P5 Drive 600 Volt

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  Question Posted Date

Which PID parameters require set-up when configuring the GPD506 / P5 drive for PID pumping applications?

06/12/2014

When using the analog output function on a GPD506/P5, how is the output scaled when output current is selected?

06/12/2014

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 vertical and horizontal clearance specification (in inches) for mounting any of the GPD506/P5 stand alone drives?

11/28/2005

What is the purpose of a softcharge resistor and contactor in a GPD506 / P5 drive?

11/28/2005

What is SPi fault displayed?

04/21/2014

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

10/27/2005

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 P5/506 bypass panel "Fault" light is ON, but no fault code is shown on the keypad display. What's wrong?

06/11/2014

The "sleep" function can only be used when PID is enabled. If an analog (0-10VDC or 4-20mA) signal for speed reference is used, is there any way to use "sleep" without enabling PID?

11/29/2005

Specification of 12 pulse input transformer for GPD505/506- PC5/P5 series AC drive.

06/12/2014

Serial communication is lost intermittently between the building automation system (BAS) and a Lonworks board on the GPD506 / P5 drive. What might be causing this?

06/12/2014

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

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