Rockwell Automation releases Allen-Bradley PowerFlex 6000 medium-voltage drives with sensorless vector control

  Rockwell Automation Releases Allen-Bradley PowerFlex 6000 Medium Voltage Drives with Sensorless Vector Control

14. May 2018 – Heavy-industry users can now use Allen-Bradley's PowerFlex 6000 medium-voltage converters to meet a wider range of application requirements. Rockwell Automation has added a sensorless vector control (SVC) to the drives for 0-200 amp applications, additional voltage levels, and a standard-efficiency transformer option for the Asia-Pacific market. With an earlier introduction for applications at 200-680 amps in 2017, SVC is now available for voltages from 0 to 680 amps and 2.3 to 11 kV.

The SVC addition gives the PowerFlex 6000 drives in the 0-200A range, already available from 200 amps. It provides constant torque without the need for an encoder.

Two new voltage values ​​are now also available for the 0-680 A range. The first is 6.9 kV, most common in Canada, and the second is 11 kV, most commonly found in Australia and Europe.

In addition, a standard efficiency transformer option is now available for the Asia-Pacific market. About Rockwell Automation

Rockwell Automation is dedicated to industrial automation and information, making its customers more productive and the world more sustainable. Headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Rockwell Automation employs approximately 22,000 people in more than 80 countries.

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