ABB micro drives ACS150, 0.37 to 4 kWABB micro drives bring speed control benefits to a wide variety of applications
Get the best out of your basic applications.
ABB micro drives, ACS150
Get the best out of your basic applications
Even your smallest motors can enjoy the daily dependability, reliability and performance of our drive technology. The ABB micro drives can be conveniently tuned to your business needs with precise speed control and simple integration. Add compact efficiency, convenient global service and expertise, and you have everything you need to add big benefits to your small motors.
Take smooth performance to the next level with the wide power range and functionality of ACS150. Available in both single and three phase supplies. The drives are easy to select and provide a range of built-in features as standard including PID control, brake chopper, fixed keypad and speed control potentiometer. An
optional FlashDrop drive configuration tool makes configuring unpowered drives quick and easy.
The ABB micro drives meet the requirements of OEMs, machinery builders and panel builders. These drives are widely available through the ABB distribution network.
• Power range 0.37 to 4 kW/0.5 to 5 Hp
• IP20 enclosure
• Scalar control
• Integrated user interface and potentiometer
• Built-in brake chopper
• Built-in EMC filter for 2nd environment
|Worldwide availability and service|
Drives are available worldwide and permanently stocked in four regions.
Dedicated global service and support network that is one of the widest in the industry.
|Fast and reliable delivery with dedicated support to any country in the world.|
|User-friendly LCD control panel and integrated potentiometer||Clear alphanumeric display. Easy setup and use.||Time savings due to quick setup and simple configuration.|
|Flexible mounting alternatives||Screw or DIN rail mounting, sideways or side-by-side.||One drive type can be used in various designs, saving installation costs and time.|
|Integrated EMC filter||High electromagnetic compatibility.||Low EMC emissions in selected environments.|
|Built-in brake chopper as standard||No need for an external brake chopper.||Space savings, reduced installation cost.|
|FlashDrop tool||Faster and easier drive setup and commissioning for volume manufacturing and maintenance. The FlashDrop tool enables both downloading and uploading drive parameters.||Fast, safe and trouble-free parameter setting without the need to power-up the drive. Patented.|
|PID control||Varies the drive’s performance according to the need of the application.||Enhances production output, stability and accuracy|
|Coated boards||Board coating protects the electronics from hazards including static discharge and airborne contaminates, including moisture.||Reduces maintenance due to good protection of|
ABB micro drives, ACS150
In mixing applications the drive provides high starting torque which benefits the start of the mixing operation. The silent operation mode adjusts the switching frequency of the drive to a higher level after the high-torque start, resulting in lower audible noise. The FlashDrop tool provides a quick and safe way to configure multiple drives for identical mixer applications.
In conveyors the belt speed can be controlled using a drive and a motor. Production lines often have multiple stages, including conveyors, which need to be efficiently linked with each other to provide high production output. A drive provides smooth start and stop of the conveyor, thereby reducing mechanical stress and lowering maintenance costs.
A heat pump system consists of an indoor unit with fan and an outdoor unit with a compressor and a blower. The outdoor unit uses the compressor and the blower to dissipate the heat. The cooled air is blown indoors by fans located in the indoor unit. Drive allows the user to variably control the cooling power based on customer request. AC drives optimizes systems’ energy efficiency and smoothens system operation.
Fans are used for process cooling and ventilation in industrial, commercial and domestic environments. Using a drive to control air flow enables energy savings compared to mechanical flow control methods. An ABB drive has integrated PID control which provides optimal air flow by adjusting the fan speed based on a given reference value.