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Medium-Voltage Air-Cooled Drives


Catalog D 15.2 2011
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ROBICON Perfect Harmony


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ROBICON Perfect Harmony


Medium-Voltage Introduction
1
Air-Cooled Drives
Catalog D 15.2 2011
USA Edition 1)
ROBICON Perfect Harmony
Air-Cooled Drives
2

Technical Data
3

Description of Options
4

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Engineering Information
5

Services and Documentation


6

Appendix
7

1) AllROBICON Perfect Harmony medium-voltage


air-cooled drives described in this catalog are
manufactured in our New Kensington,
Pennsylvania location.
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Answers for industry.


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Introduction

1/2 Medium-voltage drives


1/2 Overview

1/3 Perfect harmony of performance


and value
1/3 Benefits
1/3 Application

1/4 ROBICON Perfect Harmony family


1/4 Design
1/4 Air-cooled family
1/4 Liquid-cooled family

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Introduction

Medium-voltage drives
1 Overview
The reliable and complete range
Medium-voltage ROBICON SINAMICS GM150 SINAMICS SM150 SINAMICS GL150 SINAMICS SL150
drive series Perfect Harmony (IGBT/IGCT) (IGBT/IGCT)
Power range 150 kW to 60 MW 800 kW to 17.5 MW 2.8 MW to 31.5 MW 6 MW to 120 MW 3 MW to 36 MW
Application range General-purpose General-purpose Sophisticated General-purpose Sophisticated
applications applications applications applications applications
Motors Induction and Induction and Induction and Synchronous motors Induction and
synchronous motors synchronous motors synchronous motors synchronous motors
Energy recovery Yes Yes Yes
Multi-motor drives Yes
Semiconductor LV-IGBT HV-IGBT/IGCT HV-IGBT/IGCT Thyristor Thyristor
technology (cell topology) (NPC topology) (NPC topology) (LCI topology) (Cycloconverters)
Typical applications Pumps, fans, Pumps, fans, Rolling mills, mine Compressors, fans, Rolling mills, mine
compressors, compressors, hoists, conveyor pumps, extruders, hoists,excavators, ore
extruders, kneaders, extruders, kneaders, systems, test stands marine drives, starting crushers and cement
mixers, crushers, mixers, crushers, drives for blast mills
agitators, conveyor agitators, conveyor furnaces
systems, presses, systems, marine
ESP, retrofit drives, presses, wire
rod mills

The benchmark when it comes to medium-voltage drive Well-proven as basis


systems
Based on well-proven technological concepts, we are continu-
Siemens is the undisputed No. 1 in medium-voltage drives and ally developing our medium-voltage drives. The result: Increas-
around the globe sets the benchmark in this sector and not ingly higher reliability and operational reliability and safety, con-
only involving power ratings and market share. Our range of tinually more compact types of construction, continually lower
products is also unique worldwide: energy requirement and service and maintenance costs as well
All voltage classes from 2.3 to 13.8 kV as increasingly simpler handling: from engineering through in-
stallation, integration and commissioning up to operator control.
A seamless range of power ratings from 150 kW to 60 MW
All levels of dynamic response and performance Always the optimum solution
Single-motor drives and multi-motor systems No matter which medium-voltage drive task is involved: We can
Harmonized and coordinated systems with synchronous and always offer the optimum solution. We consequentially utilize the
induction motors strengths of various technologies to implement these solutions.
We have the widest range of drives technologies available: From
Motor speeds from 10 to 15,000 rpm in the Megawatt range cycloconverters and load-commutated drives using thyristors
The decisive plus when it comes to experience through voltage-source DC link drives equipped with HV-IGBTs
or IGCTs up to cell topology drives. With the latter, a medium
Everywhere where it involves the highest degree of availability, voltage is obtained at the output by connecting low-voltage cells
an uncountable number of users have been depending on in series.
medium-voltage drives from Siemens since decades and that
worldwide.
The reason for this lies in the reliability of our drive systems that
has become almost legendary. And all of this didnt just happen
by chance it is the result of our many years of experience, our
power of innovation and our extensive know-how.
From 1969: Variable-speed medium-voltage drive systems
with current-source DC link
From 1970: Cycloconverters with more than 700 drives,
Siemens is the global market leader
1994: The cell topology of ROBICON Perfect Harmony revolu-
tionized medium-voltage drives
1996: "Pioneered" the use of high-rating voltage-source DC
link drives in rolling mills
1998: "Pioneered" the use of high-voltage IGBTs for medium-
voltage drives
2003: worldwide the highest rating high-speed drives
(65 MW) with LCI for compressors of a gas liquification plant
2005: Highest rating drive with voltage-source DC link drives
in a cell-type topology (65/45 MW) used in an LNG plant (LNG
= Liquefied Natural Gas)

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Perfect harmony of performance and value

Benefits Application 1

According to energy authorities, industrial motors consume over


a billion kilowatt hours of energy each year fully 50 percent of
the worlds energy usage. System enhancements such as im-
proved sizing and proper matching to load, more efficient drive
trains, and adjustable speed drives will help drive energy usage
down, according to experts. That means that the right drive can
help you drive cost out of your operation by providing more Siemens can provide a custom-engineered ROBICON Perfect
precise and efficient control of motors, fans, pumps, and other Harmony drive to maximize your process. Were the only com-
devices. pany that offers drives from 150 to 60,000 kW. And with an in-
If your process includes motors, fans, or pumps and you havent stalled base exceeding more than 2.2 million kW worldwide, the
installed a drive yet, youre letting thousands of dollars of energy ROBICON Perfect Harmony is a proven workhorse that can per-
costs eat away at your bottom line every month because of pro- form brilliantly for you, too.
cess inefficiencies A bright future built on a firm foundation
Since its introduction in 1994, the ROBICON Perfect Harmony
drive has revolutionized power conversion and continues to set
industry standards for reliability and innovation. As power
switching device technology advances and increases output
voltage capability, Siemens improves each generation of the
ROBICON Perfect Harmony in three key areas: increased reli-
ability and availability, increased efficiency, and a smaller drive
footprint.
Advances to our product line are made without "reinventing the
wheel" like other drive manufacturers. We have maintained the
ROBICON Perfect Harmonys core topology and continue to ad-
vance its capability, ensuring life-cycle product support. By
keeping the same topology, our customers see a reduction in
maintenance and spare parts as well as an increase in quality
and lower life-cycle costs. We improve our products by actively
soliciting the input of our customers, and we look forward to
counting you among them.
The ROBICON Perfect Harmony of today represents an evolu-
Siemens drives, the market-leader in medium-voltage air-cooled tion founded on experience garnered from our huge installed
drives in the world, deliver an impressive combination of bene- base coupled with Siemens unparalleled investments in R&D.
fits: As one of the largest companies in the world, Siemens provides
confidence and financial stability in addition to exceptional tech-
Lower operating costs nology. We offer you expertise across the globe and a world of
Precise process control innovation.
Lower maintenance costs
Increased production efficiency
Exceptional reliability
Intuitive HMI
The ROBICON Perfect Harmony's outstanding record has
made it the drive of choice for demanding applications that
require the highest levels of reliability, precision, and longevity.
Employed in applications ranging from power generation to oil
and gas, water/waste water, and paper production, the
ROBICON Perfect Harmony drive is a versatile performer that
can help you significantly increase productivity, enhance energy
efficiency, and reduce operating costs.

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Introduction

ROBICON Perfect Harmony family


1 Design
The ROBICON Perfect Harmony drive family consists of three
core design configurations, where they are functionally identical
and share a common controller. These three designs are tar-
geted at distinct output power configurations with little overlap
between the frame sizes. ROBICON Perfect Harmony family is
summarized in the 2 tables below.
Air-cooled family
GenIV GenIIIe

Power range 200 to 3500 hp (0.15 to 2.60 MW) 1750 to 8000 hp (1.30 to 5.96 MW)
Output voltage 2.3 to 6.6 kV 2.3 to 7.2 kV
Input voltage 2.4 to 13.8 kV AC (standard), 50/60 Hz 2.4 to 13.8 kV AC (standard), 50/60 Hz
Cooling type Air-cooled Air-cooled
Power cell ratings 40, 70, 100, 140, 200 or 260 A at 750 V AC 315, 375, 500 or 660 A at 690 V AC,
720 A at 630 V AC

Liquid-cooled family 1)
WC III

Power range 4000 to 19000 hp (3 MW to 14.2 MW)


Output voltage 2.3 to 8.0 kV
Input voltage 2.4 to 13.8 kVAC (standard) up to 33 kV (option), 50/60 Hz
Cooling type Liquid-cooled
Power cell ratings 880 or 1250 A at 750 V AC

1) For pricing and availability of liquid-cooled drives, please contact the fac-
tory or your local Siemens sales representative.

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2/2 Introduction
2/2 Overview
2/2 Benefits
2/2 Application
2/3 Design
2/5 Function

2/8 Selection and ordering data


2/8 Overview
2/9 Motor voltage 2.3/2.4 kV
2/10 Motor voltage 3.3 kV
2/11 Motor voltage 4.0/4.16 kV
2/12 Motor voltage 4.6/4.8 kV
2/13 Motor voltage 6.0 kV
2/14 Motor voltage 6.6 kV
2/15 Order No. supplements

2/18 Options

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Introduction
Maximized availability
Overview
The ROBICON Perfect Harmony drive:
ROBICON Perfect Harmony Overview
Remains operational in the event of a cell failure by using the
The ROBICON Perfect Harmony series drives provide variable cell bypass option which bypasses the faulted cell
speed operation by converting utility power at fixed frequency Offers a Process Tolerant Protection Strategy (ProToPS) based
and fixed voltage to variable frequency, variable voltage power. on a hierarchical warning system that allows the operator to
This conversion is done electronically without moving parts. The evaluate the drive disturbance and respond appropriately to
following table shows main characteristics of the ROBICON Per- avoid system shutdown.
2 fect Harmony air-cooled generations discussed in this catalog
and the short terms used. Extended Reliability
Overview of generations The ROBICON Perfect Harmony drive provides an integrated
transformer which offers the following additional advantages:
Short term Cell voltage Cell current Cooling Order Simple and robust way to cancel input current harmonics without
V A method numbers
the need for input harmonic filters or a complex active front-end
GenIV 750 40 ... 260 Air-cooled 6SR4 Protects power converter semiconductors against line transients
GenIIIe 690 315 ... 660 Air-cooled 6SR3 Improves ride-through capabilities
630 720 Air-cooled 6SR3 Completely protects the motor in case of a ground fault in the
converter, the motor cabling or insulation
hp
9000
Negligible common mode voltage allows the use of a standard
8000 motor eliminating the need for special high-voltage insulation
7000
Limits the fault energy into the converter in the unlikely event
Power

6000
5000 of a fault
4500
4250 The incoming service voltage doesn't have to match the motor
4000
3500
voltage.
3300
3000 Factory System Test offers the following advantages:
2750
2500 Each transformer and converter is tested as a complete sys-
2250
GenIV GenIIIe tem at full load prior delivery.
2000
1750 Factory testing allows accurate efficiency measurements to
1500
1350
ensure that drive performance meets customer specifications.
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1000
900
Verification of sequence of operation and protection functions
750
500 Installation and maintenance
300
200 The ROBICON Perfect Harmony drives are easy to install and
maintain.
40 70 100 140 200 260 315 375 500 660 A 720
Cell current ratings Customer needs to provide three cables in and three cables out.
There is no customer site cabling required to connect the assem-
Power range for ROBICON Perfect Harmony air-cooled drives bled sections.
Standards and regulations Power cells can be pulled out easily for maintenance due to
their reduced weight and front accessible connections.
ROBICON Perfect Harmony drives are designed, manufactured
and tested according to applicable NEMA, ANSI and IEEE Sophisticated microprocessor-based diagnostics pinpoint the
standards. location of any defects.
Fast delivery
Benefits The (kW)ick Ship program is designed to reduce the manufactur-
Clean power input ing lead time on some of the ROBICON Perfect Harmony GenIV
drives with a set of standard options. Please refer to chapter "Op-
The ROBICON Perfect Harmony drive: tions" on page 2/18 for more details.
Meets the most stringent IEEE 519-1992 requirements for
voltage and current harmonic distortion, even if the source
capacity is no larger than the drive rating 1)
Application
In most cases eliminates the need for costly and inefficient ROBICON Perfect Harmony typical applications
harmonic filters and its associated resonance problems The ROBICON Perfect Harmony is regularly applied by the most
Protects other on-line equipment from harmonic disturbance reliability and quality conscious industries and their most de-
(computers, telephones and other power converters). manding applications, for example:
Power quality output Industrial pumps and fans
Oil & gas pumps and compressors, e.g. electrical submers-
The ROBICON Perfect Harmony drive: ible pumps (ESPs) and high speed compressors
Reduces common-mode voltage on the motor stator windings
Induced and forced draft boiler blowers for power generation
Minimizes drive induced torque pulsations and associated
torsional analysis compared to other medium-voltage topologies, Clean water and wastewater pumps
by using a motor friendly pulse width modulation (PWM) output Multi-motor synchronous transfer applications (such as pipe-
Offers sinusoidal output that eliminates additional harmonic lines in the oil & gas markets).
heating and can be used with new or existing motors without
derating.

1) IEEE 519-1992 compliance can only be guaranteed in networks without


prior disturbances or harmonics already present.

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Design
Drive topology Proven IGBTs
The ROBICON Perfect Harmony series drives achieve an un- Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistors (IGBTs) form the backbone of
compromising performance by employing well-proven technol- the ROBICON Perfect Harmony drive. Built in high volumes and
ogy in a modular configuration, as shown in figure "Topology of serving as a proven power device across the industrial power
ROBICON Perfect Harmony drives (3 cells)". Medium-voltage control industry, IGBT technology has been in existence for more
levels are obtained by adding together the outputs of multiple than a decade. The stability and availability of IGBTs give reli-
low-voltage power cells. The low-voltage power cells are simpli-
fied variations of standard 2-level PWM motor drives for low-
able, long-term, life-cycle confidence.
Linked low-voltage cells
2
voltage service, which have been built in high volume for many
years. In the ROBICON Perfect Harmony, a series of low-voltage cells
(see figure "schematic of a typical power cell") are linked to-
gether to build the medium-voltage power output of the drive

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system. This patented modular configuration gives the
Special Power
transformer cell ROBICON Perfect Harmony many advantages when it comes to
with 9 isolated A1 maintenance, power quality and reliability. It also provides the
secondaries Power basis for one of its most important advantages increased avail-
cell
B1
ability through the advanced cell bypass option.
Power
cell
C1 Dedicated IGBTs Q1-Q4
Input power Power winding on Q1 Q3
cell power
3-phase AC A2
transformer
Power
cell +
B2
1 T2 Power
Power
cell 2 output
C2
3 + T1 of cell
Power
cell Q2 Q4
A3
Power
cell
B3

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Power
cell
Local Fiber optic
C3 signals
control Local control circuits
power to and from
master control
Motor

Schematic of a typical power cell

Topology of ROBICON Perfect Harmony drives (3 cells)


For higher output voltage capabilities, the ROBICON Perfect
Harmony topology would be extended to have up to 5 power
cells in series in each phase (in case of a GenIV drive 1)), with
additional secondary windings (number of secondaries equals
number of power cells) on the integral isolation transformer.
Each power cell is capable of receiving input power at
750 V AC 2), 3-phase, 50/60 Hz and delivering that power to a
single phase load at a variable frequency from 0.5 to the maxi-
mum rated output frequency of the drive.
Transformer
The transformer is an integral part of the drive and cannot be
specified or obtained separately. It has been carefully designed
over several generations to function properly with the ROBICON
Perfect Harmony drive.
ROBICON Perfect Harmony transformers are dry-type forced-
air. They are designed specifically for use with a particular
ROBICON Perfect Harmony drive and have 9 to 18 extended
delta secondaries. The secondary currents are rich in harmon-
ics, but the primary current is virtually sinusoidal. It is very impor-
tant to recognize that this is no ordinary transformer which can
be obtained as an off-the-shelf item. The usual standards,
ANSI C57-12.51 and C57-12.91, apply to transformers with only
a few windings and which are subjected to sinusoidal currents.
Thus, there are some important exceptions and modifications to
the application of these standards to ROBICON Perfect Har-
mony transformers.
1)
Up to 6 power cells in series in each phase in case of a GenIIIe drive.
2)
690 V AC in case of a GenIIIe power cell.

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Design (continued)
Advanced cell bypass One possible remedy is to bypass an equal number of cells in all
three phases, even though some may not have faulted. The
The ROBICON Perfect Harmony is designed to withstand fail- following figure illustrates this approach. Obviously, this method
ures that would overwhelm conventional drives because redun- prevents unbalance but sacrifices possible voltage capability. In
dancy options are added into the system. The patented, cell- this figure, 87 % of the cells are functional, but only 60 % are in
based configuration maximizes uptime and simplifies modifica- use, and only 60 % of full voltage is available.
tions.
2 Through a redundant bypass control that is completely sepa-
rated from each power cell, the ROBICON Perfect Harmony
15 module drive after
bypass of 2 modules
A 87 % of the modules
are OK, but only
ensures automatic bypass of a failed power cell in less than in all phases. 60 % are in use.
500 ms. Balance is restored. A3 60 % of full voltage
is available.
Since the cells in each phase of a ROBICON Perfect Harmony
drive are in series, bypassing a cell has no effect on the current A2
capability of the drive, but the voltage capability will be reduced.
Usually the required motor voltage is roughly proportional to
VAC V BA
speed, so that the maximum speed at which the drive can fulfill A1 120
the application requirements will also be reduced.

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Therefore, it is important to maximize the motor voltage available C1 N B1
after one or more cells have been bypassed. The following fig- C2 B2
ures illustrate the voltage available from a ROBICON Perfect
Harmony drive, where the cells, represented by circles, are C3 B3
shown as simple voltage sources. The figure below shows a 15- C B
VCB
cell drive in which no cells are bypassed. With 100 % of the cells
in use, 100 % of the original voltage is available. The voltage Drive output re-balanced by bypassing functional cells
commands to the three phase groups of cells will have phase A
displaced from phase B by 120, and from phase C by 120. A better approach is illustrated in the figure below. This method
takes advantage of the fact that the star-point of the cells is
floating, and is not connected to the neutral of the motor. There-
15 module drive with A 100 % of the modules fore the star-point can be shifted away from the motor neutral,
no modules bypassed. are in use. and the phase angles of the cell voltages can be adjusted, so
A5
100 % of full voltage that a balanced set of motor voltages is obtained even though
is available. the cell group voltages are not balanced.
A4 Siemens calls this approach Neutral Shift. This approach is
equivalent to introducing a zero-sequence component into the
A3 voltage command vectors for the cells. In the figure below, the
full remaining 87 % of functional cells are in use, and 80 % of the
A2 original voltage is available. The phase angles of the cell volt-
VAC V BA ages have been adjusted so that phase A is displaced from
A1 120 phase B and from phase C by 132.5, instead of the normal
120.
C1 N B1
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C2 B2
C5 B3 15 module drive after A 87 % of the modules
C4 B4 bypass of 2 modules are in use.
C5 B5 in phase A only 80 % of full voltage
and adjustment of A3 is available.
C B
VCB phase angles.
A2
Simplified diagram of a 15 cell drive
A1
When two cells are bypassed in phase A, the output voltage will 132.5 132.5
tend to become unbalanced, as illustrated in the figure below. VAC V BA
C1 B1
C2 95 B2
15 module drive after A 87 % of the modules
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bypass of 2 modules are in use, but the C3 B3


in phase A. output voltage is C4 B4
A3
available unbalanced.
C5 B5
A2 C B
VCB
A1 120
VAC V BA Drive output re-balanced by adjusting phase angles (Neutral Shift)
C1 N B1
G_D015_EN_00014

C2 B2
C3 B3
C4 B4
C5 B5
C B
VCB
Drive output with 2 cells bypassed in phase A

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Function
Control, protection and monitoring functions
Closed-loop control The drive can be controlled by means of vector control algorithm without an encoder (standard) or with it
(option).
Auto tuning Auto tuning involves the estimation of motor parameters required for motor control. This is done in two
stages. In stage one, motor stator resistance and total leakage inductance are determined. This stage
does not require spinning the motor. In stage two, the motor no-load current and total inertia are
estimated. Estimation of these values requires the motor be spun. Accuracy of the estimation is better if
the load is de-coupled from the motor. 2
Automatic restart The automatic restart switches the drive on again when the power is restored after a power failure or a
general fault, and ramps up to the current speed setpoint.
Energy saver Energy saver control allows the reduction of motor losses, and improves overall efficiency, when the
demanded motor load is low. Depending on the motor load, the control will reduce motor flux.
As motor load increases, the control will increase motor flux.
Flying restart The flying restart function permits smooth connection of the drive to a rotating motor.
Diagnostics functions Self-diagnosis of control hardware
Non-volatile memory for reliable diagnosis when the power supply fails
Monitoring of IGBTs with individual messages for each cell
User-friendly local operator panel with plain text messages
Fault log with first-in indication and time/date stamp
User configurable digital meters The user can select indication of speed, voltage, current, input/output power, and efficiency on the
operator panel.
Process control system The optional Process Tolerant Protection Strategy (ProToPS) is a groundbreaking process control system
available exclusively from Siemens. Instead of tripping the drive and automatically shutting down the
system due to a malfunction, ProToPS provides a hierarchical system of warnings. This control strategy
allows time to evaluate the situation and respond appropriately to avoid a system shutdown.
Operating hours and switching cycle The amount of the time that the drive was operational since it was commissioned can be displayed.
counter The switching cycle counter can be generated by means of an event log from the drive controller.
Detection of actual motor speed The control algorithm calculates actual motor speed from currents and voltages measured at the drive
output.
Emergency stop button The drives are equipped as standard with an Emergency Stop button (red mushroom button with yellow
collar) which is fitted in the cabinet door. The contacts of the pushbutton are connected in parallel to the
terminal block so they can be integrated in a protection concept on the plant side.
Insulation monitoring An output signal can be provided optional to operate the customer protection.
I/O monitoring I/O signals allow user-customization of the system and they can be monitored remotely or by using the
operator panel display.
Thermal overload protection Based on the output signals of the drive the thermal motor model is calculated. The motor thermal
overload protection algorithm prevents the motor from being exposed to excessive temperatures.

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Function (continued)
GenIV
GenIV is the fourth generation of forced air-cooled medium-
voltage, voltage source inverter drives offered in the patented
ROBICON Perfect Harmony topology, together with NXGII con-
troller.

2
The GenIV is a series of adjustable speed AC motor drives pres-
ently available in 2300 to 6600 V outputs, and loads ranging from
200 to 3500 hp. Six power cell amperage types are available: 40,
70, 100, 140, 200 and 260. Drives in this product series provide
an efficient, cost effective, and reliable method of adjusting the
speed of an AC motor. The core unit contains a wide range of ex-
pandable features, enabling it to meet the demands of many
types of industrial applications.

ROBICON Perfect Harmony GenIV (4.0 kV)

ROBICON Perfect Harmony GenIV characteristics


Power semiconductors IGBTs, diodes
Line-side rectifier 18- to 30-pulse diode rectifier
Motor-side inverter Multi-level drive (PWM) with IGBT power modules
Power cell ratings A 40, 70, 100, 140, 200, 260 at 750 V
Input voltage range kV 2.3 to 13.8
Input voltage tolerance 10 % of nominal rated input voltage
Input frequency Hz 50/60 5 %
Input power factor 0.95 above 10 % load
Input harmonics 5 % TDD
Output voltages kV 2.3/2.4, 3.3, 4.0/4.16, 4.6/4.8 1), 6.0, 6.6
Output frequency and drift Hz 0.5 ... 330 0.5 %
Output torque Hz 10 ... 167 rated torque (2-quadrant)
Output dV/dt V/s < 3000
Power range hp 200 to 3500 (0.15 to 2.60 MW)
Cooling methods Forced air-cooled
Control NXGII
Motor control Induction motor control
Synchronous motor control
Permanent magnet motors
Wound rotor motors

GenIV cell overload capability


Required overload Available continuous output current per cell
(I/IN) A
No overload 40 70 100 140 200 260
110 % 40 70 100 140 200 260
(for 1 min, cycle time 10 min)
150 % 40 70 100 140 2) 200 260
(for 1 min, cycle time 10 min)
The GenIV drives as standard provide a 150 % overload capability for all cell ratings without any derating.

1)
Available soon.
2)
The available continuous rating of 140 A will reduce to 130 A when oper-
ated at 45 C ambient temperature.

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Function (continued)
GenIIIe
GenIIIe is the third generation of forced air-cooled medium-
voltage pulse width modulated variable frequency motor drives,
offered in the patented ROBICON Perfect Harmony power topol-
ogy in concert with proprietary NXGII hardware control platform
and embedded software. GenIIIe is an extension of the GenIII
series offering a higher current rating.
The GenIIIe is a series of adjustable speed AC motor drives
2
presently available in an output voltage range from 2.3 kV to
7.2 kV, and loads ranging from 3000 to 9000 hp. Four power cell
amperage types are available: 315, 375, 500, and 660 A at
690 V AC and one 720 A cell at 630 V AC.

ROBICON Perfect Harmony GenIIIe

ROBICON Perfect Harmony GenIIIe, characteristics


Power semiconductors IGBTs, diodes
Line-side rectifier 18 to 36-pulse diode rectifier
Motor-side inverter Multi-level drive (PWM) with IGBT power modules
Power cell ratings A 315, 375, 500, 660 at 690 V; 720 at 630 V
Input voltage range kV 2.3 to 13.8
Input voltage tolerance 10 % of nominal rated input voltage
Input frequency Hz 50/60 5 %
Input power factor 0.95 above 10 % load
Input harmonics 5 % TDD
Output voltages kV 2.3/2.4, 3.3, 4.16, 4.6/4.8, 6.0, 6.6, 7.2
Output frequency and drift Hz 0.5 ... 330 0.5 %
Output torque Hz 10 ... 167 rated torque (2-quadrant)
Output dV/dt V/s < 1000
Power range hp 1750 to 8000 (1.30 to 5.96 MW)
Cooling method Forced air-cooled
Control NXGII II
Motor control Induction motor control
Synchronous motor control
Permanent magnet motors
Wound rotor motors

GenIIIe cell overload capability


Required overload Available continuous output current per cell
(I/IN) A
No overload 315 375 500 660 720
110 % 315 375 500 660 720
(for 1 min, cycle time 10 min)
150 % 300 300 400 450 Not Available
(for 1 min, cycle time 10 min)
The GenIIIe drives as standard provide a 110 % overload capability for all cell ratings without any derating.

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Overview
The following tables help you to select the right converter type 1.2 Determine the minimum continuous cell current rating:
and give an overview of the corresponding motor data and order If the drive is intended to operate within nominal parame-
numbers. The tables are organized according to the motor volt- ters, the maximum continuous motor current will be the
ages. For the complete technical data of the listed converter minimum continuous cell current rating. For the appropriate
types refer to chapter 3. converter type, identify the smallest cell available that can
In order to select the right ROBICON Perfect Harmony drive, source the current calculated in the previous paragraph.

2 please take into consideration the following steps:


Step 1 Choosing the right cell size
1.3 Factor in any overload requirements:
For the cell chosen on the previous paragraph, make sure it
can handle the application overload requirements by
1.1 Determine the maximum continuous motor current, tempo- checking overload capabilities (see pages 2/6 and 2/7)
rary overload not included:
If the overload requirements exceed the capabilities of the
Use the motor FLA if available or use the following formula chosen cell then the next cell size must be selected.
to calculate motor current I.
Pmotor _ kW Step 2 Choosing the right transformer
I=
3 Vmotor PFmotor motor
2.1 The ROBICON Perfect Harmony transformer rating is based
on the motor shaft horsepower:
where, If the drive is intended to operate within nominal parameters
Pmotor_kW = output (in kW) and without added redundant cells, the maximum continu-
Vmotor = motor voltage ous motor horsepower (hp) will be used to rate the trans-
PFmotor = motor power factor (= (cos )motor) former using a straight formula:
motor = motor efficiency 1 transformer kVA per each motor hp
(keeping in mind: motor service factor if utilized and/or The above rule is followed regardless of motor type.
overload requirements)
2.2 The transformer is designed to support the temporary over-
If the motor power factor (PFmotor) and efficiency at full load loads associated with the cells it feeds. If those levels are
are not known then use the following default values: exceeded by the application requirements, please contact
- PFmotor = 0.88 the factory or your local Siemens sales representative.
- motor = 0.94 for power cells up to 140 A Note:
0.964 for power cells above 140 A
Factor in the motor service factor (SF) if the application will Please contact the factory or your local Siemens sales represen-
make use of it under long term operation. You do so by tative for derating calculations, if the drive is intended to operate
multiplying the given/calculated current (from step 1.1) by outside the nominal conditions such as:
the motor SF. High ambient temperatures
High altitude installations
Very low continuous operating frequencies at high current
High frequency operation for high speed motors.

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Selection and ordering data


Motor voltage 2.3/2.4 kV
Motor Type rating Shaft Shaft Typical Power cell Number of Transformer Order number Gene-
voltage output 1) output 1) motor current cells rating ration
current 1)
kV kVA hp kW A A kVA
6SR4202-0 B32-0 0
2
2.4 180 200 149 43 70 9 200 GenIV
2.4 270 300 224 65 70 9 300 6SR4202-0 B33-0 0 GenIV
2.4 290 323 241 70 70 9 400 6SR4202-0 B34-0 0 GenIV
2.4 360 400 298 87 100 9 400 6SR4202-0 C34-0 0 GenIV
2.4 410 450 336 98 100 9 450 6SR4202-0 C34-5 0 GenIV
2.4 415 461 344 100 100 9 500 6SR4202-0 C35-0 0 GenIV
2.4 450 500 373 108 140 9 500 6SR4202-0 D35-0 0 GenIV
2.4 540 600 448 130 140 9 600 6SR4202-0 D36-0 0 GenIV
2.4 580 645 481 140 140 9 700 6SR4202-0 D37-0 0 GenIV
2.4 700 800 597 169 200 9 800 6SR4202-0 E38-0 0 GenIV
2.4 790 900 671 190 200 9 900 6SR4202-0 E38-7 0 GenIV
2.4 830 945 705 200 200 9 1000 6SR4202-0 E41-0 0 GenIV
2.4 880 1000 746 212 260 9 1000 6SR4202-0 F41-0 0 GenIV
2.4 1080 1229 917 260 260 9 1250 6SR4202-0 F41-2 0 GenIV
2.4 1305 1489 1111 315 315 9 1750 6SR3202-1 G41-7 0 GenIIIe
2.4 1540 1750 1306 370 375 9 1750 6SR3202-1 H41-7 0 GenIIIe
2.4 1555 1773 1322 375 375 9 2000 6SR3202-1 H42-0 0 GenIIIe
2.4 1760 2000 1492 423 500 9 2000 6SR3202-1 J42-0 0 GenIIIe
2.4 1980 2250 1679 476 500 9 2250 6SR3202-1 J42-2 0 GenIIIe
2.4 2075 2363 1763 500 500 9 2500 6SR3202-1 J42-5 0 GenIIIe
2.4 2200 2500 1865 529 660 9 2500 6SR3202-1 K42-5 0 GenIIIe
2.4 2620 2978 2222 630 660 9 3000 6SR3202-1 K43-0 0 GenIIIe

For order number supplements see pages 2/15 to 2/17

1) The specifications for the typical motor current and the power data in hp
and kW are approximate values only; these have been calculated for oper-
ation with induction motors and for a typical power factor cos and motor
efficiency. Both approximate values have to be adapted to the motor that is
actually used.

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Motor voltage 3.3 kV
Motor Type rating Shaft Shaft Typical Power cell Number of Transformer Order number Gene-
voltage output 1) output 1) motor current cells rating ration
current 1)
kV kVA hp kW A A kVA
6SR4202-0 A32-0 0
2
3.3 180 200 149 32 40 9 200 GenIV
3.3 225 254 189 40 40 9 300 6SR4202-0 A33-0 0 GenIV
3.3 270 300 224 47 70 9 300 6SR4202-0 B33-0 0 GenIV
3.3 360 400 298 63 70 9 400 6SR4202-0 B34-0 0 GenIV
3.3 400 444 331 70 70 9 450 6SR4202-0 B34-5 0 GenIV
3.3 410 450 336 71 100 9 450 6SR4202-0 C34-5 0 GenIV
3.3 450 500 373 79 100 9 500 6SR4202-0 C35-0 0 GenIV
3.3 540 600 448 95 100 9 600 6SR4202-0 C36-0 0 GenIV
3.3 570 634 473 100 100 9 700 6SR4202-0 C37-0 0 GenIV
3.3 630 700 522 110 140 9 700 6SR4202-0 D37-0 0 GenIV
3.3 720 800 597 126 140 9 800 6SR4202-0 D38-0 0 GenIV
3.3 800 887 662 140 140 9 900 6SR4202-0 D38-7 0 GenIV
3.3 880 1000 746 154 200 9 1000 6SR4202-0 E41-0 0 GenIV
3.3 970 1100 821 169 200 9 1100 6SR4202-0 E41-1 0 GenIV
3.3 1100 1250 933 192 200 9 1250 6SR4202-0 E41-2 0 GenIV
3.3 1140 1300 970 200 200 9 1500 6SR4202-0 E41-5 0 GenIV
3.3 1320 1500 1119 231 260 9 1500 6SR4202-0 F41-5 0 GenIV
3.3 1485 1690 1261 260 260 9 1750 6SR4202-0 F41-7 0 GenIV
3.3 1540 1750 1306 269 315 9 1750 6SR3202-1 G41-7 0 GenIIIe
3.3 1760 2000 1492 308 315 9 2000 6SR3202-1 G42-0 0 GenIIIe
3.3 1800 2047 1527 315 315 9 2250 6SR3202-1 G42-2 0 GenIIIe
3.3 1980 2250 1679 346 375 9 2250 6SR3202-1 H42-2 0 GenIIIe
3.3 2140 2437 1818 375 375 9 2500 6SR3202-1 H42-5 0 GenIIIe
3.3 2200 2500 1865 385 500 9 2500 6SR3202-1 J42-5 0 GenIIIe
3.3 2640 3000 2238 462 500 9 3000 6SR3202-1 J43-0 0 GenIIIe
3.3 2855 3250 2424 500 500 9 3500 6SR3202-1 J43-5 0 GenIIIe
3.3 3080 3500 2611 539 660 9 3500 6SR3202-1 K43-5 0 GenIIIe

For order number supplements see pages 2/15 to 2/17

1) The specifications for the typical motor current and the power data in hp
and kW are approximate values only; these have been calculated for oper-
ation with induction motors and for a typical power factor cos and motor
efficiency. Both approximate values have to be adapted to the motor that is
actually used.

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Motor voltage 4.0/4.16 kV
Motor Type rating Shaft Shaft Typical Power cell Number of Transformer Order number Gene-
voltage output 1) output 1) motor current cells rating ration
current 1)
kV kVA hp kW A A kVA
4.0/4.16 2) 6SR4202-0 A32-0 0
2
180 200 149 26 40 9 200 GenIV
4.0/4.16 2) 270 300 224 39 40 9 300 6SR4202-0 A33-0 0 GenIV
4.0/4.16 2) 275 307 229 40 40 9 400 6SR4202-0 A34-0 0 GenIV
4.0/4.16 2) 360 400 298 52 70 9 400 6SR4202-0 B34-0 0 GenIV
4.0/4.16 2) 410 450 336 59 70 9 450 6SR4202-0 B34-5 0 GenIV
4.0/4.16 2) 450 500 373 65 70 9 500 6SR4202-0 B35-0 0 GenIV
4.0/4.16 2) 480 538 401 70 70 9 600 6SR4202-0 B36-0 0 GenIV
4.0/4.16 2) 540 600 448 78 100 9 600 6SR4202-0 C36-0 0 GenIV
4.0/4.16 2) 630 700 522 91 100 9 700 6SR4202-0 C37-0 0 GenIV
4.0/4.16 2) 690 768 573 100 100 9 800 6SR4202-0 C38-0 0 GenIV
4.0/4.16 2) 720 800 597 104 140 9 800 6SR4202-0 D38-0 0 GenIV
4.0/4.16 2) 810 900 671 117 140 9 900 6SR4202-0 D38-7 0 GenIV
4.0/4.16 2) 900 1000 746 130 140 9 1000 6SR4202-0 D41-0 0 GenIV
4.0/4.16 2) 965 1075 802 140 140 9 1100 6SR4202-0 D41-1 0 GenIV
2)
4.0/4.16 1100 1250 933 159 200 9 1250 6SR4202-0 E41-2 0 GenIV
4.0/4.16 2) 1320 1500 1119 190 200 9 1500 6SR4202-0 E41-5 0 GenIV
4.0/4.16 2) 1385 1576 1175 200 200 9 1750 6SR4202-0 E41-7 0 GenIV
4.0/4.16 2) 1540 1750 1306 222 260 9 1750 6SR4202-0 F41-7 0 GenIV
4.0/4.16 2) 1760 2000 1492 254 260 9 2000 6SR4202-0 F42-0 0 GenIV
4.0/4.16 2) 1800 2048 1528 260 260 9 2250 6SR4202-0 F42-2 0 GenIV
4.16 1980 2250 1679 275 315 12 2250 6SR3202-3 G42-2 0 GenIIIe
4.16 2200 2500 1865 305 315 12 2500 6SR3202-3 G42-5 0 GenIIIe
4.16 2265 2581 1925 315 315 12 3000 6SR3202-3 G43-0 0 GenIIIe
4.16 2640 3000 2238 366 375 12 3000 6SR3202-3 H43-0 0 GenIIIe
4.16 2700 3073 2292 375 375 12 3500 6SR3202-3 H43-5 0 GenIIIe
4.16 3080 3500 2611 427 500 12 3500 6SR3202-3 J43-5 0 GenIIIe
4.16 3520 4000 2984 488 500 12 4000 6SR3202-3 J44-0 0 GenIIIe
4.16 3600 4097 3056 500 500 12 5000 6SR3202-3 J45-0 0 GenIIIe
4.16 4400 5000 3730 610 660 12 5000 6SR3202-3 K45-0 0 GenIIIe
4.16 4540 5162 3851 630 660 12 6000 6SR3202-3 K46-0 0 GenIIIe
4.16 5185 5899 4401 720 720 12 6000 6SR3202-3 L46-0 0 GenIIIe

For order number supplements see pages 2/15 to 2/17

1) The specifications for the typical motor current and the power data in hp
and kW are approximate values only; these have been calculated for oper-
ation with induction motors and for a typical power factor cos and motor
efficiency. Both approximate values have to be adapted to the motor that is
actually used.
2) 4.16 kV possible with overmodulation; under load, motor is run at 4.0 kV

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Motor voltage 4.6/4.8 kV
Motor Type Shaft Shaft Typical Power Number Transformer Order number Gene-
voltage rating output 1) output 1) motor cell of cells rating ration
current 1) current
kV kVA hp kW A A kVA
6SR4202-1 A33-0 0 2)
2
4.8 270 300 224 33 40 12 300 GenIV
4.8 330 369 275 40 40 12 400 6SR4202-1 A34-0 0 2) GenIV
4.8 360 400 298 43 70 12 400 6SR4202-1 B34-0 0 2) GenIV
4.8 450 500 373 54 70 12 500 6SR4202-1 B35-0 0 2) GenIV
4.8 540 600 448 65 70 12 600 6SR4202-1 B36-0 0 2) GenIV
4.8 580 645 481 70 70 12 700 6SR4202-1 B37-0 0 2) GenIV
4.8 630 700 522 76 100 12 700 6SR4202-1 C37-0 0 2) GenIV
4.8 720 800 597 87 100 12 800 6SR4202-1 C38-0 0 2) GenIV
4.8 810 900 671 98 100 12 900 6SR4202-1 C38-7 0 2) GenIV
4.8 830 922 688 100 100 12 1000 6SR4202-1 C41-0 0 2) GenIV
4.8 900 1000 746 108 140 12 1000 6SR4202-1 D41-0 0 2) GenIV
4.8 1130 1250 933 136 140 12 1250 6SR4202-1 D41-2 0 2) GenIV
4.8 1160 1291 963 140 140 12 1500 6SR4202-1 D41-5 0 2) GenIV
4.8 1320 1500 1119 159 200 12 1500 6SR4202-1 E41-5 0 2) GenIV
2)
4.8 1540 1750 1306 185 200 12 1750 6SR4202-1 E41-7 0 GenIV
4.8 1660 1891 1411 200 200 12 2000 6SR4202-1 E42-0 0 2) GenIV
4.8 1760 2000 1492 212 260 12 2000 6SR4202-1 F42-0 0 2) GenIV
4.8 1980 2250 1679 238 260 12 2250 6SR4202-1 F42-2 0 2) GenIV
4.8 2160 2458 1834 260 260 12 2500 6SR4202-1 F42-5 0 2) GenIV
4.8 2200 2500 1865 264 315 12 2500 6SR3202-3 G42-5 0 GenIIIe
4.8 2615 2978 2222 315 315 12 3000 6SR3202-3 G43-0 0 GenIIIe
4.8 2640 3000 2238 317 375 12 3000 6SR3202-3 H43-0 0 GenIIIe
4.8 3080 3500 2611 370 375 12 3500 6SR3202-3 H43-5 0 GenIIIe
4.8 3115 3545 2645 375 375 12 4000 6SR3202-3 H44-0 0 GenIIIe
4.8 3520 4000 2984 423 500 12 4000 6SR3202-3 J44-0 0 GenIIIe
4.8 4155 4727 3526 500 500 12 5000 6SR3202-3 J45-0 0 GenIIIe
4.8 4400 5000 3730 529 660 12 5000 6SR3202-3 K45-0 0 GenIIIe
4.8 5240 5956 4443 630 660 12 6000 6SR3202-3 K46-0 0 GenIIIe

For order number supplements see pages 2/15 to 2/17

1)
The specifications for the typical motor current and the power data in hp
and kW are approximate values only; these have been calculated for oper-
ation with induction motors and for a typical power factor cos and motor
efficiency. Both approximate values have to be adapted to the motor that is
actually used.
2)
Available soon.

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Motor voltage 6.0 kV
Motor Type rating Shaft Shaft Typical Power cell Number of Transformer Order number Gene-
voltage output 1) output 1) motor current cells rating ration
current 1)
kV kVA hp kW A A kVA
6SR4202-2 A33-0 0
2
6.0 270 300 224 26 40 15 300 GenIV
6.0 360 400 298 35 40 15 400 6SR4202-2 A34-0 0 GenIV
6.0 415 461 344 40 40 15 500 6SR4202-2 A35-0 0 GenIV
6.0 450 500 373 43 70 15 500 6SR4202-2 B35-0 0 GenIV
6.0 540 600 448 52 70 15 600 6SR4202-2 B36-0 0 GenIV
6.0 630 700 522 61 70 15 700 6SR4202-2 B37-0 0 GenIV
6.0 720 800 597 69 70 15 800 6SR4202-2 B38-0 0 GenIV
6.0 725 807 602 70 70 15 900 6SR4202-2 B38-7 0 GenIV
6.0 810 900 671 78 100 15 900 6SR4202-2 C38-7 0 GenIV
6.0 900 1000 746 87 100 15 1000 6SR4202-2 C41-0 0 GenIV
6.0 1035 1152 860 100 100 15 1250 6SR4202-2 C41-2 0 GenIV
6.0 1130 1250 933 108 140 15 1250 6SR4202-2 D41-2 0 GenIV
6.0 1350 1500 1119 130 140 15 1500 6SR4202-2 D41-5 0 GenIV
6.0 1450 1613 1203 140 140 15 1750 6SR4202-2 D41-7 0 GenIV
6.0 1540 1750 1306 148 200 15 1750 6SR4202-2 E41-7 0 GenIV
6.0 1760 2000 1492 169 200 15 2000 6SR4202-2 E42-0 0 GenIV
6.0 1980 2250 1679 190 200 15 2250 6SR4202-2 E42-2 0 GenIV
6.0 2075 2363 1763 200 200 15 2500 6SR4202-2 E42-5 0 GenIV
6.0 2200 2500 1865 212 260 15 2500 6SR4202-2 F42-5 0 GenIV
6.0 2640 3000 2238 254 260 15 3000 6SR4202-2 F43-0 0 GenIV
6.0 2700 3073 2292 260 260 15 3500 6SR4202-2 F43-5 0 GenIV
6.0 3080 3500 2611 296 315 15 3500 6SR3202-5 G43-5 0 GenIIIe
6.0 3270 3722 2777 315 315 15 4000 6SR3202-5 G44-0 0 GenIIIe
6.0 3520 4000 2984 338 375 15 4000 6SR3202-5 H44-0 0 GenIIIe
6.0 3895 4432 3306 375 375 15 5000 6SR3202-5 H45-0 0 GenIIIe
6.0 4400 5000 3730 423 500 15 5000 6SR3202-5 J45-0 0 GenIIIe
6.0 5195 5909 4408 500 500 15 6000 6SR3202-5 J46-0 0 GenIIIe
6.0 5280 6000 4476 508 660 15 6000 6SR3202-5 K46-0 0 GenIIIe
6.0 6160 7000 5222 592 660 15 7000 6SR3202-5 K47-0 0 GenIIIe
6.0 6550 7445 5554 630 660 15 8000 6SR3202-5 K48-0 0 GenIIIe
6.0 7040 8000 5968 677 720 18 8000 6SR3202-7 L48-0 0 GenIIIe

For order number supplements see pages 2/15 to 2/17

1)
The specifications for the typical motor current and the power data in hp
and kW are approximate values only; these have been calculated for oper-
ation with induction motors and for a typical power factor cos and motor
efficiency. Both approximate values have to be adapted to the motor that is
actually used.

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Selection and ordering data (continued)


Motor voltage 6.6 kV
Motor Type rating Shaft Shaft Typical Power cell Number of Transformer Order number Gene-
voltage output 1) output 1) motor current cells rating ration
current 1)
kV kVA hp kW A A kVA
6SR4202-2 A33-0 0
2
6.6 270 300 224 24 40 15 300 GenIV
6.6 360 400 298 32 40 15 400 6SR4202-2 A34-0 0 GenIV
6.6 450 500 373 39 40 15 500 6SR4202-2 A35-0 0 GenIV
6.6 455 507 378 40 40 15 600 6SR4202-2 A36-0 0 GenIV
6.6 540 600 448 47 70 15 600 6SR4202-2 B36-0 0 GenIV
6.6 630 700 522 55 70 15 700 6SR4202-2 B37-0 0 GenIV
6.6 720 800 597 63 70 15 800 6SR4202-2 B38-0 0 GenIV
6.6 800 887 662 70 70 15 900 6SR4202-2 B38-7 0 GenIV
6.6 810 900 671 71 100 15 900 6SR4202-2 C38-7 0 GenIV
6.6 900 1000 746 79 100 15 1000 6SR4202-2 C41-0 0 GenIV
6.6 1130 1250 933 99 100 15 1250 6SR4202-2 C41-2 0 GenIV
6.6 1140 1268 946 100 100 15 1500 6SR4202-2 C41-5 0 GenIV
6.6 1350 1500 1119 118 140 15 1500 6SR4202-2 D41-5 0 GenIV
6.6 1580 1750 1306 138 140 15 1750 6SR4202-2 D41-7 0 GenIV
6.6 1600 1775 1324 140 140 15 2000 6SR4202-2 D42-0 0 GenIV
6.6 1760 2000 1492 154 200 15 2000 6SR4202-2 E42-0 0 GenIV
6.6 1980 2250 1679 173 200 15 2250 6SR4202-2 E42-2 0 GenIV
6.6 2200 2500 1865 192 200 15 2500 6SR4202-2 E42-5 0 GenIV
6.6 2285 2600 1939 200 200 15 3000 6SR4202-2 E43-0 0 GenIV
6.6 2640 3000 2238 231 260 15 3000 6SR4202-2 F43-0 0 GenIV
6.6 2970 3380 2521 260 260 15 3500 6SR4202-2 F43-5 0 GenIV
6.6 3080 3500 2611 269 315 18 3500 6SR3202-7 G43-5 0 GenIIIe
6.6 3520 4000 2984 308 315 18 4000 6SR3202-7 G44-0 0 GenIIIe
6.6 3600 4095 3055 315 315 18 5000 6SR3202-7 G45-0 0 GenIIIe
6.6 4285 4875 3636 375 375 18 5000 6SR3202-7 H45-0 0 GenIIIe
6.6 4400 5000 3730 385 500 18 5000 6SR3202-7 J45-0 0 GenIIIe
6.6 5280 6000 4476 462 500 18 6000 6SR3202-7 J46-0 0 GenIIIe
6.6 5715 6500 4849 500 500 18 7000 6SR3202-7 J47-0 0 GenIIIe
6.6 6160 7000 5222 539 660 18 7000 6SR3202-7 K47-0 0 GenIIIe
6.6 7040 8000 5968 615 660 18 8000 6SR3202-7 K48-0 0 GenIIIe

For order number supplements see pages 2/15 to 2/17

1)
The specifications for the typical motor current and the power data in hp
and kW are approximate values only; these have been calculated for oper-
ation with induction motors and for a typical power factor cos and motor
efficiency. Both approximate values have to be adapted to the motor that is
actually used.

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Order No. supplements
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
ROBICON Perfect Harmony drive 6 S R . . . . . . . . . .

Generation
Generation 3 (GenIIIe)
Generation 4 (GenIV)
3
4
2
Manufacturing location
Pittsburgh, USA 2

Cooling
Air-cooled 0

Line-side behavior
Basic Infeed ("Direct Front End") 2

Rated max. output voltage


Applies for GenIV
4.0 kV 3 AC, 9 cells 0
5.3 kV 3 AC, 12 cells 1) 1
6.6 kV 3 AC, 15 cells 2
Applies for GenIIIe
3.6 kV 3 AC, 9 cells 1
4.9 kV 3 AC, 12 cells 3
6.1 kV 3 AC, 15 cells 5
7.3 kV 3 AC, 18 cells 7

Primary input voltage


2.4 kV 3 AC A
3.0 kV 3 AC B
3.3 kV 3 AC C
4.16 kV 3 AC D
4.8 kV 3 AC E
6.0 kV 3 AC F
6.3 kV 3 AC G
6.6 kV 3 AC H
6.9 kV 3 AC J
7.2 kV 3 AC K
8.4 kV 3 AC L
10.0 kV 3 AC M
11.0 kV 3 AC N
12.0 kV 3 AC P
12.47 kV 3 AC Q
13.2 kV 3 AC R
13.8 kV 3 AC S
Other voltage than standard (on request) X

1)
Available soon.

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Order No. supplements (continued)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
ROBICON Perfect Harmony drive 6 S R . . . . . . . . . .
Cell rating
Applies for GenIV
2 40 A A
70 A B
100 A C
140 A D
200 A E
260 A F
Applies for GenIIIe
315 A G
375 A H
500 A J
660 A K
720 A L

Transformer rating
Other transformer rating than standard 0 0 0
200 kVA 3 2 0
300 kVA 3 3 0
400 kVA 3 4 0
450 kVA 3 4 5
500 kVA 3 5 0
600 kVA 3 6 0
700 kVA 3 7 0
800 kVA 3 8 0
900 kVA 3 8 7
1000 kVA 4 1 0
1100 kVA 4 1 1
1250 kVA 4 1 2
1500 kVA 4 1 5
1750 kVA 4 1 7
2000 kVA 4 2 0
2250 kVA 4 2 2
2500 kVA 4 2 5
3000 kVA 4 3 0
3500 kVA 4 3 5
4000 kVA 4 4 0
4500 kVA 4 4 5
5000 kVA 4 5 0
5500 kVA 4 5 5
6000 kVA 4 6 0
6500 kVA 4 6 5
7000 kVA 4 7 0
7500 kVA 4 7 5
8000 kVA 4 8 0
9000 kVA 4 8 7

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Selection and ordering data

Selection and ordering data (continued)


Order No. supplements (continued)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
ROBICON Perfect Harmony drive 6 S R . . . . . . . . . 0

Transformer configuration
60 Hz, CU
50 Hz, CU
A
B
2
60 Hz, AL E
50 Hz, AL F

Auxiliary voltage
380 V 3 AC, 50/60 Hz F
400 V 3 AC, 50/60 Hz G
415 V 3 AC, 50/60 Hz H
460 V 3 AC, 60 Hz J
480 V 3 AC, 60 Hz K

Note: Not all configurations that the above order no. key allows
can be configured. See the selection tables and configuration in-
formation for available drive configurations.

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Options

Options
The tables below list the options available for the drives
(details see chapter 4 description of options):
Option text Order GenIV GenIIIe Option text Order GenIV GenIIIe
code code
Transformer Control voltage supply 4)

2 Intermediate arrestors included


Availability 1)
N24 Connection for control voltage 220/230 V AC K68
by customer

Control voltage 120 V AC by Siemens K69


ProToPS U10
Connection for control voltage 120 V AC by K79
Cell bypass U11 customer
Redundant blower M61 I/O signal voltage 24 V DC K73
Certifications Control of auxiliaries 5)
Version with UL listing U01 Controlled outgoing feeder, N35
Version with CE conformity U02 230 or 120 V 1 AC, max. 1.2 kW
Version with CSA certification U03 Controlled outgoing feeder, N36
230 or 120 V 1 AC, max. 2.2 kW
Protection functions 2)
Controlled outgoing feeder, N37
Mechanical door interlock Superior M08 230 or 120 V 1 AC, max. 3.5kW
Mechanical door interlock Kirk M09 Controlled outgoing feeder, N38
Mechanical door interlock Castell M10 230 or 120 V 1 AC, max. 4.5kW

Mechanical door interlock Fortress M38 Power quality monitoring (PQM)

Electrical door interlock M12 Multilin input power quality meter A67

Serial communication Multilin output power quality meter A68

Modbus Plus interface G21 Motor monitoring

Modbus interface G22 TEC System RTD monitor A60

DeviceNet interface, profile 12 G23 Multilin 369 motor protection relay A61

Control Net interface G26 Multilin 369 motor protection relay with A62
metering kit
Modbus Ethernet interface G28
Multilin 469 motor protection relay A63
Additional Modbus Plus interface G31
Motor voltage
Additional Modbus interface G32
Motor voltage 2.3 kV V01
Additional Modbus Ethernet interface G38
Motor voltage 2.4 kV V02
Additional DeviceNet interface, profile 12 G43
Motor voltage 3.0 kV V03
Additional Control Net interface G46
Motor voltage 3.3 kV V04
PROFIBUS DP interface G91
Motor voltage 4.0 kV V05
Additional PROFIBUS DP interface G93
Motor voltage 4.16 kV V06
Functional options
Motor voltage 4.8 kV V07
Vector control with speed encoder K50
Motor voltage 5.0 kV V08
Output reactor L09
Motor voltage 5.5 kV V09
Bidirectional synchronized transfer L29
Motor voltage 6.0 kV V10
UPS mounted within the drive L53
Motor voltage 6.3 kV V11
Control and display instruments in the door 3)
Motor voltage 6.6 kV V12
Pushbutton kit K29
Motor voltage 6.9 kV V13
Off-Local-Remote selector K31
Motor voltage 7.2 kV V14
Off-Hand-Auto selector K32
Keyed Off-Local-Remote selector K33
Keyed Off-Hand-Auto selector K34

1) 4)
Options "availability" U10 and U11 are mutually exclusive. With options K68, K69 and K79 the power source is defined. Select one of
2)
Options "mechanical door interlock" M08, M09, M10 and M38 are mutually them. K69 is the preset value.
5)
exclusive. Select one of them. M08 is the preset value. Options "control of auxiliaries" N35 to N38 are mutually exclusive. For
3)
Options "control and display instruments in the door" K31 to K34 are GenIV drives, select one of them; the preset value is N35.
mutually exclusive. Select one of them. K31 is the preset value.

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Options

Options (continued)
Option text Order GenIV GenIIIe Option text Order GenIV GenIIIe
code code
Documentation (standard: PDF format in English on CD-ROM) Additional testing options on request 4)
1)
Documentation in German D00 Heat run, unwitnessed, until thermal stability F04

(but no longer than 8 h)
Circuit diagrams, terminal diagrams and D02

2
dimension drawings in DXF format Heat run, witnessed, until thermal stability F05

(but no longer than 8 h)
One set of printed documentation D15
1) Heat run with RBR, unwitnessed F06
Documentation in Russian D56
Heat run with RBR, witnessed F07
Documentation in English D76
1) Calculation of power factor F12
Documentation in Portuguese (Brazil) D79
1) Measurement of no-load characteristic and F14
Documentation in Chinese D84 determination of losses and efficiency,
Circuit diagrams with customer-specific Y10 unwitnessed
description field Measurement of no-load characteristic and F15
Production schedules 2) determination of losses and efficiency,
witnessed
Production schedule: one issue B43
No-load noise measurement, F28
Production schedule: updated at 2-week B44
without noise analysis, unwitnessed
intervals
No-load noise measurement, F29
Production schedule: updated once per month B45
without noise analysis, witnessed
Nameplate color, texture and language 3) Measurement of line harmonics, F68
(standard language English)
unwitnessed
White letters with black core T03 Measurement of line harmonics, F69

Stainless steel T04 witnessed

English/German T74 Function test of the drive with inductive load, F72

unwitnessed
English/Portuguese (Brazil) T82
Insulation test of the drive, unwitnessed F76
English/Russian T85
English/Chinese T91
Drive acceptance tests in presence of customer Option available

Option qualifies for (kW)ick Ship program


Visual acceptance F03
(see description below)
Functional acceptance (without motor) F73
Option not available
Insulation test F77
Option on request
Other options
EMC filter L03
The (kW)ick Ship program
Anti-condensation heating for cabinet L55
The (kW)ick Ship program enables Siemens Large Drives
Gland plate, aluminum M35 Applications and Medium-Voltage Drives (LD AM) to manufac-
Gland plate, brass M36 ture ROBICON Perfect Harmony GenIV medium-voltage air-
cooled drives within an impressive 12 week lead time. Based on
Gland plate, stainless steel M37
a specific set of standard options and a streamlined approach to
IP42 degree of protection M42 engineering and manufacturing we are able to deliver these
Drive prepared for duct flange connection in M64 drives in a fraction of the time and at a reduced cost.
front Note: The following options are coded in the order number
Version for harsh environment conditions M67 (refer to order No. key)
Customer-specific nameplate Y05 Line connection voltage
Paint finish other than standard Y09 Transformer configuration
Options on request 4) Auxiliary voltage
ESP applications B09
Interface check with customer equipment F79

(5 hours; on request)
Customer-specific acceptance tests F97

(on request, without motor)
Drive prepared for air-to-air heat exchanger W41
Sine-wave filter Y15

1) Options "documentation" D00, D56, D79 and D84 are mutually exclusive. 3) Options "nameplate language" T74 to T91 are mutually exclusive.
2) Options "production schedules" B43 to B45 are mutually exclusive. 4) For the following options please contact the factory or your local Siemens
sales representative.

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3/2 General technical data

3/3 GenIV
3/3 Motor voltage 2.3/2.4 kV
3/6 Motor voltage 3.3 kV
3/9 Motor voltage 4.0/4.16 kV
3/13 Motor voltage 4.6/4.8 kV
3/17 Motor voltage 6.0 kV
3/21 Motor voltage 6.6 kV

3/25 GenIIIe
3/25 Motor voltage 2.3/2.4 kV
3/27 Motor voltage 3.3 kV
3/29 Motor voltage 4.16 kV
3/31 Motor voltage 4.6/4.8 kV
3/33 Motor voltage 6.0 kV
3/35 Motor voltage 6.6 kV

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Technical data
General technical data
Power semiconductors Diodes, IGBTs
Line-side rectifier 18 to 36 pulse diode rectifiers
Motor-side inverter Multi-level drive (PWM) with IGBT power modules
Drive quadrants 2
Potential separation Fiber-optic cable
(Power section/open- and
closed-loop control)
Efficiency Minimum 96 % including transformer, across whole power range
Regulations compliances IEEE, ANSI, NEMA, CSA, CE and UL
Paint finish ANSI 61 gray
Degree of protection NEMA 1
IP21 (standard) 1)
3 IP42 (optional) 1)
Air cooling Forced-air cooling with integrated blowers
Altitude 2) ft 0 ... 3300 without derating
m 0 ... 1000 without derating
Permissible ambient temperature Refer to table below

Storage Transport Operation


Climatic ambient conditions
Ambient temperature C -5 to +45 -25 to +70 +5 to +40 3)
Relative air humidity < 95 % < 95 % < 95 %
(only slight condensation (only slight condensation (condensation not permitted)
permitted; drive must be permitted; drive must be
completely dry before completely dry before
commissioning) commissioning)
Other climatic conditions 1K3, 1Z2 in acc. with 2K2 in acc. with 3K3 in acc. with
in accordance with class IEC 60721-3-1 IEC 60721-3-2 IEC 60721-3-3
Degree of pollution 2 2 2
without conductive pollution without conductive pollution without conductive pollution
in acc. with IEC 61800-5 in acc. with IEC 61800-5 in acc. with IEC 61800-5
Mechanical ambient conditions
Stationary vibration, sinusoidal
Displacement mm 1.5 (2 to 9 Hz) 3.5 (2 to 9 Hz) 0.3 (2 to 9 Hz)
Acceleration m/s2 5 (9 to 200 Hz) 10 (9 to 200 Hz) 1 (9 to 200 Hz)
m/s2 15 (200 to 500 Hz)
Other mechanical conditions in 1M2 in acc. with 2M2 in acc. with 3M1 in acc. with
accordance with class IEC 60721-3-1 IEC 60721-3-2 IEC 60721-3-3
Other ambient conditions
Biological ambient conditions in 1B1 in acc. with 2B1 in acc. with 3B1 in acc. with
accordance with class IEC 60721-3-1 IEC 60721-3-2 IEC 60721-3-3
Chemical active substances in 1C1 in acc. with 2C1 in acc. with 3C1 in acc. with
accordance with class IEC 60721-3-1 IEC 60721-3-2 IEC 60721-3-3
Mechanical active substances in 1S1 in acc. with 2S1 in acc. with 3S1 (standard) in acc. with
accordance with class IEC 60721-3-1 IEC 60721-3-2 IEC 60721-3-3

1)
Acc. to IEC 60529.
2)
For altitudes above 3300 ft (1000 m), please contact the factory or your local Siemens sales representative.
3)
For ambient temperatures above 40 C, please contact the factory or your local Siemens sales representative.

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Technical data
ROBICON Perfect Harmony 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202-
air-cooled drive version 0.B32-0..0 0.B33-0..0 0.B34-0..0 0.C34-0..0 0.C34-5..0
Motor voltage 2.3/2.4 kV
Max. output voltage kV 4 4 4 4 4
Type rating kVA 180 270 290 360 410
Shaft output 1) hp 200 300 323 400 450
kW 149 224 241 298 336
Typical motor current 1) A 43 65 70 87 98
Power cell current A 70 70 70 100 100
Number of cells 9 9 9 9 9
Transformer rating kVA 200 300 400 400 450
Aluminium transformer available Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Power losses of drive system
with copper transformer
with aluminium transformer
kVA
kVA
<6
<7
<9
< 11
< 10
< 12
< 13
< 14
< 14
< 16 3
Efficiency Pout/Pin 2) of drive system
with copper transformer % 96.5 96.5 96.5 96.5 96.5
with aluminium transformer % 96 96 96 96 96
Auxiliary supply
Single-phase w/o options 3) kVA < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5
Single-phase w/ all options 3) kVA <3 <3 <3 <3 <3
Three-phase w/o CPT 4) kVA <4 <4 <4 <4 <4
Three-phase w/ CPT and all kVA <7 <7 <7 <7 <7
options 4)
Cooling air requirement m3/s 2.2 2.2 2.2 2.2 2.2
CFM 4700 4700 4700 4700 4700
Sound pressure level LpA (1 m) dB 75 75 75 75 75
Power cabling cross sections
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM
line-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 1 x 120 1 x 120 1 x 120 1 x 120 1 x 120
preliminary (DIN VDE)
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM
motor-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 1 x 120 1 x 120 1 x 120 1 x 120 1 x 120
preliminary (DIN VDE)
PE connection, max. connec- AWG/MCM 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG
tion cross-section at enclosure (NEC, CEC)
with M12 screw 5) preliminary mm2 70 70 70 70 70
(DIN VDE)
Degree of protection NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21
Drive dimensions (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Width in 66 66 66 66 66
mm 1676 1676 1676 1676 1676
Height in 102 6) 102 6) 102 6) 102 6) 102 6)
mm 2590 6) 2590 6) 2590 6) 2590 6) 2590 6)
Depth in 42 42 42 42 42
mm 1067 1067 1067 1067 1067
Dimension drawing 7) A A A A A
Drive weight (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Weight lb 4352 4890 5438 5438 5674
kg 1974 2218 2467 2467 2574

1) The specifications for the typical motor current and the power data in hp and kW are approximate values only; these have been calculated for operation with
induction motors and for a typical power factor cos and motor efficiency. Both approximate values have to be adapted to the motor that is actually used.
2) Values at 100 % of rated speed and torque; includes drive and input transformer.
3) 120/240 V AC for NXGII control
- GenIV derives single-phase control power from a built-in CPT as standard
- For GenIV, single-phase control power can be fed directly by the customer as an option (K68)
- CPT is an option in other systems.
4) Includes cooling blowers/pumps; largest unit shown.
5) Maximum installable size per phase.
6) Total height with redundant blowers: 110 inch (2794 mm).
7) Please refer to page 5/13 for dimension drawings. The letters A to D refer to the particular drawing.

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ROBICON Perfect Harmony 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202-
air-cooled drive version 0.C35-0..0 0.D35-0..0 0.D36-0..0 0.D37-0..0 0.E38-0..0
Motor voltage 2.3/2.4 kV
Max. output voltage kV 4 4 4 4 4
Type rating kVA 415 450 540 580 700
Shaft output 1) hp 461 500 600 645 800
kW 344 373 448 481 597
Typical motor current 1) A 100 108 130 140 169
Power cell current A 100 140 140 140 200
Number of cells 9 9 9 9 9
Transformer rating kVA 500 500 600 700 800
Aluminium transformer available Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Power losses of drive system

3 with copper transformer


with aluminium transformer
kVA
kVA
< 15
< 17
< 16
< 18
< 19
< 22
< 20
< 23
< 25
< 28
Efficiency Pout/Pin 2) of drive system
with copper transformer % 96.5 96.5 96.5 96.5 96.5
with aluminium transformer % 96 96 96 96 96
Auxiliary supply
Single-phase w/o options 3) kVA < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5
Single-phase w/ all options 3) kVA <3 <3 <3 <3 <3
Three-phase w/o CPT 4) kVA <4 <4 <4 <4 <4
Three-phase w/ CPT and all kVA <7 <7 <7 <7 <7
options 4)
Cooling air requirement m3/s 2.2 2.2 2.2 2.2 3.3
CFM 4700 4700 4700 4700 6900
Sound pressure level LpA (1 m) dB 75 75 75 75 80
Power cabling cross sections
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM 2 x 300 MCM
line-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 1 x 120 1 x 120 1 x 120 1 x 120 2 x 150
preliminary (DIN VDE)
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 300 MCM
motor-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 1 x 120 1 x 120 1 x 120 1 x 120 1 x 150
preliminary (DIN VDE)
PE connection, max. connec- AWG/MCM 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG
tion cross-section at enclosure (NEC, CEC)
with M12 screw 5) preliminary mm2 70 70 70 70 70
(DIN VDE)
Degree of protection NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21
Drive dimensions (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Width in 66 66 66 66 82
mm 1676 1676 1676 1676 2083
Height in 102 6) 102 6) 102 6) 102 6) 119.5
mm 2590 6) 2590 6) 2590 6) 2590 6) 3035
Depth in 42 42 42 42 45
mm 1067 1067 1067 1067 1143
Dimension drawing 7) A A A A A
Drive weight (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Weight lb 5900 5900 6374 6760 7467
kg 2676 2676 2891 3066 3387

1) The specifications for the typical motor current and the power data in hp and kW are approximate values only; these have been calculated for operation with
induction motors and for a typical power factor cos and motor efficiency. Both approximate values have to be adapted to the motor that is actually used.
2) Values at 100 % of rated speed and torque; includes drive and input transformer.
3) 120/240 V AC for NXGII control
- GenIV derives single-phase control power from a built-in CPT as standard
- For GenIV, single-phase control power can be fed directly by the customer as an option (K68)
- CPT is an option in other systems.
4) Includes cooling blowers/pumps; largest unit shown.
5) Maximum installable size per phase.
6) Total height with redundant blowers: 110 inch (2794 mm).
7) Please refer to page 5/13 for dimension drawings. The letters A to D refer to the particular drawing.

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ROBICON Perfect Harmony 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202-
air-cooled drive version 0.E38-7..0 0.E41-0..0 0.F41-0..0 0.F41-2..0
Motor voltage 2.3/2.4 kV
Max. output voltage kV 4 4 4 4
Type rating kVA 790 830 880 1080
Shaft output 1) hp 900 945 1000 1229
kW 671 705 746 917
Typical motor current 1) A 190 200 212 260
Power cell current A 200 200 260 260
Number of cells 9 9 9 9
Transformer rating kVA 900 1000 1000 1250
Aluminium transformer available Yes Yes Yes Yes
Power losses of drive system
with copper transformer
with aluminium transformer
kVA
kVA
< 28
< 32
< 29
< 33
< 31
< 35
< 38
< 43 3
Efficiency Pout/Pin 2) of drive system
with copper transformer % 96.5 96.5 96.5 96.5
with aluminium transformer % 96 96 96 96
Auxiliary supply
Single-phase w/o options 3) kVA < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5
Single-phase w/ all options 3) kVA <3 <3 <3 <3
Three-phase w/o CPT 4) kVA <4 <4 <4 <4
Three-phase w/ CPT and all kVA <7 <7 <7 <7
options 4)
Cooling air requirement m3/s 3.3 3.3 3.3 3.3
CFM 6900 6900 6900 6900
Sound pressure level LpA (1 m) dB 80 80 80 80
Power cabling cross sections
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 2 x 300 MCM 2 x 300 MCM 2 x 300 MCM 2 x 300 MCM
line-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 2 x 150 2 x 150 2 x 150 2 x 150
preliminary (DIN VDE)
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 1 x 300 MCM 1 x 300 MCM 1 x 300 MCM 1 x 300 MCM
motor-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 1 x 150 1 x 150 1 x 150 1 x 150
preliminary (DIN VDE)
PE connection, max. connec- AWG/MCM 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG
tion cross-section at enclosure (NEC, CEC)
with M12 screw 5) preliminary mm2 70 70 70 70
(DIN VDE)
Degree of protection NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21
Drive dimensions (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Width in 82 82 82 82
mm 2083 2083 2083 2083
Height in 119.5 119.5 119.5 119.5
mm 3035 3035 3035 3035
Depth in 45 45 45 45
mm 1143 1143 1143 1143
Dimension drawing 6) A A A A
Drive weight (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Weight lb 7739 7973 7973 8245
kg 3510 3616 3616 3740

1) The specifications for the typical motor current and the power data in hp and kW are approximate values only; these have been calculated for operation with
induction motors and for a typical power factor cos and motor efficiency. Both approximate values have to be adapted to the motor that is actually used.
2) Values at 100 % of rated speed and torque; includes drive and input transformer.
3) 120/240 V AC for NXGII control
- GenIV derives single-phase control power from a built-in CPT as standard
- For GenIV, single-phase control power can be fed directly by the customer as an option (K68)
- CPT is an option in other systems.
4) Includes cooling blowers/pumps; largest unit shown.
5) Maximum installable size per phase.
6) Please refer to page 5/13 for dimension drawings. The letters A to D refer to the particular drawing.

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Technical data
ROBICON Perfect Harmony 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202-
air-cooled drive version 0.A32-0..0 0.A33-0..0 0.B33-0..0 0.B34-0..0 0.B34-5..0 0.C34-5..0
Motor voltage 3.3 kV
Max. output voltage kV 4 4 4 4 4 4
Type rating kVA 180 225 270 360 400 410
Shaft output 1) hp 200 254 300 400 444 450
kW 149 189 224 298 331 336
Typical motor current 1) A 32 40 47 63 70 71
Power cell current A 40 40 70 70 70 100
Number of cells 9 9 9 9 9 9
Transformer rating kVA 200 300 300 400 450 450
Aluminium transformer available Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Power losses of drive system

3 with copper transformer


with aluminium transformer
kVA
kVA
<6
<7
<8
<9
<9
< 11
< 13
< 14
< 14
< 16
< 14
< 16
Efficiency Pout/Pin 2) of drive system
with copper transformer % 96.5 96.5 96.5 96.5 96.5 96.5
with aluminium transformer % 96 96 96 96 96 96
Auxiliary supply
Single-phase w/o options 3) kVA < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5
Single-phase w/ all options 3) kVA <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3
Three-phase w/o CPT 4) kVA <4 <4 <4 <4 <4 <4
Three-phase w/ CPT and all kVA <7 <7 <7 <7 <7 <7
options 4)
Cooling air requirement m3/s 2.2 2.2 2.2 2.2 2.2 2.2
CFM 4700 4700 4700 4700 4700 4700
Sound pressure level LpA (1 m) dB 75 75 75 75 75 75
Power cabling cross sections
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM
line-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 1 x 120 1 x 120 1 x 120 1 x 120 1 x 120 1 x 120
preliminary (DIN VDE)
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM
motor-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 1 x 120 1 x 120 1 x 120 1 x 120 1 x 120 1 x 120
preliminary (DIN VDE)
PE connection, max. connec- AWG/MCM 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG
tion cross-section at enclosure (NEC, CEC)
with M12 screw 5) preliminary mm2 70 70 70 70 70 70
(DIN VDE)
Degree of protection NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21
Drive dimensions (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Width in 66 66 66 66 66 66
mm 1676 1676 1676 1676 1676 1676
Height in 102 6) 102 6) 102 6) 102 6) 102 6) 102 6)
mm 2590 6) 2590 6) 2590 6) 2590 6) 2590 6) 2590 6)
Depth in 42 42 42 42 42 42
mm 1067 1067 1067 1067 1067 1067
Dimension drawing 7) A A A A A A
Drive weight (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Weight lb 4352 4890 4890 5438 5674 5674
kg 1974 2218 2218 2467 2574 2574

1)
The specifications for the typical motor current and the power data in hp and kW are approximate values only; these have been calculated for operation with
induction motors and for a typical power factor cos and motor efficiency. Both approximate values have to be adapted to the motor that is actually used.
2)
Values at 100 % of rated speed and torque; includes drive and input transformer.
3)
120/240 V AC for NXGII control
- GenIV derives single-phase control power from a built-in CPT as standard
- For GenIV, single-phase control power can be fed directly by the customer as an option (K68)
- CPT is an option in other systems.
4)
Includes cooling blowers/pumps; largest unit shown.
5)
Maximum installable size per phase.
6)
Total height with redundant blowers: 110 inch (2794 mm).
7)
Please refer to page 5/13 for dimension drawings. The letters A to D refer to the particular drawing.

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Technical data (continued)


ROBICON Perfect Harmony 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202-
air-cooled drive version 0.C35-0..0 0.C36-0..0 0.C37-0..0 0.D37-0..0 0.D38-0..0 0.D38-7..0
Motor voltage 3.3 kV
Max. output voltage kV 4 4 4 4 4 4
Type rating kVA 450 540 570 630 720 800
Shaft output 1) hp 500 600 634 700 800 887
kW 373 448 473 522 597 662
Typical motor current 1) A 79 95 100 110 126 140
Power cell current A 100 100 100 140 140 140
Number of cells 9 9 9 9 9 9
Transformer rating kVA 500 600 700 700 800 900
Aluminium transformer available Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 6) Yes 7)
Power losses of drive system
with copper transformer kVA < 16 < 19 < 20 < 22 < 25 < 28
with aluminium transformer
Efficiency Pout/Pin 2) of drive system
kVA < 18 < 22 < 23 < 25 < 29 < 32
3
with copper transformer % 96.5 96.5 96.5 96.5 96.5 96.5
with aluminium transformer % 96 96 96 96 96 96
Auxiliary supply
Single-phase w/o options 3) kVA < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5
Single-phase w/ all options 3) kVA <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3
Three-phase w/o CPT 4) kVA <4 <4 <4 <4 <4 <4
Three-phase w/ CPT and all kVA <7 <7 <7 <7 <7 <7
options 4)
Cooling air requirement m3/s 2.2 2.2 2.2 2.2 2.2 2.2
CFM 4700 4700 4700 4700 4700 4700
Sound pressure level LpA (1 m) dB 75 75 75 75 75 75
Power cabling cross sections
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM
line-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 1 x 120 1 x 120 1 x 120 1 x 120 1 x 120 1 x 120
preliminary (DIN VDE)
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM
motor-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 1 x 120 1 x 120 1 x 120 1 x 120 1 x 120 1 x 120
preliminary (DIN VDE)
PE connection, max. connec- AWG/MCM 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG
tion cross-section at enclosure (NEC, CEC)
with M12 screw 5) preliminary mm2 70 70 70 70 70 70
(DIN VDE)
Degree of protection NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21
Drive dimensions (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Width in 66 66 66 66 66 66
mm 1676 1676 1676 1676 1676 1676
Height in 102 8) 102 8) 102 8) 102 8) 102 8) 102 8)
mm 2590 8) 2590 8) 2590 8) 2590 8) 2590 8) 2590 8)
Depth in 42 42 42 42 42 42
mm 1067 1067 1067 1067 1067 1067
Dimension drawing 9) A A A A A A
Drive weight (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Weight lb 5900 6374 6760 6760 7108 7467
kg 2676 2891 3066 3066 3224 3387

1)
The specifications for the typical motor current and the power data in hp and kW are approximate values only; these have been calculated for operation with
induction motors and for a typical power factor cos and motor efficiency. Both approximate values have to be adapted to the motor that is actually used.
2)
Values at 100 % of rated speed and torque; includes drive and input transformer.
3)
120/240 V AC for NXGII control
- GenIV derives single-phase control power from a built-in CPT as standard
- For GenIV, single-phase control power can be fed directly by the customer as an option (K68)
- CPT is an option in other systems.
4)
Includes cooling blowers/pumps; largest unit shown.
5)
Maximum installable size per phase.
6)
Not available for 50 Hz transformers with primary voltages > 7200 V.
7)
Not available for 50 or 60 Hz transformers with primary voltages > 7200 V.
8)
Total height with redundant blowers: 110 inch (2794 mm).
9)
Please refer to page 5/13 for dimension drawings. The letters A to D refer to the particular drawing.

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Technical data (continued)


ROBICON Perfect Harmony 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202-
air-cooled drive version 0.E41-0..0 0.E41-1..0 0.E41-2..0 0.E41-5..0 0.F41-5..0 0.F41-7..0
Motor voltage 3.3 kV
Max. output voltage kV 4 4 4 4 4 4
Type rating kVA 880 970 1100 1140 1320 1485
Shaft output 1) hp 1000 1100 1250 1300 1500 1690
kW 746 821 933 970 1119 1261
Typical motor current 1) A 154 169 192 200 231 260
Power cell current A 200 200 200 200 260 260
Number of cells 9 9 9 9 9 9
Transformer rating kVA 1000 1100 1250 1500 1500 1750
Aluminium transformer available Yes 6) Yes 6) Yes Yes Yes Yes
Power losses of drive system

3 with copper transformer


with aluminium transformer
kVA
kVA
< 31
< 35
< 34
< 39
< 39
< 44
< 40
< 46
< 46
< 53
< 52
< 59
Efficiency Pout/Pin 2) of drive system
with copper transformer % 96.5 96.5 96.5 96.5 96.5 96.5
with aluminium transformer % 96 96 96 96 96 96
Auxiliary supply
Single-phase w/o options 3) kVA < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5
Single-phase w/ all options 3) kVA <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3
Three-phase w/o CPT 4) kVA <4 <4 <4 <4 <4 <4
Three-phase w/ CPT and all kVA <7 <7 <7 <7 <7 <7
options 4)
Cooling air requirement m3/s 3.3 3.3 3.3 3.3 3.3 3.3
CFM 6900 6900 6900 6900 6900 6900
Sound pressure level LpA (1 m) dB 80 80 80 80 80 80
Power cabling cross sections
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 2 x 300 MCM 2 x 300 MCM 2 x 300 MCM 2 x 300 MCM 2 x 300 MCM 2 x 300 MCM
line-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 2 x 150 2 x 150 2 x 150 2 x 150 2 x 150 2 x 150
preliminary (DIN VDE)
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 1 x 300 MCM 1 x 300 MCM 1 x 300 MCM 1 x 300 MCM 1 x 300 MCM 1 x 300 MCM
motor-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 1 x 150 1 x 150 1 x 150 1 x 150 1 x 150 1 x 150
preliminary (DIN VDE)
PE connection, max. connec- AWG/MCM 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG
tion cross-section at enclosure (NEC, CEC)
with M12 screw 5) preliminary mm2 70 70 70 70 70 70
(DIN VDE)
Degree of protection NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21
Drive dimensions (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Width in 82 82 82 82 82 82
mm 2083 2083 2083 2083 2083 2083
Height in 119.5 119.5 119.5 119.5 119.5 119.5
mm 3035 3035 3035 3035 3035 3035
Depth in 45 45 45 45 45 45
mm 1143 1143 1143 1143 1143 1143
Dimension drawing 7) A A A A A A
Drive weight (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Weight lb 7973 8109 8245 8517 8517 8789
kg 3616 3678 3740 3863 3863 3987

1)
The specifications for the typical motor current and the power data in hp and kW are approximate values only; these have been calculated for operation with
induction motors and for a typical power factor cos and motor efficiency. Both approximate values have to be adapted to the motor that is actually used.
2)
Values at 100 % of rated speed and torque; includes drive and input transformer.
3)
120/240 V AC for NXGII control
- GenIV derives single-phase control power from a built-in CPT as standard
- For GenIV, single-phase control power can be fed directly by the customer as an option (K68)
- CPT is an option in other systems.
4)
Includes cooling blowers/pumps; largest unit shown.
5)
Maximum installable size per phase.
6)
Not available for 50 or 60 Hz transformers with primary voltages > 7200 V.
7)
Please refer to page 5/13 for dimension drawings. The letters A to D refer to the particular drawing.

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ROBICON Perfect Harmony 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202-
air-cooled drive version 0.A32-0..0 0.A33-0..0 0.A34-0..0 0.B34-0..0 0.B34-5..0
Motor voltage 4.0/4.16 kV
Max. output voltage kV 4 4 4 4 4
Type rating kVA 180 270 275 360 410
Shaft output 1) hp 200 300 307 400 450
kW 149 224 229 298 336
Typical motor current 1) A 26 39 40 52 59
Power cell current A 40 40 40 70 70
Number of cells 9 9 9 9 9
Transformer rating kVA 200 300 400 400 450
Aluminium transformer available Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Power losses of drive system
with copper transformer
with aluminium transformer
kVA
kVA
<6
<7
<9
< 11
< 10
< 11
< 13
< 14
< 14
< 16 3
Efficiency Pout/Pin 2) of drive system
with copper transformer % 96.5 96.5 96.5 96.5 96.5
with aluminium transformer % 96 96 96 96 96
Auxiliary supply
Single-phase w/o options 3) kVA < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5
Single-phase w/ all options 3) kVA <3 <3 <3 <3 <3
Three-phase w/o CPT 4) kVA <4 <4 <4 <4 <4
Three-phase w/ CPT and all kVA <7 <7 <7 <7 <7
options 4)
Cooling air requirement m3/s 2.2 2.2 2.2 2.2 2.2
CFM 4700 4700 4700 4700 4700
Sound pressure level LpA (1 m) dB 75 75 75 75 75
Power cabling cross sections
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM
line-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 1 x 120 1 x 120 1 x 120 1 x 120 1 x 120
preliminary (DIN VDE)
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM
motor-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 1 x 120 1 x 120 1 x 120 1 x 120 1 x 120
preliminary (DIN VDE)
PE connection, max. connec- AWG/MCM 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG
tion cross-section at enclosure (NEC, CEC)
with M12 screw 5) preliminary mm2 70 70 70 70 70
(DIN VDE)
Degree of protection NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21
Drive dimensions (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Width in 66 66 66 66 66
mm 1676 1676 1676 1676 1676
Height in 102 6) 102 6) 102 6) 102 6) 102 6)
mm 2590 6) 2590 6) 2590 6) 2590 6) 2590 6)
Depth in 42 42 42 42 42
mm 1067 1067 1067 1067 1067
Dimension drawing 7) A A A A A
Drive weight (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Weight lb 4352 4890 5438 5438 5674
kg 1974 2218 2467 2467 2574

1)
The specifications for the typical motor current and the power data in hp and kW are approximate values only; these have been calculated for operation with
induction motors and for a typical power factor cos and motor efficiency. Both approximate values have to be adapted to the motor that is actually used.
2)
Values at 100 % of rated speed and torque; includes drive and input transformer.
3)
120/240 V AC for NXGII control
- GenIV derives single-phase control power from a built-in CPT as standard
- For GenIV, single-phase control power can be fed directly by the customer as an option (K68)
- CPT is an option in other systems.
4)
Includes cooling blowers/pumps; largest unit shown.
5)
Maximum installable size per phase.
6)
Total height with redundant blowers: 110 inch (2794 mm).
7)
Please refer to page 5/13 for dimension drawings. The letters A to D refer to the particular drawing.

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Technical data (continued)


ROBICON Perfect Harmony 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202-
air-cooled drive version 0.B35-0..0 0.B36-0..0 0.C36-0..0 0.C37-0..0 0.C38-0..0
Motor voltage 4.0/4.16 kV
Max. output voltage kV 4 4 4 4 4
Type rating kVA 450 480 540 630 690
Shaft output 1) hp 500 538 600 700 768
kW 373 401 448 522 573
Typical motor current 1) A 65 70 78 91 100
Power cell current A 70 70 100 100 100
Number of cells 9 9 9 9 9
Transformer rating kVA 500 600 600 700 800
Aluminium transformer available Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 6)
Power losses of drive system

3
with copper transformer kVA < 16 < 17 < 19 < 22 < 24
with aluminium transformer kVA < 18 < 19 < 22 < 25 < 28
Efficiency Pout/Pin 2) of drive system
with copper transformer % 96.5 96.5 96.5 96.5 96.5
with aluminium transformer % 96 96 96 96 96
Auxiliary supply
Single-phase w/o options 3) kVA < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5
Single-phase w/ all options 3) kVA <3 <3 <3 <3 <3
Three-phase w/o CPT 4) kVA <4 <4 <4 <4 <4
Three-phase w/ CPT and all kVA <7 <7 <7 <7 <7
options 4)
Cooling air requirement m3/s 2.2 2.2 2.2 2.2 2.2
CFM 4700 4700 4700 4700 4700
Sound pressure level LpA (1 m) dB 75 75 75 75 75
Power cabling cross sections
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM
line-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 1 x 120 1 x 120 1 x 120 1 x 120 1 x 120
preliminary (DIN VDE)
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM
motor-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 1 x 120 1 x 120 1 x 120 1 x 120 1 x 120
preliminary (DIN VDE)
PE connection, max. connec- AWG/MCM 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG
tion cross-section at enclosure (NEC, CEC)
with M12 screw 5) preliminary mm2 70 70 70 70 70
(DIN VDE)
Degree of protection NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21
Drive dimensions (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Width in 66 66 66 66 66
mm 1676 1676 1676 1676 1676
Height in 102 7) 102 7) 102 7) 102 7) 102 7)
mm 2590 7) 2590 7) 2590 7) 2590 7) 2590 7)
Depth in 42 42 42 42 42
mm 1067 1067 1067 1067 1067
Dimension drawing 8) A A A A A
Drive weight (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Weight lb 5900 6374 6374 6760 7108
kg 2676 2891 2891 3066 3224

1)
The specifications for the typical motor current and the power data in hp and kW are approximate values only; these have been calculated for operation with
induction motors and for a typical power factor cos and motor efficiency. Both approximate values have to be adapted to the motor that is actually used.
2)
Values at 100 % of rated speed and torque; includes drive and input transformer.
3)
120/240 V AC for NXGII control
- GenIV derives single-phase control power from a built-in CPT as standard
- For GenIV, single-phase control power can be fed directly by the customer as an option (K68)
- CPT is an option in other systems.
4)
Includes cooling blowers/pumps; largest unit shown.
5)
Maximum installable size per phase.
6)
Not available for 50 Hz transformers with primary voltages > 7200 V.
7)
Total height with redundant blowers: 110 inch (2794 mm).
8)
Please refer to page 5/13 for dimension drawings. The letters A to D refer to the particular drawing.

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Technical data (continued)


ROBICON Perfect Harmony 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202-
air-cooled drive version 0.D38-0..0 0.D38-7..0 0.D41-0..0 0.D41-1..0 0.E41-2..0
Motor voltage 4.0/4.16 kV
Max. output voltage kV 4 4 4 4 4
Type rating kVA 720 810 900 965 1100
Shaft output 1) hp 800 900 1000 1075 1250
kW 597 671 746 802 933
Typical motor current 1) A 104 117 130 140 159
Power cell current A 140 140 140 140 200
Number of cells 9 9 9 9 9
Transformer rating kVA 800 900 1000 1100 1250
Aluminium transformer available Yes 6) Yes 7) Yes 7) Yes 7) Yes
Power losses of drive system
with copper transformer kVA < 25 < 28 < 32 < 34 < 39
with aluminium transformer
Efficiency Pout/Pin 2) of drive system
kVA < 29 < 32 < 36 < 39 < 44
3
with copper transformer % 96.5 96.5 96.5 96.5 96.5
with aluminium transformer % 96 96 96 96 96
Auxiliary supply
Single-phase w/o options 3) kVA < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5
Single-phase w/ all options 3) kVA <3 <3 <3 <3 <3
Three-phase w/o CPT 4) kVA <4 <4 <4 <4 <4
Three-phase w/ CPT and all kVA <7 <7 <7 <7 <7
options 4)
Cooling air requirement m3/s 2.2 2.2 2.2 2.2 3.3
CFM 4700 4700 4700 4700 6900
Sound pressure level LpA (1 m) dB 75 75 75 75 80
Power cabling cross sections
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM 2 x 300 MCM
line-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 1 x 120 1 x 120 1 x 120 1 x 120 2 x 150
preliminary (DIN VDE)
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 250 MCM 1 x 300 MCM
motor-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 1 x 120 1 x 120 1 x 120 1 x 120 1 x 150
preliminary (DIN VDE)
PE connection, max. connec- AWG/MCM 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG
tion cross-section at enclosure (NEC, CEC)
with M12 screw 5) preliminary mm2 70 70 70 70 70
(DIN VDE)
Degree of protection NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21
Drive dimensions (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Width in 66 66 66 66 82
mm 1676 1676 1676 1676 2083
Height in 102 8) 102 8) 102 8) 102 8) 119.5
mm 2590 8) 2590 8) 2590 8) 2590 8) 3035
Depth in 42 42 42 42 45
mm 1067 1067 1067 1067 1143
Dimension drawing 9) A A A A A
Drive weight (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Weight lb 7108 7467 7739 7973 8245
kg 3224 3387 3510 3616 3740

1)
The specifications for the typical motor current and the power data in hp and kW are approximate values only; these have been calculated for operation with
induction motors and for a typical power factor cos and motor efficiency. Both approximate values have to be adapted to the motor that is actually used.
2)
Values at 100 % of rated speed and torque; includes drive and input transformer.
3)
120/240 V AC for NXGII control
- GenIV derives single-phase control power from a built-in CPT as standard
- For GenIV, single-phase control power can be fed directly by the customer as an option (K68)
- CPT is an option in other systems.
4)
Includes cooling blowers/pumps; largest unit shown.
5)
Maximum installable size per phase.
6)
Not available for 50 Hz transformers with primary voltages > 7200 V.
7)
Not available for 50 or 60 Hz transformers with primary voltages > 7200 V.
8)
Total height with redundant blowers: 110 inch (2794 mm).
9)
Please refer to page 5/13 for dimension drawings. The letters A to D refer to the particular drawing.

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Technical data (continued)


ROBICON Perfect Harmony 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202-
air-cooled drive version 0.E41-5..0 0.E41-7..0 0.F41-7..0 0.F42-0..0 0.F42-2..0
Motor voltage 4.0/4.16 kV
Max. output voltage kV 4 4 4 4 4
Type rating kVA 1320 1385 1540 1760 1800
Shaft output 1) hp 1500 1576 1750 2000 2048
kW 1119 1175 1306 1492 1528
Typical motor current 1) A 190 200 222 254 260
Power cell current A 200 200 260 260 260
Number of cells 9 9 9 9 9
Transformer rating kVA 1500 1750 1750 2000 2250
Aluminium transformer available Yes Yes Yes Yes 6) Yes 7)
Power losses of drive system

3
with copper transformer kVA < 46 < 48 < 54 < 62 < 63
with aluminium transformer kVA < 53 < 55 < 62 < 70 < 72
Efficiency Pout/Pin 2) of drive system
with copper transformer % 96.5 96.5 96.5 96.5 96.5
with aluminium transformer % 96 96 96 96 96
Auxiliary supply
Single-phase w/o options 3) kVA < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5
Single-phase w/ all options 3) kVA <3 <3 <3 <3 <3
Three-phase w/o CPT 4) kVA <4 <4 <4 <4 <4
Three-phase w/ CPT and all kVA <7 <7 <7 <7 <7
options 4)
Cooling air requirement m3/s 3.3 3.3 3.3 3.3 3.3
CFM 6900 6900 6900 6900 6900
Sound pressure level LpA (1 m) dB 80 80 80 80 80
Power cabling cross sections
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 2 x 300 MCM 2 x 300 MCM 2 x 300 MCM 2 x 300 MCM 2 x 300 MCM
line-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 2 x 150 2 x 150 2 x 150 2 x 150 2 x 150
preliminary (DIN VDE)
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 1 x 300 MCM 1 x 300 MCM 1 x 300 MCM 1 x 300 MCM 1 x 300 MCM
motor-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 1 x 150 1 x 150 1 x 150 1 x 150 1 x 150
preliminary (DIN VDE)
PE connection, max. connec- AWG/MCM 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG
tion cross-section at enclosure (NEC, CEC)
with M12 screw 5) preliminary mm2 70 70 70 70 70
(DIN VDE)
Degree of protection NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21
Drive dimensions (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Width in 82 82 82 82 82
mm 2083 2083 2083 2083 2083
Height in 119.5 119.5 119.5 119.5 119.5
mm 3035 3035 3035 3035 3035
Depth in 45 45 45 45 45
mm 1143 1143 1143 1143 1143
Dimension drawing 8) A A A A A
Drive weight (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Weight lb 8517 8789 8789 9061 9333
kg 3863 3987 3987 4110 4233

1)
The specifications for the typical motor current and the power data in hp and kW are approximate values only; these have been calculated for operation with
induction motors and for a typical power factor cos and motor efficiency. Both approximate values have to be adapted to the motor that is actually used.
2)
Values at 100 % of rated speed and torque; includes drive and input transformer.
3)
120/240 V AC for NXGII control
- GenIV derives single-phase control power from a built-in CPT as standard
- For GenIV, single-phase control power can be fed directly by the customer as an option (K68)
- CPT is an option in other systems.
4)
Includes cooling blowers/pumps; largest unit shown.
5)
Maximum installable size per phase.
6)
Not available for 50 Hz transformers with primary voltages > 6900 V.
7)
Not available for 60 Hz transformers with primary voltages > 6900 V. Not available for 50 Hz transformers.
8)
Please refer to page 5/13 for dimension drawings. The letters A to D refer to the particular drawing.

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ROBICON Perfect Harmony 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202-
air-cooled drive version 1.A33-0..0 6) 1.A34-0..0 6) 1.B34-0..0 6) 1.B35-0..0 6) 1.B36-0..0 6)
Motor voltage 4.6/4.8 kV
Max. output voltage kV 5.3 5.3 5.3 5.3 5.3
Type rating kVA 270 330 360 450 540
Shaft output 1) hp 300 369 400 500 600
kW 224 275 298 373 448
Typical motor current 1) A 33 40 43 54 65
Power cell current A 40 40 70 70 70
Number of cells 12 12 12 12 12
Transformer rating kVA 300 400 400 500 600
Aluminium transformer available Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Power losses of drive system
with copper transformer
with aluminium transformer
kVA
kVA
<9
< 11
< 12
< 13
< 13
< 14
< 16
< 18
< 19
< 22 3
Efficiency Pout/Pin 2) of drive system
with copper transformer % 96.5 96.5 96.5 96.5 96.5
with aluminium transformer % 96 96 96 96 96
Auxiliary supply
Single-phase w/o options 3) kVA < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5
Single-phase w/ all options 3) kVA <3 <3 <3 <3 <3
Three-phase w/o CPT 4) kVA <8 <8 <8 <8 <8
Three-phase w/ CPT and all kVA < 11 < 11 < 11 < 11 < 11
options 4)
Cooling air requirement m3/s 4.8 4.8 4.8 4.8 4.8
CFM 10250 10250 10250 10250 10250
Sound pressure level LpA (1 m) dB 80 80 80 80 80
Power cabling cross sections
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 2 x 300 MCM 2 x 300 MCM 2 x 300 MCM 2 x 300 MCM 2 x 300 MCM
line-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 2 x 150 2 x 150 2 x 150 2 x 150 2 x 150
preliminary (DIN VDE)
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 1 x 300 MCM 1 x 300 MCM 1 x 300 MCM 1 x 300 MCM 1 x 300 MCM
motor-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 1 x 150 1 x 150 1 x 150 1 x 150 1 x 150
preliminary (DIN VDE)
PE connection, max. connec- AWG/MCM 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG
tion cross-section at enclosure (NEC, CEC)
with M12 screw 5) preliminary mm2 70 70 70 70 70
(DIN VDE)
Degree of protection NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21
Drive dimensions (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Width in 114 114 114 114 114
mm 2896 2896 2896 2896 2896
Height in 118 118 118 118 118
mm 2997 2997 2997 2997 2997
Depth in 45 45 45 45 45
mm 1143 1143 1143 1143 1143
Dimension drawing 7) B B B B B
Drive weight (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Weight lb 7926 8292 8292 8692 9158
kg 3595 3762 3762 3943 4154

1)
The specifications for the typical motor current and the power data in hp and kW are approximate values only; these have been calculated for operation with
induction motors and for a typical power factor cos and motor efficiency. Both approximate values have to be adapted to the motor that is actually used.
2)
Values at 100 % of rated speed and torque; includes drive and input transformer.
3)
120/240 V AC for NXGII control
- GenIV derives single-phase control power from a built-in CPT as standard
- For GenIV, single-phase control power can be fed directly by the customer as an option (K68)
- CPT is an option in other systems.
4)
Includes cooling blowers/pumps; largest unit shown.
5)
Maximum installable size per phase.
6)
Available soon.
7)
Please refer to page 5/13 for dimension drawings. The letters A to D refer to the particular drawing.

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Technical data (continued)


ROBICON Perfect Harmony 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202-
air-cooled drive version 1.B37-0..0 6) 1.C37-0..0 6) 1.C38-0..0 6) 1.C38-7..0 6) 1.C41-0..0 6)
Motor voltage 4.6/4.8 kV
Max. output voltage kV 5.3 5.3 5.3 5.3 5.3
Type rating kVA 580 630 720 810 830
Shaft output 1) hp 645 700 800 900 922
kW 481 522 597 671 688
Typical motor current 1) A 70 76 87 98 100
Power cell current A 70 100 100 100 100
Number of cells 12 12 12 12 12
Transformer rating kVA 700 700 800 900 1000
Aluminium transformer available Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Power losses of drive system

3 with copper transformer


with aluminium transformer
kVA
kVA
< 20
< 23
< 22
< 25
< 25
< 29
< 28
< 32
< 29
< 33
Efficiency Pout/Pin 2) of drive system
with copper transformer % 96.5 96.5 96.5 96.5 96.5
with aluminium transformer % 96 96 96 96 96
Auxiliary supply
Single-phase w/o options 3) kVA < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5
Single-phase w/ all options 3) kVA <3 <3 <3 <3 <3
Three-phase w/o CPT 4) kVA <8 <8 <8 <8 <8
Three-phase w/ CPT and all kVA < 11 < 11 < 11 < 11 < 11
options 4)
Cooling air requirement m3/s 4.8 4.8 4.8 4.8 4.8
CFM 10250 10250 10250 10250 10250
Sound pressure level LpA (1 m) dB 80 80 80 80 80
Power cabling cross sections
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 2 x 300 MCM 2 x 300 MCM 2 x 300 MCM 2 x 300 MCM 2 x 300 MCM
line-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 2 x 150 2 x 150 2 x 150 2 x 150 2 x 150
preliminary (DIN VDE)
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 1 x 300 MCM 1 x 300 MCM 1 x 300 MCM 1 x 300 MCM 1 x 300 MCM
motor-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 1 x 150 1 x 150 1 x 150 1 x 150 1 x 150
preliminary (DIN VDE)
PE connection, max. connec- AWG/MCM 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG
tion cross-section at enclosure (NEC, CEC)
with M12 screw 5) preliminary mm2 70 70 70 70 70
(DIN VDE)
Degree of protection NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21
Drive dimensions (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Width in 114 114 114 114 114
mm 2896 2896 2896 2896 2896
Height in 118 118 118 118 118
mm 2997 2997 2997 2997 2997
Depth in 45 45 45 45 45
mm 1143 1143 1143 1143 1143
Dimension drawing 7) B B B B B
Drive weight (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Weight lb 9458 9458 9858 10324 10824
kg 4290 4290 4472 4683 4910

1)
The specifications for the typical motor current and the power data in hp and kW are approximate values only; these have been calculated for operation with
induction motors and for a typical power factor cos and motor efficiency. Both approximate values have to be adapted to the motor that is actually used.
2)
Values at 100 % of rated speed and torque; includes drive and input transformer.
3)
120/240 V AC for NXGII control
- GenIV derives single-phase control power from a built-in CPT as standard
- For GenIV, single-phase control power can be fed directly by the customer as an option (K68)
- CPT is an option in other systems.
4)
Includes cooling blowers/pumps; largest unit shown.
5)
Maximum installable size per phase.
6)
Available soon.
7)
Please refer to page 5/13 for dimension drawings. The letters A to D refer to the particular drawing.

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Technical data (continued)


ROBICON Perfect Harmony 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202-
air-cooled drive version 1.D41-0..0 6) 1.D41-2..0 6) 1.D41-5..0 6) 1.E41-5..0 6) 1.E41-7..0 6)
Motor voltage 4.6/4.8 kV
Max. output voltage kV 5.3 5.3 5.3 5.3 5.3
Type rating kVA 900 1130 1160 1320 1540
Shaft output 1) hp 1000 1250 1291 1500 1750
kW 746 933 963 1119 1306
Typical motor current 1) A 108 136 140 159 185
Power cell current A 140 140 140 200 200
Number of cells 12 12 12 12 12
Transformer rating kVA 1000 1250 1500 1500 1750
Aluminium transformer available Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Power losses of drive system
with copper transformer
with aluminium transformer
kVA
kVA
< 32
< 36
< 40
< 45
< 41
< 46
< 46
< 53
< 54
< 62 3
Efficiency Pout/Pin 2) of drive system
with copper transformer % 96.5 96.5 96.5 96.5 96.5
with aluminium transformer % 96 96 96 96 96
Auxiliary supply
Single-phase w/o options 3) kVA < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5
Single-phase w/ all options 3) kVA <3 <3 <3 <3 <3
Three-phase w/o CPT 4) kVA <8 <8 <8 <8 <8
Three-phase w/ CPT and all kVA < 11 < 11 < 11 < 11 < 11
options 4)
Cooling air requirement m3/s 4.8 4.8 4.8 4.8 4.8
CFM 10250 10250 10250 10250 10250
Sound pressure level LpA (1 m) dB 80 80 80 80 80
Power cabling cross sections
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 2 x 300 MCM 2 x 300 MCM 2 x 300 MCM 2 x 300 MCM 2 x 300 MCM
line-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 2 x 150 2 x 150 2 x 150 2 x 150 2 x 150
preliminary (DIN VDE)
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 1 x 300 MCM 1 x 300 MCM 1 x 300 MCM 1 x 300 MCM 1 x 300 MCM
motor-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 1 x 150 1 x 150 1 x 150 1 x 150 1 x 150
preliminary (DIN VDE)
PE connection, max. connec- AWG/MCM 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG
tion cross-section at enclosure (NEC, CEC)
with M12 screw 5) preliminary mm2 70 70 70 70 70
(DIN VDE)
Degree of protection NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21
Drive dimensions (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Width in 114 114 114 114 114
mm 2896 2896 2896 2896 2896
Height in 118 118 118 118 118
mm 2997 2997 2997 2997 2997
Depth in 45 45 45 45 45
mm 1143 1143 1143 1143 1143
Dimension drawing 7) B B B B B
Drive weight (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Weight lb 10824 11736 12436 12436 13036
kg 4910 5324 5641 5641 5913

1)
The specifications for the typical motor current and the power data in hp and kW are approximate values only; these have been calculated for operation with
induction motors and for a typical power factor cos and motor efficiency. Both approximate values have to be adapted to the motor that is actually used.
2)
Values at 100 % of rated speed and torque; includes drive and input transformer.
3)
120/240 V AC for NXGII control
- GenIV derives single-phase control power from a built-in CPT as standard
- For GenIV, single-phase control power can be fed directly by the customer as an option (K68)
- CPT is an option in other systems.
4)
Includes cooling blowers/pumps; largest unit shown.
5)
Maximum installable size per phase.
6)
Available soon.
7)
Please refer to page 5/13 for dimension drawings. The letters A to D refer to the particular drawing.

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Technical data (continued)


ROBICON Perfect Harmony 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202-
air-cooled drive version 1.E42-0..0 6) 1.F42-0..0 6) 1.F42-2..0 6) 1.F42-5..0 6)
Motor voltage 4.6/4.8 kV
Max. output voltage kV 5.3 5.3 5.3 5.3
Type rating kVA 1660 1760 1980 2160
Shaft output 1) hp 1891 2000 2250 2458
kW 1411 1492 1679 1834
Typical motor current 1) A 200 212 238 260
Power cell current A 200 260 260 260
Number of cells 12 12 12 12
Transformer rating kVA 2000 2000 2250 2500
Aluminium transformer available Yes Yes Yes Yes
Power losses of drive system

3 with copper transformer


with aluminium transformer
kVA
kVA
< 58
< 66
< 62
< 70
< 69
< 79
< 76
< 86
Efficiency Pout/Pin 2) of drive system
with copper transformer % 96.5 96.5 96.5 96.5
with aluminium transformer % 96 96 96 96
Auxiliary supply
Single-phase w/o options 3) kVA < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5
Single-phase w/ all options 3) kVA <3 <3 <3 <3
Three-phase w/o CPT 4) kVA <8 <8 <8 <8
Three-phase w/ CPT and all kVA < 11 < 11 < 11 < 11
options 4)
Cooling air requirement m3/s 4.8 4.8 4.8 4.8
CFM 10250 10250 10250 10250
Sound pressure level LpA (1 m) dB 80 80 80 80
Power cabling cross sections
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 2 x 300 MCM 2 x 300 MCM 2 x 300 MCM 2 x 300 MCM
line-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 2 x 150 2 x 150 2 x 150 2 x 150
preliminary (DIN VDE)
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 1 x 300 MCM 1 x 300 MCM 1 x 300 MCM 1 x 300 MCM
motor-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 1 x 150 1 x 150 1 x 150 1 x 150
preliminary (DIN VDE)
PE connection, max. connec- AWG/MCM 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG
tion cross-section at enclosure (NEC, CEC)
with M12 screw 5) preliminary mm2 70 70 70 70
(DIN VDE)
Degree of protection NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21
Drive dimensions (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Width in 114 114 114 114
mm 2896 2896 2896 2896
Height in 118 118 118 118
mm 2997 2997 2997 2997
Depth in 45 45 45 45
mm 1143 1143 1143 1143
Dimension drawing 7) B B B B
Drive weight (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Weight lb 13436 13436 14453 14853
kg 6095 6095 6556 6738

1)
The specifications for the typical motor current and the power data in hp and kW are approximate values only; these have been calculated for operation with
induction motors and for a typical power factor cos and motor efficiency. Both approximate values have to be adapted to the motor that is actually used.
2)
Values at 100 % of rated speed and torque; includes drive and input transformer.
3)
120/240 V AC for NXGII control
- GenIV derives single-phase control power from a built-in CPT as standard
- For GenIV, single-phase control power can be fed directly by the customer as an option (K68)
- CPT is an option in other systems.
4)
Includes cooling blowers/pumps; largest unit shown.
5)
Maximum installable size per phase.
6)
Available soon.
7)
Please refer to page 5/13 for dimension drawings. The letters A to D refer to the particular drawing.

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Technical data
ROBICON Perfect Harmony 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202-
air-cooled drive version 2.A33-0..0 2.A34-0..0 2.A35-0..0 2.B35-0..0 2.B36-0..0 2.B37-0..0
Motor voltage 6.0 kV
Max. output voltage kV 6.6 6.6 6.6 6.6 6.6 6.6
Type rating kVA 270 360 415 450 540 630
Shaft output 1) hp 300 400 461 500 600 700
kW 224 298 344 373 448 522
Typical motor current 1) A 26 35 40 43 52 61
Power cell current A 40 40 40 70 70 70
Number of cells 15 15 15 15 15 15
Transformer rating kVA 300 400 500 500 600 700
Aluminium transformer available Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Power losses of drive system
with copper transformer
with aluminium transformer
kVA
kVA
<9
< 11
< 13
< 14
< 15
< 17
< 16
< 18
< 19
< 22
< 22
< 25 3
Efficiency Pout/Pin 2) of drive system
with copper transformer % 96.5 96.5 96.5 96.5 96.5 96.5
with aluminium transformer % 96 96 96 96 96 96
Auxiliary supply
Single-phase w/o options 3) kVA < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5
Single-phase w/ all options 3) kVA <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3
Three-phase w/o CPT 4) kVA <8 <8 <8 <8 <8 <8
Three-phase w/ CPT and all kVA < 11 < 11 < 11 < 11 < 11 < 11
options 4)
Cooling air requirement m3/s 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.5
CFM 9500 9500 9500 9500 9500 9500
Sound pressure level LpA (1 m) dB 82 82 82 82 82 82
Power cabling cross sections
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM
line-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240
preliminary (DIN VDE)
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM
motor-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240
preliminary (DIN VDE)
PE connection, max. connec- AWG/MCM 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG
tion cross-section at enclosure (NEC, CEC)
with M12 screw 5) preliminary mm2 70 70 70 70 70 70
(DIN VDE)
Degree of protection NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21
Drive dimensions (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Width in 164 164 164 164 164 164
mm 4166 4166 4166 4166 4166 4166
Height in 115.2 115.2 115.2 115.2 115.2 115.2
mm 2926 2926 2926 2926 2926 2926
Depth in 45 45 45 45 45 45
mm 1143 1143 1143 1143 1143 1143
Dimension drawing 6) C C C C C C
Drive weight (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Weight lb 6980 7330 7580 7580 7790 8320
kg 3166 3325 3438 3438 3533 3774

1) The specifications for the typical motor current and the power data in hp and kW are approximate values only; these have been calculated for operation with
induction motors and for a typical power factor cos and motor efficiency. Both approximate values have to be adapted to the motor that is actually used.
2) Values at 100 % of rated speed and torque; includes drive and input transformer.
3) 120/240 V AC for NXGII control
- GenIV derives single-phase control power from a built-in CPT as standard
- For GenIV, single-phase control power can be fed directly by the customer as an option (K68)
- CPT is an option in other systems.
4) Includes cooling blowers/pumps; largest unit shown.
5) Maximum installable size per phase.
6) Please refer to page 5/13 for dimension drawings. The letters A to D refer to the particular drawing.

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Technical data (continued)


ROBICON Perfect Harmony 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202-
air-cooled drive version 2.B38-0..0 2.B38-7..0 2.C38-7..0 2.C41-0..0 2.C41-2..0
Motor voltage 6.0 kV
Max. output voltage kV 6.6 6.6 6.6 6.6 6.6
Type rating kVA 720 725 810 900 1035
Shaft output 1) hp 800 807 900 1000 1152
kW 597 602 671 746 860
Typical motor current 1) A 69 70 78 87 100
Power cell current A 70 70 100 100 100
Number of cells 15 15 15 15 15
Transformer rating kVA 800 900 900 1000 1250
Aluminium transformer available Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Power losses of drive system

3 with copper transformer


with aluminium transformer
kVA
kVA
< 25
< 29
< 25
< 29
< 28
< 32
< 32
< 36
< 36
< 41
Efficiency Pout/Pin 2) of drive system
with copper transformer % 96.5 96.5 96.5 96.5 96.5
with aluminium transformer % 96 96 96 96 96
Auxiliary supply
Single-phase w/o options 3) kVA < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5
Single-phase w/ all options 3) kVA <3 <3 <3 <3 <3
Three-phase w/o CPT 4) kVA <8 <8 <8 <8 <8
Three-phase w/ CPT and all kVA < 11 < 11 < 11 < 11 < 11
options 4)
Cooling air requirement m3/s 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.5 5
CFM 9500 9500 9500 9500 10600
Sound pressure level LpA (1 m) dB 82 82 82 82 82
Power cabling cross sections
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM
line-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240
preliminary (DIN VDE)
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM
motor-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240
preliminary (DIN VDE)
PE connection, max. connec- AWG/MCM 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG
tion cross-section at enclosure (NEC, CEC)
with M12 screw 5) preliminary mm2 70 70 70 70 70
(DIN VDE)
Degree of protection NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21
Drive dimensions (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Width in 164 164 164 164 164
mm 4166 4166 4166 4166 4166
Height in 115.2 115.2 115.2 115.2 115.2
mm 2926 2926 2926 2926 2926
Depth in 45 45 45 45 45
mm 1143 1143 1143 1143 1143
Dimension drawing 6) C C C C C
Drive weight (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Weight lb 8530 9080 9080 9530 11225
kg 3869 4119 4119 4323 5092

1) The specifications for the typical motor current and the power data in hp and kW are approximate values only; these have been calculated for operation with
induction motors and for a typical power factor cos and motor efficiency. Both approximate values have to be adapted to the motor that is actually used.
2) Values at 100 % of rated speed and torque; includes drive and input transformer.
3) 120/240 V AC for NXGII control
- GenIV derives single-phase control power from a built-in CPT as standard
- For GenIV, single-phase control power can be fed directly by the customer as an option (K68)
- CPT is an option in other systems.
4) Includes cooling blowers/pumps; largest unit shown.
5) Maximum installable size per phase.
6) Please refer to page 5/13 for dimension drawings. The letters A to D refer to the particular drawing.

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Technical data (continued)


ROBICON Perfect Harmony 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202-
air-cooled drive version 2.D41-2..0 2.D41-5..0 2.D41-7..0 2.E41-7..0 2.E42-0..0
Motor voltage 6.0 kV
Max. output voltage kV 6.6 6.6 6.6 6.6 6.6
Type rating kVA 1130 1350 1450 1540 1760
Shaft output 1) hp 1250 1500 1613 1750 2000
kW 933 1119 1203 1306 1492
Typical motor current 1) A 108 130 140 148 169
Power cell current A 140 140 140 200 200
Number of cells 15 15 15 15 15
Transformer rating kVA 1250 1500 1750 1750 2000
Aluminium transformer available Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Power losses of drive system
with copper transformer
with aluminium transformer
kVA
kVA
< 40
< 45
< 47
< 54
< 51
< 58
< 54
< 62
< 62
< 70 3
Efficiency Pout/Pin 2) of drive system
with copper transformer % 96.5 96.5 96.5 96.5 96.5
with aluminium transformer % 96 96 96 96 96
Auxiliary supply
Single-phase w/o options 3) kVA < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5
Single-phase w/ all options 3) kVA <3 <3 <3 <3 <3
Three-phase w/o CPT 4) kVA <8 <8 <8 <8 <8
Three-phase w/ CPT and all kVA < 11 < 11 < 11 < 11 < 11
options 4)
Cooling air requirement m3/s 5 5 5 5.6 5.6
CFM 10600 10600 10600 11900 11900
Sound pressure level LpA (1 m) dB 80 80 80 78 78
Power cabling cross sections
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM
line-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240
preliminary (DIN VDE)
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM
motor-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240
preliminary (DIN VDE)
PE connection, max. connec- AWG/MCM 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG
tion cross-section at enclosure (NEC, CEC)
with M12 screw 5) preliminary mm2 70 70 70 70 70
(DIN VDE)
Degree of protection NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21
Drive dimensions (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Width in 164 164 164 164 164
mm 4166 4166 4166 4166 4166
Height in 115.2 115.2 115.2 115.2 115.2
mm 2926 2926 2926 2926 2926
Depth in 45 45 45 45 45
mm 1143 1143 1143 1143 1143
Dimension drawing 6) C C C C C
Drive weight (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Weight lb 11225 11575 13275 13275 13905
kg 5092 5250 6021 6021 6307

1) The specifications for the typical motor current and the power data in hp and kW are approximate values only; these have been calculated for operation with
induction motors and for a typical power factor cos and motor efficiency. Both approximate values have to be adapted to the motor that is actually used.
2) Values at 100 % of rated speed and torque; includes drive and input transformer.
3) 120/240 V AC for NXGII control
- GenIV derives single-phase control power from a built-in CPT as standard
- For GenIV, single-phase control power can be fed directly by the customer as an option (K68)
- CPT is an option in other systems.
4) Includes cooling blowers/pumps; largest unit shown.
5) Maximum installable size per phase.
6) Please refer to page 5/13 for dimension drawings. The letters A to D refer to the particular drawing.

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Technical data (continued)


ROBICON Perfect Harmony 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202-
air-cooled drive version 2.E42-2..0 2.E42-5..0 2.F42-5..0 2.F43-0..0 2.F43-5..0
Motor voltage 6.0 kV
Max. output voltage kV 6.6 6.6 6.6 6.6 6.6
Type rating kVA 1980 2075 2200 2640 2700
Shaft output 1) hp 2250 2363 2500 3000 3073
kW 1679 1763 1865 2238 2292
Typical motor current 1) A 190 200 212 254 260
Power cell current A 200 200 260 260 260
Number of cells 15 15 15 15 15
Transformer rating kVA 2250 2500 2500 3000 3500
Aluminium transformer available Yes Yes Yes Yes No
Power losses of drive system

3 with copper transformer


with aluminium transformer
kVA
kVA
< 69
< 79
< 73
< 83
< 77
< 88
< 92
< 106
< 95

Efficiency Pout/Pin 2) of drive system
with copper transformer % 96.5 96.5 96.5 96.5 96.5
with aluminium transformer % 96 96 96 96
Auxiliary supply
Single-phase w/o options 3) kVA < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5
Single-phase w/ all options 3) kVA <3 <3 <3 <3 <3
Three-phase w/o CPT 4) kVA <8 <8 <8 <8 <8
Three-phase w/ CPT and all kVA < 11 < 11 < 11 < 11 < 11
options 4)
Cooling air requirement m3/s 6.4 6.4 6.4 6.4 6.4
CFM 13600 13600 13600 13600 13600
Sound pressure level LpA (1 m) dB 80 80 80 80 80
Power cabling cross sections
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM
line-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240
preliminary (DIN VDE)
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM
motor-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240
preliminary (DIN VDE)
PE connection, max. connec- AWG/MCM 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG
tion cross-section at enclosure (NEC, CEC)
with M12 screw 5) preliminary mm2 70 70 70 70 70
(DIN VDE)
Degree of protection NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21
Drive dimensions (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Width in 164 164 164 164 164
mm 4166 4166 4166 4166 4166
Height in 115.2 115.2 115.2 115.2 115.2
mm 2926 2926 2926 2926 2926
Depth in 45 45 45 45 45
mm 1143 1143 1143 1143 1143
Dimension drawing 6) C C C C C
Drive weight (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Weight lb 14925 15565 15565 16685 18250
kg 6770 7060 7060 7568 8278

1) The specifications for the typical motor current and the power data in hp and kW are approximate values only; these have been calculated for operation with
induction motors and for a typical power factor cos and motor efficiency. Both approximate values have to be adapted to the motor that is actually used.
2) Values at 100 % of rated speed and torque; includes drive and input transformer.
3) 120/240 V AC for NXGII control
- GenIV derives single-phase control power from a built-in CPT as standard
- For GenIV, single-phase control power can be fed directly by the customer as an option (K68)
- CPT is an option in other systems.
4) Includes cooling blowers/pumps; largest unit shown.
5) Maximum installable size per phase.
6) Please refer to page 5/13 for dimension drawings. The letters A to D refer to the particular drawing.

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Technical data
ROBICON Perfect Harmony 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202-
air-cooled drive version 2.A33-0..0 2.A34-0..0 2.A35-0..0 2.A36-0..0 2.B36-0..0 2.B37-0..0
Motor voltage 6.6 kV
Max. output voltage kV 6.6 6.6 6.6 6.6 6.6 6.6
Type rating kVA 270 360 450 455 540 630
Shaft output 1) hp 300 400 500 507 600 700
kW 224 298 373 378 448 522
Typical motor current 1) A 24 32 39 40 47 55
Power cell current A 40 40 40 40 70 70
Number of cells 15 15 15 15 15 15
Transformer rating kVA 300 400 500 600 600 700
Aluminium transformer available Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Power losses of drive system
with copper transformer
with aluminium transformer
kVA
kVA
<9
< 11
< 13
< 14
< 16
< 18
< 16
< 18
< 19
< 22
< 22
< 25 3
Efficiency Pout/Pin 2) of drive system
with copper transformer % 96.5 96.5 96.5 96.5 96.5 96.5
with aluminium transformer % 96 96 96 96 96 96
Auxiliary supply
Single-phase w/o options 3) kVA < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5
Single-phase w/ all options 3) kVA <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3
Three-phase w/o CPT 4) kVA <8 <8 <8 <8 <8 <8
Three-phase w/ CPT and all kVA < 11 < 11 < 11 < 11 < 11 < 11
options 4)
Cooling air requirement m3/s 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.5
CFM 9500 9500 9500 9500 9500 9500
Sound pressure level LpA (1 m) dB 82 82 82 82 82 82
Power cabling cross sections
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM
line-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240
preliminary (DIN VDE)
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM
motor-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240
preliminary (DIN VDE)
PE connection, max. connec- AWG/MCM 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG
tion cross-section at enclosure (NEC, CEC)
with M12 screw 5) preliminary mm2 70 70 70 70 70 70
(DIN VDE)
Degree of protection NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21
Drive dimensions (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Width in 164 164 164 164 164 164
mm 4166 4166 4166 4166 4166 4166
Height in 115.2 115.2 115.2 115.2 115.2 115.2
mm 2926 2926 2926 2926 2926 2926
Depth in 45 45 45 45 45 45
mm 1143 1143 1143 1143 1143 1143
Dimension drawing 6) C C C C C C
Drive weight (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Weight lb 6980 7330 7580 7790 7790 8320
kg 3166 3325 3438 3533 3533 3774

1) The specifications for the typical motor current and the power data in hp and kW are approximate values only; these have been calculated for operation with
induction motors and for a typical power factor cos and motor efficiency. Both approximate values have to be adapted to the motor that is actually used.
2) Values at 100 % of rated speed and torque; includes drive and input transformer.
3) 120/240 V AC for NXGII control
- GenIV derives single-phase control power from a built-in CPT as standard
- For GenIV, single-phase control power can be fed directly by the customer as an option (K68)
- CPT is an option in other systems.
4) Includes cooling blowers/pumps; largest unit shown.
5) Maximum installable size per phase.
6) Please refer to page 5/13 for dimension drawings. The letters A to D refer to the particular drawing.

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Technical data (continued)


ROBICON Perfect Harmony 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202-
air-cooled drive version 2.B38-0..0 2.B38-7..0 2.C38-7..0 2.C41-0..0 2.C41-2..0
Motor voltage 6.6 kV
Max. output voltage kV 6.6 6.6 6.6 6.6 6.6
Type rating kVA 720 800 810 900 1130
Shaft output 1) hp 800 887 900 1000 1250
kW 597 662 671 746 933
Typical motor current 1) A 63 70 71 79 99
Power cell current A 70 70 100 100 100
Number of cells 15 15 15 15 15
Transformer rating kVA 800 900 900 1000 1250
Aluminium transformer available Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Power losses of drive system

3 with copper transformer


with aluminium transformer
kVA
kVA
< 25
< 29
< 28
< 32
< 28
< 32
< 32
< 36
< 40
< 45
Efficiency Pout/Pin 2) of drive system
with copper transformer % 96.5 96.5 96.5 96.5 96.5
with aluminium transformer % 96 96 96 96 96
Auxiliary supply
Single-phase w/o options 3) kVA < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5
Single-phase w/ all options 3) kVA <3 <3 <3 <3 <3
Three-phase w/o CPT 4) kVA <8 <8 <8 <8 <8
Three-phase w/ CPT and all kVA < 11 < 11 < 11 < 11 < 11
options 4)
Cooling air requirement m3/s 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.5 5
CFM 9500 9500 9500 9500 10600
Sound pressure level LpA (1 m) dB 82 82 82 82 80
Power cabling cross sections
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM
line-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240
preliminary (DIN VDE)
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM
motor-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240
preliminary (DIN VDE)
PE connection, max. connec- AWG/MCM 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG
tion cross-section at enclosure (NEC, CEC)
with M12 screw 5) preliminary mm2 70 70 70 70 70
(DIN VDE)
Degree of protection NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21
Drive dimensions (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Width in 164 164 164 164 164
mm 4166 4166 4166 4166 4166
Height in 115.2 115.2 115.2 115.2 115.2
mm 2926 2926 2926 2926 2926
Depth in 45 45 45 45 45
mm 1143 1143 1143 1143 1143
Dimension drawing 6) C C C C C
Drive weight (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Weight lb 8530 9080 9080 9530 11225
kg 3869 4119 4119 4323 5092

1) The specifications for the typical motor current and the power data in hp and kW are approximate values only; these have been calculated for operation with
induction motors and for a typical power factor cos and motor efficiency. Both approximate values have to be adapted to the motor that is actually used.
2) Values at 100 % of rated speed and torque; includes drive and input transformer.
3) 120/240 V AC for NXGII control
- GenIV derives single-phase control power from a built-in CPT as standard
- For GenIV, single-phase control power can be fed directly by the customer as an option (K68)
- CPT is an option in other systems.
4) Includes cooling blowers/pumps; largest unit shown.
5) Maximum installable size per phase.
6) Please refer to page 5/13 for dimension drawings. The letters A to D refer to the particular drawing.

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Technical data (continued)


ROBICON Perfect Harmony 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202-
air-cooled drive version 2.C41-5..0 2.D41-5..0 2.D41-7..0 2.D42-0..0 2.E42-0..0
Motor voltage 6.6 kV
Max. output voltage kV 6.6 6.6 6.6 6.6 6.6
Type rating kVA 1140 1350 1580 1600 1760
Shaft output 1) hp 1268 1500 1750 1775 2000
kW 946 1119 1306 1324 1492
Typical motor current 1) A 100 118 138 140 154
Power cell current A 100 140 140 140 200
Number of cells 15 15 15 15 15
Transformer rating kVA 1500 1500 1750 2000 2000
Aluminium transformer available Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Power losses of drive system
with copper transformer
with aluminium transformer
kVA
kVA
< 40
< 46
< 47
< 54
< 55
< 63
< 56
< 64
< 62
< 70 3
Efficiency Pout/Pin 2) of drive system
with copper transformer % 96.5 96.5 96.5 96.5 96.5
with aluminium transformer % 96 96 96 96 96
Auxiliary supply
Single-phase w/o options 3) kVA < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5
Single-phase w/ all options 3) kVA <3 <3 <3 <3 <3
Three-phase w/o CPT 4) kVA <8 <8 <8 <8 <8
Three-phase w/ CPT and all kVA < 11 < 11 < 11 < 11 < 11
options 4)
Cooling air requirement m3/s 5 5 5 5 5.6
CFM 10600 10600 10600 10600 11900
Sound pressure level LpA (1 m) dB 80 80 80 80 78
Power cabling cross sections
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM
line-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240
preliminary (DIN VDE)
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM
motor-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240
preliminary (DIN VDE)
PE connection, max. connec- AWG/MCM 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG
tion cross-section at enclosure (NEC, CEC)
with M12 screw 5) preliminary mm2 70 70 70 70 70
(DIN VDE)
Degree of protection NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21
Drive dimensions (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Width in 164 164 164 164 164
mm 4166 4166 4166 4166 4166
Height in 115.2 115.2 115.2 115.2 115.2
mm 2926 2926 2926 2926 2926
Depth in 45 45 45 45 45
mm 1143 1143 1143 1143 1143
Dimension drawing 6) C C C C C
Drive weight (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Weight lb 11575 11575 13275 13905 13905
kg 5250 5250 6021 6307 6307

1) The specifications for the typical motor current and the power data in hp and kW are approximate values only; these have been calculated for operation with
induction motors and for a typical power factor cos and motor efficiency. Both approximate values have to be adapted to the motor that is actually used.
2) Values at 100 % of rated speed and torque; includes drive and input transformer.
3) 120/240 V AC for NXGII control
- GenIV derives single-phase control power from a built-in CPT as standard
- For GenIV, single-phase control power can be fed directly by the customer as an option (K68)
- CPT is an option in other systems.
4) Includes cooling blowers/pumps; largest unit shown.
5) Maximum installable size per phase.
6) Please refer to page 5/13 for dimension drawings. The letters A to D refer to the particular drawing.

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Technical data (continued)


ROBICON Perfect Harmony 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202- 6SR4202-
air-cooled drive version 2.E42-2..0 2.E42-5..0 2.E43-0..0 2.F43-0..0 2.F43-5..0
Motor voltage 6.6 kV
Max. output voltage kV 6.6 6.6 6.6 6.6 6.6
Type rating kVA 1980 2200 2285 2640 2970
Shaft output 1) hp 2250 2500 2600 3000 3380
kW 1679 1865 1939 2238 2521
Typical motor current 1) A 173 192 200 231 260
Power cell current A 200 200 200 260 260
Number of cells 15 15 15 15 15
Transformer rating kVA 2250 2500 3000 3000 3500
Aluminium transformer available Yes Yes Yes Yes No
Power losses of drive system

3 with copper transformer


with aluminium transformer
kVA
kVA
< 69
< 79
< 77
< 88
< 80
< 91
< 92
< 106
< 104

Efficiency Pout/Pin 2) of drive system
with copper transformer % 96.5 96.5 96.5 96.5 96.5
with aluminium transformer % 96 96 96 96
Auxiliary supply
Single-phase w/o options 3) kVA < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5
Single-phase w/ all options 3) kVA <3 <3 <3 <3 <3
Three-phase w/o CPT 4) kVA <8 <8 <8 <8 <8
Three-phase w/ CPT and all kVA < 11 < 11 < 11 < 11 < 11
options 4)
Cooling air requirement m3/s 6.4 6.4 6.4 6.4 6.4
CFM 13600 13600 13600 13600 13600
Sound pressure level LpA (1 m) dB 78 78 78 78 78
Power cabling cross sections
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM
line-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240
preliminary (DIN VDE)
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM 2 x 500 MCM
motor-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240
preliminary (DIN VDE)
PE connection, max. connec- AWG/MCM 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 2/0 AWG
tion cross-section at enclosure (NEC, CEC)
with M12 screw 5) preliminary mm2 70 70 70 70 70
(DIN VDE)
Degree of protection NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21
Drive dimensions (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Width in 164 164 164 164 164
mm 4166 4166 4166 4166 4166
Height in 115.2 115.2 115.2 115.2 115.2
mm 2926 2926 2926 2926 2926
Depth in 45 45 45 45 45
mm 1143 1143 1143 1143 1143
Dimension drawing 6) C C C C C
Drive weight (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Weight lb 14925 15565 16685 16685 18250
kg 6770 7060 7568 7568 8278

1) The specifications for the typical motor current and the power data in hp and kW are approximate values only; these have been calculated for operation with
induction motors and for a typical power factor cos and motor efficiency. Both approximate values have to be adapted to the motor that is actually used.
2) Values at 100 % of rated speed and torque; includes drive and input transformer.
3) 120/240 V AC for NXGII control
- GenIV derives single-phase control power from a built-in CPT as standard
- For GenIV, single-phase control power can be fed directly by the customer as an option (K68)
- CPT is an option in other systems.
4) Includes cooling blowers/pumps; largest unit shown.
5) Maximum installable size per phase.
6) Please refer to page 5/13 for dimension drawings. The letters A to D refer to the particular drawing.

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Technical data
ROBICON Perfect Harmony 6SR3202- 6SR3202- 6SR3202- 6SR3202-
air-cooled drive version 1.G41-7..0 1.H41-7..0 1.H42-0..0 1.J42-0..0
Motor voltage 2.3/2.4 kV
Max. output voltage kV 3.6 3.6 3.6 3.6
Type rating kVA 1305 1540 1555 1760
Shaft output 1) hp 1489 1750 1773 2000
kW 1111 1306 1322 1492
Typical motor current 1) A 315 370 375 423
Power cell current A 315 375 375 500
Number of cells 9 9 9 9
Transformer rating kVA 1750 1750 2000 2000
Aluminium transformer available Yes Yes Yes Yes
Power losses of drive system
with copper transformer
with aluminium transformer
kVA
kVA
< 46
< 52
< 54
< 62
< 54
< 62
< 62
< 70 3
Efficiency Pout/Pin 2) of drive system
with copper transformer % > 96.5 > 96.5 > 96.5 > 96.5
with aluminium transformer % > 96 > 96 > 96 > 96
Auxiliary supply
Single-phase w/o options 3) kVA < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5
Single-phase w/ all options 3) kVA <3 <3 <3 <3
Three-phase w/o CPT 4) kVA < 16 < 16 < 16 < 16
Three-phase w/ CPT and all kVA < 19 < 19 < 19 < 19
options 4)
Cooling air requirement m3/s 7.1 7.1 7.1 7.1
CFM 15000 15000 15000 15000
Sound pressure level LpA (1 m) dB 80 80 80 80
Power cabling cross sections
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM
line-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500
preliminary (DIN VDE)
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM
motor-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500
preliminary (DIN VDE)
PE connection, max. connec- AWG/MCM 1000 MCM 1000 MCM 1000 MCM 1000 MCM
tion cross-section at enclosure (NEC, CEC)
with M12 screw 5) preliminary mm2 500 500 500 500
(DIN VDE)
Degree of protection NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21
Drive dimensions (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet) 6)
Width in 172 172 172 172
mm 4369 4369 4369 4369
Height in 117 117 117 117
mm 2972 2972 2972 2972
Depth in 50 50 50 50
mm 1270 1270 1270 1270
Dimension drawing 7) D D D D
Drive weight (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Weight lb 23600 23600 23600 23600
kg 10727 10727 10727 10727

1) The specifications for the typical motor current and the power data in hp and kW are approximate values only; these have been calculated for operation with
induction motors and for a typical power factor cos and motor efficiency. Both approximate values have to be adapted to the motor that is actually used.
2) Values at 100 % of rated speed and torque; includes drive and input transformer.
3) 120/240 V AC for NXGII control
- CPT is an option.
4) Includes cooling blowers/pumps; largest unit shown.
5) Maximum installable size per phase.
6) If aluminum transformer is selected drive dimensions may change.
7) Please refer to page 5/14 for dimension drawings. The letters A to D refer to the particular drawing.

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Technical data (continued)


ROBICON Perfect Harmony 6SR3202- 6SR3202- 6SR3202- 6SR3202-
air-cooled drive version 1.J42-2..0 1.J42-5..0 1.K42-5..0 1.K43-0..0
Motor voltage 2.3/2.4 kV
Max. output voltage kV 3.6 3.6 3.6 3.6
Type rating kVA 1980 2075 2200 2620
Shaft output 1) hp 2250 2363 2500 2978
kW 1679 1763 1865 2222
Typical motor current 1) A 476 500 529 630
Power cell current A 500 500 660 660
Number of cells 9 9 9 9
Transformer rating kVA 2250 2500 2500 3000
Aluminium transformer available Yes Yes Yes Yes
Power losses of drive system

3 with copper transformer


with aluminium transformer
kVA
kVA
< 69
< 79
< 73
< 83
< 77
< 88
< 92
< 106
Efficiency Pout/Pin 2) of drive system
with copper transformer % > 96.5 > 96.5 > 96.5 > 96.5
with aluminium transformer % > 96 > 96 > 96 > 96
Auxiliary supply
Single-phase w/o options 3) kVA < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5
Single-phase w/ all options 3) kVA <3 <3 <3 <3
Three-phase w/o CPT 4) kVA < 16 < 16 < 16 < 16
Three-phase w/ CPT and all kVA < 19 < 19 < 19 < 19
options 4)
Cooling air requirement m3/s 7.1 7.1 7.1 7.1
CFM 15000 15000 15000 15000
Sound pressure level LpA (1 m) dB 80 80 80 80
Power cabling cross sections
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM
line-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500
preliminary (DIN VDE)
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM
motor-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500
preliminary (DIN VDE)
PE connection, max. connec- AWG/MCM 1000 MCM 1000 MCM 1000 MCM 1000 MCM
tion cross-section at enclosure (NEC, CEC)
with M12 screw 5) preliminary mm2 500 500 500 500
(DIN VDE)
Degree of protection NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21
Drive dimensions (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet) 6)
Width in 172 188 188 188
mm 4369 4775 4775 4775
Height in 117 118 118 118
mm 2972 2997 2997 2997
Depth in 50 50 50 50
mm 1270 1270 1270 1270
Dimension drawing 7) D D D D
Drive weight (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Weight lb 23600 26800 26800 26800
kg 10727 12182 12182 12182

1) The specifications for the typical motor current and the power data in hp and kW are approximate values only; these have been calculated for operation with
induction motors and for a typical power factor cos and motor efficiency. Both approximate values have to be adapted to the motor that is actually used.
2) Values at 100 % of rated speed and torque; includes drive and input transformer.
3) 120/240 V AC for NXGII control
- CPT is an option.
4) Includes cooling blowers/pumps; largest unit shown.
5) Maximum installable size per phase.
6) If aluminum transformer is selected drive dimensions may change.
7) Please refer to page 5/14 for dimension drawings. The letters A to D refer to the particular drawing.

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Technical Data

GenIIIe

Technical data
ROBICON Perfect Harmony 6SR3202- 6SR3202- 6SR3202- 6SR3202- 6SR3202-
air-cooled drive version 1.G41-7..0 1.G42-0..0 1.G42-2..0 1.H42-2..0 1.H42-5..0
Motor voltage 3.3 kV
Max. output voltage kV 3.6 3.6 3.6 3.6 3.6
Type rating kVA 1540 1760 1800 1980 2140
Shaft output 1) hp 1750 2000 2047 2250 2437
kW 1306 1492 1527 1679 1818
Typical motor current 1) A 269 308 315 346 375
Power cell current A 315 315 315 375 375
Number of cells 9 9 9 9 9
Transformer rating kVA 1750 2000 2250 2250 2500
Aluminium transformer available Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Power losses of drive system
with copper transformer
with aluminium transformer
kVA
kVA
< 54
< 62
< 62
< 70
< 63
< 72
< 69
< 79
< 75
< 86 3
Efficiency Pout/Pin 2) of drive system
with copper transformer % > 96.5 > 96.5 > 96.5 > 96.5 > 96.5
with aluminium transformer % > 96 > 96 > 96 > 96 > 96
Auxiliary supply
Single-phase w/o options 3) kVA < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5
Single-phase w/ all options 3) kVA <3 <3 <3 <3 <3
Three-phase w/o CPT 4) kVA < 16 < 16 < 16 < 16 < 16
Three-phase w/ CPT and all kVA < 19 < 19 < 19 < 19 < 19
options 4)
Cooling air requirement m3/s 7.1 7.1 7.1 7.1 7.1
CFM 15000 15000 15000 15000 15000
Sound pressure level LpA (1 m) dB 80 80 80 80 80
Power cabling cross sections
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM
line-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500
preliminary (DIN VDE)
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM
motor-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500
preliminary (DIN VDE)
PE connection, max. connec- AWG/MCM 1000 MCM 1000 MCM 1000 MCM 1000 MCM 1000 MCM
tion cross-section at enclosure (NEC, CEC)
with M12 screw 5) preliminary mm2 500 500 500 500 500
(DIN VDE)
Degree of protection NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21
Drive dimensions (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet) 6)
Width in 172 172 172 172 188
mm 4369 4369 4369 4369 4775
Height in 117 117 117 117 118
mm 2972 2972 2972 2972 2997
Depth in 50 50 50 50 50
mm 1270 1270 1270 1270 1270
Dimension drawing 7) D D D D D
Drive weight (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Weight lb 23600 23600 23600 23600 26800
kg 10727 10727 10727 10727 12182

1) The specifications for the typical motor current and the power data in hp and kW are approximate values only; these have been calculated for operation with
induction motors and for a typical power factor cos and motor efficiency. Both approximate values have to be adapted to the motor that is actually used.
2) Values at 100 % of rated speed and torque; includes drive and input transformer.
3) 120/240 V AC for NXGII control
- CPT is an option.
4) Includes cooling blowers/pumps; largest unit shown.
5) Maximum installable size per phase.
6) If aluminum transformer is selected drive dimensions may change.
7) Please refer to page 5/14 for dimension drawings. The letters A to D refer to the particular drawing.

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Technical data (continued)


ROBICON Perfect Harmony 6SR3202- 6SR3202- 6SR3202- 6SR3202-
air-cooled drive version 1.J42-5..0 1.J43-0..0 1.J43-5..0 1.K43-5..0
Motor voltage 3.3 kV
Max. output voltage kV 3.6 3.6 3.6 3.6
Type rating kVA 2200 2640 2855 3080
Shaft output 1) hp 2500 3000 3250 3500
kW 1865 2238 2424 2611
Typical motor current 1) A 385 462 500 539
Power cell current A 500 500 500 660
Number of cells 9 9 9 9
Transformer rating kVA 2500 3000 3500 3500
Aluminium transformer available Yes Yes Yes Yes
Power losses of drive system

3 with copper transformer


with aluminium transformer
kVA
kVA
< 77
< 88
< 92
< 106
< 100
< 114
< 108
< 123
Efficiency Pout/Pin 2) of drive system
with copper transformer % > 96.5 > 96.5 > 96.5 > 96.5
with aluminium transformer % > 96 > 96 > 96 > 96
Auxiliary supply
Single-phase w/o options 3) kVA < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5
Single-phase w/ all options 3) kVA <3 <3 <3 <3
Three-phase w/o CPT 4) kVA < 16 < 16 < 16 < 16
Three-phase w/ CPT and all kVA < 19 < 19 < 19 < 19
options 4)
Cooling air requirement m3/s 7.1 7.1 7.1 7.1
CFM 15000 15000 15000 15000
Sound pressure level LpA (1 m) dB 80 80 80 80
Power cabling cross sections
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM
line-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500
preliminary (DIN VDE)
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM
motor-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500
preliminary (DIN VDE)
PE connection, max. connec- AWG/MCM 1000 MCM 1000 MCM 1000 MCM 1000 MCM
tion cross-section at enclosure (NEC, CEC)
with M12 screw 5) preliminary mm2 500 500 500 500
(DIN VDE)
Degree of protection NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21
Drive dimensions (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet) 6)
Width in 188 188 188 188
mm 4775 4775 4775 4775
Height in 118 118 118 118
mm 2997 2997 2997 2997
Depth in 50 50 50 50
mm 1270 1270 1270 1270
Dimension drawing 7) D D D D
Drive weight (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Weight lb 26800 26800 26800 26800
kg 12182 12182 12182 12182

1) The specifications for the typical motor current and the power data in hp and kW are approximate values only; these have been calculated for operation with
induction motors and for a typical power factor cos and motor efficiency. Both approximate values have to be adapted to the motor that is actually used.
2) Values at 100 % of rated speed and torque; includes drive and input transformer.
3) 120/240 V AC for NXGII control
- CPT is an option.
4) Includes cooling blowers/pumps; largest unit shown.
5) Maximum installable size per phase.
6) If aluminum transformer is selected drive dimensions may change.
7) Please refer to page 5/14 for dimension drawings. The letters A to D refer to the particular drawing.

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ROBICON Perfect Harmony 6SR3202- 6SR3202- 6SR3202- 6SR3202- 6SR3202- 6SR3202-
air-cooled drive version 3.G42-2..0 3.G42-5..0 3.G43-0..0 3.H43-0..0 3.H43-5..0 3.J43-5..0
Motor voltage 4.16 kV
Max. output voltage kV 4.9 4.9 4.9 4.9 4.9 4.9
Type rating kVA 1980 2200 2265 2640 2700 3080
Shaft output 1) hp 2250 2500 2581 3000 3073 3500
kW 1679 1865 1925 2238 2292 2611
Typical motor current 1) A 275 305 315 366 375 427
Power cell current A 315 315 315 375 375 500
Number of cells 12 12 12 12 12 12
Transformer rating kVA 2250 2500 3000 3000 3500 3500
Aluminium transformer available Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Power losses of drive system
with copper transformer
with aluminium transformer
kVA
kVA
< 69
< 79
< 77
< 88
< 79
< 91
< 92
< 106
< 95
< 108
< 108
< 123 3
Efficiency Pout/Pin 2) of drive system
with copper transformer % > 96.5 > 96.5 > 96.5 > 96.5 > 96.5 > 96.5
with aluminium transformer % > 96 > 96 > 96 > 96 > 96 > 96
Auxiliary supply
Single-phase w/o options 3) kVA < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5
Single-phase w/ all options 3) kVA <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3
Three-phase w/o CPT 4) kVA < 16 < 16 < 16 < 16 < 16 < 16
Three-phase w/ CPT and all kVA < 19 < 19 < 19 < 19 < 19 < 19
options 4)
Cooling air requirement m3/s 8.5 8.5 8.5 8.5 8.5 8.5
CFM 18000 18000 18000 18000 18000 18000
Sound pressure level LpA (1 m) dB 80 80 80 80 80 80
Power cabling cross sections
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM
line-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500
preliminary (DIN VDE)
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM
motor-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500
preliminary (DIN VDE)
PE connection, max. connec- AWG/MCM 1000 MCM 1000 MCM 1000 MCM 1000 MCM 1000 MCM 1000 MCM
tion cross-section at enclosure (NEC, CEC)
with M12 screw 5) preliminary mm2 500 500 500 500 500 500
(DIN VDE)
Degree of protection NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21
Drive dimensions (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet) 6)
Width in 192 208 208 208 208 208
mm 4877 5283 5283 5283 5283 5283
Height in 117 118 118 118 118 118
mm 2972 2997 2997 2997 2997 2997
Depth in 50 50 50 50 50 50
mm 1270 1270 1270 1270 1270 1270
Dimension drawing 7) D D D D D D
Drive weight (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Weight lb 25600 28800 28800 28800 28800 28800
kg 11636 13091 13091 13091 13091 13091

1) The specifications for the typical motor current and the power data in hp and kW are approximate values only; these have been calculated for operation with
induction motors and for a typical power factor cos and motor efficiency. Both approximate values have to be adapted to the motor that is actually used.
2) Values at 100 % of rated speed and torque; includes drive and input transformer.
3) 120/240 V AC for NXGII control
- CPT is an option.
4) Includes cooling blowers/pumps; largest unit shown.
5) Maximum installable size per phase.
6) If aluminum transformer is selected drive dimensions may change.
7) Please refer to page 5/14 for dimension drawings. The letters A to D refer to the particular drawing.

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Technical data (continued)


ROBICON Perfect Harmony 6SR3202- 6SR3202- 6SR3202- 6SR3202- 6SR3202-
air-cooled drive version 3.J44-0..0 3.J45-0..0 3.K45-0..0 3.K46-0..0 3.L46-0..0
Motor voltage 4.16 kV
Max. output voltage kV 4.9 4.9 4.9 4.9 4.4
Type rating kVA 3520 3600 4400 4540 5185
Shaft output 1) hp 4000 4097 5000 5162 5899
kW 2984 3056 3730 3851 4401
Typical motor current 1) A 488 500 610 630 720
Power cell current A 500 500 660 660 720
Number of cells 12 12 12 12 12
Transformer rating kVA 4000 5000 5000 6000 6000
Aluminium transformer available Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Power losses of drive system

3 with copper transformer


with aluminium transformer
kVA
kVA
< 123
< 141
< 126
< 144
< 154
< 176
< 159
< 182
< 181
< 207
Efficiency Pout/Pin 2) of drive system
with copper transformer % > 96.5 > 96.5 > 96.5 > 96.5 > 96.5
with aluminium transformer % > 96 > 96 > 96 > 96 > 96
Auxiliary supply
Single-phase w/o options 3) kVA < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5
Single-phase w/ all options 3) kVA <3 <3 <3 <3 <3
Three-phase w/o CPT 4) kVA < 16 < 16 < 16 < 16 < 16
Three-phase w/ CPT and all kVA < 19 < 19 < 19 < 19 < 19
options 4)
Cooling air requirement m3/s 8.5 8.5 8.5 8.5 8.5
CFM 18000 18000 18000 18000 18000
Sound pressure level LpA (1 m) dB 80 80 80 80 80
Power cabling cross sections
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM
line-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500
preliminary (DIN VDE)
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM
motor-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500
preliminary (DIN VDE)
PE connection, max. connec- AWG/MCM 1000 MCM 1000 MCM 1000 MCM 1000 MCM 1000 MCM
tion cross-section at enclosure (NEC, CEC)
with M12 screw 5) preliminary mm2 500 500 500 500 500
(DIN VDE)
Degree of protection NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21
Drive dimensions (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet) 6)
Width in 208 232 232 232 232
mm 5283 5893 5893 5893 5893
Height in 118 120 120 120 120
mm 2997 3048 3048 3048 3048
Depth in 50 50 50 50 50
mm 1270 1270 1270 1270 1270
Dimension drawing 7) D D D D D
Drive weight (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Weight lb 28800 33700 33700 33700 33700
kg 13091 15318 15318 15318 15318

1) The specifications for the typical motor current and the power data in hp and kW are approximate values only; these have been calculated for operation with
induction motors and for a typical power factor cos and motor efficiency. Both approximate values have to be adapted to the motor that is actually used.
2) Values at 100 % of rated speed and torque; includes drive and input transformer.
3) 120/240 V AC for NXGII control
- CPT is an option.
4) Includes cooling blowers/pumps; largest unit shown.
5) Maximum installable size per phase.
6) If aluminum transformer is selected drive dimensions may change.
7) Please refer to page 5/14 for dimension drawings. The letters A to D refer to the particular drawing.

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Technical data
ROBICON Perfect Harmony 6SR3202- 6SR3202- 6SR3202- 6SR3202- 6SR3202-
air-cooled drive version 3.G42-5..0 3.G43-0..0 3.H43-0..0 3.H43-5..0 3.H44-0..0
Motor voltage 4.6/4.8 kV
Max. output voltage kV 4.9 4.9 4.9 4.9 4.9
Type rating kVA 2200 2615 2640 3080 3115
Shaft output 1) hp 2500 2978 3000 3500 3545
kW 1865 2222 2238 2611 2645
Typical motor current 1) A 264 315 317 370 375
Power cell current A 315 315 375 375 375
Number of cells 12 12 12 12 12
Transformer rating kVA 2500 3000 3000 3500 4000
Aluminium transformer available Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Power losses of drive system
with copper transformer
with aluminium transformer
kVA
kVA
< 77
< 88
< 92
< 105
< 92
< 106
< 108
< 123
< 109
< 125 3
Efficiency Pout/Pin 2) of drive system
with copper transformer % > 96.5 > 96.5 > 96.5 > 96.5 > 96.5
with aluminium transformer % > 96 > 96 > 96 > 96 > 96
Auxiliary supply
Single-phase w/o options 3) kVA < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5
Single-phase w/ all options 3) kVA <3 <3 <3 <3 <3
Three-phase w/o CPT 4) kVA < 16 < 16 < 16 < 16 < 16
Three-phase w/ CPT and all kVA < 19 < 19 < 19 < 19 < 19
options 4)
Cooling air requirement m3/s 8.5 8.5 8.5 8.5 8.5
CFM 18000 18000 18000 18000 18000
Sound pressure level LpA (1 m) dB 80 80 80 80 80
Power cabling cross sections
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM
line-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500
preliminary (DIN VDE)
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM
motor-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500
preliminary (DIN VDE)
PE connection, max. connec- AWG/MCM 1000 MCM 1000 MCM 1000 MCM 1000 MCM 1000 MCM
tion cross-section at enclosure (NEC, CEC)
with M12 screw 5) preliminary mm2 500 500 500 500 500
(DIN VDE)
Degree of protection NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21
Drive dimensions (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet) 6)
Width in 208 208 208 208 208
mm 5283 5283 5283 5283 5283
Height in 118 118 118 118 118
mm 2997 2997 2997 2997 2997
Depth in 50 50 50 50 50
mm 1270 1270 1270 1270 1270
Dimension drawing 7) D D D D D
Drive weight (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Weight lb 28800 28800 28800 28800 28800
kg 13091 13091 13091 13091 13091

1) The specifications for the typical motor current and the power data in hp and kW are approximate values only; these have been calculated for operation with
induction motors and for a typical power factor cos and motor efficiency. Both approximate values have to be adapted to the motor that is actually used.
2) Values at 100 % of rated speed and torque; includes drive and input transformer.
3) 120/240 V AC for NXGII control
- CPT is an option.
4) Includes cooling blowers/pumps; largest unit shown.
5) Maximum installable size per phase.
6) If aluminum transformer is selected drive dimensions may change.
7) Please refer to page 5/14 for dimension drawings. The letters A to D refer to the particular drawing.

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Technical data (continued)


ROBICON Perfect Harmony 6SR3202- 6SR3202- 6SR3202- 6SR3202-
air-cooled drive version 3.J44-0..0 3.J45-0..0 3.K45-0..0 3.K46-0..0
Motor voltage 4.6/4.8 kV
Max. output voltage kV 4.9 4.9 4.9 4.9
Type rating kVA 3520 4155 4400 5240
Shaft output 1) hp 4000 4727 5000 5956
kW 2984 3526 3730 4443
Typical motor current 1) A 423 500 529 630
Power cell current A 500 500 660 660
Number of cells 12 12 12 12
Transformer rating kVA 4000 5000 5000 6000
Aluminium transformer available Yes Yes Yes Yes
Power losses of drive system

3 with copper transformer


with aluminium transformer
kVA
kVA
< 123
< 141
< 145
< 166
< 154
< 176
< 183
< 210
Efficiency Pout/Pin 2) of drive system
with copper transformer % > 96.5 > 96.5 > 96.5 > 96.5
with aluminium transformer % > 96 > 96 > 96 > 96
Auxiliary supply
Single-phase w/o options 3) kVA < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5
Single-phase w/ all options 3) kVA <3 <3 <3 <3
Three-phase w/o CPT 4) kVA < 16 < 16 < 16 < 16
Three-phase w/ CPT and all kVA < 19 < 19 < 19 < 19
options 4)
Cooling air requirement m3/s 8.5 8.5 8.5 8.5
CFM 18000 18000 18000 18000
Sound pressure level LpA (1 m) dB 80 80 80 80
Power cabling cross sections
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM
line-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500
preliminary (DIN VDE)
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM
motor-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500
preliminary (DIN VDE)
PE connection, max. connec- AWG/MCM 1000 MCM 1000 MCM 1000 MCM 1000 MCM
tion cross-section at enclosure (NEC, CEC)
with M12 screw 5) preliminary mm2 500 500 500 500
(DIN VDE)
Degree of protection NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21
Drive dimensions (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet) 6)
Width in 208 232 232 232
mm 5283 5893 5893 5893
Height in 118 120 120 120
mm 2997 3048 3048 3048
Depth in 50 50 50 50
mm 1270 1270 1270 1270
Dimension drawing 7) D D D D
Drive weight (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Weight lb 28800 33700 33700 33700
kg 13091 15318 15318 15318

1) The specifications for the typical motor current and the power data in hp and kW are approximate values only; these have been calculated for operation with
induction motors and for a typical power factor cos and motor efficiency. Both approximate values have to be adapted to the motor that is actually used.
2) Values at 100 % of rated speed and torque; includes drive and input transformer.
3) 120/240 V AC for NXGII control
- CPT is an option.
4) Includes cooling blowers/pumps; largest unit shown.
5) Maximum installable size per phase.
6) If aluminum transformer is selected drive dimensions may change.
7) Please refer to page 5/14 for dimension drawings. The letters A to D refer to the particular drawing.

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Technical data
ROBICON Perfect Harmony 6SR3202- 6SR3202- 6SR3202- 6SR3202- 6SR3202-
air-cooled drive version 5.G43-5..0 5.G44-0..0 5.H44-0..0 5.H45-0..0 5.J45-0..0
Motor voltage 6.0 kV
Max. output voltage kV 6.1 6.1 6.1 6.1 6.1
Type rating kVA 3080 3270 3520 3895 4400
Shaft output 1) hp 3500 3722 4000 4432 5000
kW 2611 2777 2984 3306 3730
Typical motor current 1) A 296 315 338 375 423
Power cell current A 315 315 375 375 500
Number of cells 15 15 15 15 15
Transformer rating kVA 3500 4000 4000 5000 5000
Aluminium transformer available Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Power losses of drive system
with copper transformer
with aluminium transformer
kVA
kVA
< 108
< 123
< 114
< 131
< 123
< 141
< 136
< 156
< 154
< 176 3
Efficiency Pout/Pin 2) of drive system
with copper transformer % > 96.5 > 96.5 > 96.5 > 96.5 > 96.5
with aluminium transformer % > 96 > 96 > 96 > 96 > 96
Auxiliary supply
Single-phase w/o options 3) kVA < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5
Single-phase w/ all options 3) kVA <3 <3 <3 <3 <3
Three-phase w/o CPT 4) kVA < 16 < 16 < 16 < 16 < 16
Three-phase w/ CPT and all kVA < 19 < 19 < 19 < 19 < 19
options 4)
Cooling air requirement m3/s 11.8 11.8 11.8 11.8 11.8
CFM 25000 25000 25000 25000 25000
Sound pressure level LpA (1 m) dB 80 80 80 80 80
Power cabling cross sections
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM
line-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500
preliminary (DIN VDE)
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM
motor-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500
preliminary (DIN VDE)
PE connection, max. connec- AWG/MCM 1000 MCM 1000 MCM 1000 MCM 1000 MCM 1000 MCM
tion cross-section at enclosure (NEC, CEC)
with M12 screw 5) preliminary mm2 500 500 500 500 500
(DIN VDE)
Degree of protection NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21
Drive dimensions (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet) 6)
Width in 248 248 248 272 272
mm 6299 6299 6299 6909 6909
Height in 120 120 120 120 120
mm 3048 3048 3048 3048 3048
Depth in 54 54 54 54 54
mm 1372 1372 1372 1372 1372
Dimension drawing 7) D D D D D
Drive weight (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Weight lb 28900 28900 28900 33800 33800
kg 13136 13136 13136 15363 15363

1) The specifications for the typical motor current and the power data in hp and kW are approximate values only; these have been calculated for operation with
induction motors and for a typical power factor cos and motor efficiency. Both approximate values have to be adapted to the motor that is actually used.
2) Values at 100 % of rated speed and torque; includes drive and input transformer.
3) 120/240 V AC for NXGII control
- CPT is an option.
4) Includes cooling blowers/pumps; largest unit shown.
5) Maximum installable size per phase.
6) If aluminum transformer is selected drive dimensions may change.
7) Please refer to page 5/14 for dimension drawings. The letters A to D refer to the particular drawing.

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Technical data (continued)


ROBICON Perfect Harmony 6SR3202- 6SR3202- 6SR3202- 6SR3202- 6SR3202-
air-cooled drive version 5.J46-0..0 5.K46-0..0 5.K47-0..0 5.K48-0..0 7.L48-0..0
Motor voltage 6.0 kV
Max. output voltage kV 6.1 6.1 6.1 6.1 6.7
Type rating kVA 5195 5280 6160 6550 7040
Shaft output 1) hp 5909 6000 7000 7445 8000
kW 4408 4476 5222 5554 5968
Typical motor current 1) A 500 508 592 630 677
Power cell current A 500 660 660 660 720
Number of cells 15 15 15 15 18
Transformer rating kVA 6000 6000 7000 8000 8000
6) 6)
Aluminium transformer available Yes Yes Yes
Power losses of drive system

3 with copper transformer


with aluminium transformer
kVA
kVA
< 182
< 208
< 185
< 211
< 216
< 246
< 229
< 262
< 246
< 282
Efficiency Pout/Pin 2) of drive system
with copper transformer % > 96.5 > 96.5 > 96.5 > 96.5 > 96.5
with aluminium transformer % > 96 > 96 > 96 > 96 > 96
Auxiliary supply
Single-phase w/o options 3) kVA < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5
Single-phase w/ all options 3) kVA <3 <3 <3 <3 <3
Three-phase w/o CPT 4) kVA < 16 < 16 < 16 < 16 < 16
Three-phase w/ CPT and all kVA < 19 < 19 < 19 < 19 < 19
options 4)
Cooling air requirement m3/s 11.8 11.8 11.8 11.8 13.2
CFM 25000 25000 25000 25000 28000
Sound pressure level LpA (1 m) dB 80 80 80 80 80
Power cabling cross sections
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM
line-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500
preliminary (DIN VDE)
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM
motor-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500
preliminary (DIN VDE)
PE connection, max. connec- AWG/MCM 1000 MCM 1000 MCM 1000 MCM 1000 MCM 1000 MCM
tion cross-section at enclosure (NEC, CEC)
with M12 screw 5) preliminary mm2 500 500 500 500 500
(DIN VDE)
Degree of protection NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21
Drive dimensions (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet) 7)
Width in 272 272 272 272 272
mm 6909 6909 6909 6909 6909
Height in 120 120 128 128 128
mm 3048 3048 3251 3251 3251
Depth in 54 54 54 54 54
mm 1372 1372 1372 1372 1372
Dimension drawing 8) D D D D D
Drive weight (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Weight lb 33800 33800 39400 39400 39400
kg 15363 15363 17909 17909 17909

1)
The specifications for the typical motor current and the power data in hp and kW are approximate values only; these have been calculated for operation with
induction motors and for a typical power factor cos and motor efficiency. Both approximate values have to be adapted to the motor that is actually used.
2)
Values at 100 % of rated speed and torque; includes drive and input transformer.
3)
120/240 V AC for NXGII control
- CPT is an option.
4)
Includes cooling blowers/pumps; largest unit shown.
5)
Maximum installable size per phase.
6)
Please contact the factory or your local Siemens sales representative.
7)
If aluminum transformer is selected drive dimensions may change.
8)
Please refer to page 5/14 for dimension drawings. The letters A to D refer to the particular drawing.

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Technical Data

GenIIIe

Technical data
ROBICON Perfect Harmony 6SR3202- 6SR3202- 6SR3202- 6SR3202- 6SR3202-
air-cooled drive version 7.G43-5..0 7.G44-0..0 7.G45-0..0 7.H45-0..0 7.J45-0..0
Motor voltage 6.6 kV
Max. output voltage kV 7.3 7.3 7.3 7.3 7.3
Type rating kVA 3080 3520 3600 4285 4400
Shaft output 1) hp 3500 4000 4095 4875 5000
kW 2611 2984 3055 3636 3730
Typical motor current 1) A 269 308 315 375 385
Power cell current A 315 315 315 375 500
Number of cells 18 18 18 18 18
Transformer rating kVA 3500 4000 5000 5000 5000
Aluminium transformer available Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Power losses of drive system
with copper transformer
with aluminium transformer
kVA
kVA
< 108
< 123
< 123
< 141
< 126
< 144
< 150
< 171
< 154
< 176 3
Efficiency Pout/Pin 2) of drive system
with copper transformer % > 96.5 > 96.5 > 96.5 > 96.5 > 96.5
with aluminium transformer % > 96 > 96 > 96 > 96 > 96
Auxiliary supply
Single-phase w/o options 3) kVA < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5
Single-phase w/ all options 3) kVA <3 <3 <3 <3 <3
Three-phase w/o CPT 4) kVA < 16 < 16 < 16 < 16 < 16
Three-phase w/ CPT and all kVA < 19 < 19 < 19 < 19 < 19
options 4)
Cooling air requirement m3/s 13.2 13.2 13.2 13.2 13.2
CFM 28000 28000 28000 28000 28000
Sound pressure level LpA (1 m) dB 80 80 80 80 80
Power cabling cross sections
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM
line-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500
preliminary (DIN VDE)
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM
motor-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500
preliminary (DIN VDE)
PE connection, max. connec- AWG/MCM 1000 MCM 1000 MCM 1000 MCM 1000 MCM 1000 MCM
tion cross-section at enclosure (NEC, CEC)
with M12 screw 5) preliminary mm2 500 500 500 500 500
(DIN VDE)
Degree of protection NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21
Drive dimensions (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet) 6)
Width in 248 248 272 272 272
mm 6299 6299 6909 6909 6909
Height in 120 120 120 120 120
mm 3048 3048 3048 3048 3048
Depth in 54 54 54 54 54
mm 1372 1372 1372 1372 1372
Dimension drawing 7) D D D D D
Drive weight (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Weight lb 28900 28900 33800 33800 33800
kg 13136 13136 15363 15363 15363

1) The specifications for the typical motor current and the power data in hp and kW are approximate values only; these have been calculated for operation with
induction motors and for a typical power factor cos and motor efficiency. Both approximate values have to be adapted to the motor that is actually used.
2) Values at 100 % of rated speed and torque; includes drive and input transformer.
3) 120/240 V AC for NXGII control
- CPT is an option.
4) Includes cooling blowers/pumps; largest unit shown.
5) Maximum installable size per phase.
6) If aluminum transformer is selected drive dimensions may change.
7) Please refer to page 5/14 for dimension drawings. The letters A to D refer to the particular drawing.

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Technical Data

GenIIIe

Technical data (continued)


ROBICON Perfect Harmony 6SR3202- 6SR3202- 6SR3202- 6SR3202-
air-cooled drive version 7.J46-0..0 7.J47-0..0 7.K47-0..0 7.K48-0..0
Motor voltage 6.6 kV
Max. output voltage kV 7.3 7.3 7.3 7.3
Type rating kVA 5280 5715 6160 7040
Shaft output 1) hp 6000 6500 7000 8000
kW 4476 4849 5222 5968
Typical motor current 1) A 462 500 539 615
Power cell current A 500 500 660 660
Number of cells 18 18 18 18
Transformer rating kVA 6000 7000 7000 8000
6)
Aluminium transformer available Yes Yes Yes
Power losses of drive system

3 with copper transformer


with aluminium transformer
kVA
kVA
< 185
< 211
< 200
< 229
< 216
< 246
< 246
< 282
Efficiency Pout/Pin 2) of drive system
with copper transformer % > 96.5 > 96.5 > 96.5 > 96.5
with aluminium transformer % > 96 > 96 > 96 > 96
Auxiliary supply
Single-phase w/o options 3) kVA < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5 < 1.5
Single-phase w/ all options 3) kVA <3 <3 <3 <3
Three-phase w/o CPT 4) kVA < 16 < 16 < 16 < 16
Three-phase w/ CPT and all kVA < 19 < 19 < 19 < 19
options 4)
Cooling air requirement m3/s 13.2 13.2 13.2 13.2
CFM 28000 28000 28000 28000
Sound pressure level LpA (1 m) dB 80 80 80 80
Power cabling cross sections
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM
line-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500
preliminary (DIN VDE)
Cable cross-sections, AWG/MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM 2 x 1000 MCM
motor-side, max. connectable (NEC, CEC)
per phase with M10 screw 5) mm2 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500 2 x 500
preliminary (DIN VDE)
PE connection, max. connec- AWG/MCM 1000 MCM 1000 MCM 1000 MCM 1000 MCM
tion cross-section at enclosure (NEC, CEC)
with M12 screw 5) preliminary mm2 500 500 500 500
(DIN VDE)
Degree of protection NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21 NEMA1/IP21
Drive dimensions (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet) 7)
Width in 272 272 272 272
mm 6909 6909 6909 6909
Height in 120 128 128 128
mm 3048 3251 3251 3251
Depth in 54 54 54 54
mm 1372 1372 1372 1372
Dimension drawing 8) D D D D
Drive weight (cell cabinet and transformer cabinet)
Weight lb 33800 39400 39400 39400
kg 15363 17909 17909 17909

1)
The specifications for the typical motor current and the power data in hp and kW are approximate values only; these have been calculated for operation with
induction motors and for a typical power factor cos and motor efficiency. Both approximate values have to be adapted to the motor that is actually used.
2)
Values at 100 % of rated speed and torque; includes drive and input transformer.
3)
120/240 V AC for NXGII control
- CPT is an option.
4)
Includes cooling blowers/pumps; largest unit shown.
5)
Maximum installable size per phase.
6)
Please contact the factory or your local Siemens sales representative.
7)
If aluminum transformer is selected drive dimensions may change.
8)
Please refer to page 5/14 for dimension drawings. The letters A to D refer to the particular drawing.

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Description of Options

4/2 Options
4/2 A60 to A63 Motor monitoring
4/2 A67, A68 Power quality monitoring
4/2 B09 Electrical submersible pumps
applications (on request)
4/2 B43 to B45 Production schedules
4/2 D00 to D84 Documentation
4/3 F03 to F97 Drive acceptance tests in
presence of customer
4/4 G21 to G93 Serial communication
4/5 K29 to K34 Control and display
instruments in the door
4/5 K50 Vector control with speed encoder
4/5 K68 to K79 Auxiliary and control voltage
supply
4/6 L03 EMC filter
4/6 L09 Output reactor
4/6 L29 Bidirectional synchronized transfer
4/7 L53 UPS mounted within the drive
4/7 L55 Anti-condensation heating for
cabinet
4/7 M08 to M10 and M38 Mechanical door
interlocks
4/7 M12 Electrical door interlocks
4/7 M35 to M37 Gland plates
4/8 M42 IP42 degree of protection
4/8 M61 Redundant blower
4/8 M64 Drive prepared for duct flange
connection in front
4/8 M67 Version for harsh environment
conditions
4/8 N24 Intermediate arrestors included
4/8 N35 to N38 Controlled outgoing feeder
for auxiliaries 230 V 1 AC or 120 V 1 AC
4/9 T03, T04 Nameplate color and texture
4/9 T74 to T91 Nameplate languages
4/9 U01 Version with UL listing
4/9 U02 Version with CE conformity
4/9 U03 Version with CSA certification
4/9 U10 ProToPS
4/9 U11 Cell bypass
4/9 V01 to V14 Motor voltages
4/10 W41 Drive prepared for air-to-air heat
exchanger
4/10 Y05 Customer-specific nameplate
4/10 Y09 Paint finish other than standard
4/10 Y10 Circuit diagrams with customer-
specific description field
4/10 Y15 Sine-wave filter (on request)

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Description of Options

Description of options

Options
In the following you find a detailed description of the options. To D00 to D84
easily find the required order code and its associated parame- Documentation
ters, the descriptions are sorted alphabetically by order codes
in the paragraphs below. Mutually exclusive options D00 to D84
Documentation
(standard: PDF format in Code D00 D02 D15 D56 D76 D79 D84
A60 to A63 English on CD-ROM)
Motor monitoring
Documentation in German D00
Note: The options A60 to A63 are mutually exclusive.
Select one of them. Circuit diagrams, terminal
diagrams and dimension
Option Description D02
drawings in DXF format,
A60 TEC System RTD monitor (English only)
Basic 8-channel RTD monitor One set of printed
D15
documentation
A61 Multilin 369 motor protection relay
Motor protection/management relay with only 12-channel RTD Documentation in Russian D56
monitoring capability installed
A62 Multilin 369 motor protection relay with metering kit Documentation in English D76
Motor protection/management relay with 12-channel RTD
monitoring plus motor voltage and current capabilities Documentation in
D79
installed Portuguese (Brazil)
A63 Multilin 469 motor protection relay Documentation in Chinese D84
Full featured high-end motor protection/management relay

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with miscellaneous sensors monitoring capability installed
Options can be combined
Options are mutually exclusive
A67 to A69
Power quality monitoring
The standard documentation is supplied in English on CD-ROM.
Option Description The circuit diagrams/terminal diagrams are available only in
A67 Multilin input power quality meter
English.
Multilin power quality meter installed at the input of the drive Note: Please contact the factory or your local Siemens sales rep-
resentative for documentation in a language different from the
A68 Multilin output power quality meter
ones specified below.
Multilin power quality meter installed at the output of the drive
Option Description
D00 Documentation in German
B09 With order code D00, the documentation is supplied in
Electrical submersible pumps applications (on request) German on CD-ROM.
For details please contact the factory or your local Siemens D02 Circuit diagrams, terminal diagrams and dimension
sales representative. drawings in DXF format (English only)
Documents such as circuit diagrams, terminal diagrams, the
B43 to B45 arrangement diagram and the dimension drawing can be
Production schedules ordered with order code D02 in DXF format, e.g. for use in
Mutually exclusive options B43 to B45 AutoCAD systems.
D15 One set of printed documentation (multiple orders
Production schedules Code B43 B44 B45 possible)
If documentation is also required on paper, this must be
Production schedule: ordered using order code D15.
B43
one issue D56 Documentation in Russian
Production schedule: With order code D56, the documentation is supplied in
B44
updated at 2-week intervals Russian on CD-ROM.
Production schedule: D76 Documentation in English
B45
updated once per month If a documentation language other than English is selected
(options D00 or D56 to D84), an additional CD-ROM with
documentation in English as second documentation language
Options are mutually exclusive
can be ordered using order code D76.
Note: If option D15 (one set of printed documentation) is
The options B43 to B45 provide production schedule docu- selected simultaneously, the printed documentation will be
ments. These are sent via E-Mail as PDF file in English after order delivered in the first documentation language only.
clarification. D79 Documentation in Portuguese (Brazil)
Option Description With order code D79, the documentation is supplied in
Portuguese on CD-ROM.
B43 Production schedule: one issue
D84 Documentation in Chinese
B44 Production schedule: updated at 2-week intervals
With order code D84, the documentation is supplied in
B45 Production schedule: updated once per month Chinese on CD-ROM.

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Description of Options

Description of options

Options (continued)
F03 to F97 Additional testing options
Drive acceptance tests in presence of customer
Option Description
Mutually exclusive options F03 to F97
F04 Heat run, unwitnessed
Drive acceptance tests in F05 Heat run, witnessed
Code F03 F73 F77 F79 F97
presence of customer
F06 Heat run with RBR, unwitnessed
Visual acceptance of the drive F03 F07 Heat run with RBR, witnessed

Functional acceptance F12 Calculation of power factor, unwitnessed


F73
(without motor) F14 Measurement of no-load characteristic and determination of
losses and efficiency, unwitnessed
Insulation test F77
F15 Measurement of no-load characteristic and determination of
losses and efficiency, witnessed
Interface check of the drive with
F79
customer equipment (on request) F28 No-load noise measurement, without noise analysis,
unwitnessed
Customer-specific acceptance
F97
(on request, without motor) F29 No-load noise measurement, without noise analysis,
witnessed
Options can be combined F68 Measurement of line harmonics, unwitnessed
Options are mutually exclusive F69 Measurement of line harmonics, witnessed
F72 Function test of converter with inductive load, unwitnessed
Option Description F76 Insulation test of the converter, unwitnessed
F03 Visual acceptance

F73
Open doors/panels; inspection of drive before shipping
Functional acceptance (without motor)
4
Visual acceptance; functional test with inductive load, cooling
system validation.
Option F73 includes option F03 (visual acceptance).
Note: For 6.6 kV drives, the power limit at 2.6 MVA causes the
following restriction:
Either full voltage testing (at reduced current) or full current
testing (at reduced voltage) is possible, but not both at the
same time.
F77 Insulation test
The following is included in the scope of the acceptance tests:
High-voltage test
The insulation resistance is measured
The insulation test can only be ordered in connection with
option F73 (functional acceptance).
F79 Interface check with customer equipment (5 hours,
on request)
For details please contact the factory or your local Siemens
sales representative.
F97 Customer-specific acceptance (on request, without motor)
For details please contact the factory or your local Siemens
sales representative.

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Description of Options

Description of options

Options (continued)
G21 to G93 Various serial communication interfaces can be optionally
Serial communication selected (no more than two total).
Mutually exclusive options G21 to G93 Option Description
Serial com- G G G G G G G G G G G G G21 Modbus Plus interface
Code
munication 21 22 23 26 28 31 32 38 43 46 91 93 Note: If a second Modbus Plus interface is required, select
options G21 and G31.
Modbus Plus
G21
interface G22 Modbus interface
Modbus Software activation of the interface; available without
G22 additional hardware
interface
DeviceNet Note: If a second Modbus interface is required, select options
interface, G23 G22 and G32.
profile 12 G23 DeviceNet interface, profile 12
Control Net Note: If a second DeviceNet interface is required, select
G26 options G23 and G43.
interface
Modbus G26 Control Net interface
Ethernet G28 Note: If a second Control Net interface is required, select
interface options G26 and G46.
Additional G28 Modbus Ethernet interface
Modbus Plus G31
interface Software activation of the interface; available without
additional hardware
Additional Note: If a second Modbus Ethernet interface is required, select
Modbus G32 options G28 and G38.
interface
4 Additional
Modbus
G31
G32
Additional Modbus Plus interface
Additional Modbus interface
G38
Ethernet
interface G38 Additional Modbus Ethernet interface

Additional G43 Additional DeviceNet interface, profile 12


DeviceNet G43 G46 Additional Control Net interface
interface
G91 PROFIBUS DP interface
Additional
Note: If a second PROFIBUS DP interface is required, select
Control Net G46
options G91 and G93.
interface
G93 Addditional PROFIBUS DP interface
PROFIBUS
G91
DP interface
Additional
PROFIBUS G93
DP interface

Options can be combined


Options are mutually exclusive

Number of Anybus modules required for network implementation using NXGII


Network 2 Modbus Plus Modbus DeviceNet Control Net Modbus PROFIBUS DP
Network 1 profile 12 Ethernet

Modbus Plus (G21) 2 2 2 2 2 2


1)
Modbus (G22) 1 1 1 1 1 1
DeviceNet profile 12 (G23) 2 2 2 2 2 2
Control Net (G26) 2 2 2 2 2 2
Modbus Ethernet 2) (G28) 1 1 1 1 1 1
PROFIBUS DP (G91) 2 2 2 2 2 2

1) Network 1 Modbus uses the COM port on the comminications board.


2) Network 1 Modbus Ethernet uses the Ethernet port on CPU card
(additional Ethernet switch is required).

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Description of Options

Description of options

Options (continued)
K29 to K34 K50
Control and display instruments in the door Vector control with speed encoder
Mutually exclusive options K31 to K34 With Option K50, I/O for evaluation of a speed encoder signal is
integrated. For example, this is used in applications that require
Control and display instruments very accurate speed control, especially at low speeds.
Code K31 K32 K33 K34
in the door
Note: Option K50 is applied to speed encoder applications.
Off-Local-Remote Selector K31

Off-Hand-Auto Selector K32 K68 to K79


Auxiliary and control voltage supply
Keyed Off-Local-Remote Selector K33 Mutually exclusive options K68 to K79

Keyed Off-Hand-Auto Selector K34 Auxiliary and control voltage supply Code K68 K69 K79

Connection for control voltage 220/230 V AC


K68
Options are mutually exclusive by customer

Control voltage 120 V AC by Siemens K69


Option Description
Connection for control voltage 120 V AC by
K29 Pushbutton kit K79
customer
With option K29, a pushbutton kit is located on the door panel.
It includes a start and a stop pushbutton, a fault reset button
and a manual speed potentiometer. (Emergency Stop Options are mutually exclusive
pushbutton is standard.)
K31 Off-Local-Remote selector With options K68, K69 and K79, the power source is defined. 4
A three position selector switch mounted on the front of the Select one of them. K69 is the preset value. The internal control
drive. voltage will be 120 V AC in either case.
Note: The options K31 to K34 are mutually exclusive. Select With option K73, you can select a 24 V DC I/O voltage.
one of them.
K32 Off-Hand-Auto selector Option Description
A three position selector switch mounted on the front of the K68 Connection for control voltage 220/230 V AC by customer
drive. Using option K68, the customer will supply control voltage to
Note: The options K31 to K34 are mutually exclusive. Select the drive. The maximum current consumption is 4 A.
one of them.
K69 Control voltage 120 V AC by Siemens
K33 Keyed Off-Local-Remote selector Option K69 includes a CPT (control power transformer) built
A three position selector switch mounted on the front of the into the drive. 120 V AC will be generated internally from the
drive provided with keyed protection. auxilliary supply.
Note: The options K31 and K33 are mutually exclusive. Select K79 Connection for control voltage 120 V AC by customer
one of them.
Using option K79, the customer will control voltage to the
K34 Keyed Off-Hand-Auto selector drive.
A three position selector switch mounted on the front of the K73 I/O signal voltage 24 V DC
drive with keyed protection.
With option K73, 24 V DC is available as Input/Output control
Note: The options K31 to K34 are mutually exclusive. Select signals.
one of them.

Note: Select one of the options K31 to K34. K31 is the preset
value.

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Description of Options

Description of options

Options (continued)
L03 L29
EMC filter Bidirectional synchronized transfer
CE mark drives require an EMC line filter. With option L03, the fil- Option L29 offers automatic synchronization with seamless
ter will be installed downstream from the 3-phase control power transfer of the motor to the line and take-over of the motor from
disconnect switch. Customer input control power cables will be the line. The drive synchronizes the motor to the supply voltage
routed inside the metallic wire-way before being terminated at (phase relation, frequency and amplitude). The motor is subse-
the control power disconnect switch. quently connected in parallel to the line with the S3 circuit-
breaker/contactor before the output-side S2 circuit-breaker/
contactor opens.
L09
Output reactor
For air-cooled units, the output reactor will be housed in a sepa- S1 S3
rate NEMA 3R/IP14 cabinet designed for outdoor installation.
Note: The output reactor is not required for standard drive oper-
ation. It is only needed for certain applications such as synchro-
nous transfer.

G_D012_XX_00024
S2

4 M

Figure 4/1 Circuit-breakers/contactors


Approximately 100 ms pass under consideration of the response
time constants of the two circuit-breakers/contactors (opening
and closing times). Within this period of time the motor is trans-
ferred from the drive to the line. This ensures a bumpless transfer
of the motor to the line.
If the motor is to be subsequently taken from the line and oper-
ated via the drive again, the transfer process is executed in re-
verse order. The drive is first run up in no-load operation and its
output voltage is synchronized to the line voltage in its phase re-
lation, frequency and amplitude. Then circuit-breaker/contactor
S2 is closed before S3 is opened and the motor is isolated from
the line. In this case the motor is taken over bumplessly by the
drive and can either be operated under speed control or shut
down under control. Variable speed operation during running up
and shutting down does not produce any high starting and tran-
sient torques that could damage the drive train or cause e.g.
pressure fluctuations in the process. The S3 circuit-breaker/con-
tactor must be configured to protect the motor against over cur-
rents and over voltages during line operation. If temperature
sensors are fitted in the motor, these must be monitored inde-
pendently (plant-side) during line operation.
An output reactor (option L09) is additionally required for the de-
coupling of the drive output during the commutation process.
Note: The circuit-breakers/contactors are not included in the
scope of delivery. For the dimensioning of the the output reactor
(option L09) and the circuit-breakers/contactors contact the fac-
tory or your local Siemens sales representative. A motor protec-
tion relay should also be considered in the bybass circuit.
Attention: Option L29 is only possible if the drive output voltage
is the same as the line voltage.

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Description of Options

Description of options

Options (continued)
L53 M08 to M10 and M38
UPS mounted within the drive Mechanical door interlocks
In the case of line supply interruptions that cause the power unit With options M08, M09, M10 and M38 the drive is supplied with
to shut down, the down time is reduced by providing a UPS sup- a mechanical door interlock system. These options are mutually
ply to the control section. The UPS is configured for a buffer time exclusive.
of up to 8 min.
Note: One of the options M08 to M10 and M38 is required for
Note: Option L53 is available for GenIIIe and for 120 V AC only. CSA, CE (US).
Option Description
L55 M08 Mechanical door interlock Superior
Anti-condensation heating for cabinet Descripton see option M10.
The anti-condensation heating is recommended at low ambient M09 Mechanical door interlock Kirk
temperatures and high levels of humidity to prevent condensa- Descripton see option M10.
tion. The number of cabinet heaters fitted depends on the num-
ber of cabinet panels (refer to the table). The anti-condensation M10 Mechanical door interlock Castell
heaters are controlled with a thermostat. The safety closing/interlocking system is based on the key
transfer system from Castell. The opened circuit-breaker
Note: The supply voltage for the anti-condensation heating releases the key to the key exchange unit, which in turn
(110 to 240 V AC) must be supplied externally. releases the keys to the drive cabinet doors of the power
section. This ensures that the drive is isolated from the
Drive type Number and power of heaters medium voltage and that the medium voltage is no longer
present in the cabinet.
GenIIIe
M38 Mechanical door interlock Fortress
9 cells 2 heaters, 500 W each
Descripton see option M10.

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12 cells, 2000 to 4000 hp 2 heaters, 500 W each
12 cells, > 5000 hp 3 heaters, 500 W each Note: Options M08, M09, M10 and M38 are mutually exclusive,
M08 is the preset value.
15 cells, 3000 to 4000 hp 3 heaters, 500 W each
15 cells, > 5000 hp 4 heaters, 500 W each
18 cells, 3000 to 4000 hp 3 heaters, 500 W each M12
Electrical door interlocks
18 cells, > 5000 hp 4 heaters, 500 W each
The electrical door interlock system prevents access to the en-
GenIV ergized sections in the drive as long as hazardous voltages are
9 cells, up to 140 A 2 heaters, 500 W each present. This system also prevents the drive from being ener-
9 cells, 200 and 260 A 2 heaters, 500 W each
gized until all doors into the energized sections in the drive are
closed.
12 cells 1) 2 heaters, 500 W each
Note: Option M12 or one of M08, M09, M10 or M38 is required
15 cells 2 heaters, 500 W each for CE marking.

M35 to M37
Gland plates
With options M35, M36 and M37, gland plates can be ordered in
an aluminum (M35), brass (M36) and stainless steel (M37)
version. As standard the gland plates are steel.
The options M35 to M37 are mutually exclusive.
Option Description
M35 Gland plates
aluminium
M36 Gland plates
brass
M37 Gland plates
stainless steel

1) Available soon.

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Description of options

Options (continued)
M42 N24
IP42 degree of protection Intermediate arrestors included
As standard the air-cooled drives are supplied with NEMA 1 With option N24, the drive is delivered with intermediate
compliance. The corresponding standard degree of protection arrestors on the integrated transformer.
for the GenIIIe and GenIV drives is IP21.
With option M42, the degree of protection for the air-cooled
GenIIIe and GenIV drives can be enhanced over the standard N35 to N38
offering (NEMA 1 or IP21). Controlled outgoing feeder for auxiliaries
230 V 1 AC or 120 V 1 AC
Mutually exclusive options N35 to N38
M61
Redundant blower Control of auxiliaries Code N35 N36 N37 N38
To improve system availability, an additional blower is added to
the drive. If a blower within the drive cabinet fails, the redundant Controlled outgoing feeder,
N35
230 or 120 V 1 AC, max. 1.2 kW
blower is activated by the drive control system preventing the
drive from tripping. This prevents production down times or in- Controlled outgoing feeder,
N36
terruptions. Replacement of the faulty blower can be postponed 230 or 120 V 1 AC, max. 2.2 kW
until the next scheduled shutdown. Controlled outgoing feeder,
N37
Note: Option M61 is included by the option U10 (ProToPS). 230 or 120 V 1 AC, max. 3.5 kW
Controlled outgoing feeder,
N38
230 or 120 V 1 AC, max. 4.5 kW
M64
Drive prepared for duct flange connection in front Options are mutually exclusive
4 With option M64, the drive is prepared for connection to an
external exhaust air system to the front of the blower assembly. A controlled outgoing feeder protected by miniature circuit-
This option is applicable when the customer is providing breakers is available in the converter for controlling external aux-
external exhaust ducting at the output of the blower to carry the iliaries, e.g. the anti-condensation heating for the motor. The volt-
hot air blowing out of the drive cabinet outside the room. age supply required for the drive, e.g. for the anti-condensation
heating, must be provided externally. Depending on the power
When configuring the exhaust air ducts for the drive ventilation that is required, four different outgoing feeders are available.
system, it is essential to ensure that the air flow rates stipulated
in the technical data are observed. The pressure drop between The contactor is switched off with the ON command at the
the air inlet and air outlet of the drive is different for different converter and switched on with the OFF command.
versions. The additional pressure drop due to the external
exhaust air system must not be lower than 0 Pa and higher than Option Description
50 Pa. N35 Controlled outgoing feeder for auxiliaries
Attention: 230 V 1 AC 50 Hz, max. 1.2 kW or
120 V 1 AC 60 Hz, max. 0.7 kW
Note the following regarding the connection of an external air N36 Controlled outgoing feeder for auxiliaries
duct:
230 V 1 AC 50 Hz, max. 2.2 kW or
For changing the blowers, suitable openings have to be 120 V 1 AC 60 Hz, max. 1.2 kW
provided in the air duct.
N37 Controlled outgoing feeder for auxiliaries
It has to be assured that the cabinet doors can be
230 V 1 AC 50 Hz, max. 3.5 kW or
opened/closed after mounting the air duct. 120 V 1 AC 60 Hz, max. 1.8 kW
Note: Selection of option M64 can affect the values for sound N38 Controlled outgoing feeder for auxiliaries
pressure level depending on the design of the exhaust air 230 V 1 AC 50 Hz, max. 4.5 kW or
system. 120 V 1 AC 60 Hz, max. 2.4 kW
For more implementation details on option M64, please contact Note: For GenIV drives, select one of the options N35 to N38; the
the factory or your local Siemens sales representative. preset value is N35.

M67
Version for harsh environment conditions
With option M67, the drive can be equipped for harsh environ-
ment conditions (high humidity, tropical or seaside location).
This is not a marine certification compliant option.
Measures comprise:
Aluminum parts coated or anodized
Galvanized parts coated or replaced with stainless steel parts
Double vacuum pressure impregnation (VPI) of the
transformer
Paint finish for tropical conditions
Coated printed circuit boards

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Description of options

Options (continued)
T03, T04 U10
Nameplate color and texture ProToPS
Option Description Mutually exclusive options U10 to U11
T03 White letters with black core
(standard: black letters, white core) Availability Code U10 U11
T04 Stainless steel (standard: phenolic)
ProToPS U10

T74 to T91 Cell bypass U11


Nameplate languages
Mutually exclusive options T74 to T91 Options are mutually exclusive

Nameplate language Code T74 T82 T85 T91 With option U10, the control system Process Tolerant Protection
Strategy (ProToPS) is integrated a groundbreaking process
English/German T74 control system available exclusively from Siemens. Instead of
tripping the drive and automatically shutting down the system
English/Portuguese (Brazil) T82 due to a malfunction, ProToPS provides a hierarchical system of
warnings in advance of potential drive system trip. This control
strategy allows time to evaluate the situation and respond appro-
English/Russian T85 priately to avoid a system shutdown.
Note: Option U10 includes the options U11 (cell bypass) and
English/Chinese T91
M61 (redundant blower on the air-cooled units only).

Options are mutually exclusive


Note: Contact the factory or your local Siemens sales represen-
tative for option U10. 4
Nameplates can be supplied in two languages. The following
order codes provide a list of available languages. U11
Cell bypass
Note: Please contact the factory or your local Siemens sales
representative for languages different from the ones specified With option U11, the drive system will automatically continue to
below. operate uninterrupted if one or more cells has a fault. The con-
tinuous current rating is maintained with faulted cells but at a re-
Option Description duced voltage. This is a recommended option for critical pro-
cesses. Faulted cells can then be replaced at a convenient
T74 English/German
planned maintenance window.
T82 English/Portuguese (Brazil)
Note: Option U11 is included by the option U10 (ProToPS).
T85 English/Russian
T91 English/Chinese
V01 to V14
Motor voltages
U01 With the options V01 to V14, the motor voltage can be selected.
Version with UL listing These options are mutually exclusive. Select one of them.
With option U01, a drive version for the North American market
Option Motor voltage
is supplied. It is approved and listed by the Underwriter
Laboratories (UL). V01 2.3 kV
Note: Option U01 includes option M08 (mechanical door V02 2.4 kV
interlocks Superior). V03 3.0 kV
V04 3.3 kV
U02 V05 4.0 kV
Version with CE conformity V06 4.16 kV
With option U02, a drive version with CE conformity is supplied. V07 4.8 kV
Note: Option U02 includes options L03 (EMC filter) and M08 V08 5.0 kV
(mechanical door interlocks Superior). V09 5.5 kV
V10 6.0 kV
U03 V11 6.3 kV
Version with CSA certification V12 6.6 kV
With option U03, a drive version certified by the Canadian V13 6.9 kV
Standards Association (CSA) is supplied.
V14 7.2 kV
Note: Option U03 includes option M08
(mechanical door interlocks Superior).

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Description of options

Options (continued)
W41
Drive prepared for air-to-air heat exchanger (on request)
For details please contact the factory or your local Siemens
sales representative.

Y05
Customer-specific nameplate
As standard the nameplate shows the rated data of the drive
under nominal conditions.
If data on the nameplate should be adapted to special ambient
conditions (temperature, altitude) or should reflect special load
conditions (e.g. derating because of operation at low frequency)
the option Y05 must be selected.
Information to be supplied:
Altitude
Coolant temperature
Rated voltage
Rated current
Rated power

4 Y09
Paint finish other than standard
As standard the drives are supplied with ANSI 61 paint finish. A
special color must be specified in plain text when ordering.

Y10
Circuit diagrams with customer-specific description field
The circuit diagrams are given customer-specific headers. The
data for the header must be specified in plain text (up to three
lines of 45 characters per line).

Y15
Sine-wave filter (on request)
For details please contact the factory or your local Siemens
sales representative.

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Engineering Information

5/2 Tools
5/2 NXGII ToolSuite
5/3 SinaSave

5/3 Accessories
5/3 Cell lifter

5/4 Control overview


5/4 Control features
5/4 Drive input protection
5/5 Speed and torque control

5/6 Output voltage and current


5/6 Output voltage characteristics
5/6 Output current
5/7 Output voltage capability

5/8 Interfaces
5/8 Overview
5/8 Standard input/output assignments

5/11 Operator panel

5/12 Scope of delivery

5/13 Dimension drawings

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Tools

Overview
NXGII ToolSuite Control (only if enabled by SOP)
The NXGII ToolSuite is a PC-based high-level Graphical User Manual start button
Interface (GUI) application that integrates various software tools Stop button
used for NXGII based drives. ToolSuite, equipped with the Fault reset button
Microsoft Windows Operating System, allows navigation through
a drives features by using a PC and a mouse or by using a touch Drive Tool
screen (instead of an operator panel) allowing you to monitor
and control that drives functions quickly and easily. The NXGII Its purpose is to manage all of the drive features and provide the
Control and the PC running the NXGII ToolSuite software, inter- user with a user-friendly view of the drive.
face with one another using Ethernet and TCP/IP protocol. Tool- The Drive Tools main features include:
Suite contains the following tools: Drive Tool, Debug Tool, and Drive configuration
SOP Utilities.
Drive variable graphing
Configuration
Drive status (provides real time status of various parameters,
Multilevel password to limit access measured values, and calculations)
- Passwords same as used in drive
Debug Tool
Folders for each drive configuration category (i.e., VFD Menu
system) This application provides a remote graphical user interface for
- Icon colors to indicate default and modified parameter Siemens medium-voltage ROBICON Perfect Harmony NXGII se-
values ries drives. With the Debug Tool, the user can examine drive vari-
- On screen parameter identifier (matches operator panel IDs ables using a PC and a mouse, in a simple and quick manner.
for speed menus) The debug utility is intended for use during test, commissioning,
- Parameter editing assisted by minimum/maximum limits and and troubleshooting of the drive.
defaults
SOP Utilities
Ability to upload logs, parameters, system program
The System Program is the logic that maps the external I/O into
Ability to download system program and/or configuration data the functionality of the drive. In its simplest form, it just maps
files internal states to external points. In more complex forms, addi-
Graphing tional complex logic, in the form of Boolean logic, as well as
Adjustable time scale timers, counters, and comparators, express the system function-
ality to the drive.
Predefined variable list to select variable to be graphed
The SOP Utilities is a group of utilities under the ToolSuite um-
Graph up to 10 variables brella program. It performs most of the functionality on the PC
Individual variable offsets running the ToolSuite, but has serial communications capability

5 Individual variable scaling


Customizable graphics fonts, color, styles
for uploading and downloading the System Program directly to
the drive via an RS232 interface between the drive and the PC.
The purpose of the SOP Utilities Tool is to convert logic state-
Freeze graphics ments in the form of Sum-Of-Products (SOP) notation into a form
Freeze graph on fault of machine-recognizable code that is run under the built-in drive
SOP interpreter.
Freeze on selectable trigger
Zoom graph
Printable graphics
Exportable graphics
Status
Programmable display variables
Pick list selectable variables, same as drive operator panel
display list
First 4 synchronized to operator panel display
Fault and alarm indicators (traffic lights: red = fault,
yellow = alarm, green = none)

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Overview (continued)
SinaSave In addition to high-efficiency motors (IE2) SinaSave also in-
cludes low-voltage and medium-voltage frequency drives,
which are predestined for pump and fan application.
Further, the motor side has been supplemented by a new feature
that takes into consideration the mechanical system. High-
torque motors have also been recently integrated. User-friendly
functions such as an automatic update function, an up-to-date
currency table and improved functions (e.g. sending pdfs by
e-mail) round-off the functionality of this energy-saving tool.
Additional information
Additional information on services relating to energy-saving
topics is provided on the Internet:
www.siemens.com/sinasave
www.siemens.com/energy-saving

Accessories
You can philosophize as much as you like about potential cost Cell lifter
saving but the SinaSave software tool supplies the facts:
The power cells of the ROBICON Perfect Harmony drives can be
Based on characteristic plant values, SinaSave calculates the replaced as a unit. To replace, the entire power cell must be ex-
possible cost-saving potential for the specific application. A tracted from the drive and transported on a cell lifter. There are
payback time is obtained from the monthly overall saving of the different versions of the cell lifter available, suitable for the the
application and the purchase and installation costs for the motor ROBICON Perfect Harmony air-cooled drives (GenIIIe and
or frequency drive. This payback time is frequently just a few GenIV).
months.
Cell lifter data
Function
GenIV GenIIIe
SinaSave is designed to select an energy-efficient motor for line
operation or a frequency drive for variable-speed and therefore Carrying lb 308 308
energy-saving operation. capacity
kg 140 140
For line operation, the tool can calculate the cost savings as well Highest in 81 81
as the payback time for Siemens energy-saving motors, class platform

5
position mm 2050 2050
IE2 or NEMA Premium using three comparison cases: In com-
parison to IE1 or EPAct motors, individually selected and known Order number 6SR0960-0SA30-0AA0 6SR0960-0SA30-0AA0
motors or in comparison to known motors when investigating a
complete plant.
For drive operation, SinaSave takes into account all of the nec-
essary plant or system-specific parameters as well as the values
required for the process; these include, for example, the flow
rate for pumps, the specific density of the medium being trans-
ported and the efficiency of the fluid flow machines of the com-
plete plant. Additional basic data that the program requires
includes the number of working days and work shifts as well as
the pumping profile over a day and a year, which are decisive for
the energy-saving impact.
Using the plant-specific data, the program selects the optimum
drive system, calculates the price of a suitable frequency drive
and determines the energy requirements of the variable-speed
drive system when compared to all of the alternative concepts
that could be possibly considered.

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Control overview

Mode of operation
Control features
The following table provides a summary of the performance
offered by the ROBICON Perfect Harmony drives with NXGII
control.
Overview of control features
Feature Description
Output frequency 0 ... 300 Hz 1); above 167 Hz, current derating is required
Modulation Multi-level PWM
Ride-through Medium-voltage ride-through: > 5 cycles
Control power ride-through with UPS: > 5 cycles
Spinning load Instantaneous mode: allows fast bypass
Frequency scan mode: performed after residual motor voltage has collapsed
Induction motor control V/Hz for parallel motors (VHz)
Open-loop vector control for induction motors (OLVC)
Closed-loop vector control for induction motors (CLVC)
Synchronous motor control Open-loop vector control for synchronous motors (OSMC)
Closed-loop vector control for synchronous motors (CSMC)
Emergency Stop category Emergency stop category 0 is set as standard for an uncontrolled shutdown.
The function includes voltage disconnection of the drive output by opening the circuit-breaker.
Consequently the motor coasts down.
Energy saver Single parameter driven (for induction motors only)
Braking Inverse speed (max. braking torque is approx. 0.3 % at full speed)
Dual frequency (typical braking torque at full speed is 7.5 %)
Auto tuning Available for induction motors as long as the drive rating is higher than 67 % of the motor
Transparent cell bypass 500 ms downtime with redundant cells; without redundant cells, the downtime depends on the motor open cir-
(option U11) cuit time constant
Synchronous transfer Closed synchronous transfer available for induction and synchronous motors 2)
(option L29)
5 Voltage minimum boost Not implemented; as an alternate, automatic resistance compensation is available in
OLVC/CLVC/OSMC/CSMC control modes (also see description for flux attenuation shaping)
Flux attenuation shaping Not implemented; a simple (single parameter function) implementation is available
Zero speed control Not implemented

Drive input protection One cycle protection


(or excessive input reactive current detection)
ROBICON Perfect Harmony utilizes software functions to detect
abnormal conditions due to an internal drive failure and thus pro- NXGII control utilizes the reactive component of the drive input
vides protection to the drive. Below you find a description of current to determine whether a "low impedance" fault on the sec-
some routines that are implemented in NXGII control for drive ondary side of the transformer has occurred. For example, a
protection. short-circuit in one of the secondary windings will result in poor
power factor on the high-voltage side of the transformer. A soft-
Faults within the drive can be categorized into two types "low ware model of the transformer is used to predict the reactive
impedance" (with high current) and "high impedance" (with low component of primary current based on the known load. An
current) faults. A "low impedance" fault within the drive or the alarm and trip are generated when the actual reactive current
secondary side of the transformer would result in a significant exceeds this prediction based on an inverse time curve. Further
reactive current on the primary side. The "one cycle protection" information on this curve and the time to trip is provided below.
(or excessive input reactive current detection) is implemented to This event will normally cause the input disconnect device to
detect such types of faults. A "high impedance" fault within the open. The one cycle protection is defeated during the first
drive would result in low current that is difficult to detect on the 0.25 seconds after primary voltage is applied, to allow trans-
primary side of the transformer but will result in measurable former saturation inrush to decay.
losses that can be used to sense the condition. The "excessive
drive losses protection" allows the detection of such faults.
The level of currents detected by these functions cannot be eas-
ily detected and may be insufficient to activate the main primary
protection. Hence the fault signals issued by these routines
should be used with suitable interlocking, via a relay output
and/or serial communication, to disconnect medium-voltage
from the drive input.

1) 2)
Although 0 Hz can be produced by the drive, torque production is limited Synchronous transfer applications with synchronous motors would require
at low output frequencies. a PLC to manage the exciter control.

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Control overview

Mode of operation (continued)


Excessive drive losses protection Speed and torque control
The excessive drive losses protection uses drive losses to Feature V/Hz Open-loop Closed-loop
protect the drive against "high impedance" fault conditions. The control vector vector
drive losses are calculated as the difference between the mea- control control
sured input and output powers, and compared against refer- Speed range 40:1 100:1 200:1
ence losses. Once the threshold is exceeded, a fault is issued (for 100 % holding torque
and the drive trips based on an inverse time curve. and 150 % starting torque)
During the idle state if the drive losses exceeds the idle thresh- Torque regulation n/a 2% 2%
old by 1 to 2 % the control will issue a command to open the (% of rated)
input breaker within 250 ms. Such a fast response will greatly Torque linearity n/a 5% <5%
reduce the adverse effect of a "high impedance" fault on the (% of rated)
drive system.
Torque response 1) n/a > 750 rad/s > 750 rad/s
Speed regulation Motor slip 0.5 % 2) 0.1 % 3)
(% of rated)
Speed response 4) 20 rad/s 20 rad/s > 20 rad/s 5)
Torque pulsation < 1.0 % < 1.0 % < 1.0 %
(% of rated)
6)
without overmodulation
Torque pulsation < 3.5 % < 3.5 % < 3.5 %
(% of rated)
with overmodulation 6)

Note
Applications that require lower than 1 % speed operation under
high load torque should use the CLVC mode. In such cases it is
preferable to select a motor that has high full-load slip (> 1.0 %)
and high breakdown torque.

1) 6)
Torque response values are valid for drive without an output filter. Tuning ROBICON Perfect Harmony drives when not operated in overmodulation,
may be required to achieve these values. will have torque pulsation amplitudes of less than 1 % as listed in the
2)
Approx. 0.3 % speed error is typical. Worst-case speed error is equal to above table. For a drive drive operating in overmodulation the torque pul-
approximately 30 % of rated motor slip. sation is higher at the 6th harmonic frequency (i.e. 6f component) which is
3)
introduced only in the speed range of 95 to 100 % of rated. Torque pulsa-
0.1 % can be achieved with a 1024 PPR encoder. Speed accuracy tions at all other frequencies are under 1 % of rated. Refer to pages 5/6,
depends on the encoder PPR. 5/7 for more information on the cell voltage and drive output voltage ratings
4) that will operate with overmodulation.
Speed response numbers apply as long as torque limit is not reached.
5)
Testing is required to determine exact value.

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Output voltage and current

Function
Output voltage characteristics
Output voltage Harmonic voltage factor as a function of ranks with 690 V cells
(GenIIIe)
Quantity Value
Distortion at rated voltage without overmodulation: 2 % Number of cells Output voltage HVF
(as a % of rated output voltage) (for the first 20 harmonics) kV
with overmodulation: 3 % 1) 9 2.40 0.019
(for the first 20 harmonics)
9 3.30 0.017
Unbalance 1%
(as a % of rated output voltage) 12 4.16 0.009

dV/dt 2) < 1000 V/s for GenIIIe 12 4.80 0.010


< 3000 V/s for GenIV 15 6.00 0.007
Harmonic voltage factor (HVF) 3) < 0.02 for drives with number of 18 6.60/6.90 0.005
cells 9
< 0.035 for drives with number
of cells = 6
Output current
Quantity Value
Harmonic voltage factor as a function of ranks with 750 V cells
DC component 1%
(GenIV)
(as a % of rated output current)
Number of cells Output voltage HVF Distortion or THD 5) 6) without overmodulation: 3 %
kV (as a % of rated output current; with overmodulation: 4.5 %
when motor and drive ratings are
9 4.16 4) 0.019 equal and the motor leakage
12 7) 4.80 0.012 reactance is 16 % or higher)

15 6.00 0.008
15 6.60 0.007
18 7.20 0.006
18 8.00 0.005
21 9.20 0.004

5
24 10.00 0.004

1) 4)
See also footnote 4) of the following table. Note: Although overmodulation is allowed with all GenIV drives, only those
2)
Although output dV/dt values are high, the control ensures that only one with this cell count and this rated output voltage will operate in overmodu-
cell switches at a particular instant. The magnitude of voltage steps lation in the 95 to 100 % speed range. Higher output voltage and current
applied to the motor are thus smaller than the rated voltage (and equal to harmonic components at 5th and 7th harmonic frequencies will exist as
the DC-bus voltage of a single cell), which limits the stress on the insulation reflected in the THD and torque pulsation values.
5)
of the first few turns (of the motor winding). The output current distortion limit of 3 % is valid for drives with number of
3)
NEMA MG 1, Part 30, suggests that no motor derating is required when the cells 9 and no overmodulation. As the number of cells increases, the
inverter voltage waveform has a HVF value that is less than 0.03. HVF is current distortion decreases to below 2 % for 18 cell drives with a typical
defined as: motor.


6)
Most motors have a leakage reactance that is greater than 16 %. Output
 V2 current distortion is inversely proportional to motor leakage reactance, i.e.
n
HVF = as motor leakage reactance decreases, output current distortion
n increases.
n5 7)
Available soon.
where, Vn is the harmonic amplitude in per-unit, and n is the harmonic
order (= ratio of harmonic frequency to fundamental frequency). All Perfect
Harmony configurations (with 9 cells or more) meet this requirement.
Therefore, heating due to switching harmonics is negligible and no motor
derating is needed.

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Output voltage and current

Function (continued)
Output voltage capability
Input under-voltage rollback With all cells operating
In the event that the input voltage falls below 90 %, the attached The maximum output voltage of the drive in terms of the number
description provides details of drive limitations. of ranks and the secondary-side cell voltage is given as:
When the input line voltage drops below 90 % of its rated value, Vcell_rating Tap_setting Vinput
the drive limits the amount of power (and hence the torque) that Vout = 1.78 N
Vinput_rated
can be delivered to the load. The maximum allowable drive
power as a function of line voltage is shown in the figure below. where,
At 66 % input voltage, the maximum drive power is limited to N = number of ranks in drive
50 % and is quickly reduced to a slightly negative value (regen (or total number of cells = 3*N)
limit) at 65 %. This limit forces the drive to absorb power from the Vcell rating = 630, 690, or 750 V (depending on design)
motor and maintain the (power cell) DC-bus voltages in case the Vinput = actual input line voltage
input voltage recovers during MV ride-through. The limit is imple- Vinput rated = rated drive input voltage
mented as an inverse function of speed in order to maintain con- Tap_Setting = 1.00 (for 0 % tap), 0.95 (for +5 % tap) or
stant power flow to the (cell) DC-bus. 1.05 (for 5 % tap)
The above formula is valid for all air-cooled drives.
Output voltage capability must be calculated based on worst-
105
100 case line voltage (minimum value).
With overmodulation (for 750 V cells only)
Pmax

% When overmodulation is used in the control for additional voltage


capability, the maximum output voltage increases by 5 %.
50 Note:
Overmodulation is not advised to be used. However, in excep-
tional cases overmodulation can be utilized but only after con-
sulting the factory or your local Siemens sales representative.
G_D015_EN_00012

Example of calculating output voltage capability


0 Consider a drive with 18 cells, each rated for 690 V. The maxi-
Regen limit mum output voltage that can be delivered on the +5 % tap with
65 66 % 90 rated line voltage is (with N = 6 and Vcell = 690):
Erms max

5
Vout = 1.78 6 690 V 0.95 1.0 = 7000 V
Drive power (Pmax) as a function of input voltage magnitude (Erms) where 1.0 is the ratio of actual to rated line voltage.
Once the input voltage falls below 65 %, the drive reduces out-
put power to a slightly negative value and maintains synchro-
nism with the motor for a period greater than five cycles. Once
input voltage is restored, the drive begins by magnetizing the
motor and then continues with torque production. There is no
delay in drive restart.
If input voltage is not restored after five cycles the drive main-
tains synchronism with the motor as long as the power cells can
operate without input power or as long as there is motor voltage
(to synchronize to). Once operation of any power cell stops or if
motor voltage decays significantly, the drive trips on a loss of
input medium-voltage.

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Interfaces

Configuration
Overview I/O WAGO modules
The air-cooled ROBICON Perfect Harmony drive has a common WAGO is an off the shelf solution for interfacing digital and
control system namely NXGII. This control system offers digital analog I/O to the NXGII controller via Modbus protocol. The table
and analog input and output capabilities through the use of the I/O below shows some of the WAGO modules used in the GenIIIe
breakout board and the I/O WAGO modules. The GenIV drive series drive.
series uses the I/O breakout board while the GenIIIe drive series
uses both, the I/O breakout board and the I/O WAGO modules. WAGO modules characteristics

I/O breakout board Signal type Channels Configuration


Digital inputs 1 ... 2 120 V AC
This board consists of 20 digital inputs, 16 digital outputs, 1 ... 4 24 V DC
3 analog inputs and 2 analog outputs. The following table shows
the main characteristics of the I/O breakout board. Digital outputs 1 ... 2 relay output,
rated 250 V AC at 1 A or
I/O breakout board characteristics 40 V DC at 1 A

Signal type Quantity Configuration Analog inputs 1 ... 2 4 ... 20 mA


1 ... 2 0 ... 10 V DC
Digital inputs 20 120 V AC or 24 V DC
Analog outputs 1 ... 2 4 ... 20 mA
Digital outputs 16 Dry form "C" contacts,
rated 250 V AC at 1 A or
30 V DC at 1 A
Analog inputs 3 4 ... 20 mA or
0 ... 10 V DC
Analog outputs 2 4 ... 20 mA

Standard input/output assigments


The following tables provide an overview of the preassignment
function of interfaces in the standard versions of GenIV and
GenIIIe drives.
GenIV, I/O Assignments
Signal name Function
GenIV Nine cells Twelve cells 1) Fifteen cells
5 I/O breakout board digital input signals
Internal digital input 0A Remote inhibit Remote inhibit Remote inhibit
Internal digital input 1A Remote start Remote start Remote start
Internal digital input 2A Remote stop Remote stop Remote stop
Internal digital input 3A Remote fault reset Remote fault reset Remote fault reset
Internal digital input 0B SW1-off SW1-off SW1-off
Internal digital input 1B SW1-remote/auto SW1-remote/auto SW1-remote/auto
Internal digital input 2B Output reactor winding tempera- SPARE SPARE
ture, high (else SPARE)
Internal digital input 3B Output reactor winding tempera- SPARE SPARE
ture, high-high (else SPARE)
Internal digital input 0C SPARE SPARE SPARE
Internal digital input 1C SPARE SPARE SPARE
Internal digital input 2C SPARE SPARE SPARE
Internal digital input 3C Transformer air flow temperature, Transformer air flow temperature, Transformer air flow temperature,
high high high
Internal digital input 0D Transformer air flow temperature, Transformer air flow temperature, Transformer air flow temperature,
high-high high-high high-high
Internal digital input 1D Cooling blower 1 (BLW1) O.K. Cooling blower 1 (BLW1) O.K. Cooling blower 1 (TBLW1) O.K.
Internal digital input 2D Redundant cooling blower 2 Cooling blower 2 (BLW2) O.K. Cooling blower 2 (CBLW1) O.K.
(BLW2) O.K. (optional)
Internal digital input 3D SPARE Redundant cooling blower 3 Redundant cooling blower 1R
(BLW3) O.K. (TBLW2) O.K.
Internal digital input 0E SPARE SPARE Redundant cooling blower 2R
(CBLW2) O.K.
Internal digital input 1E SPARE SPARE SPARE
Internal digital input 2E SPARE SPARE SPARE
Internal digital input 3E Latch fault relay (LFR) feedback Latch fault relay (LFR) feedback Latch fault relay (LFR) feedback
1) Available soon.

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Interfaces

Configuration (continued)
Signal name Function
GenIV Nine cells Twelve cells 1) Fifteen cells
I/O breakout board digital output signals
Internal digital output 0 Speed demand in local at VFD Speed demand in local at VFD Speed demand in local at VFD
Internal digital output 1 Drive ready to run Drive ready to run Drive ready to run
Internal digital output 2 Drive running Drive running Drive running
Internal digital output 3 Drive alarm Drive alarm Drive alarm
Internal digital output 4 Drive fault Drive fault Drive fault
Internal digital output 5 ProToPS, process alarm ProToPS, process alarm ProToPS, process alarm
(else SPARE) (else SPARE) (else SPARE)
Internal digital output 6 ProToPS, process trip alarm ProToPS, process trip alarm ProToPS, process trip alarm
(else SPARE) (else SPARE) (else SPARE)
Internal digital output 7 SPARE SPARE SPARE
Internal digital output 8 Cooling blower 1 (BLW1) starter Cooling blower 1 (BLW1) starter Cooling blower 1 (TBLW1) starter
Internal digital output 9 Redundant cooling blower 2 Cooling blower 2 (BLW2) starter Cooling blower 2 (CBLW1) starter
(BLW2) starter (optional)
Internal digital output 10 SPARE Redundant cooling blower 3 Redundant cooling blower 1R
(BLW3) starter (optional) (TBLW2) starter (optional)
Internal digital output 11 SPARE SPARE Redundant cooling blower 2R
(CBLW2) starter (optional)
Internal digital output 12 SPARE SPARE SPARE
Internal digital output 13 SPARE SPARE SPARE
Internal digital output 14 Coordinated input protection Coordinated input protection Coordinated input protection
scheme scheme scheme
Internal digital output 15 Latch fault relay (LFR), set pulse Latch fault relay (LFR), set pulse Latch fault relay (LFR), set pulse
I/O breakout board analog input signals
Internal analog input 1 Remote speed demand, Remote speed demand, Remote speed demand,
4 ... 20 mA 4 ... 20 mA 4 .... 20 mA
Internal analog input 2
Internal analog input 3
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
5
I/O breakout board analog output signals
Internal analog output 1 Motor speed, 4 ... 20 mA Motor speed, 4 ... 20 mA Motor speed, 4 ... 20 mA
Internal analog output 2 Motor torque, 4 ... 20 mA Motor torque, 4 ... 20 mA Motor torque, 4 ... 20 mA

1) Available soon.

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Configuration (continued)
GenIIIe, nine to eighteen cell I/O assignments
Signal name Function Signal name Function
GenIIIe Nine to eighteen cells GenIIIe Nine to eighteen cells
I/O breakout board digital input signals I/O breakout board digital output signals
Internal digital input 0A Remote inhibit Internal digital output 0 Speed demand in local at VFD
Internal digital input 1A Remote start Internal digital output 1 Drive ready to run
Internal digital input 2A Remote stop Internal digital output 2 Drive running
Internal digital input 3A Remote fault reset Internal digital output 3 Drive alarm
Internal digital input 0B Local mode Internal digital output 4 Drive fault
Internal digital input 1B Remote mode Internal digital output 5 Process alarm (ProToPS) (else SPARE)
Internal digital input 2B Up transfer request (else SPARE) Internal digital output 6 Process trip alarm (ProToPS)
(else SPARE)
Internal digital input 3B Line contactor acknowledge
(else SPARE) Internal digital output 7 SPARE
Internal digital input 0C Down transfer request (else SPARE) Internal digital output 8 Cooling blower 1 (TBLW1) starter
Internal digital input 1C VFD contactor acknowledge Internal digital output 9 Cooling blower 2 (TBLW2) starter
(else SPARE)
Internal digital output 10 Cooling blower 3 (TBLW3) starter
Internal digital input 2C Voltage monitoring relay (else SPARE)
Internal digital output 11 Cooling blower 1 (CBLW1) starter
Internal digital input 3C Transformer thermal switch 170 deg C
Internal digital output 12 Cooling blower 2 (CBLW2) starter
Internal digital input 0D Transformer thermal switch 190 deg C
Internal digital output 13 Cooling blower 3 (CBLW3) starter
Internal digital input 1D Cooling blower 1 (TBLW1) O.K.
Internal digital output 14 Coordinated input protection scheme
Internal digital input 2D Cooling blower 2 (TBLW2) O.K. MV enable
Internal digital input 3D Cooling blower 3 (TBLW3) O.K. Internal digital output 15 Latch fault relay (LFR), set pulse
(redundant) (else SPARE)
WAGO digital output signals
Internal digital input 0E Cooling blower 1 (CBLW1) O.K.
External digital output 01A Down transfer permit (else SPARE)
Internal digital input 1E Cooling blower 2 (CBLW2) O.K.
External digital output 01B Down transfer complete (else SPARE)
Internal digital input 2E Cooling blower 3 (CBLW3) O.K.
(redundant) (else SPARE) External digital output 01C Up transfer permit (else SPARE)

5 Internal digital input 3E Latch fault relay (LFR) feedback External digital output 01D
External digital output 01E
Up transfer complete (else SPARE)
Line contactor unlatch (else SPARE)
WAGO Digital Inputs Signals
External digital input 01A Start pushbutton (else SPARE) External digital output 01F Spare output (else SPARE)

External digital input 01B Stop pushbutton (else SPARE) I/O breakout board analog input signals

External digital input 01C Fault reset pushbutton (else SPARE) Internal analog input 1 Remote speed demand, 4 ... 20 mA

External digital input 01D MPM trip Internal analog input 2 Speed potentiometer 0 ... 10 V or
4 ... 20 mA
External digital input 01E SPARE
Internal analog input 3 SPARE
External digital input 01F SPARE
WAGO analog input signals
External digital input 01G 1) SPARE
External analog input 1 SPARE
External digital input 01H 1) SPARE
External analog input 2 SPARE
I/O breakout board analog output signals
Internal analog output 1 Motor speed, 4 ... 20 mA
Internal analog output 2 Motor torque, 4 ... 20 mA
WAGO analog output signals
External analog output 1 SPARE, 4 ... 20 mA
External analog output 2 SPARE, 4 ... 20 mA

1) Note: This digital input signal is not present in the case of 24 V DC


systems.

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Engineering Information

Operator panel

Overview
The ROBICON Perfect Harmony drive series contains a user- One of the most important functions of the operator panel is
friendly operator panel. This operator panel is located on the parameter monitoring. Below you find a reduced list of parame-
front of the control cabinet for operation, monitoring and com- ters that can be monitored by using the operator panel:
missioning of the drive. The operator panel is illustrated in figure Input voltage in V
below.
Input voltage harmonics (one at a time)
Input current in A
Input current harmonics (one at a time)
Input power factor
Input power in kW
Input reactive power in kVAR
Input energy in kWh
Input phase sequence
Loss of phase
Low voltage
Transformer overload
Output power in kW
Output energy in kWh
Output current in A
Output voltage in V
VFD efficiency
Motor torque in Nm
Motor speed in rpm
Motor slip in %
Drive output frequency in Hz
The operator panel of the ROBICON Perfect Harmony drive series Magnetizing current in A
The operator panel offers the following features and characteris- Torque current in A
tics: Motor flux in Wb
LCD display (2 x 24 characters).
LEDs for displaying operational status. 5
Numerical keypad to enter set points or parameter values
Automatic key set the drive in automatic mode
Manual start key enables the operator to control the drive from
the operator panel
Manual stop key to shut down the drive in a controlled manner
Security access code for safe operation

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Scope of delivery

Overview
The standard scope of delivery of the ROBICON Perfect Har-
mony comprises:
Basic units
The basic unit of each ROBICON Perfect Harmony product-line
consists of the following:
Input cabinet
Transformer cabinet
Cell cabinet
Control cabinet
Output Cabinet
Items not included in the standard scope of delivery
The following items are not included in the standard scope of
delivery:
Cables, lugs and glands
Isolators, contactors or circuit-breakers (optionally available),
Make-proof grounding switch (optionally available)
Motors
Cable runways or cable ducts
Harmonic filters
Harmonic analysis
Torsional analysis
Erection work
Commissioning
Acceptance test with experts for the complete drive system
Note: Documentation see chapter 6.

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Dimension drawings

Dimension drawings

G_D015_XX_00015

G_D015_XX_00016
GenIV for motor voltages 2.3/2.4/3.3/4.0/4.16 kV: dimension drawing A GenIV for motor voltages 4.6/4.8 kV: dimension drawing B

G_D015_XX_00017

GenIV for motor voltages 6.0/6.6 kV: dimension drawing C

Motor voltage Shaft output System cabinet


Cabinet width Cabinet height 1) Cabinet depth Blower cage height
kV hp kW in mm in mm in mm in mm
2.3/2.4 200 ... 645 149 ... 481 66 1676 86 2184 42 1067 16 2) 406
800 ... 1229 597 ... 917 82 2083 86 2184 45 1143 33.5 851
3.3 200 ... 887 149 ... 662 66 1676 86 2184 42 1067 16 2) 406
1000 ... 1690 746 ... 1261 82 2083 86 2184 45 1143 33.5 851
4.0/4.16 200 ... 1075 149 ... 802 66 1676 86 2184 42 1067 16 2) 406
1250 ... 2048 933 ... 1528 82 2083 86 2184 45 1143 33.5 851
3)
4.6/4.8 300 ... 2458 224 ... 1834 114 2896 86 2184 45 1143 32 813
6.0 300 ... 3073 224 ... 2292 164 4166 90.1 2288.5 45 1143 25.1 637.5
6.6 300 ... 3380 224 ... 2521 164 4166 90.1 2288.5 45 1143 25.1 637.5

1)
Height without blowers.
2)
Blower cage height for redundant blower is 24 inch (610 mm).
3)
Available soon.

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Dimension drawings

Dimension drawings (continued)

G_D015_XX_00018

GenIIIe for motor voltages 2.3 to 6.6 kV: dimension drawing D

Motor voltage Shaft output System cabinet


Cabinet width Cabinet height 1) Cabinet depth Blower cage height
kV hp kW in mm in mm in mm in mm
2.3/2.4 1489 2250 1111 1679 172 4369 91.5 2324 50 1270 25.5 648
2363 2978 1763 2222 188 4775 91.5 2324 50 1270 26.5 673
3.3 1750 2250 1306 1679 172 4369 91.5 2324 50 1270 25.5 648
2437 3500 1818 2611 188 4775 91.5 2324 50 1270 26.5 673
4.16 2250 1679 192 4877 91.5 2324 50 1270 26.5 673

5 2500 4000
4097 5899
1865 2984
3056 4401
208
232
5283
5983
91.5
91.5
2324
2324
50
50
1270
1270
26.5
28.5
673
724
4.6/4.8 2500 4000 1865 2984 208 5283 91.5 2324 50 1270 26.5 673
4727 5956 3526 4443 232 5983 91.5 2324 50 1270 28.5 724
6.0 3500 4000 2611 2984 248 6299 91.5 2324 54 1372 28.5 724
4432 6000 3306 4476 272 6909 91.5 2324 54 1372 28.5 724
7000 8000 5222 5968 272 6909 99.5 2527 54 1372 28.5 724
6.6 3500 4000 2611 2984 248 6299 91.5 2324 54 1372 28.5 724
4095 6000 3055 4476 272 6909 91.5 2324 54 1372 28.5 724
6500 8000 4849 5968 272 6909 99.5 2527 54 1372 28.5 724

1)
Height without blowers.

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Services and Documentation

6/2 Training

6/3 Documentation

6/4 Service and Support


6/4 The unmatched complete service
for the entire life cycle

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Training
ROBICON Perfect Harmony Drive Orientation Class (8 hours)
Overview
This training program is designed to cover the key aspects for
The priority of Siemens training programs is to help customers drive operators. Included in this session will be a general over-
maintain and maximize the efficiency of their Siemens equip- view of the ROBICON Perfect Harmony drive, theory of opera-
ment. The greater the knowledge of the system and its functions, tion, hardware identification, operation of the drive, alarms and
the higher the efficiency the operator will obtain from the equip- faults, and spare parts. The interface of the software to the drive
ment. is demonstrational only.
The combination of our knowledge and field experience coupled Contents:
with continuous research and development has made our train-
ing program one of a kind in the industry. The excellence of our Introduction to the ROBICON Perfect Harmony series of drives
staff and our numerous world-wide training locations are proof of ROBICON Perfect Harmony specifications
our commitment to product education, maintenance and em- Safety on medium-voltage drives
ployee safety issues.
ROBICON Perfect Harmony topology
By combining modern teaching methods with the latest technol- Drive hardware identification
ogy, we offer the best there is in training. Siemens tailors its train-
ing programs to meet the individual customer's product and ap- Control boards, basic operation
plication needs. This method of teaching avoids the "cookie- Customer drawings review
cutter" approach that tends to limit and generalize. We focus on General operation of the ROBICON Perfect Harmony drive
you, your process and your equipment. And we train all associ- hands on
ated personnel including operators, maintenance personnel,
electrical technicians and electrical engineers. Demonstration on how to use HyperTerminal to upload files-
hands on
- Fault log
Benefits - Historic log
Higher customer comfort level with Siemens equipment - Event log
- By means of theoretical explanation and hands-on - Parameter log
experience ToolSuite/debug demonstration only hands on
Safety ROBICON Perfect Harmony Maintenance Class (2 days)
- By learning best practices and protective equipment
Reduce costly downtime This training program is designed to cover the key aspects for
- By being able to address issues in a timely fashion an overview for maintenance personnel. This program covers
- By identifying spare parts needed each aspect of the drive in detail so maintenance personnel will
obtain an understanding and feel comfortable with the drive. In-
Reduce repairs cluded in this session will be the drive layout, safety guidelines,
- By addressing issues in advance through maintenance lockout tag out, key parameters, operating the drive, obtaining
Minimize Siemens field service calls faults/alarms, hardware identification and operation, review of
equipment drawings. In this session attendees perform work-
More information shops to obtain a high comfort level working on the drive. The
training session covers basic troubleshooting. The interface of
Course descriptions the software to the drive is demonstrational only.
ROBICON Perfect Harmony Operator Class (4 hours) Contents:
This training program is designed to cover the key aspects for Introduction to the ROBICON Perfect Harmony series of drives
drive operators. Included in this session will be a brief introduc- ROBICON Perfect Harmony specifications
tion to ROBICON Perfect Harmony drives series, the drive topol- Safety on medium-voltage drives
ogy and layout, safety guidelines, key parameters, operating the
6 drive, reading faults/alarms. ROBICON Perfect Harmony topology
Drive hardware identification
Contents:
Control boards, basic operation, replacement and spare parts
Introduction to the ROBICON Perfect Harmony series of drives
Customer drawings review
ROBICON Perfect Harmony specifications
General operation of the ROBICON Perfect Harmony drive
Safety on medium-voltage drives hands on
ROBICON Perfect Harmony topology Demonstration on how to use HyperTerminal to upload files
Drive hardware identification hands on
General operation of the ROBICON Perfect Harmony drive - Fault log
hands on - Historic log
- Event log
Workshops at the equipment - Parameter log
- Safety
- Operation ToolSuite/debug demonstration only hands on
- Fault/alarm logger Preventive maintenance
- Acceleration/deceleration Spare parts and components
- Minimum speed/maximum speed

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Training
Documentation
Documentation
More information (continued)
The O&M manual will be send to the customer following the
ROBICON Perfect Harmony Advance Maintenance Class shipment of the ROBICON Perfect Harmony air-cooled drive.
(4 days) This manual includes the following standard sections:
This advanced training program is designed to cover the key Equipment list template
aspects for maintenance personnel. This program covers each Supplied spare parts list
aspect of the drive in detail, so maintenance personnel will be
able to troubleshoot the drive in a safe format. Maintenance instructions
Field service information
Included in this session will be the drive layout, safety guide-
lines, lockout/tag out, parameters, operating the drive, obtaining Storage requirements
faults/alarms, hardware identification and operation. Overview of Recommended spare parts
the System Operational Program (SOP), which is a group of pro-
Warranty information
grammable logic functions that define features and capabilities
of the drive. Complete review of the equipment drawings. Soft- Product user manuals
ware will be provided and loaded on the customer's computer System operating program (SOP)
for interface to the controls. This training class is designed as
Drawings of the air-cooled drives (outline & wiring)
50 % of the time theoretical and 50 % hands on.
The documentation is in English. Further languages can be
Contents:
ordered if required (see description of options).
Introduction to the ROBICON Perfect Harmony series of drives
ROBICON Perfect Harmony specifications
Fundamental drive terminology
Motor theory
Safety on medium-voltage drives
Power devices
ROBICON Perfect Harmony topology
Drive hardware identification
Control boards, basic operation, replacement and spare parts
Customer drawings review
General operation of the ROBICON Perfect Harmony drive
hands on
Presentation of Siemens software package hands on
- Installation of the software on customer laptops
- Instructions on the program and its operation
Utilization of ToolSuite/debug hands on
- ToolSuite software installation, setup and interface to the
drive
Preventive maintenance, troubleshooting, installation and
set-up
Bypass operation
Workshops hands on

6
- Hardware identification
- Pull power cell
- Operator panel operation changing parameters,
viewing logs
- Drive operation manual/automatic control
- Laptop interface to the drive
- Waveforms on the control boards via oscilloscope.
Availability
For more information on ROBICON Perfect Harmony training
courses, please contact the following phone number:
+1 800 333 7421

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Service and Support
The unmatched complete service
for the entire life cycle

For machine constructors, solution providers and plant opera- Our Service & Support accompanies you worldwide in all
tors: The service offering from Siemens Industry, Automation and matters concerning automation and drives from Siemens. We
Drive Technologies includes comprehensive services for a wide provide direct on-site support in more than 100 countries
range of different users in all sectors of the manufacturing and through all phases of the life cycle of your machines and plants.
process industry
You have an experienced team of specialists at your side to
To accompany our products and systems, we offer integrated provide active support and bundled know-how. Regular training
and structured services that provide valuable support in every courses and intensive contact among our employees even
phase of the life cycle of your machine or plant from planning across continents ensure reliable service in the most diverse
and implementation through commissioning as far as mainte- areas.
nance and modernization.

Online Support Technical Consulting


The comprehensive online infor- Support in planning and design-
mation platform supports you in ing your project: From detailed
all aspects of our Service & actual-state analysis, definition
Support at any time and from of the goal and consulting on
any location in the world. product and system questions
right through to the creation of
www.siemens.com/ the automation solution.
automation/service&support

6 Technical Support
Expert advice on technical
questions with a wide range of
demand-optimized services for
all our products and systems.
www.siemens.com/
automation/support-request

Contact information is available in the Internet at:


www.siemens.com/automation/partner

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Service and Support
The unmatched complete service
for the entire life cycle

Engineering Support Repairs


Support during project engi- Downtimes cause problems in
neering and development with the plant as well as unnecessary
services fine-tuned to your re- costs. We can help you to re-
quirements, from configuration duce both to a minimum with
through to implementation of an our worldwide repair facilities.
automation project.

Field Service Optimization


Our Field Service offers you During the service life of ma-
services for commissioning and chines and plants, there is often
maintenance to ensure that a great potential for increasing
your machines and plants are productivity or reducing costs.
always available. To help you achieve this poten-
tial, we are offering a complete
range of optimization services.

Spare parts Modernization


In every sector worldwide, You can also rely on our support
plants and systems are required when it comes to modernization
to operate with constantly in- with comprehensive services
creasing reliability. We will pro- from the planning phase all the
vide you with the support you way to commissioning.
need to prevent a standstill from
occurring in the first place: with
a worldwide network and opti-
mum logistics chains.

Contact information is available in the Internet at:


www.siemens.com/automation/partner

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Service and Support
Notes

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Appendix

7/2 Subject index

7/3 Standard terms and


conditions of sale and delivery

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Appendix

Subject index

Subject index
Chapter/page Chapter/page
A N
Air-to-air heat exchanger 4/10 Nameplates 4/9, 4/10
Anti-condensation heating for cabinet 4/7
Applications, typical 2/2 O
Auxiliary voltage supply 4/5 Operator panel 5/11
Options 2/18, 2/19,
B 4/1 4/10
Bidirectional synchronized transfer 4/6 Order No. supplements 2/15 2/17
Output reactor 4/6
C Overload capability 2/6, 2/7
CE conformity 4/9 Overview of generations 2/2
Cell bypass 2/4, 4/9
Cell lifter 5/3 P
Clean power input 2/2 Perfect Harmony overview 2/2
Conditions of sale and delivery 7/3 Power quality monitoring 4/2
Control functions 2/5 Power quality output 2/2
Control instruments 4/5 Production schedules 4/2
Controlled outgoing feeder 4/8 Protection functions 2/5
Control voltage supply 4/5 ProToPS 4/9
CSA certification 4/9
R
D Redundant blower 4/8
Dimension drawings 5/13, 5/14
Display instruments 4/5 S
Documentation 4/2, 6/3 Scope of delivery 5/12
Drive acceptance tests 4/3 Selection and ordering data
Drive input protection 5/4 Motor voltage 2.3/2.4 kV 2/9
Drive topology 2/3 Motor voltage 3.3 kV 2/10
Duct flange connection 4/8 Motor voltage 4.0/4.16 kV 2/11
Motor voltage 4.6/4.8 kV 2/12
E Motor voltage 6.0 kV 2/13
Electrical door interlocks 4/7 Motor voltage 6.6 kV 2/14
Electrical submersible pumps applications 4/2 Serial communication 4/4
EMC filter 4/6 Service and support 6/4, 6/5
Extended reliability 2/2 Sine-wave filter 4/10
Speed and torque control 5/5
F Standards and regulations 2/2
Fast delivery 2/2, 2/19
T
G Technical data
GenIIIe characteristics 2/7 GenIIIe 3/25 3/36
GenIV characteristics 2/6 GenIV 3/3 3/24
Gland plates 4/7 Tools
NGXII ToolSuite 5/2
I SinaSave 5/3
Training 6/2, 6/3
Installation and maintenance 2/2 Transformer 2/3
Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistors (IGBTs) 2/3

7
Interfaces 5/8 U
Intermediate arrestors 4/8
IP42 degree of protection 4/8 UL listing 4/9
UPS mounted within the drive 4/7
K
V
(kW)ick Ship program 2/2, 2/19
Vector control 4/5
L Version for harsh environment conditions 4/8

Linked low-voltage cells 2/3

M
Maximized availability 2/2
Mechanical door interlocks 4/7
Monitoring functions 2/5
Motor monitoring 4/2

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Standard terms and
conditions of sale and delivery

Conditions of sale and delivery


1. Applicable Terms. These terms govern the sale of Products be in connection with the freight charges, rates or
by Siemens. Whether these terms are included in an offer or classification included as part of these terms, shall be for
an acceptance by Siemens, such offer or acceptance is the Buyers account. Orders of less than $400 are subject
conditioned on Buyer's assent to these terms. Any to a $25 handling fee.
additional, different or conflicting terms contained in Buyer's (e) Finance Charge Buyer agrees to pay FINANCE
request for proposal, specifications, purchase order or any CHARGES on the unpaid balance of all overdue
other written or oral communication from Buyer shall not be invoices, less any applicable payments and credits, from
binding in any way on Siemens. Siemens failure to object to the date each invoice is due and payable at an ANNUAL
any such additional, different or conflicting terms shall not PERCENTAGE RATE of EIGHTEEN PERCENT (18%), or
operate as a waiver of these terms. the highest applicable and lawful rate on such unpaid
2. Pricing & Payment. The prices shall be: (a.) as stated in balance, whichever is lower.
Siemens proposal, or if none are stated, (b.) Siemens' (f) Disputed Invoice In the event Buyer disputes any
standard prices in effect at the time of release for shipment. portion or all of an invoice, it shall notify Siemens in
In the event of a price increase or decrease, the price of writing of the amount in dispute and the reason for its
Products on order shall be adjusted to reflect such increase disagreement within 21 days of receipt of the invoice.
or decrease. This does not apply to a shipment held by The undisputed portion shall be paid when due, and
request of Buyer. Products already shipped are not subject FINANCE CHARGE on any unpaid portion shall accrue,
to price increase or decrease. Discounts, if any, are as from the date due until the date of payment, to the extent
specified on the latest discount sheets issued from time to that such amounts are finally determined to be payable
time. Cash discounts are not applicable to notes or trade to Siemens.
acceptances, to prepaid transportation charges when (g) Collection. Upon Buyers default of these terms, Siemens
added to Siemens' invoices or to discountable items if there may, in addition to any other rights or remedies at
are undisputed past due items on the account. Cash contract or law, subject to any cure right of Buyer,
discounts shall only be allowed on that portion of the invoice declare the entire balance of Buyers account
paid within the normal discount period. immediately due and payable or foreclose any security
(a) Payment Unless otherwise stated, all payments shall interest in Products delivered. If any unpaid balance is
be net 30 days from invoice date payable in United referred for collection, Buyer agrees to pay Siemens, to
States Dollars. the extent permitted by law, reasonable attorney fees in
(b) Credit Approval All orders are subject to credit addition to all damages otherwise available, whether or
approval by Siemens. The amount of credit or terms of not litigation is commenced or prosecuted to final
payment may be changed or credit withdrawn by judgment, plus any court costs or expenses incurred by
Siemens at any time for any reason without advance Siemens, and any FINANCE CHARGES accrued on any
notice. Siemens may, in its discretion, withhold further unpaid balance owed by Buyer.
manufacture or shipment; require immediate cash 3. Delivery; Title; Risk of Loss. Product shall be delivered
payments for past and future shipments; or require other F.O.B. Siemens point of shipment with title to the Product
security satisfactory to Siemens before further and risk of loss or damage for the Product passing to Buyer
manufacture or shipment is made; and may, if shipment at that point. Buyer shall be responsible for all
has been made, recover the Products from the carrier, transportation, insurance and related expenses including
pending receipt of such assurances. any associated taxes, duties or documentation. Siemens
(c) Installment Shipment If these terms require or authorize may make partial shipments. Shipping dates are
delivery of Products in separate shipments to be approximate only and Siemens shall not be liable for any
separately accepted by Buyer, Buyer may only refuse loss or expense (consequential or otherwise) incurred by
such portion of such shipment that fails to comply with Buyer or Buyer's customers if Siemens fails to meet the
the requirements of these terms. Buyer may not refuse to specified delivery schedule. A 5% handling charge will be
receive any lot or portion of hereunder for failure of any added to the price for all Product furnished from a local
other lot or portion of a lot to be delivered or to comply branch.
with these terms, unless such right of refusal is expressly
provided for on the face hereof. Buyer shall pay for each 4. Deferment and Cancellation. Buyer shall have no deferment
lot in accordance with the terms hereof. Payment shall be rights and Buyer shall be liable for cancellation charges,
made for the Products without regard to whether Buyer which shall include without limitation
has made or may make any inspection of the Products. (a) payment of the full product price for any finished Product
Products held for Buyer are at Buyer's sole risk and or works in progress;
expense. (b) payment for raw materials ordered pursuant to a firm
purchase order; and
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(d) Taxes, Shipping, Packing, Handling Except to the
extent expressly stated in these terms, Siemens prices (c) such other direct costs incurred by Siemens as a result
do not include any freight, storage, insurance, taxes, of such cancellation.
excises, fees, duties or other government charges
related to the Product, and Buyer shall pay such 5. Force Majeure / Delays. If Siemens suffers delay in
amounts or reimburse Siemens for any amounts Siemens performance due to any cause beyond its reasonable
pays. If Buyer claims a tax or other exemption or direct control, including without limitation acts of God, strikes,
payment permit, it shall provide Siemens with a valid labor shortage or disturbance, fire, accident, war or civil
exemption certificate or permit and indemnify, defend disturbance, delays of carriers, failure of normal sources of
and hold Siemens harmless from any taxes, costs and supply, or acts of government, the time of performance shall
penalties arising out of same. Siemens' prices include be extended a period of time equal to the period of the delay
the costs of its standard domestic packing only. Any and its consequences. Siemens will give to Buyer notice
deviation from this standard packing (domestic or within a reasonable time after Siemens becomes aware of
export), including U.S. Government sealed packing, any such delay
shall result in extra charges. To determine such extra
charges, consult Siemens' sales offices. Any and all
increases, changes, adjustments or surcharges
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6. Buyer's Requirements. Timely performance by Siemens is (e) Remedies for Breach of Limited Warranty. Buyer's sole
contingent upon Buyer's supplying to Siemens all required and exclusive remedies for any breach of the Limited
technical information and data, including drawing Warranties are limited to Siemens' choice of repair or
approvals, and all required commercial documentation. replacement of the Product, or non-conforming parts
thereof, or refund of all or part of the purchase price. The
7. Limited Warranty. warranty on repaired or replaced parts of the Product
(a) Limited Product Warranty Statements. For each Product shall be limited to the remainder of the original warranty
purchased from Siemens or an authorized reseller, period. Unless otherwise agreed to in writing by
Siemens makes the following limited warranties: (i) the Siemens, (i) Buyer shall be responsible for any labor
Product is free from defects in material and required to gain access to the Product so that Siemens
workmanship, (ii) the Product materially conforms to can assess the available remedies and (ii) Buyer shall be
Siemens' specifications that are attached to, or expressly responsible for all costs of installation of repaired or
incorporated by reference into, these terms, and (iii) at replaced Products. All exchanged Products replaced
the time of delivery, Siemens has title to the Product free under this Limited Warranty will become the property of
and clear of liens and encumbrances (collectively, the Siemens.
"Limited Warranties"). Warranties with respect to software (f) Transferability. The Limited Warranties shall be
which may be furnished by Seller as part of the Product, transferable during the warranty period to the initial end-
if any, are expressly set forth elsewhere in these terms. user of the Product.
The Limited Warranties set forth herein do not apply to
any software furnished by Siemens. If software is THE LIMITED WARRANTIES SET FORTH IN THIS
furnished by Siemens, then the attached Software SECTION ARE SIEMENS' SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE
License/Warranty Addendum shall apply. WARRANTIES AND ARE SUBJECT TO THE LIMITS OF
LIABILITY SET FORTH IN SECTION 8 BELOW. SIEMENS
(b) Conditions to the Limited Warranties. The Limited MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR
Warranties are conditioned on (i) Buyer storing, IMPLIED, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION,
installing, operating and maintaining the Product in WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS
accordance with Siemens' instructions, (ii) no repairs, FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, COURSE OF DEALING
modifications or alterations being made to the Product AND USAGE OF TRADE.
other than by Siemens or its authorized representatives,
(iii) using the Product within any conditions or in 8. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY. NEITHER SIEMENS, NOR ITS
compliance with any parameters set forth in SUPPLIERS, SHALL BE LIABLE, WHETHER IN CONTRACT,
specifications that are attached to, or expressly WARRANTY, FAILURE OF A REMEDY TO ACHIEVE ITS
incorporated by reference into, these terms, (iv) Buyer INTENDED OR ESSENTIAL PURPOSES, TORT
discontinuing use of the Product after it has, or should (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE), STRICT LIABILITY,
have had, knowledge of any defect in the Product, (v) INDEMNITY OR ANY OTHER LEGAL THEORY, FOR LOSS
Buyer providing prompt written notice of any warranty OF USE, REVENUE, SAVINGS OR PROFIT, OR FOR COSTS
claims within the warranty period described below, (vi) at OF CAPITAL OR OF SUBSTITUTE USE OR
Siemens' discretion, Buyer either removing and shipping PERFORMANCE, OR FOR INDIRECT, SPECIAL,
the Product or non-conforming part thereof to Siemens, LIQUIDATED, PUNITIVE, EXEMPLARY, COLLATERAL,
at Buyer's expense, or Buyer granting Siemens access INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, OR FOR
to the Products at all reasonable times and locations to ANY OTHER LOSS OR COST OF A SIMILAR TYPE, OR FOR
assess the warranty claims, and (vii) Buyer not being in CLAIMS BY BUYER FOR DAMAGES OF BUYER'S
default of any payment obligation to Siemens under CUSTOMERS. SIEMENS MAXIMUM LIABILITY UNDER
these terms. THIS CONTRACT SHALL BE THE ACTUAL PURCHASE
(c) Exclusions from Limited Warranty Coverage. The Limited PRICE RECEIVED BY SIEMENS FOR THE PRODUCT AT
Warranties specifically exclude any equipment ISSUE OR ONE MILLION DOLLARS, WHICHEVER IS LESS.
comprising part of the Product that is not manufactured BUYER AGREES THAT THE EXCLUSIONS AND
by Siemens or not bearing its nameplate. To the extent LIMITATIONS SET FORTH IN THIS ARTICLE ARE SEPARATE
permitted, Siemens herby assigns any warranties made AND INDEPENDENT FROM ANY REMEDIES WHICH
to Siemens for such equipment. Siemens shall have no BUYER MAY HAVE HEREUNDER AND SHALL BE GIVEN
liability to Buyer under any legal theory for such FULL FORCE AND EFFECT WHETHER OR NOT ANY OR
equipment or any related assignment of warranties. ALL SUCH REMEDIES SHALL BE DEEMED TO HAVE
Additionally, any Product that is described as being FAILED OF THEIR ESSENTIAL PURPOSE. THESE
experimental, developmental, prototype, or pilot is LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY ARE EFFECTIVE EVEN IF
specifically excluded from the Limited Warranties and is SIEMENS HAS BEEN ADVISED BY THE BUYER OF THE
provided to Buyer .as is. with no warranties of any kind. POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.
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wear and tear items including any expendable items that
comprise part of the Product, such as fuses and light
bulbs and lamps.
(d) Limited Warranty Period. Buyer shall have 12 months
from initial operation of the Product or 18 months from
shipment, whichever occurs first, to provide Siemens
with prompt, written notice of any claims of breach of the
Limited Warranties. Continued use or possession of the
Product after expiration of the warranty period shall be
conclusive evidence that the Limited Warranties have
been fulfilled to the full satisfaction of Buyer, unless
Buyer has previously provided Siemens with notice of a
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9. Patent and Copyright Infringement. Siemens will, at its own 13. Final Written Agreement; Modification of Terms. These
expense, defend or at its option settle any suit or proceeding terms, together with any quotation, purchase order or
brought against Buyer in so far as it is based on an acknowledgement issued or signed by Siemens, comprise
allegation that any Product (including parts thereof), or use the complete and exclusive agreement between the parties
thereof for its intended purpose, constitutes an infringement (the .Agreement.) and supersede any terms contained in
of any United States patent or copyright, if Siemens is Buyers documents, unless separately signed by Siemens.
promptly provided notice and given authority, information, These terms may only be modified by a written instrument
and assistance in a timely manner for the defense of said signed by authorized representatives of both parties.
suit or proceeding. Siemens will pay the damages and costs
awarded in any suit or proceeding so defended. Siemens 14. Assignment. Neither party may assign the Agreement, in
will not be responsible for any settlement of such suit or whole or in part, nor any rights or obligations hereunder
proceeding made without its prior written consent. In case without the prior written consent of the other; provided
the Product, or any part thereof, as a result of any suit or however that Siemens may assign its rights and obligations
proceeding so defended is held to constitute infringement or under these terms to its affiliates and Siemens may grant a
its use by Buyer is enjoined, Siemens will, at its option and security interest in the Agreement and/or assign proceeds of
its own expense, either: (a) procure for Buyer the right to the Agreement without Buyers consent.
continue using said Product; (b) replace it with substantially 15. Applicable Law and Jurisdiction. These terms is governed
equivalent non-infringing Product; or (c) modify the Product and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of
so it becomes non-infringing. Delaware, without regard to its conflict of laws principles.
Siemens will have no duty or obligation to Buyer under this The application of the United Nations Convention on
Article to the extent that the Product is (a) supplied Contracts for the International Sale of Goods is excluded.
according to Buyer's design or instructions wherein BUYER WAIVES ALL RIGHTS TO A JURY TRIAL IN ANY
compliance therewith has caused Siemens to deviate from ACTION OR PROCEEDING RELATED IN ANY WAY TO
its normal course of performance, (b) modified by Buyer or THESE TERMS.
its contractors after delivery, (c) combined by Buyer or its 16. Severability. If any provision of these terms are held to be
contractors with devices, methods, systems or processes invalid, illegal or unenforceable, the validity, legality and
not furnished hereunder and by reason of said design, enforceability of the remaining provisions will not in any way
instruction, modification, or combination a suit is brought be affected or impaired, and such provision will be deemed
against Buyer. In addition, if by reason of such design, to be restated to reflect the original intentions of the parties
instruction, modification or combination, a suit or as nearly as possible in accordance with applicable law.
proceeding is brought against Siemens, Buyer shall protect
Siemens in the same manner and to the same extent that 17. Export Compliance. Buyer acknowledges that Siemens is
Siemens has agreed to protect Buyer under the provisions required to comply with applicable export laws and
of the Section above. regulations relating to the sale, exportation, transfer,
assignment, disposal, and usage of the Products provided
THIS ARTICLE IS AN EXCLUSIVE STATEMENT OF ALL THE under the Contract, including any export license
DUTIES OF THE PARTIES RELATING TO PATENTS AND requirements. Buyer agrees that such Products shall not at
COPYRIGHTS, AND DIRECT OR CONTRIBUTORY PATENT any time directly or indirectly be used, exported, sold,
OR COPYRIGHT AND OF ALL THE REMEDIES OF BUYER transferred, assigned or otherwise disposed of in a manner
RELATING TO ANY CLAIMS, SUITS, OR PROCEEDINGS which will result in non-compliance with such applicable
INVOLVING PATENTS AND COPYRIGHTS. export laws and regulations. It shall be a condition of the
10. Compliance with Laws. Buyer agrees to comply with all continuing performance by Siemens of its obligations
applicable laws and regulations relating to the purchase, hereunder that compliance with such export laws and
resale, exportation, transfer, assignment, disposal or use of regulations be maintained at all times. BUYER AGREES TO
the goods. INDEMNIFY AND HOLD SIEMENS HARMLESS FROM ANY
AND ALL COSTS, LIABILITIES, PENALTIES, SANCTIONS
11. Changes in Work. Siemens shall not implement any changes AND FINES RELATED TO NON-COMPLIANCE WITH
in the scope of work unless Buyer and Siemens agree in APPLICABLE EXPORT LAWS AND REGULATIONS.
writing to the details of the change and any resulting price,
schedule or other contractual modifications. Any change to
any law, rule, regulation, order, code, standard or
requirement which requires any change hereunder shall
entitle Siemens to an equitable adjustment in the prices and
any time of performance.

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12. Non-waiver of Default. Each shipment made hereunder shall
be considered a separate transaction. In the event of any
default by Buyer, Siemens may decline to make further
shipments. If Siemens elects to continue to make shipments,
Siemens actions shall not constitute a waiver of any default
by Buyer or in any way affect Siemens legal remedies for
any such default. Any waiver of Siemens to require strict
compliance with the provisions of this contract shall be in
writing and any failure of Siemens to require such strict
compliance shall not be deemed a waiver of Siemens right
to insist upon strict compliance thereafter.

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