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ABB Micro Drives ACS150
Low voltage AC drives
ABB micro drives
0.37 to 4 kW/0.5 to 5 hp
|ABB micro drives||Highlights|
|ABB micro drives are designed to be incorporated into a wide||– Worldwide availability through logistical distributors|
|variety of machines such as mixers, conveyors, fans or pumps||– User-friendly LCD control panel and integrated|
|or anywhere where a fixed speed motor needs to go variable||potentiometer|
|speed motor.||–||Flexible mounting alternatives|
|The ABB micro drives meet the requirements of OEMs,||–||Integrated EMC filter|
|machinery builders and panel builders. These drives are||–||Built-in brake chopper|
|widely available through the ABB distribution network. The||– FlashDrop tool for fast drive commissioning|
|drives are easy to select and provide a range of built-in|
|features as standard including PID control, brake chopper,|
|fixed keypad and speed control potentiometer.|
Worldwide availability and service
User-friendly LCD control panel and integrated potentiometer
Flexible mounting alternatives
Integrated EMC filter
Built-in brake chopper as standard
Drives are available worldwide and permanently stocked in four regions.
Dedicated global service and support network that is one of the widest in the industry.
Clear alphanumeric display. Easy setup and use.
Screw or DIN rail mounting, sideways or side-by-side.
High electromagnetic compatibility.
No need for an external brake chopper. Faster and easier drive setup and commissioning for volume manufacturing and maintenance. The FlashDrop tool enables both downloading and uploading drive parameters. Varies the drive’s performance according to the need of the application. Board coating protects the electronics from hazards including static discharge and airborne contaminates, including moisture.
Benefit Fast and reliable delivery with dedicated support to any country in the world. Time savings due to quick setup and simple configuration. One drive type can be used in various designs, saving installation costs and time. Low EMC emissions in selected environments. Space savings, reduced installation cost. Fast, safe and trouble-free parameter setting without the need to power-up the drive. Patented. Enhances production output, stability and accuracy. Reduces maintenance due to good protection of electronics components.
Easily integrated drives for a wide range of applications
ABB micro drives bring speed control benefits to a wide variety of applications.
In mixing applications the drive provides high starting torque which benefi ts the start of the mixing operation. The silent operation mode adjusts the switching frequency of the drive to a higher level after the high-torque start, resulting in lower audible noise. The FlashDrop tool provides a quick and safe way to confi gure multiple drives for identical mixer applications.
In conveyors the belt speed can be controlled using a drive and a motor. Production lines often have multiple stages, including conveyors, which need to be efficiently linked with each other to provide high production output. A drive provides smooth start and stop of the conveyor, thereby reducing mechanical stress and lowering maintenance costs.
A heat pump system consists of an indoor unit with fan and an outdoor unit with a compressor and a blower. The heat pump cools indoor environment by gathering heat from the air, and transferring the heat outside. The outdoor unit uses the compressor and the blower to dissipate the heat. The cooled air is blown indoors by fans located in the indoor unit. Drive allows the user to variably control the cooling power based on customer request. AC drives optimizes systems’ energy efficiency and smoothens system operation. Fans are used for process cooling and ventilation in industrial, commercial and domestic environments. Using a drive to control air fl ow enables energy savings compared to mechanical fl ow control methods. An ABB drive has integrated PID control which provides optimal air flow by adjusting the fan speed based on a given reference value. Compact size and various mounting methods enable flexible system design.
|Voltage and power range||1-phase, 200 to 240 V ± 10%|
|0.37 to 2.2 kW (0.5 to 3 hp)|
|3-phase, 200 to 240 V ± 10%|
|0.37 to 2.2 kW (0.5 to 3 hp)|
|3-phase, 380 to 480 V ± 10%|
|0.37 to 4 kW (0.5 to 5 hp)|
|Frequency||48 to 63 Hz|
|Voltage||3-phase, from 0 to Usupply|
|Frequency||0 to 500 Hz|
|Continuous loading||Rated output current I2N|
|(constant torque at a max.|
|ambient temperature of 40 ºC)|
|Overload capability||At heavy duty use 1.5 x I2N for 1 minute|
|(at a max. ambient||every 10 minutes|
|temperature of 40 ºC)||At start 1.8 x I2N for 2 s|
|Selectable||4 to 16 kHz with 4 kHz steps|
|Acceleration time||0.1 to 1800 s|
|Deceleration time||0.1 to 1800 s|
|Braking||Built-in brake chopper as standard|
|Motor control method||Scalar U/f|
|Ambient temperature||-10 to 40 ºC (14 to 104 ºF), no frost|
|allowed, 50 ºC (122 ºF) with 10%|
|Output current||Rated current available at 0 to 1000 m|
|(0 to 3281 ft) reduced by 1% per 100 m|
|(328 ft) over 1000 to 2000 m (3281 to|
|Relative humidity||Lower than 95% (without condensation)|
|Degree of protection||IP20/Optional NEMA 1 enclosure|
|Enclosure colour||NCS 1502-Y, RAL 9002, PMS 420 C|
|Contamination levels||IEC 721-3-3|
|No conductive dust allowed|
|Transportation||Class 1C2 (chemical gases)|
|Class 1S2 (solid particles)|
|Storage||Class 2C2 (chemical gases)|
|Class 2S2 (solid particles)|
|Operation||Class 3C2 (chemical gases)|
|Class 3S2 (solid particles)|
|AC input chokes||External option.|
|For reducing THD in partial loads and to|
|comply with EN 61000-3-2.|
|AC output chokes||External option.|
|To achieve longer motor cables.|
Programmable control connections
One analog input
Voltage signal 0 (2) to 10 V, Rin > 312 kΩ
Current signal 0 (4) to 20 mA, Rin = 100 Ω
Potentiometer reference value 10 V ± 1% max. 10 mA, R < 10 kΩ
Accuracy ± 2%
Auxiliary voltage 24 V DC ± 10%, max. 200 mA
Five digital inputs 12 to 24 V DC with internal or external
supply, PNP and NPN, pulse train
0 to 16 kHz
Input impedance 2.4 kΩ
One relay output
Type NO + NC
Maximum switching voltage 250 V AC/30 V DC
Maximum switching current 0.5 A/30 V DC; 5 A/230 V AC
Maximum continuous current 2 A rms
Low voltage Directive 2006/95/EC with supplements
Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC
EMC Directive 2004/108/EC with supplements
Quality assurance system ISO 9001
Environmental system ISO 14001
UL, cUL, CE, C-Tick and GOST R approvals
Application macros are preprogrammed parameter sets. When starting up the drive, the user typically selects one of the macros that is best suited for the application. The diagram below gives an overview of ACS150 control connections
and shows the default I/O connections for the ABB standard macro.
ABB micro drives have six standard macros:
ABB standard macro
Motor potentiometer macro
PID control macro
In addition to the standard macros the user can create three user macros. The user macro allows the user to save the parameter settings for later use.
Expertise at every stage of the value
Training and learning
Whether you operate in industry, commerce or a utility your aims remain the same: to keep your motor-driven applications running consistently and efficiently. The life cycle services for ABB drives can help you achieve these aims by maximizing the uptime of your process while ensuring the optimum lifetime of ABB drives in a predictable, safe and low-cost manner.
The life cycle services for ABB drives span the entire value chain, from the moment you make the first enquiry about a drive through to its disposal and recycling. Throughout the value chain, ABB provides training and learning, technical support and contracts. All of this is supported by one of the most extensive global drive sales and service networks.
Secure uptime throughout the drive life cycle
ABB follows a four-phase model for the life cycle management of its drives. The life cycle phases are active, classic, limited and obsolete. Within each phase, every drive series has a defi ned set of services.
ABB drive life cycle management model
The four-phase drive life cycle management model provides you with a transparent method for managing your investment in drives. In each phase, you clearly see what life cycle services are available, and more importantly, what services are not available. Decisions on upgrading, retrofi tting or replacing drives can be made with confi dence.
|The drive, with complete life cycle||The drive, with complete life cycle||Spare parts, maintenance and repair||ABB cannot guarantee availability of life|
|services, is available for purchase.||services, is available for plant||services are available as long as||cycle services for technical reasons or|
|extensions.||materials can be obtained.||within reasonable cost.|
|Complete life cycle services||Limited life cycle services|
|To ensure the availability of complete life cycle services, a drive must be in the||Caution! A drive entering the limited or obsolete phase has limited repair options.|
|active or classic phase. A drive can be kept in the active or classic phase by||This may result in unpredictable process downtime. To avoid this possibility, the|
|upgrading, retrofitting or replacing.||drive should be kept in the active or classic phase.|
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