FRENICMEGA (G2)
Specifications  EMC filter bulitin type

*1

Fuji's 4pole standard motor When selecting an inverter, in addition to considering the kWs of the inverter, make sure that the output current rating is larger than the motor current rating.

*2

Rated capacity is calculated by assuming the rated output voltage as 220 V for 200 V series and 440 V for 400 V series.

*3

Output voltage cannot exceed the power supply voltage.

*4

Voltage unbalance(%) =Max. voltage (V)  Min. voltage (V) / Threephase average voltage (V) ×67 (IEC 618003)
If this value is 2 to 3%, use an optional AC reactor (ACR).

*5

These values are calculated on assumption that the inverter is connected to a power supply with a capacity of 500 kVA (or 10 times the inverter capacity when the inverter capacity exceeds 50 kVA) and %X is 5%.

*6

Required when a DC reactor (DCR) is used.

*7

When using a motor with a rating of 75 kW or more, be sure to use a DC reactor (option).

*1

Fuji's 4pole standard motor When selecting an inverter, in addition to considering the kWs of the inverter, make sure that the output current rating is larger than the motor current rating.

*2

Rated capacity is calculated by assuming the rated output voltage as 220 V for 200 V series and 440 V for 400 V series.

*3

Output voltage cannot exceed the power supply voltage.

*4

Voltage unbalance(%) =Max. voltage (V)  Min. voltage (V) / Threephase average voltage (V) ×67 (IEC 618003)
If this value is 2 to 3%, use an optional AC reactor (ACR).

*5

These values are calculated on assumption that the inverter is connected to a power supply with a capacity of 500 kVA (or 10 times the inverter capacity when the inverter capacity exceeds 50 kVA) and %X is 5%.

*6

Required when a DC reactor (DCR) is used.

*7

When using a motor with a rating of 75 kW or more, be sure to use a DC reactor (option).

*1

Fuji's 4pole standard motor When selecting an inverter, in addition to considering the kWs of the inverter, make sure that the output current rating is larger than the motor current rating.

*2

Rated capacity is calculated by assuming the rated output voltage as 220 V for 200 V series and 440 V for 400 V series.

*3

Output voltage cannot exceed the power supply voltage.

*4

Voltage unbalance(%) =Max. voltage (V)  Min. voltage (V) / Threephase average voltage (V) ×67 (IEC 618003)
If this value is 2 to 3%, use an optional AC reactor (ACR).

*5

These values are calculated on assumption that the inverter is connected to a power supply with a capacity of 500 kVA (or 10 times the inverter capacity when the inverter capacity exceeds 50 kVA) and %X is 5%.

*6

Required when a DC reactor (DCR) is used.

*7

When using a motor with a rating of 75 kW or more, be sure to use a DC reactor (option).

*1

Fuji's 4pole standard motor When selecting an inverter, in addition to considering the kWs of the inverter, make sure that the output current rating is larger than the motor current rating.

*2

Rated capacity is calculated by assuming the rated output voltage as 220 V for 200 V series and 440 V for 400 V series.

*3

Output voltage cannot exceed the power supply voltage.

*4

Voltage unbalance(%) =Max. voltage (V)  Min. voltage (V) / Threephase average voltage (V) ×67 (IEC 618003)
If this value is 2 to 3%, use an optional AC reactor (ACR).

*5

These values are calculated on assumption that the inverter is connected to a power supply with a capacity of 500 kVA (or 10 times the inverter capacity when the inverter capacity exceeds 50 kVA) and %X is 5%.

*6

Required when a DC reactor (DCR) is used.

*7

This is the average braking torque value for the motor on its own. (This will vary based on the motor efficiency.)

*8

When using a motor with a rating of 75 kW or more, be sure to use a DC reactor (option).