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ATV312 N4 for motor power 0,75 kW
ATV312 N4 for motor power 0,75 kW
ATV312 N4 for motor power 0,75 kW
ATV312 N4 for motor power 0,75 kW

ATV312H075N4

Altivar 312 Variable Speed Drive, 0.75kW, 2.4kVA, 41W, 380..500V, 3 Phase

ATV312 N4 for motor power 0,75 kW
ATV312 N4 for motor power 0,75 kW
ATV312 N4 for motor power 0,75 kW
ATV312 N4 for motor power 0,75 kW
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Key Features & Specifications

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Range of product
Altivar 312
Product or component type
variable speed drive
Product destination
asynchronous motors
Product specific application
simple machine
Assembly style
with heat sink
Component name
ATV312
Motor power kW
0.75 kW
Motor power hp
1 hp
[Us] rated supply voltage
380...500 V - 15...10 %
Supply frequency
50...60 Hz - 5...5 %
Network number of phases
3 phases
Line current
  • 3.6 A at 380 V, Isc = 5 kA
  • 2.7 A at 500 V
    • EMC filter
      integrated
      Apparent power
      2.4 kVA
      Maximum transient current
      3.5 A for 60 s
      Power dissipation in W
      41 W at nominal load
      Speed range
      1-50
      Asynchronous motor control profile
    • sensorless flux vector control with PWM type motor control signal
    • factory set : constant torque
      • Electrical connection
      • Al1, Al2, Al3, AOV, AOC, R1A, R1B, R1C, R2A, R2B, LI1...LI6 terminal 2.5-2.5 mm² AWG 14
      • L1, L2, L3, U, V, W, PA, PB, PA/+, PC/- terminal 5-5 mm² AWG 10
        • Supply
        • internal supply for logic inputs: 19...30 V 100 mA, protection type: overload and short-circuit protection
        • internal supply for reference potentiometer (2.2 to 10 kOhm): 10...10.8 V 10 mA, protection type: overload and short-circuit protection
          • Communication port protocol
          • CANopen
          • Modbus
            • IP degree of protection
            • IP20 on upper part without cover plate
            • IP21 on connection terminals
            • IP31 on upper part
            • IP41 on upper part
              • Option card
              • communication card for CANopen daisy chain
              • communication card for DeviceNet
              • communication card for Fipio
              • communication card for Modbus TCP
              • communication card for Profibus DP
                • Supply voltage limits
                  323-550 V
                  Network frequency
                  47.5...63 Hz
                  Prospective line Isc
                  5 kA
                  Continuous output current
                  2.3 A at 4 kHz
                  Output frequency
                  0-500 kHz
                  Nominal switching frequency
                  4 kHz
                  Switching frequency
                  2...16 kHz adjustable
                  Transient overtorque
                  170-200 % of nominal motor torque
                  Braking torque
                • 150 % during 60 s with braking resistor
                • 100 % with braking resistor continuously
                • 150 % without braking resistor
                  • Regulation loop
                    frequency PI regulator
                    Motor slip compensation
                  • adjustable
                  • automatic whatever the load
                  • suppressable
                    • Output voltage
                      <= power supply voltage
                      Tightening torque
                    • Al1, Al2, Al3, AOV, AOC, R1A, R1B, R1C, R2A, R2B, LI1...LI6: 0.6-0.6 N.m
                    • L1, L2, L3, U, V, W, PA, PB, PA/+, PC/-: 1.2-1.2 N.m
                      • Insulation
                        electrical between power and control
                        Analogue input number
                        3
                        Analogue input type
                      • AI1 configurable voltage 0...10 V, input voltage 30 V max, impedance: 30000 Ohm
                      • AI2 configurable voltage +/- 10 V, input voltage 30 V max, impedance: 30000 Ohm
                      • AI3 configurable current 0...20 mA, impedance: 250 Ohm
                        • Sampling duration
                        • AI1, AI2, AI3: 8 ms analog
                        • LI1...LI6: 4 ms discrete
                          • Response time
                          • AOV, AOC 8 ms for analog
                          • R1A, R1B, R1C, R2A, R2B 8 ms for discrete
                            • Linearity error
                              +/- 0.2 % for output
                              Analogue output number
                              1
                              Analogue output type
                            • AOC configurable current: 0...20 mA, impedance: 800 Ohm, resolution: 8 bits
                            • AOV configurable voltage: 0...10 V, impedance: 470 Ohm, resolution: 8 bits
                              • Discrete input logic
                              • logic input not wired (LI1...LI4), < 13 V (state 1)
                              • negative logic (source) (LI1...LI6), > 19 V (state 0)
                              • positive logic (source) (LI1...LI6), < 5 V (state 0), > 11 V (state 1)
                                • Discrete output number
                                  2
                                  Discrete output type
                                • configurable relay logic: (R1A, R1B, R1C) 1 NO + 1 NC - 100000 cycles
                                • configurable relay logic: (R2A, R2B) NC - 100000 cycles
                                  • Minimum switching current
                                    R1-R2 10 mA at 5 V DC
                                    Maximum switching current
                                  • R1-R2: 2 A at 250 V AC inductive load, cos phi = 0.4 and L/R = 7 ms
                                  • R1-R2: 2 A at 30 V DC inductive load, cos phi = 0.4 and L/R = 7 ms
                                  • R1-R2: 5 A at 250 V AC resistive load, cos phi = 1 and L/R = 0 ms
                                  • R1-R2: 5 A at 30 V DC resistive load, cos phi = 1 and L/R = 0 ms
                                    • Discrete input number
                                      6
                                      Discrete input type
                                      (LI1...LI6) programmable at 24 V, 0-100 mA for PLC, impedance: 3500 Ohm
                                      Acceleration and deceleration ramps
                                    • S, U or customized
                                    • linear adjustable separately from 0.1 to 999.9 s
                                      • Braking to standstill
                                        by DC injection
                                        Protection type
                                      • input phase breaks: drive
                                      • line supply overvoltage and undervoltage safety circuits: drive
                                      • line supply phase loss safety function, for three phases supply: drive
                                      • motor phase breaks: drive
                                      • overcurrent between output phases and earth (on power up only): drive
                                      • overheating protection: drive
                                      • short-circuit between motor phases: drive
                                      • thermal protection: motor
                                        • Insulation resistance
                                          >= 500 mOhm 500 V DC for 1 minute
                                          Local signalling
                                        • drive voltage: 1 LED (red)
                                        • CANopen bus status: four 7-segment display units
                                          • Time constant
                                            5 ms for reference change
                                            Frequency resolution
                                          • analog input: 0.1...100 Hz
                                          • display unit: 0.1 Hz
                                            • Connector type
                                              1 RJ45 for Modbus/CANopen
                                              Physical interface
                                              RS485 multidrop serial link
                                              Transmission frame
                                              RTU
                                              Transmission rate
                                            • 10, 20, 50, 125, 250, 500 kbps or 1 Mbps for CANopen
                                            • 4800, 9600 or 19200 bps for Modbus
                                              • Number of addresses
                                              • 1-127 for CANopen
                                              • 1-247 for Modbus
                                                • Number of drive
                                                • 127 for CANopen
                                                • 31 for Modbus
                                                  • Marking
                                                    CE
                                                    Operating position
                                                    vertical +/- 10 degree
                                                    Height
                                                    143 mm
                                                    Width
                                                    107 mm
                                                    Depth
                                                    152 mm
                                                    Net weight
                                                    1.8 kg
                                                    Dielectric strength
                                                  • 2410 V DC between earth and power terminals
                                                  • 3400 V AC between control and power terminals
                                                    • Electromagnetic compatibility
                                                    • 1.2/50 µs - 8/20 µs surge immunity test level 3 conforming to IEC 61000-4-5
                                                    • electrical fast transient/burst immunity test level 4 conforming to IEC 61000-4-4
                                                    • electrostatic discharge immunity test level 3 conforming to IEC 61000-4-2
                                                    • radiated radio-frequency electromagnetic field immunity test level 3 conforming to IEC 61000-4-3
                                                      • Standards
                                                      • IEC 61800-3
                                                      • IEC 61800-5-1
                                                        • Product certifications
                                                        • NOM
                                                        • C-Tick
                                                        • CSA
                                                        • UL
                                                        • DNV
                                                        • GOST
                                                          • Pollution degree
                                                            2
                                                            Protective treatment
                                                            TC
                                                            Vibration resistance
                                                          • 1 gn (f= 13-150 Hz) conforming to EN/IEC 60068-2-6
                                                          • 1.5 mm (f= 3-13 Hz) conforming to EN/IEC 60068-2-6
                                                            • Shock resistance
                                                              15 gn for 11 ms conforming to EN/IEC 60068-2-27
                                                              Relative humidity
                                                            • 5-95 % without condensation conforming to IEC 60068-2-3
                                                            • 5-95 % without dripping water conforming to IEC 60068-2-3
                                                              • Ambient air temperature for storage
                                                                -25-70 °C
                                                                Ambient air temperature for operation
                                                              • -10-50 °C without (with protective cover on top of the drive)
                                                              • -10-60 °C with derating factor (without protective cover on top of the drive)
                                                                • Operating altitude
                                                                • <= 1000 m without
                                                                • 1000...3000 m with current derating 1 % per 100 m
                                                                  • Warranty
                                                                    18 months

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                                                                    Frequently Asked Questions

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                                                                    What is the nCr ?

                                                                    Issue:
                                                                    What is the parameter nCr on Altivar drives?

                                                                     Product Line:
                                                                    Altivar 

                                                                    Environment:
                                                                    ATV312, ATV61, ATV71, ATV32, ATV12

                                                                     Cause:
                                                                    Programming

                                                                     Resolution:
                                                                    nCr [Rated mot. current] 

                                                                    adjustment range 0.25 to 1.5 In (1) and factory setting According to drive rating and [Standard mot. freq] (bFr)

                                                                    Rated motor current given on the nameplate

                                                                    Can the ATV312 be used with Synchronous motor?

                                                                    Issue: 
                                                                    Can the ATV312 be used with a Permanent Magnet or Synchronous motor?

                                                                    Product Line: 
                                                                    Altivar 312 ATV312

                                                                    Environment: 
                                                                    All

                                                                    Cause:
                                                                    programming

                                                                    Resolution: 
                                                                    No, the ATV312 does not have the capability to run on a synchronous motors.  

                                                                    Where can I find a copy of the ATV312 drives programming manual in Spanish?

                                                                    Issue:
                                                                    Where can I find a copy of the ATV312 drives programming manual in Spanish?

                                                                    Product Line:
                                                                    Altivar ATV312

                                                                    Environment:
                                                                    All 

                                                                    Cause:
                                                                    Needs a copy of the ATV312 drives programming manual in Spanish. 

                                                                    Resolution:
                                                                    https://www.schneider-electric.com/download/WW/EN/details/741406998-ATV312-Guia-de-programacion/?showAsIframe=true&reference=BBV46387 

                                                                     

                                                                    ATV312 drive with a remote speed pot is working in reverse? 

                                                                    Issue:
                                                                    ATV312 drive with a remote speed pot is reversed acting? 

                                                                    Product Line:
                                                                    ATV312 

                                                                    Environment:
                                                                    All serial numbers

                                                                    Cause:
                                                                    Potentiometer is working backwards

                                                                    Resolution:
                                                                    Swap the  +10vdc and the com terminal wires on the potentiometer to reverse the potentiometer operating direction.
                                                                     
                                                                     

                                                                    ATV312 drive with a remote speed pot is working in reverse? 

                                                                    Issue:
                                                                    ATV312 drive with a remote speed pot is working in reverse. 

                                                                    Product Line:
                                                                    ATV312 

                                                                    Environment:
                                                                    All serial numbers

                                                                    Cause:
                                                                    Potentiometer is working backwards

                                                                    Resolution:
                                                                    Swap the +10V and the com termials wires to reverse the potentiometer direction.

                                                                     

                                                                    Do we have CAD drawings for the ATV312 drives?

                                                                    Issue:
                                                                    Do we have CAD drawings for the ATV312 drives?

                                                                    Product Line:
                                                                    Altivar ATV312 and ATV31

                                                                    Environment:
                                                                    All

                                                                    Cause:
                                                                    Cad drawings

                                                                    Resolution:
                                                                    Use the following link to the CAD Drawings Catalog.

                                                                    https://www.schneider-electric.us/sites/us/en/support/product-support-resources/3d-cad.page


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                                                                    What are the differences between the ATV31 and ATV312?

                                                                    Issue:
                                                                    Replacing existing ATV31 drive with ATV312 drive. 

                                                                    Product Line:
                                                                    ATV31, Altivar 31, ATV312, Altivar 312

                                                                    Environment:
                                                                    All models, all serial numbers.

                                                                    Cause:
                                                                    ATV31 became obsolete in Dec 2010.

                                                                    Resolution:
                                                                    The ATV312 drives are a direct replacement for the ATV31 drives (or ATV31-A). Please see attachment. The ATV312 drive has the same dimensions, wiring, and programming as the old version ATV31 drive.

                                                                    The changes made from the ATV31 to ATV312 include:
                                                                    -  Optional DeviceNet, Profibus, CanOpen Daisy Chain communication cards.
                                                                    -  Addition of a rotary dial to quickly scroll parameters
                                                                    -  Addition of Run/Stop buttons
                                                                    -  Addition of a door to cover the buttons against accidental contact
                                                                    -  changed the color of the plastic to follow Schneider Electric color coding (white = control section, black = power section)

                                                                    What is the din rail mounting kit part number for the ATV312?

                                                                    Issue:
                                                                    What is the din rail mounting kit part number for the ATV312?

                                                                    Product Line:
                                                                    ATV312

                                                                    Environment:
                                                                    All

                                                                    Cause:
                                                                    Desire to utilize din mounting kit option

                                                                    Resolution:
                                                                    The part numbers need to order the mounting kit for this drive are VW3A9804 and VW3A9805.

                                                                    VW3A9804 covers the following range of drives: ATV312....
                                                                    018M2, H037M2, H055M2, H075M2, H018M3, H037M3, H055M3, H075M3

                                                                    VW3A9805 covers the following range of drives: ATV312....
                                                                    HU11M2, HU15M2, HU11M3, HU15M3, HU22M3, H037N4, H055N4, H075N4, HU11N4, HU15N4, H075S6, HU15S6
                                                                    Note: The din rail mounting kits are only available for the above drives. 

                                                                    Note: Other drives not list above do not have a din rail kit.

                                                                    Video: How do you clear the SLF serial link fault on the ATV312 drives on a drive that is using (or had used) a remote keypad?

                                                                    Issue:
                                                                    What can cause an SLF fault on the ATV312 drive?

                                                                    Product Line:
                                                                    Altivar ATV31 and ATV312

                                                                    Environment:
                                                                    All

                                                                    Cause:
                                                                    Serial link fault or missing HMI with drive programmed for HMI or LCC control set to yes.

                                                                    Resolution:
                                                                    Make sure parameter LCC in the CTL menu is set to no if you are not using a remote HMI.
                                                                    Also verify that neither Fr1 or Cd1 are set to LCC.

                                                                    NOTE: LCC parameter and the choice of LCC under Fr1 and Cd1 will only be available if a remote keypad is connected to the drive or when programming via SoMove.
                                                                    If the remote keypad is missing or disconnected, you will get the SLF fault and the video below reviews how to clear it.

                                                                    Review this process in the provided video below:


                                                                    SLF can also occur when using ModBus to set the drive's speed (Fr1 or Fr2 set to MdB) or to start/stop the drive (Cd1 or Cd2 set to MdB) if the drive doesn't see a valid read or write request within the programmed communication time out period.
                                                                    Parameter tto [Modbus time out] in the Communication menu is adjustable between 0.1 and 30 seconds.  The Factory default setting is 10.0 seconds).  If Modbus is being used for speed reference or control, the drive must see a read or write request within that time out period or the drive will fault on SLF.
                                                                    To resolve: read/write more frequently, verify Modbus wiring, routing and connections, or increase the timeout period.