HV600 Drive


This array of Power-related options are available for Yaskawa AC drives as shown. Some may be factory-mounted within a drive enclosure, others may be separately mounted.

Power Option
Used on either the input or output of a drive to reduce the effect of line-side or load-side transients. These 3-phase reactors are available in a UL Type 1 enclosure for field installation, or in a factory-installed package.
DC Bus Reactor
The HV600 has a 5% split choke built-in both positive and negative DC bus leg as standard. Used in place of an input reactor to improve power factor. Helps attenuate harmonic current distortion back to the line to less than 40% iTHD and to reduce DC bus ripple current.
RFI Filter
The HV600 has an EMI/RFI filter built in as standard; complies with IEC 61800-3 restricted distribution for first environment. Used to attenuate possible drive-generated noise back to the line. Along with proper shielding, routing and grounded between the filter and the drive, it is primarily designed to reduce line-conducted noise levels. The filter also helps to reduce radiated emissions from the input line.
RFI Noise Suppression Filter
Used to minimize RF noise generation back to the power line. This filter is a delta-wye capacitive filter network.
Circuit Breaker
MCP (instantaneous trip) Motor Circuit Protector or MCCB (thermal magnetic) Molded Case Circuit Breaker. See HV600 technical reference for specific, UL approved recommendations.
Time Delay Fusing
Maximum Time Delay fuse is 175% of drive full load output amps (FLA). This covers any UL Listed Class CC, J, or T fuse. See HV600 technical reference (SIEPC71061732) for specific, UL approved recommendations.
Fast Acting Semiconductor Fuses
High-speed semi-conductor drive input fuses, rated for a minimum 100,000 amp RMS symmetrical. See HV600 technical reference (SIEPC71061732) for specific, UL approved recommendations.
24 VDC Control Power
The standard 24 VDC input terminals supply the HV600’s board-level components power when provided with 24 VDC from an external, customer-supplied source. It is used to maintain both drive control power and network communications (when utilized).