G5 GPD515 Drive

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  Question Posted Date

Why don't the page numbers in the parameter section of the instruction manual match the page numbers in the body of the manual?

06/11/2014

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

08/31/2012

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 current rating for the Run and Fault output contacts on a GPD 515/G5?

07/13/2004

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 the differences between the set-up of a GPD515/G5 and a F7 drive on DeviceNet when using CM053 or CM056 option cards?

11/28/2005

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

06/20/2013

UV -- Fault Code Description

06/08/2007

UV3 - Fault Code Description

06/20/2013

UV2 - Fault Code Description

06/20/2013

UV1 - Fault Code Description

06/20/2013

The GPD 515/G5 displays a parameter, but does not let me change it. Why?

07/13/2004

The GPD/515G5 instruction manual (TOE-S616-10.13) (pages 21-22) specifies that input fuses should be used on the installation of these drives.--Is fusing required or is a circuit breaker sufficient protection for the inverter?--If fusing is not required, what characteristics of MCCB should used be to protect the drive adequately?

06/08/2007

SVE -- Fault Code Description

06/08/2007

SC - Fault Code Description

06/08/2007

RR -- Fault Code Description

06/08/2007

RH -- Fault Code Description

06/08/2007

PUF -- Fault Code Description

06/08/2007

PGO -- Fault Code Description

06/08/2007

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