A1000 Drive

FAQs

  Question Posted Date

What A1000 enclosure types are available?

01/03/2011

On the A1000 series, if a unidirectional 3-wire control is desired, can the directional digital input (H1-0X = 0) be disabled?

11/13/2013

My drive has a CPF25 fault on it, my V1000 manual has no information on this alarm. What are some troubleshooting techniques to apply?

10/29/2012

Is the A1000 the same physical size as F7?

01/04/2011

Is the A1000 dual rated?

01/04/2011

In troubleshooting LF fault the manual says the output current has exceeded 5% imbalance. How can I calculate this imbalance?

04/01/2014

In Normal Duty mode, is the default carrier frequency higher than 2kHz?

01/04/2011

If the drives carrier frequency is changed , is it necessary to re-autotune the drive?

04/09/2012

I am writing to the speed reference register using MODBUS TCP/IP for my 1000 series drive, yet U1-01 does not read properly. I can write to other registers with no problem. What are my possible issues?

08/13/2013

I am using the MOP function on the 7 series drives and on my deceleration; the drive is following the speed pot instead of the deceleration time. Why is that?

02/28/2013

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