The "Controller Inside" programmable card is used to adapt the variable speed drive to specific applications by integrating control system functions.
Dedicated to pump and fan applications in building and industrial segments, the Altivar 61 variable speed drives adapt effortlessly to simple catalogue machines.
Open to all industrial communication networks and featuring numerous automation system options, the Altivar 71 by Schneider Electric adapts effortlessly to complex sophisticated machines.
Various predefined configurable applications are sold by Schneider Electric and its partners.
The PS 1131 software workshop for PC is used for programming and debugging new applications, quickly and in an open-ended manner.
It is not possible to transfer the program from the card to the PC, which enables us to protect our know-how.
A single "Controller Inside" programmable card can be fitted in the Altivar 71 drive.
It can be combined with another option card (I/O extension or communication).
The "Controller Inside" programmable card has:
- Ten logic inputs, two of which can be used for two counters or four of which can be used for two incremental encoders
- Two analog inputs
- Six logic outputs
- Six analog outputs
- A master port for the CANopen network
- A PC port for programming with the PS 1131 software workshop
The Controller Inside” programmable card can also use:
- The drive I/O
- The I/O extension card I/O
- The encoder interface card points counter
- The drive parameters (speed, current, torque, …)
RJ45 connector to connect the PS 1131 software workshop via an EIA-485 (RS-485) serial link.
Connection to the PC is via a cable and an EIA-232/EIA-485 (RS-232/RS-485) converter included in the PowerSuite for PC connection kit, VW3 A8 106.
DE-9 male connector for connection to the CANopen network.
Connector with removable screw terminals, six contacts at intervals of 3.81 for the 24 VDC power supply and four logic inputs.
Three connectors with removable screw terminals, six contacts at intervals of 3.81 for six logic inputs, six logic outputs, two analog inputs, two analog outputs and two commons.
Five LEDs, comprising:
- 1 to indicate the presence of the 24 VDC power supply
- 1 to indicate a program execution fault
- 2 to indicate the CANopen bus communication status
- 1 controlled by the application program