3adw000072r0601 dcs600 system description e f

411 panel cdp 312 4 3 2 x3 1 ch 3 ch 2 aitac x33 k15

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Unformatted text preview: supply (POW-1) X99: 1 F4 DI1 DI2 DI3 DI4 DI5 DI6 DI7 DI8 +48V Control board (CON-2) K5 +10V -10V 3 0V F6 K10 K6 if there are intermediate terminals 5 AI1 _+ K15 K16 AI2 _+ ELECTR. DISCONNECT AMC-DC 2 K1 + L1 F1 1 3 V1 4 W1 PE 6 5 L3 C1 M D1 _ Converter module DCS 600 U1 2 L2 400V 50Hz L1 1 2 7 4 3 365V 350V 265V 250V 90V 60V 30V 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 + X1: 5 3 _ Field exciter unit (FEX-1/2) X1: 1 L3 K3 F3 T3 500V 12 460V 11 415V 10 400V 9 4 Connection examples 4.1 Armature current converter DCS 600 Fig. 4.2/1: DCF 600 Field supply converter wiring diagram II F 4-2 3ADW000072R0601 DCS600 System description e f PANEL CDP 312 4 3 X3: 1 2 AITAC _+ X33 CH 3 CH 2 CH 0 5 6 AI1 _+ 7 8 9 2 4 5 +10V -10V 3 0V X2:5 X2:4 K10 K5 AI4 _ + 10 X4: 1 56 AI3 _+ S4 K16 AI2 _+ ELECTR. DISCONNECT AMC-DC 2 6 0V 7 8 9 AO1 AO2 IACT 10 0V DO8 X96: 1 * if contactor relay K13 is used K1 * [K13] K12 2 K5 X6: 1 2 K1 3 K16 4 5 6 7 8 9 2 1 2 F5 2 1 10 0V K11 2 K12 3 K11 = Alarm K10 X7: 1 2 4 3 F2 M ~ 2 1 X2: 1 K5 690V 660V 600V 575V 525V 500V 450V 415V 400V 380V 3 2 1 5 6 7 If SDCS-IOB-2 is in use K10, K11 and K12 are not necessary 4 8 0V X5: 1...10 depending on the unit type (C1, C2) 5 1 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 T2 X2: 4 14 115V 13 230V 12 DO1 DO2 DO3 DO4 DO5 DO6 DO7 Power supply (POW-1) X99: 1 F4 DI1 DI2 DI3 DI4 DI5 DI6 DI7 DI8 +48V Control board (CON-2) K13 K12 K16 4 3 M K1 1 U1 2 V1 4 3 L2 W1 PE 6 5 L3 + C1 D1 _ Field supply converter module DCF 600 L1 F1 L1 400V 50Hz 2 + X11 X12 _ Overvoltage protection DCF 506 X4: 1 Note: In case the supply voltage for the excitation is switched on the primary side of its supply transformer additional overvoltage protection is required. Please contact ABB! 4.2 Field supply converter DCF 600 Notes II F 4-3 3ADW000072R0601 DCS600 System description e f DC Drives Product Portfolio The drive module for standard applications ● Integrated field supply (max. 20 A) ● Accurate speed and torque control ● Extremely small and compact design ● Very easy installation and commissioning ● Express delivery ● Power range: 10...500 kW (13...670 HP) DCS 500B / DCS 600 The drive module for demanding applications ● Free programming of software ● 6- and 12-pulse configuration up to 10 MW/ 13,000 HP and more ● Plain text display ● Power range: 10...5000 kW (13...6700 HP) DCE 500 / DCE 600 Highly integrated panel ● Excellent upgrade or revamp solution ● Contains: ● DCS 500B / DCS 600 module ● AC fuses ● Auxiliary transformer ● Motor fan starter with protection ● Main contactor ● Power range: 10...130 kW (26...300 HP) DCS 400 / DCS 500 Easy Drive The complete standard cabinet solution ● Pre-engineered ● Easy installation and commissioning ● Protection class: IP 21 ● Plain text display ● Short delivery time ● Power range: 50...1350 kW (65...1800 HP) DCA 500 / DCA 600 For complex, completely engineered Drive System in common cabinet design ● Flexible and modular hardware structure ● 6- and 12-pulse configuration up to 18 MW/ 23,000 HP and more ● Pre-programmed applications: Metals, Cranes, P&P application, Mining ● Power range: 10...18000 kW (13...23000 HP) ABB Automation Products GmbH Postfach 1180 68619 Lampertheim • GERMANY Telefon +49(0) 62 06 5 03-0 Telefax +49(0) 62 06 5 03-6 09 www.abb.com/dc II F 4-4 Since we aim to always meet the latest state-of-the-art standards with our products, we are sure you will understand when we reserve the right to alter particulars of design, figures, sizes, weights, etc. for our equipment as specified in this brochure. 3ADW 000 072 R0601 REV F 08_2005 DCS 400 *072R0601A5320000* 3ADW000072R0601 DCS600 System description e f *072R0601A5320000*...
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