|Question:||What are the differences between the A1000 600V and A1000 240/480V models?|
|Answer:||The following items are the only differences:
- The 600V models do not have CE certification (LVD and EMC).
- Although the 600V models have Hardware Safety Disable inputs, because they are not CE certified, they cannot be certified by TUV for functional safety
- The 600V models do not contain Permanent Magnet (PM) motor control methods. We may offer PM motor control in the 600V models in the future.
|Product:||A1000 Drive |
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