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October 2, 2009

DANFOSS Softstarter Comparison Table A

Filed under: GET MCD-100 series — Ralf @ 12:48 AM

 

Danfoss Softstarter Comparison Part 1


Now this Danfoss Softstarters are really great stuff, come with state of the art technologies in compact solutions and include features and protective functions just as you need it.

The following quick overview in form of an easy table gives you a perfect idea about the capabilities of each model and will surely assist you a good way in your further selections.

However, and I guess we got already a little bit used to these hosting limitations, we have to split this again into two sections.

Here now part 1:


Type MCD-100 MCD-201 MCD-202 MCD-500

Intro A true fit and forget Softstarter for DIN Rail mount.

It provides basic soft start and soft stop functions.

A physically compact Softstarter providing basic soft start and soft stop functionality. Physically similar to MCD-201 but providing enhanced soft start functionality and various motor protection features. The total motor starter solution provides advanced control methods for starting and stopping plus protection of both motor and application.

Concept Soft start.

Soft stop.

0.1KW to 11KW.

208 to 600VAC mains supply.

24 to 480V AC/DC control voltage

.

2 phase SCR control.

Soft start.

Soft stop.

7.5KW to 110KW

.

200 to 575VAC 

mains supply.

110 to 440VAC or

24V AC/DC control supply.

2 phase SCR control.

Current limit start.

Soft stop.

Motor protection.

200 to 575 VAC mains supply.

110 to 440VAC or

24V AC/DC control supply.

2 phase SCR control.

Enhanced soft start and soft stop

.

Motor and system protection.

21A to 1.6KA.

7.5KW to 800KW.

200 to 690VAC mains supply.

110 to 220VAC or 24V AC/DC control supply.

3 phase SCR control.


Start Timed voltage ramp up.

Adjustable start torque.

Selectable kick start function.

Timed voltage ramp up.

Adjustable initial torque.

Current limit start.

Initial current ramp up.

Adaptive Acceleration Control AAC.

Current Limit Start.

Current Ramp Start.

Dual parameter function.

Kick Start and Jog.


Stop Timed voltage ramp down. Timed voltage ramp down. Timed voltage ramp down. Adaptive Deceleration Control ADC.

TVR Soft Stop, timed voltage ramp.

Coast to stop.

DC brake function.

Soft brake function.

Jog function.


Find much more information in our MCD-100 folder

and visit also our complete 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.

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Ralf Wabersich

Gingoog Electric Trading (G.E.T.)

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