ATV900 variable speed drives replace Schneider Altivar ATV71
ATV900 variable speed drives replace Altivar ATV71 from Schneider Electric
The ATV900 is Schneider Electric’s new series of high performance variable speed drives (VSDs). It replaces the Altivar ATV71 for complex machines and offers a range models to suit most applications and environments. The ATV900 is part of Schneider’s Process Drives range.
The standard ATV930 Series are general purpose IP21 drives available for wall and floor mounting. Power ratings are from 0.75 kw to 315 kW. The ATV950 Series are also for wall and floor mounting, but offers the additional protection of IP55 enclosures. The ATV960 and ATV980 are high performance floor mounted drives systems from 80 kW to 800 kW, with enclosures available as IP23, or IP54 with separate air-flow option.
Energy intensive industries
The ATV900 meet the needs of energy intensive process and utilities in terms of equipment efficiency. Total cost of ownership (TCO) is supporting by energy management, asset management and the overall performance of the drives. Sustainable cost savings are achieved by the predictive condition-based maintenance.
The new drives meet the needs of energy intensive process and utilities in terms of equipment efficiency. Total Cost of Ownership is by supporting energy management, asset management and the overall performance of the drives. Sustainable cost savings are achieved by the predictive condition-based maintenance.
ATV900 drives are designed for process efficiency and excellent motor performance with any motor type. The embedded web server and data logging help reduce downtime through fast troubleshooting and preventive maintenance. The Ethernet connectivity provides process monitoring with your daily working tools. Local and remote access to energy use and customized dashboards visible to any portable device.
Altivar Process drives are designed for use in two operating modes that can optimize the drive nominal rating according to the system. The first of these modes is for normal duty (ND). This offers a dedicated mode for applications requiring a slight overload (up to 120%) with a motor power no higher than the drive nominal power. Heavy duty (HD) is a dedicated mode for applications requiring a significant overload (up to 150%) with a motor power no higher than the drive nominal power derated by one rating.
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