3adw000072r0601 dcs600 system description e f

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Unformatted text preview: tion e f 2.2 DCS 600 Power Converter Modules The power converter modules are modular in construction. They are based on the housing, which contains the power section with the RC snubber circuit. There are different sizes, depending on current and voltage. All units are forced cooled. The power section is controlled by the unit’s electronic system, which is identical for the entire product range. Parts of the unit’s electronic system can be installed in the unit, depending on the particular application in- Reference variables The voltage characteristics are shown in Table 2.2/1. The DC voltage characteristics have been calculated using the following assumptions: • • • • UVN = rated mains voltage, 3-phase Voltage tolerance ±10 % Internal voltage drop approx. 1% If a deviation or a voltage drop has to be taken into consideration in compliance with IEC and VDE standards, the output voltage or the output current must be reduced by the actual factor according to table 2.2/1. System connection voltage UVN 230 380 400 415 440 460 480 500 525 575 600 660 690 790 1000 1190 volved, e.g. a field supply for the motor, or an interface board to connect the converter to an overriding control system. A control/display panel is available for the operator. It can be mounted to the power converter module or installed in the cabinet's door by means of a mounting kit. Accessories such as external fuses, line reactors and the like are available, for putting together a complete drive system. DC voltage (recommended) Udmax 2-Q Udmax 4-Q 265 440 465 480 510 530 555 580 610 670 700 765 800 915 1160 1380 Table 2.2/1: 240 395 415 430 455 480 500 520 545 600 625 685 720 820 1040 1235 Ideal DC voltage without load Udi0 Recommended DCS 500B Voltage class y= 310 510 540 560 590 620 640 670 700 770 810 890 930 1060 1350 1590 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 7 7 8 9 1 DCS 600 max. DC voltages achievable with a specified input voltage. If armature voltages higher than recommended are requested, please check carefully, wether your system is still working under safe conditions. Application Armature converter Max. permitted armature voltage depending on Field exciter type DCF 504A SDCS-FEX-1 SDCS-FEX-2A DCF 503A/504A DCF 501B Power always positive (Ua and Ia pos.). Extruder Power often or always negative. Unwinder, suspended load Power sporadically negative. Printing machine at electrical stop Power positive or negative. Test rig Power positive, sporadically negative. 2-Q Udmax 2-Q Udmax 2-Q DCF 502B - 2-Q Udmax 4-Q Udmax 4-Q Udmax 4-Q 2-Q - - 4-Q Udmax 4-Q Udmax 4-Q Udmax 2-Q + change software parameter - 4-Q Udmax 4-Q Udmax 2-Q + change software parameter Table 2.2/2: Maximum permitted armature voltage II F 2-4 3ADW000072R0601 DCS600 System description e f - y→ Converter type x=1 → 2-Q x=2 → 4-Q IDC [A] y=4 (400 V) IAC [A] y=5 (500 V) P [kW] y=6 (600 V) P [kW] P [kW] 4Q 2Q 4Q 2Q 4Q 2Q 4Q 2Q DCS60x-0025-y1 DCS60x-0050-y1 DCS60x-0050-61 DCS60x-0075-y1 DCS60x-0100-y1 DCS60x-011...
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This note was uploaded on 08/22/2011 for the course EEE 230 taught by Professor Subramanian during the Spring '07 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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