Delta VFD007C23A Drive Panel Package

The VFD-C2000 series is a high performance FOC (Field Oriented Control) AC drive. This drive is extremely versatile with a real built-in PLC, numerous control options, over 300 parameters, predesigned application features, and a large LCD HMI keypad. These features coupled with input voltages of 230/460vac and a HP range of 1-800 make the C2000 a product for markets around the globe.

Delta VFD007C23A

Delta VFD007C23A

Delta Products
AC Drives, C2000 Series

MFG # VFD007C23A
Series C2000

Drive, AC, 1HP, 240V, 3PH, 5A, VT

Item Number: VFD007C23A
Manufacturer: Delta Products
Item Category: Drives
Subcategory: AC
Series: C2000
Nominal Input VAC: 240 Volts AC
Input Range VAC: 170 to 265 Volts AC
Amps (CT): 4.8 Amps
HP (VT): 1 Horsepower
Amps (VT): 5 Amps
Input Phase: 3
Operator Controls: Keypad Included
Braking Type: DC Injection;Dynamic Braking;AC Line Regenerative
Motor Control-Max Level: Closed Loop Vector
Closed Loop: Yes
AC Line Regenerative?: Yes
Dynamic Braking Trans?: Included
Frame Size: A
Height: 9.84 Inches
Width: 5.12 Inches
Depth: 6.69 Inches
H x W x D (in.): 9.84 x 5.12 x 6.69

Delta VFD C-2000 AC Drive Accessories

Click on the links below to see Drawings and Specs:

Delta C2000 Catalog
Delta C2000 User Manual
Delta C2000 Spec Sheet

You Can Purchase your Delta AC Drive Panel’s with bypass and line reactor  HERE

! Please call, or email your Specs. !

Delta VFD007C23A VFD Drive Panel

Delta Bypass Panels play an important role in a system to reduce energy usage,optimize AC motor speed control, extend motor life, and reduce overall cost. The bypass capabilities allow the motor to be operated from either the Delta VFD or at full speed, directly across the line. The Delta Bypass Panel sets a benchmark for cost, performance, quality, and custom engineered bypass panels. Delta offers both the standard bypass panel, or our custom engineered panel to fulfill all your specification requirements.


Considerations For Use When Selecting, Installing, And Operating AC Drive Panels

Considerations For Use When Selecting, Installing, And Operating AC Drive Panels for AC Drives

1.) Use Separate Conduit for input and output power control wiring when installing a Variable Frequency Drive Panel with your Delta AC Drives.

2.) When selecting the enclosure for a Delta Pre-engineered Drive Panel, consider the Ambient Temperature.

Should the AC Drive Panel include an air conditioner?
Should a winter space heater be included within the VFD Panel?

3.) Adequate Ventilation and or an external heat sink could be a possibility for the AC Drive Package. Will the AC Drive Panel be used indoors or outdoors?

4.) The manufacturer of the Delta VFD within the AC Drive Panel should specify Elevation restrictions.

5.) The Delta AC Motor FLA should be determined when selecting the variable frequency drive within the Packaged Drive Panel.

6.) The Communication requirements should be determined when selecting the appropriate Delta VFD to be utilized within the Pre-engineered AC Drive Panel.

7.) Will the application require Open Loop or Closed Loop Control from the Delta Variable Frequency Drive Panel?

8.) What type of Application will be required of the Delta Pre-engineered Drive Panel?

Positive Displacement Pump?
Beam Pump?
Centrifugal Pump?
Countered Weighted?
Downhole Pump? Compressor?
Cranes and Lifts?

9.) What will be the Speed Range requirements for the AC motor? This information will often dictate the Delta AC drive used for the Packaged AC Drive Solution.

10.) Will Acceleration and or Deceleration time be critical considerations for the Custom AC Drive Panel?

11.) What Type of Control will be used?

This information will be used to customize the enclosure for the Variable Frequency Drive Panel.

12.) How far from the AC Drive Package will the Delta AC motor be located?

13.) Will a Line Reactor or Load Reactor be required for the Pre-engineered AC Drive Panel?

14.) How will the Motor be Stopped? Perhaps dynamic braking will be required of the VFD Panel.

15.) Will the AC Drive Panel require a Fusible Disconnect or Circuit Breaker Disconnect?

16.) Will the Delta VFD Package require a two or perhaps a three contactor bypass with thermal overload protection to insure continued machine operation?

17.) Could a Soft Starter Bypass, within the AC Drive Panel, be utilized to insure continued machine operation?

18.) Will an EMI Filter be required and built into the AC Drive Panel?

19.) Will there be a need to switch the Delta AC Drive Panel from line power to a standby generator?

20.) Will a Voltage Monitor be required for the Packaged AC Drive Panel to provide protection in case of loss of phase, under or over voltage, or voltage imbalance between phases?

21.) If a 3R enclosure is utilized for the AC Drive Panel, a Lighting Arrestor could be included.

22.) Name on outer door showing the machine ID to be controlled by the Pre-engineered Drive Panel?

23.) Isolation transformers are sometimes utilized to insure complete isolation of grounding and possible noise producing input power.