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IRADK10 Datasheet(PDF) 6 Page - International Rectifier

Part No. IRADK10
Description  3-phase 115-230V 0.5HP Variable speed Motor Drive control for Appliances and light Industrial Applications.
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Maker  IRF [International Rectifier]
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5. GUI control panel screen
Below said field, at the bottom left, observe the slider with
the caption “Temperature limit (default 85)”. Using this slider
you may adjust the temperature threshold for the thermal
protection. A default value is 85 degrees Centigrade, but
you may change this value1 . Figure 5 shows GUI control
screen.
The Command Buttons
The “RESET MICRO” button will reset the microproces-
sor when pressed, restarting the board after a fault
conditions. You may want to use this button to stop the
motor immediately when a dangerous situation occurs.
The “TURN ON” button will enable the inverter and set
the green LED diode ON (unless a fault is present).
The “REFRESH SCREEN” button is used for updating
the drive variables displayed on the screen.
The “EXIT” button is used to exit the GUI tool and go
back to the operating system.
The “GO CYCLE” will bring you to the next form, wherein
the drive cycle control may be adjusted, programmed,
started and stopped.
Observe the 5 sliders on the right side of the screen used
for adjusting:
− The drive acceleration constant.
− The drive frequency (i.e. speed) command expressed
in [Hz].
− The IGBT PWM frequency selection (5 kHz or 10 kHz).
− The IGBT inverter lockout time selection
(800ns or 1600 ns).
− The motor rated voltage and frequency selection.
All these sliders are in their default position at start.
Moving the appropriate slider handles into new position
will automatically activate the serial link and pass the new
parameter to the drive.
1 When using sliders for the parameter adjustment, bring the mouse pointer over the slider handle, press and hold the mouse button, move the handle observing small yellow-framed
numbers that will appear indicating the current slider handle position, place the handle precisely to the position wanted and release the mouse button. Carrying the slider handle
away from the range and releasing the mouse button there will have NO effect on the drive parameter change.


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