Control Concepts is committed to delivering exceptional service and support for VTAC Drives, a specialized subset owned and utilized by Rockwell Automation.

Control Concepts provides 24/7 service and support. Contact us today.

Who is VTAC?

VTAC, a part of Rockwell Automation, offers advanced solutions in AC drive systems.

What Do VTAC Drives Do?

VTAC Drives encompass a range of AC drives, including:

  • VTAC 9 AC Drives: Known for robust performance and versatility in a wide array of applications.
  • VTAC 7 Drives: Offers reliable solutions for variable torque and speed control, suitable for diverse industrial uses.

Control Concepts has extensive experience in the repair, service, and support of VTAC products.

VTAC Products We Service

Control Concepts services a broad spectrum of VTAC products, focusing on:

  • VTAC 9 HVAC AC Drives
  • VTAC 7 Drives
  • And More...
Don't see your product line listed here? Contact us and ask about our drive service and support.

VTAC Drive Repair Services

Control Concepts offers comprehensive repair and maintenance services for VTAC drives, including:

  • Repair and Refurbishment: Specializing in VTAC drives to ensure efficient and effective operation.
  • Preventive Maintenance and Diagnostics: Conducting regular checks to prolong the lifespan of your equipment.
  • Component Replacement: Utilizing high-quality parts for optimal functionality.
  • On-site Support and Troubleshooting: Providing direct assistance at your facility to address operational challenges.

Common Drive Failures

Common drive issues include:

  • Software or programming problems
  • Non-functional cooling fans
  • Loose connections
  • Drive keeps blowing fuses or tripping breakers
  • Drive doesn’t run motor
  • Circuit board failure

Over-current faults are a common cause of drive shutdowns, necessitating a detailed examination starting from motor dynamics.

The Control Concepts Repair Process

Our repair process encompasses:

  • Thorough inspection of the drive and terminals.
  • Comprehensive tests before powering the unit to prevent further damage.
  • Diode and IGBT tests on the input/output power sections.
  • Powering up the unit and performing amp readings and output frequency tests.
  • Using the drive to run a motor through basic jog functions after backing up existing programs.
For expert VTAC drive repair and maintenance services, contact Control Concepts. We provide 24/7 service and support.