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Unidrive SP
230V / 460V Servo Drive Systems

Unidrive SP – Advanced Solutions Platform for Servo Motor Control
Control Techniques’ Unidrive SP delivers dynamic performance to operate a wide array of servo motor types and power
ratings. Snap-in SM option modules allow the addition of programming platforms, distributed or centralized control
architecture, I/O, communications and feedback to tailor the solution to specific application needs.
Terminal cover for DC
bus, low voltage power
supply and on board
EMC filter

SmartCard for
parameter, PLC
program storage

Drive identification
marker rail
Optional keypad,
available as highbrightness LED or
multi-language LCD
with plain text

Internal EMC filter with
easy disconnect

Power On / Drive
Status LED

Aluminium heatsink:
drive can be mounted on
a flat surface, or through
panel mounted so that
the heat is dissipated
outside the enclosure*

Modbus
communications port
for PC programming
and device interfacing

3 universal SM option
module slots for
communications,
I/O, additional
feedback devices and
automation/motion
controllers*

Relay connections

Universal encoder
port supporting
Incremental, SinCos,
SSI, EnDAT and
HIPERFACE encoder
types

Power connections
with removable
terminals*

Plug-in connections with
removable terminals*

* Features and their locations vary on some drive sizes

ENVIROMENTAL
MANAGEMENT

E171230

2

N1652

Certificate No. EMS 54446

ISO 14001

003

QUALITY
MANAGEMENT

Certificate No. Q 05176

003

ISO 9001

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One Drive, Any Power, Any Motor

Performance Advantage

The Unidrive SP is a universal AC and Servo drive with
ratings from 0.5 to 2,900hp. This field-proven drive
features dynamic servo performance with a wide array
of power, motor types and snap-in SM option modules
including programming/automation platforms, distributed
or centralized control, I/O, communications and feedback
to tailor the solution to your exact needs. (For full details
on the wide range of available option modules, please see
the Control Techniques SM Option Modules brochure.)

Servo Motor Control
Closed-loop servo motor control and power regeneration
control features in one drive

Dual Duty Ratings — Normal and Heavy
Provides cost-effective sizing choices for all applications

24Vdc Auxiliary Power Supply Input
Maintains control, network communications and position loop on
input AC power loss, minimizing system recovery time

Comprehensive Auto-Tune

Panel Mount – Standard Drives
0.5 - 200hp (0.37kW to 132kW)

Inertia monitoring and static auto-tune reduce startup time

Unidrive SP Panel Mount drives are standard AC input, AC
output sizes for installation within a control panel. Optional
conduit boxes are available for wall mounting.

Universal Feedback Interface

Ratings

High-Resolution Analog Input
Normal Duty

Input
Voltage

Supports 14 different types of feedback devices, including several
absolute encoders; multiple encoders can be connected to a
single drive with SM option modules

16-bit, 250µsec interface for high-performance applications;
two additional 10-bit analog inputs for lower level controls

Heavy Duty

200-240V,
1Ø

Extensive Fieldbus Connectivity
ModbusRTU (Standard), Profibus-DP (V1), Ethernet, DeviceNet,
CAN, CANOpen, EtherCAT, SERCOS, Interbus-S and CTNet/CTSync
optional via zero-space option modules; up to four fieldbus
devices can connect to a single drive, eliminating the need for
expensive gateways

200-240V,
3Ø
380-480V,
3Ø
500-575V,
3Ø

Universal SM Option Module Slots

500-690V,
3Ø

20
0.5

2 3

50
25

60

100

125

150

Horsepower Range

175

200

Unidrive SP size 0 has two slots; Unidrive SP sizes 1 and up have
three option module slots; SM-Fieldbus, I/O and Application
modules fit in any of the open module slots

Safe Torque Off Function
Conforms to IEC61800-5-1, SIL 3 and EN954-1 Category 3 for
machine safety and system cost reduction

SmartCard for Simple Set-up and Cloning
Easy-to-use card stores drive configuration for simple startup and
parameter cloning — supplied free with every Unidrive SP

Keypad Options
Choose no keypad, LED keypad or LCD keypad based on the
system design and operating environment

Drive-Mounted Brake Resistors
Unidrive SP sizes 0, 1 and 2 feature a drive-mounted brake resistor
option to reduce panel space requirements

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Automation Solutions
Unidrive SP programmable drives offer more compact, higher-performance and lower-cost solutions in machinery
automation applications. Over the past 20 years, Control Techniques has pioneered the embedding of programmable
automation, motion control and communications features within its drive products.

Featured SM Option Modules
To provide the best possible dynamic motor performance, the
following Control Techniques SM option modules contain a
high-performance microprocessor that allows the base drive
to be dedicated to shaft control as well as machine control.
SM-EZMotion
The SM-EZMotion option module and Control
Techniques’ FREE PowerTools Pro software
provide a user-friendly environment for
“out-of-the-box” configuration and motion
programming. The EZMotion approach is ideal for rapid
development of motion application solutions. The module
has four digital inputs and two digital outputs for high-speed
I/O operations.
SM-Applications Plus
SM-Applications Plus offers all of the features
of the SM-Applications Lite V2 module plus
Control Techniques’ CTNet network tool (see
below), RS485 serial port and high-speed I/O. The
SM-Applications Plus option module is programmed using
SyPTPro (System Programming Tool).
• Drive-to-drive communications: SM-Applications Plus
option modules include a high-speed, drive-to-drive
network called CTNet. This network is optimized for
intelligent drive systems offering flexible peer-to-peer
communications. CTNet has the capability to connect to
remote I/O, operator panels, Mentor MP DC drives and PCs
providing the ability to perform true parallel multi-tasking.
• Control Techniques’ CTSync is also standard on the
SM-Applications Plus module, providing the drive clock
synchronization with <4µsec jitter.
• Inputs/Outputs: This module has two digital inputs and
two digital outputs for high-speed I/O operations such as
position capture and actuator firing.

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SM-Applications Lite V2
The SM-Applications Lite V2 option module
provides programmable control for standalone
drive applications or when the drive is connected
to a centralized controller via I/O or fieldbus. SMApplications Lite V2 may be programmed using Ladder Logic
with SyPTLite or can use the full automation and motion
control capabilities contained within SyPTPro, IEC 61131-3
software (see page 8 for more information).
• Real-time control: The SM-Applications Lite V2 module
provides real-time access to all of the drive’s parameters
plus access to data from I/O and other drives. The module
uses a high-speed multi-tasking operating system with task
update times as low as 250µs. Tasks are synchronized to
the drive’s own control loops to give you the best possible
performance for drive control and motion.
SM-Register
The SM-Register option module is designed to
provide a flexible, high-performance solution
for programmable motion requiring high-speed
registration features – ideal for applications such
as printing, packaging and cutting machinery.
Features include:
• Motion programming using PLCopen or Control
Techniques’ Advanced Position Controller (APC)
• Two fully independent registrations capture channels
• Storage for 256 events per channel, microseconds apart
• Pattern recognition
• Speed capacity in excess of 3000ft/min
• Ability to filter unwanted marks (i.e. splashes, dirt, text, etc.)
• Minimum and/or maximum pulse width
• Distance from previous edge

• Compensation for registration sensor throughput delay
• CTNet and CTSync functionality

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“Made-to-Order” Drive Configurations
Feature-rich Unidrive SP drives are optimized for servo applications requiring high peak torque, dynamic response, ease of use and
versatile integration features. Several core configurations are listed below to which feedback, communications or I/O option modules
can be added for custom solutions. All in all, there are over 10,000 possible Unidrive SP configurations allowing you to match your
specific application and development requirements. The following combination examples also offer the option of adding two
additional option modules.
Unidrive SP “Base.” With up to 14 different motor feedback
options, the base Unidrive SP can be easily controlled with
single- and multi-axis controllers, PLC’s and host controllers
for medium- to high-power applications. The analog torque
or velocity modes can be used with classic position controllers
using analog outputs and encoder inputs. The drive can be
controlled over a SERCOS or EtherCAT network with the
addition of an SM-SERCOS or SM-EtherCAT option module.

Product Styles

Drive set-up parameters can be easily stored on a credit
card­-sized SmartCard. Simple sequencing logic can be
accomplished using the onboard Ladder editor. Configuration
and diagnostics is done using the FREE CTSoft software tool.

Control Hierarchy
Centralized Control System
Decentralized Control System
Hybrid
Standalone Applications
Motion Control Functionality
Velocity, Torque Mode
Position-Indexing
Synchronization, Electronic Gearing
CAMS
Programming Environment
Drag-and-Drop, Fill-in-the-Blank
Text Programming
PLC Open
IEC 61131 Programming
FREE Application Software
PowerTools Pro
SyPTPro
SyPTLite
CTSoft
CTScope
CTOPCServer

Unidrive SP “EZ” (Base drive + SM-EZMotion module).
With out-of-the-box motion control in less than five minutes,
the Unidrive SP is the ultimate servo drive in terms of ease of
use and motion performance. Utilizing a familiar Windows®
interface, machine builders can use PowerTools Pro software
to quickly set up and program the Unidrive SP “EZ” to perform
almost any motion profile. Applications requiring camming,
indexing, electronic gearing, velocity and torque modes
can be accomplished through simple drag-and-drop, fillin-the-blank set-up. Real-time programs with “Basic-like”
command structured text can be used to program the machine
sequencing. The programming interface guides the user
through the drive, I/O and motion configurations. The drive
offers a standalone solution for many common indexing and
synchronized motion applications.

Unidrive SP Configuration

“Base”

“EZ”

“Plus”

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Unidrive SP “Apps” (Base drive + SM-Applications Plus module). This
full-functionality machine control set-up is optimized for high-performance
machine cells requiring drive-to-drive networking and precision motion
control synchronization. SyPT Pro is an IEC61131-3 compliant software
development environment used to provide effective machine control,
motion and network communications. Ethernet and I/O connectivity
enable interfacing with other automation components and intellectual
property protection ensures your valuable knowledge remains secure.

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Motion Made Easy™ Solutions
“Motion Made Easy™ ”
Each step is configured using
simple check boxes, drop-down
selections and drag-and-drop
functionality. A straightforward
programming language allows
users to develop more complex
applications and advanced
sequencing by simply dragging
functions onto the work area and
dropping them in place.

PowerTools Pro Software for Unidrive SP EZMotion
PowerTools Pro software provides advanced motion control programming for Control
Techniques drives with internal motion controller. This FREE software enables users
to fully realize the power of our EZMotion motion controller. A familiar Microsoft®
Windows® interface provides operators and machine builders with the tools needed to
access everything they need for complete servo control — PLS, Queueing, High-Speed
Capture, Electronic Gearing, Event Assignments and more.
Developing motion applications with PowerTools Pro is a simple “five-step, topdown” process. The five steps are displayed in a familiar “explorer” bar (insert, left)
for easier navigation:
• H
 ardware
configuration

• Drive setup
• I/O setup

• Motion
• Programs

Assignments – Use “virtual wiring” to create programs right out of the box without
writing a single line of code. For example, the assignment screen (below) allows you to
drag-and-drop the desired machine function onto the digital inputs and outputs.

Indexes – Indexes are
easily set up by filling in the
screen’s blanks to create an
index profile. Select from
Incremental, Absolute,
Registration or Rotary Plus
and Minus types. “Position
Tracker™” synchronization is
easily achieved using menu
selections. Choose the
time base of the index by
selecting either real-time or
synchronization with a master.

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Software Matched to Your Application Requirements
PowerTools Pro continued

Camming – Cams make set-up and programming of complex motion profiles easy.
The use of real-time programs provides smooth transitions when switching between
cam profiles on the fly. Cam data is easily imported within PowerTools Pro and the cam
graphing tool features multiple interpolation types.
Sophisticated
motion routines
such as camming,
gearing or
multiple profile
summation
are easily
implemented with
PowerTools Pro
and Unidrive SP.

Network – Regardless of the fieldbus
being used, setting up network communications is quick and easy. Fill-inthe-blank, drag-and-drop procedures
are used to set up communication.
PowerTools Pro’s diagnostics allow you
to monitor the data being sent and
received.

Typical Applications

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Sensor
AC Motor

NT Motor

Master Axis
Encoder

Random Infeed – Smartbelt

High-Speed Labeling

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Flexible Automation Software
SyPTPro (Systems Programming Toolkit)
SyPTPro is a full-featured automation development
environment that can be used for developing tailored
solutions for single- or multiple-drive applications. The
programming environment fully supports three IEC 61131
languages: Function Block, Ladder Logic and Structured
Text. Motion control is configured using PLCopen motion
language, supporting multiple axes.

Ladder Logic

CTNet, a high-speed, deterministic drive-to-drive
network links the drives, SCADA and I/O together to form
a networked system, with SyPTPro managing both the
application programs and network communications.
Programming Flexibility
SyPTPro can be used with three programming languages
— Function Block diagram, Ladder Logic and Drive
Programming Language (DPL). The software offers a multitasking environment in which tasks are scheduled according
to the required speed of execution or triggered by events.
Function Block

SyPTPro is the ideal format for sequencing and I/O control
familiar to all PLC programmers. Using an SM-Applications
Plus module, over 5,000 rungs of logic may be stored
and executed. All normal Ladder Logic functions are
available plus high-level blocks for communications, word
manipulation, math operands and much more.
Drive Programming Language (DPL)
DPL is a structured text language as easy to use as BASIC,
incorporating many standard constructs such as IF-THENELSE and FOR-NEXT loops. DPL is ideal for initializing,
configuration and general programming of Control
Techniques drives. DPL may be mixed throughout the
program with the other graphical editors such as Ladder Logic.

SyPTPro includes a library of more than 380 Function Blocks
for both simple and complex functions. In addition to the
defined Function Blocks, users can create User Defined
Function Blocks (UDFB). This feature allows users to create
special functions. It is also possible to use pre-defined
Function Blocks inside the UDFB. Intellectual property can
be protected by creating a UDFB that allows access only to
authorized source code users.

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PLCopen (Open Motion Programming)
PLCopen-style programming for motion control uses
industry-standard Function Blocks for motion control
resulting in reduced development time.

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Additional Software
CTOPC Server

CTScope

OPC is the industry standard for connecting industrial
automation components to higher-level information systems
such as SCADA, MRP, ERP and others. Control Techniques’
CTOPC server is an OPC-compliant server that allows PCs to
communicate with Control Techniques drives via Ethernet,
CTNet, RS485 and USB. The OPC standard allows OPC clients
to browse data from an OPC server thus eliminating the
need for gateway data concentrators or proprietary drivers
and gateways. CTOPC server “serves” data to the various
OPC clients then polls data from all Control Techniques
components connected via Modbus RTU, Modbus TCP/IP or
CTNet.

CTSize

This Windows®-based software utility is designed to trend/
trace parameter values on Control Techniques drives and option modules. CTScope has the look and feel of a traditional
hardware oscilloscope and can plot up to four channels of
data simultaneously. All channel data appears in single-scope
view for easy comparison and CTScope files can be saved for
future use.

CTSoft

This easy-to-use servo drive sizing software helps select the
optimum system in just six steps:
1. Select one of six pre-configured load types: Leadscrew,
Rack and Pinion, Conveyor, Cylinder, Feedroll and User
Defined.
2. Fill in the load details.
3. Enter the load’s motion profile, making use of profile-type
shortcuts or creating multi-segment profiles.
4. Select speed reduction from Belt/Pulley, Gear/Gear,
Chain/Sprocket, or Gearbox for up to three separate
stages of reduction.
5. Select from all products or narrow the search to a specific
drive and/or motor.
The optimum motor/drive combination appears in the
Results tab.

Control Techniques’ free drive configuration tool can be used
to commission, optimize and monitor Unidrive SP “Base”
drives. CTSoft uses wizards to simplify commissioning,
manages data stored on the SmartCard and features robust
and graphical tools for monitoring and troubleshooting. The
status of the program can be monitored and the speed of the
motion reduced for commissioning and testing purposes.

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External Control
SM-APPS-LITE-V2

SM-APPS-PLUS

SM-REGISTER

Windows 98,
NT 4.0, 2000,
XP, Vista 32 or
7-compatible PC

SM-EZMOTION

PowerTools Pro

Multi-Axis Controller

PLC

USB Port-to-Drive Serial Interface Cable
CT-USB-CABLE

See the Software brochure
for relevence to each module and order codes

MC464

Operator Interface Options
SmartCard

Software

HMI Operator Interface

LCD Keypad

LED Keypad

LED Keypad

Remote panel or drivemount LCD multilingual
text keypad display to IP54
(NEMA 12)

Drive mount LED
display to IP65
(NEMA 12)
Size 1 and up.

Drive mount LED
display to IP65
(NEMA 12)
Size Zero.

SM-KEYPAD-PLUS

SM-KEYPAD

KEYPAD-SP0

CTScope
CTOPCserver
Memory device to
store and copy drive
parameters

See the Options & Accessories
brochure for order codes

SMARTCARD

Interconnect Cable

Communications
Standard

See Options & Accessories brochure for order codes

Options

RTU

Modbus RTU

SM Option Modules
SM-CAN
SM-CANOPEN
SM-DEVICENET
SM-ETHERCAT

SM-ETHERNET:
EtherNet/IP, Modbus TCP/IP,
email, web server, simple
network time Protocol

TCP/IP

SM-INTERBUS
SM-PROFIBUS-DP
SM-PROFINET
SM-SERCOS

Input / Output

10

SM Option Modules

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Remote I/O
CTNet
HEALTHY
BUS ERR
COM RUN 24V 0V
INIT ERR
I/O RUN
I/O ERR

BECKHOFF

SM-I/O-32 (32 digital I/O)
SM-I/O-24V (protected)
SM-I/O-LITE
SM-I/O-PELV
SM-I/O-TIMER (Real-Time Clock)
SM-I/O-120V (120Vac I/O)
SM-I/O-PLUS

BK7200

5 Analog input/outputs
7 Digital input/outputs
1 Safe Torque Off

Options

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Standard

PE PE

See the Options & Accessories
brochure for order codes

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Dynamic Braking Options
Filters
Internal Zero-Space Braking Resistor
Standard

Dynamic Brake Resistors
E-Stop or Cyclic Duty

Options

Internal EMC
Filter

External EMC Filter
Frame sizes 0 to 2.
See the Options & Accessories
brochure for order codes

See the Options & Accessories
brochure for order codes

See the Options & Accessories
brochure for order codes

Feedback
Standard

Sincos Quadrature
Frequency/Direction
Clockwise/Counter Clockwise

Options

SM Option Modules
SM-UNI-ENCODER*
SM-ENCODER-OUT**
SM-ENCODER-PLUS**
SM-RESOLVER
* Accepts and replicates incremental and
absolute feedback types. Recommended
for Servo and positioning applications
** For use with Induction motors and
incremental feedback devices.

Installation Accessories
Conduit Boxes

DC Back-up Power Supply
24Vdc Control

48-96Vdc Power

24VDC

Available on sizes 1 to 6 for
wall-mount applications
See Options & Accessories brochure
for order codes

Motor Control Modes
AC Induction Open-loop
Vector Control

AC Induction Closed-loop
Vector Control

Servo Motor

Linear Motor

Regenerative
Active Front End

10 min

10 min
10 min

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Motors to Match Your Application Needs
The Unidrive SP supports 14 feedback devices as standard
for flawless operation with nearly any Servo motor or
actuator to fit a wide range of motion control needs. Control
Techniques manufactures several matched motor solutions
for Unidrive SP Servo drives and supplies a wide range of
gear reducers, actuators and other motion products through
Control Techniques’ One Source program (see page 16).
Control Techniques drive-and-motor combinations provide an
optimized system in terms of ratings, performance, cost and
ease of use. Some motors fitted with high-resolution SinCos or
absolute encoders are pre-loaded with the motor “electronic

Servo Motor
Product Matrix

HD Motors

NT Motors

nameplate” data during the manufacturing process. This data
can be read by Control Techniques Servo drives and used to
automatically optimize the drive settings.
This feature simplifies commissioning
and maintenance, ensures
consistent
performance
and saves
time.

XV Motors

FM Motors

MG Motors

MH Motors

Motor Family
230/460

230

230

230/460

230

460

Up to 166lb-in
(18.8Nm)

Up to 56lb-in
(6.3Nm)

Up to 101lb-in
(11.4Nm)

Up to 1204lb-in
(136Nm)

Up to 162lb-in
(18.3Nm)

Up to 748lb-in
(84.9Nm)

Flange

IEC

IEC, NEMA

Metric

IEC

Frame

55, 67, 89, 115mm

2, 3in

40, 60, 80,
130mm

55, 75, 95, 115, 142,
190, 250mm

Inertia

Low

Low (high inertia opt.)

Low, Medium

Med. (high inertia opt.)

Peak Torque

Up to 499lb-in
(56.4Nm)

Up to 144lb-in
(16.3Nm)

Up to 301lb-in
(34Nm)

Up to 3611lb-in
(408Nm)

Up to 3611
lb-in (54.9Nm)

Up to 1500lb-in
(182Nm)

Base Speeds

Up to 6000rpm

Up to 5000rpm

Up to 5000rpm

Up to 6000rpm

Up to 5000rpm

Up to 4000rpm

Drive Voltage
Continuous Stall Torque

Connector Options

Circular-style frame
mounted 90° and
rotatable

MS- or circular-style
frame mounted, MS
style on 40in lead,
flying leads, drive
connector terminated
leads (20ft max.)

Feedback Options

Incremental encoders, optical SinCos
single & multi-turn,
inductive SinCos
single- & multi-turn
resolver, Hiperface
(SICK) and EnDAT

Incremental
2048 line count,
inductive absolute,
resolver

Approvals

12

2, 3, 4in

3, 4, 6, 8in
Medium

YES

Brake Options

Ingress Protection

IEC, NEMA

AMP Mat-n-Loc™
on 1ft. lead (4080mm); MS-style
frame mounted
(130mm)

Circular-style frame
mounted 90° and
rotatable; optional 90°
fixed, vertical or mixed

MS-style frame mounted

Incremental
2048 line count

Incremental encoders,
optical SinCos single &
multi-turn, inductive SinCos single- &
multi-turn, resolver,
Hiperface (SICK) and
EnDAT

Incremental 2048 line count

IP65

IP65, IP67, IP68

IP55, IP65

IP65

IP65

CE, RoHS

CE, UL (RoHS opt.)

CE, UL, RoHS

CE, UL, RoHS

CE, UL

Assembled in the U.S.A.

Assembled in the U.S.A.

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Selecting the Right Motor for the Right Drive
Control Techniques drive-and-motor combinations provide
an optimized system in terms of ratings, performance, cost
and ease of use. Use Control Techniques’ FREE CTSelect
software to select system components or manually select
the system using the following steps.

Check that the rotor inertia of the selected motor has a
ratio of <10 when calculated with the load inertia using
the following equation:
Load inertia / rotor inertia

1. Determine the application’s continuous and peak torque
requirements at various motor shaft speeds, then refer to
motor data tables and the visual-reference overview on
the facing page to help determine which motor family will
be most appropriate for the application.
2. Once the motor family is selected, refer to the Control
Techniques Servo Motors brochure to select a specific
motor that delivers the required torque and speed.
Make note of the continuous and peak current (Amps)
requirements of the selected motor.
3. Check the ratings tables on page 19 of this brochure to
select the drive model that delivers adequate continuous
and peak current for the selected motor.
4. Go to the Control Techniques Servo Motors brochure to
select motor power and feedback cables for the selected
drive/motor combination.

Note: A gear reducer will reduce the load inertia based on
the following equation:
Reflected load inertia = load inertia / (gear ratio) 2
When specifying a motor system, be sure to consider such
factors as user-interface (HMI) options, braking resistors and
other options and accessories that will enhance the system’s
performance and value (see Options & Accessories brochure
for information and order codes).
Electronic Nameplates
Some motors fitted with high-resolution SinCos or absolute
encoders are pre-loaded with the motor “electronic
nameplate” data during the manufacturing process. This
data can be read by Control Techniques’ Servo drives and
used to automatically optimize the drive settings. This
feature simplifies commissioning and maintenance, ensures
consistent performance and saves time.

Example (using Control Techniques’ NT Motor family and Unidrive SP Servo drive family):
Step 3: Select the Unidrive SP drive with adequate current rating.
Frame Size

Step 1: The application requires 10 lb-in continuous torque.
The input voltage available is 230Vac.
NT Torque Range

Frame
Size

NT-207

7.5
.

NT-212

22.5
18

12.5

NT-320
1

Order Code

37.5

20

56
59
6

10
Continuous Stall (lb-in)

200-240Vac
+/- 10% 3Ø
([email protected],
[email protected])

100
Peak (lb-in)

0

Step 2: The Control Techniques Servo Motors brochure lists
the NT-212 motor with 2.7A continuous torque and 6A peak.

Normal Duty
Max
Continuous
Current (A)

Motor
Power
(hp)

Heavy Duty
Typical
Output
(kW)

Max
Continuous
Current (A)

Motor
Power
(hp)

Typical
Output
(kW)

SP0201

2.2

0.5

0.37

2.2

0.5

0.37

SP0202

3.1

0.75

0.55

3.1

0.75

0.55

SP0203

4

1

0.75

4

1

0.75

SP0204

5.7

1.5

1.1

5.7

1.5

1.1

SP0205

7.5

2

1.5

7.5

2

1.5

Step 4: Select the appropriate power and feedback cables.

NT Motor Specifications
Rated
Torque
Motor Model lb-in (Nm)

Cont.
Stall
Current
Arms

Peak
Current
Arms

Max
Motor
Motor
Operating
Resistance Inductance
Speed
Ohms
mH
rpm

Inertia
lb-in-sec2
(kgm2)

Motor Kt
Motor Ke lb-in/Arms
Vrms/krpm (Nm/Arms)

Motor
Weight
lb (kg)

NT-207

7.5 (.85)

1.7

3.6

11.1

39.1

5000

0.000094 (.106)

35

5.12 (.58)

3 (1.36)

NT-212

12.5 (1.4)

2.7

6

4.56

18.9

5000

0.000164 (.000018)

35

5.12 (.58)

4 (1.82)

NT-320
NT-320

20 (2.2)

5.4

16.2

1.5

16.0

4000

0.000328 (.37)

29

3.50 (.40)

6 (2.72)

18.0 (2.0)

5.4

16.2

1.5

16.0

4000

0.000558 (.63)

29

3.50 (.40)

6.9 (3.13)

medium inertia

32 (3.6)
6.25
18.38 Techniques’
1.2
15.0 motor
4000
36
4.73
(.53)
7.3 (3.31)
For NT-320
complete information
on Control
Servo
offering,0.000438
refer to(.494)
brochure number
BRO-SRVOMTRS-1107.

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Standard Features
SmartCard

The SmartCard is a memory device that is supplied with
every Unidrive SP and can be used to back-up parameter sets
and PLC programs and copy them from one drive to another.
• Parameter and program storage
• Simplify drive maintenance and commissioning
• Quick set-up for sequential build of machines
• Machine upgrades can be stored on a SmartCard and sent
to the customer for installation

Internal Dynamic Braking Resistors

Unidrive SP-Compatible Encoders

During deceleration, the kinetic energy stored in the
spinning mass of the motor/load combination is converted
to electrical energy which recharges the drive’s DC bus.
Dynamic braking resistors provide a means of rapidly
dissipating that energy so that the drive does not fault from
the DC bus over voltage trip. The Ohmic value and power
rating of the braking resistor is a function of the drive type,
size and duty cycle of the application.

Encoder Type

A zero-space braking resistor is available for heatsink
mounting on Unidrive SP frame sizes 0 to 2. These resistors
are designed for low-inertia loads commonly used in servo
type applications. For higher inertia loads, the heatsinkmounted resistor may not have enough braking capacity
and a larger external resistor may be required. No additional
thermal protection device is required with these heatsinkmounted resistor packages.
Frame
Size

DC
Resistance

Power
Rating

0

70Ω

50W

SM-HEATSINK-DBR0

1

75Ω

50W

SM-HEATSINK-DBR1

2

37.5Ω

100W

SM-HEATSINK-DBR2

Order Code

Quadrature incremental encoders with or without marker pulse
Quadrature incremental encoders with UVW commutation signals for
permanent magnet motors with or without marker pulse
Forward / reverse incremental encoders with or without marker pulse
Forward / reverse incremental encoders with UVW commutation signals
for permanent magnet motors with or without marker pulse
Frequency and direction incremental encoders with or without marker
pulse
Frequency and direction incremental encoders with UVW commutation
signals for permanent magnet motors with or without marker pulse
SinCos incremental encoders
Heidenhain sin/cos encoders with Endat comms for absolute position
Stegmann sin/cos encoders with Hiperface comms for absolute position
SinCos encoders with SSI comms for absolute position
SSI encoders (gray code or binary)
Endat comms only encoders
UVW commutation only encoders*
* This feedback device provides very low resolution feedback and should not be used for
applications requiring a high level of performance

(Drives larger than Size 2 do not have this option.)

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Options
The Unidrive SP provides application and system designers with an incredibly flexible drive
platform which is easily modified by an extensive range of sophisticated snap-in SM option
modules for economical, space saving solutions. SM option modules install easily into any of
the three option slots on the Unidrive SP with no tools required. The I/O, feedback, motion
control, communication and application modules enable the Unidrive SP to provide an
optimized solution to meet your specific application requirements.
Option

Base Drive
Configuration
and
Programming

Operator
Interface

Description
Cloning and parameter
storage card
Configuration software
USB 485 communications cable
Keypad to drive cable, 5ft

SP-LCD-485-010
SP-LCD-485-015

Keypad to drive cable, 25ft

SP-LCD-485-025

Keypad to drive cable, 50ft

SP-LCD-485-050

Keypad to drive cable, xxx is cable
length in 5ft increments (max length
100ft)

SP-LCD-485-xxx

No keypad option

Standard

LED keypad (SP size 1 to 6)

SM-KEYPAD2

LED keypad (SP size 0 only)

KEYPAD-SP02

LCD keypad

SM-KEYPAD-PLUS2
See the Options &
Accessories brochure
Based on Drive
See page 13
See the Options &
Accessories brochure
Standard
See the Options &
Accessories brochure
SYPT-LITE

Cyclic-duty braking resistor
Zero-space EMC filter
External EMC filters

Applications
Programming
Software

Programmable
SM Option
Modules

CTSOFT
CT-USB-CABLE
SP-LCD-485-005

Keypad to drive cable, 15ft

Zero-space brake resistor
E-Stop duty braking resistor

Ladder Logic and Function Blocks
IEC 61131-3 (Ladder Logic,
Function Block, and text-based)
Motion Made Easy™
programming
Systems programming
(distributed control)
SM-Applications Plus
Systems programming
(centralized control)
SM-Applications Lite V2
System programming
and registration
Dedicated motion control

Option

SMARTCARD1

Keypad to drive cable, 10ft

Programmable HMI panels

Power
Accessories

Order Code

SYPTPRO
POWERTOOLSPRO

Communications
SM Option
Modules

Feedback
SM Option
Modules

I/O SM Option
Modules

SM-APPS-PLUS

Order Code

Modbus RTU follower
Modbus RTU master
Modbus RTU master
DeviceNet
PROFIBUS DP
PROFINET
Ethernet (Modbus TCP/IP,
EtherNet IP)
INTERBUS-S
CANopen
CAN Interface
Ethernet (EtherCAT)
SERCOS
CTNet, CTSync

Standard
SM-APPS-PLUS3
SM-REGISTER3
SM-DEVICENET
SM-PROFIBUS-DP
SM-PROFINET

CTNet, CTSync
Universal encoder feedback
SM-Universal Encoder Plus
Incremental encoder input
SM-Encoder Plus
Incremental encoder input and
output SM-Encoder Output
Plus
Resolver feedback
Screw terminal connector
Extended analog and digital
I/O
Extra analog and digital I/O
Extended I/O
Extra I/O with Real-Time Clock/
Calendar
120/240 Vac I/O
Double insulated extended I/O

SM-REGISTER

Remote network I/O

SM-APPS-LITE-V2
Safety
SM-REGISTER
SM-EZMOTION4

Description

Miscellaneous

1 Can be ordered separately, but comes standard with Unidrive SP
2 Must be ordered separately
3 Provides an additional Modbus RTU port (in addition to one on drive)
4 Only one of these modules can be used in a Unidrive SP at a time
5 Available mid-2011
6 Where xxx is the length in feet in 5 foot increments up to 100ft
7 Requires an SM-Application module

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+24 Vdc protected I/O
Safe Torque Off (STO)
High-speed
IEC 61800-5-2 functions

SM-ETHERNET
SM-INTERBUS
SM-CANOPEN
SM-CAN7
SM-ETHERCAT
SM-SERCOS
SM-APPS-PLUS
SM-UNI-ENCODER
SM-ENCODER-PLUS
SM-ENCODER-OUT
SM-RESOLVER
SM-ETC
SM-I/O-PLUS
SM-I/O-LITE
SM-I/O-32
SM-I/O-TIMER
SM-I/O-120V
SM-I/O-PELV
See the Options &
Accessories brochure
SM-I/O-24V
Standard
SM-SAFETY 5

Conduit entry plates

See the Options &
Accessories brochure

IP54 or IP55 cooling fans

(Based on drive)

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Unidrive SP Additional Functionality
Unidrive SP Regenerative Mode

Positioning Using Closed-Loop Vector Motors

Unidrive SP can be configured to provide full four-quadrant
control of the power or drive system. In regenerative mode,
the Unidrive SP is capable of either supplying power to the
DC bus of the Unidrive controlling the motor or removing
power from the DC bus of the Unidrive SP controlling the
motor and returning it back to the supply.

Unidrive SP motion programming platforms support closedloop vector motor positioning applications using “Motion
Made Easy,” PowerTools Pro software with the SM-EZMotion
option module, or using SyPTPro with the SM-Applications
option module. Many applications today can benefit from
the advanced control capabilities, energy savings, cleanliness,
noise reduction and advanced communications that AC vector
motor positioning and the Unidrive SP can provide. Through
its One Source program, Control Techniques offers a wide
selection of closed-loop vector motors which feature an
economical incremental encoder and matched cabling. This
combination provides users with “plug-and-play” solutions
for hundreds of applications that can now be solved using
the latest AC motor and control technology to increase
performance while lowering overall costs.

• Unity or controllable input power factor
• Sinusoidal input current (low harmonic content)
Control Techniques engineers are experts at building
four-quadrant regenerative systems for use in many
applications where clean sinusoidal power can be put
back to the AC supply.
Unidrive SP Regenerative Solutions

Benefits
• Overcomes high-load inertia mismatches with use of larger
AC motors without the expense of large servo motors and/
or gear reducers
• Provides precise high-speed positioning when rapid accel/
decel rates are not required
• Eliminates environmental and maintenance issues
associated with hydraulic and pneumatic systems
• Plug-and-play fieldbus integration into full-featured
control systems
• Integrated, scalable PLC functionality reduces panel space
and wiring costs
• Simplified programming, quick startup and advanced
diagnostics
• High-performance 2000-to-1 speed range
• Encoder-ready with cables

Servo Motor

Control Techniques One Source Program
One Source provides access to key peripheral equipment
from world class suppliers. All products provided under this
program are only available with Emerson drive or soft starter
product/solutions.

Control Techniques has the solution for any application requiring pure sinusoidal
regenerative output such as winder-to-winder or tensioner machines.

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Control Techniques’ One Source
program, visit:
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Terminal Diagram
RS485
Pin #

Power - DC Connections
Pin # Function

Function

1

120Ω Termination resistor

48V

48Vdc

2

RX TX

-DC

- DC Bus

3

Isolated 0V

+DC

+ DC Bus

4

+24V (100mA)

5

Isolated 0V

6

TX enable

7

RX\ TX\

8

RX\ TX\ (if termination resistors are
required, link to pin1)

Shell

BR

Brake Resistor

GND

Ground

Connection shown for size 1 unit
Terminal locations may vary based on unit size

Control Terminals - Top Row
Pin # Function
Description

Isolated 0V

Control Terminals - Bottom Row
Pin # Function
Description

1

0V Common

Common for backup power
supply

2

+24Vdc External
Input

60W, 24Vdc - Backup power
supply for control

3

0V Common

Common for external analog
signals

4

10Vdc source

10mA max reference supply

21

0V Common

Common for external
digital inputs

22

+24Vdc
Output

200mA max user supply

0V Common

Common for external
digital inputs

5

Analog Input 1+

24

Digital I/O 1

0 to 24Vdc input, or 1
to 24Vdc, 240mA max
output digital I/O

±10Vdc 100kΩ - differential
analog input, non-inverting
input, 16 bit

6

Analog Input 1-

25

Digital I/O 2

0 to 24Vdc input, or 1
to 24Vdc, 240mA max
output digital I/O

±10Vdc 100kΩ - differential
analog input, inverting input,
16 bit

7

Analog Input 2

26

Digital I/O 3

0 to 24Vdc input, or 1
to 24Vdc, 240mA max
output digital I/O

±10Vdc, 100kΩ or 0-20/
4-20mA, 200Ω single-ended
analog input 10 bit

Analog Input 3

Digital Input 4

0 to 24Vdc, 6kΩ digital
input

8

27

±10Vdc, 100kΩ or 0-20/
4-20mA, 200Ω single-ended
analog input 10 bit, motor
thermistor input

28

Digital Input 5

0 to 24Vdc, 6kΩ digital
input

9

Analog Output 1

29

Digital Input 6

0 to 24Vdc, 6kΩ digital
input

±10Vdc or 0-20 / 4-20mA
single-ended analog output,
bi-polar, 10 bit

10

Analog Output 2

±10Vdc or 0-20 / 4-20mA
single-ended analog output,
bi-polar, 10 bit

11

0V Common

Common for external analog
signals

23

30

0V Common

Common for external
digital inputs

31

Safe Torque
Off

0 to 24Vdc, 8μsec
typical/20μsec max
sample digital input

41

Status Relay

240Vac, 2A resistive
normally open

42

Status Relay

Encoder
Pin # Signal Quadrature

240Vac, 2A resistive
normally open

Power - Line/Motor
Pin # Function

ABS

Pulse

1

A

Cos

F

2

A/

Cosref

F/

3

B

Sin

D, R

4

B/

Sinref

D/, R/

5

Z

Data

Z

6

Z/

Data/

Z/

PE

Ground Connection

L1

Line In

7

U

n/c

U

L2

Line In

8

U/

n/c

U/

L3

Line In

9

V

n/c

V

U

Motor Connection

10

V/

n/c

V/

V

Motor Connection

11

W

Clock

W

W

Motor Connection

12

W/

Clock/

W/

Motor Ground

13

+V

14

0V Common

15

Thermistor

GND

Connection shown for Size 1 unit

Bottom view

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+V

+V

0V Common

0V Common

Thermistor

Thermistor

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Specifications and Dimensions
Specifications
Environment
Ambient Operating
Temperature
Cooling method
Humidity
Storage Temperature
Altitude

Vibration
Mechanical Shock

Output Frequency

32 to 104 °F (0 to 40 °C)
32 to 122 °F (0 to 50 °C) with derating

Output Speed

Forced convection

Frequency Accuracy

95% maximum non-condensing at 104 °F
(40 °C)

Frequency Resolution
Analog Input

-40 to 122 °F (-40 to 50 °C)
0 to 9,900ft (0 to 3000m). Derate 1% per 328ft
(100m) between 3280ft (1000m) and 9,900ft
(3000m)

Serial
Communications

Tested in accordance with IEC 60068-2-6,
2-29, 2-64

Braking

In accordance with IEC 60068-2-27

Enclosure

NEMA 1 (IP 20), NEMA 12 (IP 54) through-panel
mounting

Electromagnetic
Immunity

In compliance with EN 61800-3 and
EN 61000-6-2, and complies with
EN61800-3 2nd environment with built-in filter

Electromagnetic
Emissions

In compliance with EN61000-6-4 when the
recommended RFI filter is used and EMC
installation guidelines are followed

Control Power Ride
Through

DC Bus
Undervoltage Trip
DC Bus
Overvoltage Trip
MOV Voltage
Transient Protection
Drive Overload Trip

Phase
Phase Imbalance
Frequency
Input Power Factor

200 to 240Vac ±10%
380 to 480Vac ±10%
500 to 575Vac ±10%
500 to 690Vac ±10%

Instantaneous
Overcurrent Trip

3Ø (SP size Zero: 200 to 240V 1Ø or 3Ø)

Phase Loss Trip

2% negative phase sequence (equivalent to 3%
voltage imbalance between phases)
48 to 65Hz
Displacement 0.97

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2-wire RS485
4-wire RS232 or RS485 with SM-APPS module
Protocol is ANSI x 3.28-2.5-A4, or Modbus RTU
Baud rate 300 to 115,200
DC injection braking (stopping and holding) and
dynamic braking transistor standard.
Up to 1 second depending on inertia and decel
time

175 / 330 / 435Vdc (approximately
124 / 233 / 307Vac line voltage)
415 / 830 / 990Vdc (approximately 293 / 587 /
700Vac line voltage)
120 Joules, 1500Vdc clamping (line-to-line);
140 Joules, 1815Vdc clamping (line-to-ground)
Current overload value is exceeded

225% of drive rated current
DC bus ripple threshold exceeded

Short Circuit Trip

Protects against output phase to phase fault

Ground Fault Trip

Protects against output phase to ground fault
Electronically protects the motor from
overheating due to loading conditions
Size SP6

Size SP1

Weight 11lbs

4.4in
(112mm)

17.6in
(448mm)

Weight 165.3lbs

3.9in
(100mm)

12.2in
(310mm)

Size SP0

Weight 4.6lbs

8.9in
(226mm)

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10 bit + sign (Qty 2); 16 bit + sign (Qty 1)
resolution

Drive heatsink, control board, and option
module(s) monitoring

3, 4, 6, 8, 12,16kHz - Panel Mount drives
3, 4, 6kHz - Free Standing and SPM drives

Dimensions
Weight 3.3lbs

0.001Hz

Overtemperature
Trips

Motor Thermal Trip

SP Control
Platform

±0.01% of full scale

Programmable for Normal Duty or Heavy Duty,
open-loop or closed-loop operation

Control
Carrier Frequency

0 to 40,000rpm (Closed-loop)

Protection

AC Supply
Requirements
Voltage

0 to 3000Hz (Open-loop)

9.8in
(249.7mm)

14.5in
(368mm)

Size SP5

Weight 121lbs

12.7in
(322mm)

12.2in
(310mm)

8.6in
(219mm)
10 min

6.4in
(162mm)

2.4in
(62mm)

Size SP4

Weight 66lbs

Size SP3

Size SP2

Weight 15.5lbs

6.1in
(155mm)

14.5in
(368mm)

8.6in
(219mm)

18

44.5in
(1131mm)

12.2in
(310mm)

Weight 33lbs

32.3in
(820mm)

9.8in
(250mm)

14.5in
(368mm)

10.2in
(260mm)

20.1in
(510mm)

11.7in
(298mm)

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2

3

4

5

Heavy Duty

3

4

5

6

Motor
Power
(hp)

Typical
Output
(kW)

Max
Continuous
Current (A)

Motor
Power
(hp)

Typical
Output
(kW)

Max
Continuous
Current (A)

Motor
Power
(hp)

Typical
Output
(kW)

SP0201

2.2

0.5

0.37

2.2

0.5

0.37

SP0201

2.2

0.5

0.37

2.2

0.5

0.37

SP0202

3.1

0.75

0.55

3.1

0.75

0.55

SP0202

3.1

0.75

0.55

3.1

0.75

0.55

Order Code

SP0203

4

1

0.75

4

1

0.75

SP0203

4

1

0.75

4

1

0.75

SP0204

5.7

1.5

1.1

5.7

1.5

1.1

SP0204

5.7

1.5

1.1

5.7

1.5

1.1

SP0205

7.5

2

1.5

7.5

2

1.5

SP0205

7.5

2

1.5

7.5

2

1.5

SP1201

5.2

1.5

1.1

4.3

1

0.75

SP1202

6.8

2

1.5

5.8

1.5

1.1

SP1203

9.6

3

2.2

7.5

2

1.5

SP1204

11

3

3

10.6

3

2.2

SP2201

15.5

5

4

12.6

3

3

SP2202

22

7.5

5.5

17

5

4

SP2203

28

10

7.5

25

7.5

5.5

SP3201

42

15

11

31

10

7.5

SP3202

54

20

15

42

15

11

SP4201

68

25

18.5

56

20

15

SP4202

80

30

22

68

25

18.5

SP4203

104

40

30

80

30

20

SP5201

130

50

37

105

40

30

SP5202

154

60

45

130

50

37

0

380-480Vac
+/- 10% 3Ø
([email protected],
[email protected])

Normal Duty
Max
Continuous
Current (A)

Motor
Power
(hp)

3

Heavy Duty
Typical
Output
(kW)

Max
Continuous
Current (A)

Motor
Power
(hp)

Typical
Output
(kW)

5

6

SP0401

1.3

0.5

0.37

1.3

0.5

0.37

SP0402

1.7

0.75

0.55

1.7

0.75

0.55

SP0403

2.1

1

0.75

2.1

1

0.75

SP0404

3

1.5

1.1

3

1.5

1.1

SP0405

4.2

2

1.5

4.2

2

1.5

SP1401

2.8

1.5

1.1

2.1

1

0.75

SP1402

3.8

2

1.5

3

1.5

1.1

SP1403

5

3

2.2

4.2

2

1.5

SP1404

6.9

5

3

5.8

3

2.2

SP1405

8.8

5

4

7.6

5

3

SP1406

11

7.5

5.5

9.5

5

4

SP2401

15.3

10

7.5

13

7.5

5.5

SP2402

21

15

11

16.5

10

7.5

SP2403

29

20

15

25

15

11

SP2404

29

20

15

29

20

15

SP3401

35

25

18.5

32

25

15

SP3402

43

30

22

40

30

18.5

SP3403

56

40

30

46

30

22

500-575Vac
+/- 10% 3Ø
([email protected],
[email protected])

5

6

Heavy Duty

Motor
Power
(hp)

Typical
Output
(kW)

Max
Continuous
Current (A)

Motor
Power
(hp)

Typical
Output
(kW)

SP3501

5.4

3

3

4.1

2

2.2

SP3502

6.1

5

4

5.4

3

3

SP3503

8.4

7.5

5.5

6.1

5

4

SP3504

11

10

7.5

9.5

7.5

5.5

SP3505

16

15

11

12

10

7.5

SP3506

22

20

15

18

15

11

SP3507

27

25

18.5

22

20

15

SP4603*

36

30

22

27

25

18.5

SP4604*

43

40

30

36

30

22

SP4605*

52

50

37

43

40

30

SP4606*

62

60

45

52

50

37

SP5601*

84

75

55

63

60

45

SP5602*

99

100

75

85

75

55

SP6601*

125

125

90

100

100

75

SP6602

144

150

110

125

125

90

500-690Vac
+/- 10% 3Ø
([email protected],
[email protected])
Order Code

4

Normal Duty
Max
Continuous
Current (A)

Order Code

Frame Size

Frame Size
2

Max
Continuous
Current (A)

Heavy Duty

Typical
Output
(kW)

Order Code

1

Normal Duty

Motor
Power
(hp)

4

0

200-240Vac
+/- 10% 1Ø
([email protected],
[email protected])

Max
Continuous
Current (A)

Order Code

0

Normal Duty

Frame Size

200-240Vac
+/- 10% 3Ø
([email protected],
[email protected])

Frame Size

Frame Size

Ratings

Normal Duty

Heavy Duty

Max
Continuous
Current (A)

Motor
Power
(hp)

Typical
Output
(kW)

Max
Continuous
Current (A)

Motor
Power
(hp)

Typical
Output
(kW)

SP4601

22

25

18.5

19

20

15

SP4602

27

30

22

22

25

18.5

SP4603

36

40

30

27

30

22

SP4604

43

50

37

36

40

30

SP4605

52

60

45

43

50

37

SP4606

62

75

55

52

60

45

SP5601

84

100

75

63

75

55

SP5602

99

125

90

85

100

75

SP6601

125

150

110

100

125

90

SP6602

144

175

132

125

150

110

Notes:	Select model on actual motor full load current. *The same model can be used on a
575V or a 690V supply, and has two different output ratings. For example: At Normal
Duty, SP4603 is suitable for a 30hp output motor on a 575V supply and a 40hp output
motor on a 690V supply. Can be used on IT supplies - all voltages, Grounded delta
supplies - all voltages except 690V

SP4401

68

50

37

60

40

30

SP4402

83

60

45

74

50

37

SP4403

104

75

55

96

75

45

SP5401

138

100

75

124

100

55

Normal Duty

Heavy Duty

SP5402

168

125

90

156

125

75

SP6401

205

150

110

180

150

90

SP6402

236

200

132

210

150

110

 uitable for most
S
applications, current
overload of 110% for 165
seconds is available. Where
motor rated current is
less than the drive rated
continuous current, higher
overloads are achieved.

 uitable for demanding applications, current overload of 175%
S
for 40 seconds is available for frame size 0 - 5 in closed-loop,
150% for 60 seconds in open-loop, and size 0 single phase
current overload is 150% for 60 seconds. For frame size 6 current
overload of 150% for 60 seconds is available in closed-loop
and 129% for 97 seconds in open-loop. Where the motor rated
current is less than the drive rated continuous current higher
overloads (200% or greater) are achieved.

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