Altivar 1260 Medium Voltage Drives Page 32 Human-machine-interface

Human-Machine-Interface (HMI) 32 Altivar 1260 MV variable speed drive Magelis GTO 4310 The HMI panels communicate with the converter CCU (Converter Control Unit) through the Modbus RTU communications protocol or Modbus TCP communications protocol. Multiple access levels are available (e.g. MANAGER, USERTEC). It presents a series of panels that are used to monitor and control the most common features of the converter. The most common panels, such as those that display the trips and alarms of the converter, are accessible from any level of the application. In addition, there are pop-up panels for information and confirmation purposes. HMI capabilities Control the converter in local mode (start/stop status and sequencing), view ready for use / ready to run status Access drive measurements: direct voltage measured in DC bus, output voltage, efficient output current, output active power, speed actual value (HZ or RPM), torque Identify the source of power and torque limitations Adjust converter IP configuration View temperatures, alarms and trips from PT100 sensors Evaluate initial conditions necessary to be ready to run Access and set software limits and conditions Work on encoders in manual or automatic mode Export data to FTP server or USB for further analysis Range of product Magelis GTO Product type Advance touchscreen, backlit color TFT LCD Display 65536 colors, 640 x 480 pixels VGA Display size 7.5 inch Touch sensitive zone 1024 x 1024 Backlight lifespan 50,000 hours @ 25C Supply External source, 24 VDC Battery Lithium for internal RAM, autonomy: 100 days, charging time = 5d, battery life = 10 years Memory 96 MB flash (EPROM) Data backed up 512 kB internal RAM (SRAM) Power consumption <= 12 W Brightness 16 levels Dimensions (HxWxD) 6.8 x 8.6 x 2.4 inches Weight 2.65 lbs Environment 0 to 55 degrees C, 10 to 90% RH without condensation, < 2000 m Cooling Natural convection Protection NEMA 4X front panel (indoor use) Standards EN 61131-2, IEC 61000-6-2, UL 508 Hierarchical organization of the panels in the application

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