digifas 7201

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The digifas 7201 was manufactured by Kollmorgen as part of the Digifas 7000 Servo Amplifier Series. This servo amplifier series features a rated output value of 1.5 Arms and a rated intermediate circuit voltage of 560 V. The digifas 7201 also boasts a rated supply voltage of 3 x 80-400 / 50... 60 Hz +max. 10% and a residual voltage of 5 V .
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digifas 7201

  • Rated 4.5 (23 total ratings)
  • Straightforward Pricing: No Rush Fees, No Credit Card Fees
    In-Stock, Ships 3-5 Days
  • Call for Expedited Shipping and Product Condition Options
The digifas 7201 was manufactured by Kollmorgen as part of the Digifas 7000 Servo Amplifier Series. This servo amplifier series features a rated output value of 1.5 Arms and a rated intermediate circuit voltage of 560 V. The digifas 7201 also boasts a rated supply voltage of 3 x 80-400 / 50... 60 Hz +max. 10% and a residual voltage of 5 V .
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Product Description

The Digifas 7201 is a digital industrial servo amplifier designed by Kollmorgen to help in automation control in the industrial servo system. This amplifier is designed specifically for the 6SM synchronous brushless synchronous motor series; it also features a sophisticated design that allows it to accurately control the operation of this speed over a very broad speed range. The housing of this industrial operator meets the IP20 protection category; thus, this servo amplifier is completely protected from the interference of foreign solid materials with an external diameter higher than 12 millimeters. Under ideal operating conditions, the Digifas 7201 servo drive amplifier operates with an efficiency as high as 95 percent; the amplifier can maintain this high level of motor efficiency for more than five years without experiencing any major machine brake down.

The Digifas 7201 servo amplifier is designed with a three-phase electrical connector through which it receives the rated current it requires for optimum operation. The rated supply voltage that can be used by this industrial machine falls between 80 to 400 volts; this voltage should be supplied at a frequency that falls between 50 to 60 hertz. The electrical components of this industrial servo drive are vulnerable to electrical damage; it is thus important for the operator to connect the amplifier to a fuse that will protect the power circuit of the controller from the sudden electrical surges that often occur in the industrial servo system.

The permissible ambient temperature range for the operation of this industrial servo drive falls between 0 to 40 degree Celsius; this is very important to prevent overheating that often occur when the servo amplifier is operated at an ambient temperature higher than 45 degree Celsius.

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digifas 7201 Technical Specifications

Rated Intermediate Circuit Voltage: 560 V
Cont. Power of Ballast Circuit: 75 kW
Rated Output Current: 1.5 Arms
Rated Supply Voltage: 3 x 80 - 400 V
Rated Frequency: 50 to 60 Hz
Residual Voltage drop at rated current: 5 V
Protection Rating: IP20
Switch-on Threshold of Ballast Circuit: 720 V
Pulse Power of Ballast Circuit (max. 1s): 3.2 kW
Switch-off Threshold on Overvoltage: 750 V

Frequently Asked Questions about digifas 7201


Q: What is the resolution of the fixed setpoint in the DigiFAS 7201?

A: The DigiFAS 7201 features a fixed setpoint with a 14-bit resolution, offering a range of ±10 V. This high-resolution setpoint ensures precise control and accuracy in servo drive applications.

Q: What is the maximum common mode voltage for the DigiFAS 7201?

A: The maximum common mode voltage for the DigiFAS 7201 is ±10 V. This specification is crucial for ensuring stable operation and preventing damage due to voltage fluctuations.

Q: What is the input resistance and max. input drift of the DigiFAS 7201?

A: The DigiFAS 7201 has an input resistance of 20 kΩ and a maximum input drift of ±30 µV/K. These technical specifications ensure reliable performance and stability under varying temperature conditions.

Q: What are the voltage requirements for the digital control inputs and auxiliary voltage supply in DigiFAS 7201?

A: The digital control inputs require a voltage range of 12 to 36 V. For auxiliary voltage supply, without brake, it needs 18 to 36 V and with brake, it requires 24 +10/-5% V. These specific voltage requirements ensure optimal performance and compatibility with different industrial setups.

Q: What is the permissible ambient temperature range for operating the DigiFAS 7201?

A: The DigiFAS 7201 should be operated within an ambient temperature range of 0 to 40 degrees Celsius. Operating above 45 degrees Celsius can lead to overheating, which is detrimental to the servo amplifier's performance and longevity.

Internal Product Review

  • ‘‘The DigiFAS 7201 excels in precision with its 14-bit resolution setpoint. Its robust design ensures stability within 0-40°C ambient temperatures, making it reliable for diverse industrial applications.’’

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