MOVIFIT® drive inverter module (MTF)

The future belongs to machine and system automation. To better prepare and train budding specialists, teaching aids with industry-standard components are absolutely essential. With the MTF didactics module, the operating principle of decentralized technology can be taught in a realistic manner.

Industry-standard frequency inverter
MOVIFIT® (MTF) FC

Automated machines and systems greatly optimize production processes and allow consumer goods to be manufactured in an efficient and cost-effective manner. Future electronics professionals (MT, EBT, EMA, EAT, EGS) have to be prepared for the resulting requirements and receive appropriate training. Industry-standard electromechanical teaching aids serve as the ideal basis for delivering such training.

Our MOVIFIT® drive inverter (MTF) teaching module for professional training is therefore based on a real, decentralized drive inverter from SEW‑EURODRIVE, which is normally installed near-field – i.e., directly on the system. With the MOVIFIT® inverter, you are provided with a visual demonstration of the startup and parameterization of a decentralized frequency inverter and the control of an asynchronous motor. The optional POF (polymer optical fiber) module also allows you to use a higher-level controller to operate the frequency inverter on PROFINET® via fiber optic cables.

With the S11 safety option, you are able to connect and operate a range of safety-relevant components. One example is a light grid with emergency off combination: As soon as the light grid is activated, the drive slows down until it stops (SS1). When the emergency off is operated, the frequency inverter ensures that the torque of the drive is safely reduced (STO).

We will be happy to advise you on your needs

  • With our extensive experience in education and training
  • On-site with our didactics specialists
  • With the optimum teaching aid and modules

Your advantages

  • Gain practical experience

    With the tried-and-tested MOVIFIT® FC drive inverter and the visibly installed electrical equipment
  • Acquire future-proof qualifications

    Based on multiple integrated technology functions and application modules, which provide practical experience of plant automation
  • Learn without risk

    Thanks to live components that are protected against contact as well as visually and physically separated power and control signals

Components and technical data

  • Line voltage 3-phase / 400 V / 50 Hz
  • Control via digital and analog PROFIBUS® or PROFINET®
  • In combination with optional POF (polymer optical fiber) module
  • Braking resistor connection routed outside
  • S11 or S12 safety option (optional)
  • Suitable for AC asynchronous motors
  • Acoustic protection cover monitoring in combination with motor load brake module (MLB)

Practical laboratory tutorials

  • Startup of MOVIFIT® (MTF) FC frequency inverter
  • Familiarization with decentralized technology
  • Control with I/O signals
  • Operation using a higher-level controller via PROFIBUS® or PROFINET®
  • Implement and practice different safety options with the S11/S12 safety option
  • Familiarization with and implementation of a wide range of safety travel profiles using light grids, emergency off functions and other safety equipment
  • Communicate via fiber optic cables on PROFINET® and contact the frequency inverter in combination with the POF module

Areas of application

The training module can be used both in technical high schools and in industrial/technical training. It is particularly suitable for the training of

  • Electronics specialists (MT, EBT, EMA, EAT, EGS)
  • Maintenance personnel
  • Master automation technicians
  • Master electrical engineers
  • Master mechatronics technicians
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