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1 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. PowerFlex 750-Series AC Drives Low Voltage Drives

2 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. PowerFlex  Family of Low Voltage Drives Power Performance Compact Standard Premium 2  PowerFlex drives meet worldwide standards out of-the-box, achieving EMC, global voltage and safety requirements. All PowerFlex drives offer commonality in networks, operator interface and programming — factors that significantly contribute to ease-of-use and faster application start-up.  PowerFlex Compact drives offer cost-effective motor control for machine-level and stand-alone applications (PowerFlex 4, 4M, 40, 40P)  PowerFlex Standard drives are designed for application flexibility and control system integration (PowerFlex 400, 70, 700, 753 )  PowerFlex Premium drives are designed for advanced applications with tight control system integration and extended Power Ranges (PowerFlex 700L, 700H, 700S, 755 )

3 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. PowerFlex 753  Speed and torque control  Premier Integration to Rockwell Automation Architecture  Embedded I/O  General purpose applications  DeviceLogix for standalone applications  Wall mount construction  Power range:  0.75 to V  1.0 to V .5 to V  5.5 to V 3

4 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. PowerFlex 755  Speed, torque and position control  Embedded EtherNet/IP port  Performance applications  Coordinated drive systems applications  Positioning applications  Torqueprove (lifting)  DeviceLogix to complement system capabilities  Use of embedded instructions within RSLogix 5000 (CIP Motion)  Wall mount and floor mount construction  Power range  0.75 to V  1.0 to V .5 to V  5.5 to V 4

5 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. PowerFlex 750-Series  Premier Integration into Logix  Reduction in the time required to develop and commission application  Elimination of address mismatch errors  Automatic Device Configuration  Flexibility – Base Drive + Option Cards  Hardware investment limited to what’s specificaly required  Common HW Options consistent across all models and power ratings  Open backplane allowing 3rd parties to develop specific option card  Enhanced Safety  Minimum incremental investment to achieve Safety Integrity Level (SIL) required by the application  Safe Torque Off / Safe Speed Monitor  Power Density  Maximized Power Ratings in Small Packages  Smaller footprint and lower installation costs  Easily Configured for AC and DC Common Bus Systems User-Optimized Features Enhance Drive Benefits 5

6 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. PowerFlex 750-Series  Advanced Diagnostic capabilities  Predictive maintenance for both drive and motor  Blown Fuse Detection  MOV Status Indicators  Embedded DeviceLogix  User logic controlling I/O connected to the drive as standalone application or complementing automation system  Maximizes onboard capabilities  Flexible Packaging Options  Deployment in multiple physical environments  Conformal coated boards for all environments  Consistent with most global packaging requirements  Ease of Use  Simplified learning curve, reduction of training expenses  HIM Wizards and common software configuration tools  Serviceability and maintenance User-Optimized Features Enhance Drive Benefits 6

7 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved.  Easy to Install & Use  Roll Out Design  Adjustable Wire Terminations  N-1 Operation  Remote Mountable Control Chassis  Easy to Maintain & Service  Modular Design - Low MTTR  Replaceable Surge Protectors  Easy to Monitor & Diagnose  Surge Protector & Fuse Feedback  Blower / Fan Feedback  Enhanced Sensing  Smart Features for Extra Savings  Integrated Fusing  Built-In EMC Filtering  Pre-Engineered Power Option Packages PowerFlex 750-Series: PowerFlex 755 Best in Class Serviceability, Diagnostics and Maintenance 7

8 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. Automotive Compressors Diverters Chain Conveyors Tire and Rubber Banbury Mixers Extruders Food and Beverage Agitators Fillers Mixers Conveyors Life Sciences Industrial / Qualified HVAC Mixing Labelers Conveyors Mining, Minerals, and Cement Ventilation Fans Conveyors Pumps Oil and Gas Compressors Pumpjacks Progressive Cavity Pumps Chemicals Mixers& Pumps Centrifuges Extruders Dryers Power Generation / Alternative Energy Cooling Fans Pumps Metals Cranes (Bridge and Trolley) Grinders Spindles Pulp and Paper Pumps Debarkers Shipbuilding and Marine Fire pumps Crane (Bridge and Trolley) Household and Personal Care Agitators Fillers Mixers Conveyors Water and Wastewater Pumps Blowers / Aerators 8 PowerFlex 753 Target Applications

9 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. Automotive Stamping presses Coile Chassis Lift Press feed Palletizers Cut to Length Tire and Rubber Banbury Mixers Extruders Shredders Food and Beverage Centrifuge (Sugar) Cappers Crushers Life Sciences Index Table Mining, Minerals and Cement Crushers Kiln Drives ID Fans Overland Conveyors Oil and Gas Pumpjacks (Regen) Chemicals Pumps Induction / Resistive Heating Injection Molding Power Generation / Alternative Energy Rail Car Dumpers Water and Wastewater Pumps Blowers / Aerators Metals Resistive / Inductive Heating Stirrers Cut to Length Flying Shear Friction Welding Pulp and Paper Chippers Log Carriages Shipbuilding and Marine Crane (Hoist) Cargo Elevators Propulsion & Thrusters Household and Personal Care Rotary Cutoff Tensioners Palletizers PowerFlex 755 Target Applications 9

10 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. Product Overview PowerOption cards Safety I/O Feedback Communications PackagingConfiguration tools HIM and Start Up Assistant Drive SW Tools RSLogix 5000 FeaturesAccessoriesCertifications 10

11 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. PowerFlex 750-Series AC Drives PowerFlex 755 Premium Integration AC Drive PowerFlex 755 Premium Integration AC Drive PowerFlex 753 General Purpose AC Drive PowerFlex 753 General Purpose AC Drive Panel Mount Drives 0.75 to V 1.0 to V.5 to V 5.5 to V Panel Mount Drives 0.75 to V 1.0 to V.5 to V 5.5 to V Panel Mount Drives 0.75 to V 1.0 to V.5 to V 5.5 to V Panel Mount Drives 0.75 to V 1.0 to V.5 to V 5.5 to V Floor Mount AC Drives 315 to V 400 to V 250 to V 200 to V Floor Mount AC Drives 315 to V 400 to V 250 to V 200 to V PowerFlex 750-Series AC Drives Ratings to 250 kW / 350 Hp Ratings to 1500 kW / 2000 Hp 11

12 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. Product Overview PowerOption cards Safety I/O Feedback Communications PackagingConfiguration tools HIM and Start Up Assistant Drive SW Tools RSLogix 5000 FeaturesAccessoriesCertifications 12

13 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. PowerFlex 750-Series Control and Option slots Control Board Option Slots PowerFlex 755  Power Ratings:  400/480V AC: 0.75…1400 kW / 1.0…2000 Hp  600/690V AC:.5…1500 Hp / 5.5…1500 kW  5 option slots for communications, safety, feedback, I/O, and auxiliary power supply  3 option slots for frame 1  Standard embedded EtherNet/IP port PowerFlex 753  Power Ratings:  400/480V: 0.75…250 kW/ 1.0…350 Hp  600/690V:.5…300 Hp / 5.5…250 kW  3 option slots for communications, safety, feedback and additional I/O  Standard embedded I/O Control Board Option Slots Additional Power Supply 13

14 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. PowerFlex 750-Series Option Cards  The PowerFlex 750-Series is unique in that most of the options are common between the PowerFlex 753 and PowerFlex 755  This commonality helps reduce inventory and spare parts  Options include:  HIM  Communications  Auxiliary Power  I/O  Feedback Encoder Interface  Safety  The Option Development Kit provides the tools for 3 rd parties to develop application or network specific option card 14

15 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. Custom cards behave no differently than any other card. As long as a user properly follows the provided DPI/SI specification in the kit, the card will present itself correctly in all drive software tools (i.e. DriveExplorer, Executive and AOPs) PowerFlex 750-Series Options Development Toolkit PowerFlex 750-Series Options Development Kit  Fundamental feature of PowerFlex 750-Series drive  Access to the drive backplane  Toolkit to develop custom application hardware and software  Results in a “custom” card for PowerFlex 750-Series drives  Customers benefit from the Options Development Kit with:  Increased functionality for their solution while speeding time to market  Reduced component footprint and system complexity by integrating function specific modules directly into drive  Simplified integration to proprietary networks  Protection for customer’s intellectual property  Differentiation for application or machine in the marketplace 15

16 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. PowerFlex 750-Series Safety Option cards FunctionCatalog #PF753PF 755Safety CategoryNotes Safe Torque Off S Cat.3 and PL e /EN ISO SIL CL3 / IEC & EN ,2,3 Safe Speed Monitor S1 Cat. 4 and PL e / EN ISO SIL CL3 / IEC & EN ,5,6 1.Prevents drive restarts after safety circuit is tripped 2.Requires the use of any external safety relay to meet EN , Category 3 3.Removal of enable and safety jumpers required 4.Reduce and safely monitor the speed of an application 5.Safe Speed Monitor option card does not require use of an external safety relay 6.Application of Safe Speed Monitor requires one of the Encoder Feedback cards below:  Dual Incremental Encoder: DENC-1  Universal Feedback card : UFB-1 16

17 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. PowerFlex 750-Series AC Drives Auxiliary Power 24V DC Auxiliary Power Option Card  Maintains control power when main power is removed  Communication to the drive remains active  Allows complete drive status and diagnostics to the controller  Allows DeviceLogix to run to control inputs/outputs  24V DC power supply required  Available in all frame sizes Allows customers to maintain communication with drive 17

18 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. PowerFlex 750-Series AC Drives Inputs and Outputs PowerFlex 753PowerFlex 755 Embedded I/O3 Digital Inputs 1 - selectable 24VDC or 115VAC VDC only Selectable sinking or sourcing 1 Digital Input standard 1 Relay Output Contact rated at 2 Amps Max 1 Transistor Output 24V DC 250mA Max Load 1 Analog Input Isolated, bipolar, differential, ±10V, 4-20 mA, 11 bit & sign, 88k ohm input impedance 1 Analog Output Bipolar, ±10V, 11 bit & sign, 2 k ohm min load 4-20 mA, 11 bit & sign, 400 ohm max load 1 PTC Input Option cardsMultiple I/O options to support multiple voltages 24V DC 115V AC Control I/O features include Analog loss detection Timed outputs PTC input Multiple I/O options to support multiple voltages 24V DC 115V AC Control I/O features include Analog loss detection Timed outputs PTC input 18

19 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. PowerFlex 750 – Encoder Feedback options DescriptionCat. No.PF 753PF 755Notes Single Incremental Encoder ENC-1 Dual Incremental Encoder DENC-1 1 Universal Feedback UFB-1No 1,2,3 Notes: 1.Using the Safe Speed Monitor card requires Dual Incremental Encoder or Universal Feedback option 2.Homing and registration functions not supported when using Embedded Motion Control Instructions in Logix controllers (CIP Motion) – Must use Universal Feedback card 3.Rotary Incremental, Linear, high resolution, Sine Cos (SC), Full Digital (FD), Heidenhain EnDat (2.1 and 2.2), Stegmann Hiperface, SSI, BiSS, “Temposonic”, “Stahl” 19

20 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. OptionCat No EtherNet/IP20-COMM-E* √ Embedded port Dual-port EtherNet/IP ENETR √√ ControlNet CNETC √√ DeviceNet DNET √√ Profibus DPV PBUS √√ Profinet IO PNETfuture Modbus RTU 20-COMM-H* √√ Metasys N2 20-COMM-H* √√ P1 FLN 20-COMM-H* √√ LonWorks 20-COMM-L* √√ BACnet/IP BNETIP √√ Mobus/TCP 20-COMM-M* √√ CANopen 20-COMM-K* √√ ControlNet Fiber 20-COMM-Q* √√ RS485 DF1 20-COMM-S* √√ *PowerFlex 750- Series support existing 20-COMM communication cards with COMM carrier option. PowerFlex 750-Series Communication Options 20

21 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. Product Overview PowerOption cards Safety I/O Feedback Communications PackagingConfiguration tools HIM and Start Up Assistant Drive SW Tools RSLogix 5000 FeaturesAccessoriesCertifications 21

22 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. All PowerFlex 750-Series drives can be configured using: Drive HIM moduleCCW, DriveTools SP, DriveExplorer RSLogix 5000 Add-On Profiles — Premier Integration PowerFlex 755 drives additionally can be configured using: RSLogix 5000 embedded instructions (CIP Motion) PowerFlex 755 native to RSLogix 5000Program with motion control instructionsCIP Motion technology from 1 to 2000 HP Seamless integration with Logix platform Automatic device Configuration (ADC) for PF755 Reduced Engineering and commissioning time PowerFlex 750-Series Drive Configuration 22

23 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved.  Easier to use with less key strokes than previous products  Routine to help step through configuration of the drive  HIM Startup menu displayed on initial power up and cleared once Startup is complete  Questions prompt you through the routine and only expose configurations required for the application  Leads you through loading motor data and configuring feedback and I/O  Includes a Manual and Auto-tune procedure  Resetting the drive to defaults and a power cycle initializes the routine PowerFlex 750 Configuration HIM/Assisted Start-Up 23

24 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. Premier Integration – Customer Value * Figure obtained from timed side-by-side drive configuration comparison testing  Use one software tool to configure the entire Logix / drive system  Allows use of the same easy-to-use drive configuration Wizards used in DriveTools SP and DriveExplorer  Drive diagnostic, fault, alarm and event information is integral to RSLogix 5000  All drive configurations are saved in the RSLogix project file and in the Logix controller  Auto-generation of descriptive tag names  Eliminates the need to enter individual tag descriptions  Eliminates I/O addressing mismatch errors  Auto-generation of respective tag data types  Eliminates the need to convert from one data type to another  Controller & drive network connections are configured at the same time  Automatic Device Configuration (ADC) for PowerFlex 753 and 755 Integrated add-on-profiles (AOPs) reduce drive system development time by as much as 70%* 24

25 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. Automatic Device Configuration (ADC)  A v20 Logix-based feature that allows a user to configure their Logix system to automatically download a “large” device’s configuration - typically after it has been replaced  Configuration data for “large” devices resides in the ACD file and the Logix controller, but the download was a manual process in v16-v19  Also compliments:  Stratix 6000 & 8000 switches  Automatically assigns IP Address (if desired for the application)  Firmware Supervisor  Flash the drive and/or peripherals (if desired for the application) Download button Add-On Profile (AOP) of desired drive in RSLogix 5000 v20 released January ‘12 25

26 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. Maintain Device Replacement Process  Animation 26 EtherNet/IP 2:00 AM Stratix 6000 / 8000 IP Address FlashConfiguration

27 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved.  PowerFlex 755 is native to data structure in RSLogix 5000  Configuration  Motion instruction-based programming  Commissioning  Diagnostics and drive maintenance  Position, velocity, or torque control  Motion instruction programming  Positioning, gearing, camming, interpolation  Synchronized drive control  Simple and complex profile for 1 drive to 100+ drives  Velocity  Position with phase control  Safety options  SIL 3, Cat 4, PLe Safe Torque Off  SIL 3, Cat 4, PLe Safe Speed PowerFlex 755 with CIP Motion Power range and voltage  0.75…1500 kW / 1…2000 Hp  400/480V, 600/690V 27

28 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. Product Overview PowerOption cards Safety I/O Feedback Communications PackagingConfiguration tools HIM and Start Up Assistant Drive SW Tools RSLogix 5000 FeaturesAccessoriesCertifications 28

29 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. Packaging Options PowerFlex 750-Series PowerFlex 753 Wall Mounted IP 20 / NEMA 1 ( 50 0 C) IP 54 / NEMA 12 ( 40 0 C) Flange Mount ( 40 0 C) IP 20 Front / IP54 Back ( 50 0 /40 0 C) PowerFlex 755 Wall Mounted IP 20 / NEMA 1 ( 50 0 C) IP 54 / NEMA 12 ( 40 0 C) Flange Mount ( 40 0 C) IP 20 Front / IP54 Back ( 50 0 /40 0 C) Floor Mounted IP 20 / NEMA1 ( 40 0 C) IP 54 / NEMA12 ( 40 0 C) Open Style IP 00 / NEMA Type 0 ( 40 0 C) 29

30 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. PowerFlex 750-Series Wall Mounted Drives  Enclosure and packaging options to meet most environmental requirements  Open Type Cabinet Mount (40  C) IP00 / NEMA Type 0  Extra Protection Flange Mount (50° / 40°C)  Front = IP00/IP20 & NEMA/UL Open Type, Back = IP66 & NEMA/UL Type 4X  Extra Protection Wall Mount (40°C)  IP54 & NEMA/UL Type 12  NEMA 1 Kit converts Open Type to NEMA/UL Type 1  Conformal coating is standard Power Ratings to 250 kW / 350 Hp 30

31 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. 21G Standard Drive with Installed Option Bay 20G – Standard Floor Mount Drives UL Termination Kit is Not Required for Non-UL Applications Pre-Engineered Power Solutions for use with 20G Standard Drives  Pre-Engineered Solutions  Circuit Breaker or Disconnect  Contactor  Reactor  Centerline Bus  Saves Installation Time and Costs  Eliminates Accessory Sizing and Installation Errors  Reduces Cabinet Size and Flood Space 250 kW/350 Hp to 1500 kW/2000 Hp 400/480/600/690 VAC  Highly Robust & Reliable  Premium Serviceability, Diagnostics and Maintenance  Fiber Optic Paralleling for noise immunity  Segregated power and control wire channels  Application Flexibility  AC or Common DC Bus input  Segregated power and control wire channels PowerFlex 755 Floor Mounted Drives 31

32 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved.  No protection against dust or water ingress  Available as Modules and Kits  OEMs  System Integrators  Packagers  Installation in any cabinet style  Vertical Mounting  Horizontal Mounting  Provides protection from  Fingers (or similar objects)  No protection against water  Available as Complete Drives  Centerline 2500 Style Cabinet  Indoor Installations  Requires Clean and dry cooling air  Vertical Mounting Only  600 or 800 Mm Enclosures   Provides protection from  Dust  Splashing water  Available as complete drives  Centerline 2500 style cabinet  Indoor installations  Moderately dusty environments  Vertical mounting only  Always 800 mm deep w/bottom entry for field wiring Frame 8 with UL Termination Kit Frame 8 with Power Option bay Frame 8 Standard Drive PowerFlex 755 Floor Mounted Drives IP54 Enclosures IP20 Enclosures IP00 Enclosures Flexible Packaging Options for AC Input and DC Common Bus Drives 32

33 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. Minimum UL Requirements  Power Structure  Control POD  Control Cable and 24 VDC Supply Cable  UL Bus Bar Termination Kit Minimum Non UL Requirements  Power Structure  Control POD  Control Cable and 24 VDC Supply Cable  UL Bus Bar Termination Kit Requirements for NON UL Rated Drive Requirements for UL Rated Drive PowerFlex 755 IP00 Minimum Requirements UL Termination Kit is Not Required for Non UL Applications 33

34 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. Frame 10 Power Sizes Frame 9 Power Sizes Frame 8 Power Sizes Minimum Non UL Rated Parts QtyDescription 20G11T D545 ( AN0NNNNN) Amp, 480 Volt Power Structure Control POD POD1-F PH1-F8124 Volt DC Supply FCBL1-F81Fiber Optic Control Pod Connection Minimum Non UL Rated Parts QtyDescription 20G11T D545 ( AN0NNNNN) Amp, 480 Volt Power Structure Control POD POD1-F PH1-F8124 Volt DC Supply FCBL1-F81Fiber Optic Control Pod Connection Minimum Non UL Rated Parts QtyDescription 20G11T D545 ( AN0NNNNN) Amp, 480 Volt Power Structure Control POD POD1-F PH1-F8124 Volt DC Supply FCBL1-F81Fiber Optic Control Pod Connection D545, 480 V, 450 Hp (ND) D1K0, 480 V, 900 Hp (ND) D1K5, 480 V, 1350 Hp (ND) Configured with Common Power, Control and Spare Component Sets PowerFlex 755 IP00 Configuration 34

35 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. PowerFlex 755 Combined Line Ups  Reduced foot print by 30 % or more  Reduced installation time  Eliminate components from system design  Improved appearance and layout of MCC and drive panels rooms  Standard Connection to 2500 MCC  Reduced foot print by 30 % or more  Reduced installation time  Eliminate components from system design  Improved appearance and layout of MCC and drive panels rooms  Requires 2100 MCC Transition Section Coordinated CENTERLINE MCC Lineups CENTERLINE 2100 MCC CENTERLINE 2500 MCC Strong Competitive Advantage with Coordinated Installations 35

36 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. Control Pod & Cables 24VDC supply Fiber Optic Cable Interface Kit UL Termination Kits  AC Input Termination Kit  DC Termination Kit  AC Output Termination Kit Enclosure Mounting Kits  Back Panel Mounting Kit  Floor / Rail Mounting Kit Ventilation Kits  Outlet / Top Duct Kit  Inlet / Bottom Duct Kit Flexible and Complete IP00 Mounting Accessory Options PowerFlex 755 IP00 Mounting Accessories 36

37 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. PowerFlex 755 – Combined Line Ups Coordinated CENTERLINE MCC Lineups  IP20 or IP54 Enclosures  Reduced foot print by 30% or more  Fit more in a control room or e-house  Reduce floor space requirements  Less heat generation  Reduced installation time  Eliminate need to pull expensive power wire from MCC feeders to VFDs  Eliminate components from system design  Eliminate a set of circuit breakers, disconnect, conduit, wire, etc.  Improve appearance and layout of MCC and drive panels rooms  Connects to either 2500 or 2100 MCC  2100 MCC requires connection section  Available with blank MCC columns for panels, controls 37

38 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. Total panel width of 5.8 meters Drive Panel 1Drive Panel 2Drive Panel 3Drive Panel 4 Total panel width of 7.4 meters plus spacing between panels Power Cabling Footprint reduction approximately 30%. Eliminate expensive and time consuming power wiring between panels Line Up vs Traditional Packaging 38

39 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. PowerFlex 755 Floor Mounted  Common experience from low to high power  Highly Robust & Reliable  Conformal coating as standard  Efficient cooling with use of external air (sealed cooling channel)  Fiber Optic Paralleling Method  Application Flexibility  AC or Common DC Bus input  NEMA 1, NEMA 12, Open Type  IP00, IP20 and IP54 Enclosures  Top and/or bottom cable entry  Segregated power and control wire channels VoltageFrame 8Frame 9Frame V200 to 450 kW400 to 900 kW710 to 1400 kW 480 V300 to 700 HP600 to 1350 HP1100 to 2000 HP 600 V250 to 550 HP500 to 1100 HP1000 to 1500 HP 690 V200 to 530 kW450 to 1000 kW900 to 1500 kW 39

40 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved.  Easy to Install & Use  Roll Out Design  Adjustable Wire Terminations  N-1 Operation  Remote Mountable Control Chassis  Easy to Maintain & Service  Modular Design - Low MTTR  Replaceable Surge Protectors  Easy to Monitor & Diagnose  Surge Protector & Fuse Feedback  Blower / Fan Feedback  Enhanced Sensing  Smart Features for Extra Savings  Integrated Fusing  Built-In EMC Filtering  Pre-Engineered Power Option Packages PowerFlex 755 Floor Mounted 40

41 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved.  Roll out design provides easy access for installation or service  Field power wiring stays in place while unit is rolled out  Drive assembly rolls out completely  Option to roll out inverter only (converter & control stays in place) PF 755 Floor Mounted: Design Details 41

42 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. PF 755 Floor Mounted: Basic Architecture  Modular construction provides easy, separate replacement of:  Converter  Inverter  Capacitor Bank  Blower  Control Pod  Circuit Boards  Input Fuses  Surge Protector Assembly The PowerFlex 755 floor mounted drive helps minimize production downtime with its modular design and low MTTR (Mean Time to Repair) 42

43 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. Frame 9 600…1350 Hp Frame …2000 Hp Frame 8 350…700 Hp PF 755 Floor Mounted: Basic Architecture 43

44 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved.  Frame 9 and up combine parallel power structures to provide higher power ranges. Only one control pod is needed to operate these drives  N-1 allows customers to run at a reduced capacity if one of the power structures fails. This capability also helps reintroduce the power structure after repair.  Please note that the inoperable power core must be removed from the cabinet before power is restored to the remaining unit(s). Greater details provided on pages 423 to 425 of the Programming Manual (750-PM001C). N-1 Maximizes Application Uptime PowerFlex 755 Floor Mounted N-1 Functionality 44

45 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. PF 755 Floor Mounted - Configuration  Overall drive rating automatically determined (at every power up) by sum of individual drive sections  Detection of change results in prompting user to make decision  Keep original configuration?  Reconfigure as smaller system?  N-1 feature for continued operation with faulted or failed drive sections  Run at partial application load  Design system with extra drive capacity and run at full application load  Choice of actions when a section stops working  Fault Coast, Fault Ramp Stop, Continue Simple, Flexible, and Error Free Parallel Configurations 45

46 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved.  Can be configured and controlled using same software and tools as current 750-Series drives  RSLogix 5000  AOPs and auto device configuration  Embedded instructions (CIP Motion)  DriveTools & DriveExplorer  Consistent features and firmware throughout 750-Series  Differences  Main Control Board  Additional Parameters for High Power Architecture  Converters (Port 10)  Inverters (Port 11) PF 755 Floor Mounted - Configuration 46

47 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. PF 755 Floor Mounted - Design Details  600 mm and 800 mm cabinet depths  Roll out design  Provides generous room to perform wiring terminations  Flexible wiring options  Top Entry / Exit  Bottom Entry / Exit  Combination of Top/Bottom  Adjustable L Brackets provide flexibility in cable locations Top conduit plate Ground Connections Side bus bars Bottom conduit plate 47

48 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved.  Sealed cooling channel uses external air for main cooling  Reduces electrical component exposure to contamination from environmental elements  High volume fan pulls air into cooling channel  Forked fin heat sink helps dissipate heat PF 755 Floor Mounted - Design Details 48

49 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. Product Overview PowerOption cards Safety I/O Feedback Communications PackagingConfiguration tools HIM and Start Up Assistant Drive SW Tools RSLogix 5000 FeaturesAccessoriesCertifications 49

50 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. PowerFlex 750-Series AC Drives Conformal Coating Standard  Standard on all PowerFlex 750-Series drives  In harsh environments increases drive reliability  Protects components with micro lead spacings which are otherwise vulnerable to dust and moisture build up  Without coating, unintentional conductive paths can be formed, leading to circuit failure  Enclosures must still be considered in the overall application of a drive See Conformal Coating for Variable Speed Drives white paper for more information 50

51 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. PowerFlex 750-Series AC Drives Predictive Diagnostics  The PowerFlex 750-Series can be programmed to keep track of information that affects the life of its cooling fans and relay outputs, as well as customer motor and system bearings  Provides data on estimated life expectancy for fans and relays  Provides configuration for customer motor and system bearing data for drive monitoring  Provide advanced notification to help prevent unplanned downtime  Real time data provides actual time stamping from the real-time clock  Can configure and retrieve data via HIM, software tools, and RSLogix 5000  Information can be transferred to the controller as I/O tags 51

52 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. Heatsink Fan Example 52

53 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. Digital Output Contact Example 53

54 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. PowerFlex 750-Series AC Drives - Reliability  Thermal management algorithm  Increasing Drive Reliability  Lowers IGBT Junction Temperature Peaks during High Load Conditions 54

55 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved.  Standard feature on PF750-Series  Embedded Logic Control for  I/O Processing  Changing Dynamic Gains and Limits, etc.  Allows Customization of Drive Control for Applications  Stand Alone  Complimentary to supervisory control  Drive can make decisions in case of loss of communication with a controller  Programmed with Drive Software Tools  DriveExplorer v6.02 (and higher)  DriveTools SP v5.02 (and higher)  RSLogix 5000 Drive AOPs v3.01(and higher) PowerFlex 750-Series AC Drives DeviceLogix 55

56 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. Product Overview PowerOption cards Safety I/O Feedback Communications PackagingConfiguration tools HIM and Start Up Assistant Drive SW Tools RSLogix 5000 FeaturesAccessoriesCertifications 56

57 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. PowerFlex 755 Floor Mounted Installation & Removal Accessories  Roll-Out Cart designed specifically for PowerFlex 755 floor mounted drives  Ordered separately  Can use other commercially available equipment  Must meet requirements for weight and center of gravity information provided by Rockwell Automation  Safe handling according to customer’s policies and procedures Roll-Out Cart is highly recommended ! Don’t Forget to order one! 57

58 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. PowerFlex 755 Floor Mounted Drive Roll Out Cart Height adjustment ( 0 – 6” tall curb) Threaded hardware for fine adjustment Spacers for rough adjustment Steel casters 360 Deg. swivel Locking type Safety Clips Left / Right Alignment Guide Guide rails (left and right) “Stop and Lock” plate 58

59 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. Product Overview PowerOption cards Safety I/O Feedback Communications PackagingConfiguration tools HIM and Start Up Assistant Drive SW Tools RSLogix 5000 FeaturesAccessoriesCertifications 59

60 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. PowerFlex ® 750-Series - Certifications  The PowerFlex 750-Series meets worldwide standards and certifications for a wide variety of applications Certification CurrentFuture NEMA Frames 1 to 10 UL Frames 1 to 10 cUL Frames 1 to 10 SEMI F47 Frames 1 to 10 RoHS ---All Frames by 12/2012 GOST-R Frames 1 to 10 CE Frames 1 to 10 C-TICK Frames 1 to 10 KCC ---Select Ratings12/

61 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. PowerFlex ® 750-Series - Certifications  The PowerFlex 750-Series meets worldwide standards and certifications for a wide variety of applications Certification CurrentFuture TUV FS ISO/EN (EN954-1) Frames 1 to 10 ABS Frames 2 to 8Frames 1, 9,10 by 12/2012 Lloyd’s Register Frames 2 to 8Frames 1, 9,10 by 12/2012 RINA Frames 2 to 8Frames 1, 9,10 by 12/2012 EN Frames 1 to 10 Low Voltage EN Frames 1 to

62 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. PowerFlex ® 750-Series RoHS Compliance  RoHS 1 – Effective 2006  Did not require compliance for LV Drives  Restricts the use of six hazardous materials  PF750-Series products use RoHS Compliant Materials  RoHS 2 – Effective 2011  LV Drive now are required to comply  Has the same restricted materials and limits.  Requires Documentable compliance by 2017  Certification Documentation Process Started  All RA LV Drives targeted compliant by 2015 Sample Letter of Certification PF750-Series RoHS 2 Certification will be complete December

63 Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. Additional Information PowerFlex® 750-Series AC DriveLinks PowerFlex 750-Series Product Profile750-PP001 PowerFlex 750-Series Technical Data750-TD001 PowerFlex 750-Series Installation Instructions750-IN001 PowerFlex 750-Series Programming Manual750-PM001 Firmware UpdatesWeb Link PowerFlex Family Selection GuidePFLEX-SG002 PowerFlex Family BrochurePFLEX-BR008 63

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