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The Thyristor Controller is mainly used in areas where larger ohmic and inductive loads need to be kept ander control. The modular, compact design and the activation with a steady control signal make this power controller the perfect actuator for industrial power control applications. The power element of the Thyristor Controller consists of two antiparallel connected thyristors, the isolated cooling element and the control logics.

Technische Spezifikationen

Rated voltage:400 V AC ±15% (optional: 110V, 230V, 240V, 440V, 500V)
Auxiliary voltage:230 V/AC, voltage class 8 and 9 (optional: internal voltage supply)
Frequency:45-0.65 Hz, self-synchronized
Inputs:• 0...10 V
• 0...20 mA
• Potentiometer connection: 2,5 … 10 kOhm
• Switchable input impedance 500 Ohm, 50 kOhm
Protection function:Thermal cut-out with LED displaying: "Fault"
LED-Display:Auxiliary voltage, start, 100% ULoad, fault
Setting options:Time for soft start: 0...10 s, with PWM activation: 0...5 s
Outputs:Clamps 6, 7 closed, load 2 A, 230 V
Power connections:• L1, L2 input voltage
• T1, T2 output voltage
Control mode:Leading-edge (optional: Signal series operation)
Dissipation loss:1,1W per ampere
Operating temperature:0°C...+50°C
Storage temperature:-10°C...+70°C
Humidity:5 % - 95 % r.h., non-condensing
Ambient conditions:Dry, non-conductive surroanding
Max. installation altitude1000 m
Weight:1,1 kg
Protection class:IP40
Dimensions (B x W x T):92 x 125 x 90 mm
Installation:On DIN rail system (optional: with mounting plate)
CE mark of conformity:Pursuant to the European Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and EMC directive 89/336/EEC for industrial applications


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