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Question What is the difference between Flying start-1 and Flying start-2?
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The Flying start function estimates the speed of the idle when the motor starts the inverter at idle and helps the motor run reliably. This function is available by selecting the operation function of the Flying start-1 and Flying start-2, depending on the application used. Flying start-1 is a function that allows stable operation in the low speed area (10 Hz or below) if the direction of the operation command is the same when the motor is idled and restarted. If the direction of operation is opposite to that of the motor idling and restarting, the normal speed may not be found. Flying start-2 is a function that performs a stable speed search regardless of the direction of the motor idle or driving instructions. If the motor idle speed is low (less than 10-15 Hz), there is a possible disadvantage of not finding the speed correctly.
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Category Smart Industrial Automation > Low Voltage VFD
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Question What is the difference between Flying start-1 and Flying start-2?
The Flying start function estimates the speed of the idle when the motor starts the inverter at idle and helps the motor run reliably. This function is available by selecting the operation function of the Flying start-1 and Flying start-2, depending on the application used. Flying start-1 is a function that allows stable operation in the low speed area (10 Hz or below) if the direction of the operation command is the same when the motor is idled and restarted. If the direction of operation is opposite to that of the motor idling and restarting, the normal speed may not be found. Flying start-2 is a function that performs a stable speed search regardless of the direction of the motor idle or driving instructions. If the motor idle speed is low (less than 10-15 Hz), there is a possible disadvantage of not finding the speed correctly.
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