Mitsubishi Electric FR-D700 Instruction manual

INVERTER
FR-D700
Safety stop function instruction manual
CONTENTS
1. General description ............................................................................ 1
2. Installation and wiring ........................................................................ 2
3. Example of safety system configuration........................................... 5
4. Test and checking failure ................................................................... 9
5. Safety parameters of FR-D700 ......................................................... 10
Compliance with the EU Machinery Directive – Functional Safety
WARNING
Any misuse of safety function could lead to personal injury or death, property damage, or economic loss.
To ensure that the system complies fully with requirement of safety, make a system-level risk assessment.
Mitsubishi Electric Co. cannot assume responsibility for any system to comply with safety directive.
CAUTION
The information of this manual is merely a guide for proper installation.
Mitsubishi Electric Co. cannot assume responsibility for the compliance or the noncompliance to any code,
national, local or otherwise for the proper installation of this equipment.
A hazard of personal injury and/or equipment damage exists if codes are ignored during installation.
WARNING
To avoid an electric shock hazard, verify that the voltage on the bus capacitors has discharged before
performing any work on the drive. Measure the DC bus voltage at the P(+) and N(-) terminals or test points
(refer to your drive’s User Manual for locations and discharging time). The voltage must be zero.
WARNING
The safety stop function do not isolate electrically between drive and motor. To avoid an electric shock
hazard, disconnect/isolate power to the drive and verify to ensure that the voltage is zero before
performing any work on the motor (refer to your drive’s User Manual for discharging time).
CAUTION
If you are using a FR-D740-EC with serial number shown below, safety function does not work according
to safety standard. In such case please contact your sales person.
<Europe model : suffixed with ‘-EC’>
D740-012 to 080–EC : Axxxxx, Bxxxxx, Cxxxxx, Dxxxxx, Exxxx and Fxxxxx
D740-120 to 160–EC : Axxxxx, Bxxxxx, Cxxxxx and Dxxxxx
Check the SERIAL number indicated on the inverter rating plate or package.
Rating plate example
Symbol Year Month
Control number
SERIAL (Serial No.)
The SERIAL consists of 1 version symbol, 2 numeric characters
or 1 numeric character and 1 alphabet letter indicating year and
month, and 6 numeric characters indicating control number.
Last digit of the production year is indicated as the Year, and the
Month is indicated by 1 to 9, X (October), Y (November), and Z
(December).
1. General description
Features
Mitsubishi FR-D700 safety stop function prevents a drive from supplying rotational energy to motors.
Dual safety channels ‘S1’ and ‘S2’ cut off the gate-drive power for IGBT to turn off.
Input power
+24V
FR-D700
S2
+24V
S1
Internal
Safety
Circuit
Safety relay module
SC
CPU
G
G
Gate
Driver
Gate
Driver
IGBTs
M
Fig.1 FR-D700 safety stop function diagram
WARNING
The safety stop function doesn’t isolate electrically between drive and motor. To avoid an electric shock
hazard, disconnect power to the drive and verify that the voltage is zero before performing any work on the
motor (refer to your drive’s User Manual for discharging time).
Directives
Mitsubishi FR-D700 safety stop function meets the following directives and categories.
ISO13849-1:2008 Category 3/PLd (applies to the FR-D700 manufactured in January 2012 or later)
IEC62061:2005 / IEC61800-5-2:2007 / IEC61508 SIL2
IEC60204-1:2006 / IEC61800-5-2:2007 Stop category 0
WARNING
The misuse of safety function leads to personal injury or death, property damage, or economic loss.
To ensure that the system complies fully with requirement of safety, make a system-level risk assessment.
Mitsubishi Electric Co. cannot assume responsibility for any system to comply with safety directive.
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2. Installation and wiring
CAUTION
The following information is merely a guide for proper installation.
Mitsubishi Electric Co. cannot assume responsibility for the compliance or the noncompliance to any code,
national, local or otherwise for the proper installation of this equipment.
A hazard of personal injury and/or equipment damage exists if codes are ignored during installation.
CAUTION
Ensure the safety relay unit and the FR-D700 unit is mounted closely in enclosure meeting IP54 and all
interconnection wiring is short and protected against open and short circuit faults.
Refer EN/ISO13849-2.
Installation
Mitsubishi FR-D700 safety stop function should be used under following condition and environment.
Table.1 The condition and environment for using safety stop function
Item
Temperature
Operation
range
Storage
Ambient humidity
Vibration
Altitude
Atmosphere
Over voltage category
Pollution degree
Mounting
Condition
-10°C to +50°C (non-freezing)
-20°C to +65°C
90%RH maximum (non-condensing)
2
5.9m/s or less
maximum 1000m above sea level
Indoors (without corrosive gas, flammable gas, oil mist, dust and dirt etc.)
II or less
II or less
wall mounting / vertical orientation
CAUTION
In order to meet safety stop, an approved safety relay unit to ISO13849-1/EN954-1 safety category 3 or better shall be
used in conjunction with FR-D700 as shown in example1,2.
In addition, all other components with in the safety stop loop shall be ‘safety approved’ types.
WARNING
To avoid an electric shock hazard, insert the magnetic contactor (MC) between power source and drive.
Open the contact of MC and keep away from drive for discharging time (refer to your drive’s User Manual
for information) before performing any work on the drive.
And verify that the voltage on the bus capacitors has discharged before Measure the DC bus voltage at the
P(+) and N(-) terminals or test points (refer to your drive’s User Manual for locations). The voltage must be
zero.
CAUTION
To avoid systematic faults, a test even for faulty demands of the safety function has to be performed in order to check
the correct function of the monitor signal. This test shall be carried out at system installation, any software changes,
parameterization changes, and/or at least once per year.
Refer to ‘4. Test and checking failure’.
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Wiring
The safety related terminals are described in Table.2 and Table.3
Table.2 The safety related terminals
Terminal
Symbol
S1
S2
SO
(SAFE)
SC
RUN
(SAFE2)
SE
Description
Rating
For input of safety stop channel1.
S1-SC is
Open: In safety stop mode.
Short: Non safety stop mode.
For input of safety stop channel2.
S2-SC is
Open: In safety stop mode.
Short: Non safety stop mode.
As output for safety stop condition.
SO terminal type is ‘Open collector output’.
SO-SC is
OFF(Open): Drive enabled, or drive shutoff (with
internal circuit fault)
ON(Close): Drive shutoff (no internal circuit fault)
Important: SO terminal should be used for monitoring safety stop
condition only. SO terminal cannot be used for safety function.
Common terminal for S1, S2, SO terminals.
*SC is connected terminal SD internally.
As output for failure detection and alarm. RUN terminal type is ‘Open
collector output’.
RUN-SE is
OFF(Open): Detect failure or Alarm.
ON(Close): No failure detected.
SD
Load: 24VDC/0.1A max.
Voltage drop: 3.4V max.
(In case of ‘ON’ state)
Load: 24VDC/0.1A max.
Voltage drop: 3.4V max.
(In case of ‘ON’ state)
Attention: To use RUN terminal for monitor output of failure
detection, The parameter No.190 should be set 81
(Safety monitor 2).
Note: This terminal can be used for alarm or to prevent restart only,
no other safety function.
Common terminal for safety RUN terminal.
As output for failure detection. A,C terminal type is ‘Relay output’.
A-C is
OFF(Open): Detect failure or Alarm.
ON(Close): No failure detected.
A,C
(SAFE2)
Input resistance:4.7kΩ
Current : 4 to 6 mA
(In case of shorted to SC)
Voltage : 21 to 26 V
(In case of open from SC)
Attention: To use A,C terminal for monitor output of failure
detection, The parameter No.192 should be set 81
(Safety monitor 2).
Note: This terminal can be used for alarm or to prevent restart only,
no other safety function.
Signal ground
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Load: 30VDC/0.3A max.
Table.3 Truth table of Safety related signals
Input power
S1-SC
S2-SC
OFF
-
-
Short
Short
Open
Open
Short
Open
Open
Short
ON
*1
*2
*3
Internal safety
circuit fault *1
No failure
Detected
No failure
Detected
N/A
N/A
SO (SAFE)
OFF(Open)
OFF(Open)
OFF(Open)
ON(Close)
OFF(Open)
OFF(Open)
OFF(Open)
RUN or A-C
(SAFE2) *2 *3
OFF(Open)
ON(Close)
OFF(Open)
ON(Close)
OFF(Open)
OFF(Open)
OFF(Open)
Drive state
Drive shutoff (Safe state)
Drive enable
Drive shutoff (Safe state)
Drive shutoff (Safe state)
Drive shutoff (Safe state)
Drive shutoff (Safe state)
Drive shutoff (Safe state)
" N/A " denotes a condition where circuit fault does not apply.
At an internal safety circuit fault, E.SAF or E.CPU is displayed on the operation panel. SA is displayed on the operation panel
while S1 and S2 signals are both open and the safety function operates (without internal safety circuit fault).
To use RUN terminal for monitor output of failure detection, the parameter No.190 should be set 81 (Safety monitor 2).
To use A,C terminal for monitor output of failure detection, the parameter No.192 should be set 81 (Safety monitor 2).
Wire and ferrule specification
Table.4 wire and ferrule specification
Wire size (mm )
Ferrule with insulation collar *
0.3 / 0.5
AI 0,5-10WH
0.75
AI 0,75-10GY
1
AI 1-10RD
1.25 / 1.5
AI1,5-10BK
0.75 (combined 2 wire)
AI TWIN 2 X 0,75-10GY
*Ferrules and tools are distributed by Phoenix Contact.
2
Crimping tool *
CRIMPFOX 6
Jumper cable
The jumper cable between S1,S2 and SC terminal has been installed in the factory as shown in Fig.2.
AM
Fig.2. Short wire
Before connecting safety input wire to S1,S2 and SC terminal, remove this jumper cable.
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3. Example of safety system configuration
Example 1
R/L1 S/L2 T/L3
+24V
A(SAFE2)
B
C
STF
RY
STF
START
STOP
STOP
Emergency
stop button
+24V
X0
COM0
X1
Internal
Safety
Circuit
DC24V
IGBTs
CPU
COM1
XS0
XS1
Z00
Z10
Gate
Driver
Gate
Driver
G
G
+24V
Z20
S1
K1
+24V
K2
S2
24G
Z01
Z11
Z21
SC
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* If the control logic is SINK logic, the common
terminal is terminal SD.
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Fig.3 Safety system example 1 – STOP asynchronous with emergency stop button and fault
detection through A-C output.
For safety stop, configure the wiring as shown in Fig.3 above.
Note: the above wiring is configured to prevent restart in case of a fault.
The parameter No.192 (A,B,C terminal function selection) must be set to ‘81’. This setting makes the A-C
output to open in case of failure.
After the power-up, to reset the safety stop mode, press the START switch, and also press the STF switch,
then start the motor rotation.
In the above configuration, after reset of emergency stop button, drive will be in safe-state until START
switch is pressed.
CAUTION
To prevent restart in case of recovering from input power loss of drive, 3-wired connection for STF/STOP
control is recommended.
In case of 2-wire connection and using latching type switch to short between STF and SD/PC for starting,
ensure the compliance with safety requirement for the restarting when the drive recover from input power
loss.
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R/L1 S/L2 T/L3
+24V
A(SAFE2)
B
C
RY
START
Emergency
stop button
+24V
X0
COM0
X1
Internal
Safety
Circuit
DC24V
IGBTs
CPU
COM1
XS0
XS1
Z00
Z10
Gate
Driver
Gate
Driver
G
G
+24V
Z20
S1
K1
+24V
K2
S2
24G
Z01
Z11
Z21
SC
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R/L1 S/L2 T/L3
A
(SAFE2)
+24V
B
C
RY
IGBTs
CPU
Gate
Driver
Gate
Driver
G
G
+24V
S1
+24V
S2
SC
FR-D700
U
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W
IM
Fig.4 Example when using multiple FR-D740-EC inverters manufactured in August
2010 or later for the safety stop function
NOTE
• For Europe model:
•
•
When using the safety stop function, do not connect the FR-D700 series manufactured in July 2010
or before together with the one manufactured in August 2010 or later. If connected together, the
safety stop function may not work properly.
When the FR-D700 series manufactured in July 2010 or before must be used together, connect an
electronic component (diode) to the inverter output shutoff signals (terminal S1 and S2).
For Japan model:
When using the safety stop function, do not connect the FR-D700 series manufactured in December
2010 or before together with the one manufactured in January 2011 or later. If connected together,
the safety stop function may not work properly.
When the FR-D700 series manufactured in December 2010 or before must be used together,
connect an electronic component (diode) to the inverter output shutoff signals (terminal S1 and S2).
Refer to page 7 for the specification of the diode.
Do not connect the FR-E700-SC/NC/NF series together with the FR-D700 series. If connected
together, the safety stop function does not work properly.
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• Example when using multiple FR-D700 inverters manufactured in December 2010 or before
R/L1 S/L2 T/L3
+24V
A(SAFE2)
B
C
RY
START
Emergency stop button
+24V
X0
COM0
X1
Internal
Safety
Circuit
DC24V
IGBTs
CPU
COM1
XS0
XS1
Z00
Z10
Gate
Driver
Gate
Driver
G
G
+24V
Z20
* S1
K1
+24V
K2
* S2
24G
Z01
Z11
Z21
SC
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R/L1 S/L2 T/L3
A
(SAFE2)
+24V
B
C
RY
IGBTs
CPU
Gate
Driver
Gate
Driver
G
G
+24V
*
S1
+24V
*
S2
SC
FR-D700
* When connecting multiple inverters, use a diode on each safety input terminal to prevent a malfunction due to
undesirable current. Refer to the following for the specification of the diode.
Diode type : P-N junction type (Do not use a Schottky barrier diode.)
Electronic specification - Peak reverse voltage (Vrrm) : 50V or more, Peak forward voltage (Vf) : 1V or less (at 5mA),
Effective forward current (If) : 100mA or more
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Fig.5 Example of multiple inverters connected to a safety relay unit
The number of inverters connected to a safety relay unit should be decided under considerations of output
terminal rating of a safety relay unit.
NOTE
• Do not connect the FR-E700-SC/NC/NF series together with the FR-D700 series. If connected
together, the safety stop function does not work properly.
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Example 2
R/L1 S/L2 T/L3
RUN (SAFE2)
SE
STF
START
STF
STOP
Emergency
stop button
+24V
X0
COM0
X1
Internal
Safety
Circuit
DC24V
COM1
XS0
XS1
Z00
IGBTs
CPU
STOP
Z10
Gate
Driver
Gate
Driver
G
G
+24V
Z20
S1
K1
+24V
K2
S2
24G
Z01
Z11
Z21
SC
PC*
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terminal is terminal SD.
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Fig.6 Safety system example 2 – STOP synchronous with emergency stop button and fault
detection through RUN output.
For safety stop, configure the wiring as shown in Fig.6 above.
Note: the above wiring is configured to prevent restart in case of a fault.
XS0 should be connected to RUN terminal and XS1 should be connected to SE, because polarity of XS0 is
positive, XS1 is negative.
The parameter No.190 (RUN terminal function selection) must be set to ‘81’. This setting makes the RUN
output to turn off in case of failure.
After the power-up, to reset the safety stop mode, press the START switch, and also press the STF switch,
then start the motor rotation.
In the above Fig.6, wired example 2, in the event of reset of ‘safe-condition’ the motor rotation will not
occur until STF is pressed.
(for normal ‘non-safety’ STF/STOP function, please refer to your drive’s User Manual)
CAUTION
To prevent restart in case of recovering from input power loss of drive, 3-wired connection for STF/STOP
control is recommended.
In case of 2-wire connection and using latching type switch to short between STF and SD/PC for starting,
ensure the compliance with safety requirement for the restarting when the drive recover from input power
loss.
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4. Test and checking failure
CAUTION
To avoid systematic faults, a test even for faulty demands of the safety function has to be performed in order to check
the correct function of the monitor signal. This test shall be carried out at system installation, any software changes,
parameterization changes, and/or at least once per year.
I/O status and failure
FR-D700 safety related I/O status obeys the following truth table.
Table.5 Truth table of Safety related signals
Input power
S1-SC
S2-SC
OFF
-
-
Short
Short
Open
Open
Short
Open
Open
Short
ON
*1
*2
*3
Internal safety
circuit fault *1
No failure
Detected
No failure
Detected
N/A
N/A
SO (SAFE)
RUN or A-C
(SAFE2) *2 *3
OFF(Open)
ON(Close)
OFF(Open)
ON(Close)
OFF(Open)
OFF(Open)
OFF(Open)
Drive state
OFF(Open)
Drive shutoff (Safe state)
OFF(Open)
Drive enable
OFF(Open)
Drive shutoff (Safe state)
ON(Close)
Drive shutoff (Safe state)
OFF(Open)
Drive shutoff (Safe state)
OFF(Open)
Drive shutoff (Safe state)
OFF(Open)
Drive shutoff (Safe state)
" N/A " denotes a condition where circuit fault does not apply.
At an internal safety circuit fault, E.SAF or E.CPU is displayed on the operation panel. SA is displayed on the operation panel
while S1 and S2 signals are both open and the safety function operates (without internal safety circuit fault).
To use RUN terminal for monitor output of failure detection, the parameter No.190 should be set 81 (Safety monitor 2).
To use A,C terminal for monitor output of failure detection, the parameter No.192 should be set 81 (Safety monitor 2).
In case of diagnostic or functionality test, check the I/O state whether it is same or not as Table.5.
Diagnostic
If the failure detected, FR-D700 output alarm signal and indicate ‘E.SAF’ at the display.
In case of FR-D700 output the alarm, please take following action.
(1) Check the S1-SC and S2-SC input signal logic is the same. If these are different logic, correct the input
signal and reset the FR-D700.
(2) Disconnect the wire from S1, S2, SC terminal, then reset or power-off and on, If the ‘SA’ letter is
flashed up at display, there is failure in system except FR-D700. But, still ‘E.SAF’ is displayed and
alarm output, there is malfunction on FR-D700.
Self diagnostic test
FR-D700 does the self-diagnostic test on the power-ON.
If FR-D700 output alarm at power-ON, please take the action described in ‘Diagnostic’ at above.
Test procedure for functionality
As depicted ‘ATTENTION’ in above, the test for the functionality is important.
Please do the test following procedure.
(1) Please make each state of S1-SC and S2-SC depicted at Table.5.
(2) If there is any different state from Table.5, FR-D700 has some malfunction.
(3) If there is no different state from Table.5, check the systematic performance, such as, press the
Emergency switch, press the start/restart button at the failure detected (RUN-SE opened), and so on.
(4) Finally clear the error record of the FR-D700 (see the user manual how to clear the error record).
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5. Safety parameters of FR-D700
FR-D700 safety related I/O status obeys the following truth table.
Table.6 Safety parameters of FR-D700
Parameter
PFDAVG
PFHD
PL
MTTFD
DCAVG
Value
-4
2.06x10
-9
2.35x10
d
725 years
60%
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REVISIONS
Print Date
Manual Number
Aug. 2009
BCN-A211508-000-C
Dec. 2009
BCN-A211508-000-D
Jan. 2010
BCN-A211508-000-E
Jul. 2010
BCN-A211508-000-F
Jan. 2012
BCN-A211508-000-G
Jul. 2013
BCN-A211508-000-H
BCN-A211508-000-H
Revision
First edition
Change
Example of Safety stop connection
Addition
Diode specification for multiple connection
Addition
Example of multiple connection
Change
Conformance to ISO13849-1
Addition
Contact information on the back cover
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UTECO A.B.E.E.
GREECE
5, Mavrogenous Str.
GR-18542 Piraeus
Phone: +30 (0) 1 / 42 10 050
Fax: +30 (0) 1 / 42 12 033
e mall: uteco@uteco.gr
lNEA d.o.o.
SLOVENlA
Ljubljanska 80
SI-1230 Dom z ale
Phone: +386 (0) 17 21 80 00
Fax: +386 (0) 17 24 16 72
e mail: inea@inea.si
EUROPEAN REPRESENTATIVES
Beijer Electronics AB
SWEDEN
Box 426
S-20123 Malmö
Phone: +46 (0) 40 / 35 86 00
Fax: +46 (0) 40 / 93 23 02
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ECONOTEC AG
SWITZERLAND
Postfach 282
CH-8309 Nürensdorf
Phone: +41 (0) 1 / 838 48 11
Fax: +41 (0) 1 / 838 48 12
e mall: ——
GTS
TURKEY
Darülaceze Cad. No. 43A KAT: 2
TR-80270 Okmeydani-Istanbul
Phone: +90 (0) 212 / 320 1640
Fax: +90 (0) 212 / 320 1649
e mall: ——
EURASIAN REPRESENTATIVES
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC
RUSSIA
EUROPE B.V.
12/1 Goncharnaya St, suite 3C
RUS-109240 Moskow
Phone: +7 (0) 95 / 915-8624/02
Fax: +7 (0) 95 / 915-8603
e mall: ——
STC Drive Technique
RUSSIA
Poslannikov per., 9, str. 1
RUS-107005 Moskow
Phone: +7 (0) 95 / 786 21 00
Fax: +7 (0) 95 / 786 21 01
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JV-CSC Automation
UKRAINE
15, M. Raskovoyi St., Floor 10,
Office 1010
U-02002 Kiev
Phone: +380 (4) 4 / 238 83 16
Fax: +380 (4) 4 / 238 83 17
e-Mail: mkl@csc-a.kiev.ua
MIDDLE EAST REPRESENTATIVE
SHERF Motion Techn. LTD
ISRAEL
Rehov Hamerkava 19
IL-58851 Holon
Phone: +972 (0) 3 / 559 54 62
Fax: +972 (0) 3 / 556 01 82
e mall: ——
INDIA REPRESENTATIVES
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC INDIA
PVT. LTD.
Tower A&B, DLF Cyber Greens,
DLF Cyber City, DLF Phase III,
Gurgaon - 122002 Haryana
Phone: +91 (0) 124 4630 300
Fax: +91 (0) 124 4630 399
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC INDIA
India Factory Automation Centre
EL-3, J block, M.I.D.C. Bhosari
Pune - 411026 Maharashtra
Phone: +91 (0) 20 2710 2000
Fax: +91 (0) 20 2710 2100
HEAD OFFICE: TOKYO BUILDING 2-7-3, MARUNOUCHI, CHIYODA-KU, TOKYO 100-8310, JAPAN
BCN-A211508-000-H(1307)MEE Printed in Japan
Specifications subject to change without notice.