Variable Frequency Drive, 2 Max. HP, 3 Input Phase AC, 480VAC Input Voltage
- Item# 5HV45
- Mfr. Model# FRN002G11W-4UX
- Catalog Page# N/A
- UNSPSC# 32101625
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- Item Variable Frequency Drive
- Max. HP 2
- Enclosure NEMA 4
- Input Voltage 480VAC
- Max. Output Amps 3.7
- Output Voltage 480VAC
- Input Phase AC 3
- Output Phase AC 3
- With Bypass / No Bypass No Bypass
- With Line Contactor / No Line Contactor No Line Contactor
- Starting Torque 200%
- Input Frequency 50/60 Hz
- Output Frequency Range 50/60 Hz
- Height 10.24"
- Width 5.91"
- Depth 5.71"
- Protection Overload, Overvoltage, Under voltage, Input phase loss, Overheating, Short-circuit, Ground fault, Motor overload, DB resistor overheating, Stall prevention, Output phase loss, Motor protection by PTC thermistor, Auto reset
- Control Method V/F Control (Sinusoidal PWM Control), Dynamic Torque-Vector Control (Sinusoidal PWM Control)
- Display Type LED, LCD
- Displays Input Volts, Output Amps, RPM, Frequency or Conveyor Speed
- Standards UL, cUL, EMC, TUV
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