R l1 s l2 t l3 r l1 sl2 tl3 motor ut1 vt2 wt3 im 3 dc

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R (L1) S (L2) T (L3) R (L1) S(L2) T(L3) Motor U(T1) V(T2) W(T3) IM 3~ DC choke (optional) +2 B2 Brake resistor (optional) +1 - Jumper Fuse/NFB (No Fuse Breaker) RB1 R C1 S A O FF ON M C MC It is recommended to install a protective circuit at RB-RC to protect it from system damage. When fault occurs, the contact will switch ON to shut the power and protect the power system. NOTE NOTE RB1 and RC1 are the multi-function output terminals I/O & RELAY extension card Option slot 1 Communication extension card SCM1 Control terminals Shielded leads & cable NOTE FWD REV MI1 MI3 MI4 MI 5 MI6 FWD / STOP Multi-step 1 N A / MI7 Digital Signal Common DCM MI2 Factory setting : NPN ( SINK ) Mode 8 COM Please refer to Figure 2 for wiring of NPN mode and P NP m ode. Do NOT apply the main voltage directly to above terminals. +2 V A / N A / N A / STO 1 +24V S T O 2 E S T O P + 2 4 V D C S afety PLC NOTE DCM SCM2 * 1 It is a short circuiting jumper installed between DCM, SCM1 and SCM2. Remove the short circuiting jumper before using the safety function while wiring. * 2 It is a short circuiting jumper installed between +24V, STO1 and STO2. Remove the short circuiting jumper before using the safety function while wiring. *1 *2 8 1 Modbus RS-485 8 1 SG+ Pin 1~2, 7, 8: Pin 3, 6:SGND Pin 4:SG- Pin 5:SG+ Reserved SGND AVI1 ACM +10 V 5K 3 2 1 0~10 VDC or 0/4~20 mA ACI AVI2 0~10 VDC or 0/4~20 mA 0~+10 V +10V/20 mA Multi-step 2 Multi-step 3 Multi-step 4 Factory setting Analog Signal Common Analog Multi-function Output Terminal Option slot 3 REV/STOP Analog Multi-function Output Terminal Analog Multi-function Output Terminal RA1 RC1 RA2 RC 2 RA 3 RC 3 A ( 250Vac/1.2 N.C.) A ( 250Vac/3 N.O.) 250Vac/3A (N.C.) Multi-function output terminals A ( 250Vac/1.2 N.O.) at COS (0.4) ,estimate ,estimate at COS (0.4) 30Vdc/5A (N.O.) 30Vdc/3A (N.C.) 30Vdc/5A (N.O.) A ( 250Vac/3 N.O.) A ( 250Vac/1.2 N.O.) ,estimate at COS (0.4) Multi-function output terminals N 4 MI
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12 R (L1) S (L2) T (L3) R (L1) S (L2) T (L3) U (T1) V (T2) W (T3) IM 3~ RB1 RC1 S A O FF ON M C M C NOTE +1/DC+ -/DC- Motor Fuse/NFB (No Fuse Breaker) It is recommended to install a protective circuit at RB-RC to protect it from system damage. When fault occurs, the contact will switch ON to shut the power and protect the power system. NOTE RB1 and RC1 are the multi - function output terminals I/O & RELAY extension card Option slot 1 Communication extension card SCM1 Control terminals Shielded leads & cable NOTE FWD REV MI1 MI3 MI4 MI 5 MI6 FWD / STOP Multi-step 1 N A / MI7 Digital Signal Common DCM MI2 Factory setting : NPN ( SINK ) Mode M I 8 COM Please refer to Figure 2 for wiring of NPN mode and P NP m ode. Do NOT apply the main voltage directly to above terminals. +2 4V N A / N A / N A / S T O 1 +24V STO 2 E S T O P +24V D C S a f ety PLC NOTE DCM SCM2 * 1 It is a short circuiting jumper installed between DCM, SCM1 and SCM2. Remove the short circuiting jumper before using the safety function while wiring.
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  • Spring '18
  • Alternating Current, Electric motor, Electric power transmission, AC power, Variable-frequency drive

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