Teco Westinghouse has been upgrading and replacing a number of their drives, so we wanted to create a handy dandy cheat sheet for our customers.
PA7300 was first replaced by the EQ5 and is now the EQ7 Series
|Feature||L510 Series||EV/JNEV Series|
|Digital Inputs||5 with configurable and NO/NC designation||4 configurable inputs|
|Analog Inputs||Two; 1 at 0-10V, 1 at 4-20mA||One only – select between 0-10V or 4-20mA|
|LED Keypad||5 digit display with scaling and diagnostics monitoring||3 digit display, minimal monitoring capabilities beyond Hz display|
|Communications||Modbus (Standard), option for Ethernet, DeviceNet||Modbus (Standard)|
|Digital Frequency Setting Resolution||0.01Hz||0.1Hz|
|Speed Range||0 to 650Hz||0 to 200Hz|
Crossing over to the L510 series is easy!
Simply take your JNEV part number and swap out the JNEV with L510 and then add a -U to the end of the part number.
- JNEV-101-H1 will be L510-101-H1-U
- JNEV-2P2-H1 will be L510-2P2-H1-U
- JNEV-2P5-H1 will be L510-2P5-H1-U
***Please note: Physical dimensions will differ between the original EN/JNEV and updated L510 series models. Please refer to the L510 Spec Sheet for a full listing of dimensions.
MA7200 ending in -N1 (NEMA 1) were replaced by the F510 Series
MA7200 ending in -N4 (NEMA 4/12) were replaced by the E510 Series
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