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Our AC10’s now include the newest firmware offering from Parker, this allows full functionality of the DSE Lite software offering access to all function blocks previously only available in the obsolete 650 drives. Due to its compact dimensions and high end features, usually only associated with higher specification AC drives, the AC10 proves to be extremely versatile, features include sensorless vector mode, an output frequency up to 590 Hz, 3 phase 400VAC supplies in all 5 frame sizes and a full 150 % overload at 0.5 Hz for 1 minute. The AC10 provides an optimised solution for OEM machine builders who are looking for a compact, cost-effective, energy saving variable speed ac drive without compromising on performance.
AC10 Inverters are designed to reduce the time and effort required to install, setup and commission through its easy to use integrated keypad. Minimal wiring requirements and two easily accessed terminal rails make AC10 Inverter drive fast and simple to install, having you up and running in no time at all. Auto-tuning sensorless vector mode takes AC10 beyond simple V/Hz control allowing users requiring greater dynamic speed or torque control for their application to benefit from the drives enhanced 0.5 % speed and 5 % torque accuracy.
Here you can find Setup videos and guides we have put together.
Parker AC10 Installation How To
Parker AC10 Initial Setup How To
All drives and motors are given IP ratings. These ratings relate to the ability to keep foreign objects out of the case and the internals of the Drive or Motor, and therefore causing damage. The ratings chart below explains the numbering systems used. Parker make their AC10 range available in both IP20 and IP66 ratings, the only difference to these is the enclosure, the IP66 being understadably larger in dimensions.
Parker AC10 Drives
Parker Drives – Parker AC10 IP20 and IP66