E800 compact inverter family offers CC-Link IE TSN, reduces costs, troubleshooting and time to market due to simpler system designs.
The new E800 compact inverter family offers CC-Link IE TSN connectivity, allowing TCP/IP and inverter control traffic (including safety) to share the same network. This reduces costs, troubleshooting and time to market due to simpler system designs. Network flexibility is also increased with two Ethernet ports which support line, ring and star topologies.
Enhancing predictive maintenance, the inverter features the industry’s first corrosive gas environment detection circuit. In conjunction with Mitsubishi Electric’s drives AI diagnostic technology, this helps to reduce overall downtime by allowing early identification and resolution of fault causes without the need for specialist skills.
To maintain safety and productivity, the inverter achieves SIL2 Pld and 3 PLe. Safety functionality is featured as standard without the need for an encoder and includes Safe Torque Off (STO), Safe Stop 1 (SS1), Safe Brake Control (SBC) and Safe Speed Monitor (SSM).