Siemens SED2 Technical data

SED2
Operation & Maintenance Manual
SED2 Operation &
Maintenance Manual
125-3202
Rev. 3, August, 2002
Rev. 3.0, September, 2002
NOTICE
The information contained within this document is subject to change without notice and should not be
construed as a commitment by Siemens Building Technologies, Inc. Siemens Building Technologies, Inc.
assumes no responsibility for any errors that may appear in this document.
All software described in this document is furnished under a license and may be used or copied only in
accordance with the terms of such license.
WARNING
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions manual, may cause interference to radio communications. It has been
tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against such interference when operated in a
commercial environment. Operation of this equipment in a residential area may cause interference in which
case users at their own expense will be required to take whatever measures may be required to correct the
interference.
SERVICE STATEMENT
Control devices are combined to make a system. Each control device is mechanical in nature and all
mechanical components must be regularly serviced to optimize their operation. All Siemens Building
Technologies, Inc. branch offices and authorized distributors offer Technical Support Programs that will
ensure your continuous, trouble-free system performance.
For further information, contact your nearest Siemens Building Technologies, Inc. representative.
CREDITS
Product or company names mentioned herein may be the trademarks of their respective owners.
Copyright © 2002 by Siemens Building Technologies, Inc.
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 — How To Use This Manual .......................................................................1
Manual Organization .................................................................................................1
Manual Notations.......................................................................................................2
Where To Send Comments .......................................................................................2
Reference Documents ...............................................................................................2
Chapter 2 — Safety Instructions .................................................................................3
General ......................................................................................................................3
Repair ........................................................................................................................4
Environmental Compatibility and Disposal ................................................................4
Chapter 3 — Mechanical Installation ..........................................................................5
Installation after Extended Storage ...........................................................................5
Environmental Conditions..........................................................................................5
Frame Sizes and Power Ranges...............................................................................6
Mounting ....................................................................................................................7
Dimensions and Mounting for SED2 Drives (IP20) ..............................................7
Dimensions and Mounting for SED2 Drives (NEMA Type 1) ...............................8
Dimensions and Mounting for SED2 Drives (IP54, NEMA Type 12) ...................9
Chapter 4 – Electrical Installation ...............................................................................10
Motor Cable Length ...................................................................................................11
Operation in Ungrounded Systems ...........................................................................12
Ungrounded Systems and Y Capacitor .....................................................................12
Power and Motor Connections ..................................................................................14
Warning and Safety Instructions ..........................................................................14
Access to Connection Terminals..........................................................................15
Power and Motor Terminal Layout .......................................................................17
Tightening Torque for Connection Terminals.......................................................17
Cable Cross-Sections for Power and Motor Cables.............................................18
Direction of Rotation .............................................................................................20
Star or Delta Motor Connection............................................................................20
External Motor Overload Protection .....................................................................20
Control Terminal Connections ...................................................................................20
Chapter 5 — Commissioning.......................................................................................22
DIP Switch Settings ...................................................................................................23
Motor Frequency & Units of Measurement Switches ...........................................23
Analog Input Switches ..........................................................................................23
Prerequisites..............................................................................................................24
SED2 Operator Panels ..............................................................................................24
Basic Operator Panel (BOP) ................................................................................24
Advanced Operator Panel (AOP) .........................................................................25
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Buttons on the BOP and AOP ..............................................................................25
Default Commissioning Settings................................................................................27
Commissioning Prerequisites ....................................................................................28
Motor Data for Commissioning Parameters ..............................................................29
Quick Commissioning Procedure ..............................................................................30
Setting Parameters with the BOP or AOP .................................................................31
Changing Individual Parameter Digits .......................................................................32
Resetting SED2 Parameters to Factory Defaults ......................................................32
SED2 Operation with the BOP ..................................................................................33
Prerequisites and Notes .......................................................................................33
Procedure .............................................................................................................33
5 or 10 Hz Test .....................................................................................................33
Chapter 6 — Programming ..........................................................................................35
Using the Parameters ................................................................................................35
SED2 Parameter Structure ........................................................................................35
SED2 Parameter Indices ...........................................................................................36
SED2 Basic Functions ...............................................................................................38
Digital Inputs.........................................................................................................38
Digital Outputs ......................................................................................................40
Analog Inputs........................................................................................................41
Analog Outputs.....................................................................................................43
Frequency Setpoint (P1000) ................................................................................45
Selection of Command Source (P0700)...............................................................45
OFF Functions......................................................................................................46
Control Types (P1300) .........................................................................................47
Communications...................................................................................................47
SED2 HVAC Functions..............................................................................................47
PID Controller .......................................................................................................47
Belt Failure Detection without Sensor (P2181) ....................................................49
Belt Failure Detection with Sensor (P0400) .........................................................51
Staging Pumps or Fans ........................................................................................52
Temperature Control with Ni 1000 Sensor ...........................................................57
Other Typical HVAC Applications..............................................................................58
Chapter 7 — Troubleshooting .....................................................................................59
Troubleshooting Using the Operator Panel ...............................................................59
Fault Codes ...............................................................................................................59
Reading Faults...........................................................................................................66
Resetting Faults.........................................................................................................66
Warning Messages ....................................................................................................66
Chapter 8 — Technical Data Specification Options ..................................................70
General Specifications...............................................................................................70
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Dimensions and Weights...........................................................................................72
Unit-specific Data.......................................................................................................72
Options ......................................................................................................................76
Chapter 9 — SED2 Communications ..........................................................................77
Overview....................................................................................................................77
Using the Serial Interface ..........................................................................................77
Working with Serial Communications ........................................................................77
Introduction...........................................................................................................77
RS-232 and RS-485 Serial Interfaces ..................................................................77
Typical RS-485 Multi–drop Interface ....................................................................78
I/O, Point Database, and Parameters........................................................................78
Hardware Inputs and Outputs ..............................................................................78
Point Database .....................................................................................................79
Ordering Notes .....................................................................................................79
Setting up Parameters for the SED2 ....................................................................79
Verifying Parameters ............................................................................................80
Using the SED2 with SBT (P1).............................................................................80
Strategies for FLN (P1) ........................................................................................80
Other Functionality ...............................................................................................82
N2 Bus Connections ..................................................................................................88
N2 Implementation Notes.....................................................................................88
N2 Point Map........................................................................................................88
Appendix A: Parameter Reference List .....................................................................91
Addendum ....................................................................................................................129
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Chapter 1 – How to Use This Manual
Chapter 1 — How To Use This Manual
This manual is written for installers, technicians, service engineers, operators, and users of
Siemens Building Technologies SED2 Variable Frequency Drives (“SED2 or SED2 drives”). This
manual contains information to mount, install, set parameters, and commission SED2 drives so
they provide effective and trouble-free operation.
Manual Organization
This manual contains the following chapters:
•
Chapter 1, How to Use this Manual, describes the organization of this manual, its notations,
and lists reference documents.
•
Chapter 2, Safety Instructions, presents general safety regulations, guidelines, and
recommendations.
•
Chapter 3, Mechanical Installation, provides information for mounting and installing a SED2
drive.
•
Chapter 4, Electrical Installation & Wiring, provides information to install and terminate SED2
wiring.
•
Chapter 5, Commissioning, describes how to commission and start up a SED2 drive.
•
Chapter 6, Programming, describes SED2 parameters and how to use them for typical
applications.
•
Chapter 7, Troubleshooting, lists SED2 fault codes, and warning messages.
•
Chapter 8, Technical Data, lists SED2 specifications and options.
•
Chapter 9, Communications, describes the interface between a SED2 drive and a P1 (or N2)
communications bus.
•
Appendix A: Parameter Reference List, provides a condensed listing of the SED2
parameters.
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Manual Notations
Notation
Symbol
Meaning
DANGER:
Indicates that personal injury or loss of life may occur if you do not perform a
procedure as specified.
WARNING:
Indicates that equipment damage, or loss of data may occur if you do not
perform a procedure as specified.
CAUTION:
Indicates that equipment damage, or loss of data may occur if you do not
perform a procedure as specified.
NOTES:
(no symbol)
Provides other important information or helpful hints.
Where To Send Comments
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Reference Documents
The following SED2 documentation is available from your local Siemens Building Technologies
representative:
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−
Installation & Startup Guide (125-3201), a brief guide to operation offers fast access to all
basic information necessary to install, set up, commission, and operate a SED2 drive.
−
SED2 Technical Overview (153-026P25), a summary of the SED2 product line and
accessories, a brief description of SED2 features and functions, and a list of technical data.
−
Bypass Technical Overview (153-170P25), a summary of the SED2 Bypass product line
and technical data.
−
SED2 Submittal Sheet (154-042), a two-page synopsis of the SED2 product line,
accessories and technical data.
−
Bypass Submittal Sheet (154-044), a synopsis of the SED2 Bypass product line and
technical data.
−
SED2 Operation & Maintenance Manual Addendum (125-3205), additional operation and
maintenance information for the SED2 including filters, EMC compatibility, and
connection of multiple motors.
−
SED2 AOP Operating Instructions (125-3206), operating instructions and procedures for
the SED2 Advanced Operator Panel (AOP).
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Chapter 2 – Safety Instructions
Chapter 2 — Safety Instructions
General
The following general guidelines are provided for your safety, to prevent damage, and to extend
the service life of the SED2 product and any connected equipment. Read this information
carefully. Specific Warnings, Cautions, and Notes are provided in the relevant sections of this
manual.
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NOTE:
•
The SED2 uses hazardous voltages and controls potentially dangerous rotating
mechanical parts. Non-compliance with warnings or failure to follow the
instructions contained in this manual can result in loss of life, severe personal
injury, or serious damage to property/equipment.
•
Only authorized personnel should work on this equipment, and only after
becoming familiar with all local regulations and ordinances; safety notices; and
installation, operation, and maintenance procedures in this manual. Successful
and safe operation of this equipment depends upon its proper handling,
installation, operation, and maintenance.
•
Before carrying out any installation and commissioning procedures, you must
read all safety instructions and warnings, including all warning labels attached to
the equipment. Make sure that the warning labels are kept in a legible condition
and ensure missing or damaged labels are replaced.
•
Observe the regulations of Safety Code VBG 4.0 (in particular, “Permissible
Deviations when Working Live Parts”) whenever measuring or testing is
performed on live equipment. Also, use suitable electronic tools.
•
Only use this equipment for the purpose specified by the manufacturer.
Unauthorized modifications and the use of spare parts and accessories that are
not sold or recommended by the manufacturer of the equipment can cause
fires, electric shocks, and injuries.
•
Prevent children and the general public from accessing or approaching this
equipment.
Keep this Operations & Maintenance Manual near the equipment and available to all
users.
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Repair
Only Siemens service departments, repair centers authorized by Siemens Building Technologies,
or authorized personnel who are fully acquainted with the SED2 may repair this equipment.
Replace defective parts or components using original manufacturer parts.
DANGER:
Always disconnect the power source before opening the SED2.
Environmental Compatibility and Disposal
The SED2 drives are developed and manufactured using materials and processes which take full
account of environmental issues and which comply with environmental standards. For disposal at
the end of the SED2 drive service life or in the event of its replacement, note the following:
•
For disposal purposes, this product is defined as waste derived from electrical and electronic
equipment (“electronic waste”) and must not be disposed of as household waste. This applies
particularly to the PCB assembly.
•
Always use the most environmentally compatible method of disposal, in line with the latest
developments in environmental protection, recycling, and waste management. Observe all
local legislation and applicable laws.
•
Always aim for maximum re-use of the basic materials, and minimum environmental stress.
Observe any notes about materials and disposal that may be attached to individual
components.
•
Use local depots and waste management companies, or See your supplier or manufacturer
to return used products or to obtain further information on environmental compatibility and
waste disposal.
•
Special handling of components such as electrolytic capacitors and LCD panels may in some
cases be compulsory by law or environmentally desirable.
•
The SED2 is delivered in re-usable packaging. Please retain the packaging for later use or in
case you need to return the product to the manufacturer.
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Chapter 3 – Mechanical Installation
Chapter 3 — Mechanical Installation
Installation after Extended Storage
After an extended period of storage, recharge the capacitors in the SED2. Calculate the storage
time from the date of manufacture, and not from the date of delivery. The recharge procedure
varies according to the storage period as follows:
Period of Storage
Required Action
Preparation
Time
1 year or less
Recharging not required.
No
preparation
1 to 2 years
Before issuing the “run” command, connect the SED2 to
the mains for one hour.
1 hour
2 to 3 years
Use a variable AC power source as follows:
2 hours
•
Apply 25% of the input voltage for 30 minutes.
•
Increase the voltage to 50% for an additional
30 minutes.
•
Increase the voltage to 75% for an additional
30 minutes.
•
Increase the voltage to 100% for an additional
30 minutes.
The SED2 is then ready for operation.
3 or more years
Use a variable AC power source as follows:
•
Apply 25% of the input voltage for 2 hours.
•
Increase the voltage to 50% for an additional 2 hours.
•
Increase the voltage to 75% for an additional 2 hours.
•
Increase the voltage to 100% for an additional 2 hours.
8 hours
The SED2 is then ready for operation.
Environmental Conditions
Temperature:
Maximum operating temperature: +104°F (+40°C) *
Minimum operating temperature: +14°F (-10°C)
* Be aware of the potential increase in temperature inside a control cabinet (derating is required).
Humidity: Maximum 95% rh noncondensing
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Height Above Sea Level: If installing the SED2 at an altitude of higher than 3280 ft (1000 m),
derating is required.
Overheating/Ventilation: Install the SED2 vertically for optimum ventilation. Do not obstruct the
SED2 vents. Additional ventilation may be required if the drive is mounted horizontally.
If installing SED2 drives one above the other, the necessary clearance varies according to the
size and protection standard of the drives. See the Mounting section in this manual for clearance
data.
Electromagnetic Radiation: Do not install the SED2 near powerful sources of electromagnetic
radiation.
Atmospheric Pollution: Do not install the SED2 in an environment with atmospheric pollutants
such as dust and corrosive gases. SED2 drives (IP20) need additional protection from dust,
atmospheric pollutants, and water.
Shock: Do not install the SED2 in a location that is exposed to repeated shock or vibration.
Frame Sizes and Power Ranges
The following chart shows SED2 frame sizes and power ranges.
HP .5
.7
480V
240V
kW .37 .5
1
1.5 2
4
5
7.5 10
15
20
25
30
40
50
60
75
100 125
.75 1.1 1.5 2.2 3
4
5.5 7.5 11
15
19
22
30
37
45
55
75
A
3
B
A
C
D
B
E
C
575V
D
6
90
F
E
F
F
C
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Mounting
Dimensions and Mounting for SED2 Drives (IP20)
Table 1. Overall Dimensions of SED2 (IP20). Dimensions in Inches (Millimeters).
Frame
Size
Height
Width Depth
Tightening
Torque
lb-in (Nm)
Mounting Specification
Weight
lb (kg)
A
6.8
(173)
2.9
(73)
5.9
(149)
2 x M4 Bolts, Nuts, and
Washers, or
Connecting to DIN rail
22
(2.5)
2.9
(1.3)
B
8.0
(202)
5.9
(149)
6.8
(172)
4 x M4 Bolts, Nuts, and
Washers
22
(2.5)
7.5
(3.4)
C
9.6
(245)
7.3
(185)
7.7
(195)
4 x M5 Bolts, Nuts, and
Washers
26
(3.0)
12.1
(5.5)
D
20.5
(520)
10.8
(275)
9.6
(245)
4 x M8 Bolts, Nuts, and
Washers
115
(13)
35.3
(16)
E
25.6
(650)
10.8
(275)
9.6
(245)
4 x M8 Bolts, Nuts, and
Washers
115
(13)
44.1
(20)
F
33.5
(850)
13.8
(350)
12.6
(320)
4 x M8 Bolts, Nuts, and
Washers
221
(25)
123.5
(56)
Frame Size A Frame Size B Frame Size C
0.19
(4.8)
0.22
(5.5)
6.3
(160)
0.17
(4.5)
0.22
(5.5)
8.0
(204)
6.9
(174)
5.4
(138)
6.9
(174)
Frame Size D Frame Size E Frame Size F
0.68
(17.5)
0.59
(15)
0.68
(17.5)
19.1
(486)
24.3
(616)
31.9
(810)
9.3
(235)
9.3
(235)
11.8
(300)
Mounting Clearance: Leave 4 inches (102 mm) of space at top and bottom for equipment
access. (If fitted with a protective shield, allow 12 inches [305 mm] of space between the sides of
each VFD to allow for sufficient heat dissipation.)
Figure 1. Mounting Dimensions of SED2 (IP20). Dimensions in Inches (Millimeters).
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Dimensions and Mounting for SED2 Drives (NEMA Type 1)
Table 2. Overall Dimensions of SED2 (NEMA Type 1) Drives Assembled with a
Protective Shield and a Gland Plate. Dimensions in Inches (Millimeters).
Frame Size
8
Height
Width
Depth
Weight lb (kg)
A
9.1
(231)
2.9
(73)
5.9
(149)
3.2
(1.5)
B
11.8
(300)
5.9
(149)
6.8
(172)
8.3
(3.8)
C
13.8
(351)
7.3
(185)
7.7
(195)
13.6
(6.2)
D
24.6
(625)
10.8
(275)
9.6
(245)
37.5
(17.1)
E
29.7
(754)
10.8
(275)
9.6
(245)
46.4
(21.1)
F
54.5
(1384)
24.0
(610)
15.0
(381)
200
(91)
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Dimensions and Mounting for SED2 Drives (IP54, NEMA Type 12)
Table 3. Overall Dimensions and Mounting Clearances for SED2 (IP54, NEMA Type 12).
Dimensions in Inches (Millimeters).
Frame
Size
Overall Dimensions
Height
Width
Mounting Clearance
Depth
Top
Bottom
Mounting
Specification
Sides
Tightening
Torque
lb-in (Nm)
B
15.2
(385)
10.6
(270)
10.6
(268)
5.9
(150)
5.9
(150)
3.9
(100)
4 x M6 Bolts, Nuts,
and Washers
44
(5)
C
23.9
(606)
13.8
(350)
11.2
(284)
5.9
(150)
5.9
(150)
3.9
(100)
4 x M6 Bolts, Nuts,
and Washers
44
(5)
D
27.0
(685)
14.2
(360)
13.9
(353)
7.9
(200)
7.9
(200)
5.9
(150)
4 x M8 Bolts, Nuts,
and Washers
115
(13)
E
34.8
(885)
14.2
(360)
17.8
(453)
7.9
(200)
7.9
(200)
5.9
(150)
4 x M8 Bolts, Nuts,
and Washers
115
(13)
F
45.3
(1150)
17.7
(450)
18.6
(473)
11.8
(300)
9.8
(250)
5.9
(150)
4 x M8 Bolts, Nuts,
and Washers
177
(20)
Frame Size B
0.19
(4.8)
Frame Size C
0.22
(5.5)
22.2
(564)
13.5
(343)
9.1
(230)
Frame Size D
0.68
(17.5)
12.3
(313)
Frame Size E
Frame Size F
0.68
(17.5)
0.59
(15)
25.5
(647)
33.5
(847)
43.8
(1112)
12.2
(310)
12.2
(310)
15.7
(400)
Figure 2. Mounting Dimensions of SED2 (IP54, NEMA Type 12).
Dimensions in Inches (Millimeters).
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DANGER:
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•
To ensure safe operation of the equipment, authorized persons must install and
commission it in full compliance with the warnings, cautions, and notes in this
manual. Authorized persons must also follow general and regional installation
and safety regulations regarding work on sites with hazardous voltages
(EN 50178) and relevant regulations for the correct use of tools and personal
protective equipment.
•
The SED2 must be grounded (per IEC 536, Class 1, NEC and other relevant
industry standards). Extremely hazardous conditions can occur if the SED2 is not
correctly grounded.
•
The SED2 is suitable for use in a circuit capable of delivering not more than
10,000 symmetrical amperes (ms), for a maximum voltage of 240/480/575V
when protected by a time delay Type J, H, or K fuse.
•
Only hard-wired mains connections are permissible. Use Class 1 60/75° copper
wire only.
•
The cross-section of the ground-bonding conductor must be at least equal to that
of the power cables.
•
The following terminals can carry hazardous voltages even when the SED2 drive
is not running:
−
Mains power terminals: L/L1, N/L2, L3
−
Motor terminals: U, V, W
−
Link terminals: DC-, DC+/B+, DC/R+, B-
•
The DC link capacitors of all SED2 drives remain charged with dangerous
voltages for 5 minutes after all supplies have been disconnected. Therefore,
after disconnecting the SED2 from the power source, always wait 5 minutes
before carrying out any work.
•
The SED2 is capable of providing internal motor overload protection in
accordance with UL508C, Section 42. Accurately configure motor parameters for
motor overload protection to operate correctly. See Motor l2t Temperature
Reaction parameter P0610; I2T is on by default. Motor overload protection also
can be provided using an external PTC temperature sensor (disabled by default
via Motor Temperature Sensor parameter P0601).
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Motor Cable Length
Maximum motor cable length is as follows:
•
328 ft (100 m) for shielded cables
•
164 ft (50 m) for unshielded cables
NOTES:
1. For SED2 drives with EMC filters, the maximum cable length is 82 ft (25 m). For cables shorter
than 82 ft (25 m), the EMC guideline for filtered devices does not apply.
2. If connecting multiple motors to one SED2, the total length of the individual motor cables must
not exceed the maximum motor cable length.
3. Motor cable length is given to ensure performance of only the drive, not the suitability of the
motor when connected to a drive at this distance.
4. The following figure shows installation notes:
3. Never run control or drive input
wires in the same conduit as
the drive output wires.
2. Keep the distance from the
drive to the motor as short
as possible to ensure long
motor life.
4. If a disconnect is mounted
on the load side of your drive,
it is desirable to wire an
auxiliary contact to the drive
that will disable drive operation
when the disconnect opens.
(The wiring for this contact
must not be run with the drive
output wires).
SED2
M
1. Use SBT-specified input
line reactor to ensure a good
impedance match with your drive.
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5. Inverter duty motors are recommended.
Install motors within their guidelines. Use
dV/dT filters, output reactors, or other load
conditions as applicable or as specified
by the motor manufacturer.
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Operation in Ungrounded Systems
IP20: SED2 drives (IP20) can operate in ungrounded systems, and remain in operation when an
input phase connects to ground. In the event of an output phase with a ground fault, the SED2
switches off and displays fault code F0001.
NOTE:
Operation in ungrounded systems is possible only using the SED2 (IP20) without filter.
IP54: SED2 drives (IP54) cannot operate in ungrounded systems.
Ungrounded Systems and Y Capacitor
In ungrounded systems, remove or disconnect the Y capacitor (and integrate an output choke) per
Figure 3.
1
2
LK 700
5192Z01
Figure 3. Disconnecting Y Capacitor in SED2 Frame Size A.
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2
3
5192Z02
Figure 4. Disconnecting Y Capacitor in SED2 Frame Size B and C.
ON
1
20
21
22
23
24
25
12
13
14
15
16
17
26
27
28
29
30
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
2
PE
Torx driver T20
M4
S crew
5192Z 0 3en
Figure 5. Disconnecting Y Capacitor in SED2 Frame Size D and E.
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T30
Torx screwdriver
5192J17en
M6
Figure 6. Disconnecting Y Capacitor in SED2 Frame Size F.
Power and Motor Connections
Warning and Safety Instructions
DANGER:
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•
Always isolate the power cables before connecting them to the SED2.
•
Never switch on the SED2 with the cover open.
•
Always use insulated tools when working on the power and motor
terminals.
•
Ensure that the terminal cover is replaced properly after connecting
the power and motor cables.
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Verify that the SED2 and motor are correctly sized for the mains
voltage. Ensure that the SED2 is suited for the motor output.
•
Check that the mains cables are correctly sized for the anticipated use.
•
Confirm that appropriate circuit breakers or fuses have been installed
between the mains supply and the SED2.
•
Never use high-voltage insulation test equipment on any cables
connected to the SED2.
Access to Connection Terminals
To access the mains power and motor terminals, remove the operator panel, cover, and I/O module.
1
5192J09
5192J08
1
Removing Operator Panel (BOP or AOP).
1
1
2
5192J16
2
5192J20
Removing Terminal Cover.
Removing I/O Module.
Figure 7. Access to Connection Terminals for SED2 Frame Size A.
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1
5192J12
2
5192J13
3
Figure 8. Access to Connection
Terminals for SED2 Frame Size B and C.
4
5
6
Figure 9. Access to Connection Terminals for SED2
Frame Size D and E.
1
2
4
6
3
5
4
J1
92
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Figure 10. Access to Connection Terminals for SED2 Frame Size F.
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R+
DC
L3
B-
L3
DC+
L2
DC-
L2
DC- DC+
B+
L1
L1
V
B-
U
V
W
W
5192Z05
U
DC
R+
(Ground)
Figure 12. Power and Motor Terminal Layout for
SED2 Frame Size B and C.
Figure 11. Power and Motor Terminal Layout
for SED2 Frame Size A.
L1
L2
5192Z06
PE
PE
(Ground)
L3
DC-
DC+
B+
DC
R+
B-
U
V
R+
B+
B+
DC-
B-
DC+
DC+
DC+
L2
L3
U
V
W
W
PE
L1
5192Z07
Figure 13. Power and Motor Terminal Layout for
SED2 Frame Size D and E.
5192Z08
PE
Figure 14. Power and Motor Terminal Layout for
SED2 (IP20) Frame Size F
with Built-in EMC Filter.
Tightening Torque for Connection Terminals
Frame size
Tightening torque
lb-in (Nm)
A
9.7
(1.1)
B
13.3
(1.5)
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19.9
(2.25)
D
88.5
(10) max.
E
88.5
(10) max.
F
442
(50)
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Cable Cross-Sections for Power and Motor Cables
Table 4. Cable Cross-Sections for input Voltage Range 3 AC 200V through 240V.
Output
rating
kW (hp)
Min. cross-section Max. cross-section
of supply cable
of supply cable
2
2
AWG (mm )
AWG (mm )
Min. cross-section of
motor cable
2
AWG (mm )
Max. cross-section of
motor cable
2
AWG (mm )
0.37 (.50)
17 (1)
13 (2.5)
17 (1)
13 (2.5)
0.55 (.75)
17 (1)
13 (2.5)
17 (1)
13 (2.5)
0.75 (1.0)
17 (1)
13 (2.5)
17 (1)
13 (2.5)
1.1 (1.5)
17 (1)
9 (6)
17 (1)
9 (6)
1.5 (2.0)
15 (1.5)
9 (6)
17 (1)
9 (6)
2.2 (3.0)
13 (2.5)
9 (6)
17 (1)
9 (6)
3 (4.0)
11 (4)
7 (10)
15 (1.5)
7 (10)
4 (5.0)
11 (4)
7 (10)
11 (4)
7 (10)
5.5 (7.5)
11 (4)
7 (10)
11 (4)
7 (10)
7.5 (10)
7 (10)
2 (35)
7 (10)
2 (35)
11 (15)
5 (16)
2 (35)
16 (5)
2 (35)
15 (20)
5 (16)
2 (35)
5 (16)
2 (35)
18.5 (25)
3 (25)
2 (35)
5 (16)
2 (35)
22 (30)
2 (35)
2 (35)
2 (35)
2 (35)
30 (40)
0 (50)
-5 (150)
0 (50)
-5 (150)
37 (50)
-2 (70)
-5 (150)
-2 (70)
-5 (150)
45 (60)
-2 (70)
-5 (150)
-3 (95)
-5 (150)
Table 5. Cable Cross-Sections for input Voltage Range 3 AC 380V through 480V.
Output
rating
kW
Min. cross-section Max. cross-section
of supply cable
of supply cable
2
2
AWG (mm )
AWG (mm )
Min. cross-section of
motor cable
2
AWG (mm )
Max. cross-section of
motor cable
2
AWG (mm )
0.37 (.50)
17 (1)
13 (2.5)
17 (1)
13 (2.5)
0.55 (.75)
17 (1)
13 (2.5)
17 (1)
13 (2.5)
0.75 (1.0)
17 (1)
13 (2.5)
17 (1)
13 (2.5)
1.1 (1.5)
17 (1)
13 (2.5)
17 (1)
13 (2.5)
1.5 (2.0)
17 (1)
13 (2.5)
17 (1)
13 (2.5)
2.2 (3.0)
17 (1)
9 (6)
17 (1)
9 (6)
3 (4.0)
17 (1)
9 (6)
17 (1)
9 (6)
4 (5.0)
17 (1)
9 (6)
17 (1)
9 (6)
5.5 (7.5)
13 (2.5)
7 (10)
13 (2.5)
7 (10)
7.5 (10)
11 (4)
7 (10)
11 (4)
7 (10)
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Table 5. Cable Cross-Sections for input Voltage Range 3 AC 380V through 480V.
Output
rating
kW
Min. cross-section Max. cross-section
of supply cable
of supply cable
2
2
AWG (mm )
AWG (mm )
Min. cross-section of
motor cable
2
AWG (mm )
Max. cross-section of
motor cable
2
AWG (mm )
11 (15)
9 (6)
7 (10)
9 (6)
7 (10)
15 (20)
7 (10)
2 (35)
7 (10)
2 (35)
18.5 (25)
7 (10)
2 (35)
7 (10)
2 (35)
22 (30)
5 (16)
2 (35)
5 (16)
2 (35)
30 (40)
3 (25)
2 (35)
3 (25)
2 (35)
37 (50)
3 (25)
2 (35)
2 (35)
2 (35)
45 (60)
2 (35)
-5 (150)
2 (35)
-5 (150)
55 (75)
-2 (70)
-5 (150)
-2 (70)
-5 (150)
75 (100)
-2 (70)
-5 (150)
-3 (95)
-5 (150)
90 (125)
-2 (70)
-5 (150)
-3 (95)
-5 (150)
Table 6. Cable Cross-Sections for input Voltage Range 3 AC 500V through 600V.
Output
rating
kW
Min. cross-section Max. cross-section
of supply cable
of supply cable
2
2
AWG (mm )
AWG (mm )
Min. cross-section of
motor cable
2
AWG (mm )
Max. cross-section of
motor cable
2
AWG (mm )
0.75 (1.0)
17 (1)
7 (10)
17 (1)
7 (10)
1.1 (1.5)
17 (1)
7 (10)
17 (1)
7 (10)
1.5 (2.0)
17 (1)
7 (10)
17 (1)
7 (10)
2.2 (3.0)
17 (1)
7 (10)
17 (1)
7 (10)
3 (4.0)
17 (1)
7 (10)
17 (1)
7 (10)
4 (5.0)
17 (1)
7 (10)
17 (1)
7 (10)
5.5 (7.5)
15 (1.5)
7 (10)
15 (1.5)
7 (10)
7.5 (10)
13 (2.5)
7 (10)
13 (2.5)
7 (10)
11 (15)
11 (4)
7 (10)
11 (4)
7 (10)
15 (20)
9 (6)
2 (35)
9 (6)
2 (35)
18.5 (25)
9 (6)
2 (35)
9 (6)
2 (35)
22 (30)
7 (10)
2 (35)
7 (10)
2 (35)
30 (40)
5 (16)
2 (35)
5 (16)
2 (35)
37 (50)
3 (25)
2 (35)
5 (16)
2 (35)
45 (60)
3 (25)
-5 (150)
3 (25)
-5 (150)
55 (75)
0 (50)
-5 (150)
2 (35)
-5 (150)
75 (100)
-2 (70)
-5 (150)
0 (50)
-5 (150)
90 (125)
-2 (70)
-5 (150)
0 (50)
-5 (150)
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SED2
To change the direction of rotation of the
motor, cross-connect two of the output
conductors on the SED2 (Figure 15).
SED2
Reverse Output Phase Sequence parameter
P1820 can also reverse the direction of
rotation.
U
U
V
V
W
W
U
U
V
V
W
W
M
M
5192V01
Direction of Rotation
Figure 15. Direction of Motor Rotation.
Motor terminal board
The required supply voltage and method of
connection are indicated on the motor rating
plate. In general, larger motors (400/690V)
connect in a delta configuration and smaller
motors (230/400V) connect in a star
configuration (or wye “Y” configuration). See
Figure 16.
U1
V1
W1
W2
U2
V2
U1
V1
W2
W1
U2
V2
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Star or Delta Motor Connection
Figure 16. Delta and Star (Wye, Y) Motor
Connections.
External Motor Overload
Protection
During operation below nominal speed, the
cooling effect of the fans mounted to the motor
shaft is reduced. Therefore, most motors
require derating if operated continuously at low
frequencies. To ensure that motors are
protected from overheating under these
conditions, mount a PTC temperature sensor to
the motor and connect it to the control
terminals of the SED2.
NOTE:
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SED2
Control
terminals
15
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Figure 17. External Motor Overload Protection.
To enable the switch-off function,
set Motor Temperature Sensor
parameter P0601 to 1 (for PTC
thermistor).
Control Terminal Connections
NOTES:
1. Use only shielded cables for control cables.
2. Route control cables in separate cable trunks at least 7.8 inches (20 cm) away from motor
and power cables
The control terminals are located on the I/O module. The I/O module is identical for all models. It is
located under the operator panel. See the Access to Control Terminals section in this manual.
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D C /R +
D C /B +
2 0 0 - 2 4 0 V 3 A C
3 8 0 - 4 8 0 V 3 A C
5 0 0 - 6 0 0 V 3 A C
U
L 1
L 2
V
W
L 3
P E
B - F ilte r
3
P E
P E
M
L 1 L 2 L 3 P E
+ 1 0 V D C
1
+
2
0 V D C
4
1 2
D / A
L G -N i 1 0 0 0
V : 0
2
I: 0
4
- 1
- 1
- 2
- 2
0 V
0 V
0 m A
0 m A
A O U T 1
3
A IN 1
2 6
D / A
A O U T 2
1 1
L G -N i 1 0 0 0
V : 0
2
I: 0
4
- 1
- 1
- 2
- 2
0 V
0 V
0 m A
0 m A
A / D
2 1
0 V
9
Is o la te d 5 0 m A @
(o u tp u t)
D IN 4
8
1 6
R e la y
O u tp u t 1
2 3
1 8 ..3 2 V D C
2 4
C P U
D IN 5
R e la y
O u tp u t 2
2 5
o p to is o la te d
D IN 3
7
0 V
0 V
0 m A
0 m A
Is o la te d 0 V ( o u tp u t)
D IN 2
6
- 1
- 1
- 2
- 2
2 2
D IN 1
5
V : 0
2
I: 0
4
2 0
A IN 2
2 8
0 V
0 V
0 m A
0 m A
2 7
1 0
2
- 1
- 1
- 2
- 2
1 3
A / D
0 V
2
V : 0
2
I: 0
4
D IN 6
1 7
M o to r
P T C
1 4
B O P (S ta n d a rd )
1 5
A O P ( O p tio n a l)
R S 4 8 5
2 9
3 0
5 1 9 2 B 0 1 e n
Figure 18. SED2 Control Terminal Block Diagram.
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•
Only authorized personnel trained in the setup, installation, commissioning, and
operation of the SED2 may work on the product and plant.
•
SED2 drives operate at high voltages. In some components, operation of electrical
equipment involves using dangerous voltages.
•
In cases where faults in the control equipment could cause significant equipment
damage or severe physical injury (such as potentially dangerous short circuits), use
external precautions to ensure and to enforce safe operation (such as independent
limit switches and mechanical interlocks).
•
Emergency stop facilities in accordance with EN 60204, IEC 204 (VDE 0113) must
remain functional in all operating modes of the control equipment. Resetting the
emergency stop facility must not result in an uncontrolled or undefined restart. Do not
use the SED2 drive as an emergency stop mechanism (per EN 60204, section
9.2.5.4).
•
The equipment incorporates internal motor overload protection in accordance with
2
UL508C, Section 42. See Motor l2t Temperature Reaction parameter P0610; 1 T is
ON by default. Motor overload protection can also be provided with an external PTC
temperature sensor (disabled by default via Motor Temperature Sensor parameter
P0601). For reliable motor overload protection, the motor parameters must be
configured accurately.
•
Certain parameter settings can cause the SED2 to restart automatically after a fault or
a power failure (provided the fault is eliminated/acknowledged or the supply voltage is
restored).
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DIP Switch Settings
Motor Frequency & Units of
Measurement Switches
Analog Input Switches
In all versions of the SED2, the DIP switches for
selecting the motor frequency and North American
or European units of measurement are located on
the control board under the I/O module. (See
Chapter 4, Access to Connection Terminals for
I/O module and control board locations.) The I/O
module, located under the operator panel,
connects to the operator panel either directly
(frame sizes A through C/IP20) or via a cable
(frame sizes D through E and all IP54 models).
DIP
Switch
Position
2
ON
North American operation
(60 Hz, hp).
1
OFF
Analog Input 1, voltage
0-10 Vdc, factory default.
OFF
European operation (50 Hz, kW),
factory default.
1
ON
Analog Input 1, current
0-20 mA.
OFF
Not for customer use.
2
OFF
Analog Input 2, voltage
0-10 Vdc, factory default.
2
ON
Analog Input 2, current
0-20 mA.
1
Function
For all versions of the SED2, the DIP switches
used to configure the analog inputs are located
on the I/O module. (See Chapter 4, Access to
Connection Terminals for I/O module locations.)
The I/O module, located under the operator
panel, connects to the operator panel either
directly (frame sizes A through C/IP20) or via a
cable (frame sizes D through E and all IP54
models).
NOTE:
DIP
Switch
This switch must
be in the OFF
position for correct
SED2 operation.
Position
Function
ON
DIP switches
for setting
mains frequency
1 2
ON
20 2 1 22 23
1 2
1 2 13 14
1
2
24 2 5
15 16 1 7 26 2 7 28 2 9 3 0
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
I/O module
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DIP switches for
analog inputs
10 11
SED2 frame size A
Figure 19. Location of DIP Switches.
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Prerequisites
9
Prerequisites
Is the output of the SED2• motor rating?
Is the operating voltage range OK?
Is the rated voltage of the SED2 greater than the motor rated voltage?
Is the cross-section of the mains cable correct?
Are the cross-section and the length of the motor cables correct, and are they connected properly?
Are all control lines connected properly?
Is the motor not blocked mechanically?
Is the medium (water) available for the pump actuator (No dry run)?
Is there no pumping or blowing against still open valves or dampers?
Is the danger zone free of items or personnel?
SED2 Operator Panels
The SED2 includes the Basic Operator Panel (BOP) mounted as standard. An Advanced Operator
Panel (AOP) is available as an option.
Figure 20. Basic Operator Panel.
NOTE:
Figure 21. Advanced Operator Panel.
The BOP or AOP can connect to or disconnect from the SED2 without switching off power.
Basic Operator Panel (BOP)
The Basic Operator Panel (BOP) provides access to the parameters of the SED2 and allows for
application-specific settings of the SED2.
The parameters and measured values are shown in a 5-digit LCD display. The BOP can mount directly
onto the SED2 or, alternatively, it can mount into a control cabinet door using a special installation kit
(SED2-DOOR-KIT1 or SED2-DOOR-KIT2).
You cannot store parameter data with the BOP.
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For information on setting and modifying parameters, see the Setting Parameters with the BOP or
AOP section in this manual.
Advanced Operator Panel (AOP)
In addition to the functions of the BOP, the Advanced Operator Panel provides the following functions:
•
Displays multi-lingual and multi-line plain text.
•
Displays units of measurement for speed, frequency, direction of motor rotation, and current.
•
Comments on current parameters, and error messages.
•
Communicates via RS-232 or RS-485 interfaces.
•
Loads and stores up to ten parameter sets.
•
Programmable with a PC without SED2 (PC- AOP kit required).
•
Diagnostics menu for troubleshooting.
•
Multi-drop capability to control up to 31 SED2 drives.
•
Seven-day timer switch with three switching operations per day.
•
Main menu can be invoked directly by pressing the Fn and P keys simultaneously.
For more details, see the AOP Operating Instructions.
Buttons on the BOP and AOP
Operator
Panel/Button
Function
Description
Status
display
The LCD (five-digit display for BOP; multi-line, clear-text display for AOP)
displays the settings presently used by the SED2 or used to set parameters in
the SED2.
Start motor
Press this button to start the SED2. As part of the factory setting, this button is
enabled for manual mode.
Stop motor
Change to
manual
control
OFF1
Press this button to stop the SED2 within the selected ramp-down
time. As part of the factory setting, this button is enabled for manual
mode.
OFF2
Press this button twice (or once with sustained pressure) to cause
the motor to coast freely to a standstill. This function is enabled in
the manual and automatic operating modes.
Places the SED2 VFD in HAND mode.
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Operator
Panel/Button
.
Function
Change to
automatic
control
Increase
value
Decrease
value
Description
Places the SED2 VFD in AUTO mode.
Press this button to increase the current display value during parameter
setting.
In manual mode, this button increases the speed (internal motor
potentiometer).
Press this button to decrease the current display value during parameter
setting.
In manual mode, this button decreases the speed (internal motor
potentiometer).
Press this button to do one of the following:
Access to
parameters
•
Access the parameters.
•
Exit a parameter by accepting its value.
Press this button to display additional information. See the AOP Operating
Instructions for details.
Multiple display mode:
When you press this button for two seconds during operation, the following
information displays regardless of the parameter:
Functions
•
DC link voltage (indicated by d – units V)
•
Output current (A)
•
Output frequency (Hz)
•
Output voltage (indicated by o – units V)
•
The value selected in P0005 (Display Selection for r0000 parameter).
If P0005 is configured to display any of these items (1 to 4), the value
does not redisplay.
Repeatedly press the key to cycle through these display items. Press this key
again to exit the multiple display mode.
Jump function:
You can jump from any parameter (rXXXX or PXXXX) directly to r0000 (Drive
Display parameter) by briefly pressing the Fn button. This allows you to
modify another parameter if required. After jumping to r0000, press the Fn
button again to return to the starting point.
AOP only
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Simultaneously press Fn and P to open the main menu.
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Default Commissioning Settings
Default settings for operation with the BOP are as follows:
Parameter
P0100
Description
For USA or Europe power
setting
Default Value for North America
(Europe)
0 = 50 Hz, kW (Europe), factory default
1 = 60 Hz, hp (North America)
2 = 60 Hz, kW (North America)
The setting of Motor Frequency & Units of Measurement DIP
switch 2 overwrites P0100 settings 0 and 1. See the DIP Switch
Settings section for details.
NOTES:
1. Stop the drive (that is, disable all pulses) before changing this
parameter.
2. Commissioning Parameter Filter P0010=1 (quick
commissioning mode) enables changes via P0100.
3. 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).
P0307
Nominal motor power
Value in hp or kW depending on setting of P0100.
Default for P0307 is 0.75.
P0010=1 (commissioning mode) enables changes via P0307.
P0308 or
P0309
Rated motor cosPhi (P0308)
or
Rated motor efficiency
(P0309)
P0308 displays when P0100=0 or 2 and P0307 motor power is
entered in kW. Default for P0308 is 0.000.
P0309 displays when P0100=1 and P0307 motor power is entered
in hp. Default for P0309 is 0.0.
NOTE: P0309=100% corresponds to superconducting.
P0010=1 (commissioning mode) enables changes via P0308 or
P0309.
P0310
Nominal motor frequency
60 Hz or 50 Hz (default). Pole pair number is recalculated
automatically if the parameter is changed.
P0010=1 (commissioning mode) enables changes via P0310.
P0311
Nominal motor speed
1680 (1395) U/min (depends on model); default for P0311 is 0.
A setting of 0 causes an internal calculation of the value.
Vector control and V/f control with speed controller require this
value. Slip compensation in V/f control requires this value for
correct operation. Pole pair number is recalculated automatically if
the parameter is changed.
P0010=1 (commissioning mode) enables changes via P0311.
P0640
Motor overload factor, %
Limited to a maximum inverter current or up to 400% of rated motor
current (P0305), whichever is lower.
Default for P0640 is 150.0.
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Parameter
P0700[0]
P1000
Description
Selection of command
source
Index [0]: IN000=AUTO,
1st command data set
Index [1]: IN001=HAND,
2nd command data set
Selection of frequency
setpoint
Index [0]: IN000=AUTO, 1st
command data set
Index [1]: IN001=HAND, 2nd
command data set
Default Value for North America
(Europe)
0=Factory default setting
1=BOP (keypad)
2=Terminal
4=USS on BOP link, AOP
5=USS on COM link
6=CB on COM link
Default for P0700 is 2.
NOTE:
Changing this parameter resets (to default) all
setting on the selected item. For example,
changing from 1 to 2 resets all digital inputs to
default settings.
Selects the frequency setpoint source as follows:
1=Motor potentiometer
setpoint/BOP keypad
2=Analog input
3=Fixed frequency setpoint
4=USS on BOP Link/AOP
5=USS on COM link
6=Communication board (CB)
on COM link/
P1-N2 communications
P1082
Max. motor frequency
60 Hz or 50 Hz (default). This value is limited internally to 200 Hz
or five times the rated motor frequency (P0305) when P1300>=20
(control mode=vector control). The value displays in r0209
(maximum frequency).
P1120
Ramp-up time
Default for P1120 is 10.00.
Setting the ramp-up time too short can cause the inverter to trip
(overcurrent).
If using an external frequency setpoint with set ramp rates (such as
from a PLC), achieve optimum drive performance by setting ramp
times (P1120 and P1121) slightly shorter than those of the PLC.
P1121
Ramp-down time
Default for P1121 is 10.00.
Setting the ramp-up time too short can cause the inverter to trip
(overcurrent, F0001 or overvoltage, F0002).
If using an external frequency setpoint with set ramp rates (such as
from a PLC), achieve optimum drive performance by setting ramp
times (P1120 and P1121) slightly shorter than those of the PLC.
Commissioning Prerequisites
1. The mechanical and electrical installation procedures must be complete.
2. It is recommended that you use the quick commissioning procedure. However, experienced users may
commission the equipment without the P0004 filter functions.
It is important to use parameter P0010 to commission the SED2, and P0003 to select the number
of accessible parameters. Parameter P0010 allows you to select a group of parameters that can
be used for quick commissioning. These include parameters for the motor data (Figure 22), and for
the motor ramp-up and ramp-down settings.
At the end of the quick commissioning procedure, select P3900. When set to 1, this parameter
performs the necessary motor calculations and sets all remaining parameters (those not included
under P0010 = 1) to the default values, including P0010=0 (if P0010=1, the VFD cannot start).
This process is only possible in the “quick commissioning” mode.
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Motor Data for Commissioning Parameters
Motor parameters can only be modified if Commissioning Parameter Filter P0010=1 (for quick
commissioning). The motor control functions of the BOP are disabled by default. Set Selection of
Command Source parameter P0700[0]=1 (for BOP) and Selection of Frequency Setpoint P1000[0]=1
(for motor potentiometer setpoint) to enable motor control using the BOP.
If the BOP was configured for I/O control (P0700[0] is set to 1), the motor stops when the BOP is
removed.
P0308
P0310
P0304
P0307
P0304
P0310
P0305
P0311
P0309
SIEMENS
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PREMIUM EFFICIENCY
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CONNECTION
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6
5
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HP : 3
Ins Class : F
7
8
9
Volts : 230YY/460Y
Serv Factor : 1,0
1
2
3
o
Amps : 7,8 / 3,9
Amb Temp : 40 C
LINE
RPM : 1740
Temp Rise : Class B
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NEMA nom Eff : 87,5 %
NEMA design : B
CONNECTION
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5
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Figure 22. Motor Nameplate Data for Commissioning Parameters.
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Quick Commissioning Procedure
P0010 Start Quick Commissioning
0 = Ready to Run
1 = Quick Commissioning
30 = Factory Setting
NOTE: P0010 must always be set back to 0
before operating the motor. However, if
P3900 = 1 is set after commissioning, this
is done automatically.
User Setting
P0100 Operation for Europe/ N. America
0 = Power in kW; f default 50 Hz
1 = Power in hp; f default 60 Hz
2 = Power in kW; f default 60 Hz
NOTE: DIP switches can permanently select
setting 0 or 1.
User Setting
* P0304 Rated Motor Voltage
10 - 2000V
Rated motor voltage (V) from motor nameplate.
User Setting
* P0305 Rated Motor Current
0.01 - 10000A
Rated motor current (A) from motor nameplate.
User Setting
* P0307 Rated Motor Power
0.01 - 2000 kW or hp
Rated motor power (kW or hp) from motor
nameplate. If P0100 = 1, values will be in hp.
User Setting
* P0308 Rated motor cosPhi, or
User Setting
P0309 Rated motor efficiency
0.000 to 1.000 (P0308) or 0.0 to 99.9 (P0309)
Rated motor motor cosPhi or motor efficiency from
motor nameplate. If P0100=0 or 2, P0308 displays;
if P0100=1, P0309 displays.
User Setting
* P0310 Rated Motor Frequency
12 - 650 Hz
Rated motor frequency (Hz) from motor nameplate.
* P0311 Rated Motor Speed
0 - 40000 1/min
Rated motor speed (rpm) from motor nameplate.
User Setting
P0640 Motor Overload Factor
10 - 400%
Limited to maximum inverter current or to 400%
of rated current (P0305), whichever is lower.
User Setting
** P0700 Selection of Command Source
(on/off/reverse)
0 = Factory Setting
1 = Basic Operator Panel
2 = Terminal/Digital Inputs
6 = P1/N2 Communications
User Setting
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** P1000 Selection of Frequency Setpoint
(on/off/reverse)
0 = No Frequency Setpoint
1 = Motor Potentiometer Setpoint
2 = Analog Setpoint
6 = P1/N2 Communications
User Setting
P1080 Minimum Motor Frequency
Minimum motor frequency (0 - 650 Hz)
at which the motor will run irrespective of
the frequency setpoint. This value applies to
both clockwise and counterclockwise rotation.
User Setting
P1082 Maximum Motor Frequency
Maximum motor frequency (0 - 650 Hz)
at which the motor will run irrespective of
the frequency setpoint. This value applies to
both clockwise and counterclockwise rotation.
User Setting
P1120 Ramp-up Time
0 - 650s
Time taken for the motor to accelerate from
standstill up to the maximum motor frequency.
(20-30% Max)
User Setting
Recommended:
(Fan: 60-120s,
Pump: 10-20s)
User Setting
P1121 Ramp-down Time
Recommended:
0 - 650s
(Fan: 60-120s,
Time taken for the motor to decelerate from
Pump: 10-20s)
the maximum motor frequency down to standstill.
P3900 End Quick Commissioning
0 = No quick commissioning (factory setting).
1 = End quick commissioning with motor
calculation and resetting all other parameters
to the factory setting
(recommended without bypass).
2 = End quick commissioning with motor
calculation and with I/O reset.
3 = End quick commissioning with motor
calculation, but without I/O reset
(recommended with bypass option).
User Setting
* Motor related parameters.
** Parameters have two settings:
IN000 = AUTO
IN001 = HAND
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Setting Parameters with the BOP or AOP
The following table describes the procedure for modifying parameter P1082, Maximum Motor
Frequency. Use this table as a guide for setting all other parameters with the BOP.
NOTE:
You can change motor data parameters only if P0010=1. To start the motor, reset
P0010=0.
Modify P0004, parameter filter function:
Step
Action
1
Press
2
Repeatedly press
3
Press
to access the parameter values level.
4
Press
or
5
Press
to confirm and save the value.
6
Only the motor parameters display for the user.
Resulting display
to access the parameters.
until Parameter Filter P0004 displays.
to display the required value.
Modify an indexed value under P1082 – Setting the maximum motor frequency:
Step
Action
1
Press
2
Repeatedly press
3
Press
to access the parameter values level.
4
Press
to display the currently programmed value.
5
Press
or
6
Press
to confirm and save the value.
Resulting display
to access the parameters.
until Maximum Frequency P1082 displays.
to display the required value.
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Step
Action
Resulting display
2
P(1)
7
Press
to return to P0010.
8
Press
to access the parameter values level.
9
Press
to restore the value of Commissioning Parameter Filter P0010 to
0 (ready).
10
to confirm and save the value, and to exit from the parameter
Press
values level.
11
Press
12
to revert to the standard motor display (as defined by the
Press
customer).
Hz
P(1)
Hz
P(1)
Hz
2
P(1)
NOTE:
until r0000 displays or press
Hz
to return to r0000.
“Busy Signal” — While changing parameters, the BOP can display
for a
maximum of 5 seconds. This means that the SED2 is busy with higher-priority activities.
Changing Individual Parameter Digits
To quickly change the value of a parameter, modify the individual digits in the display as follows:
1. Verify that you are at the parameter modification level (See the Setting Parameters with a BOP or
AOP section in this manual).
2. Press
. The right-most digit starts to flash.
3. Modify the value of this digit with the
4. Press
and
buttons.
again. The next digit starts flashing.
5. Repeat steps 2 through 4 until the required value displays.
6. Press
to exit the parameter modification level.
Resetting SED2 Parameters to Factory Defaults
1. Set Parameter Commissioning Parameter Filter P0010=30 (factory setting).
2. Set Parameter Factory Reset parameter P0970=1 (parameter reset).
3. Press
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to restore the factory settings of the SED2.
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NOTES:
1. The reset process takes approximately 10 seconds.
2. The parameter list in Appendix A of this manual provides factory default settings.
SED2 Operation with the BOP
Prerequisites and Notes
1. Set Commissioning Parameter Filter P0010=0 (factory setting) to ensure correct initialization of the
RUN command.
Set Selection of Command Source parameter P0700[0]=1 (BOP) to enable the BOP start/stop
button.
Set Selection of Frequency Setpoint parameter P1000[0]=1 (motor potentiometer) to enable the
motor potentiometer setpoints.
2. The SED2 has no mains isolating switch and is live as soon as the mains voltage connect. It
remains with the output disabled until you press
, or until it receives a digital ON signal.
3. If display of the output frequency (Display Selection for r0000 parameter P0005= 21, for actual
frequency), when using a BOP or AOP the display alternately shows setpoint values and the
actual value (0 Hz) for the associated SED2.
Procedure
1. Press
to start the motor.
2. With the motor running, press
. The motor speed increases to 60 Hz (50 Hz).
3. When the SED2 reaches 60 Hz (50 Hz), press
decreases.
. The motor speed and the value display
4. Use Reverse Output Phase Sequence parameter P1820 to change the direction of rotation.
NOTE:
5. Press
An appropriately configured digital input can also change the direction of rotation.
to stop the motor.
5 or 10 Hz Test
The 10 Hz test helps check the SED2. It verifies the direction of rotation and the basic functions of the
SED2. This test also detects any faults related to power installation.
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Testing with the BOP
1. Restore the factory settings in the SED2.
See the Resetting SED2 Parameters to
Factory Defaults section in this manual.
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Testing with the AOP
1. Restore the factory settings in the SED2.
2. Press
to switch to manual operation.
2. Set Selection of Command Source
parameter P0700[0] from 1 to 4 (for
AOP).
3. Press
to start the motor.
3. Press
to stop the motor.
4. Press
to switch to manual operation.
5. Press
to switch the device on.
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Chapter 6 — Programming
Using the Parameters
•
Modify SED2 parameters using the BOP, the AOP, or the serial interface. Use the BOP or
AOP to enter and modify parameters that define the required characteristics of the SED2,
such as motor data, ramp times, and maximum and minimum frequency.
•
Read-only parameters are identified by the letter “r”, programmable parameters are identified
by the letter “P”.
•
Commissioning Parameter Filter P0010=1 initiates the Quick Commissioning procedure.
•
The SED2 runs only if P0010 is set to 0 (factory setting) after access. This function is
automatic if P3900 is greater than 0.
•
P0004 operates as a filter and allows access to the parameters according to their
functionality.
•
If you attempt to modify a parameter that cannot be modified under the current conditions
(such as, because it cannot be modified during operation or can only be modified in the Quick
Commissioning mode), the display reads
•
.
Busy Signal — While changing parameters, the BOP can display
for a maximum of
5 seconds. This display means that the SED2 is busy with higher-priority activities.
SED2 Parameter Structure
Figures 23 and 24 shows the structure of the SED2 parameters.
•
User Access Level parameter P0003 selects the access level for using the parameters
(1=standard, 2=extended, or 3=expert). The number of parameters accessible depends on
the access level selected via parameter P0003. For most applications, the Standard and
Extended levels are sufficient. The factory setting of P0003 is set to 1 (Standard).
•
The filters of Parameter Filter P0004 categorize the parameters that are available via the
access level according to functionality. The filters/categories enable a more focused
operational approach. If Parameter P0004 is set to 0 for no filter/category, then all
parameters for a selected user access level are available.
NOTE:
Some parameters are intended for commissioning only and can be viewed as a
function of this filter. In order to set these parameters, P0010 must be set to 1
(quick commissioning).
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SED2 Parameter Indices
Certain parameters have indices. The indices provide subsets of a particular parameter function.
The indexes group together closely related parameter type information. The Appendix A:
Parameter Reference List section of this manual lists any indices associated with a parameter.
For example, the following indices associated are with P0700, P1000, and digital input and output
parameters:
IN000 (AUTO), 1st command data set (CDS)
IN001 (HAND), 2nd command data set (CDS)
The following indices are associated with analog input and output parameters:
IN000, Analog input 1
IN001, Analog input 2
P0004=22
PI Controller
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, Acce
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0
P
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, Ac
Ex
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Ac
P0003=
1,
ard
and
St
P0004=20
Communication
P0004=3
Motor Data
ed
nd
P0
0
P0004=21
Alarms, Warnings,
and Monitoring
P0004=2
Inverter Unit
P0004=7
Commands and
Digital IO
P0004=13
Motor Control
P0004=8
Analog IO
P0004=12
Drive Features
P0004=8, P0003=2
Parameters in
Access Levels 1 and 2
associated with
Analog IO are Available
P0004=10
Setpoint Channel
and Ramp Generator
P0004=8
Analog IO
P0004=8, P0003=3
Parameters in
Access Levels 1, 2, and 3
associated with
Analog IO are Available
P0004=8, P0003=1
Parameters in
Access Levels 1
associated with
Analog IO are Available
Figure 23. SED2 Parameter Access Levels and Filters.
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Drive Parameters
P0003
User acces level
P0010
Commissioning parameter filter
r0026
VFD DC-link voltage
r0039 - P0040 Energy consumption meter
P0100
US / Europe
r0206 - r0209
Performance data
P1000 - P1028 Frequency setpoint
P1080 - P1110 Frequency adjustment
Motor Parameters
r0021 - r0035
Motor performance data
P0304 - P0313 Standard data
P0340
Calculation of motor parameters
P0601 - P0640 Motor protection
P1910
Motor data identification
P2000
Reference frequency
200 -240 V 3 AC
380 -480 V 3 AC
500 -600 V 3 AC
DC/R+
DC/B+
U
V
W
PE
L1
L2
L3
B-Filter
M
3
PE
PE
L1 L2 L3 PE
+ 10 VD C
1
Drive Features
P1270
Enable essential mode
P1210 - P1212 Automatic restart
+ 0 VD C
2
4
12
Analog Inputs 1 / 2
P0756 - P0762
D /A
LG -N i1000
V:0 -10 V
2 -10 V
I:0 -20 m A
4 -20 m A
AO U T1
3
AIN 1
V:0 -10 V
2 -10 V
I:0 -20 m A
4 -20 m A
Analog Output
r0770 - P0781
13
A /D
2 0V
26
D /A
AO U T2
11
V:0 -10 V
2 -10 V
I:0 -20 m A
4 -20 m A
27
LG -N i1000
V:0 -10 V
2 -10 V
I:0 -20 m A
4 -20 m A
10
20
AIN 2
A /D
21
2 0V
Command source
P0705 counter
NPN / PNP
Analog Inputs 1 / 2
configured as
digital inputs
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9
22
5
7
8
23
Isolated 50 m A@ 18..32 VD C
(output)
D IN 1
6
Digital Output
P0731 - P0732
r0747 - r0748
Isolated 0 V (output)
24
C PU
R elay
O utput2
25
D IN 2
D IN 3
D IN 4
D IN 5
opto isolated
Digital Input
P0700
P0701 - P0706
P0722 - P0725
P0707 - P0708
R elay
O utput1
BOP
r0000
P0005
r0019 - r0039
16 D IN 6
17
PTC
P0601
M otor
PTC
14
BO P (Standard)
AOP ASP
See AOP
See ASP
Operating
Operating
Instructions
Instructions
15
PID
P2200
P2201 - P2231
P2240 - r2260
P2253 - P2305
P2264 - r2272
Enable PID
Fixed setpoint
PID setpoint
Standard setpoint
PID feedback
AO P (O ptional)
R S485
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Communications
P2000 - r2091
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Figure 24. Block Diagram of SED2 Parameters.
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Digital Inputs
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SED2 Basic Functions
5
DIN1
Stand-alone operation of the SED2 requires
external switch-on and switch-off arrangements.
The SED2 supports six-digital inputs, DIN1
through DIN6 (Figure 25), and can be extended
to eight-digital inputs (DIN7 and DIN8) by using
two analog inputs (AIN1 and AIN2). You can
program the function of the digital inputs as
required.
DIN2
7
DIN3
8
DIN4
16
DC- isolated
6
DIN5
17
Parameter Settings for DIN1 to 6
(or DIN1 to 8) (Commissioning)
DIN6
9
PNP
Isolated +24 V (Output)
or
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NPN
P0701 to P0706, Digital inputs 1 to 6
Isolated 0 V (Output)
The available settings for each digital input is as
Figure 25. SED2 Digital Inputs 1 through 6.
follows:
0 Digital input disabled.
Function
DIN1
1 ON/OFF1 – Off as defined via Ramp-Down
P0701
Time parameter P1121.
2 ON + change direction of rotation/OFF1.
Function
DIN2
3 OFF2 – coast to standstill.
4 OFF3 – faster ramp-down (quick stop =
P0702
ramp-down at power limit).
Function
DIN3
9 Fault acknowledgement.
r0722
10 JOG right.
Status of
P0703
11 JOG left.
Digital Inputs
12 Reverse direction of rotation.
Function
DIN4
13 Motor potentiometer (MOP) higher
P0725
P0704
(increased frequency).
0 = active low
14 Motor potentiometer (MOP) lower (reduced
1 = active high
Function
DIN5
frequency).
15 Fixed setpoint (direct selection).
P0705
16 Fixed setpoint (direct selection + ON).
17 Fixed setpoint (binary-coded selection + ON).
Function
DIN6
25 Enable DC braking.
P0706
26 Enable Essential Service.
27 Enable PID controller.
29 External trip.
33 Disable additional frequency setpoint.
99 Enable BICO parameter setting (see the description of BICO in the SED2 Operation &
Maintenance Manual Addendum, Document No. 125-3205.)
NOTE:
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Factory settings:
P0701
1
ON/OFF1 – Off as defined via Ramp-Down Time parameter P1121.
P0702
12
Reverse (change of rotation).
P0703
9
Fault acknowledgement.
P0704
15
Fixed setpoint (direct selection).
P0705
15
Fixed setpoint (direct selection).
P0706
15
Fixed setpoint (direct selection).
Index: Example for P0701, applies also to parameters P0702 to P0706.
P0701[0]: IN000 (AUTO)=1st command data set (CDS).
P0701[1]: IN001 (HAND)=2nd command data set (CDS).
The following limit values apply to analog
inputs configured as digital inputs:
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Factory setting: 0
1
1
2
2
3
DIN7
11
DIN8
4
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P0707 to P0708, Analog inputs 1 and 2
If required, Parameters P0707 and P0708 can
reconfigure Analog Inputs 1 and 2 as Digital
Inputs 7 and 8.
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Figure 26. Connection of Analog Inputs 1 and 2
as Digital Inputs 7 and 8.
Index: Example for P0707, applies also to parameter P0708.
P0707[0]: IN000 (AUTO)=1st command data set (CDS).
P0707[1]: IN001 (HAND)=2nd command data set (CDS).
r0722, Check for signal at digital and analog inputs
Use this parameter to check for the presence
of a signal at the digital and analog inputs.
When an active signal is present, the
associated segment of the display lights.
Figure 27 shows the allocation of each of the
inputs to a specific display segment. Figure 28
shows an example of the display while testing
input signals.
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P0725, Operating mode (NPN or PNP) for digital inputs
P0725 determines if a logic 0 or 1 enables digital inputs DIN1 through DIN6 as follows:
0=NPN mode=Active low (logic 0)
1=PNP mode=Active high, (logic 1) factory setting
DIN6 DIN5
DIN2 DIN1
AIN2 AIN1
DIN4 DIN3
Figure 27. Allocation of Each Input to a Display
Segment using Parameter r0722.
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DIN1 = 0
DIN2 = 1
DIN3 = 1
DIN4 = 0
DIN5 = 1
DIN6 = 1
AIN1 = 0
AIN2 = 1
Figure 28. Example of the Display while Testing Input Signals using Parameter r0722.
Digital Outputs
Parameter Settings for DO1 and DO2
P0731 to P0732, Digital outputs 1 and 2
The available settings for each digital output is as follows:
52.E Motor running direction right.
52.0 Drive ready.
52.F Inverter overload.
52.1 Drive ready to run.
53.0 DC brake active.
52.2 Drive running.
53.1 Inverter frequency less switch off limit.
52.3 Drive fault active.
53.2 Inverter frequency less minimum frequency.
52.4 OFF2 active.
53.3 Current greater or equal than limit.
52.5 OFF3 active.
53.4 Actual frequency greater comparison
52.6 Switch on inhibit active.
frequency.
52.7 Drive warning active.
53.5 Actual frequency less comparison frequency.
52.8 Deviation setpoint/actual value.
52.9 PZD control (Process Data Control). 53.6 Actual frequency greater/equal setpoint.
53.7 Voltage less than threshold.
52.A Maximum frequency reached.
53.8 Voltage greater than threshold.
52.B Warning: Motor current limit.
53.A PID output at lower limit (P2292)
52.C Motor holding brake (MHB) active.
53.B PID output at upper limit (P2291)
52.D Motor overload.
Factory settings:
P0731
52.3
Drive fault active
P0732
52.7
Drive running
Index: Example for P0731, applies also to parameter P0732.
P0731[0]: IN000 (AUTO)=1st command data set (CDS).
P0731[1]: IN001 (HAND)=2nd command data set (CDS).
r0747, State of digital outputs
Shows the state of the digital outputs as follows:
Bit 00=Digital output 1 energized (0=no, 1=yes)
Bit 01=Digital output 2 energized (0=no, 1=yes)
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r0747, Invert digital outputs
Shows the inverted state of the digital outputs
as follows:
Bit 00=Invert Digital output 1 (0=no, 1=yes)
Bit 01=Invert Digital output 2 (0=no, 1=yes)
VFD 24V dc POWERED 0-20 mA DEVICE
(Power consumption cannot exceed 100 mA)
2
3
mA
4
Power
Analog Inputs
The SED2 analog inputs send positioning,
control, and feedback signals to the SED2 and
convert them to digital signals via A/D
converters (ADC).
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28
1
For accurate and consistent performance of
SED2 analog outputs, if you are not connecting
a NI 1000 sensor then terminals 10 and 4
(NI 1000) must connect to terminal 2 (0V).
Specify analog inputs AIN1 and AIN2 as
follows:
Input level: 0 to 10V, or 0 to 20 mA
Resolution: 10 bit
Read cycle: 10 ms
Set the analog inputs to 0 to 10V, or 0 to
20 mA via the two DIP switches on the I/O
module. See the DIP Switch Settings section in
this manual.
+10 V
2
:
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SPEED POTENTIOMETER
0V
3
4.7k
Minimum
AIN1+
A/D
4
AIN1-
10
AIN2+
11
A/D
AIN2-
EXTERNAL 0-10V
-
2
+
3
EXTERNAL 0-20 mA
2
3
4
Figure 29. SED2 Analog Inputs 1 and 2.
Input
type
P0761
Value
+ min/max
r0755
SCAL
Input
Status
r0751
Input value
r0752
1+2
Smoothed
value
r0754
1+2
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ADC
Smoothing time
P0753
1+2
P0757
P0758
P0759
P0760
Parameter Settings for AIN1 and AIN2 (Commissioning)
ADC
deadband
P0761
1+2
Delay
Loss of signal
P0762
1+2
P0756, Type of analog input
P0756 defines the type of analog input and enables analog input monitoring. Possible settings:
0 Unipolar voltage input (0 to 10V) (factory setting).
1 Unipolar voltage input with monitoring (0 to 10V).
2 Unipolar current input (0 to 20 mA).
3 Unipolar current input with monitoring (0 to 20 mA).
5 Ni 1000 sensor input (–10 to +10V).
NOTE:
The parameter setting must match the setting of the two DIP switches on the I/O
module.
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Index:
P0756[0]: IN000=Analog input 1.
P0756[1]: IN001=Analog input 2.
Note on dependency:
This function is disabled if the analog scaling block is programmed for negative output setpoints
(see P0757 to P0760).
P0753, Analog input filter time
P0753 defines the filter time (PT filter time) in ms for the analog input.
Setting range: 0 to 10,000 ms
Signal in %
Note on the monitoring function:
If monitoring is enabled and the deadband is defined (P0761), a fault message appears (F0080)
as soon as the analog input voltage drops below 50% of the deadband voltage.
Factory setting: 100 ms
Index:
T im e in m s
P0753[0]: IN000=Analog input 1.
P0753[1]: IN001=Analog input 2.
Increasing this time reduces (smoothes) the ripples, but also slows down the response to the
analog input.
P0757 – P0760, Input scaling for analog inputs
Parameters P0757 to P0760 configure the input scaling for
the analog inputs according to the following curve.
%
ymax
Factory setting: 0V = 0% and 10V = 100%.
Parameter
Unit
Point on
x/y-axis
y2
(P0760)
Setting range
Min.
Max.
Factory
Setting
P0757
V or mA
x1 value
-50.0
150.0
0
P0758
%
y1 value
-99999.9
99999.9
0.0
P0759
V or mA
x2 value
-50.0
150.0
10
P0760
%
y2 value
-99999.9
-99999.9
100.0
NOTE:
-10
-20
x1
(P0757)
y1
(P0758)
x2
10
(P0759) 20
V
mA
ymin
Use r0752[0] or [1] to read the actual current or voltage.
Use r0754[0] or [1] to read the current or voltage after scaling.
Index: Example for P0757, applies also to parameters P0758 through P0760.
P0757[0]: IN000=Analog input 1.
P0757[1]: IN001=Analog input 2.
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P0761, Width of deadband (V/mA) for analog inputs
P0761 defines the deadband for the analog inputs.
%
Setting range: 0 to 10V, or 0 to 20 mA
ymax
Factory setting: 0
NOTE:
y2
-10
-20
P0761[x] = 0: No enabled dead zone.
x1
The dead zone runs from 0V (or 0 mA) to the value
of P0761, if the values of P0758 and P0760
(y-coordinate for analog input scaling) have the
same sign. The dead zone is enabled from the
intersecting point (x-axis with analog input scaling
curve) in both directions, if P0758 and P0760 have
different signs.
,,
x2
P761
10
20
V
mA
y1
ymin
When using a configuration with neutral point in the
center, Fmin (P1080) should be zero. There is no
hysteresis at the end of the deadband.
Index:
P0761[0]: IN000=Analog input 1.
P0761[1]: IN001=Analog input 2.
Analog Outputs
SED2 converts status variables such as output
frequency, motor voltage, or present motor
current via D/A converters (DAC) within a
scaleable range. The analog outputs then
display their values.
D/A
NOTE:
D/A
12
AOUT1
V: 0 - 10 V
2 - 10 V
I: 0 - 20mA
4 - 20mA
Analog Output
r0770 - P0781
13
26
For accurate and consistent
performance of SED2 analog
outputs, if you are not connecting a
NI 1000 sensor then terminals 10
and 4 (NI 1000) must connect to
terminal 2 (0V).
AOUT2
V: 0 - 10 V
2 - 10 V
I: 0 - 20mA
4 - 20mA
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Figure 30. SED2 Analog Outputs 1 and 2.
Function
P0771
1+2
P0780
P0779
P0778
P0777
P0773
1+2
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Parameter Settings for AOUT1 and AOUT2 (Commissioning)
P0776
Output:
Current or
voltage
SCAL
Output
r0774
1+2
Deadband
P0781
1+2
P0771, Physical status variable
Defines the physical status variable to display as an analog signal. Possible settings:
21 Present output frequency (scaled to P2000, Reference Frequency), (factory setting).
24 Present SED2 output frequency (scaled to P2000, Reference Frequency).
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P0773, Smoothing time for analog output signals
P0773 enables smoothing for the signal with a PT1 filter and determines
the smoothing time in ms for the analog output signals.
Setting range: 0 to 1000 ms
Signal in %
25 Present output voltage (scaled to P2001, Reference Voltage).
26 Present link voltage (scaled to P2001, Reference Voltage).
27 Present output current (scaled to P2002, Reference Current).
Index:
P0771[0]: IN000=Analog output 1.
P0771[1]: IN001=Analog output 2.
Recommended setting: 100 ms (factory setting)
Index:
P0773[0]: IN000=Analog output 1.
P0773[1]: IN001=Analog output 2.
The filter is disabled for Analog Input Filter Time, P0773=0.
T im e in m s
r0774, Show analog output value after filtering/scaling
Shows the analog output value (in V or mA) after filtering and scaling.
Index:
r0774[0]: IN000=Analog output 1.
r0774[1]: IN001=Analog output 2.
P0776, Type of analog output
P0776 selects the type of analog output. Possible settings:
0=Current output: 0 to 20 mA (factory setting)
1=Voltage output: 0 to 10V
The analog outputs are designed as current outputs within 0 to 20 mA. Both analog outputs must
be configured as the same type. Both outputs are configured, such as either current outputs with
range 0 to 20 mA, or as voltage outputs with range 0 to 10V.
P0777 to P0780, Define output characteristic
P0777 to P0780 defines the output characteristic
in %. The analog output scaling parameters
(P0777 to P0781) set the output characteristics
and they are configured according to the following
curve.
Points P1 (x1, y1) and P2 (x2, y2) are freely
selectable.
Ausgangssignal (mA)
20
20 mA
P0780 y2
P0778 y1
0
(-100%)
P0777: Defines x1 of the output characteristics
(factory setting = 0.0).
P0778: Defines y1 of the output characteristics
(factory setting = 0).
P0779: Defines x2 of the output characteristics
(factory setting = 100).
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P0780: Defines y1 of the output characteristics
(factory setting = 10).
Example:
The factory-set scaling is as follows:
P1: 0.0 % = 0 mA or 0V
P2: 100.0 % = 20 mA or 10V
Index:
P0777[0]: IN000=Analog output 1.
P0777[1]: IN001=Analog output 2.
P0781, Width of deadband for analog outputs
P0781 defines the DAC deadband for the
analog outputs.
%
ymax
Setting range: 0 to 20 mA, or 0 to10V
y2
Factory setting: 0
Index:
P0781[0]: IN000=Analog output 1.
P0781[1]: IN001=Analog output 2.
-10
-20
x1
,,
x2
10
20
V
mA
P761
y1
ymin
Frequency Setpoint (P1000)
Default setting: Analog input terminal 3/2 (AIN+/AIN–, 0 to 10V corresponds to 0 to 50/60 Hz).
Index:
P1000[0]: IN000 (AUTO)=1st command data set (CDS).
P1000[1]: IN001 (HAND)=2nd command data set (CDS).
Additional settings: See P1000 (in the Appendix A: Parameter Reference List section of this
document).
Selection of Command Source (P0700)
Possible settings for P0700:
0= Factory setting (BICO reset), resets all digital inputs to the factory settings
(possible only if Function of Digital Input 1 parameter P0701=99, Enable BICO
parameterization).
1= Operator panel BOP.
2= Control terminal bar (factory setting).
4= USS on BOP link, AOP.
5= USS on COM link.
6= CB on COM link.
Index:
P0700[0]: IN000 (AUTO)=1st command data set (CDS).
P0700[1]: IN001 (HAND)=2nd command data set (CDS).
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Start Motor
Default setting: Terminal 5 (DIN 1, high).
Additional settings: See Selection of Command Source parameter P0700 and Function of
Digital Inputs 1 to 8 parameters P0701 through P0708.
NOTE:
The ramp-up and ramp-down smoothing times influence the motor’s start and stop
behavior. For more information, see Ramp-Up Time parameter P1120 and RampDown Time parameter P1121 in the Appendix A: Parameter Reference List section of
this document.
Stop Motor
There are several ways to stop the motor:
Default setting:
OFF1 Terminal 5 (DIN 1, low).
OFF2 OFF button on BOP/AOP; sustained pressing of the OFF button (two seconds) or
repeated pressing of the button (in case of default settings not possible without
BOP/AOP).
Additional settings: See Selection of Command Source parameter P0700 and Function of
Digital Inputs 1 to 8 parameters P0701 through P0708.
Reversal of the Motor’s Direction of Rotation
Default setting: Terminal 6 (DIN 2, high).
Additional settings: See Selection of Command Source parameter P0700 and Function of
Digital Inputs 1 to 8 parameters P0701 through P0708.
OFF Functions
OFF1
This command (by eliminating the ON command) stops the SED2 within the selected ramp-down
time.
See Ramp-Down Time parameter P1121 to change the ramp-down time.
NOTES:
1. The ON and the consecutive OFF1 command must have the same source.
2. If the ON/OFF1 command is set for more than one digital input, only the last set digital input
is valid; for example, DIN3 is enabled.
OFF2
This command causes a free coasting of the motor to standstill (impulses for the power section of
the SED2 are disabled).
NOTE:
The OFF2 command may have one or several sources. By default, the OFF2
command source is set to BOP/AOP. This source remains even if other sources are
defined by Selection of Command Source parameter P0700 or Function of Digital
Inputs 1 to 8 parameters P0701 through P0708.
OFF3
An OFF3 command causes the motor to decelerate rapidly.
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For starting the motor when OFF3 is set, the binary input must be closed (high). If OFF3 is high,
the motor can start and stop by OFF1 and OFF2.
If OFF3 is low, the motor cannot be started.
Control Types (P1300)
The different control types of the SED2 control the relationship between the motor speed and the
voltage supplied by the SED2. Below is a summary of the available control types:
Linear V/f control, P1300=0
For variable or constant torque applications such as delivery systems and positive displacement
pumps.
Linear V/f control with flow control (FCC), P1300=1
This factory-set control mode can improve performance and dynamic behavior of the motor.
Parabolic V/f control, P1300=2
A factory-set control mode for variable torque load such as fans and pumps.
Multi-point V/f control, P1300=3
Linear V/f control with energy saving mode, P1300=4
Automatically increases or decreases the motor voltage to locate the lowest possible energy
consumption. As soon as the default setpoint speed is reached, the control mode is enabled.
V/f control for textile applications, P1300=5
For no slip compensation or resonance smoothing. The Imax controller relates to voltage instead
of frequency.
V/f control with FCC for textile applications, P1300=6
A combination of P1300 = 1 and P1300 = 5.
Communications
The SED2 includes an integral RS-485 serial interface. The optional door mounting kit for the
BOP/AOP includes an integral RS-232 interface. USS, P1, and N2 protocols are implemented as
part of the series. See Chapter 9 in this manual for more details.
SED2 HVAC Functions
PID Controller
To achieve independent control in a stand-alone SED2 application, Siemens Building
Technologies implemented a PID controller. This controller handles temperature (Ni 1000),
pressure, and speed control. Factory settings for the PID controller parameters are for pressure
control. For temperature or speed control, adjust the controller time constants for the new control
loop.
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P2253 : setpoint source
P2261 : setpoint filter timeconstant
r 2262 : filtered setpoint
P2264 : feedback source
P2267 : feedback threshold max
P2268 : feedback threshold min
P2270 : function sequence
P2271 : transducer type
r 2272 : scaled feedback
P2274 : derivative time
r 2273 : transient error signal
P2280 : P gain
P2285 : I gain
P2293 : ramp-up/-down time of PID limit
P2291 : PID output upper limit
P2292 : PID output lower limit
P2304 : actuator opening time
P2305 : actuator closing time
P0731/P0732 : 53.A = PID output at lower limit
P0731/P0732 : 53.B = PID output at upper limit
PID
CONTROLLER
r2294: PID output
5192Z21en
Figure 31. SED2 PID Controller.
Parameter Settings for the PID Controller (Commissioning)
NOTE:
The setpoint and the actual signal value display as a percentage (%). Make sure that the two signals match
each other.
FIXED SETPOINTS 1-15:
EXTERNAL SETPOINT:
P2201 – P2215
Enter fixed setpoint.
The setpoint is active if switching command ON is
sent to Digital Input 1 (DIN1).
Analog input
See Analog Inputs section for the parameter
settings.
PID SETPOINT:
EXTERNAL PID SETPOINT:
P2253[0]
Set to value 2224;
fixed PI setpoint.
P2253[0]
Set to 755; setpoint is configured to AIN 1.
P0701[0]
Enter value 16;
sets Digital Input 1 (DIN1) to ON with fixed setpoint;
see Digital Inputs section .
P0756[0]
Select the type of Analog Input 1 for the setpoint.
P0757[0] to P0760[0]
Set scaling for Analog Input 1 (AIN1).
P0756[1]
Define the type of Analog Input 2 (AIN2) for the actual signal value.
P0757[1] to P0760[1]
Set scaling for Analog Input 2 (AIN2).
P2264[1]
Set to 755[1]; defines AIN2 as actual value.
P2306
Define the reaction of the PID controller to the actual values (0=heating, 1=cooling).
P2200[0]
Enable the PID controller (0=disable, 1=enable).
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r2262
Check for setpoint (scaled PID setpoint in %).
NOTE: SED2 must be set to automatic control; DIN1 must be set to ON.
r2272
Check for actual value (scaled PID actual value in %).
P2280 and P2285
Set and optimize PID proportional gain & PID integration time.
Changeover to automatic control.
Belt Failure Detection without Sensor (P2181)
Fan
SED2
Motor
5192Z22en
Figure 32. Belt Failure Detection without Sensor (P2181).
This function allows for monitoring power transmission components such as drive belts. The
function can also detect motor overload, such as in the case of a jam.
The actual frequency/torque curve is compared to a preprogrammed tolerance band (see P2182
through P2190 in the Appendix A: Parameter Reference List of this document) as part of this
function. If the actual curve is outside the tolerance band, a warning or error message (F0085)
occurs.
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Torque [Nm]
P2189
Upper torque threshold 3
P2190 unterer
Lower torque threshold 3
P2187
Upper torque threshold 2
P2188
Lower torque threshold 2
P2185
Upper torque threshold 1
P2186
Lower torque threshold 1
Frequency [Hz]
P2182
P2183
Threshold frequency 2
Threshold frequency 1
P2184
Threshold frequency 3
Figure 33. Frequency/Torque Curve.
The zone that is shaded gray shows the permissible frequency/torque area. The frequency limit
values 1 to 3 define the areas used to compare the actual torque to the preset torque. Nine
parameters define torque monitoring. Belt Threshold Frequency 1-3 parameters P2182 through
P2184 define the frequency limit values to be set. Upper and Lower Torque Threshold 1-3
parameters P2185 through P2190 limit the tolerance band compared to the present torque curve.
Parameter Settings for Belt Failure Detection without Sensor (Commissioning)
P2182 to P2184, Frequency limit value
The three frequency limit values F1, F2, and F3 determine a reasonable division across the
required torque area. Set the values desired in the manual mode using
write down the corresponding torque values via parameter r0031.
and
and read and
Factory setting: 5, 30, 50 Hz.
P2181, Reaction of drive belt failure detection
P2181 sets the desired reaction of drive belt failure detection. Possible settings:
0=Belt failure detection disabled (factory setting).
1=Warn low torque/speed.
2=Warn high torque/speed.
3=Warn high/low torque/speed
4=Trip low torque/speed.
5=Trip high torque/speed.
6=Trip high/low torque/speed
Set P2181 (not to 0) before setting P2185 through P2190.
P2185 through P2190, Torque limit value
Set the torque limit value parameters as follows:
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Add ±15% to the torque derived from the setting of the frequency limit values to define a
permissible tolerance band for the torque values.
Upper Limit Factory setting: 99999.0
Lower Limit Factory setting: 0.0.
P2192, Alarm delay
P2192 allows for setting an alarm delay (between 0 to 65 seconds) before a warning or error
message occurs. This parameter helps avoid false alarms caused by temporary transition states.
This delay can also be used for belt failure detection via sensor.
Factory setting: 10 seconds
In manual mode, vary the torque frequency in the selected range to check the function. Then,
change over to automatic control.
Belt Failure Detection with Sensor (P0400)
Ventilator
SED2
Motor
Sensor
5192Z23de
Figure 34. Belt Failure Detection with Sensor (P0400).
A simple sensor (inductive sensor) mounted to the drive unit (such as for a fan) supplies one
pulse for each rotation. The pulse train generated this way, which can vary from 1 to 20,000
pulses per minute, is sent to SED2 digital input DIN5. The frequency resulting from the pulse train
is compared to the present output frequency of the SED2.
Select Encoder Type parameter P0400 defines the encoder type. If parameter P0400 is set to 0
(factory setting) so belt failure detection is disabled, belt failure detection without sensor (P2181)
is used instead.
Only DIN5 works with a counter signal.
Parameter Settings for Belt Failure Detection with Sensor (Commissioning)
Determine the speed transformation ratio between the motor and the shaft driven by the belt.
P0400, Encoder type
Define the encoder type using parameter P0400. Possible settings:
0 Disabled (factory setting).
1 Single channel encoder.
2 Quadrature encoder without zero pulse.
3 External pulse train.
12 Quadrature encoder with zero pulse.
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P0409, Pulses per Second at Rated Frequency
Use parameter P0409 to set the pulse rate (number of pulses/seconds) generated by the sensor
at nominal frequency (nominal speed) by including the determined transmission ratio.
Setting range: 1 to 500
Factory setting: 25
P2181, Belt failure detection mode
Set the desired reaction of drive belt failure detection via parameter P2181. Possible settings:
0 Belt failure detection disabled (factory setting).
1 Warn low torque/speed.
2 Warn high torque/speed.
3 Warn high/low torque/speed.
4 Trip low torque/speed.
5 Trip high torque/speed.
6 Trip high/low torque/speed.
Suggested setting: 1 Warn low torque/speed.
P2191, Belt failure speed tolerance
Use parameter P2191 to set the maximum permissible deviation of the pulse train frequency
(actual value) generated by the sensor from the SED2 output frequency (setpoint). If the
tolerance band for frequency is exceeded, a warning or trip occurs.
Setting range: 0 to 20 Hz.
Factory setting: 3 Hz.
In manual mode, vary the torque frequency in the selected range to check the function. Then
change over to automatic control.
Staging Pumps or Fans
Motor staging controls up to two additional pumps or fans based on the integrated PID control
system. The complete system comprises a pump (fan) controlled by the SED2, and up to two
additional pumps (fans) switched by contactors or motor starters.
NOTES:
1.
Contact speed pumps must be protected per NEC or UL.
2.
Contactors or starters are not supplied with the drive.
Relay switching contacts integrated in the SED2 control the contactors or motor starters. Figure
35 shows a typical pump system. A similar system comprised of fans could be used for ventilating
systems.
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Mains voltage
Variable
speed drive
Motor starter
Pressure sensor
MV
M1
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to PID input of
variable speed drive
M2
MV: Motor, speed-controlled by SED2.
M1: Motor, controlled by digital output relay 1 DOUT1.
M2: Motor, controlled by digital output relay 2 DOUT2.
Figure 35. Staging Pumps.
If MV runs at maximum frequency and the PID feedback shows that a higher speed is demanded
in accordance with the staging, the SED2 switches on one of the relay-controlled motors M1 or
M2 (staging). To keep the controlled variable as constant as possible, and to compensate for the
difference in output, the SED2 must decrease to minimum frequency (Figure 36). During the
staging process, PID control is suppressed.
If MV runs in parallel to M1 and M2 at a
minimum frequency, and if the PID feedback
demands an even lower speed, the SED2
switches off one of the relay-controlled motors
M1 or M2 (destaging). In this case, the SED2
must increase the ramp from the minimum to
the maximum frequency. In this phase, PID
control is suppressed.
Motor MV
kW
Motor M2
Motor MV
Motor M1
Motor M1
Motor MV
Demand or Volume Flow
Figure 36. Motor Staging on Output Demand.
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Total Power
t
Motor MV, controlled by SED2
Power
100%
t
Motor M1, switched by relay 1
Power
100%
t
Motor M2, switched by relay 2
Power
100%
t
Figure 37. Diagram From Motor Staging.
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Parameter Settings for Motor Staging (Commissioning)
In general, the factory settings can be used.
P2371, Selection of external motor configuration
Max. 2 pumps can be added. Possible settings:
0 = Motor staging disabled
(factory default)
1 = M1=1X, M2= , M3=
3 = M1=1X, M2=2X, M3=
6 = M1=1X, M2=2X, M3=3X
4 = M1=1X, M2=1X, M3=1X
7 = M1=1X, M2=1X, M3=3X
5 = M1=1X, M2=1X, M3=2X
8 = M1=1X, M2=2X, M3=3X
2 = M1=1X, M2=1X, M3=
P2372, Enable motor cycling
If this parameter is enabled, one or two motors are switched on or off (during staging, in addition
to the speed-controlled motor) in a specified sequence based on the motor operating hours
(Parameter 2380, Motor hours run).
During staging, the motor having the lowest number of operating hours is first switched on. During
destaging, the motor having the highest number of operating hours is first switched off.
If staged motors are different sizes, the motor size promising to best satisfy the demanded output
is switched on first, regardless of its operating hours, and then the motor based on run hours.
Factory setting: 0 (disabled).
P2373, Motor staging hysteresis
Error, as a percentage of setpoint, which must be exceeded before staging delay starts.
Setting range: 0 to 200%
Factory setting: 20%
P2374, Delay on motor staging
Time that error (P2373) must exceed hysteresis before staging occurs.
Setting range: 0 to 650 seconds
Factory setting: 30 seconds
P2375, Delay on motor destaging
Time that error (P2374) must exceed hysteresis before staging occurs.
Setting range: 0 to 650 seconds
Factory setting: 30 seconds
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P2376, Delay override on motor staging/destaging
The value of P2376 is set as a percentage of the PID setpoint. If the PID error (P2273) exceeds
this value, a motor is switched on or off, regardless of the delay timers (P2374 and P2375).
Setting range: 0 to 200%
Factory setting: 25%
P2377, Delay override lockout timer
This parameter is used to lock the delay override (P2376) after staging or destaging for a
specified period of time. This prevents a second staging immediately following the first staging,
that could have been triggered by the first staging.
Setting range: 0 to 650 seconds
Factory setting: 30 seconds
P2378, Staging frequency
This parameter is defined as a particular percentage of the maximum output frequency. This
determines the frequency used to switch on or off the relay (DOUT1 or DOUT2) during staging or
destaging.
Factory setting: = 50% (defined as a percentage = 100%, at fmax = 60 Hz).
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f
Max. freq.
VSD freq.
Staging freq.
Min. freq.
t
f
PID Off
Relay On
PID On
Max. freq.
VSD freq.
Staging freq.
Min. freq.
t
PID Off
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P0731, Function of Digital output 1, relay 1 (DOUT1)
Parameter r2379 (relay 1 to motor 1).
Factory setting: 52.3 = SED2 fault enabled
P0732 Digital output 2, relay 2 (DOUT2)
Parameter r2379 (relay 2 to motor 2)
Factory setting: 52.2 = SED2 in operation
Complete parameter setting by changing over to automatic control.
Temperature Control with Ni 1000 Sensor
Use the SED2 to directly measure the
temperature by means of a passive
temperature Ni 1000 sensor. Simple
temperature control is possible. The
sensor connects to the SED2. The
signal can be scaled according to
requirements.
Parameter Settings for Temperature
Control (Commissioning)
Use the same procedure as for
commissioning analog inputs.
The temperature sensor can connect as
follows to the analog inputs:
Ni 1000 on AIN 1:
Connection terminals: 2/4
SED2
T Ni1000
5192Z26
Figure 38. Temperature Control with Ni 1000 Sensor.
Ni 1000 on AIN 2:
Connection terminals: 2/11
When connecting a Ni 1000 sensor, no other input signal can be processed on the same input,
even if terminals 3/10 for an analog signal of 0 to 10V are free.
P0757 to P0760, Analog Input Scaling
Scaling converts the Ni 1000 sensor
temperature range of –58°F to 302°F (–50°C to
150°C) to %.
Example: Ni 1000 on AIN1:
P0757[0] = –50°C
P0758[0] = –50%
P0759[0] = 150°C
P0760[0] = 150%
Factory settings:
P0757 = 0
P0758 = 0.0
P0759 = 10
P0760 = 100
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y2
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-10
-20
x1
(P0757)
y1
(P0758)
x2
10
(P0759) 20
V
mA
ymin
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The following table lists commonly defined settings for desired operations:
Parameter
Application
P0718
Selects if Hand or Auto occurs after a power-on.
P0748
Inverts operation of digital outputs.
P1020 – P1028
Fix frequency. See also the Digital Inputs section.
P1040
Change the setting of the speed on the MOP while stopped.
P1091 – P1101
Skip frequency.
P1110
Allows negative speeds (also requires digital input setting).
P1200
Flying start – allows drive to catch a spinning motor without faulting.
P1210 – P1213
Auto restart (requires a constant start command to clear a fault).
P1240
Configuration of Vdc controller—enables the drive to automatically extend the ramp up
or down times as required to keep the drive from tripping on a start or stop command.
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Troubleshooting Using the Operator Panel
If the motor does not start with the ON command:
•
Check if Commissioning Parameter Filter P0010=0 (factory setting).
•
Check if there is a valid ON signal.
•
Check if Selection of Command Source parameter P0700=2 (for digital input control) or
P0700=1 (for BOP control).
Check if the correct setpoint is available (0 to 10V on terminal 3), or if the setpoint was entered in
the correct location in dependence of the setpoint source (Selection of Frequency Setpoint
parameter P1000). See the parameter list (see Appendix A in this document) for more detailed
information.
If the motor does not start after changing the parameters, set Commissioning Parameter Filter
P0010=30 (factory setting), set Parameter Reset P0970=1 (factory reset), and press P to reset
the SED2 to the factory-set parameter default values.
Use a switch between terminals 5 and 8 on the control terminal bar. The drive should now run
according to the default setpoint at the analog input.
NOTE:
The voltage and current range of the SED2 must match the motor data.
Fault Codes
Error
F0001,
Overcurrent
Cause
•
Motor power (P0307) is
greater than SED2
power (P0206).
•
Motor lead short circuit.
•
Earth faults.
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Check the following:
•
Motor power (P0307)
”SED2 power (P0206).
•
Cable length limits must not
be exceeded.
•
Motor cable and motor must
not have short circuits or
earth faults.
•
Motor parameters must
match the motor in use.
•
Value of stator resistance
(P0350) must be correct.
•
The motor must not be
obstructed or overloaded.
•
Increase ramp-up time.
•
Reduce boost level.
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Error
F0002,
Overvoltage
Cause
•
DC link voltage (r0026)
exceeds trip level.
•
Overvoltage can be
caused either by too
high main supply
voltage or if motor is in
regenerative mode.
•
Regenerative mode can
be caused by fast ramp
downs or if the motor is
driven from an active
load.
Diagnosis/Remedy
Check the following:
•
The supply voltage must lie
within the limits indicated on
the rating plate.
•
The DC link voltage
controller must be enabled
(P1240) and parameterized
correctly.
•
The ramp-down time
(P1121) must match the
inertia of load.
•
The required braking power
must lie within the specified
limits.
Reaction
Off2
NOTE: Higher inertia requires long
ramp-down times; otherwise, apply
braking resistor.
F0003,
Undervoltage
F0004, SED2
Overtemperature
F0005, SED2 I2T
F0011, Motor
overtemperature
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•
Mains supply failed.
•
Shock load outside the
specified limits.
•
Ventilation is
inadequate.
•
The fan is inoperative.
•
The ambient
temperature is too high.
•
The SED2 is
overloaded.
•
The duty cycle is
outside the tolerance.
•
The motor power
(P0307) exceeds the
SED2 power (P0206).
•
The motor is overloaded
Check the following:
•
The supply voltage must lie
within the limits indicated on
the rating plate.
•
The supply voltage must not
be susceptible to temporary
failures or voltage reductions
outside tolerance.
Check the following:
•
The fan must turn when the
SED2 is running.
•
The pulse frequency must
be set to a lower value.
•
The ambient temperature
could be higher than
specified for the SED2.
Check the following:
•
The load cycle must lie
within the limits specified.
•
2Motor power (P0307)
SED2 power (P0206).
Make sure that the load duty cycle
(temporary overload) lies within the
limits specified.
Off2
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Error
Cause
Diagnosis/Remedy
Reaction
F0012, SED2
temperature
signal lost
•
Wire breakage of the
SED2 temperature
sensor (heat sink).
Off2
F0015, Motor
temperature
signal lost
•
Breakage or shortcircuit of the motor
temperature sensor.
Off2
•
If a signal loss is
detected, temperature
monitoring switches to
monitoring the thermic
motor image.
F0020, 1 phase
for mains supply
missing
•
One of the 3 phases for
the mains supply
voltage is missing.
F0021, ground
fault
•
The ground fault occurs
if the sum of the phase
currents is higher than
5% of the nominal
SED2 current.
Check the wiring of the 3 phases at
the supply voltage input of the SED2.
Off2
Off2
NOTE: This error message
occurs on SED2 drives with three
current sensors; that is, for SED2
drives of frame sizes D to F.
F0022, Power
stack fault
The fault is caused by the
following events:
Off2
(1) dc link overcurrent =short
circuit of IGBT.
(2) short circuit of dc link chopper
(3) earth fault.
Frame sizes A to C = (1),(2),(3).
Frame sizes D to E = (1),(2).
Frame size F = (2).
Since all these faults are
assigned to one signal on the
power stack, it is not possible to
establish which one actually
occurred.
F0023, Fault at
SED2 output
•
The On-phase is
interrupted at the SED2
output.
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Error
F0024, Rectifier
overtemperature
F0030, Fan Fault
Cause
•
The ventilation is
inadequate.
•
The fan is inoperative.
•
The ambient
temperature is too high.
•
The fan no longer
works.
Diagnosis/Remedy
Reaction
Check the following:
•
The fan must turn when the
SED2 is running.
•
The pulse frequency
(P1800) must be set to
default value 4 kHz.
The fault cannot be masked while the
options module (BOP or AOP) is
connected.
Off2
Replace the fan.
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Error
F0041, Motor
data identification
failure
Cause
Diagnosis/Remedy
•
Motor data identification
failed
0:
Check if the motor is
connect to the SED2.
•
Alarm value = 0: Load is
missing
1-40:
Check if the motor data in
P0304 to P0311 are correct.
•
Alarm value = 1: Current
limit value reached during
identification.
Check the type of motor wiring
required (star, delta).
•
Alarm value = 2: Identified
stator resistance less than
0.1% or more than 100%.
•
Alarm value = 3: Identified
rotor resistance less than
0.1% or more than 100%.
•
Alarm value = 4: Identified
stator reactance less than
50% or more than 500%.
•
Alarm value = 5: Identified
main reactance less than
50% or more than 500%.
•
Alarm value = 6: Identified
rotor time constant less than
10 ms or more than 5s.
•
Alarm value = 7: Identified
total leakage reactance less
than 5% or more than 50%.
•
Alarm value = 8: Identified
stator leakage reactance
less than 25% or more than
250%.
•
Alarm value = 9: Identified
rotor leakage reactance less
than 25% or more than
250%.
•
Alarm value = 20: Identified
IGBT ON-voltage less than
0.5 or more than 10V.
•
Alarm value = 30: Current
controller at voltage limit.
•
Alarm value = 40:
Inconsistency of identified
data set, at least one
identification failed.
Reaction
Off2
Percentage values based on
impedance
Zb = Vmot,nom / sqrt(3) /
Imot,nom.
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Error
Cause
Diagnosis/Remedy
Reaction
F0051,
Parameter
EEPROM fault
•
Read or write failure
while saving nonvolatile parameter
Reset SED2 to factory setting and reparameterize
Off2
F0052, Power
stack fault
•
Read failure for power
stack information or
invalid data.
Exchange SED2.
Off2
F0053, I/O
EEPROM fault
•
Read failure for I/O
EEPROM information or
invalid data.
Check the data.
Off2
F0054, Wrong
I/O print
•
I/O print is not
connected.
Check data flow.
•
Wrong I/O print is
connected.
•
No ID found on I/O
print, no data.
F0060, ASIC
timeout
•
Internal communication
error.
If error reappears, exchange SED2.
F0070, CB
setpoint fault
•
No setpoints from CB
(communications board)
during telegram off time.
Check communications module (CB)
and communications partner.
Off2
F0071, USS
(BOP link)
setpoint fault
•
No setpoints from USS
during telegram off time.
Check communications to data
transmission module.
Off2
F0072, USS
(COM link)
setpoint fault
•
No setpoints from USS
during telegram off time
F0080, ADC
input signal lost
•
Broken wire at analog
input.
•
Signal level outside
defined limits.
•
External fault triggered
via input terminals.
F0085, External
fault
Exchange the I/O module.
Off2
Exchange I/O module.
Off2
Contact customer service.
Check USS master.
Check USS master.
Off2
Off2
Disable input terminals for fault
trigger, or eliminate external fault.
Off2
Check if DIN is set to ON.
F0101, Stack
overflow
•
Software or processor
error.
Run self-test routines.
Off2
F0221, PID
feedback below
min. value
•
PID feedback below
minimum value of
P2268, minimum value
for PID feedback.
Change value of P2268.
Off2
F0222
•
PID feedback above
maximum value.
PID feedback, maximum value of
P2267 (maximum value for PID
feedback).
Adjust feedback amplification.
Off2
Adjust feedback amplification.
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Error
F0450, BIST
tests failure
Cause
Alarm value:
1. Some power section tests
have failed.
Diagnosis/Remedy
The drive may run, but some
functions do not work properly.
Reaction
Off2
Replace the drive.
2. Some control board tests
have failed.
4. Some functional tests have
failed.
8. Some I/O module tests have
failed.
16.Internal RAM failed on powerup check.
F0452, Belt
failure detected
•
Load condition changes
at the motor indicate a
belt failure or
mechanical fault.
Check the following:
•
Drive belt OK? Is the drive
obstructed or seized?
•
If external speed sensor is
used, check proper function.
Check the following
parameters:
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-- P0409 (pulses/sec at rated
frequency)
-- P2191 (belt failure speed
tolerance monitoring)
-- P2192 (delay time for P2191).
•
For belt failure detection
without sensor, check the
following parameters:
-- P2182
(threshold frequency f1)
-- P2183
(threshold frequency f2)
-- P2184
(threshold frequency f3)
-- P2185
(upper torque threshold 1)
-- P2186
(lower torque threshold 1)
-- P2187
(upper torque threshold 2)
-- P2188
(lower torque threshold 2)
-- P2189
(upper torque threshold 3)
-- P2190
(lower torque threshold 3)
-- P2192 (delay for belt failure).
•
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Reading Faults
•
OK FAULT (r0052, bit 3) is a read-only fault status point (0=OK, 1=Fault).
•
LAST FAULT (r0947(0)) shows the code for the most recent fault.
Resetting Faults
•
Press
•
OK FAULT (r0052, bit 3) is a read-only fault status point (0=OK, 1=Fault). It can be
acknowledged with FAULT ACK (r0054, bit 7). Setting FAULT ACK (r0054, bit 7) resets the
fault (1=Reset Fault).
NOTE:
to reset a fault condition.
It is possible that motor performance may be affected at low frequencies if parameter
P1310 falls under 50% (default value).
Warning Messages
Error
A0501, Current
limit
A0502,
Overvoltage limit
Cause
•
Motor power > SED2
power.
•
Motor cables are too
long.
•
Ground faults.
•
The overvoltage limit is
reached.
This warning may appear on
ramp-down if the DC link is
disabled (P1240 = 0).
A0503,
Undervoltage
limit
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•
Main power failed.
Diagnosis and Remedy
Check the following:
•
Motor power (P0307) SED2
power (P0206).
•
Cable length limits must not
be exceeded.
•
Motor cable and motor must
not have short circuits or
earth faults.
•
Motor parameters must
match the motor in use.
•
Value of stator resistance
(P0350) must be correct.
•
The motor must not be
obstructed or overloaded.
•
Increase ramp-up time.
•
Reduce boost level.
Reaction
--
If this warning is displayed
permanently, check the drive input
voltage or extend the ramp-down time
for the drive.
--
Check the main supply voltage.
--
The main power and
consequently the DC link voltage
(r0026) are below the defined
threshold value.
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Error
A0504, SED2
overtemperature
Cause
•
The warning level of the
SED2 heat sink
temperature (r0037) is
exceeded.
This results in a reduced pulse
frequency and/or a reduced
output frequency (dependent on
parameter setting in (P0610).
A0505, SED2 I2T
•
Diagnosis and Remedy
Check the following:
•
The ambient temperature
must lie within the limits
specified.
•
The load conditions and duty
cycle must lie within the
specified conditions.
•
The fan must turn when the
SED2 is running.
Warning level
exceeded. The current
supply is reduced if
parameter P0610 is set
to 1.
Check that the duty cycle lies within
the limits specified.
Check the following: Make sure that
the load duty cycles (temporary
overload) lie within the limits
specified.
A0506, SED2
duty cycle
•
Difference between the
heat sink temperature
and the IGBT exceeds
the warning levels.
A5011, Motor
overtemperature
I2T
•
The motor is
overloaded.
•
The duty cycle is
outside the tolerance.
A0520, Rectifier
overtemperature
•
The warning level of the
rectifier heat sink
temperature is
exceeded.
Reaction
--
--
Motor power (P0307) (SED2 power)
(P0206).
--
--
Check the following:
•
The ambient temperature
must lie within the limits
specified.
•
The load conditions and duty
cycle must lie within the
specified conditions.
•
The fan must turn when the
SED2 is running.
--
A0523, SED2
output fault
•
The On-phase is
interrupted at the SED2
output.
--
A0541, Motor
data identification
enabled
•
Motor data identification
(P1910) selected or
running.
--
A0600, RTOS
data loss
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Error
A0910, Vdc
(max.) controller
disabled
A0911, Vdc
(max.) controller
enabled
A0912, Vdc (min)
controller
enabled
Cause
•
Vdc maximum controller
disabled as not able to
keep the DC link
voltage (r0026) within
threshold limits.
•
Permanent supply
overvoltage.
•
Occurs if the motor is
driven by a load forcing
the motor to go into
energy recovery
operation.
•
Occurs during rampdown of very high duty
cycles.
•
Vdc maximum controller
is enabled.
Diagnosis and Remedy
Check the following:
•
Input voltage must lie within
specified range.
•
The load must be adjusted.
•
In some cases, brake
resistance must be applied.
Reaction
--
--
The ramp-down times are
increased automatically to keep
the DC link voltage (r0026) within
the limits specified.
Vdc minimum controller enabled
if the DC link voltage (r0026)
drops below the minimum value.
--
The motor’s kinetic energy is
used to buffer the DC link voltage
and thus slow the drive.
Temporary supply failures do not
automatically lead to
undervoltage shutdown.
A0920, ADC
parameters not
set properly
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•
ADC parameters must
not be set to identical
values, as illogical
values would result.
•
Index 0: Parameter
settings for output
identical.
•
Index 1: Parameter
settings for input
identical.
•
Index 2: Parameter
settings for input do not
correspond to ADC
type.
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Error
Cause
•
DAC parameters must
not be set to identical
values, as illogical
values would result.
•
Index 0: Parameter
settings for output
identical.
•
Index 1: Parameter
settings for input
identical.
•
Index 2: Parameter
settings for output do
not correspond to DAC
type.
•
No load is applied to the
SED2.
•
Some functions may not
work as under normal
load conditions.
A0923, Both
JOG left and
JOG right are
requested
•
Both JOG right and
JOG left have been
requested. This freezes
the RFG output
frequency at its current
value.
A0924, Belt
failure detected
•
Load conditions at the
motor indicate a belt
failure or mechanical
fault.
A0921, DAC
parameters not
set properly
A0922, No load
applied to SED2
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Reaction
--
--
--
Check the following:
•
No breakage, seizure, or
obstruction of drive train.
•
Correct operation of external
speed sensor, if in use.
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Chapter 8 — Technical Data
Specification Options
General Specifications
Specification
Operating temperature ranges
Description
IP20 and NEMA Type 1: 14°F to 104°F (–10°C to 40°C)
IP54 and NEMA Type 12: 14°F to 104°F (–10°C to 40°C)
Storage temperature
–40°F to 158°F (–40°C to 70°C)
Humidity
95% relative humidity — non-condensing.
Altitude
Up to 3280 ft (1000 m) above sea level without performance decrease.
Overload capacity
10% periodic overload capacity for 60 seconds within 5 minutes relative to
the nominal output current.
Protection functions
Protection against: Undervoltage, overvoltage, ground fault, short-circuit,
stall, rotor jam, motor overtemperature, SED2 overtemperature.
Electromagnetic compatibility
Integrated EMC filter as per EN 55011 class B as footprint filter for frame
sizes A to C, IP20. The filter is integrated in the SED2 for frame sizes D to
F, IP20 and for all IP54 devices. Satisfies the requirements of EMC
product standard EN 61800-3.
Input frequency
47 to 63 Hz
Setpoint resolution
0.01 Hz digital,
0.01 Hz serial,
10 bit analog
Switching frequency
4 to 16 kHz (2 kHz steps).
Fixed frequencies
15 programmable
Masking frequencies
4 programmable
Analog inputs
Number: 2
Can be changed over to 0/2 to 10V (programmable scaling) or
0/4 to 20 mA (programmable scaling).
Terminals used: 3, 4, 10, 11
Resolution: 10 bits
Read cycle: 10 ms.
Analog inputs AIN1 and AIN2 are configurable for direct connection of an
Ni 1000 temperature sensor.
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Specification
Digital inputs
Description
6 (potential-free) inputs (extendable to 8)
Freely programmable and possible changeover (sink, source)
Terminals used: 5, 6, 7, 8, 16, 17
Min. input current: 6 mA (actual: 8 mA) at ≥15V
Logical 0 = <3V, logical 1 = >13V
Max. input voltage: 33V
Analog outputs
Number: 2
Can be changed over for 0 to 10V or 0/4 to 20 mA, (programmable
scaling/parameter). Factory setting: 0 to 10V.
Terminals used: 12, 13, 26, 27
Impedance on configuration 0 to 10V: 1K Ω
Read cycle: 10 ms
Relay outputs
2 programmable relays, 6 contacts.
Relay 1 Terminals: 18, 19, 20
Relay 2 Terminals: 23, 24, 25
Max. contact rating: DC 30V/5 A, (resistive)
AC 250V/2 A (resistive)
Auxiliary supply 24V
Galvanically separated, unregulated auxiliary supply (18 to 32V), 100 mA
Terminal 9.
Serial interface
RS-485 (RS-232 optional with converter)
Protocols: USS, P1, and N2
Transmission rate: Up to 38.4K Baud (default 9.6K Baud)
Power factor
≥0.7 total PF
≥0.98 displacement
VFD degree of efficiency
96 to 97%
Switch-on current:
Less than nominal input current
Braking
DC braking, dynamic braking
CE conformity
Corresponds to the requirements of the low-voltage guideline 73/23/EEC,
supplemented by guideline 98/68/EEC and EMC.
If installed according to the recommendations issued in this manual, the
SED2 satisfies all EMC guideline requirements as defined in the EMC
Product Standard for Power Drive Systems EN 61800-3.
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Dimensions and Weights
Dimensions and weight (frame sizes A to C, IP20)
Frame size
WxHxD
Inches (mm)
Weight
lb (kg)
A
2.9 (73) x 6.8 (173) x 5.9 (149)
2.9 (1.3)
B
5.9 (149) x 8.0 (202) x 6.8 (172)
7.5 (3.4)
C
7.3 (185) x 9.6 (245) x 7.7 (195)
12 (5.5)
D
10.8 (275) x 20.5 (520) x 9.6 (245)
35 (16)
E
10.8 (275) x 25.6 (650) x 9.6 (245)
44 (20)
F
13.8 (350) x 33.5 (850) x 12.6 (320)
123 (56)
Dimensions and weight (frame sizes B to F, IP54/NEMA 12)
Frame size
WxHxD
Inches (mm)
Weight
lb (kg)
B
10.6 (270) x 15.2 (385) x 10.6 (268)
23 (10.3)
C
13.8 (350) x 23.9 (606) x 11.2 (284)
42 (19.2)
D
14.2 (360) x 27.0 (685) x 13.9 (353)
77 (35)
E
14.2 (360) x 34.8 (885) x 17.8 (453)
106 (48)
F
17.7 (450) x 45.3 (1150) x 18.6 (473)
179 (81)
Unit-specific Data
200V to 240V, ± 10%, 3 phase
Output power
(variable torque)
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IP
code
Max. input
current
3 phase
Max.
output
current
Frame
size
Part Number
kW
hp
IP
A
A
0.37
0.5
20
2.4
2.3
A
SED2-0.37/22X
0.55
0.75
20
3.1
3
A
SED2-0.55/22X
0.75
1
20
4.3
3.9
A
SED2-0.75/22X
1.1
1.5
20
6.2
5.5
B
SED2-1.1/22X
1.5
2
20
8.3
7.4
B
SED2-1.5/22X
2.2
3
20
11.3
10.4
B
SED2-2.2/22X
3
4
20
15.6
13.6
C
SED2-3/22X
4
5
20
20.1
17.5
C
SED2-4/22X
5.5
7.5
20
26.3
22
C
SED2-5.5/22X
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200V to 240V, ± 10%, 3 phase
Output power
(variable torque)
Max. input
current
3 phase
IP
code
Max.
output
current
Frame
size
Part Number
kW
hp
IP
A
A
7.5
10
20
36.4
28
C
SED2-7.5/22X
11
15
20
46
42
D
SED2-11/22X
15
20
20
60
54
D
SED2-15/22X
18.5
25
20
75
68
D
SED2-18.5/22X
22
30
20
88
80
E
SED2-22/22X
30
40
20
114
104
E
SED2-30/22X
37
50
20
143
130
F
SED2-37/22X
45
60
20
170
154
F
SED2-45/22X
380V to 480V, ± 10%, 3 phase
Output power
(variable torque)
Max. input
current
3 phase
IP code
Max.
output
current
Frame
size
Part Number
kW
hp
IP
A
A
0.37
0.5
20
1.6
1.2
A
SED2-0.37/32X
0.55
0.75
20
2.1
1.6
A
SED2-0.55/32X
0.75
1
20
2.8
2.1
A
SED2-0.75/32X
1.1
1.5
20
4.2
3
A
SED2-1.1/32X
1.5
2
20
5.8
4
A
SED2-1.5/32X
2.2
3
20
7.5
5.9
B
SED2-2.2/32X
3
4
20
10
7.7
B
SED2-3/32X
4
5
20
12.8
10.2
B
SED2-4/32X
5.5
7.5
20
16.6
13.2
C
SED2-5.5/32X
7.5
10
20
24
18.4
C
SED2-7.5/32X
11
15
20
33.8
26
C
SED2-11/32X
15
20
20
42
32
C
SED2-15/32X
18.5
25
20
45.7
38
D
SED2-18.5/32X
22
30
20
50
45
D
SED2-22/32X
30
40
20
68
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D
SED2-30/32X
37
50
20
83
75
E
SED2-37/32X
45
60
20
99
90
E
SED2-45/32X
55
75
20
121
110
F
SED2-55/32X
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Output power
(variable torque)
Max. input
current
3 phase
IP code
Max.
output
current
Frame
size
Part Number
kW
hp
IP
A
A
75
100
20
160
145
F
SED2-75/32X
90
125
20
196
178
F
SED2-90/32X
1.1
1.5
54
4.2
3
B
SED2-1.1/35X
1.5
2
54
5.8
4
B
SED2-1.5/35X
2.2
3
54
7.5
5.9
B
SED2-2.2/35X
3
4
54
10
7.7
B
SED2-3/35X
4
5
54
12.8
10.2
B
SED2-4/35X
5.5
7.5
54
16.6
13.2
C
SED2-5.5/35X
7.5
10
54
24
18.4
C
SED2-7.5/35X
11
15
54
33.8
26
C
SED2-11/35X
15
20
54
42
32
C
SED2-15/35X
18.5
25
54
45.7
38
D
SED2-18.5/35X
22
30
54
50
45
D
SED2-22/35X
30
40
54
68
62
D
SED2-30/35X
37
50
54
83
75
E
SED2-37/35X
45
60
54
99
90
E
SED2-45/35X
55
75
54
121
110
F
SED2-55/35X
75
100
54
160
145
F
SED2-75/35X
90
125
54
196
178
F
SED2-90/35X
500V to 600V, ± 10%, 3 phase
Output power
(variable torque)
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current
3 phase
IP code
Max.
output
current
Frame
size
Part Number
kW
hp
IP
A
A
0.75
1
20
2
1.4
C
SED2-0.75/42X
1.1
1.5
20
2.5
2.1
C
SED2-1.1/42X
1.5
2
20
3.2
2.7
C
SED2-1.5/42X
2.2
3
20
4.4
3.9
C
SED2-2.2/42X
3
4
20
6.3
5.4
C
SED2-3/42X
4
5
20
6.9
6.1
C
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500V to 600V, ± 10%, 3 phase
Output power
(variable torque)
Max. input
current
3 phase
IP code
Max.
output
current
Frame
size
Part Number
kW
hp
IP
A
A
5.5
7.5
20
9.4
9
C
SED2-5.5/42X
7.5
10
20
12.6
11
C
SED2-7.5/42X
11
15
20
18.1
17
C
SED2-11/42X
15
20
20
24.9
22
C
SED2-15/42X
18.5
25
20
30
27
D
SED2-18.5/42X
22
30
20
35
32
D
SED2-22/42X
30
40
20
45
41
D
SED2-30/42X
37
50
20
57
52
E
SED2-37/42X
45
60
20
68
62
E
SED2-45/42X
55
75
20
85
77
F
SED2-55/42X
75
100
20
109
99
F
SED2-75/42X
90
125
20
138
125
F
SED2-90/42X
1.1
1.5
54
2.5
2.1
C
SED2-1.1/45X
1.5
2
54
3.2
2.7
C
SED2-1.5/45X
2.2
3
54
4.4
3.9
C
SED2-2.2/45X
3
4
54
6.3
5.4
C
SED2-3/45X
4
5
54
6.9
6.1
C
SED2-4/45X
5.5
7.5
54
9.4
9
C
SED2-5.5/45X
7.5
10
54
12.6
11
C
SED2-7.5/45X
11
15
54
18.1
17
C
SED2-11/45X
15
20
54
24.9
22
C
SED2-15/45X
18.5
25
54
30
27
D
SED2-18.5/45X
22
30
54
35
32
D
SED2-22/45X
30
40
54
45
41
D
SED2-30/45X
37
50
54
57
52
E
SED2-37/45X
45
60
54
68
62
E
SED2-45/45X
55
75
54
85
77
F
SED2-55/45X
75
100
54
109
99
F
SED2-75/45X
90
125
54
138
125
F
SED2-90/45X
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Options
Depending on the application, various options are available for the SED2.
Gland plate (FS A: SED2-GL-A, FS B: SED2-GL-B, FS C: SED2-GL-C):
The gland plate simplifies and improves connection of motor and control cables via conduit.
There are different gland plates depending on the frame size of the SED2.
Protective shield (FS A: SED2-DC-A, FS B: SED2-DC-B, FS C: SED2-DC-C,
FS D-E: SED2-DC-DE):
Use the protective shield for NEMA Type 1 rating, IP20 VFDs. The protective shield easily
mounts on the top of the SED2, frame sizes A through E.
Advanced Operator Panel (AOP) (SED2-AOP1):
Operator panel with multilingual and multi-line clear-text display that can be used instead of the
BOP. The AOP can be inserted on the SED2 or integrated in the front plate or the control panel
doors by means of a door kit.
BOP/AOP door mounting kit for control of one SED2 drive (SED2-DOOR-KIT1):
Used to mount the BOP or AOP in the control cabinet door. The set contains a BOP/AOP cable
adapter PCB, and an adapter for the SED2 that is inserted in the SED2 in place of the BOP or
AOP. The RS-232 serial interface and the power cables both connect to the adapters, which have
screwless connection terminals. The 4-conductor connection cable is not part of the mounting set.
BOP/AOP door mounting kit for control of multiple SED2 drives
(SED2-DOOR-KIT2):
The AOP communicates with several SED2 drives via RS-485 (USS protocol). This mounting set
allows for controlling several SED2 drives in a control panel by means of one AOP (mounted in
the control cabinet door). Thus, up to 31 SED2 drives can be controlled from one AOP.
The AOP interface PCB also contains a separate RS-232 interface. The SED2 uses this interface
to communicate with a PC. The cables are not included in the set.
PC – SED2 connection kit (SED2-PC-KIT):
This kit helps control or program the SED2 from a PC via the RS-232 serial interface by using
commissioning software. The set contains an RS-232 adapter card that is snapped on the SED2
in place of the AOP or BOP. The RS-485 interface is not used.
PC – AOP Kit (SED2-PC-AOP-KIT):
Allows for programming the AOP independent of the SED2 from a PC, or to download or upload
complete sets of parameters. The kit consists of a 3 m long cable and a power supply unit (to
supply power to the AOP). The kit does not include the AOP.
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Chapter 9 — SED2 Communications
Overview
The SED2 drives are a family of inverters that are built, sold, and serviced by Siemens Building
Technologies, Inc.- Adjustable Frequency Drives Group (SBT-Drives). Siemens Building
Technologies has a Protocol 1 (P1) communication driver, FLN connection, and point database
that is built into their drives and allows them to coexist on an APOGEE network with other floor
level network (FLN) devices.
The Siemens Building Technologies representative is responsible for proper configuration of the
drive for its primary application as well as field panel programming, to make use of the drive
functionality in the building automation system.
Chapter 9 describes how to access the SED2 from a field panel and how to use a SED2 as part
of a larger control scheme.
Using the Serial Interface
The serial interface uses an RS-485 two-wire connection. Up to 30 drives can connect on a single
RS-485 link, and drives can be addressed individually or with a broadcast message. This
configuration requires a separate master controller and the drives act as slaves.
Using a serial interface has several advantages:
•
Wiring can be greatly reduced.
•
Control functions can be changed without rewiring.
•
Parameters can be set up and changed via the interface.
•
Performance can be continuously monitored and controlled.
Working with Serial Communications
Introduction
This section describes the hardware aspects of the serial communications that are used with the
SED2. It does not discuss or detail the software protocols that are used or how to debug the
software. Software protocols are discussed later in this section.
RS-232 and RS-485 Serial Interfaces
Serial communications use carefully defined hardware and software protocols.
The software protocol defines the baud rate, word length, and meaning of the signal, and can be
defined by designers for their particular needs. Standards can also be specially developed, but
most users adopt an existing standard. Typical standards are RS-232 and RS-485. These
standards define voltages, impedance, etc. but not the software protocol.
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RS-232
Personal computers use the RS-232 standard for interfacing to a peripheral. When fully
implemented, it uses many interconnecting wires and protocols to exchange data. In its most
simple form, it consists of three wires: transmit, Tx; receive, Rx; and ground, GND. It allows
communications between two machines only over a short distance. The Tx line of one machine
connects to the Rx of another, and vice-versa. Voltage levels are typically +/- 12V.
RS-485
The RS-485 standard allows communications between many machines, has a high noise
immunity, and operates over long distances (up to 1000m, 3280 ft). It uses differential voltages,
switching between 0 and 5V. All Siemens drives use RS-485 hardware protocol and some offer
RS-232 interfaces as well.
Typical RS-485 Multi–drop Interface
Troubleshooting with RS-485
The following notes help understand hardware problems that occur with RS-485 systems and
Siemens drives.
•
RS-485 is used extensively during the testing of the SED2 in production, and is fully tested
before the drive is shipped.
•
Hardware problems with RS-485 are often associated with reversed polarity. It is essential to
connect P+ and N- correctly in all cases.
•
Termination resistors are recommended in industrial environments. A value of 120 ohms
between the P+ and N- inputs is recommended, and should mount to the drive farthest from
the controller. Occasionally, additional biasing resistors may be placed between P+ and 24V,
N- and 0V, but these are not usually necessary as the drives include internal biasing
resistors.
•
Always test an RS-485 system in the simplest configuration. For example, use a controller
with one drive and use the default address and baud rate.
•
Look at the bus with an oscilloscope. The drive will always respond to a valid message. This
means that the drive listens to the bus at all times, and will reply to all messages with the
correct identifier and Cyclic Redundancy Check (CRC). The only exception is the broadcast
message, which none of the drives answers.
•
Check the drive address. All drives on a bus must have unique addresses, even if they are in
local control. The drives will always reply to a valid message, even if serial control is not
enabled.
I/O, Point Database, and Parameters
Hardware Inputs and Outputs
For a complete list of SED2 hardware inputs and outputs, see other sections of this manual. The
field panel can access selected I/O to the SED2.
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Point Database
Table 8 provides point database information for Application 2722. For complete descriptions of
these points, see other sections of this Users Manual and the Parameter List.
For more information on installation, start-up, and programming, see other sections in this
manual.
Ordering Notes
All SED2 drives come standard with FLN (P1) integration available and no additional parts are
required.
FLN Connections:
•
P+ = Terminal 29
•
N- = Terminal 30
•
Do not terminate shield
Setting up Parameters for the SED2
Table 7 lists the parameters required for correct FLN communications and control of the SED2.
CAUTION:
Changes made to the parameters other than what is listed in Table 7 can result in
damaging the drive or building equipment.
Table 7. Set-up Parameters.
Parameter Number/Name
Value
P0003: User access Level
Set to 3 to allow access to required parameters.
P2040: CB telegram off time
Set to 0 (watchdog disabled) to tell the SED2 to start looking for
communication via the setting of P2041.
P2041 (index 0): CB parameter
Set to 1 for FLN (P1) control.
(Set to 2 for FLN (N2) control.)
P0918: CB address
Set to 99 for (P1) addressing of the device.
(Set to 3 for (N2) addressing of the device.)
Unit must be powered down to establish P1 communications,
and then the address is assigned.
The address will go back to the default of 99 when the drive is
powered down.
P0700 (index 0)
Set to 6 tells the SED2 to look for a start command from P1 in
the auto mode.
P1000 (index 0)
Set to 6 tells the SED2 to look for its speed source from P1 in the
auto mode.
Since there is a limited life to EEPROM writes, set the Network Fault Indicator to 0 only when
troubleshooting a communications problem.
If a factory reset of parameters is desired set P0010 to 30 then set P0970 to 1.
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Verifying Parameters
After the SED2 setup, verify the parameters by performing the following steps using the drive
keypad:
1. Press P.
2. r0000 should display. Use ž and to scroll to the appropriate parameter.
3. Press P to view the value of the parameter.
4. Use ž and to scroll to the appropriate value for the parameter.
5. Return to the display readout by pressing Fn and then P.
Using the SED2 with SBT (P1)
The SED2 controls the speed of fans, pumps, and other equipment. The following strategies
achieve the required control sequence. The field panel commands other tasks and functions
specific to the SED2.
Strategies for FLN (P1)
Monitoring – Several SED2 parameters are available for monitoring purposes. These include
both binary and analog data.
•
FREQ OUTPUT (Point 3); the output frequency of the SED2 in Hz
•
SPEED (Point 5); the SED2 output speed in RPM
•
CURRENT (Point 6); the output current of the SED2 in amps
•
TORQUE (Point 7); torque in percentage of nominal torque
•
DC BUS VOLTS (Point 13); the DC bus voltage of the SED2
•
RATED POWER (Point 16); the motors rated power
•
OUTPUT VOLTS (Point 17); the output voltage applied to the motor
•
ENABLED (Point 27); the SED2 is ready to run or disabled
•
READY TO RUN (Point 28); the ready status of the SED2
•
FREQ REFERENCE (Point 51); percent of the SED2 speed setting
•
LAST FAULT (Point 90); last fault code that occurred
•
1st, 2nd & 3rd FAULT (Points 91 to 93); the three faults that occurred before the last fault
In addition to the above, ADDESS (Point 1), APPLICATION (Point 2), TIME (Point 20),
DAYNIGHT (Point 29), and OVRD and ERROR STATUS (Point 99) are supported by and comply
with FLN requirements.
Unbundle these points for monitoring or use them in various control strategies. For a detailed
description of these drive parameters, see other sections in this User Manual.
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Additional display points on the SED2 drive that may be of use:
•
INVERTER VER (Point 83); the SED2 firmware version number
•
DRIVEMODEL (Point 84); the STB drive model number
Supervisory Control – This is the most typical application. The sensor for the control variable
(water temperature) is hard-wired to the SED2 and the built-in SED2 control loop (PI loop macro
must be enabled during drive setup) modulates the control device (fan). Change Point 64
(Parameter P2200) to 1 to enable PID control. When using the SED2 PID mode, you will need to
program other parameters depending on the application circumstances. These parameters
include PID system gain, integral, and differential adjustment to stabilize the PID control system
for the application. Set these parameters during SED2 commissioning. For examples of the PID
loop macro, see other sections in this User Manual.
When using this strategy, the point to unbundle and command for the setpoint is FREQ REF
(Point 51). FREQ REF (Point 51) has a slope of 0.006103516, which corresponds to a value of
16384 (4000h)=100%.
Unbundle PI FEEDBACK (Point 60) to monitor the control variable (water temperature). These
points are provided with units of percent, where 0% and 100% correspond to the range of the
sensor that measures the control variable. Therefore, if you want to read in the proper units of the
controlled variable (such as degrees Fahrenheit, WC), unbundle the setpoint with the appropriate
slope and intercept from the point database:
New Slope =
=
(Desired Range) × (Slope of Existing Point)
Range of Existing Point
(60 - 0 HZ) × (0.01)
100 - 0 %
= 0.006
The new intercept equals the lowest value of the desired range.
Example: The following example illustrates this conversion procedure.
You are controlling water temperature from a cooling tower using the SED2 to control a fan. The
temperature sensor has a range of 30 to 250 degrees Fahrenheit.
To unbundle the setpoint (FREQ REF), for commanding in degrees Fahrenheit, where 0 to 60 Hz
is equal to 30 to 250 degrees Fahrenheit:
New Intercept = 30 (the temperature that corresponds to 0%)
New Slope = (Desired Range) × (Slope of Existing Point)
Range of Existing Point
= (250 - 30 degrees Fahrenheit) × (0.006103516) = 0.01343
100 - 0%
To unbundle the feedback (PI FEEDBACK) for monitoring in degrees Fahrenheit:
New Intercept = 30
New Slope = (Desired Range) × (Slope of Existing Point)
Range of Existing Point
= (250 - 30 degrees Fahrenheit) × (0.01) = 0.022
100 - 0%
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Slaving the Drive
CAUTION:
This strategy is not normally recommended because you are using the network
communications to close the loop. Delays due to network traffic can cause control to
be degraded or lost, and depending on the setup of the drive, if there is a problem
with the network, the drive may cause physical damage to the HVAC system by
winding up to its maximum or dropping off to its minimum speed.
Other Functionality
Enable any of the following functions during SED2 startup.
Enable the drive to run – RUN ENABLE (Point 35) commands the drive to disable or enable
operation. If commanded OFF, the drive will coast to a stop. If commanded ON, the drive can turn
on. This function is typically used for safety.
NOTE:
RUN ENABLE (Point 35) commands the drive to enable or disable operation. READY
TO RUN (Point 28) indicates whether the drive is in the Ready or Off state. ENABLED
(Point 27) indicates whether drive operation is enabled. To run the motor from P1,
enable RUN ENABLE (Point 35), start CMD START (Point 24), and set the drive
CONTROL MODE (Point 26) to either the Local or Serial control mode.
Drive speed setting – FREQ REF (Point 51) can be set from 0 to 100 percent of the drive speed.
FREQ ACTUAL (Point 52) and FREQ MAX (Point 53) are settings that can be monitored.
Start and stop the drive – CMD STP.STRT (Point 24) commands the drive to start or stop
(1=START, 0=STOP). READY TO RUN (Point 28) shows the current status of the drive. STOP
RUN (Point 23) monitors the current running status of the motor (0=STOPPED, 1=RUNNING).
WDOGTIME – Sets the time interval in which P1 communication must take place between
WDOGTIME (Point 80) of the SED2 and the FLN. If no communication occurs during this time, a
WDOGTIME fault registers (F070). Watchdog set to 0 disables the watchdog.
Change drive directions – CMD FWD.REV (Point 22) commands the drive to change direction.
FWD.REV (Point 21) shows the current direction of the drive rotation.
CAUTION:
Changing drive directions while the controlled equipment is moving can damage
HVAC equipment.
Switch between hand and auto modes – SEL HND.AUTO (Point 34) changes drive operation
between hand and auto modes. The actual source in each mode is set in the SED2 programming.
Digital Inputs – Use DIGITAL IN 1 through DIGITAL IN 6 (Points 71 through 76) to monitor the
status of the SED2 digital inputs from the field panel. This is useful when the SED2 is
programmed for control of drive functions (start/stop, fault reset, off, etc.) via the SED2 control
terminal strip. Over the P1 serial link, you can monitor a control sequence that requires receipt of
a contact closure on the SED2 terminal strip.
Digital Outputs – RELAY OUT 1 (Point 40) and RELAY OUT 2 (Point 41) are physical DOs on
the SED2 and can be monitored to confirm drive status. Their purpose depends on how the drive
has been set up. The drive can be programmed so that these points can display various limits,
warnings, and status conditions. Some examples include frequency limit, over current, and motor
over temperature fault.
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Analog Inputs – Use ANALOG IN 1 (Point 45) and Analog IN 2 (Point 46) to monitor the status
of the drives analog inputs (4 to 20 mA) from the field panel. For example, the chilled water
feedback could be sent to the field panel, calculations performed, and the chilled water valve
control command could be sent from the field panel through the drive and control the drive analog
output over ANALOG OUT 1 (Point 47).
Analog Outputs – Use ANALOG OUT 1 (Point 47) and ANALOG OUT 2 (Point 48) to control an
output (4 to 20 mA) from the field panel.
Loop gains – P GAIN (Point 61), I GAIN (Point 62), and D GAIN (Point 63) are gain parameters
similar to the P and I gains in the APOGEE TECs. The Siemens Building Technologies
representative must program the actual P and I gain constants through the SED2 drive.
Address limitations – Set CRLR ADDRESS (Point 1) to any value from 0 through 99. The
default value for this point is 99.
Table 8. Point Database for Application 2722.
Engr.
Units
(SI
Units)
Factory
Default
(SI Units)
Slope
(SI
Units)
Point
Number
Point
Type
01
LAO
CTLR
ADDRESS
99
-
1
0
-
-
02
LAO
APPLICATION
2722
-
1
0
-
-
{03}
LAI
FREQ
OUTPUT
0
HZ
.04
-650
-
-
{05}
LAI
SPEED
0
RPM
1
-16250
-
-
{06}
LAI
CURRENT
0
A
0.5
0
-
-
{07}
LAI
TORQUE
0
NM
.02
-3250
-
-
{08}
LAI
ACTUAL
POWER
0
HP/KW
.01
0
-
-
{09}
LAI
TOTAL KWH
0
KWH
1
0
-
-
{13}
LAI
DC BUS VOLT
0
V
1
0
-
-
{14}
LAI
REFERENCE
0
HZ
.04
-650
-
-
{16}
LAI
RATED PWR
0
HP/KW
.01
0
-
-
{17}
LAI
OUTPUT
VOLTS
0
V
1
0
-
-
20
LAO
OVRD TIME
1
HRS
1
0
-
-
{21}
LDI
FWD.REV
FWD
-
1
0
REV
FWD
{22}
LDO
CMD
FWD.REV
FWD
-
1
0
REV
FWD
{23}
LDI
STOP.RUN
STOP
-
1
0
RUN
STOP
{24}
LDO
CMD
STP.STRT
STOP
-
1
0
START
STOP
{25}
LDI
AT MAX
FREQ
NO
-
1
0
MAX
NO
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Table 8. Point Database for Application 2722.
Engr.
Units
(SI
Units)
Factory
Default
(SI Units)
Slope
(SI
Units)
Point
Number
Point
Type
{26}
LDI
CONTROL
MODE
SERIAL
-
1
0
SERIAL
LOCAL
{27}
LDI
ENABLED
OFF
-
1
0
ENABLED
OFF
{28}
LDI
READY TO
RUN
OFF
-
1
0
READY
OFF
{29}
LDO
DAY.NIGHT
DAY
-
1
0
NIGHT
DAY
30
LAO
CURRENT
LIM
1400
PCT
.1
10
-
-
31
LAO
ACCEL TIME
1
500
SEC
.02
0
-
-
32
LAO
DECEL TIME
1
500
SEC
.02
0
-
-
34
LDO
SEL
HND.AUTO
AUTO
-
1
0
AUTO
HAND
{35}
LDO
RUN ENABLE
ENABLE
-
1
0
ENABLE
OFF
40
LDO
DIGITAL OUT
1
OFF
-
1
0
ON
OFF
41
LDO
DIGITAL OUT
2
OFF
-
1
0
ON
OFF
{45}
LAI
ANALOG IN 1
0
PCT
.1
-300
-
-
{46}
LAI
ANALOG IN 2
0
PCT
.1
-300
-
-
{47}
LAI
ANALOG OUT
1
0
PCT
.1
-100
-
-
{48}
LAI
ANALOG OUT
2
0
PCT
.1
-100
-
-
{51}
LAO
FREQ REF
0
PCT
0.0061
0
-
-
{52}
LA1
FREQ
ACTUAL
0
PCT
0.0122
-100
-
-
53
LAO
FREQ MAX
2450
HZ
0.02
1
-
-
{55}
LAO
PID SETP
REF
8602
PCT
0.0244
-200
-
-
{56}
LAI
PID SETP
OUT
0
PCT
0.0122
-100
-
-
57
LAO
PID UP LMT
12288
PCT
0.0244
-200
-
-
58
LAO
PID LO LMT
8192
PCT
0.0244
-200
-
-
{59}
LAI
PID OUTPUT
0
PCT
0.0122
-100
-
-
{60}
LAI
PI FEEDBACK
0
PCT
0.0122
-100
-
-
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(SI Units)
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Table 8. Point Database for Application 2722.
Engr.
Units
(SI
Units)
Factory
Default
(SI Units)
Slope
(SI
Units)
Point
Number
Point
Type
61
LAI
P GAIN
0
PCT
0.002
0
-
-
62
LAI
I GAIN
0
PCT
2
0
-
-
63
LAI
D GAIN
0
PCT
2
0
-
-
64
LDO
ENABLE PID
0
-
1
0
ON
OFF
66
LAI
FEEDBK GAIN
0
PCT
0.02
0
-
-
68
LAI
LOW PASS
0
0.01
0
-
-
{71}
LDI
DIGITAL IN 1
0
-
1
0
ON
OFF
{72}
LDI
DIGITAL IN 2
0
-
1
0
ON
OFF
{73}
LDI
DIGITAL IN 3
0
-
1
0
ON
OFF
{74}
LDI
DIGITAL IN 4
0
-
1
0
ON
OFF
{75}
LDI
DIGITAL IN 5
0
-
1
0
ON
OFF
{76}
LDI
DIGITAL IN 6
0
-
1
0
ON
OFF
80
LAO
WDOG TIME
0
10
0
-
-
83
LAI
INVERTER
VER
0
-
0.01
0
-
-
84
LAI
DRIVE
MODEL
0
-
1
0
-
-
{90}
LAI
LAST FAULT
0
-
1
0
-
-
{91}
LAI
1ST FAULT
0
-
1
0
-
-
{92}
LAI
2ST FAULT
0
-
1
0
-
-
{93}
LAI
3ST FAULT
0
-
1
0
-
-
{94}
LDI
OKFAULT
0
-
1
0
FAULT
OK
{95}
LDO
FAULT ACK
0
-
1
0
ON
OFF
{96}
LDI
WARNING
0
-
1
0
WARN
OK
{97}
LAI
LAST
WARNING
0
-
1
0
-
-
{99}
LAO
ERROR
STATUS
0
-
1
0
-
-
Descriptor
Intercept
(SI Units)
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Text
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1. Points not listed are not used in this application.
2. A single value in a column means that the value is the same in English units and in SI
units.
3. Point numbers that appear in brackets { } may be unbundled at the field panel.
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Table 9. Point Cross Reference to the SED2 Drive.
Point Number
Descriptor
Parameter
01
CTLR ADDRESS
SBT
02
APPLICATION
SBT
03
FREQ OUTPUT
r0021
05
SPEED
Calculated based on P0311
06
CURRENT
roo27
07
TORQUE
r0031
08
ACTUAL POWER
r0032
09
TOTAL KWH
r0039
13
DC BUS VOLT
r0026
14
REFERENCE
r0020
16
RATED PWR
P0307
17
OUTPUT VOLTS
r0025
21
FWD.REV
r0054 bit 11
22
CMD FWD.REV
P0842(2)
23
STOP.RUN
r0019 bit 1
24
CMD STP.STRT
P0840(2)
26
CONTROL MODE
P0700(2)
27
ENABLED
r0052 bit 0
28
READY TO RUN
r0052 bit 1
29
DAY.NIGHT
SBT
30
CURRENT LIM
r0067
31
ACCEL TIME 1
read P1120
32
DECEL TIME 1
read P1121
34
SEL HND.AUTO(reference)
P1000(2)
35
RUN ENABLE
r0052 bit 0
40
DIGITAL OUT 1
P0731(2) read at r0747
41
DIGITAL OUT 2
P0732(2) read at r0747
45
ANALOG IN 1
r754(0)
46
ANALOG IN 2
r754(1)
51
FREQ REF
r754(0)
52
FREQ ACTUAL
r0754(0)
53
FREQ MAX
P1082
55
PID SETP REF
r754(0)
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Table 9. Point Cross Reference to the SED2 Drive.
Point Number
Descriptor
Parameter
56
PID SETP OUT
r2294
57
PID UP LMT
P2291
58
PID LO LMT
P2292
59
PID OUTPUT
r2294
60
PI FEEDBACK
r2272
61
P GAIN
P2280
62
I GAIN
P2285
63
D GAIN
P2274
64
ENABLE PID
P2200
66
FEEDBK GAIN
P2269
71
DIGITAL IN 1
r0722 bit 0
72
DIGITAL IN 2
r0722 bit 1
73
DIGITAL IN 3
r0722 bit 2
74
DIGITAL IN 4
r0722 bit 3
75
DIGITAL IN 5
r0722 bit 4
76
DIGITAL IN 6
r0722 bit 5
83
INVERTER VER
r0018
90
LAST FAULT
r0947(0)
91
1st FAULT
r0947(1)
92
2nd FAULT
r0947(2)
93
3rd FAULT
r0947(3)
94
FAULT
r0052 bit 3
95
FAULT ACK
r0054 bit 7
96
WARNING
r0052 bit 7
97
LAST WARNING
r2110 (0)
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N2 Bus Connections
The connections for the N2 network (Table 10) are located on the terminal block.
Table 10. N2 Bus Connections.
Terminal Pin No.
Terminal Name
N2 Bus Connection
29
P+
N2+
30
N-
N2-
28
Iso 0V
Ref
N2 Implementation Notes
1. Overriding of AI and BI points is not supported. Overrides of AI and BI points are
acknowledged, but the Override Value is ignored and the Override Flag is not set.
2. Out of range values on Overrides of AO, ADI, and ADF points are NAK’d.
3. Certain ADI and ADF points contain read-only values and cannot be overridden. Table 11
lists these particular points. Overrides of these ADI and ADF points are acknowledged, but
the Override Value is ignored and the Override Flag is not set.
4. When an Override is released, the point value remains at the current Override value and
does not revert back to its value prior to the Override. This pertains to all point types.
N2 Point Map
Table 11. N2 Point Map.
Point
Number
Name
Default
Value
Units
Notes
On Text
Off
Text
SED2 Ref.
Or Range
AI1
FREQ OUTPUT
0
HZ
No Override
-650.00 to 650.00
r0024
AI2
SPEED
0
RPM
No Override
-16250 to 16250
r0022
AI3
CURRENT
0
A
No Override
0 to 1638.35
r0027
AI4
TORQUE
0
NM
No Override
-3250.0 to 3250.0
r0031
AI5
DC BUS VOLTS
0
V
No Override
0 to 32767
r0026
AI6
REFERENCE
0
HZ
No Override
-650.00 to 650.00
r0020
AI7
OUTPUT VOLTS
0
V
No Override
0 to 32767
r0025
AI8
ANALOG IN 1
0
PCT
No Override
-300.0 to 300.0
r0754/0
AI9
ANALOG IN 2
0
PCT
No Override
-300.0 to 300.0
r0754/1
AI10
PI FEEDBACK
0
PCT
No Override
-100.0 to 100.0
r2266
AI11
ANALOG OUT 1
0
PCT
No Override
-100.0 to 100.0
r0774/0
AI12
ANALOG OUT 2
0
PCT
No Override
-100.0 to 100.0
r0774/1
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Table 11. N2 Point Map.
Point
Number
Name
Default
Value
Units
Notes
On Text
Off
Text
SED2 Ref.
Or Range
AI13
PID SETP OUT
0
PCT
No Override
-100.0 to 100.0
r2250
AI14
PID OUTPUT
0
PCT
No Override
-100.0 to 100.0
r2294
AI15
ACTUAL PWR
0
KW
No Override
0 to 327.67
r0032
AI16
TOTAL KWH
0
KWH
No Override
0 to 32767
r0039
AI17
FREQ ACTUAL
0
PCT
No Override
-100.00 to 100.00
HIW
AO1
FREQ REF
0
PCT
0.00 to 100.00
HSW
BI1
ENABLED
0
--
No Override
ON
OFF
ZSW:0
BI2
READY TO RUN
0
--
No Override
READY
OFF
ZSW:1
BI3
STOP RUN
0
--
No Override
RUN
STOP
ZSW:2
BI4
AT MAX FREQ
0
--
No Override
MAX
NO
ZSW:10
BI5
CONTROL MODE
1
--
No Override
SERIAL
LOCAL
ZSW:9
BI6
FAULT
0
--
No Override
FAULT
OK
ZSW:3
BI7
WARNING
0
--
No Override
WARN
OK
ZSW:7
BI8
DIGITAL IN 1
0
--
No Override
ON
OFF
r0722:0
BI9
DIGITAL IN 2
0
--
No Override
ON
OFF
r0722:1
BI10
DIGITAL IN 3
0
--
No Override
ON
OFF
r0722:2
BI11
DIGITAL IN 4
0
--
No Override
ON
OFF
r0722:3
BI12
DIGITAL IN 5
0
--
No Override
ON
OFF
r0722:4
BI13
DIGITAL IN 6
0
--
No Override
ON
OFF
r0722:5
BI14
FWD REV
0
--
No Override
FWD
REV
ZSW:14
BO1
CMD START
0
--
START
STOP
STW:0
BO2
RUN ENABLE
1
--
ENABLE
OFF
STW:3
BO3
FAULT ACK
0
--
ON
OFF
STW:7
BO4
HAND AUTO
0
--
HAND
AUTO
P0718
BO5
DIGITAL OUT 1
0
--
ON
OFF
P0731
BO6
DIGITAL OUT 2
0
--
ON
OFF
P0733
BO7
CMD FWD REV
0
--
REV
FWD
STW:11
BO8
ENABLE PID
0
--
ON
OFF
P2200
ADF1
ACCEL TIME 1
10.00
SEC
0.00 to 650.00
P1120
ADF2
DECEL TIME 1
10.00
SEC
0.00 to 650.00
P1121
ADF3
CURRENT LMT
150.0
PCT
10.0 to 400.0
P0640
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Point
Number
Name
Default
Value
Units
Notes
On Text
Off
Text
SED2 Ref.
Or Range
ADF4
P GAIN
3.000
--
0.000 to 65.000
P2280
ADF5
I GAIN
0
SEC
0.000 to 60.000
P2285
ADF6
D GAIN
0
--
0.000 to 60.000
P2274
ADF7
FEEDBK GAIN
100.00
PCT
0.00 to 500.00
P2269
ADF8
LOW PASS
0
--
0.00 to 60.00
P2265
ADF9
PID SETP REF
0
PCT
-200.0 to 200.0
P2240
ADF10
PID UP LMT
100.0
PCT
-200.0 to 200.0
P2291
ADF11
PID LO LMT
0
PCT
-200.0 to 200.0
P2292
ADF12
FREQ MAX
50.00
HZ
1.00 to 650.00
P2000
ADF13
RATED PWR
0
KW
Read Only
0 to 327.67
r0206
ADF14
INVERTER VER
0
--
Read Only
0.00 to 327.67
r0018
ADI1
WDOG TIME
0
MS
9999
P2040
ADI2
DRIVE MODEL
0
--
Read Only
0 to 32767
r0200
ADI3
LAST FAULT
0
--
Read Only
0 to 32767
r0947
ADI4
1ST FAULT
0
--
Read Only
0 to 32767
r0947
ADI5
2ND FAULT
0
--
Read Only
0 to 32767
r0947
ADI6
3RD FAULT
0
--
Read Only
0 to 32767
r0947
ADI7
LAST WARNING
0
--
Read Only
0 to 32767
r2110
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Appendix A: Parameter Reference List
Appendix A: Parameter Reference List
P0004 Parameter Filters/Categories
Quick Commissioning (P0010=1)
Parameter
r0000
P0003
P0010
P0100
P0304
P0305
P0307
P0308
P0309
P0310
P0311
P0640
P0700
P1000
P1080
P1082
P1120
P1121
P3900
Description
Drive display (defined in
P0005)
User access level to
parameters
Commissioning parameter
filter
Europe/North America power
settings [kW or hp]
Rated motor voltage
Rated motor current
Rated motor power
Rated motor cosPhi
Rated motor efficiency
Rated motor frequency
Rated motor speed
Motor overload factor [%]
Selection of command source
Selection of frequency
setpoint
Min. Frequency
Max. Frequency
Ramp-up time
Ramp-down time
End of quick commissioning
Unit
User
Setting
Min
Default
Access
Level
Max
-
-
-
-
X
-
0
1
4
1
-
0
0
30
1
-
0
0
2
1
V
A
%
Hz
1/min
%
-
10
0.01
0.01
0.000
0.0
12.00
0
10.0
0
0
230
3.25
0.75
0.000
0.0
50.00 or 60.00
0
150.0
2
2
2000
10000.00
2000.00
1.000
99.9
650.00
40000
400.0
6
77
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
1
1
Hz
Hz
s
s
-
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0
0.00
50.00
10.00
10.00
0
650.00
650.00
650.00
650.00
3
1
1
1
1
1
Inverter Unit (P0004=2)
Parameter
r0000
P0003
P0004
P0010
r0018
r0026
r0039
P0040
r0200
r0206
r0207
r0208
r0209
P1800
r1801
Description
Drive display (defined in
P0005)
User access level to
parameters
Parameter filter
Commissioning parameter
filter
Firmware version
CO: Act. DC link output
voltage
CO: Energy consumption
meter
Reset energy consumption
meter
Act. power stack code number
Rated inverter power [kW]/[hp]
Rated inverter current
Rated inverter voltage
Maximum inverter current
Pulse frequency
CO: Act. switching frequency
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Setting
Min
Default
Access
Level
Max
-
-
-
-
X
-
0
1
4
1
-
0
0
0
0
22
30
1
1
V
-
-
-
1
2
kWh
-
-
-
2
-
0
0
1
2
A
V
A
kHz
kHz
2
-
4
-
16
-
3
2
2
2
2
2
3
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Parameter
P1820
Description
Reverse output phase
sequence
Unit
User
Setting
-
Min
0
Default
0
Access
Level
Max
1
2
Motor Data (P0004=3)
Parameter
r0000
P0003
P0004
P0010
r0035
P0304
P0305
P0307
P0308
P0309
P0310
P0311
r0313
P0340
P0350
r0395
P0601
P0610
P0640
P1910
r1912
Description
Drive display (defined in
P0005)
User access level to
parameters
Parameter filter
Commissioning parameter
filter
CO: Act. Motor temperature
Rated motor voltage
Rated motor current
Rated motor power
Rated motor cosPhi
Rated motor efficiency
Rated motor frequency
Rated motor speed
Motor pole pairs
Calculation of motor
parameters
Stator resistance (line-to-line)
CO: Total stator resistance
[%]
Motor temp. sensor
Motor I2t temperature reaction
Motor overload factor [%]
Select motor data
identification
Identified stator resistance
Unit
User
Setting
Min
Default
Access
Level
Max
-
-
-
-
X
-
0
1
4
1
-
0
0
0
0
22
30
1
1
°C
V
A
%
Hz
1/min
-
10
0.01
0.01
0.000
0.0
12.00
0
0
230
3.25
0.75
0.000
0.0
50.00 or 60.00
0
0
2000
10000.00
2000.00
1.000
99.9
650.00
40000
4
2
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
3
2
ohm
%
0.00001
-
4.0
-
2000.0
-
2
3
%
ohm
0
0
10.0
0
0
2
150.0
0
2
2
400.0
20
3
3
2
2
-
-
-
-
2
Commands and Digital I/O (P0004=7)
Parameter
r0000
r0002
P0003
P0004
P0010
r0019
r0050
r0052
r0053
r0054
r0055
P0700
P0701
P0702
P0703
P0704
P0705
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Description
Drive display (defined in
P0005)
Drive state (actual)
User access level to
parameters
Parameter filter
Commissioning parameter
filter
CO/BO: BOP control word
CO: Active command data set
CO/BO: Act. status word 1
CO/BO: Act. status word 2
CO/BO: Act. control word 1
CO/BO: Add. act. control word
Selection of command source
Function of digital input 1
Function of digital input 2
Function of digital input 3
Function of digital input 4
Function of digital input 5
Unit
User
Setting
Min
Default
Access
Level
Max
-
-
-
-
X
-
0
1
4
2
1
-
0
0
0
0
22
30
1
1
-
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
1
12
9
15
15
6
99
99
99
99
99
3
2
2
2
3
3
1
2
2
2
2
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Parameter
P0706
P0707
P0708
P0718
r0722
P0725
P0731
P0732
r0747
P0748
P0809
P0810
P1020
P1021
P1022
P1023
P1026
P1028
P1110
P1140
P1141
P1142
P1230
P1270
P2220
P2221
P2222
P2223
P2226
P2228
Description
Function of digital input 6
Function of digital input 7
Function of digital input 8
CO/BO: Hand/Auto
CO/BO: Binary input values
PNP/NPN digital inputs
BI: Function of digital output 1
BI: Function of digital output 2
CO/BO: State of digital
outputs
Invert digital outputs
Copy Command Data Set
BI: CDS bit 0 (Local/Remote)
BI: Fixed freq. selection Bit 0
BI: Fixed freq. selection Bit 1
BI: Fixed freq. selection Bit 2
BI: Fixed freq. selection Bit 3
BI: Fixed freq. selection Bit 4
BI: Fixed freq. selection Bit 5
BI: Inhibit neg. freq. Setpoint
BI: RFG enable
RFG status
RFG enable
BI: Enable DC braking
BI: Enable essential service
BI: Fixed PID setp. select Bit 0
BI: Fixed PID setp. select Bit 1
BI: Fixed PID setp. select Bit 2
BI: Fixed PID setp. select Bit 3
BI: Fixed PID setp. select Bit 4
BI: Fixed PID setp. select Bit 5
Unit
User
Setting
Min
Default
Access
Level
Max
-
0
0
0
0
0
0.0
0.0
-
15
0
0
0
1
52.3
52.7
-
99
99
99
1
1
4000.0
4000.0
-
2
2
2
2
2
3
2
2
3
-
0
0
0:0
0:0
0:0
0:0
0:0
0:0
0:0
0:0
0.00
0.00
0.00
0:0
0:0
0:0
0:0
0:0
0:0
0:0
0:0
0
0
718:0
0:0
0:0
0:0
0:0
722:4
722:5
0:0
1.0
1.0
1.0
0:0
0:0
0:0
0:0
0:0
0:0
722:4
722:4
7
2
4095:0
4000:0
4000:0
4000:0
4000:0
4000:0
4000:0
4000:0
4000.0
4000.0
4000.0
4000:0
4000:0
4000:0
4000:0
4000:0
4000:0
4000:0
4000:0
3
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
Analogue I/O (P0004=8)
Parameter
r0000
P0003
P0004
P0010
P0501
r0752
P0753
r0754
r0755
P0756
P0757
P0758
P0759
P0760
P0761
Description
Drive display (defined in
P0005)
User access level to
parameters
Parameter filter
Commissioning parameter
filter
Type of sensor
Act. input of ADC [V] or [mA]
Smooth time ADC
Act. ADC value after scaling
[%]
CO: Act. ADC after scaling
[4000h]
Type of ADC
Value x1 of ADC scaling
[V/mA]
Value y1 of ADC scaling
Value x2 of ADC scaling
[V/mA]
Value y2 of ADC scaling
Width of ADC deadband
[V/mA]
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User
Setting
Min
Default
Access
Level
Max
-
-
-
-
X
-
0
1
4
1
-
0
0
0
0
22
30
1
1
ms
%
0
0
-
0
3
-
51
10000
-
2
2
3
2
-
-
-
-
2
-
0
50.0
0
0
5
150.0
2
2
%
-
-99999.9
50.0
0.0
150.0
99999.9
150.0
2
2
%
-
-99999.9
0
100.0
0
99999.9
150.0
2
2
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Parameter
P0771
P0773
r0774
P0776
P0777
P0778
P0779
P0780
P0781
Description
CI: DAC
Smooth time DAC
Act. DAC value [V] or [mA]
Type of DAC
Value x1 of DAC scaling
Value y1 of DAC scaling
Value x2 of DAC scaling
Value y2 of DAC scaling
Width of DAC deadband
Unit
User
Setting
ms
%
%
-
Min
0:0
0
0
-99999.0
0
-99999.0
0
0
Default
21:0
2
1
0.0
0
100.0
20
0
Access
Level
Max
4000:0
1000
1
99999.0
20
99999.0
20
20
2
3
2
3
2
2
2
2
2
Setpoint Channel and Ramp Generator (P0004=10)
Parameter
r0000
P0003
P0004
P0010
P1000
P1001
P1002
P1003
P1004
P1005
P1006
P1007
P1008
P1009
P1010
P1011
P1012
P1013
P1014
P1015
P1016
P1017
P1018
P1019
r1024
P1025
P1027
P1031
P1032
P1040
r1050
r1078
P1080
P1082
P1091
P1092
P1093
P1094
P1101
94
Description
Drive display (defined in
P0005)
User access level to
parameters
Parameter filter
Commissioning parameter
filter
Selection of frequency
setpoint
Fixed frequency 1
Fixed frequency 2
Fixed frequency 3
Fixed frequency 4
Fixed frequency 5
Fixed frequency 6
Fixed frequency 7
Fixed frequency 8
Fixed frequency 9
Fixed frequency 10
Fixed frequency 11
Fixed frequency 12
Fixed frequency 13
Fixed frequency 14
Fixed frequency 15
Fixed frequency mode-Bit 0
Fixed frequency mode-Bit 1
Fixed frequency mode-Bit 2
Fixed frequency mode-Bit 3
CO: Act. fixed frequency
Fixed frequency mode – Bit 4
Fixed frequency mode – Bit 5
Setpoint memory of the MOP
Inhibit reverse direction of
MOP
Setpoint of the MOP
CO: Act. Output freq. of the
MOP
CO: Total frequency setpoint
Min. Frequency
Max. Frequency
Skip frequency 1
Skip frequency 2
Skip frequency 3
Skip frequency 4
Skip frequency bandwidth
Unit
User
Setting
Min
Default
Access
Level
Max
-
-
-
-
X
-
0
1
4
1
-
0
0
0
0
22
30
1
1
-
0
2
77
1
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
-
-650.0
-650.0
-650.0
-650.0
-650.0
-650.0
-650.0
-650.0
-650.0
-650.0
-650.0
-650.0
-650.0
-650.0
-650.0
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
1
650.00
650.00
650.00
650.00
650.00
650.00
650.00
650.00
650.00
650.00
650.00
650.00
650.00
650.00
650.00
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
2
Hz
-
-650.00
-
5.00
-
650.00
-
2
3
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
50.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
2.00
650.00
650.00
650.00
650.00
650.00
650.00
10.00
3
1
1
3
3
3
3
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Parameter
P1120
P1121
P1135
Description
Ramp-up time
Ramp-down time
OFF3 ramp-down time
Unit
User
Setting
s
s
s
Min
Default
0.00
0.00
0.00
10.00
10.00
5.00
Access
Level
Max
650.00
650.00
650.00
1
1
2
Drive Features (P0004=12)
Parameter
r0000
P0003
P0004
P0005
P0006
P0010
P0011
P0012
P0013
P1200
P1202
P1203
P1210
P1211
P1212
P1213
P1232
P1233
P1236
P1240
P1260
P1261
P1262
P1263
P1264
P1265
P1266
Description
Drive display (defined in
P0005)
User access level to
parameters
Parameter filter
Display selection for r0000
Display mode for r0000
Commissioning parameter
filter
Lock for user-defined
parameter
Key for user-defined
parameter
User-defined parameter
Flying start
Motor-current: Flying start
Search rate: Flying start
Automatic restart
Number of restart attempts
Time to first restart
Restart time increment
DC braking current
Duration of DC braking
Compound braking current
Configuration of Vdc controller
Source of changeover
Contactor control word
Bypass dead time
De-bypass time
Bypass time
Mains frequency
Bypass command
Unit
User
Setting
Min
Default
Access
Level
Max
-
-
-
-
X
-
0
1
4
1
-
0
2
0
0
0
21
2
0
22
2294
4
30
1
2
3
1
-
0
0
65535
3
-
0
0
65535
3
%
%
s
s
%
s
%
-
0
0
50
50
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
12.00
0:0
0
0
100
100
1
3
30
30
100
0
0
1
0
1.000
1.000
1.0
50.0
0:0
65535
6
200
200
5
10
1000
1000
250
250
250
3
7
20.000
300.0
300.0
650.0
4000.0
3
2
3
3
2
3
2
2
2
2
2
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Motor Control (P0004=13)
Parameter
r0000
P0003
P0004
P0010
r0020
r0021
r0022
r0024
r0025
r0027
r0031
Description
Drive display (defined in
P0005)
User access level to
parameters
Parameter filter
Commissioning parameter
filter
CO: Act. frequency setpoint
CO: Act. frequency
Act. Rotor speed
CO: Act. output frequency
CO: Act. output voltage
CO: Act. output current
Actual torque
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Unit
User
Setting
Min
Default
Access
Level
Max
-
-
-
-
X
-
0
1
4
1
-
0
0
0
0
22
30
1
1
Hz
Hz
1/min
Hz
V
A
-
-
-
-
3
2
3
3
2
2
3
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Parameter
r0032
r0056
r0061
r0086
P1300
P1310
P1311
P1312
P1335
P1336
r1337
P1499
Description
Actual power
CO/BO: Status of motor
control
Actual rotor speed
CO: Act. active current
Control mode
Continuous boost
Acceleration boost
Starting boost
Slip compensation
Slip limit
CO: V/f slip frequency
Scaling accel. torque control
Unit
User
Setting
Min
Default
Access
Level
Max
-
-
-
-
3
3
A
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0
0.0
0
50.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
250
100.0
23
250.0
250.0
250.0
600.0
600
400.0
3
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
Communication (P0010=20)
Parameter
r0000
P0003
P0004
P0010
P0918
P0927
r0967
r0968
P0971
P2000
P2001
P2002
P2009
P2010
P2011
P2014
P2040
P2041
r2050
P2051
r2053
r2054
Description
Drive display (defined in
P0005)
User access level to
parameters
Parameter filter
Commissioning parameter
filter
CB address
Parameter changeable via
Control word 1
Statue word 1
Transfer data from RAM to
EEPROM
Reference frequency
Reference voltage
Reference current
USS normalization
USS baud rate
USS address
USS telegram off time
CB telegram off time
CB parameter
CB parameter
CI: PZD to CB
CB identification
CB diagnosis
Unit
User
Setting
Min
Default
Access
Level
Max
-
-
-
-
X
-
0
1
4
1
-
0
0
0
0
22
30
1
1
-
0
0
0
3
15
0
65535
15
1
2
2
3
3
3
V
A
ms
ms
-
1.00
10
0.10
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
0:0
-
50.00
1000
0.10
0
6
0
0
20
0
0
52:0
-
650.00
2000
10000.00
1
12
31
65535
65535
65535
65535
4000:0
-
2
3
3
3
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Alarms, Warnings and Monitoring (P0010=21)
Parameter
r0000
P0003
P0004
P0010
r0947
r0948
r0949
96
Description
Drive display (defined in
P0005)
User access level to
parameters
Parameter filter
Commissioning parameter
filter
Last fault code
Fault time
Fault value
Unit
User
Setting
Min
Default
Access
Level
Max
-
-
-
-
X
-
0
1
4
1
-
0
0
0
0
22
30
1
1
-
-
-
-
2
3
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Parameter
P0952
P2100
P2101
r2110
P2111
r2114
P2115
P2181
P2182
P2183
P2184
P2185
P2186
P2187
P2188
P2189
P2190
P2191
P2192
r2197
r2198
Description
Total number of faults
Alarm number selection
Stop reaction value
Warning number
Total number of warnings
Run time counter
AOP real time clock
Belt failure detection mode
Belt threshold frequency 1
Belt threshold frequency 2
Belt threshold frequency 3
Upper torque threshold 1
Lower torque threshold 1
Upper torque threshold 2
Lower torque threshold 2
Upper torque threshold 3
Lower torque threshold 3
Belt failure speed tolerance
Time delay for belt failure
CO/BO: Monitoring word 1
CO/BO: Monitoring word 2
Unit
User
Setting
Hz
Hz
Hz
Nm
Nm
Nm
Nm
Nm
Nm
Hz
s
-
Min
0
0
0
0
0
0
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.00
0
-
Default
0
0
0
0
0
0
5.00
30.00
50.00
99999.0
0.0
99999.0
0.0
99999.0
0.0
3.00
10
-
Access
Level
Max
0
65535
4
4
65535
6
650.00
650.00
650.00
99999.0
99999.0
99999.0
99999.0
99999.0
99999.0
20.00
65
-
3
3
3
2
3
3
3
2
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
PI Controller (P0004=22)
Parameter
Description
Unit
User
Setting
Min
Default
Access
Level
Max
r0000
Drive display (defined in
P0005)
-
-
-
-
X
P0003
User access level to
parameters
Parameter filter
Commissioning parameter
filter
BI: Enable PID controller
Fixed PID setpoint 1
Fixed PID setpoint 2
Fixed PID setpoint 3
Fixed PID setpoint 4
Fixed PID setpoint 5
Fixed PID setpoint 6
Fixed PID setpoint 7
Fixed PID setpoint 8
Fixed PID setpoint 9
Fixed PID setpoint 10
Fixed PID setpoint 11
Fixed PID setpoint 12
Fixed PID setpoint 13
Fixed PID setpoint 14
Fixed PID setpoint 15
Fixed PID setpoint mode-Bit 0
Fixed PID setpoint mode-Bit 1
Fixed PID setpoint mode-Bit 2
Fixed PID setpoint mode-Bit 3
CO: Act. fixed PID setpoint
Fixed PID setpoint mode-Bit 4
Fixed PID setpoint mode-Bit 5
Setpoint memory of PID-MOP
Inhibit rev. direct. of PID-MOP
-
0
1
4
1
-
0
0
0
0
22
30
1
1
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
-
0:0
-200.00
-200.00
-200.00
-200.00
-200.00
-200.00
-200.00
-200.00
-200.00
-200.00
-200.00
-200.00
-200.00
-200.00
-200.00
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0:0
0.00
4000:0
200.00
200.00
200.00
200.00
200.00
200.00
200.00
200.00
200.00
200.00
200.00
200.00
200.00
200.00
200.00
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
2
3
3
2
2
P0004
P0010
P2200
P2201
P2202
P2203
P2204
P2205
P2206
P2207
P2208
P2209
P2210
P2211
P2212
P2213
P2214
P2215
P2216
P2217
P2218
P2219
r2224
P2225
P2227
P2231
P2232
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Parameter
P2240
r2250
P2253
P2254
P2261
r2262
P2264
P2265
P2267
P2268
P2269
P2270
P2271
r2272
r2273
P2274
P2279
P2280
P2285
P2291
P2292
P2293
r2294
P2303
P2304
P2305
P2306
P2370
P2371
P2372
P2373
P2374
P2375
P2376
P2377
P2378
r2379
P2380
P2390
P2391
P2392
Description
Setpoint of PID-MOP
CO: Output setpoint of PIDMOP
CI: PID setpoint
CI: PID trim
PID setpt. filter
CO: Act. PID filtered setpoint
CI: PID feedback
PID feedback filter
timeconstant
Max. value for PID feedback
Min. value for PID feedback
Gain applied to PID feedback
PID feedback function selector
PID transducer type
CO: PID scaled feedback
CO: PID error
PID derive. time
PID neutral zone
PID proportional gain
PID integral time
PID output upper limit
PID output lower limit
PID limit ramp time
CO: Act. PID output
PID output offset
PID opening time
PID closing time
PID actuator direction
Selection of motor staging
stop mode
Selection of external motor
configuration
Enable motor cycling
Motor staging hysteresis
Motor staging delay
Motor destaging delay
Delay override
Delay override lockout timer
Staging frequency f, %fMax
CO/BO: Status of motor
staging
Motor hours run
Hibernation frequency
Hibernation timer
Restart frequency
Unit
User
Setting
Min
Default
Access
Level
Max
%
%
-200.00
-
10.00
-
200.00
-
2
2
%
s
0:0
0:0
0.00
0:0
0.00
0:0
0:0
0.00
755:0
0.00
4000:0
4000:0
60.00
4000:0
60.00
2
3
3
2
2
2
%
%
%
%
s
%
%
%
-
-200.00
-200.00
0.00
0
0
0
0.00
0.000
0.000
-200.00
-200.00
0.00
0.00
0
0
0
0
100.00
0.00
100.00
0
0
0
0.00
3.000
0.000
100.00
0.00
0.00
0.0
60
60
1
0
200.00
200.00
500.00
3
1
65535
100.00
65.000
60.000
200.00
200.00
100.00
4000.0
65535
65535
1
1
3
3
3
3
2
2
2
2
3
2
2
2
2
3
2
3
2
2
2
2
-
0
0
8
2
%
s
s
%
s
%
-
0
0.0
0
0
0.0
0
0.0
-
0
20.0
30
30
25.0
30
50.0
-
1
200.0
650
650
200.0
650
120.0
-
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
s
Hz
s
Hz
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
100000
650.00
650.00
650.00
2
3
3
3
Factory settings (P0010=30)
Parameter
P0003
P0010
P0970
98
Description
User access level
Commissioning Parameter
filter
Factory reset
Unit
User
Setting
Min
Default
Access
Level
Max
-
0
0
1
0
4
30
1
1
-
0
0
1
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Parameter List
r0000
Drive display (defined in P0005)
Min: -
Note:
r0002
Def: Max: Level X
Pressing the "Fn" button for 2 seconds allows you to view the values of DC link voltage, output current, output frequency,
and chosen r0000 setting (defined in P0005).
Drive state (actual)
Min: -
Enum:
Dependency:
P0003
Def: Max: Level 2
3=Drive starting (DC-link precharging)
0=Commissioning mode (P0010=0)
4=Drive running
1=Drive ready
5=Stopping (ramping down)
2=Drive fault active
State 3 visible only while precharging DC link, and when externally powered communications board is fitted.
User access level to parameters
Min: 0
Enum:
P0004
Def: 1
0=User-defined parameter list-see P0013 for details
1=Standard: Access into frequently used parameters.
2=Extended: Access to for example, inverter I/O
functions.
Max: 4
Level 1
3=Expert: For expert use only.
4=Service: Only for use by authorized service personalpassword protected.
Parameter filter
Min: 0
Example:
Enum:
Dependency:
Note:
P0005
Def: 0
Max: 22
Level 1
P0004=22 specifies that only PID parameters will be visible.
0=All parameters
5=Technol. application/units
10 =Setpoint channel/RFG
20 =Communication
2=Inverter
7=Commands, binary I/O
12 =Drive features
21 =Alarms/warnings/monitoring
3=Motor
8=ADC and DAC
13 =Motor control
22 =Technology controller (for
4=Speed sensor
example, PID)
Parameters marked "Quick Comm: Yes" in the parameter header can only be set when P0010=1 (Quick Commissioning).
The inverter will start with any setting of P0004.
Display selection for r0000
Min: 2
Enum:
Note:
Details:
P0006
Def: 21
Max: 2294
21=Actual frequency
25=Output voltage
26=DC link voltage
These settings refer to read only parameter numbers ("rxxxx").
See relevant "rxxxx" parameter descriptions.
Level 2
27=Output current
Display mode for r0000
Min: 0
Enum:
Note:
P0010
Def: 2
Max: 4
Level 3
0=In Ready state alternate between setpoint and output freq.
3=In Ready state alternate between r0002 value and
In run display output freq.
r0020 value. In run display r0002 value
1=In Ready state display setpoint. In run display output freq.
4=In all states just display P0005
2=In Ready state alternate between P0005 value and r0020
value. In run display P0005 value.
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.
Commissioning parameter filter
Min: 0
Enum:
Dependency:
Note:
P0011
Def: 0
Lock for user-defined parameter
Min: 0
Def: 0
Details:
P0012
P0013[20]
Level 1
Max: 65535
Level 3
Max: 65535
Level 3
Max: 65535
Level 3
See P0013 (user-defined parameter).
Key for user-defined parameter
Min: 0
Details:
Max: 30
0=Ready
29 =Download
1=Quick commissioning
30 =Factory setting
2=Inverter
Reset to 0 for interter to run.
P0003 (user access level) also determines access to parameters.
If P3900 is not 0 (0 is the default value), this parameter is automatically reset to 0.
Def: 0
See P0013 (user-defined parameter).
User-defined parameter
Min: 0
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Instructions:
Dependency:
Note:
r0018
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)
4. Step 4: Set P0003=0 to activate the user-defined parameter.
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").
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.
Firmware version
Min: -
r0019
Bit Fields:
Note:
r0020
r0021
r0022
Note:
r0024
r0025
r0026[2]
r0027
r0031
r0032
Dependency:
r0035
r0039
Dependency:
100
1.
2.
3.
Def: -
Max: -
Level 1
CO/BO: BOP control word
Min: Def: Max: Level 3
Bit00
ON/OFF1
0
NO, 1
YES
Bit01
OFF2: Electrical stop
0
YES, 1
NO
Bit02
OFF3: Fast stop
0
YES, 1
NO
Bit08
JOG right
0
NO, 1
YES
Bit09
JOG left
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
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
- JOG
- INCREASE
- OFF2
- REVERSE
- DECREASE
CO: Act. frequency setpoint
Min: -
Def: -
Max: -
Level 3
CO: Act. frequency
Min: -
Def: -
Max: -
Level 2
Act. rotor speed
Min: -
Def: -
Max: -
Level 3
This calculation makes no allowance for load-dependent slip.
CO: Act. output frequency
Min: -
Def: -
Max: -
Level 3
CO: Act. output voltage
Min: -
Def: -
Max: -
Level 2
CO: Act. OuDC linktput voltage
Min: -
Def: -
Max: -
Level 2
CO: Act. output current
Min: -
Def: -
Max: -
Level 2
CO: Act. Torque
Min: -
Def: -
Max: -
Level 3
CO: Act. Power
Min: -
Def: Max: Level 3
Value is displayed in [kW] or [hp] depending on setting for P0100 (operation for Europe/North America).
CO: Act. Motor temperature
Min: -
Def: -
Max: -
Level 2
CO: Energy consumpt. meter [kWh]
Min: Def: -
Max: Level 2
Value is reset when P3900=1 (end quick commissioning), P0970=1 (factory reset) or P0040=1 (reset energy consumption
meter).
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P0040
Reset energy consumption meter
Min: 0
Def: 0
Enum:
Dependency:
r0050
CO: Active command data set
Min: Enum:
r0052
Bit Fields:
Note:
r0053
Bit Fields:
Details:
Max: 1
Level 2
Max: -
Level 2
2=3rd. Command data set (CDS)
0=No reset, 1=Reset r0039 to 0.
No reset until "P" is pressed.
0=1st. Command data set (CDS)
Def: -
1=2nd. Command data set (CDS)
CO/BO: Act. status word 1
Min: Def: Bit00 Drive ready
0
NO, 1
Bit01 Drive ready to run
0
NO, 1
Bit02 Drive running
0
NO, 1
Bit03 Drive fault active
0
NO, 1
Bit04 OFF2 active
0
YES, 1
Bit05 OFF3 active
0
YES, 1
Bit06 ON inhibit active
0
NO, 1
Bit07 Drive warning active
0
NO, 1
Bit08 Deviation setp/act value
0
YES, 1
Bit09 PZD control
0
NO, 1
Bit10 Maximum frequency reached
0
NO, 1
Bit11 Warning: Motor current limit 0
YES, 1
Bit12 Motor holding brake active
0
NO, 1
Bit13 Motor overload
0
YES, 1
Bit14 Motor runs direction right
0
NO, 1
Bit15 Inverter overload
0
YES, 1
Output of Bit3 (Fault) will be inverted on digital output=No Fault.
CO/BO: Act. status word 2
Min: Def: Bit00
DC brake active
Bit01
Act. freq. r0024
> P2167
Bit02
Act. freq. r0024
> P1080
Bit03
Act. current r0027 >= P2170
Bit04
Act. freq. r0024
> P2155
Bit05
Act. freq. r0024
<= P2155
Bit06
Act. freq. r0024 >= setpoint
Bit07
Act. Vdc r0026 < P2172
Bit08
Act. Vdc r0026 > P2172
Bit09
Ramping finished
Bit10
PID output r2294 < P2291
Bit11
PID output r2294 >= P2291
Bit14
Download data set 0 from AOP
Bit15
Download data set 1 from AOP
See description of seven segment display.
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0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
Max: YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
YES
YES
NO
YES
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Max: YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
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Bit Fields:
Details:
r0055
Bit Fields:
Details:
r0056
Bit Fields:
Details:
r0061
r0086
Dependency:
102
CO/BO: Act. control word 1
Min: Def: 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
CDS Bit 0 (Local/Remote)
See description of seven segment display.
CO/BO: Add. act. control word
Min: Def: Bit00
Fixed frequency Bit 0
Bit01
Fixed frequency Bit 1
Bit02
Fixed frequency Bit 2
Bit03
Fixed frequency Bit 3
Bit08
PID enabled
Bit09
DC brake enabled
Bit11
Droop
Bit12
Torque control
Bit13
External fault 1
See description of seven segment display.
CO/BO: Status of motor control
Min: Def: Bit00
Init. control finished
Bit01
Motor demagnetizing finished
Bit02
Pulses enabled
Bit03
Voltage soft start select
Bit04
Motor excitation finished
Bit05
Starting boost active
Bit06
Acceleration boost active
Bit07
Frequency is negative
Bit08
Field weakening active
Bit09
Volts setpoint limited
Bit10
Slip frequency limited
Bit11
F_out > F_max Freq. limited
Bit12
Phase reversal selected
Bit13
I-max controller active
Bit14
Vdc-max controller active
Bit15
Vdc-min controller active
See description of seven segment display.
CO: Act. rotor speed
Min: -
Def: -
NO,
YES,
YES,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Max: YES
NO
NO
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
Level 3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
YES,
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
Max: YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
Level 3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
Max: YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
Level 3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Max: -
Level 3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
CO: Act. active current
Min: -
Def: Max: Level 3
Applies when V/f control is selected in P1300 (control mode); otherwise, the display shows the value zero.
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P0100
Europe/North America power settings [kW or hp]
Min: 0
Def: 0
Enum:
Dependency:
Note:
r0200
Max: 2
Level 1
0=Europe [kW], frequency default 50 Hz
1=North America [hp], frequency default 60 Hz
2=North America [kW], frequency default 60 Hz
The setting of DIP switch 2 under the I/O board determines the validity of settings 0 and 1 for P0100 according to the
following table:
DIP 2 Setting
Meaning
P0100 Setting
Meaning
Off
[kW], frequency default 50 [Hz]
Overwrites
1
[hp], frequency default 60
[Hz]
On
[hp], frequency default 60 [Hz]
Overwrites
0
[kW], frequency default 50
[Hz]
Stop drive first (that is, 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).
P0100 setting 2 (==> [kW], frequency default 60 [Hz]) is not overwritten by the setting of DIP switch 2 (see table above).
Act. power stack code number (per following table)
Min: Def: -
Note:
r0206
Max: -
Level 3
Parameter r0200=0 indicates that no power stack has been identified.
Rated inverter power [kW]/[hp]
Min: -
Dependency:
r0207
r0208
Value:
r0209
P0304
Dependency:
P0305
Def: Max: Level 2
Value is displayed in [kW] or [hp] depending on setting for P0100 (operation for Europe/North America).
Rated inverter current
Min: -
Def: -
Max: -
Rated inverter voltage
Min: -
Def: -
Max: -
r0208=230 : 200-240V +/- 10%
r0208=400 : 380-480V +/- 10%
Level 2
Level 2
r0208=575 : 500-600V +/- 10%
Maximum inverter current
Min: -
Def: -
Max: -
Level 2
Rated motor voltage
Min: 10
Def: 230
Max: 2000
Level 1
Changeable only when P0010=1 (quick commissioning).
Rated motor current
Min: 0.01
Dependency:
Note:
P0307
Def: 3.25
Max: 10000.00
Level 1
Changeable only when P0010=1 (quick commissioning).
Depends also on P0320 (motor magnetization current).
For asynchronous motors, the maximum value is defined as the maximum inverter current (r0209).
For synchronous motors, the maximum value is defined as twice the maximum inverter current (r0209)
The minimum value is defined as 1/32 times inverter rated current (r0207).
Rated motor power
Min: 0.01
Dependency:
P0308
Def: 0.75
Max: 2000.00
Level 1
If P0100=1 ([kW],frequency default 50 Hz), values will be in [hp]-see diagram P0304 (rating plate).
Changeable only when P0010=1 (quick commissioning).
Rated motor cosPhi
Min: 0.000
Dependency:
P0309
Rated motor efficiency
Min: 0.0
Dependency:
Note:
Def: 0.000
Max: 1.000
Level 2
Max: 99.9
Level 2
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).
Def: 0.0
Changeable only when P0010=1 (quick commissioning).
Visible only when P0100=1, (that is, motor power entered in [hp]).
Setting 0 causes internal calculation of value (see r0332).
P0309=100% corresponds to superconducting
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Rated motor frequency
Min: 12.00
Dependency:
P0311
Rated motor speed
Min: 0
Dependency:
r0313
Max: 650.00
Level 1
Def: 0
Max: 40000
Level 1
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.
Motor pole pairs
Min: -
Value:
Dependency:
P0340
Def: Max: Level 3
r0313=1 : 2-pole motor
r0313=2 : 4-pole motor, etc.
Recalculated automatically when P0310 (rated motor frequency) or P0311 (rated motor speed) is changed.
Calculation of motor parameters
Min: 0
Def: 0
Data:
Enum:
Note:
P0350
Note:
r0395
P0400
100% means: Z rated motor *
Select encoder type
Min: 0
Settings:
Note:
P0409
Def: 4.0
Max: 2000.0
Def: P0304
P0305
Max: -
P0501[2]
Def: 0
Max: 12
Level 3
0=Disabled
3=External pulse train
1=Single channel encoder
12=Quadrature encoder with zero pulse
2=Quadrature encoder without zero pulse
The term quadrature in settings 2 and 12 refers to 2 periodic functions separated by a quarter cycle or 90 degrees.
0=Constant torque
Type of sensor
Min: 0
Setting:
Index:
Level 3
(rated motor voltage)
(rated motor current)
Pulses per second at rated frequency
Min: 1
Def: 1024
Enum:
Level 2
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 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.
Since measured line-to-line, this value may appear to be higher (up to two times higher) than expected.
The value entered in P0350 (stator resistance) is the one obtained by the method last used.
CO: Total stator resistance [%]
Min: -
Note:
Max: 4
Calculates various motor parameters, including:
•
Motor weight
P0344 (Level 3)
•
Stator resistance P0350 (Level 2)
•
Magnetization time P0346 (Level 3)
•
Reference frequency P2000 (Level 2)
•
Demagnetization time P0347 (Level 3)
•
Reference current P2002 (Level 3).
0=No calculation
3=Calc. V/f and vector control
1=Complete parameterization
4=Calc. only controller setting
2=Calc. equivalent circuit data
This parameter is required during commissioning to optimize inverter performance.
Stator resistance (line-to-line)
Min: 0.00001
Data:
104
Def: 50.00 or 60.00
Changeable only when P0010=1 (quick commissioning).
Pole pair number recalculated automatically if parameter is changed.
0=No sensor selected
1=Sensor type QBE620 P1
2=Sensor type QBE620 P10
3=Sensor type QBE620 P16
4=Sensor type QBE620 P25
5=Sensor type QBE620 P40
6=Sensor type QBE620 P4
7=Sensor type QBE620 P5
8=Sensor type QBE621 P10U
9=Sensor type QBE621 P25U
P0501[0] : IN000 Analog input 1.
Max: 20000
Level 2
1=Pumps and fans
Def: 0
Max: 51
Level 2
20=Sensor type 0 to 10 INCH WC
21=Sensor type 0 to 10 PSI
22=Sensor type 0 to 15 PSI
23=Sensor type 0 to 25 PSI
24=Sensor type 0 to 30 PSI
25=Sensor type 0 to 50 PSI
26=Sensor type 0 to 60 PSI
27=Sensor type 0 to 100 PSI
28=Sensor type 0 to 150 PSI
29=Sensor type AI Ni 1000:
-58 to 302F (-50 to 150C)
P0501[1] : IN001 Analog input 2.
10=Sensor type QBE63 DP01
11=Sensor type QBE63 DP02
12=Sensor type QBE63 DP05
13=Sensor type QBE63 DP1
14=Sensor type QBE63 DP4
15=Sensor type 0 to 1 INCH WC
16=Sensor type 0 to 2 INCH WC
17=Sensor type 0 to 2.5 INCH WC
18=Sensor type 0 to 3 INCH WC
19=Sensor type 0 to 5 INCH WC
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P0506[10]
Index:
P0507[3]
Parameter List
Min: 0
P0506[0] : Parameter 1
P0506[1] : Parameter 2
P0506[2] : Parameter 3
Def: 754
P0506[3] : Parameter 4
P0506[4] : Parameter 5
P0506[5] : Parameter 6
Scalar values
Min: 0
Index:
P0508[4]
Def: 1.0
P0507[0] :Scalar numerator
P0509[12]
Index:
P0601
P0508[0] :Unit character 1
Def: 0
P0508[1] : Unit character 2
String
Min: 0
P0509[0] : String char 1
P0509[1] : String char 2
P0509[2] : String char 3
Max: 9999.9
P0507[1] : Scalar denominator
Unit
Min: 0
Index:
Max: 4000
P0506[6] : Parameter 7
P0506[7] : Parameter 8
P0506[8] : Parameter 9
Def: 0
P0509[3] : String char 4
P0509[4] : String char 5
P0509[5] : String char 6
Level 3
P0506[9] : Parameter 10
Level 3
P0507[2] : Scalar offset
Max: 65535
P0508[2] : Unit character 3
Max: 65535
P0509[6] : String char 7
P0509[7] : String char 8
P0509[8] : String char 9
Level 3
P0508[3] : Unit character 4
Level 3
P0509[9] : String char 10
P0509[10] : String char 11
P0509[11] : String char 12
Motor temperature sensor
Min: 0
Setting:
Dependency:
P0610
Def: 0
Max: 2
Level 3
0=No sensor
1=PTC thermistor
2=KTY84
If no sensor is selected, motor temperature monitoring occurs based on the estimated value of the thermal motor model.
Motor I2t temperature reaction
Min: 0
Enum: 0=No reaction, warning only
P0640
Def: 2
Max: 2
Level 3
1=Warning and Imax reduction (results in reduced output freq.) 2=Warning and trip (F0010)
Motor overload factor [%]
Min: 10.0
Dependency:
P0700[2]
Def: 150.0
Max: 400.0
Level 2
Limited to maximum inverter current or to 400% of rated motor current (P0305), whichever is the lower
Selection of command source
Min: 0
Enum:
Index:
Note:
P0701[2]
Def: index dependent
Max: 6
Level 1
0=Factory default setting
2=Terminal
5=USS on COM link
1=BOP (keypad)
4=USS on BOP link
6=CB on COM link
P0700[0] : IN000 (AUTO) 1st. Command data set (CDS)
P0700[1] : IN001 (HAND) 2nd. Command data set (CDS)
Changing this parameter resets (to default) all settings on item selected. For example: changing from 1 to 2 resets all digital
inputs to default settings.
Function of digital input 1
Min: 0
Enum:
Index:
Dependency:
Note:
P0702[2]
Detail:
P0703[2]
Detail:
P0704[2]
Detail:
Def: 1
Max: 99
Level 2
0=Digital input disabled
11 =JOG left
25 =DC brake enable
1=ON/OFF1
12 =Reverse
26 =Enable Essential Service
2=ON reverse /OFF1
13 =MOP up (increase freq.)
27 =Enable PID
3=OFF2 -coast to standstill
14 =MOP down (decrease freq.)
29 =External trip
4=OFF3 -quick ramp-down
15 =Fixed setpoint (Direct selection)
33 =Disable additional freq setpoint
9=Fault acknowledge
16 =Fixed setpoint (Direct selection + ON)
99 =Enable BICO parameterization
10 =JOG right
17 =Fixed setpoint (Binary coded selection+ON)
P0701[0] : IN000 (AUTO) 1st. Command data set (CDS)
P0701[1] : IN001 (HAND) 2nd. Command data set (CDS)
Setting 99 (enable BICO parameterization) requires P0700 (command source) or P3900 (end of quick commissioning)=1, 2
or P0970 (factory reset)=1 in order to reset.
Setting 99 (BICO) for expert use only
Function of digital input 2
Min: 0
Def: 12
Max: 99
Level 2
Max: 99
Level 2
Max: 99
Level 2
See P0701 (function of digital input1).
Function of digital input 3
Min: 0
Def: 9
See P0701 (function of digital input1).
Function of digital input 4
Min: 0
Def: 15
See P0701 (function of digital input1).
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Function of digital input 5
Min: 0
Detail:
Max: 99
Level 2
Max: 99
Level 2
Function of digital input 6
P0706[2]
Detail:
P0707[2]
Min: 0
Def: 15
See P0701 (function of digital input1).
Function of digital input 7
Min: 0
Enum:
Index:
Dependency:
Details:
P0708[2]
Def: 0
Max: 99
Level 2
0=Digital input disabled
10 =JOG right
25 =DC brake enable
1=ON/OFF1
11 =JOG left
26 =Enable Essential Service
2=ON reverse /OFF1
12 =Reverse
29 =External trip
3=OFF2 -coast to standstill
13 =MOP up (increase freq.)
33 =Disable additional freq setpoint
4=OFF3 -quick ramp-down
14 =MOP down (decrease freq.)
99 =Enable BICO parameterization
9=Fault acknowledge
P0707[0] : IN000 (AUTO) 1st. Command data set (CDS)
P0707[1] : IN001 (HAND) 2nd. Command data set (CDS)
Signals about 4V are active, signals below 1.6V are inactive.
See P0701 (function of digital input 1).
Function of digital input 8
Min: 0
Detail:
P0718
Bit Fields
Note:
P0725
Enum:
P0731[2]
Settings:
Index:
P0732[2]
Detail:
Def: 0
CO/BO: Binary input values
Min: Def: Bit00
Digital input 1
Bit01
Digital input 2
Bit02
Digital input 3
Bit03
Digital input 4
Bit04
Digital input 5
Bit05
Digital input 6
Bit06
Digital input 7 (via ADC 1)
Bit07
Digital input 8 (via ADC 2)
Segment is lit when signal is active.
PNP/NPN digital inputs
Min: 0
Value:
Def: 0
Max: 99
Level 2
Max: 1
Level 2
Max: ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
Level 2
Max: 1
Level 3
See P0707 (function of digital input7).
CO/BO: Hand/Auto
Min: 0
r0722
106
Def: 15
See P0701 (function of digital input1).
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
OFF,
OFF,
OFF,
OFF,
OFF,
OFF,
OFF,
OFF,
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Def: 1
NPN: Terminals 5/6/7 must be connected via terminal 9 (0V).
PNP: Terminals 5/6/7 must be connected via terminal 8 (24V).
If VCB NPN: Terminals 5/6/7/8/16/17 must be connected via terminal 28 (0V).
PNP: Terminals 5/6/7/8/16/17 must be connected via terminal 9 (24V).
0=NPN mode ==> low active
1=PNP mode ==> high active
BI: Function of digital output 1
Min: 0.0
Def: 52.3
52.0 Drive ready
0 Closed
52.1 Drive ready to run
0 Closed
52.2 Drive running
0 Closed
52.3 Drive fault active
0 Closed
52.4 OFF2 active
1 Closed
52.5 OFF3 active
1 Closed
52.6 Switch on inhibit active
0 Closed
52.7 Drive running
0 Closed
52.8 Deviation setpoint/actual value
1 Closed
52.9 PZD control (Process Data Control) 0 Closed
52.A Maximum frequency reached
0 Closed
52.B Warning: Motor current limit
1 Closed
52.C Motor holding brake (MHB) active
0 Closed
52.D Motor overload
1 Closed
P0731[0] : IN000 (AUTO) 1st. Command data set (CDS)
BI: Function of digital output 2
Min: 0.0
Def: 52.7
Max: 4000.0
52.E
52.F
53.0
53.1
53.2
53.3
53.4
53.5
53.6
53.7
53.8
53.A
53.B
Level 2
Motor running direction right
Inverter overload
DC brake active
Inverter freq. less switch off limit
Inverter freq. less minimum freq.
Current greater or equal than limit
Act. freq. greater comparison freq.
Act. freq. less comparison freq.
Act. freq. greater/equal setpoint
Voltage less than threshold
Voltage greater than threshold
PID output at lower limit (P2292)
PID output at upper limit (P2291)
0 Closed
1 Closed
0 Closed
0 Closed
0 Closed
0 Closed
0 Closed
0 Closed
0 Closed
0 Closed
0 Closed
0 Closed
0 Closed
P0731[1] : IN001 (HAND) 2nd. Command data set (CDS)
Max: 4000.0
Level 2
See P0731 (function of digital output 1).
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r0747
Bit Fields:
Dependency:
P0748
Bit Fields:
r0752[2]
CO/BO: State of digital outputs
Min: Def: Bit00
Digital output 1 energized
Bit01
Digital output 2 energized
Bit 0 0=relay de-energized/contacts open
1=relay energized/contacts closed
Invert digital outputs
Min: 0
Def: 0
Bit00
Invert digital output 1
Bit01
Invert digital output 2
Bit02
Invert digital output 3
Act. input of ADC [V] or [mA]
Min: -
Index:
P0753[2]
Def: -
r0752[0] : IN000 Analog input 1 (ADC 1)
0
0
0
0
0
Max: YES
YES
Level 3
Max: 7
YES
YES
YES
Level 3
Max: -
Level 2
NO, 1
NO, 1
NO, 1
NO, 1
NO, 1
r0752[1] : IN001 Analog input 2 (ADC 2)
Smooth time ADC
Min: 0
Index:
Note:
r0754[2]
Def: 3
Max: 10000
Level 3
P0753[0] : IN000 Analog input 1 (ADC 1)
P0753[1] : IN001 Analog input 2 (ADC)
Increasing this time (smooth) reduces jitter but slows down response to the analog input.
P0753=0 : No filtering
Act. ADC value after scaling [%]
Min: -
Index:
Dependency:
r0755[2]
Def: -
r0754[0] : IN000 Analog input 1 (ADC 1)
P0757 to P0760 define range (ADC scaling)
Max: Level 2
r0754[1] : IN001 Analog input 2 (ADC 2)
CO: Act. ADC after scal. [4000h]
Min: Data:
Example:
Index:
Note:
Details:
P0756[2]
Def: Max: Level 2
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.
ASPmin=300%, ASPmax=100% then 16384 represents 300%.
This parameter will vary from 5461 to 16364
ASPmin=-200%, ASPmax=100% then 16384 represents 200%.
This parameter will vary from -16384 to +8192
r0755[0] : IN000 Analog input 1 (ADC 1)
r0755[1] : IN001 Analog input 2 (ADC 2)
This value is used as an input to analog BICO connectors.
ASPmax represents the highest analog setpoint (this may be at 10V)
ASPmin represents the lowest analog setpoint (this may be at 0V)
See parameters P0757 to P0760 (ADC scaling)
Type of ADC
Min: 0
Data:
Enum:
Index:
Dependency:
Note:
Details:
Def: 0
Max: 5
Level 2
Defines type of analog input and also enables analog input monitoring. #if defined ECB || defined VCB To switch over from
voltage to current analog input it is not sufficient to merely modify parameter P0756. Rather, the DIPs on the terminal board
must also be set to the correct position. The DIP settings are as follows:
- OFF=voltage input (10V)
- ON =current input (20 mA)
Allocation of DIPs to analog inputs is as follows:
- DIP on left (DIP 1)= Analog input 1
- DIP on right (DIP 2)= Analog input 2
0=Unipolar voltage input (0 to +10V)
3=Unipolar current input with monitoring (0 to 20 mA)
1=Unipolar voltage input with monitoring (0 to 10V)
4=Bipolar voltage input (-10V to +10V)
2=Unipolar current input (0 to 20 mA)
5=LG NI1000 sensor input
P0756[0] : IN000 Analog input 1 (ADC 1)
P0756[1] : IN001 Analog input 2 (ADC 2)
Function disabled if analog scaling block programmed to output negative setpoints (see P0757 to P0760).
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. #if defined ECB || defined VCB On account of h/w restirction it is not
possible to select the bipolar voltage (see Enum declaration) for analog input 1 (P0756[1]=4).
See P0757 to P0760 (ADC scaling).
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Value x1 of ADC scaling [V/mA]
Min: 50.0
Data:
Index:
P0758[2]
Def: 0
Max: 150.0
Level 2
Parameters P0757-P0760 configure the input scaling 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 10V).
•
ASPmin represents lowest analog setpoint (this may be at 0V).
•
Default values provide a scaling of 0V=0%, and 10V=100%.
P0757[0] : IN000 Analog input 1 (ADC 1)
P0757[1] : IN001 Analog input 2 (ADC 2)
Value y1 of ADC scaling
Min: -99999.9
Index:
Dependency:
P0759[2]
Def: 0.0
Max: 99999.9
Level 2
P0758[0] : IN000 Analog input 1 (ADC 1)
P0758[1] : IN001 Analog input 2 (ADC 2)
Affects P2000 to P2003 (reference frequency, voltage, current or torque) depending on which setpoint is to be generated.
Value x2 of ADC scaling [V/mA]
Min: 50.0
Index:
P0760[2]
Def: 150.0
P0759[0] : IN000 Analog input 1 (ADC 1)
Max: 150.0
Level 2
P0759[1] : IN001 Analog input 2 (ADC 2)
Value y2 of ADC scaling
Min: -99999.9
Index:
Dependency:
P0761[2]
Def: 100.0
Max: 99999.9
Level 2
P0760[0] : IN000 Analog input 1 (ADC 1)
P0760[1] : IN001 Analog input 2 (ADC 2)
Affects P2000 to P2003 (reference frequency, voltage, current or torque) depending on which setpoint is to be generated.
Width of ADC deadband [V/mA]
Min: 0
Index:
Note:
Def: 0
P0761[0] : IN000 Analog input 1 (ADC 1)
P0761[x]=0 : No deadband active.
Max: 150.0
Level 2
P0761[1] : IN001 Analog input 2 (ADC 2)
Deadband starts from 0V 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.
Fmin (P1080) should be zero when using center zero setup. There is no hysteresis at the end of the deadband.
P0771[2]
CI: DAC
Min: 0:0
Settings:
Index:
P0773[2]
Smooth time DAC
Min: 0
Index:
Dependency:
r0774[2]
Index:
P0776
Note:
P0777[2]
Max: 4000:0
Level 2
26 CO: Act. DC-link voltage (scaled to P2001)
27 CO: Act. output current (scaled to P2002)
P0771[1] : IN001 Analog output 2 (DAC 2)
Max: 1000
Level 3
P0773[1] : IN001 Analog output 2 (DAC 2)
P0773=0: Deactivates filter.
Act. DAC value [V] or [mA]
Min: Def: r0774[0] : IN000 Analog output 1 (DAC 1)
Def: 1
0=Current output
Max: Level 2
r0774[1] : IN001 Analog output 2 (DAC 2)
Max: 1
Level 3
1=Voltage output
The analog output is designed as a current output with a range of 0 to 20 mA. The two analog output channels must be of
the same type, that is, both channels are current outputs with a range of 0 to 20 mA or both channels are defined as
voltage outputs with a range of 0 to 10V.
Value x1 of DAC scaling
Min: -99999.0
Data:
Index:
Dependency:
P0778[2]
Index:
108
Def: 2
P0773[0] : IN000 Analog output 1 (DAC 1)
Type of DAC
Min: 0
Setting:
Def: 21:0
21 CO: Act. frequency
(scaled to P2000)
24 CO: Act. output frequency (scaled to P2000)
25 CO: Act. output voltage (scaled to P2001)
P0771[0] : IN000 Analog output 1 (DAC 1)
Def: 0.0
Max: 99999.0
Level 2
Defines x1 output characteristic in [%]. Scaling block is responsible for adjustment of output value defined in P0771 (DAC
connector input).
P0777[0] : IN000 Analog output 1 (DAC 1)
P0777[1] : IN001 Analog output 2 (DAC 2)
Affects P2000 to P2003 (referency frequency, voltage, current or torque) depending on which setpoint is to be generated.
Value y1 of DAC scaling
Min: 0
Def: 0
P0778[0] : IN000 Analog output 1 (DAC 1)
Max: 20
Level 2
P0778[1] : IN001 Analog output 2 (DAC 2)
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P0779[2]
Value x2 of DAC scaling
Min: -99999.0
Index:
Dependency:
P0780[2]
Def: 100.0
Max: 99999.0
Level 2
P0779[0] : IN000 Analog output 1 (DAC 1)
P0779[1] : IN001 Analog output 2 (DAC 2)
Affects P2000 to P2003 (referency frequency, voltage, current or torque) depending on which setpoint is to be generated.
Value y2 of DAC scaling
Min: 0
Index:
P0781[2]
Width of DAC deadband
Min: 0
Index:
P0809[3]
Index:
Note:
P0810
P0918
Max: 20
Level 2
P0781[1] : IN001 Analog output 2 (DAC 2)
Copy Command Data Set
Min: 0
Max: 2
Note:
Def: 0
P0809[0] : Copy from CDS
P0809[1] : Copy to DDS
Start value in index 2 is automatically reset to ’0’ after execution of function
Def: 718:0
Level 2
P0809[2] : Start copy
Max: 4095:0
Level 2
Bit 1 is also relevant for BICO data set selection.
CB address
Min: 0
Data:
Def: 0
Max: 20
Level 2
P0780[1] : IN001 Analog output 2 (DAC 2)
P0781[0] : IN000 Analog output 1 (DAC 1)
BI: CDS bit 0 (Local/Remote)
Min: 0:0
Note:
Def: 20
P0780[0] : IN000 Analog output 1 (DAC 1)
Def: 3
Max: 65535
Level 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
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.
P0927
Parameter changeable via
Min: 0
Example:
Bit Fields:
Details:
r0947[8]
Def: 15
Max: 15
Level 2
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)
Bit00
PROFIBUS/CB
0
NO, 1
YES
Bit02
USS on BOP link 0
NO, 1
YES
Bit01
BOP
0
NO, 1
YES
Bit03
USS on COM link 0
NO, 1
YES
The seven-segment display is explained in the "Introduction to MICROMASTER System Parameters".
Last fault code
Min: -
Data:
Example:
Index:
Dependency:
Def: Max: Level 2
Displays fault history, 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 and F2.
This moves the value in the 2 indices down to the next pair of indices, where they are stored. Indices 0 and 1 contain the
active faults. When faults are acknowledged, indices 0 and 1 are reset to 0.
If the inverter trips on undervoltage and then receives an external trip before the undervoltage is acknowledged, you will
obtain:
Index 0=3 Undervoltage
Index 1=85 External trip
Whenever a fault in index 0 is acknowledged (F1e), the fault history shifts as indicated in the diagram above.
r0947[0] : Recent fault trip --, fault 1
r0947[3] : Recent fault trip -1, fault 4
r0947[6] : Recent fault trip -3, fault 7
r0947[1] : Recent fault trip --, fault 2
r0947[4] : Recent fault trip -2, fault 5
r0947[7] : Recent fault trip -3, fault 8
r0947[2] : Recent fault trip -1, fault 3
r0947[5] : Recent fault trip -2, fault 6
Index 2 used only if second fault occurs before first fault is acknowledged.
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r0948[12]
Fault time
Min: -
Data:
Example:
Index:
Note:
r0949[8]
Fault value
Min: Index:
P0952
Dependency:
r0967
Bit Fields:
r0968
Bit Fields:
110
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.
The time is taken from P2115 if this parameter has been updated with the real time. If not, P2114 is used
r0948[6] : Recent fault trip -2, fault time seconds+minutes
r0948[0] : Recent fault trip --, fault time seconds+minutes
r0948[7] : Recent fault trip -2, fault time hours+days
r0948[1] : Recent fault trip --, fault time hours+days
r0948[8] : Recent fault trip -2, fault time month+year
r0948[2] : Recent fault trip --, fault time month+year
r0948[9] : Recent fault trip -3, fault time seconds+minutes
r0948[3] : Recent fault trip -1, fault time seconds+minutes
r0948[10] : Recent fault trip -3, fault time hours+days
r0948[4] : Recent fault trip -1, fault time hours+days
r0948[11] : Recent fault trip -3, fault time month+year‘
r0948[5] : Recent fault trip -1, fault time month+year
P2115 can be updated via AOP, Starter, DriveMonitor, etc.
Def: -
Max: Level 3
r0949[4] : Recent fault trip -2, fault value 5
r0949[5] : Recent fault trip -2, fault value 6
r0949[6] : Recent fault trip -3, fault value 7
r0949[7] : Recent fault trip -3, fault value 8
r0949[0] : Recent fault trip --, fault value 1
r0949[1] : Recent fault trip --, fault value 2
r0949[2] : Recent fault trip -1, fault value 3
r0949[3] : Recent fault trip -1, fault value 4
Total number of faults
Min: 0
Def: 0
Max: 0
Level 3
Setting 0 resets fault history (changing to 0 also resets parameter P0948-fault time).
Control word 1
Min: Def: 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
CDS Bit 0 (Local/Remote)
Statue word 1
Min: Def: Bit00
Drive ready
Bit01
Drive ready to run
Bit02
Drive running
Bit03
Drive fault active
Bit04
OFF2 active
Bit05
OFF3 active
Bit06
ON inhibit active
Bit07
Drive warning active
Bit08
Deviation setp./act. value
Bit09
PZD control
Bit10
Maximum frequency reached
Bit11
Warning: Motor current limit
Bit12
Motor holding brake active
Bit13
Motor overload
Bit14
Motor runs direction right
Bit15
Inverter overload
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
NO,
YES,
YES,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Max: YES
NO
NO
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
Level 3
Max: 0
NO,
0
NO,
0
NO,
0
NO,
0
YES,
0
YES,
0
NO,
0
NO,
0
YES, 1
0
NO,
0
NO,
0
YES,
0
NO,
0
YES,
0
NO,
0
YES,
Level 3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
YES
YES
NO
YES
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
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P0970
Factory reset
Min: 0
Enum:
Dependency:
Note:
P0971
Def: 0
Transfer data from RAM to EEPROM
Min: 0
Def: 0
Enum:
Note:
P1000[2]
Max: 1
Level 1
0=Disabled
1=Parameter reset
First set P0010=30 (factory settings)
Stop drive (that is, disable all pulses) before you can reset parameters to default values.
The following parameters retain their values after a factory reset:
P0918 (CB address)
P2010 (USS baud rate)
P2011 (USS address)
Max: 1
Level 3
0=Disabled
1=Start transfer
All values in RAM are transferred to EEPROM.
Parameter is automatically reset to 0 (default) after successful transfer.
Selection of frequency setpoint
Min: 0
Data:
Example:
Settings:
Enum:
Index:
Note:
Def: index dependent
Max: 77
Level 1
Selects frequency setpoint source. In the table of possible settings below, the main setpoint is selected from the least
significant digit (that is, 0 to 6) and any additional setpoint from the most significant digit (that is, x0 through to x6).
Setting 12 selects main setpoint (2) derived from analog input with additional setpoint (1) taken from the motor
potentiometer.
1 Motor potentiometer setpoint
3 Fixed frequency setpoint
5 USS on COM link
(keypad)
4 USS on BOP link/AOP
6 Communication board (CB) on COM
2 Analog input
link/P1-N2 communications
0=No main setpoint
40=No main setpoint + USS on BOP link
1=MOP setpoint
41=MOP setpoint + USS on BOP link
2=Analog setpoint
42=Analog setpoint + USS on BOP link
3=Fixed frequency
43=Fixed frequency + USS on BOP link
4=USS on BOP link
44=USS on BOP link + USS on BOP link
5=USS on COM link
45=USS on COM link + USS on BOP link
6=CB on COM link
46=CB on COM link + USS on BOP link
7=Analog setpoint 2
47=Analog setpoint 2 + USS on BOP link
10=No main setpoint + MOP setpoint
50=No main setpoint + USS on COM link
11=MOP setpoint + MOP setpoint
51=MOP setpoint + USS on COM link
12=Analog setpoint + MOP setpoint
52=Analog setpoint + USS on COM link
13=Fixed frequency + MOP setpoint
53=Fixed frequency + USS on COM link
14=USS on BOP link + MOP setpoint
54=USS on BOP link + USS on COM link
15=USS on COM link + MOP setpoint
55=USS on COM link + USS on COM link
16=CB on COM link + MOP setpoint
56=CB on COM link + USS on COM link
17=Analog setpoint 2 + MOP setpoint
57=Analog setpoint 2 + USS on COM link
20=No main setpoint + Analog setpoint
60=No main setpoint + CB on COM link
21=MOP setpoint + Analog setpoint
61=MOP setpoint + CB on COM link
22=Analog setpoint + Analog setpoint
62=Analog setpoint + CB on COM link
23=Fixed frequency + Analog setpoint
63=Fixed frequency + CB on COM link
24=USS on BOP link + Analog setpoint
64=USS on BOP link + CB on COM link
25=USS on COM link + Analog setpoint
65=USS on COM link + CB on COM link
26=CB on COM link + Analog setpoint
66=CB on COM link + CB on COM link
27=Analog setpoint 2 + Analog setpoint
67=Analog setpoint 2 + CB on COM link
30=No main setpoint + Fixed frequency
70=No main setpoint + Analog setpoint 2
31=MOP setpoint + Fixed frequency
71=MOP setpoint + Analog setpoint 2
32=Analog setpoint + Fixed frequency
72=Analog setpoint + Analog setpoint 2
33=Fixed frequency + Fixed frequency
73=Fixed frequency + Analog setpoint 2
34=USS on BOP link + Fixed frequency
74=USS on BOP link + Analog setpoint 2
35=USS on COM link + Fixed frequency
75=USS on COM link + Analog setpoint 2
36=CB on COM link + Fixed frequency
76=CB on COM link + Analog setpoint 2
37=Analog setpoint 2 + Fixed frequency
77=Analog setpoint 2 + Analog setpoint 2
P1000[0] : IN000 (AUTO) 1st. Command data set (CDS)
P1000[1] : IN001 (HAND) 2nd. Command data set (CDS)
Single digits denote main setpoints that have no additional setpoint.
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Fixed frequency 1
Min: -650.0
Data:
Dependency:
Note:
P1002-P1015
Details:
Note:
P1016 – P1019
Details:
Enum:
Note:
P1020[2] –
P1023[2]
Settings:
Index:
Dependency:
r1024
112
Def: 0.00
Max: 650.00
Level 2
There are three types of fixed frequencies:
1. Direct selection (P0701-P0706=15)
In this mode of operation 1 digital input selects 1 fixed frequency. If several inputs are active together, the selected
frequencies are summed, for example, FF1 + FF2 + FF3 + FF4 + FF5 + FF6.
2. Direct selection + ON command (P0701-P0706=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, for
example, FF1 + FF2 + FF3 + FF4 + FF5 + FF6.
3. Binary coded selection + ON command (P0701-P0706=17)
Select up to 16 fixed frequencies using this method. Select the fixed frequencies according to the following table:
DIN4
DIN3
DIN2
DIN1
OFF
Inactive
Inactive
Inactive
Inactive
Active
P1001
FF1
Inactive
Inactive
Inactive
Active
P1002
FF2
Inactive
Inactive
Inactive
Active
Active
P1003
FF3
Inactive
Inactive
Active
P1004
FF4
Inactive
Inactive
Inactive
Active
Active
P1005
FF5
Inactive
Inactive
Active
Active
P1006
FF6
Inactive
Inactive
Active
Active
Active
P1007
FF7
Inactive
Active
P1008
FF8
Inactive
Inactive
Inactive
Active
Active
P1009
FF9
Inactive
Inactive
Active
Active
P1010
FF10
Inactive
Inactive
Active
Active
Active
P1011
FF11
Inactive
Active
Active
P1012
FF12
Inactive
Inactive
Active
Active
Active
P1013
FF13
Inactive
Active
Active
Active
Active
P1014
FF14
Active
Active
Active
Active
P1015
FF15
Select fixed frequency operation (using P1000).
Inverter requries ON command to start in the case of direct selection (P0701 – P0706=15).
Fixed frequencies can be selected using the digital inputs, and can also be combined with an ON command.
Fixed frequency 2 through 15
Min: -650.00
Def: See Note below
See P1001 (fixed frequency 1).
Default fixed frequency setpoint values are as follows:
Fixed Frequency
Default
Fixed Frequency
1
0.00
6
2
5.00
7
3
10.00
8
4
15.00
9
5
20.00
10
Max: 650.00
Default
25.00
30.00
35.00
40.00
45.00
Level 2
Fixed Frequency
11
12
13
14
15
Default
50.00
55.00
60.00
65.00
65.00
Fixed frequency mode-Bit 0 through 3
Min: 1
Def: 1
Max: 3
Level 3
Parameter P1016 defines the mode of Bit 0, Parameter P1017 defines the mode of Bit 1, Parameter P1018 defines the
mode of Bit 2, and Parameter P1019 defines the mode of Bit 3.
1=Direct selection
2=Direct selection + ON command
3=Binary coded selection + ON command
See table in P1001 (fixed frequency 1) for a description of how to use fixed frequencies.
BI: Fixed freq. selection Bit 0
Level 3
Min: 0:0
Def: 0:0
Max: 4000:0
P1020= 722.0 ==> Digital input 1
P1022= 722.2 ==> Digital input 3
P1026= 722.4 ==> Digital input 5
P1021= 722.1 ==> Digital input 2
P1023= 722.3 ==> Digital input 4
P1028= 722.5 ==> Digital input 6
P1020[0] : 1st. Command data set (CDS) for Bit 0
P1020[1] : 2nd. Command data set (CDS) for Bit 0
P1021[0] : 1st. Command data set (CDS) for Bit 1
P1021[1] : 2nd. Command data set (CDS) for Bit 1
P1022[0] : 1st. Command data set (CDS) for Bit 2
P1022[1] : 2nd. Command data set (CDS) for Bit 2
P1023[0] : 1st. Command data set (CDS) for Bit 3
P1023[1] : 2nd. Command data set (CDS) for Bit 3
Accessible only if P0701-P0706=99 (function of digital inputs=BICO)
CO: Act. fixed frequency
Min: -
Def: -
Max: -
Level 3
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P1025
Fixed frequency mode – Bit 4
Min: 1
Enum:
Details:
P1026[2]
Def: 1
Max: 3
1=Direct selection
2=Direct selection + ON command
See parameter P1001 for description of how to use fixed frequencies.
Level 3
3=Binary coded selection + ON command
BI: Fixed freq. selection Bit 4
Min: 0:0
Index:
Dependency:
Details:
P1027
Def: 722:4
Max: 4000:0
Level 3
P1026[0] : IN000 (AUTO) 1st. Command data set (CDS)
P1026[1] : IN001 (HAND 2nd. Command data set (CDS)
Accessible only if P0701-P0706=99 (function of digital inputs=BICO).
See P1020 (fixed frequency selection Bit 0) for most common settings.
Fixed frequency mode – Bit 5
Min: 1
Enum:
Details:
P1028[2]
Def: 1
Max: 3
1=Direct selection
2=Direct selection + ON command
See parameter P1001 for description of how to use fixed frequencies.
Level 3
3=Binary coded selection + ON command
BI: Fixed freq. selection Bit 5
Min: 0:0
Index:
Dependency:
Details:
P1031
Def: 722:5
Max: 4000:0
Level 3
P1028[0] : IN000 (AUTO) 1st. Command data set (CDS)
P1028[1] : IN001 (HAND) 2nd. Command data set (CDS)
Accessible only if P0701-P0706=99 (function of digital inputs=BICO).
See P1020 (fixed frequency selection Bit 0) for most common settings.
Setpoint memory of the MOP
Min: 0
Enum:
Note:
P1032
Def: 0
Max: 1
Level 2
0=PID-MOP setpoint will not be stored
1=PID-MOP setpoint will be stored (P2240 is updated)
On next ON command, motor potentiometer setpoint will be the saved value in parameter P1040 (setpoint of the MOP).
Inhibit reverse direction of MOP
Min: 0
Enum:
Dependency:
Note:
P1040
Def: 1
Max: 1
Level 2
0=Reserve direction is allowed
1=Reserve direction inhibited
Motor potentiometer (P1040) must be chosen as main setpoint or additional setpoint (using P1000).
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).
Setpoint of the MOP
Min: -650.00
Note:
r1050
r1078
P1080
Def: 5.00
Max: 650.00
Level 2
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.
CO: Act. Output freq. of the MOP
Min: Def: -
Max: -
Level 3
CO: Total frequency setpoint
Min: -
Max: -
Level 3
Def: -
Min. Frequency
Min: 0.00
Note:
P1082
Def: 0.00
Max: 650.00
Level 1
Value set here is valid both for clockwise and for anticlockwise rotation.
Under certain conditions (for example, ramping, current limiting), motor can run below minimum frequency.
Max. Frequency
Min: 0.00
Dependency:
Note:
Def: 50.00
Max: 650.00
Level 1
Limited internally to 200 Hz or 5 * rated motor frequency (P0305) when P1300 >= 20 (control mode=vector control). The
value is displayed in r0209 (maximum frequency).
The value set here is valid for both clockwise and counterclockwise rotation.
The maximum output frequency of inverter can be exceeded if one of the following is active:
Slip compensation=fmax + fslip comp max, or
Flying restart=fmax + fslip nom
Maximum motor speed is subject to mechanical limitations.
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P1091 – P1094
Details:
Note:
P1101
P1110[2]
Def: 2.00
Max: 10.00
Level 3
Delivers frequency bandwidth to be applied to skip frequencies (in [Hz]).
See P1091 through P1094 (skip frequencies 1 through 4).
BI: Inhibit neg. freq. Setpoint
Min: 0:0
Details:
Settings:
Index:
Note:
P1120
Def: 0:0
Max: 4000:0
Level 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
0=Disabled
1=Enabled
P1110[0] : IN000 (AUTO) 1st. Command data set (CDS)
P1110[1] : IN001 (HAND) 2nd. Command data set (CDS)
It is possible to disable all reverse commands (that is, the command is ignored). To do this, set P0719=0 (remote selection
of command/setpoint source) and define the command sources (P1113) individually.
This function does not disable the "reverse" command function; rather, a reverse command causes motor to run in the
normal direction as described above.
Ramp-up time
Min: 0.00
Details:
P1121
Def: 10.00
Max: 650.00
Level 1
Setting the ramp-up time too short can cause the inverter to trip (overcurrent).
If an external frequency setpoint with set ramp rates is used (for example, 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.
Ramp-down time
Min: 0.00
Details:
P1135
Def: 10.00
Max: 650.00
Level 1
Setting the ramp-down time too short can cause the inverter to trip (overcurrent (F0001)/overvoltage (F0002)).
OFF3 ramp-down time
Min: 0.00
Details:
Note:
P1140[2]
P1141[2]
P1142[2]
P1200
Def: 1.0
P1141[0]: IN000 (AUTO) 1st command data set (CDS)
BI: RFG setpoint
Min: 0.00
Index:
Def: 1.0
P1140[0]: IN000 (AUTO) 1st command data set (CDS)
BI: RFG start
Min: 0.00
Index:
Def: 5.00
Max: 650.00
Level 2
Defines ramp-down time from maximum frequency to standstill for OFF3 command.
This time may be exceeded if the VDC_max. level is reached.
BI: RFG enable
Min: 0.00
Index:
Def: 1.0
P1142[0]: IN000 (AUTO) 1st command data set (CDS)
Max: 4000.0
Level 3
P1140[1]: IN001 (HAND) 2nd command data set (CDS)
Max: 4000.0
Level 3
P1141[1]: IN001 (HAND) 2nd command data set (CDS)
Max: 4000.0
Level 3
P1142[1]: IN001 (HAND) 2nd command data set (CDS)
Flying start
Min: 0
Details:
Enum:
Note:
114
Def: 0.00
Max: 650.00
Level 3
Defines the skip frequency which avoids effects of mechanical resonance and suppresses frequencies within +/- P1101
(skip frequency bandwidth).
P1091 defines skip frequency 1, P1092 defines skip frequency 2, P1093 defines skip frequency 3, and P1094 defines skip
frequency 4.
Stationary operation is not possible within the suppressed frequency range; the range is merely passed through (on the
ramp). For example, if P1091=10 Hz and P1101=2 Hz, it is not possible to operate continuously between 10 Hz +/- 2 Hz
(that is, between 8 and 12 Hz)
Skip frequency bandwidth
Min: 0.00
Details:
Note:
P1202
Skip frequency 1 through 4
Min: 0.00
Def: 0
Max: 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.
0 =Flying start disabled
4 =Flying start is always active, only in direction of setpoint
1 =Flying start is always active, start in direction of setpoint
5 =Flying start is active if power on, fault, OFF2, only in
2 =Flying start is active if power on, fault, OFF2, start in
direction of setpoint
direction of setpoint
6 =Flying start is active if fault, OFF2, only in direction of
3 =Flying start is active if fault, OFF2, start in direction of
setpoint
setpoint
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.
Flying start must be used in cases where the motor may still be turning (for example, after a short mains break) or can be
driven by the load. Otherwise, overcurrent trips will occur
Motor-current: Flying start
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Min: 50
Details:
Note:
P1203
Def: 100
Max: 200
Level 3
Defines search current used for flying start.
Value is in [%] based on rated motor current (P0305).
Reducing the search current may improve performance for flying start if the inertia of the system is not very high.
Search rate: Flying start
Min: 50
Details:
Example:
Note:
P1210
Def: 100
Max: 200
Level 3
Sets factor by which output frequency changes during flying start to synchronize with turning motor. Enter this value in [%]
relative to default time factor (which defines the initial gradient and influences time taken to search for motor frequency).
The search time is the time taken to search through all possible frequencies (between [f_max+2*f_slip] and 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].
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.
A higher value produces a flatter gradient and thus a longer search time.
A lower value has the opposite effect.
Automatic restart
Min: 0
Enum:
Dependency:
Caution:
Note:
P1211
P1212
P1213
P1230[2]
Details:
Settings:
Index:
Caution:
Note:
P1232
Def: 1
Max: 5
Level 2
0=Disabled
3 =Restart after fault/mains break: P1211 enabled
1 =Trip reset after power on:
P1211 disabled
4 =Restart after mains break:
P1211 enabled
2 =Restart mains break; power on:
P1211 disabled
5 =Restart mains break/fault/power on: P1211 disabled
Auto restart requires constant ON command (for example, via a digital input wire link).
Settings 2 to 5 can cause the motor to restart unexpectedly
Flying start must be used in cases where the motor may still be turning (for example, after a short mains break) or can be
driven by the load (P1200).
Number of restart attempts
Min: 0
Def: 3
Max: 10
Level 3
Time to first restart
Min: 0
Def: 30
Max: 1000
Level 2
Restart time increment
Min: 0
Def: 30
Max: 1000
Level 2
BI: Enable DC braking
Min: 0:0
Def: 0:0
Max: 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.
722.0=Digital input 1 (requires P0701 set to 99, BICO)
722.1=Digital input 2 (requires P0702 set to 99, BICO)
722.2=Digital input 3 (requires P0703 set to 99, BICO)
722.3=Digital input 4 (requires P0704 set to 99, BICO)
722.4=Digital input 5 (requires P0705 set to 99, BICO)
722.5=Digital input 6 (requires P0706 set to 99, BICO)
722.6=Digital input 7 (via analog input 1, requires P0707 set to 99)
722.7=Digital input 8 (via analog input 2, requires P0708 set to 99)
P1230[0] : IN000 (AUTO) 1st. Command data set (CDS)
P1230[1] : IN001 (HAND) 2nd. Command data set (CDS)
Frequent use of long periods of DC braking can cause the motor to overheat.
This delay time is set in P0347 (demagnetization time). If this delay is too short, overcurrent trips can occur.
DC braking current
Min: 0
P1233
Def: 100
Max: 250
Level 2
Duration of DC braking
Min: 0
Value:
Caution
Note:
Def: 0
Max: 250
Level 2
P1233=0 : Not active following OFF1.
P1233=1-250 : Active for the specified duration.
Frequent use of long periods of DC braking can cause the motor to overheat.
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).
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Compound braking current
Min: 0
Value:
Dependency:
Note:
P1240
Def: 0
Max: 250
Level 2
P1236=0
: Compound braking disabled.
P1236=1-250 : Level of DC braking current defined as a [%] of rated motor current (P0305).
Active after OFF1/OFF3 command.
Increasing the value will generally improve braking performance; however, if you set the value too high, an overcurrent trip
may result.
Configuration of Vdc controller
Min: 0
Details:
Enum:
Note:
Def: 1
Max: 3
Level 3
The Vdc controller dynamically controls the DC link voltage to prevent overvoltage trips on high inertia systems.
0 =Vdc controller disabled
2 =Vdc-min controller (Kinetic buffering) enabled
1 =Vdc-max controller enabled
3 =Vdc-max and Vdc-min controller enabled
Vdc max automatically increases ramp-down times to keep the DC-link voltage (r0026) within limits (P2172)
Vdc min is activated if DC-link voltage falls below minimum level. The kinetic energy of the motor is then used to buffer the
DC-link voltage, thus causing deceleration of the drive.
P1260
Source of changeover control
Min: 0
Settings:
r1261
BO: Contactor control word
Min: -
Bit Fields
P1262
P1263
P1264
P1265
P1266
P1270[2]
P1300
Def: 0
Max: 7
Level 2
4=Controlled by VFD frequency
5=Controlled by VFD frequency and VFD trip
6=Controlled by VFD frequency and DIN
7=Controlled by VFD frequency and DIN and VFD trip
Def: -
Max: Level 2
Bit 01 Motor supplied by mains 0...YES, 1...NO
0=Bypass disabled
1=Controlled by VFD trip
2=Controlled by DIN – see 1266
3=Controlled by DIN and VFD trip
Bit 00 Motor supplied by drive 0...YES, 1...NO
Bypass dead time
Min: 0
Def: 1.000
Max: 20.000
Level 2
De-Bypass time
Min: 0
Def: 1.000
Max: 300.0
Level 2
Bypass time
Min: 0
Def: 1.0
Max: 300.0
Level 2
Mains frequency
Min: 12.00
Def: 50.00
Max: 650.00
Level 2
BI: Bypass command
Min: 0:0
Def: 0:0
Max: 4000:0
Level 2
BI: Enable essential service
Min: 0:0
Def: 0:0
Max: 4000:0
Level 2
Control mode
Min: 0
Details:
Enum:
Dependency:
Note:
Def: 0
Max: 23
Level 2
Controls relationship between speed of motor and voltage supplied by inverter.
0 =V/f with linear charac.
4 =V/f with ECO mode
20 =Sensorless vector control
1 =V/f with FCC
5 =V/f for textile applications
21 =Vector control with sensor
2 =V/f with parabolic charac.
6 =V/f with FCC for textile applications
22 =Sensorless vector torque-control
3 =V/f with programmable charac.
19 =V/f control with independent
23 =Vector torque-control with sensor
voltage setpoint
Limited internally to 200 Hz or 5 * rated motor frequency (P0305) when P1300 >= 20 (control mode=vector control). The
value is displayed in r0209 (maximum frequency).
P1300=1 : V/f with FCC
* 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
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P1310
Continuous boost
Min: 0.0
Details:
Dependency:
Note:
Def: 50.0
Max: 250.0
Level 2
Defines boost level in [%] relative to P0305 (rated motor current) applicable to both linear and quadratic V/f curves.
Setting in P0640 (motor overload factor [%]) limits the boost.
The boost values are combined when continuous boost (P1310) used in conjunction with other boost parameters
(acceleration boost P1311 and starting boost P1312). However priorities are allocated to these parameters as follows:
P1310 > P1311 > P1312
Increasing the boost levels increases motor heating (especially at standstill).
P1311
Acceleration boost
Min: 0.0
Details:
Dependency:
Note:
P1312
Def: 0.0
Max: 250.0
Level 2
Applies boost in [%] relative to P0305 (rated motor current) following a positive setpoint change and drops back out once
the setpoint is reached.
Setting in P0640 (motor overload factor [%]) limits boost.
Acceleration boost can help to improve response to small positive setpoint changes.
Starting boost
Min: 0.0
Details:
Dependency:
Note:
P1335
Def: 0.0
Max: 250.0
Level 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 setpoint is reached for the first time. 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.
Setting in P0640 (motor overload factor [%]) limits boost.
Increasing the boost levels increases motor heating.
Boosts ” 300/lmot * Rs
Priorities are allocated to the boost parameters as follows:
P1310 > P1311 > P1312
Slip compensation
Min: 0.0
Details:
Value:
Note:
P1336
Def: 0.0
Max: 600.0
Level 2
Dynamically adjusts output frequency of inverter so that motor speed is kept constant independent of motor load.
P1335= 0% : Slip compensation disabled.
P1335=100% : This uses the motor data and motor model to add the rated slip frequency rated motor speed and rated
motor current.
Gain adjustment enables fine-tuning of the actual motor speed (see P1460-gain speed control).
100%=standard setting for warm stator
Slip limit
Min: 0
Details:
Dependency:
r1337
Def: 250
Max: 600
Level 2
Compensation slip limit in [%] relative to r0330 (rated motor slip), which is added to frequency setpoint.
Slip compensation (P1335) active.
CO: V/f slip frequency
Min: -
Details:
Dependency:
P1499
Scaling accel. torque control
Min: 0.0
Details:
P1800
Def: -
Max: -
Level 3
Max: 400.0
Level 3
Displays actual compensated motor slip as [%].
Slip compensation (P1335) active.
Def: 100.0
Enters scaling of acceleration in [%] for sensorless torque control (SLVC) at low frequencies.
Pulse frequency
Min: 2
Details:
Dependency:
Note:
Def: 4
Max: 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 to 480V units reduce the maximum continuous motor current.
Minimum pulse frequency depends on P1082 (maximum frequency) and P0310 (rated motor frequency).
At 4 kHz, full output current is obtained up to 50 degrees C (CT mode);
over 50 degrees Celsius, 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 radiofrequency emissions.
Under certain circumstances, the inverter may reduce the switching frequency to provide protection against overtemperature (see P0290, Level 3).
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CO: Act. switching frequency
Min: -
Note:
P1820
Reverse output phase sequence
Min: 0
Def: 0
Enum:
Dependency:
Details:
P1910
Max: 1
Level 2
0=OFF
1=ON
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.
See P1000 (select frequency setpoint).
Select motor data identification
Min: 0
Settings:
Enum:
Dependency:
Note:
r1912[3]
Def: 0
Max: 20
Level 2
P1910=1: All motor data
P1910=3: Saturation curve
* P0350 stator resistance,
* P0362 ... P0365 magnetizing curve flux 1 .. 4
* P0354 rotor resistance,
* P0366 ... P0369 magnetizing curve imag 1 .. 4
* P0356 stator leakage reactance,
will be identified and parameter will be changed.
* P0358 rotor leakage reactance,
* P0360 main reactance
will be identified and parameter will be changed.
0=Disabled
6=Identification of Tdead (r1926) without parameter change
1=Identification of all parameters with parameter change
7=Identification of Rs (r1912 ) without parameter change
2=Identification of all parameters without parameter change
8=Identification of Xs (r1915) without parameter change
3=Identification of saturation curve with parameter change
9=Identification of Tr (r1913) without parameter change
4=Identification of saturation curve without parameter
10 =Identification of Xsigma (r1914) without parameter
change
change
5=Identification of XsigDyn (r1920) without parameter
20 =Set voltage vector
change
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.
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.
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, that is, shown for checking purposes in the readonly parameter r1912 (identified stator resistance). The value is not applied to the control.
Identified stator resistance
Min: -
Index:
Note:
P2000
P2001
Example:
P2002
r2004
P2009[2]
Enum:
Index:
Note:
118
Def: Max: Level 3
Actual pulse frequency of power switches in inverter. Under certain conditions (inverter overtemperature, see P0290), this
can differ from the values selected in P1800 (pulse frequency).
Def: Max: Level 2
r1912[0] : U_phase
r1912[1] : V_phase
r1912[2] : W_phase
This value is measured using P1910=1 or 2 , that is, identification of all parameters with/without change.
Reference frequency
Min: 1.00
Def: 50.00
Max: 650.00
Level 2
Reference voltage
Min: 10
Def: 1000
Max: 2000
Level 3
P0201=230 specifies that 4000H received via USS denotes 230V.
Reference current
Min: 0.10
Def: 0.10
Max: 10000.00
Level 3
Reference power
Min: -
Def: -
Max: -
Level 3
USS normalization
Min: 0
Def: 0
Max: 1
Level 3
0=Disabled
1=Enabled
P2009[0] : Serial interface COM link
P2009[1] : Serial interface BOP link
If enabled, the main setpoint (word 2 in PZD) is not interpreted as 100%=4000H, but as "absolute" instead (for example,
4000H=16384 means 163.84 Hz ).
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P2010[2]
USS baudrate
Min: 4
Enum:
Index:
P2011[2]
Def: 6
4= 2400 baud
7= 19200 baud
5= 4800 baud
8= 38400 baud
6= 9600 baud
P2010[0] : Serial interface COM link
Max: 12
9= 57600 baud
10=76800 baud
Level 2
11=93750 baud
12 =115200 baud
P2010[1] : Serial interface BOP link
USS address
Min: 0
Index:
Note:
P2014[2]
Def: 0
Max: 31
Level 2
P2011[0] : Serial interface COM link
P2011[1] : Serial interface BOP link
You can connect up to a further 30 inverters via the serial link (that is, 31 inverters in total) and control them with the USS
serial bus protocol.
USS telegram off time
Min: 0
Index:
Note:
P2040
Def: 0
Max: 65535
Level 3
P2014[0] : Serial interface COM link
P2014[1] : Serial interface BOP link
By default (time set to 0), no fault is generated (that is, watchdog disabled).
CB telegram off time
Min: 0
Dependency:
P2041[5]
Def: 20
Max: 65535
Level 3
Setting 0=watchdog disabled
CB parameter
Min: 0
Index:
Note:
r2050[8]
Def: 0
Max: 65535
Level 3
P2041[0] : CB parameter 0
P2041[2] : CB parameter 2
P2041[4] : CB parameter 4
P2041[1] : CB parameter 1
P2041[3] : CB parameter 3
See relevant communication board manual for protocol definition and appropriate settings
CB parameter
Min: 0
Index:
Note:
P2051[8]
CI: PZD to CB
Min: 0:0
Settings:
Index:
r2053[5]
Index:
r2054[7]
Note:
P2100[3]
Def: 52:0
Def: -
0=No CB option board
1=PROFIBUS DP
r2053[0] : CB type (PROFIBUS=1)
r2053[1] : Firmware version
r2053[2] : Firmware version detail
CB diagnosis
Min: -
Index:
Max: 65535
Max: 4000:0
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
P2051[0] : Transmitted word 0
P2051[3] : Transmitted word 3
P2051[1] : Transmitted word 1
P2051[4] : Transmitted word 4
P2051[2] : Transmitted word 2
P2051[5] : Transmitted word 5
CB identification
Min: -
Enum:
Def: 0
r2050[0] : Received word 0
r2050[3] : Received word 3
r2050[1] : Received word 1
r2050[4] : Received word 4
r2050[2] : Received word 2
r2050[5] : Received word 5
The control words can be viewed as bit parameters r2032 and r2033.
Def: -
Level 3
r2050[6] : Received word 6
r2050[7] : Received word 7
Level 3
P2051[6] : Transmitted word 6
P2051[7] : Transmitted word 7
Max: Level 3
2=DeviceNet
56 not defined
r2053[3] : Firmware date (year)
r2053[4] : Firmware date (day/month)
Max: -
r2054[0] : CB diagnosis 0
r2054[3] : CB diagnosis 3
r2054[1] : CB diagnosis 1
r2054[4] : CB diagnosis 4
r2054[2] : CB diagnosis 2
See relevant communications board manual.
Level 3
r2054[5] : CB diagnosis 5
r2054[6] : CB diagnosis 6
Alarm number selection
Min: 0
Example:
Note:
Def: 0
Max: 65535
Level 3
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).
All fault codes have a default reaction to OFF2. Some fault codes caused by hardware trips (for example, overcurrent)
cannot be changed from the default reactions.
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Stop reaction value
Min: 0
Details:
Enum:
Note:
r2110[4]
Def: 0
Max: 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.
0=No reaction, no display
2=OFF2 stop reaction
4=No reaction warning only
1=OFF1 stop reaction
3=OFF3 stop reaction
Settings 0 to 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)
Warning number
Min: -
Details
Index:
Note:
P2111
Def: Max: Level 2
Displays warning information.
A maximum of two active warnings (indices 0 and 1) and 2 historical warnings (indices 2 and 3) may be viewed.
r2110[0] : Recent Warnings --, warning 1
r2110[2] : Recent Warnings -1, warning 3
r2110[1] : Recent Warnings --, warning 2
r2110[3] : Recent Warnings -1, warning 4
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.
Indices 0 and 1 are not stored.
Total number of warnings
Min: 0
Details:
r2114[2]
Run time counter
Min: -
Details:
P2115[3]
P2181
Max: 4
Level 3
Def: -
Max: -
Level 3
Max: 65535
Level 3
Displays run time counter. See P-948 (fault time).
AOP real time clock
Min: 0
Details:
Def: 0
Displays number of warning (up to 4) since last reset. Set to 0 to reset the warning history.
Def: 0
Displays run time counter. See P-948 (fault time).
Belt failure detection mode
Min: 0
Details:
Def: 0
Max: 6
Level 2
Sets belt failure detection mode. This function allows detection of mechanical failure of the drive train, for example, a
broken drive belt. It can also detect conditions which cause an overload, such as a jam.
Two methods are provided of detecting the failure.
The fist is achieved by comparing the actual frequency/torque curve with a programmed envelope (see P2182-P2190). If
the curve falls outside the envelope, a warning or trip is generated.
Enum:
P2182
Belt threshold frequency 1
Min: 0.00
Details:
Note:
P2183
Def: 5.00
Max: 650.00
Level 3
Sets a frequency threshold F1 for comparing actual torque to torque the envelope for belt failure detection.
The frequency torque envelope is defined by 9 parameters-3 are frequency parameters (P2182-P2184), and the other 6
define the low and high torque limits (P2185-P2190) for each frequency.
The torque is unlimited below P2182, and above P2184. Normally P2182 <= lower torque limit (P1521), and P2184
>=upper torque limit (P1520).
Belt threshold frequency 2
Min: 0.00
Details:
Note:
P2184
Def: 30.00
Max: 650.00
Level 2
Sets a threshold F2 for comparing actual torque to torque the envelope for belt failure detection.
See P2182 (belt threshold frequency 1).
Belt threshold frequency 3
Min: 0.00
Details:
Note:
120
The second uses a pulse train from a simple sensor on the driven machine connected to the encoder circuit within the drive
ASIC via a digital input. The pulse train, normally detecting one pulse per revolution of the drive machine, is converted to a
frequency reference and compared with the actual inverter output frequency.
0=Belt failure detection disabled
3=Warn high/low torque/speed
5=Trip high torque/speed
1=Warn low torque/speed
4=Trip low torque/speed
6=Trip high/low torque/speed
2=Warn high torque/speed
Def: 50.00
Max: 650.00
Level 2
Sets a threshold F3 for comparing actual torque to torque the envelope for belt failure detection.
See P2182 (belt threshold frequency 1).
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P2185, P2187,
P2189
Details:
Note:
P2186, P2188,
P2190
Details:
Note:
P2191
Upper torque threshold 1, 2, and 3
Min: 0.0
Def: 99999.0
Upper limit threshold value for comparing actual torque.
See P2182 (belt threshold frequency).
Max: 99999.0
Level 2
Lower torque threshold 1, 2, and 3
Min: 0.0
Def: 0.0
Lower limit threshold value for comparing actual torque.
See P2182 (belt threshold frequency).
Max: 99999.0
Level 2
Belt failure speed tolerance
Min: 0.00
Details:
P2192
Def: 3.00
Max: 20.00
Level 2
P2191 defines the allowed speed variation bandwidth between the inverter frequency, and the speed reference from the
pulse train. When the speed of the driven machine varies by more than this amount, a trip or warning is given.
Time delay for belt failure
Min: 0
Details:
r2197
Bit Fields:
r2198
Bit Fields:
P2200[2]
Def: 10
Max: 65
Level 2
P2192 defines a delay before warning/trip becomes active. It is used to eliminate events caused by transient conditions. It
is used for both methods of fault detection.
CO/BO: Monitoring word 1
Min: Def: Bit00
Act. freq. r0024 <= P1080
Bit01
Act. freq. r0024 <= P2155
Bit02
Act. freq. r0024 >
P2155
Bit03
Act. freq. r0024 >
zero
Bit04
Act. freq. r0024 >= setp.
Bit05
Act. freq. r0024 <= P2167
Bit06
Act. freq. r0024 >= P1082
Bit07
Act. freq. r0024 == setp.
Bit08
Act. current r0068 >= P2170
Bit09
Act. unfilt. Vdc
< P2172
Bit10
Act. unfilt. Vdc
> P2172
Bit11
No load condition
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
NO,
CO/BO: Monitoring word 2
Min: Def: Bit00
| n,filtered r2169 | < P2157
0
Bit01
| n,filtered r2169 | > P2157
0
Bit02
| n,filtered r2169 | < P2159
0
Bit03
| n,filtered r2169 | > P2159
0
Bit04
| n,set | < P2161
0
Bit05
n,set > 0
0
Bit06
Motor blocked
0
Bit07
Motor stalled
0
Bit08
| I,act r0068 | < P2170
0
Bit09
|T,act| > P2174 and setpoint reached 0
Bit10
| T,act | > P2174
0
Bit11
Belt failure warning
0
Bit12
Belt failure trip
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Max: YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
Max: NO, 1
NO, 1
NO, 1
NO, 1
NO, 1
NO, 1
NO, 1
NO, 1
NO, 1
NO, 1
NO, 1
NO, 1
NO, 1
Level 2
Level 2
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
BI: Enable PID controller
Min: 0:0
Details:
Index:
Dependency:
Note:
Def: 0:0
Max: 4000:0
Level 2
PID mode Allows you to enable/disable the PID controller. Setting to 1 enables the PID closed-loop controller.
P2200[0] : IN000 (AUTO) 1st. Command data set (CDS)
P2200[1] : IN001 (HAND) 2nd. Command data set (CDS)
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).
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 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 through
P2215
Details:
Fixed PID setpoint 1 through 15
Level 2
Min: -200.00
Def: See Note Below
Max: 200.00
Defines Fixed PID Setpoint 1. In addition, you can set any of the digital input parameters to Fixed PID Setpoint via the
digital inputs (P0701-P0706).
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. 3 Binary Coded Decimal selection (P0701-P0706=17).
Using this method to select the PID Fixed Setpoint allows you to choose up to 16 different PID setpoints. The
setpoints are selected according to the following table:
Dependency:
Note:
P2216, P2217,
P2218, P2219
Enum:
P2220[2]
Settings:
Index:
122
DIN4
DIN3
DIN2
DIN1
OFF
Inactive
Inactive
Inactive
Inactive
Active
P1001
FF1
Inactive
Inactive
Inactive
Active
P1002
FF2
Inactive
Inactive
Inactive
Active
Active
P1003
FF3
Inactive
Inactive
Active
P1004
FF4
Inactive
Inactive
Inactive
Active
Active
P1005
FF5
Inactive
Inactive
Active
Active
P1006
FF6
Inactive
Inactive
Active
Active
Active
P1007
FF7
Inactive
Active
P1008
FF8
Inactive
Inactive
Inactive
Active
Active
P1009
FF9
Inactive
Inactive
Active
Active
P1010
FF10
Inactive
Inactive
Active
Active
Active
P1011
FF11
Inactive
Active
Active
P1012
FF12
Inactive
Inactive
Active
Active
Active
P1013
FF13
Inactive
Active
Active
Active
Active
P1014
FF14
Active
Active
Active
Active
P1015
FF15
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.
You may mix different types of frequencies; however, remember that they will be summed if selected together.
P2201=100% corresponds to 4000 hex.
Default fixed PID setpoint values are as follows:
Fixed PID
Default
Fixed PID
Default
Fixed PID
Default
1
0.00
6
50.00
11
100.00
2
10.00
7
60.00
12
110.00
3
20.00
8
70.00
13
120.00
4
30.00
9
80.00
14
130.00
5
40.00
10
90.00
15
130.00
Fixed PID setpoint mode-Bit 0, Bit 1, Bit 2, and Bit 3
Min: 1
1=Direct selection
Level 3
Def: 1
Max: 3
2=Direct selection + ON command
3=Binary coded selection + ON command
BI: Fixed PID setp. select Bit 0
Min: 0:0
Def: 0:0
Max: 4000:0
Level 3
722.0=Digital input 1 (requires P0701 set to 99, BICO)
722.1=Digital input 2 (requires P0702 set to 99, BICO)
722.2=Digital input 3 (requires P0703 set to 99, BICO)
722.3=Digital input 4 (requires P0704 set to 99, BICO)
722.4=Digital input 5 (requires P0705 set to 99, BICO)
722.5=Digital input 6 (requires P0706 set to 99, BICO)
722.6=Digital input 7 (via analog input 1, requires P0707 set to 99)
722.7=Digital input 8 (via analog input 2, requires P0708 set to 99)
P2220[0] : IN000 (AUTO) 1st. Command data set (CDS)
P2220[1] : IN001 (HAND) 2nd. Command data set (CDS)
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BI: Fixed PID setp. select Bit 1, Bit 2, and Bit 3
P2221[2].
P2222[2],
P2223[2]
Level 3
Settings:
Index:
r2224
Min: 0:0
Def: 0:0
Max: 4000:0
722.0=Digital input 1 (requires P0701 set to 99, BICO)
722.1=Digital input 2 (requires P0702 set to 99, BICO)
722.2=Digital input 3 (requires P0703 set to 99, BICO)
722.3=Digital input 4 (requires P0704 set to 99, BICO)
722.4=Digital input 5 (requires P0705 set to 99, BICO)
722.5=Digital input 6 (requires P0706 set to 99, BICO)
For P2221:
For P2222:
P2221[0]: IN000 (AUTO) 1st command P2222[0]: IN000 (AUTO) 1st command
data set (CDS)
data set (CDS)
P2221[1]: IN001 (HAND) 2nd
P2222[1]: IN001 (HAND) 2nd
command data set (CDS)
command data set (CDS)
CO: Act. fixed PID setpoint
Min: -
Note:
P2225
P2226[2]
1=Direct selection
BI: Fixed PID setp. select Bit 4
Min: 0:0
Settings:
Index:
P2227
P2228 [2]
1=Direct selection
BI: Fixed PID setp. select Bit 5
Min: 0:0
Settings:
Index:
P2231
Def: 1
Max: 2
2=Direct selection + ON command
Def: 722:4
722.0=Digital input 1 (requires P0701 set to 99, BICO)
722.1=Digital input 2 (requires P0702 set to 99, BICO)
722.2=Digital input 3 (requires P0703 set to 99, BICO)
722.3=Digital input 4 (requires P0704 set to 99, BICO)
722.4=Digital input 5 (requires P0705 set to 99, BICO)
722.5=Digital input 6 (requires P0706 set to 99, BICO)
P2226[0]: IN000 (AUTO) 1st command data set (CDS)
Fixed PID setpoint mode-Bit 5
Min: 1
Enum:
Max: -
Level 2
r2224=100% corresponds to 4000 hex.
Fixed PID setpoint mode-Bit 4
Min: 1
Enum:
Def: -
For P2223:
P2223[0]: IN000 (AUTO) 1st command
data set (CDS)
P2223[1]: IN001 (HAND) 2nd
command data set (CDS)
Def: 1
Max: 4000:0
Def: 722:5
Level 3
P2226[1]: IN001 (HAND) 2nd command data set (CDS)
Max: 2
2=Direct selection + ON command
722.0=Digital input 1 (requires P0701 set to 99, BICO)
722.1=Digital input 2 (requires P0702 set to 99, BICO)
722.2=Digital input 3 (requires P0703 set to 99, BICO)
722.3=Digital input 4 (requires P0704 set to 99, BICO)
722.4=Digital input 5 (requires P0705 set to 99, BICO)
722.5=Digital input 6 (requires P0706 set to 99, BICO)
P2228[0]: IN000 (AUTO) 1st command data set (CDS)
Level 3
3=Binary coded selection + ON command
Level 3
3=Binary coded selection + ON command
Max: 4000:0
Level 3
P2228[1]: IN001 (HAND) 2nd command data set (CDS)
Setpoint memory of PID-MOP
Min: 0
Enum:
Dependency:
Note:
P2232
Def: 0
Max: 1
Level 2
0=PID-MOP setpoint will not be stored
1=PID-MOP setpoint will be stored (P2240 is updated)
If 0 is selected, setpoint returns to value set in P2240 (setpoint of PID-MOP) after an OFF command
If 1 is selected, active setpoint is ’remembered’ and P2240 updated with current value.
See P2240 (setpoint of PID-MOP).
Inhibit rev. direct. of PID-MOP
Min: 0
Details:
Enum:
Note:
Def: 1
Max: 1
Level 2
Inhibits reverse setpoint selection when PID motor potentiometer is chosen either as a main setpoint of additional setpoint
(using P1000)
0=Reserve direction is allowed
1=Reserve direction inhibited
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.
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Setpoint of PID-MOP
Min: -200.00
Settings:
Dependency:
Note:
r2250
CO: Output setpoint of PID-MOP
Min: Def: Note:
P2253[2]
Max: 200.00
Level 2
Max: -
Level 2
r2250=100% corresponds to 4000 hex.
CI: PID setpoint
Min: 0:0
Details:
Settings:
Index;
P2254[2]
Def: 0:0
Max: 4000:0
Level 2
This parameter allows you to select the source of the PID setpoint. Normally, a digital setpoint is selected either using a
fixed PID setpoint or an active setpoint.
755= Analog input 1
2224 =Fixed PI setpoint (see P2201 to P2207)
2250 =Active PI setpoint (see P2240)
P2253[0] : IN000 (AUTO) 1st. Command data set (CDS)
P2253[1] : IN001 (HAND) 2nd. Command data set (CDS)
CI: PID trim source
Min: 0:0
Details:
Settings:
Index:
P2261
Def: 0:0
Max: 4000:0
Level 3
This parameter allows you to select the source of the PID setpoint. Normally, a digital setpoint is selected either using a
fixed PID setpoint or an active setpoint.
755= Analog input 1
2224 =Fixed PI setpoint (see P2201 to P2207)
2250 =Active PI setpoint (see P2240)
P2254[0] : IN000 (AUTO) 1st. Command data set (CDS)
P2254[1] : IN001 (HAND) 2nd. Command data set (CDS)
PID setpoint filter time constant
Min: 0.00
Note:
r2262
P2264[2]
Settings:
Index:
Note:
P2265
Def: 0.00
Max: 60.00
Level 3
Def: -
Max: -
Level 2
0=no smoothing
CO: Act. PID filtered setpoint
Min: -
Details:
Note:
Displays PID setpoint in [%] after smoothing.
r2262=100% corresponds to 4000 hex.
CI: PID feedback
Min: 0:0
Def: 755:0
Max: 4000:0
Level 2
755= Analog input 1 setpoint
2224 =Fixed PID setpoint
2250 =Output setpoint of PID-MOP
P2264[0] : IN000 (AUTO) 1st. Command data set (CDS)
P2264[1] : IN001 (HAND) 2nd. Command data set (CDS)
When analog input is selected, offset and gain can be implemented using parameters P0756 to P0760.
PID feedback filter timeconstant
Min: 0.00
Def: 0.00
P2267
Max: 60.00
Level 2
Max. value for PID feedback
Min: -200.00
Note:
P2268
Def: 100.00
Max: 200.00
Level 3
P2267=100% corresponds to 4000 hex.
When PID is enabled (P2200=1) and the signal rises above this value, the inverter will trip with P0222.
Min. value for PID feedback
Min: -200.00
Note:
P2269
Def: 0.00
Max: 200.00
Level 3
P2268=100% corresponds to 4000 hex.
When PID is enabled (P2200=1) and the signal rises above this value, the inverter will trip with P0221.
Gain applied to PID feedback
Min: 0.00
Note:
124
Def: 10.00
722.0=Digital input 1 (requires P0701 set to 99, BICO)
722.1=Digital input 2 (requires P0702 set to 99, BICO)
722.2=Digital input 3 (requires P0703 set to 99, BICO)
722.3=Digital input 4 (requires P0704 set to 99, BICO)
722.4=Digital input 5 (requires P0705 set to 99, BICO)
722.5=Digital input 6 (requires P0706 set to 99, BICO)
722.6=Digital input 7 (via analog input 1, requires P0707 set to 99)
722.7=Digital input 8 (via analog input 2, requires P0708 set to 99)
19.D =Keypad UP cursor
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=100% corresponds to 4000 hex.
Def: 100.00
Max: 500.00
Level 3
Allows you 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
Min: 0
Details:
Enum:
P2271
Def: 0
Max: 3
Level 3
Applies mathematical functions to the PID feedback signal, allowing multiplication of the result by P2269 (gain applied to
PID feedback).
0=Disabled
1=Square root (root(x))
2=Square
(x*x)
3=Cube
(x*x*x)
PID transducer type
Min: 0
Value:
Enum:
Note:
r2272
Def: 0
Max: 1
Level 2
0 : [default] If the feedback signal is less than the PID setpoint, the PID controller will increase motor speed to correct this.
1 : If the feedback signal is greater than the PID setpoint, the PID controller will reduce motor speed to correct this.
0=Disabled
1=Inversion of PID feedback signal
It is essential that you select the correct transducer 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.
CO: PID scaled feedback
Min: Note:
r2273
CO: PID error
Min: Note:
P2274
P2279
P2280
Level 2
Max: -
Level 2
Def: 0
Max: 65535
Level 2
Def: 0.00
Max: 100.00
Level 3
Def: -
Set PID derivative time
PID neutral zone
Min: 0.00
Note:
Max: -
r2273=100% corresponds to 4000 hex.
PID derivative time
Min: 0
Note:
Def: -
r2272=100% corresponds to 4000 hex.
Set PID derivative time
PID proportional gain
Min: 0.000
Details:
Dependency:
Note:
P2285
Def: 3.000
Max: 65.000
Level 2
Allows you to set proportional gain for standard PID controller. For best results, enable both P and I terms.
If P term=0, I term acts on the square of the error signal.
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.
The D term (P2274) multiplies the difference between the present and previous feedback signal thus accelerating the
controller reaction to an error that appears suddenly.
The D term should be used carefully, since it can cause the controller output to fluctuate as every change in the feedback
signal is amplified by the controller derivative action.
PID integral time
Min: 0.000
Note:
P2291
Def: 0.000
Max: 60.000
Level 2
See P2280 (PID proportional gain).
PID output upper limit
Min: -200.00
Dependency:
Note:
P2292
Def: 100.00
Max: 200.00
Level 2
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.
P2291=100% corresponds to 4000 hex (as defined by P2000 [reference frequency] ).
PID output lower limit
Min: -200.00
Dependency:
Note:
P2293
Def: 0.00
Max: 200.00
Level 2
A negative value allows bipolar operation of PID controller.
P2292=100% corresponds to 4000 hex.
Ramp up/-down time of PID limit
Min: 0.00
Def: 0.00
Detail:
Note:
Max: 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 setup changes appearing on the
output of the PID when the VFD 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.
If an OFF1 or OFF3 are issued, the VFD output frequency ramps down as set in P1121 (ramp-down time) or P1135
(ramp=down time).
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r2294
CO: Act. PID output
Min: Note:
P2303[2]
Max: -
Level 2
CI: PID o/p offset
Min: 0:0
Settings:
Index:
Note:
P2304
Def: 0.0
Max: 4000.0
Level 3
755=Analog input 1 setpoint
2224=Fixed PID setpoint
2250=Output setpoint of PID-MOP
P2303[0]= IN000 (AUTO) 1st command data set (CDS)
P2303[1]= IN001 (HAND) 2nd command data set (CDS)
On selection of an analog input, offset and gain can be implemented using parameters
PID Opening time
Note:
Def: 60
Min: 0
See P2305 (PID actuator closing time).
Note:
PID Closing time
Def: 60
Min: 0
See P2304 (PID actuator opening time).
P2305
P2306
Max: 65535
Level 2
Max: 65535
Level 2
PID actuator Dir
Settings:
P2370
Def: 1
Min: 0
0=Indirect Acting (cooling sequence)
Max: 1
Level 2
1=Direct Acting (heating sequence)
Selection of motor staging stop mode
Min: 0
Def: 0
Enum:
P2371
Max: 1
0=Normal stop
P2372
0=Motor staging Disabled
1=M1=1X, M2= , M3 =
2=M1=1X, M2=1X, M3 =
Enable motor cycling
Min: 0
Enum:
P2373
Details:
P2374
P2375
P2376
P2377
P2378
r2379
Bit Fields:
Def: 20.0
Max: 200.0
Level 2
Def: 30
Max: 650
Level 2
Def: 30
Max: 650
Level 2
Def: 25.0
Max: 200.0
Level 2
Def: 30
Max: 650
Level 2
Time for which delay override is prevented after a motor has been staged or destaged.
Staging frequency f, %fMax
Min: 0.0
Details:
Level 2
Error as a percentage of setpoint that if exceeded will begin staging without delay.
Delay override lockout timer
Min: 0
Details:
Max: 1
1=Enabled
Time that error must exceed hysteresis before destaging occurs.
Delay override
Min: 0.0
Details:
Def: 0
Time that error must exceed hysteresis before staging occurs.
Motor destaging delay
Min: 0
Details:
Level 2
6=M1=1X, M2=2X, M3=3X
7=M1=1X, M2=1X, M3=3X
8=M1=1X, M2=2X, M3=3X
Error as a percentage of setpoint that must be exceeded before staging delay starts.
Motor staging delay
Min: 0
Details:
Max: 8
3=M1=1X, M2=2X, M3 =
4=M1=1X, M2=1X, M3=1X
5=M1=1X, M2=1X, M3=2X
0=Disabled
Motor staging hysteresis
Min: 0.0
Level 2
1=Sequence stop
Selection of external motor configuration
Min: 0
Def: 0
Enum:
126
Def: -
r2294=100% corresponds to 4000 hex.
Def: 50.0
Max: 120.0
Level 2
The frequency as a percentage of fMax at which anexternal motor will be started or stopped
CO/BO: Status of motor staging
Min: Def: Bit00
Start motor 1
0
YES, 1
Bit01
Start motor 2
0
YES, 1
Bit02
Start motor 3
0
YES, 1
Max: -
Level 2
NO
NO
NO
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P2380[3]
Index:
Note:
P2390
Motor hours run
Min: 0
Hibernation frequency
Min: 0
Details:
P2391
P2392
P3900
Def: 0
Max: 650.00
Level 2
P2380[2] : Motor 3 hrs run
Level 3
Def: 0
Max: 650.00
Level 3
Hibernation restart frequency (frequency the motor output will turn on).
Restart frequency
Min: 0
Details:
Max: 100000
Hibernation frequency setpoint (frequency the motor output will turn off).
Hibernation timer
Min: 0
Details:
Def: 0
P2380[0] : Motor 1 hrs run
P2380[1] : Motor 2 hrs run
To reset the running hours, set the value to zero, any other value is ignored.
Def: 0
Max: 650.00
Level 3
Hibernation restart frequency (frequency the motor output will turn on).
End of quick commissioning
Min: 0
Details:
Enum:
Dependency:
Note:
Def: 0
Max: 3
Level 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.
0=No quick commissioning
1=Start quick commissioning with factory reset
2=Start quick commissioning
3=Start quick commissioning only for motor data
Changeable only when P0010=1 (quick commissioning)
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.
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.
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).
Calculates a variety of motor parameters, overwriting previous values. These include P0344 (Level 3, motor weight), P0350
(Level 3, demagnetization time), P2000 (reference frequency), P2002 (Level 3, reference current).
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Manual Addendum
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 - Mechanical Installation.............................................................................130
SED2 (IP20) Filters Dimensions................................................................................130
Chapter 2 - Electrical Installation ................................................................................131
EMC-Compatibility .....................................................................................................131
Installation ............................................................................................................131
Wiring ...................................................................................................................131
Power Connection for Drives with a Built-in EMC Filter .......................................134
Connecting Multiple Motors .......................................................................................136
Operation with a Residual Current Device (RCD) .....................................................137
Chapter 3 - Programming.............................................................................................138
Bypassing the SED2..................................................................................................138
Hibernation Mode ......................................................................................................140
Chapter 4 - BiCo (Binector and Connector) Data Set Functions .............................142
Introduction ................................................................................................................142
How does BiCo work? ...............................................................................................142
Using Control and Status Words with BiCo...............................................................144
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SED2 (IP20) Filters Dimensions
B
I
K
I
K
G
J
J
A
H
A
H
G
B
C
C
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Filter for Frame Sizes B and C
Filter for Frame Size A
Frame
Size
A
B
C
G
H
I
J
K
A
7.9 (200)
2.9 (73)
1.7 (44)
2.4 (60)
6.3 (160)
2.2 (56)
7.4 (187)
0.9 (22)
B
8.4 (213)
5.9 (149)
2.0 (51)
5.4 (138)
6.9 (174)
4.7 (120)
7.9 (200)
1.0 (24)
C
9.6 (245)
7.3 (185)
22 (56)
6.9 (174)
8.0 (204)
6.2 (156)
9.1(232)
1.4 (35)
Figure 1. Dimensions of SED2 (IP20) Filters for Frame Sizes A through C.
Dimensions in Inches (Millimeters).
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EMC-Compatibility
NOTE:
The Siemens Building Technologies SED2 Variable Frequency Drives are shipped
without EMC line filters. (The EMC filter is most commonly used in Europe.) Where
local codes or customer/installation requirements dictate, separately orderable line
filters are available. More stringent Class B line filters are also available for most
models. Installation of these filters satisfies the requirements for the EU’s EMC
directive.
Installation
The SED2 operates in environments where they may be exposed to high levels of
electromagnetic interference (EMI). Normally, good installation practices ensure safe and
interference-free operation. However, should problems associated with EMI occur, follow these
guidelines:
•
Ensure good electrical contact between the mounting plate and the metal housing of the
SED2 via the mounting screws.
•
Use serrated lock washers and electrically conductive mounting plates.
•
If a footprint EMC filter is used, fit it under the SED2 and ground it via the metal backplate.
When connecting the EMC filter to the inputs of the SED2, use shielded cables, and ensure
that they are correctly grounded using cable clamps (Figure 2).
Wiring
•
Ensure that all equipment in the control cabinet is properly grounded. Connect all equipment
by short, thick grounding conductors to a common grounding point or bus bar.
•
Ensure that any control equipment connected to a SED2 (such as PLC or BACS,
programmable logic controller or building automation and control system) connects with a
short, thick cable to the same ground or grounding point as the SED2.
•
Use shielded cables inside control cabinets. Use only shielded motor and control cables. The
shielding must be continuous. Connect motor and control cables to ground at both ends.
Avoid pigtails. Use only grounding clamps to bond the shield (Figure 2).
•
Lay control, mains, and motor cables separately by routing them in separate cable ducts and
maintaining a minimum clearance of 7.8 inches (200 mm). See Figure 3. If you cannot avoid
crossing cables, run them at a 90-degree angle.
•
Motor cables should be as short as possible and should not exceed 82 ft (25 m). Connect the
neutral conductor of all motors controlled by a SED2 drive directly to the ground connection
(PE) of the respective SED2.
•
Use ribbon cables, as they have lower impedance at high frequencies.
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Check that the contactors in the control cabinet are suppressed, either with RC circuits for AC
contactors or flywheel diodes for DC contactors. In both cases, mount the suppressors to the
coils. Varistor surge voltage protectors are also effective. This is important when the SED2
relay controls the contactors.
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•
Figure 2. Use Grounding Clamps to Bond the Shield.
Motor
6('
u
v
w
%06
Remove cable
insulation
Min. 16 mm²
(4 AWG)...
compensating cable
Grounding rail
Min.200 mm
(7.8 inches)....
between
control cables,
motor cables and
mains cables
Mains power supply
L1
L2
L3
PE
Min.10 mm² (6 AWG)...
Motor cable
PE: min.10 mm² (6 AWG)...
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Install all cables on the
same side of the plate
Control cables
Figure 3. Routing Control, Mains, and Motor Cables.
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
1 7
L1
L2
L3
5
Incoming mains cable
Control cable
Motor cable
Footprint filter
Metal backplate
Use suitable cable clamps
to ensure good conductive
contact between the shield
of the motor and control
cables and the metal
backplate.
7. Connect the motor cable
shield
to
.
4
6
2
3
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Figure 4. Cable Routing for SED2 Frame Size A with Footprint Filter.
Shield connected
with tube clips
Motor cable
Incoming mains voltage
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Figure 5. Cable Routing for SED2 (IP20) Frame Size D through F with EMC Filter.
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Power Connection for Drives with a Built-in EMC Filter
SED2 drives (frame sizes A, B, and C) can include a built-in, prewired, EMC footprint filter. Route
and connect the mains power to the terminals of the footprint filter.
Incoming mains voltage
L1
L2
L3
Ground
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Filter
Filter output
Figure 6. Connecting Mains Power to Footprint Filter for SED2
Frame Sizes A through C.
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SED2 drives (frame sizes D, E, and F) include a built-in, prewired, EMC filter. Route and connect
the mains power to the terminals of the filter.
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4x
6x
Figure 7. Connecting Mains Power to Filter for SED2
Frame Sizes D through F.
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L3
L2
L1
EMC filter
L3
U
L2
V
L1
PE
Motor
SED2
U
V
W
W
PE
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3-Phase
Figure 8. Typical Power Wiring for SED2 with EMC Filter.
Connecting Multiple Motors
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SED2
The SED2 can control several motors in
parallel as long as all of the motors have the
same power rating. When multiple motors
connect to the SED2 in parallel, the motors
cannot operate individually.
NOTES:
1. When determining the required power,
take into account the total current from
all the motors (or the sum total of all
ratings).
M1
2. The sum of all individual motor cable
lengths must not exceed the maximum
motor cable length. (See the Motor Cable
Length section in this manual.)
M2
M3
M4
Mn
∑ IM1..Mn ≤ ISED2, max.
∑ PM1..Mn ≤ PSED2, max.
Figure 9. Connecting the SED2 to Multiple
Motors.
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Operation with a Residual Current Device (RCD)
If a residual current device (also called a GLCI or RCCB) is connected, the SED2 operates with
no interruptions under the following conditions:
•
A RCD, Type B is used.
•
The RCD must have a threshold current of 300 mA.
•
The neutral conductor in the system must be grounded.
•
Each RCD supplies only one SED2 (an no other loads).
•
The output cables must not exceed the following:
−
328 ft (100 m) shielded
−
164 ft (50 m) unshielded
Do not connect machines with a 3-phase power source fitted with EMC filters to the mains via an
earth leakage current circuit breaker (ELCB) or ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI). (See DIN
VDE 0160, Section 6.5.)
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Bypassing the SED2
There are applications demanding maximum
motor output. Additionally, there are
applications requiring a SED2 bypass system
for safety reasons. For these cases, the SED2
has an integrated bypass function.
Parameter setup for bypass function
(commissioning)
Mains supply
SED2
P1260, Source of changeover control
Defines the possible sources for changing
over to bypass/contactor operating mode.
Possible settings:
0=Bypass disabled (factory setting).
1=Controlled by SED2 trip.
Motor starters
Mechanical
interlock
2=Controlled by DIN, see P1266, Bypass
command.
3=Controlled by DIN and SED2 trip.
4=Controlled by SED2 frequency.
5=Controlled by SED2 frequency and SED2
trip.
6=Controlled by SED2 frequency and DIN.
7=Controlled by SED2 frequency and DIN and
SED2 trip.
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Figure 10. Bypassing the SED2.
r1261, Contactor control word
r1261 is a read parameter for the bypass/contactor function. It shows how the motor is driven as
follows:
Bit 00, Motor supplied by Drive:
0=Yes
1=No
Bit 01, Motor supplied by Mains:
0=Yes
1=No
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P1262, Bypass dead time
Time delay between switching contactors (SED2 to bypass/contactor and vice versa) to allow
motor to demagnetize (Figure 11).
Setting range: 0 to 20 s
Recommended setting: 1 second (default)
P1263, De-bypass time
Defines the time before a request to switch from bypass/contactor to SED2 is executed
(Figure 11).
Setting range: 0 to 300 second
Recommended setting: 1 second (default).
P1264, Bypass time
Time delay before a request to switch to mains is executed (Figure 11).
Setting range: 0 to 300 second
Recommended setting: 1 second (default).
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Complete parameter setting by changing over to automatic control.
Alarm
(Bypass request)
Bypass contactor
VSD contactor
P1264 P1262
P1263 P1262
t (s)
Figure 11. Bypass Timing Diagram.
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Hibernation Mode
If the SED2 reaches the hibernation setpoint in PID operating mode, the P2391 hibernation timer
starts. After the timer expires, the SED2 drives the output frequency of the ramp to 0 Hz.
T1
Hibernation frequency
reached.
Start of hibernation timer.
T2
Minimum output
frequency reached.
T3
Output frequency
decreased according to
the set ramp.
PID control of the output
frequency is interrupted.
T4
Output frequency = zero
(motor standstill).
T3
to
T5
The PID fault signal [%]
is monitored.
NOTES:
Observe polarity of the
PID fault signal.
Polarity of the PID fault
signal must match the
sequence of the
controlled functions
(cooling/heating or viceversa).
The temperature setpoint
can be below 0°C.
The PID fault signal can
be positive or negative.
T5
f
Output [Hz ]
Drive frequency
PID frequency
P2392 Restart freq.
P2390 Hibernation freq.
Min. freq.
Time [s]
Restart
P2391
Hibernation timer
Hibernation
mode
PID error [% ]
0%
Time [s]
max.
hibernation
(-) error [%]
T1 T2
T3
T4
T5
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Figure 12. Hibernation Mode.
SED2 output frequency is
again increased.
PID control of the output
frequency is again
enabled.
Parameter Settings for Hibernation Mode (commissioning)
P2390, Hibernation frequency
Hibernation frequency setpoint (frequency that the motor output will turn off).
Setting range: 0 to 200%
Recommended setting: Value 15 to 20% greater than the minimum frequency.
The hibernation function is disabled if the hibernation frequency is set to 0 (factory setting).
P2391, Hibernation timer
Set the desired time T1 to T3, before hibernation mode starts (see Figure 12).
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Setting range: 0 to 254 second
P2392, Restart frequency
Hibernation restart frequency (frequency that the motor output will turn on).
Setting range: -200 to 200%
NOTE:
The +/- signs vary according to the application (heating or cooling sequence).
Complete parameter setting by changing over to automatic control.
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Chapter 4 - BiCo (Binector and
Connector) Data Set Functions
Introduction
The SED2 provides user access levels, set by parameter P0003. User access level 1 gives
access to the most frequently used parameters. User access level 2 gives access to more
advanced parameters. For example, P0701 sets the function of Digital Input 1 with possible
values such as:
1=ON right
12=Reverse
15=Fixed frequency, etc .
User access level 3 gives full access to all other parameters. (User access level 4 is for service
only.)
To make use of BiCo, use access level 3 with full access to the parameters. This is detailed in the
Operations & Maintenance manual. At this level, many new parameter settings are possible,
including BiCo functionality. BiCo functionality is a different k more flexible way of setting and
combining input and output functions. It can be used (in most cases) with the simple access level
2 parameter settings.
How does BiCo work?
The BiCo system is used on more complex drives such as SED2 and allows complex functions to
be programmed so that, for example, Boolean and mathematical relationships can be set up
between inputs (digital, analog, serial, etc.) and outputs (inverter current, frequency, analog
output, relays, etc.).
The SED2 uses a simplified version of BiCo, which is flexible and can be set up without using
additional software or hardware.
Example 1:
Use BiCo parameterization to enable the output relay using digital input 2.
1.
Set P0003=3 to access all parameters.
2.
Enable BiCo parameterization on digital input 2 by setting P0702=99.
NOTE:
3.
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If P0701, P0702, P0703 or P0704 are set to 99, it is not possible to change them
to another value and the drive must be reset to factory defaults.
Since digital input 2 is "open" to BiCo settings, a new value of 722.1 now appears in P0731.
The value 722.1 means "connect to digital input 2" (722.0 = connect to digital input 1, 722.2 =
connect to digital input 3, etc.). Set P0731 to 722.1.
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Run the SED2 using input 1 and operate the value using input 2.
NOTE:
BiCo is a ’reverse’ connection. That is, the output function connects back to the
input; it is not possible to tell from P0702 (99) what the digital input is controlling.
However, there are many diagnostic parameters that can assist in setting up BiCo
functions (see Examples 2, 3, and 4).
Example 2:
Set P0771 to 37. This setting connects the analog output to the Inverter Temperature parameter
r0037 so that the temperature of the inverter can be monitored remotely.
Example 3:
1.
Using OFF3 instead of OFF1, set P0701 = 99 to enable the BiCo function.
2.
Set P0840 = 722.0 (ON right via digital input 1) and P0848 = 722.0 (OFF3 via digital input 1).
The drive now ramps between setpoints using the normal ramp time as set in P1120 and P1121.
However, at switch off from digital input 1, the drive turns off with an OFF3, using the ramp rate
set in P1135, which may be different than P1121.
An additional advantage is that the OFF3 function usually requires a second digital input. The
BiCo function permits digital input 1 to perform a run right and an OFF3.
Example 4:
This example selects an alternate ramp-up time when a certain fixed frequency is selected.
Select three fixed frequencies using three digital inputs. The digital inputs are set for ’ON right’.
The third digital input also sets the alternative (JOG) ramp times.
NOTE:
This example only enables an alternative ramp-up time. When digital input 3 switches
low, it also deselects the alternative ramp time and the normal ramp time is used.
1.
Use fixed frequencies and set P1000=3.
2.
Enable BiCo functionality by setting P0701, P0702, P0703 = 99.
3.
Define the source of the fixed frequencies by setting P1020=722.0, P1021=722.1,
P1022=722.2. (This defines the source of each frequency as digital input 1, 2, and 3.)
4.
Define the mode of operation by setting P1016, P1017, P1018 = 2. (This sets the mode of
operation of fixed frequencies to ’select fixed frequency and ON right command’.
5.
Select JOG ramp times instead of normal ramp times by setting P1124 = 722.2. (This
enables digital input 3 with this function.)
NOTE:
To avoid confusion, Steps 3 and 4 use BiCo functions to set digital inputs 1 and 2.
This could also be set using the standard parameterization.
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Using Control and Status Words with BiCo
Many SED2 read-only parameters consist of control words. A parameter control word consists of
a 16-bit number and each bit represents a particular value.
For example parameter r0052 (status word 1) gives value settings such as "Inverter Ready" (bit
0) or "Motor Current Limit" (bit b). Parameter r0052 displays the status of each bit using the
vertical segments of the BOP display.
BiCo can also access these bits using the parameter number and bit state. For example, for a
relay to operate at current limit, parameter P0731 is set to 52.b. (This is a level 2 setting; level 3
can select many more settings using BiCo functions.)
Each bit of the control and status words (r0052 to r0056) can connect to several output functions.
Examples:
Setting P0731 to 56.5 indicates that starting boost is active. If Starting Boost parameter P1312 is
set to enable a starting boost, the relay is active during the ramping phase as the starting boost is
applied.
Similarly, if P0731 is set to 56.6 and P1311 (acceleration boost) is enabled, then the relay is
energized any time that the setpoint is increased.
Setting P0731 to 56.12 enables the relay when the voltage controller is active. As this occurs
during regeneration, it could indicate excessive load or too fast a ramp-down time.
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