NORDAC PRO SK 500P control cabinet inverters for the new generation

The new control cabinet inverters from NORD DRIVESYSTEMS provide modern connectivity and high versatility in a compact design.

Nordac Pro Sk 500p Control Cabinet Inverters New Generation

The NORDAC PRO SK 500P frequency inverters from NORD DRIVESYSTEMS are equipped with an integrated multi-protocol Ethernet interface, a multi-encoder interface for multiple axis operations and a USB interface for voltage-free parameterisation.

The new control cabinet inverters cover rated motor powers from 0.25 to 5.5 kW featuring ultimate levels of connectivity, functionality and versatility. Its compact size design saves installation space in control cabinets and its plug-in control, safety and option modules ensure maximum flexibility.

NORDAC PRO SK 500P is the new generation of control cabinet inverters. The series is equipped with an integrated universal Ethernet interface that enables the use of real-time Ethernet standards via one single interface. Whether for Profinet, EtherNet/IP, Powerlink or EtherCAT, the required protocol can be easily set through parameters.

Voltage-free parameterisation via USB port provides a CANopen interface, five or six digital and two analogue inputs, two digital and one analogue output, two potential-free multi-function relays, an HTL / TTL incremental encoder interface as well as a universal encoder interface which enables connection of SIN/COS, BiSS SSI, Hiperface and EnDat encoders.

The NORDAC PRO SK 500P can readout up to four encoder systems simultaneously and can therefore control several motors in positioning mode. Together with features such as the integrated PLC for motor-related motion and logic control, a 200% overload reserve for perfect torque and speed performance as well as sensorless current vector control for asynchronous and synchronous motors (open loop and closed loop), it is a genuine all-rounder. 

The integrated PLC processes the data from sensors and actuators and can autonomously initiate control sequences, as well as communicating drive and application data to a control centre, networked components or to cloud storage, allowing continuous condition monitoring.

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