Micromaxx MM 2854 Operating instructions

MICROMASTER 440
0,12 kW - 250 kW
Operating Instructions (Compact)
User Documentation
Issue 10/06
Warnings, Cautions and Notes
Issue 10/06
Warnings, Cautions and Notes
The following Warnings, Cautions and Notes are provided for your safety and as a
means of preventing damage to the product or components in the machines
connected. Specific Warnings, Cautions and Notes that apply to particular
activities are listed at the beginning of the relevant chapters and are repeated or
supplemented at critical points throughout these sections. Please read the
information carefully, since it is provided for your personal safety and will also help
prolong the service life of your MICROMASTER 440 Inverter and the equipment
you connect to it.
WARNING
¾ This equipment contains dangerous voltages and controls potentially dangerous
rotating mechanical parts. Non-compliance with Warnings or failure to follow
the instructions contained in this manual can result in loss of life, severe
personal injury or serious damage to property.
¾ Only suitable qualified personnel should work on this equipment, and only after
becoming familiar with all safety notices, installation, operation and
maintenance procedures contained in this manual. The successful and safe
operation of this equipment is dependent upon its proper handling, installation,
operation and maintenance.
¾ The DC link capacitors remain charged for five minutes after power has been
removed. It is not permissible to open the equipment until 5 minutes after the
power has been removed. The drive unit discharges itself during this time.
¾ This equipment is capable of providing internal motor overload protection in
accordance with UL508C section 42. Refer to P0610 and P0335, i2t is ON by
default. Motor overload protection can also be provided using an external PTC
or KTY84.
¾ This equipment is suitable for use in a circuit capable of delivering not more
than symmetrical 10 kA (rms) (Frame Sizes A to C) or symmetrical 42 kA (rms)
(Frame Sizes D to GX), for a maximum voltage of 230 V / 460 V / 575 V when
protected by an H, J or K type fuse, a circuit breaker or self-protected
combination motor controller (for more details see Operating Instructions
Appendix F).
¾ Use Class 1 60/75 °C copper wire only with the cross-sections as specified in
the Operating Instructions.
¾ The mains input, DC and motor terminals, can carry dangerous voltages even if
the inverter is inoperative. Always wait 5 minutes to allow the unit to discharge
after switching off before carrying out any installation work.
NOTE
¾ Before installing and commissioning, please read these safety instructions and
warnings carefully and all the warning labels attached to the equipment.
¾ Please ensure that all of the warning labels are kept in a condition so that they
can be easily read and replace missing or damaged labels.
¾ Maximum permissible surrounding ambient temperature is:
− Frame Sizes A-F:
50 °C at constant torque (CT) and 100 % permissible output current
40 °C at variable torque (VT) and 100 % permissible output current
− Frame Sizes FX and GX:
40 °C at 100 % permissible output current
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MICROMASTER 440
Operating Instructions (Compact)
Issue 10/06
Contents
Contents
1
1.1
1.2
Installation ............................................................................................................... 5
Clearance distances for mounting ............................................................................ 5
Mounting dimensions ................................................................................................ 5
2
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
Electrical Installation.............................................................................................. 6
Technical Specifications ........................................................................................... 6
Power Terminals ..................................................................................................... 13
Control terminals..................................................................................................... 21
Block diagram ......................................................................................................... 22
3
3.1
Factory setting ...................................................................................................... 23
50/60 Hz DIP switch................................................................................................ 23
4
Communications................................................................................................... 24
4.1
Establishing communications MICROMASTER 440 ⇔ STARTER........................ 24
4.2
4.3
Establishing communications MICROMASTER 440 ⇔ AOP................................. 24
Bus interface (CB)................................................................................................... 25
5
5.1
5.2
BOP / AOP (Option) .............................................................................................. 26
Buttons and their Functions .................................................................................... 26
Changing parameters using as an example P0004 "Parameter filter function"...... 27
6
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.4.1
6.4.2
6.4.3
6.4.4
6.4.5
6.4.6
6.4.7
6.4.8
6.4.9
6.4.10
6.4.11
6.4.12
6.4.13
6.4.14
6.4.15
6.4.16
Commissioning ..................................................................................................... 28
Quick commissioning .............................................................................................. 28
Motor data identification.......................................................................................... 32
Magnetizing current ................................................................................................ 32
Commissioning the application ............................................................................... 34
Serial Interface (USS) ............................................................................................. 34
Selection of command source ................................................................................ 34
Digital input (DIN).................................................................................................... 35
Digital outputs (DOUT) ........................................................................................... 36
Selection of frequency setpoint............................................................................... 37
Analog input (ADC) ................................................................................................. 38
Analog output (DAC)............................................................................................... 39
Motor potentiometer (MOP) .................................................................................... 40
Fixed frequency (FF)............................................................................................... 41
JOG......................................................................................................................... 42
Ramp function generator (RFG) ............................................................................. 43
Reference/limit frequencies .................................................................................... 44
Inverter protection ................................................................................................... 45
Motor protection ...................................................................................................... 45
Encoder................................................................................................................... 47
V/f control................................................................................................................ 48
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Operating Instructions (Compact)
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Contents
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6.4.17
6.4.17.1
6.4.17.2
6.4.18
6.4.18.1
6.4.18.2
6.4.18.3
6.4.18.4
6.4.18.5
6.4.18.6
6.4.18.7
6.4.18.8
6.4.18.9
6.4.18.10
6.4.18.11
6.4.19
6.4.20
6.5
6.6
Field-orientated control ........................................................................................... 50
Sensorless vector control (SLVC)........................................................................... 51
Vector control with encoder (VC)............................................................................ 53
Converter-specific Functions .................................................................................. 55
Flying start .............................................................................................................. 55
Automatic restart..................................................................................................... 55
Holding brake.......................................................................................................... 56
DC brake................................................................................................................. 58
Compound braking.................................................................................................. 59
Dynamic braking ..................................................................................................... 60
Vdc controller .......................................................................................................... 60
Load torque monitoring........................................................................................... 61
PID controller .......................................................................................................... 63
Positioning down ramp ........................................................................................... 66
Free function blocks (FFB) ..................................................................................... 67
Data sets................................................................................................................. 69
Diagnostic parameters............................................................................................ 72
Series commissioning ............................................................................................. 75
Parameter reset of factory setting........................................................................... 75
7
7.1
7.2
Displays and messages ....................................................................................... 76
LED status display .................................................................................................. 76
Fault messages and Alarm messages.................................................................... 77
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MICROMASTER 440
Operating Instructions (Compact)
Issue 10/06
1 Installation
1
Installation
1.1
Clearance distances for mounting
The inverters can be mounted adjacent to each other. When mounting inverters
one above the other, the specified environmental conditions must not be exceeded.
Independent of this, these minimum distances must be observed.
¾
¾
¾
¾
1.2
Frame Size A, B, C
Frame Size D, E
Frame Size F
Frame Size FX, GX
above and below 100 mm
above and below 300 mm
above and below 350 mm
above 250 mm
below 150 mm
in front 40 mm (FX), 50 mm (GX)
Mounting dimensions
Frame
Size
H
W
Fig. 1-1
Drilling Dimensions
Tightening Torque
H
mm (Inch)
W
mm (Inch)
Bolts
Nm
(lbf.in)
A
160 (6.30)
–
2 x M4
B
174 (6.85)
138 (5.43)
4 x M4
C
204 (8.03)
174 (6.85)
4 x M5
D
486 (19.13)
235 (9.25)
4 x M8
E
616,4
(24.27)
235 (9.25)
4 x M8
F
810 (31.89)
300 (11.81)
4 x M8
FX
1375,5
(54.14)
250 (9.84)
6 x M8
13,0
(115.02)
GX
1508,5
(59.38)
250 (9.84)
6 x M8
13,0
(115.02)
2,5
(22.12)
3,0
(26.54)
Mounting dimensions
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2 Electrical Installation
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2
Electrical Installation
2.1
Technical Specifications
Input voltage range
1 AC 200 V – 240 V, ± 10 %
(Unfiltered and with built in Class A Filter)
Order No
6SE6440-
2AB
2UC
112AA1
125AA1
137AA1
155AA1
175AA1
211BA1
215BA1
222BA1
230CA1
[kW]
[hp]
0,12
0,16
0,4
1,8
0,9
10
3803
*
1,0
18
0,25
0,33
0,7
3,2
1,7
10
3803
*
1,0
18
A
0,37
0,5
1,0
4,6
2,3
10
3803
*
1,0
18
0,55
0,75
1,3
6,2
3,0
16
3805
*
1,5
16
0,75
1,0
1,7
8,2
3,9
16
3805
*
1,5
16
1,1
1,5
2,4
11,0
5,5
20
3807
*
2,5
14
B
1,5
2,0
3,2
14,4
7,4
20
3807
*
2,5
14
2,2
3,0
4,6
20,2
10,4
32
3812
*
4,0
12
C
3,0
4,0
6,0
35,5
13,6
40
3817
*
6,0
10
2,5
14
1,0
18
2,5
14
1,3
2,9
1,3
2,9
2,5
14
1,0
18
2,5
14
1,3
2,9
1,3
2,9
2,5
14
1,0
18
2,5
14
1,3
2,9
1,3
2,9
2,5
14
1,0
18
2,5
14
1,3
2,9
1,3
2,9
6,0
10
1,0
18
6,0
10
3,4
7,5
3,3
7,3
Frame Size
Output Rating (CT)
Output Power
CT Input Current 1)
CT Output Current
Fuse
Recommended
for UL specified
[kVA]
[A]
3NA
2
[mm ]
[AWG]
Input Cable Min.
2
Input Cable Max.
Output Cable Min.
Output Cable Max.
Weight
(with built in filter)
Weight (unfiltered)
Tightening torques for
power terminals
1) Secondary conditions:
*
6
[mm ]
[AWG]
2
[mm ]
[AWG]
2
[mm ]
[AWG]
[kg]
[lbs]
[kg]
[lbs]
[Nm]
[lbf.in]
2,5
14
1,0
18
2,5
14
1,3
2,9
1,3
2,9
1,1
(10)
6,0
10
1,0
18
6,0
10
3,4
7,5
3,3
7,3
1,5
(13,3)
6,0
10
1,0
18
6,0
10
3,4
7,5
3,3
7,3
10,0
8
1,5
16
10,0
8
5,7
12,5
5,5
12,1
2,25
(20)
Input current at the rated operating point - applies for the short-circuit voltage of the line
supply Vk = 2 % referred to the rated drive converter power and a rated line supply voltage
of 240 V without line commutating reactor.
UL listed fuses such as Class NON from Bussmann are required for use in America
MICROMASTER 440
Operating Instructions (Compact)
Issue 10/06
2 Electrical Installation
Input voltage range
3 AC 200 V – 240 V. ± 10 %
(with built in Class A Filter)
Order No.
6SE6440-
2AC230CA1
Frame Size
Output Rating(CT)
Output Power
CT Input Current 1)
CT-Output Current
VT Input Current 1)
VT-Output Current
Fuse
Recommended
For UL specified
[kW]
[hp]
[kVA]
[A]
[A]
[A]
[A]
[A]
3NA
2
Input Cable, min.
Input Cable, max.
Output Cable, min.
Output Cable, max.
Weight
Tightening torques for
power terminals
1) Secondary conditions:
*
[mm ]
[AWG]
2
[mm ]
[AWG]
2
[mm ]
[AWG]
2
[mm ]
[AWG]
[kg]
[lbs]
[Nm]
[lbf.in]
3,0
4,0
6,0
15,6
13,6
25
3810
*
2,5
14
10,0
8
1,5
16
10,0
8
5,7
12,5
2AC240CA1
C
4,0
5,0
7,7
19,7
17,5
28,3
22,0
32
3812
*
4,0
12
10,0
8
4,0
12
10,0
8
5,7
12,5
2,25
(20)
2AC255CA1
5,5
7,5
9,6
26,5
22,0
34,2
28,0
35
3814
*
4,0
12
10,0
8
4,0
12
10,0
8
5,7
12,5
Input current at the rated operating point - applies for the short-circuit voltage of the line
supply Vk = 2 % referred to the rated drive converter power and a rated line supply voltage
of 240 V without line commutating reactor.
UL listed fuses such as Class NON from Bussmann are required for use in America
MICROMASTER 440
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2 Electrical Installation
Issue 10/06
Input voltage range
Order No.
3 AC 200 V – 240 V. ± 10 %
6SE6440-
2UC11
-2AA1
2UC13
-7AA1
2UC15
-5AA1
0,12
0,16
0,4
1,1
0,9
10
2UC12
-5AA1
A
0,25
0,33
0,7
1,9
1,7
10
Output Power
CT-Input Current 1)
CT-Output Current
Fuse
[kW]
[hp]
[kVA]
[A]
[A]
[A]
0,37
0,5
1,0
2,7
2,3
10
Recommended
3NA
3803
*
3803
*
1,0
18
2,5
14
1,0
18
2,5
14
1,3
2,9
1,0
18
2,5
14
1,0
18
2,5
14
1,3
2,9
1,1
(10)
Frame Size
Output Rating(CT)
For UL specified
2
[mm ]
[AWG]
2
[mm ]
[AWG]
2
[mm ]
[AWG]
2
[mm ]
[AWG]
[kg]
[lbs]
[Nm]
[lbf.in]
Input Cable, min.
Input Cable, max.
Output Cable, min.
Output Cable, max.
Weight
Tightening torques
for power terminals
Order No.
Frame Size
Output Rating(CT)
Output Power
CT-Input Current 1)
Recommended
For UL specified
[A]
[A]
[A]
[A]
17,5
28,3
22,0
32
22,0
34,2
28,0
35
3NA
3NE
3812
*
3814
*
2
Input Cable, min.
Input Cable, max.
Output Cable, min.
Output Cable, max
Weight
Tightening torques
for power terminals
1) Secondary conditions:
8
2UC21
-1BA1
2UC21
-5BA1
0,55
0,75
1,3
3,6
3,0
16
2UC17
-5AA1
B
0,75
1,0
1,7
4,7
3,9
16
2UC23
-0CA1
1,5
2,0
3,2
8,3
7,4
20
2UC22
-2BA1
C
2,2
3,0
4,6
11,7
10,4
25
1,1
1,5
2,4
6,4
5,5
20
3803
*
3805
*
3805
*
3807
*
3807
*
3810
*
3810
*
1,0
18
2,5
14
1,0
18
2,5
14
1,3
2,9
1,5
16
2,5
14
1,0
18
2,5
14
1,3
2,9
1,5
16
2,5
14
1,0
18
2,5
14
1,3
2,9
1,5
(13,3)
2,5
14
6,0
10
1,0
18
6,0
10
3,3
7,3
2,5
14
6,0
10
1,0
18
6,0
10
3,3
7,3
2,5
14
6,0
10
1,0
18
6,0
10
3,3
7,3
2,25
(20)
4,0
12
10,0
8
1,5
16
10,0
8
5,5
12,1
3,0
4,0
6,0
15,6
13,6
25
6SE6440- 2UC24- 2UC25- 2UC27- 2UC31- 2UC31- 2UC31- 2UC32- 2UC33- 2UC33- 2UC340CA1 5CA1 5DA1 1DA1 5DA1 8EA1 2EA1 0FA1 7FA1 5FA1
C
D
E
F
[kW]
4,0
5,5
7,5
11,0
15,0
18,5
22,0
30,0
37,0
45,0
[hp]
5,0
7,5
10,0
15,0
20,0
25,0
30,0
40,0
50,0
60,0
[kVA]
7,7
9,6
12,3
18,4
23,7
29,8
35,1
45,6
57,0
67,5
[A]
19,7
26,5
34,2
38,0
50,0
62,0
71,0
96,0
114,0 135,0
CT-Output Current
VT-Input Current 1)
VT-Output Current
Fuse
*
(Unfiltered)
[mm ]
[AWG]
2
[mm ]
[AWG]
2
[mm ]
[AWG]
2
[mm ]
[AWG]
[kg]
[lbs]
[Nm]
[lbf.in]
4,0
4,0
12
12
10,0
10,0
8
8
4,0
4,0
12
12
10,0
10,0
8
8
5,5
5,5
12,1
12,1
2,25
(20)
28,0
38,0
42,0
50
42,0
50,0
54,0
80
54,0
62,0
68,0
80
68,0
71,0
80,0
100
80,0
96,0
104,0
125
104,0
114,0
130,0
200
130,0
135,0
154,0
200
154,0
164,0
250
3820
3824
3824
3830
3832
3140
3142
3144
1817-0 1820-0 1820-0 1021-0 1022-0 1225-0 1225-0 1227-0
10,0
8
35,0
2
10,0
8
35,0
2
17,0
37,0
16,0
6
35,0
2
16,0
6
35,0
2
16,0
35,0
16,0
6
35,0
2
16,0
6
35,0
2
16,0
35,0
10
(89)
25,0
3
35,0
2
25,0
3
35,0
2
20,0
44,0
25,0
3
35,0
2
25,0
3
35,0
2
20,0
44,0
70,0
2/0
150,0
300
50,0
1/0
150,0
300
55,0
121,0
70,0
2/0
150,0
300
70,0
2/0
150,0
300
55,0
121,0
50
(445)
95,0
3/0
150,0
300
95,0
3/0
150,0
300
55,0
121,0
Input current at the rated operating point - applies for the short-circuit voltage of the line
supply Vk = 2 % referred to the rated drive converter power and a rated line supply voltage
of 240 V without line commutating reactor.
UL listed fuses such as Class NON from Bussmann are required for use in America
MICROMASTER 440
Operating Instructions (Compact)
Issue 10/06
2 Electrical Installation
Input voltage range
3 AC 380 V – 480 V. ± 10 %
(with built in Class A Filter)
Order No.
6SE6440-
2AD222BA1
[kW]
[hp]
[kVA]
[A]
[A]
[A]
[A]
[A]
3NA
2,2
3,0
4,5
7,5
5,9
–
–
16
3805
*
Frame Size
Output Rating(CT)
Output Power
CT-Input Current 1)
CT-Output Current
VT-Input Current 1)
VT-Output Current
Fuse
Recommended
For UL specified
3NE
2
Input Cable, min.
Input Cable, max.
Output Cable, min.
Output Cable, max.
Weight
Tightening torques for
power terminals
Order No.
2AD230BA1
B
3,0
4,0
5,9
10,0
7,7
–
–
16
3805
*
2AD240BA1
2AD255CA1
4,0
5,0
7,8
12,8
10,2
–
–
20
3807
*
5,5
7,5
10,1
15,6
13,2
17,3
20,2
20
3807
*
For UL specified
1,5
16
6,0
10
1,0
18
6,0
10
3,4
7,5
1,1
(10)
2,5
14
6,0
10
1,0
18
6,0
10
3,4
7,5
2,5
14
10,0
8
2,5
14
10,0
8
5,7
12,5
4,0
12
10,0
8
4,0
12
10,0
8
5,7
12,5
1,5
(13,3)
6,0
10
10,0
8
6,0
10
10,0
8
5,7
12,5
10,0
8
35,0
2
10,0
8
35,0
2
17,0
37,0
2,25
(20)
6SE6440-
2AD318DA1
2AD322DA1
2AD330EA1
2AD337EA1
2AD345FA1
2AD375FA1
[kW]
[hp]
[kVA]
[A]
[A]
[A]
[A]
[A]
3NA
18,5
25,0
29,0
37,0
38,0
43,0
45,0
63
3822
1818-0
22,0
30,0
34,3
43,0
45,0
59,0
62,0
80
3824
1820-0
30,0
40,0
47,3
59,0
62,0
72,0
75,0
100
3830
1021-0
37,0
50,0
57,2
72,0
75,0
87,0
90,0
125
3832
1022-0
45,0
60,0
68,6
87,0
90,0
104,0
110,0
160
3836
1224-0
2AD355FA1
F
55,0
75,0
83,8
104,0
110,0
139,0
145,0
200
3140
1225-0
10,0
8
35,0
2
10,0
8
35,0
2
17,0
37,0
16,0
6
35,0
2
16,0
6
35,0
2
17,0
37,0
25,0
3
35,0
2
25,0
3
35,0
2
22,0
48,0
25,0
3
35,0
2
25,0
3
35,0
2
22,0
48,0
35,0
2
150,0
300
50,0
1/0
150,0
300
75,0
165,0
70,0
2/0
150,0
300
70,0
2/0
150,0
300
75,0
165,0
50
(445)
95,0
3/0
150,0
300
95,0
3/0
150,0
300
75,0
165,0
3NE
2
Input Cable, min.
Input Cable, max.
Output Cable, min.
Output Cable, max.
Weight
Tightening torques for
power terminals
1) Secondary conditions:
*
11,0
15,0
19,8
23,1
26,0
33,8
39,0
35
3814
*
2AD315DA1
D
15,0
20,0
24,4
33,8
32,0
37,0
45,2
50
3820
1817-0
1,5
16
6,0
10
1,0
18
6,0
10
3,4
7,5
D
Output Power
CT-Input Current 1)
CT-Output Current
VT-Input Current 1)
VT-Output Current
Fuse
Recommended
2AD311CA1
[mm ]
[AWG]
2
[mm ]
[AWG]
2
[mm ]
[AWG]
2
[mm ]
[AWG]
[kg]
[lbs]
[Nm]
[lbf.in]
Frame Size
Output Rating(CT)
2AD275CA1
C
7,5
10,0
14,0
22,0
18,4
23,1
29,0
32
3812
*
[mm ]
[AWG]
2
[mm ]
[AWG]
2
[mm ]
[AWG]
2
[mm ]
[AWG]
[kg]
[lbs]
[Nm]
[lbf.in]
E
10
(89)
75,0
100,0
110,5
139,0
145,0
169,0
178,0
250
3144
1227-0
Input current at the rated operating point - applies for the short-circuit voltage of the line
supply Vk = 2 % referred to the rated drive converter power and a rated line supply voltage
of 400 V without line commutating reactor.
UL listed fuses such as Class NON from Bussmann are required for use in America
MICROMASTER 440
Operating Instructions (Compact)
9
2 Electrical Installation
Issue 10/06
Input voltage range
Order No.
Frame Size
Output Rating(CT)
Output Power
CT-Input Current 1)
CT-Output Current
VT-Input Current 1)
VT-Output Current
Fuse
Recommended
For UL specified
3 AC 380 V – 480 V. ± 10 %
6SE6440- 2UD13 2UD15 2UD17 2UD21 2UD21 2UD22 2UD23 2UD24 2UD25 2UD27
-7AA1 -5AA1 -5AA1 -1AA1 -5AA1 -2BA1 -0BA1 -0BA1 -5CA1 -5CA1
A
B
C
[kW]
0,37
0,55
0,75
1,1
1,5
2,2
3,0
4,0
5,5
7,5
[hp]
0,5
0,75
1,0
1,5
2,0
3,0
4,0
5,0
7,5
10,0
[kVA]
0,9
1,2
1,6
2,3
3,0
4,5
5,9
7,8
10,1
14,0
[A]
2,2
2,8
3,7
4,9
5,9
7,5
10,0
12,8
15,6
22,0
[A]
1,3
1,7
2,2
3,1
4,1
5,9
7,7
10,2
13,2
19,0
[A]
17,3
23,1
[A]
19,0
26,0
[A]
10
10
10
10
10
16
16
20
20
32
3NA
3803
3803
3803
3803
3803
3805
3805
3807
3807
3812
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
2
Input Cable, min.
Input Cable, max.
Output Cable, min.
Output Cable, max.
Weight
Tightening torques for
power terminals
(Unfiltered)
[mm ]
[AWG]
2
[mm ]
[AWG]
2
[mm ]
[AWG]
2
[mm ]
[AWG]
[kg]
[lbs]
[Nm]
[lbf.in]
1,0
18
2,5
14
1,0
18
2,5
14
1,3
2,9
1,0
18
2,5
14
1,0
18
2,5
14
1,3
2,9
1,0
18
2,5
14
1,0
18
2,5
14
1,3
2,9
1,1
(10)
1,0
18
2,5
14
1,0
18
2,5
14
1,3
2,9
1,0
18
2,5
14
1,0
18
2,5
14
1,3
2,9
1,5
16
6,0
10
1,0
18
6,0
10
3,3
7,3
1,5
16
6,0
10
1,0
18
6,0
10
3,3
7,3
1,5
(13,3)
2,5
14
6,0
10
1,0
18
6,0
10
3,3
7,3
2,5
14
10,0
8
2,5
14
10,0
8
5,5
12,1
4,0
12
10,0
8
4,0
12
10,0
8
5,5
12,1
2,25
(20)
Order No.
6SE6440- 2UD31 2UD31 2UD31 2UD32 2UD33 2UD33 2UD34 2UD35 2UD37
-1CA1 -5DA1 -8DA1 -2DA1 -0EA1 -7EA1 -5FA1 -5FA1 -5FA1
Frame Size
C
D
E
F
[kW]
11,0
15,0
18,5
22,0
30,0
37,0
45,0
55,0
75,0
Output Rating(CT)
[hp]
15,0
20,0
25,0
30,0
40,0
50,0
60,0
75,0
100,0
Output Power
[kVA]
19,8
24,4
29,0
34,3
47,3
57,2
68,6
83,8
110,5
CT-Input Current 1)
[A]
23,1
33,8
37,0
43,0
59,0
72,0
87,0
104,0
139,0
CT-Output Current
[A]
26,0
32,0
38,0
45,0
62,0
75,0
90,0
110,0
145,0
VT-Input Current 1)
[A]
33,8
37,0
43,0
59,0
72,0
87,0
104,0
139,0
169,0
VT-Output Current
[A]
32,0
38,0
45,0
62,0
75,0
90,0
110,0
145,0
178,0
Fuse
[A]
35
50
63
80
100
125
160
200
250
Recommended
3NA
3814
3820
3822
3824
3830
3832
3836
3140
3144
For UL specified
3NE
*
1817-0 1818-0 1820-0 1021-0 1022-0 1224-0 1225-0 1227-0
2
[mm ]
6,0
10,0
10,0
16,0
25,0
25,0
35,0
70,0
95,0
Input Cable, min.
[AWG]
10
8
8
6
3
3
2
2/0
3/0
2
[mm ]
10,0
35,0
35,0
35,0
35,0
35,0
150,0
150,0
150,0
Input Cable, max.
[AWG]
8
2
2
2
2
2
300
300
300
2
[mm ]
6,0
10,0
10,0
16,0
25,0
25,0
35,0
70,0
95,0
Output Cable, min.
[AWG]
10
8
8
6
3
3
2
2/0
3/0
2
[mm ]
10,0
35,0
35,0
35,0
35,0
35,0
150,0
150,0
150,0
Output Cable, max.
[AWG]
8
2
2
2
2
2
300
300
300
[kg]
5,5
16,0
16,0
16,0
20,0
20,0
56,0
56,0
56,0
Weight
[lbs]
12,1
35,0
35,0
35,0
44,0
44,0
123,0
123,0
123,0
2,25
10
50
Tightening torques for [Nm]
[lbf.in]
power terminals
(20)
(89)
(445)
1) Secondary conditions:
*
10
Input current at the rated operating point - applies for the short-circuit voltage of the line
supply Vk = 2 % referred to the rated drive converter power and a rated line supply voltage
of 400 V without line commutating reactor.
UL listed fuses such as Class NON from Bussmann are required for use in America
MICROMASTER 440
Operating Instructions (Compact)
Issue 10/06
2 Electrical Installation
Input voltage range
Order No.
Frame Size
Output Rating(CT)
Output Power
CT-Input Current 1)
CT-Output Current
VT-Input Current 1)
VT-Output Current
Recommended Fuse
Pipe cable shoe to
DIN 46235
3 AC 380 V – 480 V, ± 10 %
6SE6440- 2UD38-8FA1 2UD41-1FA1 2UD41-3GA1 2UD41-6GA1 2UD42-0GA1
FX
GX
[kW]
90
110
132
160
200
[hp]
125
150
200
250
300
[kVA]
145,4
180
214,8
263,2
339,4
[A]
169
200
245
297
354
[A]
178
205
250
302
370
[A]
200
245
297
354
442
[A]
205
250
302
370
477
[A]
250
315
400
450
560
3NE
1227-0
1230-0
1332-0
1333-0
1435-0
10
10
10
10
10
[mm ]
1 x 95 or
2 x 35
1 x 150 or
2 x 50
1 x 185 or
2 x 70
1 x 240 or
2 x 70
2 x 95
[AWG]
or
[kcmil]
1 x 4/0 or
2x2
1 x 300 or
2 x 1/0
1 x 400 or
2 x 2/0
1 x 500 or
2 x 2/0
2 x 4/0
[mm ]
1 x 185 or
2 x 120
1 x 185 or
2 x 120
2 x 240
2 x 240
2 x 240
[AWG]
or
[kcmil]
1 x 350 or
2 x 4/0
1 x 350 or
2 x 4/0
2 x 400
2 x 400
2 x 400
[mm ]
1 x 95 or
2 x 35
1 x 150 or
2 x 50
1 x 185 or
2 x 70
1 x 240 or
2 x 70
2 x 95
[AWG]
or
[kcmil]
1 x 4/0 or
2x2
1 x 300 or
2 x 1/0
1 x 400 or
2 x 2/0
1 x 500 or
2 x 2/0
2 x 4/0
1 x 185 or
2 x 120
1 x 185 or
2 x 120
2 x 240
2 x 240
2 x 240
1 x 350 or
2 x 4/0
1 x 350 or
2 x 4/0
2 x 400
2 x 400
2 x 400
110
242
110
242
170
418
25
(222,5)
170
418
170
418
[mm]
2
Input Cable, min.
2
Input Cable, max.
2
Output Cable, min.
2
[mm ]
Output Cable, max.
Weight
Tightening torques for
power terminals
1) Secondary conditions:
(Unfiltered)
[AWG]
or
[kcmil]
[kg]
[lbs]
[Nm]
[lbf.in]
Input current at the rated operating point - applies for the short-circuit voltage of the line
supply Vk ≥ 2.33 % referred to the rated drive converter power and a rated line supply
voltage of 400 V without line commutating reactor.
MICROMASTER 440
Operating Instructions (Compact)
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2 Electrical Installation
Issue 10/06
Input voltage range
Order No.
3 AC 500 V – 600 V, ± 10 %
6SE6440-
2UE175CA1
2UE215CA1
2UE222CA1
2UE240CA1
C
4,0
5,0
5,8
8,1
6,1
9,4
9,0
16
2UE255CA1
2UE275CA1
2UE311CA1
[kW]
[hp]
[kVA]
[A]
[A]
[A]
[A]
[A]
3NA
0,75
1,0
1,3
2,0
1,4
3,2
2,7
10
1,5
2,0
2,6
3,7
2,7
4,4
3,9
10
2,2
3,0
3,7
5,3
3,9
6,9
6,1
10
5,5
7,5
8,6
11,1
9,0
12,6
11,0
16
7,5
10,0
10,5
14,4
11,0
18,1
17,0
25
11,0
15,0
16,2
21,5
17,0
24,9
22,0
32
3803-6
*
1,0
18
10,0
8
1,0
18
10,0
8
5,5
12,1
3803-6
*
1,0
18
10,0
8
1,0
18
10,0
8
5,5
12,1
3803-6
*
1,0
18
10,0
8
1,0
18
10,0
8
5,5
12,1
3805-6
*
1,5
16
10,0
8
1,0
18
10,0
8
5,5
12,1
2,25
(20)
3805-6
*
1,5
16
10,0
8
1,0
18
10,0
8
5,5
12,1
3810-6
*
2,5
14
10,0
8
2,5
14
10,0
8
5,5
12,1
3812-6
*
4,0
12
10,0
8
4,0
12
10,0
8
5,5
12,1
6SE6440-
2UE318DA1
2UE322DA1
2UE330EA1
2UE337EA1
2UE345FA1
2UE375FA1
18,5
25,0
25,7
30,0
27,0
35,0
32,0
50
22,0
30,0
30,5
35,0
32,0
48,0
41,0
63
30,0
40,0
39,1
48,0
41,0
58,0
52,0
80
37,0
50,0
49,5
58,0
52,0
69,0
62,0
80
45,0
60,0
59,1
69,0
62,0
83,0
77,0
125
2UE355FA1
F
55,0
75,0
73,4
83,0
77,0
113,0
99,0
160
[kW]
[hp]
[kVA]
[A]
[A]
[A]
[A]
[A]
3NA
3820-6
1817-0
10,0
8
35,0
2
6,0
10
35,0
2
16,0
35,0
3822-6
1818-0
10,0
8
35,0
2
10,0
8
35,0
2
16,0
35,0
3824-6
1820-0
16,0
6
35,0
2
16,0
6
35,0
2
20,0
44,0
3824-6
1820-0
25,0
3
35,0
2
16,0
6
35,0
2
20,0
44,0
3132-6
1022-0
25,0
3
150,0
300
25,0
3
150,0
300
56,0
123,0
3136-6
1224-0
50,0
1/0
150,0
300
35,0
2
150,0
300
56,0
123,0
50
(445)
3136-6
1224-0
50,0
1/0
150,0
300
50,0
1/0
150,0
300
56,0
123,0
Frame Size
Output Rating(CT)
Output Power
CT-Input Current 1)
CT-Output Current
VT-Input Current 1)
VT-Output Current
Fuse
Recommended
For UL specified
3NE
2
Input Cable, min.
Input Cable, max.
Output Cable, min.
Output Cable, max.
Weight
Tightening torques for
power terminals
Order No.
[mm ]
[AWG]
2
[mm ]
[AWG]
2
[mm ]
[AWG]
2
[mm ]
[AWG]
[kg]
[lbs]
[Nm]
[lbf.in]
D
Frame Size
Output Rating(CT)
Output Power
CT-Input Current 1)
CT-Output Current
VT-Input Current 1)
VT-Output Current
Fuse
Recommended
For UL specified
3NE
2
Input Cable, min.
Input Cable, max.
Output Cable, min.
Output Cable, max.
Weight
Tightening torques for
power terminals
1) Secondary conditions:
*
12
[mm ]
[AWG]
2
[mm ]
[AWG]
2
[mm ]
[AWG]
2
[mm ]
[AWG]
[kg]
[lbs]
[Nm]
[lbf.in]
(Unfiltered)
E
10
(89)
2UE315DA1
D
15,0
20,0
21,0
24,9
22,0
30,0
27,0
35
3814-6
1803-0
6,0
10
35,0
2
4,0
12
35,0
2
16,0
35,0
10
(89)
75,0
100,0
94,3
113,0
99,0
138,0
125,0
160
Input current at the rated operating point - applies for the short-circuit voltage of the line
supply Vk = 2 % referred to the rated drive converter power and a rated line supply voltage
of 500 V without line commutating reactor.
UL listed fuses such as Class NON from Bussmann are required for use in America
MICROMASTER 440
Operating Instructions (Compact)
Issue 10/06
2.2
2 Electrical Installation
Power Terminals
You can gain access to the mains and motor terminals by removing the front
covers.
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
Frame Size A (Fig. 2-1)
Frame Sizes B and C (Fig. 2-2)
Frame sizes D and E (Fig. 2-3)
Frame Size F (Fig. 2-4)
Frame Sizes FX and GX (Fig. 2-5)
Connection terminals for Frame Sizes A - F (Fig. 2-6)
Connection overview for Frame Size FX (Fig. 2-7)
Connection overview for Frame Size GX (Fig. 2-8)
Frame Size A
1
2
3
4
Fig. 2-1
Removing front covers (Frame Size A)
MICROMASTER 440
Operating Instructions (Compact)
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2 Electrical Installation
Issue 10/06
Frame Sizes B and C
"
!
#
Fig. 2-2
14
$
Removing front covers (Frame Sizes B and C)
MICROMASTER 440
Operating Instructions (Compact)
Issue 10/06
2 Electrical Installation
Frame Sizes D and E
1
2
3
Fig. 2-3
Removing front covers (Frame Sizes D and E)
MICROMASTER 440
Operating Instructions (Compact)
15
2 Electrical Installation
Issue 10/06
Frame Size F
1
2
19 mm AF
3
Fig. 2-4
16
Removing front covers (Frame Size F)
MICROMASTER 440
Operating Instructions (Compact)
Issue 10/06
2 Electrical Installation
Frame Sizes FX and GX
1
2
4
3
Fig. 2-5
Removing front covers (Frame Sizes FX and GX)
MICROMASTER 440
Operating Instructions (Compact)
17
2 Electrical Installation
Issue 10/06
Access to the power supply and motor terminals is possible by removing the front
covers.
Fig. 2-6
18
Connection terminals for Frame Sizes A - F
MICROMASTER 440
Operating Instructions (Compact)
Issue 10/06
2 Electrical Installation
Hoisting eyes
Shield connection
Mains cable PE
Cable opening for
mains conection
U1/L1, V1/L2, W1/L3
Cable opening DCPA, DCNA
for connection of an
external braking unit
Mains cable
Phase U1/L1, V1/L2, W1/L3
Connection to
Y-Capacitor
Connection DCPA, DCNA
for external braking unit
Top adjustment rail
Top retaining screw
Connection for dv/dt filter
DCPS, DCNS
Status Display Panel
Elektronic box
Bottom adjustment rail
Bottom retaining screw
Fan screws
Fan
Shield connection
control leads
Fan fuses
Transformer adaption
Motor cable
Phase U2, V2, W2
Motor cable
PE Shield connection
Fig. 2-7
Connection overview for Frame Size FX
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Operating Instructions (Compact)
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2 Electrical Installation
Issue 10/06
Hoisting eyes
Shield connection
Mains cable PE
Cable opening for
mains conection
U1/L1, V1/L2, W1/L3
Cable opening DCPA, DCNA
for connection of an
external braking unit
Mains cable
Phase U1/L1, V1/L2, W1/L3
Connection to
Y-Capacitor
Connection DCPA, DCNA
for external braking unit
Top adjustment rail
Top retaining screw
Connection for dv/dt filter
DCPS, DCNS
Status Display Panel
Elektronic box
Bottom adjustment rail
Bottom retaining screw
Fan screws
Fan
Shield connection
control leads
Fan fuses
Transformer adaption
Motor cable
Phase U2, V2, W2
Motor cable
PE Shield connection
Fig. 2-8
20
Connection overview for Frame Size GX
MICROMASTER 440
Operating Instructions (Compact)
Issue 10/06
2.3
2 Electrical Installation
Control terminals
Terminal
Designation
Function
1
–
Output +10 V
2
–
Output 0 V
3
ADC1+
Analog input 1 (+)
4
ADC1–
Analog input 1 (–)
5
DIN1
Digital input 1
6
DIN2
Digital input 2
7
DIN3
Digital input 3
8
DIN4
Digital input 4
9
–
Isolated output +24 V / max. 100 mA
10
ADC2+
Analog input 2 (+)
11
ADC2–
Analog input 2 (–)
12
DAC1+
Analog output 1 (+)
13
DAC1–
Analog output 1 (–)
14
PTCA
Connection for PTC / KTY84
15
PTCB
Connection for PTC / KTY84
16
DIN5
Digital input 5
17
DIN6
Digital input 6
18
DOUT1/NC
Digital output 1 / NC contact
19
DOUT1/NO
Digital output 1 / NO contact
20
DOUT1/COM
Digital output 1 / Changeover contact
21
DOUT2/NO
Digital output 2 / NO contact
22
DOUT2/COM
Digital output 2 / Changeover contact
23
DOUT3/NC
Digital output 3 / NC contact
24
DOUT3/NO
Digital output 3 / NO contact
25
DOUT3/COM
Digital output 3 / Changeover contact
26
DAC2+
Analog output 2 (+)
27
DAC2–
Analog output 2 (–)
28
–
Isolated output 0 V / max. 100 mA
29
P+
RS485 port
30
N–
RS485 port
Fig. 2-9
Control terminals of MICROMASTER 440
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2 Electrical Installation
2.4
Issue 10/06
Block diagram
PE
1/3 AC 200 - 240 V
3 AC 380 - 480 V
3 AC 500 - 600 V
L/L1, N/L2
or
L/L1, N/L2,L3
or
L1, L2, L3
PE
+10 V
1
0V
2
ADC1+
3
ADC1-
BOP link
A/D
4
RS232
ADC2+
10
ADC2-
A/D
150.00
Hz
I
11
0
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
~
Opto Isolation
DIN2
DIN2
DIN3
DIN3
DIN4
DIN4
DIN5
DIN5
P
BOP/AOP
DIN1
DIN1
Fn
Jog
=
Frame sizes
A to F
B+/DC+
R
16
16
B-
DIN6
DIN6
17
17
9
or
NPN
28
28
PTCA
Motor
PTC
KTY84
DC-
Output +24 V
max. 100 mA
(isolated)
Output 0 V
max. 100 mA
(isolated)
PNP
A/D
14
PTCB
DCNA
Frame sizes
FX and GX
DCPA
CPU
15
DCNS
DAC1+
0 - 20 mA
max. 500 Ω
12
DAC1-
DCPS
D/A
13
=
DAC2+
0 - 20 mA
max. 500 Ω
26
DAC2-
External braking
module connection
External 24 V
Connection for
dv/dt filter
≥ 4.7 kΩ
+
_ 24 V
SI
3~
D/A
27
COM
20
Relay1
19
Not
used
NO
50 Hz
1
2
DIP switch
(on Control Board)
NC
18
30 V DC / 5 A (resistive)
250 V AC / 2 A (inductive)
COM
Relay2
22
NO
0 - 20 mA
current
0 - 10 V
voltage
21
COM
25
Relay3
24
60 Hz
ADC ADC
1
2
DIP switch
(on I/O Board)
1
2
NO
NC
23
P+
29
N-
RS485
COM link
30
CB
Option
Fig. 2-10
22
PE
U,V,W
automatic
M
Block diagram
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Operating Instructions (Compact)
Issue 10/06
3
3 Factory setting
Factory setting
The MICROMASTER 440 frequency inverter is set in the factory so that it can be
operated without any additional parameterization. To do this, the motor parameters
set in the factory (P0304, P0305, P0307, P0310), that correspond to a 4-pole 1LA7
Siemens motor, must match the rated data of the connected motor (refer to the
rating plate).
Further factory setting:
¾ Command sources P0700 = 2 (Digital input, see Fig. 3-1)
¾ Setpoint source
P1000 = 2 (Analog input, see Fig. 3-1)
¾ Motor cooling
P0335 = 0
¾ Motor current limit
P0640 = 150 %
¾ Min. frequency
Analog output
P1080 = 0 Hz
¾ Max. frequency
P1082 = 50 Hz
¾ Ramp-up time
P1120 = 10 s
¾ Ramp-down time
P1121 = 10 s
¾ Control mode
P1300 = 0
Fig. 3-1
3.1
Input/Output
Terminals
Digital input 1
Digital input 2
Digital input 3
Digital input 4
Digital input 5
Digital input 6
Digital input 7
Digital input 8
5
6
7
8
16
17
Via ADC1
Via ADC2
Parameter
Pre-assignment of the inputs
Function
P0701 = 1
P0702 = 12
P0703 = 9
ON / OFF1
Reversing
Fault acknowledge
P0704 = 15
P0705 = 15
P0706 = 15
P0707 = 0
P0708 = 0
Fault acknowledge
Fixed setpoint (direct)
Fixed setpoint (direct)
Fixed setpoint (direct)
Digital input disabled
(I/O)
( )
(Ack)
50/60 Hz DIP switch
Remove I/O board
The default motor base frequency
of the MICROMASTER inverter is
50 Hz. For motors, which are
designed for a base frequency of
60 Hz, the inverters can be set to
this frequency using the DIP50/60
switch.
¾ OFF position:
European defaults (Rated
motor frequency = 50 Hz,
Power in kW etc.)
¾ ON position:
North American defaults
(Rated motor frequency = 60 Hz, Power in hp etc.)
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DIP50/60
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4
Communications
4.1
Establishing communications
MICROMASTER 440 ⇔ STARTER
The following optional components are additionally required in order to establish
communications between STARTER and MICROMASTER 440:
¾ PC <-> frequency inverter connecting set
¾ BOP if the USS standard values (refer to Section 6.4.1 "Serial Interface (USS)")
are changed in the MICROMASTER 440 frequency inverter
PC <-> frequency inverter connecting set
MICROMASTER 440
USS settings, refer to 6.4.1 "Serial
Interface (USS)"
STARTER
Menu, Options --> Set PG/PC interface
--> Select "PC COM-Port (USS)" -->
Properties --> Interface "COM1", select
a baud rate
NOTE
The USS parameter settings in the
MICROMASTER 440 frequency inverter
and the settings in STARTER must
match!
4.2
Establishing communications
MICROMASTER 440 ⇔ AOP
¾ Communications between AOP and MM440 are based on the USS protocol,
analog to STARTER and MM440.
¾ Contrary to the BOP, the appropriate communication parameters - both for the
MM440 as well as for AOP - should be set if the automatic interface detection
was not carried-out (refer to Table 4-1).
¾ Using the optional components, the AOP can be connected to the
communication interfaces (refer to Table 4-1).
Table 4-1
MM440 parameters
- baud rate
- bus address
AOP parameters
- baud rate
- bus address
Options
- direct connection
- indirect connection
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AOP at the BOP link
AOP at the COM link
P2010[1]
–
P2010[0]
P2011
P8553
–
P8553
P8552
No option necessary
BOP/AOP door mounting kit
(6SE6400-0PM00-0AA0)
Not possible
AOP door mounting kit
(6SE6400-0MD00-0AA0)
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Operating Instructions (Compact)
Issue 10/06
4 Communications
AOP as control unit
Parameter / Terminal
Command source
/
Frequency setpoint
(MOP)
AOP on BOP link
AOP on COM link
P0700
4
5
P1000
P1035
P1036
2032.13 (2032.D)
2032.14 (2032.E)
1
2036.13 (2036.D)
2036.14 (2036.E)
Output frequency of the MOP higher
Output frequency of the MOP lower
Acknowledge fault
P2104
2032.7
2036.7
• A fault can be acknowledged via the AOP independently of P0700 or P1000.
4.3
Bus interface (CB)
Bus interface (CB)
DeviceNet
CANopen
PROFIBUS
P0918
P0918
P0918 *)
Baud rate is
automatically specified
by the master
P2040
P2040
P2040
P2041
P2041
P2041
P2051
P2051
P2051
*) DIP switch for addressing the hardware must be observed
P2041[0]
P2041[1]
DeviceNet
CANopen
PZD length
Status/actual value
PZD length
control/setpoint
Data transfer type
from T_PD0_1, T_PD0_5
Data transfer type T_PD0_6
R_PD0_1
R_PD0_5
R_PD0_6
Mapping CANopen <--> MM4
P2041[2]
Baud rate
P2041[3]
P2041[4]
Diagnostics
_
MICROMASTER 440
Operating Instructions (Compact)
0: 125 kbaud
1: 250 kbaud
2: 500 kbaud
Mapping CANopen <--> MM4
- response to communication errors
- baud rate
PROFIBUS
Setting is not
required (only in
special cases).
Refer to the
Operating
Instructions
"PROFIBUS
option module"
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BOP / AOP (Option)
Buttons and their Functions
Panel/
Button
Function
Effects
Indicates
Status
The LCD displays the settings currently used by the converter.
Start
converter
Pressing the button starts the converter. This button is disabled by default.
Activate the button:
BOP: P0700 = 1 or P0719 = 10 ... 16
AOP: P0700 = 4 or P0719 = 40 ... 46
on BOP link
P0700 = 5 or P0719 = 50 ... 56
on COM link
OFF1
Pressing the button causes the motor to come to a standstill at the
selected ramp down rate.
Activate the button: see button "Start converter"
Pressing the button twice (or once long) causes the motor to coast
to a standstill.
BOP: This function is always enabled
(independent of P0700 or P0719).
Stop
converter
OFF2
Change
direction
Press this button to change the direction of rotation of the motor. Reverse is
indicated by a minus (-) sign or a flashing decimal point. Disabled by default.
Activate the button: see button "Start converter".
Jog motor
In the "Ready to power-on" state, when this key is pressed, the motor starts
and rotates with the pre-set jog frequency. The motor stops when the button
is released. Pressing this button when the motor is running has no effect.
Functions
This button can be used to view additional information.
It works by pressing and holding the button. It shows the following, starting
from any parameter during operation:
1. DC link voltage (indicated by d – units V).
2. output current. (A)
3. output frequency (Hz)
4. output voltage (indicated by o – units V).
5. The value selected in P0005 (If P0005 is set to show any of the above
(1 - 4) then this will not be shown again).
Additional presses will toggle around the above displays.
Jump Function
From any parameter (rxxxx or Pxxxx) a short press of the Fn button will
immediately jump to r0000, you can then change another parameter, if
required. Upon returning to r0000, pressing the Fn button will return you to
your starting point.
Acknowledgement
If alarm and fault messages are present, then these can be acknowledged by
pressing key Fn.
Access
parameters
+
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Pressing this button allows access to the parameters.
Increase
value
Pressing this button increases the displayed value.
Decrease
value
Pressing this button decreases the displayed value.
AOP menu
Calls the AOP menu prompting (this is only available for AOP).
MICROMASTER 440
Operating Instructions (Compact)
Issue 10/06
5.2
5 BOP / AOP (Option)
Changing parameters using as an example P0004
"Parameter filter function"
Step
Result on the display
1
Press
in order to access the parameter
2
Press
until P0004 is displayed
3
Press
in order to reach the parameter value level
4
Press
or
5
Press
to acknowledge the value and to save the value
6
The user can only see the command parameters.
in order to obtain the required value
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6
Commissioning
6.1
Quick commissioning
The frequency inverter is adapted to the motor using the quick commissioning
function and important technological parameters are set. The quick commissioning
shouldn't be carried-out if the rated motor data saved in the frequency inverter
(4-pole 1LA Siemens motor, star circuit configuration frequency inverter (FU)specific) match the rating plate data.
Parameters, designated with a * offer more setting possibilities than are actually
listed here. Refer to the parameter list for additional setting possibilities.
START
Factory setting
P0003 = 3
User access level *
1 Standard: Allows access into most frequently used parameters
2 Extended: Allows extended access e.g. to inverter I/O functions
3 Expert (For expert use only)
1
P0004 = 0
Parameter filter *
0 All parameters
2 Inverter
3 Motor
4 Speed sensor
0
P0010 = 1
Commissioning parameter *
0 Ready
1 Quick commissioning
30 Factory setting
0
NOTE
P0010 should be set to 1 in order to parameterize the data of the motor rating
plate.
P0100 = 0
P0100 = 1, 2
P0100 =...
0
Europe/ North America
(enters the line supply frequency)
0 Europe [kW], frequency default 50 Hz
1 North America [hp], frequency default 60 Hz
2 North America [kW], frequency default 60 Hz
NOTE
For P0100 = 0 or 1, the setting of switch DIP50/60 determines the value of
P0100.
OFF =
ON =
kW, 50 Hz
hp, 60 Hz
0
P0205 =...
P0205 =... Inverter application (enters the required torque)
0 Constant torque (e.g. compressors, processing machines)
1 Variable torque (e.g. pumps, fans)
NOTE
This parameter is only effective for drive inverters ≥ 5.5 kW / 400 V
P0300 =...
1
P0300 =... Select motor type
1 Asynchronous motor (induction motor)
2 Synchronous motor
NOTE
For P0300 = 2 (synchronous motor), only the V/f control types (P1300 < 20) are
permitted.
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FU-spec.
P0304 =... P0304 =... Rated motor voltage
(Nominal motor voltage [V]
from rating plate)
The rated motor voltage on the rating
plate must be checked, regarding the
star/delta circuit configuration to
ensure that it matches with the circuit
connection configured at the motor
terminal board
P0305 =... P0305 =... Rated motor current
(Nominal motor current [A]
from rating plate)
P0310 P0304
FU-spec.
FU-spec.
P0307 P0305
P0307 =... P0307 =... Rated motor power
P0308 P0311
(Nominal motor power [kW/hp]
Example
of a typical motor rating plate
from rating plate)
(data
for
a
delta circuit configuration).
If P0100 = 0 or 2, value will be in kW.
If P0100 = 1, value will be in in hp.
P0308 =...
P0308 =... Rated motor cosPhi
(Nominal motor power factor (cos ϕ) from rating plate)
If the setting is 0, the value is automatically calculated
P0100 = 1,2: P0308 no significance, no entry required.
P0309 =... P0309 =... Rated motor efficiency
(Nominal motor efficiency in [%] from rating plate)
Setting 0 causes internal calculation of value.
P0100 = 0: P0309 no significance, no entry required.
FU-spec.
FU-spec.
50.00 Hz
P0310 =...
Rated motor frequency
(Nominal motor frequency in [Hz] from rating plate)
Pole pair number recalculated automatically if parameter is changed.
P0311 =...
FU-spec.
Rated motor speed
(Nominal motor speed in [rpm] from rating plate)
Setting 0 causes internal calculation of value.
NOTE
An entry must be made for closed-loop Vector control, V/f control with FCC and
for slip compensation.
P0320 = ...
0.0
Motor magnetizing current
(this is entered as a % referred to P0305)
Motor magnetizing current as a % relative to P0305 (rated motor current).
With P0320 = 0, the motor magnetizing current is calculated using P0340 = 1 or
using P3900 = 1 - 3 (end of the quick commissioning) – and is displayed in
parameter r0331.
P0335 =...
Motor cooling
(Selects motor cooling system used)
0 Self-cooled: Using shaft mounted fan attached to motor
1 Force-cooled: Using separately powered cooling fan
2 Self-cooled and internal fan
3 Force-cooled and internal fan
P0640 =...
150 %
Motor overload factor
(Motor overload factor in [%] relative to P0305)
This defines the limit of the maximum output current as a % of the rated motor
current (P0305). This parameter is set, using P0205 for constant torque, to
150 %, and for variable torque, to 110 %.
P0700 =...
Selection of command source
(enters the command source)
0 Factory default setting
1 BOP (keypad)
2 Terminal
4 USS on BOP link
5 USS on COM link (control terminals 29 and 30)
6 CB on COM link (CB = communications module)
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2
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BOP
Terminals
USS
BOP link
P0700 = 2
Sequence control
USS
COM link
CB
COM link
Motor
control
Selection of frequency setpoint *
(enters the frequency setpoint source)
1 MOP setpoint
2 Analog setpoint
3 Fixed frequency
4 USS on BOP link
5 USS on COM link (control terminals 29 and 30)
6 CB on COM link (CB = communications module)
7 Analog setpoint 2
10 No main setpoint + MOP setpoint
11 MOP setpoint
+ MOP setpoint
12 Analog setpoint + MOP setpoint
2
...
P1000 =...
Setpoint
channel
76
77
30
CB on COM link + Analog setpoint 2
Analog setpoint 2 + Analog setpoint 2
P1080 =...
0.00 Hz
Min. frequency
(enters the minimum motor frequency in Hz)
Sets minimum motor frequency at which motor will run irrespective of frequency
setpoint. The value set here is valid for both clockwise and anticlockwise rotation.
P1082 =...
50.00 Hz
Max. frequency
(enters the maximum motor frequency in Hz)
Sets maximum motor frequency at which motor will run irrespective of the
frequency setpoint. The value set here is valid for both clockwise and
anticlockwise rotation.
P1120 =...
10.00 s
Ramp-up time
(enters the ramp-up time in s)
Time taken for motor to accelerate from standstill up to maximum motor
frequency (P1082) when no rounding is used. If a ramp-up time is parameterized
which is too low, then this can result in alarm A0501 (current limit value) or the
drive inverter being shutdown with fault F0001 (overcurrent).
P1121 =...
10.00 s
Ramp-down time
(enters the deceleration time in s)
Time taken for motor to decelerate from maximum motor frequency (P1082) down
to standstill when no rounding is used. If the ramp-down time is parameterized too
low, then this can result in alarms A0501 (current limit value), A0502 (overvoltage
limit value) or the drive inverter being powered-down with fault F0001
(overcurrent) or F0002 (overvoltage).
P1135 =...
5.00 s
OFF3 ramp-down time
(enters the fast stop ramp-down time in s)
Enters the time, for example, with which the motor should be braked from the
maximum frequency P1082 down to standstill for an OFF3 command (fast stop).
If the ramp-down time is parameterized too low, then this can result in alarms
A0501 (current limit value), A0502 (overvoltage limit value) or the drive inverter
being shutdown with fault F0001 (overcurrent) or F0002 (overvoltage).
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Operating Instructions (Compact)
Issue 10/06
6 Commissioning
P1300 =...
Control mode
(enters the required control mode)
0 V/f with linear characteristic
1 V/f with FCC
2 V/f with parabolic characteristic
3 V/f with programmable characteristic
5 V/f for textile applications
6 V/f with FCC for textile applications
19 V/f control with independent voltage setpoint
20 Sensorless Vector control
21 Vector control with sensor
22 Sensorless Vector torque-control
23 Vector torque-control with sensor
0
P1500 =...
Selection of torque setpoint *
(enters the source for the torque setpoint)
0 No main setpoint
2 Analog setpoint
4 USS on BOP link
5 USS on COM link (control terminals 29 and 30)
6 CB on COM link (CB = communications module)
7 Analog setpoint 2
0
P1910 = ...
Select motor data identification *
0 Disabled
0
P1960 = ...
0
Speed controller optimization *
0 Inhibited
In order to optimize the speed controller, the closed-loop vector control (P1300 =
20 or 21) must be activated. After the optimization has been selected
(P1960 = 1), Alarm A0542 is displayed.
P3900 = 1
0
End of quick commissioning
(start of the motor calculation)
0 No quick commissioning (no motor calculations)
1 Motor calculation and reset of all of the other parameters, which are not
included in the quick commissioning (attribute "QC" = no), to the factory
setting
2 Motor calculation and reset of the I/O settings to the factory setting
3 Only motor calculation. The other parameters are not reset.
NOTE
For P3900 = 1,2,3 → P0340 is internally set to 1 and the appropriate data
calculated.
END
End of the quick commissioning/drive setting
If additional functions must be implemented at the drive inverter, please use the
Section "Commissioning the application" (refer to Section 6.4). We recommend
this procedure for drives with a high dynamic response.
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Operating Instructions (Compact)
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6.2
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Motor data identification
START
Factory setting
P0625 = ?
| Motor temp. - P0625|
≤ 5 °C ?
yes
no
Ambient motor temperature (entered in °C)
20 °C
The motor ambient temperature is entered at the instant that motor data is
being determined (factory setting: 20 °C).
The difference between the motor temperature and the motor ambient
temperature P0625 must lie in the tolerance range of approx. ± 5 °C. If this is
not the case, then the motor data identification routine can only be carried-out
after the motor has cooled down.
Allow the motor
to cool down
P1910 = 1
A0541
ON
OFF1
P1910 = 3
A0541
ON
OFF1
Select motor data identification with P1910 = 1
0
p1910 = 1: Identifies the motor parameter with parameter change.
These are accepted and applied to the controller.
When p1910 = 1 is selected, Alarm A0541 (motor data identification active)
is output, and internally p0340 is set to 3.
Starts the motor data identification run with p1910 = 1
The measuring operation is initiated with the continuous (steady-state) ON
command. The motor aligns itself and current flows through it. Diagnostics is
possible using r0069 (CO: Phase current).
After the motor data identification routine has been completed, p1910 is reset
(p1910 = 0, motor data identification routine inhibited) and Alarm A0541 is
cleared (deleted).
In order to set the frequency converter into a defined state, an OFF1 command
must be issued before the next step.
0
Select motor data identification with P1910 = 3
p1910 = 3: Identifies the saturation characteristic with parameter change.
When p1910 = 3 is selected, Alarm A0541 (motor data identification active)
is output and internally, p0340 is set to 2.
Starts the motor data identification run with P1910 = 3
The measuring operation must be started with a continuous ON command.
After the motor identification routine has been completed, p1910 is reset
(p1910 = 0, motor data identification routine inhibited) and Alarm A0541 is
cleared (deleted).
In order to set the frequency converter into a defined state, an OFF1 command
must be issued before the next step.
END
6.3
Magnetizing current
¾ The value of the magnetizing current r0331/P0320 has a significant influence on
the closed-loop control. This cannot be measured at standstill. This means that
the value is estimated for standard 4-pole 1LA7 Siemens standard using the
automatic parameterization P0340=1 (P0320=0; result in r0331).
¾ If the deviation of the magnetizing current is too high, then the values for the
magnetizing reactance and those of the rotor resistance will not be able to be
accurately determined.
¾ Especially for third-party motors it is important that the magnetizing current
that is determined, is carefully checked and if required, appropriately corrected.
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6 Commissioning
The procedure to manually determine the magnetizing current and to re-calculate
the equivalent circuit diagram data when the drive is operated with closed-loop
vector control (P1300 = 20/21) is shown in the following.
START
Quick
commissioning
Motor data
identification
Operation under
no-load conditions
Criterium
fulfilled ?
no
yes
Quick commissioning routine
Using the quick commissioning routine the frequency inverter is adapted to the
motor and important technology parameters are set.
Motor data identification routine
Using the motor data identification routine motor equivalent circuit diagram
data is determined using a measuring technique.
Determining the magnetizing current
In order to determine the magnetizing current (P0320/r0331), the motor should
be accelerated up to approximately 80% of its rated speed under no-load
operating conditions.
In so doing, the following conditions must be carefully maintained:
− the vector control must be activated, P1300 = 20.21
− no field weakening (r0056.8 = 0)
− flux setpoint, r1598 = 100 %
− no efficiency optimization, P1580 = 0 %
No-load operation means that the motor is operated without a load (i.e.
no coupled driven machine).
Under steady-state conditions, a current r0027 is obtained that approximately
corresponds to the rated magnetizing current r0331. (the current is always
less than the no-load current for a pure V/f control).
Measuring and entering the magnetizing current and therefore the associated
new calculation of the equivalent circuit diagram data of the motor is an
iterative procedure. It must be repeated at least 2-3 times until the following
criteria are fulfilled:
− The more accurate the value of the magnetizing current that was
entered, the better the flux setpoint (r1598=100%) matches the flux
actual value (r0084=96..104%) of the observer model.
− The output Xm adaptation (r1787) of the observer model should be
as low as possible. Good values lie between 1-5%. The less that the
Xh adaptation of the observer must operate, the sensitivity of the motor
parameters after power failures are that much less sensitive.
NOTE
In order to display r0084 at the BOP/AOP, the LEVEL 4 parameters must be
enabled using service parameter P3950=46.
0
P0320 = ...
Calculating P0320
Now, the new value can be entered in P0320 from the determined fluxgenerating current component r0029 by applying the following equation.
P0320 = r0029 * 100 / P0305
P0340 = 1
0
Calculating the motor parameters
The values of the motor equivalent circuit diagram data are calculated from the
entered rating plate data. In addition, the parameters of the controls are pre-set
(subsequently optimized) (P0340 = 3).
END
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6 Commissioning
6.4
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Commissioning the application
An application is commissioned to adapt/optimize the frequency inverter - motor
combination to the particular application. The frequency inverter offers numerous
functions - but not all of these are required for the particular application. These
functions can be skipped when commissioning the application. A large proportion
of the possible functions are described here; refer to the parameter list for
additional functions.
Parameters, designated with a * offer more setting possibilities than are actually
listed here. Refer to the parameter list for additional setting possibilities.
START
P0003 = 3
6.4.1
Serial Interface (USS)
P2010 =...
USS baud rate
Sets baud rate for USS communication.
6
P2011 =...
USS address
Sets unique address for inverter.
0
P2012 =...
2
USS PZD length
Defines the number of 16-bit words in PZD part of USS telegram.
P2013 =...
127
USS PKW length
Defines the number of 16-bit words in PKW part of USS telegram.
6.4.2
P0700 =...
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1
User access level *
1 Standard: Allows access into most frequently used parameters
2 Extended: Allows extended access e.g. to inverter I/O functions
3 Expert (For expert use only)
Possible
Settings:
4
2400 Baud
5
4800 Baud
6
9600 Baud
7
19200 Baud
8
38400 Baud
9
57600 Baud
10
76800 Baud
11
93750 Baud
12 115200 Baud
Selection of command source
2
Selection of
command source
Selects digital command source.
0 Factory fault setting
1 BOP (keypad)
2 Terminal
4 USS on BOP link
5 USS on COM link
6 CB on COM link
BOP
Terminals
USS
BOP link
P0700 = 2
Sequence control
USS
COM link
CB
COM link
Setpoint
channel
Motor
control
MICROMASTER 440
Operating Instructions (Compact)
Issue 10/06
6.4.3
6 Commissioning
Digital input (DIN)
Function digital input 1
Terminal 5
1 ON / OFF1
1
Function digital input 7
Via analog input, Terminal 3
0 Digital input disabled
0
P0708 = 0
Function digital input 8
Via analog input, Terminal 10
0 Digital input disabled
0
P0724 = ...
Debounce time for digital inputs
Defines debounce time (filtering time) used for digital inputs.
0 No debounce time
1 2.5 ms debounce time
2 8.2 ms debounce time
3 12.3 ms debounce time
P0725 = ...
1
PNP / NPN digital inputs
Change-over (toggles) between high active (PNP) and low active (NPN). This applies to all
digital inputs simultaneously.
0 NPN mode ==> low active
1 PNP mode ==> high active
P0701 = ...
P0702 = ...
P0703 = ...
P0704 = ...
P0705 = ...
P0706 = ...
P0707 = 0
Possible Settings:
0 Digital input disabled
1 ON / OFF1
2 ON + Reverse / OFF1
12
Function digital input 2
3 OFF2 – coast to standstill
Terminal 6
4 OFF3 – quick ramp-down
9 Fault acknowledge
12 Reverse
10 JOG right
9
Function digital input 3
11 JOG left
Terminal 7
12 Reverse
9 Fault acknowledge
13 MOP up (increase frequency)
14 MOP down (decrease frequency)
15
Function digital input 4
15 Fixed setpoint (Direct selection)
Terminal 8
16 Fixed setpoint (Direct selection + ON)
15 Fixed setpoint (Direct selection) 17 Fixed setpoint (Binary coded selection + ON)
15 21 Local/remote
Function digital input 5
25 DC brake enable
Terminal 16
29 External trip
15 Fixed setpoint (Direct selection) 33 Disable additional freq setpoint
15 99 Enable BICO parameterization
Function digital input 6
Terminal 17
15 Fixed setpoint (Direct selection)
ON > 3,9 V, OFF < 1,7 V
DIN7 1
2
3
4
DIN8 1
2
10
11
3
DIN channel (e.g. DIN1 - PNP (P0725 = 1))
Kl.9
P24 (PNP)
Kl.28
0 V (NPN)
PNP/NPN DIN
0 ... 1
P0725 (1)
P0701
Debounce time: DIN
0 ... 3
P0724 (3)
24 V
Function
0
0
1
1
24 V
T
0
&
r0722
r0722 .0
Pxxxx BI: ...
CO/BO: Bin.inp.val
0V
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Digital outputs (DOUT)
P0731 = ...
BI: Function of digital output 1 *
Defines source of digital output 1.
52.3
Common Settings:
P0732 = ...
BI: Function of digital output 2 *
Defines source of digital output 2.
52.7
52.0
52.1
52.2
Drive ready
Drive ready to run
Drive running
0
0
0
P0733 = ...
BI: Function of digital output 3 *
Defines source of digital output 3.
0.0
r0747 = ...
CO/BO: State of digital outputs
Displays status of digital outputs (also
includes inversion of digital outputs via
P0748).
P0748 = ...
0
Invert digital output
Defines high and low states of relay for a
given function.
52.3
52.4
52.5
52.6
52.7
52.8
52.9
52.A
52.B
52.C
52.D
52.E
52.F
53.0
53.1
53.2
53.3
53.4
53.5
53.6
53.7
53.8
53.A
Drive fault active
OFF2 active
OFF3 active
Switch on inhibit active
Drive warning active
Deviation setpoint/actual value
PZD control (Process Data Control)
Maximum frequency reached
Warning: Motor current limit
Motor holding brake (MHB) active
Motor overload
Motor running direction right
Inverter overload
DC brake active
Act. freq. f_act > P2167 (f_off)
Act. freq. f_act <= P1080 (f_min)
Act. current r0027 > P2170
Act. freq. f_act > P2155 (f_1)
Act. freq. f_act <= P2155 (f_1)
Act. freq. f_act >= setpoint
Act. Vdc r0026 < P2172
Act. Vdc r0026 > P2172
PID output
r2294 == P2292 (PID_min)
PID output
r2294 == P2291 (PID_max)
0
1
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
53.B
Invert DOUTs
0 ... 7
P0748 (0)
DOUT channel
CO/BO: State DOUTs
r0747
r0747.0
BI: Fct. of DOUT 1
Function
xxxx.y
rxxxx.y
P0731.C
(52:3)
Closed
0
0
int. 24 V
max. 100 mA
Kl.9
0
1
COM Kl.20
-1
P0731 = xxxx.y
NO
NC
Kl.19
or
Kl.18
Relay : Text
DC 30 V / 5 A
AC 250 V / 2 A
max. opening / closing time
5 / 10 ms
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Operating Instructions (Compact)
Issue 10/06
6 Commissioning
Selection of frequency setpoint
P1000 =...
Selection of frequency setpoint
0 No main setpoint
1 MOP setpoint
2 Analog setpoint
3 Fixed frequency
4 USS on BOP link
5 USS on COM link
6 CB on COM link
7 Analog setpoint 2
10 No main setpoint
+ MOP setpoint
11 MOP setpoint
+ MOP setpoint
12 Analog setpoint
+ MOP setpoint
2
...
6.4.5
76
77
CB on COM link
Analog setpoint 2
+ Analog setpoint 2
+ Analog setpoint 2
NOTE
In addition to the main setpoint, a supplementary setpoint can be entered using P1000
Example P1000 = 12 :
P1070
P1000 = 12 ⇒ P1070 = 755
r0755
P1075
P1000 = 12 ⇒ P1075 = 1050
r1050
CI: Main setpoint
CO: Act. ADC after scal. [4000h]
CI: Additional setpoint
CO: Act. Output freq. of the MOP
FF
USS
BOP link
USS
COM link
Sequence control
P1074
ADC
P1076
MOP
x
P1000 = 12
Additonal
setpoint
P1000 = 12
Main
setpoint
Setpoint
channel
Motor
control
CB
COM link
ADC2
P1074 = ...
BI: Disable additional setpoint
Disables additional setpoint (ZUSW).
0:0
P1076 = ...
CI: Additional setpoint scaling
Defines the source to scale the additional setpoint.
Common settings:
1
Scaling of 1.0 (100 %)
755
Analog input setpoint
1024 Fixed frequency setpoint
1050 MOP setpoint
1:0
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6.4.6
P0756 = ...
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Analog input (ADC)
0
ADC type
Defines the analog input type and activates the monitoring
function of the analog input.
0
1
Unipolar voltage input (0 to +10 V)
Unipolar voltage input with monitoring
ADC1
OFF = [V], 0 - 10 V
(0 to 10 V)
ON = [A], 0 - 20 mA
2 Unipolar current input (0 to 20 mA)
3 Unipolar current input with monitoring
ADC2
(0 to 20 mA)
OFF = [V], 0 - 10 V
4 Bipolar voltage input (-10 to +10 V)
ON = [A], 0 - 20 mA
NOTE
For P0756 to P0760, the following applies:
Index 0 : Analog input 1 (ADC1), terminals 3, 4
Index 1 : Analog input 2 (ADC2), terminals 10, 11
P0757 =...
Value x1 of ADC scaling
0V
P0761 > 0
0 < P0758 < P0760
P0758 =...
0.0 %
|| 0 > P0758 > P0760
%
Value y1 of ADC scaling
This parameter represents the
value of x1 as a % of P2000
(reference frequency).
100 %
4000 h
ASPmax
10 V
P0759 =...
Value x2 of ADC scaling
P0760 =...
Value y2 of ADC scaling 100.0 %
This parameter represents the
value of x2 as a % of P2000
(reference frequency).
P0761 =...
7
P0760
P0758
10 V x100%
P0759 20 mA
P0757
Width of ADC deadband 0 V
Defines width of deadband on
analog input.
V
mA
P0761
P0757 = P0761
ASPmin
10 ms
Delay, ADC signal loss
Defines the delay time between the loss of the analog setpoint and fault message F0080
being displayed.
ADC channel
DIP switch
P0756
P0753
P0757
P0758
P0759
P0760
P0762 = ...
r0754 P1000
P0761
Setpoint
KL3
ADC+
KL4
ADC−
ADC
type
A
D
ADC
type
ADC
dead
zone
ADC
scaling
P0756
P0761
Wire
breakage
sensing
1.7 V
1
0
3.9 V
P0707
r0755
Pxxxx
r0752
P0762
T
0
F0080
r0751
r0722
r0722.6
Pxxxx
Function
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Operating Instructions (Compact)
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6.4.7
6 Commissioning
Analog output (DAC)
21
P0771 = ...
CI: DAC
Defines function of the 0 - 20 mA analog output.
21 CO: Output frequency (scaled according to P2000)
24 CO: Frequency inverter output frequency (scaled according to P2000)
25 CO: Output voltage (scaled according to P2001)
26 CO: DC link voltage (scaled according to P2001)
27 CO: Output current (scaled according to P2002)
NOTE
For P0771 to P0781, the following applies:
Index 0 : Analog output 1 (DAC1), terminals 12, 13
Index 1 : Analog output 2 (DAC2), terminals 26, 27
P0773 =...
2 ms
Smooth time DAC
Defines smoothing time [ms] for analog output signal. This parameter enables smoothing
for DAC using a PT1 filter.
P0775 = ...
Permit absolute value
Decides if the absolute value of the analog output is used. If enabled, this parameter will
take the absolute value of the value to be outputed. If the value was originally negative then
the corresponding bit in r0785 is set, otherwise it is cleared.
0 OFF
1 ON
P0776 = ...
0
DAC type
Defines the analog output type.
0 Current output
1 Voltage output
NOTE
• P0776 changes the scaling of r0774 (0 – 20 mA ⇔ 0 – 10 V)
• Scaling parameters P0778, P0780 and the dead zone are always entered in 0 – 20 mA
For the DAC as voltage output, the DAC outputs must be terminated using a 500 Ω resistor
P0777 = ...
0.0 %
Value x1 of DAC scaling
Defines the output characteristic value
x1 as a %.
This parameter represents the lowest
analog value as a % of P200x
(depending on the setting of P0771).
P0778 = ...
mA
20
P0780
y
2
0
Value y1 of DAC scaling
P0781
This parameter represents the value for
P0778
x1 in mA.
y
1
P0779 = ...
100.0 %
Value x2 of DAC scaling
Defines the output characteristic value
x2 as a %.
This parameter represents the lowest
analog value as a % of P200x
(depending on the setting of P0771).
P0777
x1
P0779
x2
100 % %
P0780 = ...
Value y2 of DAC scaling
This parameter represents the value for x2 in mA.
20
P0781 = ...
Width of DAC deadband
Sets width of deadband in [mA] for analog output.
0
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Motor potentiometer (MOP)
P1031 =...
0
Setpoint memory of the MOP
Saves last motor potentiometer setpoint (MOP) that was active before OFF command or
power down.
0 MOP setpoint will not be stored
1 MOP setpoint will be stored (P1040 is updated)
P1032 =...
Inhibit negative MOP setpoints
0 Neg. MOP setpoint is allowed
1 Neg. MOP setpoint inhibited
P1040 =...
Setpoint of the MOP
Determines setpoint for motor potentiometer control.
1
5.00 Hz
MOP ramp-up and ramp-down times are defined by the parameters P1120 and P1121.
Possible parameter settings for the selection of MOP:
Selection
40
MOP up
MOP down
DIN
P0719 = 0, P0700 = 2, P1000 = 1
or
P0719 = 1, P0700 = 2
P0702 = 13
(DIN2)
P0703 = 14
(DIN3)
BOP
P0719 = 0, P0700 = 1, P1000 = 1
or
P0719 = 11
UP button
DOWN button
USS on
BOP link
P0719 = 0, P0700 = 4, P1000 = 1
or
P0719 = 41
USS control word
r2032 Bit13
USS control word
r2032 Bit14
USS on
COM link
P0719 = 0, P0700 = 5, P1000 = 1
or
P0719 = 51
USS control word
r2036 Bit13
USS control word
r2036 Bit14
CB
P0719 = 0, P0700 = 6, P1000 = 1
or
P0719 = 61
CB control word
r2090 Bit13
CB control word
r2090 Bit14
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Operating Instructions (Compact)
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Fixed frequency (FF)
P1001 = ...
0.00 Hz
Fixed frequency 1
Can be directly selected via DIN1
(P0701 = 15, 16)
P1002 = ...
5.00 Hz
Fixed frequency 2
Can be directly selected via DIN2
(P0702 = 15, 16)
P1003 = ...
10.00 Hz
Fixed frequency 3
Can be directly selected via DIN3
(P0703 = 15, 16)
P1010 = ...
When defining the function of the digital inputs
15.00 Hz (P0701 to P0703), three different types can be
Fixed frequency 4
Can be directly selected via DIN4
selected for fixed frequencies:
(P0704 = 15, 16)
15 = Direct selection (binary-coded)
In this particular mode, the appropriate
20.00 Hz
Fixed frequency 5
digital input always selects the associated
Can be directly selected via DIN5
fixed frequency, e.g.:
(P0705 = 15, 16)
Digital input 3 = selects fixed frequency 3.
If several inputs are simultaneously active,
25.00 Hz
Fixed frequency 6
then these are summed. An ON command is
Can be directly selected via DIN6
additionally required.
(P0706 = 15, 16)
16 = Direct selection + ON command
(binary-coded + On / Off1)
30.00 Hz
Fixed frequency 7
In this mode, the fixed frequencies are
selected as for 15, however these are
35.00 Hz
Fixed frequency 8
combined with an ON command.
17 = Binary coded selection + ON command
40.00 Hz
Fixed frequency 9
(BCD-coded + On/ Off1)
The BCD-coded operating mode is effective for
45.00 Hz digital inputs 1 to 3.
Fixed frequency 10
P1011 = ...
Fixed frequency 11
50.00 Hz
P1012 = ...
Fixed frequency 12
55.00 Hz
P1013 = ...
Fixed frequency 13
60.00 Hz
P1014 = ...
Fixed frequency 14
65.00 Hz
P1015 = ...
Fixed frequency 15
65.00 Hz
P1016 = ...
1
Fixed frequency code - Bit 0
Defines the selection method for fixed
frequencies.
P1017 = ...
Fixed frequency code - Bit 1
1
P1018 = ...
Fixed frequency code - Bit 2
1
P1019 = ...
Fixed frequency code - Bit 3
1
P1025 = ...
Fixed frequency code - Bit 4
1
P1027 = ...
Fixed frequency code - Bit 5
1
P1004 = ...
P1005 = ...
P1006 = ...
P1007 = ...
P1008 = ...
P1009 = ...
MICROMASTER 440
Operating Instructions (Compact)
1 Direct selection
2 Direct selection + ON command
3 Binary coded selection + ON command
NOTE
For settings 2 and 3, all parameters P1016 to
P1019 must be set to the selected value so that
the drive inverter accepts the ON command.
1
2
Direct selection
Direct selection + ON command
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P1058 = ...
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JOG
5.00 Hz
JOG frequency right
Frequency in Hz when the motor is
rotating clockwise in the jog mode.
P1059 = ...
5.00 Hz
JOG frequency left
Frequency in Hz when the motor is
rotating counter-clockwise in the jog
mode.
P1060 = ...
10.00 s
JOG ramp-up time
Ramp-up time in s from 0 to the
maximum frequency (p1082). JOG rampup is limited by p1058 or p1059.
P1061 = ...
10.00 s
JOG ramp-down time
Ramp-down time in s from the maximum
frequency (p1082) to 0.
JOG
f
p1082
(fmax)
p1058
t
p1060
p1061
A0923
DIN
Tippen rechts
P1055
(0)
BOP
USS
BOP link
USS
COM link
CB
COM link
A0923
"1"
t
"0"
"1"
Tippen links
P1056
(0)
t
"0"
f
P1082
P1058
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P1061
P1060
P1061
P1059
-P1082
P1060
t
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Operating Instructions (Compact)
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6.4.11
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Ramp function generator (RFG)
P1091 = ...
Skip frequency 1 (entered in Hz) 0.00 Hz
Defines skip frequency 1, which avoids
effects of mechanical resonance and
suppresses frequencies within +/- p1101
(skip frequency bandwidth).
P1092 = ...
Skip frequency 2
0.00 Hz
P1093 = ...
Skip frequency 3
0.00 Hz
P1094 = ...
Skip frequency 4
0.00 Hz
P1101 = ...
Skip frequency bandwidth
(entered in Hz)
2.00 Hz
P1120 = ...
Ramp-up time
(enters the accelerating time in s)
10.00 s
Ramp-down time
(enters the deceleration time in s)
10.00 s
fout
p1101
Skip frequency
bandwidth
fin
p1091
Skip frequency
f
p1082
(fmax)
f1
P1121 = ...
t
p1120
Rump-up initial rounding time
(entered in s)
0.00 s
P1131 = ...
Ramp-up final rounding time
(entered in s)
0.00 s
P1132 = ...
Rump-down initial rounding time 0.00 s
(entered in s)
P1133 = ...
Ramp-down final rounding time
(entered in s)
P1130 = ...
P1134 = ...
P1135 = ...
Rounding type
0 Continuous smoothing
1 Discontinuous smoothing
0.00 s
0
p1121
f
f2
f1
P1130
P1131
tup
P1132
t
P1133
tdown
The rounding times are recommended as
abrupt responses can be avoided therefore
reducing stress and damage to the mechanical
system.
The ramp-up and ramp-down times are
extended by the component of the rounding
ramps.
5.00 s
OFF3 ramp-down time
Defines ramp-down time from maximum frequency to standstill for OFF3 command.
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Reference/limit frequencies
P1080 = ...
0.00 Hz
Min. frequency (entered in Hz)
Sets minimum motor frequency [Hz] at which motor will run irrespective of frequency
setpoint. If the setpoint falls below the value of p1080, then the output frequency is set to
p1080 taking into account the sign.
P1082 = ...
50.00 Hz
Max. frequency (entered in Hz)
Sets maximum motor frequency [Hz] at which motor will run irrespective of the frequency
setpoint. If the setpoint exceeds the value p1082, then the output frequency is limited. The
value set here is valid for both clockwise and anticlockwise rotation.
P2000 = ...
50.00 Hz
Reference frequency (entered in Hz)
The reference frequency in Hertz corresponds to a value of 100 %.
This setting should be changed if a maximum frequency of higher than 50 Hz is required.
It is automatically changed to 60 Hz if the standard 60 Hz frequency was selected using
p0100.
NOTE
This reference frequency effects the setpoint frequency as both the frequency setpoints via
100 %
p2000) refer to this value.
USS as well as via PROFIBUS (FB100) (4000H hex
P2001 = ...
1000 V
Reference voltage (entered in V)
The reference voltage in Volt (output voltage) corresponds to a value of 100 %.
NOTE
This setting should only be changed if it is necessary to output the voltage with a different
scaling.
P2002 = ...
0.10 A
Reference current (entered in A)
The reference current in Amps (output current) corresponds to a value of 100 %. Factory
setting = 200 % of the rated motor current (P0305).
NOTE
This setting should only be changed if it is necessary to output the current with a different
scaling.
P2003 = ...
0.12 Mn
Reference torque (entered in Nm)
The reference torque in Nm corresponds to a value of 100 %. Factory setting = 200 % of
the rated motor torque at a constant motor torque determined from the appropriate motor
data.
NOTE
This setting should only be changed if it is necessary to output the torque with a different
scaling.
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P0290 = ...
6 Commissioning
Inverter protection
Inverter monitoring
r0036
i2t
P0294
r0037
Heat sink
temperature
P0292
Inverter overload reaction
P0290
A0504
i_max control
(U/f)
Current control
(SLVC, VC)
A0505
A0506
F0004
f_pulse
control
IGBT
temperature
P0292
P0292 =...
0
Inverter overload reaction
Selects reaction of inverter to an internal over-temperature.
0 Reduce output frequency
1 Trip (F0004 / F0005)
2 Reduce pulse frequency and output frequency
3 Reduce pulse frequency then trip (F0004)
F0005
15 °C
Inverter temperature warning
Defines the temperature difference (in ºC) between the Overtemperature trip threshold and
the warning threshold of the inverter. The trip threshold is stored internally by the inverter
and cannot be changed by the user.
Temperature warning threshold of inverter T_warn
Twarn = Ttrip - P0292
Temperature shutdown threshold of inverter T_trip
Temperature
P0295 = ...
6.4.14
MM440, Frame Size
FX
GX
95 kW 110 kW 132 kW 160 kW 200 kW
CT
CT
CT
CT
CT
80 °C
88 °C
91 °C
80 °C
82 °C
88 °C
A-C
D-F
F
600 V
Heat sink
110 °C
95 °C
IGBT
140 °C 145 °C 145 °C 150 °C 150 °C 145 °C 147 °C
150 °C
Input rectifier
-
-
-
75 °C
75 °C
75 °C
75 °C
75 °C
Cooling air
-
-
-
55 °C
55 °C
55 °C
55 °C
50 °C
Control board
-
-
-
65 °C
65 °C
65 °C
65 °C
65 °C
0s
Delay, fan shutdown
This defines the delay time in seconds between powering down the frequency inverter and
then powering-down the fan. A setting of 0 means that the fan is immediately shut down
(powered-down).
Motor protection
In addition to the thermal motor protection, the motor temperature is also included
in the adaptation of the motor equivalent circuit diagram data. Especially for a high
thermal motor load, this adaptation has a significant influence on the degree of
stability of the closed-loop vector control. For MM440 the motor temperature can
only be measured using a KTY84 sensor. For the parameter setting P0601 = 0,1,
the motor temperature is calculated / estimated using the thermal motor model.
If the frequency inverter is permanently supplied with an external 24V voltage, then
the motor temperature is also tracked/corrected using the motor temperature time
constant – even when the line supply voltage is switched-out.
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A high thermal motor load and when the line supply is frequently switchedout/switched-in requires, for closed-loop vector control
− that a KTY84 sensor is used, or
− an external 24V power supply voltage is connected
P0335 = ...
Motor cooling (Selects motor cooling system used)
0 Self-cooled: Using shaft mounted fan attached to motor
1 Force-cooled: Using separately powered cooling fan
2 Self-cooled and internal fan
3 Force-cooled and internal fan
0
P0601 = ...
Motor temperature sensor
Selects the motor temperature sensor.
0 No sensor
1 PTC thermistor (PTC)
2 KTY84
0
Fault
F0015
P0601 = 2
5V
T1 = 4 s
Signal
loss
detection
ADC
0
1
2
PTC
KTY
P0601
&
No sensor
PTC
KTY
1
0
≥1
Motor
temp.
reaction
r0035
ϑ
V
Equivalent
circuit data
Power dissipation
PV,mot
r0052
Bit13
1
P0610
0
Thermal
motor
model
r0631
P0604
r0632
r0633
P0604 = ...
130.0 °C
Alarm threshold, motor overtemperature
Defines the alarm threshold for the motor overtemperature protection. This threshold, where
either a shutdown (trip) or Imax reduction is initiated (P0610) always lies 10 % above the
alarm threshold.
ϑtrip = 1.1⋅ ϑwarn = 1.1 ⋅ P0604
ϑwarn : Warning threshold (P0604)
ϑtrip : Trip threshold (max. permissible temperature)
The alarm threshold should be at least 40 °C greater than the ambient temperature P0625.
P0604 ≥ P0625 + 40 °C
2
P0610 = ...
Inverter temperature reaction
Defines reaction when motor temperature reaches warning threshold.
0 No reaction, warning only
1 Warning and Imax reduction (results in a lower output frequency)
2 Warning and trip (F0011)
P0640 = ...
150.0 %
Motor overload factor [%]
Defines motor overload current limit in [%] relative to p0305 (rated motor current). Limited to
maximum inverter current or to 400 % of rated motor current (p0305), whichever is the
lower.
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P0400 =...
6 Commissioning
Encoder
0
Select encoder type
The table shows the values of P0400 as a function of the
Selects the encoder type.
number of tracks:
0 Inhibited
Parameter Terminal
Track
Encoder output
1 Single-track pulse encoder
2 Two-track pulse encoder
single ended
P0400 = 1
A
For hoisting gear applications
(4-quadrant operation!), a
2-track encoder must be used.
A
differential
AN
A
P0400 = 2
single ended
B
A
differential
AN
B
BN
In order to guarantee reliable operation, the DIP switches on the encoder module must be
set as follows depending on the encoder type (TTL, HTL) and encoder output:
Output
Type
single ended
differential
TTL (e.g.
1XP8001-2)
111111
010101
HTL (e.g.
1XP8001-1)
101010
000000
1024
P0408 =...
Encoder pulses per revolution
Specifies the number of encoder pulses per revolution.
P0491 =...
Reaction on speed signal loss
Defines the calculation method.
0 No transition
1 Transition into SLVC
P0492 =...
10.00 Hz
Allowed speed difference
Parameter P0492 defines the frequency threshold for the loss of the encoder signal
(fault F0090).
CAUTION
p0492 = 0 (no monitoring function):
With p0492 = 0, the loss of the encoder signal at high frequency as well as at a low
frequency is de-activated. As a result, the system does not monitor for the loss of the
encoder signal.
P0494 =...
10 ms
Delay speed loss reaction
P0492 is used to detect the loss of the encoder signal at low frequencies. If the motor
speed is less than the value of P0492, the loss of the encoder signal is determined using an
appropriate algorithm. P0494 defines the delay time between detecting the loss of the
speed signal and initiating the appropriate response.
CAUTION
p0494 = 0 (no monitoring function):
With p0494 = 0, the loss of the encoder signal at low frequencies is de-activated. As a
result, at these frequencies, a loss of the encoder signal is not detected (loss of the
encoder signal at high frequency remains active as long as parameter p0492 > 0).
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6.4.16
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V/f control
P1300 =...
0
Control mode
The control type is selected using this parameter. For the "V/f characteristic" control type,
the ratio between the frequency inverter output voltage and the frequency inverter output
frequency is defined.
0 V/f with linear
1 V/f with FCC
2 V/f with parabolic characteristic
3 V/f with programmable characteristic (→ P1320 – P1325)
P1310 =...
50.00 %
Continuous boost (entered in %)
Voltage boost as a % relative to P0305 (rated motor current) and P0350 (stator resistance).
P1310 is valid for all V/f versions (refer to P1300). At low output frequencies, the effective
resistance values of the winding can no longer be neglected in order to maintain the motor
flux.
Linear V/f
V
Boost voltage
Vmax
Validity range
Vn
(P0304)
actual VBoost
VConBoost,100
VConBoost,50
0
P1311 =...
tp u
Ou
olt
tv
e
ag
ON
OFF
t
⏐f⏐
f
V/ )
al = 0
m
or 0
N 130
P
(
fBoost,end
(P1316)
t
P1310 active
1
0
fn
f max
(P0310) (P1082)
t
f
0.0 %
Acceleration boost (entered in %)
Voltage boost for accelerating/braking as a % relative to P0305 and P0350. P1311 only
results in a voltage boost when ramping-up/ramp-down and generates an additional torque
for accelerating/braking. Contrary to parameter P1312, that is only active for the 1st
acceleration operation after the ON command, P1311 is effective each time that the drive
accelerates or brakes.
Boost-Spannung
V
Gültigkeitsbereich
Vmax
Vn
(P0304)
VAccBoost,100
VAccBoost,50
0 f
Boost,end
(P1316)
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ON
OFF
g
un
nn
a
p
ss
ng
a
al
sg
rm 0)
u
o
A
fn 0=
U/ 30
1
P
(
V istBoost
t
P1311 aktiv
1
0
fn
(P0310)
t
⏐f⏐
fmax
(P1082)
t
f
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P1312 =...
0.0 %
Starting boost (entered in %)
Voltage boost when starting (after an ON command) when using the linear or square-law
V/f characteristic as a % relative to P0305 (rated motor current) or P0350 (stator
resistance). The voltage boost remains active until
1) the setpoint is reached for the first time and
2) the setpoint is reduced to a value that is less than the instantaneous ramp-function
generator output.
P1320 =...
Programmable V/f freq. 0.0 Hz
coord. 1
Sets V/f coordinates
(P1320/1321 to P1324/1325) to
define V/f characteristic.
P1321 =...
Programmable. V/f volt. 0.0 Hz
coord. 1
P1322 =...
Programmable V/f freq. 0.0 Hz
coord. 2
P1323 =...
Programmable V/f volt.
coord. 2
P1324 =...
Programmable U/f Freq. 0.0 Hz
coord. 3
P1325 =...
Programmable V/f volt.
coord. 3
0.0 Hz
V
Vmax = f(Vdc, Mmax)
Vmax
r0071
Vn
P0304
P1325
P1323
P1321
P1310
f0
0 Hz
0.0 Hz
f1
f2
P1320 P1322
P1333 = ...
10.0 %
Starting frequency for FCC
(entered as a %)
Defines the FCC starting frequency as a
function of the rated motor frequency (P0310).
P0310
⋅ P1333
100
P0310
⋅ (P1333 + 6%)
f FCC +Hys =
100
f FCC =
P1310[%] r0395[%]
⋅
⋅ P0304[V ]
100[%]
100[%]
Switch-over
P1310[V] =
FCC
V/f
fFCC
NOTE
The constant voltage boost P1310 is
continually decreased analog to switching-in
FCC.
P1335 = ...
0.0 %
Slip compensation
(entered in %)
Dynamically adjusts output frequency of
inverter so that motor speed is kept constant
independent of motor load.
Resonance damping gain V/f
Defines resonance damping gain for V/f.
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fFCC+Hys
f
Range of slip compensation :
%
P1335
6 % 10 %
P1338 =...
fmax f
P1082
f3
fn
P1324 P0310
100 %
f out
fN
0.00
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Issue 10/06
Field-orientated control
Limitations
To avoid a premature limitation the limits of the torque (P1520, P1521) and power
(P1530, P1531) should be set to the maximum value, if the application allows it.
p0640 = ...
150.0 %
Motor overload factor [%]
Defines motor overload current limit in [%] relative to p0305 (rated motor current). Limited to
maximum inverter current or to 400 % of rated motor current (p0305), whichever is the
lower.
p0640max =
P1520 = ...
min (r0209, 4 ⋅ p0305)
⋅ 100
p0305
CO: Upper torque limit FC-spec.
Resultant
Specifies fixed value for upper
torque limit
torque limitation.
|M|
Power
limitation
Stall
limitation
P1520 def = 1.5 ⋅ r0333
Torque limitation
P1520 max = ± 4 ⋅ r0333
P1521 = ...
CO: Lower torque limit FC-spec.
Enters fixed value of lower
torque limitation.
~
r1526
r1527
1
f
~
1
f2
p1530
p1531
P1521 def = − 1.5 ⋅ r0333
P1521 max = ± 4 ⋅ r0333
P1530 = ...
|fact|
Constant
torque
FC-spec.
Motoring power limitation
Defines fixed value for the max. permissible
motoring active power.
P1530 def = 2.5 ⋅ P0307
P1530 max = 3 ⋅ P0307
P1531 = ...
fstall
Stall
power
Power limitation (motoring, regenerative)
M=
P
2⋅π⋅f
M
p1530
p1531
Regenerative power limitation FC-spec.
Enters fixed value for the max. permissible
regenerative active power
P1531def = - 2.5 ⋅ P0307
P1531 max = - 3 ⋅ P0307
50
Constant
power
f
p1530
p1531
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Operating Instructions (Compact)
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6.4.17.1
6 Commissioning
Sensorless vector control (SLVC)
0
P1300=20
Control mode
20 Closed-loop Vector control – speed without encoder
SLVC can provide excellent performance for the following types of application:
• Applications which require high torque performance
• Applications which require fast respond to shock loading
• Applications which require torque holding while passing through 0 Hz
• Applications which require very accurate speed holding
• Applications which require motor pull out protection
P1452 = ...
4 ms
Filter time for act. freq (SLVC)
Sets time constant of PT1 filter to filter the frequency deviation of speed controller in
operation mode SLVC (sensorless vector control).
Decreasing the value leads to a higher dynamic of the speed regulation. Instability is seen
if the value is to low (or to high). p1452 = 2 can be set for most applications.
P1470 = ...
Gain speed controller (SLVC)
Enters gain of speed controller for sensorless vector control (SLVC).
P1472 = ...
Integral time n-ctrl. (SLVC)
Enters integral time of speed controller for sensorless vector control (SLVC).
p1488
r1490
3.0
400 ms
p1489
150 ms
Droop
0
1
p1496 p0341 p0342
0
r1518
p1492
Precontrol
p1470 p1472
r1084
r1170
–
r1438
Kp
Tn
*)
Freq. setpoint
–
p1452
r0063
Act. frequency
from observer model
Torque
setpoint
r0064
r1508
r0079
*) only active, if pre-control is enabled
(p1496 > 0)
P1610 = ...
50.0 %
Continuous torque boost (SLVC)
Sets continuous torque boost in lower frequency range of SLVC (sensorless vector control).
Value is entered in [%] relative to rated motor torque r0333.
p1610 is only effective in the open-loop mode between 0 Hz and approx. ±p1755.
P1611 = ...
0.0 %
Acc. torque boost (SLVC)
Sets acceleration torque boost in lower frequency range of SLVC (sensorless vector
control). Value is entered in [%] relative to rated motor torque r0333.
p1611 is only effective in the open-loop mode between 0 Hz and approx. ±p1755.
In opposite to p1610 the acceleration torque boost p1611 is only in operation during
acceleration/deceleration.
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P1750 = ...
Issue 10/06
1
Control word of motor model
This parameter controls the operation of the sensorless vector control (SLVC) at very low
frequencies. This therefore includes the following conditions:
Bit00 Start SLVC open loop
0 NO 1 YES
(Operation directly after an ON command)
Bit01 Zero crossing SLVC open loop 0 NO 1 YES
(zero crossing)
Start
f
Zero crossing
f
Closed loop
Closed loop
p1755
p1755
Open loop
Open loop
t
t
p1755
For most applications the setting of parameter p1750 = 0 gives the best result at low
frequency.
P1755 = ...
5.0 Hz
Start-freq. motor model (SLVC)
Enter the start frequency of sensorless vector control (SLVC), thereby SLVC switches over
from open-loop to closed-loop at that frequency.
Precontrol
Torque
limitation
r0062
Frequency
setpoint
Speed
controller
−
p1470
p1452
.
.
isq
p1750/p1755
open/closed
loop
p1472
Flux setpoint
closed loop
Current
controller
isd
p1610
p1611
Act. output
voltage
Flux setpoint
open loop
Current
measurement
iu
iv
iw
Act. angle
+
Act. output
frequency
Act. frequency
−
+
Slip
Observer model
closed loop
52
0
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Operating Instructions (Compact)
Issue 10/06
6.4.17.2
6 Commissioning
Vector control with encoder (VC)
¾ First step: Parameterizing the speed encoder (refer to Section 6.4.15)
¾ When commissioning Vector Control with encoder-feedback (VC), the drive
should be configured for V/f mode (see p1300) first. Run the drive and compare
r0061 with r0021 that should agree in:
− sign
− magnitude (with a deviation of only a few percent)
Only if both criteria are fulfilled, change p1300 and select VC (p1300 = 21/23).
¾ Encoder loss detection must be disabled (p0492 = 0) if torque is limited
externally., e.g.:
− closed-loop winder control
− traversing / moving to a fixed endstop
− when using a mechanical brake
0
P1300=21
Control mode
21 Vector control with sensor
P1442 = ...
4 ms
Filter time for act. speed
Sets time constant of PT1 filter to smooth actual speed of speed controller.
Decreasing the value leads to a higher dynamic of the speed regulation. Instability is seen if
the value is to low. p1442 = 2 can be set for most applications.
P1460 = ...
Gain speed controller
Enters gain of speed controller.
P1462 = ...
Integral time speed controller
Enters integral time of speed controller.
3.0
400 ms
p1488
r1490
p1489
150 ms
Droop
0
1
p1496 p0341 p0342
0
r1518
p1492
Precontrol
p1460 p1462
r1084
r1170
–
r1438
Freq. setpoint
p1442
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Operating Instructions (Compact)
Tn
–
r0063
Act. frequency
from encoder
Kp
*)
Torque
setpoint
r0064
r1508
r0079
*) only active, if pre-control is enabled
(p1496 > 0)
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Supplementary torque setpoint
¾ In the vector mode – with / without encoder – the speed controller can be
subordinate to a constant or variable supplementary torque.
¾ The supplementary setpoint can be used to advantage for hoisting gear with low
intrinsic friction when starting in the vertical direction. The supplementary torque
setpoint must always be impressed in the hoisting (raising) direction (please
observe the sign!). As a result of the supplementary torque, also when lowering,
a slip is immediately established that has a stabilizing effect on the closed-loop
control (there is no significant load sag).
¾ The sign of the supplementary torque setpoint can be determined as follows in
the commissioning phase with the appropriate care and taking into account all
of the relevant safety regulations:
Hoist (raise) a minimum load using the hoisting gear and read-out the sign from
parameter r0079 (the sign of r0079 corresponds to the sign of the
supplementary torque setpoint).
¾ An empirical value of approx. 40 % of the rated motor torque r0333 has lead to
good results for existing hoisting gear
(carefully observe the sign!).
P1511=...
0:0
CI: Supplementary torque setpoint
Selects the source of the supplementary torque
setpoint.
Frequent settings:
2889
Fixed setpoint 1 as a %
2890
Fixed setpoint 2 as a %
755.0
Analog input 1
755.1
Analog input 2
2015. 2 USS (BOP link)
2018. 2 USS (COM link)
2050. 2 CB (e.g. PROFIBUS)
Droop
Precontrol
r1518
Kp
r1170
–
*)
Freq. setpoint
–
Tn
PI
Speed
controller
r1538
r1538
r1539
r1539
Ti
r0063
r1508
Torque
setpoint
r0079
Act. frequency
r1515
CI: Add. trq. setp
P1511.C
(0:0)
*) only active, if pre-control is enabled
(P1496 > 0)
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Ti
Kp
Tn
SLVC:
P1452
P1470
P1472
VC:
P1442
P1460
P1462
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Issue 10/06
6 Commissioning
6.4.18
Converter-specific Functions
6.4.18.1
Flying start
0
P1200 = ...
Flying start
Starts inverter onto a spinning motor by rapidly changing the output frequency of the
inverter until the actual motor speed has been found.
0 Flying start disabled
1 Flying start is always active, start in direction of setpoint
2 Flying start is active if power on, fault, OFF2, start in direction of setpoint
3 Flying start is active if fault, OFF2, start in direction of setpoint
4 Flying start is always active, only in direction of setpoint
5 Flying start is active if power on, fault, OFF2, only in direction of setpoint
6 Flying start is active if fault, OFF2, only in direction of setpoint
P1202 = ...
Motor-current: Flying start (entered in %)
Defines search current used for flying start.
P1203 = ?
100 %
Search rate: Flying start (entered in %)
Sets factor by which the output frequency changes during flying start to synchronize with
turning motor.
6.4.18.2
P1210 = ...
100 %
Automatic restart
Automatic restart
Configures automatic restart function.
0 Disabled
1 Trip reset after power on
2 Restart after mains blackout
3 Restart after mains brownout or fault
4 Restart after mains brownout
5 Restart after mains blackout and fault
6 Restart after mains brown/blackout or fault
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55
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6.4.18.3
Issue 10/06
Holding brake
¾ Series / commissioning for hazardous loads
− lower the load to the floor
− when replacing the frequency inverter, prevent (inhibit) the frequency
inverter from controlling the motor holding brake (MHB)
− secure the load or inhibit the motor holding brake control (so that the brake
cannot be controlled) and then – and only then – carry-out quick
commissioning / parameter download using the PC-based tool (e.g.
STARTER, AOP)
¾ Parameterize the weight equalization for hoisting gear applications
− magnetizing time P0346 greater than zero
− min. frequency P1080 should approximately correspond to the motor slip
r0330 (P1080 ≈ r0330)
− adapt the voltage boost to the load
a) V/f (P1300 = 0 ...3): P1310, P1311
b) SLVC (P1300 =20): P1610, P1611
¾ It is not sufficient to just select the status signal r0052 bit 12 "motor holding
brake active" in P0731 – P0733. In order to activate the motor holding brake, in
addition, parameter P1215 must be set to 1.
¾ It is not permissible to use the motor holding brake as operating brake. The
reason for this is that the brake is generally only dimensioned/designed for a
limited number of emergency braking operations.
¾ The brake closing / opening times can be taken from the appropriate manual.
The following typical values have been taken from Motor Catalog M11
2003/2004, Page 2/51:
P1215 =...
56
Motor size
Brake type
Opening time [ms]
Closing time [ms]
63
71
80
90
100
112
132
160
180
200
225
2LM8 005-1NAxx
2LM8 005-2NAxx
2LM8 010-3NAxx
2LM8 020-4NAxx
2LM8 040-5NAxx
2LM8 060-6NAxx
2LM8 100-7NAxx
2LM8 260-8NAxx
2LM8 315-0NAxx
25
25
26
37
43
60
50
165
152
56
56
70
90
140
210
270
340
410
2LM8 400-0NAxx
230
390
0
Holding brake enable
Enables/disables holding brake function (MHB).
0 Motor holding brake disabled
1 Motor holding brake enabled
NOTE
The following must apply when controlling the brake relay via a digital output: P0731 = 52.C
(= 52.12) (refer to Section 6.4.4 "Digital outputs (DOUT)").
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52.3
P0731=52.C BI: Fct digital output 1
Defines the source for digital output 1.
NOTE
The brake relay can also be controlled
from another digital output (if this is
available) or using a distributed I/O
module. Analog to DOUT 1, it should
be guaranteed that the I/Os are
controlled by the status bit “MHB
active”.
P0748 = 0
0
Inverting digital
outputs
This parameter allows the signals
to be output to be inverted.
Frequent settings:
52.0
52.1
52.2
52.3
52.4
52.5
52.6
52.7
52.8
52.9
52.A
52.B
52.C
52.D
52.E
52.F
53.0
53.1
Ready to power-up
Ready
Drive operational
Fault present
OFF2 active (present)
OFF3 active (present)
Power-on inhibit active (present)
Alarm active (present)
Deviation, setpoint/actual value
PZD / PLC control
Maximum frequency reached
Alarm: Motor current limit
Motor holding brake active
Motor overload
Motor dir. of rotation, clockwise
Frequency inverter overload
DC brake active
Actual freq. f_act > P2167 (f_off)
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
:
:
Invert DOUTs
0 ... 7
P0748 (0)
DOUT channel
CO/BO: State DOUTs
r0747
r0747.0
BI: Fct. of DOUT 1
Function
xxxx.y
rxxxx.y
P0731.C
(52:3)
int. 24 V
max. 100 mA
Kl.9
0
1
-1
P0731 = xxxx.y
COM Kl.20
NO
Relay :
Text
DC 30 V / 5 A
AC 250 V / 2 A
- max. opening / closing time
5 / 10 ms
NC
Kl.19
or
Kl.18
Kl.28
P1216 = ...
1.0 s
Holding brake release delay (entered in s)
Defines the time interval during which the frequency inverter runs with the min. frequency
p1080 after magnetizing, before the ramp-up starts.
P1216 ≥ brake opening time + relay opening time
P1217 = ...
1.0 s
Holding time after ramp-down (entered in s)
Defines time for which inverter runs at minimum frequency (p1080) after ramping down.
P1217 ≥ brake closing time + relay closing time
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6.4.18.4
P1230 = ...
Issue 10/06
DC brake
BI: Enabling the DC brake
This enables DC braking using a signal that was used from an external source. The
function remains active as long as the external input signal is active. DC braking causes
the motor to quickly stop by injecting a DC current
BI: Enable DC brk.
1
P1230.C
(0:0)
0
t
⏐f⏐
f*
f_set
DC braking
f_act
t
i
P0347
t
DC braking active
r0053 1
Bit00 0
t
Note: DC brake can be applied in drive states r0002 = 1, 4, 5
100 %
P1232 =...
DC braking current (entered in %)
Defines level of DC current in [%] relative to rated motor current (P0305).
P1233 =...
0s
Duration of DC braking (entered in s)
Defines duration for which DC injection braking is to be active following an OFF1 or OFF3
command.
1
ON
t
OFF1/OFF3
P0347
OFF2
t
⏐f⏐
P1234
OFF2
DC braking
t
DC braking active
r0053 1
Bit00 0
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P1233
t
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6 Commissioning
2
ON
OFF1/OFF3
t
P0347
OFF2
t
⏐f⏐
OFF ramp
OFF2
P1234
DC braking
OFF2
t
DC braking active
r0053 1
Bit00 0
P1234 =...
6.4.18.5
P1236 =...
t
P1233
650 Hz
DC braking start frequency (entered in Hz)
Sets the start frequency for the DC brake.
Compound braking
0%
Compound braking current (entered in %)
Defines DC level superimposed on AC waveform after exceeding DC-link voltage threshold
of compound braking. The value is entered in [%] relative to rated motor current (P0305).
(see also 6.4.12").
If P1254 = 0 :
Compound braking switch-on level
otherwise :
Compound braking switch-on level
= 1.13 ⋅ 2 ⋅ Vmains = 1.13 ⋅ 2 ⋅ P0210
U
= 0.98 ⋅ r1242
DC_Comp
DC_Comp
P1236 = 0
Without Compound braking
⏐f⏐
U
P1236 > 0
With Compound braking
⏐f⏐
f_set
f_act
f_set
f_act
t
i
t
i
t
uDC-link
t
uDC-link
UDC_Comp
t
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6.4.18.6
Issue 10/06
Dynamic braking
The following settings should always be made:
¾ The Vdc_max controller de-activated P1240 = 0
¾ The compound brake de-activated
P1236 = 0
¾ Resistor brake activated
P1237 > 0
P1237 = ...
(def.: P1240 = 1)
(def.: P1236 = 0)
(def.: P1237 = 0)
0
Dynamic braking
Dynamic braking is activated using parameter P1237 – the nominal (rated) duty cycle as
well as the switch-in duration of the braking resistor are also defined.
0 Inhibited
1 Load duty cycle 5 %
2 Load duty cycle 10 %
3 Load duty cycle 20 %
4 Load duty cycle 50 %
5 Load duty cycle 100 %
Using the dynamic brake, the regenerative feedback energy is transferred to the external
braking resistor using the chopper control (braking chopper); it is converted into thermal
energy (heat) in this resistor. This dynamic braking allows the drive to be braked in a
controlled fashion. This function is not available for sizes FX and GX.
Chopper resistor
MM4
~
6.4.18.7
B+
=
~
B-
=
Chopper
control
~
Vdc controller
1
P1240 =...
Configuration of Vdc controller
Enables / disables Vdc controller.
0 Vdc controller disabled
1 Vdc-max controller enabled
P1254 =...
1
Auto detect Vdc switch-on levels
Enables/disables auto-detection of switch-on
levels for Vdc control functionalities.
0 Disabled
1 Enabled
VDC
r1242
VDC_max -controller active
r0056 Bit14
t
A0911
1
0
t
⏐f⏐
fact
fset
t
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Load torque monitoring
This function monitors the transmission of force between a motor and driven load
within a defined frequency range. Typical applications include, for example,
detecting when a transmission belt breaks or detecting when a conveyor belt is in
an overload condition.
For the load torque monitoring, the actual frequency/torque actual value is
compared to a programmed frequency/torque characteristic (refer to P2182 –
P2190). Depending on P2181, the system monitors whether the permissible torque
curve is either exceeded or fallen below. If the actual value lies outside the
tolerance bandwidth, then after the delay time P2192 has expired, either alarm
A0952 is output or fault F0452.
P2181 = ...
P2182 = ...
Belt failure detection mode
Parameter P2181 activates or de-activates the load torque monitoring and defines the
response to a load torque fault.
0 Belt failure detection disabled
1 Warning: Low torque / frequency
2 Warning: High torque / frequency
3 Warning: High / low torque / frequency
4 Trip: Low torque / frequency
5 Trip: High torque / frequency
6 Trip: High / low torque / frequency
5.00
Belt threshold frequency 1
Sets a frequency threshold 1 for comparing actual torque to torque the envelope for belt
failure detection.
P2183 = ...
Belt threshold frequency 2
Sets a frequency threshold 2.
30.00
P2184 = ...
Belt threshold frequency 3
Sets a frequency threshold 3.
50.00
P2185 = ...
Upper torque threshold 1
Upper limit threshold value 1 for comparing actual torque.
99999.0
P2186 = ...
Lower torque threshold 1
Lower limit threshold value 1 for comparing actual torque.
0.0
P2187 = ...
Upper torque threshold 2
Upper limit threshold value 2 for comparing actual torque.
99999.0
P2188 = ...
Lower torque threshold 2
Lower limit threshold value 2 for comparing actual torque.
0.0
P2189 = ...
Upper torque threshold 3
Upper limit threshold value 3 for comparing actual torque.
99999.0
P2190 = ...
Lower torque threshold 3
Lower limit threshold value 3 for comparing actual torque.
0.0
P2192 = ...
10
Time delay for belt failure
P2192 defines a delay before warning/trip becomes active. It is used to eliminate events
caused by transient conditions. It is used for both methods of fault detection.
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|Torque| [Nm]
P1080
Min. frequency
P1082
Max. frequency
P2189
Upper torque threshold 3
P2190
Lower torque threshold 3
P2187
Upper torque threshold 2
P2188
Lower torque threshold 2
P2185
Upper torque threshold 1
P2186
Lower torque threshold 1
|Frequency|
[Hz]
P2183
P2182
P2184
Threshold frequency 2
Threshold frequency 1
Threshold frequency 3
Boundary zones
De-activated monitoring
62
Envelope curve
Active monitoring
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PID controller
P2200 =...
0.0
BI: Enable PID controller
PID mode Allows user to enable/disable the PID controller. Setting to 1 enables the PID
controller. Setting 1 automatically disables normal ramp times set in P1120 and P1121 and
the normal frequency setpoints.
r2251 =...
PID mode
Configuration of PID controller.
0 PID as setpoint
1 PID as trim
P2253 =...
CI: PID setpoint
Defines setpoint source for PID setpoint input.
P2254 =...
0.0
CI: PID trim source
Selects trim source for PID setpoint. This signal is multiplied by the trim gain and added to
the PID setpoint.
P2257 =...
Ramp-up time for PID setpoint
Sets the ramp-up time for the PID setpoint.
1.00 s
P2258 =...
Ramp-down time for PID setpoint
Sets ramp-down time for PID setpoint.
1.00 s
P2264 =...
CI: PID feedback
Selects the source of the PID feedback signal.
755.0
P2267 =...
Max. value for PID feedback
Sets the upper limit for the value of the feedback signal in [%]..
P2268 =...
Min. value for PID feedback
Sets lower limit for value of feedback signal in [%]..
r2273 =...
CO: PID error
Displays PID error (difference) signal between setpoint and feedback signals in [%].
P2274 =...
PID derivative time
Sets PID derivative time.
P2274 = 0:
The derivative term does not have any effect (it applies a gain of 1).
0.000
P2280 =...
PID proportional gain
Allows user to set proportional gain for PID controller.
3.000
P2285 =...
PID integral time
Sets integral time constant for PID controller.
P2291 =...
PID output upper limit
Sets upper limit for PID controller output in [%].
P2292 =...
PID output lower limit
Sets lower limit for the PID controller output in [%].
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0.0
100.00 %
0.00 %
0.000 s
100.00 %
0.00 %
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Controller structures
These structures are selected using parameters P2200 and P2251.
SUM
Setpoint via
PID controller
RFG
PID-RFG
1
P2200 = 0:0 2)
P2251 = 0
VSD *
−
ON:
active
OFF1/3: active
ON:
OFF1/3:
2
P2200 = 1:0 2)
P2251 = 0
−
PID control
ON:
OFF1/3: active
ON:
active
OFF1/3:
-
3
P2200 = 0:0 1)
P2251 = 1
VSD *
−
ON:
active
OFF1/3: active
ON:
OFF1/3:
4
P2200 = 1:0 1)
P2251 = 1
ON:
active
OFF1/3: active
ON:
active
OFF1/3: active
Dancer control
1) will take change with drive running
2) change only taken when drive stopped
-
-
* Variable speed drive (VSD)
P2253
PID
SUM
PID
RFG
USS
BOP link
USS
COM link
P2264
CB
COM link
P2200
PID
PT1
PID
SCL
P2265
P2271
P2285
P2280
P2261
PID
PT1
P2270
PID
FF
P2254
P2269
ADC
P2257
PID
MOP
P2258
PID control
0
PID
−
∆PID
0
Motor
control
1
PIDOutput
&
P2251
ADC2
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Parameter
Parameter text
Example
P2200
P2253
P2264
P2267
P2268
P2280
P2285
P2291
P2292
BI: Enable PID controller
CI: PID setpoint
CI: PID feedback
Max. PID feedback
Min. PID feedback
PID proportional gain
PID integral time
PID output upper limit
PID output lower limit
P2200 = 1.0
P2253 = 2224
P2264 = 755
P2267
P2268
P2280
P2285
P2291
P2292
PID controller active
PID-FF1
ADC
Adapt to the application
Adapt to the application
Determined by optimizing
Determined by optimizing
Adapt to the application
Adapt to the application
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PID cancer control
PID
SUM
P2253
USS
COM link
CB
COM link
P2264
ADC2
P2200
Parameter
P1070
P2200
PID
PT1
P2269
USS
BOP link
PID
RFG
−
∆PID
P2265
P2271
BI: Enable PID controller
CI: PID setpoint
Fixed setpoint (FF)
1050
MOP
755.0
Analog input 1
2015.1
USS on BOP link
2019.1
USS on COM link
2050.1
CB on COM link
0
1
CI: PID feedback
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PID controller de-activated
PID controller always active
Digital input x
BICO parameter
PID as trim
1024
Fixed setpoint (FF)
1050
MOP
755.0
Analog input 1
2015.1
USS on BOP link
2019.1
USS on COM link
2050.1
P2264
Meaning
1024
722.x
P2253
PIDOutput
Setting
BICO
PID mode
1
P2251
=1
1.0
P2251
Motor
control
&
PID
SCL
CI: Main setpoint
0
0
PID
PID
PT1
Parameter text
P2285
P2254
FF
RFG
P2280
P2257
ADC
AFM
P2270
SUM
P1075
P2258
MOP
P2261
P1070
P1121
P1120
Closed-loop dancer roll control is selected with P2251 = P2200 = 1. Important parameters
and the structure are shown in the following diagrams.
CB on COM link
755.0
Analog input 1
755.1
Analog input 2
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P0500 = ...
P2481 = ...
0
Technological application
Selects technological application. Sets control mode (P1300).
0 Constant torque
1 Pumps and fans
3 Simple Positioning
1.00
Gearbox ratio input
Defines the ratio between number of motor shaft revolutions to equal one revolution of the
gearbox output shaft.
Motor
Load
Gear
Ü
nMotor
n Load
Ü=
P2482 = ...
P2484 = ...
Motor revolutions
Load revolutions
=
P2481
P2482
1.00
Gearbox ratio output
Defines the ratio between number of motor shaft revolutions to equal one revolution of the
gearbox output shaft.
No. of shaft turns = 1 Unit
Sets the number of rotations of the motor shaft required to represent 1 unit of user
selected units.
1.00
Distance s
Pulley radius r
Load
U
tor
Mo
P2484 =
P2488 = ...
U
No. of revolutions
=
1 [unit]
s
Distance / No. of revolutions
Sets the required distance or number of revolutions (see P2484).
Motor
Gear
f
fOFF1
1.00
s = P2488 =
OFF1
1
.. t
⋅f
2 OFF1 P2488
t
tP2488
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6.4.18.11 Free function blocks (FFB)
P2800 =...
0
Enable FFBs
Parameter P2800 is used to activate all free function blocks (generally, P2800 is set to 1).
Possible settings:
0 Inhibited
1 Enabled
P2801 =...
0.0
Activate FFBs
Parameter P2801 is used to individually enable (activate) the free function blocks P2801[0]
to P2801[16] (P2801[x] > 0).
Further, parameters P2801 and P2802 are used to define the chronological sequence of
all of the function blocks. The table below indicates that the priority increases from left to
right and from bottom to top.
Possible settings:
0 Inactive
1 Level 1
2 Level 2
3 Level 3
Example:
P2801[3] = 2, P2801[4] = 2, P2802[3] = 3, P2802[4] = 2
FFBs are calculated in the following sequence:
P2802[3], P2801[3] , P2801[4], P2802[4]
The active function blocks are calculated every 132 ms.
P2802 =...
Activate FFBs
Parameter P2802 is used to individually enable (activate) the free function blocks P2802[0]
to P2802[13] (P2802[x] > 0).
Possible settings:
0 Inactive
1 Level 1
2 Level 2
3 Level 3
3
Level
Level
2
1
high
P2802 [13]
P2802 [12]
P2802 [11]
P2802 [10]
P2802 [9]
P2802 [8]
P2802 [7]
P2802 [6]
P2802 [5]
P2802 [4]
P2802 [3]
P2802 [2]
P2802 [1]
P2802 [0]
P2801 [16]
P2801 [15]
P2801 [14]
P2801 [13]
P2801 [12]
P2801 [11]
P2801 [10]
P2801 [9]
P2801 [8]
P2801 [7]
P2801 [6]
P2801 [5]
P2801 [4]
P2801 [3]
P2801 [2]
P2801 [1]
P2801 [0]
CMP 2
CMP 1
DIV 2
DIV 1
MUL 2
MUL 1
SUB 2
SUB 1
ADD 2
ADD 1
Timer 4
Timer 3
Timer 2
Timer 1
RS-FF 3
RS-FF 2
RS-FF 1
D-FF 2
D-FF 1
NOT 3
NOT 2
NOT 1
XOR 3
XOR 2
XOR 1
OR 3
OR 2
OR 1
AND 3
AND 2
AND 1
Inactive 0
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Level
Priority 2
Priority 1
low
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FFB
Input parameters
Output parameters
AND1
AND2
AND3
P2810[2]
P2812[2]
P2814[2]
BI: AND 1
BI: AND 2
BI: AND 3
r2811
r2813
r2815
BO: AND 1
BO: AND 2
BO: AND 3
–
–
–
OR1
OR2
OR3
P2816[2]
P2818[2]
P2820[2]
BI: OR 1
BI: OR 2
BI: OR 3
r2817
r2819
r2821
BO: OR 1
BO: OR 2
BO: OR 3
–
–
–
XOR1
XOR2
XOR3
P2822[2]
P2824[2]
P2826[2]
BI: XOR 1
BI: XOR 2
BI: XOR 3
r2823
r2825
r2827
BO: XOR 1
BO: XOR 2
BO: XOR 3
–
–
–
NOT1
NOT2
NOT3
P2828
P2830
P2832
BI: NOT 1
BI: NOT 2
BI: NOT 3
r2829
r2831
r2833
BO: NOT 1
BO: NOT 2
BO: NOT 3
–
–
–
D-FF1
P2834[4]
BI: D-FF 1
P2837[4]
BI: D-FF 2
BO: Q D-FF 1
BO: NOT-Q D-FF 1
BO: Q D-FF 2
BO: NOT-Q D-FF 2
–
D-FF2
r2835
r2836
r2838
r2839
RS-FF1
P2840[4]
BI: RS-FF 1
P2843[4]
BI: RS-FF 2
RS-FF3
P2846[4]
BI: RS-FF 3
BO: Q RS-FF 1
BO: NOT-Q RS-FF 1
BO: Q RS-FF 2
BO: NOT-Q RS-FF 2
BO: Q RS-FF 3
BO: NOT-Q RS-FF 3
–
RS-FF2
r2841
r2842
r2844
r2845
r2847
r2848
Timer1
P2849
BI: Timer 1
Timer2
P2854
BI: Timer 2
Timer3
P2859
BI: Timer 3
Timer4
P2864
BI: Timer 4
r2852
r2853
r2857
r2858
r2862
r2863
r2867
r2868
BO: Timer 1
BO: NOT Timer 1
BO: Timer 2
BO: NOT Timer 2
BO: Timer 3
BO: NOT Timer 3
BO: Timer 4
BO: NOT Timer 4
ADD1
ADD2
P2869[2]
P2871[2]
CI: ADD 1
CI: ADD 2
r2870
r2872
CO: ADD 1
CO: ADD 2
–
–
SUB1
SUB2
P2873[2]
P2875[2]
CI: SUB 1
CI: SUB 2
r2874
r2876
CO: SUB 1
CO: SUB 2
–
–
MUL1
MUL2
P2877[2]
P2879[2]
CI: MUL 1
CI: MUL 2
r2878
r2880
CO: MUL 1
CO: MUL 2
–
–
DIV1
DIV2
P2881[2]
P2883[2]
CI: DIV 1
CI: DIV 2
r2882
r2884
CO: DIV 1
CO: DIV 2
–
–
CMP1
CMP2
P2885[2]
P2887[2]
CI: CMP 1
CI: CMP 2
r2886
r2888
BO: CMP 1
BO: CMP 2
–
–
FSW1
FSW2
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–
–
–
–
Setting parameters
–
–
–
P2850
P2851
P2855
P2856
P2860
P2861
P2865
P2866
P2889
P2890
Delay time of Timer 1
Mode Timer 1
Delay time of Timer 2
Mode Timer 2
Delay time of Timer 3
Mode Timer 3
Delay time of Timer 4
Mode Timer 4
CO: FSW 1 in [%]
CO: FSW 2 in [%]
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Data sets
For many applications it is beneficial to have the possibility to change several
parameter settings simultaneous during operation or in the state ready to run with
an external signal. By indexing it is possible to set a parameter to several values
which can be activated by data set change-over. There are the following data sets:
¾ CDS Command Data Set
¾ DDS Drive Data Set
Command data set (CDS)
P0810 =...
0
Command data set CDS bit 0 (local / remote)
Selects the command source in which bit 0 should be read-out to select a command data
set (CDS).
Selecting CDS
BI: CDS bit 1
P0811
(0:0)
CO/BO: Act CtrlWd2
r0055 .15
r0055 .15
3
2
BI: CDS b0 loc/rem
CO/BO: Act CtrlWd1
1
P0810
r0054 .15
r0054 .15
(0:0)
0
Active CDS
r0050
t
Changeover time
approx. 4 ms
Changeover time
approx. 4 ms
3
2
CO: Active CDS
r0050
1
0
t
The currently active command data set (CDS) is displayed using parameter r0050.
P0811 =...
BI: CDS bit 1
Selects command source from which to read Bit 1 for selecting a command data set
(see P0810).
Example for CDS changeover:
CDS1: Command source via terminals and setpoint source via analog input (ADC)
CDS2: Command source via BOP and setpoint source via MOP
CDS changeover is realized using digital input 4 (DIN 4)
Steps:
1. Carry-out commissioning for CDS1 (P0700[0] = 2 and P1000[0] = 2)
2. Connect P0810 (P0811 if required) to the CDS changeover source
(P0704[0] = 99, P0810 = 722.3)
3. Copy from CDS1 to CDS2 (P0809[0] = 0, P0809[1] = 1, P0809[2] = 2)
4. Adapt CDS2 parameters (P0700[1] = 1 and P1000[1] = 1)
DIN4
Terminals
BOP
ADC
MOP
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P0810 = 722.3
P0700[0] = 2
0
Sequence control
P0700[1] = 1
P1000[0] = 2
P1000[1] = 1
1
0
1
Setpoint
channel
Motor
control
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Drive data set (DDS)
P0820 = ...
0
Drive data set (DDS) bit 0
Selects the command source from which bit 0 should be read-out to select a drive data set.
Operation
Ready
t
Select DDS
BI: DDS bit 1
P0821
(0:0)
CO/BO: Act CtrlWd2
3
r0055 .05
r0055 .05
2
BI: DDS bit 0
CO/BO: Act CtrlWd2
1
P0820
(0:0)
Active DDS
r0051[1]
r0055 .04
r0055 .04
0
t
Changeover time
approx. 50 ms
Changeover time
approx. 50 ms
3
2
CO: Active DDS
r0051 .01
[2]
1
0
t
The currently active drive data set (DDS) is displayed using parameter r0051[1].
P0821 = ...
70
0:0
BI: DDS bit 1
Selects command source from which Bit 1 for selecting a drive data set is to be read in
(see parameter P0820).
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Example:
1. Commissioning steps with a motor:
− Carry-out commissioning at DDS1.
− Connect P0820 (P0821 if required) to the DDS changeover source
(e.g. using DIN 4: P0704[0] = 99, P0820 = 722.3).
− Copy DDS1 to DDS2 (P0819[0] = 0, P0819[1] = 1, P0819[2] = 2).
− Adapt DDS2 parameters
(e.g. ramp-up / ramp-down times P1120[1] and P1121[1]).
Sequence control
SUM
setpoint
ADC
AFM
Motor
control
RFG
Gating unit
DIN
M
P0820 = 722.3
DIN4
0
1
P1120
P1121
[1]
[2]
[0]
DDS1 DDS2 DDS3
2. Commissioning steps with 2 motors (motor 1, motor 2):
−
−
−
−
Commission motor 1; adapt the remaining DDS1 parameters.
Connect P0820 (P0821 if required) to the DDS changeover source
(e.g. via DIN 4: P0704[0] = 99, P0820 = 722.3).
Changeover to DDS2 (check using r0051).
Commission motor 2; adapt the remaining DDS2 parameters.
MM4
Motor 1
K1
M1
Motor 2
K2
M2
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Diagnostic parameters
r0021
CO: Act. filtered frequency
Displays actual inverter output frequency (r0021) excluding slip compensation, resonance
damping and frequency limitation.
r0022
Act. filtered rotor speed
Displays calculated rotor speed based on inverter output frequency [Hz] x 120 / number of
poles.
r0022 [1/min] = r0021 [Hz] ⋅
r0032
60
r0313
CO: Act. filtered power
Displays motor power (power output at the motor shaft).
ω, M
Motor
Pmech = ω ⋅ M = 2 ⋅ π ⋅ f ⋅ M
⇒
r0022
1
⋅2⋅π⋅
[1/min] ⋅ r0031 [Nm]
r0032 [kW] =
60
1000
r0032 [hp] = 0.75 ⋅ r0032 [kW]
r0035
CO: Motor temperature
Displays the measured motor temperature in °C.
r0036
CO: Frequency inverter utilization
Displays the frequency inverter utilization as a % referred to the overload. In so doing, the
value is calculated using the I2t model.
The I2t actual value relative to the maximum possible I2t value provides the level of
utilization.
r0039
CO: Energy consumpt. meter [kWh]
Displays electrical energy used by inverter since display was last reset.
t ist
t ist
0
0
r0039 = ∫ P W ⋅ dt = ∫ 3 ⋅ u ⋅ i ⋅ cos ϕ ⋅ dt
r0052
72
CO/BO: Act. status word 1
Displays the first active status word (ZSW) of the frequency inverter (bit format) and can be
used to diagnose the inverter status.
Bit00
Bit01
Bit02
Bit03
Drive
Drive
Drive
Drive
Bit04
Bit05
Bit06
Bit07
ready
ready to run
running
fault active
0
0
0
0
NO
NO
NO
NO
1
1
1
1
YES
YES
YES
YES
OFF2 active
OFF3 active
ON inhibit active
Drive warning active
0
0
0
0
YES
YES
NO
NO
1
1
1
1
NO
NO
YES
YES
Bit08
Bit09
Bit10
Bit11
Deviation setpoint / act. value
PZD control
Maximum frequency reached
Warning: Motor current limit
0
0
0
0
YES
NO
NO
YES
1
1
1
1
NO
YES
YES
NO
Bit12
Bit13
Bit14
Bit15
Motor holding brake active
Motor overload
Motor runs right
Inverter overload
0
0
0
0
NO
YES
NO
YES
1
1
1
1
YES
NO
YES
NO
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CO/BO: Control word 1
Displays the first control word (STW) of the frequency inverter and can be used to display
the active commands.
Bit00
Bit01
Bit02
Bit03
ON/OFF1
OFF2: Electrical stop
OFF3: Fast stop
Pulse enable
0
0
0
0
NO
YES
YES
NO
1
1
1
1
YES
NO
NO
YES
Bit04
Bit05
Bit06
Bit07
RFG enable
RFG start
Setpoint enable
Fault acknowledge
0
0
0
0
NO
NO
NO
NO
1
1
1
1
YES
YES
YES
YES
Bit08
Bit09
Bit10
Bit11
JOG right
JOG left
Control from PLC
Reverse (setpoint inversion)
0
0
0
0
NO
NO
NO
NO
1
1
1
1
YES
YES
YES
YES
Bit13
Bit14
Bit15
Motor potentiometer MOP up
Motor potentiometer MOP down
CDS Bit 0 (Local/Remote)
0
0
0
NO
NO
NO
1
1
1
YES
YES
YES
CO: Actual frequency
Displays the actual frequency in Hz.
60
r0313
Frequency actual values:
Smoothed speed act. value
160 ms
V/f
SLVC
(observer
model)
P1300
Smoothed freq. actual value
r0021
<20
Frequency actual value
r0063
20,22
r0313
60 ⋅ P0408
0
Encoder
P0400
r0022
21,23
Freq.act.value fr. the encoder
0
r0061
1,2
P1300 = 21,23 and P0400 = 0 --> F0090
r0067
CO: Act. output current limit
Displays valid maximum output current of inverter.
P0305
P0640
Motor
Inverter
r0072
Motor protection
Min
r0067
r0209
Inverter protection
CO: Act. output voltage
Displays output voltage.
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CO: Selected frequency setpoint
Displays the selected frequency setpoint.
The following frequency setpoints are displayed:
• r1078 total setpoint (HSW + ZUSW)
• P1058 JOG frequency, clockwise
• P1059 JOG frequency, counter-clockwise.
JOG
Setpoint
source
Reverse
r1079
r1078
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P1110
P1091
Inhibit
neg. freq.
setpoint
Skip
frequency
r1114
P1080 P1082 P1120 P1135
...
IfI
Motor
control
RFG
r0020
r1170
r1119
r1114
CO: Freq. setpoint after dir. ctrl.
Displays the setpoint (reference) frequency in Hz after the function block to reverse the
direction of rotation.
r1170
CO: : Frequency setpoint after RFG
Displays the total frequency setpoint (reference value) in Hz after the ramp-function
generator.
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6 Commissioning
Series commissioning
An existing parameter set can be transferred to a MICROMASTER 440 frequency
inverter using STARTER or DriveMonitor (refer to Section 4.1 "Establishing
communications MICROMASTER 440 ⇔ STARTER").
Typical applications for series commissioning include:
1. If several drives are to be commissioned that have the same configuration and
same functions. A quick / application commissioning (first commissioning) must
be carried-out for the first drive. Its parameter values are then transferred to the
other drives.
2. When replacing MICROMASTER 440 frequency inverters.
6.6
Parameter reset of factory setting
START
P0003 = 1
User access level
1 Standard
1
P0004 = 0
Parameter filter
0 All parameters
0
P0010 = 30
Commissioning parameter
30 Factory setting
0
P0970 = 1
Factory reset
0 disabled
1 Parameter reset
0
END
The drive inverter carries-out a parameter reset (duration, approx. 10 s) and then
automatically exits the reset menu and sets:
P0970 = 0 :
disabled
P0010 = 0 :
ready
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Displays and messages
7.1
LED status display
LEDs for indicating
the drive state
OFF
ON
approx. 0.3 s, flashing
approx. 1 s, twinkling
Mains not present
Inverter fault
other than the ones listed below
Warning current limit
both LEDs twinkling same time
Other warnings
both LEDs twinkling alternatively
Inverter running
Undervoltage trip / undervoltage warning
Fault overcurrent
Drive is not in ready state
Ready to run
Fault overvoltage
Fault motor overtemperature
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Fault inverter temperature
ROM failure
both LEDs flashing same time
RAM failure
both LEDs flashing alternatively
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7 Displays and messages
Fault messages and Alarm messages
Fault
Significance
Alarm
Significance
F0001
Overcurrent
A0501
Current Limit
F0002
Overvoltage
A0502
Overvoltage limit
F0003
Undervoltage
A0503
Undervoltage Limit
F0004
Inverter Overtemperature
A0504
Inverter Overtemperature
A0505
Inverter I2t
F0005
Inverter I t
F0011
Motor Overtemperature I2t
A0506
Inverter Duty Cycle
F0012
Inverter temp. signal lost
A0511
Motor Overtemperature I2t
F0015
Motor temperature signal lost
A0520
Rectifier Overtemperature
F0020
Mains Phase Missing
A0521
Ambient Overtemperature
F0021
Earth fault
A0522
I2C read out timeout
F0022
HW monitoring active
A0523
Output fault
F0023
Output fault
A0535
Braking Resistor Hot
F0024
Rectifier Over Temperature
A0541
Motor Data Identification Active
F0030
Fan has failed
A0542
Speed Control Optimization Active
F0035
Auto restart after n
A0590
Encoder feedback loss warning
F0040
Automatic Calibration Failure
A0600
RTOS Overrun Warning
F0041
Motor Data Identification Failure
A0700 - CB warning 1
F0042
Speed Control Optimization Failure
...
...
2
F0051
Parameter EEPROM Fault
A0709
CB warning 9
F0052
Power stack Fault
A0710
CB communication error
F0053
IO EEPROM Fault
A0711
CB configuration error
F0054
Wrong IO Board
A0910
Vdc-max controller de-activated
F0060
Asic Timeout
A0911
Vdc-max controller active
F0070
CB setpoint fault
A0912
Vdc-min controller active
F0071
USS (BOP link) setpoint fault
A0920
ADC parameters not set properly
F0072
USS (COM link) setpoint fault
A0921
DAC parameters not set properly
F0080
ADC lost input signal
A0922
No load applied to inverter
F0085
External Fault
A0923
Both JOG Left and Right are requested
F0090
Encoder feedback loss
A0952
Belt Failure Detected
F0101
Stack Overflow
A0936
PID Autotuning Active
F0221
PID Feedback below min. value
F0222
PID Feedback above max. value
F0450
BIST Tests Failure
(Service mode only)
F0452
Belt Failure Detected
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