Featuring an advanced
enclosure design and power section topology, the MTX is the world's
first and only drive specifically designed for outdoor mounting in
remote applications or applications where a building does not exist.
From the jungle to the desert, the MTX can be mounted virtually
anywhere, eliminating the need to find suitable indoor floor space.
A Three Cables In, Three Cables Out
Feature - the MTXincorporates a
standard pad-lockable input disconnect switch andinterlocked doors. The
control and auxiliary power are derived internally, eliminating the need for a
secondary powersource and improving the safety of system personnel.
An Outdoor Enclosure Designseparates the MTX from the competition. The enclosure is a
hybrid of a forced-air-cooled drive cabinet and a convection-cooled 36-pulse
isolation transformer, which helps keep the drive cool andclean.
A Sophisticated Electronics
Package- the MTX offers the utmost in
functionality and features the latest five-level Pulse WidthModulation
(PWM) with Neutral-Point Clamping (NPC) technology. Toshiba’s proprietary user
interface is intuitive,easy-to-use, and makes devices like the
hand-off-auto switch obsolete. The Electronic Operator Interface (EOI)
offerslocal/remote control, drive function monitoring, and a programming
Medium Voltage IGBT Technology- the MTX has continually proven to be the most reliable and
best performing meansof speed control in our adjustable speed drives.
Toshiba has successfully developed, utilized, and mastered
thistechnology. The MTX pairs the most advanced transistor technology
with the most robust multi-level topology and controls it with one of the
fastest industrial processors in the world.
A Versatile Control Interface- offers eight digital inputs, six digital outputs, two
analog inputs, and eight analog
outputs as standard. Each of these
input/outputs can be programmed to a variety of different functions for ultimateflexibility.
A Plain-English LCD Electronic
Operator Interface (EOI)- allows
for quick, user-friendly programming. Faults arelogged containing date
and time stamps.
Toshiba’s Proprietary Windows®-Based
WiTool Software- is designed to offer a full range
of programming andmonitoring tools. Operating data can be captured with
the snapshot feature and up to 12 drive signals can be
trended. In addition, theWiTooloffers
trace-back data for detailed fault analysis.