Press Release Summary:
ACS580 Low-Voltage Drive is offered in power ranging from 1 to 350 HP at 460 volts and comes in UL Type 1 and 12 enclosures. Unit is designed to control pumps, fans, conveyors and mixers. Product comes with drive composer PC tool and I/O menu display options. ACS580 offers quick access to terminal settings like filtering, scaling, delay or function selections. Low-voltage drive features brake chopper up to frame R3, Modbus RTU fieldbus interface and safe torque off.
Original Press Release:
ABB Introduces ACS580 All-Compatible, General Purpose Low-Voltage Drive to North American Market
The robust drive provides the highest levels of reliability, quality and ease-of-use.
ABB recently introduced the ACS580 all-compatible general purpose drive to the North American market. The newest entry in ABB’s low-voltage AC drive portfolio, the ACS580 drive provides user-friendly, energy-efficient motor and process control, keeping user systems running smoothly while saving time and money over the product lifecycle. It is designed to control pumps, fans, conveyors, mixers and many other variable and basic constant-torque applications. All units for the North American market will be made at the ABB facility in New Berlin, Wisconsin.
The ACS580, which supports a variety of motor types, including high-efficiency permanent magnet motors, is part of ABB’s all-compatible drives portfolio, offering scalability without adding complexity.
With all essential features built-in, the robust ACS580 is designed for reliability and ease of-use, and greatly simplifies drive selection, commissioning, operation and maintenance.
The wall-mounted drive is available in power ranges from 1 to 350 HP at 460 volts, in both UL Type 1 and 12 enclosures. The UL Type 12 drive has a reduced footprint providing more mounting flexibility in harsh environments.
Benefits and features of the ACS580:
Saves time and money
All essential features are built into the drive, reducing the need to deal with external components, extra cabling and space restrictions, as well as their related costs. The Drive Composer PC tool simplifies the use of the drive, and the control panel’s primary settings menu and built-in assistants speed up commissioning, allowing basic set-up to be completed in minutes.
The assistant control panel can be upgraded to an optional Bluetooth control panel to enable wireless commissioning and monitoring. The I/O menu displays how the electrical terminals are configured, and provides quick access to related terminal settings like filtering, scaling, delay or function selections.
Ensures smooth system operation in all environments
The ACS580 is designed for the ultimate in reliability, quality and durability. With conformal coated circuit boards (IEC60721-3-3 class 3C3), a compact UL Type 12 enclosure option and thorough testing of all protective features at maximum temperatures and nominal loads, it is ideal for harsh environments.
The drive also provides reduced harmonics with built-in, second-generation swinging choke technology in a smaller and lighter design. Other features include EMC filter, brake chopper up to frame R3, Modbus RTU fieldbus interface and Safe Torque Off (STO).
ABB all-compatible drives share the same architecture. Once users have learned one all-compatible drive, they will be able to quickly integrate others, including larger drives, saving effort, training costs, energy and money with each installation.
The capability of the ACS580 can be extended with optional plug-in modules. A wide range of fieldbus adapters can easily be mounted inside the drive allowing connectivity to all the major industrial fieldbus protocols. The standard I/O can be extended by using optional analog and digital extension modules.
Backed by unmatched service and support
ABB factory and local drives experts are available throughout the product lifecycle to assist with developing functional, cost-effective, and easy-to-maintain systems, and improving designs to meet specific project requirements.
ABB (ABB: NYSE) is a pioneering technology leader in electrification products, robotics and motion, industrial automation and power grids, serving customers in utilities, industry and transport & infrastructure globally. Continuing more than a 125-year history of innovation, ABB today is writing the future of industrial digitalization and driving the Energy and Fourth Industrial Revolutions. ABB operates in more than 100 countries with about 136,000 employees. www.abb.com