Powerflex 755 Manual

The Powerflex 755 drive manual is a useful resource for learning about all the features and functions of your device. It can help you troubleshoot problems, customize settings, and optimize its performance. Reading the manual can help you discover new features and get the most out of your device With proper usage, there is less risk of damage, and you’ll learn how to get the most out of it.

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For safe and optimum performance, Powerflex 755 parameters must be set properly. Carefully read and follow all instructions and guidelines in this manual and give special attention to the CAUTION and WARNING statements. Misuse may damage the unit or cause harm or serious injury.

The Rockwell Automation PowerFlex 755 is an Adjustable Frequency AC Drive from the PowerFlex product family. This AC drive is a 480VAC, 3-Phase rated drive with an applicable motor output power of 150 HP and an output current of 186 A. It has an EtherNet/IP communication port, which offers several advantages in terms of control, setup, communication, and I/O, as do several PowerFlex drives.


  • Output voltage range: 0-480VAC, 3-Phase
  • The drive’s electronic motor overload rating is Class 10 motor overload protection according to NEC article 430 and motor over-temperature protection according to NEC article 430.126 (A)(2)
  • The minimum drive-to-motor power ratio is not less than 1:2 ratio while the recommended maximum ratio is not greater than 2:1 ratio
  • safety safe torque off option
  • safe torque off option module
  • Drive Weight: 295 Lbs
  • Drive Dimensions: 37″ x 17″ x 12″
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Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is a PowerFlex 755 drive, and what is its primary purpose?

  • The PowerFlex 755 drive is a type of Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) produced by Rockwell Automation. It is designed to control the speed and torque of three-phase AC motors, providing precise control over industrial processes.

2. What are the key features of the PowerFlex 755 drive?

  • The PowerFlex 755 drive offers features such as:
    • Multiple control modes (V/Hz, Sensorless Vector, and Closed-Loop Vector).
    • High-performance motor control.
    • Network communication options (Ethernet, DeviceNet, ControlNet).
    • Advanced diagnostics and fault detection.
    • Energy-saving capabilities.
    • Modular design for easy configuration.

3. How do I select the right PowerFlex 755 drive model for my application?

  • The selection depends on factors such as motor power, voltage, current, and the specific requirements of your application. Consult the product documentation or contact Rockwell Automation for assistance.

4. Can I use the PowerFlex 755 drive for both single-phase and three-phase motors?

  • No, the PowerFlex 755 drive is designed for three-phase AC motors. It is not suitable for single-phase motors.

5. How do I install and set up a PowerFlex 755 drive?

  • Proper installation and setup require following the guidelines provided in the user manual. This typically involves connecting power, motor, and control cables, configuring drive parameters, and tuning the drive to your motor.

6. What are the common applications for the PowerFlex 755 drive?

  • This drive is used in a wide range of applications, including conveyor systems, pumps, fans, compressors, mixers, and many other industrial processes that require motor speed and torque control.

7. Is there a software tool available for programming and configuring the PowerFlex 755 drive?

  • Yes, Rockwell Automation provides software tools like Studio 5000 Logix Designer and Connected Components Workbench for configuring and programming the PowerFlex 755 drive.

8. How can I troubleshoot issues with the PowerFlex 755 drive?

  • Refer to the user manual for a list of fault codes and their meanings. You can also use the diagnostic features of the drive to identify and address issues. If you need further assistance, contact Rockwell Automation’s technical support.

9. Are there safety precautions I should be aware of when working with the PowerFlex 755 drive?

  • Yes, always follow the safety guidelines outlined in the user manual. Ensure that the drive is properly grounded and that safety interlocks are in place to protect personnel and equipment.

10. Where can I find technical support and documentation for the PowerFlex 755 drive?
– Rockwell Automation provides technical support, user manuals, datasheets, and application notes on its official website. You can also contact their customer support for assistance.

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