Installation Instructions
PowerFlex 700S and 700H Frames 10...14 IP00, NEMA/UL
Open Power Structures
This document provides instructions for the installation of PowerFlex® 700S and
700H frames 10…14, IP00, NEMA/UL Type Open power structures in a
customer supplied enclosure(s).
Topic
Page
Additional Resources
2
Introduction
2
General Precautions
4
Product Handling
5
Required Steps
5
Enclosure Requirements
9
AC Choke Installation
17
Power Structure Installation
18
Internal Power Wiring
21
Control Frame Installation
32
PowerFlex 700H Control Connections
34
PowerFlex 700S Control Connections
40
du/dt Filter Installation
48
Output Power Wiring
49
Other Component Installation
52
Component Dimensions
53
PowerFlex 700S and 700H Frames 10...14 IP00, NEMA/UL Open Power Structures
Additional Resources
These documents contain additional information concerning related products
from Rockwell Automation.
Resource
Description
Industrial Automation Wiring and Grounding
Guidelines, publication 1770-4.1
Provides general guidelines for installing an Allen-Bradley®
industrial automation system that may include
programmable controllers, industrial computers, operatorinterface terminals, display devices, and communication
networks.
Preventive Maintenance of Industrial Control and
Drive System Equipment, publication DRIVES-TD001A
Provides a checklist as a guide in performing preventive
maintenance on industrial control and drive system
equipment.
Safety Guidelines for the Application, Installation,
and Maintenance of Solid State Control, publication
SGI-1.1
Provides general guidelines for the application, installation,
and maintenance of solid state control in the form of
individual devices or packaged assemblies incorporating solid
state components.
Guarding Against Electrostatic Damage, publication
8000-4.5.2
This document explains the causes of ESD, and how you can
guard against its effects.
Wiring and Grounding Guidelines for Pulse Width
Modulated AC Drives, publication DRIVES-IN001
Provides basic information needed to properly wire and
ground Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) AC drives.
PowerFlex 700S and 700H, Frames 9…14, AC Drives
Installation Instructions, publication PFLEX-IN006
Provides instructions for the mechanical installation and for
connecting incoming power, the motor, and basic I/O to
enclosed Frame 9…14 PowerFlex 700S and 700S adjustable
frequency AC drives.
PowerFlex 700H AC Drives Programming Manual,
publication 20C-PM001
Provides information needed to start-up, program, and
troubleshoot the PowerFlex 700H AC drive.
PowerFlex 700S AC Drives Programming Manual,
publication 20D-PM001
Provides information needed to start-up, program and
troubleshoot the PowerFlex 700S Phase II AC drive.
PowerFlex 700S Drives with Phase II Control Reference
Manual, publication PFLEX-RM003
Provides detailed PowerFlex 700S drives with Phase II control
functions and application programming examples.
Product Certifications website, http://www.ab.com
Provides declarations of conformity, certificates, and other
certification details.
You can view or download publications at http://
www.rockwellautomation.com/literature/. To order paper copies of technical
documentation, contact your local Allen-Bradley distributor or Rockwell
Automation sales representative.
Introduction
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A power structure can contain a Non-Regenerative Front-End (NFE) converter
module(s) and inverter modules or only NFE converter modules or inverter
modules. The power structures can be installed in any enclosure that meets the
requirements specified in this manual. Throughout this manual, the Rittal TS8 is
used as an example enclosure. Some items shown in a Rittal enclosure are nonstandard components and will require fabrication. Frames 10…14 can use the
components listed in Table 1 and Table 2 on page 3:
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Table 1 - 400/480V AC Input and 540/650V DC Input Drive Components
480V AC Input (20xD)(3)
650 DC Input (20xJ)
ND HP
HD HP
400V AC Input (20xC)(3)
540V DC Input (20xH)
ND kW
HD kW
20xy385N
20xy460N
20xy500N
20xy590N
20xy650N
20xy730N
20xy820N
20xy920N
20xy1K0N
20xy1K1N
20xy1K3N
20xy1K4N
20xy1K7N
20xy2K1N
20xy2K7N
300
350
450
500
500
600
700
800
900
1000
1200
1250
1500
1900
2300
200
250
250
315
355
400
450
500
560
630
710
800
1000
1200
1600
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
385 (300)
460 (385)
500 (420)
590 (520)
650 (590)
730 (650)
820 (730)
920 (820)
1030 (920)
1150 (1030)
1300 (1150)
1450 (1200)
1770 (1600)
2150 (1940)
2700 (2300)
250
300
350
450
500
500
600
700
800
900
1000
1000
1400
1700
2000
160
200
250
250
315
355
400
450
500
560
630
710
900
1100
1300
Quantity
Frame
Drive
Output
Catalog
Amps (2)
(1)
Number
10
10
10
11
11
11
12
12
12
13
13
13
14
14
14
Power
Structure
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
4
4
4
Choke
NFE
Converter(4)
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
4
4
6
Inverter Choke(4) Catalog
Number
2
1
CHK0520
2
1
CHK0520
2
1
CHK0520
3
2
CHK0400
3
2
CHK0400
3
2
CHK0400
4
2
CHK0520
4
2
CHK0520
4
2
CHK0520
3
2
CHK0650
3
3
CHK0520
3
3
CHK0520
6
4
CHK0520
6
4
CHK0650
6
6
CHK0650
Control
Frame
Width (5)
Taps
mm (in.)
1-2
1-2
1-2
1-2
1-2
1-2
1-2
1-2
1-2
1-2
1-2
1-2
1-2
1-2
1-2
600 (23.6)
600 (23.6)
600 (23.6)
800 (31.5)
800 (31.5)
800 (31.5)
600 (23.6)
600 (23.6)
600 (23.6)
600 (23.6)
800 (31.5)
800 (31.5)
600 (23.6)
600 (23.6)
800 (31.5)
Refer to rating columns for catalog number explanation.
These drives have dual current ratings; one for normal duty applications, and one for heavy duty (in parenthesis). The drive may be operated at either rating.
x = “D” for PowerFlex 700S and “C” for PowerFlex 700H.
AC input drives only.
Control frame width accommodates Rittal TS8 enclosure width.
Table 2 - 600/690V AC Input and 810/932V DC Input Drive Components
600V AC Input (20xE)(3)
810V DC Input (20xK)
ND HP
HD HP
690V AC Input (20xF)(3)
932V DC Input (20xM)
ND kW
HD kW
20xy261N
20xy325N
20xy385N
20xy416N
20xy460N
20xy502N
20xy590N
20xy650N
20xy750N
20xy820N
20xy920N
20xy1K0N
20xy1K1N
20xy1K5N
20xy1K9N
20xy2K2N
250
350
400
450
450
500
600
700
800
900
1000
1100
1300
1600
2000
2400
250
315
355
400
450
500
560
630
710
800
900
1000
1100
1500
1800
2000
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
261 (208)
325 (261)
385 (325)
416 (325)
460 (385)
502 (460)
590 (502)
650 (590)
750 (650)
820 (750)
920 (820)
1030 (920)
1180 (1030)
1500 (1300)
1900 (1500)
2250 (1900)
200
250
350
350
400
450
500
650
700
700
900
1000
1100
1400
1600
2000
200
250
315
315
355
450
500
560
630
630
800
900
1000
1300
1500
1800
Quantity
Frame
Drive
Output
Catalog
Amps (2)
(1)
Number
10
10
10
10
11
11
11
12
12
12
13
13
13
14
14
14
Power
Structure
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
4
4
Choke
NFE
Converter(4)
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
4
4
Inverter Choke(4) Catalog
Number
2
1
CHK0261
2
1
CHK0400
2
1
CHK0400
2
1
CHK0400
3
1
CHK0520
3
1
CHK0520
3
2
CHK0400
4
2
CHK0400
4
2
CHK0400
4
2
CHK0400
3
2
CHK0520
3
2
CHK0520
3
2
CHK0650
6
3
CHK0520
6
4
CHK0520
6
4
CHK0650
Control
Frame
Width (5)
Taps
mm (in.)
1-3
1-3
1-3
1-3
1-3
1-3
1-3
1-3
1-3
1-3
1-3
1-3
1-3
1-3
1-3
1-3
600 (23.6)
600 (23.6)
600 (23.6)
600 (23.6)
800 (31.5)
800 (31.5)
800 (31.5)
600 (23.6)
600 (23.6)
600 (23.6)
600 (23.6)
600 (23.6)
600 (23.6)
800 (31.5)
600 (23.6)
600 (23.6)
Refer to rating columns for catalog number explanation.
These drives have dual current ratings; one for normal duty applications, and one for heavy duty (in parenthesis). The drive may be operated at either rating.
x = “D” for PowerFlex 700S and “C” for PowerFlex 700H.
AC input drives only.
Control frame width accommodates Rittal TS8 enclosure width.
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General Precautions
ATTENTION: To avoid an electric shock hazard, ensure that all power has been
removed before proceeding. In addition, before servicing, verify that the voltage
on the bus capacitors has discharged. Check the DC bus voltage at the Power
Terminal Block by measuring between the +DC and -DC terminals, between the
+DC terminal and the chassis, and between the -DC terminal and the chassis.
The voltage must be zero for all three measurements.
ATTENTION: The following information is merely a guide for proper installation.
Rockwell Automation, Inc. cannot assume responsibility for the compliance or
the noncompliance to any code, national, local or otherwise for the proper
installation of this drive or associated equipment. A hazard of personal injury
and/or equipment damage exists if codes are ignored.
ATTENTION: An incorrectly applied or installed drive/power structure can result
in component damage or a reduction in product life. Wiring or application errors,
such as, undersizing the motor, incorrect or inadequate AC supply, or excessive
ambient temperatures may result in malfunction of the system.
ATTENTION: Only qualified personnel familiar with adjustable frequency AC
drives and associated machinery should plan or implement the installation,
start-up and subsequent maintenance of the system. Failure to comply may
result in personal injury and/or equipment damage.
ATTENTION: HOT surfaces can cause severe burns. Do not touch the heatsink
surface during operation of the drive. After disconnecting power allow time for
cooling.
ATTENTION: Hazard of permanent eye damage exists when using optical
transmission equipment. This product emits intense light and invisible radiation.
Do not look into fiber-optic ports or fiber-optic cable connectors.
ATTENTION: This drive contains ESD (Electrostatic Discharge) sensitive parts
and assemblies. Static control precautions are required when installing, testing,
servicing or repairing this assembly. Component damage may result if ESD
control procedures are not followed. If you are not familiar with static control
procedures, reference A-B publication 8000-4.5.2, “Guarding Against
Electrostatic Damage” or any other applicable ESD protection handbook.
ATTENTION: The sheet metal cover and mounting screws on the ASIC Board
located on the power structure are energized at (-) DC bus potential high
voltage. Risk of electrical shock, injury, or death exists if someone comes in
contact with the assembly.
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Required Steps
Installing the power structure(s) in an enclosure involves the following major
steps:
1. Select and prepare the enclosure(s)
2. Install the AC choke(s) - AC input drives only
3. Install and ground the power structure(s)
4. Connect the internal power cables
5. Install the control frame
6. Connect the control wiring
7. Install the du/dt filter(s) - frame 14 drives only (if ordered)
8. Install any options
Product Handling
Standard Components (see illustrations below)
• Power Structure(s) - NFE converters and inverters (see Table 1 and Table 2
on page 3 for the number of power structures provided with each frame
size)
• AC choke(s) - AC input drives only
• du/dt filter(s) - for frame 14 only (if ordered)
• Control frame with HIM assembly
• Control Cable Set - includes fiber optic cables and 24V connecting cable
(connects power structure and the control frame).
Standard length of 2.3 m (7.5 ft)
• Frames 12 and 14 include a fiber optic cable set for internal control
connections between power structures
IMPORTANT
Power Structure
AC Choke
All power cables, busbars, enclosures, enclosure options and mounting
hardware are customer supplied.
du/dt Filter
Control Frame w/HIM Assembly
Control Cables
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Power Structure Weights and Lifting Instructions
Use the weights listed in the tables below and the Lifting Instructions on page 8
when lifting the power structures.
ATTENTION: To guard against possible personal injury and/or equipment
damage...
• Remove any wiring access covers at the top of the drive.
• Do Not allow any part of the drive or lifting mechanism to make contact with
electrically charged conductors or components.
• At no time should a person or their limbs be directly underneath the items
being lifted.
• Do not subject the load to high rates of acceleration or deceleration.
• Inspect all lifting hardware for proper attachment before lifting drive unit.
Table 3 - Frames 10…12 Approximate Weights
Frame Drive
Drive
Size
Voltage Rated
Class
Amps
10
400
600
11
400
600
12
400
600
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
6
385
460
500
261
325
385
416
590
650
730
460
502
590
820
920
1030
650
750
820
Power Structure Weight AC Choke Weight
kg (lb)
120 (265)
120 (265)
120 (265)
120 (265)
120 (265)
120 (265)
120 (265)
210 (463)
210 (463)
210 (463)
210 (463)
210 (463)
210 (463)
120 (265)(1)
120 (265)(1)
120 (265)(1)
120 (265)(1)
120 (265)(1)
120 (265)(1)
kg (lb)
115 (254)
115 (254)
115 (254)
53 (117)
84 (185)
84 (185)
84 (185)
84 (185)(2)
84 (185)(2)
84 (185)(2)
115 (254)
115 (254)
115 (254)(2)
115 (254)(3)
115 (254)(3)
115 (254)(3)
84 (185)(3)
84 (185)(3)
84 (185)(3)
Two power structures are required per frame 12 drive.
Two AC chokes are required for this frame 11 AC drive.
Two AC chokes are required per frame 12 AC drive.
DC input drive and packaging weight is equal to the weight of the power structure(s).
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AC Input Drive and
Packaging Weight (4)
kg (lb)
235 (519)
235 (519)
235 (519)
173 (382)
204 (450)
204 (450)
204 (450)
378 (833)
378 (833)
378 (833)
325 (717)
325 (717)
440 (970)
350 (772)
350 (772)
350 (772)
288 (635)
288 (635)
288 (635)
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Table 4 - Frame 13 Approximate Weights
Drive
Voltage
Class
400
600
Drive Rated Inverter Unit
Amps
kg (lb)
AC Choke
kg (lb)
NFE Converter Unit
kg (lb)
1150
1300
1450
920
1030
1180
130 (287)(1)
115 (254)(2)
115 (254)(2)
130 (287)(1)
130 (287)(1)
130 (287)(1)
67 (148)(1)
67 (148)(2)
67 (148)(2)
67 (148)(1)
67 (148)(1)
67 (148)(1)
306 (675)
306 (675)
306 (675)
306 (675)
306 (675)
306 (675)
(1) Two AC chokes and NFE (Non-Regenerative Front-End) modules are required for this frame 13 AC drive.
(2) Three AC chokes and NFE modules are required for this frame 13 AC drive.
Table 5 - Frame 14 Approximate Weights
Drive
Voltage
Class
400
600
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Drive
Rated
Amps
1770
2150
2700
1500
1900
2250
Inverter Unit
kg (lb)
AC Choke
kg (lb)
NFE Converter Unit
kg (lb)
du/dt Filter (4)
kg (lb)
306 (675)
306 (675)
306 (675)
306 (675)
306 (675)
306 (675)
115 (254)(1)
130 (287)(1)
115 (254)(2)
115 (254)(3)
115 (254)(1)
130 (287)(1)
67 (148)(1)
67 (148)(1)
67 (148)(2)
67 (148)(3)
67 (148)(1)
67 (148)(1)
160 (353)
160 (353)
160 (353)
120 (265)
160 (353)
160 (353)
Four AC chokes and NFE modules are required for this frame 14 AC drive.
Six AC chokes and NFE modules are required for this frame 14 AC drive.
Three AC chokes and NFE modules are required for this frame 14 AC drive.
Two du/dt filters are required per frame 14 AC drive.
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Lifting Instructions
A All Size Drives
B All Size Drives
B Frame 14 Drives Only
AC Choke
du/dt Filters
Important: Frame 10…12 power structures can
temporarily rest on the cooling fan assembly, but
shocks and non-vertical forces may cause damage to
the fans.
C Frame 10, 11 and 12 Size Drives
C Frame 13 and 14 Size Drives
Frame 10 shown
D Frame 10, 11 and 12 Size Drives
D Frame 13 and 14 Size Drives
Max. 45°
Angle
Fasten the module
symmetrically in at
least two (2) holes.
Fasten the module symmetrically in at
least two (2) holes.
Max. 45° Angle
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Enclosure Requirements
The following enclosure specifications must be met for proper installation.
Table 6 - Frames 10…12
Specification
Frame 10
Width
Depth
600 mm (23.6 in.) Minimum 800 mm (31.5 in.) Minimum 1200 mm (47.2 in.) Minimum
Minimum 600 mm (23.6 in.) or a minimum of 490 mm (19.3 in.) if the control frame is
installed in a position other than the front of the power structure.
Minimum 1800 mm (70.9 in.) if the AC choke is installed beneath the power structure,
otherwise a minimum of 1500 mm (59.1 in.).
Enclosure must be able to support the total equipment weight stated if the power structure
and AC choke are installed in the same enclosure. Refer to the PowerFlex 700H and 700S AC
Drive, Frames 9…14 Installation Instructions, publication PFLEX-IN006, for component
weights.
According to EN60439-1
See Airflow and Ventilation Requirements on page 13.
Height
Weight
Construction
Ventilation
Frame 11
Frame 12
Table 7 - Frame 13
Specification
Frame 13 (1)
2 NFE Converters
Width
Enclosure A:
Enclosures A and B:
Enclosure A:
600 mm (23.6 in.) min
800 mm (31.5 in.) min
800 mm (31.5 in.) min
Enclosure B:
800 mm (31.5 in.) min
Minimum 600 mm (23.6 in.) is required to accommodate the depth of the inverter units.
2200 mm (86.6 in.)
Enclosure must be able to support the total equipment weight stated if the power structure and AC
choke are installed in the same enclosure. Refer to the PowerFlex 700H and 700S AC Drive, Frames
9…14 Installation Instructions, publication PFLEX-IN006, for component weights.
According to EN60439-1
See Airflow and Ventilation Requirements on page 13.
Depth
Height
Weight
Construction
Ventilation
3 NFE Converters
DC Input
(1) Refer to Frame 13 and 14 Component/Enclosure Configurations on page 11 for more information.
Table 8 - Frame 14
Specification Frame 14 (1)
3 NFE Converters
4 NFE Converters
6 NFE Converters
DC Input
Width
Enclosures A, B and C: Enclosures A and D:
Enclosures A, B, C, and D: Enclosures A and B:
800 mm (31.5 in.) Min. 600 mm (23.6 in.) Min. 800 mm (31.5 in.) Min. 800 mm (31.5 in.) Min.
Enclosure B and C:
800 mm (31.5 in.) Min.
Depth
Minimum 600 mm (23.6 in.) is required to accommodate the depth of the inverter units.
Height
2200 mm (86.6 in.)
Weight
Enclosure must be able to support the total equipment weight stated if the power structure and AC
choke are installed in the same enclosure. Refer to the PowerFlex 700H and 700S AC Drive, Frames
9…14 Installation Instructions, publication PFLEX-IN006, for component weights.
Construction According to EN60439-1
Ventilation
See Airflow and Ventilation Requirements on page 13.
(1) Refer to Frame 13 and 14 Component/Enclosure Configurations on page 11 for more information.
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Frame 10…12 Component/Enclosure Configurations
The figures below are examples of typical installations based on the number of
components installed for a Frame 10…12 drive.
B AC Choke
A NFE Converter(s) and Inverter(s)
Figure 1 - Frame 10…12 Enclosure Configuration Examples
Frame 10
Frame 11
600
(23.6)
800
(31.5)
600
(23.6)
600
(23.6)
A
A
A
A
DANGER
DANGER
DC BUS CONDUCTORS AND CAPACITORS
OPERATE AT HIGH VOLTAGE. REMOVE POWER
AND WAIT 5 MINUTES BEFORE SERVICING
DC BUS CONDUCTORS AND CAPACITORS
OPERATE AT HIGH VOLTAGE. REMOVE POWER
AND WAIT 5 MINUTES BEFORE SERVICING
B
10
Frame 12
B
B
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B
DANGER
DC BUS CONDUCTORS AND CAPACITORS
OPERATE AT HIGH VOLTAGE. REMOVE POWER
AND WAIT 5 MINUTES BEFORE SERVICING
B
Dimensions are
in mm and (in.)
PowerFlex 700S and 700H Frames 10...14 IP00, NEMA/UL Open Power Structures
Frame 13 and 14 Component/Enclosure Configurations
Frame 13 and 14 power structures are comprised of multiple NFE converters,
inverters, AC chokes and du/dt filters (frame 14 only). Therefore several
enclosures are required for proper installation. The figures below are examples of
typical installations based on the number of components installed for a drive.
B AC Choke
A NFE Converter
C Inverter
D du/dt Filter
Figure 2 - Frame 13 with Two NFE Converters
600
(23.6)
A
A
800
(31.5)
C C
Dimensions are in mm and (in.).
C
B B
Figure 3 - Frame 13 with Three NFE Converters
800
(31.5)
800
(31.5)
A A
A
B
B
B
C
Dimensions are in mm and (in.).
C C
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Figure 4 - Frame 14 with Three NFE Converters
800
(31.5)
800
(31.5)
A A
A
B
B
B
C
800
(31.5)
C C
C
D
Dimensions are in mm and (in.).
C C
D
Figure 5 - Frame 14 with Four NFE Converters
600
(23.6)
A
800
(31.5)
C
A
800
(31.5)
C C
D
B B
C
600
(23.6)
C C
D
A
Dimensions are in mm and (in.).
A
B B
Figure 6 - Frame 14 with Six NFE Converters
800
(31.5)
12
800
(31.5)
A A
A
B
B
B
C
C C
D
800
(31.5)
C
C C
D
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800
(31.5)
Dimensions are in mm and (in.).
A A
A
B
B
B
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Airflow and Ventilation Requirements
ATTENTION: To guard against equipment damage caused by excessive heat,
proper airflow must be available at all times. Refer to the guidelines below.
During drive operation, air is circulated by fans at the bottom of the power
structure. If the structure is placed in the upper portion of the enclosure, the fan
will be in the middle portion of the enclosure. Therefore, to achieve sufficient
cooling of the drive, each enclosure must provide:
• Openings for cooling air intake in the door/front panel at and/or below
the level of the fans.
• Openings for hot air exhaust at the top of the enclosure.
IMPORTANT
To allow free air circulation, the protective screen/cover at the bottom of the
enclosure must be a mesh sheet metal screen. Additionally, the busbar screen/
cover and choke upper support must be equipped with holes.
IMPORTANT
If a flat roof is used, mount a V-shaped air guide on the underside of the roof to
direct the air flow horizontally.
Side View
Air Flow
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Ventilation
The ventilation openings must fulfill the requirements set by the selected IP class.
The examples in this manual apply to protection class IP21. Table 9 contains the
minimum required air opening dimensions. Refer to Figure 7 for the location of
the openings as indicated in the table below.
Table 9 - IP21 Ventilation Opening Minimum Requirements
Area for cool air intake
Enclosure Width(1)
600 mm (23.6 in.)
130,050 mm2
800 mm (31.5 in.)
195,075 mm2
Area for hot air exhaust
70,000 mm2
105,000 mm2
Opening
Purpose
A
B
(1) Refer to Enclosure Requirements on page 9 for the required enclosure widths for each drive frame size.
Figure 7 - Enclosure Ventilation Example
B
B
A
A
m
600 m
.)
in
6
(23.
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.)
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Directing the Internal Airflow
Cooling air must enter the enclosure through the ventilation openings on the
door and be exhausted out the top of the enclosure. To direct the hot air from the
power structure to the outlet at the top of the enclosure and prevent it from
circulating back to the fan, use either of the following arrangements:
1
Install a closed air duct from the power structure to the outlet on top of the enclosure.
2
Install shields in the gaps between the power structure and the enclosure walls. Place the shields above the
air outlet gaps at the structure sides.
IMPORTANT
For drives that require multiple enclosures mounted side-by-side with
openings between the upper portions of the enclosures, shields must be
installed between enclosures to ensure proper air flow.
IMPORTANT
The shields inside the enclosure must be located such that they prevent hot
output air from mixing with the cooler incoming air.
Figure 8 - 600 mm (23.6 in.) Enclosure Air Recirculation Restriction Example
1 Air Duct Option
Shield Between
Enclosures
2 Air Shield Option
Figure 9 - 800 mm (31.5 in.) Enclosure Air Recirculation Restriction Example
1 Air Duct Option
Shield Between
Enclosures
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Heat Dissipation
The efficiency of the frequency converter is a function of switching frequency,
operating frequency and load. Based on this information, heat dissipation can be
calculated at a certain operating point. For most cases the following general
formula based on frequency converter load can be used to estimate the heat
dissipation of the power structure:
Ploss (kW) = Pmot (kW) x 0.025
Watts Loss
Drive
Catalog
Number (1)
Output
Amps (2)
480V AC Input (20xD)(3)
ND HP
HD HP
400V AC Input (20xC)(3)
ND kW
HD kW
20x385N
20xy460N
20xy500N
20xy590N
20xy650N
20xy730N
20xy820N
20xy920N
20xy1K0N
20xy1K1N
20xy1K3N
20xy1K4N
20xy1K7N
20xy2K1N
20xy2K7N
385 (300)
460 (385)
500 (420)
590 (520)
650 (590)
730 (650)
820 (730)
920 (820)
1030 (920)
1150 (1030)
1300 (1150)
1450 (1200)
1770 (1600)
2150 (1940)
2700 (2300)
300
350
450
500
500
600
700
800
900
1000
1200
1250
1500
1900
2300
200
250
250
315
355
400
450
500
560
630
710
800
1000
1200
1600
250
300
350
450
500
500
600
700
800
900
1000
1000
1400
1700
2000
160
200
250
250
315
355
400
450
500
560
630
710
900
1100
1300
Frame
Table 10 - 400 and 480V AC Input Drive Watts Loss Data
10
10
10
11
11
11
12
12
12
13
13
13
14
14
14
Watts Loss
4320
5335
5921
6620
7538
8312
9201
10670
11729
13801
15077
16511
24800
29900
39680
(1) Refer to rating columns for catalog number explanation.
(2) These drives have dual current ratings; one for normal duty applications, and one for heavy duty (in parenthesis). The drive may be
operated at either rating.
(3) x = “D” for PowerFlex 700S and “C” for PowerFlex 700H.
Drive
Catalog
Number (1)
Output
Amps (2)
600V AC Input (20xE)(3)
ND HP
HD HP
690V AC Input (20xF)(3)
ND kW
HD kW
20xy261N
20xy325N
20xy385N
20xy416N
20xy460N
20xy502N
20xy590N
20xy650N
20xy750N
20xy820N
20xy920N
20xy1K0N
20xy1K1N
20xy1K5N
20xy1K9N
20xy2K2N
261 (208)
325 (261)
385 (325)
416 (325)
460 (385)
502 (460)
590 (502)
650 (590)
750 (650)
820 (750)
920 (820)
1030 (920)
1180 (1030)
1500 (1300)
1900 (1500)
2250 (1900)
250
350
400
450
450
500
600
700
800
900
1000
1100
1300
1600
2000
2400
250
315
355
400
450
500
560
630
710
800
900
1000
1100
1500
1800
2000
200
250
350
350
400
450
500
650
700
700
900
1000
1100
1400
1600
2000
200
250
315
315
355
450
500
560
630
630
800
900
1000
1300
1500
1800
Frame
Table 11 - 600 and 690V AC Input Drive Watts Loss Data
10
10
10
10
11
11
11
12
12
12
13
13
13
14
14
14
Watts Loss
4206
4751
5527
5622
6345
6925
7539
9502
10570
11082
12690
15907
17306
22500
28500
33400
(1) Refer to rating columns for catalog number explanation.
(2) These drives have dual current ratings; one for normal duty applications, and one for heavy duty (in parenthesis). The drive may be
operated at either rating.
(3) x = “E” for PowerFlex 700S and “F” for PowerFlex 700H.
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AC Choke Installation
For Frame 10…12 drives, the recommended location for the AC choke(s) is at the
bottom of the enclosure, as close to the rear wall as possible. For frame 13 and 14
drives, the recommended location for the AC chokes is at the bottom of the same
enclosure as the NFE converters, also as close to the rear wall as possible. If a fuse
switch will be installed, choke placement may vary to accommodate the switch.
Secure the choke on an assembly plate or by using mounting rails. See Figure 10
below. Refer to Component Dimensions on page 53 for more details.
Figure 10 - Recommended AC Choke Mounting Location
Frames 13 and 14
Frames 10…12
IMPORTANT
An upper support plate must be installed above the choke(s) if the enclosure is
transported in a horizontal position. Any fixed support plate must be equipped
with air circulation holes.
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Power Structure Installation Preparing the Enclosure
Frames 10…12
To facilitate ease of service, it is recommended that the power structure be
mounted on support rails. Fasten the rails to the sides of the enclosure at
distances “F” (from the top) and “G” (from the bottom) shown in Figure 11
(below). Leave a space (“A”) between the structure and side walls for internal
cooling air flow. When two enclosures are utilized for a Frame 12 installation,
space between the enclosures is not required.
The power structure should be secured to the rear of the enclosure as shown by
installing two rails on the rear wall of the enclosure at the appropriate levels.
Refer to the dimension drawings in Component Dimensions beginning on page
53 for more details.
Figure 11 - Mounting Dimensions - Frames 10…12
A
A
E
B
F
C
DANGER
DC BUS CONDUCTORS AND CAPACITORS
OPERATE AT HIGH VOLTAGE. REMOVE POWER
AND WAIT 5 MINUTES BEFORE SERVICING
Mounting rail position
H
G
D
Frame
10…12
Dimensions - mm (in.)
A
B
C
50 (2.0)
100 (4.0) 1120 (44.1)
D (1)
550 (21.7)
E (2)
116 (4.6)
F (3)
918 (36.1)
G (4)
850 (33.5)
H (5)
50 (2.0)
(1) Dimension if the AC choke is installed at the bottom of the enclosure. If the choke is installed in another location, the distance must
be greater than 290 mm (11.4 in.).
(2) Minimum distance from the enclosure door. This allows installation of the control frame in front of the power structure. If the
control frame is installed in any other location, this dimension must be a minimum of 44 mm (1.7 in.).
(3) Minimum distance from the top of the mounting rails to the top of the enclosure.
(4) Minimum distance from the top of the mounting rails to the enclosure floor. If the choke is installed in another location, the
distance must be greater than 590 mm (23.2 in.)
(5) Fan removal clearance.
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Frames 13 and 14
To facilitate ease of service, it is recommended that the power structure be
mounted on support rails. Fasten the rails to the sides of the enclosure at
distances “B” (from the top) and “C” (from the bottom) shown in Figure 11.
Leave a space (“A”) between the power structure and top of the enclosure for
internal cooling air flow. Space between the enclosures is not required.
The power structure should be secured to the rear of the enclosure as shown by
installing two rails on the rear wall of the enclosure at appropriate levels. Refer to
the dimension drawings in Component Dimensions beginning on page 53 for
more details.
Figure 12 - Mounting Dimensions - Frames 13 and 14
A
B
Mounting
rail
position
C
Frame
13 and 14
Dimensions - mm (in.)
A (1)
175 (6.9)
B
1050 (41.3)
C (2)
600 (23.6)
(1) Minimum distance from the top of the enclosure; this space is required for the DC busbars.
(2) Dimension if the AC choke is installed at the bottom of the enclosure. If the choke is installed in another location, the distance must
be greater than 300 mm (11.8 in.).
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Mounting the Power Structure(s)
ATTENTION: To guard against personal injury and/or equipment damage,
ensure that the enclosure is properly supported to prevent tipping.
Frames 10…12
IMPORTANT
If the space around the power structure is limited, route the internal power
cables along the wall and secure them in brackets before mounting the power
structure.
Secure each power structure to the rear wall of the enclosure using the mounting
holes in the frame. Refer to the dimension drawings in Component Dimensions
beginning on page 53 for more details.
Frames 13 and 14
Secure each power structure to the rear wall of the enclosure using the mounting
holes in the frame. Installation of a mounting bar on the rear wall of the enclosure
may be required. Two supports should also be installed on the sides of each
enclosure, allowing a resting point for the structures. Refer to the dimension
drawings in Component Dimensions beginning on page 53 for more details.
Recommended Power Structure Grounding
Install a PE rail, at the bottom front of the enclosure. Grounding cable must be
copper.
IMPORTANT
The PE rail must be connected to external ground at the installation site
according to local regulations.
Refer to the PowerFlex 700H and 700S AC Drive, Frames 9-14 Installation
Instructions, publication PFLEX-IN006, for further details.
Frames 10…12
Connect a grounding cable from the ground connector at the lower right hand
side of the power structure frame to the PE rail of the enclosure.
Frames 13 and 14
Route a grounding cable from the ground connector of the rectifying structure
and power structure to the PE rail.
Figure 13 - Power Structure Grounding Example
PE Rail
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Internal Power Wiring
When cables are used for power wiring, they must be copper and rated at 90° C
(194° F). For frames 13 and 14 drives, power connections between the AC choke
and the NFE converters are typically made using busbars, however, copper cables
may be used.
ATTENTION: The following information is merely a guide for proper installation.
Rockwell Automation, Inc. cannot assume responsibility for the compliance or
the noncompliance to any code, national, local or otherwise for the proper
installation of this drive or associated equipment. A hazard of personal injury
and/or equipment damage exists if codes are ignored.
Drives with Parallel Power Structures
Drives can contain one to six converters. Each converter contains a set of input
power terminals. When parallel power structures are present, you must supply
power to all sets of input terminals on these drives. Refer to Table 1 and Table 2
on page 3 for the number of converters provided with each drive.
IMPORTANT
Parallel wiring must have the same cable dimensions, type and routing. Nonsymmetrical wiring may cause unequal loading between the converters and
reduce the drive’s ability to deliver current to the motor.
Connect power cables (L1, L2, L3) between the appropriate output terminals of
the AC choke and the input terminals of the power structure. Note that multiple
cables per phase may be required. Refer to Figure 14 and Figure 15 on page 22 for
cable/busbar routing examples.
IMPORTANT
The choke has two sets of output terminals designed for different voltages. Tap
1 is the incoming line connection. Tap 2 or 3 is used to connect to the drive
input. Refer to Table 1 and Table 2 on page 3 for specific tap connections.
AC Input
Terminals (Tap 1)
L1
L2
L3
Tap 3
Tap 2
IMPORTANT
Busbar alignment should be vertical to allow the maximum flow of cooling air
through the enclosure.
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Figure 14 - Frame 10…12 Cable Routing Example (Frame 10 Shown)
Front
Side
L1, L2, L3
DANGER
DC BUS CONDUCTORS AND CAPACITORS
OPERATE AT HIGH VOLTAGE. REMOVE POWER
AND WAIT 5 MINUTES BEFORE SERVICING
L1 L2 L3
Figure 15 - Frames 13 and 14 AC Choke to NFE Converters Cables/Busbars
Front
22
Busbars Shown
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Frames 13 and 14
Power connections between the NFE converter and inverter power structures
must be made using busbars.
IMPORTANT
Busbar alignment should be vertical to allow the maximum flow of cooling air
through the enclosure.
IMPORTANT
The DC bus requires user supplied fusing. See Fusing and Circuit Breakers on
page 24 for details.
Figure 16 - Frame 13 DC Busbar and Fuse Placement
DC+ Busbar
DC– Busbar
User Supplied
Fuses
Figure 17 - Frame 14 DC Busbar and Fuse Placement
User Supplied Fuses
DC+ Busbar
DC+ Busbar
DC– Busbar
DC– Busbar
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Electronic Motor Overload Protection
PowerFlex 700H and PowerFlex 700S drives provide Class 10 motor overload
protection according to NEC article 430 and motor over-temperature protection
according to NEC article 430.126 (A)(2). UL 508C File E59272.
Short Circuit Current Rating
Maximum short circuit current rating: 200,000 Amps symmetrical.
Branch Circuit Short Circuit Protection
Integral solid state short circuit protection does not provide branch circuit
protection. Branch circuit protection must be provided in accordance with the
NEC and any additional local codes, or the equivalent.
Fusing and Circuit Breakers
The tables on the following pages provide recommended AC line input fuse and
circuit breaker information. See Fusing and Circuit Breakers below for UL and
IEC requirements. Sizes listed are the recommended sizes based on 40 °C (104
°F) and the U.S. NEC. Other country, state, or local codes can require different
ratings. Tables with DC link fuse recommendations for DC input drives are also
provided.
Fusing
The recommend fuse types are listed below. If available current ratings do not
match those listed in the tables provided, chose the next higher fuse rating.
• IEC – BS88 (British Standard) Parts 1 & 2, EN60269-1, Parts 1 & 2(1),
type gG or equivalent should be used.
• UL - UL requirements specify that UL Class CC, T, or J fuses must be
used for all drives in this section.
Circuit Breakers
The “non-fuse” listings in the following tables include inverse time circuit
breakers and instantaneous trip circuit breakers (motor circuit protectors). If one
of these is chosen as the desired protection method, the following requirements
apply:
• IEC – Both types of circuit breakers are acceptable for IEC installations.
• UL - Only inverse time circuit breakers are acceptable for UL installations.
(1) Typical designations include, but may not be limited to the following; Parts 1 & 2: AC, AD, BC, BD, CD, DD, ED, EFS, EF, FF, FG, GF, GG,
GH.
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Table 12 - 400V AC Input Protection Devices
20xC385
20xC460
20xC500
20xC590
ND
HD
Input
Ratings
Amps
10 200
10 250
10 250
11 315
160
200
250
-
388
302
463
388
504
423
594
250
524
-
655
315
594
-
735
355
655
-
826
400
735
-
927
450
826
-
1038
500
927
-
1158
560
1038
-
1310
630
1158
-
1461
710
1209
-
1783
900
1612
-
2166
1100
1954
-
2720
1300
2317
Frame
Drive
Catalog
Number
kW Rating
20xC650
11 355
-
20xC730
11 400
-
20xC820
12 450
-
20xC920
12 500
-
20xC1K0
12 560
-
20xC1K1
13 630
-
20xC1K3
13 710
-
20xC1K4
13 800
-
20xC1K7(1)
14 1000
-
20xC2K1(1)
14 1200
-
20xC2K7(1)
14 1600
-
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
Dual Element Time Delay Fuse
Non-Time Delay Fuse
Min. (2)
Max. (3)
Min. (2)
Max.(3)
Bussmann Style Semi- Circuit
Motor Circuit
Conductor Fuse
Breaker (5) Protector (7)
Max. (6)
Max.
500
400
600
500
650
550
750 (1 per phs)
375 (2 per phs)
700 (1 per phs)
350 (2 per phs)
850 (1 per phs)
425 (2 per phs)
750 (1 per phs)
375 (2 per phs)
1000 (1 per phs)
500 (2 per phs)
850 (1 per phs)
425 (2 per phs)
1100 (1 per phs)
550 (2 per phs)
1000 (1 per phs)
500 (2 per phs)
1200 (1 per phs)
600 (2 per phs)
1100 (1 per phs)
550 (2 per phs)
1350 (1 per phs)
700 (2 per phs)
1200 (1 per phs)
600 (2 per phs)
1350 (1 per phs)
700 (2 per phs)
1500 (1 per phs)
750 (2 per phs)
1700 (1 per phs)
850 (2 per phs)
1500 (1 per phs)
750 (2 per phs)
1900 (1 per phs)
950 (2 per phs)
1600 (1 per phs)
800 (2 per phs)
2500 (1 per phs)
825 (3 per phs)
2100 (1 per phs)
700 (3 per phs)
3000 (1 per phs)
1000 (3 per phs)
2500 (1 per phs)
825 (3 per phs)
3500 (1 per phs)
1200 (3 per phs)
3000 (1 per phs)
1000 (3 per phs)
850
650
1000
850
1100
900
1300
500
400
600
500
650
550
750 (1 per phs)
375 (2 per phs)
700 (1 per phs)
350 (2 per phs)
850 (1 per phs)
425 (2 per phs)
750 (1 per phs)
375 (2 per phs)
1000 (1 per phs)
500 (2 per phs)
850 (1 per phs)
425 (2 per phs)
1100 (1 per phs)
550 (2 per phs)
1000 (1 per phs)
500 (2 per phs)
1200 (1 per phs)
600 (2 per phs)
1100 (1 per phs)
550 (2 per phs)
1350 (1 per phs)
700 (2 per phs)
1200 (1 per phs)
600 (2 per phs)
1350 (1 per phs)
700 (2 per phs)
1500 (1 per phs)
750 (2 per phs)
1700 (1 per phs)
850 (2 per phs)
1500 (1 per phs)
750 (2 per phs)
1900 (1 per phs)
950 (2 per phs)
1600 (1 per phs)
800 (2 per phs)
2500 (1 per phs)
825 (3 per phs)
2100 (1 per phs)
700 (3 per phs)
3000 (1 per phs)
1000 (3 per phs)
2500 (1 per phs)
825 (3 per phs)
3500 (1 per phs)
1200 (3 per phs)
3000 (1 per phs)
1000 (3 per phs)
1100
900
1300
1100
1500
1200
1700
170M5813
170M5813
170M8547
170M8547
170M8547
170M8547
170M5813
1100
900
1300
1100
1500
1200
1700
600
400
600
600
700
600
800
1500
170M5813
1500
700
1900
170M5813
1900
1000
1700
170M5813
1700
800
2100
170M5813
2100
1200
1900
170M5813
1900
1000
2400
170M8547
2400
1200
2100
170M8547
2100
1200
2700
170M8547
2700
1200
2400
170M8547
2400
1200
3000
170M8547
3000
1400
2700
170M8547
2700
1200
3000
170M6466 (4)
3000
1400
3400
170M6466 (4)
3400
1500
3900
170M6466 (4)
3900
1700
3400
170M6466 (4)
3400
1500
4300
170M6466 (4)
4300
1900
3600
170M6466 (4)
3600
1600
5300
170M6466
5300
2500
4800
170M6466
4800
2100
6400
170M6466
6400
3000
5800
170M6466
5800
2500
8000
170M6466
8000
3500
6900
170M6466
6900
3000
1100
1400
1300
1600
1400
1800
1600
2000
1800
2300
2000
2300
2500
2900
2500
3000
2700
3900
3500
4800
4300
6000
5000
Not available with 700S Control.
Minimum protection device size is the lowest rated device that supplies maximum protection without nuisance tripping.
Maximum protection device size is the highest rated device that supplies drive protection.
These fuses and disconnect are supplied with AC input NEMA/UL Type 1 drives.
Inverse time breaker. Ratings shown are maximum.
Maximum allowable rating by US NEC. Exact size must be chosen for each installation.
Motor Circuit Protector - instantaneous trip circuit breaker. For US NEC minimum size is 125% of motor/drive FLA. Ratings shown are suggested. Instantaneous trip settings must be set to US NEC code. Not
to exceed 1300% FLA.
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Catalog
Number
Frame
Table 13 - 480V AC Input Protection Devices
20xD385
10
20xD460
10
20xD500
10
20xD590
11
20xD650
20xD730
20xD820
20xD920
20xD1K0
20xD1K1
20xD1K3
20xD1K4
20xD1K7(1)
20xD2K1(1)
20xD2K7(1)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
26
11
11
12
12
12
13
13
13
14
14
14
HP Rating
ND
HD
Input
Ratings
Amps
300
350
450
500
250
300
350
-
372
302
444
388
483
423
570
-
450
524
500
-
628
-
500
594
600
-
705
-
500
655
700
-
792
-
600
735
800
-
888
-
700
826
900
-
994
-
800
927
1000
-
1110
-
900
994
1200
-
1255
-
1000
1110
1250
-
1400
-
1000
1158
1500
-
1709
-
1400
1545
1900
-
2076
-
1700
1873
2300
-
2607
-
2000
2220
Dual Element Time Delay Fuse Non-Time Delay Fuse
Min. (2)
Max. (3)
Min. (2)
Max. (3)
Bussmann Style Semi- Circuit
Motor Circuit
Conductor Fuse
Breaker (5) Protector (7)
Max. (6)
Max.
500
400
600
500
650
550
750 (1 per phs)
375 (2 per phs)
700 (1 per phs)
350 (2 per phs)
800 (1 per phs)
400 (2 per phs)
750 (1 per phs)
375 (2 per phs)
900 (1 per phs)
450 (2 per phs)
850 (1 per phs)
425 (2 per phs)
1000 (1 per phs)
500 (2 per phs)
900 (1 per phs)
475 (2 per phs)
1200 (1 per phs)
600 (2 per phs)
1100 (1 per phs)
550 (2 per phs)
1300 (1 per phs)
650 (2 per phs)
1200 (1 per phs)
600 (2 per phs)
1400 (1 per phs)
700 (2 per phs)
1300 (1 per phs)
650 (2 per phs)
1600 (1 per phs)
800 (2 per phs)
1400 (1 per phs)
700 (2 per phs)
1800 (1 per phs)
900 (2 per phs)
1500 (1 per phs)
750 (2 per phs)
2200 (1 per phs)
750 (3 per phs)
2000 (1 per phs)
675 (3 per phs)
2600 (1 per phs)
900 (3 per phs)
2400 (1 per phs)
800 (3 per phs)
3000 (1 per phs)
1100 (3 per phs)
2800 (1 per phs)
900 (3 per phs)
850
650
1000
850
1000
900
1300
500
400
600
500
650
550
750 (1 per phs)
375 (2 per phs)
700 (1 per phs)
350 (2 per phs)
800 (1 per phs)
400 (2 per phs)
750 (1 per phs)
375 (2 per phs)
900 (1 per phs)
450 (2 per phs)
850 (1 per phs)
425 (2 per phs)
1000 (1 per phs)
500 (2 per phs)
900 (1 per phs)
475 (2 per phs)
1200 (1 per phs)
600 (2 per phs)
1100 (1 per phs)
550 (2 per phs)
1300 (1 per phs)
650 (2 per phs)
1200 (1 per phs)
600 (2 per phs)
1400 (1 per phs)
700 (2 per phs)
1300 (1 per phs)
650 (2 per phs)
1600 (1 per phs)
800 (2 per phs)
1400 (1 per phs)
700 (2 per phs)
1800 (1 per phs)
900 (2 per phs)
1500 (1 per phs)
750 (2 per phs)
2200 (1 per phs)
750 (3 per phs)
2000 (1 per phs)
675 (3 per phs)
2600 (1 per phs)
900 (3 per phs)
2400 (1 per phs)
800 (3 per phs)
3000 (1 per phs)
1100 (3 per phs)
2800 (1 per phs)
900 (3 per phs)
1100
900
1300
1100
1500
1200
1700
170M5813
170M5813
170M8547
170M8547
170M8547
170M8547
170M5813
1100
900
1300
1100
1500
1200
1700
600
400
600
600
700
600
800
1500
170M5813
1500
700
1900
170M5813
1900
800
1700
170M5813
1700
800
2100
170M5813
2100
900
1900
170M5813
1900
900
2400
170M8547
2400
1000
2100
170M8547
2100
1000
2700
170M8547
2700
1200
2400
170M8547
2400
1200
3000
170M8547
3000
1300
2700
170M8547
2700
1200
3400
170M6466 (4)
3400
1400
3000
170M6466 (4)
3000
1300
3900
170M6466 (4)
3900
1600
3400
170M6466 (4)
3400
1400
4300
170M6466 (4)
4300
1800
3600
170M6466 (4)
3600
1500
5300
170M6466
5300
2200
4800
170M6466
4800
2000
6400
170M6466
6400
2600
5800
170M6466
5800
2400
8000
170M6466
8000
3300
6900
170M6466
6900
2800
1100
1400
1300
1600
1400
1800
1600
2000
1800
2300
2000
2500
2300
2900
2500
3200
2700
3800
3600
4800
4300
6000
5000
Not available with 700S Control.
Minimum protection device size is the lowest rated device that supplies maximum protection without nuisance tripping.
Maximum protection device size is the highest rated device that supplies drive protection.
These fuses and disconnect are supplied with AC input NEMA/UL Type 1 drives.
Inverse time breaker. Ratings shown are maximum.
Maximum allowable rating by US NEC. Exact size must be chosen for each installation.
Motor Circuit Protector - instantaneous trip circuit breaker. For US NEC minimum size is 125% of motor/drive FLA. Ratings shown are suggested. Instantaneous trip settings must be set to US NEC code. Not
to exceed 1300% FLA.
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Frame
Table 14 - 600V AC Input Protection Devices
Drive Catalog
Number
20xE261
10
20xE325
10
20xE385
10
20xE416
10
20xE460
11
20xE502
20xE590
20xE650
20xE750
20xE820(1)
20xE920
20xE1K0
20xE1K1
20xE1K5
20xE1K9(2)
20xE2K2(2)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
11
11
12
12
12
13
13
13
14
14
14
HP Rating
ND
250
–
350
–
400
–
450
–
500
HD
–
200
–
250
–
350
–
350
–
Input
Ratings
Amps
252
201
314
252
372
314
402
314
444
–
400
372
500
–
485
–
500
444
600
–
570
–
500
485
700
–
628
–
650
570
800
–
724
–
700
628
900
–
792
–
700
628
1000
–
888
–
900
792
1100
–
994
–
1000
888
1300
–
1139
–
1100
994
1000
–
1448
–
900
1255
1100
–
1834
–
1000
1448
1200
–
2172
–
1100
1834
Dual Element Time Delay Fuse
Non-Time Delay Fuse
Min. (3)
325
275
400
325
475
400
525
400
575 (1 per phs)
300 (2 per phs)
475 (1 per phs)
250 (2 per phs)
625 (1 per phs)
325 (2 per phs)
575 (1 per phs)
300 (2 per phs)
725 (1 per phs)
375(2 per phs)
625 (1 per phs)
325 (2 per phs)
800 (1 per phs)
400 (2 per phs)
725 (1 per phs)
375 (2 per phs)
950 (1 per phs)
475 (2 per phs)
800 (1 per phs)
400 (2 per phs)
1000 (1 per phs)
500 (2 per phs)
800 (1 per phs)
400 (2 per phs)
1200 (1 per phs)
600 (2 per phs)
1000 (1 per phs)
500 (2 per phs)
1300 (1 per phs)
650 (2 per phs)
1200 (1 per phs)
600 (2 per phs)
1500 (1 per phs)
750 (2 per phs)
1300 (1 per phs)
650 (2 per phs)
1900 (1 per phs)
650 (3 per phs)
1600 (1 per phs)
550 (3 per phs)
2300 (1 per phs)
800 (3 per phs)
1900 (1 per phs)
650 (3 per phs)
2800 (1 per phs)
950 (3 per phs)
2300 (1 per phs)
800 (3 per phs)
Min. (3)
325
275
400
325
475
400
525
400
575 (1 per phs)
300 (2 per phs)
475 (1 per phs)
250 (2 per phs)
625 (1 per phs)
325 (2 per phs)
575 (1 per phs)
300 (2 per phs)
725 (1 per phs)
375(2 per phs)
625 (1 per phs)
325 (2 per phs)
800 (1 per phs)
400 (2 per phs)
725 (1 per phs)
375 (2 per phs)
950 (1 per phs)
475 (2 per phs)
800 (1 per phs)
400 (2 per phs)
1000 (1 per phs)
500 (2 per phs)
800 (1 per phs)
400 (2 per phs)
1200 (1 per phs)
600 (2 per phs)
1000 (1 per phs)
500 (2 per phs)
1300 (1 per phs)
650 (2 per phs)
1200 (1 per phs)
600 (2 per phs)
1500 (1 per phs)
750 (2 per phs)
1300 (1 per phs)
650 (2 per phs)
1900 (1 per phs)
650 (3 per phs)
1600 (1 per phs)
550 (3 per phs)
2300 (1 per phs)
800 (3 per phs)
1900 (1 per phs)
650 (3 per phs)
2800 (1 per phs)
950 (3 per phs)
2300 (1 per phs)
800 (3 per phs)
Max. (4)
575
450
725
575
850
725
900
725
1000
850
1100
1000
1300
1100
1400
1300
1600
1400
1800
1400
2000
1800
2300
2000
2600
2200
3300
2900
4200
3200
5000
4200
Bussmann Style SemiConductor Fuse
Max.(4)
775
600
950
775
1100
950
1200
950
1300
170M5813
170M5813
170M5813
170M5813
170M5813
170M5813
170M5813
170M5813
170M8547
Circuit
Breaker (6)
Max (7)
700
600
900
750
1100
900
1200
900
1300
Motor Circuit
Protector (8)
Max.
350
300
450
400
500
450
550
450
600
1100
170M8547
1100
500
1500
170M8547
1500
650
1300
170M8547
1300
600
1700
170M5813
1700
800
1500
170M5813
1500
700
1900
170M5813
1900
900
1700
170M5813
1700
800
2200
170M5813
2200
1000
1900
170M5813
1900
900
2400
170M5813
2400
1100
1900
170M5813
1900
900
2700
170M6466 (5)
2700
1200
2400
170M6466 (5)
2400
1100
3000
170M6466 (5)
3000
1300
2700
170M6466 (5)
2700
1200
3500
170M6466 (5)
3500
1500
3000
170M6466 (5)
3000
1300
4500
170M6466
4500
1900
3900
170M6466
3900
1700
5700
170M6466
5700
2400
4500
170M6466
4500
1900
6700
170M6466
6700
2900
5700
170M6466
5700
2400
20DE820 drives (ND) are only capable of producing 95% of starting torque under 10 Hz.
Not available with 700S Control.
Minimum protection device size is the lowest rated device that supplies maximum protection without nuisance tripping.
Maximum protection device size is the highest rated device that supplies drive protection.
These fuses and disconnect are supplied with AC input NEMA/UL Type 1 drives.
Inverse time breaker. Ratings shown are maximum.
Maximum allowable rating by US NEC. Exact size must be chosen for each installation.
Motor Circuit Protector - instantaneous trip circuit breaker. For US NEC minimum size is 125% of motor/drive FLA. Ratings shown are suggested. Instantaneous trip settings must be set to US NEC code. Not to exceed 1300% FLA.
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Frame
Table 15 - 690V AC Input Protection Devices
Drive Catalog
Number
20xF261
10
20xF325
10
20xF385
10
20xF416
10
20xF460
11
20xF502
20xF590
20xF650
20xF750
20xF820(1)
20xF920
20xF1K0
20xF1K1
20xF1K5
20xF1K9(2)
20xF2K2(2)
11
11
12
12
12
13
13
13
14
14
14
kW Rating
ND
250
–
315
–
355
–
400
–
500
HD
–
200
–
250
–
315
–
315
–
Input
Ratings
Amps
263
210
327
263
388
327
419
327
463
–
400
388
560
–
506
–
500
463
580
–
594
–
500
506
630
–
655
–
560
594
710
–
756
–
630
655
800
–
826
–
630
655
900
–
927
–
800
826
1000
–
1038
–
900
927
1100
–
1189
–
1000
1038
1500
–
1511
–
1300
1310
1800
–
1914
–
1500
1511
2000
–
2267
–
1800
1914
Dual Element Time Delay Fuse
Non-Time Delay Fuse
Min. (3)
350
275
425
350
500
425
525
425
600 (1 per phs)
300 (2 per phs)
500 (1 per phs)
250 (2 per phs)
650 (1 per phs)
325 (2 per phs)
600 (1 per phs)
300 (2 per phs)
750 (1 per phs)
375 (2 per phs)
650 (1 per phs)
325 (2 per phs)
850 (1 per phs)
425 (2 per phs)
750 (1 per phs)
375 (2 per phs)
950 (1 per phs)
475 (2 per phs)
850 (1 per phs)
425 (2 per phs)
1100 (1 per phs)
550 (2 per phs)
850 (1 per phs)
425 (2 per phs)
1200 (1 per phs)
600 (2 per phs)
1100 (1 per phs)
550 (2 per phs)
1300 (1 per phs)
650 (2 per phs)
1200 (1 per phs)
600 (2 per phs)
1500 (1 per phs)
750 (2 per phs)
1300 (1 per phs)
650 (2 per phs)
1900 (1 per phs)
650 (3 per phs)
1700 (1 per phs)
575 (3 per phs)
2400 (1 per phs)
800 (3 per phs)
1900 (1 per phs)
650 (3 per phs)
2900 (1 per phs)
950 (3 per phs)
2400 (1 per phs)
800 (3 per phs)
Min. (3)
350
275
425
350
500
425
525
425
600 (1 per phs)
300 (2 per phs)
500 (1 per phs)
250 (2 per phs)
650 (1 per phs)
325 (2 per phs)
600 (1 per phs)
300 (2 per phs)
750 (1 per phs)
375 (2 per phs)
650 (1 per phs)
325 (2 per phs)
850 (1 per phs)
425 (2 per phs)
750 (1 per phs)
375 (2 per phs)
950 (1 per phs)
475 (2 per phs)
850 (1 per phs)
425 (2 per phs)
1100 (1 per phs)
550 (2 per phs)
850 (1 per phs)
425 (2 per phs)
1200 (1 per phs)
600 (2 per phs)
1100 (1 per phs)
550 (2 per phs)
1300 (1 per phs)
650 (2 per phs)
1200 (1 per phs)
600 (2 per phs)
1500 (1 per phs)
750 (2 per phs)
1300 (1 per phs)
650 (2 per phs)
1900 (1 per phs)
650 (3 per phs)
1700 (1 per phs)
575 (3 per phs)
2400 (1 per phs)
800 (3 per phs)
1900 (1 per phs)
650 (3 per phs)
2900 (1 per phs)
950 (3 per phs)
2400 (1 per phs)
800 (3 per phs)
Max. (4)
575
450
725
575
850
725
900
700
1000
850
1100
1000
1300
1100
1400
1300
1600
1400
1800
1400
2000
1800
2300
2000
2600
2300
3300
2900
4200
3200
5000
4200
Bussmann Style SemiConductor Fuse
Max. (4)
775
600
950
775
1100
950
1200
950
1300
170M5813
170M5813
170M5813
170M5813
170M5813
170M5813
170M5813
170M5813
170M8547
Circuit
Breaker (6)
Max. (7)
750
600
900
750
1100
900
1200
900
1300
Motor Circuit
Protector (8)
Max.
350
300
450
400
500
450
550
450
600
1100
170M8547
1100
500
1500
170M8547
1500
650
1300
170M8547
1300
600
1700
170M5813
1700
800
1500
170M5813
1500
700
1900
170M5813
1900
900
1700
170M5813
1700
800
2200
170M5813
2200
1000
1900
170M5813
1900
900
2400
170M5813
2400
1100
1900
170M5813
1900
900
2700
170M6466 (5)
2700
1200
2400
170M6466 (5)
2400
1100
3000
170M6466 (5)
3000
1300
2700
170M6466 (5)
2700
1200
3500
170M6466 (5)
3500
1500
3000
170M6466 (5)
3000
1300
4500
170M6466
4500
1900
3900
170M6466
3900
1700
5700
170M6466
5700
2400
4500
170M6466
4500
1900
6700
170M6466
6700
2900
5700
170M6466
5700
2400
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
20DF820 drives (ND) are only capable of producing 95% of starting torque under 10 Hz.
Not available with 700S Control.
Minimum protection device size is the lowest rated device that supplies maximum protection without nuisance tripping.
Maximum protection device size is the highest rated device that supplies drive protection.
These fuses and disconnect are supplied with AC input NEMA/UL Type 1 drives.
Inverse time breaker. Ratings shown are maximum.
Maximum allowable rating by US NEC. Exact size must be chosen for each installation.
Motor Circuit Protector - instantaneous trip circuit breaker. For US NEC minimum size is 125% of motor/drive FLA. Ratings shown are suggested. Instantaneous trip settings must be set to US NEC code. Not to exceed 1300% FLA.
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Table 16 - 540V DC Input Protection Devices
Drive Catalog Number Frame kW Rating
ND
HD
20xH385
10
200
160
20xH460
10
250
200
20xH500
10
250
250
20xH590
11
315
250
20xH650
11
355
315
20xH730
11
400
355
20xH820
12
450
400
20xH920
12
500
450
20xH1K0
12
560
500
20xH1K1
13
630
560
20xH1K3
13
710
630
20xH1K4
13
800
710
20xH1K7(1)
14
1000 900
20xH2K1(1)
14
1200 1100
20xH2K7(1)
14
1600 1300
DC Input Ratings
Amps
453
353
541
453
589
494
695
612
765
695
859
765
965
859
1083
965
1213
1083
1354
1213
1530
1354
1707
1413
2084
1883
2531
2284
3178
2708
Fuse
Bussmann Style Fuse
700
700
900
900
500 (2 per phs)
500 (2 per phs)
550 (2 per phs)
550 (2 per phs)
630 (2 per phs)
630 (2 per phs)
700 (2 per phs)
700 (2 per phs)
700 (2 per phs)
700 (2 per phs)
550 (3 per phs)
550 (3 per phs)
630 (3 per phs)
630 (3 per phs)
2400
2400
2400
2400
2400
2400
–
–
–
–
–
–
170M6611
170M6611
170M6613
170M6613
170M6608
170M6608
170M6609
170M6609
170M6610
170M6610
170M6611
170M6611
170M6611
170M6611
170M6609
170M6609
170M6610
170M6610
170M7107
170M7107
170M7107
170M7107
170M7107
170M7107
170M8610
170M8610
170M8610
170M8610
170M8610
170M8610
Fuse
Bussmann Style Fuse
700
700
900
900
500 (2 per phs)
500 (2 per phs)
550 (2 per phs)
550 (2 per phs)
630 (2 per phs)
630 (2 per phs)
700 (2 per phs)
700 (2 per phs)
700 (2 per phs)
700 (2 per phs)
550 (3 per phs)
550 (3 per phs)
630 (3 per phs)
630 (3 per phs)
170M6611
170M6611
170M6613
170M6613
170M6608
170M6608
170M6609
170M6609
170M6610
170M6610
170M6611
170M6611
170M6611
170M6611
170M6609
170M6609
170M6610
170M6610
(1) Not available with 700S Control.
Table 17 - 650V DC Input Protection Devices
Drive Catalog Number Frame HP Rating
ND HD
20xJ385
10
300 250
20xJ460
10
350 300
20xJ500
10
450 350
20xJ590
11
500 450
20xJ650
11
500 500
20xJ730
11
600 500
20xJ820
12
700 600
20xJ920
12
800 700
20xJ1K0
12
900 800
DC Input Ratings
Amps
434
338
519
434
564
474
666
587
733
666
824
733
925
824
1038
925
1162
1038
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Drive Catalog Number Frame HP Rating
ND HD
20xJ1K1
13
1000 900
20xJ1K3
13
1200 1000
20xJ1K4
13
1250 1000
20xJ1K7(1)
14
1500 1400
20xJ2K1(1)
14
1900 1700
20xJ2K7(1)
14
2300 2000
DC Input Ratings
Amps
1297
1162
1467
1297
1636
1354
1997
1805
2425
2189
3046
2595
Fuse
Bussmann Style Fuse
2400
2400
2400
2400
2400
2400
–
–
–
–
–
–
170M7107
170M7107
170M7107
170M7107
170M7107
170M7107
170M8610
170M8610
170M8610
170M8610
170M8610
170M8610
Fuse
Bussmann Style Fuse
450
450
550
550
700
700
800
800
450 (2 per phs)
450 (2 per phs)
500 (2 per phs)
500 (2 per phs)
500 (2 per phs)
500 (2 per phs)
500 (2 per phs)
500 (2 per phs)
630 (2 per phs)
630 (2 per phs)
630 (2 per phs)
630 (2 per phs)
2400
2400
2400
2400
2400
2400
–
–
–
–
–
–
170M5609
170M5609
170M6609
170M6609
170M6611
170M6611
170M6612
170M6612
170M5609
170M5609
170M6608
170M6608
170M6608
170M6608
170M6608
170M6608
170M6610
170M6610
170M6610
170M6610
170M7107
170M7107
170M7107
170M7107
170M7107
170M7107
170M8610
170M8610
170M8610
170M8610
170M8610
170M8610
(1) Not available with 700S Control.
Table 18 - 810V DC Input Protection Devices
Drive Catalog Number Frame HP Rating
ND
HD
20xK261
10
250 –
–
200
20xK325
10
350 –
–
250
20xK385
10
400 –
–
350
20xK416
10
450 –
–
350
20xK460
11
500 –
–
400
20xK502
11
500 –
–
500
20xK590
11
600 –
–
500
20xK650
12
700 –
–
650
20xK750
12
800 –
–
700
20xK820 (1)
12
900 –
–
700
20xK920
13
1000 –
–
900
20xK1K0
13
1100 –
–
1000
20xK1K1
13
1300 –
–
1100
20xK1K5
14
1600 –
–
1400
20xK1K9(2)
14
2000 –
–
1600
20xK2K2(2)
14
2400 –
–
2000
DC Input Ratings
Amps
294
235
367
294
434
367
469
367
519
434
566
519
666
566
733
666
846
733
925
733
1038
925
1162
1038
1331
1162
1692
1467
2143
1692
2538
2143
(1) 20DK820 drives (ND) are only capable of producing 95% of starting torque under 10 Hz.
(2) Not available with 700S Control.
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Table 19 - 932V DC Input Protection Devices
Drive Catalog Number Frame kW Rating
ND
HD
20xM261
10
250
–
–
200
20xM325
10
315
–
–
250
20xM385
10
355
–
–
315
20xM416
10
400
–
–
315
20xM460
11
450
–
–
355
20xM502
11
500
–
–
400
20xM590
11
560
–
–
500
20xM650
12
630
–
–
560
20xM750
12
710
–
–
630
20xM820(1)
12
800
–
–
630
20xM920
13
900
–
–
800
20xM1K0
13
1000 –
–
900
20xM1K1
13
1100 –
–
1000
20xM1K5
14
1500 –
–
1300
20xM1K9(2)
14
1800 –
–
1500
20xM2K2(2)
14
2000 –
–
1800
DC Input Ratings
Amps
307
245
383
307
453
383
490
383
542
453
591
542
695
591
765
695
883
765
965
765
1038
925
1162
1038
1331
1162
1766
1530
2237
1766
2649
2237
Fuse
Bussmann Style Fuse
500
500
630
630
700
700
700
700
450 (2 per phs)
450 (2 per phs)
500 (2 per phs)
500 (2 per phs)
500 (2 per phs)
500 (2 per phs)
550 (2 per phs)
550 (2 per phs)
630 (2 per phs)
630 (2 per phs)
630 (2 per phs)
630 (2 per phs)
2400
2400
2400
2400
2400
2400
–
–
–
–
–
–
170M5744
170M5744
170M5746
170M5746
170M6745
170M6745
170M6745
170M6745
170M5743
170M5743
170M5744
170M5744
170M5744
170M5744
170M5745
170M5745
170M5746
170M5746
170M5746
170M5746
170M7107
170M7107
170M7107
170M7107
170M7107
170M7107
170M8610
170M8610
170M8610
170M8610
170M8610
170M8610
(1) 20DM820 drives (ND) are only capable of producing 95% of starting torque under 10 Hz.
(2) Not available with 700S Control.
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Control Frame Installation
The control frame, which contains the main control and option boards (if
ordered) in an enclosure and space for a programming terminal and
communications modules, is delivered separate from the power structure and can
be installed on a sidewall or the enclosure frame. The control frame has a hinged
assembly on the left side allowing it to be installed in front of the power structure
(NFE converters in frames 13 and 14) when the enclosure depth allows (see
Enclosure Requirements on page 9).
IMPORTANT
In order to avoid interference of the control signals, the control frame must not
be installed in front of the AC input and motor output terminals. Refer to
Figure 18 on page 33.
IMPORTANT
The installation location of the control frame must not impede air flow through
the drive.
Mounting the Control Frame
Refer to Figure 49 on page 62 and Figure 50 on page 63 for control frame
dimensions.
• At the control end (if required), disconnect the 24V connecting cable and
the fiber optic cables to the power structure before mounting the control
frame.
• Secure the control frame to a sidewall or enclosure frame.
• The standard control cable length is 2.3 m (7.5 ft). Therefore, the control
frame must be placed within 2.3 m (7.5 ft) of the power structure.
• To ensure proper grounding of the control frame assembly, attach the
braided copper wire supplied on the control frame to the enclosure frame.
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Figure 18 - Control Frame Mounting Restrictions
Important: Do Not install control frame in shaded areas shown here when shaded areas
contain the AC input and motor output terminals.
Frame 10 and 12
Frame 11
Cat No.
1234567890-*
1234567890-*
FIELD INSTALLED OPTIONS:
DANGER
DANGER
DC BUS CONDUCTORS AND CAPACITORS
OPERATE AT HIGH VOLTAGE. REMOVE POWER
AND WAIT 5 MINUTES BEFORE SERVICING
DC BUS CONDUCTORS AND CAPACITORS
OPERATE AT HIGH VOLTAGE. REMOVE POWER
AND WAIT 5 MINUTES BEFORE SERVICING
Frame 13 and 14
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PowerFlex 700H Control
Connections
Note: For PowerFlex 700S control connections, see PowerFlex 700S Control
Connections on page 40.
IMPORTANT
It may be necessary to disconnect the control connections during drive
installation and then re-connect according to the instructions in 700H Control
Connections on page 36.
The PowerFlex 700H control uses fiber optic connections and 24V DC supplied
from the ASIC circuit board, which is located on the power structure. Frame 12
and 14 drives contain two ASIC boards and two ASIC Feedback boards that
supply these connections.
Refer to the figures 19, 20 and 21 for the location of the ASIC board(s).
Figure 19 - Frames 10 and 12 ASIC Board Locations
ASIC Board Assembly
Frames 10 and 12
DANGER
DC BUS CONDUCTORS AND CAPACITORS
OPERATE AT HIGH VOLTAGE. REMOVE POWER
AND WAIT 5 MINUTES BEFORE SERVICING
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Power Structure #2
Frame 12 Only
DANGER
DC BUS CONDUCTORS AND CAPACITORS
OPERATE AT HIGH VOLTAGE. REMOVE POWER
AND WAIT 5 MINUTES BEFORE SERVICING
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Figure 20 - Frame 11 ASIC Board Location
ASIC Board Assembly
Figure 21 - Frames 13 and 14 ASIC Board Locations
ASIC Board Assembly
Inverters - Frames 13 and 14
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14 Only
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700H Control Connections
1. To access the ASIC board(s), remove the front protective cover(s) from
the power structure(s) as shown below.
Frames 10…12
(Frame 10 shown)
Frames 13 and 14
Protective
Covers
2. Connect the 24V power supply cable between connector X10 on the
ASIC board and connector X2 on the Fiber Optic Adapter or Star
Coupler board on the back of the 700H control board. Refer to figures 22,
23 and 24 for connector locations.
3. Connect each fiber optic cable between the respective connectors on the
ASIC board(s) and the Fiber Optic Adapter or Star Coupler board. For
frames 10, 11 and 13, refer to Table 20 on page 37 for cable designations
and connection points and figures 22 and 23 for connector locations. For
frames 12 and 14, refer to Table 21 on page 37 for cable designations and
connection points and figures 22 and 24 for connector locations.
• Complete fiber optic cable connections after all electrical wiring has
been completed to avoid damage to the cables.
• Ensure that the fiber optic cables do not contact sharp objects that can
cause damage to the cables.
• The fiber optic cables have a minimum bending radius of 50 mm (2.0
in.).
IMPORTANT
36
Verify correct cable/connector placement. Connecting the wires incorrectly
could damage components.
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Table 20 - PowerFlex 700H Fiber Optic Cable Designations - Frames 10, 11 and 13
Connect this Point …
Location
Connector
ASIC Board
H1
H2
H3
H4
H5
H6
H7
to this Point …
Location
Fiber Optic Adapter Board
Connector
H1
H2
H3
H4
H5
H6
H7
Table 21 - PowerFlex 700H Fiber Optic Cable Designations - Frames 12 and 14
Connect this Point …
Location
Connector
ASIC Board - Power
H1
Structure #1
H2
H3
H4
H5
H6
H7
ASIC Feedback Board - X900
Power Structure #1
H900, H901, H902
H903
ASIC Board - Power
H1
Structure #2
H2
H3
H4
H5
H6
H7
ASIC Feedback Board - X900
Power Structure #2
H903
to this Point …
Location
Star Coupler Board
ASIC Board Power Structure #1
Star Coupler Board
Star Coupler Board
Star Coupler Board
ASIC Board Power Structure #2
Star Coupler Board
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Connector
H1
H2
H3
H4
H5
H6
H7
X26
H21, H22, H23
H8
H11
H12
H13
H14
H15
H16
H17
X26
H18
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Figure 22 - ASIC Board and ASIC Feedback Board Termination Points
Fiber Optic Connectors
ASIC Board
X5
X4
X3
ASIC Feedback Board (Frames
12 and 14 Only)
H13 H12 H11 H10 H9 H8
H900
H901
X10
X900
H902
H903
Fiber Optic
Connectors
X2
H7 H6 H5 H4 H3 H2 H1
X15
X9
Figure 23 - PowerFlex 700H Fiber Optic Adapter Board Termination Points (Frames 10, 11 and 13)
H7
Fiber Optic
Connectors
H6
H5
H4
H3
H2
H1
X2
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Figure 24 - PowerFlex 700H Star Coupler Board Termination Points (Frames 12 and 14)
H8
H7
H6
H5
H4
H3
H2
H1
X2
H18
H17
H16
H15
H14
H13
H12
H11
Fiber Optic
Connectors
Fiber Optic
Connectors
H23
H22
H21
4. Secure the cable bundle using cable ties as necessary to guard against cable
damage.
5. For Frames 10…12, replace the protective covers on the drive and continue
with Output Power Wiring on page 49. For Frames 13 and 14, continue
with Frames 13 and 14 NFE Converter to Inverter Connections on page
47.
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PowerFlex 700S Control
Connections
Note: For PowerFlex 700H control connections, see PowerFlex 700H Control
Connections on page 34.
IMPORTANT
It may be necessary to disconnect the control connections during drive
installation and then re-connect according to the instructions in 700S Control
Connections on page 42.
The PowerFlex 700S control uses 24V DC supplied from the Voltage Feedback
board and fiber optic connections supplied from the Voltage Feedback and ASIC
circuit boards, which are located on the power structure. Frame 12 and 14 drives
contain two ASIC boards and two ASIC Feedback boards that supply these
connections.
Refer to figures 25, 26 and 27 for the location of the Voltage Feedback board.
Refer to the figures 19, 20 and 21 for the location of the ASIC board(s).
Figure 25 - Frames 10 and 12 Voltage Feedback Board Location
Power Structure #1
Frame 12 Only
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Figure 26 - Frame 11 Voltage Feedback Board Location
Voltage Feedback
Board Assembly
Figure 27 - Frames 13 and 14 Voltage Feedback Board Location
Inverters, Power Structure # 1 Frames 13 and 14
Voltage Feedback
Board Assembly
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700S Control Connections
1. To access the ASIC board(s), remove the front protective cover(s) from
the power structure(s) as shown below.
Frames 10…12
(Frame 10 shown)
Frames 13 and 14
Protective
Covers
2. Connect the 24V power supply cable and the fiber optic cables between
the Voltage Feedback Board and the Common Mode Filter and Fiber
Optic Interface or Fiber Optic Star Interface boards. Refer to Table 22
below for cable designations and connection points and figures 28, 29, 30
and 31 for connector locations.
• Complete fiber optic cable connections after all electrical wiring has
been completed to avoid damage to the cables.
• Ensure that the fiber optic cables do not contact sharp objects that can
cause damage to the cables.
• The fiber optic cables have a minimum bending radius of 50 mm (2.0
in.).
IMPORTANT
Verify correct cable/connector placement. Connecting the wires incorrectly
could damage components.
Table 22 - Voltage Feedback Board Cable Designations
Connect this Point …
Location
Voltage Feedback Board
42
Connector
to this Point …
Location
Connector
J8
J5
J4
Common Mode Filter Board
Fiber Optic Interface or Fiber
Optic Star Interface Board
J5
J7
J6
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Figure 28 - PowerFlex 700S Voltage Feedback Board Termination Points
J2
J1
J4 J5
J8
Figure 29 - Common Mode Filter Board Termination Points
J1
J5
Figure 30 - PowerFlex 700S Fiber Optic Interface Board Termination Points (Frames 10, 11 and 13)
J2
J1
J8
J8
J9
J10
J11
J12
J14
J13
J6
J7
J18
J5
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Figure 31 - PowerFlex 700S Fiber Optic Star Interface Board Termination Points (Frames 12 and
14)
J28
J13
J14
J12
J11
J10
J9
J8
J7
J6
J27
J24
J25
J23
J22
J21
J20
J19
J5
3. Connect each fiber optic cable between the respective connectors on the
ASIC board(s) and the Fiber Optic Interface or Fiber Optic Star Interface
board. For frames 10, 11 and 13, refer to Table 23 on page 45 for cable
designations and connection points and figures 30 and 32 for connector
locations. For frames 12 and 14, refer to Table 24 on page 45 for cable
designations and connection points and figures 31 and 32 for connector
locations.
IMPORTANT
44
Verify correct cable/connector placement. Connecting the wires incorrectly
could damage components.
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Table 23 - PowerFlex 700S Fiber Optic Cable Designations - Frames 10, 11 and 13
Connect this Point …
Location
ASIC Board
Connector
H1
H2
H3
H4
H5
H6
H7
to this Point …
Location
Fiber Optic Interface Board
Connector
J8
J9
J10
J11
J12
J14
J13
Table 24 - PowerFlex 700S Fiber Optic Cable Designations - Frames 12 and 14
Connect this Point …
Location
ASIC Board Power Structure #1
ASIC Board Power Structure #2
ASIC Feedback Board - Power
Structure #1
ASIC Feedback Board - Power
Structure #2
Connector
H1
H2
H3
H4
H5
H6
H7
H1
H2
H3
H4
H5
H6
H7
X900
H900, H901, H902
H903
X900
H903
to this Point …
Location
Fiber Optic Star Interface Board
Fiber Optic Star Interface Board
ASIC Board - Power Structure #1
Fiber Optic Star Interface Board
Fiber Optic Star Interface Board
ASIC Board - Power Structure #2
Fiber Optic Star Interface Board
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Connector
J8
J9
J10
J11
J12
J14
J13
J19
J20
J21
J22
J23
J25
J24
X26
H21, H22, H23
H8
X26
H18
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Figure 32 - ASIC Board and ASIC Feedback Board Termination Points
Fiber Optic Connectors
ASIC Board
X5
X4
X3
ASIC Feedback Board (Frames
12 and 14 Only)
H13 H12 H11 H10 H9 H8
H900
H901
X10
X900
H902
H903
Fiber Optic
Connectors
X2
H7 H6 H5 H4 H3 H2 H1
X15
X9
4. Secure the cable bundle(s) as necessary to guard against cable damage.
5. For Frames 10…12, replace the protective covers on the drive and continue
with Output Power Wiring on page 49. For Frames 13 and 14, continue
with Frames 13 and 14 NFE Converter to Inverter Connections on page
47.
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Frames 13 and 14 NFE Converter to Inverter Connections
Frame 13 and 14 drives contain a set of cables used to link the NFE converters
and inverter units. Simply insert the cables into the appropriate connectors as
shown in figures 33 and 34 below.
IMPORTANT
When you have completed these connections, replace the protective covers on
the drive.
Figure 33 - Frame 13 NFE Converter to Inverter Connections
NFE Converters
Inverters
X1
X2 X3
X1
NFE Converters
Terminal
X1
X1
Inverters
X1
X2 X3
Connector
Grommet
Figure 34 - Frame 14 NFE Converter to Inverter Connections
NFE Converters
X1
X1
X1
Inverters
Inverters
X2 X3
X2 X3
Terminal
NFE Converters
Inverters
Inverters
X1
X2 X3
X2 X3
X1
NFE Converters
X1
X1
Connector
Grommet
NFE Converters
Terminal
X1
X1
X1
Inverters
Inverters
X2 X3
X2 X3
NFE Converters
X1
X1
X1
Terminal
Connector
Connector
Grommet
Grommet
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du/dt Filter Installation
Frame 14 drives can be ordered with or without du/dt filters. The du/dt filter
limits the rate of change of output voltage and the rate of change in the IGBT or
output transistor switching event.
Refer to the Wiring and Grounding Guidelines for Pulse Width Modulated
(PWM) AC Drives, publication DRIVES-IN001, for minimum inductance on
installations where du/dt filters are not installed.
The recommended location for the du/dt filters is at the bottom of the same
enclosure with the inverters, as close to the rear wall as possible.
Secure the du/dt filters on an assembly plate or by using mounting rails. See
Figure 35 below. Refer to Component Dimensions on page 53 for more details.
Figure 35 - Recommended du/dt Filter Mounting Location
When cables are used for power wiring, they must be copper and rated at 90° C
(194° F). For frame 14 drives, power connections between the output power
terminals and the du/dt filters are typically made using busbars, however, copper
cables may be used.
IMPORTANT
Busbar alignment should be vertical to allow the maximum flow of cooling air
through the enclosure.
Connect power cables between the appropriate output power terminals (U/T1,
V/T2, W/T3) and the input terminals of the du/dt filters.
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Output Power Wiring
Frame 12 and 14 drives utilize two parallel power structures, and therefore have
two sets of output power terminals. You must connect the motor to both sets of
output power terminals.
IMPORTANT
Parallel wiring must have the same cable dimensions, type and routing. Nonsymmetrical wiring may cause unequal loading between the converters and
reduce the drive’s ability to deliver current to the motor. Refer to Figure 36
below for details.
IMPORTANT
The minimum cable length for parallel motor cables from the drive to the point
where the cables connect is 5m (16.4 ft.). Join the parallel cables at the motor
end (not the drive end). Or, install a reactor on the output of each power
module with a minimum of 5 μH prior to joining the parallel cables at the
motor end. Refer to Figure 36 below for details.
Figure 36 - Frame 12 and 14 Output Power Wiring Example
1T1
1T2
1T3
PE
2T1
2T2
2T3
PE
5 m (16.4 ft)
minimum
Motor
Motor Frame
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Output Power Terminal Locations
Refer to the figures below for the location of the output power terminals.
Figure 37 - Frames 10 and 12
Power Structure #1
Frame 10 and 12 Drives
L2
L1
Power Structure #2
Frame 12 Drives
Only
L3
L2
L1
L3
DCDC+
DCDC+
Cat No.
1234567890-*
1234567890-*
FIELD INSTALLED OPTIONS:
DANGER
DC BUS CONDUCTORS AND CAPACITORS
OPERATE AT HIGH VOLTAGE. REMOVE POWER
AND WAIT 5 MINUTES BEFORE SERVICING
DANGER
DC BUS CONDUCTORS AND CAPACITORS
OPERATE AT HIGH VOLTAGE. REMOVE POWER
AND WAIT 5 MINUTES BEFORE SERVICING
V/T2
U/T1
V/T2
W/T3
Output Power Terminals
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U/T1
W/T3
Output Power Terminals
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Figure 38 - Frame 11
L2
L1
L1
L3
L3
L2
Note: 600V AC input, 460A and 502A
frame 11 drives only have one set of Input
Power Terminals.
DC+
DC-
U/T1
V/T2
W/T3
Output Power Terminals
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Figure 39 - Frames 13 and 14
Output Power Terminals
when du/dt Filters Not Installed
U/T1
V/T2
Inverter Power Structures
Shown Only
Output Power Terminals
when du/dt Filters Not Installed
U/T1
W/T3
Side View
U/T1
V/T2
V/T2
W/T3
Side View
U/T1
W/T3
V/T2
W/T3
Busbars Connecting Output Power Terminals to du/dt
Filters Supplied by Customer
Output Power Terminals when
du/dt Filters Installed
Output Power Terminals when
du/dt Filters Installed
Other Component
Installation
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For installation of devices such as circuit breakers, fuses, EMC grounding etc. it is
recommended that an installation plate be mounted in front of the AC choke.
The bottom portion must be left open for air circulation. Fuses must be user
supplied.
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Component Dimensions
Figure 40 - Frame 10 and 12 Power Structures
30 (1.2)
455 (17.9)
12 (0.47) x 23 (0.91)
500 (19.7)
425 (16.7)
40 (1.6)
50 (2.0)
102 (4.0)
57 (2.2)
17
(0.67)
850
(33.5)
879
(34.6)
1120
(44.1)
DANGER
DC BUS CONDUCTORS AND CAPACITORS
OPERATE AT HIGH VOLTAGE. REMOVE POWER
AND WAIT 5 MINUTES BEFORE SERVICING
12 (0.47) Dia.
2 Places
325
(12.8)
Dimensions are in mm and (in.).
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Figure 41 - Frame 11 Power Structure
709 (30.0)
468 (18.4)
225 (8.9)
225 (8.9)
67 (2.6)
12 (0.47) Dia.
13 (0.51) Dia.
1130
(44.5)
850
(33.5)
1155
(45.5)
DANGER
DC BUS CONDUCTORS AND CAPACITORS
OPERATE AT HIGH VOLTAGE. REMOVE POWER
AND WAIT 5 MINUTES BEFORE SERVICING
13 (0.51) Dia.
12 (0.47) Dia.
45
(1.8)
100
(3.9)
225 (8.9)
225 (8.9)
Dimensions are in mm and (in.).
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67 (2.6)
PowerFlex 700S and 700H Frames 10...14 IP00, NEMA/UL Open Power Structures
Figure 42 - Two NFE Converters - Frames 13 and 14
317.3
(12.5)
77
(3.0)
24.5
(1.0)
85
(3.4)
154
(6.1)
190
(7.5)
49
(2.0)
1050
(41.3)
1009
(40.0)
994
(39.1)
997
(39.3)
1012.5
(40.0)
1049
(41.3)
373
(14.7)
28
(1.1)
25
(1.0)
361
(14.2)
239
(9.4)
117.5
(4.6)
14
(0.6)
450
(17.7)
40
(1.6)
65
(2.6)
22
(0.9)
65
(2.6)
75
(3.0)
381
(15.0)
18.5
(0.7)
Ø 13 (0.5)
9 Places
20
(0.8)
383
(15.1)
156
(6.1)
65
(2.6)
65
(2.6)
AC Input Terminal Detail
Section A-A
Dimensions are in mm and (in.).
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Figure 43 - Three NFE Converters - Frames 13 and 14
317.3
(12.5)
85
(3.4)
27
(1.1)
232 (9.1)
Center-Center
Typical
147
(5.8)
190
(7.5)
42
(1.7)
1050
(41.3)
1009
(40.0)
994
(39.1)
997
(39.3)
1012.5
(40.0)
373
(14.7)
A
26.5
(1.0)
25
(1.0)
361
(14.2)
677
(26.7)
19.5
(0.8)
232
(9.1)
232
(9.1)
65
(2.6)
381
(15.0)
18.5
(0.7)
20
(0.8)
156
(6.1)
Dimensions are in mm and (in.).
56
75
(3.0)
40
(1.6)
65
(2.6)
382
(15.0)
28
(1.1)
A
708
(28.0)
120
(4.7)
1049
(41.3)
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Ø 13 (0.5)
9 Places
65
(2.6)
65
(2.6)
AC Input Terminal Detail
Section A-A
PowerFlex 700S and 700H Frames 10...14 IP00, NEMA/UL Open Power Structures
Figure 44 - Three Inverters - Frames 13 and 14
Ø 10 (0.4) Mounting Holes in
Module Carrier
6 Places
12.5 (0.5)
Typical
486.8
(19.2)
15 (0.6)
Typical
85
(3.4)
147
(5.8)
Ø 20 (0.8)
6 Places
232
(9.1)
C-C Typical
Detail A
Ø 8.5 (0.3)
2 Places
Ø 18 (0.7)
2 Places
Ø 18 (0.7)
2 Places
See Detail A
128
(5.4)
1009
(39.7)
197.5
(7.8)
994
(39.1)
373
(14.7)
A
26.5
(1.0)
708
(27.9)
677
(26.7)
15.5
(0.6)
40
(1.6)
1032
(40.6)
977
(38.5)
1012.5
(40.0)
Ø 8.5 (0.3)
4 Places
288
(11.3)
232
(9.1)
72
(2.8)
28
(1.1)
A
232
(9.1)
25
(1.0)
Ø 26 (1.0)
2 Places
496
(19.5)
83.5
(3.3)
150
(5.9)
461.8
(18.2)
521
(20.5)
553
(21.8)
Ø 13 (0.5)
9 Places
20
(0.8)
254.2
(10.0)
25
(1.0)
50
(2.0)
50
(2.0)
Motor Terminal Detail
Section A-A
Dimensions are in mm and (in.).
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PowerFlex 700S and 700H Frames 10...14 IP00, NEMA/UL Open Power Structures
Figure 45 - AC Chokes
C
H
A
P
B
G
F
I
L
K
M
Choke
Catalog
Number
CHK0261
CHK0400
CHK0520
CHK0650
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Dimensions - mm (in.)
A
B
C
D
E1
E2
354
(13.9)
350
(13.8)
497
(19.6)
497
(19.6)
150
(5.9)
150
(5.9)
200
(7.9)
200
(7.9)
275
(10.8)
275
(10.8)
–
357
(14.1)
421
(16.6)
446
(17.6)
496
(19.5)
230
(9.1)
262
(10.3)
244
(9.6)
244
(9.6)
108
(4.3)
140
(5.5)
145
(5.7)
145
(5.7)
F
288
(11.3)
354
(13.9)
351
(13.8)
400
401
(15.7) (15.8)
O
E1
E2
D
N
J
M
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Weight
kg (lb)
319
(12.6)
383
(15.1)
399
(15.7)
449
(17.7)
206
(8.1)
238
(9.4)
204
(8.0)
206
(8.1)
62
(2.4)
67
(2.6)
77
(3.0)
77
(3.0)
23
(0.9)
19
(0.7)
21
(0.8)
21
(0.8)
30
(1.2)
30
(1.2)
40
(1.6)
40
(1.6)
15
(0.6)
15
(0.6)
20
(0.8)
20
(0.8)
120
(4.7)
120
(4.7)
165
(6.5)
165
(6.5)
9 x 14
(0.4 x 0.6)
9 x 14
(0.4 x 0.6)
13
(0.5) Dia.
13
(0.5) Dia.
9 x 14
(0.4 x 0.6)
11 x 15
(0.4 x 0.6)
11 x 15
(0.4 x 0.6)
11 x 15
(0.4 x 0.6)
39
(1.5)
39
(1.5)
43
(1.7)
45
(1.8)
53
(117)
84
(185)
115
(254)
130
(384)
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Figure 46 - 1200 Amp du/dt Filters
Detail A
233
(9.2)
77
(3.0)
See Detail A
26
(1.02)
42.5
(1.7)
140
(5.5)
140
(5.5)
Ø 14 (0.6)
12 Places
17
(0.67)
17
(0.67)
26
(1.02)
500
(19.7)
Dimensions are in mm and (in.).
280
(11.0)
90
(3.5)
204
(8.0)
350
(13.8) 420
(16.5)
35
(1.4)
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14.5
(0.6)
Ø 11 x 15L
(0.4 x 0.6L) Slot
8 Places
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PowerFlex 700S and 700H Frames 10...14 IP00, NEMA/UL Open Power Structures
Figure 47 - PowerFlex 700H Control Unit (Removed from Control Frame)
Frames 10, 11 and 13
59 (2.3)
16 (0.6)
8.5 (0.3)
Fiber
Adapter
Board
328
(12.9)
300
(11.8)
Rear
64 (2.5)
146 (5.7)
Side
Front
Frames 12 and 14
Star
Coupler
Board
Rear
Side
Dimensions are in mm and (in.).
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Figure 48 - PowerFlex 700S Control Cassette (Removed from Control Frame)
65.0
(2.6)
156
(6.1)
311
(12.2)
326
(12.8)
290
(11.4)
305
(12.0)
285
(11.2)
Dimensions are in mm and (in.).
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Figure 49 - Control Frame - 535 mm (21.1 in.) Wide
535 (21.1)
90 (3.5)
122 (4.8)
5.8 (0.23) Dia. - 3 Places
for Mounting Entire Assembly
Hinge
Mounting Slots
2 Places
12 (0.5)
7.5 (0.30) Typ.
34 (1.3)
188
(7.4)
See
Detail
325
(12.8)
446
(17.6)
188
(7.4)
Field Installed Options
X50
Firmware
Firmware
HIM
I/O
Comm
32 (1.3)
122
(4.8)
13 (0.51) Typ.
18 (0.69) Typ.
12 (0.47) Typ.
6 (0.24) Dia.
2 Places
Detail
Dimensions are in mm and (in.).
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Figure 50 - Control Frame - 733 mm (28.9 in.) Wide
733 (28.9)
5.8 (0.23) Dia. - 3 Places
for Mounting Entire Assembly
90 (3.5)
122 (4.8)
Hinge
11 (0.45)
Mounting Slots
2 Places
7.5 (0.30) Typ.
34 (1.3)
188
(7.4)
See
Detail
325
(12.8)
446
(17.6)
188
(7.4)
Field Installed Options
Firmware
Firmware
HIM
I/O
Comm
32 (1.3)
122
(4.8)
13 (0.51) Typ.
17 (0.68) Typ.
12 (0.47) Typ.
6 (0.24) Dia.
2 Places
Detail
Dimensions are in mm and (in.).
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