The Allen-Bradley SVX007A1-4A1B1 is a model used to identify motor parameters automatically. It does this type of identification for both the U/f control mode and the sensorless vector control mode. This allows it to keep track of several changes that will be taking place over time. In addition to this technology, it also has ASIC circuit features which are sophisticated and there is also an adaptive motor model. The model also exhibits a compact system that makes it complete along with the other features. The system of stator flux coordinates is where the vector control is carried out. This system has been integrated in such a way that it can be perfectly immune to small variations that might occur in motor parameters and measurements.
The sophisticate sensorless flux vector control in the SVX007A1-4A1B1 is also able to achieve a great dynamic precision that is described as closed-loop motor control when it comes to most of the speed range. The speed ranges include a torque rise time of fewer than 10 milliseconds, a steady state speed error of less than 0.5%, a high immunity to resonance vibrations, low ripple in the torque, a high starting current of 2.0 × IH, a high starting torque of 200% depending on the motor or drive sizing, a maximum output frequency of 7200 Hertz, and high-speed applications. All these are suitable for multi-motor drive systems. The SVX007A1-4A1B1 belongs in the category of general purpose drives and it has a horsepower rating of 7.5 Horsepower. The type of drive it is is known as the variable frequency drive. This specific type of drive has 480 Volts AC and an AC voltage range of 380 to 500 Volts. The SVX007A1-4A1B1 drive also has a frame size of FR5 and a constant torque of 16.0 Amps. The model has also been endowed with standard boards, an internal brake chopper circuit, a 3-phase input and an EMC filter.
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