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Fan speed controller for DIN rail mounting, TVSS5-60CDT
Fan speed controller for DIN rail mounting, TVSS5-60CDT
AC fan speed controller with analogue input - DIN rail - Imax 6 A
AC fan speed controller with analogue input - DIN rail - Imax 6 A
AC fan speed controller with analogue input - DIN rail - Imax 6 A
AC fan speed controller with analogue input - DIN rail - Imax 6 A
AC fan speed controller with analogue input - DIN rail - Imax 6 A

AC fan speed controller with analogue input - DIN rail - Imax 6 A


Product description

This is an electronic fan speed controller with analogue input. It has an enclosure for DIN rail mounting. It controls three-phase voltage controllable motors with a maximum current of 6 A. The AC fan speed is regulated by varying the motor voltage via phase angle control - Triac technology. The TK monitoring function deactivates the motor in case of overheating. A remote start - stop command can be generated via the digital input. The minimum and maximum speed are adjustable via internal trimmers. The motor voltage is regulated via the analogue input or via Modbus RTU. The analogue input type can be selected via jumpers: 0-10 VDC or 0-20 mA. Kick start or soft start acceleration and different operating modes are selectable via Modbus RTU. The unregulated output is active when the motor is enabled.


Article code TVSS5-60CDT
Category DIN rail mounted speed controller for three phase motors
Available
Current stock 0 U.
Factory lead time 5 Week(s)
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Additional specifications and description


- TVSS5 automatically controls the speed of three phase (3x 400VAC / 50Hz) voltage controllable electric motors
- Fan speed reference via the analog input: 0-10 VDC or 0-20 mA
- Power supply 3x 400 VAC / 50Hz
- Infinitely variable control
- Min. and max. speed internally adjustable
- Off-level selectable by slide switch
- Kickstart or soft start selectable via slide switch
- 0-10 VDC / 0-20 mA - selectable via slide switch
- LED indication normal operation and alarm status
- Modbus RTU communication

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Frequently asked questions

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Kick start and soft start are two different ways to start up a motor or fan.
The best acceleration method depends on your application. Applications with high inertia might need a higher torque at start up to avoid stalling of the motor.

Kick start — the motor will accelerate immediately from standstill towards maximum speed.
The full motor torque is almost immediately available. After this start-up period (typically 8 – 10 s), the motor will decelerate towards the requested fan speed setpoint. This starting method is often used to avoid motor stalling at low speed. The disadvantage is the mechanical stress at start-up and a high motor start current.

Soft start — the motor will smoothly accelerate from standstill towards the requested fan speed setpoint.
This starting method gives you the advantage of reduced mechanical stress and lower motor starting currents. Due to the reduced motor torque during start up, this acceleration method is not ideal for high inertia applications.