Well, i see in the basic configuration, there is no way to add an E-Stop button or signal to stop the drive. Seems you have to add a contactor or some kind of device to cut power. I needed to do the simple project using a GS2 drive. Wiring it up and using the keypad to control the drive, there is no safety to the unit. Is this odd for a drive? I haven't used many different brands, so was just wondering. I normally don't use the drive in its most simple configuration. Adding an E-stop required a few more components. Using a 120v single phase input would not be that bad to do, but when you are using 3 phase, that is a different story.
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GS2 Drive E-Stop