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Hi,

I am an electrical engineer working on a current project with an older Cutler-Hammer AC Drive (Model Number: AFM1220B Serial Number: 22164K7). However, I have been struggling to find the wiring diagram online. Any chance that anybody can provide me with the wiring diagram or PDF for this model? It will be highly appreciated.

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Daniel
 

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Cutler Hammer doesn’t actually make any drives, they brand label drives made by other companies. In addition, C-H in different parts of the world brand label different products.

That drive is a brand label of a drive made by a US company called AC Tech, who is now owned by a German company named Lenze. C-H only brand labeled that drive in Canada, here in the US the C-H drives come from a Finnish company named Vacon. But a lot of the CANADIAN versions made it across the border on the secondary market. Hard to tell from your profile if “GTA” is a joke about Grand Theft Auto, or if you are in fact in Canada, as in Greater Toronto Area.

You can download a manual from Lenze US for the “MC” series of AC Tech drives but they will be listed as “legacy” because they have obsoleted them now.
 
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Cutler Hammer doesn’t actually make any drives, they brand label drives made by other companies. In addition, C-H in different parts of the world brand label different products.

That drive is a brand label of a drive made by a US company called AC Tech, who is now owned by a German company named Lenze. C-H only brand labeled that drive in Canada, here in the US the C-H drives come from a Finnish company named Vacon. But a lot of the CANADIAN versions made it across the border on the secondary market. Hard to tell from your profile if “GTA” is a joke about Grand Theft Auto, or if you are in fact in Canada, as in Greater Toronto Area.

You can download a manual from Lenze US for the “MC” series of AC Tech drives but they will be listed as “legacy” because they have obsoleted them now.
Thank you I was not aware of this, I greatly appreciate it! And yes I am in fact located in Canada.
 
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