Sprint 340 - 0.55KW - 1Q Non Isolated
Sprint 340 - Ultra Compact DC Motor Control Non Isolated
0.55kW Din Rail Mounted DC Drive - Model 340 - 3.4 Amps (0.55KW/0.75HP) - Manufacturers Part Number: 340
Download the Sprint 340-1220 Manual Guide: Sprint Electrical 340 680 1220 Manual
Make upgrading your existing control panel easier. Save space in new DC single direction motor control systems. The ultra compact DIN rail mounting package lets you install quickly. Three options are available for controlling DC motors up to 12.2 Amps. You can use this versatile range of non-isolated controllers for permanent magnet, shunt wound motors or universal motors. To make your installation quick and simple, all 340, 680, and 1220 series controllers have easy to access drive adjustments, plug-on screw terminals and a small foot print from just 35mm x 105mm.
Specifications at a glance:
- DIN rail mounting
- Easy to access drive adjustments
- Plug-on screw terminals
- Small footprint
- 340 model 105 x 35 x 120(mm) H x W x D
- UL, CuL and CE approvedals
- Plug in terminals
- Can also drive universal motors
- Switch selectable Tach or Armature voltage feedback
- Adjustable IR compensation for improved AVF speed regulation
- Selectable dual voltage ac supply
- Aux speed trim input available in AVF mode
- Max motor speed
- Min motor speed
- IR comp
- Max motor current
- +10V output. 2mA max. (Use a 10K Ohm pot for external speed reference).
- MIN SPEED. (Connect to minimum end of external speed pot. 5K Ohms preset to common).
- SPEED INPUT. 0 to +10V speed input from pot wiper. 39K internal pull down.
- RUN. Internal 12K pull up to 12V. Open to stop, close to COMMON to run.
- TACH input. The tach feedback must be negative with respect to COMMON.
Low voltage 30/60V AC supply version available for 24/48V DC motors
|Mounted||DIN Rail Mounted|
|Product Family||Sprint DC Drives|
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