The DKC11.3-040-7-FW is a servo drive controller that is produced by the company, Rexroth Indramat. It is a part of the manufacturer’s DKC line of AC drive controllers. This device has standard firmware preinstalled, but this can be changed. This is an Ecodrive version 3 series 11 device.
There are multiple add-on cards available for the DKC11.3-040-7-FW, which can enhance its functionality or improve compatibility with some motors. The drive control can be combined with other components to make an Ecodrive automation system. This is an affordable automation solution, which does its job efficiently. This card features an analog communications interface and comes with four different operating modes. </p>
The design of the DKC11.3-040-7-FW is compact and this allows it to be fit into a variety of automation systems. This device is designed to work with MKD motors from Indramat but it can support a variety of motors, including both single-axis and multi-axis ones. All of this makes it versatile and suitable for a wide range of applications, including the packaging and handling.
The nominal DC bus voltage of the DKC11.3-040-7-FW is 700V, while its rated current is 40A. To protect the device from environmental conditions, it is insulated according to IP20 standards. Unfortunately, this means that it is not protected from water entry into the device. This device can work at temperatures up to 55°C but it will produce maximum output if the temperature is between 5°C and 45°C.
|Servo Amplifier Drive Controller Unit:||DKC|
|Voltage Rating:||DC 700V|
|Firmware Version:||Factory Assigned|
|Nature of Firmware:||Factory Assigned|
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