Product Details

The F6 is offered in graduated sizes up to 450 kW. Both 230V and 480V classes are available with switching frequencies up to 16kHz.

Several control card options are available depending on application requirements. All drives feature dual channel STO inputs and SM3 supports advanced Functional Safety modes including Failsafe over EtherCAT (FSoE).

The F6 supports EtherNet/IP, EtherCAT, ProfiNet, and Powerlink communication protocols. The F6 operates a wide variety of motor types including induction, AC PM Servo, Linear, Torque, and Synchronous Reluctance motors. Motor modes and communication is software selectable.

Additionally, the F6 supports a variety of different cooling types. Forced air (fan cooled) is standard but pushthrough and liquid cooled heatsinks are also available.

Tech Specs

Electrical

• Power Range: Up to 400 kW
• Input Voltage Class: 230, 480Vac
• Overload (30 seconds): Varies by unit. In general, 150%
• Rated Switching Frequency: 2 – 16kHz, varies by unit
• Maximum Switching Frequency: 16kHz with derate

Mechanical

• Cooling Type: Flat back, Fan, Push Through, Liquid Cooled

Interfaces

Communication Interfaces:
Compact control card: EtherCAT, VARAN, CAN
Application control card: EtherCAT, EtherNet/IP, ProfiNet, Powerlink, VARAN, CAN

 

Encoder Interfaces (Compact/Application card): Dual-channel supports TTL, HTL, Resolver, BiSS, EnDat 2.1, Hiperface, SSI.

Second channel can be software-selected as an Incremental Output.

 

Certification

• cULus
• CE

Control

• Motor Types: Induction, PM Servo, Linear, Torque, High Speed
• Motor Control: V/Hz, SMM, field-orientated with encoder, ASCL, SCL
• Control Types: Velocity, Position, Torque, Homing
• Internal Positioning: Yes. 32-bit register

Environment

• Protection Rating: IP20
• Rated Altitude: 1000m with derate possible

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