Weg: SSW 06 Soft Starter

December 16, 2019

WEG SSW-06 series soft-starters are micro-processor controlled and designed to start and stop induction motors. Excellent acceleration and deceleration control is achieved with an optimized cost to benefit ratio.

Standard Features

  • –   220 – 575V, 50/60Hz input power supply (-15/+10%)
  • –   Built-in run rated (AC1) bypass contactor
  • –   Duty cycle: 300% full load amps for 30
  • –   seconds, 10 starts per hour
  • –   Voltage ramp or current limit start modes
  • –   Detachable keypad with dual display
  • –   (LCD and LED) and copy function
  • –   90 – 250Vac auxiliary control voltage
  • –   Single 32 bit RISC processor based control board
  • –   IP00 protected chassis enclosure
  • –   Six isolated 24Vdc programmable digital inputs
  • –   Three programmable relay outputs (2 Amp – 250V)
  • –   One 0 – 10Vdc programmable analog output
  • –   One 4 – 20mA programmable analog output
  • –   Motor PTC thermistor input
  • –   RS-232 serial interface
  • –   Adjustable acceleration (1-999 seconds) and deceleration ramps (0 – 299 seconds)
  • –   Adjustable pedestal voltage (25 – 90% of line voltage)
  • –   Current limitation from 150-500% torque control
  • –   Diagnostic features: Motor overload, over current and phase loss, motor immediate over and under current, SCR over temperature and fault, line phase loss and phase sequence, line over and under voltage
  • –   Display readings: Motor current, voltage, kW and power factor, line voltage and frequency, four last fault trips, run and power-up timers
  • –   Ambient: 32ºF (0ºC) to 131ºF (55ºC), 3300 ft (1000m) altitude, 90% non-condensing humidity
  • –   Braking capabilities: Reverse Braking, Optimal Braking, DC Braking
  • –   ModBUS ( Built-in)

Optional Features

  • –   RS-485 serial interface
  • –   Remote keypad cables and mounting frame
  • –   PC programming software
  • –   Profibus Expansion Board
  • –   DeviceNet Expansion Board
  • –   Ethernet TCP/IP
  • –   USB Communication Kit


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