Control Techniques – Unidrive SP AC DriveJohnGierich2021-04-26T14:10:45-05:00
PLEASE NOTE: Effective 2019, we no longer supply Control Techniques variable frequency drives and components. We have drives from several other manufacturers which can meet or exceed the performance characteristics of the Control Techniques line. Simply complete the form below, or contact us with the model of your current or obsolete Control Techniques drive and we’ll be glad to identify a suitable replacement.
The Unidrive SP is “The Benchmark” for AC drive and servo controls in the automation industry. It is a truly scalable “Solutions Platform” with the flexibility to be personalized to customer requirements, and lower true total cost while maximizing productivity. The Unidrive SP “Solution Platform” incorporates many cost saving and performance improvement features based on input from end users and OEMs. These include Secure Disable, Multiple Fieldbus capability, on-board EMC filter, Universal feedback device support, and the facility for up to three Solution Modules to tailor the drive to specific application needs. Open loop, closed loop vector, servo control modes make the Unidrive SP the ideal “Solutions Platform.”
Universal Digital AC Drive
1.0 to 40 HP. 3 phase, 208-230 VAC
1.0 to 1000 HP. 3 phase, 380-460 VAC
3.0 to 350 HP. 3 phase, 575 VAC
25 to 400 HP. 3 phase, 690 VAC
Higher HP systems available through paralleling — See Engineered Systems
Five operating modes with energy-saving Power Factor Control in Regen Mode*
Secure Disable for contactor elimination to EN954-1 cat 3
SmartCard – Parameter and applicationprogram cloning and back up card
Universal feedback interface supports up to 14 types of encoders
High Resolution Analog Input (16 bit plus sign)
RS485 Interface for PC connection
Dual duty ratings: Normal and Heavy
Three zero-space universal option slots
* Note: Additional components are necessary to produce a regen drive package.
Information provided by Control Techniques, a world leader in the design, production and marketing of electronic drives for the control of electric motors.