VARIABLE FREQUENCY 1PH TO 3PH AC MOTOR CONTROL
Brand new TECO model FM50-201-OC. Variable frequency drive for controlling speed of a three phase motor from a single phase power
source. Keypad switches for Start/Stop and Speed control. Programmable acceleration and deceleration time, upper and lower
frequency. Also has terminals for external controls to reverse motor or use external potentiometer (not included) for speed
control. Internal cooling fan. Use with standard 3 phase induction motors.
200-240 VAC, 1 ph.
0-240 VAC, 3 ph.
4.2 Amps continuous
1 HP maximum (0.75 KW)
Display 3 digit
Terminals Screw clamp
Size 5-1/4" x 3" x 5"
Shpg. 3 lbs.
This item has been replaced with 11-3425-1-A. The replacement has a simple to use dial control for motor speed.
A: This drive can power up to a 1 Hp motor. It will drive a 1/2 Hp motor as well.
Date Submitted: 11/06/2017
Motor will not run I keep getting get overcurrent at deceleration. How do I adjust or correct this?
A: The manual states that occurs when the deceleration time is too short. Adjust to a longer deceleration time. Please contact our Product Support department if this does not correct the issue.
Date Submitted: 06/26/2017
Does this drive display motor RPM ?or is another device needed to be connected to output to read motor speed. I am wanting to use this on a metal lathe VFD 3 phase conversion. Thanks
A: It does not display the RPM. In the instructions it details there are output signal functions but they do not appear to feed a display output.
Date Submitted: 04/22/2017
I would be using this VFD to power and control a 1ph 3ph Bridgeport milling machine motor. My question is; does this vvd have constant torque/ speed control? As in when the load changes on the motor will the VFD register that and counteract so that the spindle speed remains constant? Thank you Chris
A: It should. The user manual is available in the lower right corner of this item's web page. The torque compensation gain is adjustable from 0.0~10.0%, so if the load consistently throws off the rpm you should be able to adjust for it.