A Moving Arm or Controlled Rollers Used to Move a Part of a Package
A moving arm or controlled rollers used to move a part of a package from one conveyor to another conveyor or bin.
Required Drive Features:
Each application has specific requirements for I/O. Digital I/O is generally used to control the drive (Start, Stop, Jog, etc.) and annunciate the drive status.
High performance applications often demand nearly instant response to changes in speed or torque commands or input status changes. The higher the dynamic response, the more capable the drive is in meeting these demands.
Some processes require some basic logic functions (timers, boolean (and/or) logic, etc.) but are too small for a PLC or other logic controller.
A squirrel-cage motor slips under load. To compensate for this, the frequency can be increased as the motor torque increases.
All applications operate over a given speed range, defined as the ratio of maximum continuous speed to minimum continuous speed.
Sensorless Vector is a motor control method that is often used to maximize torque production in the motor for loads that have significant overload requirements. It is NOT a torque control (regulation) method. This algorithm maintains a constant magnetizing (flux) current from zero to base motor speed. The output voltage is increased proportional to load. Automatic or manual tuning identifies key motor parameters including IR drop and nominal flux current, allowing automatic voltage boost at low speeds proper flux current maintenance.
Applications that depend on accurate torque to accomplish the task require a drive that can control or 'regulate' torque. These applications typically control tension or force to produce a high quality product. The motor slip plus magnitude and phase angle of the output current are controlled to produce the commanded torque.
Recommended Choice: ABB ACS800 Series