Weg: Enclosed Drive Panels

December 16, 2019

The Enclosed Drive Panel is an industrial general purpose AC motor control and protection package. It is designed for simple and quick installation and start-up, requiring only input power and output motor connections. The Enclosed Drive Panel is built to complement the ruggedness and reliability of WEG electric motors, providing a complete, simple, and cost effective AC motor control, monitor and protection solution.

Product Range Wall Mounted

  • –   230V: 30 – 50HP: 86 – 130A
  • –   460V: 30 – 75HP: 45 – 105A
  • –   575V: 30HP: 32A

Free Standing

  • –   230V: 60 – 75HP: 180 – 240A
  • –   460V: 100 – 500HP: 142 – 600A
  • –   575V: 40 – 500HP: 44 – 472A

Standard Features

  • –   V/Hz and Sensorless Vector Control
  • –   230V, 460V or 575V Input Voltage
  • –   2 Isolated Analog Inputs
  • –   6 Programmable Digital Inputs
  • –   3 Programmable Relay Outputs
  • –   2 Analog Outputs
  • –   150% Overload 1min

Standard Panel Includes

  • –   Variable Frequency Drive CFW09
  • –   Keypad Mounted to Panel Door
  • –   Through Door Disconnect
  • –   Control Power Transformer
  • –   NEMA 12 Ventilated Enclosure
  • –   Canadian Certification

Optional Features

  • –   Line Reactor
  • –   Load Reactor
  • –   Panel Control Option
  • –   Start/Stop Pushbuttons
  • –   Run/Stop/Fault Pilot Lights
  • –   Local/Remote Selector Switch

Applications

  • –   Pumps
  • –   Fans
  • –   Blowers
  • –   Conveyors
  • –   Rollout tables
  • –   Agitators
  • –   Mixers

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