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Section 1
Product Overview
2
Section 2
Key Features
3
Section 3
Operating Modes
4
Section 4
Specification
5
Section 5
Easy Set Up
6
Section 6
I/O Specification
7
Section 7
Ratings
8
Section 8
Dimensions
9
Section 9
Programming
10
Section 10
Default Parameters
11
Section 11
Protection & Diagnostics
12
Section 12
Commander SE Options
13
Section 13
Dynamic Braking
14
Section 14
EMC Filters
15
Section 15
Cables & Fuses
16
Section 16
Autotune
17
Section 17
Additional Configurable Functions
17
Section 18
Pre-Installation
20
Product Overview
Responding to Customer Driven Priorities
Since its formation in 1973, Control Techniques has
become a global specialist dedicated to the design,
manufacture and supply of AC and DC drives, servos and
drive systems, with nearly 2 million drives commissioned
to date. This dedication to understanding and satisfying
customers needs ensures that we produce a range of
world class products all designed to meet the varying
application requirements of industry. In response to
customer driven priorities for a simple, easy to use,
general purpose open loop inverter, Control Techniques
have developed the Commander SE.
Commander SE
The Commander SE is a simple and easy to use AC
drive for use with AC induction motors. Sensorless
vector mode or V/Hz mode is fully selectable by the user.
Sizes
There are five physical sizes comprising 25 different
models. The input voltage ranges are single phase input,
200 to 240V, three phase input, 200 to 240V, three
phase input 380 to 480V and are power dependent.
Simple to Use
Reducing complexity and cost is what Commander
SE is all about. The SE stands for Simple and Easy
and it is SIMPLE to install and EASY to use. The drives
first 10 parameters cover most applications easily,
quickly and cost effectively.
Technology
Many of the features of Commander SE would not be
possible without the use of advanced technology. The SE
drive employs state of the art microprocessor technology
which controls all drive functions. The drive incorporates 2
microprocessors, a DSP (Digital Signal Processor) which
synthesises an adjustable carrier frequency PWM (Pulse
Width Modulation) output controlling the IGBT (Insulated
Gate Bipolar Transistor) inverter section and a
microcontroller which handles the user interface functions.
All printed circuit boards are manufactured using surface
mount technology ensuring high quality and reliability.
2
Key Features
General Features
●
Minimum motor noise with maximum drive
‘Simple to Install’ Features
●
protection via unique Intelligent Thermal
●
●
●
●
cannot be misplaced during installation
Management (ITM)
●
Large easy access, power terminals
Modbus RTU RS485 serial communications as
●
Pluggable control terminal for fast installation
standard on all sizes
●
Standard size terminal screwdriver can be used for
control cable connection
Complies with power drive systems standard
EN 61800-3 for the first and second environment
●
Quick installation with convenient cable management
'Industrial sites' with an additional EMC filter.
●
Power and control connections shown on inside of
terminal cover
Small enough to fit - big enough to use - plenty of
space for cabling
●
Conduit entry directly onto solid metal gland plate
Plug-in communication packages that include;
●
Commander SE up to 4 kW, fits 200mm deep
Profibus-DP, DeviceNet, CANopen and Interbus
●
cubicles even with footprint EMC filter fitted
The mains dip ride-through feature gives maximum
protection against expensive process stoppages
‘Ease of Use’ Features
and minimises product wastage, breakages and
●
downtime
●
Level 2 parameters easily accessible if added
Commander SE's advanced parameters give the
Only 10 parameters in level 1 menu covering most
applications, and shown on the drives front cover
●
flexibility and functionality are required
●
Mounting brackets are cast into the heatsink -
Multi-lingual quickstart guide for fastest set-up in
anyone’s language
●
No spin autotune for fast drive/motor optimisation
user, via SE Soft and PC serial communications,
access to advanced features such as:
Further Information
PID Controller,
See our web site www.ControlTechniques.com for
kW hour meter,
User Guide, Advanced User Guide and application
8 preset speeds,
examples
motorised potentiometer,
second motor map
logic functions (and, or, timers etc)
Increased output frequency resolution (0.001 Hz)
and lots more
●
With true space vector modulation - open loop vector
control, full motor torque is achieved down to 1 Hz
●
Rugged, industrial 50°C (40°C above 15 kW)
ambient rating for applications where operating
conditions are hot and tough
●
IP20 rating for added protection
●
Fast, accurate drive to drive parameter transfer
and storage with the QuicKey - saves time
and money
●
Coast & Ramp to Stop modes
●
Programmable security code
3
Operating Modes
Introduction
Open Loop Vector Mode
The Commander SE can be configured to operate
in the following operating modes:
This mode of operation maintains almost constant
flux by dynamically adjusting the motor voltage
according to the load on the motor.
Open-Loop V/Hz Mode
For use with standard AC induction motors.
Open-loop Vector Control provides full torque down to
The Drive applies power to the motor at frequencies
1Hz giving an excellent speed range to cover most
which are adjusted by the user. The motor speed is a
general purpose applications.
result of the output frequency of the Drive and slip due
to the mechanical load.
Current
Limits
Reference &
Ramps
In this mode the drive can power one motor or a
Current
Feedback
_
+
number of motors connected in parallel (each motor
Modulator
& Inverter
must be individually protected against overload).
Machine
Characteristics
No Boost
Improved motor performance can be achieved by
Vector
Compensation
DC Link
Voltage
applying the following:
●
Slip compensation
●
Fixed boost
Typical Examples of Applications
Conveyors, Extruders, Mixers, Textile Machines, etc.
Fixed boost applies a fixed voltage boost at low
frequencies.
Reference &
Ramps
which it is to be used. These two configurations are
Current
Feedback
_
+
Voltage
Modulator
& Inverter
DC Link
Voltage
Typical Examples of Applications
Conveyors, Centrifugal Loads (Fans & Pumps),
Multi-Motor Control, etc.
4
The drive is despatched from our factory in the
appropriate default configuration for the continent in
Current
Limits
Machine
Characteristics
Inc Boost
Default Configurations
distinguished as follows:
●
European/rest of world voltage, 50Hz supply
●
USA voltage, 60Hz supply
Specification
AC Supply Requirements
Ingress Protection
●
Sizes 1 to 4 IP20, NEMA 1 when the drive is
●
200 to 240V ±10%
1 phase
●
200 to 240V ±10%
1 and 3 phase (dual rated)
●
200 to 240V ±10%
3 phase
●
380 to 480V ±10%
3 phase
●
Maximum supply imbalance: 2% negative phase
Starts Per Hour
sequence (equivalent to 3% voltage imbalance
●
By using the electronic control terminals: unlimited.
between phases) 48 to 62Hz
●
By switching the supply: 20 starts per hour maximum.
fitted with the rubber grommets supplied.
●
Size 5 IP20
(3 minute intervals between starts)
Motor Requirements
●
No. of phases: 3
Accuracy and Resolution
●
Voltage:
●
Output frequency accuracy: 0.01%
200 to 240V ±10%
●
Output frequency resolution: 0.1Hz
380 to 480V ±10%
Frequencies and Speed
Temperature, Humidity and
Cooling Method
●
PWM switching frequency;
6 kHz nominal (selectable 3,6 or 12 kHz)
Max output frequency: 1000 Hz
Ambient temperature range: -10°C to + 40°C (14°F to 104°F)
●
●
●
Intelligent thermal management software
at 6kHz switching frequency
automatically changes the switching frequencies
-10°C to + 50°C (14°F to 140°F)
depending on load conditions, heatsink
at 3kHz switching frequency. (for units less
temperature and output frequency to prevent
than 18.5kW)
heatsink over-temperature trips
Cooling method: Natural convection (size 1)
Fan assisted (1.5kW and upwards)
●
Maximum humidity: 95% non condensing
●
Storage temperature range: -40°C to + 60°C (-4°F - 140°F)
for 12 months maximum
Altitude
●
Reduce the normal full load current by 1% for
every 100m (325ft) above 1000m (3250ft) to a
maximum of 4000m (13000ft).
Vibration (Random)
●
Packaged and unpackaged - tested to 0.01g2/Hz
(Equivalent to 1.2grms) from 5 to 150Hz for 1 hour
in each of 3 axes as in IEC68-2-34 and IEC68-2-36.
5
Easy Set Up
Forward or Reverse LED
Status or
Parameter
number
Value
RJ45 connector for RS485, Modbus RTU Serial Comms
QuicKey
Terminal control
0V common
1
Local voltage speed reference input
2
+10 V reference output
3
0 V common
4
Remote current speed reference input
5
Analog output (Motor speed)
6
+24 V output
7
Digital output (Zero speed)
8
Drive Enable/Reset
9
Run Forward
10
Run Reverse
11
Local / Remote speed ref selector
12
Jog
13
+24 V output
14
OK
FAULT
2
Braking Resistor 1
+ DBR - L1 L2 L3 PE U V W
M
Power connections
Notes 1 Braking Resistor and DC Bus connections are not available on size 1
2 Not used for single phase
6
15
16
10 kΩ
(2 kΩ min)
V
0 - 10 V
+
4 - 20 mA
+24 V
0V
I/O Specification
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
0V common
Local Speed Reference Input (A1)
Type of input
Voltage range
Scaling
Absolute maximum voltage range
Input impedance
Resolution
Accuracy
Sample time
+10V Reference Output
Voltage accuracy
Maximum output current
Protection
0V Common
Remote Current Speed-Reference Input (A2)
Default
Type of input
Current range (programmable)
Absolute maximum voltage range
Input impedance
Resolution
Accuracy
Sample time
Analog Voltage Output
Default
Absolute maximum voltage range
Voltage range
Scaling: Motor speed output
% full load current output
Maximum output current
Resolution
Accuracy
Update time
Protection
+24V Output
Voltage accuracy
Maximum output current
Protection
Digital Output
Function
Absolute maximum voltage range
Voltage range
Maximum output current
Output impedance
Update time
Digital Input - Enable / Reset †
Digital Input - Run Forward (Edge Triggered) *
Digital Input - Run Reverse (Edge Triggered) *
Digital Input - Local/Remote Speed Ref (A1/A2)
Digital Input - Jog
Default
Voltage range
Absolute maximum voltage range
Nominal threshold voltage
Input impedance
Sample time
Single-ended
0 to +10V
0V represents the value in parameter 01, Minimum speed. +10V represents
the value in parameter 02, Maximum speed
+35V to -18V with respect to 0V common
100kΩ
0.1% (10 bit)
± 2%
6ms
± 2%
5mA
tolerates continuous short circuit to 0V
4 - .20mA (See parameter 16)
Single ended
0-20mA, 20-0mA, 4-20mA, 20-4mA, 4-.20mA, 20-.4mA
+30V to -18V with respect to 0V common
200Ω
0.1% (10 bit)
± 2%
6ms
Motor Speed (See parameter 36)
+ 35V to -1V with respect to 0V common
0 to +10V
0V represent 0Hz/0 rpm output + 10V represents the value of parameter 02, Max. speed
Active Current
Vout =
x10
1.5 x Drive Rated Current
5mA
0.1% (10 bit)
± 5%
22ms
tolerates continuous short circuit to 0V
± 10%
100mA
tolerates continuous short circuit to 0V
Zero Speed Output
+35V to -1V with respect to 0V common
0V to +24V
50mA at +24V
10kΩ pull-down resistor in inactive state
1.5ms
Positive logic (See parameter 34)
0V to +24V
+35V to -18V with respect to 0V common
+10V
6.6kΩ
1.5ms
† Following a Drive trip, open and close the Enable terminal to reset the Drive. If the Run Forward or Run Reverse terminal is closed, the Drive will run straight away.
* Following a Drive trip and a reset via the Stop/Reset key the Run Forward or Run Reverse terminals will need to be opened and closed to allow the Drive to run.
This ensures that the Drive does not start when the Stop/Reset key is pressed.
14 +24V Output
Voltage accuracy
Maximum output current
Protection
15 Status Relay (Normally Open)
16
Function
Voltage rating
Current rating
Contact isolation
Update time
Operation of contact
± 10%
100mA
tolerates continuous short circuit to 0V
Drive Healthy
240VAC /30VDC
2A/6A (resistive)
2.5kVAC (meets IEC664-1 with over voltage category II)
6ms
OPEN - AC supply removed from Drive
- AC supply applied to Drive with the Drive in a tripped condition
CLOSED - AC supply applied to Drive with the Drive in a 'ready to run' or 'running'
condition (not tripped)
Note: The total current from the +24V rail, which includes the digital output, is 100mA. Therefore if the digital output is providing 30mA,
the +24V rail will only provide 70mA.
7
Ordering and Ratings
Commander SE Rating and EMC Filter Selection
EMC FILTER
COMMANDER SE
Model
order code
Supply
volts
±10%
SE11200025
SE11200037
SE11200055
SE11200075
200-240
200-240
200-240
200-240
1
1
1
1
Schaffner
order code
Motor
Cable
Industrial
(m)
Low Cost
Footprint
Low Leakage
20
75
15
FS5594-12-07
4200-6101 114
FS5581-12-07
4200-6102 242
FS5581-12-07-LL 4200-6103 242
46
40
40
58 0.49
100 0.60
100 0.60
1
1
1
1
0.25 0.33
0.37 0.5
0.55 0.75
0.75
1
1.5
2.3
3.1
4.3
2.3
3.5
4.7
6.5
SE2D200075 200-240 1 or 3*
2
0.75
1
4.3
6.5
26/16 Low Cost
50
15
FS5594-26-07
FS5901-17-07
4200-6204
119
4200-6304
57
86
0.70
0.60
SE2D200110 200-240 1 or 3*
2
1.1
1.5
5.8
8.7
26/16 Footprint
100
100
FS5581-26-07
FS5569-16-07
4200-6201
330
4200-6202
45
148
1.20
1.10
SE2D200150 200-240 1 or 3*
SE2D200220 200-240 1 or 3*
2
2
1.5
2.2
2
3
7.5
10
11.3
15.0
26/16 Low Leakage
15
45
FS5581-26-07-LL 4200-6205 330
FS5569-16-07-LL 4200-6207
45
148 1.20
1.10
SE23200400 200-240
3
2
4
5
17
25.5
26
Low Cost
Footprint
Low Leakage
15
100
45
FS5901-30-07
4200-6303 132
FS5569-26-07
4200-6203 330
FS5569-26-07-LL 4200-6209 330
69
45
45
117 0.80
148 1.30
148 1.30
SE23400075
SE23400110
SE23400150
SE23400220
SE23400300
SE23400400
380-480
380-480
380-480
380-480
380-480
380-480
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
0.75
1.1
1.5
2.2
3
4
1
1.5
2
3
4
5
2.1
3
4.2
5.8
7.6
9.5
3.2
4.5
6.3
8.7
11.4
14.3
16
Low Cost
Footprint
Low Leakage
15
100
20
FS5901-17-07
4200-6304 119
FS5569-16-07
4200-6202 330
FS5569-16-07-LL 4200-6207 330
57
45
45
86 0.60
148 1.10
148 1.10
SE33200550 200-240
SE33200750 200-240
3
3
3
3
5.5
7.5
7.5
10
25
28.5
37.5
42.8
30.5
Book End
Footprint
15
100
FS5901-30-07
FS5569-30-07
4200-6303 133
4200-6302 385
70
50
118 0.80
190 1.70
SE33400550 380-480
SE33400750 380-480
3
3
3
3
5.5
7.5
7.5
10
13
16.5
19.5
24.8
17.1
Low Cost
Footprint
15
100
FS5901-17-07
FS5569-17-07
4200-6304 119
4200-6301 385
58
50
86 0.60
190 1.60
SE43401100 380-480
SE43401500 380-480
3
3
4
4
11
15
15
20
24.5
30.5
36.8
45.8
33
Low Cost
Footprint
15
100
FS5901-33-07
FS5569-33-07
4200-6402 143
4200-6401 467
80
55
128 1.09
246 3.10
SE43401850 380-480
3
4
18.5
25
37
55.5
37
Low Cost
Footprint
20
100
FS5901-37-07
FS5569-37-07
4200-6404 143
4200-6403 467
80
60
128
246
1.2
3.1
SE53402200 380-480
SE53403000 380-480
SE53403700 380-480
3
3
3
5
5
5
22
30
37
30
40
50
46
60
70
69
90
105
50
63
100
Book End
Book End
Book End
100
100
100
FS5113-50-53
FS5113-63-34
FS5113-100-35
4200-6116 337 100 90
4200-6117 377 103 150
4200-6106 380 107 150
3.8
3.8
7.8
12
Options
Model
Order code
Description
Universal Keypad - hand held or door mounted, plain text display
SE Soft
PC Windows™ based setup software for advanced programming
Cable screening clamps
SE11: size 1, SE12: size 2, SE13: size 3, SE14: size 4, SE15: size 5
8
CT
L
H
W Weight
order code (mm) (mm) (mm) (kg)
Mounting
style
Number Frame kW
HP 100% 150% Filter
of input size rating rating Output Output current
phases
current current rating
(A)
SE51
+10 to -10 V analogue input card for bi-directional speed ref.
SE55
QuicKey’ cloning module for rapid, accurate parameter transfer
SE71
RS232 to RS485 (2 wire) converter for connecting between the drive and PC when using SE Soft
SE73
Profibus DP - 12 MB
SE74
Interbus
SE77
CAN Open
SE77
DeviceNet
Dimensions
Commander SE
B A
D
C
Dimensions and Weights
Model
Nominal Power
rating
Supply
Volts ±10%
SE11200025
SE11200037
SE11200055
SE11200075
SE2D200075
SE2D200110
SE2D200150
SE2D200220
kW
0.25
0.37
0.55
0.75
0.75
1.1
1.5
2.2
hp
0.33
0.5
0.75
1
1
1.5
2
3
(V)
200-240
200-240
200-240
200-240
200-240
200-240
200-240
200-240
SE23200400
SE23400075
SE23400110
SE23400150
SE23400220
SE23400300
SE23400400
SE33200550
SE33200750
SE33400550
SE33400750
SE43401100
SE43401500
SE43401850
SE53402200
SE53403000
SE53403700
4.0
0.75
1.1
1.5
2.2
3.0
4.0
5.5
7.5
5.5
7.5
11.0
15.0
18.5
22.0
30.0
37.0
5
1
1.5
2
3
4
5
7.5
10
7.5
10
15
20
25
30
40
50
200-240
380-480
380-480
380-480
380-480
380-480
380-480
200-240
200-240
380-480
380-480
380-480
380-480
380-480
380-480
380-480
380-480
Size
A
B
C
D
Weight
mm
in
mm
in
mm
in
mm
in
kg
lb
1
191
7.52
176
6.86
102
4
130
5.12
1.25
2.75
2
280
11.02
260
10.1
147
5.79
130
5.12
3.20
7.05
3
336
13.23
315
12.4
190
7.48
155
6.1
6.80
15.0
4
412
6.22
390
15.21
250
9.84
185
7.28
11.0
24.2
5
368
14.48
335
13.18
375
14.76
260
10.23
22.0
49.0
9
Programming
Run
Stop/reset
Forward/Reverse
Increase
Decrease
Mode
Used to change the mode of the display
● Status Mode
● Parameter View Mode
● Parameter Edit Mode
To Change the Maximum Speed - Simply use the Front Cover
Status Display
Press
02 Maximum speed
Press
Parameter Display
Press
Parameter 02
S
IM
P
L
E
Press
Existing Max Speed (50.0 Hz)
New Max Speed (45.0 Hz)
Return to Status Display
10
(Hz)
P
R
O
G
R
A
M
M
IN
G
Press
Twice
END
Default Parameters
Listed below are the default parameter values for
Commander SE as well as the read only parameters
which are for status monitoring only. Parameters 01 to 10
are Level 1 parameters which are initially accessible at
power up, with Parameters 11 to 44 accessible after
setting P10 = L2.
Level 1
Pr
Function
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
Minimum Speed (Hz)
Maximum Speed (Hz)
Acceleration Rate (s/100Hz)
Deceleration Rate (s/100Hz)
Speed Reference Select
Rated Current
Rated Speed (rpm)
Rated Voltage (V)
Power Factor
Parameter Access
Default Value & Units
0
50 (60 USA)
5
10
A1.A2 (PAd USA)
Drive Rating
1500 (1800 USA)
230/400 (230/460 USA)
0.85
L1
Pr
Function
Preset 1 (Hz)
Preset 2 (Hz)
Preset 3 (Hz)
Preset 4 (Hz)
Jog Speed (Hz)
Current Mode (mA)
Enable Negative Preset Speeds
Last Trip
Trip Before P18
Trip Before P19
Trip Before P20
Load Display Units
Speed Display Units
Customer Defined Scaling
Security Setup
Fwd/Rev Key Enable
Power Up Keypad Ref.
Parameter Cloning
Load Defaults
Ramp Mode
Stopping Mode
Variable Torque Select
Spinning Motor Select
Positive Logic Select
Start/Stop Logic Select
Analogue Output Select
Pr
Function
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
*51
*52
*53
Switching Frequency (kHz)
Autotune
Rated Frequency (Hz)
No. of Poles
Serial Mode
Baud Rate
Serial Address
Software Version
Fieldbus Node Address
Fieldbus Baud Rate
Fieldbus Diagnostics
Voltage Mode Selector
Low Frequency Voltage Boost
Motor Thermistor Select
Zero Speed Threshold
Motor Current Threshold
Motor Current Threshold
Hysteresis
Brake Release Delay Time
*54
Default Value & Units
6 kHz
0
50 (60 USA)
Auto
ANSI
4.8
1.1
0
0
0
3
3.0
OFF
0
0
0
0
* Only becomes active when parameter 0.29 is set to ‘br.Eu’ or
‘br.US’ and stop/reset button is pressed for 1 second.
Level 2
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
Level 2 continued
Default Value & Units
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
1.5
4-.20
Off
Ld
Fr
1.00
0
Off
0
No
No
1
1
Off
0
On
0
Fr
Level 3 - Advanced Level
Access to advanced parameters (menus 1 to 21) ie. any
function other than detailed in levels 1 or 2 are only
accessible via serial communications ie. SE Soft,
Universal Keypad or Fieldbus.
11
Protection & Diagnostics
Trip
Code
Trip
Condition
Number
UU
1
dc link under voltage
OU
2
dc link over voltage
OI.AC**
3
ac instantaneous over current trip
OI.br**
Et
O.SP
4
6
7
Overcurrent on braking IGBT
External trip
Over speed
tunE
It.br
It.AC
Oht1
Oht2
th
O.Ld1*
cL
SCL
EEF
PH
18
19
20
21
22
24
26
28
30
31
32
Auto-tune failure
Ixt on braking resistor
Motor thermal trip
Overheat
Overheat (heatsink thermistor)
Over temperature (Motor thermistor)
+24V or digital output overload
Current loop loss on terminal 5
User serial communications watchdog failure
Failure of internal EEPROM
Phase loss
rS
trxx
F.bus
C.Err
C.dat
C.Acc
C.rtg
O.Ld2
33
40-99
180
182
183
185
186
188
O.cL
189
Stator resistance measurement failure
User trips where xx is the user trip number
Field bus disconnection whilst in use
Quickey memory corrupt
Quickey with no data
Quickey write fail
Quickey power rating change
+28V serial communications power
supply overload
Current loop input overload
Motor runs unstable
dc Link Undervoltage: UU
200V units = 180V dc
400V units = 400V dc
dc Link Overvoltage: OU
200V units = 420V dc
400V units = 830V dc
*The Enable/Reset Terminal will not reset an O.Ld1 trip
- use the key
**These trips cannot be reset for 10 seconds
12
Possible Cause
Low AC supply voltage Low DC link voltage when supplied by
external DC power supply
Excessive inertia in the machine during deceleration.
Deceleration rate set too fast for inertia of machine
Insufficient ramp times. Phase to phase or phase to earth
short-circuit at the Drive output
(Size 2,3 and 4 units only)
External trip terminal opened (when programmed)
Excessive motor speed
(typically caused by the mechanical load driving the motor)
Motor loaded or no motor connected
(Size 2,3 and 4 units only)
Too much mechanical load
Overheat thermal model
Temperature exceeds 95°C (203°F)
Excessive motor temperature
Excessive load or short circuit on +24V output
Input current less than 3mA when 4-20 or 20-4 modes used
Failure of serial communications between Drive and master
Possible loss of parameter values
One of the input phases has become disconnected from the Drive.
(This applies to 200V/400V three phase units only, not dual rated units).
Motor cable disconnected during measurement. Motor too small for Drive
Bad connection or memory corrupt
New / empty Quickey being read
Bad connection or faulty Quickey
Already programmed Quickey read by Drive of different rating
Overload of more than 110 mA or short circuit on +28V
serial communications power supply
Input current exceeded 25mA
Motor or motor connections changed. Check motor connections and
re-autotune to motor (see parameter 38)
Commander SE Options
Rapid Drive Setup
●
QuicKey cloning module - Order code SE55
●
Easy setup of multiple drives
●
Simplifies the transfer of parameters
between drives
●
Stores 1 full parameter set
●
Can remain installed in the drive and then
swapped to a replacement drive in the unlikely
event of the drive failing.
Drive Communications
●
RS 232 to 485 communications lead
for easy commissioning and drive programming
using a P.C. and SE Soft Windows™ software
(Order code SE71)
●
Plugs directly from a P.C. into RJ45 connector
on the drive
●
Universal keypad
2 line, back-lit, plain text IP65 keypad, can be hand
held or door mounted (Order code 8500-0000)
●
Fieldbus communications
Commander SE is able to communicate with some
of the world’s leading PLCs via our high speed
communications modules;
Profibus DP - Order code SE73
Interbus
- Order code SE74
DeviceNet
- Order code SE77
CANopen
- Order code SE77
Input Flexibility
●
Bi-polar input card - Order code SE51
Accepts a ±10V signal and gives this input
as the speed demand reference to the drive
13
Dynamic Braking
Resistor Connections
Minimum Values
The external braking resistor should be connected to
the Commander SE terminals labelled (+) and DBR on
the terminal strip on Commander SE sizes 2, 3 ,4 & 5.
The resistor must be thermally protected in the unlikely
event that the braking transistor fails. This thermal device
must either disconnect the input AC power to the inverter
or disconnect the resistor from the circuit. Please contact
your Control Techniques Drive Centre for additional
application information.
The calculated minimum ohmic resistance value is
limited by the braking transistor within in the Commander
SE. The following is a list of the minimum values. Minimum
resistance values and peak power rating for the braking
resistor at 40°C (104°F). The minimum resistance allows
the braking resistor to dissipate up to approximately 150%
of the power rating of the Drive for up to 60 seconds.
Custom Resistor Values
The resistor ohmic value is based on the torque
required to stop the motor (and connected load) in the time
dictated by the application. The first equation to be solved
is the torque required knowing the required stop time.
JxN
or
πJxN
T(metric) =
T(imperial) =
td x 60
td x 307
(ft.lbs)
Where: J
N
td
T
=
=
=
=
(Nm)
Total Inertia (lbft2 or kgm2)
Motor Max. Speed (rpm)
Decel Time (s)
Torque (ft.lb or Nm)
The torque required must be equal or less than 1.5 x
motor/drive capability.
TxN
or
TxN
P(kW) =
P(hp) =
5250
30
The ohmic value of the resistor can now be calculated
using the following formula:
or
(Vb)2
(Vb)2
R =
R =
P(hp) x 746
P(kW) x 1000
Where: Vb =
=
=
R =
Key:
14
Ppk =
td =
toff =
Pav =
Bus dc voltage level when braking
780 Vdc for 400V units
390 Vdc for 200V units
Resistance in Ohms (Ω)
Resistor peak power rating (kW)
Max time on or deceleration ramp time (s)
Time between braking (s)
Average power dissipated in the resistor
Peak Power Rating
The peak power handling ability of the resistor must
meet or exceed the following:
(V )2
Ppk = b
R
Model
SE2D200075
SE2D200110
SE2D200150
SE2D200220
SE23200400
SE23400075
SE23400110
SE23400150
SE23400220
SE23400300
SE23400400
SE33200550
SE33200750
SE33400550
SE33400750
SE43401100
SE43401500
SE43401850
SE53402200
SE53403000
SE53403700
Minimum
Resistance
Recommended
Value
Resistor Peak
Power Rating kW
50 Ω
50 Ω
50 Ω
40 Ω
30 Ω
100 Ω
100 Ω
100 Ω
75 Ω
75 Ω
75 Ω
12 Ω
12 Ω
39 Ω
39 Ω
24 Ω
24 Ω
24 Ω
10 Ω
10 Ω
10 Ω
100 Ω
100 Ω
75 Ω
50 Ω
30 Ω
200 Ω
200 Ω
200 Ω
100 Ω
100 Ω
100 Ω
15 Ω
15 Ω
50 Ω
50 Ω
40 Ω
30 Ω
23 Ω
20 Ω
12 Ω
12 Ω
1.8
1.8
2.4
3.5
5.9
3.4
3.4
3.4
6.9
6.9
6.9
11.8
11.8
13.8
13.8
17.2
23
28.7
34.5
57.5
57.5
Average Power Dissipation
The average power dissipated in the resistor for
intermittent operation is then simply the number of watts
dissipated per stop over the duty cycle. Where:
t P
Pav = d pk
td + toff
In order to use this formula for average power
dissipation, the brake resistor must be off long enough
for the temperature of the resistor to return to ambient
temperature between braking cycles. Also, the maximum
on time (or decel time) should not exceed the peak
capabilities of the power resistor. (Typically, a power
resistor has the capability of dissipating 10 times
continuously rated wattage for 5 to 10 seconds).
EMC Filters
Commander SE
●
EMC filters are available as optional extra parts where
required. Note that for compliance with EN61800-3 in
the first and second environment, a filter is required.
EMC
Electromagnetic Immunity complies with EN61800-3
and EN50082-2
● Electromagnetic Emissions complies with EN61800-3
(first and second environment) with EMC filter.
Complies with EN50081-1 (size 1) and EN50081-2
with EMC filter
●
EMC Filters
Part No.
4200-6101
4200-6102
4200-6103
4200-6204
4200-6201
4200-6205
4200-6304
4200-6202
4200-6207
4200-6303
4200-6203
4200-6209
4200-6303
4200-6302
4200-6304
4200-6301
4200-6402
4200-6401
4200-6404
4200-6403
4200-6116
4200-6117
4200-6106
Size
Mounting
Style
Drive
Filter Current
Rating
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
5
5
5
Low cost
Footprint
Low leakage
Low cost
Footprint
Low leakage
Low cost
Footprint
Low leakage
Low cost
Footprint
Low leakage
Bookend
Footprint
Bookend
Footprint
Bookend
Footprint
Low cost
Footprint
Bookend
Bookend
Bookend
SE1120 0025 to 0075
SE1120 0025 to 0075
SE1120 0025 to 0075
SE2D20 0075 to 0220
SE2D20 0075 to 0220
SE2D20 0075 to 0220
SE2D20 0075 to 0220
and
SE2340 0075 to 0400
SE2320 0400
SE2320 0400
SE2320 0400
SE3320 0550 to 0750
SE3320 0550 to 0750
SE3340 0550 to 0750
SE3340 0550 to 0750
SE4340 1100 to 1500
SE4340 1100 to 1500
12
12
12
26
26
26
16
16
16
26
26
26
30
30
18
18
33
33
SE4340 1850
37
SE5340 2200
SE5340 3000
SE5340 3700
50
63
100
15
Cables and Fuses
Cable & Fuse Recommendations
FUSES and CABLES
AC Supply Cables
Model
SE11200025
SE11200037
SE11200055
SE11200075
SE2D200075
SE2D200110
SE2D200150
SE2D200220
SE23200400
SE23400075
SE23400110
SE23400150
SE23400220
SE23400300
SE23400400
SE33200550
SE33200750
SE33400550
SE33400750
SE434001100
SE434001500
SE434001850
SE53402200
SE53403000
SE53403700
16
Motor Cables
mm2
AWG
mm2
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.5
16
16
16
14
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1ph
1.5
2.5
2.5
4.0
3ph
1.0
1.5
1.5
2.5
4.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.5
1.5
2.5
4.0
4.0
2.5
2.5
4
4
6
10
16
25
1ph
14
12
12
10
3ph
16
14
14
12
10
16
16
16
14
14
12
10
10
12
12
10
10
8
6
4
4
1ph
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.5
3ph
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.5
2.5
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.5
4.0
4.0
2.5
2.5
4
6
6
10
16
25
Control Cables
Braking Resistor Cables
AWG
mm2
AWG
mm2
AWG
16
16
16
16
≥0.5
≥0.5
≥0.5
≥0.5
20
20
20
20
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
≥0.5
≥0.5
≥0.5
≥0.5
20
20
20
20
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.5
16
16
16
14
≥0.5
≥0.5
≥0.5
≥0.5
≥0.5
≥0.5
≥0.5
≥0.5
≥0.5
≥0.5
≥0.5
≥0.5
≥0.5
≥0.5
≥0.5
≥0.5
≥0.5
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
2.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
12
14
14
14
14
14
14
10
10
12
12
8
8
8
6
4
4
1ph
16
16
16
14
3ph
16
16
16
14
12
16
16
16
16
16
14
10
10
12
12
10
8
8
6
4
4
4.0
4.0
2.5
2.5
6
6
6
10
16
25
Fuse
Ratings
A
6
10
16
16
1ph
16
20
25
32
3ph
10
16
16
20
32
10
10
10
16
16
20
30
30
16
20
32
40
40
60
70
80
Autotune/Additional Configurable Functions
The main advantage of carrying out a rotating autotune
Autotune
The Commander SE is capable of measuring the
over a non-rotating autotune is that the Drive calculates
motor's stator resistance (Rs) and magnetising
the correct power factor, rated torque current and
inductance (Lm). These values allow the drive to
magnetising current for the motor. This will give more
establish a mathematical model of the motor's electrical
accurate slip compensation (if enabled).
circuit for use in open loop vector control. The
magnetising inductance is measured upon command
Additional Configurable Functions
Additional Configurable Functions are only available
through a bit parameter, and is only performed when
instructed to. The Commander SE may be configured to
when using the Level 3 advanced functions accessible
measure the stator resistance automatically every time
via SESoft or Universal Keypad. For full details see
the drive is enabled or powered up.
Advanced User Guide
Acceleration and Deceleration
Ramp Selection
Motor Equivalent Circuit
Ls
Rs
RR
There are eight acceleration rates and eight
LM
LR
deceleration rates which are selectable by logic inputs. The
rates are operational in the forward and reverse directions.
Hysteresis Band
Non-rotating autotune
The Drive measures the stator resistance and voltage
offset. After this autotune has been carried out, the
Threshold Value
|Signal to be Compared|
Output = 1 if Signal >Threshold
Output = 0 if Signal < Threshold
motor will run as requested.
Threshold Setting
Rotating autotune
The Drive will always carry out a rotating autotune on the
1
Signal to be Checked
motor in the forward direction of motor rotation even if
the Run Reverse command is given to start the autotune
0
routine. The motor must be unloaded for this test.
In addition to measuring the stator resistance and voltage
Comparator Output
Programmable Threshold
offset, the Drive measures the total leakage inductance.
The drive software supports one software
The motor is accelerated up to 2/3 x rated speed in the
controllable 'numerical comparator'. This comparator
forward direction to measure the rated magnetising
can be used to detect when an internal or external
current. The speed will be less if insufficient DC bus
signal exceeds a user set point threshold. This
voltage is available to operate at 2/3 x rated speed
threshold comparator provides a hysteresis band to
without field weakening. After this autotune has been
prevent erratic operation at or near the threshold point.
carried out, the Run Forward/Reverse terminal will need
to be opened and then closed to allow the motor to run
as requested. The stator resistance and voltage offset are
stored in their respective parameters. The rated
magnetising current and leakage inductance are used to
Application:
●
Release External Brake when Torque > 50%
●
Turn on Motor Fan when Speed < 20%
set up the motor rated power factor (parameter 09).
17
Additional Configurable Functions
S-Ramp
Dual Motor Setup
The acceleration and deceleration ramps can be
Commander SE has 2 separate motor maps
configured as S-ramps. This function provides
allowing individual control of 2 motors with differing
smoother starting and stopping for sensitive loads.
nameplate characteristics from one drive. An internal
The user can adjust the maximum rate of change of
parameter is set up to be switched via a digital input to
acceleration (time squared), which in effect defines the
select motor 2 parameters. Only 1 motor can be run at
curvature of the S-ramp.
any one time.
Demand
Speed
SP
COMMANDER SE
Actual
Speed
Rate of
Acceleration
Change
S-Curve
Linear
1500
Supply
connections
Motor cables
S-Curve
Contactors
Contactors
Preset Speed
The Commander SE has eight preset speeds
which can be selected by terminal inputs.
Logic Input
A
B
C
Selected Preset
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
DC Bus Parallelling
Commander SE sizes 2, 3, 4 and 5 can be DC bus
paralleled and supplied from a DC source. Simply
connect using the +DC -DC terminals on the drive.
Please note, the drives to be connected on a parallel
DC bus must be of the same voltage rating.
COMMANDER SE
COMMANDER SE
COMMANDER SE
+
18
600V
DC
-
+DC -DC
+DC -DC
+DC -DC
Additional Configurable Functions
Assignable I/O
Analogue Input Modes
Commander SE has inputs and outputs which are
There are multiple analogue signal input
possibilities. Commander SE has 2 analogue inputs.
user assignable, the user defines which I/O points
Analogue input 1 is a unipolar voltage input having a
operate with which functions. For example, digital input
range of 0 to +10V. Analogue input 2 is a current input.
1 could be defined as a preset speed or a drive reset.
There are several choices for signal type and two
This capability provides optimum usage and maximum
choices for how the drive handles a signal loss.
flexibility of Commander SE's I/O and it applies to
analogue as well as digital I/O.
Analogue
Mode
0
1
2
3
4
5
Signal
Type
0-20mA
20-0mA
4-20mA
20-4mA
4-.20mA
20-.4mA
Action Upon
Signal Loss
N/A
N/A
Trip on Loss
Trip on Loss
No Trip on Loss
No Trip on Loss
I/O Type
Analogue In
Analogue Out
Digital In
Digital In or Out
Quantity
2
1
5
1
Function
1 Voltage, 1 Current
Assignable
Assignable
Assignable
Sequence Logic Control Modes
The drive can be set up to use run forward and run
Power Cost and Consumption
Calculator
reverse terminals, or run and forward/reverse
Commander SE can calculate the instantaneous
cost per hour to operate the drive based on the
terminals. In addition both set ups can be either
latching or non latching.
current power consumption rate and the electricity
cost per kWatt hour. The electricity cost can be scaled
to any currency so that the cost is calculated
according to that currency. Additionally, there is a
power meter which measures consumed power in
MWhrs and kWhrs.
Parameter
6.26
6.25
6.24
Units
Currency/Hour
kWhrs
MWhrs
Range
0-32000
0.00-99.99
0.00-999.9
Run Time Log:
Years, Days, Hours, Minutes
Commander SE keeps a running log of it's total
operating time. This data is useful for maintenance
purposes and allows the user to easily identify run time
down to the minute.
Parameter
Units
Range
6.22
6.23
Years/Days
Hours/Minutes
0-9.364
0-23.59
19
Pre-Installation
Drives
ensure minimum
clearances
are respected
≥ 20mm
≥ 100mm
≥ 10mm
(0.78in)
(4in)
(0.39in)
Controller for
the drive
Locate as required
COMMANDER SE
Enclosure
COMMANDER SE
Signal cables
plan for all signal
cables to be routed
at least 300mm
(12in) distant from
any power cable
≥ 100mm
(4in)
Power Cables
Alternative location
of fuses, MCB’s or
MCCB’s.
Locate as required
AC supply isolator,
contractor, and
fuses, MCB’s or MCCB’s.
Locate as required
Power Dissipation
Model
20
Nominal Power
rating
M
Supply
Volts
±10%
Maximum total power
dissipation
SE11200025
SE11200037
SE11200055
SE11200075
SE2D200075
SE2D200110
SE2D200150
SE2D200220
kW
0.25
0.37
0.55
0.75
0.75
1.1
1.5
2.2
hp
0.33
0.5
0.75
1
1
1.5
2
3
200-240
200-240
200-240
200-240
200-240
200-240
200-240
200-240
3kHz
17 W
22W
34 W
50 W
48W
63W
82W
114W
6kHz
18 W
24 W
37 W
56 W
54W
69W
88W
125W
12kHz
20 W
27 W
42W
63 W
62W
80W
103W
146W
SE23200400
SE23400075
SE23400110
SE23400150
SE23400220
SE23400300
SE23400400
SE33200550
SE33200750
SE33400550
SE33400750
SE43401100
SE43401500
SE43401850
SE53402200
SE53403000
SE53403700
4.0
0.75
1.1
1.5
2.2
3.0
4.0
5.5
7.5
5.5
7.5
11.0
15.0
18.5
22.0
30.0
37.0
5
1
1.5
2
3
4
5
7.5
10
7.5
10
15
20
25
30
40
50
200-240
380-480
380-480
380-480
380-480
380-480
380-480
200-240
200-240
380-480
380-480
380-480
380-480
380-480
380-480
380-480
380-480
156W
35W
44W
61W
77W
95W
126W
210W
280W
130W
215W
280W
345W
545W
730W
950W
1090W
174W
43W
57W
77W
97W
122W
158W
230W
305W
190W
270W
400W
495W
660W
870W
1130W
1325W
206W
63W
79W
105W
130W
159W
192W
265W
335W
295W
385W
570W
700W
885W
1145W
1485W
1800W
M
Pre-Installation
Enclosure Guidelines
Insert the following values:
Ti = 40°C
Heat Dissipation in a sealed enclosure
If possible, locate heat-generating equipment in
the lower part of the enclosure to encourage internal
convection. Otherwise, use a taller enclosure or install
Tamb = 30°C
K = 5.5 (typical for painted 2mm/.079in sheet steel)
P = 97W at 6kHz (see page 20)
Note:
It is essential to include any other heat sources in
stirrer fans.
the value of P.
The enclosure must be of adequate size to maintain
sufficient cooling of the drive when it is installed inside a
sealed enclosure. Heat generated by all the equipment in
the enclosure must be taken into account. To calculate
The minimum required heat conducting area is then:
97
Ae =
= 1.76m2
5.5(40 - 30)
the minimum acceptable size of an enclosure, use the
Estimate two of the enclosure dimensions -
following procedure:
the height (H) and depth (D), for instance.
Calculate the minimum required surface area Ae for the
Calculate the width (W) from:
enclosure from:
Ae =
Ae - 2HD
W =
P
H+D
K(Ti - Tamb)
Inserting H = D = 0.5m, obtain the minimum width:
Where:
Ae
Unobstructed heat-conducting
1.76 - (2 x 0.5 x 0.5)
W =
0.5 + 0.5
area in m .
2
K
Heat transmission coefficient of
the enclosure material.
Ti
Maximum permissible internal
operating temperature in °C.
Tamb
Maximum ambient temperature
in °C external to the enclosure.
P
Power in watts dissipated by all
heat sources in the enclosure.
Example:
To calculate the size of an enclosure for model
SE23400220 (2.2kW @ 6kHz).
The following conditions are assumed:
The Drive is surface-mounted inside the enclosure.
Heat Dissipation in a ventilated enclosure
If a high ingress protection rating is not required,
the enclosure may be smaller. A ventilating fan can be
used to exchange air between the inside and outside
of the enclosure.
To calculate the volume of ventilating air, use the
following equation:
3.1P
F =
Ti - Tamb
Where F = Air-flow in cubic metres per hour.
Example:
Only the top, front, and two sides of the enclosure
P = 97W
are free to dissipate heat.
Ti = 40°C
The enclosure is made from painted 2mm (.079in)
= 1.26m
Tamb = 30°C
sheet steel.
Then:
Maximum external air temperature: 30°C (86°F).
F =
3.1 x 97
40 - 30
= 30m3 / hr
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AUSTRALIA
Melbourne Application Centre
A.C.N. 003 815 281
Tel: 61 973 81777
Fax: 61 9729 3200
After Hours: 61 2 9963 5271
Sydney Drive Centre
A.C.N. 003 815 281
Tel: 61 2 9838 7222
Fax: 61 2 9838 7764
After Hours: 61 2 9963 5271
INDIA
Bombay Application Centre
Tel: 91 20 613 1954
Fax: 91 20 612 3771
FINLAND
Helsinki Drive Centre
Tel: 358 985 2661
Fax: 358 985 26823
After Hours: 358 500 423271
AUSTRIA
Linz Drive Centre
Tel: 43 7229 789480
Fax: 43 7229 7894810
After Hours: 43 7215 3502
FRANCE
Leroy Somer
Angouleme Drive Centre
Tel: 33 5 4564 5454
Fax: 33 5 4564 5400
BELGIUM
Brussels Drive Centre
Tel: 32 2725 2721
Fax: 32 2725 4940
GERMANY
Bonn Drive Centre
Tel: 49 2242 8770
Fax: 49 2242 877277
After Hours: 49 1714 964777
CANADA
Toronto Drive Centre
Tel: 1 905 201 4699
Fax: 1 905 201 4694
CHINA
Shanghai Drive Centre
Tel: 86 21 5426 0668
Fax: 86 21 5426 0669
Beijing Application Centre
Tel: 86 10 6592 5321 ext 20
Fax: 86 10 6500 3094
CZECH REPUBLIC
Brno Drive Centre
Tel: 420 541 192111
Fax: 420 541 192115
After Hours: 420 541 192 119
DENMARK
Copenhagen Drive Centre
Tel: 45 4369 6100
Fax: 45 4369 6101
After Hours: 45 4369 6100
Chemnitz Drive Centre
Tel: 49 3722 52030
Fax: 49 3722 520330
After Hours: 49 1714 964777
Darmstadt Drive Centre
Tel: 49 6251 17700
Fax: 49 6251 177098
After Hours: 49 1714 964777
Stuttgart Drive Centre
Tel: 49 7156 95560
Fax: 49 7156 955698
After Hours: 49 1714 964777
HOLLAND
Rotterdam Drive Centre
Tel: 31 1844 20555
Fax: 31 1844 20721
After Hours: 31 1844 20555
HONG KONG
Hong Kong Application Centre
Tel: 852 2979 5271
Fax: 852 2979 5220
HUNGARY
Budapest Drive Centre
Tel: 361 431 1160
Fax: 361 260 5483
After Hours: 36 309 77 2663
Drive & Application Centres
Distributors
NORWAY
Oslo Application Centre
Tel: 47 32 235100
Fax: 47 32 235101
After Hours: 47 92 22 3292
Calcutta Application Centre
Tel: 91 33 357 5302/357 5306
Fax: 91 33 357 3435
After Hours: 91 33 358 3622
REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA
Johannesburg Drive Centre
Tel: 27 11 462 1740
Fax: 27 11 462 1941
After Hours: 27 11 462 1740
Madras Drive Centre
Tel: 91 44 4961123/4961130/4961083
Fax: 91 44 4961602
After Hours: 91 44 496 1083
RUSSIA
Moscow Application Centre
Tel: 7 095 232 9472
Fax: 7 095 956 4862
New Delhi Application Centre
Tel: 91 11 576 4782
Fax: 91 11 576 4782
SINGAPORE
Singapore Drive Centre
Tel: 65 271 6377
Fax: 65 272 1302
After Hours: 65 9752 5828
INDONESIA
Jakarta Drive Centre
Tel: 62 21 4525146
Fax: 62 21 4525142
After Hours: 62 81 687 0443
Surabaya Application Centre
Tel: 62 31 7347881/7347882
Fax: 62 31 7347883
After Hours: 62 81 687 0443
IRELAND
Dublin Drive Centre
Tel: 353 45 433044
Fax: 353 45 433622
ITALY
Milan Drive Centre
Tel: 39 02575 751
Fax: 39 02575 12858
After Hours: 39 02575 751
Vicenza Drive Centre
Tel: 39 0444 396200
Fax: 39 0444 341317
KOREA
Seoul Application Centre
Tel: 82 2 557 7374
Fax: 82 2 557 7301
After Hours: 82 2 557 7374
MALAYSIA
Kuala Lumpur Drive Centre
Tel: 60 5634 9776
Fax: 60 5633 9592
After Hours: 60 12 333 8355
SPAIN
Barcelona Drive Centre
Tel: 34 93 680 1661
Fax: 34 93 680 0903
/34 93 680 2823
After Hours: 34 610 554540
Bilbao Application Centre
Tel: 34 94 620 3646
Fax: 34 94 681 1406
THAILAND
Bangkok Drive Centre
Tel: 66 2580 7644
Fax: 66 2591 4559
A/Hours Sales: 66 1443 4095
A/Hours Service: 66 1443 4098
TURKEY
Istanbul Drive Centre
Tel: 90 216 4182420
Fax: 90 216 4182423
After Hours: 90 216 418 2420
UNITED KINGDOM
Telford Drive Centre
Tel: 44 1952 213700
Fax: 44 1952 213701
After Hours: 44 1952 213700
USA
Charlotte Application Centre
Tel: 1 704 393 3366
Fax: 1 704 393 0900
After Hours: 1 800 893 2321
Chicago Drive Centre
Tel: 1 630 893 5249
Fax: 1 630 893 4156
After Hours: 1 800 893 2321
Valencia Drive Centre
Tel: 34 96 154 2900
Fax: 34 96 153 2906
Cleveland Drive Centre
Tel: 1 440 717 0123
Fax: 1 440 717 0133
After Hours: 1 800 893 2321
SWEDEN
Stockholm Application Centre
Tel: 46 8 554 24100
Fax: 46 8 554 24120
Minneapolis Application Centre
Tel: 1 952 995 8000
Fax: 1 952 995 8020
After Hours: 1 800 893 2321
SWITZERLAND
Lausanne Application Centre
Tel: 41 21 637 7070
Fax: 41 21 637 7071
Providence Drive Centre
Tel: 1 401 333 3331
Fax: 1 401 333 6330
After Hours: 1 800 893 2321
Zurich Drive Centre
Tel: 41 56 201 4242
Fax: 41 56 201 4243
After Hours: 41 79 357 8683
VIETNAM
Ho Chi Minh Application Centre
Tel: 84 8 842 5157
/84 8 849 1980
Fax: 84 8 8425157
TAIWAN
Taipei Application Centre
Tel: 886 22325 9555
Fax: 886 22705 9131
© Control Techniques 1999. The information contained in this brochure is for guidance only and does not form part of any contract. The accuracy cannot be guaranteed as Control Techniques have an ongoing
process of development and reserve the right to change the specification of their products without notice.
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