• Instant, effective overload protection: Excessive chain forces and the risk of instant chain failures are virtually eliminated. Chains, sprockets and transmission units incur less wear because shock loads are absorbed.
In order to restart the drives safely, the operator has to wait a considerable time (up to 3 minutes) until the motors come to a standstill. Motor braking leaves an adjustable residual pressure on the CST clutch, minimizing the time for the motor to stop and the resultant downtime.
The PMC™-D is typically dedicated to each gearbox or drive individually. It contains all necessary hardware to control all functions of a drive system effectively. The unit can be connected to an internal mounted distribution box as typically used in CST gearboxes for the connection of sensors and actuators. The PMC™-V contains 24 keys for easy operation and a 4” VGA display. Graphical trends, warnings and any error messages can be displayed. The interface is available in various languages such as English, Chinese, German and Russian. The PMC™-V displays all available gearbox data including transducer values, status information, global and local parameters, network status, etc. Parameters can be easily changed using the 24-key numerical keyboard. Important system parameters are password protected.
The software also stores all CST data and undertakes analysis and trending of sensor values. It allows export of data to office applications such as electronic spreadsheets. Chinese, German and Russian versions of the software are also available.
The ICDS has a special asynchronous motor from Baldor Electric Company, with rated power of currently up to 1200 kW (1,950 hp). The nominal motor running torque is 7640 N·m (5,635 lb-ft) at full nominal speed. The maximum AFC starting torque (breakdown torque) is 3 × 19 100 N·m (14,090 lb-ft). Space is provided for integrated protected mounting of PMC™-D controls and other accessories. The power cable can be equipped with a Victor plug. The ICDS allows direct measurement of motor power at the PMC™-D controls.