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GV3000 AC power module 5V4160 operates on 5 HP and a 380-460 voltage. The regulator version is a 6.0 firmware with vector and volts/hertz regulation. The enclosure type on this module is a vented NEMA 1 case. The NEMA 1 enclosure gives easy access to the communication ports within the drive without removing the cover.



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  • Part Number: 5V4160
  • SKU: 5V4160RE
  • Manufacturer: Reliance Electric
  • Series: GV3000 Drives

5V4160 Technical Specifications

Part Number 5V4160
Series GV3000
Manufacturer Reliance Electric
Keypad/Display Built-In Keypad
Instruction Manual D2-3340-1
Phase 3 Phase
Output Amperage 8.2 A
Input Amperage 9.9 A
Input Voltage 380-460 VAC
Selected Regulation Vector and V/Hz Regulator
Enclosure Rating Vented, NEMA 1
Output Amps at 8 kHz 8.2
kW 4.0kW
Hz 50/60Hz

Product Description

GV3000/SE AC Power Module 5V4160 is one of the drives that operate on 5 HP. The enclosure on this module, which is represented by the 1 in the order code, is NEMA 1. The NEMA 1 enclosure is vented and allows the user to easily access the communication port without having to fully remove the cover on the drive. The selected regulation on the 5V4160 drive is volts/hertz (V/Hz) or vector regulation. The voltage range for both the input and output on this drive is 380-460 VAC. 

There are different steps in regard to installing power wiring from an external D-C bus to the drive’s internal D-C bus terminals depending on the horsepower. On a drive such as the 5V4160 drive the power leads will be routed through the bottom of the drive at the opening of the drive base, after routing the power leads through the bottom of the drive the D-C input power will be connected by the power leads to the negative and positive terminals on the power terminal strip. The third step involves tightening the D-C input power terminals to the required torque setting. The aforementioned steps are only used in instances where the drive runs on 5 HP. 

Six primary components make up the whole of the 5V4160 drive. These components are a fan assembly, internal fan assembly, regulator board, membrane switch, current feedback board, and capacitor board. The regulator board on this module is typically used with providing form A and B contacts to indicate the status of the drive which will be shown on the built-in keypad located on the front of the drive. 

Frequently Asked Questions about 5V4160

How can the user troubleshoot the 5V4160 5HP GV3000 Drive?
The 5V4160 GV3000 drive by Reliance Electric dispalys fault codes and error codes on the 4 digit LED display on the keypad/regulator board. The Installation and Hardware manuals contains a complete list of fault codes, diagnosis, and corrective actions. AX Control can provide a tech support ticket upon request a customer needs assistance with their drive. 
Which manuals pair with 5V4160?
Manuals D2-3359 and D2-3360 are the manuals that pair with 5V4160. These are the GV3000 NEMA style software and hardware manuals for 5V4160, respectively. For copies of the manuals, send us a request for the manuals for 5V4160.
What options can AX Control provide to customers for the 5V4160?
Upon request, we provide customers with the option to buy new and/or refurbished. We can also provide a flat rate for repair with varying turnaround times depending upon urgency. In addition to selling the drive complete, AX Control generally supplies component parts and boards if the precise defective part can be identif
What does the "Aln" fault code indicate on 5V4160?
The "Aln" fault code on 5V4160 indicates an analog input signal loss fault on 5V4160. This fault cause comes from parameter P.011 being equal to 4 or 5 and 4 to 20 mA analog input below 2 mA on 5V4160 and to correct this fault on 5V4160, you have to make sure parameter P.011 is set correctly on 5V4160. Another corrective action for the fault is to check that the analog input source supply for 5V4160 is below or equal to 4 mA.

Reviews For 5V4160

Internal Review

The 5V4160 5HP 460VAC GV3000 Drive has a number of features that make it ideal for drive applications and only a few that detract from its design. The pros for the 5V4160 are as follow: 1) The 6.01, 6.04, and 6.06 version regulator boards used in the 5V4160 are among the most current regulator versions used in GV3000 drives. 2) The LED keypad display allows the user to receive diagnostic feedback and quickly program the parameters to fit the application. The cons of the 5V4160 are as follow: 1) The case material is quite fragile and often breaks and cracks around the corners. 2) The option boards used in certain applications can be expensive and hard to locate on the market. Overall the 5V4160 is a well designed AC drive. The few downsides in terms of the physical characteristics only allow us to give this drive 4 stars. - AX Control Lead Technician

Repair Services For 5V4160

Type Lead Time Price Action
Repair Service 1-2 weeks $1462

Our highly skilled technicians can repair your 5V4160. All of our repairs come with a 3 Year AX Control Warranty. Please contact us for additional information about our repair process. To receive the repair pricing and lead time listed above please process your repair order via our website. The following repair options may be available upon request:

  • 48-72hr Rush Repair
  • Detailed Repair Reports
  • AX Control Certificate of Warranty

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