Pamensky’s CFW 09 Shark NEMA 4X

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Aug 4, 2021

CFW 06 Shark NEMA 4X (IP 56) VFD

CFW 09 Drives with a NEMA 4X (IP 56) enclosure, designed for highly aggressive environments including:

  • Chemical industry
  • Petrochemical
  • Food industry
  • Other applications requiring full protection

Standard Features

  • V/Hz or Sensorless Vector Control
  • Self Tuning to motor parameters
  • NEMA 4X (IP56) Stainless Steel Enclosure
  • 200-240V up to 5HP, 380-480V up to 10HP
  • Single or Three-phase input voltage up to 3HP/230V
  • 150% current overload capacity
  • DC bus connections accessible
  • Detachable Smart Keypad with dual display and Copy Function
  • 32 bit RISC microprocessor controlled PWM output
  • 1.25 / 2.5 / 5 / 10 kHz adjustable switching frequency
  • Six isolated programmable digital inputs
  • Three programmable relay outputs (250Vac/1A)
  • Two isolated programmable analog inputs
  • Two programmable analog outputs (0 – 10 Vdc)
  • Protective features: Over current, motor overload, drive over temperature, output phase-to-phase and phase-to-ground short circuit, DC bus over and under voltage, power supply under voltage and phase loss and external fault
  • Control features: Linear and “S” amp acceleration and deceleration, local/remote control, DC braking, torque boost, motor slip compensation, electronic pot, preset speeds, adjustable V/Hz profile, maximum and minimum adjustable motor speed limits, three skip frequencies, adjustable output current limit, JOG, ride-thru, flying start and PID regulator
  • Display readings: Motor speed, frequency, voltage, current and torque, output power (kW), last four faults, drive status, digital and analog I/O status, hours powered and hours running
  • Ambient: 32ºF (0ºC) to 104ºF (40ºC), 3300 ft (1000m) altitude, 90% humidity, non-condensing

Optional Features

  • Closed loop vector control
  • RS-485 Serial Interface
  • On/Off line PC programming with SUPERDRIVE
  • Fieldbus Comm: Profibus DP, DeviceNet or Modbus RTU (Requires optional RS-232 or RS-485 Interface), Ethernet TCP/IP
  • Encoder buffered output
  • Additional digital and analog I/O
  • Dynamic Braking capabilities for all models

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