Gingoog Electric Trading (G.E.T.) ™

July 5, 2009

FC-301 and FC-302 comparison part 3

Filed under: GET FC-300 series — Ralf @ 3:45 AM

One Drive – two performance levels


We spoke now already a lot obout the Danfoss VLT-Automation Drive, about the FC-300, the FC-301, the FC-302 and want to explain at this point that the VLT-Automation Drive is also known as the FC-300 series of Danfoss Drives which are again categorized into the FC-301 and the FC-302 models.

We from Gingoog Electric Trading understand that special needs require special features and special performance. To make it as easy as possible we created for you now the following table with an overview how these two models do compare:

However, due to technical issues and certain limitations on this site we have to split this information into three parts, so kindly forgive us for this little inconvenience. Here now the third and the last part of this comparison sheet:


FC-301 FC-302
Cable length screened/unscreened 50/75m 150/300m
RFI EN55011 cl A1 (Industry) ‹10m ‹150m
RFI EN55011 cl B (Domestic) ‹10m ‹50m
Voltage Vector Control VVC+ Yes Yes
Flux Vector Control No Yes
Automatic Energy Optimizing (AEO) Yes Yes
Controlled ramp-down Yes Yes
Flying start – catch spinning motor Yes Yes
Variable switching frequency 1.5 to 16kHz (size dependent) Yes Yes
Over Voltage Control Yes Yes
Fan replaceable Yes Yes

Closure for this post:


In earlier blog entries we did include already quite a variety of downloadable links to brochures, catalogues, manuals, overviews, presentations, videos, etc, etc, etc but here we decided to leave the sheets more clean in order not to spoil the message.However, we would still highly recommend to read as well our

GET Drives Category

GET Savings Category

GET Applications Category

GET to know VFD’s Category

It is precisely there where you will find much more information to the general subject plus much more specific referrals to very much related downloads. When you prefer to view directly all the corresponding file folders you may also proceed directly to the FC-300 folder in our

GET Sky Drive Section

We certainly do hope that you enjoyed again the read and that you stay with us for more upcoming technical reading pleasure.

Retrieve our GET Contact Details or send us your E-mail inquiry through the GET Contact Form.

Ralf Wabersich

Gingoog Electric Trading (G.E.T.)

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