6410-030-N-N-N Industrial Drive


Manufacturer: Pacific
Model: 6410-030-N-N-N
Product name: Driver
Warranty: One year warranty

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6410-030-N-N-N Industrial Drive

6410-030-N-N-N Industrial Drive


The figure below shows the full-wave-bridge, capacitor-input configuration most commonly used to power one or more 6410-030-N-N-N drive modules. A single transformer provides isolation and transforms the AC input voltage to a level that, when rectified, provides the desired DC bus voltage. Fusing should be between the rectifier and individual bus capacitors. This allows fuse size to be based upon the current requirements of a single module to provide the greatest protection. The capacitors must be connected to the 6410-030-N-N-N DC+ and DC- inputs using twisted pairs no longer than three feet in length as shown to control winding inductive effects. A regen clamp to absorb power transferred from the motor to the 6410-030-N-N-N(s) is sometimes required. This section provides selection guidelines for the power supply components.

The average current load of the 6410-030-N-N-N is a function of the motor used as well as motor speed and torque. To optimize the power supply design, the supply current can be measured using a DC current meter when the motor is producing the highest shaft power. If it is difficult to make this measurement, assume the maximum average load current equals the selected phase current. Thus, if the DIP switch is set for 5 Amps RMS, assume the maximum average power supply current is 5 amps.

The average transformer secondary current equals the sum of the average currents for all 6410-030-N-N-Ns powered by the supply. Because the transformer supplies pulses of current to charge the “bus” capacitor(s) on the other side of the diode bridge, the rms current is higher than the average current. The transformer should have a rated secondary rms current of at least 1.8 times the average current.

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