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Does ATV320 auto-adjust current to match set frequency?

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Does ATV320 auto-adjust current to match set frequency?

Hypothetical question here, if I set the frequency reference will the ATV320 auto adjust its current to match that frequency? Say its running a belt carrying product and the product is heavy so it slows it down. Will the 320 ajdust itself to keep that frequeny it was set to? Thank you

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Re: Does ATV320 auto-adjust current to match set frequency?

The answer is yes. As soon as the reference is given to reach a certain frequency, the drive will manage to reach this value (condition is the resistant torque is not too important), anyway, in the drive there are protection to help protecting against overload on motor side.

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Re: Does ATV320 auto-adjust current to match set frequency?

The answer is yes. As soon as the reference is given to reach a certain frequency, the drive will manage to reach this value (condition is the resistant torque is not too important), anyway, in the drive there are protection to help protecting against overload on motor side.

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