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  1. ABC Electronic Motor Brake

    Stop AC Motor Loads Quickly and Safely...as easy as A-B-C

    Electronic braking stops the load by injecting a controlled amount of DC current into a three phase AC motor. The ABC Series "automatic braking controller" features full-wave DC braking which can be adjusted to stop your load quickly, repeatably and reliably...even if load conditions change. The ABC Series meets the three main objectives that are important in every industry: Maximized Safety, Increased Productivity and Maintenance-Free Operation.

    Maximum Safety
    Protect Machinery & Operators The ABC Series is designed to eliminate dangerous coast-to-stop times of rotating machines and equipment. The ABC Series also eliminates the dangerous practice of jamming the machine to bring it to a stop, which can present potential danger to operators and passers-by alike. OSHA and other safety agencies pay close attention to these types of operating conditions and recognize brakes as an important part of a system to guard against potential dangers. The ABC Series is an ideal way to add braking and eliminate dangerous "coast-to-stop" times in your application.

    Increased Productivity
    Stop AC Motors Quickly for a Profitable Operation Long coast-to-stop times equal lost production time. Now you don't have to wait forever for the load to come to a stop before you make blade changes or change a tool. Simply stop your equipment using an ABC Series electronic brake for increased efficiency and product through-put. The ABC Series also eliminates any need for "plug reversing." Reversing a load when it is still spinning creates mechanical shock which can cause equipment breakage and extended downtime. Your machinery can now do what it was designed to do... make product at a profit.

    Maintenance Free Operation
    Eliminate Costly Down Time Using the ABC Series electronic brake eliminates the wear and tear on mechanical brakes in the system. This means less time and money is spent replacing discs or pads (which is especially important given the "shorter life" material used in today's mechanical brakes). Let the mechanical brake act as a holding brake and let the ABC Series do the stopping. The ABC Series eliminates the common (and also dangerous) practice of "jamming" equipment to stop the load. Expensive blades and tooling are no longer "sacrificed" to stop your motor. The ABC Series for faster, smoother stopping and maintenance free operation.

    Easy to Install
    The ABC Series microprocessor insures proper connections and coordinates system operation. Simply wire the ABC Series electronic brake into the motor starter circuit for a cost effective, maintenance-free means of bringing the motor and load to a stop. No isolation contactors, no additional logic wiring...it works right off the motor input leads! It's as easy as A-B-C.

    Easy to Select
    The ABC Series units are sized by amperage and should be selected based on the application requirements. "Standard Duty" ratings are sized for 95 - 110% of motor FLA. "Extra Duty" ratings are sized for 150 - 250% of motor FLA. Specify maximum braking current and voltage when ordering.


    AC Supply Voltage: 200 - 690 Vac

    HP Ratings: 3 to 1000 HP

    Amp Ratings: 10 to 1000 Amps

    Overload: 500% for 60 sec.

    Enclosure: Available as Module Only or in NEMA 1/12

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      Current Rating
      10 - 1000A in 10 sizes: 10, 24, 50, 100, 200, 300, 400, 550, 800, 1000A

      Voltage Ratings
      Selected voltage ratings + 10%
      Selectable for 50/60Hz + 2 Hz

      Output Capacity
      25% duty cycle at 100% unit rating (model dependant above 200 Amps)

      Starter Monitor = Dry input for auxiliary contact from motor starter.
      Jumper selectable for N.O. or N.C. contact.
      Brake Disable = Dry input for N.O. contact to disable braking before or during operation.
      Can be wired to the starter thermal overload N.O. auxiliary contact to prevent braking of overloaded motor.
      Motor Power Sensor (T3) = voltage input used for sensing motor power presence in sequencing/status circuit and for zero speed sensing during braking.

      Approved for use with existing motor starter fusing when unit is sized for motor FLA. Consult NEC for any other fusing requirements

      Control Method
      Microprocessor unit controls sequencing.
      I/O monitoring and status annunciation.
      Braking current is adjustable via true RMS regulated control using phase angle firing of SCRs.

      Operating Design Temperature
      0 - 50C (32-122F) open, 0 - 40C (32 - 104F) enclosed

      Ambient Conditions
      20 - 95% relative humidity, 0 - 3300ft (1000M) elevation

      Power Circuit
      Full wave bridge, 4 SCRs, designed for use without isolation contactors

      Starter Coil Interlock Two sets of FORM "C" relay contacts for use in interlocking the starter coil and/or other devices to prevent energizing while the braking power is applied.
      Mechanical Brake Release N.O. relay contact for use in controlling electro-mechanical brake as a holding brake.
      When the ABC is"disabled," this circuit controls the mechanical brake normally as if it were the only brake in the system.

      Transient Protection
      RC snubber dv/dt circuit on each SCR device

      Control Circuits
      Self-powered directly from line terminals.
      No separate control voltage required.

      Aux Contact Ratings
      5 amps, 250VAC max

      LED Status Indicators
      Large LEDs: Braking = green; Fault = red
      Small LEDs: Power On, Jog/Armed, Brake Off, Disabled, Over Temp, and Wiring Error

      Operator Adjustments
      Brake Time and Jog Time = 7 position binary dipswitch.
      Brake Current = potentiometer

      Adjustment Ranges
      Brake Jog Times = 0 - 127 seconds in 1 second increments
      Brake Current = Up to 100% unit rating.

      UL, cUL Listed