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Inverter and Soft Starter Circuit Design Collection (Second Edition)
Author: Li Yu, Gengyu Biao, Que Lai Kwan edited Publication date: 2014
Introduction This book contains 9 chapters. Chapter 1 explains the basic principles of the inverter and soft starter in detail, and explains the differences between the functions of the inverter and the soft starter. Chapter 2 explains the functions and matching methods of various options of the inverter and soft starter in detail, and explains a lot of related knowledge, such as the role and control method of the line contactor of the inverter; the principle of harmonic current generated by the inverter And hazards, the principles and functions of various harmonic current suppression options; the causes, hazards, and suppression options of electromagnetic interference generated by the inverter; the causes and hazards of overvoltages generated by the inverter, various dv / dt suppression options The principle and function of the inverter are different; the reason for the braking energy release option and the matching method of the inverter. Through these contents, it is convenient to grasp the functions, selection basis, and usage methods of various options of the inverter and soft starter from the application point of view. In order to make it easier for readers to think and master relevant knowledge, Chapter 3 explains in detail the principles and basic structure of medium voltage inverters of major companies. Chapter 4 uses Schneider Electric's inverters ATV212 (upgraded from ATV21), ATV61 / ATV71, and soft starter ATS48 as examples to analyze in detail the common problems in the design of the inverter and soft starter primary and secondary circuits. Error, pointing out the consequences of wrong design, and giving the correct design. Chapter 5 analyzes the common error descriptions in the tender technical specifications for inverters and soft starters, and gives the correct descriptions. Chapter 6 is the primary and secondary diagrams for the standard application of inverters and soft starters. Chapter 7 is a special application plan for inverters and soft starters of Schneider Electric. Chapter 8 is the engineering application scheme of inverter and soft starter. . In the circuit design of industrial projects, in addition to inverters and soft starters, motor management controllers (commonly known as motor protectors, "Mabao") are used. This has been added (Chapter 9).
1Basic principle of inverter and soft starter
1.1 Basic principles of the inverter
1.2 Basic principles of soft starters
1.3 The difference between inverter and soft starter
2Inverter, soft starter option function description
2.1 Inverter option function description
2.1.1 Inverter main circuit contactor
2.1.2 Harmonic current suppression option at the input side of the inverter
2.1.3 Du / dt suppression option on the output side of the inverter
2.1.4 Frequency converter EMC filter
2.1.5 Inverter braking energy release option
2.1.6 Other options of inverter
2.2 Soft starter option function description
2.2.1 Line contactor and bypass contactor
2.2.2 Fast fuse
2.2.3 incoming reactor
2.2.4 Communication module
3 medium voltage inverter
3.1 Basic Principles of Medium Voltage Inverter
3.2 Medium voltage inverter technology
4 Schneider Electric inverters, soft starters common mistake design
4.1 Schneider Electric inverter common mistake design
4.1.1 Schneider Electric inverter ATV212 one-time common fault design
4.1.2 Schneider Electric Inverter ATV61 Primary Mistake Design
4.1.3 Schneider Electric Inverter ATV71 One-time Common Error Design
4.2 Schneider Electric soft starter ATS48 wrong design
4.3 Schneider Electric inverter, soft starter secondary diagram common mistake design
4.3.1 Schneider Electric Inverter ATV212 secondary diagram common mistake design
4.3.2 Schneider Electric Inverter ATV61 / 71 secondary diagram common mistake design
4.3.3 Schneider Electric soft starter ATS48 secondary diagram common mistake design
5 Precautions for tendering technical specifications for inverters and soft starters
5.1 Notes on Technical Specifications for Inverter Bidding
5.2 Notes on tender technical specifications for soft starters
6 frequency converter, soft starter typical application of primary and secondary diagram
7 Schneider Electric special applications for inverters and soft starters
8Inverter, soft starter engineering application scheme
9 motor management controller
9.1 Overview
9.2 TesysT Motor Management Controller
9.3 TesysT Motor Management Controller Expansion Module
9.4 TesysT Motor Management Controller HMI and other options
9.5TesysT parameter setting
9.5.1 Motor control settings
9.5.2 Thermal overload protection: inverse time protection
9.5.3 Thermal overload protection: time limit protection
9.5.4 Thermal overload protection: Thermistor protection
9.5.5 Current protection: ground protection
9.5.6 Current protection: current phase imbalance, phase loss, reverse phase protection
9.5.7 Current protection: Stall, under current, over current protection
9.5.8 Voltage protection: voltage phase imbalance, phase loss, reverse phase protection
9.5.9 Voltage protection: undervoltage protection, overvoltage protection
9.5.10 Voltage Protection: Voltage Loss Management
9.5.11 Power protection: under power protection, over power protection
9.5.12 Power protection: under power factor protection, over power factor protection
9.5.13 Network communication and HMI settings
9.6 TesysT display and monitoring function
9.6.1 Current monitoring
9.6.2 Voltage monitoring
9.6.3 Power monitoring
9.6.4 Motor monitoring
9.6.5 Input / output monitoring
9.6.6 Operation status and fault monitoring
9.7 TesysT Maintenance
9.8FesysT Ordering Instructions
9.9 FesysT Typical Application Electrical Schematic Appendix A Frequency Converter Bidding Technical Specification (Applicable to Industrial Centrifugal Fans, Centrifugal Pumps)
Appendix B Technical Specifications for Inverter Bidding (Applicable to Construction Centrifugal Fans and Centrifugal Pumps)
Appendix C Tendering Technical Specification for Soft Starters Appendix D6kV Medium Voltage Frequency Converter Tendering Technical Specification (for centrifugal loads)
Appendix E10kV Medium Voltage Frequency Converter Tendering Technical Specification (Applicable to Centrifugal Load)
Appendix F Load Classification Appendix G Frequently Asked Questions and Answers

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