The 25B-D4P0N104 AC drive is a product of Allen-Bradley and belongs to the series PowerFlex 525, with Embedded EtherNet/IP and Safety.
Here are the technical specifications for the Allen-Bradley PowerFlex 525 25B-D4P0N104 AC drive:
- Output Power Rating: 1.5 kW (2 hp) (Normal and Heavy-duty)
- Output Voltage Rating: 480 VAC, 3 Phase
- Output Current: 4 Amps
- Input Voltage: 323-528V, 3 Phase
- Interface Module: Standard
- Protection Rating: IP20 NEMA / Open Type
- Frame: Size A
- EMC Filtering Options: No Filter
- Ambient Temperature: -20°C to 50°C (-4°F to 122°F)
- Dimensions: 152 x 72 x 172 mm
The device is equipped with an isolated gate bipolar transistor that improves the efficiency and efficacy of the alternating current drive. A standard braking system is also provided to enhance the speed control characteristics of the device. The drive can also be used for torque control applications and can modulate the frequency of the input signals transmitted to the device. The drive functions on an input power supply of 480 volts of three-phase alternating current and is compatible with a voltage supply with a frequency ranging from 47 Hertz to 63 Hertz.
This AC drive by Allen-Bradley offers support for accessory cards, and can support up to 2 cards at a time.
The 25B-D4P0N104 interacts through an embedded Ethernet/IP port, allowing control of the Ethernet network and a built-in RS-485 serial interface, allowing for a multi-drop communication setup.
The 25B-D4P0N104 also comes with the MainsFree programming feature, which lets users quickly configure the 25B-D4P0N104 without powering up the control module.
The driver is equipped with fuses and circuit breakers to protect the components of the industrial automation system from sudden spikes in voltage and current. In order to add a layer of protection to the control system, the alternating drive is also designed to incorporate the PowerFlex Safe-Torque-Off function.
The primary function of the Safe-Torque-Off mode is to block gate-firing signals from affecting the insulated gate bipolar transistors in the alternating current drive. This ensures that the transistors function per the user’s requirement and allows the operator to control several aspects of the control system. The Safe-Torque-Off mode can also be used with other safety devices and switches to protect critical components in the automation system.