A Single Drive for all Your Needs, with Outstanding Performance and Flexibility!
The A1000 is a full-featured drive, providing outstanding quality, performance, flexibility,
and environmental friendliness through 1000HP. From simple fans and pumps to complex
machine control, A1000 can be the single drive platform for an entire facility. Network
communications, expandable I/O, and feedback are among the many choices. For new
installations or retrofits, the A1000 provides a single robust solution, regardless of your
Enjoy peace of mind by knowing that you are considering a product from Yaskawa, the factory automation
controls company with the highest reputation for quality and reliability. Historically, Yaskawa drives have
demonstrated extremely high reliability with an average MTBF (mean time between failure) of 28 years or
more. The new 1000 series products take reliability to the next level with a calculated design life that is
twice as long as previous generations.
Highly Integrated Design results in fewer parts and
interconnections, reducing the number of failure points.
Component Derating extends the life of any single part
by selecting higher specifications (e.g. voltage, current)
than what a circuit requires for normal operation.
Latest Generation IGBT Power Modules, capable of
four times more thermal cycles than previous designs.
Enhanced Short Circuit Detection and Self
Diagnostics provide additional protection against
severe catastrophic conditions.
In addition, the A1000 is designed for use around the world, and carries agency certifications for all
major geographical regions
Standard Enclosure can be conventionally mounted, or heatsink external (kit required for models CIMR-AU2A0081FAA and smaller). Flange Enclosure includes special factory-installed gasketing and flange to provide NEMA 12 backside integrity when mounting heatsink external.
Only models ending in FAA (CIMR-AU2A0211FAA and smaller) come standard with NEMA 1 End Cap Kits. Separately sold kits are available for larger models.
For Flange Drives, use the sizing method above to determine proper drive size. Use selected model numbers with “UAA” suffix instead of “FAA” or “AAA” suffix.
Use single phase input sizing method A for applications requiring more than 86% motor power. When sizing with additional reactor, consult factory. Caution: Adding more impedance than specified will degrade performance.
Use single phase input sizing method B for applications requiring a maximum of 86% motor power.