ABB ACQ810 Drive For Water & Wastewater Applications
Supreme class drive
The ACQ810 drive for water and wastewater applications highlights tailor made capacities for single and multipump framework control. These pump specific capacities help lessen add up to life cycle working and support costs over the pumping framework. The drives accomplish this by:
Reducing startup weight on the pump framework
Calculating the required engine speed based current process conditions
Optimizing energy utilization in parallel pumping frameworks
Sharing operation circumstances crosswise over pumps
Monitoring, preventing and scheduling automated pump cleaning runs
Preventing cavitation and pump dry run
Providing excess in parallel pump frameworks
Monitoring energy utilization
Monitoring and safety of pump's engine
Displaying energy sparing data in kWh, cash or CO2 emissions
What is an AC drive?
An AC drive is an electronic gadget that is utilized to alter the turning velocity and torque of a standard, electric AC engine. The electric engine, thusly, drives a load, for example, a pump. An AC drive changes the recurrence of the exchanging current furthermore, voltage. A drive comprises of three sections. A rectifier changes over the input line control, which has an ostensibly settled voltage and frequency, to settled voltage DC control. This fixed voltage DC control is fed into the DC transport circuit, which channels the throbbing voltage. The inverter unit at that point changes the settled voltage DC energy to AC yield control with customizable voltage and recurrence.
ACQ810 drives incorporate all the features that most generally required by pump clients. Pump specific highlights guarantee precise control of water flow all through the processing cycle, from crude water, to use, to wastewater treatment. Worked in pump specific highlights are simple to configure. Preconfigured macros for single and multi-pump applications walk you through drive setup. Also, the inherent pump highlights can be effortlessly tweaked to meet interesting pump framework configurations.
One of the greatest advantages of using these drives for waste water applications is the energy sparing opportunity over traditional stream control techniques. Instead of have an electric engine running persistently at full speed, an AC drive enables the client to fluidly control the engine speed, contingent upon the request. These drives offers energy evaluations and energy sparing devices for effectively evaluating energy reserve funds in water and wastewater applications. Energy evaluations quickly figure out where furthermore, how much energy can be spared. Power investment funds of up to 50 percent can be come to by lessening the engine speed by only 20 percent. Also, the drives offer a return on investment within a two year period on energy saving alone.
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