Altivar Process 900 Variable Speed Drives Page 12 Altivar Process ATV900 variable speed drives overview

12 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Overview (continued) Variable speed drives Altivar Process ATV900 Integrated functions Altivar Process drives include numerous advanced functions for the more complex applications in each market segment. Advanced functions b Performance on motor control with an overload torque up to 150% Tn in an open or closed loop b Asynchronous, synchronous, special motors: all efficiency classes, brand independent, permanent magnet motors, torque motors, conical sliding rotor, reluctance b Integrated EtherNet/IP and Modbus TCP dual port, cybersecurity (Achilles Level 2) b Smart integration in PlantStruxure and Foxboro Evo process automation systems b Optimized energy efficiency, detection of energy consumption drift of the installation b Adaptation to the process by dedicated functions with modular design b Embedded safety functions STO SIL3 b Master/slave and load sharing with drive-to-drive capability: v torque sharing on rigid coupling v torque sharing on elastic coupling b Contextual access to technical documentation through dynamic QR code b Continuous and historical real-time measurements with customizable dashboards b Predictive maintenance (e.g.: temperatures with PT100/1000 probe, fan monitoring, etc.) Power measurement function Altivar Process drives integrate a power measurement function accurate to within 5%, based on measurement of the motor voltage and the power supply: b Process drift detection for installation reliability throughout its entire service life b Useful system performance information provided by comparing the energy used with the energy produced. Typical KPI is specific energy consumption. Users are therefore able to monitor and analyze input power, energy produced, and the KPIs directly from the drive or from the process management system. Safety and monitoring functions The Safety function STO and numerous monitoring functions are provided to help protect people and equipment. b Advantages: v Time savings in terms of installation design and compliance v Fewer components and cables v Optimum space v Simplified setup of machines v Improved maintenance performance; limited machine intervention time and installation downtime v Optimized conditions for maintenance operations b Conformity to standards EN/IEC 61508, EN/ISO 13849, IEC 61800-5-2 b Integrated STO (Safe Torque Off) function, SIL3/Ple b Monitoring function to help protect against premature wear Variable speed drives: page 18 Configuration and runtime tools: page 22 Combinations: page 26 Dimensions: page 66

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