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DCS-27-WEG-CFW11M-400.jpgJuly 15, 2021

The CFW 11M is the new generation of WEG frequency inverters for large power ranges. It ranges from 350 to 2500HP rated at 380-480V / 500-600V / 660-690V with the option for 6 or 12 pulses.

Standard Features

  •    -   Plug and play philosophy (connect and use) enables quick and easy installation of accessories and options
  •    -   USB for computer connection for using SUPERDRIVE G2 programming and monitoring software
  •    -   Human-Machine Interface (HMI) with backlit graphic display and soft-keys, greatly facilitates inverter programming and operation
  •    -   Intelligent thermal management enables full protection of IGBTs, monitoring of heatsink and internal air temperature
  •    -   Automatic control of the heatsink fan with speed sensor (additional protection) and easily detachable from the unit for cleaning and maintenance
  •    -   Normal Duty and Heavy Duty ratings to adapt optimally to all kinds of loads
  •    -   Protection with failure and alarm warnings
  •    -   Motor overload protection in compliance with IEC 60947-4-2/UL 508 C
  •    -   On board memory allows user to create functions without the need to use an external PLC (soft-PLC via IEC61131-3 programming software)
  •    -   Guided start-up simplifies initial user programming
  •    -   Real time clock
  •    -   TRACE / SCOPE function to assist with the start-up and system diagnostics with SUPERDRIVE G2


Optional Features

  •    -   Interface for incremental encoder 5 to 12Vdc
  •    -   Interface for RS-485 serial communication (modbus)
  •    -   Interface for RS-232C serial communication
  •    -   CAN interface
  •    -   Profibus DP interface
  •    -   PLC functions; IEC programming
  •    -   Devicenet 4 interface
  •    -   Ethernet IP interface
  •    -   Blind cover for slot HMI
  •    -   Frame for remote HMI
  •    -   Conduit kit


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