuration tool (VW3 A8 121, page 20).
Its maximum temperature of use is 60 ° C, its degree of protection is IP 54; this can be increased to IP 65 when mounted on an envelope door.
1 Graphic display:
- Display in plain text on 8 lines of 24 characters, 240 x 160 pixels, display of large digits.
2 Assignable function keys F1, F2, F3, F4:
- dialogue functions: direct access, help screens, navigation,
- application functions: "Local Remote", preset speed.
3 ESC key: abort a value, a parameter or a menu to return to the previous choice.
4 Local engine control keys:
- RUN: starting the engine,
- STOP / RESET: motor stop / drive error reset, - FWD / REV: reversal of motor rotation direction.
5 Navigation button: for quick and easy access in drop-down menus. - rotation ±: go to next / previous line, increment / decrement value,
- press: saves the current value (ENT).
SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC is a French industrial group with international dimension, which manufactures and offers electricity management products, automation and solutions adapted to these trades.
Having consolidated its financial base thanks to the arrival of new shareholders and the simplification of its structures, Schneider began its redeployment at the end of the 1980s. Having joined Merin Gerin in the group (1986), the general management embarked on a acquisition strategy, marked by the integration of important companies that will become the core of the current group:
Square D (1991)
Merlin Gerin (1992)