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BI-POLAR ANALOG INPUT CARD (SE51)

The bi-polar speed reference input card (SE51) allows the direction of a motor to be controlled via a speed potentiometer or external bi-polar speed reference rather than the forward / reverse terminal selector.

The +10V potentiometer reference can be supplied from the drive (term. #3) or from an external power supply. The -10V potentiometer reference must be supplied from an external supply. The SE51 also has a relay that is controlled by the digital output (default “zero speed”) of the drive.

SE51 TERMINAL DIAGRAM

Control Techniques Commander SE Bi-Polar Analog Input Card (SE51) Terminal Diagram.

 

NOTE

For complete instructions. refer to the Commander SE User Guide or go to www.emersonct.com

 

SE51 TERMINAL DESCRIPTION

Singular Connector Pin # Function
PL112Bi-polar Analog Input
(+10 VDC, 22k Ohms)
0V Common
PL2 (Interface connections
to Commander SE)
1
2
3
4
5
6
0V Common
0 to + 10 VDC Analog Output
+24 VDC Supply for option card
Digital Input (+24 VDC) to control relay
Run Forward Output (+24 VDC)*
Run Reverse or Run Forward /
Reverse Output (+24 VDC)
PL312Relay Contact Common
(48 VAC / DC, 2A resistive)
Relay Contact (Normally Open)
* Directional control of Commander SE

 

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Communication

COMMUNICATION CARDS

Control Techniques Commander SE Communication Cards.

Each fieldbus interface for the Commander SE is a single option card that fits within the drive, Parameter data is transferred to and from the Commander SE using a 2-wire RS485 link into the serial communications port on the drive.

 

Communication Protocol* Order Code
RS485 / Modbus RTUas standard
PROFIBUS-DPSE73
INTERBUSSE74
DeviceNetSE77DN
CANopenSE77CO

 

 

* Maximum communication rate through RJ45 port is 192 kbaud Commander SE operates as slave node only

 

Control Techniques Commander SE Communication Protocols.

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