Frequency inverter - VFD 12 B6 A3B-3900 - 2693295

B6 frequency inverter (4 kW) for 400 V/3 phases with IP20 design for asynchronous motors (geared motors); digital and analog signals interface the B6 frequency inverters to the controller (without Interbus/Sercos)

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B6 frequency inverters (4 kW) for 400 V / 3 phases in IP20 type for asynchronous motors (geared motors) without Interbus / Sercos

Nominal current: 9.5 A
Maximum current: 17.1 A

The B6 range is available for standard applications when the coupling to the controller is carried out via digital or analog signals.
The B6 range forms the economical entry level for controlled drive tasks with asynchronous motors in the application range of 4 kW whereby the higher-level PLC should (remote) control the speed.

Integrated in a ready-for-connection way, it offers spark interference according to class B and enables keyboard operation, including a corresponding display. For easy operation and start-up - including parameter transfers and oscilloscope function - the free Combivis software is connected via the diagnostic interface.

The functional mechanics enable a direct alignment in the control cabinet installation


General functions:
• 8 programmable parameter records with PID controller
• S ramps
• Network-off function
• Electronic motor protection
• I2t simulation
• Fast digital input
• No integrated brake transistor

Signal connections: (same in all 8 versions of the B6 range)
• 5 digital inputs
• 1 digital output
• 1 analog input 0-10 V / 0(4)-20 mA
• 1 analog output 0-10 V
• 1 relay output
• Storage temperature -25°C ... 70 °C
• Operating temperature -10°C ... 45°C

Key Commercial Data

Orderkey 2693295
Packing unit 1 pc
Note Made to Order (non-returnable)
GTIN 4046356462624
Weight per Piece (excluding packing) 750.000 g
Custom tariff number 85044084
Country of origin DE (Germany)

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