User Guide
FXMP25
Field Controller
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Issue: 3
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General Information
The manufacturer accepts no liability for any consequences resulting from inappropriate, negligent or
incorrect installation or adjustment of the optional operating parameters of the equipment or from
mismatching the field controller with the motor.
The contents of this guide are believed to be correct at the time of printing. In the interests of a commitment
to a policy of continuous development and improvement, the manufacturer reserves the right to change the
specification of the product or its performance, or the contents of the guide, without notice.
All rights reserved. No parts of this guide may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means,
electrical or mechanical including photocopying, recording or by an information storage or retrieval system,
without permission in writing from the publisher.
Field Controller software version
This product is supplied with the latest software version. If this drive is to be connected to an existing system
or machine, all drive software versions should be verified to confirm the same functionality as drives of the
same model already present. This may also apply to drives returned from a Control Techniques Service
Centre or Repair Centre. If there is any doubt please contact the supplier of the product. The software
versions of the drive can be checked by looking at Pr 97 and Pr 99.
When used in conjunction with a Mentor MP the Mentor MP software must be V01.05.01 or later.
Environmental statement
Control Techniques is committed to minimising the environmental impacts of its manufacturing operations
and of its products throughout their life cycle. To this end, we operate an Environmental Management
System (EMS) which is certified to the International Standard ISO 14001. Further information on the EMS,
our Environmental Policy and other relevant information is available on request, or can be found at
www.greendrives.com.
The electronic variable-speed drives manufactured by Control Techniques have the potential to save
energy and (through increased machine/process efficiency) reduce raw material consumption and scrap
throughout their long working lifetime. In typical applications, these positive environmental effects far
outweigh the negative impacts of product manufacture and end-of-life disposal.
Nevertheless, when the products eventually reach the end of their useful life, they must not be discarded
but should instead be recycled by a specialist recycler of electronic equipment. Recyclers will find the
products easy to dismantle into their major component parts for efficient recycling. Many parts snap
together and can be separated without the use of tools, while other parts are secured with conventional
fasteners. Virtually all parts of the product are suitable for recycling.
Product packaging is of good quality and can be re-used. Large products are packed in wooden crates,
while smaller products come in strong cardboard cartons which themselves have a high recycled fibre
content. If not re-used, these containers can be recycled. Polythene, used on the protective film and bags
for wrapping product, can be recycled in the same way. Control Techniques' packaging strategy prefers
easily-recyclable materials of low environmental impact, and regular reviews identify opportunities for
improvement.
When preparing to recycle or dispose of any product or packaging, please observe local legislation and
best practice.
REACH legislation
EC Regulation 1907/2006 on the Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and restriction of Chemicals
(REACH) requires the supplier of an article to inform the recipient if it contains more than a specified
proportion of any substance which is considered by the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) to be a
Substance of Very High Concern (SVHC) and is therefore listed by them as a candidate for compulsory
authorisation.
For current information on how this requirement applies in relation to specific Control Techniques products,
please approach your usual contact in the first instance. Control Techniques position statement can be
viewed at:
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Safety information ...............................................................6
Mechanical
installation
2
Warnings, cautions and notes .................................................................6
Electrical safety - general warning ..........................................................6
System design and safety of personnel ..................................................6
Environmental limits ................................................................................7
Access .....................................................................................................7
Fire protection .........................................................................................7
Compliance with regulations ...................................................................7
Motor .......................................................................................................7
Adjusting parameters ..............................................................................7
Electrical installation ................................................................................8
Product
information
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
1.10
Safety
information
Contents
Product information ............................................................9
3
Ratings ....................................................................................................9
Nameplate description .............................................................................9
FXMP25 features and options ...............................................................10
Mechanical installation .....................................................11
4
Fire protection .......................................................................................11
Electrical terminals ................................................................................14
Routine maintenance ............................................................................14
Electrical installation ........................................................15
5
Electrical connections ............................................................................16
Protective ground connections ..............................................................17
AC supply requirements ........................................................................17
Line reactors ..........................................................................................17
Cable and fuse size ratings ...................................................................18
Parameters
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
Getting started
3.1
3.2
3.3
Electrical
installation
2.1
2.2
2.3
Getting started ...................................................................27
Parameters .........................................................................30
6.1
Full parameter descriptions ...................................................................31
Technical data
6
Keypad and display ...............................................................................27
Resetting the field controller ..................................................................28
Security .................................................................................................28
Setting the controller back to default values ..........................................29
Saving parameters ................................................................................29
Setting-up
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
Diagnostics
UL listing information
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8
Setting-up ..........................................................................44
Technical data ...................................................................53
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
8.6
8.7
8.8
8.9
8.10
8.11
8.12
8.13
8.14
8.15
8.16
8.17
9
10
Diagnostics ........................................................................60
UL listing information .......................................................64
10.1
10.2
10.3
4
Ratings ..................................................................................................53
FXMP25 derating for extended ambient operation ................................53
Power dissipation ..................................................................................53
AC supply requirements ........................................................................54
Line reactors ..........................................................................................54
Temperature and humidity ....................................................................55
Storage ..................................................................................................55
Altitude ..................................................................................................55
IP rating .................................................................................................55
Corrosive gasses ...................................................................................56
RoHS compliance ..................................................................................56
Vibration ................................................................................................56
Acoustic noise .......................................................................................57
Overall dimensions ................................................................................57
Weight ...................................................................................................57
Cable and fuse size ratings ...................................................................57
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) ....................................................58
Conditions of acceptability .....................................................................64
AC supply specification .........................................................................64
Maximum continuous current ................................................................64
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Declaration of Conformity
Control Techniques Ltd, The Gro, Newtown, Powys UK. SY16 3BE
FXMP25 Field Controller
The field controller product listed above has been designed and manufactured in
accordance with the following European harmonized standards:
EN 61800-5-1:2007
Adjustable speed electrical power drive systems - safety
requirements - electrical, thermal and energy
EN 61800-3:2004
Adjustable speed electrical power drive systems. EMC
product standard including specific test methods
EN 61000-6-2:2005
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Generic standards.
Immunity standard for industrial environments
EN 61000-6-4:2007
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Generic standards.
Emission standard for industrial environments
The corresponding international standards are:
IEC 61800-5-1:2007
IEC 61800-3:2004
IEC 61000-6-2:2005
IEC 61000-6-4:2006
These products comply with the Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC and the
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Directive 2004/108/EC.
T. Alexander
VP Technology
Newtown
Date: 8th July 2010
This electronic field controller product is intended to be used with appropriate
motors, controllers, electrical protection components and other equipment to
form complete end products or systems. Compliance with safety and EMC
regulations depends upon installing and configuring drives correctly, including
using the specified input filters. The drives must be installed only by professional
assemblers who are familiar with requirements for safety and EMC. The
assembler is responsible for ensuring that the end product or system complies
with all the relevant laws in the country where it is to be used. Refer to the User
Guide. An EMC Data Sheet is also available giving detailed EMC information.
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Safety information
1.1
Warnings, cautions and notes
A Warning contains information, which is essential for avoiding a safety hazard.
WARNING
A Caution contains information, which is necessary for avoiding a risk of damage to
the product or other equipment.
CAUTION
NOTE
1.2
A Note contains information which helps to ensure correct operation of the product.
Electrical safety - general warning
The voltages used in the field controller can cause severe electrical shock and/or burns,
and could be lethal. Extreme care is necessary at all times when working with or
adjacent to the field controller.
Specific warnings are given at the relevant places in this Guide.
1.3
System design and safety of personnel
The field controller is intended as a component for professional incorporation into
complete equipment or system. If installed incorrectly, the field controller may present a
safety hazard.
The field controller uses high voltages and currents, carries a high level of stored
electrical energy, and is used to control equipment which can cause injury.
System design, installation, commissioning / start-up and maintenance must be carried
out by personnel who have the necessary training and experience. They must read this
safety information and this guide carefully.
The electrical inputs of the field controller must not be relied upon to ensure
safety of personnel. They do not isolate dangerous voltages from the output of
the field controller. The supply must be disconnected by an approved electrical
isolation device before gaining access to the electrical connections.
The field controller is not intended to be used for safety-related functions.
Careful consideration must be given to the function of the field controller which might
result in a hazard, either through its intended behavior or through incorrect operation
due to a fault. In any application where a malfunction of the field controller or its control
system could lead to or allow damage, loss or injury, a risk analysis must be carried out,
and where necessary, further measures taken to reduce the risk - for example, an overspeed protection device in case of failure of the field control.
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Environmental limits
Instructions within the supplied data regarding transport, storage, installation and the
use of the field controller must be complied with, including the specified environmental
limits. Field controllers must not be subjected to excessive physical force.
1.5
Access
Fire protection
1.7
Mechanical
installation
The field controller enclosure is not classified as a fire enclosure. A separate fire
enclosure must be provided. For further information refer to section 3.1 Fire
protection on page 11.
Compliance with regulations
Within the European Union, all machinery in which this product is used must comply
with the following directives:
2006/42/EC: Safety of machinery
Motor
Ensure the motor is installed in accordance with the manufacturer's recommendations.
Ensure the motor shaft is not exposed.
The values of the motor parameters set in the field controller affect the protection of the
motor. The default values in the field controller should not be relied upon.
Adjusting parameters
Some parameters have a profound effect on the operation of the field controller. They
must not be altered without careful consideration of the impact on the controlled system.
Measures must be taken to prevent unwanted changes due to error or tampering.
Technical data
1.9
Setting-up
Low speeds may cause the motor to overheat because the cooling fan becomes less
effective. The motor should be installed with a protection thermistor. If necessary, an
electric forced ventilation fan should be used.
Parameters
2004/108/EC: Electromagnetic compatibility
Getting started
The FXMP25 User Guide contains instructions for achieving compliance with specific
EMC standards.
Electrical
installation
The installer is responsible for complying with all relevant regulations, such as national
wiring regulations, accident prevention regulations and electromagnetic compatibility
(EMC) regulations. Particular attention must be given to the cross-sectional areas of
conductors, the selection of fuses and other protection, and protective ground
connections.
1.8
Product
information
Access must be restricted to authorized personnel only. Safety regulations which apply
at the place of use must be complied with.
1.6
Safety
information
1.4
Diagnostics
UL listing information
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1.10
Electrical installation
1.10.1 Electric shock risk
The voltages present in the following locations can cause severe electric shock and may
be lethal:
•
•
•
AC supply cables and connections
Output cables and connections
Many internal parts of the field controller
Unless otherwise indicated, control terminals are single insulated and must not be
touched.
1.10.2 Stored charge
The field controller contains capacitors that remain charged to a potentially lethal
voltage after the AC supply has been disconnected. If the field controller has been
energized, the AC supply must be isolated at least five minutes before work may
continue.
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Product information
2.1
Ratings
Safety information
2
Continuous DC
output current
A
26
25
Mechanical
installation
2.2
Continuous AC
input current
A
Product
information
Maximum continuous input current
The value of the maximum continuous input current is given to aid the selection of
cables and fuses. The value is stated for worst-case conditions.
Nameplate description
Figure 2-1 Typical FXMP25 rating label
Electrical
installation
FXExternal Field
MPMentor Platform
Maximum field current (A)
Customer and
date code
Line input voltage/
frequency/current
Approvals
Parameters
Field output
voltage / current
Getting started
25-
Serial number
Europe
RoHS compliant
Europe
UL approval
C Tick approval
Worldwide
Australia
Diagnostics
2.2.1
Technical data
CE approval
Setting-up
Key to approvals
Output current
2.2.2
Input current
The input current given on the rating label is the typical input current.
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UL listing information
The continuous output current ratings given on the rating label are for maximum 40°C
(104 °F) and 1000 m altitude. Derating is required for higher ambient temperatures
>40 °C (104 °F) and higher altitude. For derating information, refer to Chapter
8 Technical data on page 53.
2.3
FXMP25 features and options
Figure 2-2 FXMP25 features
FXMP25
Display
M
Mode /Reset
STORED CHARGE
10 min
Mentor MP/
serial port connector
AC supply
and field output
connections
Ground
connection
2.3.1
Mentor II
connector
Control
terminals
Armature voltage
feedback
connections
Options available for FXMP25
Table 2-1 Options
Type
Cable
Serial comms
lead
Name
Further Details
CT EIA (RS) -232 (4500-0087)
CT Comms cable
CT USB (4500-0096)
See also section 4.8 Serial communications on page 25 for information regarding serial
communications.
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Mechanical installation
Follow the instructions
Competence of the installer
Mechanical
installation
WARNING
The mechanical and electrical installation instructions must be adhered to. Any
questions or doubt should be referred to the supplier of the equipment. It is the
responsibility of the owner or user to ensure that the installation of the field controller,
and the way in which it is operated and maintained, comply with the requirements of
the Health and Safety at Work Act in the United Kingdom or applicable legislation and
regulations and codes of practice in the country in which the equipment is used.
Product
information
WARNING
Parameters
The equipment enclosure is rated at IP20 in accordance with IEC60529. It is designed
for installation within a protective enclosure which prevents unauthorized access
except for trained service personnel, and prevents contamination with conductive dust
and condensation.
Getting started
WARNING
The field controller is intended to be mounted in an enclosure which prevents access
except by trained and authorized personnel, and which prevents the ingress of
contamination. It is designed for use in an environment classified as pollution degree 2
in accordance with IEC 60664-1. This means that only dry, non-conducting
contamination is acceptable.
Electrical
installation
The field controller must be installed by professional assemblers who are familiar with
the requirements for safety and EMC. The assembler is responsible for ensuring that
the end product or system complies with all the relevant laws in the country where it is
to be used.
Enclosure
WARNING
Safety information
3
Setting-up
The field controller enclosure is not classified as a fire enclosure. A separate fire
enclosure must be provided. For further information refer to section 3.1 below.
WARNING
Technical data
3.1
Fire protection
The field controller enclosure is not classified as a fire enclosure. A separate fire
enclosure must be provided.
For installation in the USA, a NEMA 12 enclosure is suitable.
Air filter assemblies to be at least class V-2.
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UL listing information
Enclosure can be metal and/or polymeric, polymer must meet requirements which can
be summarized for larger enclosures as using materials meeting at least UL 94 class
5VB at the point of minimum thickness.
Diagnostics
For installation outside the USA, the following (based on IEC 62109-1, standard for PV
inverters) is recommended.
The location and size of the bottom shall cover the area shown in Figure 3-1. Any part of
the side which is within the area traced out by the 5 ° angle is also considered to be part
of the bottom of the fire enclosure.
Figure 3-1 Fire enclosure bottom layout
Drive
o
5
o
5
The bottom, including the part of the side considered to be part of the bottom, must be
designed to prevent escape of burning material - either by having no openings or by
having a baffle construction. This means that openings for cables etc. must be sealed
with materials meeting the 5VB requirement, or else have a baffle above.
See Figure 3-2 for acceptable baffle construction. This does not apply for mounting in
an enclosed electrical operating area (restricted access) with concrete floor.
Figure 3-2 Fire enclosure baffle construction
Not less
than 2
times ‘X’
N o t le s s
th a n 2 X
Baffle plates (may be above or
below bottom of enclosure)
B a f f le p la t e s ( m a y b e
a b o v e o r b e lo w b o t t o m
o f e n c lo s u r e )
X
X
B o t t o m o f f ir e
e n c lo s u r e
Bottom of fire enclosure
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Figure 3-3 Overall dimensions
247mm (9.72in)
123.5mm (4.86in)
Product
information
FXMP25
M
Mode /Reset
STORED CHARGE
10 min
162mm
(6.38in)
176mm
(6.93in)
192.38
(7.57in)
Mechanical
installation
168.5mm
(6.63in)
Electrical
installation
Getting started
123.5mm (4.86in)
Parameters
90.27
(3.55in)
Setting-up
Table 3-1 Back-plate information
Torque range
M6
1.5 N m (1.1 Ib ft) to 2.5 N m (1.8 Ib ft)
Technical data
Recommended
screw size
Diagnostics
UL listing information
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3.2
Electrical terminals
Figure 3-4 Location, terminal size and torque setting of power and protective
ground terminals
FXMP25
M
Mode /Reset
STORED CHARGE
10 min
3.5mm
Torque: 0.4Nm (0.29 Ib ft)
Control connections
4.5mm
Torque: 0.6Nm (0.44 Ib ft)
4.5mm
Torque: 0.6Nm (0.44 Ib ft)
Ground connection
Power connections
3.3
Routine maintenance
The FXMP25 should be installed in a cool, clean, well ventilated location. Contact with
moisture and dust should be prevented.
Regular checks of the following should be carried out to ensure the installation reliability
is maximized:
Environment
Ambient temperature
Ensure the enclosure temperature remains at or below
maximum specified
Dust
Ensure the FXMP25 remains dust free
Moisture
Ensure the FXMP25 enclosure shows no signs of
condensation
Enclosure
Enclosure door filters
Ensure filters are not blocked and that air is free to flow
Electrical
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Screw connections
Ensure all screw terminals remain tight
Crimp terminals
Ensure all crimp terminals remains tight – check for any
discoloration which could indicate overheating
Cables
Check all cables for signs of damage
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Isolation device
The AC supply must be disconnected from the field controller using an approved
isolation device before any cover is removed from the field controller or before any
servicing work is performed.
WARNING
Setting-up
ELV circuits are single insulated (basic insulation) only. Installer required to provide
supplementary insulation of accessible parts.
Parameters
The field controller is suitable for use on supplies of installation category III and lower,
according to IEC 60664-1. This means they may be connected permanently to the
supply at its origin in a building, but for outdoor installation additional over-voltage
suppression (transient voltage surge suppression) must be provided to reduce
category IV to category III.
Getting started
WARNING
The voltages present in the FXMP25 controller are capable of inflicting a severe
electric shock and may be lethal. The Stop function of the Drive does not remove
dangerous voltages from the FXMP25 controller or the driven machine.
AC supplies to the FXMP25 controller must be disconnected at least 5 minutes before
any cover is removed or servicing work is performed.
Electrical
installation
WARNING
AC supply cables and connections.
DC cables, and connections.
Many internal parts of the field controller.
Control terminals are single insulated and must not be touched.
Mechanical
installation
WARNING
•
•
•
•
Product
information
WARNING
Electric shock risk
The voltages present in the following locations can cause severe electric shock and
may be lethal:
Safety information
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Technical data
Diagnostics
UL listing information
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4.1
Electrical connections
When operating in stand alone mode, a relay should be provided to indicate to the
controller that the unit has tripped and to protect against an overspeed condition.
Figure 4-1 FXMP25 power connections
FXMP25
M
Mode /Reset
STORED CHARGE
10 min
To armature controller
for field loss detection
in stand alone mode
PE
L1
L3
F1
F2
A1
A2 Only required for
field weakening
applications in
stand alone mode
Line
reactors
Optional
EMC
filter
Armature
branch
fuses
Isolator
Fan supply
(where applicable)
Supply
branch
fuses
L1
NOTE
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L3
If the voltage rating of the field is much lower than the supply voltage it is advisable to
use a transformer to reduce the supply voltage. This maximises the resolution of the
controller and prevents the possibility of excessive voltage being applied to the field
winding.
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Protective ground connections
The field controller must be connected to the system protective ground of the AC supply.
The protective ground wiring must conform to local regulations and codes of practice.
See section 4.3.1 MOV protective ground disconnect on page 17 for possible
exceptions.
AC supply requirements
4.3.1
MOV protective ground disconnect
Line reactors
Field output
current
400 V
480 V
Typical current
rating
A
μH
μH
A
25
230
290
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UL listing information
On typical field windings or high inductance loads the output current is smooth DC and
therefore the rms input current is approximately equal to the DC output current.
The above assumes the supply has 1.5 % impedance and a minimum supply rating of
5 kA.
Diagnostics
NOTE
System voltage
Technical data
Table 4-1 Minimum values of Ladd and inductor current rating for a typical application
Setting-up
The FXMP25, in common with all naturally commutated SCR drives, causes voltage
notches at the input supply terminals. To avoid disturbances with other equipment using
the same supply, the addition of external line inductance is strongly recommended in
order to restrict the depth of notches imposed. This is generally not necessary where a
dedicated transformer is used to supply the FXMP25.
The following recommendations for added line inductance, have been calculated based
on the power drive systems standard: EN 61800-3:2004 "Adjustable speed electrical
power drive systems - Part 3: EMC requirements and specific test methods".
Parameters
4.4
Getting started
In some special circumstances, for example during a high potential test or in certain
situations with IT supplies and multiple generators there may be a requirement to
disconnect the MOV protective ground connection. If the MOV protective ground
connection is disconnected the immunity of the field controller to high voltage pulses is
reduced. It is then only suitable for use with supplies having overvoltage category II, i.e.
not for connection at the origin of the low voltage supply within a building. If the MOV to
protective ground connection is not required then do not make a protective ground
connection to the FXMP25.
Electrical
installation
For detailed information regarding AC supply requirements, please refer to section
8.4 AC supply requirements on page 54.
Mechanical
installation
4.3
Product
information
WARNING
Ground loop impedance
The ground loop impedance must conform to the requirements of local safety
regulations.
The field controller must be connected by a protective ground connection capable of
carrying the prospective fault current until the protective device (fuse etc,) disconnects
the AC supply. The protective ground connections must be inspected and tested at
appropriate intervals.
Safety information
4.2
CAUTION
4.5
Control of current below 250 mA (thyristor holding currents) should be avoided. If
control at this level is required then line reactors must be installed to reduce the effect
of dv/dt as thyristors turn off.
Cable and fuse size ratings
The selection of the correct fuse is essential to ensure the safety of the installation.
WARNING
WARNING
WARNING
The AC supply inputs in the FXMP25 controller are fitted with auxiliary fuses for
protection against short circuits in the FXMP25 controller and field-winding of the
motor. These fuses will not protect the supply cables to the FXMP25 controller. There
are other fuses are suggested to install in branch circuits. The branch circuit fuses will
protect the supply cables to the FXMP25 controller. This section shows recommended
cable sizes and fuse ratings for a number of current levels. Failure to observe this
recommendation will cause a risk of fire.
Wiring must be in accordance with local regulations and codes of practice. The table
shows typical cable sizes for power input and output wiring. In the event of a conflict,
local regulations prevail.
Maximum continuous input currents are given in section 2.1 Ratings on page 9 to aid
the selection of fuses and cabling.
The cable sizing selected when installing the FXMP25 must comply with local wiring
regulations. The information provided in this section is for guidance purposes only.
The power terminals on the FXMP25 are designed to accommodate a maximum cable
size of 5.26 mm2 (10 AWG).
The actual size depends on a number of factors including:
•
•
•
•
Actual maximum continuous current
Ambient temperature
Cable support, method and grouping
Cable voltage drop
Where continuous field current is reduced, the cable sizing selected can be appropriate
for the reduced current. The field controller parameters should be programmed with the
correct values.
NOTE
When using reduced cable sizes, the branch circuit protection fuse rating needs to be
reduced in line with the cable size selected.
Table 4-2 gives examples of the cable sizes based on IEC 60364-5-52 and UL508C/
NEC. The example cable sizes below assume three current-carrying conductors per
cable or raceway and 40 °C ambient temperature.
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IEC 60364-5-52[1]
UL508C/National Electrical Code[2]
4 mm2
10 AWG
Input/Output
4.5.1
Armature connections A1 A2
FXMP25. Cables 0.5 mm2 to 5.26 mm2 (22 AWG to 10 AWG) should be used.
4.5.2
Fusing for FXMP25
Fuse type
Rating
Vac
Rating
A
Catalog
number
Ref
number
10 x 38 mm ferrule
690
30
FR10GB69V30
M330015
Table 4-4 Ferraz Shawmut supply branch circuit protection fusing
Fuse type
Rating
Vac
Rating
A
Catalog
number
Ref
number
14 x 51 mm ferrule
500
32
FR14GG50V32
W216656
UL Class J
alternative
Parameters
Table 4-5 Cooper Bussman supply branch circuit protection fusing
Fuse type
Rating
Vac
Rating
A
Catalog number
10.3 x 38 mm ferrule
600 V
30
LP-CC-30
Setting-up
Table 4-6 Siba supply branch circuit protection fusing
4.5.3
Rating
A
Catalog number
NH 000 knife blade
690 V
32
20 477 13.32
Recommended fuses are based on rated current operation. Supply branch circuit
protection is required for cable and internal control electronics protection.
Internal semiconductor fuses
The internal semiconductor fuses provide protection to the FXMP25 SCR / thyristor
bridge only. The fuses can rupture if there is a fault in the field circuit. The user should
check the internal semiconductor fuses if the FXMP25 is tripping field loss (FdL) while
enabled.
Diagnostics
Electric shock risk
If the FXMP25 controller has been energized, the supply must be isolated for at least
five minutes. This allows the internal capacitors to discharge fully before work may
commence.
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WARNING
Rating
Vac
Technical data
NOTE
Fuse type
Getting started
*Internal semiconductor fusing is for protection of SCR / thyristor bridge only.
Electrical
installation
Table 4-3 Ferraz Shawmut internal semiconductor fusing*
Mechanical
installation
Connection to A1, A2 is only required in stand alone mode for voltage monitoring of the
armature voltage during field weakening. Armature branch fuses should be located
close to the armature supply and sized to protect the cable from the fuses to the
Product
information
1. Assumes the use of XLPE or EPR insulated cables in mounting method B2 as per
Table B52.5.
2. Assumes the use of 75 °C copper cable as per table 310.16 of the National
Electrical code.
Safety information
Table 4-2 Typical cable sizes
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Isolate the power before removing the internal semiconductor fuses.
WARNING
Figure 4-2 Removing the internal semiconductor fuses
1
2
3
4
1. Remove mounting screws (M6 recommended).
2. Apply pressure at the two points shown on the bottom of the FXMP25 to release the
terminal cover clips.
3. Open the terminal cover in the direction shown.
4. Remove the internal semiconductor fuses.
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EMC (Electromagnetic compatibility)
The FXMP25 meets immunity requirements (specified in section 8.17 Electromagnetic
compatibility (EMC) on page 58) with no special precautions.
NOTE
Radio frequency noise emission can occur from any of the power connections i.e. AC
supply and field output terminals.
When radio frequency emission must be limited an input EMC filter can be installed.
Shielded cables must be used for the field and the shield must be clamped to grounded
metallic parts at both ends. The standard is met for cable lengths up to 100m.
Filter *
Electrical
installation
Table 4-7 FXMP25 emission compliance
Conformity
No filter
C4
Schaffner FN3280H-25-33
C2
Getting started
* Filters can be sourced directly from Schaffner.
Key (shown in decreasing order of permitted emission level):
C4
Mechanical
installation
For many applications in heavy industrial environments the noise emission is not
sufficient to cause interference to other equipment.
Product
information
Some special measures may be required in certain applications where the control
cables are long or pass outside the building. See section 4.6.1 Surge immunity of
control circuits - long cables and connections outside a building on page 22.
Safety information
4.6
EN 61800-3:2004 second environment, restricted distribution (Additional
measures may be required to prevent interference).
C2
Diagnostics
CAUTION
This is a product of the restricted distribution class according to IEC 61800-3. In a
residential environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the
user may be required to take adequate measures.
Technical data
WARNING
The filter must be used in conjunction with a suitable RFI filter for the armature supply.
The filter input must obtain its supply from the input of the armature filter and line
chokes, otherwise it may be over-heated and possibly damaged by the armature
voltage notching.
Setting-up
CAUTION
The recommended filter has been selected to be compatible with the SCR control
circuit in the FXMP25 unit. It is strongly recommended that no other filter type be used.
SCRs can be damaged by filters with unsuitable output impedance (capacitors
connected directly to the output).
Parameters
Industrial generic standard EN 61000-6-4:2007.
EN 61800-3:2004 first environment restricted distribution (The following caution
is required by EN 61800-3:2004).
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EN 61800-3:2004 defines the following:
•
•
•
4.6.1
The first environment is one that includes residential premises. It also includes
establishments directly connected without intermediate transformers to a lowvoltage power supply network which supplies buildings used for residential
purposes.
The second environment is one that includes all establishments other than those
directly connected to a low-voltage power supply network which supplies buildings
used for residential purposes.
Restricted distribution is defined as a mode of sales distribution in which the
manufacturer restricts the supply of equipment to suppliers, customers or users who
separately or jointly have technical competence in the EMC requirements of the
application of drives.
Surge immunity of control circuits - long cables and connections outside
a building
The input/output ports for the control circuits are designed for general use within
machines and small systems without any special precautions.
In applications where they may be exposed to high-energy voltage surges, some
special measures may be required to prevent malfunction or damage. Surges may be
caused by lightning or severe power faults in association with grounding arrangements
which permit high transient voltages between nominally grounded points. This is a
particular risk where the circuits extend outside the protection of a building.
As a general rule, if the circuits are to pass outside the building where the drive is
located, or if cable runs within a building exceed 30 m, some additional precautions are
advisable. One of the following techniques should be used:
1. Galvanic isolation, i.e. do not connect the control 0 V terminal to ground. Avoid loops in
the control wiring, i.e. ensure every control wire is accompanied by its return (0 V) wire.
2. Shielded cable with additional power ground bonding. The cable shield may be
connected to ground at both ends, but in addition the ground conductors at both
ends of the cable must be bonded together by a power ground cable (equipotential
bonding cable) with cross-sectional area of at least 10 mm2, or 10 times the area of
the signal cable shield, or to suit the electrical safety requirements of the plant. This
ensures that fault or surge current passes mainly through the ground cable and not
in the signal cable shield. If the building or plant has a well-designed common
bonded network this precaution is not necessary.
3. Additional over-voltage suppression - for the analog and digital inputs and outputs, a
zener diode network or a commercially available surge suppressor may be
connected in parallel with the input circuit as shown in Figure 4-3 and Figure 4-4.
Figure 4-3 Surge suppression for digital and unipolar inputs and outputs
Signal from plant
Signal to drive
30V zener diode
e.g. 2xBZW50-15
0V
22
0V
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Signal from plant
Safety information
Figure 4-4 Surge suppression for analog and bipolar inputs and outputs
Signal to drive
0V
Product
information
2 x 15 V zener diode
e.g. 2xBZW50-15
0V
Unipolar TT-UKK5-D/24 DC
Bipolar TT-UKK5-D/24 AC
4.7
Mechanical
installation
Surge suppression devices are available as rail-mounting modules, e.g. from Phoenix Contact:
Control terminal specification
Electrical
installation
Figure 4-5 Control terminals
+10V If Va
0V
Ion
Fail
Getting started
Iref
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1 (Ion)
Digital input
Type
Single ended, negative logic (0 V
common for normal operation)
Voltage range
0 V to 24 V
Absolute maximum applied
voltage range
-18 V to 30 V
Load
2.4 mA at 0 V (sink)
High: 11 V, Low: 9 V
Update rate
4 ms
2 (0V)
0V common
Common connection for all external
devices
Function
Analog input
Current demand input
Full scale voltage range
0 to 10 V
Absolute maximum voltage range
-18 V to 30 V
Input resistance
44 kΩ
Resolution
10 bits
Sample period
4 ms
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3 (Iref)
Technical data
Input threshold
Setting-up
Field economy select or enable
controller (See Pr 81)
Parameters
Dual Function
23
4
5 (+10V)
Not used
10V user output
Function
Supply for Analog input terminal
Voltage tolerance
2%
Rated output current
5 mA
Protection
Over 5 mA, the current is limited, but
there is no trip (Voltage is less than 10 V
if the current is higher than 5 mA)
6 (If)
Field current output signal
7 (Va)
Armature voltage output signal
Type
Single-ended voltage
Voltage range
0 to 10 V
Maximum output current
5 mA
Load resistance
2 kΩ min
Protection
5 mA short circuit protection
Resolution
10 bits
Update period
4 ms
8
Fail relay common
9
Fail relay normally open
10
Fail relay normally closed
Function
FXMP25 OK indicator (See Pr 01 and
Pr 27.
Type
Form C
Rating
250/125 Vac category 1/2
5 A nominal resistive load
5 A 30 Vdc
Contact condition
Energized when power applied and
FXMP25 OK
Update period
4 ms
Status relay contact is over-voltage category II.
WARNING
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Serial communications
4.8.1
Introduction
The drive supports Modbus RTU configured as the default protocol, which is used with
the PC-tools commissioning/start-up software as provided on the CD ROM with the
product.
The communications port applies a 2 unit load to the communications network.
4.8.2
Serial communications connections
Figure 4-6 Serial communications port
Getting started
1
8
Parameters
Table 4-8 RJ45 connections
Pin
Function
2
RX TX
3
0 V isolated
4
+24 V (100 mA)
5
0V isolated
6
TX enable
7
RX\ TX\
8
RX\ TX\ (if termination resistors are required, jumper (link) to pin 1)
Shell
Technical data
120 Ω Termination resistor
Setting-up
1
0 V isolated
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An external USB/EIA232 hardware interface such as a PC cannot be used directly with
the 2-wire EIA485 interface of the drive. Therefore a suitable converter is required.
Diagnostics
The communications port applies a two-unit load to the communications network.
Connectors 2, 3, 7 and shield must always be made to the serial communications port.
Shielded cable must be used at all times.
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installation
The FXMP25 has a serial communications port (serial port) as standard supporting two
wire EIA(RS)-485 communications. See Table 4-8 for the connection details for the
RJ45 connector.
Mechanical
installation
The serial communications port of the drive is a RJ45 socket, which is isolated from the
power stage.
Product
information
The FXMP25 has a standard 2-wire EIA485 interface (serial communications interface)
which enables all drive set-up, operation and monitoring to be carried out with a PC or
controller if required. Therefore it is possible to control the drive entirely by serial
communications without the need for a keypad or other control cabling.
Safety information
4.8
Suitable USB to EIA485 and EIA232 to EIA485 isolated converters are available from
Control Techniques as follows:
• CT USB Comms cable (CT Part No. 4500-0096)
• CT EIA232 Comms cable (CT Part No. 4500-0087)
When using one of the above converters or any other suitable converter with the
FXMP25, it is recommended that no terminating resistors be connected on the network.
It may be necessary to 'link out' the terminating resistor within the converter depending
on which type is used. The information on how to link out the terminating resistor will
normally be contained in the user information supplied with the converter.
4.8.3
Serial communications set-up parameters
The following parameters need to be set according to the system requirements.
This parameter defines the communications protocol used by the 485 comms port on
the drive. This parameter can be changed via the drive keypad, via a Solutions Module
or via the comms interface itself. If it is changed via the comms interface, the response
to the command uses the original protocol. The master should wait at least 20 ms
before sending a new message using the new protocol. (Note: ANSI uses 7 data bits, 1
stop bit and even parity; Modbus RTU uses 8 data bits, 2 stops bits and no parity).
NOTE
When using the CT EIA232 Comms cable the available baud rate is limited to
19.2 k baud.
Parameters Pr 95 and Pr 96 select the address and baud rate respectively as detailed in
section 6 Parameters on page 30.
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5.1
Keypad and display
Figure 5-1 Display modes
Parameter view mode
Status mode
Parameter edit mode
Parameter
value
Status
Parameter
value
Parameter
value (flashes)
FXMP25
M
FXMP25
M
Mode /Reset
M
Mode /Reset
Mechanical
installation
FXMP25
Product
information
The display will show different information depending on the display mode selected.
There are three display modes as shown below.
Safety information
5
Mode /Reset
STORED CHARGE
10 min
STORED CHARGE
10 min
Parameter
number
(flashes)
STORED CHARGE
10 min
Electrical
installation
Parameter
number
Figure 5-2 Selecting and changing parameters
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STATUS MODE
or
M Press and
Press and M
release
release
Parameters
Hold
for 2s
M
4 mins
timeout
PARAMETER VIEW MODE
Select parameter to view
Press
or
Parameter number flashing
Setting-up
Press and M
release
M Press and
release
PARAMETER EDIT MODE
Change parameter value
or
Parameter value flashing
When in status mode pressing and releasing the
from status mode to parameter view mode.
M
MODE key will change the display
indicates that the
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down keys will select a different parameter to be
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viewed. Holding the
Diagnostics
In parameter view mode, the left hand display flashes the parameter number and the
right hand display shows the value of that parameter. The left hand display flashing
Technical data
Press
A single up
key action when the last parameter is being displayed will cause the
parameter number to roll over to the lowest parameter available in the current mode.
Similarly holding the
down key will cause the parameter number to decrement until
the lowest parameter available is reached and a single
down key action will cause
the parameter number to roll under to Pr 99. Pressing and releasing the M Mode key
again will change the display from parameter view mode to parameter edit mode.
In parameter edit mode, the right hand display flashes the value in the parameter being
shown in the left hand display.
Pressing the
M
MODE key in parameter edit mode will return the controller to
parameter view mode. If the
M
MODE key is pressed again then the controller will
return to status mode, but if either of the
up or
down keys are pressed to change
the parameter being viewed before the M MODE key is pressed, pressing the M
MODE key will change the display to parameter edit mode again. This allows the user to
easily change between parameter view and edit mode while setting up the field
controller.
Pressing the up
and
down keys simultaneously when editing a parameter will set
the value to zero immediately.
If no action is made while in parameter view or edit mode for 4 minutes the status mode
is entered automatically.
5.2
Resetting the field controller
The controller can be reset using the keypad by pressing the
two seconds in status or parameter view mode.
M
mode key for at least
A reset is required in response to the following conditions:
• To reset the controller from a tripped state
• To implement a change in the value of certain parameters
5.3
Security
In the field controller’s default state no security is implemented, and any R/W parameter
can be adjusted. If Pr 98 (user security code) is set to any value other than 0, then the
value programmed will be taken as a security code. With a security code programmed,
on power up, no R/W parameter can be altered. It will not be possible to change any
parameter without first entering the security code. If Pr 98 is selected for viewing when a
security code has been programmed the value indicated will be 0 (to prevent the code
programmed from being read).
When a security code has been programmed, any attempt to enter edit mode will cause
the field controller to flash 'CodE' on the 4 digit display to prompt the user for a security
code (providing the parameter is R/W and not R/O). When the
Up or
Down keys
are pressed, the 4 digit display will then show the code being adjusted and the 2 digit
display will indicate 'Co'. On setting the code, the user presses the M MODE key. If the
correct code has been entered then the field controller will switch to parameter edit
mode on the parameter the user had selected to edit, but if the correct code has not
been entered the field controller will return to parameter view mode.
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If Pr 00 is set to a non-zero value and edit mode is exited, the field controller is reset
when the field controller is inactive (Pr 77= OFF), the selected default parameters will
automatically be loaded. After the parameters have been set to default values, they are
automatically saved to the field controller’s EEPROM on power down. New values will
take effect on subsequent power up.
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information
Table 5-1 Pr 00 settings
Display
0
nonE
Function
No action
1
Eur
Load European defaults
2
USA
Load USA defaults
If loading default when the drive is active, the display will flash FAIL once and then
Pr 00 will be change back to nonE.
Left hand
display
Status
Explanation
The field controller is inhibited because the field controller
is disabled (Pr 77 = OFF).
The field controller has tripped. The trip code will be
Field controller has
displayed in the ‘right hand’ display
tripped
(see Chapter 9 Diagnostics on page 60).
The field controller is in a run state.
Pr 78 = Mode Selected an
Pr 77=On Standalone Mode or
Mentor MP Pr 5.77=On in MP Mode or
Mentor II ribbon cable is connected in Mentor II mode.
5.5
M
to exit edit mode.
Setting-up
To set defaults from MP or MII Mode, set Pr 78 = OFF then press
A power cycle is then required to gain access to Pr 00.
Saving parameters
A parameter change is not saved if a drive trip occurs when the parameter is changed.
Technical data
Parameters are automatically saved when the M MODE key is pressed when going
from parameter edit mode to parameter view mode.
NOTE
Parameters
Field controller is
running
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Field controller
inhibited
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Table 5-2 Status modes
Mechanical
installation
NOTE
Value
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6
Parameters
All parameters are available in default Pr 78 = OFF (0)
In the table below the abreviations used in the table have the following meaning:
MP - In Mentor MP mode the field controller is being controlled by Mentor MP.
MII - In Mentor II mode the field controller is being controlled by Mentor II.
ST - In Stand alone mode the field controller is controlled by itself.
Table 6-1 Quick look-up parameter table
Pr
Description
ST
Pr
9
67
Field economy level
9
9
68
Maximum flux / voltage limit
9
9
69
Minimum flux / voltage limit
9
9
70
Rated field current
9
Flux reference input offset
9
71
Flux loop P gain
9
05
Flux reference scaling
9
72
Flux loop I gain
9
06
Armature voltage output scaling
9
73
Rated field voltage
9
74
Rated field compensation
factor
9
00
Loading defaults
01
FXMP25 OK
02
Armature voltage
03
Flux reference
04
07
Field flux output scaling
11
Field current feedback scaling
12
Autotune
25
FXMP25 OK flux level
26
27
29
30
54
Flux feedback
55
Flux / voltage demand
56
Field current feedback
MP MII
9
9
9
9
9
9
Description
MP MII
ST
9
75
Field voltage mode select
9
76
AC supply
9
9
77
Enable field control
FXMP25 OK hysteresis level
9
9
78
Field mode
Flux threshold level exceeded
9
9
80
Economy level selected
Motor saturation breakpoint 1
9
81
Digital input control
Motor saturation breakpoint 2
9
90
Trip 0
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
91
Trip 1
9
9
9
9
92
Trip 2
9
9
9
9
93
Trip 3
9
9
9
9
9
57
Percentage voltage demand
9
94
Parameter displayed at power
up
58
Field firing angle
9
95
Serial address
59
Field weakening voltage set
point
9
96
Baud rate
60
Field output voltage
9
97
Software version
9
9
9
62
Field weakening loop P gain
9
98
User security code
9
9
9
63
Field weakening loop I gain
9
99
Power software version
9
9
9
64
External flux reference select
9
9
Parameter numbers are numbered so they match Mentor MP menu 5 parameters.
For example Pr 77 FXMP=Pr 5.77 on Mentor MP
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Table 6-2 Key to parameter coding
Coding
Attribute
1 bit parameter
FI
Filtered: some parameters which can have rapidly changing values are filtered
when displayed on the drive keypad for easy viewing.
Txt
Text: the parameter uses text strings instead of numbers.
Variable maximum: the maximum of this parameter can vary.
DP
Decimal place: indicates the number of decimal places used by this parameter.
ND
No default: when defaults are loaded (except when the drive is manufactured
or on EEPROM failure) this parameter is not modified.
Read/write: can be written by the user.
BU
Bit default one/unsigned: Bit parameters with this flag set to one have a default
of one (all other bit parameters have a default of zero. Non-bit parameters are
unipolar if this flag is one.
PS
Power-down save: parameter automatically saved in drive
EEPROM when the under volts (UV) trip occurs.
Power-down save parameters are also saved in the drive when the user
initiates a parameter save.
00
Loading defaults
Bit
FI
Txt
VM
DP
ND
US
1
Range
nonE(0), Eur(1), USA(2)
Update rate
Actioned on exit of edit mode or FXMP25 reset
RW
BU
1
1
PS
Parameters
Coding
Getting started
User save: saved in drive EEPROM when the user initiates a parameter save.
nonE
Function
No action
Eur
Load European defaults
2
USA
Load USA defaults
01
FXMP25 OK
Bit
FI
Txt
VM
DP
1
ND
US
RW
BU
PS
1
OFF (0) or On (1)
Update rate
Background
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Indicates the FXMP25 is not in the trip state.
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Coding
Technical data
Display
0
Setting-up
If this parameter is set to a non-zero value and edit mode is exited or the FXMP25 is
reset when the FXMP25 is inactive, the selected default parameters will automatically
be loaded. After the parameters have been set to default values they are automatically
saved to the FXMP25's internal EEPROM on power down. New values will take effect
on subsequent power up.
Value
Electrical
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US
RW
Mechanical
installation
VM
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Bit
31
02
Coding
Armature voltage
Bit
FI
Txt
VM
DP
1
ND
US
RW
1
Range
0 to 860 V
Update rate
Background write
BU
PS
1
The average measured DC input voltage seen across the field controller A1 and A2
terminals.
03
Coding
Flux reference
Bit
FI
Txt
VM
1
Range
0.0 to 100.0 %
Update rate
Background
DP
ND
1
1
US
RW
BU
PS
1
This parameter displays the level of the analog signal present at the flux reference input,
this is a unipolar voltage input where the input range is 0 V to +10 V.
04
Coding
Flux reference input offset
Bit
FI
Txt
VM
DP
ND
1
Range
±100 %
Default
0.0
Update rate
Background read
US
RW
1
1
BU
PS
An offset can be added to flux reference input with a range from -100.0 % to 100.0 %. If
the sum of the input and the offset is outside the range 0 to 100 % the result will be
clamped at 0 or 100 %.
05
Coding
Flux reference scaling
Bit
FI
Txt
VM
DP
ND
3
Range
0.000 to 4.000
Default
1.000
Update rate
Background
US
RW
BU
1
1
1
PS
The flux reference input is connected to the field economy parameter when the flux
input is selected. The maximum value of the field economy is 100 % and so the default
for the scaling parameter is 1 so that the demand is 100 % for 10 V input.
06
Coding
Armature voltage output scaling
Bit
FI
Txt
VM
DP
3
Range
0.000 to 4.000
Default
1.000
Update rate
Background
ND
US
RW
BU
1
1
1
PS
The maximum value of Pr 02 is 860 which without any scaling will be converted to 10 V.
This parameter should be adjusted by the user for other full scale voltages.
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Field flux output scaling
Bit
FI
Txt
VM
DP
ND
3
0.000 to 4.000
Default
1.500
Update rate
Background
RW
BU
1
1
1
PS
The default value of 1.500 will produce 10 V output on the analog output (terminal 6)
when the feedback is at 100 % (Pr 54 Flux Feedback).
Coding
Field current feedback scaling
Bit
FI
0 to 20
Default
10
Update rate
Background
VM
DP
ND
US
RW
BU
1
1
1
PS
This parameter must be set to the same value as Pr 6.11 on Mentor II when used with
Mentor II. It defines the full scale current in amps.
This parameter must be set before Pr 78 is selected for Mentor II mode. If already in
Mentor II mode [Pr 78 = 2.H (2) or 2.F (3)] a power cycle is required before the new
values will take effect.
12
Bit
FI
Txt
VM
DP
ND
US
1
RW
BU
PS
1
Range
OFF (0) or On (1)
Default
OFF (0)
Update rate
Background read
Coding
FXMP25 OK flux level
Bit
FI
Txt
VM
DP
1
0.0 to 100.0 %
Default
6.7 %
Update rate
16 ms
US
RW
BU
1
1
1
PS
Diagnostics
Range
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This parameter sets the level at which field loss is detected and operates the fail relay in
Mentor II and standalone mode 100 % level = 150 % flux. 10 % flux / 1.5 = 6.7 the same
level as FXM5.
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Setting-up
In stand alone mode, setting this parameter will instruct the field controller to set-up its
flux loop gains automatically. If any voltage is detected on the armature voltage input
during the autotune then the unit will trip.
At the end of the autotune routine, Pr 77 is set to 0 (off) when Pr 81 = 0. If Pr 81 = 1,
then the controller remains in the enabled condition as controlled by the digital input.
Parameters
Coding
Autotune
Getting started
NOTE
Electrical
installation
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Product
information
Range
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Safety information
07
26
Coding
FXMP25 OK hysteresis level
Bit
FI
Txt
VM
DP
ND
1
Range
0.0 to 25.0 %
Default
0.0 %
Update rate
16 ms
US
RW
BU
1
1
1
PS
Set the hysteresis from the level set in Pr 25 to eliminate relay bounce when the level is
reached. If the value is greater or equal to the threshold Pr 25 plus half the hysteresis
band Pr 26 the output becomes active, or if the value is less than the threshold minus
half the hysteresis the output becomes inactive.
27
Coding
Flux threshold level exceeded
Bit
FI
Txt
VM
DP
1
ND
US
RW
BU
PS
1
Range
OFF (0) or On (1)
Update rate
16 ms
When set to On (1) indicates the value of flux is above threshold levels set by Pr 25 and
Pr 26.
29
Coding
Motor saturation breakpoint 1
Bit
FI
Txt
Range
0 to 100 % of rated flux
Default
50
Update rate
Background read
VM
DP
ND
US
RW
BU
1
1
1
US
RW
BU
1
1
1
PS
See Pr 30 for description.
30
Coding
Motor saturation breakpoint 2
Bit
FI
Txt
Range
0 to 100 % of rated flux
Default
75
Update rate
Background read
VM
DP
ND
PS
When the motor is operating in the field weakening voltage loop region the relationship
between the field current and the level of flux can be non linear. The field controller can
include the effects of this non linearity by representing the field current to flux
characteristic as a series of three lines as shown in the figure overleaf.
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flux (%)
Linear characteristic
(i.e. no saturation)
100%
Pr 5.30
Pr 5.29
Product
information
75
100
Mechanical
installation
50
Field
current (%)
Electrical
installation
Getting started
Parameters
Setting-up
Technical data
If Pr 29 and Pr 30 have their default values of 50 and 75, the characteristic becomes
one line and there will be a linear relationship between the field controller estimate of
flux and the field current. If Pr 29 and Pr 30 are increased above 50 and 75 the field
controller estimate of flux can included the effect of the non linearity. It is unlikely that
information will be available to set-up these parameters, and so the values are
determined during the rotating autotune test (in Mentor MP mode only). To set these
values in stand alone mode use the following procedure:
• Ensure that Pr 29, Pr 30, Pr 68 and Pr 74 are set to their default values of 50 %,
75 %, 100 % and 100 % respectively.
• Set the speed demand to 1/4 of Base speed and run the machine up to speed and
check the speed of the machine using a hand held device.
• If the machine speed is lower than 1/4 of Base speed (which is normally the case)
adjust the Field compensation factor (Pr 74) down until the correct machine speed
is reached. If the machine speed is higher than 1/4 of Base speed (only possible if
the motor nameplate field current is low), adjust the Rated field current (Pr 70) up
until the correct machine speed is reached.
• Set Pr 68 Maximum flux to 75 % and measure the actual speed of the machine
(speed 75)
• Set Pr 68 Maximum flux to 50 % and measure the actual speed of the machine
(speed 50).
• Stop the machine and set Pr 68 Maximum flux back to 100 %.
• Set Pr 29 Motor saturation breakpoint 1 = 50 x set speed / actual speed (Speed 50)
• Set Pr 30 Motor saturation breakpoint 2 = 75 x set speed / actual speed (speed 75).
• Press mode to save parameters.
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Coding
Flux feedback
Bit
FI
Txt
VM
1
Range
±150.0 %
Update rate
Background write
DP
ND
1
1
US
RW
BU
PS
Flux feedback after the current to flux converter, see motor saturation breakpoints in
Table 6-1 Quick look-up parameter table on page 30.
55
Coding
Flux / voltage demand
Bit
FI
Txt
VM
1
Range
±120.0 %
Update rate
Mains period / 6 ms
DP
ND
1
1
US
RW
BU
PS
When in current mode the flux demand from the field weakening voltage loop, subject to
the limits of Pr 68 and Pr 69. When in voltage mode [Pr 75 = On (1)] the voltage demand
is subject to the limits of Pr 68 and Pr 69.
56
Coding
Field current feedback
Bit
FI
Txt
VM
1
Range
±25.00 A
Update rate
Background write
DP
ND
2
1
DP
ND
1
1
US
RW
BU
PS
US
RW
BU
PS
The current feedback in amps.
57
Coding
Percentage voltage demand
Bit
FI
Txt
VM
1
Range
±150.0 % (0 to150 % in half control mode)
Update rate
Background write
Indicates percentage voltage demand. Negative value in full control indicates energy
absorption to force field down quicker.
58
Coding
Field firing angle
Bit
FI
Txt
1
Range
0.0 to 180.0 °
Update rate
Background write
VM
DP
ND
1
1
US
RW
BU
PS
0 ° = fully phased forward full volts applied to the field.
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Field weakening voltage set point
Bit
FI
Txt
0 to 750 V
Default
Eur: 400, USA: 480
Update rate
Background write
DP
ND
US
RW
BU
1
1
1
PS
The programmable value of the armature back emf or armature voltage (standalone
mode), in volts, at which the field begins to weaken. Defined as the voltage at which
base speed is reached.
Coding
Field output voltage
Bit
FI
Txt
VM
DP
1
ND
US
RW
BU
PS
1
0 to 500 V
Update rate
Background write
The calculated voltage being generated on the field output terminals. Calculated from
applied mains voltage and firing angle.
Bit
FI
Txt
VM
DP
ND
2
0.00 to 99.99
Default
0.40
Update rate
Background read
RW
BU
1
1
1
PS
Gains used during field weakening. Setting these too high could cause instability during
field weakening.
Coding
Field weakening loop I gain
Bit
FI
Txt
VM
DP
ND
2
0.00 to 99.99
Default
5.00
Update rate
Background read
RW
BU
1
1
1
PS
Gains used during field weakening. Setting these too high could cause instability during
field weakening.
Coding
External flux reference select
Bit
FI
Txt
OFF (0) to On (1)
Default
OFF (0)
Update rate
Background read
DP
ND
US
RW
1
1
BU
PS
When this parameter is set to OFF (0) the field controller operates with the field
weakening voltage loop. When set to On (1) the flux level is determined by reference on
terminal 3.
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Diagnostics
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Technical data
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Parameters
Range
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Getting started
Coding
Field weakening loop P gain
Electrical
installation
Range
62
Mechanical
installation
60
Product
information
Range
VM
Safety information
59
67
Coding
Field economy level
Bit
FI
Txt
VM
DP
ND
1
Range
0.0 to 100 %
Default
25.0 %
Update rate
Background read
US
RW
BU
1
1
1
PS
In standalone mode, if the field controller is to be used in flux mode Pr 64 = On (1), this
parameter would become the external flux reference of the field control loop.
When Pr 64 = 0FF (0), this is the reference selected when terminal Ion is open.
68
Coding
Maximum flux / voltage limit
Bit
FI
Txt
Range
0 to MAX_FIELD_FLUX
Default
100.0 %
Update rate
Background read
VM
DP
1
1
ND
US
RW
BU
1
1
1
PS
Programmable value of the maximum flux demand of the field weakening voltage loop.
The maximum value of this parameter depends upon the setting of the rated current
Pr 70.
MAX_FIELD_FLUX = 100 x 25 / Pr 70. For values of Pr 70 less than 20.8 A the
MAX_FIELD_FLUX will be limited to 120 %.
Maximum voltage demand when field voltage mode is selected Pr 75 = On (1).
69
Coding
Minimum flux / voltage limit
Bit
FI
Txt
VM
DP
1
1
Range
0.0 to MAX_FIELD_FLUX
Default
50.0 %
Update rate
Background read
ND
US
RW
BU
1
1
1
PS
The minimum value of flux demand to prevent excessive field weakening, and hence
over speeding. Minimum voltage demand when field voltage mode is selected Pr 75 =
On (1).
70
Coding
Rated field current
Bit
FI
Txt
VM
DP
2
Range
0.00 to 25.00A
Default
Eur: 5.00, USA: 25.00
Update rate
Background read
ND
US
RW
BU
1
1
1
PS
This parameter will be set to the field current of the motor and will define the 100 % point
for the field controller.
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Flux loop P gain
Bit
FI
Txt
VM
DP
ND
2
0 to 30.00
Default
3.00
Update rate
Background read
RW
BU
1
1
1
PS
Increasing this parameter will allow the loop to track the current demand more closely.
Setting the value too high will result in instability.
Coding
Flux loop I gain
Bit
FI
Txt
VM
DP
ND
1
0.00 to 300.0
Default
60.0
Update rate
Background read
RW
BU
1
1
1
PS
Electrical
installation
Range
US
Increasing this parameter will allow the loop to track the flux demand more closely.
Setting the values too high will result in instability.
Coding
Rated field voltage
Bit
FI
Txt
0 to 500 V
Default
Eur: 360, USA: 300
Update rate
Background read
DP
ND
US
RW
BU
1
1
1
US
RW
BU
1
1
1
PS
Parameters
Range
VM
This parameter should be set to the rated field voltage of the motor.
74
Rated field compensation factor
Bit
FI
0 to 100 %
Default
100 %
Update rate
Background
VM
DP
ND
PS
Diagnostics
The name plate rated field current is normally quoted for a cold field. At this level of
current, the machine is over-fluxed which causes the back EMF of the machine to be
higher than expected. The parameter can be adjusted by monitoring the armature
voltage while running at full speed. See Pr 30 on page 30 for further information.
Technical data
Range
Txt
Setting-up
Coding
Getting started
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Mechanical
installation
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75
Coding
Field voltage mode select
Bit
FI
Txt
VM
DP
ND
1
Range
OFF (0) to On (1)
Default
Eur: OFF (0), USA: On (1)
Update rate
Background read
US
RW
1
1
BU
PS
When this parameter is set to 1 the field controller operates in voltage mode. A fixed
voltage is applied to the field rather than the current being regulated.
76
Coding
AC supply
Bit
FI
Txt
VM
DP
1
ND
US
RW
BU
PS
1
Range
0 to 550 rms Vac
Update rate
Background write
The parameter indicates the average AC supply rms voltage at the input terminals.
Filtered by a 100 ms first order filter.
77
Coding
Enable field control
Bit
FI
Txt
1
VM
DP
ND
1
Range
OFF (0) to On (1)
Default
OFF (0)
Update rate
Background read
US
RW
BU
1
1
1
PS
When this parameter is set to OFF (0) the field controller is disabled. Setting this
parameter to On (1) enables the field controller.
78
Coding
Field mode
Bit
FI
Txt
VM
DP
ND
1
Range
OFF(0),M P(1),2.H(2),2.F(3),St.H(4),St.F(5)
Default
OFF (0)
Update rate
Actioned on field controller reset
US
RW
1
1
BU
PS
Provide the option for operating mode and full or half bridge control
Pr 78 = 0--- No mode select (OFF)
Pr 78 = 1--- Mentor MP mode (M P)
Pr 78 = 2--- Mentor II mode, half control (2.H)
Pr 78 = 3--- Mentor II mode, full control (2.F)
Pr 78 = 4--- Stand alone, half control (St.H)
Pr 78 = 5--- Stand alone, full control (St.F)
A reset is required for the mode change to take effect and the command to be passed
through to the power processor. A reset can be achieved by holding the mode key for 2
seconds.
NOTE
40
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Reset
Power cycle
The new mode will then take effect.
NOTE
Recommendations
Pr 78 can be changed while running between St.H (4) and St.F (5).
NOTE
When controlling FXMP with Mentor MP, Mentor MP firmware must be V01.05.01 or
later (Pr 11.29 = 01.05, Pr 11.34 = 1).
Economy level selected
Coding
Bit
FI
1
1
Txt
OFF (0) to On (1)
Update rate
Background read
DP
ND
US
RW
BU
PS
US
RW
BU
PS
1
1
1
1
Setting-up
Range
VM
Indicates that field economy level has been selected.
Digital input control
Bit
Coding
FI
TE
VM
DP
ND
1
Economy Level (0) or Enable Field Controller (1)
Default
0
Update rate
Background read
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UL listing information
Select the destination parameter of the digital input (terminal 1).
If Pr 81 = 0 (Eco), the digital input controls parameter Pr 80. This is inverted so Pr 80 is
'ON' by default.
If Pr 81 = 1 (F.Ctl), the digital input controls the parameter Pr 77.
Reset the drive for the change to take place.
Diagnostics
Range
Technical data
81
Parameters
80
Getting started
NOTE
Electrical
installation
required, then full field control is required.
Mechanical
installation
Half control
Normally use half control, since this generally produces a lower amplitude of current
ripple. This results in lower torque ripple in motor.
Full control
Full control causes the SCR bridge to force the field current more rapidly towards zero
at each half cycle. This increases the amplitude of the current ripple, but gives faster
control of the field current level. Use full control under the following conditions:
• When very rapid field weakening is required
L
• If the natural decay of the field defined by ⎛ ----⎞ is slower than the acceleration
⎝ R⎠
Product
information
When Mentor II modes [2.H (2) 2.F (3)] are required, Pr 11 must be set before Pr 78.
If Pr 11 is changed after Pr 78 = 2.H (2) or 2.F (3), a power cycle is required before the
new values will take effect.
Safety information
•
•
•
90
Trip 0
91
Trip 1
92
Trip 2
93
Trip 3
Bit
Coding
FI
Txt
VM
DP
1
Range
0 to 255
Update rate
Background write
ND
US
RW
1
BU
PS
1
1
PS
Indicates the last four field controller trips.
94
Parameter displayed at power-up
Bit
Coding
FI
Range
00 to 98
Default
54
Update rate
Background read
Txt
VM
DP
ND
US
RW
BU
1
1
1
This parameter defines which parameter is displayed at power up. When the field
controller enters status mode this parameter is also displayed.
95
Serial address
Bit
Coding
FI
Range
0 to 247
Default
1
Update rate
Background read
Txt
VM
DP
ND
US
RW
BU
1
1
1
PS
Used to define the unique address for the field controller for the serial interface. The
field controller is always a slave.
Addresses between 0 and 247 are permitted. Address 0 is used to globally address all
slaves, and so this address should not be set in this parameter.
96
Baud rate
Bit
Coding
FI
Txt
VM
DP
1
Range
0 to 4
Default
3
Update rate
Background read
ND
US
RW
BU
1
1
1
PS
Used to define the baud rate of the serial interface.
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Parameter value
String/baud rate
0
2400
1
4800
2
9600
3
19200
4
38400
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Software version
FI
Txt
Range
1.00 to 99.99
Update rate
Write at power-up
VM
DP
ND
2
1
US
RW
BU
PS
1
98
User security code
FI
0 to 999
Default
0
Update rate
Background read
VM
DP
ND
US
RW
BU
1
1
1
1
PS
If any number other than 0 is programmed into this parameter, user security is applied
so that no parameters can be adjusted. When this parameter is displayed and security
is locked it appears as zero.
Bit
FI
Txt
Range
1.00 to 99.99
Update rate
Write at power-up
VM
DP
ND
2
1
US
RW
BU
PS
1
Setting-up
The power PCB software version consists of two numbers xx.yy. Where xx specifies a
change that affects hardware compatibility, yy specifies a change that affects product
documentation.
Parameters
Coding
Power software version
Getting started
Range
Txt
Electrical
installation
Bit
Coding
99
Mechanical
installation
The field controller software version consists of two numbers xx.yy. Where xx specifies
a change that affects hardware compatibility, yy specifies a change that affects product
documentation.
Product
information
Bit
Coding
Safety information
This parameter can be changed via the field controller keypad or via the comms
interface itself. If it is changed via the comms interface, the response to the command
uses the original baud rate. The master should wait at least 20ms before sending a new
message using the new baud rate.
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Setting-up
The field current must not be allowed to become zero while the motor is running.
WARNING
WARNING
During the following procedure, you will be required to apply AC power to the FXMP25
controller and to run the motor. Before applying AC power, ensure the following:
The controller is correctly connected. The controller cover is securely installed. The
motor can be run safely.
Table 7-1 Quick start commissioning / start up from defaults for stand alone mode
Action
Before power up
Detail
Ensure:
•
Motor field is connected.
•
Armature feedback is connected to A1 and A2 connections if
field weakening is required.
The relay should be connected to the armature
controller to indicate when a field controller has low
field excitation. This will avoid an overspeed
WARNING
condition due to loss or reduced field excitation.
Ensure:
The field controller displays:
If the field controller trips, see Chapter 9 Diagnostics on
page 60.
From European defaults:
Enter:
•
Field rated current in Pr 70
Enter motor
•
Field rated voltage in Pr 73
nameplate details
From USA defaults:
Enter:
•
Field rated voltage in Pr 73
The following modes can be selected for stand alone mode:
•
Set Pr 78 (Field mode) = St.H (4) for stand alone, half
control.
Select field mode
•
Set Pr 78 (Field mode) = St.F (5) for stand alone, full control.
•
Carry out a reset by pressing the mode button for at least 2
seconds
Autotune for flux loop gains (Not required in voltage mode
{USA defaults})
When this operation is performed the field controller sets up its
flux loop gains, Flux loop P gain (Pr 71), Flux loop I gain (Pr 72)
Autotune
automatically.
To perform an autotune:
•
Set Pr 12 (Autotune) = On (1)
•
Set Pr 77 (Enable field control) = On (1)
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No XXXXXXXXXX kg
IP55
I.cl F °C 40 s S1
-1
V
Hz min kW cosφ
230 50 1445 2.20 0.80
400
CN = 14.5Nm
240 50 1445 2.20 0.76
415
CN = 14.4Nm
A
8.50
4.90
8.50
4.90
CTP- VEN 1PHASE 1=0,46A P=110W R.F 32MN
I.E.C 34 1(87)
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controller
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If field weakening is required:
From European defaults:
•
Set Pr 59 (Field weakening voltage set point)
Setting up for field •
Set Pr 69 (minimum flux / voltage limit)
weakening
From USA defaults:
•
Set Pr 59 (Field weakening voltage set point)
•
Set Pr 69 (minimum flux / voltage limit)
•
Set Pr 70 (Field rated current)
Enable the field
To enable the field controller:
controller
•
Set Pr 77 (Enable field control) = On (1)
Close field
Close field economy input (Ion) so that Pr 80 (Economy level
economy jumper select) is OFF (0).
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Figure 7-1 Standalone mode logic diagram
Flux reference
input offset
External flux
reference select
64
04
Flux input
Iref
Flux
reference
+
+
03
Field
weakening
voltage
set point
59
Voltage error
to % error
conversion
1
+
59
Field
weakeneing
voltage set-point
_
Armature voltage
feedback
Armature
voltage
Flux
reference
scaling
0
05
1
Compensation
factor
Flux
feedback
Field
weakening
loop
P gain
54
62
68
Maximum
flux
63
I gain
Maximum
flux
68
69
Minimum
flux
02
06
Armature voltage
output scaling
07
Field flux
output scaling
Armature voltage
output Va
Field flux
output If
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77
81
Economy
level
select
1
1
0
80
_
72
I gain
1
57
78
Field
mode
Percentage
voltage
demand
25
26
A1/A2
9
A1/A2
10
5.58
60
Flux
feedback
29
30
27
OR
70
A1/A2
74
01
Motor saturation
breakpoint 1
Motor saturation
breakpoint 2
Rated field
current
Rated field
compensation
factor
Parameters
I
Field output
voltage
Flux calculator
8
L
5.58
58
Getting started
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Field firing
angle
Electrical
installation
5.73
73
Rated
field
voltage
0
Flux loop*
P gain
71
+
A
76
* Set by autotune Pr 0.12
55
0
0
Field voltage
mode select
75
Mechanical
installation
1
1
AC
supply
Ion
Voltage to
firing angle
conversion
Flux
demand
F
Product
information
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economy
level
Drive
healthy / OK
56
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Field
current
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Table 7-2 Quick start commissioning / start up from defaults for Mentor MP mode
Action
Before power up
Detail
Ensure:
•
Motor field is connected.
•
The MP port on the FXMP25 is connected to the external
field controller port on the Mentor MP using a shielded
straight through RJ45 to RJ45 lead, maximum length 100 m.
•
Mentor MP software must be V01.05.01 or later.
Ensure:
Power up the field •
controller
•
The field controller displays:
If the field controller trips, see Chapter 9 Diagnostics on
page 60.
To select MP mode
Select Mentor MP •
•
mode
•
Set Pr 78 (Field mode) = MP (1)
Press the mode button to enter parameter view mode
Press and hold the mode button for at least 2 seconds to
carry out a reset.
The Mentor MP has taken control of the FXMP25. Setting up
Setting up the field
should now be carried out using the Mentor MP. Please refer to
controller
the running a motor section in Mentor MP Short Form Guide.
Setting in MP
Set Pr 5.78 to EXTERNAL
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Figure 7-2 Mentor MP mode logic diagram
AC
supply
Field voltage
mode select
76
5.75
Flux *
demand
Field firing
angle
5.58
5.73
5.55
1
Flux loop
P gain
Field flux
output scaling
If
A1/A2
5.71
_
5.72
I gain
07
5.77
5
Enable
field
control
Motor saturation
breakpoint 1
Motor saturation
breakpoint 2
Drive
healthy
8
01
F
A
9
I
10
L
Rated field
current
Rated field
compensation
factor
Setting-up
A1/A2
56
Field
current
feedback
All parameters except Pr 07 and Pr 78 are set-up by the Mentor MP and therefore
cannot be adjusted on the FXMP25 field controller.
Technical data
* Flux demand Pr 5.55 is controlled by Mentor MP. Requested bridge is taken from the sign of
Pr 5.55. Positive for the forward bridge and negative (Mentor MP 2 quadrant drives only) for the
reverse bridge. The bridge change only occurs when the flux is zero.
NOTE
Parameters
5.74
5.60
5.58
A1/A2
5.70
Field
mode
Getting started
5.30
Field output
voltage
Flux
feedback
Flux calculator
5.29
Percentage
voltage
demand
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5.57
A1/A2
Field
flux
output
+
Rated
field
voltage
Mechanical
installation
0
Product
information
Voltage to
firing angle
conversion
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Table 7-3 Quick start commissioning / start up from defaults for Mentor II mode
Action
Before power up
Detail
Ensure:
•
Motor field is connected.
•
The Mentor II port on the FXMP25 is connected to the
Mentor II using a 10 way IDC to IDC ribbon.
•
The supply phases FXMP25 (L1 to L3) are in the same
phase as on the Mentor II (E1 to E3).
Ensure:
Power up the field •
controller
•
The field controller displays:
If the field controller trips, see Chapter 9 Diagnostics on
page 60.
Setting up the field
•
Set parameter Pr 11 on FXMP25 to be the same value as
current feedback
Pr 6.11 on Mentor II.
scaling
To select Mentor II mode
•
Set Pr 78 (Field mode) = 2.H (2) for Mentor II mode, half
control (ensure Pr 6.22 on Mentor II is set accordingly).
Select Mentor II
•
Set Pr 78 (Field mode) = 2.F (3) for Mentor II mode, full
mode
control (ensure Pr 6.22 on Mentor II is set accordingly).
•
Press the mode button to enter parameter view mode.
•
Press and hold the mode button for at least 2 seconds to
carry out a reset.
The Mentor II has taken control of the FXMP25. Setting up
Setting up the field
should now be carried out using the Mentor II. Please refer to the
controller
Mentor II User Guide Menu 6.
To setup flux OK Set Pr 25 and Pr 26 to the value required. Default values are set
relay
to switch at 10 % current, the same as FXM5.
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hysteresis level
25
26
Drive
healthy / OK
01
8
27
OR
F
A
I
10
L
A1/A2
A1/A2
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07
Flux
feedback
Field flux
output scaling
Flux calculator
Parameters
Field
flux
output
Mentor II field
feedback setting
Getting started
11
56
If
A1/A2
Diagnostics
When using FXMP 25 with Mentor II, Pr 6.21 must be set in order to avoid field over
voltage conditions during fault conditions. (Refer to Pr 6.21 on page 64 in the Mentor II
User Guide for an example calculation). FXMP relay and Mentor II logic functions
should be used to set Pr 6.13 to 0 to disable firing pulses during fault conditions in the
disabled state.
Technical data
Thermal overload in Mentor II mode works by forcing current feedback to zero causing
the relay to operate. When Mentor II is enabled, this causes the drive to trip FdL (field
loss). When in the disabled state, FdL trip is not active on Mentor II, and therefore
following loss of feedback Mentor II will advance the firing angle to the end stop which
will cause the output of the FXMP to reach maximum voltage set by the front end stop
Pr 6.21.
Setting-up
Field
current
feedback
Refer to Mentor II User Guide Issue 14 page 95 for Mentor II block diagram.
WARNING
Mechanical
installation
9
Product
information
Flux
level
exceeded
A1/A2
Drive healthy
flux level
Safety information
Figure 7-3 Mentor II mode
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FXMP25 Thermal Protection in Mentor 2 Mode.
The following parameter setting can be used to provide indication to the Mentor 2 if
overtemperature condition is reached.
WARNING
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Pr 9.23 = 1012 - digital output ST5 set to ‘drive OK / healthy’.
Pr 8.18 = 613 - digital input to control Pr 6.13 (field enable).
Pr 12.03 = 604 - use programmable threshold to detect when firing angle reaches front
end-stop.
Pr 12.04 = 1000.
Pr 9.13 = 806
Pr 9.15 = 1201 - digital output 1 indicates when firing angle end-stop is reached.
Pr 9.07 = 806
Pr 9.09 = 8.11 – drive disabled.
Pr 8.17 = 1034 – force an ‘Et’ trip if FXMP25 relay opens and firing angle reaches endstop and drive is disabled.
Connect digital outputs 1 and 2 and digital input 7 together.
Connect normally open contacts of FXMP25 relay to digital input 6.
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8.1
Ratings
Maximum continuous input current
The value of the maximum continuous input current is given to aid the selection of
cables and fuses. The value is stated for worst-case conditions.
Continuous DC
output current
A
26
25
Mechanical
installation
FXMP25 derating for extended ambient operation
Electrical
installation
8.2
Continuous AC
input current
A
Product
information
The continuous output current rating given is for a maximum ambient temperature of
40 °C (104 °F) and an altitude of 1000 m. For operation at higher temperatures and
altitudes derating is required.
Safety information
8
Figure 8-1 FXMP25 derating for extended ambient operation
Getting started
25
21.5
20
Parameters
16
15
10
Setting-up
Permissable output current (A)
30
5
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
Ambient temperature(°C)
Power dissipation
Diagnostics
8.3
Technical data
0
Table 8-1 shows the maximum field controller losses, assuming 480 V supply on a
300 V field.
Table 8-1 Field controller losses
Loss @ 50 °C
W
W
W
85.5
81.6
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8.4
AC supply requirements
The FXMP25 is rated for a nominal supply up to 480 Vrms.
8.4.1
Supply types
The FXMP25 is suitable for use with any supply type, i.e. TN-S, TN-C-S, TT, IT, with
grounding at any potential, i.e. neutral, centre or corner (grounded-delta).
8.4.2
AC supply specification
Table 8-2 AC supply
Specification
Product voltage variant
Maximum nominal supply
8.5
480 V
Tolerance
10 %
Minimum nominal supply
208 V
Tolerance
-10 %
Line reactors
The FXMP25, in common with all naturally commutated SCR drives, causes voltage
notches at the input supply terminals. To avoid disturbances with other equipment using
the same supply, the addition of external line inductance is strongly recommended in
order to restrict the depth of notches imposed. This is generally not necessary where a
dedicated transformer is used to supply the FXMP25.
The following recommendations for added line inductance, have been calculated based
on the power drive systems standard: EN 61800-3:2004 "Adjustable speed electrical
power drive systems - Part 3: EMC requirements and specific test methods".
Table 8-3 Minimum values of Ladd and inductor current rating for a typical
application
Field output
current
NOTE
CAUTION
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System voltage
400 V
480 V
Typical current
rating
A
μH
μH
A
25
230
290
26
On typical field windings or high inductance loads the output current is smooth DC and
therefore the rms input current is approximately equal to the DC output current.
The above assumes the supply has 1.5 % impedance and a minimum supply rating of
5 kA.
Control of currents below 250 mA (thyristor holding currents) should be avoided. If
control at this level is required then line reactors must be installed to reduce the effect
of dv/dt as thyristors turn off.
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Safety information
8.6
Ambient temperature operating range:
0 °C to 55 °C (32 °F to 131 °F)
Field output current derating must be applied at temperature >40 °C (104 °F).
Minimum temperature at power-up:
Maximum humidity:
The FXMP25 can operate in environments up to a maximum relative humidity: 90 %
non-condensing at 50 °C.
Mechanical
installation
8.7
Storage
Storage temperature range: -40 to 70 °C.
Storage time is 2 years.
The DC bus capacitors have a storage period of 10 years.
The low voltage capacitors on the control supplies typically have a storage period of 2
years and are thus the limiting factor.
It is therefore recommended that the FXMP25 is powered up for a minimum of 1 hour
after every 2 years of storage.
Getting started
Low voltage capacitors cannot be reformed due to their location in the circuit and thus
may require replacing if the FXMP25 is stored for a period of 2 years or greater without
power being applied.
Electrical
installation
Electrolytic capacitors in any electronic product have a storage period after which they
require reforming or replacing.
Parameters
This process allows the FXMP25 to be stored for a further 2 years.
8.8
Product
information
The FXMP25 will power up at -15 °C (5 °F).
Altitude
Altitude range: 0 to 3,000 m (9,900 ft), subject to the following conditions:
8.9
IP rating
The FXMP25 is rated to IP20 pollution degree 2 (dry, non-conductive contamination
only).
Diagnostics
The IP rating of a product is a measure of protection against ingress and contact to
foreign bodies and water. It is stated as IP XX, where the two digits (XX) indicate the
degree of protection provided as shown in Table 8-4.
Technical data
For example at 3,000 m (9,900 ft) the output current of the drive would have to be derated by 20 %.
Setting-up
1,000 m to 3,000 m (3,300 ft to 9,900 ft) above sea level: de-rate the maximum
output current from the specified figure by 1 % per 100m (330 ft) above 1,000 m
(3,300 ft)
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Table 8-4 IP rating degrees of protection
8.10
First digit
Second digit
Protection against contact and
ingress of foreign bodies
0 No protection
Protection against large
foreign bodies φ > 50 mm
1
(large area contact with the
hand)
Protection against medium
2 size foreign bodies φ > 12 mm
(finger)
Protection against small
3 foreign bodies φ > 2.5 mm
(tools, wires)
Protection against granular
4 foreign bodies φ > 1 mm
(tools, wires)
Protection against dust
5 deposit, complete protection
against accidental contact.
Protection against dust
6 ingress, complete protection
against accidental contact.
7 8 -
Protection against ingress of water
0
No protection
1
Protection against vertically
falling drops of water
2
Protection against spraywater
(up to 15 ° from the vertical)
3
Protection against spraywater
(up to 60 ° from the vertical)
4
Protection against splashwater
(from all directions)
5
Protection against heavy
splash water (from all
directions, at high pressure)
6
Protection against deckwater
(e.g. in heavy seas)
7
8
Protection against immersion
Protection against submersion
Corrosive gasses
Concentrations of corrosive gases must not exceed the levels given in:
• Table A2 of EN 50178:1998
• Class 3C2 of IEC 60721-3-3
This corresponds to the levels typical of urban areas with industrial activities and/or
heavy traffic, but not in the immediate neighborhood of industrial sources with chemical
emissions.
8.11
RoHS compliance
FXMP25 meets EU directive 2002-95-EC for RoHS compliance.
8.12
Vibration
Maximum recommended continuous vibration level 0.14 g rms broad-band 5 to 200 Hz.
NOTE
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This is the limit for broad-band (random) vibration. Narrow-band vibration at this level
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Bump test
Testing in each of three mutually perpendicular axes in turn.
Referenced standard:IEC 60068-2-29: Test Eb:
Severity: 18 g, 6 ms, half sine
No. of Bumps: 600 (100 in each direction of each axis)
Product
information
Random vibration test
Testing in each of three mutually perpendicular axes in turn.
Referenced standard:IEC 60068-2-64: Test Fh:
Severity: 1.0 m2/s3 (0.01 g2/Hz) ASD from 5 to 20 Hz
-3 dB/octave from 20 to 200 Hz
Duration: 30 minutes in each of 3 mutually perpendicular axes.
Mechanical
installation
Sinusoidal vibration test
Testing in each of three mutually perpendicular axes in turn.
Referenced standard: IEC 60068-2-6: Test Fc:
Frequency range: 5 to 500 Hz
Severity:
3.5 mm peak displacement from 5 to 9 Hz
Electrical
installation
10 m/s2 peak acceleration from 9 to 200 Hz
15 m/s2 peak acceleration from 200 to 500 Hz
Sweep rate: 1 octave/minute
Duration:
15 minutes in each of 3 mutually perpendicular axes.
Getting started
8.13
Parameters
EN 61800-5-1:2007, Section 5.2.6.4. referring to IEC 60068-2-6
Frequency range:
10-150 Hz
Amplitude:
10-57 Hz @ 0.075 mm pk
57-150 Hz @ 1g pk
Sweep rate:
1 octave/minute
Duration:
10 sweep cycles per axes in each of 3 mutually
perpendicular axes
Acoustic noise
Setting-up
The internal fan generates the majority of the acoustic noise produced by the field
controller.
FXMP25 sound pressure level at 1 m = 44.5 dBA.
8.14
Overall dimensions
8.15
Technical data
Refer to Figure 3-3 Overall dimensions on page 13.
Weight
The overall weight of the FXMP25 is 1.70 kg (3.70 Ib).
8.16
Cable and fuse size ratings
Diagnostics
Refer to section 4.5 Cable and fuse size ratings on page 18.
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8.17
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
This is a summary of the EMC performance of the FXMP25. For full details, refer to the
FXMP25 EMC data sheet which can be obtained from the supplier of the FXMP25.
Table 8-5 Immunity compliance
Type of
immunity
Test specification
Application
Level
EN 61000-4-2
IEC 61000-4-2
Electrostatic
discharge
6 kV contact discharge
8 kV air discharge
Module
enclosure
Level 3
(industrial)
EN 61000-4-3
IEC 61000-4-3
Radio
frequency
radiated field
80 % AM (1 kHz) modulation
Levels prior to modulation:
10V/m 80 - 1000 MHz
3V/m 1.4 – 2.0 GHz
1V/m 2.0 – 2.7 GHz
Module
enclosure
Level 3
(industrial)
5/50ns 2 kV transient at 5 kHz
repetition frequency via coupling
clamp
Control lines
Level 4
(industrial
harsh)
5/50ns 2 kV transient at 5 kHz
repetition frequency by direct injection
Power lines
Level 3
(industrial)
Common mode 4 kV
1.2/50 μs waveshape
AC supply lines:
line to ground
Level 4
Differential mode 2 kV
AC supply lines:
line to line
Level 3
Common mode 1 kV
Control lines1
Standard
EN 61000-4-4
IEC 61000-4-4
EN 61000-4-5
IEC 61000-4-5
Fast transient
burst
Surges
EN 61000-4-6
IEC 61000-4-6
Conducted
radio
frequency
10 V prior to modulation
0.15 - 80 MHz
80 % AM (1 kHz) modulation
Control and
power lines
EN 61000-4-11
IEC 61000-4-11
Voltage dips,
short
interruptions
& variations
All durations
AC supply lines
EN 61000-4-8
IEC 61000-4-8
Power
frequency
magnetic
field
Exceeds level 5
Module
enclosure
Level 3
(industrial)
Level X
(1mT)
EN 61000-61:2007
IEC 61000-6-1
Generic immunity standard for the residential,
commercial and light - industrial environment
Complies
EN 61000-62:2005
IEC 61000-6-2
Generic immunity standard for the industrial
environment
Complies
EN 618003:2004
IEC 61800-3
Product standard for adjustable speed power drive
systems (immunity requirements)
Meets immunity requirements for
first and second environments
1
See section 4.6.1 Surge immunity of control circuits - long cables and connections
outside a building on page 22 for control ports for possible requirements regarding
grounding and external surge protection.
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Emission
The following standards are met for cable lengths up to 100m.
Table 8-6 FXMP25 emission compliance
Filter
Conformity
C4
Schaffner FN3280H-25-33
C2
Product
information
No filter
Filters can be sourced directly from Schaffner.
Key (shown in decreasing order of permitted emission level):
EN 61800-3:2004 second environment, restricted distribution (Additional
measures may be required to prevent interference).
C2
Industrial generic standard EN 61000-6-4:2007.
EN 61800-3:2004 first environment restricted distribution (The following caution
is required by EN 61800-3:2004).
Getting started
Parameters
Setting-up
EN 61800-3:2004 defines the following:
• The first environment is one that includes residential premises. It also includes
establishments directly connected without intermediate transformers to a lowvoltage power supply network which supplies buildings used for residential
purposes.
• The second environment is one that includes all establishments other than those
directly connected to a low-voltage power supply network which supplies buildings
used for residential purposes.
• Restricted distribution is defined as a mode of sales distribution in which the
manufacturer restricts the supply of equipment to suppliers, customers or users who
separately or jointly have technical competence in the EMC requirements of the
application of drives.
Electrical
installation
This is a product of the restricted distribution class according to IEC 61800-3. In a
residential environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the
user may be required to take adequate measures.
Mechanical
installation
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9
Diagnostics
The display on the FXMP25 gives various information about the status of the field
controller. These fall into three categories:
•
•
•
WARNING
9.1
Trip indications
Alarm indications
Status indications
Users must not attempt to repair a faulty FXMP25 or carry out fault diagnosis other than
replace internal fuses or through the use of the diagnostic features described in this
chapter. Under no circumstances must the casing of the FXMP25 be opened when the
AC supply is connected. Faulty units must be returned to an authorized Control
Techniques distributor for repair.
Trip indications
If the unit trips, the field output is disabled and the FXMP25 ceases to control the field.
The left hand display indicates that a trip has occurred, and the right hand display
shows the trip.
Trips are listed alphabetically in Table 9-1 based on the trip indication shown on the
FXMP25 display.
Example
The FXMP25 display shows an FdL trip on the display as shown in Figure 9-1 below:
Figure 9-1 Typical example of trip display
FXMP25
FXMP25 status
= tripped
Trip type
(FdL =Field loss)
M
Mode /Reset
STORED CHARGE
10 min
The above graphic shows the resultant display following an FdL trip. This indicates a
field loss condition as described in Table 9-1 on page 61 overleaf.
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EEF
Diagnosis
Internal EEPROM trip
FdL
No current in the field supply circuit
Check the field circuit.
Check the FXMP25 internal fuses.
FOC
Excess current detected field current feedback
Electrical
installation
Unexpected interrupt
Hardware fault - return to supplier
HF07
Mechanical
installation
Maximum field current is present.
Check the field rated current (Pr 70) and the field rated voltage (Pr 73) are set correct to
the motor nameplate.
Check for short circuit on field circuit cabling.
Check integrity of motor insulation.
HF06
Product
information
Internal FXMP25 EEPROM checksum. When this trip occurs all the parameters are set to
default. The trip can only be removed by entering a load default command (i.e. Eur or
USA) into Pr 00 before re-setting the FXMP25.
Safety information
Table 9-1 Trip indications
Watchdog failure
Hardware fault - return to supplier
Interrupt clash
Getting started
HF08
Hardware fault - return to supplier
HF11
Access to the EEPROM failed
Hardware fault - return to supplier
HF17
No comms from power processor
Parameters
Hardware fault - return to supplier
HF19
Flash failure
Hardware fault - return to supplier
HF21
Power processor - Watchdog failure
Setting-up
Hardware fault - return to supplier
HF22
Power processor - Unexpected interrupt
Hardware fault - return to supplier
HF23
Power processor - Level overrun
Technical data
Hardware fault - return to supplier
HF24
Power processor - No frequency at power up
Hardware fault - return to supplier
HF29
Fan fault
Hardware fault - return to supplier
FXMP25 overheat (SCR junction) based on thermal model
•
•
O.ht2
Diagnostics
O.ht1
Reduce ambient temperature or field current
Check the fans are operating and venting is not blocked
Heatsink over temperature
Reduce ambient temperature or field current
Check the fans are operating and venting is not blocked
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•
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Trip
OV
Diagnosis
Over voltage
•
•
PS
Check AC supply is within specification
Check that notching on the AC supply is not excessive. Refer to section 8.5 Line
reactors on page 54
Internal FXMP25 power supply trip
Return to the supplier
PS.24
24V comms power supply overload
Tune
Autotune stopped before completion
Check connection to the Mentor MP / serial port connector
See Pr 12 (Autotune)
9.2
Trip categories
Trips can be grouped into the following categories. It should be noted that a trip can only
occur when the FXMP25 is not tripped or is already tripped but with a trip with a lower
priority number.
Table 9-2 Trip categories
Priority
Category
Trips
Comments
1
Hardware faults
HF01 to HF11
These indicate fatal problems and cannot
be reset. The FXMP25 is inactive after
one of these trips and the display shows
HFxx.
2
Self resetting
trips
UV
Under voltage trip cannot be reset by the
user, but is automatically reset by the
FXMP25 when the supply voltage is
within specification.
3
Non-resetable
trips
HF17 to HF29
4
EEF trip
EEF
5
Normal trips
All other trips not
included in this
table
Cannot be reset
Cannot be reset unless a code to load
defaults is first entered in Pr 00
Can be reset after 1.0s
Unless otherwise stated, trips cannot be reset until 1.0s after the trip has been triggered
by the FXMP25
9.3
Alarm indications
Table 9-3 Alarm indications
Right hand
display
Description
hot
Heatsink temperature too high
The heatsink temperature is approaching the over temperature threshold
(see O.ht2).
FAIL
Load default when the FXMP25 is active
An attempt has been made to default the FXMP25 when it is enabled
[Pr 77 = On (1)].
n.SEr
No communication between FXMP25 and Mentor MP
The FXMP25 cannot communicate with the Mentor MP
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Safety information
9.4
Table 9-4 Status indications
Left hand
display
Description
tr
Product
information
ih
Field controller inhibited
The field controller is inhibited because the field controller is disabled
[Pr 77 = OFF (0)].
Field controller has tripped
Mechanical
installation
The field controller has tripped. The trip code will be displayed in the ‘right
hand’ display (see Chapter 9 Diagnostics on page 60).
9.5
Electrical
installation
rn
Field controller is running
The field controller is in a run state.
Pr 78 = Mode Selected and
Pr 77 = On (1) in Standalone Mode or
Mentor MP Pr 5.77 = On (1) In MP Mode or
Mentor II ribbon cable is connected in Mentor II mode.
Displaying the trip history
Table 9-5 Trips
Parameter
Trip 0 (most recent trip)
91
Trip 1
92
Trip 2
93
Trip 3
Parameters
9.6
Description
90
Getting started
The FXMP25 retains the last four trips that have occurred. Table 9-5 shows parameters
used to store the last four trip.
Behavior of the FXMP25 when tripped
Setting-up
If the FXMP25 trips the output of the FXMP25 is disabled so that the FXMP25 stops
controlling the field. If any trip occurs the following read only parameters are frozen to
help in diagnosing the cause of the trip.
Table 9-6 Parameters frozen on trip
Technical data
Parameter
Description
Armature voltage
54
Flux feedback
56
Field current feedback
58
Field firing angle
03
Flux reference
Analog and digital I/O
The analog and digital I/O on the FXMP25 continue to work correctly if a trip occurs.
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UL listing information
FXMP field controller has been assessed to comply with both URus and cUR
requirements.
Control Techniques UL file number is E171230. Confirmation of UL recognition can be
found at website: www.ul.com.
10.1
Conditions of acceptability
Conformity: The field controller conforms to UL recognition requirements only when the
following are observed.
1. The Device shall be installed in a pollution degree 2.
2. The terminal torques specified in section 3.2 Electrical terminals on page 14 are to
be used.
3. Field wiring is to be class 1, 75 °C copper wire only
4. The field controller is to be installed in an enclosure having adequate strength and
thickness to the intended manner and with acceptable spacings provided.
5. This unit has been tested together with the Mentor MP range of DC drives for field
loss detection. When other DC drives are used, loss of field current or voltage
detection shall be provided, this detection shall prevent motor over speed upon field
loss.
6. FS1 and FS2 shall be fuse type FR10GR69V30 by Ferraz Shawmut (E76491),
rated 30 A, 690 Vac.
7. Suitable for use on a circuit capable of delivering not more than 100 kA RMS
symmetrical Amperes, 480 Vac maximum. When protected by a class CC fuse with
an IAC rating of 100 kA minimum and rated at 30 A maximum.
8. The surrounding air temperature of the device does not exceed 40 °C when the
device is operating.
9. BCP fusing is to be provided in accordance with NEC requirements.
10.2
AC supply specification
The maximum UL supply voltage is 480 Vac.
The device is suitable for use in a circuit capable of delivering not more than 100,000
rms symmetrical amperes at 480 Vac when installed as per point 7 above in section
10.1.
10.3
Maximum continuous current
The device is listed as having the maximum continuous current ratings as specified in
section 2.1 Ratings on page 9.
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