Schneider ATV71 AC Inverters-ATV71 Series

Altivar 71 Variable Frequency Drives VFD

Altivar 71 Series Schneider ATV71 DRIVES, Power from 0.37 To 630 Kw /1 to 700 HP.

ATV71 Series Discontinued And Replaced By The ATV930 Series, But we still supply the original model with spare parts


200… 240 V single-phase
200… 240 V / 380… 690 V 3-phase, 50/60 Hz
  • Speed regulation by flux vector control with or without sensor
  • Speed range: from 1 to 1 000 in closed loop mode with encoder feedback, from 1 to 100 in open loop mode
  • Graphic terminal: plain text, navigation button, configurable function keys, “Simply Start” menu …
  • Protection of motor and of drive
  • “Power Removal “, ATEX safety functions
  • More than 150 functions available: PID controller, brake control suited to travelling, hoisting and slewing movements…
  • Integrated EMC filter class A
  • Integrated Modbus and CANopen
  • I/O extension cards, interface cards for encoder
  • Communication cards: Fipio, Ethernet, Modbus Plus, PROFIBUS DP, DeviceNet, Uni-Telway, INTERBUS
  • Controller Inside programmable card

• Hoisting: cranes, overhead cranes, gantries (vertical hoisting, translation, slewing), lifting platforms
• Elevators: elevators in retrofit up to 1.2 m/s
• Handling: palletizers/depalletizers, conveyors, roller tables
• Packing: carton packers, labeling machines
• Textiles: weaving looms, carding frames, washing machines, spinners, drawing frames
• Wood: automatic lathes, saws, milling
• High inertia: centrifuges, mixers, unbalanced machines (beam pumps, presses)

High performance applications (constant torque):
  • Material handling
  • Hoisting
  • Wood machines
  • Process machines
  • Textile machines
  • Packaging

Make way for evolution!

Unique range up to 700 HP, exceptional performance, advanced functions…
Open to all communication networks, applications, users… Altivar 71 provides ingenious solutions for all your specific requirements.

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Schneider ATV71 Series AC Invertes