E7 Drive

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  Question Posted Date

When the E7 drive trips out on a fault it must be manually reset. Can the E7 be set to restart automatically after a fault?

06/08/2007

When replacing the motor for the application and the heat sink cooling fans. How do I reset Cumulative Motor Operation Time U1-13 and Heat Sink Cooling Fan Operation Time U1-40?

09/16/2013

When reading 42h it does not match U1-03? Using Ethernet or Modbus protocols.

08/31/2012

When entering Motor Rated Current (parameter E2-01) into an E7 drive, an OPE02 fault appears on the display. What can cause this, and how is the fault cleared?

06/08/2007

When dealing with harmonic noise, which is better-- an AC or a DC reactor?

06/20/2013

What will happen if there is only .5'' clearance from either top or bottom of the drive to an enclosure?

03/14/2006

What is the ambient temperature derating (L8-12 setting)?

01/22/2007

What is required to start and stop the GPD515/G5 from the digital operator?

06/08/2007

What does it mean when the drive has a RUN command and the STOP light is flashing on the drive display?

10/27/2005

What are some concerns when the motor cable is over 100 meters?

06/20/2013

UV3 -- Fault Code Description

11/16/2009

UV2 -- Fault Code Description

11/16/2009

UV1 -- Fault Code Description

11/16/2009

UL3 -- Fault Code Description

11/16/2009

Should motor cable length be a concern when installing an AC drive?, Is it ok to have a motor 300ft from the drive?

06/12/2014

RR -- Fault Code Description

11/16/2009

RH -- Fault Code Description

11/16/2009

PUF -- Fault Code Description

11/16/2009

PF -- Fault Code Description

11/16/2009

OV -- Fault Code Description

11/16/2009

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