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CombiMaster

A series of combined motor and variable speed drive products.

1UA5 COMBIMASTER, "CM1"

02/94 to 08/95

Launched April 1995.

CM1 range consisted of two case sizes:
Case Size A: 1.5, 2.2 & 3kW; Case Size B: 4, 5.5 & 7.5kW
all were 400V, 3 phase with built-in Class A EMC filters.

Speed adjustment is made via a potentiometer behind a cover blanking gland.
A second cover blanking gland hides a RS485 interface, where a hand-held unit could be used to set drive parameters for more complex applications.
Replaced by the CM2 in 1997.
CM1
 

1UA7 COMBIMASTER 2, "CM2"

08/95 to 08/98

Launched August 1997.

CSA 230V: 0.12, 0.25, 0.37, 0.55 & 0.75kW
All available as 1 or 3 phase units

CSA 400V: 0.37, 0.55, 0.75, 1.1 & 1.5kW; CSB 400V: 1.5, 2.2, 3, 4, 5.5 & 7.5kW
All 3phase units

Options :
Built-in Class A or Class B EMC filter, Electro-magnetic Motor Brake interface,
Active Resistor Brake for CSB units, Profibus interface
CM2 CSB

6SE96 MicroMaster Integrated, "MMI"

MMIFor the first time, the inverter was designed to mate with almost any manufacturer's motors, a move aimed at market leadership and the highest sales volumes.

So the "MicroMaster Integrated" was conceived.
IEN Award
The European trade journal Industrial Engineering News awarded COMBIMASTER 2 the
"New Product Award 1999" for its innovative technology and high customer interest.
 

6SE64 CombiMaster 411, "CM411"

08/98 to 2000+

Combined with a range of Siemens motors or stand-alone as MM411.

Three case sizes 380V to 480V, 0.37kW to 3.0kW, 3 phase AC

Options:
Built-in Class A or Class B EMC filter
Resistor & EM Brake Control
Profibus or DeviceNet Interface
ECOFAST Connector Module

IP55 (CM411) & IP56 (MM411) Protection
-10ºC to +40ºC Operating Temperature
+50ºC with power derating

Scheduled for launch at Hanover Fair, April 2001, COMBIMASTER 411 was very close to completion as I left Siemens Congleton in November 2000.
CM411