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Altivar 12 variable speed drives



(continued) Dialogue and configuration tools

Human-Machine Interface (HMI) The 4-digit display (2) can be used to display states and detected faults, access parameters and modify them via the navigation button (3) . The RUN and STOP buttons (4) can be made accessible on the front panel by removing the blanking plate (5) from the door; they must be configured in order to be active. Simple Loader and Multi-Loader configuration tools The Simple Loader tool enables configuration from a powered-up drive to be duplicated on another powered-up drive. The Multi-Loader tool enables configurations from a PC or drive to be copied and duplicated on another drive; the Altivar 12 drives do not need to be powered up. SoMove setup software The SoMove setup software can be used with the Altivar 12 drive for configuration, adjustment, debugging (using the Oscilloscope function) and maintenance, just as it can for all other Schneider Electric variable speed drives and soft starters. It can also be used to customize the integrated display terminal menus. It can be used with a direct connection or a Bluetooth wireless connection. Remote display terminal The Altivar 12 drive can be connected to a remote display terminal, which is available as an option. This terminal can be mounted on an enclosure door with IP 54 or IP 65 degree of protection. The maximum operating temperature is 50C. It provides access to the same functions as the Human-Machine interface.

Multi-Loader configuration tool Remote terminal with cover closed Remote terminal with cover open: RUN, FWD/REV and STOP buttons accessible 4 3 2 ATV12H075M2 with door on front panel open 5 1


The Altivar 12 drive also features the following:

Application functions

b Switching between local control and control via the terminals b Motor control profiles: standard (V/F), performance (sensorless vector control) and pump/fan (quadratic profile) b Frequency skip b Preset speeds b PID regulator b S ramp, U ramp, ramp switching b Freewheel stop, fast stop b Jog operation b Configuring of logic and analog I/O b Display of the logic input state b Underload and overload detection b Configuration of parameter display b Error log, etc.

Functions for pumping applications

b Sleep/wake-up b PID functions b Protection functions : v Protection against overloads and overcurrents in continuous operation (pump jamming) v Machine protection with control of operating direction v Installation protection with underload and overload detection

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