A1000 Drive

FAQs

  Question Posted Date

How to change motor direction when rotating backwards?

10/30/2012

How do I save and recall parameter settings for User Initialization?

02/28/2013

How do I re-allocate a digital input on a DI-100 or DI-101?

10/03/2013

How do I get a 0-20mA signal out of the analog outputs?

02/28/2013

How do I create a User-Set scaling in the 1000 series drives?

02/28/2013

How does the physical size of the GA800 compare with the A1000?

01/11/2019

How does GA800 differ from A1000 when installing the drive outside of an enclosure?

01/11/2019

How can the design life of the A1000 be twice that of the F7?

01/04/2011

Hbb fault occurs with the H1,H2 and HC jumpered, what else could the issue be?

08/28/2012

Does the A1000 have a USB cable interface (instead of serial) for direct connection to a computer, and do I need anything else?

02/29/2012

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