All you need – for all your basic needs
The ACS480 general purpose drive has all essential functions built inside and is therefore optimized to manage common variable-torque applications via numerous integrated and pre-programmed features such as PID (proportional integral derivative), pump and fan macros and timers. Inbuilt EMC C2 filter secures compliance with the latest European and international standards allowing the drive to be used in industrial and commercial (building) environments. To protect both people and machinery, the drive comes with key safety functions such as a TÜV-certified safe-torque-off (STO) as standard. In addition, the drive is enabled for connectivity to most common automation networks and has Bluetooth capability for easy configuration of the drive and monitoring of parameters with mobile devices. With its straightforward control panel settings menu, the ACS480 is easy to start up, commission and operate.
Pure essentials for maximum energy efficiency
Energy reduction is the number one focus area for the ACS480 and the built-in energy optimizer gives easy direct access to critical energy efficiency information, helping users monitor and systematically reduce the amount of energy used in their processes for big savings on energy bills. The new drive also supports synchronous reluctance motors for even greater efficiency and savings.
Seamless scalability with other all-compatible drives
In keeping with ABB’s all-compatible philosophy, the ACS480 shares the same user interface, tools and options as other ABB all-compatible drives. This makes drive selection, installation and operation extremely easy. The new ACS480 general purpose drive allows seamless scalability to the ACS580 whenever more power or features may be needed.
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