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210 hp (160 kW) VFD, 3 Phase AC Drive

210 hp (160 kW) VFD, 3 Phase AC Drive
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210 hp (160 kW) VFD, 3 Phase AC Drive
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  • Model: PEACO-FC280-4T-160G/200P
  • SKU: PEACO-4T-TVFD-160200
$6,789.67
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3 phase variable frequency drive provides 220V, 240V, 308V, 400V, 415V, 460V, etc. input and output, can be used with 160kW 3 phase motor, featuring over voltage, under voltage, over current, over heat, etc. full functions. Reliable 3 phase AC drive to decrease mechanical stress on electric motor control applications.

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Specifications

Basics Model PEACO-FC280-4T-160G/200P
Rated Capacity 210 hp (160 kW)
Rated Input Current 307A (for 380V)
Rated Output Current 304A (for 380V)
Certification CE
Warranty 24 months
Applicable Motor Output 160 kW
Power Input Rated Voltage*220V/230V/380V/480V/690V (-15%~+20%)
Output Rated Voltage* 220V/230V/380V/480V/690V (-15%~+20%)
Rated Frequency 1.0~3200Hz
Rubust Design IGBT current > 2 times of inverter output current, Capacitor > 50uF/A
PCB aging test 100% test, 50°C, 12 hours.
Finished products aging test 100% test, 50°C, 24 hours.
Control Feature Control System VF Control / Open Sensor Vector Control / Closed loop Vector (PG card)
Output Frequency Resolution 0.1Hz
Torque Characteristics Including the auto-torque, auto-slip compensation, starting torque can be 0.5 Hz/150% (V/f), 1 Hz/150% (SVC),0 Hz/180% (FVC)
Overload Endurance 150% / 120s, 160% / 60s, 180% / 10s, 200% / 1s
Accel / Decel Time 0.1~65000s. (can be set individually)
Torque Boost Automatically torque boost, manually torque boost: 0.1%~30.0%
Stall Prevention Level 20~200%, setting of Rated Current
Operating Feature Input / Output Terminals Keypad Removable
Input terminals 6 multifunctional inputs, one can be work as high speed pulse Input.
3 programmable analog input: AI1, AI2, AI3: 0~10V / 4~20mA.
Output terminals 2 Groups relay outputs, 1 open collector outputs.
2 Analog outputs, 0~10V / 4~20mA.
Communication Terminals Build-in standard RS485 communication interface. MODBUS-RTU communication protocol.
Built-in PID Built-in PID control to easily realize the close loop control of the process parameters (such as pressure, temperature,flow, etc.)
Jog Operation Jog operation frequency: 0.0Hz~maximum frequency. Jog acceleration/deceleration time: 0.1s~3600.0s.
Other Function AVR, S-curve, Over-Voltage Stall Prevention, DC Braking, Fault Records, Adjustable Carried Frequency, Starting Frequency Setting of DC Braking, Over-Current Stall Prevention, Momentary Power Loss Restart, Reverse Inhibition, Frequency Limits, Parameter Lock/Reset.
Protection Over Voltage, Over Current, Under Voltage, Overload, Electronic thermal, Overheating, Self-testing.
Others Including EMC Filter (C2/C3 Standard)
Cooling Forced air-cooling
Installation Altitude 1,000 m or below, keep from corrosive gasses, liquid and dust.
Ambient Temp -10°C~+40°C (Non-Condensing and not frozen)
Storage Temp -20°C~+60°C
Ambient Humidity Below 90% RH (non-condensing)
Vibration 9.80665m/s2 (1G) less than 20Hz, 5.88m/s2 (0.6Gat) 20 to 50Hz
Note: * denotes the parameters are optional or customized and please select every parameter in drop-down lists to complete your order.

AC Drive Dimension (Unit: mm)

AC Drive Dimension

A H D W B Φ Weight
420 840 334 150*150 815 Φ11 105kg
VFD Overcurrent Fault Causes
There are some VFD overcurrent faults, such as short circuit, light load, heavy load, acceleration, deceleration and constant speed overcurrent. Why do such overcurrent faults occur?
1. When VFD restarts, it trips as soon as the speed increases, which is a very serious phenomenon of overcurrent. The main reason is that the mechanical parts of the load short-circuit are stuck, the inverter module is damaged and the motor torque is too small.
2. The adjustable speed drive jumps when powered on. This phenomenon generally cannot be reset. The main reason is that module or drive circuit is damaged.
3. VFD does not trip immediately when restarting, but it trips during acceleration. The main reason is that the acceleration time setting is too short, the set current upper limit is too small and the set torque compensation (V/F) is high.

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