Siemens MICROMASTER Operating instructions

MICROMASTER 420
Parameter List
User Documentation
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Getting Started Guide
Is for quick commissioning with SDP and BOP.
Operating Instructions
Gives information about features of the
MICROMASTER420, Installation, Commissioning,
Control modes, System Parameter structure,
Troubleshooting, Specifications and available options
of the MICROMASTER420.
Parameter List
The Parameterlist containes the description of all
Parameters structured in functional order and a
detailed description. The Parameter list also includes
a series of function plans.
Catalogues
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certain inverter, as well as filters chokes, operator
panels or communications options.
MICROMASTER 420
Parameter List
User Documentation
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Converter Type
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Software Version
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Parameter List
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Function Diagrams
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Alarms and
Warnings
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1 Parameters
Parameters MICROMASTER 420
This Parameter List must only be used together with the Operating Instructions or the
Reference Manual of the MICROMASTER 420. Please pay special attention to the
Warnings, Cautions, Notices and Notes contained in these manuals.
Table of Contents
1
Parameters..................................................................................................................... 7
1.1
Introduction to MICROMASTER 420 System Parameters ............................................ 7
1.2
Quick commissioning (P0010=1) ................................................................................... 9
1.3
Parameter Description.................................................................................................. 11
2
Function Diagrams ..................................................................................................... 111
3
Faults and Alarms...................................................................................................... 135
3.1
MICROMASTER 420 fault messages ........................................................................ 135
3.2
MICROMASTER 420 alarm messages...................................................................... 137
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1 Parameters
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Parameters
1.1
Introduction to MICROMASTER 420 System Parameters
The layout of the parameter description is as follows.
1 Par number 2 Parameter name
[index]
3 CStat:
4 P-Group:
5 Datatype
6 active:
13
7 Unit:
8 Quick Comm:
9 Min:
10 Def:
11 Max:
12 Level:
2
Description:
1. Parameter number
Indicates the relevant parameter number. The numbers used are 4-digit numbers
in the range 0000 to 9999. Numbers prefixed with an “r” indicate that the
parameter is a “read-only” parameter, which displays a particular value but cannot
be changed directly by specifying a different value via this parameter number (in
such cases, dashes “-“ are entered at the points “Unit”, “Min”, “Def” and “Max” in
the header of the parameter description.
All other parameters are prefixed with a “P”. The values of these parameters can
be changed directly in the range indicated by the “Min” and “Max” settings in the
header.
[index] indicates that the parameter is an indexed parameter and specifies the
number of indices available.
2. Parameter name
Indicates the name of the relevant parameter. Certain parameter names include
the following abbreviated prefixes: BI, BO, CI, and CO followed by a colon.
These abbreviations have the following meanings:
BI
= P9999.C
Binector input, i.e. parameter selects the source of a
(0)
binary signal
BO
= r9999
Binector output, i.e. parameter connects as a binary signal
CI
=
P9999.D
(999:9)
Connector input, i.e. parameter selects the source of an
analog signal
CO
=
r9999 [99]
Connector output, i.e. parameter connects as an analog
signal
CO/BO =
r9999
r9999
Connector/Binector output, i.e. parameter connects as an
analog signal and/or as a binary signal
To make use of BiCo you will need access to the full parameter list. At this level
many new parameter settings are possible, including BiCo functionality. BiCo
functionality is a different, more flexible way of setting and combining input and
output functions. It can be used in most cases in conjunction with the simple,
level 2 settings.
The BiCo system allows complex functions to be programmed. Boolean and
mathematical relationships can be set up between inputs (digital, analog, serial
etc.) and outputs (inverter current, frequency, analog output, relays, etc.).
3. CStat
Commissioning status of the parameter. Three states are possible:
Commissioning
C
Run
U
Ready to Run
T
This indicates when the parameter can be changed. One, two or all three states
may be specified. If all three states are specified, this means that it is possible to
change this parameter setting in all three inverter states
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4. P-Group
Indicates the functional group of the particular.
Note
Parameter P0004 (parameter filter) acts as a filter and focuses access to
parameters according to the functional group selected.
5. Datatype
The data types available are shown in the table below.
Notation
Meaning
U16
16-bit unsigned
U32
32-bit unsigned
I16
16-bit integer
I32
32-bit integer
Float
Floating point
6. Active
Indicates whether
♦ Immediately changes to the parameter values take effective immediately
after they have been entered, or
♦
Confirm
the “P” button on the operator panel (BOP or AOP) must be
pressed before the changes take effect.
7. Unit
Indicates the unit of measure applicable to the parameter values
8. QuickComm
Indicates whether or not (Yes or No) a parameter can only be changed during
quick commissioning, i.e. when P0010 (parameter groups for commissioning) is
set to 1 (quick commissioning).
9. Min
Indicates the minimum value to which the parameter can be set.
10. Def
Indicates the default value, i.e. the value which applies if the user does not specify
a particular value for the parameter.
11. Max
Indicates the maximum value to which the parameter can be set.
12. Level
Indicates the level of user access. There are four access levels: Standard,
Extended, Expert and Service. The number of parameters that appear in each
functional group depends on the access level set in P0003 (user access level).
13. Description
The parameter description consists of the sections and contents listed below.
Some of these sections and contents are optional and will be omitted on a caseto-case basis if not applicable.
Description:
Brief explanation of the parameter function.
Diagram:
Where applicable, diagram to illustrate the effects of parameters on a
characteristic curve, for example
Settings:
List of applicable settings. These include
Possible settings, Most common settings, Index and Bitfields
Optional example of the effects of a particular parameter setting.
Example:
Dependency:
Any conditions that must be satisfied in connection with this parameter. Also
any particular effects, which this parameter has on other parameter(s) or which
other parameters have on this one.
Warning / Caution / Notice / Note:
Important information which must be heeded to prevent personal injury or
damage to equipment / specific information which should be heeded in order to
avoid problems / information which may be helpful to the user
More details:
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Any sources of more detailed information concerning the particular parameter.
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1 Parameters
Quick commissioning (P0010=1)
The following parameters are necesarry for quick commissioning (P0010=1).
No
Name
P0100
P0300
P0304
P0305
P0307
P0308
P0309
P0310
P0311
P0320
P0335
P0640
P0700
P1000
P1080
P1082
P1120
P1121
P1135
P1300
P1910
P3900
Europe / North America
Select motor type
Motor voltage rating
Motor current rating
Motor power rating
Motor cosPhi rating
Motor efficiency rating
Motor frequency rating
Motor speed rating
Motor magnetizing current
Motor cooling
Motor overload factor [%]
Selection of command source
Selection of frequency setpoint
Min. speed
Max. speed
Ramp-up time
Ramp-down time
OFF3 ramp-down time
Control mode
Select motor data identification
End of quick commissioning
Access level
1
2
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
3
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
Cstat
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
CT
CT
CUT
CT
CT
CUT
CT
CUT
CUT
CUT
CT
CT
C
When P0010=1 is chosen, P0003 (user access level) can be used to select the
parameters to be accessed. This parameter also allows selection of a user-defined
parameter list for quick commissioning.
At the end of the quick commissioning sequence, set P3900 = 1 to carry out the
necessary motor calculations and clear all other parameters (not included in P0010=1)
to their default settings.
Note
This applies only in Quick Commissioning mode.
Reset to Factory default
To reset all parameters to the factory default settings; the following parameters should
be set as follows:
Set P0010=30.
Set P0970=1.
Note
The reset process takes approximately 10 seconds to complete. Reset to Factory
default
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Seven-segment display
The seven-segment display is structured as follows:
Segment Bit
Segment Bit
15 14
7
6
13 12
5
4
11
10
3
2
9
1
8
0
The significance of the relevant bits in the display is described in the status and
control word parameters.
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Parameter Description
Note:
Level 4 Parameters are not visible with BOP or AOP.
r0000
Drive display
Datatype: U16
Unit: -
P-Group: ALWAYS
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
1
Displays the user selected output as defined in P0005.
Note:
Pressing the "Fn" button for 2 seconds allows the user to view the values of DC link voltage, output
frequency, output voltage, output current, and chosen r0000 setting (defined in P0005).
r0002
Drive state
Datatype: U16
P-Group: COMMANDS
Unit: -
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
2
Displays actual drive state.
Possible Settings:
0
Commissioning mode (P0010 != 0)
1
Drive ready
2
Drive fault active
3
Drive starting (DC-link precharging)
4
Drive running
5
Stopping (ramping down)
Dependency:
State 3 visible only while precharging DC link, and when externally powered communications board is fitted.
Level:
P0003
User access level
Min: 0
CStat:
CUT
Datatype: U16
Unit: Def:
1
P-Group: ALWAYS
Active: first confirm
QuickComm. No
Max: 4
1
Defines user access level to parameter sets. The default setting (standard) is sufficient for most simple
applications.
Possible Settings:
0
User defined parameter list - see P0013 for details on use
1
Standard: Allows access into most frequently used parameters.
2
Extended: Allows extended access e.g. to inverter I/O functions.
3
Expert: For expert use only.
4
Service: Only for use by authorized service personal - password protected.
Level:
P0004
Parameter filter
Min: 0
CStat:
CUT
Datatype: U16
Unit: Def:
0
P-Group: ALWAYS
Active: first confirm
QuickComm. No
Max: 22
1
Filters available parameters according to functionality to enable a more focussed approach to
commissioning.
Possible Settings:
0
All parameters
2
Inverter
3
Motor
7
Commands, binary I/O
8
ADC and DAC
10
Setpoint channel / RFG
12
Drive features
13
Motor control
20
Communication
21
Alarms / warnings / monitoring
22
Technology controller (e.g. PID)
Example:
P0004 = 22 specifies that only PID parameters will be visible.
Dependency:
Parameters marked "Quick Comm: Yes" in the parameter header can only be set when P0010 = 1 (Quick
Commissioning).
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Display selection
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: FUNC
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
21
4000
Level:
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
2
4
Level:
2
Selects display for parameter r0000 (drive display).
Common Settings:
21 Actual frequency
25 Output voltage
26 DC link voltage
27 Output current
Notice:
These settings refer to read only parameter numbers ("rxxxx").
Details:
See relevant "rxxxx" parameter descriptions.
P0006
Display mode
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: FUNC
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
3
Defines mode of display for r0000 (drive display).
Possible Settings:
0
In Ready state alternate between setpoint and output frequency. In run display output frequency
1
In Ready state display setpoint. In run display output frequency.
2
In Ready state alternate between P0005 value and r0020 value. In run display P0005 value
3
In Ready state alternate between r0002 value and r0020 value. In run display r0002 value
4
In all states just display P0005
Note:
When inverter is not running, the display alternates between the values for "Not Running" and "Running".
Per default, the setpoint and actual frequency values are displayed alternately.
P0007
Backlight delay time
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: FUNC
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
0
2000
Level:
3
Defines time period after which the backlight display turns off if no operator keys have been pressed.
Value:
P0007 = 0:
Backlight always on (default state).
P0007 = 1 - 2000:
Number of seconds after which the backlight will turn off.
P0010
Commissioning parameter
CStat:
CT
P-Group: ALWAYS
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
0
30
Level:
1
Filters parameters so that only those related to a particular functional group are selected.
Possible Settings:
0
Ready
1
Quick commissioning
2
Inverter
29
Download
30
Factory setting
Dependency:
Reset to 0 for inverter to run.
P0003 (user access level) also determines access to parameters.
Note:
P0010 = 1
The inverter can be commissioned very quickly and easily by setting P0010 = 1. After that only the important
parameters (e.g.: P0304, P0305, etc.) are visible. The value of these parameters must be entered one after
the other. The end of quick commissioning and the start of internal calculation will be done by setting P3900
= 1 - 3. Afterward parameter P0010 will be reset to zero automatically.
P0010 = 2
For service purposes only.
P0010 = 29
To transfer a parameter file via PC tool (e.g.: DriveMonitor, STARTER) parameter P0010 will be set to 29 by
the PC tool. When download has been finished PC tool resets parameter P0010 to zero.
P0010 = 30
When resetting the parameters of inverter P0010 must be set to 30. Resetting of the parameters will be
started by setting parameter P0970 = 1. The inverter will automatically reset all its parameters to their
default settings. This can prove beneficial if you experience problems during parameter setup and wish to
start again. Duration of factory setting will take about 60 s.
If P3900 is not 0 (0 is the default value), this parameter is automatically reset to 0.
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P0011
Lock for user defined parameter
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: FUNC
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
0
65535
Level:
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
0
65535
Level:
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
0
65535
Level:
Unit: QuickComm. No
3
Details:
See parameter P0013 (user defined parameter)
P0012
Key for user defined parameter
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: FUNC
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
3
Details:
See parameter P0013 (user defined parameter).
P0013[20]
User defined parameter
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: FUNC
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
3
Defines a limited set of parameters to which the end user will have access.
Instructions for use:
Step 1: Set P0003 = 3 (expert user)
Step 2: Go to P0013 indices 0 to 16 (user list)
Step 3: Enter into P0013 index 0 to 16 the parameters required to be visible in the user-defined list.
The following values are fixed and cannot be changed:
- P0013 index 19 = 12 (key for user defined parameter)
- P0013 index 18 = 10 (commissioning parameter filter)
- P0013 index 17 = 3 (user access level)
Step 4: Set P0003 = 0 to activate the user defined parameter.
Index:
P0013[0] : 1st user parameter
P0013[1] : 2nd user parameter
P0013[2] : 3rd user parameter
P0013[3] : 4th user parameter
P0013[4] : 5th user parameter
P0013[5] : 6th user parameter
P0013[6] : 7th user parameter
P0013[7] : 8th user parameter
P0013[8] : 9th user parameter
P0013[9] : 10th user parameter
P0013[10] : 11th user parameter
P0013[11] : 12th user parameter
P0013[12] : 13th user parameter
P0013[13] : 14th user parameter
P0013[14] : 15th user parameter
P0013[15] : 16th user parameter
P0013[16] : 17th user parameter
P0013[17] : 18th user parameter
P0013[18] : 19th user parameter
P0013[19] : 20th user parameter
Dependency:
First, set P0011 ("lock") to a different value than P0012 ("key") to prevent changes to user-defined
parameter. Then, set P0003 to 0 to activate the user-defined list.
When locked and the user-defined parameter is activated, the only way to exit the user-defined parameter
(and view other parameters) is to set P0012 ("key") to the value in P0011 ("lock").
Note:
Alternatively, set P0010 = 30 (commissioning parameter filter = factory setting) and P0970 = 1 (factory
reset) to perform a complete factory reset.
The default values of P0011 ("lock") and P0012 ("key") are the same.
r0018
Firmware version
Datatype: Float
P-Group: INVERTER
Unit: -
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
1
Displays version number of installed firmware.
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CO/BO: BOP control word
Datatype: U16
Min:
Def:
Max:
Unit: -
P-Group: COMMANDS
-
Level:
3
Displays status of operator panel commands.
The settings below are used as the "source" codes for keypad control when connecting to BICO input
parameters.
Bitfields:
Bit00
ON/OFF1
0
NO
1
YES
Bit01
OFF2: Electrical stop
0
YES
1
NO
Bit08
JOG right
0
NO
1
YES
Bit11
Reverse (setpoint inversion)
0
NO
1
YES
Bit13
Motor potentiometer MOP up
0
NO
1
YES
Bit14
Motor potentiometer MOP down
0
NO
1
YES
Note:
When BICO technology is used to allocate functions to panel buttons, this parameter displays the actual
status of the relevant command.
The following functions can be "connected" to individual buttons:
- ON/OFF1,
- OFF2,
- JOG,
- REVERSE,
- INCREASE,
- DECREASE
r0020
CO: Freq. setpoint before RFG
Datatype: Float
Unit: Hz
P-Group: CONTROL
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
3
Displays actual frequency setpoint (output from ramp function generator).
r0021
CO: Act. frequency
Datatype: Float
Unit: Hz
P-Group: CONTROL
2
Displays actual inverter output frequency (r0024) excluding slip compensation, resonance damping and
frequency limitation.
Level:
Act. filtered rotor speed
Min: Datatype: Float
Unit: 1/min
Def:
P-Group: CONTROL
Max: -
r0022
3
Displays calculated rotor speed based on inverter output frequency [Hz] x 120 / number of poles.
Note:
This calculation makes no allowance for load-dependent slip.
r0024
CO: Act. output frequency
Datatype: Float
Unit: Hz
P-Group: CONTROL
r0025
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
3
Displays actual output frequency (slip compensation, resonance damping and frequency limitation are
included).
Level:
CO: Act. output voltage
Min: Datatype: Float
Unit: V
Def:
P-Group: CONTROL
Max: -
2
Displays [rms] voltage applied to motor.
r0026
CO: Act. filtered DC-link volt.
Unit: V
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
Datatype: Float
Unit: A
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
Datatype: Float
P-Group: INVERTER
2
Displays DC-link voltage.
r0027
CO: Act. output current
P-Group: CONTROL
2
Displays [rms] value of motor current [A].
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r0034
CO: Motor temperature (i2t)
Datatype: Float
Unit: %
P-Group: MOTOR
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
2
Displays calculated motor temperature (I2t model) as [%] of the maximum permissible value.
Note:
A value of 100 % means that the motor has reached its maximum permissible operating temperature. In this
case, the motor will attempt to reduce the motor loading as defined in P0610 (motor I2t temperature
reaction).
Level:
CO:Inverter overload utilization
Min: Datatype: Float
Unit: %
Def:
P-Group: INVERTER
Max: -
r0036
4
Displays inverter overload utilization calculated via I2t model.
The actual I2t value relative to the max. possible I2t value supplies utilization in [%].
If the nominal current of the inverter is not exceed, 0 % utilization will be displayed.
If the current exceeds the threshold for P0294 (inverter I2t overload warning), alarm A0504 (inverter
overtemperature) is generated and the output current of the inverter reduced via P0290 (inverter overload
reaction).
If 100 % utilization is exceeded, alarm F0005 (inverter I2T) is tripped.
r0037
CO: Inverter temperature [°C]
Datatype: Float
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
Unit: °C
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
Unit: kWh
P-Group: INVERTER
3
Displays internal inverter heatsink temperature.
r0039
CO: Energy consumpt. meter [kWh]
Datatype: Float
P-Group: INVERTER
2
Displays electrical energy used by inverter since display was last reset (see P0040 - reset energy
consumption meter).
Dependency:
Value is reset when
P0040 = 1 reset energy consumption meter.
P0040
Reset energy consumption meter
CStat:
CT
P-Group: INVERTER
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
0
1
Level:
2
Resets value of parameter r0039 (energy consumption meter) to zero.
Possible Settings:
0
No reset
1
Reset r0039 to 0
Dependency:
No reset until "P" is pressed.
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CO/BO: Act. status word 1
Datatype: U16
P-Group: COMMANDS
Unit: -
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
2
Displays first active status word of inverter (bit format) and can be used to diagnose inverter status. The
display segments for the status word are shown in the "Introduction to MICROMASTER System
Parameters".
Bitfields:
Bit00
Drive ready
0
NO
1
YES
Bit01
Drive ready to run
0
NO
1
YES
Bit02
Drive running
0
NO
1
YES
Bit03
Drive fault active
0
NO
1
YES
Bit04
OFF2 active
0
YES
1
NO
Bit05
OFF3 active
0
YES
1
NO
Bit06
ON inhibit active
0
NO
1
YES
Bit07
Drive warning active
0
NO
1
YES
Bit08
Deviation setpoint / act. value
0
YES
1
NO
Bit09
PZD control
0
NO
1
YES
Bit10
Maximum frequency reached
0
NO
1
YES
Bit11
Warning: Motor current limit
0
YES
1
NO
Bit12
Motor holding brake active
0
NO
1
YES
Bit13
Motor overload
0
YES
1
NO
Bit14
Motor runs right
0
NO
1
YES
Bit15
Inverter overload
0
YES
1
NO
Note:
Output of Bit3 (Fault) will be inverted on digital output (Low = Fault, High = No Fault).
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CO/BO: Act. status word 2
Datatype: U16
Min:
Def:
Max:
Unit: -
P-Group: COMMANDS
Displays second status word of inverter (in bit format).
Bitfields:
Bit00
DC brake active
Bit01
f_act
>
P2167 (f_off)
Bit02
f_act
>
P1080 (f_min)
Bit03
Act. current r0027 >= P2170
Bit04
f_act
>
Bit05
f_act
<= P2155 (f_1)
Bit06
f_act>= setpoint
Bit07
Act. Vdc r0026 <
P2172
Bit08
Act. Vdc r0026 >
P2172
Bit09
Ramping finished
Bit10
PID output r2294
==
P2292 (PID_min)
Bit11
PID output r2294
==
P2291 (PID_max)
Bit14
Download data set 0 from AOP
Bit15
Download data set 1 from AOP
P2155 (f_1)
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
-
Level:
2
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
Details:
See description of seven-segment display given in the "Introduction to MICROMASTER System
Parameters" in this manual.
r0054
CO/BO: Act. control word 1
Datatype: U16
P-Group: COMMANDS
Unit: -
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
3
Displays first control word of inverter and can be used to diagnose which commands are active.
Bitfields:
Bit00
ON/OFF1
0
NO
1
YES
Bit01
OFF2: Electrical stop
0
YES
1
NO
Bit02
OFF3: Fast stop
0
YES
1
NO
Bit03
Pulse enable
0
NO
1
YES
Bit04
RFG enable
0
NO
1
YES
Bit05
RFG start
0
NO
1
YES
Bit06
Setpoint enable
0
NO
1
YES
Bit07
Fault acknowledge
0
NO
1
YES
Bit08
JOG right
0
NO
1
YES
Bit09
JOG left
0
NO
1
YES
Bit10
Control from PLC
0
NO
1
YES
Bit11
Reverse (setpoint inversion)
0
NO
1
YES
Bit13
Motor potentiometer MOP up
0
NO
1
YES
Bit14
Motor potentiometer MOP down
0
NO
1
YES
Bit15
Local / Remote
0
NO
1
YES
Details:
See description of seven-segment display given in the "Introduction to MICROMASTER System
Parameters" in this manual.
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r0055
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CO/BO: Act. control word 2
Datatype: U16
Unit: -
P-Group: COMMANDS
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
3
Displays additional control word of inverter and can be used to diagnose which commands are active.
Bitfields:
Bit00
Fixed frequency Bit 0
0
NO
1
YES
Bit01
Fixed frequency Bit 1
0
NO
1
YES
Bit02
Fixed frequency Bit 2
0
NO
1
YES
Bit08
PID enabled
0
NO
1
YES
Bit09
DC brake enabled
0
NO
1
YES
Bit13
External fault 1
0
YES
1
NO
Details:
See description of seven-segment display given in the "Introduction to MICROMASTER System
Parameters" in this handbook.
Level:
r0056
CO/BO: Status of motor control
Min: Datatype: U16
Unit: Def:
P-Group: CONTROL
Max: -
3
Displays status of motor control (MM420: V/f status), which can be used to diagnose inverter status.
Bitfields:
Bit00
Init. control finished
0
NO
1
YES
Bit01
Motor demagnetizing finished
0
NO
1
YES
Bit02
Pulses enabled
0
NO
1
YES
Bit03
Voltage soft start select
0
NO
1
YES
Bit04
Motor excitation finished
0
NO
1
YES
Bit05
Starting boost active
0
NO
1
YES
Bit06
Acceleration boost active
0
NO
1
YES
Bit07
Frequency is negative
0
NO
1
YES
Bit08
Field weakening active
0
NO
1
YES
Bit09
Volts setpoint limited
0
NO
1
YES
Bit10
Slip frequency limited
0
NO
1
YES
Bit11
F_out > F_max Freq. limited
0
NO
1
YES
Bit12
Phase reversal selected
0
NO
1
YES
Bit13
I-max controller active
0
NO
1
YES
Bit14
Vdc-max controller active
0
NO
1
YES
Bit15
KIB (Vdc-min control) active
0
NO
1
YES
Details:
See description of seven-segment display given in the introduction.
r0067
CO: Act. output current limit
Datatype: Float
P-Group: CONTROL
Unit: A
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
3
Displays valid maximum output current of inverter.
This value is influenced by P0640 (max. output current), the derating characteristics and the thermal motor
and inverter protection.
Dependency:
P0610 (motor I2t temperature reaction) defines reaction when limit is reached.
Note:
Normally, current limit = rated motor current (P0305) x motor current limit (P0640). It is less than or equal to
maximum inverter current.
The current limit may be reduced if the motor thermal model calculation indicates that overheating will
occur.
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1 Parameters
CO: Max. output voltage
Datatype: Float
Unit: V
P-Group: CONTROL
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
3
Displays maximum output voltage.
V
r0071
Vmax
(Inverter)
Vmax = f(Vdc,MODmax)
Vout
(Inverter)
P0304
Vn
(Motor)
f
P0310
fn
(Motor)
P, ψ
Power
Flux
~
1
f
Field weakening
f
Dependency:
Actual maximum output voltage depends on the actual input supply voltage.
r0078
CO: Act. current Isq
Datatype: Float
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
Unit: A
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
Unit: %
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
P-Group: CONTROL
4
Displays component of torque generating current.
r0084
CO: Act. air gap flux
Datatype: Float
P-Group: CONTROL
4
Displays air gap flux in [%] relative to the rated motor flux.
r0086
CO: Act. active current
Datatype: Float
P-Group: CONTROL
Unit: A
3
Displays active (real part) of motor current.
Dependency:
Applies when V/f control is selected in P1300 (control mode); otherwise, the display shows the value zero.
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P0100
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Europe / North America
CStat:
C
P-Group: QUICK
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. Yes
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
0
2
Level:
1
Determines whether power settings (e.g. nominal rating plate power - P0307) are expressed in [kW] or [hp].
The default settings for the nominal rating plate frequency (P0310) and maximum motor frequency (P1082)
are also set automatically here, in addition to reference frequency (P2000).
Possible Settings:
0
Europe [kW],
frequency default 50 Hz
1
North America [hp], frequency default 60 Hz
2
North America [kW], frequency default 60 Hz
Dependency:
The setting of DIP switch 2 determines the validity of settings 0 and 1 for P0100 according to the diagram
below:
R
e
m
o
v
e
S
D
DIP2
P
Quick
commissioning
P0010 = 1
Power
cycle
P0100 = 2
?
yes
yes
no
no
no
DIP2 = OFF
?
P0100 = 2
?
P0100 = 1
?
yes
no
yes
Power in kW
50 Hz
Power in kW
60 Hz
Power in hp
60 Hz
P0100 = 0
P0100 = 2
P0100 = 1
Stop drive first (i.e. disable all pulses) before you change this parameter.
P0010 = 1 (commissioning mode) enables changes to be made.
Changing P0100 resets all rated motor parameters as well as other parameters that depend on the rated
motor parameters (see P0340 - calculation of motor parameters).
Notice:
P0100 setting 2 (==> [kW], frequency default 60 [Hz]) is not overwritten by the setting of DIP switch 2 (see
diagram above).
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r0200
Act. power stack code number
Datatype: U32
Min:
Def:
Max:
Unit: -
P-Group: INVERTER
Level:
-
3
Identifies hardware variant as shown in table below.
CodeNo.
MM420
MLFB
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
6SE6420-2UC11-2AAx
6SE6420-2UC12-5AAx
6SE6420-2UC13-7AAx
6SE6420-2UC15-5AAx
6SE6420-2UC17-5AAx
6SE6420-2UC21-1BAx
6SE6420-2UC21-5BAx
6SE6420-2UC22-2BAx
6SE6420-2UC23-0CAx
6SE6420-2UC24-0CAx
6SE6420-2UC25-5CAx
6SE6420-2AB11-2AAx
6SE6420-2AB12-5AAx
6SE6420-2AB13-7AAx
6SE6420-2AB15-5AAx
6SE6420-2AB17-5AAx
6SE6420-2AB21-1BAx
6SE6420-2AB21-5BAx
6SE6420-2AB22-2BAx
6SE6420-2AB23-0CAx
6SE6420-2AB23-1CAx
6SE6420-2AB24-0CAx
6SE6420-2AB25-0CAx
6SE6420-2UD13-7AAx
6SE6420-2UD15-5AAx
6SE6420-2UD17-5AAx
6SE6420-2UD21-1AAx
6SE6420-2UD21-5AAx
6SE6420-2UD22-2BAx
6SE6420-2UD23-0BAx
6SE6420-2UD24-0BAx
6SE6420-2UD25-5CAx
6SE6420-2UD27-5CAx
6SE6420-2UD31-1CAx
6SE6420-2AD22-2BAx
6SE6420-2AD23-0BAx
6SE6420-2AD24-0BAx
6SE6420-2AD25-5CAx
6SE6420-2AD27-5CAx
6SE6420-2AD31-1CAx
Input Voltage & Frequency
CT Power Internal Frame
Filter Size
kW
1/3AC200-240V +10% -10% 47-63Hz
1/3AC200-240V +10% -10% 47-63Hz
1/3AC200-240V +10% -10% 47-63Hz
1/3AC200-240V +10% -10% 47-63Hz
1/3AC200-240V +10% -10% 47-63Hz
1/3AC200-240V +10% -10% 47-63Hz
1/3AC200-240V +10% -10% 47-63Hz
1/3AC200-240V +10% -10% 47-63Hz
1/3AC200-240V +10% -10% 47-63Hz
3AC200-240V +10% -10% 47-63Hz
3AC200-240V +10% -10% 47-63Hz
1AC200-240V +10% -10% 47-63Hz
1AC200-240V +10% -10% 47-63Hz
1AC200-240V +10% -10% 47-63Hz
1AC200-240V +10% -10% 47-63Hz
1AC200-240V +10% -10% 47-63Hz
1AC200-240V +10% -10% 47-63Hz
1AC200-240V +10% -10% 47-63Hz
1AC200-240V +10% -10% 47-63Hz
1AC200-240V +10% -10% 47-63Hz
3AC200-240V +10% -10% 47-63Hz
3AC200-240V +10% -10% 47-63Hz
3AC200-240V +10% -10% 47-63Hz
3AC380-480V +10% -10% 47-63Hz
3AC380-480V +10% -10% 47-63Hz
3AC380-480V +10% -10% 47-63Hz
3AC380-480V +10% -10% 47-63Hz
3AC380-480V +10% -10% 47-63Hz
3AC380-480V +10% -10% 47-63Hz
3AC380-480V +10% -10% 47-63Hz
3AC380-480V +10% -10% 47-63Hz
3AC380-480V +10% -10% 47-63Hz
3AC380-480V +10% -10% 47-63Hz
3AC380-480V +10% -10% 47-63Hz
3AC380-480V +10% -10% 47-63Hz
3AC380-480V +10% -10% 47-63Hz
3AC380-480V +10% -10% 47-63Hz
3AC380-480V +10% -10% 47-63Hz
3AC380-480V +10% -10% 47-63Hz
3AC380-480V +10% -10% 47-63Hz
0,12
0,25
0,37
0,55
0,75
1,1
1,5
2,2
3
4
5,5
0,12
0,25
0,37
0,55
0,75
1,1
1,5
2,2
3
3
4
5,5
0,37
0,55
0,75
1,1
1,5
2,2
3
4
5,5
7,5
11
2,2
3
4
5,5
7,5
11
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
Cl. A
Cl. A
Cl. A
Cl. A
Cl. A
Cl. A
Cl. A
Cl. A
Cl. A
Cl. A
Cl. A
Cl. A
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
Cl. A
Cl. A
Cl. A
Cl. A
Cl. A
Cl. A
A
A
A
A
A
B
B
B
C
C
C
A
A
A
A
A
B
B
B
C
C
C
C
A
A
A
A
A
B
B
B
C
C
C
B
B
B
C
C
C
Notice:
Parameter r0200 = 0 indicates that no power stack has been identified.
P0201
Power stack code number
CStat:
C
P-Group: INVERTER
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
0
65535
Level:
3
Confirms actual power stack identified.
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r0203
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Act. inverter type
Datatype: U16
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
Unit: -
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
Unit: -
-
Level:
P-Group: INVERTER
3
Type number of actual inverter identified.
Possible Settings:
1
MICROMASTER 420
2
MICROMASTER 440
3
MICRO- / COMBIMASTER 411
4
MICROMASTER 410
5
Reserved
6
MICROMASTER 440 PX
7
MICROMASTER 430
r0204
Power stack features
Datatype: U32
P-Group: INVERTER
Displays hardware features of power stack.
Bitfields:
Bit00
DC input voltage
Bit01
0
1
0
1
RFI filter
3
NO
YES
NO
YES
Note:
Parameter r0204 = 0 indicates that no power stack has been identified.
r0206
Rated inverter power [kW] / [hp]
Datatype: Float
Min:
Def:
Max:
Unit: -
P-Group: INVERTER
2
Displays nominal rated motor power from inverter.
Dependency:
Value is displayed in [kW] or [hp] depending on setting for P0100 (operation for Europe / North America).
Level:
r0207
Rated inverter current
Min: Datatype: Float
Unit: A
Def:
P-Group: INVERTER
Max: -
2
Displays maximum continuous output current of inverter.
r0208
Rated inverter voltage
Datatype: U32
Unit: V
P-Group: INVERTER
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
230
1000
Level:
2
Displays nominal AC supply voltage of inverter.
Value:
r0208 = 230 : 200 - 240 V +/- 10 %
r0208 = 400 : 380 - 480 V +/- 10 %
r0208 = 575 : 500 - 600 V +/- 10 %
P0210
Supply voltage
CStat:
CT
P-Group: INVERTER
Datatype: U16
Active: Immediately
Unit: V
QuickComm. No
3
Optimizes Vdc controller, which extends the ramp-down time if regenerative energy from motor would
otherwise cause DC link overvoltage trips.
Reducing the value enables controller to cut in earlier and reduce the risk of overvoltage.
Dependency:
Set P1254 ("Auto detect Vdc switch-on levels") = 0. Cut-in levels for Vdc-controller and compound braking
are then derived directly from P0210 (supply voltage).
Vdc_max switch-on level
= 1.15 ⋅ 2 ⋅ P0210
Compound braking switch-on level
= 1.13 ⋅ 2 ⋅ P0210
Note:
If mains voltage is higher than value entered, automatic deactivation of the Vdc controller may occur to
avoid acceleration of the motor. An alarm will be issued in this case (A0910).
Default value is dependant on inverter rated power.
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r0231[2]
Max. cable length
Datatype: U16
Unit: m
P-Group: INVERTER
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
3
Indexed parameter to display maximum allowable cable length between inverter and motor.
Index:
r0231[0] : Max. allowed unscreened cable length
r0231[1] : Max. allowed screened cable length
Notice:
P0290
For full EMC compliance, the screened cable must not exceed 25 m in length when an EMC filter is fitted.
Level:
Inverter overload reaction
Min: 0
CStat:
CT
Datatype: U16
Unit: Def:
2
P-Group: INVERTER
Active: first confirm
QuickComm. No
Max: 3
3
Selects reaction of inverter to an internal over-temperature.
Following physical values influence the inverter overload protection (see diagram):
- heat sink temperature
- inverter I²t
Inverter overload reaction
P0290
A0504
i2t
i_max
control
Heat sink
temperature
A0505
A0506
f_pulse
control
F0004
F0005
Possible Settings:
0
Reduce output frequency
1
Trip (F0004)
2
Reduce pulse frequency and output frequency
3
Reduce pulse frequency then trip (F0004)
Notice:
P0290 = 0:
Reduction of output frequency is usually only effective if the load is also reduced. This is for example valid
for variable torque applications with a quadratic torque characteristic as pumps or fans.
A trip will always result eventually, if the action taken does not sufficiently reduce internal temperature.
P0291
The pulse frequency is normally reduced only if higher than 2 kHz (see P0291 - configuration of inverter
protection).
Level:
Inverter protection
Min: 0
CStat:
CT
Datatype: U16
Unit: Def:
1
P-Group: INVERTER
Active: Immediately
QuickComm. No
Max: 1
3
Control bit 0 for enabling/disabling automatic pulse frequency reduction at output frequencies below 2 Hz.
Bitfields:
Bit00
Pulse frequency reduced below 2Hz
0
NO
1
YES
Details:
See P0290 (inverter overload reaction)
Level:
P0292
Inverter overload warning
Min: 0
CStat:
CUT
Datatype: U16
Unit: °C
Def:
15
P-Group: INVERTER
Active: first confirm
QuickComm. No
Max: 25
3
Defines temperature difference (in [°C]) between inverter over-temperature trip and warning thresholds.
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P0294
04/02
Inverter I2t overload warning
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: INVERTER
Datatype: Float
Active: first confirm
Unit: %
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
10.0
95.0
100.0
Level:
4
Defines the [%] value at which alarm A0504 (inverter overtemperature) is generated.
Inverter I2t calculation is used to estimate a maximum tolerable period for inverter overload. The I2t
calculation value is deemed = 100 % when this maximum tolerable period is reached.
Dependency:
Motor overload factor (P0640) reduced to 100 % at this point.
Note:
P0294 = 100 % corresponds to stationary nominal load.
P0300
Select motor type
CStat:
C
P-Group: MOTOR
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. Yes
Min:
Def:
Max:
1
1
2
Level:
2
Selects motor type.
This parameter is required during commissioning to select motor type and optimize inverter performance.
Most motors are asynchronous; if in doubt, use the formula below.
(rated motor frequency (P0310) * 60) / rated motor speed (P0311)
If the result is a whole number, the motor is synchronous.
Possible Settings:
1
Asynchronous motor
2
Synchronous motor
Dependency:
Changeable only when P0010 = 1 (quick commissioning).
If synchronous motor is selected, the following functions are not available:
P0308 Power factor
P0309 Motor efficiency
P0346 Magnetization time
P0347 Demagnetization time
P1335 Slip compensation
P1336 Slip limit
P0320 Motor magnetizing current
P0330 Rated motor slip
P0331 Rated magnetization current
P0332 Rated power factor
P0384 Rotor time constant
P1200, P1202, P1203 Flying start
P1230, P1232, P1233 DC braking
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P0304
Rated motor voltage
CStat:
C
P-Group: MOTOR
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
Unit: V
QuickComm. Yes
Min:
Def:
Max:
Level:
10
230
2000
1
Nominal motor voltage [V] from rating plate. Following diagram shows a typical rating plate with the
locations of the relevant motor data.
P0305
P0310
P0304
3~Mot
1LA7130-4AA10
No UD 0013509-0090-0031
P0307
TICI F
1325
EN 60034
IP 55
IM B3
50 Hz
230-400 V
60 Hz
460 V
5.5kW
19.7/11.A
6.5kW
10.9 A
Cos ϕ 0.81
1455/min
Cos ϕ 0.82
∆/Υ 220-240/380-420 V
Υ 440-480
19.7-20.6/11.4-11.9 A
11.1-11.3 A
P0308
P0311
1755/min
95.75%
45kg
P0309
Dependency:
Changeable only when P0010 = 1 (quick commissioning).
Note:
Default value is dependant on inverter rated power.
P0305
Rated motor current
CStat:
C
P-Group: MOTOR
Datatype: Float
Active: first confirm
Unit: A
QuickComm. Yes
Min:
Def:
Max:
0.01
3.25
10000.00
Level:
1
Nominal motor current [A] from rating plate - see diagram in P0304.
Dependency:
Changeable only when P0010 = 1 (quick commissioning).
Depends also on P0320 (motor magnetization current).
Note:
For asynchronous motors, the maximum value is defined as the maximum inverter current.
For synchronous motors, the maximum value is defined as twice the maximum inverter current.
The minimum value is defined as 1/32 times inverter rated current (r0207).
When the relation of the nominal motor current p0305 and half of the maximal inverter current exceeds 1,5
an additional current derating is applied. This is necessary to protect the inverter from harmonic current
waves.
Default value is dependant on inverter rated power.
P0307
Rated motor power
CStat:
C
P-Group: MOTOR
Datatype: Float
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. Yes
Min:
Def:
Max:
0.01
0.75
2000.00
Level:
1
Nominal motor power [kW/hp] from rating plate.
Dependency:
If P0100 = 1, values will be in [hp] - see diagram P0304 (rating plate).
Changeable only when P0010 = 1 (quick commissioning).
Note:
Default value is dependant on inverter rated power.
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P0308
04/02
Rated motor cosPhi
CStat:
C
P-Group: MOTOR
Datatype: Float
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. Yes
Min:
Def:
Max:
0.000
0.000
1.000
Level:
Min:
Def:
Max:
0.0
0.0
99.9
Level:
Min:
Def:
Max:
12.00
50.00
650.00
Level:
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
0
40000
Level:
-
Level:
2
Nominal motor power factor (cosPhi) from rating plate - see diagram P0304.
Dependency:
Changeable only when P0010 = 1 (quick commissioning).
Visible only when P0100 = 0 or 2, (motor power entered in [kW]).
Setting 0 causes internal calculation of value (see r0332).
P0309
Rated motor efficiency
CStat:
C
P-Group: MOTOR
Datatype: Float
Active: first confirm
Unit: %
QuickComm. Yes
2
Nominal motor efficiency in [%] from rating plate.
Dependency:
Changeable only when P0010 = 1 (quick commissioning).
Visible only when P0100 = 1, (i.e. motor power entered in [hp]).
Setting 0 causes internal calculation of value (see r0332).
Note:
P0309 = 100 % corresponds to superconducting.
Details:
See diagram in P0304 (rating plate).
P0310
Rated motor frequency
CStat:
C
P-Group: MOTOR
Datatype: Float
Active: first confirm
Unit: Hz
QuickComm. Yes
1
Nominal motor frequency [Hz] from rating plate.
Dependency:
Changeable only when P0010 = 1 (quick commissioning).
Pole pair number recalculated automatically if parameter is changed.
Details:
See diagram in P0304 (rating plate)
P0311
Rated motor speed
CStat:
C
P-Group: MOTOR
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
Unit: 1/min
QuickComm. Yes
1
Nominal motor speed [rpm] from rating plate.
Dependency:
Changeable only when P0010 = 1 (quick commissioning).
Setting 0 causes internal calculation of value.
Required for vector control and V/f control with speed controller.
Slip compensation in V/f control requires rated motor speed for correct operation.
Pole pair number recalculated automatically if parameter is changed.
Note:
Default value is dependant on inverter rated power.
Details:
See diagram in P0304 (rating plate)
r0313
Motor pole pairs
Datatype: U16
P-Group: MOTOR
Unit: -
Min:
Def:
Max:
3
Displays number of motor pole pairs that the inverter is currently using for internal calculations.
Value:
r0313 = 1 : 2-pole motor
r0313 = 2 : 4-pole motor
etc.
Dependency:
Recalculated automatically when P0310 (rated motor frequency) or P0311 (rated motor speed) is changed.
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P0320
Motor magnetizing current
CStat:
CT
P-Group: MOTOR
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
Unit: %
QuickComm. Yes
Min:
Def:
Max:
0.0
0.0
99.0
Level:
3
Defines motor magnetization current in [%] relative to P0305 (rated motor current).
Dependency:
P0320 = 0:
Setting 0 causes calculation by P0340 = 1 (data entered from rating plate) or by P3900 = 1 - 3 (end of quick
commissioning). The calculated value is displayed in parameter r0331.
Level:
r0330
Rated motor slip
Min: Datatype: Float
Unit: %
Def:
P-Group: MOTOR
Max: -
3
Displays nominal motor slip in [%] relative to P0310 (rated motor frequency) and P0311 (rated motor
speed).
r0330 [%] =
r0331
P0311
⋅ r0313
60
⋅ 100 %
P0310
P0310 −
Rated magnetization current
Datatype: Float
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
Unit: A
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
Unit: -
P-Group: MOTOR
3
Displays calculated magnetizing current of motor in [A].
r0332
Rated power factor
Datatype: Float
P-Group: MOTOR
3
Displays power factor for motor
Dependency:
Value is calculated internally if P0308 (rated motor cosPhi) set to 0; otherwise, value entered in P0308 is
displayed.
Level:
P0335
Motor cooling
Min: 0
CStat:
CT
Datatype: U16
Unit: Def:
0
P-Group: MOTOR
Active: first confirm
QuickComm. Yes
Max: 1
2
Selects motor cooling system used.
Possible Settings:
0
Self-cooled: Using shaft mounted fan attached to motor
1
Force-cooled: Using separately powered cooling fan
Notice:
Motors of series 1LA1 and 1LA8 have an internal fan. This internal motor fan must not be confused with the
fan at the end of the motor shaft.
Level:
P0340
Calculation of motor parameters
Min: 0
CStat:
CT
Datatype: U16
Unit: Def:
0
P-Group: MOTOR
Active: first confirm
QuickComm. No
Max: 1
2
Calculates various motor parameters, including:
P0344 Motor weight
P0346 Magnetization time
P0347 Demagnetization time
P0350 Stator resistance
P0611 Motor I2t time constant
P1253 Vdc-controller output limitation
P1316 Boost end frequency
P2000 Reference frequency
P2002 Reference current
Possible Settings:
0
No calculation
1
Complete parameterization
Note:
This parameter is required during commissioning to optimize inverter performance.
P0344
Motor weight
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: MOTOR
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
Unit: kg
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
1.0
9.4
6500.0
Level:
3
Specifies motor weight [kg].
Note:
This value is used in the motor thermal model.
It is normally calculated automatically from P0340 (motor parameters) but can also be entered manually.
Default value is dependant on inverter rated power.
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Magnetization time
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: MOTOR
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
Unit: s
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0.000
1.000
20.000
Level:
3
Sets magnetization time [s], i.e. waiting time between pulse enable and start of ramp-up. Motor
magnetization builds up during this time.
Magnetization time is normally calculated automatically from the motor data and corresponds to the rotor
time constant (r0384).
Note:
If boost settings are higher than 100 %, magnetization may be reduced.
Default value is dependant on inverter rated power.
Notice:
An excessive reduction of this time can result in insufficient motor magnetization.
P0347
Demagnetization time
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: MOTOR
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
Unit: s
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0.000
1.000
20.000
Level:
3
Changes time allowed after OFF2 / fault condition, before pulses can be re-enabled.
Note:
The demagnetization time is approximately 2.5 x rotor time constant (r0384) in seconds.
Default value is dependant on inverter rated power.
Notice:
Not active following a normally completed ramp-down, e.g. after OFF1, OFF3 or JOG.
Overcurrent trips will occur if the time is decreased excessively.
P0350
Stator resistance (line-to-line)
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: MOTOR
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
Unit: Ohm
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0.00001
4.0
400.0
Level:
2
Stator resistance value in [Ohms] for connected motor (from line-to-line). The parameter value includes the
cable resistance.
There are three ways to determine the value for this parameter:
1. Calculate using
P0340 = 1 (data entered from rating plate) or
P0010 = 1, P3900 = 1,2 or 3 (end of quick commissioning).
2. Measure using P1910 = 1 (motor data identification - value for stator resistance is overwritten).
3. Measure manually using an Ohmmeter.
Note:
Since measured line-to-line, this value may appear to be higher (up to 2 times higher) than expected.
The value entered in P0350 (stator resistance) is the one obtained by the method last used.
Default value is dependant on inverter rated power.
r0370
Stator resistance [%]
Datatype: Float
Unit: %
P-Group: MOTOR
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
4
Displays standardized stator resistance of motor equivalent circuit (phase value) in [%].
Note:
100 % means : Zratedmot ⋅
r0372
P0304
P0305
Cable resistance [%]
Datatype: Float
Unit: %
P-Group: MOTOR
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
4
Displays standardized cable resistance of motor equivalent circuit (phase value)in [%]. It is estimated to be
20 % of the stator resistance.
Note:
100 % means : Zratedmot ⋅
r0373
P0304
P0305
Rated stator resistance [%]
Datatype: Float
P-Group: MOTOR
Unit: %
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
4
Displays rated stator resistance of the motor equivalent circuit (phase value) in [%].
Note:
100 % means : Zratedmot ⋅
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r0374
Rotor resistance [%]
Datatype: Float
Unit: %
P-Group: MOTOR
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
4
Displays standardized rotor resistance of the motor equivalent circuit (phase value) in [%].
Note:
100 % means : Zratedmot ⋅
r0376
P0304
P0305
Rated rotor resistance [%]
Datatype: Float
Unit: %
P-Group: MOTOR
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
-
Level:
4
Displays rated rotor resistance of the motor equivalent circuit (phase value) in [%].
Note:
100 % means : Zratedmot ⋅
r0377
P0304
P0305
Total leakage reactance [%]
Datatype: Float
Unit: %
P-Group: MOTOR
Min:
Def:
Max:
4
Displays standardized total leakage reactance of the motor equivalent circuit (phase value) in [%].
Note:
100 % means : Zratedmot ⋅
r0382
P0304
P0305
Main reactance [%]
Datatype: Float
Unit: %
P-Group: MOTOR
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
4
Displays standardized main reactance of the motor equivalent circuit (phase value) in [%].
Note:
100 % means : Zratedmot ⋅
r0384
P0304
P0305
Rotor time constant
Datatype: Float
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
Unit: ms
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
Unit: ms
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
Unit: %
P-Group: MOTOR
3
Displays calculated rotor time constant [ms].
r0386
Total leakage time constant
Datatype: Float
P-Group: MOTOR
4
Displays total leakage time constant of motor.
r0395
CO: Total stator resistance [%]
Datatype: Float
P-Group: MOTOR
3
Displays stator resistance of motor as [%] of combined stator/cable resistance.
Note:
100 % means : Zratedmot ⋅
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Motor I2t temperature reaction
CStat:
CT
P-Group: MOTOR
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
2
2
Level:
3
Defines reaction when motor I2t reaches warning threshold.
Possible Settings:
0
No reaction, warning only
1
Warning and Imax reduction (results in reduced output frequency)
2
Warning and trip (F0011)
Dependency:
Trip level = P0614 (motor I2t overload warning level) * 110 %
Note:
The purpose of motor I²t is to calculate or measure the motor temperature and disable the inverter if the
motor is in danger of overheating.
The motor temperature will be dependent on many factors, including the size of the motor, the ambient
temperature, the previous history of the loading of the motor, and of course, the load current. (The square of
the current actually determines the heating of the motor and the temperature rises with time - hence I²t).
Because most motors are cooled by built in fans running at motor speed, the speed of the motor is also
important. Clearly a motor running at high current (maybe due to boost) and a low speed, will overheat more
quickly than one running at 50 or 60 Hz, full load. The MM4 take account of these factors.
The drives also include inverter I²t protection (i.e. overheating protection, see P0290) in order to protect the
units themselves. This operates independently of the motor I²t, and is not described here.
I²t operation:
The measured motor current (r0027) is compared with the rated motor current (P0305), and other motor
parameters (P0304, P0307, etc.), and the temperature of the motor calculated, a calculation which also
includes the output frequency (motor speed) to account for fan cooling. If parameter P0335 is changed to
indicate a forced cooled motor, the calculation is modified accordingly.
Where parameters are not entered by the user, such as P0344 (motor weight), a calculated value will be
used based on a Siemens motor. If required, the motor time constant can be adjusted using P0611, in effect
overwriting the calculated value.
The resulting temperature is displayed in % of maximum temperature in r0034. When this value reaches
the value set in P0614 (default 100%), a warning A0511 occurs. If no action is taken and the temperature
reaches 110%, then the inverter trips, showing F0011. The reaction to the warning can be changed from
this default using P0610; for example, the drive can react as though a current limit has occurred, or a fault
forced immediately. The warning level of P0614 can also be adjusted to raise and lower the warning or trip
level as required.
P0611
Parameter r0034 is particularly useful to monitor if the calculated motor temperature is rising excessively.
Level:
Min: 0
CStat:
CT
Datatype: U16
Unit: s
Def:
100
P-Group: MOTOR
Active: Immediately
QuickComm. No
Max: 16000
Motor I2t time constant
2
Defines motor thermal time constant and is calculated automatically from the motor data (see P0340).
Notice:
A larger number increases the time taken for the calculated motor temperature to change.
Default value is dependant on inverter rated power.
P0614
Motor I2t overload warning level
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: MOTOR
Datatype: Float
Active: first confirm
Unit: %
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0.0
100.0
400.0
Level:
2
Defines the [%] value at which alarm A0511 (motor overtemperature) is generated.
Motor I2t calculation is used to estimate a maximum tolerable period (i.e. without overheating) for motor
overload. The I2t calculation value is deemed = 100 % when this maximum tolerable period is reached (see
r0034).
Dependency:
A motor over-temperature trip (F0011) is produced at 110 % of this level.
Level:
P0640
Motor overload factor [%]
Min: 10.0
CStat:
CUT
Datatype: Float
Unit: %
Def:
150.0
P-Group: MOTOR
Active: Immediately
QuickComm. Yes
Max: 400.0
2
Defines motor overload current limit in [%] relative to P0305 (rated motor current).
Dependency:
Limited to maximum inverter current or to 400 % of rated motor current (P0305), whichever is the lower.
Details:
See function diagram for current limitation.
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P0700
Selection of command source
CStat:
CT
P-Group: COMMANDS
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
2
6
Level:
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
1
99
Level:
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
12
99
Level:
Unit: QuickComm. No
Unit: QuickComm. Yes
1
Selects digital command source.
Possible Settings:
0
Factory default setting
1
BOP (keypad)
2
Terminal
4
USS on BOP link
5
USS on COM link
6
CB on COM link
Note:
Changing this parameter resets (to default) all settings on item selected.
For example:
Changing form 1 to 2 resets all digital inputs to default settings.
P0701
Function of digital input 1
CStat:
CT
P-Group: COMMANDS
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
2
Selects function of digital input 1.
Possible Settings:
0
Digital input disabled
1
ON/OFF1
2
ON reverse /OFF1
3
OFF2 - coast to standstill
4
OFF3 - quick ramp-down
9
Fault acknowledge
10
JOG right
11
JOG left
12
Reverse
13
MOP up (increase frequency)
14
MOP down (decrease frequency)
15
Fixed setpoint (Direct selection)
16
Fixed setpoint (Direct selection + ON)
17
Fixed setpoint (Binary coded selection + ON)
21
Local/remote
25
DC brake enable
29
External trip
33
Disable additional freq setpoint
99
Enable BICO parameterization
Dependency:
Setting 99 (enable BICO parameterization) requires
- P0700 command source or
- P0010 = 1, P3900 = 1, 2 or 3 quick commissioning or
- P0010 = 30, P0970 = 1 factory reset in order to reset.
Notice:
Setting 99 (BICO) for expert use only.
P0702
Function of digital input 2
CStat:
CT
P-Group: COMMANDS
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
2
Selects function of digital input 2.
Possible Settings:
0
Digital input disabled
1
ON/OFF1
2
ON reverse /OFF1
3
OFF2 - coast to standstill
4
OFF3 - quick ramp-down
9
Fault acknowledge
10
JOG right
11
JOG left
12
Reverse
13
MOP up (increase frequency)
14
MOP down (decrease frequency)
15
Fixed setpoint (Direct selection)
16
Fixed setpoint (Direct selection + ON)
17
Fixed setpoint (Binary coded selection + ON)
21
Local/remote
25
DC brake enable
29
External trip
33
Disable additional freq setpoint
99
Enable BICO parameterization
Details:
See P0701 (function of digital input1).
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Function of digital input 3
CStat:
CT
P-Group: COMMANDS
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
9
99
Level:
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
0
99
Level:
Unit: QuickComm. No
2
Selects function of digital input 3.
Possible Settings:
0
Digital input disabled
1
ON/OFF1
2
ON reverse /OFF1
3
OFF2 - coast to standstill
4
OFF3 - quick ramp-down
9
Fault acknowledge
10
JOG right
11
JOG left
12
Reverse
13
MOP up (increase frequency)
14
MOP down (decrease frequency)
15
Fixed setpoint (Direct selection)
16
Fixed setpoint (Direct selection + ON)
17
Fixed setpoint (Binary coded selection + ON)
21
Local/remote
25
DC brake enable
29
External trip
33
Disable additional freq setpoint
99
Enable BICO parameterization
Details:
See P0701 (function of digital input 1).
P0704
Function of digital input 4
CStat:
CT
P-Group: COMMANDS
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
2
Selects function of digital input 4 (via analog input).
Possible Settings:
0
Digital input disabled
1
ON/OFF1
2
ON reverse /OFF1
3
OFF2 - coast to standstill
4
OFF3 - quick ramp-down
9
Fault acknowledge
10
JOG right
11
JOG left
12
Reverse
13
MOP up (increase freq.)
14
MOP down (decrease freq.)
21
Local/remote
25
DC brake enable
29
External trip
33
Disable additional freq setpoint
99
Enable BICO parameterization
Details:
See P0701 (function of digital input 1).
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P0719
Selection of cmd. & freq. setp.
CStat:
CT
P-Group: COMMANDS
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
0
66
Level:
3
Central switch to select control command source for inverter.
Switches command and setpoint source between freely programmable BICO parameters and fixed
command/setpoint profiles. Command and setpoint sources can be changed independently.
The tens digit chooses the command source and the units digit chooses the setpoint source.
The two indices of this parameter are used for local/remote switching. The local/remote signal switches
between these settings.
The default setting is 0 for the first index (i.e. normal parameterization is active).
The second index is for control via BOP (i.e. activating the local/remote signal will then switch to BOP).
Possible Settings:
0
Cmd = BICO parameter
Setpoint = BICO parameter
1
Cmd = BICO parameter
Setpoint = MOP setpoint
2
Cmd = BICO parameter
Setpoint = Analog setpoint
3
Cmd = BICO parameter
Setpoint = Fixed frequency
4
Cmd = BICO parameter
Setpoint = USS on BOP link
5
Cmd = BICO parameter
Setpoint = USS on COM link
6
Cmd = BICO parameter
Setpoint = CB on COM link
10
Cmd = BOP
Setpoint = BICO parameter
11
Cmd = BOP
Setpoint = MOP setpoint
12
Cmd = BOP
Setpoint = Analog setpoint
13
Cmd = BOP
Setpoint = Fixed frequency
15
Cmd = BOP
Setpoint = USS on COM link
16
Cmd = BOP
Setpoint = CB on COM link
40
Cmd = USS on BOP link
Setpoint = BICO parameter
41
Cmd = USS on BOP link
Setpoint = MOP setpoint
42
Cmd = USS on BOP link
Setpoint = Analog setpoint
43
Cmd = USS on BOP link
Setpoint = Fixed frequency
44
Cmd = USS on BOP link
Setpoint = USS on BOP link
45
Cmd = USS on BOP link
Setpoint = USS on COM link
46
Cmd = USS on BOP link
Setpoint = CB on COM link
50
Cmd = USS on COM link
Setpoint = BICO parameter
51
Cmd = USS on COM link
Setpoint = MOP setpoint
52
Cmd = USS on COM link
Setpoint = Analog setpoint
53
Cmd = USS on COM link
Setpoint = Fixed frequency
54
Cmd = USS on COM link
Setpoint = USS on BOP link
55
Cmd = USS on COM link
Setpoint = USS on COM link
60
Cmd = CB on COM link
Setpoint = BICO parameter
61
Cmd = CB on COM link
Setpoint = MOP setpoint
62
Cmd = CB on COM link
Setpoint = Analog setpoint
63
Cmd = CB on COM link
Setpoint = Fixed frequency
64
Cmd = CB on COM link
Setpoint = USS on BOP link
66
Cmd = CB on COM link
Setpoint = CB on COM link
Index:
P0719[0] : 1st Control source (Remote)
P0719[1] : 2nd Control source (Local)
Note:
If set to a value other than 0 (i.e. BICO parameter is not the setpoint source), P0844 / P0848 (first source of
OFF2 / OFF3) are not effective; instead, P0845 / P0849 (second source of OFF2 / OFF3) apply and the
OFF commands are obtained via the particular source defined.
BICO connections made previously remain unchanged.
r0720
Number of digital inputs
Datatype: U16
P-Group: COMMANDS
Unit: -
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
3
Displays number of digital inputs.
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Datatype: U16
P-Group: COMMANDS
Displays status of digital inputs.
Bitfields:
Bit00
Digital input 1
Bit01
Digital input 2
Bit02
Digital input 3
Bit03
Digital input 4 (via ADC)
-
Level:
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
3
3
Level:
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
1
1
Level:
Min:
Def:
Max:
Unit: -
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
2
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
Note:
Segment is lit when signal is active.
P0724
Debounce time for digital inputs
CStat:
CT
P-Group: COMMANDS
Datatype: U16
Active: Immediately
Unit: QuickComm. No
3
Defines debounce time (filtering time) used for digital inputs.
Possible Settings:
0
No debounce time
1
2.5 ms debounce time
2
8.2 ms debounce time
3
12.3 ms debounce time
P0725
PNP / NPN digital inputs
CStat:
CT
P-Group: COMMANDS
Datatype: U16
Active: Immediately
Unit: QuickComm. No
3
Switches between active high (PNP) and active low (NPN). This is valid for all digital inputs simultaneously.
The following is valid by using the internal supply:
Possible Settings:
0
NPN mode ==> low active
1
PNP mode ==> high active
Value:
NPN: Terminals 5/6/7 must be connected via terminal 9 ( 0 V).
PNP: Terminals 5/6/7 must be connected via terminal 8 (24 V).
r0730
Number of digital outputs
Datatype: U16
P-Group: COMMANDS
Unit: -
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
3
Displays number of digital outputs (relays).
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P0731
BI: Function of digital output 1
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: COMMANDS
Datatype: U32
Active: first confirm
Defines source of digital output 1.
Common Settings:
52.0 Drive ready
52.1 Drive ready to run
52.2 Drive running
52.3 Drive fault active
52.4 OFF2 active
52.5 OFF3 active
52.6 Switch on inhibit active
52.7 Drive warning active
52.8 Deviation setpoint/actual value
52.9 PZD control (Process Data Control)
52.A Maximum frequency reached
52.B Warning: Motor current limit
52.C Motor holding brake (MHB) active
52.D Motor overload
52.E Motor running direction right
52.F Inverter overload
53.0 DC brake active
53.1 Act. freq. f_act > P2167 (f_off)
53.2 Act. freq. f_act > P1080 (f_min)
53.3 Act. current r0027 >= P2170
53.4 Act. freq. f_act > P2155 (f_1)
53.5 Act. freq. f_act <= P2155 (f_1)
53.6 Act. freq. f_act >= setpoint
53.7 Act. Vdc r0026 < P2172
53.8 Act. Vdc r0026 > P2172
53.A PID output r2294 == P2292 (PID_min)
53.B PID output r2294 == P2291 (PID_max)
r0747
Unit: QuickComm. No
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0:0
52:3
4000:0
Level:
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
0
0
1
Level:
2
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
CO/BO: State of digital outputs
Datatype: U16
Min:
Def:
Max:
Unit: -
P-Group: COMMANDS
3
Displays status of digital outputs (also includes inversion of digital outputs via P0748).
Bitfields:
Bit00
Digital output 1 energized
0
NO
1
YES
Dependency:
Bit 0 = 0 :
Relay de-energized / contacts open
Bit 0 = 1 :
Relay energized / contacts closed
P0748
Invert digital outputs
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: COMMANDS
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
Defines high and low states of relay for a given function.
Bitfields:
Bit00
Invert digital output 1
r0750
Min:
Def:
Max:
Unit: QuickComm. No
0
1
NO
YES
Number of ADCs
Datatype: U16
3
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
Unit: -
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
Unit: -
-
Level:
P-Group: TERMINAL
3
Displays number of analog inputs available.
r0751
BO: Status word of ADC
Datatype: U16
P-Group: TERMINAL
Displays status of analog input.
Bitfields:
Bit00
Signal lost on ADC 1
r0752
0
1
NO
YES
Act. input of ADC [V]
Datatype: Float
4
Unit: -
P-Group: TERMINAL
Min:
Def:
Max:
2
Displays smoothed analog input value in volts before the characteristic block.
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P0753
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Smooth time ADC
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: TERMINAL
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
Unit: ms
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
3
10000
Level:
3
Defines filter time (PT1 filter) in [ms] for analog input.
Note:
Increasing this time (smooth) reduces jitter but slows down response to the analog input.
P0753 = 0 : No filtering
r0754
Act. ADC value after scaling [%]
Datatype: Float
Unit: %
P-Group: TERMINAL
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
2
Shows smoothed value of analog input in [%] after scaling block.
Dependency:
P0757 to P0760 define range (ADC scaling).
r0755
CO: Act. ADC after scal. [4000h]
Datatype: I16
Unit: -
P-Group: TERMINAL
2
Displays analog input, scaled using ASPmin and ASPmax.
Analog setpoint (ASP) from the analog scaling block can vary from min. analog setpoint (ASPmin) to a max.
analog setpoint (ASPmax) as shown in P0757 (ADC scaling).
The largest magnitude (value without sign) of ASPmin and ASPmax defines the scaling of 16384.
Example:
ASPmin = 300 %, ASPmax = 100 % then 16384 represents 300 %.
This parameter will vary from 5461 to 16384
ASPmin = -200 %, ASPmax = 100 % then 16384 represents 200 %.
This parameter will vary from -16384 to +8192
Note:
This value is used as an input to analog BICO connectors.
ASPmax represents the highest analog setpoint (this may be at 10 V).
ASPmin represents the lowest analog setpoint (this may be at 0 V).
Details:
See parameters P0757 to P0760 (ADC scaling)
P0756
Type of ADC
CStat:
CT
P-Group: TERMINAL
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
0
1
Level:
2
Defines type of analog input and also enables analog input monitoring.
Possible Settings:
0
Unipolar voltage input (0 to +10 V)
1
Unipolar voltage input with monitoring (0 to 10 V)
Dependency:
Function disabled if analog scaling block programmed to output negative setpoints (see P0757 to P0760).
Notice:
When monitoring is enabled and a deadband defined (P0761), a fault condition will be generated (F0080) if
the analog input voltage falls below 50 % of the deadband voltage.
Details:
See P0757 to P0760 (ADC scaling).
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P0757
Value x1 of ADC scaling [V]
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: TERMINAL
Datatype: Float
Active: first confirm
Unit: V
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
0
10
Level:
2
Parameters P0757 - P0760 configure the input scaling as shown in the diagram:
P0761 = 0
%
100 %
10 V
ASPmax
4000H
P0760
P0757
10 V
x100%
V
P0759
P0758
ASPmin
Where:
Analog setpoints represent a [%] of the normalized frequency in P2000.
Analog setpoints may be larger than 100 %.
ASPmax represents highest analog setpoint (this may be at 10 V).
ASPmin represents lowest analog setpoint (this may be at 0 V).
Default values provide a scaling of 0 V = 0 %, and 10 V = 100 %.
Notice:
The value x2 of ADC scaling P0759 must be greater than the value x1 of ADC scaling P0757.
P0758
Value y1 of ADC scaling
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: TERMINAL
Datatype: Float
Active: first confirm
Unit: %
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
-99999.9
0.0
99999.9
Level:
2
Sets value of Y1 in [%] as described in P0757 (ADC scaling)
Dependency:
Affects P2000 to P2003 (reference frequency, voltage, current or torque) depending on which setpoint is to
be generated.
Level:
P0759
Value x2 of ADC scaling [V]
Min: 0
CStat:
CUT
Datatype: Float
Unit: V
Def:
10
P-Group: TERMINAL
Active: first confirm
QuickComm. No
Max: 10
2
Sets value of X2 as described in P0757 (ADC scaling).
Notice:
The value x2 of ADC scaling P0759 must be greater than the value x1 of ADC scaling P0757.
P0760
Value y2 of ADC scaling
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: TERMINAL
Datatype: Float
Active: first confirm
Unit: %
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
-99999.9
100.0
99999.9
Level:
2
Sets value of Y2 in [%] as described in P0757 (ADC scaling).
Dependency:
Affects P2000 to P2003 (reference frequency, voltage, current or torque) depending on which setpoint is to
be generated.
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P0761
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Width of ADC deadband [V]
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: TERMINAL
Datatype: Float
Active: first confirm
Unit: V
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
0
10
Level:
2
Defines width of deadband on analog input. The diagrams below explain its use.
Example:
ADC value 2 to 10 V (0 to 50 Hz)
The below example produces a 2 to 10 V analog input (0 to 50 Hz):
P2000 = 50 Hz
P0759 = 8 V P0760 = 75 %
P0757 = 2 V P0758 = 0 %
P0761 = 2 V
P0756 = 0 or 1
P0761 > 0
0 < P0758 < P0760
|| 0 > P0758 > P0760
%
100 %
10 V
ASPmax
P0757 > P0761
4000H
P0760
P0758
10 V
P0757
x100%
V
P0759
P0761
P0757 = P0761
P0757 < P0761
ASPmin
ADC value 0 to 10 V (-50 to +50 Hz):
The below example produces a 0 to 10 V analog input (-50 to +50 Hz) with center zero and a "holding point"
0.2 V wide (0.1 V to each side of center).
P2000 = 50 Hz
P0759 = 8 V P0760 = 75 %
P0757 = 2 V P0758 = -75 %
P0761 = 0.1 V
P0756 = 0 or 1
P0761 > 0
P0758 < 0 < P0760
%
100 %
10 V
ASPmax
4000H
P0760
P0757
10 V
x100%
V
P0759
P0758
P0761
ASPmin
Note:
P0761[x] = 0 : No deadband active.
Notice:
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Deadband starts from 0 V to value of P0761, if both values of P0758 and P0760 (y coordinates of ADC
scaling) are positive or negative respectively. However, deadband is active in both directions from point of
intersection (x axis with ADC scaling curve), if sign of P0758 and P0760 are opposite.
P0762
Min. frequency P1080 should be zero when using center zero setup. There is no hysteresis at the end of the
deadband.
Level:
Delay for loss of signal action
Min: 0
CStat:
CUT
Datatype: U16
Unit: ms
Def:
10
P-Group: TERMINAL
Active: Immediately
QuickComm. No
Max: 10000
3
Defines time delay between loss of analog setpoint and appearance of fault code F0080.
Note:
Expert users can choose the desired reaction to F0080 (default is OFF2).
r0770
Number of DACs
Datatype: U16
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
Min:
Def:
Max:
0:0
21:0
4000:0
Level:
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
2
1000
Level:
Unit: ms
QuickComm. No
Unit: -
P-Group: TERMINAL
3
Displays number of analog outputs available.
P0771
CI: DAC
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: TERMINAL
Datatype: U32
Active: first confirm
2
Defines function of the 0 - 20 mA analog output.
Common Settings:
21 CO: Act. frequency
(scaled to P2000)
24 CO: Act. output frequency (scaled to P2000)
25 CO: Act. output voltage (scaled to P2001)
26 CO: Act. DC-link voltage (scaled to P2001)
27 CO: Act. output current (scaled to P2002)
P0773
Smooth time DAC
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: TERMINAL
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
3
Defines smoothing time [ms] for analog output signal. This parameter enables smoothing for DAC using a
PT1 filter.
Dependency:
P0773 = 0: Deactivates filter.
Level:
r0774
Act. DAC value [mA]
Min: Datatype: Float
Unit: Def:
P-Group: TERMINAL
Max: -
2
Shows value of analog output in [mA] after filtering and scaling.
P0776
Type of DAC
CStat:
CT
P-Group: TERMINAL
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
0
0
Level:
3
Defines type of analog output.
Possible Settings:
0
Current output
Note:
The analog output is designed as a current output with a range of 0...20 mA.
For a voltage output with a range of 0...10 V an external resistor of 500 Ohms has to be connected at the
terminals (12/13).
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P0777
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Value x1 of DAC scaling
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: TERMINAL
Datatype: Float
Active: first confirm
Unit: %
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
-99999.0
0.0
99999.0
Level:
2
Defines x1 output characteristic in [%]. Scaling block is responsible for adjustment of output value defined in
P0771 (DAC connector input).
Parameters of DAC scaling block (P0777 ... P0781) work as follows:
Output signal (mA)
20
P0780
y2
P0778
y1
0
P0777
x1
P0779
x2
100 %
%
Where:
Points P1 (x1, y1) and P2 (x2, y2) can be chosen freely.
Example:
The default values of the scaling block provides a scaling of:
P1: 0.0 % = 0 mA
P2: 100.0 % = 20 mA
Dependency:
Affects P2000 to P2003 (referency frequency, voltage, current or torque) depending on which setpoint is to
be generated.
Level:
P0778
Value y1 of DAC scaling
Min: 0
CStat:
CUT
Datatype: Float
Unit: Def:
0
P-Group: TERMINAL
Active: first confirm
QuickComm. No
Max: 20
2
Defines y1 of output characteristic.
P0779
Value x2 of DAC scaling
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: TERMINAL
Datatype: Float
Active: first confirm
Unit: %
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
-99999.0
100.0
99999.0
Level:
2
Defines x2 of output characteristic in [%].
Dependency:
Affects P2000 to P2003 (referency frequency, voltage, current or torque) depending on which setpoint is to
be generated.
Level:
P0780
Value y2 of DAC scaling
Min: 0
CStat:
CUT
Datatype: Float
Unit: Def:
20
P-Group: TERMINAL
Active: first confirm
QuickComm. No
Max: 20
2
Defines y2 of output characteristic.
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P0781
Width of DAC deadband
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: TERMINAL
Datatype: Float
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
0
20
Level:
Min:
Def:
Max:
0:0
0:0
4000:0
Level:
2
Sets width of dead-band in [mA] for analog output.
mA
20
P0780
y2
P0781
P0778
y1
P0777
x1
P0800
P0779
x2
100 %
%
BI: Download parameter set 0
CStat:
CT
P-Group: COMMANDS
Datatype: U32
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
3
Defines source of command to start download of parameter set 0 from attached AOP. The first three digits
describe the parameter number of the command source, the last digit refers to the bit setting for that
parameter.
Common Settings:
722.0 = Digital input 1 (requires P0701 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.1 = Digital input 2 (requires P0702 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.2 = Digital input 3 (requires P0703 to be set to 99, BICO)
Note:
Signal of digital input:
0 = No download
1 = Start download parameter set 0 from AOP.
Level:
P0801
BI: Download parameter set 1
Min: 0:0
CStat:
CT
Datatype: U32
Unit: Def:
0:0
P-Group: COMMANDS
Active: first confirm
QuickComm. No
Max: 4000:0
3
Defines sources of command to start download of parameter set 1 from attached AOP. The first three digits
describe the parameter number of the command source, the last digit refers to the bit setting for that
parameter.
Common Settings:
722.0 = Digital input 1 (requires P0701 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.1 = Digital input 2 (requires P0702 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.2 = Digital input 3 (requires P0703 to be set to 99, BICO)
Note:
Signal of digital input:
0 = No download
1 = Start download parameter set 1 from AOP.
Level:
P0840
BI: ON/OFF1
Min: 0:0
CStat:
CT
Datatype: U32
Unit: Def:
722:0
P-Group: COMMANDS
Active: first confirm
QuickComm. No
Max: 4000:0
3
Allows ON/OFF1 command source to be selected using BICO. The first three digits describe the parameter
number of the command source; the last digit denotes the bit setting for that parameter.
Common Settings:
722.0 = Digital input 1 (requires P0701 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.1 = Digital input 2 (requires P0702 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.2 = Digital input 3 (requires P0703 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.3 = Digital input 4 (via analog input, requires P0704 to be set to 99)
19.0 = ON/OFF1 via BOP
Dependency:
Active only when P0719 = 0 (remote selection of command/setpoint source).
BICO requires P0700 set to 2 (enable BICO).
The default setting (ON right) is digital input 1 (722.0). Alternative source possible only when function of
digital input 1 is changed (via P0701) before changing value of P0840.
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P0842
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BI: ON reverse/OFF1
CStat:
CT
P-Group: COMMANDS
Datatype: U32
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0:0
0:0
4000:0
Level:
3
Allows ON/OFF1 reverse command source to be selected using BICO. The first three digits describe the
parameter number of the command source and the last digit denotes the bit setting for that parameter.
Common Settings:
722.0 = Digital input 1 (requires P0701 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.1 = Digital input 2 (requires P0702 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.2 = Digital input 3 (requires P0703 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.3 = Digital input 4 (via analog input, requires P0704 to be set to 99)
19.0 = ON/OFF1 via BOP
Dependency:
Active only when P0719 = 0 (remote selection of command/setpoint source).
P0844
BI: 1. OFF2
CStat:
CT
P-Group: COMMANDS
Datatype: U32
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0:0
1:0
4000:0
Level:
3
Defines first source of OFF2 when P0719 = 0 (BICO). The first three digits describe the parameter number
of the command source and the last digit denotes the bit setting for that parameter.
Common Settings:
722.0 = Digital input 1 (requires P0701 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.1 = Digital input 2 (requires P0702 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.2 = Digital input 3 (requires P0703 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.3 = Digital input 4 (via analog input, requires P0704 to be set to 99)
19.0 = ON/OFF1 via BOP
19.1 = OFF2: Electrical stop via BOP
Dependency:
Active only when P0719 = 0 (remote selection of command/setpoint source).
If one of the digital inputs is selected for OFF2, the inverter will not run unless the digital input is active.
Note:
OFF2 means immediate pulse-disabling; the motor is coasting.
OFF2 is low-active, i.e. :
0 = Pulse disabling.
1 = Operating condition.
P0845
BI: 2. OFF2
CStat:
CT
P-Group: COMMANDS
Datatype: U32
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0:0
19:1
4000:0
Level:
3
Defines second source of OFF2. The first three digits describe the parameter number of the command
source and the last digit denotes the bit setting for that parameter.
Common Settings:
722.0 = Digital input 1 (requires P0701 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.1 = Digital input 2 (requires P0702 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.2 = Digital input 3 (requires P0703 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.3 = Digital input 4 (via analog input, requires P0704 to be set to 99)
19.0 = ON/OFF1 via BOP
Dependency:
In contrast to P0844 (first source of OFF2), this parameter is always active, independent of P0719 (selection
of command and frequency setpoint).
If one of the digital inputs is selected for OFF2, the inverter will not run unless the digital input is active.
Note:
OFF2 means immediate pulse-disabling; the motor is coasting.
OFF2 is low-active, i.e. :
0 = Pulse disabling.
1 = Operating condition.
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P0848
BI: 1. OFF3
CStat:
CT
P-Group: COMMANDS
Datatype: U32
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0:0
1:0
4000:0
Level:
3
Defines first source of OFF3 when P0719 = 0 (BICO). The first three digits describe the parameter number
of the command source and the last digit denotes the bit setting for that parameter.
Common Settings:
722.0 = Digital input 1 (requires P0701 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.1 = Digital input 2 (requires P0702 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.2 = Digital input 3 (requires P0703 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.3 = Digital input 4 (via analog input, requires P0704 to be set to 99)
19.0 = ON/OFF1 via BOP
Dependency:
Active only when P0719 = 0 (remote selection of command/setpoint source).
If one of the digital inputs is selected for OFF3, the inverter will not run unless the digital input is active.
Note:
OFF3 means fast ramp-down to 0.
OFF3 is low-active, i.e.
0 = Ramp-down.
1 = Operating condition.
P0849
BI: 2. OFF3
CStat:
CT
P-Group: COMMANDS
Datatype: U32
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0:0
1:0
4000:0
Level:
3
Defines second source of OFF3. The first three digits describe the parameter number of the command
source and the last digit denotes the bit setting for that parameter.
Common Settings:
722.0 = Digital input 1 (requires P0701 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.1 = Digital input 2 (requires P0702 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.2 = Digital input 3 (requires P0703 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.3 = Digital input 4 (via analog input, requires P0704 to be set to 99)
19.0 = ON/OFF1 via BOP
Dependency:
In contrast to P0848 (first source of OFF3), this parameter is always active, independent of P0719 (selection
of command and frequency setpoint).
If one of the digital inputs is selected for OFF3, the inverter will not run unless the digital input is active.
Note:
OFF3 means fast ramp-down to 0.
OFF3 is low-active, i.e.
0 = Ramp-down.
1 = Operating condition.
P0852
BI: Pulse enable
CStat:
CT
P-Group: COMMANDS
Datatype: U32
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0:0
1:0
4000:0
Level:
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
3
65535
Level:
3
Defines source of pulse enable/disable signal.
Common Settings:
722.0 = Digital input 1 (requires P0701 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.1 = Digital input 2 (requires P0702 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.2 = Digital input 3 (requires P0703 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.3 = Digital input 4 (via analog input, requires P0704 to be set to 99)
Dependency:
Active only when P0719 = 0 (remote selection of command/setpoint source).
P0918
CB address
CStat:
CT
P-Group: COMM
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
2
Defines address of CB (communication board) or address of the other option modules.
There are two ways to set the bus address:
1 via DIP switches on the PROFIBUS module
2 via a user-entered value
Note:
Possible PROFIBUS settings:
1 ... 125
0, 126, 127 are not allowed
The following applies when a PROFIBUS module is used:
DIP switch = 0 Address defined in P0918 (CB address) is valid
DIP switch not = 0 DIP switch setting has priority and P0918 indicates DIP switch setting.
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Parameter changeable via
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: COMM
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
Specifies the interfaces which can be used to change parameters.
Bitfields:
Bit00
PROFIBUS / CB
Bit01
BOP
Bit02
USS on BOP link
Bit03
USS on COM link
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
15
15
Level:
2
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
Example:
"b - - n n" (bits 0, 1, 2 and 3 set) in the default setting means that parameters can be changed via any
interface.
"b - - r n" (bits 0, 1 and 3 set) would specify that parameters can be changed via PROFIBUS/CB, BOP and
USS on COM link (RS485 USS) but not via USS on BOP link (RS232).
Details:
The seven-segment display is explained in the "Introduction to MICROMASTER System Parameters" in this
handbook.
Level:
r0947[8]
Last fault code
Min: Datatype: U16
Unit: Def:
P-Group: ALARMS
Max: -
2
Displays fault history according to the diagram below
where:
"F1" is the first active fault (not yet acknowledged).
"F2" is the second active fault (not yet acknowledged).
"F1e" is the occurrence of the fault acknowledgement for F1 & F2.
This moves the value in the 2 indices down to the next pair of indices, where they are stored. Indices 0 & 1
contain the active faults. When faults are acknowledged, indices 0 & 1 are reset to 0.
r0947[0]
r0947[1]
F1
F1e
r0947[2]
r0947[3]
F1e
r0947[4]
r0947[5]
F1e
r0947[6]
r0947[7]
F2
F1e
F1e
F1e
Active
Fault Codes
Most recent
Fault Codes - 1
Most recent
Fault Codes - 2
Most recent
Fault Codes - 3
Index:
r0947[0] : Recent fault trip --, fault 1
r0947[1] : Recent fault trip --, fault 2
r0947[2] : Recent fault trip -1, fault 3
r0947[3] : Recent fault trip -1, fault 4
r0947[4] : Recent fault trip -2, fault 5
r0947[5] : Recent fault trip -2, fault 6
r0947[6] : Recent fault trip -3, fault 7
r0947[7] : Recent fault trip -3, fault 8
Example:
If the inverter trips on undervoltage and then receives an external trip before the undervoltage is
acknowledged, you will obtain:
r0947[0] = 3 Undervoltage (F0003)
r0947[1] = 85 External trip (F0085)
Whenever a fault in index 0 is acknowledged (F1e), the fault history shifts as indicated in the diagram
above.
Dependency:
Index 1 used only if second fault occurs before first fault is acknowledged.
Details:
See "Faults and Warnings"
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r0948[12]
Fault time
Datatype: U16
Unit: -
P-Group: ALARMS
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
3
Time stamp to indicate when the fault has occurred. P2114 (run-time counter) or P2115 (real time clock) are
the possible sources of the time stamp.
Index:
r0948[0] : Recent fault trip --, fault time seconds+minutes
r0948[1] : Recent fault trip --, fault time hours+days
r0948[2] : Recent fault trip --, fault time month+year
r0948[3] : Recent fault trip -1, fault time seconds+minutes
r0948[4] : Recent fault trip -1, fault time hours+days
r0948[5] : Recent fault trip -1, fault time month+year
r0948[6] : Recent fault trip -2, fault time seconds+minutes
r0948[7] : Recent fault trip -2, fault time hours+days
r0948[8] : Recent fault trip -2, fault time month+year
r0948[9] : Recent fault trip -3, fault time seconds+minutes
r0948[10] : Recent fault trip -3, fault time hours+days
r0948[11] : Recent fault trip -3, fault time month+year
Example:
The time is taken from P2115 if this parameter has been updated with the real time. If not, P2114 is used.
Note:
P2115 can be updated via AOP, Starter, DriveMonitor, etc.
Level:
r0949[8]
Fault value
Min: Datatype: U16
Unit: Def:
P-Group: ALARMS
Max: -
4
Displays drive fault values. It is for service purposes and indicate the type of fault reported. The values are
not documented. They are listed in the code where faults are reported.
Index:
r0949[0]
r0949[1]
r0949[2]
r0949[3]
r0949[4]
r0949[5]
r0949[6]
r0949[7]
P0952
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
Recent fault trip --, fault value 1
Recent fault trip --, fault value 2
Recent fault trip -1, fault value 3
Recent fault trip -1, fault value 4
Recent fault trip -2, fault value 5
Recent fault trip -2, fault value 6
Recent fault trip -3, fault value 7
Recent fault trip -3, fault value 8
Total number of faults
CStat:
CT
P-Group: ALARMS
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
0
8
Level:
-
Level:
3
Displays number of faults stored in P0947 (last fault code).
Dependency:
Setting 0 resets fault history. (changing to 0 also resets parameter r0948 - fault time).
r0964[5]
Firmware version data
Datatype: U16
P-Group: COMM
Unit: -
Min:
Def:
Max:
3
Firmware version data.
Index:
r0964[0]
r0964[1]
r0964[2]
r0964[3]
r0964[4]
Example:
:
:
:
:
:
No.
Company (Siemens = 42)
Product type
Firmware version
Firmware date (year)
Firmware date (day/month)
Value Meaning
r0964[0]
42
SIEMENS
r0964[1]
1001
MICROMASTER 420
1002
MICROMASTER 440
1003
MICRO- / COMBIMASTER 411
1004
MICROMASTER 410
1005
reserved
1006
MICROMASTER 440 PX
1007
MICROMASTER 430
r0964[2]
105
Firmware V1.05
r0964[3]
2001
r0964[4]
2710
27.10.2001
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r0967
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Control word 1
Datatype: U16
Min:
Def:
Max:
Unit: -
P-Group: COMM
Displays control word 1.
Bitfields:
Bit00
ON/OFF1
r0968
Bit01
OFF2: Electrical stop
Bit02
OFF3: Fast stop
Bit03
Pulse enable
Bit04
RFG enable
Bit05
RFG start
Bit06
Setpoint enable
Bit07
Fault acknowledge
Bit08
JOG right
Bit09
JOG left
Bit10
Control from PLC
Bit11
Reverse (setpoint inversion)
Bit13
Motor potentiometer MOP up
Bit14
Motor potentiometer MOP down
Bit15
Local / Remote
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
Status word 1
Datatype: U16
P-Group: COMM
Unit: -
-
Level:
-
Level:
3
NO
YES
YES
NO
YES
NO
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
Min:
Def:
Max:
3
Displays active status word of inverter (in binary) and can be used to diagnose which commands are active.
Bitfields:
Bit00
Drive ready
0
NO
1
YES
Bit01
Drive ready to run
0
NO
1
YES
Bit02
Drive running
0
NO
1
YES
Bit03
Drive fault active
0
NO
1
YES
Bit04
OFF2 active
0
YES
1
NO
Bit05
OFF3 active
0
YES
1
NO
Bit06
ON inhibit active
0
NO
1
YES
Bit07
Drive warning active
0
NO
1
YES
Bit08
Deviation setpoint / act. value
0
YES
1
NO
Bit09
PZD control
0
NO
1
YES
Bit10
Maximum frequency reached
0
NO
1
YES
Bit11
Warning: Motor current limit
0
YES
1
NO
Bit12
Motor holding brake active
0
NO
1
YES
Bit13
Motor overload
0
YES
1
NO
Bit14
Motor runs right
0
NO
1
YES
Bit15
Inverter overload
0
YES
1
NO
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P0970
Factory reset
CStat:
C
P-Group: PAR_RESET
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
0
1
Level:
0
0
1
Level:
1
P0970 = 1 resets all parameters to their default values.
Possible Settings:
0
Disabled
1
Parameter reset
Dependency:
First set P0010 = 30 (factory settings).
Stop drive (i.e. disable all pulses) before you can reset parameters to default values.
Note:
The following parameters retain their values after a factory reset:
P0014 Store mode
r0039 CO: Energy consumption meter [kWh]
P0100 Europe / North America
P0918 CB address
P2010 USS baud rate
P2011 USS address
P0971
Transfer data from RAM to EEPROM
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: COMM
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
3
Transfers values from RAM to EEPROM when set to 1.
Possible Settings:
0
Disabled
1
Start transfer
Note:
All values in RAM are transferred to EEPROM.
Parameter is automatically reset to 0 (default) after successful transfer.
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Selection of frequency setpoint
CStat:
CT
P-Group: SETPOINT
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. Yes
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
2
66
Level:
1
Selects frequency setpoint source. In the table of possible settings below, the main setpoint is selected from
the least significant digit (i.e., 0 to 6) and any additional setpoint from the most significant digit (i.e., x0
through to x6).
Possible Settings:
0
No main setpoint
1
MOP setpoint
2
Analog setpoint
3
Fixed frequency
4
USS on BOP link
5
USS on COM link
6
CB on COM link
10
No main setpoint + MOP setpoint
11
MOP setpoint
+ MOP setpoint
12
Analog setpoint
+ MOP setpoint
13
Fixed frequency
+ MOP setpoint
14
USS on BOP link + MOP setpoint
15
USS on COM link + MOP setpoint
16
CB on COM link + MOP setpoint
20
No main setpoint + Analog setpoint
21
MOP setpoint
+ Analog setpoint
22
Analog setpoint
+ Analog setpoint
23
Fixed frequency
+ Analog setpoint
24
USS on BOP link + Analog setpoint
25
USS on COM link + Analog setpoint
26
CB on COM link + Analog setpoint
30
No main setpoint + Fixed frequency
31
MOP setpoint
+ Fixed frequency
32
Analog setpoint
+ Fixed frequency
33
Fixed frequency
+ Fixed frequency
34
USS on BOP link + Fixed frequency
35
USS on COM link + Fixed frequency
36
CB on COM link + Fixed frequency
40
No main setpoint + USS on BOP link
41
MOP setpoint
+ USS on BOP link
42
Analog setpoint
+ USS on BOP link
43
Fixed frequency
+ USS on BOP link
44
USS on BOP link + USS on BOP link
45
USS on COM link + USS on BOP link
46
CB on COM link + USS on BOP link
50
No main setpoint + USS on COM link
51
MOP setpoint
+ USS on COM link
52
Analog setpoint
+ USS on COM link
53
Fixed frequency
+ USS on COM link
54
USS on BOP link + USS on COM link
55
USS on COM link + USS on COM link
60
No main setpoint + CB on COM link
61
MOP setpoint
+ CB on COM link
62
Analog setpoint
+ CB on COM link
63
Fixed frequency
+ CB on COM link
64
USS on BOP link + CB on COM link
66
CB on COM link + CB on COM link
Example:
Setting 12 selects main setpoint (2) derived from analog input with additional setpoint (1) taken from the
motor potentiometer.
Example P1000 = 12 :
P1000 = 12 Þ P1070 = 755
P1000 = 12 Þ P1075 = 1050
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P1070
r0755
P1075
r1050
CI: Main setpoint
CO: Act. ADC after scal. [4000h]
CI: Additional setpoint
CO: Act. Output freq. of the MOP
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MOP
ADC
P1000 = 12
FF
Additonal
setpoint
Setpoint
channel
USS
BOP link
P1000 = 12
USS
COM link
Motor
control
Main
setpoint
CB
COM link
Note:
Single digits denote main setpoints that have no additional setpoint.
P1001
Fixed frequency 1
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: SETPOINT
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
Min:
Def:
Max:
Unit: Hz
QuickComm. No
-650.00
0.00
650.00
Level:
2
Defines fixed frequency setpoint 1.
There are 3 types of fixed frequencies:
1. Direct selection
2. Direct selection + ON command
3. Binary coded selection + ON command
1. Direct selection (P0701 - P0703 = 15):
In this mode of operation 1 digital input selects 1 fixed frequency.
If several inputs are active together, the selected frequencies are summed.
E.g.: FF1 + FF2 + FF3.
2. Direct selection + ON command (P0701 - P0703 = 16):
The fixed frequency selection combines the fixed frequencies with an ON command.
In this mode of operation 1 digital input selects 1 fixed frequency.
If several inputs are active together, the selected frequencies are summed.
E.g.: FF1 + FF2 + FF3.
3. Binary coded selection + ON command (P0701 - P0703 = 17):
Up to 7 fixed frequencies can be selected using this method.
The fixed frequencies are selected according to the following table:
Example:
P1001
P1002
P1003
P1004
P1005
P1006
P1007
OFF
FF1
FF2
FF3
FF4
FF5
FF6
FF7
DIN3
Inactive
Inactive
Inactive
Inactive
DIN2
Inactive
Inactive
Active
Active
DIN1
Inactive
Active
Inactive
Active
Active
Active
Active
Active
Inactive
Inactive
Active
Active
Inactive
Active
Inactive
Active
Dependency:
Select fixed frequency operation (using P1000).
Inverter requires ON command to start in the case of direct selection (P0701 - P0706 = 15).
Note:
P1002
Fixed frequencies can be selected using the digital inputs, and can also be combined with an ON command.
Level:
Fixed frequency 2
Min: -650.00
CStat:
CUT
Datatype: Float
Unit: Hz
Def:
5.00
P-Group: SETPOINT
Active: Immediately
QuickComm. No
Max: 650.00
2
Defines fixed frequency setpoint 2.
Details:
See parameter P1001 (fixed frequency 1).
P1003
Fixed frequency 3
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: SETPOINT
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
Unit: Hz
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
-650.00
10.00
650.00
Level:
2
Defines fixed frequency setpoint 3.
Details:
See parameter P1001 (fixed frequency 1).
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Fixed frequency 4
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: SETPOINT
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
Min:
Def:
Max:
-650.00
15.00
650.00
Level:
Unit: Hz
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
-650.00
20.00
650.00
Level:
Unit: Hz
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
-650.00
25.00
650.00
Level:
Unit: Hz
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
-650.00
30.00
650.00
Level:
Unit: Hz
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
1
1
3
Level:
Unit: QuickComm. No
2
Defines fixed frequency setpoint 4.
Details:
See parameter P1001 (fixed frequency 1).
P1005
Fixed frequency 5
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: SETPOINT
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
2
Defines fixed frequency setpoint 5.
Details:
See parameter P1001 (fixed frequency 1).
P1006
Fixed frequency 6
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: SETPOINT
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
2
Defines fixed frequency setpoint 6.
Details:
See parameter P1001 (fixed frequency 1).
P1007
Fixed frequency 7
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: SETPOINT
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
2
Defines fixed frequency setpoint 7.
Details:
See parameter P1001 (fixed frequency 1).
P1016
Fixed frequency mode - Bit 0
CStat:
CT
P-Group: SETPOINT
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
3
Fixed frequencies can be selected in three different modes. Parameter P1016 defines the mode of selection
Bit 0.
Possible Settings:
1
Direct selection
2
Direct selection + ON command
3
Binary coded selection + ON command
Details:
See table in P1001 (fixed frequency 1) for description of how to use fixed frequencies.
Level:
P1017
Fixed frequency mode - Bit 1
Min: 1
CStat:
CT
Datatype: U16
Unit: Def:
1
P-Group: SETPOINT
Active: first confirm
QuickComm. No
Max: 3
3
Fixed frequencies can be selected in three different modes. Parameter P1017 defines the mode of selection
Bit 1.
Possible Settings:
1
Direct selection
2
Direct selection + ON command
3
Binary coded selection + ON command
Details:
See table in P1001 (fixed frequency 1) for description of how to use fixed frequencies.
Level:
P1018
Fixed frequency mode - Bit 2
Min: 1
CStat:
CT
Datatype: U16
Unit: Def:
1
P-Group: SETPOINT
Active: first confirm
QuickComm. No
Max: 3
3
Fixed frequencies can be selected in three different modes. Parameter P1018 defines the mode of selection
Bit 2.
Possible Settings:
1
Direct selection
2
Direct selection + ON command
3
Binary coded selection + ON command
Details:
See table in P1001 (fixed frequency 1) for description of how to use fixed frequencies.
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P1020
BI: Fixed freq. selection Bit 0
CStat:
CT
P-Group: COMMANDS
Datatype: U32
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0:0
0:0
4000:0
Level:
Min:
Def:
Max:
0:0
0:0
4000:0
Level:
Min:
Def:
Max:
0:0
0:0
4000:0
Level:
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
0
1
Level:
3
Defines origin of fixed frequency selection.
Common Settings:
P1020 = 722.0 ==> Digital input 1
P1021 = 722.1 ==> Digital input 2
P1022 = 722.2 ==> Digital input 3
Dependency:
Accessible only if P0701 - P0703 = 99 (function of digital inputs = BICO)
P1021
BI: Fixed freq. selection Bit 1
CStat:
CT
P-Group: COMMANDS
Datatype: U32
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
3
Defines origin of fixed frequency selection.
Dependency:
Accessible only if P0701 - P0703 = 99 (function of digital inputs = BICO)
Details:
See P1020 (fixed frequency selection Bit 0) for most common settings
P1022
BI: Fixed freq. selection Bit 2
CStat:
CT
P-Group: COMMANDS
Datatype: U32
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
3
Defines origin of fixed frequency selection.
Dependency:
Accessible only if P0701 - P0703 = 99 (function of digital inputs = BICO)
Details:
See P1020 (fixed frequency selection Bit 0) for most common settings
r1024
CO: Act. fixed frequency
Datatype: Float
Unit: Hz
P-Group: SETPOINT
3
Displays sum total of selected fixed frequencies.
P1031
Setpoint memory of the MOP
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: SETPOINT
Datatype: U16
Active: Immediately
Unit: QuickComm. No
2
Saves last motor potentiometer setpoint (MOP) that was active before OFF command or power down.
Possible Settings:
0
MOP setpoint will not be stored
1
MOP setpoint will be stored (P1040 is updated)
Note:
On next ON command, motor potentiometer setpoint will be the saved value in parameter P1040 (setpoint
of the MOP).
Level:
P1032
Inhibit reverse direction of MOP
Min: 0
CStat:
CT
Datatype: U16
Unit: Def:
1
P-Group: SETPOINT
Active: first confirm
QuickComm. No
Max: 1
2
Inhibits reverse setpoint selection
Possible Settings:
0
Reverse direction is allowed
1
Reverse direction inhibited
Dependency:
Motor potentiometer (P1040) must be chosen as main setpoint or additional setpoint (using P1000).
Note:
It is possible to change motor direction using the motor potentiometer setpoint (increase / decrease
frequency either by using digital inputs or BOP/AOP keypad up / down).
P1035
BI: Enable MOP (UP-command)
CStat:
CT
P-Group: COMMANDS
Datatype: U32
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0:0
19:13
4000:0
Level:
3
Defines source for motor potentiometer setpoint increase frequency.
Common Settings:
722.0 = Digital input 1 (requires P0701 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.1 = Digital input 2 (requires P0702 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.2 = Digital input 3 (requires P0703 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.3 = Digital input 4 (via analog input, requires P0704 to be set to 99)
19.D
= MOP up via BOP
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BI: Enable MOP (DOWN-command)
CStat:
CT
P-Group: COMMANDS
Datatype: U32
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0:0
19:14
4000:0
Level:
Min:
Def:
Max:
-650.00
5.00
650.00
Level:
3
Defines source for motor potentiometer setpoint decrease frequency.
Common Settings:
722.0 = Digital input 1 (requires P0701 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.1 = Digital input 2 (requires P0702 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.2 = Digital input 3 (requires P0703 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.3 = Digital input 4 (via analog input, requires P0704 to be set to 99)
19.E
P1040
= MOP down via BOP
Setpoint of the MOP
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: SETPOINT
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
Unit: Hz
QuickComm. No
2
Determines setpoint for motor potentiometer control (P1000 = 1).
Note:
If motor potentiometer setpoint is selected either as main setpoint or additional setpoint, the reverse
direction will be inhibited by default of P1032 (inhibit reverse direction of MOP).
To re-enable reverse direction, set P1032 = 0.
r1050
CO: Act. Output freq. of the MOP
Datatype: Float
Min:
Def:
Max:
Unit: Hz
P-Group: SETPOINT
Level:
-
3
Displays output frequency of motor potentiometer setpoint ([Hz]).
DIN
"1"
P0840
"0"
BOP
USS
BOP link
USS
COM link
CB
COM link
t
"1"
P1035
"0"
t
"1"
P1036
"0"
t
f
P1082
P1080
P1120
t
P1121
-P1080
fact
r1050
-P1082
P1055
BI: Enable JOG right
CStat:
CT
P-Group: COMMANDS
Datatype: U32
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0:0
0:0
4000:0
Level:
3
Defines source of JOG right when P0719 = 0 (remote selection of command/setpoint source).
Common Settings:
722.0 = Digital input 1 (requires P0701 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.1 = Digital input 2 (requires P0702 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.2 = Digital input 3 (requires P0703 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.3 = Digital input 4 (via analog input, requires P0704 to be set to 99)
19.8
52
= JOG right via BOP
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P1056
BI: Enable JOG left
CStat:
CT
P-Group: COMMANDS
Datatype: U32
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
Level:
0:0
0:0
4000:0
3
Defines source of JOG left when P0719 = 0 (remote selection of command/setpoint source).
Common Settings:
722.0 = Digital input 1 (requires P0701 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.1 = Digital input 2 (requires P0702 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.2 = Digital input 3 (requires P0703 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.3 = Digital input 4 (via analog input, requires P0704 to be set to 99)
19.9
P1058
= JOG left via BOP
JOG frequency right
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: SETPOINT
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
Unit: Hz
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
Level:
0.00
5.00
650.00
2
Jogging increases the motor speed by small amounts. The JOG buttons uses a non-latching switch on one
of the digital inputs to control the motor speed.
While JOG right is selected, this parameter determines the frequency at which the inverter will run.
A0923
DIN
"1"
JOG right
P1055
(0)
BOP
USS
BOP link
USS
COM link
A0923
t
"0"
"1"
JOG left
P1056
CB
COM link
(0)
t
"0"
P1058
f
P1061
P1060
P1061
P1059
P1060
t
Dependency:
P1060 and P1061 set up and down ramp times respectively for jogging.
P1059
JOG frequency left
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: SETPOINT
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
Unit: Hz
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0.00
5.00
650.00
Level:
2
While JOG left is selected, this parameter determines the frequency at which the inverter will run.
Dependency:
P1060 and P1061 set up and down ramp times respectively for jogging.
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P1060
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JOG ramp-up time
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: SETPOINT
Datatype: Float
Active: first confirm
Unit: s
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0.00
10.00
650.00
Level:
Min:
Def:
Max:
0.00
10.00
650.00
Level:
Min:
Def:
Max:
0:0
755:0
4000:0
Level:
2
Sets jog ramp-up time. This is the time used while jogging is active.
f (Hz)
f max
(P1082)
0
t (s)
P1060
Notice:
Ramp times will be used as follows:
P1060 / P1061 : JOG mode is active
P1120 / P1121 : Normal mode (ON/OFF) is active
P1060 / P1061 : Normal mode (ON/OFF) and P1124 is active
P1061
JOG ramp-down time
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: SETPOINT
Datatype: Float
Active: first confirm
Unit: s
QuickComm. No
2
Sets ramp-down time. This is the time used while jogging is active.
f (Hz)
f max
(P1082)
0
t (s)
P1061
Notice:
Ramp times will be used as follows:
P1060 / P1061 : JOG mode is active
P1120 / P1121 : Normal mode (ON/OFF) is active
P1060 / P1061 : Normal mode (ON/OFF) and P1124 is active
P1070
CI: Main setpoint
CStat:
CT
P-Group: SETPOINT
Datatype: U32
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
3
Defines source of main setpoint.
Common Settings:
755 = Analog input 1 setpoint
1024 = Fixed frequency setpoint
1050 = Motor potentiometer (MOP) setpoint
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P1071
CI: Main setpoint scaling
CStat:
CT
P-Group: SETPOINT
Datatype: U32
Active: first confirm
Min:
Def:
Max:
0:0
1:0
4000:0
Level:
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0:0
0:0
4000:0
Level:
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0:0
0:0
4000:0
Level:
Min:
Def:
Max:
0:0
1:0
4000:0
Level:
3
Defines source of the main setpoint scaling.
Common Settings:
755 = Analog input 1 setpoint
1024 = Fixed frequency setpoint
1050 = Motor potentiometer (MOP) setpoint
P1074
BI: Disable additional setpoint
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: COMMANDS
Datatype: U32
Active: first confirm
3
Disables additional setpoint
Common Settings:
722.0 = Digital input 1 (requires P0701 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.1 = Digital input 2 (requires P0702 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.2 = Digital input 3 (requires P0703 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.3 = Digital input 4 (via analog input, requires P0704 to be set to 99)
P1075
CI: Additional setpoint
CStat:
CT
P-Group: SETPOINT
Datatype: U32
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
3
Defines source of the additional setpoint (to be added to main setpoint).
Common Settings:
755 = Analog input 1 setpoint
1024 = Fixed frequency setpoint
1050 = Motor potentiometer (MOP) setpoint
P1076
CI: Additional setpoint scaling
CStat:
CT
P-Group: SETPOINT
Datatype: U32
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
3
Defines source of scaling for additional setpoint (to be added to main setpoint).
Common Settings:
1 = Scaling of 1.0 (100%)
755 = Analog input 1 Setpoint
1024 = Fixed Frequency Setpoint
1050 = MOP Setpoint
r1078
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
Unit: Hz
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
Unit: Hz
CO: Total frequency setpoint
Datatype: Float
P-Group: SETPOINT
3
Displays sum of main and additional setpoints in [Hz].
r1079
CO: Selected frequency setpoint
Datatype: Float
P-Group: SETPOINT
3
Displays selected frequency setpoint.
Following frequency setpoints are displayed:
r1078 Total frequency setpoint
P1058 JOG frequency right
P1059 JOG frequency left
Dependency:
P1055 (BI: Enable JOG right) or P1056 (BI: Enable JOG left) define command source of JOG right or JOG
left respectively.
Note:
P1055 = 0 and P1056 = 0 ==> Total frequency setpoint is selected.
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P1080
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Min. frequency
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: SETPOINT
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
Unit: Hz
QuickComm. Yes
Min:
Def:
Max:
0.00
0.00
650.00
Level:
1
Sets minimum motor frequency [Hz] at which motor will run irrespective of frequency setpoint.
The minimum frequency P1080 represents a masking frequency of 0 Hz for all frequency target value
sources (e.g. ADC, MOP, FF, USS), with the exception of the JOG target value source (analogous to
P1091). Thus the frequency band +/- P1080 is run through in optimum time by means of the
acceleration/deceleration ramps. Dwelling in the frequency band is not possible (see example).
Furthermore, an undershoot of the actual frequency f_act below min. frequency P1080 is output by the
following signal function.
| f_act | <= f_min
Min. frequency
0.00 ... 650.00 [Hz]
P1080.D (0.00)
f_act
{
1
0
| f_act | <= f_min
r2197 Bit00
r0053 Bit02
Hyst. freq. f_hys
0.00 ... 10.00 [Hz]
P2150.D (3.00)
Example:
ON/OFF
1
0
t
ADC output
r0755
P1080
(f_min)
t
-P1080
f_act
P1080
(f_min)
t
-P1080
Note:
Value set here is valid both for clockwise and for anticlockwise rotation.
Under certain conditions (e.g. ramping, current limiting), motor can run below minimum frequency.
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P1082
Max. frequency
CStat:
CT
P-Group: SETPOINT
Datatype: Float
Active: first confirm
Unit: Hz
QuickComm. Yes
Min:
Def:
Max:
0.00
50.00
650.00
Level:
1
Sets maximum motor frequency [Hz] at which motor will run irrespective of the frequency setpoint.
Dependency:
The maximal value of motor frequency P1082 is limited to pulse frequency P1800. P1082 is dependent on
the derating characteristic as followed:
Max. frequency
P1082
fmax [Hz]
fmax = P1082 ≤
fpulse P1800
=
15
15
650.0
Allowed
area
133.3
2
10
16
fpulse [kHz]
Pulse
frequency
P1800
When P1300 < 20 (control mode = VF or FCC modes) then max output frequency is limited to smallest of
650 Hz or ( maximum pulse frequency / 15)
Note:
The value set here is valid for both clockwise and anticlockwise rotation.
The maximum output frequency of inverter can be exceeded if one of the following is active:
Slip compensation
or
Flying restart
= f max + fslipcomp max
= f max + fslipnom
Notice:
Maximum motor speed is subject to mechanical limitations.
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P1091
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Skip frequency 1
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: SETPOINT
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
Unit: Hz
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0.00
0.00
650.00
Level:
3
Defines skip frequency 1 which avoids effects of mechanical resonance and suppresses frequencies within
+/- P1101 (skip frequency bandwidth).
f out
P1101
Skip frequency
bandwidth
P1091
Skip frequency
f in
Notice:
Stationary operation is not possible within the suppressed frequency range; the range is merely passed
through (on the ramp).
P1092
For example, if P1091 = 10 Hz and P1101 = 2 Hz, it is not possible to operate continuously between 10 Hz
+/- 2 Hz (i.e. between 8 and 12 Hz).
Level:
Skip frequency 2
Min: 0.00
CStat:
CUT
Datatype: Float
Unit: Hz
Def:
0.00
P-Group: SETPOINT
Active: Immediately
QuickComm. No
Max: 650.00
3
Defines skip frequency 2 which avoids effects of mechanical resonance and suppresses frequencies within
+/- P1101 (skip frequency bandwidth).
Details:
See P1091 (skip frequency 1).
Level:
P1093
Skip frequency 3
Min: 0.00
CStat:
CUT
Datatype: Float
Unit: Hz
Def:
0.00
P-Group: SETPOINT
Active: Immediately
QuickComm. No
Max: 650.00
3
Defines skip frequency 3 which avoids effects of mechanical resonance and suppresses frequencies within
+/- P1101 (skip frequency bandwidth).
Details:
See P1091 (skip frequency 1).
Level:
P1094
Skip frequency 4
Min: 0.00
CStat:
CUT
Datatype: Float
Unit: Hz
Def:
0.00
P-Group: SETPOINT
Active: Immediately
QuickComm. No
Max: 650.00
3
Defines skip frequency 4 which avoids effects of mechanical resonance and suppresses frequencies within
+/- P1101 (skip frequency bandwidth).
Details:
See P1091 (skip frequency 1).
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P1101
Skip frequency bandwidth
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: SETPOINT
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
Unit: Hz
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0.00
2.00
10.00
Level:
Min:
Def:
Max:
0:0
0:0
4000:0
Level:
3
Delivers frequency bandwidth to be applied to skip frequencies (in [Hz]).
Details:
See P1091 (skip frequency 1).
P1110
BI: Inhibit neg. freq. setpoint
CStat:
CT
P-Group: COMMANDS
Datatype: U32
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
3
Inhibits direction reversal, thus preventing a negative setpoint from causing motor from running in reverse.
Instead, it will run at minimum frequency (P1080) in the normal direction.
Common Settings:
0 = Disabled
1 = Enabled
Note:
It is possible to disable all reverse commands (i.e. the command is ignored). To do this, set P0719 = 0
(remote selection of command/setpoint source) and define the command sources (P1113) individually.
Notice:
This function does not disable the "reverse" command function; rather, a reverse command causes motor to
run in the normal direction as described above.
Level:
P1113
BI: Reverse
Min: 0:0
CStat:
CT
Datatype: U32
Unit: Def:
722:1
P-Group: COMMANDS
Active: first confirm
QuickComm. No
Max: 4000:0
3
Defines source of reverse command used when P0719 = 0 (remote selection of command/setpoint source).
Common Settings:
722.0 = Digital input 1 (requires P0701 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.1 = Digital input 2 (requires P0702 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.2 = Digital input 3 (requires P0703 to be set to 99, BICO)
19.B
r1114
= Reverse via BOP
CO: Freq. setp. after dir. ctrl.
Datatype: Float
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
Unit: Hz
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
Unit: Hz
P-Group: SETPOINT
3
Displays setpoint frequency after change of direction.
r1119
CO: Freq. setpoint before RFG
Datatype: Float
P-Group: SETPOINT
3
Displays output frequency after modification by other functions, e.g.:
* P1110 BI: Inhibit neg. freq. setpoint,
* P1091 - P1094 skip frequencies,
* P1080 Min. frequency,
* P1082 Max. frequency,
* limitations,
* etc.
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P1120
04/02
Ramp-up time
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: SETPOINT
Datatype: Float
Active: first confirm
Unit: s
QuickComm. Yes
Min:
Def:
Max:
0.00
10.00
650.00
Level:
1
Time taken for motor to accelerate from standstill up to maximum motor frequency (P1082) when no
rounding is used.
f (Hz)
f max
(P1082)
0
P1120
t (s)
Setting the ramp-up time too short can cause the inverter to trip (overcurrent).
Note:
If an external frequency setpoint with set ramp rates is used (e.g. from a PLC). The best way to achieve
optimum drive performance is to set ramp times in P1120 and P1121 slightly shorter than those of the PLC.
Notice:
Ramp times will be used as follows:
P1060 / P1061 : JOG mode is active
P1120 / P1121 : Normal mode (ON/OFF) is active
P1060 / P1061 : Normal mode (ON/OFF) and P1124 is active
P1121
Ramp-down time
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: SETPOINT
Datatype: Float
Active: first confirm
Unit: s
QuickComm. Yes
Min:
Def:
Max:
0.00
10.00
650.00
Level:
1
Time taken for motor to decelerate from maximum motor frequency (P1082) down to standstill when no
rounding is used.
f (Hz)
f max
(P1082)
0
P1121
t (s)
Notice:
Setting the ramp-down time too short can cause the inverter to trip (overcurrent (F0001) / overvoltage
(F0002)).
Ramp times will be used as follows:
P1060 / P1061 : JOG mode is active
P1120 / P1121 : Normal mode (ON/OFF) is active
P1060 / P1061 : Normal mode (ON/OFF) and P1124 is active
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P1124
BI: Enable JOG ramp times
CStat:
CT
P-Group: COMMANDS
Datatype: U32
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0:0
0:0
4000:0
Level:
3
Defines source for switching between jog ramp times (P1060, P1061) and normal ramp times (P1120,
P1121) as applied to the RFG. This parameter is valid for normal mode (ON/OFF) only.
Common Settings:
722.0 = Digital input 1 (requires P0701 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.1 = Digital input 2 (requires P0702 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.2 = Digital input 3 (requires P0703 to be set to 99, BICO)
Notice:
P1124 does not have any impact when JOG mode is selected. In this case, jog ramp times (P1060, P1061)
will be used all the time.
Ramp times will be used as follows:
P1060 / P1061 : JOG mode is active
P1120 / P1121 : Normal mode (ON/OFF) is active
P1060 / P1061 : Normal mode (ON/OFF) and P1124 is active
P1130
Ramp-up initial rounding time
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: SETPOINT
Datatype: Float
Active: first confirm
Unit: s
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0.00
0.00
40.00
Level:
2
Defines initial rounding time in seconds as shown on the diagram below.
f
P1130
P1131
P1132
P1133
t
where:
Tup total
=
Tdown total =
1
1
P1130 + X ⋅ P1120 + P1131
2
2
1
1
P1130 + X ⋅ P1121 + P1133
2
2
X is defined as: X = ∆f / fmax
i.e. X is the ratio between the frequency step and fmax
Note:
Rounding times are recommended, since they prevent an abrupt response, thus avoiding detrimental effects
on the mechanics.
Notice:
Rounding times are not recommended when analog inputs are used, since they would result in
overshoot/undershoot in the inverter response.
P1131
Ramp-up final rounding time
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: SETPOINT
Datatype: Float
Active: first confirm
Unit: s
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0.00
0.00
40.00
Level:
2
Defines rounding time at end of ramp-up as shown in P1130 (ramp-up initial rounding time).
Note:
Rounding times are recommended, since they prevent an abrupt response, thus avoiding detrimental effects
on the mechanics.
Notice:
Rounding times are not recommended when analog inputs are used, since they would result in
overshoot/undershoot in the inverter response.
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P1132
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Ramp-down initial rounding time
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: SETPOINT
Datatype: Float
Active: first confirm
Unit: s
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
Level:
0.00
0.00
40.00
2
Defines rounding time at start of ramp-down as shown in P1130 (ramp-up initial rounding time).
Note:
Rounding times are recommended, since they prevent an abrupt response, thus avoiding detrimental effects
on the mechanics.
Notice:
Rounding times are not recommended when analog inputs are used, since they would result in
overshoot/undershoot in the inverter response.
P1133
Ramp-down final rounding time
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: SETPOINT
Datatype: Float
Active: first confirm
Unit: s
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
Level:
0.00
0.00
40.00
2
Defines rounding time at end of ramp-down as shown in P1130 (ramp-up initial rounding time).
Note:
Rounding times are recommended, since they prevent an abrupt response, thus avoiding detrimental effects
on the mechanics.
Notice:
Rounding times are not recommended when analog inputs are used, since they would result in
overshoot/undershoot in the inverter response.
P1134
Rounding type
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: SETPOINT
Datatype: U16
Active: Immediately
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
Level:
0
0
1
2
Defines smoothing response to OFF1 command or setpoint reduction.
If parameter P1134 = 0 it aviods sudden changes in setpoint frequency. Moreover, it gives smoother torque
(no jerk).
ON
t
OFF
f
P1134 = 0
P1134 = 1
t
Possible Settings:
0
Continuous smoothing
1
Discontinuous smoothing
Dependency:
No effect until total rounding time (P1130) > 0 s.
Notice:
P1134 = 0:
Rounding acts at all times. At a sudden reduction of the input value, overshoot can occur.
P1134 = 1:
Rounding does not act upon sudden reduction of input value during acceleration process.
Rounding times are not recommended when analog inputs are used. They would result in
overshoot/undershoot in the inverter response.
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P1135
OFF3 ramp-down time
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: SETPOINT
Datatype: Float
Active: first confirm
Unit: s
QuickComm. Yes
Min:
Def:
Max:
0.00
5.00
650.00
Level:
0:0
1:0
4000:0
Level:
2
Defines ramp-down time from maximum frequency to standstill for OFF3 command.
Note:
This time may be exceeded if the VDC_max. level is reached.
P1140
BI: RFG enable
CStat:
CT
P-Group: COMMANDS
Datatype: U32
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
4
P1141
Defines command source of RFG enable command (RFG: ramp function generator). If binary input is equal
to zero than the RFG output will be set immediately to 0.
Level:
BI: RFG start
Min: 0:0
CStat:
CT
Datatype: U32
Unit: Def:
1:0
P-Group: COMMANDS
Active: first confirm
QuickComm. No
Max: 4000:0
P1142
Defines command source of RFG start command (RFG: ramp function generator). If binary input is equal to
zero than the RFG output is held at it present value.
Level:
BI: RFG enable setpoint
Min: 0:0
CStat:
CT
Datatype: U32
Unit: Def:
1:0
P-Group: COMMANDS
Active: first confirm
QuickComm. No
Max: 4000:0
r1170
Defines command source of RFG enable setpoint command (RFG: ramp function generator). If binary input
is equal to zero than the RFG input will be set to zero and the RFG output will be ramp-down to zero.
Level:
CO: Frequency setpoint after RFG
Min: Datatype: Float
Unit: Hz
Def:
P-Group: SETPOINT
Max: -
4
4
3
Displays overall frequency setpoint after ramp generator.
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P1200
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Flying start
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: FUNC
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
0
6
Level:
2
Starts inverter onto a spinning motor by rapidly changing the output frequency of the inverter until the actual
motor speed has been found. Then, the motor runs up to setpoint using the normal ramp time.
(fmax + 2fslip nom )
'ramps to set point
with normal ramp'
fout
t
P1202
I out
I dc
Vn
as per V/f
characteristic
V out
'motor speed found'
Possible Settings:
0
Flying start disabled
1
Flying start is always active, start in direction of setpoint
2
Flying start is active if power on, fault, OFF2, start in direction of setpoint
3
Flying start is active if fault, OFF2, start in direction of setpoint
4
Flying start is always active, only in direction of setpoint
5
Flying start is active if power on, fault, OFF2, only in direction of setpoint
6
Flying start is active if fault, OFF2, only in direction of setpoint
Note:
Useful for motors with high inertia loads.
Settings 1 to 3 search in both directions.
Settings 4 to 6 search only in direction of setpoint.
Notice:
P1202
Flying start must be used in cases where the motor may still be turning (e.g. after a short mains break) or
can be driven by the load. Otherwise, overcurrent trips will occur.
Level:
Motor-current: Flying start
Min: 50
CStat:
CUT
Datatype: U16
Unit: %
Def:
100
P-Group: FUNC
Active: first confirm
QuickComm. No
Max: 200
3
Defines search current used for flying start.
Value is in [%] based on rated motor current (P0305).
Note:
Reducing the search current may improve performance for flying start if the inertia of the system is not very
high.
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P1203
Search rate: Flying start
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: FUNC
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
Unit: %
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
50
100
200
Level:
3
Sets factor by which the output frequency changes during flying start to synchronize with turning motor. This
value is entered in [%] defines the reciprocal initial gradient in the search sequence (see curve below).
Parameter P1203 influences the time taken to search for the motor frequency.
fmax + 2 fslip, nom = P1082 + 2 ⋅
r0330
⋅ P0310
100
fsearch
∆f
1 ms
fmotor
t
∆t [ms] fslip, nom [Hz]
P1203 [%] =
⋅
⋅ 2 [%]
1 [ms]
∆f [Hz]
Þ
2 [%]
r0330
∆f =
⋅
⋅ P0310
P1203 [%] 100
The search time is the time taken to search through all frequencies between max. frequency P1082 + 2 x
f_slip to 0 Hz.
P1203 = 100 % is defined as giving a rate of 2 % of f_slip,nom / [ms].
P1203 = 200 % would result in a rate of frequency change of 1 % of f_slip,nom / [ms].
Example:
For a motor with 50 Hz, 1350 rpm, 100 % would produce a maximum search time of 600 ms. If the motor is
turning, the motor frequency is found in a shorter time.
Note:
A higher value produces a flatter gradient and thus a longer search time.
A lower value has the opposite effect.
Level:
r1204
Status word: Flying start V/f
Min: Datatype: U16
Unit: Def:
P-Group: FUNC
Max: -
4
Bit parameter for checking and monitoring states during search, if V/f control mode is selected (see P1300).
Bitfields:
Bit00
Current applied
0
NO
1
YES
Bit01
Current could not be applied
0
NO
1
YES
Bit02
Voltage reduced
0
NO
1
YES
Bit03
Slope-filter started
0
NO
1
YES
Bit04
Current less threshold
0
NO
1
YES
Bit05
Current-minimum
0
NO
1
YES
Bit07
Speed could not be found
0
NO
1
YES
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P1210
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Automatic restart
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: FUNC
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
Level:
0
1
5
2
Configures automatic restart function
Possible Settings:
0
Disabled
1
Trip reset after power on,
P1211 disabled
2
Restart after mains blackout,
P1211 disabled
3
Restart after mains brownout or fault,
P1211 enabled
4
Restart after mains brownout,
P1211 enabled
5
Restart after mains blackout and fault,
P1211 disabled
Dependency:
Automatic restart requires constant ON command via a digital input wire link.
Caution:
P1210 > 2 can cause the motor to restart automatically without toggling the ON command !
Notice:
A "mains brownout" is where the power in interrupted and re-applied before the display on the BOP (if one
is fitted to the inverter) has gone dark (a very short mains break where the DC link has not fully collapsed).
A "mains blackout" is where the display has gone dark (a long mains break where the DC link has fully
collapsed) before the power is re-applied.
P1210 = 0:
Automatic restart is disabled.
P1210 = 1:
The inverter will acknowledge (reset) faults i.e. it will reset a fault when the is re-applied. This means the
inverter must be fully powered down, a brownout is not sufficed. The inverter will not run until the ON
command has been toggled.
P1210 = 2:
The inverter will acknowledge the fault F0003 at power on after blackout and restarts the drive. It is
necessary that the ON command is wired via digital input (DIN).
P1210 = 3:
For these settings it is fundamental that the drive only restarts if it has been in a RUN state at the time of the
faults (F0003, etc.). The inverter will acknowledge the fault and restarts the drive after a blackout or
bronwout. It is necessary that the ON command is wired via digital input (DIN).
P1210 = 4:
For these settings it is fundamental that the drive only restarts if it has been in a RUN state at the time of the
fault (F0003). The inverter will acknowledge the fault and restarts the drive after a blackout or bronwout. It is
necessary that the ON command is wired via digital input (DIN).
P1210 = 5:
The inverter will acknowledge the faults F0003 etc. at power on after blackout and restarts the drive. It is
necessary that the ON command is wired via digital input (DIN).
Following table presents an overview of parameter P1210 and its functionality.
P1210
Blackout
F0003
Brownout
F0003
All other faults
without
power cycle
All other faults
with
power cycle
ON command
enabled during
Power OFF
0
−
−
−
−
−
1
Fault acknowledge
−
−
−
Fault acknowledge
2
3
4
5
Fault acknowledge
Fault acknowledge
−
−
−
+
+
restart
restart
Fault acknowledge Fault acknowledge Fault acknowledge Fault acknowledge
−
+
+
+
+
restart
restart
restart
restart
Fault acknowledge Fault acknowledge
−
−
−
+
+
restart
restart
Fault acknowledge
Fault acknowledge Fault acknowledge
−
+
−
+
+
restart
restart
restart
Flying start must be used in cases where the motor may still be turning (e.g. after a short mains break) or
can be driven by the load (P1200).
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P1211
Number of restart attempts
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: FUNC
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
Level:
0
3
10
3
Specifies number of times inverter will attempt to restart if automatic restart P1210 is activated.
P1215
Holding brake enable
CStat:
T
P-Group: FUNC
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
Level:
0
0
1
2
Enables/disables holding brake function. This function applies the following profile to the inverter:
Relay switching is also possible at point 1 and point 2 (if programmed in P0731 = 52.C) to control a brake.
ON / OFF1/OFF3:
ON
OFF1/OFF3
t
f
fmin
(P1080)
t
P1216
r0052.C
1
P1217
Point 1
0
Point 2
t
ON / OFF2:
OFF2
inactive
active
t
ON
OFF1/OFF3
t
f
fmin
(P1080)
t
P1216
r0052.C
1
0
t
Possible Settings:
0
Motor holding brake disabled
1
Motor holding brake enabled
Note:
The brake relay opens at point 1, if enabled using P0731 (function of digital output), and closes at point 2.
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Holding brake release delay
CStat:
T
P-Group: FUNC
Datatype: Float
Active: first confirm
Unit: s
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0.0
1.0
20.0
Level:
2
Defines period during which inverter runs at min. frequency P1080 before ramping up at point 1 (as shown
in P1215 - holding brake enable). Inverter starts at min. frequency P1080 on this profile, i.e. it does not use
a ramp.
Note:
A typical value of min. frequency P1080 for this type of application is the slip frequency of the motor.
You can calculate the rated slip frequency by using the following formula:
fSlip[Hz] =
r0330
nsy n − nn
⋅ P0310 =
⋅ fn
100
nsy n
Notice:
P1217
If used to hold the motor at a certain frequency against a mechanical brake (i.e. you are using a relay to
control mechanical brake), it is important that min. frequency P1080 < 5 Hz; otherwise, the current drawn
may be too high and the relay may not open.
Level:
Holding time after ramp down
Min: 0.0
CStat:
T
Datatype: Float
Unit: s
Def:
1.0
P-Group: FUNC
Active: first confirm
QuickComm. No
Max: 20.0
2
Defines time for which inverter runs at minimum frequency (P1080) after ramping down at point 2.
Details:
See diagram P1215 (holding brake enable).
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P1230
BI: Enable DC braking
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: COMMANDS
Datatype: U32
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0:0
0:0
4000:0
Level:
3
Enables DC braking via a signal applied from an external source. Function remains active while external
input signal is active.
DC braking causes the motor to stop rapidly by applying a DC braking current (current applied also holds
shaft stationary).
When the DC braking signal is applied, the inverter output pulses are blocked and the DC current is not
applied until the motor has been sufficiently demagnetized.
ON/OFF1
t
P1230
1
0
t
f
f*
DC braking
f_act
t
i
P0347
t
The level of DC braking is set in P1232 (DC braking current - relative to the rated motor current) which is set
to 100 % by default.
Common Settings:
722.0 = Digital input 1 (requires P0701 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.1 = Digital input 2 (requires P0702 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.2 = Digital input 3 (requires P0703 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.3 = Digital input 4 (via analog input, requires P0704 to be set to 99)
Caution:
Frequent use of long periods of DC braking can cause the motor to overheat.
Notice:
This delay time is set in P0347 (demagnetization time). If this delay is too short, overcurrent trips can occur.
DC braking is not possible when using a synchronous motor (i.e. P0300 = 2).
P1232
DC braking current
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: FUNC
Datatype: U16
Active: Immediately
Unit: %
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
100
250
Level:
2
Defines level of DC current in [%] relative to rated motor current (P0305).
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Duration of DC braking
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: FUNC
Datatype: U16
Active: Immediately
Unit: s
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
0
250
Level:
2
Defines duration for which DC injection braking is to be active following an OFF1 or OFF3, command.
Setting this parameter between 1 and 250 sets the time duration (in seconds) of the DC injection starting
with the OFF1 or OFF3 command.
1
ON
OFF1/OFF3
t
P0347
OFF2
t
f
OFF2
DC braking
t
DC braking
ON
OFF
2
t
P1233
ON
t
OFF1/OFF3
P0347
OFF2
t
f
OFF2
DC braking
OFF2
t
DC braking
ON
OFF
t
P1233
Parameter P1232 still controls the level of DC injection.
Value:
P1233 = 0 :
Not active following OFF1 / OFF3.
P1233 = 1 - 250 :
Active for the specified duration.
Caution:
Frequent use of long periods of DC braking can cause the motor to overheat.
Notice:
The DC braking function causes the motor to stop rapidly by applying a DC braking current (the current
applied also holds the shaft stationary). When the DC braking signal is applied, the inverter output pulses
are blocked and the DC current not applied until the motor has been sufficiently demagnetized
(demagnetization time is calculated automatically from motor data).
The inverter will not restart if an ON-command is given during this period.
DC braking is not possible when using a synchronous motor (i.e. P0300 = 2).
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P1236
Compound braking current
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: FUNC
Datatype: U16
Active: Immediately
Unit: %
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
0
250
Level:
2
Defines DC level superimposed on AC waveform after OFF1 / OFF3 command. The value is entered in [%]
relative to rated motor current (P0305).
If P1254 = 0 :
Compound braking switch-on level
otherwise :
Compound braking switch-on level
= 1.13 ⋅ 2 ⋅ Vmains = 1.13 ⋅ 2 ⋅ P0210
= 0.98 ⋅ r1242
Value:
P1236 = 0 :
Compound braking disabled.
P1236 = 1 - 250 :
Level of DC braking current defined as a [%] of rated motor current (P0305).
Dependency:
Compound braking depends on the DC link voltage only (see threshold above). This will happen on OFF1,
OFF3 and any regenerative condition.
It is disabled, when:
- DC braking is active
- Flying start is active
Notice:
Increasing the value will generally improve braking performance; however, if you set the value too high, an
overcurrent trip may result.
If used with dynamic brake enabled as well compound braking will take priority.
P1240
If used with the Vdc max controller enabled the drive behaviour whilst braking may be worsened paticularly
with high values of compound braking.
Level:
Configuration of Vdc controller
Min: 0
CStat:
CT
Datatype: U16
Unit: Def:
1
P-Group: FUNC
Active: Immediately
QuickComm. No
Max: 1
3
Enables / disables Vdc controller.
The Vdc controller dynamically controls the DC link voltage to prevent overvoltage trips on high inertia
systems.
Possible Settings:
0
Vdc controller disabled
1
Vdc-max controller enabled
Note:
Vdc max controller automatically increases ramp-down times to keep the DC-link voltage (r0026) within
limits (P2172).
Level:
r1242
CO: Switch-on level of Vdc-max
Min: Datatype: Float
Unit: V
Def:
P-Group: FUNC
Max: -
3
Displays switch-on level of Vdc max controller. The formula is only valid if auto detection is not activated
(P1254=0).
Following equation is only valid, if P1254 = 0 :
r1242 = 1.15 ⋅ 2 ⋅ Vmains = 1.15 ⋅ 2 ⋅ P0210
P1243
Dynamic factor of Vdc-max
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: FUNC
Datatype: U16
Active: Immediately
Unit: %
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
10
100
200
Level:
3
Defines dynamic factor for DC link controller in [%].
Dependency:
P1243 = 100 % means parameters P1250, P1251 and P1252 (gain, integration time and differential time)
are used as set. Otherwise, these are multiplied by P1243 (dynamic factor of Vdc-max).
Note:
Vdc controller adjustment is calculated automatically from motor and inverter data.
Level:
P1250
Gain of Vdc-controller
Min: 0.00
CStat:
CUT
Datatype: Float
Unit: Def:
1.00
P-Group: FUNC
Active: Immediately
QuickComm. No
Max: 10.00
4
Enters gain for Vdc controller.
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CStat:
CUT
P-Group: FUNC
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
Min:
Def:
Max:
0.1
40.0
1000.0
Level:
Unit: ms
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0.0
1.0
1000.0
Level:
Unit: ms
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
10
600
Level:
Unit: Hz
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
1
1
Level:
Unit: QuickComm. No
4
Enters integral time constant for Vdc controller.
P1252
Differential time Vdc-controller
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: FUNC
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
4
Enters differential time constant for Vdc controller.
P1253
Vdc-controller output limitation
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: FUNC
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
3
Limits maximum effect of Vdc max controller.
P1254
Auto detect Vdc switch-on levels
CStat:
CT
P-Group: FUNC
Datatype: U16
Active: Immediately
3
Enables/disables auto-detection of switch-on levels for Vdc max controller.
Possible Settings:
0
Disabled
1
Enabled
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P1300
Control mode
CStat:
CT
P-Group: CONTROL
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. Yes
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
0
3
Level:
2
Controls relationship between speed of motor and voltage supplied by inverter as illustrated in the diagram
below.
V
Vn
'0'
'2'
0
fn
f
Possible Settings:
0
V/f with linear characteristic
1
V/f with FCC
2
V/f with parabolic characteristic
3
V/f with programmable characteristic
Note:
V/f mode:
P1300 = 1 : V/f with FCC (flux current control)
* Maintains motor flux current for improved efficiency.
* If FCC is chosen, linear V/f is active at low frequencies.
P1300 = 2 : V/f with a quadratic curve
* Suitable for centrifugal fans / pumps
The following table presents an overview of control parameters (V/f) that can be modify in relationship to
P1300 dependencies:
ParNo.
ParText
Level
P1300 =
P1300
P1310
P1311
P1312
P1316
P1320
P1321
P1322
P1323
P1324
P1325
P1333
P1335
P1336
P1338
P1340
P1341
P1345
P1346
P1350
Control mode
Continuous boost
Acceleration boost
Starting boost
Boost end frequency
Programmable V/f freq. coord. 1
Programmable V/f volt. coord. 1
Programmable V/f freq. coord. 2
Programmable V/f volt. coord. 2
Programmable V/f freq. coord. 3
Programmable V/f volt. coord. 3
Start frequency for FCC
Slip compensation
Slip limit
Resonance damping gain V/f
Imax controller prop. gain
Imax controller integral time
Imax controller prop. gain
Imax controller integral time
Voltage soft start
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2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
0
x
x
x
x
x
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
U/f
1 2
x x
x x
x x
x x
x x
− −
− −
− −
− −
− −
− −
x −
x x
x x
x x
x x
x x
x x
x x
x x
3
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
−
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
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Continuous boost
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: CONTROL
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
Unit: %
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0.0
50.0
250.0
Level:
2
At low output frequencies the output voltage is low to keep the flux level constant. However, the output
voltage may be too low
- for magnetisation the asynchronous motor
- to hold the load
- to overcome losses in the system. The output voltage can be increased using parameter P1310.
Defines boost level in [%] relative to P0305 (rated motor current) applicable to both linear and quadratic V/f
curves according to the diagram below:
V
Linear V/f
Vmax
Vn
(P0304)
tp
Ou
lt
vo
ut
e
ag
actual VBoost
N
(P orm
13 a
00 l V
= /f
0)
VContBoost,100
VContBoost,50
0
fn
(P0310)
fBoost,end
(P1316)
V
f max
(P1082)
f
Quadratic V/f
Vmax
Vn
(P0304)
ut
O
actual VBoost
VContBoost,50
0
fBoost,end
(P1316)
No
rm
(P al
13 qu
00 ad
= rati
2) c
VContBoost,100
pu
ge
lta
o
tv
fn
(P0310)
fmax
(P1082)
f
where voltage values are given
V_ConBoost,100 = rated motor current (P0305) * Stator resistance (P0350) * Continous boost (P1310)
V_ConBoost,50 = V_ConBoost,100 / 2
Dependency:
Setting in P0640 (motor overload factor [%]) limits the boost.
Note:
The boost values are combined when continuous boost (P1310) used in conjunction with other boost
parameters (acceleration boost P1311 and starting boost P1312).
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However priorities are allocated to these parameters as follows:
P1310 > P1311 > P1312
Notice:
Increasing the boost levels increases motor heating (especially at standstill).
å Boosts ≤ 300 ⋅ RS ⋅ Imot
P1311
Acceleration boost
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: CONTROL
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
Unit: %
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
Level:
0.0
0.0
250.0
2
P1311 will only produce boost during ramping, and is therefore useful for additional torque during
acceleration and deceleration.
Applies boost in [%] relative to P0305 (rated motor current) following a positive setpoint change and drops
back out once the setpoint is reached.
Linear V/f
V
Vmax
Vn
(P0304)
Ou
u
tp
e
ag
olt
v
t
actual VBoost
VAccBoost,100
f
V/
al = 0)
m
r 0
No 130
(P
VAccBoost,50
0
fBoost,end
(P1316)
fn
(P0310)
fmax
(P1082)
f
where voltage values are given
V_AccBoost,100 = rated motor current (P0305) * Stator resistance (P0350) * Acceleration boost (P1311)
V_AccBoost,50 = V_AccBoost,100 / 2
Dependency:
Setting in P0640 (motor overload factor [%]) limits boost.
Note:
Acceleration boost can help to improve response to small positive setpoint changes.
Notice:
å Boosts ≤ 300 ⋅ RS ⋅ Imot
Increasing the boost level increases motor heating.
Details:
See note in P1310 for boost priorities.
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Starting boost
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: CONTROL
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
Unit: %
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
Level:
0.0
0.0
250.0
2
Applies a constant linear offset (in [%] relative to P0305 (rated motor current)) to active V/f curve (either
linear or quadratic) after an ON command and is active until
1) ramp output reaches setpoint for the first time respectively
2) setpoint is reduced to less than present ramp output
This is useful for starting loads with high inertia.
Setting the starting boost (P1312) too high will cause the inverter to limit the current, which will in turn
restrict the output frequency to below the setpoint frequency.
V
Linear V/f
Vmax
Vn
(P0304)
u
tp
Ou
ge
lta
o
tv
actual VBoost
VStartBoost,100
f
V/ )
al = 0
rm 0
No 1 3 0
(P
VStartBoost,50
0
fn
(P0310)
fBoost,end
(P1316)
f
fmax
(P1082)
where voltage values are given
V_StartBoost,100 = rated motor current (P0305) * Stator resistance (P0350) * Starting boost (P1312)
V_StartBoost,50 = V_StartBoost,100 / 2
Example:
Setpoint = 50Hz. Ramping up with starting boost. During ramp up, setpoint changed to 20Hz. As soon as
setpoint changed, starting boost removed because setpoint smaller than present ramp output.
Dependency:
Setting in P0640 (motor overload factor [%]) limits boost.
Notice:
Increasing the boost levels increases motor heating.
å Boosts ≤ 300 ⋅ RS ⋅ Imot
Details:
See note in P1310 for boost priorities.
r1315
CO: Total boost voltage
Datatype: Float
P-Group: CONTROL
Unit: V
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
4
Displays total value of voltage boost (in volts).
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P1316
Boost end frequency
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: CONTROL
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
Unit: %
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0.0
20.0
100.0
Level:
3
Defines point at which programmed boost reaches 50 % of its value.
This value is expressed in [%] relative to P0310 (rated motor frequency).
The default frequency is defined as follows:
fBoost min = 2 ⋅ (
153
Pmotor
+ 3)
Note:
The expert user may change this value to alter the shape of the curve, e.g. to increase torque at a particular
frequency.
Default value is dependant on inverter rated power.
Details:
See diagram in P1310 (continuous boost).
P1320
Programmable V/f freq. coord. 1
CStat:
CT
P-Group: CONTROL
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
Unit: Hz
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0.00
0.00
650.00
Level:
3
Sets V/f coordinates (P1320/1321 to P1324/1325) to define V/f characteristic.
V
Vmax = f(Vdc, Mmax)
Vmax
r0071
P0304
P1325
P1323
P1321
P1310
f0
0 Hz
P1310[V] =
f1
P1320
f2
P1322
f3
P1324
fn
P0310
fmax
P1082
f
P1310[%] r0395[%]
⋅
⋅ P0304[V ]
100[%]
100[%]
Example:
This parameter can be used to provide correct torque at correct frequency and is useful when used with
synchronous motors.
Dependency:
To set parameter, select P1300 = 3 (V/f with programmable characteristic).
Note:
Linear interpolation will be applied between the individual data points.
V/f with programmable characteristic (P1300 = 3) has 3 programmable points. The two non-programmable
points are:
- Continuous boost P1310 at zero 0 Hz
- Rated motor voltage P0304 at rated motor frequency P0310
The acceleration boost and starting boost defined in P1311 and P1312 are applied to V/f with
programmable characteristic.
P1321
Programmable V/f volt. coord. 1
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: CONTROL
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
Unit: V
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0.0
0.0
3000.0
Level:
3
See P1320 (programmable V/f freq. coord. 1).
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Programmable V/f freq. coord. 2
CStat:
CT
P-Group: CONTROL
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
Min:
Def:
Max:
0.00
0.00
650.00
Level:
Unit: Hz
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0.0
0.0
3000.0
Level:
Unit: V
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0.00
0.00
650.00
Level:
Unit: Hz
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0.0
0.0
3000.0
Level:
Unit: V
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0.0
10.0
100.0
Level:
Unit: %
QuickComm. No
3
See P1320 (programmable V/f freq. coord. 1).
P1323
Programmable V/f volt. coord. 2
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: CONTROL
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
3
See P1320 (programmable V/f freq. coord. 1).
P1324
Programmable V/f freq. coord. 3
CStat:
CT
P-Group: CONTROL
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
3
See P1320 (programmable V/f freq. coord. 1).
P1325
Programmable V/f volt. coord. 3
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: CONTROL
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
3
See P1320 (programmable V/f freq. coord. 1).
P1333
Start frequency for FCC
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: CONTROL
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
3
Defines start frequency at which FCC (flux current control) is enabled as [%] of rated motor frequency
(P0310).
Notice:
If this value is too low, the system may become unstable.
P1335
Slip compensation
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: CONTROL
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
Unit: %
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0.0
0.0
600.0
Level:
2
Dynamically adjusts output frequency of inverter so that motor speed is kept constant independent of motor
load.
Increasing the load from md1 to md2 (see diagram) will decrease the motor speed from f1 to f2, due to the
slip. The inverter can compensate for this by increasing the output frequency slightly as the load increases.
The inverter measures the current and increases the output frequency to compensate for the expected slip.
M
M2
M1
f
∆f
f2
f1
Value:
P1335 = 0 % :
Slip compensation disabled.
P1335 = 50 % - 70 % :
Full slip compensation at cold motor (partial load).
P1335 = 100 % :
Full slip compensation at warm motor (full load).
Note:
Gain adjustment enables fine-tuning of the actual motor speed (see P1460 - gain speed control).
100% = standard setting for warm stator.
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P1336
Slip limit
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: CONTROL
Datatype: U16
Active: Immediately
Unit: %
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
250
600
Level:
2
Compensation slip limit in [%] relative to r0330 (rated motor slip), which is added to frequency setpoint.
Dependency:
Slip compensation (P1335) active.
Level:
r1337
CO: V/f slip frequency
Min: Datatype: Float
Unit: %
Def:
P-Group: CONTROL
Max: -
3
Displays actual compensated motor slip as [%]
Dependency:
Slip compensation (P1335) active.
P1338
Resonance damping gain V/f
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: CONTROL
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0.00
0.00
10.00
Level:
3
Defines resonance damping gain for V/f. Here, di/dt of the acitve current will be scaled by P1338 (see
diagram below). If di/dt increases the resonance damping circuit decreases the inverter output frequency.
P1338
iactive
-
P1338
T
fres damping
Note:
The resonance circuit damps oscillations of the active current which frequently occur during no-load
operation.
In V/f modes (see P1300), the resonance damping circuit is active in a range from approx. 6 % to 80 % of
rated motor frequency (P0310).
If the value of P1338 is too high, this will cause instability (forward control effect).
P1340
Imax controller prop. gain
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: CONTROL
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0.000
0.000
0.499
Level:
3
Proportional gain of the I_max controller.
P1341
Dynamically controls the inverter if the output current exceeds the maximum motor current (r0067). It does
this by first limiting the inverter output frequency (to a possible minimum of the nominal slip frequency). If
this action does not successfully remove the overcurrent condition, the inverter output voltage is reduced.
When the overcurrent condition has been removed successfully, frequency limiting is removed using the
ramp-up time set in P1120.
Level:
Imax controller integral time
Min: 0.000
CStat:
CUT
Datatype: Float
Unit: s
Def:
0.300
P-Group: CONTROL
Active: Immediately
QuickComm. No
Max: 32.000
3
Integral time constant of the I_max controller.
P1341 = 0 :
I_max controller disabled
P1340 = 0 and P1341 > 0 :
enhanced integral
P1340 > 0 and P1341 > 0 :
normal PI control
See description in parameter P1340 for further information.
r1343
CO: Imax controller freq. output
Datatype: Float
P-Group: CONTROL
Unit: Hz
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
3
Displays effective frequency limitation.
Dependency:
If I_max controller not in operation, parameter normally shows max. frequency P1082.
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CO: Imax controller volt. output
Datatype: Float
Min:
Def:
Max:
Unit: V
P-Group: CONTROL
-
Level:
0
0
1
Level:
3
Displays amount by which the I_max controller is reducing the inverter output voltage.
P1350
Voltage soft start
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: CONTROL
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
3
Sets whether voltage is built up smoothly during magnetization time (ON) or whether it simply jumps to
boost voltage (OFF).
P1350 P0346
V
1
f
V/f characteristic
P0346
V
t
Softstart
f
f
Possible Settings:
0
OFF
1
ON
Note:
The settings for this parameter bring benefits and drawbacks:
P1350 = 0: OFF (jump to boost voltage)
Benefit: flux is built up quickly
Drawback: motor may move
P1350 = 1: ON (smooth voltage build-up)
Benefit: motor less likely to move
Drawback: flux build-up takes longer
P1800
Pulse frequency
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: INVERTER
Datatype: U16
Active: Immediately
Unit: kHz
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
2
4
16
Level:
2
Sets pulse frequency of power switches in inverter. The frequency can be changed in steps of 2 kHz.
Pulse frequencies > 4 kHz selected on 380-480 V units reduce the maximum continuous motor current.
Dependency:
Minimum pulse frequency depends on P1082 (maximum frequency) and P0310 (rated motor frequency).
The maximal value of motor frequency P1082 is limited to pulse frequency P1800 (see P1082).
Note:
At 4 kHz, full output current is obtained up to 50 degrees C (CT mode); over 50 degrees C, full output may
be obtained at 8 kHz. #elseif defined CCB At 4 kHz, full output current is obtained up to 40 degrees C (CT
mode); over 40 degrees C, full output may be obtained at 8 kHz.
If silent operation is not absolutely necessary, lower pulse frequencies may be selected to reduce inverter
losses and radio-frequency emissions.
Under certain circumstances, the inverter may reduce the switching frequency to provide protection against
over-temperature (see P0290).
Level:
CO: Act. pulse frequency
Min: Datatype: U16
Unit: kHz
Def:
P-Group: INVERTER
Max: -
r1801
3
Actual pulse frequency of power switches in inverter.
Notice:
Under certain conditions (inverter overtemperature, see P0290), this can differ from the values selected in
P1800 (pulse frequency).
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P1802
Modulator mode
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: INVERTER
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
0
3
Level:
3
Selects inverter modulator mode.
Possible Settings:
0
SVM/ASVM automatic mode
1
Asymmetric SVM
2
Space vector modulation
Notice:
Asymmetric space vector modulation (ASVM) produces lower switching losses than space vector
modulation (SVM), but may cause irregular rotation at very low speeds.
Space vector modulation (SVM) with over-modulation may produce current waveform distortion at high
output voltages.
P1803
Space vector modulation (SVM) without over-modulation will reduce maximum output voltage available to
motor.
Level:
Max. modulation
Min: 20.0
CStat:
CUT
Datatype: Float
Unit: %
Def:
106.0
P-Group: INVERTER
Active: Immediately
QuickComm. No
Max: 150.0
4
Sets maximum modulation index.
Note:
P1820
P1803 = 100 % : Limit for over-control (for ideal inverter without switching delay). For vector control the
modulation limit will be reduced automatically with 4 %.
Level:
Reverse output phase sequence
Min: 0
CStat:
CT
Datatype: U16
Unit: Def:
0
P-Group: INVERTER
Active: first confirm
QuickComm. No
Max: 1
2
Changes direction of motor rotation without changing setpoint polarity.
Possible Settings:
0
OFF
1
ON
Dependency:
If positive and negative revolution is enabled, frequency setpoint is directly used.
If both positive and negative revolution are disabled, reference value is set to zero.
Details:
See P1000 (select frequency setpoint)
P1910
Select motor data identification
CStat:
CT
P-Group: MOTOR
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. Yes
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
0
2
Level:
2
Performs a motor data identification.
Performs stator resistance measuring.
Possible Settings:
0
Disabled
1
Identification of Rs with parameter change
2
Identification of Rs without parameter change
Dependency:
No measurement if motor data incorrect.
P1910 = 1 : Calculated value for stator resistance (see P0350) is overwritten.
P1910 = 2 : Values already calculated are not overwritten.
Note:
Before selecting motor data identification, "Quick commissioning" has to be performed in advance.
Once enabled (P1910 = 1), A0541 generates a warning that the next ON command will initiate
measurement of motor parameters.
Notice:
When choosing the setting for measurement, observe the following:
1. "with parameter change"
means that the value is actually adopted as P0350 parameter setting and applied to the control as well as
being shown in the read-only parameters below.
2. "without parameter change"
means that the value is only displayed, i.e. shown for checking purposes in the read-only parameter r1912
(identified stator resistance). The value is not applied to the control.
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Identified stator resistance
Datatype: Float
Min:
Def:
Max:
Unit: Ohm
P-Group: MOTOR
-
Level:
2
Displays measured stator resistance value (line-to-line) in [Ohms]
Note:
P2000
This value is measured using P1910 = 1 or 2 , i.e., identification of all parameters with/without change.
Level:
Reference frequency
Min: 1.00
CStat:
CT
Datatype: Float
Unit: Hz
Def:
50.00
P-Group: COMM
Active: first confirm
QuickComm. No
Max: 650.00
2
Full-scale frequency setting used by serial link (corresponds to 4000H), analog I/O and P/D controller.
Example:
If a BICO connection is made between two parameters or alternatively using P0719 or P1000, the 'unit' of
the parameters (standardized (Hex) or physical (i.e. Hz) values) may differ. MICROMASTER implicitly
makes an automatic conversion to the target value.
P2016
[0]
[1]
[2]
[3]
r0021
x[Hz]
USS
BOP link
y[Hex] =
r0021[Hz]
⋅ 4000[Hex]
P2000[Hz]
y[Hex]
r2015
[0]
[1]
[2]
[3]
USS
BOP link
P1070
y[Hz] =
r2015[1]
⋅ P2000
4000
y[Hz]
x[Hex]
Notice:
Reference variables are intended as an aid to presenting setpoint and actual value signals in a uniform
manner. This also applies to fixed settings entered as a precentage. A value of 100 % correspondes to a
process data value of 4000H, or 4000 0000H in the case of double values.
In this respect, the following parameters are available:
P2001
P2000 Reference frequency
Hz
P2001 Reference voltage
V
P2002 Reference current
A
Reference voltage
CStat:
CT
P-Group: COMM
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
Unit: V
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
10
1000
2000
Level:
3
Full-scale output voltage (i.e. 100 % ) used over serial link (corresponds to 4000H).
Example:
P2001 = 230 specifies that 4000H received via USS denotes 230 V.
If a BICO connection is made between two parameters, the 'unit' of the parameters (standardized (Hex) or
physical (i.e. V) values) may differ. MICROMASTER implicitly makes an automatic conversion to the target
value.
r0026
P0771
DAC
x[V]
82
y[Hex] =
r0026[V]
⋅ 4000[Hex ]
P2001[V]
y[Hex]
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P2002
Reference current
CStat:
CT
P-Group: COMM
Datatype: Float
Active: first confirm
Unit: A
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0.10
0.10
10000.00
Level:
3
Full-scale output current used over serial link (corresponds to 4000H).
Example:
If a BICO connection is made between two parameters, the 'unit' of the parameters (standardized (Hex) or
physical (i.e. A) values) may differ. MICROMASTER implicitly makes an automatic conversion to the target
value.
r0027
P2016
[0]
[1]
[2]
[3]
x[A]
P2009[2]
USS
BOP link
y[Hex] =
r0027[A]
⋅ 4000[Hex ]
P2002[A]
y[Hex]
USS normalization
CStat:
CT
P-Group: COMM
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
0
1
Level:
3
Enables special normalization for USS.
Possible Settings:
0
Disabled
1
Enabled
Index:
P2009[0] : Serial interface COM link
P2009[1] : Serial interface BOP link
Note:
If enabled, the main setpoint (word 2 in PZD) is not interpreted as 100 % = 4000H, but as "absolute" instead
(e.g. 4000H = 16384 means 163.84 Hz ).
Level:
P2010[2]
USS baudrate
Min: 3
CStat:
CUT
Datatype: U16
Unit: Def:
6
P-Group: COMM
Active: first confirm
QuickComm. No
Max: 9
2
Sets baud rate for USS communication.
Possible Settings:
3
1200 baud
4
2400 baud
5
4800 baud
6
9600 baud
7
19200 baud
8
38400 baud
9
57600 baud
Index:
P2010[0] : Serial interface COM link
P2010[1] : Serial interface BOP link
P2011[2]
USS address
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: COMM
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
0
31
Level:
2
Sets unique address for inverter.
Index:
P2011[0] : Serial interface COM link
P2011[1] : Serial interface BOP link
Note:
You can connect up to a further 30 inverters via the serial link (i.e. 31 inverters in total) and control them
with the USS serial bus protocol.
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P2012[2]
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USS PZD length
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: COMM
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
2
4
Level:
3
Defines the number of 16-bit words in PZD part of USS telegram. In this area, process data (PZD) are
continually exchanged between the master and slaves. The PZD part of the USS telegram is used for the
main setpoint, and to control the inverter.
Index:
P2012[0] : Serial interface COM link
P2012[1] : Serial interface BOP link
Notice:
USS protocol consists of PZD and PKW which can be changed by the user via parameters P2012 and
P2013 respectively.
USS telegram
STX
LGE
Parameter
PKW
ADR
PKE
STX
LGE
ADR
PKW
PZD
BCC
IND
Process data
PZD
PWE
PZD1
PKE
IND
PWE
Start of text
Length
Address
Parameter ID value
Process data
Block check character
BCC
PZD2
PZD3
PZD4
Parameter ID
Sub-index
Parameter value
PZD transmits a control word and setpoint or status word and actual values. The number of PZD-words in a
USS-telegram are determined by parameter P2012, where the first two words (P2012 >= 2) are either:
a) control word and main setpoint or
b) status word and actual value.
When P2012 is greater or equal to 4 the additional control word is transferred as the 4th PZD-word (default
setting).
STW
ZSW
HSW
HIW
PZD1
PZD2
STW2
PZD3
PZD4
P2012
STW
ZSW
PZD
84
Control word
Status word
Process data
HSW
HIW
Main setpoint
Main actual value
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P2013[2]
USS PKW length
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: COMM
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
127
127
Level:
3
Defines the number of 16-bit words in PKW part of USS telegram. The PKW area can be varied. Depending
on the particular requirement, 3-word, 4-word or variable word lengths can be parameterized. The PKW part
of the USS telegram is used to read and write individual parameter values.
Possible Settings:
0
No words
3
3 words
4
4 words
127
Variable
Index:
P2013[0] : Serial interface COM link
P2013[1] : Serial interface BOP link
Example:
Data type
U16 (16 Bit)
U32 (32 Bit)
Float (32 Bit)
P2013 = 3
-
Parameter access fault
Parameter access fault
P2013 = 4
-
-
-
P2013 = 127
-
-
-
Notice:
USS protocol consists of PZD and PKW which can be changed by the user via parameters P2012 and
P2013 respectively.
Parameter P2013 determines the number of PKW-words in a USS-telegram. Setting P2013 = 3 or 4 will
determine the number of PZD-words which are fixed during P2013 = 127, the length will be changed
automatically.
P2013
P2013 = 3
PKE
IND
PWE
1 word
each 16 Bit
P2013 = 4
P2013
PKE
PKE
IND
PWE
IND
PWE
Parameter ID
Sub-index
Parameter value
P2013 = 3, fixes PKW length, but does not allow access to many parameter values. A parameter fault is
generated when an out-of-range value is used, the value will not be accepted but the inverter state will not
be affected. Useful for applications where parameters are not changed, but MM3s are also used. Broadcast
mode is not possible with this setting.
P2013 = 4, fixes PKW length. Allows access to all parameters, but indexed parameters can only be read
one index at a time. Word order for single word values are different to setting 3 or 127, see example below.
P2013 = 127, most useful setting. PKW reply length varies depending on the amount of information needed.
Can read fault information and all indices of a parameter with a single telegram with this setting.
Example:
Set P0700 to value 5 (0700 = 2BC (hex))
P2013 = 3
P2013 = 4
P2013 = 127
Master → MM4
22BC 0000 0005
22BC 0000 0000 0005
22BC 0000 0005 0000
MM4 → Master
12BC 0000 0005
12BC 0000 0000 0005
12BC 0000 0005
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USS telegram off time
CStat:
CT
P-Group: COMM
Datatype: U16
Active: Immediately
Unit: ms
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
0
65535
Level:
3
Defines a time T_off after which a fault will be generated (F0070) if no telegram is received via the USS
channels.
Index:
P2014[0] : Serial interface COM link
P2014[1] : Serial interface BOP link
Notice:
By default (time set to 0), no fault is generated (i.e. watchdog disabled).
r2015[4]
CO: PZD from BOP link (USS)
Datatype: U16
Min:
Def:
Max:
Unit: -
P-Group: COMM
Level:
-
3
Displays process data received via USS on BOP link (RS232 USS).
r2015
[0]
[1]
[2]
[3]
r2032
r2033
PZD4
STW2
PZD3
PZD2
HSW
PZD1
STW1
P2012
BCC
PZD
Process data
PKW
Parameter
USS telegram
USS on BOP link
ADR
LGE
STX
STX
LGE
ADR
PKW
PZD
BCC
STW
HSW
Start of text
Length
Address
Parameter ID value
Process data
Block check character
Control word
Main setpoint
PZD mapping to parameter r2015
Index:
r2015[0]
r2015[1]
r2015[2]
r2015[3]
:
:
:
:
Received word 0
Received word 1
Received word 2
Received word 3
Note:
The control words can be viewed as bit parameters r2032 and r2033.
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P2016[4]
CI: PZD to BOP link (USS)
CStat:
CT
P-Group: COMM
Datatype: U32
Active: Immediately
Min:
Def:
Max:
Unit: QuickComm. No
Level:
0:0
52:0
4000:0
3
Selects signals to be transmitted to serial interface via BOP link.
r0052
r0052
P2016
[0]
[1]
[2]
[3]
r0021
r0053
r0053
PZD4
ZSW2
PZD3
PZD2
HIW
PZD1
ZSW1
P2012
STX
LGE
ADR
PKW
PZD
BCC
ZSW
HIW
Start of text
Length
Address
Parameter ID value
Process data
Block check character
Status word
Main actual value
BCC
PZD
Process data
PKW
Parameter
ADR
LGE
STX
USS telegram
PZD mapping from parameter P2016
USS on BOP link
Index:
P2016[0] : Transmitted word 0
P2016[1] : Transmitted word 1
P2016[2] : Transmitted word 2
P2016[3] : Transmitted word 3
Example:
P2016[0] = 52.0 (default). In this case, the value of r0052[0] (CO/BO: Status word) is transmitted as 1st
PZD to the BOP link.
Note:
If r0052 not indexed, display does not show an index (".0" ).
Level:
r2018[4]
CO: PZD from COM link (USS)
Min: Datatype: U16
Unit: Def:
P-Group: COMM
Max: -
3
Displays process data received via USS on COM link.
r2018
[0]
[1]
[2]
[3]
r2036
r2037
PZD4
STW2
PZD3
PZD2
HSW
PZD1
STW1
P2012
BCC
PZD
Process data
PKW
Parameter
USS telegram
USS on COM link
ADR
LGE
STX
STX
LGE
ADR
PKW
PZD
BCC
STW
HSW
Start of text
Length
Address
Parameter ID value
Process data
Block check character
Control word
Main setpoint
PZD mapping to parameter r2018
Index:
r2018[0]
r2018[1]
r2018[2]
r2018[3]
:
:
:
:
Received word 0
Received word 1
Received word 2
Received word 3
Note:
The control words can be viewed as bit parameters r2036 and r2037.
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P2019[4]
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CI: PZD to COM link (USS)
CStat:
CT
P-Group: COMM
Datatype: U32
Active: Immediately
Min:
Def:
Max:
Unit: QuickComm. No
Level:
0:0
52:0
4000:0
3
Displays process data received via USS on COM link.
r0052
r0052
P2019
[0]
[1]
[2]
[3]
r0021
r0053
r0053
PZD4
ZSW2
PZD3
PZD2
HIW
PZD1
ZSW1
P2012
STX
LGE
ADR
PKW
PZD
BCC
ZSW
HIW
Start of text
Length
Address
Parameter ID value
Process data
Block check character
Status word
Main actual value
BCC
PZD
Process data
PKW
Parameter
ADR
LGE
STX
USS telegram
PZD mapping from parameter P2019
USS on COM link
Index:
P2019[0] : Transmitted word 0
P2019[1] : Transmitted word 1
P2019[2] : Transmitted word 2
P2019[3] : Transmitted word 3
Details:
See P2016 (PZD to BOP link)
r2024[2]
USS error-free telegrams
Datatype: U16
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
Unit: -
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
Unit: -
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
Unit: -
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
Unit: -
P-Group: COMM
3
Displays number of error-free USS telegrams received.
Index:
r2024[0] : Serial interface COM link
r2024[1] : Serial interface BOP link
r2025[2]
USS rejected telegrams
Datatype: U16
P-Group: COMM
3
Displays number of USS telegrams rejected.
Index:
r2025[0] : Serial interface COM link
r2025[1] : Serial interface BOP link
r2026[2]
USS character frame error
Datatype: U16
P-Group: COMM
3
Displays number of USS character frame errors.
Index:
r2026[0] : Serial interface COM link
r2026[1] : Serial interface BOP link
r2027[2]
USS overrun error
Datatype: U16
P-Group: COMM
3
Displays number of USS telegrams with overrun error.
Index:
r2027[0] : Serial interface COM link
r2027[1] : Serial interface BOP link
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r2028[2]
USS parity error
Datatype: U16
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
Unit: -
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
Unit: -
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
Unit: -
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
Unit: -
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
P-Group: COMM
3
Displays number of USS telegrams with parity error.
Index:
r2028[0] : Serial interface COM link
r2028[1] : Serial interface BOP link
r2029[2]
USS start not identified
Datatype: U16
P-Group: COMM
3
Displays number of USS telegrams with unidentified start.
Index:
r2029[0] : Serial interface COM link
r2029[1] : Serial interface BOP link
r2030[2]
USS BCC error
Datatype: U16
P-Group: COMM
3
Displays number of USS telegrams with BCC error.
Index:
r2030[0] : Serial interface COM link
r2030[1] : Serial interface BOP link
r2031[2]
USS length error
Datatype: U16
P-Group: COMM
3
Displays number of USS telegrams with incorrect length.
Index:
r2031[0] : Serial interface COM link
r2031[1] : Serial interface BOP link
r2032
BO: CtrlWrd1 from BOP link (USS)
Datatype: U16
Unit: -
P-Group: COMM
Displays control word 1 from BOP link (word 1 within USS).
Bitfields:
Bit00
ON/OFF1
Bit01
OFF2: Electrical stop
Bit02
OFF3: Fast stop
Bit03
Pulse enable
Bit04
RFG enable
Bit05
RFG start
Bit06
Setpoint enable
Bit07
Fault acknowledge
Bit08
JOG right
Bit09
JOG left
Bit10
Control from PLC
Bit11
Reverse (setpoint inversion)
Bit13
Motor potentiometer MOP up
Bit14
Motor potentiometer MOP down
Bit15
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0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
3
NO
YES
YES
NO
YES
NO
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
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BO: CtrlWrd2 from BOP link (USS)
Datatype: U16
Min:
Def:
Max:
Unit: -
P-Group: COMM
Displays control word 2 from BOP link (i.e. word 4 within USS).
Bitfields:
Bit00
Fixed frequency Bit 0
Bit01
Fixed frequency Bit 1
Bit02
Fixed frequency Bit 2
Bit08
PID enabled
Bit09
DC brake enabled
Bit13
External fault 1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
-
Level:
-
Level:
3
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
YES
NO
Dependency:
P0700 = 4 (USS on BOP link) and P0719 = 0 (Cmd / Setpoint = BICO parameter).
r2036
BO: CtrlWrd1 from COM link (USS)
Datatype: U16
Min:
Def:
Max:
Unit: -
P-Group: COMM
Displays control word 1 from COM link (i.e. word 1 within USS).
Bitfields:
Bit00
ON/OFF1
Bit01
OFF2: Electrical stop
Bit02
OFF3: Fast stop
Bit03
Pulse enable
Bit04
RFG enable
Bit05
RFG start
Bit06
Setpoint enable
Bit07
Fault acknowledge
Bit08
JOG right
Bit09
JOG left
Bit10
Control from PLC
Bit11
Reverse (setpoint inversion)
Bit13
Motor potentiometer MOP up
Bit14
Motor potentiometer MOP down
Bit15
Local / Remote
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
3
NO
YES
YES
NO
YES
NO
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
Details:
See r2033 (control word 2 from BOP link).
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r2037
BO: CtrlWrd2 from COM link (USS)
Datatype: U16
Min:
Def:
Max:
Unit: -
P-Group: COMM
Displays control word 2 from COM link (i.e. word 4 within USS).
Bitfields:
Bit00
Fixed frequency Bit 0
Bit01
Fixed frequency Bit 1
Bit02
Fixed frequency Bit 2
Bit08
PID enabled
Bit09
DC brake enabled
Bit13
External fault 1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
-
Level:
0
0
65535
Level:
3
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
YES
NO
Details:
See r2033 (control word 2 from BOP link).
P2040
CB telegram off time
CStat:
CT
P-Group: COMM
Datatype: U16
Active: Immediately
Unit: ms
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
3
Defines time after which a fault will be generated (F0070) if no telegram is received via the link.
Dependency:
Setting 0 = watchdog disabled
P2041[5]
CB parameter
CStat:
CT
P-Group: COMM
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
0
65535
Level:
3
Configures a communication board (CB).
Index:
P2041[0] : CB parameter 0
P2041[1] : CB parameter 1
P2041[2] : CB parameter 2
P2041[3] : CB parameter 3
P2041[4] : CB parameter 4
Details:
See relevant communication board manual for protocol definition and appropriate settings.
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Datatype: U16
Min:
Def:
Max:
Unit: -
P-Group: COMM
Level:
-
3
Displays PZD received from communication board (CB).
r2050
[0]
[1]
[2]
[3]
r2090
r2091
PZD4
CB-Frame
PZD3
PZD
Process data
PZD2
HSW
PKW
Parameter
PZD1
STW1
PKW
PZD
STW
HSW
CB-Frame
P2041[0]
CB telegram
CB on COM link
Parameter ID value
Process data
Control word
Main setpoint
PZD mapping to parameter r2050
Index:
r2050[0]
r2050[1]
r2050[2]
r2050[3]
:
:
:
:
Received word 0
Received word 1
Received word 2
Received word 3
Note:
The control words can be viewed as bit parameters r2090 and r2091.
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P2051[4]
CI: PZD to CB
CStat:
CT
P-Group: COMM
Datatype: U32
Active: Immediately
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
Level:
0:0
52:0
4000:0
3
Connects PZD to CB.
This parameter allows the user to define the source of status words and actual values for the reply PZD.
r0052
r0052
P2051
[0]
[1]
[2]
[3]
r0021
r0053
r0053
PZD4
ZSW2
PKW
PZD
ZSW
HIW
Parameter ID value
Process data
Status word
Main actual value
CB-Frame
PZD3
PZD
Process data
PZD2
HIW
PKW
Parameter
PZD1
ZSW1
CB-Frame
P2041[0]
CB telegram
PZD mapping from parameter P2051
CB on COM link
Index:
P2051[0] : Transmitted word 0
P2051[1] : Transmitted word 1
P2051[2] : Transmitted word 2
P2051[3] : Transmitted word 3
Common Settings:
Status word 1 = 52 CO/BO: Act. status word 1 (see r0052)
Actual value 1 = 21 inverter output frequency (see r0021)
Other BICO settings are possible
r2053[5]
CB identification
Datatype: U16
Unit: -
P-Group: COMM
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
3
Displays identification data of the communication board (CB). The different CB types (r2053[0]) are given in
the Enum declaration.
Possible Settings:
0
No CB option board
1
PROFIBUS DP
2
DeviceNet
256
not defined
Index:
r2053[0] : CB type (PROFIBUS = 1)
r2053[1] : Firmware version
r2053[2] : Firmware version detail
r2053[3] : Firmware date (year)
r2053[4] : Firmware date (day/month)
Level:
r2054[7]
CB diagnosis
Min: Datatype: U16
Unit: Def:
P-Group: COMM
Max: -
3
Displays diagnostic information of communication board (CB).
Index:
r2054[0] : CB diagnosis 0
r2054[1] : CB diagnosis 1
r2054[2] : CB diagnosis 2
r2054[3] : CB diagnosis 3
r2054[4] : CB diagnosis 4
r2054[5] : CB diagnosis 5
r2054[6] : CB diagnosis 6
Details:
See relevant communications board manual.
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BO: Control word 1 from CB
Datatype: U16
Min:
Def:
Max:
Unit: -
P-Group: COMM
Displays control word 1 received from communication board (CB).
Bitfields:
Bit00
ON/OFF1
Bit01
OFF2: Electrical stop
Bit02
OFF3: Fast stop
Bit03
Pulse enable
Bit04
RFG enable
Bit05
RFG start
Bit06
Setpoint enable
Bit07
Fault acknowledge
Bit08
JOG right
Bit09
JOG left
Bit10
Control from PLC
Bit11
Reverse (setpoint inversion)
Bit13
Motor potentiometer MOP up
Bit14
Motor potentiometer MOP down
Bit15
Local / Remote
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
-
Level:
3
NO
YES
YES
NO
YES
NO
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
Note:
If P700 = 6 (Profibus) then P810 must be set to 2090.15 for correct operation. This will not be cleared
automatically when P700 is no longer equal to 6.
Details:
See relevant communication board manual for protocol definition and appropriate settings.
Level:
r2091
BO: Control word 2 from CB
Min: Datatype: U16
Unit: Def:
P-Group: COMM
Max: -
3
Displays control word 2 received from communication board (CB).
Bitfields:
Bit00
Fixed frequency Bit 0
Bit01
Fixed frequency Bit 1
Bit02
Fixed frequency Bit 2
Bit08
PID enabled
Bit09
DC brake enabled
Bit13
External fault 1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
YES
NO
Details:
See relevant communication board manual for protocol definition and appropriate settings.
P2100[3]
Alarm number selection
CStat:
CT
P-Group: ALARMS
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
0
65535
Level:
3
Selects up to 3 faults or warnings for non-default reactions.
Index:
P2100[0] : Fault Number 1
P2100[1] : Fault Number 2
P2100[2] : Fault Number 3
Example:
If you want F0005 to perform an OFF3 instead of an OFF2, set P2100[0] = 5, then select the desired
reaction in P2101[0] (in this case, set P2101[0] = 3).
Note:
All fault codes have a default reaction to OFF2. Some fault codes caused by hardware trips (e.g.
overcurrent) cannot be changed from the default reactions.
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P2101[3]
Stop reaction value
CStat:
CT
P-Group: ALARMS
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
0
4
Level:
3
Sets drive stop reaction values for fault selected by P2100 (alarm number stop reaction).
This indexed parameter specifies the special reaction to the faults/warnings defined in P2100 indices 0 to 2.
Possible Settings:
0
No reaction, no display
1
OFF1 stop reaction
2
OFF2 stop reaction
3
OFF3 stop reaction
4
No reaction warning only
Index:
P2101[0] : Stop reaction value 1
P2101[1] : Stop reaction value 2
P2101[2] : Stop reaction value 3
Note:
Settings 0 - 3 only are available for fault codes.
Settings 0 and 4 only are available for warnings.
Index 0 (P2101) refers to fault/warning in index 0 (P2100).
P2103
BI: 1. Faults acknowledgement
CStat:
CT
P-Group: COMMANDS
Datatype: U32
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0:0
722:2
4000:0
Level:
3
Defines first source of fault acknowledgement, e.g. keypad/DIN, etc. (depending on setting).
Common Settings:
722.0 = Digital input 1 (requires P0701 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.1 = Digital input 2 (requires P0702 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.2 = Digital input 3 (requires P0703 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.3 = Digital input 4 (via analog input, requires P0704 to be set to 99)
P2104
BI: 2. Faults acknowledgement
CStat:
CT
P-Group: COMMANDS
Datatype: U32
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0:0
0:0
4000:0
Level:
Min:
Def:
Max:
0:0
1:0
4000:0
Level:
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
3
Selects second source of fault acknowledgement.
Common Settings:
722.0 = Digital input 1 (requires P0701 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.1 = Digital input 2 (requires P0702 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.2 = Digital input 3 (requires P0703 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.3 = Digital input 4 (via analog input, requires P0704 to be set to 99)
P2106
BI: External fault
CStat:
CT
P-Group: COMMANDS
Datatype: U32
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
3
Selects source of external faults.
Common Settings:
722.0 = Digital input 1 (requires P0701 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.1 = Digital input 2 (requires P0702 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.2 = Digital input 3 (requires P0703 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.3 = Digital input 4 (via analog input, requires P0704 to be set to 99)
r2110[4]
Warning number
Datatype: U16
P-Group: ALARMS
Unit: -
2
Displays warning information.
A maximum of 2 active warnings (indices 0 and 1) and 2 historical warnings (indices 2 and 3) may be
viewed.
Index:
r2110[0]
r2110[1]
r2110[2]
r2110[3]
:
:
:
:
Recent Warnings --, warning 1
Recent Warnings --, warning 2
Recent Warnings -1, warning 3
Recent Warnings -1, warning 4
Note:
The keypad will flash while a warning is active. The LEDs indicate the warning status in this case.
If an AOP is in use, the display will show number and text of the active warning.
Notice:
Indices 0 and 1 are not stored.
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Total number of warnings
CStat:
CT
P-Group: ALARMS
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
Min:
Def:
Max:
Unit: QuickComm. No
Level:
0
0
4
3
Displays number of warning (up to 4) since last reset. Set to 0 to reset the warning history.
r2114[2]
Run time counter
Datatype: U16
Min:
Def:
Max:
Unit: -
P-Group: ALARMS
Level:
-
3
Displays run time counter. It is the total time the drive has been powered up. When power goes value is
saved, then restored on powerup. The run time counter r2114 will be calculate as followed:
Multiply the value in r2114[0], by 65536 and then add it to the value in r2114[1]. The resultant answer will be
in seconds. This means that r2114[0] is not days.
Total powerup time= 65536*r2114[0]+r2114[1] Secs.
When AOP is not connected, the time in this parameter is used by r0948 to indicate when a fault has
occured.
Index:
r2114[0] : System Time, Seconds, Upper Word
r2114[1] : System Time, Seconds, Lower Word
Example:
If r2114[0] = 1 & r2114[1] = 20864
We get 1 * 65536 + 20864 = 86400 seconds which equals 1 day.
Details:
See r0948 (fault time)
P2115[3]
AOP real time clock
CStat:
CT
P-Group: ALARMS
Datatype: U16
Active: Immediately
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
0
65535
Level:
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
0
65535
Level:
Unit: QuickComm. No
3
Displays AOP real time.
Index:
P2115[0] : Real Time, Seconds+Minutes
P2115[1] : Real Time, Hours+Days
P2115[2] : Real Time, Month+Year
Details:
See r0948 (fault time).
P2120
Indication counter
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: ALARMS
Datatype: U16
Active: Immediately
4
Indicates total number of alarm events. This parameter is incremented whenever an alarm event occurs. It
also gets incremented when a warning is cleared or faults are cleared.
This parameter is used by the PC tools.
P2150
Hysteresis frequency f_hys
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: ALARMS
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
Min:
Def:
Max:
Unit: Hz
QuickComm. No
0.00
3.00
10.00
Level:
3
Defines hysteresis level applied for comparing frequency and speed to threshold as illustrated in the
diagram below.
0
f_act > 0
f_act > 0
1
0
r2197 Bit03
r0052 Bit14
{
f_act
0
Hyst. freq. f_hys
0.00 ... 10.00 [Hz]
P2150.D (3.00)
1
-
0
{
f_set
| f_act | >= | f_set |
r2197 Bit04
r0053 Bit06
1
| f_act| >= | f_set |
96
-1
Hyst. freq. f_hys
0.00 ... 10.00 [Hz]
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Threshold frequency f_1
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: ALARMS
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
Min:
Def:
Max:
Unit: Hz
QuickComm. No
0.00
30.00
650.00
Level:
3
Sets a threshold for comparing actual speed or frequency to threshold values f_1. This threshold controls
status bits 4 and 5 in status word 2 (r0053).
Threshold freq f_1
0.00 ... 650.00 [Hz]
P2155.D (30.00)
| f_act | <= f_1
| f_act | > f_1
f_act
{
1
{
1
Threshold freq f_1
0.00 ... 650.00 [Hz]
P2155.D (30.00)
T 0
| f_act | <= f_1
0
r2197 Bit01
r0053 Bit05
Hyst. freq. f_hys
0.00 ... 10.00 [Hz]
P2150.D (3.00)
T 0
| f_act | > f_1
0
Delay time of f_1
0 ... 10000 [ms]
P2156.D (10)
Hyst. freq. f_hys
0.00 ... 10.00 [Hz]
P2150.D (3.00)
P2156
Delay time of f_1
0 ... 10000 [ms]
P2156.D (10)
Delay time of threshold freq f_1
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: ALARMS
Datatype: U16
Active: Immediately
Unit: ms
QuickComm. No
r2197 Bit02
r0053 Bit04
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
10
10000
Level:
Min:
Def:
Max:
0.00
3.00
10.00
Level:
3
Sets delay time prior to threshold frequency f_1 comparison (P2155).
Details:
See diagram in P2155 (threshold frequency f_1)
P2164
Hysteresis frequency deviation
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: ALARMS
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
Unit: Hz
QuickComm. No
3
Hysteresis frequency for detecting permitted deviation (from setpoint) or frequency or speed. This frequency
controls bit 8 in status word 1 (r0052) and bit 6 in status word 2 (r0053).
0
f_act == f_set
1
+
0
{
f_act –
f_set
f_act == f_set
r2197 Bit07
r0052 Bit02
r0053 Bit06
Hyster freq deviat
0.00 ... 10.00 [Hz]
P2164.D (3.00)
P2167
Switch-off frequency f_off
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: ALARMS
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
Unit: Hz
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0.00
1.00
10.00
Level:
3
Sets frequency threshold below which inverter switches off.
If the frequency falls below this threshold, bit 1 in status word 2 (r0053)is set.
| f_act | <= f_off
Brake closed
(on ramp down)
1
f_act
Delay time T_off
0 ... 10000 [ms]
P2168.D (10)
&
0
no Brake selected
1
T 0
| f_act | <= f_off
r2197 Bit05
r0053 Bit01
SwOff freq. f_off
0.00 ... 10.00 [Hz]
P2167.D (1.00)
Dependency:
Switched off only if OFF1 or OFF3 active.
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Delay time T_off
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: ALARMS
Datatype: U16
Active: Immediately
Unit: ms
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
Level:
0
10
10000
3
Defines time for which the inverter may operate below switch-off frequency (P2167) before switch off
occurs.
Dependency:
Active if holding brake (P1215) not parameterized.
Details:
See diagram in P2167 (switch-off frequency)
P2170
Threshold current I_thresh
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: ALARMS
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
Unit: %
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
Level:
0.0
100.0
400.0
3
Defines threshold current in [%] relative to P0305 (rated motor current) to be used in comparisons of I_act
and I_Thresh as illustrated in the diagram below.
|I_act| > I_thresh
1
I_act
0
| I_act | > I_thresh
T
0
r0053 Bit03
Threshold current
0.0 ... 400.0 [%]
P2170.D (100.0)
Delay time current
0 ... 10000 [ms]
P2171.D (10)
Note:
This threshold controls bit 3 in status word 3 (r0053).
P2171
Delay time current
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: ALARMS
Datatype: U16
Active: Immediately
Unit: ms
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
10
10000
Level:
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
800
2000
Level:
3
Defines delay time prior to activation of current comparison.
Details:
See diagram in P2170 (threshold current I_thresh)
P2172
Threshold DC-link voltage
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: ALARMS
Datatype: U16
Active: Immediately
Unit: V
QuickComm. No
3
Defines DC link voltage to be compared to actual voltage as illustrated in the diagram below.
Vdc
P2172
t
Vdc_act < P2172
r0053 1
Bit 7
0
t
P2173
Vdc_act > P2172
r0053 1
Bit 8
0
t
P2173
Note:
This voltage controls bits 7 and 8 in status word 3 (r0053).
P2173
Delay time DC-link voltage
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: ALARMS
Datatype: U16
Active: Immediately
Unit: ms
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
10
10000
Level:
3
Defines delay time prior to activation of threshold comparison.
Details:
See diagram in P2172 (threshold DC-link voltage)
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P2179
Current limit for no load ident.
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: ALARMS
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
Unit: %
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0.0
3.0
10.0
Level:
3
Threshold current for A0922 (load missing) in [%] relative to P0305 (rated motor current) as illustrated in the
diagram below.
Load missing
I_act (modulus)
1
0
Pulse_enable
Cur.lim:no-load ID
0.0 ... 10.0 [%]
P2179 (3.0)
&
T 0
Load missing
r2198 Bit11
Delay_T:no-load ID
0 ... 10000 [ms]
P2180 (2000)
1
Vact
(modulus from modulator) 0
0
Note:
It may be that the motor is not connected (load missing) or a phase could be missing.
Notice:
P2180
If a motor setpoint cannot be entered and the current limit (P2179) is not exceeded, Alarm A0922 (no load
applied) is issued when delay time (P2180) expires.
Level:
Delay time for load missing
Min: 0
CStat:
CUT
Datatype: U16
Unit: ms
Def:
2000
P-Group: ALARMS
Active: Immediately
QuickComm. No
Max: 10000
3
Delay time load missing
Note:
It may be that the motor is not connected (load missing) or a phase could be missing.
Notice:
If a motor setpoint cannot be entered and the current limit (P2179) is not exceeded, alarm A0922 (no load
applied) is issued when delay time (P2180) expires.
Details:
See diagram in P2179 (current limit for no load identification).
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Datatype: U16
Min:
Def:
Max:
Unit: -
P-Group: ALARMS
-
Level:
2
Monitoring word 1 which indicates the state of monitor functions. Each bit represents one monitor function.
Bitfields:
Bit00
f_act <= P1080 (f_min)
0
NO
1
YES
Bit01
f_act <= P2155 (f_1)
0
NO
1
YES
Bit02
f_act >
P2155 (f_1)
0
NO
1
YES
Bit03
f_act >
zero
0
NO
1
YES
Bit04
f_act >= setp. (f_set)
0
NO
1
YES
Bit05
f_act <= P2167 (f_off)
0
NO
1
YES
Bit06
f_act >
P1082 (f_max)
0
NO
1
YES
Bit07
f_act == setp. (f_set)
0
NO
1
YES
Bit08
Act. current r0027 >= P2170
0
NO
1
YES
Bit09
Act. unfilt. Vdc
< P2172
0
NO
1
YES
Bit10
Act. unfilt. Vdc
> P2172
0
NO
1
YES
Bit11
No load condition
0
NO
1
YES
P2200
BI: Enable PID controller
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: TECH
Datatype: U32
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0:0
0:0
4000:0
Level:
2
PID mode Allows user to enable/disable the PID controller. Setting to 1 enables the PID closed-loop
controller.
Dependency:
Setting 1 automatically disables normal ramp times set in P1120 and P1121 and the normal frequency
setpoints.
Following an OFF1 or OFF3 command, however, the inverter frequency will ramp down to zero using the
ramp time set in P1121 (P1135 for OFF3).
Note:
The PID setpoint source is selected using P2253. The PID setpoint and the PID feedback signal are
interpreted as [%] values (not [Hz]). The output of the PID controller is displayed as [%] and then normalized
into [Hz] through P2000 (reference frequency) when PID is enabled.
In level 3, the PID controller source enable can also come from the digital inputs in settings 722.0 to 722.2
for DIN1 to DIN3 or from any other BiCo source.
The reverse command is not active whilst PID is active.
Notice:
The minimum and maximum motor frequencies (P1080 and P1082) as well as the skip frequencies (P1091
to P1094) remain active on the inverter output. However, enabling skip frequencies with PID control can
produce instabilities.
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P2201
Fixed PID setpoint 1
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: TECH
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
Unit: %
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
-130.00
0.00
130.00
Level:
2
Defines Fixed PID Setpoint 1
In addition, you can set any of the digital input parameters to fixed PID setpoint (FF-PID) via the digital
inputs (P0701 - P0703).
There are three selection modes for the PID fixed setpoint:
1 Direct selection (P0701 = 15 or P0702 = 15, etc):
In this mode of operation, 1 digital input selects one PID fixed setpoint.
2 Direct selection with ON command (P0701 = 16 or P0702 = 16, etc.):
Description as for 1), except that this type of selection issues an ON command concurrent with any setpoint
selection.
3 Binary Coded Decimal selection (P0701 - P0703 = 17):
Using this method to select the fixed PID setpoint (FF-PID) allows you to choose up to 7 different PID
setpoints.
The setpoints are selected according to the following table:
Example:
P2201
P2202
P2203
P2204
P2205
P2206
P2207
OFF
PID-FF1
PID-FF2
PID-FF3
PID-FF4
PID-FF5
PID-FF6
PID-FF7
DIN3
Inactive
Inactive
Inactive
Inactive
DIN2
Inactive
Inactive
Active
Active
DIN1
Inactive
Active
Inactive
Active
Active
Active
Active
Active
Inactive
Inactive
Active
Active
Inactive
Active
Inactive
Active
Dependency:
P2000 = 1 required in user access level 2 to enable setpoint source.
In mode 1 (above):
ON command required to start motor (enable pulses).
In mode 2 (above):
If inputs programmed to PID fixed setpoint and selected together, the selected setpoints are summed.
Note:
You may mix different types of frequencies; however, remember that they will be summed if selected
together.
P2201 = 100 % corresponds to 4000 hex
P2202
Fixed PID setpoint 2
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: TECH
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
Min:
Def:
Max:
-130.00
10.00
130.00
Level:
Unit: %
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
-130.00
20.00
130.00
Level:
Unit: %
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
-130.00
30.00
130.00
Level:
Unit: %
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
-130.00
40.00
130.00
Level:
Unit: %
QuickComm. No
2
Defines Fixed PID Setpoint 2
Details:
See P2201 (Fixed PID Setpoint 1).
P2203
Fixed PID setpoint 3
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: TECH
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
2
Defines Fixed PID Setpoint 3
Details:
See P2201 fixed PID setpoint 1 (FF-PID 1).
P2204
Fixed PID setpoint 4
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: TECH
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
2
Defines Fixed PID Setpoint 4
Details:
See P2201 (Fixed PID Setpoint 1).
P2205
Fixed PID setpoint 5
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: TECH
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
2
Defines Fixed PID Setpoint 5
Details:
See P2201 (Fixed PID Setpoint 1).
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CStat:
CUT
P-Group: TECH
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
Min:
Def:
Max:
-130.00
50.00
130.00
Level:
Unit: %
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
-130.00
60.00
130.00
Level:
Unit: %
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
1
1
3
Level:
Unit: QuickComm. No
2
Defines Fixed PID Setpoint 6
Details:
See P2201 (Fixed PID Setpoint 1).
P2207
Fixed PID setpoint 7
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: TECH
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
2
Defines Fixed PID Setpoint 7
Details:
See P2201 (Fixed PID Setpoint 1).
P2216
Fixed PID setpoint mode - Bit 0
CStat:
CT
P-Group: TECH
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
3
Fixed frequencies for PID setpoint can be selected in three different modes. Parameter P2216 defines the
mode of selection Bit 0.
Possible Settings:
1
Direct selection
2
Direct selection + ON command
3
Binary coded selection + ON command
Level:
P2217
Fixed PID setpoint mode - Bit 1
Min: 1
CStat:
CT
Datatype: U16
Unit: Def:
1
P-Group: TECH
Active: first confirm
QuickComm. No
Max: 3
3
BCD or direct selection Bit 1 for PID setpoint.
Possible Settings:
1
Direct selection
2
Direct selection + ON command
3
Binary coded selection + ON command
P2218
Fixed PID setpoint mode - Bit 2
CStat:
CT
P-Group: TECH
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
Min:
Def:
Max:
1
1
3
Level:
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0:0
0:0
4000:0
Level:
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0:0
0:0
4000:0
Level:
Min:
Def:
Max:
0:0
0:0
4000:0
Level:
3
BCD or direct selection Bit 2 for PID setpoint.
Possible Settings:
1
Direct selection
2
Direct selection + ON command
3
Binary coded selection + ON command
P2220
BI: Fixed PID setp. select Bit 0
CStat:
CT
P-Group: COMMANDS
Datatype: U32
Active: first confirm
3
Defines command source of fixed PID setpoint selection Bit 0
Common Settings:
722.0 = Digital input 1 (requires P0701 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.1 = Digital input 2 (requires P0702 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.2 = Digital input 3 (requires P0703 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.3 = Digital input 4 (via analog input, requires P0704 to be set to 99)
P2221
BI: Fixed PID setp. select Bit 1
CStat:
CT
P-Group: COMMANDS
Datatype: U32
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
3
Defines command source of fixed PID setpoint selection Bit 1.
Common Settings:
722.0 = Digital input 1 (requires P0701 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.1 = Digital input 2 (requires P0702 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.2 = Digital input 3 (requires P0703 to be set to 99, BICO)
P2222
BI: Fixed PID setp. select Bit 2
CStat:
CT
P-Group: COMMANDS
Datatype: U32
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
3
Defines command source of fixed PID setpoint selection Bit 2
Common Settings:
722.0 = Digital input 1 (requires P0701 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.1 = Digital input 2 (requires P0702 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.2 = Digital input 3 (requires P0703 to be set to 99, BICO)
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r2224
CO: Act. fixed PID setpoint
Datatype: Float
Unit: %
P-Group: TECH
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
0
1
Level:
2
Displays total output of PID fixed setpoint selection.
Note:
r2224 = 100 % corresponds to 4000 hex
P2231
Setpoint memory of PID-MOP
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: TECH
Datatype: U16
Active: Immediately
Unit: QuickComm. No
2
Setpoint memory
Possible Settings:
0
PID-MOP setpoint will not be stored
1
PID-MOP setpoint will be stored (P2240 is updated)
Dependency:
P2231 = 0:
If 0 selected, setpoint returns to value set in P2240 (setpoint of PID-MOP) after an OFF command.
P2231 = 1:
If 1 is selected, active setpoint is 'remembered' and P2240 updated with current value.
Details:
See P2240 (setpoint of PID-MOP)
P2232
Inhibit rev. direct. of PID-MOP
CStat:
CT
P-Group: TECH
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
1
1
Level:
2
Inhibits reverse setpoint selection when PID motor potentiometer is chosen either as a main setpoint or
additional setpoint.
Possible Settings:
0
Reverse direction is allowed
1
Reverse direction inhibited
Note:
Setting 0 enables a change of motor direction using the motor potentiometer setpoint (increase/decrease
frequency either by using digital inputs or motor potentiometer up/down buttons.
Level:
P2235
BI: Enable PID-MOP (UP-cmd)
Min: 0:0
CStat:
CT
Datatype: U32
Unit: Def:
19:13
P-Group: COMMANDS
Active: first confirm
QuickComm. No
Max: 4000:0
3
Defines source of UP command.
Common Settings:
722.0 = Digital input 1 (requires P0701 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.1 = Digital input 2 (requires P0702 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.2 = Digital input 3 (requires P0703 to be set to 99, BICO)
19.D = Keypad UP cursor
Dependency:
To change setpoint:
1. Use UP / DOWN key on BOP or
2. Set P0702/P0703 = 13/14 (function of digital inputs 2 and 3)
P2236
BI: Enable PID-MOP (DOWN-cmd)
CStat:
CT
P-Group: COMMANDS
Datatype: U32
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0:0
19:14
4000:0
Level:
Min:
Def:
Max:
-130.00
10.00
130.00
Level:
3
Defines source of DOWN command.
Common Settings:
722.0 = Digital input 1 (requires P0701 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.1 = Digital input 2 (requires P0702 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.2 = Digital input 3 (requires P0703 to be set to 99, BICO)
722.3 = Digital input 4 (via analog input, requires P0704 to be set to 99)
19.E = Keypad DOWN cursor
Dependency:
To change setpoint:
1. Use UP / DOWN key on BOP or
2. Set P0702/P0703 = 13/14 (function of digital inputs 2 and 3)
P2240
Setpoint of PID-MOP
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: TECH
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
Unit: %
QuickComm. No
2
Setpoint of the motor potentiometer.
Allows user to set a digital PID setpoint in [%].
Note:
P2240 = 100 % corresponds to 4000 hex
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CO: Output setpoint of PID-MOP
Datatype: Float
Unit: %
P-Group: TECH
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
Min:
Def:
Max:
0:0
0:0
4000:0
Level:
2
Displays output setpoint of motor potentiometer in [%].
Note:
r2250 = 100 % corresponds to 4000 hex
P2253
CI: PID setpoint
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: TECH
Datatype: U32
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
2
Defines setpoint source for PID setpoint input.
PID
MOP
ADC
P2254
PID
FF
P2253
USS
BOP link
P2264
USS
COM link
P2200
0
PID
SUM
PID
PT1
PID
RFG
PID
PT1
PID
−
∆PID
1
Motor
control
PIDOutput
PID
SCL
CB
COM link
This parameter allows the user to select the source of the PID setpoint. Normally, a digital setpoint is
selected either using a fixed PID setpoint or an active setpoint.
Common Settings:
755 = Analog input 1
2224 = Fixed PI setpoint (see P2201 to P2207)
2250 = Active PI setpoint (see P2240)
P2254
CI: PID trim source
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: TECH
Datatype: U32
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0:0
0:0
4000:0
Level:
3
Selects trim source for PID setpoint. This signal is multiplied by the trim gain and added to the PID setpoint.
Common Settings:
755 = Analog input 1
2224 = Fixed PI setpoint (see P2201 to P2207)
2250 = Active PI setpoint (see P2240)
Level:
P2255
PID setpoint gain factor
Min: 0.00
CStat:
CUT
Datatype: Float
Unit: Def:
100.00
P-Group: TECH
Active: Immediately
QuickComm. No
Max: 100.00
3
P2256
Gain factor for PID setpoint. The PID setpoint input is multiplied by this gain factor to produce a suitable
ratio between setpoint and trim.
Level:
PID trim gain factor
Min: 0.00
CStat:
CUT
Datatype: Float
Unit: Def:
100.00
P-Group: TECH
Active: Immediately
QuickComm. No
Max: 100.00
3
Gain factor for PID trim. This gain factor scales the trim signal, which is added to the main PID setpoint.
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P2257
Ramp-up time for PID setpoint
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: TECH
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
Unit: s
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0.00
1.00
650.00
Level:
2
Sets the ramp-up time for the PID setpoint.
PI Setpoint (%)
100 %
t (s)
0
P2257
Dependency:
P2200 = 1 (PID control is enabled) disable normal ramp-up time (P1120).
PID ramp time effective only on PID setpoint and only active when PID setpoint is changed or when RUN
command is given (when PID setpoint uses this ramp to reach its value from 0 %).
Notice:
Setting the ramp-up time too short may cause the inverter to trip, on overcurrent for example.
P2258
Ramp-down time for PID setpoint
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: TECH
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
Unit: s
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0.00
1.00
650.00
Level:
2
Sets ramp-down time for PID setpoint.
Setpoint (%)
100 %
0
t (s)
P2258
Dependency:
P2200 = 1 (PID control is enabled) disables normal ramp-up time (P1120).
PID setpoint ramp effective only on PID setpoint changes.
P1121 (ramp-down time) and P1135 (OFF3 ramp-down time) define the ramp times used after OFF1 and
OFF3 respectively.
Notice:
Setting the ramp-down time too short can cause the inverter to trip on overvoltage (F0002) / overcurrent
(F0001).
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Datatype: Float
Unit: %
P-Group: TECH
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
Min:
Def:
Max:
0.00
0.00
60.00
Level:
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
Min:
Def:
Max:
0:0
755:0
4000:0
Level:
2
Displays total active PID setpoint after PID-RFG in [%].
Note:
r2260 = 100 % corresponds to 4000 hex
P2261
PID setpoint filter timeconstant
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: TECH
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
Unit: s
QuickComm. No
3
Sets a time constant for smoothing the PID setpoint.
Note:
0 = no smoothing
r2262
CO: Filtered PID setp. after RFG
Datatype: Float
Unit: %
P-Group: TECH
3
Displays filtered PID setpoint after PID-RFG in [%].
Note:
r2262 = 100 % corresponds to 4000 hex
P2264
CI: PID feedback
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: TECH
Datatype: U32
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
2
Selects the source of the PID feedback signal.
Common Settings:
755 = Analog input 1 setpoint
2224 = Fixed PID setpoint
2250 = Output setpoint of PID-MOP
Note:
When analog input is selected, offset and gain can be implemented using parameters P0756 to P0760.
Level:
P2265
PID feedback filter timeconstant
Min: 0.00
CStat:
CUT
Datatype: Float
Unit: s
Def:
0.00
P-Group: TECH
Active: Immediately
QuickComm. No
Max: 60.00
2
Defines time constant for PID feedback filter.
r2266
CO: PID filtered feedback
Datatype: Float
Unit: %
P-Group: TECH
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
Min:
Def:
Max:
-200.00
100.00
200.00
Level:
2
Displays PID feedback signal in [%].
Note:
r2266 = 100 % corresponds to 4000 hex
P2267
Max. value for PID feedback
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: TECH
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
Unit: %
QuickComm. No
3
Sets the upper limit for the value of the feedback signal in [%].
Note:
P2267 = 100 % corresponds to 4000 hex
Notice:
P2268
When PID is enabled (P2200 = 1) and the signal rises above this value, the inverter will trip with F0222 .
Level:
Min: -200.00
CStat:
CUT
Datatype: Float
Unit: %
Def:
0.00
P-Group: TECH
Active: Immediately
QuickComm. No
Max: 200.00
Min. value for PID feedback
3
Sets lower limit for value of feedback signal in [%].
Note:
P2268 = 100 % corresponds to 4000 hex
Notice:
P2269
When PID is enabled (P2200 = 1) and the signal rises below this value, the inverter will trip with F0221.
Level:
Min: 0.00
CStat:
CUT
Datatype: Float
Unit: Def:
100.00
P-Group: TECH
Active: Immediately
QuickComm. No
Max: 500.00
Gain applied to PID feedback
3
Allows the user to scale the PID feedback as a percentage value [%].
A gain of 100.0 % means that feedback signal has not changed from its default value.
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P2270
PID feedback function selector
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: TECH
Datatype: U16
Active: Immediately
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
0
3
Level:
3
Applies mathematical functions to the PID feedback signal, allowing multiplication of the result by P2269
(gain applied to PID feedback).
Possible Settings:
0
Disabled
1
Square root (root(x))
2
Square
(x*x)
3
Cube
(x*x*x)
Level:
P2271
PID transducer type
Min: 0
CStat:
CUT
Datatype: U16
Unit: Def:
0
P-Group: TECH
Active: Immediately
QuickComm. No
Max: 1
2
Allows the user to select the transducer type for the PID feedback signal.
Possible Settings:
0
Disabled
1
Inversion of PID feedback signal
Value:
P2271 = 0 : [default]
If the feedback signal is less than the PID setpoint, the PID controller will increase motor speed to correct
this.
P2271 = 1 :
If the feedback signal is greater than the PID setpoint, the PID controller will reduce motor speed to correct
this.
Notice:
It is essential that you select the correct tranducer type.
If you are unsure whether 0 or 1 is applicable, you can determine the correct type as follows:
1. Disable the PID function (P2200 = 0).
2. Increase the motor frequency while measuring the feedback signal.
3. If the feedback signal increases with an increase in motor frequency, the PID transducer type should be
0.
4. If the feedback signal decreases with an increase in motor frequency the PID transducer type should be
set to 1.
Level:
CO: PID scaled feedback
Min: Datatype: Float
Unit: %
Def:
P-Group: TECH
Max: -
r2272
2
Displays PID scaled feedback signal in [%].
Note:
r2272 = 100 % corresponds to 4000 hex
r2273
CO: PID error
Datatype: Float
P-Group: TECH
Unit: %
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
2
Displays PID error (difference) signal between setpoint and feedback signals in [%].
Note:
r2273 = 100 % corresponds to 4000 hex
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PID proportional gain
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: TECH
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0.00
3.00
125.00
Level:
2
Allows user to set proportional gain for PID controller.
The PID controller is implemented using the standard model.
P2280
P2285
Kp
Tn
+
PID
setpoint
Motor
control
r2262
PID
feedback
r2273
r2294
r2272
For best results, enable both P and I terms.
Dependency:
P2280 = 0 (P term of PID = 0):
I term acts on the square of the error signal.
P2285 = 0 (I term of PID = 0):
PID controller acts as a P or PD controller respectively.
Note:
P2285
If the system is prone to sudden step changes in the feedback signal, P term should normally be set to a
small value (0.5) with a faster I term for optimum performance.
Level:
PID integral time
Min: 0.00
CStat:
CUT
Datatype: Float
Unit: s
Def:
0.00
P-Group: TECH
Active: Immediately
QuickComm. No
Max: 100.00
2
Sets integral time constant for PID controller.
Details:
See P2280 (PID proportional gain).
P2291
PID output upper limit
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: TECH
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
Unit: %
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
-200.00
100.00
200.00
Level:
2
Sets upper limit for PID controller output in [%].
Dependency:
If F max (P1082) is greater than P2000 (reference frequency), either P2000 or P2291 (PID output upper
limit) must be changed to achieve F max.
Note:
P2291 = 100 % corresponds to 4000 hex (as defined by P2000 (reference frequency)).
Level:
P2292
PID output lower limit
Min: -200.00
CStat:
CUT
Datatype: Float
Unit: %
Def:
0.00
P-Group: TECH
Active: Immediately
QuickComm. No
Max: 200.00
2
Sets lower limit for the PID controller output in [%].
Dependency:
A negative value allows bipolar operation of PID controller.
Note:
P2292 = 100 % corresponds to 4000 hex
P2293
Ramp-up /-down time of PID limit
CStat:
CUT
P-Group: TECH
Datatype: Float
Active: Immediately
Unit: s
QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0.00
1.00
100.00
Level:
3
Sets maximum ramp rate on output of PID.
When PI is enabled, the output limits are ramped up from 0 to the limits set in P2291 (PID output upper
limit) and P2292 (PID output lower limit). Limits prevent large step changes appearing on the output of the
PID when the inverter is started. Once the limits have been reached, the PID controller output is
instantaneous.
These ramp times are used whenever a RUN command is issued.
Note:
If an OFF1 or OFF 3 are issued, the inverter output frequency ramps down as set in P1121 (ramp-down
time) or P1135 (OFF3 ramp-down time).
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r2294
CO: Act. PID output
Datatype: Float
Unit: %
P-Group: TECH
Min:
Def:
Max:
-
Level:
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
0
3
Level:
2
Displays PID output in [%]
Note:
r2294 = 100 % corresponds to 4000 hex
P3900
End of quick commissioning
CStat:
C
P-Group: QUICK
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. Yes
1
Performs calculations necessary for optimized motor operation.
After completion of calculation, P3900 and P0010 (parameter groups for commissioning) are automatically
reset to their original value 0.
Possible Settings:
0
No quick commissioning
1
Start quick commissioning with factory reset
2
Start quick commissioning
3
Start quick commissioning only for motor data
Dependency:
Changeable only when P0010 = 1 (quick commissioning)
Note:
P3900 = 1 :
When setting 1 is selected, only the parameter settings carried out via the commissioning menu "Quick
commissioning", are retained; all other parameter changes, including the I/O settings, are lost. Motor
calculations are also performed.
P3900 = 2 :
When setting 2 is selected, only those parameters, which depend on the parameters in the commissioning
menu "Quick commissioning" (P0010 = 1) are calculated. The I/O settings are also reset to default and the
motor calculations performed.
P3900 = 3 :
When setting 3 is selected, only the motor and controller calculations are performed. Exiting quick
commissioning with this setting saves time (for example, if only motor rating plate data have been changed).
P3950
Calculates a variety of motor parameters, overwriting previous values. These include P0344 (motor weight),
P0350 (demagnetization time), P2000 (reference frequency), P2002 (reference current).
Level:
Access of hidden parameters
Min: 0
CStat:
CUT
Datatype: U16
Unit: Def:
0
P-Group: ALWAYS
Active: first confirm
QuickComm. No
Max: 255
r3954[13]
Accesses special parameters for development (expert only) and factory functionality (calibration parameter).
Level:
CM version and GUI ID
Min: Datatype: U16
Unit: Def:
P-Group: Max: -
4
4
Used to classify firmware (only for SIEMENS internal purposes).
Index:
r3954[0] : CM version (major release)
r3954[1] : CM version (minor release)
r3954[2] : CM version (baselevel or patch)
r3954[3] : GUI ID
r3954[4] : GUI ID
r3954[5] : GUI ID
r3954[6] : GUI ID
r3954[7] : GUI ID
r3954[8] : GUI ID
r3954[9] : GUI ID
r3954[10] : GUI ID
r3954[11] : GUI ID major release
r3954[12] : GUI ID minor release
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CStat:
T
P-Group: -
Datatype: U16
Active: first confirm
Unit: QuickComm. No
Min:
Def:
Max:
0
0
66
Level:
4
Toggles command and setpoint sources between freely programmable BICO parameters and fixed
command/setpoint profiles for commissioning.
The command and setpoint sources can be changed independently. The tens digit selects the command
source, the ones digit the setpoint source.
Possible Settings:
0
Cmd = BICO parameter
Setpoint = BICO parameter
1
Cmd = BICO parameter
Setpoint = MOP setpoint
2
Cmd = BICO parameter
Setpoint = Analog setpoint
3
Cmd = BICO parameter
Setpoint = Fixed frequency
4
Cmd = BICO parameter
Setpoint = USS on BOP link
5
Cmd = BICO parameter
Setpoint = USS on COM link
6
Cmd = BICO parameter
Setpoint = CB on COM link
10
Cmd = BOP
Setpoint = BICO parameter
11
Cmd = BOP
Setpoint = MOP setpoint
12
Cmd = BOP
Setpoint = Analog setpoint
13
Cmd = BOP
Setpoint = Fixed frequency
15
Cmd = BOP
Setpoint = USS on COM link
16
Cmd = BOP
Setpoint = CB on COM link
40
Cmd = USS on BOP link
Setpoint = BICO parameter
41
Cmd = USS on BOP link
Setpoint = MOP setpoint
42
Cmd = USS on BOP link
Setpoint = Analog setpoint
43
Cmd = USS on BOP link
Setpoint = Fixed frequency
44
Cmd = USS on BOP link
Setpoint = USS on BOP link
45
Cmd = USS on BOP link
Setpoint = USS on COM link
46
Cmd = USS on BOP link
Setpoint = CB on COM link
50
Cmd = USS on COM link
Setpoint = BICO parameter
51
Cmd = USS on COM link
Setpoint = MOP setpoint
52
Cmd = USS on COM link
Setpoint = Analog setpoint
53
Cmd = USS on COM link
Setpoint = Fixed frequency
54
Cmd = USS on COM link
Setpoint = USS on BOP link
55
Cmd = USS on COM link
Setpoint = USS on COM link
60
Cmd = CB on COM link
Setpoint = BICO parameter
61
Cmd = CB on COM link
Setpoint = MOP setpoint
62
Cmd = CB on COM link
Setpoint = Analog setpoint
63
Cmd = CB on COM link
Setpoint = Fixed frequency
64
Cmd = CB on COM link
Setpoint = USS on BOP link
66
Cmd = CB on COM link
Setpoint = CB on COM link
Level:
P3981
Reset active fault
Min: 0
CStat:
CT
Datatype: U16
Unit: Def:
0
P-Group: ALARMS
Active: first confirm
QuickComm. No
Max: 1
4
Resets active faults when changed from 0 to 1.
Possible Settings:
0
No fault reset
1
Reset fault
Note:
Automatically reset to 0.
Details:
See P0947 (last fault code)
110
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MICROMASTER 420 Parameter List
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3100
3200
2700
1
Overview
General Overview
CB
COM link
2
3400
2600
USS
COM link
PID
MOP
3300
Fixed
PID setpoint
FF
MOP
JOG
2500
2400
2300
2200
USS
BOP link
BOP
DAC
ADC
DOUT
DIN
3
Vdc
Control
Flying Start
Restart
Braking
Monitoring
4
5
Sequence control
Parameterization
5100
PID
controller
5000
SUM
setpoint
Motor identification
V/f control
Motor control
06.11.2001
V1.13
1100_Overview.vsd
6
6100
7
Function diagram
MICROMASTER 420
Motor and inverter protection,
Adaption of motor parameters
5300
5200
Setpoint channel
5000
SUM/JOG
selection
Technology
functions
AFM
Internal
setpoint
source
RFG
Modulator
- 1100 -
8
2
MOD
External
command + setpoint
source
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Function Diagrams
111
112
r2036
BO: CtrlWd1 <- COM
r2018 [4]
CO: PZD<-COM (USS)
r0019
r0019
CO/BO: BOP CtrlWd
P0771
(21:0)
CI: DAC
r0755
CO:ADC scal[4000h]
P0731
(52:3)
BI: Fct. of DOUT 1
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P2016 [4]
(52:0)
CI: PZD->BOP (USS)
r2033
BO: CtrlWd2 <- BOP
r2032
BO: CtrlWd1 <- BOP
r2015 [4]
P2051 [4]
(52:0)
CO: PZD<-BOP (USS)
CI: PZD to CB
r2091
BO: CtrlWd2 <- CB
(0:0)
(0:0)
(19:13)
(19:14)
(0:0)
(0:0)
(0:0)
(0:0)
(0:0)
(0:0)
(19:13)
P2236
(19:14)
BI: PID-MOP (DWN)
P2235
BI: PID-MOP (UP)
P2222
BI:PID setp->Bit 2
P2221
BI:PID setp->Bit 1
P2220
BI:PID setp->Bit 0
P1022
BI: FF sel. Bit 2
P1021
BI: FF sel. Bit 1
P1020
BI: FF sel. Bit 0
P1036
BI:Enable MOP(DWN)
P1035
BI: Enable MOP(UP)
P1056
BI: Enable JOG <-
P1055
BI: Enable JOG ->
PID
MOP
FF
PID
FF
MOP
1
2
3
Overview
Connection of External and Internal Setpoints
USS
(BOP-link)
RS232
CB
(COM-link)
r2090
BO: CtrlWd1 <- CB
r2050 [4]
P2016 [4]
(52:0)
CO: PZD from CB
USS
BO: CtrlWd2 <- COM
(COM-link)
r2037
RS485
CI: PZD->BOP (USS)
BOP
DAC
ADC
DOUT
DIN
r0722
r0722
CO/BO: Bin.inp.val
r2250
(0:0)
(1:0)
(0:0)
(1:0)
(755:0)
(0:0)
(0:0)
(755:0)
4
P2200
(0:0)
BI: Enab. PID ctrl
P2264
CI: PID feedback
P2254
CI:PID trim source
P2253
CI: PID setpoint
P1070
CI: Main setpoint
P1071
CI: Main setp scal
P1074
BI: Disab.add.setp
P1076
CI: Add. setp.scal
CO: MOP outp. setp
r2224
CO: Fixed.PID setp
r1024
CO: Act. FF
r1050
CO: MOP outp.freq.
P1075
CI: Add. setpoint
1
0
5
PID
controller
r2294
6
(0:0)
(722:1)
.
.
.
P1140
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V1.13
.
.
.
(1:0)
(19:1)
(1:0)
(1:0)
P0852
(1:0)
BI: Pulse enable
P0849
BI: 2. OFF3
P0848
BI: 1. OFF3
P0845
BI: 2. OFF2
P0844
.
.
.
r0055
r0055
CO/BO: Add. CtrlWd
r0054
r0054
CO/BO: Act CtrlWd1
r0053
r0053
CO/BO: Act StatWd2
r0052
r0052
CO/BO: Act StatWd1
AFM
RFG
V/f
FOC
Imax contr.
(0:0)
BI: 1. OFF2
P0842
BI:ON/OFF1 reverse
(722:0)
BI: ON/OFF1
P0840
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Function diagram
MICROMASTER 420
(1:0)
BI: RFG enable
P1113
BI: Reverse
P1110
BI: Inh. neg. setp
SUM/JOG
selection
1200_BICO_Overv.vsd
CO: Act.PID output [%]
r1078
CO: Tot. freq.setp [Hz]
SUM
JOG frequency <0.00 ... 650.00 [Hz]
P1059 (5.00)
JOG frequency ->
0.00 ... 650.00 [Hz]
P1058 (5.00)
- 1200 -
8
Sequence
control
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KL7
KL6
KL5
0V
24 V
0V
24 V
0V
24 V
1
2
External Command + Setpoint Source
Digital Inputs
P24
or 0 V
(KL8)
(KL9)
1
0
1
0
1
0
3
PNP/NPN DIN
0 ... 1
P0725 (1)
24 V
24 V
24 V
4
5
0
0
T
0
6
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V1.13
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Debounce time: DIN
0 ... 3
P0724 (3)
T
Debounce time: DIN
0 ... 3
P0724 (3)
T
Debounce time: DIN
0 ... 3
P0724 (3)
r0722
r0722.0
r0722.1
r0722.2
CO/BO: Bin.inp.val
7
Function diagram
MICROMASTER 420
&
&
&
- 2000 -
8
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113
114
A
D
1
2
External Command + Setpoint Source
Analog Input (ADC)
Analog input
3
Smooth time ADC
0 ... 10000 [ms]
P0753 (3)
Volts
0
1
1
0
1.7 4
4
V
Type of ADC
0 ... 1
P0756 (0)
Digit
Value y1:ADC scal.
-99999.9 ... 99999.9 [%]
P0758 (0.0)
Value y2:ADC scal.
-99999.9 ... 99999.9 [%]
P0760 (100.0)
%
xd
50 % of P0761
x1
5
T
Delay on sig. loss
0 ... 10000 [ms]
P0762 (10)
Act. ADC input [V]
r0752
y1
y2
y10V
100 %
6
21.09.2001
V1.13
V
- 2200 -
8
r0722
r0722.3
CO/BO: Bin.inp.val
r0755
CO:ADC scal[4000h]
ADC after scal [%]
r0754
7
Function diagram
MICROMASTER 420
x100%
ADC deadband width
0 ... 10 [V]
P0761 (0)
Warning, signal lost
(F0080)
10 V
2200_ADC.vsd
x2
Value x1:ADC scal. Value x2:ADC scal.
0 ... 10 [V]
0 ... 10 [V]
P0757 (0)
P0759 (10)
4000 h 10 V
Type of ADC
0 ... 1
P0756 (0)
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x(t)
Value y1:DAC scal.
0 ... 20
P0778 (0)
1
2
External Command + Setpoint Source
Analog Output (DAC)
(21:0)
CI: DAC
P0771
Smooth time DAC
0 ... 1000 [ms]
P0773 (2)
Value y2:DAC scal.
0 ... 20
P0780 (20)
3
P0781
y1
y2
20 mA
y100%
mA
Type of DAC
0 ... 0
P0776 (0)
4
4000 h
x1
20 mA
Value x1:DAC scal.
-99999.0 ... 99999.0 [%]
P0777 (0.0)
5
x2
x20mA
Value x2:DAC scal.
-99999.0 ... 99999.0 [%]
P0779 (100.0)
%
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6
100 %
D
A
- 2300 -
8
Analog output
Act. DAC value[mA]
r0774
7
Function diagram
MICROMASTER 420
DAC deadband width
0 ... 20
P0781 (0)
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116
1
2
External Command + Setpoint Source
Basic Operator Panel (BOP)
3
0
5
06.07.2001
V1.13
Priority
1 RESET
2 SET
r0019 .1
r0019 .1
Priority
1 RESET
2 SET
r0019 .B
r0019 .B
- 2400 -
8
ON/OFF1, OFF2, OFF3
from BOP
Positive direction of
rotation from BOP
Actuation of sevensegment display
Toggle key to operating
system, fault acknowledgement to control word 1
7
Function diagram
MICROMASTER 420
RESET
(Q=0)
Q
2400_BOP.vsd
6
1
SET
(Q=1)
Q
POWER ON
Reset command
1
RESET
(Q=0)
SET
(Q=1)
Lower motor potentiometer from BOP
r0019 .E
r0019 .E
Toggle key to operating
system, fault acknowledgement to control word 1
Raise motor potentiometer from BOP
r0019 .D
r0019 .D
CO/BO: BOP CtrlWd
4
5V
0
Set command
POWER ON
1
Q
1
1
&
&
Q
5V
jog
P
Fn
1
0
1
0
CO/BO: BOP CtrlWd
OFF key
JOG key
Program key
Lower key
5V
P
5V
5V
Fn
0
0
Note:
Activation of the raise and lower keys is only effective if the operating display (r0000)
is selected, a changeover to the value display has taken place with the toggle key and
the unit is in the "Operation" status.
CO/BO: BOP
CO/BO:
CtrlWd
BOP CtrlWd
Raise key
Toggle key
Reversing key
ON key
Seven-segment display
Basic Operator Panel BOP
5V
5V
Operating display (r0000)
selected and operation=1
of sequence control
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USS telegram T_off
0 ... 65535 [ms]
P2014 [2] (0)
USS PKW length
0 ... 127
P2013 [2] (127)
USS PZD length
0 ... 4
P2012 [2] (2)
USS address
0 ... 31
P2011 [2] (0)
USS baudrate
3 ... 9
P2010 [2] (6)
PKW
Receive telegram
Change par. via
0 ... 15
P0927 (15)
3 2 1 0
PZD
1
2
External Interfaces
USS on BOP link, Receiving
All parameters:
Index = 1
=> BOP link
Bit2 = 1
BCC
RxD
USS
configuration
ADR
3
LGE
STX
Receive
r2015
[0]
[1]
[2]
[3]
0
1
2
3
4
5
Note:
Bit 10 must be set in the first PZD word of
the telegram received via USS so that the
converter will accept the process data as
being valid. For this reason, the control
word 1 must be transferred to the converter
in the first PZD word.
PZD
PKW
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6
r2033
BO: CtrlWd2 <- BOP
r2032
BO: CtrlWd1 <- BOP
- 2500 -
8
Fixed frequency Bit 0
Fixed frequency Bit 1
Fixed frequency Bit 2
Fixed frequency Bit 3
Drive data set (DDS) Bit 0
Drive data set (DDS) Bit 1
PID enabled
DC brake enabled
Droop
Torque control
External fault 1
Command data set (CDS) Bit 1
Bit00
Bit01
Bit02
Bit03
Bit04
Bit05
Bit08
Bit09
Bit11
Bit12
Bit13
Bit15
7
Function diagram
MICROMASTER 420
ON/OFF1
OFF2: Electrical stop
OFF3: Fast stop
Pulse enable
RFG enable
RFG start
Setpoint enable
Fault acknowledge
JOG right
JOG left
Control from PLC
Reverse (setpoint inversion)
Motor potentiometer MOP up
Motor potentiometer MOP down
CDS Bit 0 (Local/Remote)
Bit00
Bit01
Bit02
Bit03
Bit04
Bit05
Bit06
Bit07
Bit08
Bit09
Bit10
Bit11
Bit13
Bit14
Bit15
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118
DC brake active
Act. freq. r0021 > P2167 (f_off)
Act. freq. r0021 > P1080 (f_min)
Act. current r0027 >= P2170
Act. freq. r0021 >= P2155 (f_1)
Act. freq. r0021 < P2155 (f_1)
Act. freq. r0021 >= setpoint
Act. Vdc r0026 < P2172
Act. Vdc r0026 > P2172
Ramping finished
PID output r2294 == P2292 (PID_min)
PID output r2294 == P2291 (PID_max)
Download data set 0 from AOP
Download data set 1 from AOP
Bit00
Bit01
Bit02
Bit03
Bit04
Bit05
Bit06
Bit07
Bit08
Bit09
Bit10
Bit11
Bit14
Bit15
1
2
External Interfaces
USS on BOP link, Transmitting
Drive ready
Drive ready to run
Drive running
Drive fault active
OFF2 active
OFF3 active
ON inhibit active
Drive warning active
Deviation setpoint / act. value
PZD control
Maximum frequency reached
Warning: Motor current
Motor holding brake active
Motor overload
Motor runs right
Inverter overload
Bit00
Bit01
Bit02
Bit03
Bit04
Bit05
Bit06
Bit07
Bit08
Bit09
Bit10
Bit11
Bit12
Bit13
Bit14
Bit15
r0053
r0053
3
CO/BO: Act StatWd2
r0021
CO: Act. frequency [Hz]
r0052
r0052
CO/BO: Act StatWd1
4
2
3
[3]
5
1
0
[2]
[0]
[1]
Note:
P2016[0] = 52
P2016[1] = 21
P2016[3] = 53
are default settings
P2016
PZD
PKW
6
08.03.2002
V1.13
ADR
7
Function diagram
MICROMASTER 420
USS telegram T_off
0 ... 65535 [ms]
P2014 [2] (0)
USS PKW length
0 ... 127
P2013 [2] (127)
USS PZD length
0 ... 4
P2012 [2] (2)
USS address
0 ... 31
P2011 [2] (0)
USS baudrate
3 ... 9
P2010 [2] (6)
Change par. via
0 ... 15
P0927 (15)
PKW
Transmit telegram
All parameters:
Index = 1
=> BOP link
Bit2 = 1
3 2 1 0
PZD
2510_USSonBOP.vsd
BCC
Transmit
STX
- 2510 -
8
USS
configuration
LGE
TxD
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MICROMASTER 420 Parameter List
6SE6400-5BA00-0BP0
MICROMASTER 420 Parameter List
6SE6400-5BA00-0BP0
USS telegram T_off
0 ... 65535 [ms]
P2014 [2] (0)
USS PKW length
0 ... 127
P2013 [2] (127)
USS PZD length
0 ... 4
P2012 [2] (2)
USS address
0 ... 31
P2011 [2] (0)
USS baudrate
3 ... 9
P2010 [2] (6)
PKW
Receive telegram
Change par. via
0 ... 15
P0927 (15)
3 2 1 0
PZD
1
2
External Interfaces
USS on COM link, Receiving
All parameters:
Index = 0
=> COM link
Bit3 = 1
BCC
RxD
USS
configuration
ADR
3
LGE
STX
Receive
r2018
[0]
[1]
[2]
[3]
0
1
2
3
4
5
Note:
Bit 10 must be set in the first PZD word of
the telegram received via USS so that the
converter will accept the process data as
being valid. For this reason, the control
word 1 must be transferred to the converter
in the first PZD word.
PZD
PKW
08.03.2002
V1.13
2600_USSonCOM.vsd
6
r2037
BO: CtrlWd2 <- COM
r2036
BO: CtrlWd1 <- COM
- 2600 -
8
Fixed frequency Bit 0
Fixed frequency Bit 1
Fixed frequency Bit 2
Fixed frequency Bit 3
Drive data set (DDS) Bit 0
Drive data set (DDS) Bit 1
PID enabled
DC brake enabled
Droop
Torque control
External fault 1
Command data set (CDS) Bit 1
Bit00
Bit01
Bit02
Bit03
Bit04
Bit05
Bit08
Bit09
Bit11
Bit12
Bit13
Bit15
7
Function diagram
MICROMASTER 420
ON/OFF1
OFF2: Electrical stop
OFF3: Fast stop
Pulse enable
RFG enable
RFG start
Setpoint enable
Fault acknowledge
JOG right
JOG left
Control from PLC
Reverse (setpoint inversion)
Motor potentiometer MOP up
Motor potentiometer MOP down
CDS Bit 0 (Local/Remote)
Bit00
Bit01
Bit02
Bit03
Bit04
Bit05
Bit06
Bit07
Bit08
Bit09
Bit10
Bit11
Bit13
Bit14
Bit15
04/02
2 Function Diagrams
119
120
DC brake active
Act. freq. r0021 > P2167 (f_off)
Act. freq. r0021 > P1080 (f_min)
Act. current r0027 >= P2170
Act. freq. r0021 >= P2155 (f_1)
Act. freq. r0021 < P2155 (f_1)
Act. freq. r0021 >= setpoint
Act. Vdc r0026 < P2172
Act. Vdc r0026 > P2172
Ramping finished
PID output r2294 == P2292 (PID_min)
PID output r2294 == P2291 (PID_max)
Download data set 0 from AOP
Download data set 1 from AOP
Bit00
Bit01
Bit02
Bit03
Bit04
Bit05
Bit06
Bit07
Bit08
Bit09
Bit10
Bit11
Bit14
Bit15
1
2
External Interfaces
USS on COM link, Transmitting
Drive ready
Drive ready to run
Drive running
Drive fault active
OFF2 active
OFF3 active
ON inhibit active
Drive warning active
Deviation setpoint / act. value
PZD control
Maximum frequency reached
Warning: Motor current
Motor holding brake active
Motor overload
Motor runs right
Inverter overload
Bit00
Bit01
Bit02
Bit03
Bit04
Bit05
Bit06
Bit07
Bit08
Bit09
Bit10
Bit11
Bit12
Bit13
Bit14
Bit15
r0053
r0053
3
CO/BO: Act StatWd2
r0021
CO: Act. frequency [Hz]
r0052
r0052
CO/BO: Act StatWd1
4
2
3
[3]
5
1
0
[2]
[0]
[1]
Note:
P2019[0] = 52
P2019[1] = 21
P2019[3] = 53
are default settings
P2019
PZD
PKW
6
08.03.2002
V1.13
ADR
7
Function diagram
MICROMASTER 420
USS telegram T_off
0 ... 65535 [ms]
P2014 [2] (0)
USS PKW length
0 ... 127
P2013 [2] (127)
USS PZD length
0 ... 4
P2012 [2] (2)
USS address
0 ... 31
P2011 [2] (0)
USS baudrate
3 ... 9
P2010 [2] (6)
Change par. via
0 ... 15
P0927 (15)
PKW
Transmit telegram
All parameters:
Index = 0
=> COM link
Bit3 = 1
3 2 1 0
PZD
2610_USSonCOM.vsd
BCC
Transmit
STX
- 2610 -
8
USS
configuration
LGE
TxD
MM420 Parameter List
04/02
MICROMASTER 420 Parameter List
6SE6400-5BA00-0BP0
MICROMASTER 420 Parameter List
6SE6400-5BA00-0BP0
CB parameter
0 ... 65535
P2041 [5] (0)
CB tel. off time
0 ... 65535 [ms]
P2040 (20)
Change par. via
0 ... 15
P0927 (15)
3 2 1 0
PZD
Receive telegram
1
2
External Interfaces
CB on COM link, Receiving
Bit0 = 1
CB-Frame
RxD
CB
configuration
PKW
3
CB-Frame
Receive
r2050
[0]
[1]
[2]
[3]
0
1
2
3
4
5
Note:
Bit 10 must be set in the first PZD word of
the telegram received via USS so that the
converter will accept the process data as
being valid. For this reason, the control
word 1 must be transferred to the converter
in the first PZD word.
PZD
PKW
08.03.2002
V1.13
2700_CBonCOM.vsd
6
r2091
BO: CtrlWd2 <- CB
r2090
BO: CtrlWd1 <- CB
- 2700 -
8
Fixed frequency Bit 0
Fixed frequency Bit 1
Fixed frequency Bit 2
Fixed frequency Bit 3
Drive data set (DDS) Bit 0
Drive data set (DDS) Bit 1
PID enabled
DC brake enabled
Droop
Torque control
External fault 1
Command data set (CDS) Bit 1
Bit00
Bit01
Bit02
Bit03
Bit04
Bit05
Bit08
Bit09
Bit11
Bit12
Bit13
Bit15
7
Function diagram
MICROMASTER 420
ON/OFF1
OFF2: Electrical stop
OFF3: Fast stop
Pulse enable
RFG enable
RFG start
Setpoint enable
Fault acknowledge
JOG right
JOG left
Control from PLC
Reverse (setpoint inversion)
Motor potentiometer MOP up
Motor potentiometer MOP down
CDS Bit 0 (Local/Remote)
Bit00
Bit01
Bit02
Bit03
Bit04
Bit05
Bit06
Bit07
Bit08
Bit09
Bit10
Bit11
Bit13
Bit14
Bit15
04/02
2 Function Diagrams
121
122
DC brake active
Act. freq. r0021 > P2167 (f_off)
Act. freq. r0021 > P1080 (f_min)
Act. current r0027 >= P2170
Act. freq. r0021 >= P2155 (f_1)
Act. freq. r0021 < P2155 (f_1)
Act. freq. r0021 >= setpoint
Act. Vdc r0026 < P2172
Act. Vdc r0026 > P2172
Ramping finished
PID output r2294 == P2292 (PID_min)
PID output r2294 == P2291 (PID_max)
Download data set 0 from AOP
Download data set 1 from AOP
Bit00
Bit01
Bit02
Bit03
Bit04
Bit05
Bit06
Bit07
Bit08
Bit09
Bit10
Bit11
Bit14
Bit15
1
2
External Interfaces
CB on COM link, Transmitting
Drive ready
Drive ready to run
Drive running
Drive fault active
OFF2 active
OFF3 active
ON inhibit active
Drive warning active
Deviation setpoint / act. value
PZD control
Maximum frequency reached
Warning: Motor current
Motor holding brake active
Motor overload
Motor runs right
Inverter overload
Bit00
Bit01
Bit02
Bit03
Bit04
Bit05
Bit06
Bit07
Bit08
Bit09
Bit10
Bit11
Bit12
Bit13
Bit14
Bit15
r0053
r0053
3
CO/BO: Act StatWd2
r0021
CO: Act. frequency [Hz]
r0052
r0052
CO/BO: Act StatWd1
2
3
[3]
4
5
1
0
[2]
[0]
[1]
Note:
P2051[0] = 52
P2051[1] = 21
P2051[3] = 53
are default settings
P2051
PZD
PKW
08.03.2002
PZD
V1.13
CB parameter
0 ... 65535
P2041 [5] (0)
CB tel. off time
0 ... 65535 [ms]
P2040 (20)
7
Function diagram
MICROMASTER 420
Bit0 = 1
PKW
Change par. via
0 ... 15
P0927 (15)
Transmit telegram
3 2 1 0
2710_CBonCOM.vsd
6
CB-Frame
Transmit
- 2710 -
8
CB
configuration
CB-Frame
TxD
MM420 Parameter List
04/02
MICROMASTER 420 Parameter List
6SE6400-5BA00-0BP0
(19:13)
MICROMASTER 420 Parameter List
6SE6400-5BA00-0BP0
(19:14)
Max. frequency
0.00 ... 650.00 [Hz]
P1082 (50.00)
1
2
Internal Setpoint Source
Motor Potentiometer (MOP)
P1036
BI:Enable MOP(DWN)
P1035
BI: Enable MOP(UP)
(722:0)
BI: ON/OFF1
P0840
-1
3
1 1
1 0
0 1
0 0
4
&
5
MOP
RFG
6
06.07.2001
V1.13
3100_MOP.vsd
MOP setp. memory
0 ... 1
P1031 (0)
MOP output start value
control
MOP setpoint
-650.00 ... 650.00 [Hz]
P1040 (5.00)
r1050
- 3100 -
8
CO: MOP outp.freq.
7
Function diagram
MICROMASTER 420
0
1
Inhib. MOP reverse
0 ... 1
P1032 (1)
04/02
2 Function Diagrams
123
124
3
1,2
FF mode - Bit 2
1 ... 3
P1018 (1)
3
1,2
FF mode - Bit 1
1 ... 3
P1017 (1)
3
1,2
1
2
Internal Setpoint Source
Fixed Frequency (FF) bit coded
0
BI: FF sel. Bit 2
P1022
(0:0)
0
BI: FF sel. Bit 1
P1021
(0:0)
0
BI: FF sel. Bit 0
P1020
(0:0)
FF mode - Bit 0
1 ... 3
P1016 (1)
0
1
0
0
(P1016 - P1018 = 1 or 2)
3
Fixed frequency 3
-650.00 ... 650.00 [Hz]
P1003 (10.00)
Fixed frequency 2
-650.00 ... 650.00 [Hz]
P1002 (5.00)
Fixed frequency 1
-650.00 ... 650.00 [Hz]
P1001 (0.00)
1
0
0
4
1
0
+
+
5
0
0
0
6
02.04.2002
V1.13
3200_FF.vsd
1
2
FF mode - Bit 2
1 ... 3
P1018 (1)
1
2
FF mode - Bit 1
1 ... 3
P1017 (1)
1
2
FF mode - Bit 0
1 ... 3
P1016 (1)
r1024
CO: Act. FF
ON/OFF1
7
Function diagram
MICROMASTER 420
1
- 3200 -
8
MM420 Parameter List
04/02
MICROMASTER 420 Parameter List
6SE6400-5BA00-0BP0
MICROMASTER 420 Parameter List
6SE6400-5BA00-0BP0
0
0
0
1,2
3
FF mode - Bit 2
1 ... 3
P1018 (1)
1,2
3
FF mode - Bit 1
1 ... 3
P1017 (1)
1,2
3
1
2
Internal Setpoint Source
Fixed Frequency (FF) binary coded
BI: FF sel. Bit 2
P1022
(0:0)
BI: FF sel. Bit 1
P1021
(0:0)
BI: FF sel. Bit 0
P1020
(0:0)
FF mode - Bit 0
1 ... 3
P1016 (1)
0 1 1
1 0 0
1 0 1
1 1 0
1 1 1
Fixed frequency 3
-650.00 ... 650.00 [Hz]
P1003 (10.00)
Fixed frequency 4
-650.00 ... 650.00 [Hz]
P1004 (15.00)
Fixed frequency 5
-650.00 ... 650.00 [Hz]
P1005 (20.00)
Fixed frequency 6
-650.00 ... 650.00 [Hz]
P1006 (25.00)
Fixed frequency 7
-650.00 ... 650.00 [Hz]
P1007 (30.00)
4
0 1 0
Fixed frequency 2
-650.00 ... 650.00 [Hz]
P1002 (5.00)
(P1016 - P1018 = 3)
3
0 0 1
0 0 0
Fixed frequency 1
-650.00 ... 650.00 [Hz]
P1001 (0.00)
5
6
02.04.2002
V1.13
3210_FF.vsd
0
r1024
- 3210 -
8
OFF1
ON/OFF1
CO: Act. FF
0
1
7
Function diagram
MICROMASTER 420
1
1: If all FF mode selections equal 3
(P1016 = P1017 = P1018 = 3)
0: For all other cases
04/02
2 Function Diagrams
125
126
(0:0)
0
3
1,2
Fix.PID setp.Bit 2
1 ... 3
P2218 (1)
3
1,2
Fix.PID setp.Bit 1
1 ... 3
P2217 (1)
3
1,2
1
2
Internal Setpoint Source
Fixed PID setpoint, bit coded
0
BI:PID setp->Bit 2
P2222
(0:0)
P2221
BI:PID setp->Bit 1
0
BI:PID setp->Bit 0
P2220
(0:0)
Fix.PID setp.Bit 0
1 ... 3
P2216 (1)
0
1
0
0
(P2216 - P2218 = 1 or 2)
3
Fixed PID setp. 3
-200.00 ... 200.00 [%]
P2203 (20.00)
Fixed PID setp. 2
-200.00 ... 200.00 [%]
P2202 (10.00)
Fixed PID setp. 1
-200.00 ... 200.00 [%]
P2201 (0.00)
1
0
0
4
1
0
+
+
5
0
0
0
6
11.04.2002
V1.13
3300_FPID.vsd
1
2
Fix.PID setp.Bit 2
1 ... 3
P2218 (1)
1
2
Fix.PID setp.Bit 1
1 ... 3
P2217 (1)
1
2
Fix.PID setp.Bit 0
1 ... 3
P2216 (1)
r1024
CO: Act. FF
ON/OFF1
7
Function diagram
MICROMASTER 420
1
- 3300 -
8
MM420 Parameter List
04/02
MICROMASTER 420 Parameter List
6SE6400-5BA00-0BP0
MICROMASTER 420 Parameter List
6SE6400-5BA00-0BP0
0
0
0
1,2
3
Fix.PID setp.Bit 2
1 ... 3
P2218 (1)
1,2
3
Fix.PID setp.Bit 1
1 ... 3
P2217 (1)
1,2
3
1
2
Internal Setpoint Source
Fixed PID setpoint, binary coded
BI:PID setp->Bit 2
P2222
(0:0)
BI:PID setp->Bit 1
P2221
(0:0)
BI:PID setp->Bit 0
P2220
(0:0)
Fix.PID setp.Bit 0
1 ... 3
P2216 (1)
0 1 1
1 0 0
1 0 1
1 1 0
1 1 1
Fixed PID setp. 3
-200.00 ... 200.00 [%]
P2203 (20.00)
Fixed PID setp. 4
-200.00 ... 200.00 [%]
P2204 (30.00)
Fixed PID setp. 5
-200.00 ... 200.00 [%]
P2205 (40.00)
Fixed PID setp. 6
-200.00 ... 200.00 [%]
P2206 (50.00)
Fixed PID setp. 7
-200.00 ... 200.00 [%]
P2207 (60.00)
4
0 1 0
Fixed PID setp. 2
-200.00 ... 200.00 [%]
P2202 (10.00)
(P2216 - P2218 = 3)
3
0 0 1
0 0 0
Fixed PID setp. 1
-200.00 ... 200.00 [%]
P2201 (0.00)
5
6
11.04.2002
V1.13
3310_FPID.vsd
0
r1024
- 3310 -
8
OFF1
ON/OFF1
CO: Act. FF
0
1
7
Function diagram
MICROMASTER 420
1
1: If all FF mode selections equal 3
(P2216 = P2217 = P2218 = 3)
0: For all other cases
04/02
2 Function Diagrams
127
128
(19:13)
1
2
Internal Setpoint Source
PID Motor Potentiometer (PID-MOP)
%
Rated frequency
12.00 ... 650.00 [Hz]
100 %
P0310 (50.00)
(19:14)
Max. frequency
0.00 ... 650.00 [Hz]
P1082 (50.00)
P2236
BI: PID-MOP (DWN)
P2235
BI: PID-MOP (UP)
3
-1
1 1
1 0
0 1
0 0
4
PID-MOP
RFG
5
6
06.07.2001
V1.13
0
1
r2250
CO: MOP outp. setp
7
Function diagram
MICROMASTER 420
Inhib. PID-MOD rev
0 ... 1
P2232 (1)
3400_PIDMOP.vsd
PID-MOP setp. mem.
0 ... 1
P2231 (0)
PID-MOP output start
value control
Setp. of PID-MOP
-200.00 ... 200.00 [%]
P2240 (10.00)
- 3400 -
8
MM420 Parameter List
04/02
MICROMASTER 420 Parameter List
6SE6400-5BA00-0BP0
(0:0)
(0:0)
(755:0)
MICROMASTER 420 Parameter List
6SE6400-5BA00-0BP0
(1:0)
(0:0)
(1:0)
(0:0)
(0:0)
(0:0)
(755:0)
(0:0)
0
+
+
PID
controller
1
CO: Act.PID output [%]
r2294
r1078
1
0
3
CO: Tot. freq.setp [Hz]
1
2
Overview
Setpoint channel and Motor control
P2200
BI: Enab. PID ctrl
P2264
CI: PID feedback
P2254
CI:PID trim source
P2253
CI: PID setpoint
P1075
CI: Add. setpoint
P1076
CI: Add. setp.scal
P1074
BI: Disab.add.setp
P1071
CI: Main setp scal
P1070
CI: Main setpoint
P1056
BI: Enable JOG <-
P1055
BI: Enable JOG ->
JOG frequency <0.00 ... 650.00 [Hz]
P1059 (5.00)
JOG frequency ->
0.00 ... 650.00 [Hz]
P1058 (5.00)
4
0 0
SUM/JOG
selection
1 0
0 1
AFM
5
RFG
6
14.03.2002
V1.13
5000_Overview.vsd
7
Function diagram
MICROMASTER 420
Motor identification
V/f control
MOD
- 5000 -
8
04/02
2 Function Diagrams
129
130
(0:0)
(755:0)
Fdbck.filt. Tconst
0.00 ... 60.00 [s]
P2265 (0.00)
r2266
PID fdbck min. val
-200.00 ... 200.00 [%]
P2268 (0.00)
CO: PID filt.fdbck [%]
1
Setpoint Channel
PID controller
P2350 = PID autotune enable
P2354 = PID tuning timeout length
P2355 = PID tuning offset
2
3
y
x
r2260
PID lim. ramp time
0.00 ... 100.00 [s]
P2293 (1.00)
PID tranducer type
0 ... 1
P2271 (0)
4
+
r2273
CO: PID error
Kp
5
6
14.03.2002
V1.13
5100_PID.vsd
PID outp.lower lim
-200.00 ... 200.00 [%]
P2292 (0.00)
PID outp.upper lim
-200.00 ... 200.00 [%]
P2291 (100.00)
Tn
PID prop. gain
0.000 ... 65.000
P2280 (3.000)
PID integral time
0.000 ... 60.000 [s]
P2285 (0.000)
CO: PID scal fdbck [%]
r2272
r2262
CO: PID filt. setp
PID fdbck fnct sel
0 ... 3
P2270 (0)
CO: Act. PID setp.
PID setp.filt.Tcon
0.00 ... 60.00 [s]
P2261 (0.00)
PID feedback gain
0.00 ... 500.00
P2269 (100.00)
PID setp. ramp-dwn
0.00 ... 650.00 [s]
P2258 (1.00)
PID setp. ramp-up
0.00 ... 650.00 [s]
P2257 (1.00)
PID fdbck max. val
-200.00 ... 200.00 [%]
P2267 (100.00)
P2200 = BI: Enable PID controller
P2251 = PID mode (0 = PID as setpoint, 1 = PID as trim)
P2264
+
+
PID setp.gain fact
0.00 ... 100.00
P2255 (100.00)
(0:0)
CI: PID feedback
P2253
CI: PID setpoint
P2254
CI:PID trim source
PID trim gain fact
0.00 ... 100.00
P2256 (100.00)
x
7
Function diagram
MICROMASTER 420
y
r2294
- 5100 -
8
CO: Act.PID output
MM420 Parameter List
04/02
MICROMASTER 420 Parameter List
6SE6400-5BA00-0BP0
MICROMASTER 420 Parameter List
6SE6400-5BA00-0BP0
r1078
SUM/JOG
selection
(0:0)
0
-1 1
r1079
No evaluation with PID
(722:1)
3
CO: Sel. freq.setp
P1113
BI: Reverse
P1110
1
2
Setpoint channel
Additional Frequency Modifications (AFM)
P2200
r2294
CO: Act.PID output [%]
1
0
CO: Tot. freq.setp [Hz]
PID controller
SUM
JOG
BI: Inh. neg. setp
4
0
1
r1114
5
CO:Setp<-dir.ctrl.
fOUT
Skip frequency
6
26.07.2001
V1.13
y
x
r1119
RFG
- 5200 -
8
CO:Setp before RFG
7
Function diagram
MICROMASTER 420
Min. frequency
0.00 ... 650.00 [Hz]
P1080 (0.00)
Max. frequency
0.00 ... 650.00 [Hz]
P1082 (50.00)
5200_AFM.vsd
fIN
Bandwidth
Skip frequency 3
0.00 ... 650.00 [Hz]
P1093 (0.00)
Skip frequency 4
0.00 ... 650.00 [Hz]
P1094 (0.00)
Skipfreq bandwidth
0.00 ... 10.00 [Hz]
P1101 (2.00)
Skip frequency 1
0.00 ... 650.00 [Hz]
P1091 (0.00)
Skip frequency 2
0.00 ... 650.00 [Hz]
P1092 (0.00)
04/02
2 Function Diagrams
131
132
(1:0)
(1:0)
(1:0)
1
1 = Enable RFG
0 = Set RFG to zero
0
3
0% 1
Bring RFG to a standstill
(Freeze y)
Stop RFG
1
2
Setpoint Channel
Ramp Function Generator
P1140.C
BI: RFG enable
P1142.C
BI:RFG enable setp
P1141.C
BI: RFG start
r1119
CO:Setp before RFG [Hz]
0
POWER ON
x
1
4
P1130
P1131
5
y=0
6
P1133
06.11.2001
V1.1
5300_RFG.vsd
P1132
7
Function diagram
MICROMASTER 440
Imax
controller
r1170
- 5300 -
8
CO:Setp. after RFG [Hz]
MM420 Parameter List
04/02
MICROMASTER 420 Parameter List
6SE6400-5BA00-0BP0
MICROMASTER 420 Parameter List
6SE6400-5BA00-0BP0
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Control
Overview of V/f Control
P2200
r2294
CO: Act.PID output [%]
PID controller
SUM
r1078
CO: Tot. freq.setp [Hz]
2
P1300
V/f characteristic
+
FCC
+
Voltage boost
P1310 ... P1312
Imax controller setpoint
SUM/JOG
selection
3
AFM
r1079
CO: Sel. freq.setp
4
CO: Outp cur limit [A]
r0067
CO:Setp before RFG
r1119
RFG
P1200
Flying start
active
P1350
Voltage
build-up
P1340
P1341
Imax
controller
active
JOG
r0021
+
+
P1335
Slip
compensation
5
+
−
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r1344
CO:Imax ctrl Voutp
r1343
CO:Imax ctrl Foutp
CO:Setp. after RFG CO: Act. frequency
r1170
+
+
P1240
Vdmax
controller
n/f(max) +
control reserve
- 6100 -
8
Voltage output to
modulator
r0025
CO: Act.outp. volt
Frequency output
to modulator
r0024
CO: Act.outp. freq
7
Function diagram
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Resonance
damping
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134
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2
Control
Analog outputs and display values
Act. rotor speed [1/min]
r0022
r0026
3
CO: Act. Vdc [V]
r0027
CO: Act. outp. cur [A]
r0025
CO: Act.outp. volt [V]
r0024
CO: Act.outp. freq [Hz]
r0021
CO: Act. frequency [Hz]
r1119
CO:Setp before RFG [Hz]
r0020
CO: Act. freq setp [Hz]
(21:0)
x
4
**) Reference values
P2000 = Reference frequency
P2001 = Reference voltage
P2002 = Reference current
P0771
CI: DAC
5
y = f(x)
Value x1:DAC scal.
-99999.0 ... 99999.0 [%]
P0777 (0.0)
A
13
12
DAC
7
Function diagram
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y
Value y2:DAC scal.
0 ... 20
P0780 (20)
DAC characteristic **)
Sheet2300
Analogue outputs
Details refer to
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Display values
- 8000 -
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3 Alarms and Warnings
3
Faults and Alarms
3.1
MICROMASTER 420 fault messages
In the event of a failure, the inverter switches off and a fault code appears on the
display.
NOTE
To reset the fault code, one of three methods listed below can be used:
1. Cycle the power to the drive.
button on the BOP or AOP.
2. Press the
3. Via Digital Input 3 (default setting)
Fault
Possible Causes
Diagnose & Remedy
Ø Motor power does not correspond Check the following:
to the inverter power
1. Motor power (P0307) must correspond to
Ø Motor lead short circuit
inverter power (P0206)
Ø Earth fault
2. Cable length limits must not be exceeded
3. Motor cable and motor must have no shortcircuits or earth faults
4. Motor parameters must match the motor in
use
5. Value of stator resistance (P0350) must be
correct
6. Motor must not be obstructed or overloaded
Ø Increase the ramp time
Ø Reduce the boost level
F0002
Ø DC-link voltage (r0026) exceeds Check the following:
Overvoltage
trip level (P2172)
1. Supply voltage (P0210) must lie within limits
Ø Overvoltage can be caused
indicated on rating plate
either by too high main supply
2. DC-link voltage controller must be enabled
voltage or if motor is in
(P1240) and parameterized properly
regenerative mode
3. Ramp-down time (P1121) must match inertia
Ø Regenerative mode can be cause
of load
by fast ramp downs or if the
motor is driven from an active
load
F0003
Ø Main supply failed
Check the following:
Undervoltage
Ø Shock load outside specified
1. Supply voltage (P0210) must lie within limits
limits
indicated on rating plate
2. Supply must not be susceptible to temporary
failures or voltage reductions
F0004
Ø Ambient temperature outside of
Check the following:
Inverter Overlimits,
1. Fan must turn when inverter is running
temperature
Ø Fan failure
2. Pulse frequency must be set to default value
3. Air inlet and outlet points are not obstructed
Ambient temperature could be higher than
specified for the inverter
F0005
Ø Inverter overloaded
Check the following:
Inverter I2t
Ø Duty cycle too demanding
1. Load duty cycle must lie within specified
Ø Motor power (P0307) exceeds
limits
inverter power capability (P0206) 2. Motor power (P0307) must match inverter
power (P0206)
F0011
Ø Motor overloaded
1. Check motor data
Motor OverØ Motor data incorrect
2. Check loading on motor
temperature I2t Ø Long time period operating at
3. Boost settings too high
low speeds
(P1310,P1311, P1312)
4. Check parameter for motor thermal time
constant
5. Check parameter for motor I2t warning level
F0001
Overcurrent
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Reaction
OFF2
OFF2
OFF2
OFF2
OFF2
OFF1
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Fault
Possible Causes
Diagnose & Remedy
Reaction
F0041
Stator
resistance
measurement
failure
F0051
Parameter
EEPROM Fault
F0052
Powerstack
Fault
F0060
Asic Timeout
F0070
Communicatio
ns board
setpoint error
F0071
No Data for
USS (RS232
link) during
Telegramm Off
Time
F0072
No Data from
USS (RS485
link) during
Telegram Off
Time
F0080
Analogue
input - lost
input signal
F0085
External Fault
F0101
Stack
Overflow
F0221
PI Feedback
below minimum value
F0222
PI Feedback
above
maximum
value
F0450
(Service mode
only)
BIST Tests
Failure
Stator resistance measurement
failure
1. Check if the motor is connected to
the inverter
2. Check that the motor data has
been entered correctly
OFF2
Reading or writing of the non-volatile
parameter storage has failed
1. Factory reset and new
parameterization
2. Change inverter
Change inverter
OFF2
1. Acknowledge fault
2. Change inverter if repeated
1. Check connections to the
communications board
2. Check the master
OFF2
No response during telegram off time
via USS (BOP link)
1. Check connections to the
communications board
2. Check the master
OFF2
No response during telegram off time
via USS (COM link)
1. Check connections to the
communications board
2. Check the master
OFF2
Ø Broken wire
Ø Signal out of limits
Check connection to analogue input
OFF2
External fault is triggered via terminal
inputs
Software error or processor failure
Disable terminal input for fault trigger
OFF2
1. Run self test routines
2. Change inverter
OFF2
PID Feedback below minimum value
P2268
1. Change value of P2268
2. Adjust feedback gain
OFF2
PID Feedback above maximum value
P2267
1. Change value of P2267
2. Adjust feedback gain
OFF2
Fault value
1 Some of the power section tests
have failed
2 Some of the control board tests
have failed
4 Some of the functional tests
have failed
8 Some of the IO module tests
have failed
16 The Internal RAM has failed its
check on power-up
1. Inverter may run but certain
actions will not function correctly
2. Replace inverter
OFF2
136
Reading of the powerstack
information has failed or the data is
invalid
Internal communications failure
No setpoint received from
communications board during
telegram off time
OFF2
OFF2
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3.2
3 Alarms and Warnings
MICROMASTER 420 alarm messages
Fault
Possible Causes
Diagnose & Remedy
A0501
Current Limit
Ø
Motor power does not
correspond to the inverter power
Ø Motor leads are too short
Ø Earth faults
1.
A0502
Overvoltage
limit
Ø Mains supply too high
Ø Load regenerative
Ø Ramp-down time too short
A0503
Undervoltage
Limit
A0504
Inverter Overtemperature
Ø Mains supply too low
Ø Short mains interruption
A0505
Inverter I2t
A0506
Inverter Duty
Cycle
A0511
Motor Overtemperature I2t
A0541
Motor Data
Identification
Active
A0600
RTOS Overrun
Warning
A0700
CB warning 1
A0701
CB warning 2
A0702
CB warning 3
A0703
CB warning 4
A0704
CB warning 5
A0705
CB warning 6
A0706
CB warning 7
A0707
CB warning 8
A0708
CB warning 9
A0709
CB warning 10
Warning level of inverter heat-sink
temperature (P0614) is exceeded,
resulting in pulse frequency reduction
and/or output frequency reduction
(depending on parametrization in
(P0610)
Warning level is exceeded; current
will be reduced if parameterized
(P0610 = 1)
Heatsink temperature and thermal
junction model are outside of
allowable range
Motor overloaded
Reaction
Check whether the motor power
-corresponds to the inverter power
2. Check that the cable length limits have not
been exceeded
3. Check motor cable and motor for shortcircuits and earth faults
4. Check whether the motor parameters
correspond with the motor being used
5. Check the stator resistance
6. Increase the ramp-up-time
7. Reduce the boost
8. Check whether the motor is obstructed or
overloaded
1. Check that mains supply voltage is within
-allowable range
2. Increase ramp down times
Note:
Vdc-max controller is active, ramp-down times will
be automatically increased
Check main supply voltage (P0210)
-1.
Check if ambient temperature is within
specified limits
2. Check load conditions and duty cycle
3. Check if fan is turning when drive is running
--
Check if duty cycle is within specified limits
--
Check if duty cycle are within specified limits
--
Check the following:
1. P0611 (motor i2t time constant) should be
set to appropriate value
2. P0614 (Motor i2t overload warning level)
should be set to suitable level
3. Are long periods of operation at low speed
occuring
4. Check that boost settings are not too high
Wait until motor identification is finished
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--
CB (communication board) specific
See CB user manual
--
CB (communication board) specific
See CB user manual
--
CB (communication board) specific
See CB user manual
--
CB (communication board) specific
See CB user manual
--
CB (communication board) specific
See CB user manual
--
CB (communication board) specific
See CB user manual
--
CB (communication board) specific
See CB user manual
--
CB (communication board) specific
See CB user manual
--
CB (communication board) specific
See CB user manual
--
CB (communication board) specific
See CB user manual
--
Motor data identification (P1910)
selected or running
Software error
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Fault
Possible Causes
Diagnose & Remedy
Reaction
A0710
CB communication error
A0711
CB configuration error
A0910
Vdc-max
controller deactivated
Communication with CB
(communication board) is lost
Check CB hardware
--
CB (communication board) reports a
configuration error
Check CB parameters
--
Check the following:
1. Input voltage (P0756) lies within range?
2. Load must match
In certain cases apply braking resistor
--
1. Check parameter inverter input voltage
2. Check ramp-down times
--
Vdc max controller has been deactivated, since controller is not
capable of keeping DC-link voltage
(r0026) within limits (P2172)
Ø Occurs if main supply voltage
(P0210) is permanently too high
Ø Occurs if motor is driven by an
active load, causing motor to
goes into regenerative mode
Ø Occurs at very high load inertias,
when ramping down
A0911
Vdc max controller is active; so rampVdc-max
down times will be increased
controller
automatically to keep DC-link voltage
active
(r0026) within limits (P2172)
A0912
Vdc min controller will be activated if
Vdc-min
DC-link voltage (r0026) falls below
controller
minimum level (P2172)
active
Ø The kinetic energy of the motor
is used to buffer the DC-link
voltage, thus causing
deceleration of the drive!
Ø So short mains failures do not
necessarily lead to an
undervoltage trip
A0920
ADC parameters should not be set to
ADC
identical values, since this would
parameters
produce illogical results.
not set
Ø Index 0:
Parameter
properly
settings for output
identical
Ø Index 1:
Parameter
settings for input
identical
Ø Index 2:
Parameter
settings for input do not
correspond to ADC type
A0921
DAC parameters should not be set to
DAC
identical values, since this would
parameters
produce illogical results.
not set
Ø Index 0: Parameter settings for
properly
output identical
Ø Index 1: Parameter settings for
input identical
Ø Index 2: Parameter settings for
output do not correspond
to DAC type
A0922
Ø No Load is applied to the
No load
inverter
applied to
Ø As a result, some functions may
inverter
not work as under normal load
conditions
Low output voltage eg when 0 boost
applied at 0 Hz
A0923
Both JOG right and JOG left
Both JOG Left (P1055/P1056) have been requested.
and JOG Right This freezes the RFG output
are requested frequency at its current value. JOG
right and JOG left signals active
together
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--
Analogue input parameters should not be set to
the same value as each other
--
Analogue Output parameters should not be set to
the same value as each other
--
1. Check that load is applied to the inverter
2. Check motor parameters correspond to motor
attached
3. As a result, some functions may not work
correctly, because there is no normal load
condition
--
Make sure that JOG right and JOG left signals
are not applied simultaneously
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