PowerFlex 700 Standard Control User Manual, publication 20B-UM001 Provides detailed information on: • Parameters and programming • Faults, alarms, and troubleshooting PowerFlex 700 AC Drive Technical Data, publication 20B-TD001 This publication provides detailed drive specifications, option specifications and input protection device ratings. PowerFlex Specifications Category Specification Protection PowerFlex 70 Drive 200-208V Drive 240V Drive 380/400 Drive 480V Drive 600V Drive 690V Drive AC Input Overvoltage Trip: 247VAC 285VAC 475VAC 570VAC 690VAC AC Input Undervoltage Trip: 120VAC 138VAC 233VAC 280VAC 345VAC Bus Overvoltage Trip: 350VDC 405VDC 675VDC 810VDC 1013VDC

PowerFlex 525 drives, which offer a power rating of 0.4...22 kW (0.5...30 Hp) with global voltage classes of 100...600V, provide a variety of motor control and flexible mounting options. PowerFlex 525 AC drives operate at temperatures as high as 70 °C (158 °F), and they are ideal for applications such as conveyors, fans, pumps, and mixers. PowerFlex 525; Allen-Bradley PowerFlex 525 Manuals Manuals and User Guides for Allen-Bradley PowerFlex 525. We have 8 Allen-Bradley PowerFlex 525 manuals available for free PDF download: User Manual, Original Instructions Manual, Quick Start Manual, Application Technique, Installation Instructions The PowerFlex 525 control module is the same on all frame sizes. You can pop the control module off the 15HP and put it on the 20HP. You will have to change the motor nameplate parameters, and I think there is another parameter you have to toggle when moving the control module to a different frame. Allen-Bradley 25B-E032N104 PowerFlex 525 AC Drive, with Embedded EtherNet/IP and Safety, 600 VAC, 3 Phase, 30 HP, 22 kW Normal Duty; 25 HP, 18.5 kW Heavy Duty, Frame E, IP20 NEMA / Open Type, No Filter Allen-Bradley PowerFlex 525 AC Drive, with Embedded EtherNet/IP and Safety, 240 VAC, 1 Phase, 1.0 HP, 0.75 kW Normal Duty; 1.0 HP, 0.75 kW Heavy Duty, Frame A, IP20 NEMA / Open Type, Filter. PowerFlex Specifications Category Specification Protection PowerFlex 70 Drive 200-208V Drive 240V Drive 380/400 Drive 480V Drive 600V Drive 690V Drive AC Input Overvoltage Trip: 247VAC 285VAC 475VAC 570VAC 690VAC AC Input Undervoltage Trip: 120VAC 138VAC 233VAC 280VAC 345VAC Bus Overvoltage Trip: 350VDC 405VDC 675VDC 810VDC 1013VDC How to configure, and control a Powerflex 525 via Studio5000. Drive Software Our Allen-Bradley® PowerFlex® Drive Software provides you with an easy way to configure your VFD. Select the tool that best fits your need: DriveTools™, Connected Component Workbench, and for your Logix controlled applications use Studio 5000 Logix Designer®. PowerFlex 525 Drive Startup and Configuration. Course Number. CCA185. Course Purpose. Upon completion of this course, given a wired PowerFlex® 525 drive and AC motor, you will be able to properly start up the drive and configure drive parameters to meet application-specific needs. If your drive is overheating, you may be seeing a PowerFlex 525 F08 [Heatsink OvrTemp] or F09 [CC OvrTemp] Faults. Most times, drive overtemperatures can be prevented with a few precautionary measures: Check for blocked or dirty heat sink fins that can impede heat dissipation; Periodically check the product ambient temperature PowerFlex 525 AC Drive, with Embedded EtherNet/IP and Safety, 480 VAC, 3 Phase, 5 HP, 4 kW Normal Duty; 5 HP, 4 kW Heavy Duty, Frame B, IP20 NEMA / Open Type, No Filter PowerFlex 525 drives, which offer a power rating of 0.4...22 kW (0.5...30 Hp) with global voltage classes of 100...600V, provide a variety of motor control and flexible mounting options. PowerFlex 525 AC drives operate at temperatures as high as 70 °C (158 °F), and they are ideal for applications such as conveyors, fans, pumps, and mixers. Allen-Bradley 25B-D010N104 PowerFlex 525 AC Drive 480V/10.5A/5.0HP, Series A Full Description: Allen Bradley 25B-D010N104 PowerFlex 525 AC Drive, with Embedded EtherNet/IP and Safety, 480V AC, 3 Phase, 5HP, 4kW Normal/Heavy Duty; 10.5A, Frame B, IP20 NEMA / Open Type, No Filter, Series A 1. Download and install the PowerFlex Drives AOP from the PCDC. In the Search field enter “Drive AOPs”, then select the “Drive AOPs” product. Click the Downloads button and follow the instructions to download and install the PowerFlex Drives AOP V5.02 or later. 2. Download and install Studio 5000 V31.00.01 from the PCDC. Not all VFDs have an option for a Static tune, true. But the PF525 does, and it's fine for 99% of applications. Takes a minute of so at initial setup, no need to disconnect the load. Do you need to do an Auto-tune every time you change a motor with the EXACT same motor? No. Have I EVER seen... The PowerFlex 525 drive provides maximum flexibility and performance ranging up to 30 HP and 22 kW. By combining a variety of motor control options, communications, energy savings and standard safety features in a cost-effective drive, the PowerFlex 520-Series drive is suitable for a wide array of applications. PowerFlex 753 AC Drive. 46 The PowerFlex 753 AC drive is ideal for networked machines requiring speed and torque control. Power range: • 400V: 0.75 to 250 kW • 480V: 1.0 to 350 Hp • 600V: 0.5 to 300 Hp • 690V: 5.5 to 250 kW Seamless integration into Logix control architectures Communication and safety options Embedded I/O McNaughton-McKay’s Drives Product Manager, Bruce Karjala, has created this video to provide an aid when it comes to uploading/downloading and saving files us... May 06, 2009 · Is there a way to get all the data from the Powerflex 525 over Ethernet without an Allen-Bradley PLC? Currently, we just control the speed with analog input to the drive. I have been tasked with finding a "cheap" way of getting more data for troubleshooting from the drive. The 25B-E4P2N104 is an Allen-Bradley PowerFlex 525 series three-phase drive with a voltage rating of 600 Volts AC. The output current for the 25B-E4P2N104 is 4.2 Amps and the drive comes in an IP20 NEMA Open Type Enclosure with a standard interface module. The drive also comes with two modules that are usable in conjunction or separately for ... PowerFlex 525 drives, which offer a power rating of 0.4...22 kW (0.5...30 Hp) with global voltage classes of 100...600V, provide a variety of motor control and flexible mounting options. PowerFlex 525 AC drives operate at temperatures as high as 70 °C (158 °F), and they are ideal for applications such as conveyors, fans, pumps, and mixers. May 06, 2009 · Is there a way to get all the data from the Powerflex 525 over Ethernet without an Allen-Bradley PLC? Currently, we just control the speed with analog input to the drive. I have been tasked with finding a "cheap" way of getting more data for troubleshooting from the drive. The 25B-E4P2N104 is an Allen-Bradley PowerFlex 525 series three-phase drive with a voltage rating of 600 Volts AC. The output current for the 25B-E4P2N104 is 4.2 Amps and the drive comes in an IP20 NEMA Open Type Enclosure with a standard interface module. The drive also comes with two modules that are usable in conjunction or separately for ... PowerFlex 525 drives, which offer a power rating of 0.4...22 kW (0.5...30 Hp) with global voltage classes of 100...600V, provide a variety of motor control and flexible mounting options. PowerFlex 525 AC drives operate at temperatures as high as 70 °C (158 °F), and they are ideal for applications such as conveyors, fans, pumps, and mixers. Rockwell Automation Publication PFLEX-SG002H-EN-P - February 2014 49 PowerFlex 525 AC drives feature an innovative, modular design oering fast and easy installation and conguration. These cost-eective compact drives come with embedded EtherNet/IP™ communications, safety, USB conguration and a high ambient operating temperature capability. PowerFlex 700 Standard Control User Manual, publication 20B-UM001 Provides detailed information on: • Parameters and programming • Faults, alarms, and troubleshooting PowerFlex 700 AC Drive Technical Data, publication 20B-TD001 This publication provides detailed drive specifications, option specifications and input protection device ratings. Hi guys, I have an issue with a 1.5kw PF 525 vfd, it's giving me a fault 13 (ground fault) I have checked the motor(OK), disconnected the motor tails completely from the vfd and tested using multi meter output terminals to ground and found no issues, yet the vfd consistently gives me this... PowerFlex 525 drive firmware revision 2.003 and PowerFlex 523 drive firmware revision 2.002 corrects this behavior. The removal of the Stop condition will no longer cause the drive to run (with Start or Jog bit active). A transition of the Start or Jog bit must now be initiated for the drive to run. Jan 06, 2014 · Tags: PowerFlex 40, PowerFlex 700, Allen Bradley Controller, MicroLogix, CompactLogix, ControlLogix, Variable Frequency Drive, PowerFlex 525, PowerFlex 70, PowerFlex 755, Ethernet Jeff Zinn Jeff Zinn Whether you need assistance selecting a VFD or designing your motion control system, Jeff Zinn is your man. Allen-Bradley 25B-D010N104 PowerFlex 525 AC Drive 480V/10.5A/5.0HP, Series A Full Description: Allen Bradley 25B-D010N104 PowerFlex 525 AC Drive, with Embedded EtherNet/IP and Safety, 480V AC, 3 Phase, 5HP, 4kW Normal/Heavy Duty; 10.5A, Frame B, IP20 NEMA / Open Type, No Filter, Series A RE: PowerFlex 525 and 753 current rating. ScottyUK (Electrical) 5 Nov 13 15:34 With an active front end to give near-unity power factor on the supply side of the drive it is quite possible that the output current, at a lagging power factor, could be higher than the input.