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Vector control frequency inverter GA500 series

vector control frequency inverter
vector control frequency inverter
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vector control, digital

Max.: 30,000 W

Min.: 100 W

Output frequency

Max.: 590 Hz

Min.: 0 Hz


More than 100 years of experience with driving electric motors has led Yaskawa to develop products which perfectly combine technical superiority with easy handling. The latest result of this evolution is the new GA500 microdrive. Compact in size and flexible in terms of motor type and connectivity, the GA500 is designed to easily master nearly any application. With the Yaskawa Drive Programming Simulator you can try for yourself how easy it is. Highlights: One drive controlling any induction, permanent magnet or synchronous reluctance motor Built in EMC filter, braking chopper reduce panel space Easy motor setup without the need for auto-tuning simplifies tuning with connected machinery Effortless Network Integration by support of all major networks with cost effective gateway feature Reduced set-up time with an intuitive keypad, navigation and start-up wizards Keypad with automatic parameter backup function, real time clock, data logger and copy unit Powerful DriveWizard PC tool for drive management, start-up, programming and failure analysis DriveWorksEZ for programming tool for extending functionality by logic programming Cloud-connected DriveWizard Mobile app for drive management on smartphones and tablets. Convenient commissioning by programming without main power from PC or Android Smart Phone Increased safety and reliability with built in STO SIL3 functional safety Side-by-side and heatsink out the back mounting for minimum panel size and optimized cooling Ambient temperature of 50 °C without derating (IP20), max 60 °C with derating Meets Global Standards


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