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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.
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|Reactor||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 NEMA 1 enclosure for field installation, or in a factory-installed package.|
|DC Bus Reactor||Used in place of an input reactor to improve power factor. Helps attenuate distortion back to the line and to reduce DC bus ripple current. Available only in a factory-installed package.|
|RFI Filter||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 designed to reduce line-conducted noise levels to within the limits of FCC regulations, part 15 subpart J, for Class A devices. Available only in a factory-installed package.|
|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 motor circuit protector or Thermal Magnetic.|
|Fast Acting Semiconductor Fuses||High-speed semi-conductor drive input fuses, rated for 200,000 amp RMS symmetrical.|
|12-Pulse Configuration||The 12-pulse rectifier comes standard and consists of two 6-pulse diode bridges combined with a multi-phase transformer.|
|18-Pulse Configuration||The 18-pulse rectifier consists of a multi-phase transformer and three 6-pulse diode bridges.|
|SCCR 100kA Panel Rating||Yaskawa recommends semiconductor fusing to ensure to 100kAIC CSSR panel rating and is specified on the nameplate|
|Two Motor OR...||Control allows local or remote motor operation.|
|Multiple Motor and...||Control allows the operation of several motors from one drive.|