L−force Drives
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EDS84DG752
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Translation
8400 motec
Hardware Manual
0.37 ... 7.5 kW
E84DVBM...
Zx5...
Decentralised frequency inverter
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Contents
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About this documentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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1.1
Validity information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7
1.2
Document history . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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1.3
Conventions used . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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1.4
Terms and abbreviations used . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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1.5
Notes used . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12
2.1
General safety and application notes for Lenze controllers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12
2.2
General safety and application notes for Lenze motors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
15
2.3
Residual hazards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Product description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
19
3.1
System overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
19
3.2
Device features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
20
3.3
Identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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3.4
Product key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.4.1
Wiring Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.4.2
Frame Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.4.3
Communication Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.4.4
Drive Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.4.5
8400 motec Set . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.4.6
Field Package without switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.4.7
Field Package with switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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3.5
Overview of control terminals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Technical data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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4.1
General data and operating conditions
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4.2
Rated data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.2.1
Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.2.2
Operation at rated mains voltage 400 V . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.2.3
Operation with increased power at a 400 V mains . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.2.4
Operation with rated mains voltage 480 V . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.2.5
Operation with increased power on a 480 V system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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42
4.3
Device protection by current derating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.3.1
Frame Unit / Field Package without switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.3.2
Frame Unit / Field Package with switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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4.4
Overcurrent operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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4.5
Switching frequency reduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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4.6
Power terminals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.6.1
8400 motec 0.37...3kW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.6.2
8400 motec 4...7.5kW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.6.3
8400 motec Field Package . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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4.7
Control terminals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.7.1
Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.7.2
General data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.7.3
AS−Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.7.4
CANopen® . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.7.5
EtherCAT® . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.7.6
EtherNet/IP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.7.7
PROFIBUS® . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.7.8
PROFINET® . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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65
4.8
Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.8.1
Standard motor mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.8.2
Field Package without switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.8.3
Field Package with switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
69
5.1
Important notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
69
5.2
Safety instructions for the installation according to UL/CSA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
72
5.3
Installation according to EMC (installation of a CE−typical drive system) . . . . . . .
5.3.1
Shielding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.3.2
Motor cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.3.3
Control cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.3.4
Detecting and eliminating EMC interferences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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5.4
Installation of 8400 motec pre−assembled on the motor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.4.1
Installation instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.4.2
Plug at the Wiring Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.4.3
Attaching the cable gland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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5.5
Retrofitting the 8400 motec controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.5.1
Installation instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.5.2
Preparing a motor for the 8400 motec installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.5.3
Mounting the Wiring Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.5.4
Mounting of the Communication Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.5.5
Settings at the Drive Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.5.6
Mounting of the Drive Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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5.6
Measures when drive is used in IT systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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5.7
Wall mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.7.1
Installation instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.7.2
Wall adapter for 0.37...3.0kW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.7.3
Wall adapter for 4...7.5kW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.7.4
Frame Unit / Field Package without switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.7.5
Frame Unit / Field Package with switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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89
5.8
Power terminals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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5.9
Control terminals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.9.1
Basic I/O . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.9.2
Standard I/O . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.9.3
Extended I/O . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.9.4
AS−Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.9.5
AS−Interface STO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.9.6
CANopen® . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.9.7
CANopen® STO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.9.8
EtherCAT® . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.9.9
EtherCAT® STO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.9.10 EtherNet/IP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.9.11 EtherNet/IP STO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.9.12 PROFIBUS® . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.9.13 PROFIBUS® STO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.9.14 PROFINET® . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.9.15 PROFINET® STO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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93
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100
102
104
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108
110
112
114
116
118
Commissioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
120
6.1
Before you start . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
120
6.2
Handling the memory module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
122
6.3
Commissioning via DIP switch/potentiometer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.3.1
DIP switch / potentiometer assignment 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.3.2
DIP switch / potentiometer assignment 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.3.3
Before switching on . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.3.4
Commissioning steps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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127
130
134
135
6.4
Commissioning via the diagnosis terminal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.4.1
Display elements and function keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.4.2
Menu structure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.4.3
User menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.4.4
Commissioning steps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.4.5
SET mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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137
138
138
140
143
6.5
Diagnostics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Braking operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
145
7.1
Braking operation without additional measures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
145
7.2
Braking operation with brake resistor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.2.1
Selection of the brake resistors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.2.2
Wiring of brake resistor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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146
147
7.3
Operation with spring−applied brake . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.3.1
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.3.2
Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
150
150
150
Safety engineering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
151
8.1
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
151
8.2
Important notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8.2.1
Hazard and risk analysis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8.2.2
Standards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
152
153
153
8.3
Basics for safety sensors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
154
8.4
Operating mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8.4.1
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8.4.2
Disconnecting paths . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8.4.3
Safety status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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155
155
156
8.5
Technical data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
157
8.6
Electrical installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
159
8.7
Certification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
160
Accessories (overview) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
161
9.1
Wall mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9.1.1
Wall adapter for 0.37...3.0kW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9.1.2
Wall adapter for 4...7.5kW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9.1.3
Frame Unit without switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9.1.4
Frame Unit with switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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161
162
162
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9.2
Plug connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9.2.1
M12 plug−in connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9.2.2
Plug−in modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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9.3
Memory module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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9.4
Diagnosis terminal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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9.5
Switch/potentiometer unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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9.6
Internal brake resistors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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9.7
External brake resistors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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10.1 Total index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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About this documentation
1.1
Validity information
Contents
This Hardware Manual informs you how to use the motec version of the 8400 controller
series as directed.
Validity
Type
Type designation
8400 motec
E84DVBM...
from hardware
version
VA
from software version
01.00
Target group
This Hardware Manual is intended for all persons who design, install, commission, and
adjust controllers of the 8400 Inverter Drives product range.
Tip!
Information and tools concerning the Lenze products can be found in the
download area at
www.lenze.com
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Document history
1.2
Document history
Material number
8
Version
Description
.Tl]
6.0
07/2016
TD29
General revision, supplements, and corrections
13424192
5.0
12/2014
TD15
UL notes in French for Canada
EAC conformity
General corrections
13410317
4.0
06/2012
TD15
General revision, supplements, and corrections
13392581
3.0
11/2011
TD15
Extension 4 ... 7.5 kW
13373547
2.0
04/2011
TD15
Extension 2.2 ... 3 kW, PROFINET, EtherCAT
13368432
1.1
01/2011
TD15
General revision, supplements, and corrections
13336684
1.0
09/2010
TD15
First edition
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Conventions used
1.3
Conventions used
This documentation uses the following conventions to distinguish between different
types of information:
Spelling of numbers
Point
Decimal separator
In general, the decimal point is used.
For instance: 1234.56
Warnings
UL warnings
UR warnings
Given in English and French
Text
Program name
»«
PC software
For example: »Engineer«, »Global Drive
Control« (GDC)
Page reference
Reference to another page with additional
information
For instance: 16 = see page 16
Documentation reference
Reference to another documentation with
additional information
For example: EDKxxx = see
documentation EDKxxx
Icons
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Terms and abbreviations used
1.4
Terms and abbreviations used
Term
Device size
Meaning
Used as generic term for a group of devices which have the same dimensions
(depth, height and width) but different power ratings.
Standard device
Used as generic term when actions and features are described which are very
similar or the same for different versions or device sizes, e.g.
l mechanical installation or
l power terminals
DU
Drive unit
8400 motec controller
CU
Communication unit
Optional interfaces per I/O, fieldbus, safety system
WU
Wiring unit
Ready−made motor connection, replaces the motor terminal box
Abbreviation
24O
Meaning
24 V voltage supply for non−safe monitoring
Cat.
Category according to EN 954−1 (valid until 30 November 2009)
DO
Non−safe feedback output
F−PLC
Safety PLC
GSDML
File containing device−specific data to establish PROFINET communication
GSE
File containing device−specific data to establish PROFIBUS communication
OFF state
Signal status of the safety sensors when they are activated or respond
ON state
Signal status of the safety sensors during normal operation
Opto supply
Optocoupler supply for controlling the drivers
OSSD
Output Signal Switching Device, tested signal output
PELV
Protective Extra Low Voltage
PL
Performance Level according to EN ISO 13849−1
PM
P/N switching signal paths
PP
P/P switching signal paths
PS
PROFIsafe
PWM
Pulse Width Modulation
S−Bus
Safety bus
SD−In
Safe input (Safe Digital Input)
SD−Out
Safe output (Safe Digital Output)
SELV
Safety Extra Low Voltage
SIA, SIB
Safe Input, channel A or B, respectively
SIL
Safety Integrity Level according to IEC 61508
SO
Integrated safety option
n.c.
Terminal not assigned
Abbreviation
STO
Safety function
Safe Torque Off
Former designation: safe standstill
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Notes used
1.5
Notes used
The following pictographs and signal words are used in this documentation to indicate
dangers and important information:
Safety instructions
Structure of safety instructions:
Danger!
(characterises the type and severity of danger)
Note
(describes the danger and gives information about how to prevent dangerous
situations)
Pictograph and signal word
Meaning
Danger!
Danger of personal injury through dangerous electrical voltage.
Reference to an imminent danger that may result in death or
serious personal injury if the corresponding measures are not
taken.
Danger!
Danger of personal injury through a general source of danger.
Reference to an imminent danger that may result in death or
serious personal injury if the corresponding measures are not
taken.
Stop!
Danger of property damage.
Reference to a possible danger that may result in property
damage if the corresponding measures are not taken.
Application notes
Pictograph and signal word
Meaning
Note!
Important note to ensure troublefree operation
Tip!
Useful tip for simple handling
Reference to another documentation
Special safety instructions and application notes
Pictograph and signal word
Meaning
Safety note or application note for the operation according to
UL or CSA requirements.
The measures are required to meet the requirements according
to UL or CSA.
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Warnings!
Warnings!
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General safety and application notes for Lenze controllers
2
Safety instructions
2.1
General safety and application notes for Lenze controllers
(in accordance with Low−Voltage Directive 2014/35/EU)
For your personal safety
Disregarding the following safety measures can lead to severe injury to persons and
damage to material assets:
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ƒ
Only use the product as directed.
ƒ
Never commission the product in the event of visible damage.
ƒ
Never commission the product before assembly has been completed.
ƒ
Do not carry out any technical changes on the product.
ƒ
Only use the accessories approved for the product.
ƒ
Only use original spare parts from Lenze.
ƒ
Observe all regulations for the prevention of accidents, directives and laws
applicable on site.
ƒ
Transport, installation, commissioning and maintenance work must only be carried
out by qualified personnel.
– Observe IEC 364 and CENELEC HD 384 or DIN VDE 0100 and IEC report 664 or
DIN VDE 0110 and all national regulations for the prevention of accidents.
– According to this basic safety information, qualified, skilled personnel are persons
who are familiar with the assembly, installation, commissioning, and operation of
the product and who have the qualifications necessary for their occupation.
ƒ
Observe all specifications in this documentation.
– This is the condition for safe and trouble−free operation and the achievement of
the specified product features.
– The procedural notes and circuit details described in this documentation are only
proposals. It’s up to the user to check whether they can be transferred to the
particular applications. Lenze Drives GmbH does not accept any liability for the
suitability of the procedures and circuit proposals described.
ƒ
Depending on their degree of protection, some parts of the Lenze controllers
(frequency inverters, servo inverters, DC speed controllers) and their accessory
components can be live, moving and rotating during operation. Surfaces can be hot.
– Non−authorised removal of the required cover, inappropriate use, incorrect
installation or operation, creates the risk of severe injury to persons or damage to
material assets.
– For more information, please see the documentation.
ƒ
High amounts of energy are produced in the controller. Therefore it is required to
wear personal protective equipment (body protection, headgear, eye protection, ear
protection, hand guard).
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General safety and application notes for Lenze controllers
Application as directed
Controllers are components which are designed for installation in electrical systems or
machines. They are not to be used as domestic appliances, but only for industrial purposes
according to EN 61000−3−2.
When controllers are installed into machines, commissioning (i.e. starting of the operation
as directed) is prohibited until it is proven that the machine complies with the regulations
of the EC Directive 2006/42/EC (Machinery Directive); EN 60204 must be observed.
Commissioning (i.e. starting of the operation as directed) is only allowed when there is
compliance with the EMC Directive (2004/108/EC).
The controllers meet the requirements of the Low−Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC. The
harmonised standard EN 61800−5−1 applies to the controllers.
The technical data and supply conditions can be obtained from the nameplate and the
documentation. They must be strictly observed.
Warning: Controllers are products which can be installed in drive systems of category C2
according to EN 61800−3. These products can cause radio interferences in residential areas.
In this case, special measures can be necessary.
Transport, storage
Please observe the notes on transport, storage, and appropriate handling.
Observe the climatic conditions according to the technical data.
Installation
The controllers must be installed and cooled according to the instructions given in the
corresponding documentation.
The ambient air must not exceed degree of pollution 2 according to EN 61800−5−1.
Ensure proper handling and avoid excessive mechanical stress. Do not bend any
components and do not change any insulation distances during transport or handling. Do
not touch any electronic components and contacts.
Controllers contain electrostatic sensitive devices which can easily be damaged by
inappropriate handling. Do not damage or destroy any electrical components since this
might endanger your health!
Electrical connection
When working on live controllers, observe the applicable national regulations for the
prevention of accidents.
The electrical installation must be carried out according to the appropriate regulations
(e.g. cable cross−sections, fuses, PE connection). Additional information can be obtained
from the documentation.
The documentation provides notes on EMC−compliant installation (shielding, earthing,
filter arrangement, and laying of cables). Please also observe these notes when installing
CE−labelled controllers. The manufacturer of the machine or plant is responsible for the
compliance with the required limit values associated with EMC legislation.
Lenze controllers may cause a DC current in the PE conductor. If a residual current device
is used as a protective means in the case of direct or indirect contact with a three−phase
controller, a residual current device of type B must be used on the current supply side of the
controller. If the controller has a single−phase supply, it is also permissible to use a residual
current device of type A. Apart from the use of a residual current device, other protective
measures can also be taken, such as isolation from the environment by double or
reinforced insulation, or separation from the supply system by means of a transformer.
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General safety and application notes for Lenze controllers
Operation
If necessary, systems including controllers must be equipped with additional monitoring
and protection devices according to the valid safety regulations (e.g. law on technical
equipment, regulations for the prevention of accidents). The controllers can be adapted to
your application. Please observe the corresponding information given in the
documentation.
After the controller has been disconnected from the supply voltage, all live components
and power terminals must not be touched immediately because capacitors can still be
charged. Please observe the corresponding stickers on the controller.
All protection covers and doors must be shut during operation.
Notes for UL−approved systems with integrated controllers: UL warnings are notes that
only apply to UL systems. The documentation contains special UL notes.
Safety functions
Certain controller versions support safety functions (e.g. "Safe torque off", formerly "Safe
standstill") according to the requirements of the EC Directive "Machinery" 2006/42/EC.
The notes provided in the documentation on drive−based safety must be strictly observed.
Maintenance and servicing
The controllers do not require any maintenance if the prescribed operating conditions are
observed.
Disposal
Recycle metal and plastic materials. Ensure professional disposal of assembled PCBs.
The product−specific safety and application notes given in these instructions must be
observed!
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General safety and application notes for Lenze motors
2.2
General safety and application notes for Lenze motors
(according to Low−Voltage Directive 2014/35/EU)
General
Low−voltage machines have dangerous, live and rotating parts as well as possibly hot
surfaces.
Synchronous machines induce voltages at open terminals during operation.
All operations serving transport, connection, commissioning and maintenance are to be
carried out by skilled, responsible technical personnel (observe EN 50110−1 (VDE 0105−1)
and IEC 60364). Improper handling can cause severe injuries or damages.
Lowvoltage machines may only be operated under the conditions that are indicated in the
section "Application as directed".
The conditions at the place of installation must comply with the data given on the
nameplate and in the documentation.
Application as directed
Lowvoltage machines are intended for commercial installations. They comply with the
harmonised standards of the series IEC/EN60034 (VDE 0530). Their use in potentially
explosive atmospheres is prohibited unless they are expressly intended for such use
(follow additional instructions).
Lowvoltage machines are components for installation into machines as defined in the
Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC. Commissioning is prohibited until the conformity of the
end product with this directive has been established (follow i. a. EN 60204−1).
Lowvoltage machines with IP23 protection or less are only intended for outdoor use when
applying special protective features.
The integrated brakes must not be used as safety brakes. It cannot be ruled out that factors
which cannot be influenced, such as oil ingress due to a defective Aside shaft seal, cause
a brake torque reduction.
Transport, storage
Damages must be reported immediately upon receipt to the forwarder; if required,
commissioning must be excluded. Tighten screwedin ring bolts before transport. They are
designed for the weight of the lowvoltage machines, do not apply extra loads. If necessary,
use suitable and adequately dimensioned means of transport (e. g. rope guides).
Remove transport locking devices before commissioning. Reuse them for further
transport. When storing low−voltage machines, ensure a dry, dustfree and low−vibration
(veff £ 0.2 mm/s) environment (bearing damage while being stored).
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General safety and application notes for Lenze motors
Installation
Ensure an even surface, solid foot/flange mounting and exact alignment if a direct clutch
is connected. Avoid resonances with the rotational frequency and double mains frequency
which may be caused by the assembly. Turn rotor by hand, listen for unusual slipping
noises. Check the direction of rotation when the clutch is not active (observe section
"Electrical connection").
Use appropriate means to mount or remove belt pulleys and clutches (heating) and cover
them with a touch guard. Avoid impermissible belt tensions.
The machines are halfkey balanced. The clutch must be halfkey balanced, too. The visible
jutting out part of the key must be removed.
If required, provide pipe connections. Designs with shaft end at bottom must be protected
with a cover which prevents the ingress of foreign particles into the fan. Free circulation of
the cooling air must be ensured. The exhaust air also the exhaust air of other machines
next to the drive system must not be taken in immediately.
Electrical connection
All operations must only be carried out by qualified and skilled personnel on the
lowvoltage machine at standstill and deenergised and provided with a safe guard to
prevent an unintentional restart.This also applies to auxiliary circuits (e. g. brake, encoder,
blower).
Check safe isolation from supply!
If the tolerances specified in EN 600341; IEC 34 (VDE 05301) voltage ±5 %, frequency ±2 %,
waveform, symmetry are exceeded, more heat will be generated and the electromagnetic
compatibility will be affected.
Observe the data on the nameplate, operating notes, and the connection diagram in the
terminal box.
The connection must ensure a continuous and safe electrical supply (no loose wire ends);
use appropriate cable terminals. The connection to the PE conductor must be safe. The
plug−in connectors must be bolt tightly (tostop).
The clearances between blank, live parts and to earth must not fall below 8 mm at
Vrated £ 550 V, 10 mm at Vrated £ 725 V, 14 mm at Vrated £ 1000 V.
The terminal box must be free of foreign particles, dirt and moisture. All unused cable
entries and the box itself must be sealed against dust and water.
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Commissioning and operation
Before commissioning after longer storage periods, measure insulation resistance. In case
of values £ 1 kW per volt of rated voltage, dry winding.
For trial run without output elements, lock the featherkey. Do not deactivate the
protective devices, not even in a trial run.
Check the correct operation of the brake before commissioning lowvoltage machines with
brakes.
Integrated thermal detectors do not provide full protection for the machine. If necessary,
limit the maximum current. Parameterise the controller so that the motor will be switched
off with I > Irated after a few seconds of operation, especially at the risk of blocking.
Vibrational severities veff £ 3.5 mm/s (Prated £ 15 kW) or 4.5 mm/s (Prated > 15 kW) are
acceptable if the clutch is activated.
If deviations from normal operation occur, e.g. increased temperatures, noises, vibrations,
find the cause and, if required, contact the manufacturer. In case of doubt, switch off the
lowvoltage machine.
If the machine is exposed to dirt, clean the air paths regularly.
Shaft sealing rings and roller bearings have a limited service life.
Regrease bearings with relubricating devices while the lowvoltage machine is running.
Only use the grease recommended by the manufacturer. If the grease drain holes are
sealed with a plug, (IP54 drive end; IP23 drive and nondrive end), remove plug before
commissioning. Seal bore holes with grease. Replace prelubricated bearings (2Z bearing)
after approx. 10,000 h 20,000 h, at the latest however after 3 4 years.
The product−specific safety and application notes given in these instructions must be
observed!!
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Residual hazards
2.3
Residual hazards
Protection of persons
ƒ
Switch off mains voltage before removing the controller (Drive Unit).
ƒ
Before working on the controller, check if no voltage is applied to the power
terminals because
– depending on the device − the power terminals U, V, W, Rb1, Rb2, T1 and T2 remain
live for at least 3 minutes after disconnecting the mains.
– the power terminals L1, L2, L3; U, V, W, Rb1, Rb2, T1 and T2 remain live when the
motor is stopped.
Device protection
ƒ
Only connect/disconnect all pluggable terminals in deenergised condition!
ƒ
Only disconnect the inverters from the installation, e.g. from the motor or mounting
wall, in deenergised condition!
ƒ
Close all unused connectors with protection covers or blanking plugs.
Motor protection
ƒ
With some settings of the controller, the connected motor can be overheated.
– E.g. longer operation of the DC injection brake.
– Longer operation of self−ventilated motors at low speed.
– Wrong frequency or voltage settings in the motor parameters (especially with
120 Hz motors).
Protection of the machine/system
ƒ
Drives can reach dangerous overspeeds (e.g. setting of high output frequencies in
connection with motors and machines unsuitable for such conditions):
– The controllers do not offer any protection against such operating conditions. Use
additional components for this purpose.
Warning by symbols
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Icon
Description
Long discharge time:
All power terminals remain live for up to 3 minutes after mains disconnection!
High leakage current:
Carry out fixed installation and PE connection in accordance with EN 61800−5−1!
Electrostatic sensitive devices:
Before working on the device, the staff must ensure to be free of electrostatic charge!
Hot surface:
Use personal protective equipment or wait until devices have cooled down!
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System overview
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Product description
3.1
System overview
E84DG122
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8400 motec 0.37...3.0kW
8400 motec 4.0...7.5kW
8400 motec Field Package without switch 0.37...3.0kW
8400 motec Field Package with switch 0.37...3.0kW
8400 motec Field Package without switch 4.0...7.5kW
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Device features
3.2
Device features
General features
ƒ
Compact motor inverter
ƒ
Modular design
ƒ
Part of the Inverter Drives 8400 product family
– Identical product features
– Identical operation
ƒ
Scalable fieldbus communication (optional)
ƒ
On site diagnostics per status LEDs
ƒ
Extensive accessories (optional)
ƒ
Pluggable memory module
ƒ
Quick commissioning via DIP switches
Functional features
Features
Power range
Version
0.37 ... 7.5 kW
Fieldbus communication
(optional)
– CANopen
– PROFIBUS
– AS−i
– EtherCAT
– PROFINET
– EtherNet/IP
Integrated interference
suppression according to
EN 61800−3
ü
Flying restart circuit
ü
Integrated brake management ü
Integrated brake chopper
ü
Integrated brake resistor
Optional
Drive−based safety
Optional: "Safe torque off (STO)"
Operating modes
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– VFCplus: V/f open loop control, linear and quadratic
– SLVC: sensorless vector control (torque/speed)
– VFC eco (energy−saving function)
S−shaped ramps for almost
jerk−free acceleration and
deceleration
ü
Fixed frequencies
3
Overload current
200 % (3 s)
IT system usability
ü
Incremental encoder
evaluation
Two−track, 10 kHz
Outputs
Optional:
1 digital output
1 potential−free relay contact, 2 A, NO contact
DC−injection braking
ü
Mounting
Motor mounting
Optional: vertical wall mounting, cooling ribs on the top
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Identification
3.3
Identification
Due to the modular design of the 8400 motec controllers, every unit has an own
nameplate.
The nameplate shows the type designation of the respective unit. The type designation
serves to exactly identify a unit.
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{
180s
E84DGAK001
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Type designation
Note
Via the type designation, detailed device properties can be identified using the following
type code. The list containing the type code, features, and device properties does not take
any restrictions with regard to possible combinations into consideration.
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Product description
Product key
Wiring Unit
3.4
Product key
Due to the modular structure of the 8400 motec inverter, every unit needs an own type
key. Although a type key is also defined for the 8400 motec inverter as a set, for practical
and logistical reasons it cannot be fixed visibly on the set or on the individual units.
The following lists inform you about the type keys for:
3.4.1
ƒ
Wiring Unit
Wiring level to the motor and mains connection
ƒ
Communication Unit
Connection level for fieldbus communication and further inputs and outputs, partially
optional
ƒ
Drive Unit
8400 motec inverter
ƒ
Accessories
Efficiency−enhancing and cost−cutting
Wiring Unit

E84DGV
N
x
E
Module part
Wiring Unit − 8400 motec
Version
N = not relevant
Size
1 = 063 / 071
2 = 080 / 090 / 100
3 = 080 / 090 / 100 / 112
4 = 080 / 090 / 100 / 112
5 = 132
(E84DGDVB3714 ... 1124)
(E84DGDVB5514 ... 1524)
(E84DGDVB2224 ... 3024)
(E84DGDVB4024 ... 7524)
(E84DGDVB5524 ... 7524)
Enclosure
E = IP66
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Product key
Frame Unit
3.4.2
Frame Unit

E84DGS
x
x
x
x
x
N
x
Module part
Frame Unit 8400 motec
Design
2 = without switch
3 = with switch
Type of mains connection
E = cable gland
K = 2 × Q4/2, loop through
L = cable gland, loop through
S = Quickon
Type of motor connection
C = Q8/0
E = cable gland
Control element
N = without
B = service switch
E = service switch with control elements
K = service switch with protective function
Brake resistor
N = without
C = 220 Ohm
K = 90 Ohm
Fan
N = without
Type of protection
D = IP54
P = IP65
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Product key
Communication Unit
3.4.3
Communication Unit

E84DGFC
x
x
x
P
Module part
Communication Unit − 8400 motec
I/O modules/fieldbus
N = basicI/O (without fieldbus link)
S = standardI/O (without fieldbus link)
X = extendedI/O (without fieldbus link)
A = AS−Interface
C = CANopen
T = EtherCAT®
G = EtherNet/IP
P = PROFIBUS
R = PROFINET
Connection system I/O modules/fieldbus
N = basicI/O, standardI/O, extendedI/O: terminal
E = M12: bus, 3 x DI, 1 x DO (integrated safety: N)
E = STO, M12: bus, 2 x DI, 1 x DO, AI, NO, STO (integrated safety: J)
F = M12: bus, 2 x DI
Drive−based safety
N = none
J = STO (safe torque off)
Type of protection
P = IP65
3.4.4
Drive Unit

E84DGDV
B
xxx
4
2
P
S
Module part
Drive Unit − 8400 motec
Version
B = not relevant
Power e.g.
152 = 15 x 102 W = 1.5 kW
Voltage class
4 = 400/480 V, 3/PE AC (also for IT systems)
Memory module
2 = standard 8400 motec
Type of protection
P = IP65
Control element
S = standard (DIP switches/ potentiometer/X70)
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Product key
8400 motec Set
3.4.5
8400 motec Set

E84DV
B
x
xxx
4
S
x
x
x
2
P
x
Product series
Inverter Drives 8400 motec
Version
B = not relevant
Design
M = motor−mounted device
W = wall−mounted device
Power e.g.
152 = 15 x 102 W = 1.5 kW
Voltage class
4 = 400/480 V, 3/PE AC (also for IT systems)
Control element
S = standard (DIP switches/potentiometer/X70)
I/O modules / fieldbus
N = basicI/O (without fieldbus)
S = standard I/O (without fieldbus)
X = extended I/O (without fieldbus)
A = AS−Interface
C = CANopen
T = EtherCAT®
G = EtherNet/IP
P = PROFIBUS
R = PROFINET
Connection system I/O modules / fieldbus
N = basicI/O, standardI/O, extendedI/O: terminal
E = M12: bus, 3 x DI, 1 x DO (integrated safety: N)
E = STO, M12: bus, 2 x DI, 1 x DO, AI, NO, STO (integrated safety: J)
F = M12: bus, 2 x DI
Drive−based safety
N = none
J = STO (safe torque off)
Memory module
2 = for motec
Type of protection
P = IP65
Size
1 = 063 / 071
2 = 080 / 090 / 100
3 = 080 / 090 / 100 / 112
4 = 080 / 090 / 100 / 112
5 = 132
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
(E84DGDVB3714 ... 1124)
(E84DGDVB5514 ... 1524)
(E84DGDVB2224 ... 3024)
(E84DGDVB4024 ... 7524)
(E84DGDVB5524 ... 7524)
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3
Product description
Product key
Field Package without switch
3.4.6
Field Package without switch

Z2
5
x
x
0
x
x
x
x
x
x
F
Product variant
Field Package without switch − 8400 motec
Version
5 = not relevant
Connection technique for power terminal
A = cable gland
B = 2 × Q4/2, Q8
C = Quickon, Q8/0
D = Molex
Connection technique for DC 24 V
A = cable gland
B = Q4/2
D = Molex
Brake resistor
0 = without
A = 220 Ohm integrated
B = 90 Ohm integrated
I/O modules/fieldbus
N = basicI/O
S = standardI/O
X = extendedI/O
A = AS−Interface
C = CANopen
T = EtherCAT®
G = EtherNet/IP
P = PROFIBUS
R = PROFINET
I/O terminals
0 = basicI/O
B = standardI/O
C = 5 × DI, 1 × DO, RFR
D = extendedI/O
Drive−based safety
0 = without STO
A = with STO
Connection technique for I/O modules/fieldbus
A = without
B = M12: DI, DI2, DI3, DO1, 24V
C = M12: LED, bus, DI1, DI2
D = M12: LED, bus, DI1, DI2, DO1, NO, AI, STO
E = M12: bus−in, bus−out, DI1, DI2
F = M12: bus−in, bus−out, DI1, DI2 DO1, NO, AI, STO
G = M12: LED, bus−in, bus−out, DI1, DI2
H = M12: LED, bus−in, bus−out, DI1, DI2 DO1, NO, AI, STO
Rated power
215 = 102 × 15 W = 1.5 kW (example)
Rated voltage
F = 400/480 V, 3/PE AC (also for IT systems)
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Product description
3
Product key
Field Package with switch
3.4.7
Field Package with switch

Z3
5
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
F
Product variant
Field Package with switch − 8400 motec
Version
5 = not relevant
Connection technique for power terminal
A = cable gland
B = 2 × Q4/2, Q8
C = Quickon, Q8/0
D = Molex
Connection technique for DC 24 V
A = cable gland
B = Q4/2
D = Molex
Service switch
0 = without
A = service switch
B = service switch with protective function
C = service switch with control elements
Brake resistor
0 = without
A = 220 Ohm integrated
B = 90 Ohm integrated
Fieldbus
0 = without
A = AS−Interface
C = CANopen
T = EtherCAT®
G = EtherNet/IP
P = PROFIBUS
R = PROFINET
I/O terminals
0 = basicI/O
B = standardI/O
C = 5 × DI, 1 × DO, RFR
D = extendedI/O
Drive−based safety
0 = without STO
A = with STO
Connection technique for I/O modules/fieldbus
A = without
B = M12: DI, DI2, DI3, DO1, 24V
C = M12: LED, bus, DI1, DI2
D = M12: LED, bus, DI1, DI2, DO1, NO, AI, STO
E = M12: bus−in, bus−out, DI1, DI2
F = M12: bus−in, bus−out, DI1, DI2 DO1, NO, AI, STO
G = M12: LED, bus−in, bus−out, DI1, DI2
H = M12: LED, bus−in, bus−out, DI1, DI2 DO1, NO, AI, STO
Rated power
215 = 102 × 15 W = 1.5 kW (example)
Rated voltage
F = 3/PE AC 480 V
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
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3
Product description
Overview of control terminals
3.5
Overview of control terminals
The control terminals of the 8400motec inverters are always located in the
Communication Unit.
The type of fieldbus version, power class of the inverter, or motor frame size have no
influence on the availability of the device versions.
For 8400motec withouta fieldbus link, three types of control terminals are available:
ƒ
BasicI/O
ƒ
StandardI/O
ƒ
ExtendedI/O
For 8400motec witha fieldbus link, two types of control terminals are available:
ƒ
Without safety and with the I/O functions as for the standardI/O, but without an
analog input and relay output
ƒ
With safety and all I/O functions as for the standardI/O
Connection options for Communication Unit
Plugs
X3
X61
Name
Fieldbus
Safety
Type
Digital input/output
X1
Analog
input
Relay
Holding
brake
SIA/SIB
RFR
DIx
DO1
AI/AU
COM/NO
BD1/BD2
E84DGFCNNNx
BasicI/O 1)
−
1x
2x
−
−
ü
ü
E84DGFCSNNx
StandardI/O 1)
−
1x
5x
ü
ü
ü
ü
E84DGFCXNNx
ExtendedI/O 1)
−
1x
8x
ü
ü
E84DGFCAxNx
E84DGFCAxJx
E84DGFCCxNx
E84DGFCCxJx
E84DGFCGxNx
E84DGFCGxJx
E84DGFCPxNx
E84DGFCPxJx
E84DGFCRxNx
E84DGFCRxJx
E84DGFCTxNx
E84DGFCTxJx
ü
−
1)
28
X4
2xü
ü
−
−
−
ü
ü
ü
CANopen
−
−
−
ü
ü
ü
EtherNet/IP
−
−
−
ü
ü
ü
−
−
ü
ü
ü
−
−
−
ü
ü
ü
−
−
−
ü
ü
ü
AS interface
PROFIBUS
PROFINET
EtherCAT
−
1x
5x
ü
ü
Available
Not available
Without a fieldbus link
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
Technical data
4
General data and operating conditions
4
Technical data
4.1
General data and operating conditions
Conformity and approval
Conformity
CE
2006/95/EC
LowVoltage Directive
EAC
TP TC 004/2011
(TR CU 004/2011)
On safety of low voltage
equipment
Eurasian Conformity
TR CU: Technical Regulation of
Customs Union
EAC
TP TC 020/2011
(TR CU 020/2011)
Electromagnetic
compatibility of technical
means
Eurasian Conformity
TR CU: Technical Regulation of
Customs Union
UR
UL 508C
CUR
C22.2 No 274−13
Power Conversion
Equipment, File No.
E170350
Approval
Field Package approval
CULUS
UL 508C
C22.2 No 274−13
Power Conversion
Equipment, File No.
E132659
Protection of persons and equipment
l
l
Enclosure
EN 60529
NEMA 250
Close unused bores for cable glands with blanking plugs!
Close unused connectors with protection covers or
blanking plugs!
8400 motec set:
IP65
Frame Unit with service
switch / with service
switch and control
elements
IP54
Frame Unit with service
switch and protective
function
IP64
8400 motec set:
Type4
Field Package without
switch
0.37...3.0kW
Type1
4.0...7.5kW
Type4X (interior)
Field Package with switch
(Earth) leakage current
Total fault current
Motor mounting
Wall mounting and
Lenze system cable
£3m
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
EN 61800−5−1
0.37...3.0kW
Type1
> 3.5 mA AC, > 10 mA DC
Observe the regulations and
safety instructions!
In TN systems the following earth−leakage circuit breakers can
be used:
0.37...3.0kW
30 mA, type B
4.0...7.5kW,
fch= 8/16 kHz
30 mA, type B
4.0...7.5kW, fch= 4 kHz
300 mA, type B
0.37...3.0kW
30 mA, type B
4.0...7.5kW,
fch= 8/16 kHz
30 mA, type B
4.0...7.5kW, fch= 4 kHz
300 mA, type B
29
4
Technical data
General data and operating conditions
Protection of persons and equipment
0.37...7.5kW
Wall mounting and
Lenze system cable
>3m
Additional equipotential
bonding
300 mA, type B
M5 thread with terminal in the WU for connection of a
16mm@ PE cable
Protective insulation of
control circuits
EN 61800−5−1
Safe isolation from mains by double (reinforced) insulation
Insulation resistance
EN 61800−5−1
Site altitude
0 ... 2000 m Overvoltage category III
2000 ... 4000 m Overvoltage category II
Short−circuit strength
EN 61800−5−1
Connection:
Motor
To a limited extent, the
controller is inhibited, error
acknowledgement required
Motor holding brake, brake
No
resistor
PTC, control terminals
Earth−fault strength
EN 61800−5−1
Full
Connection:
Motor (at controller
enable)
To a limited extent, the
controller is inhibited, error
acknowledgement required
Motor (during operation)
No
Brake resistor, PTC
No
Protective measures
against
l
Cyclic mains switching
l
Switchings/minute
3
l
Switchings/hour
Max. 20
l
Switching pause
After switching the mains 3
times in one minute, there must
be a switching pause of
9 minutes.
Short circuit on the motor side at switch−on and during
operation
l Motor stalling
l Motor overtemperature
– Input for PTC or thermal contact
– I2t monitoring
£ 2 x IN
Starting current
Supply conditions
Mains connection
Power system
TT, TN
(with an earthed
neutral)
Operation permitted without restrictions.
IT
Implement the measure described for IT systems (remove IT
screw).
The machine/system manufacturer is responsible for
compliance with EMC requirements for noise emission
(EN 61800−3) for the machine/plant!
Operation with an integrated safety system is
not permissible.
Motor connection
Motors
Length of the motor
cable
30
EN 60034
Only use motors suitable for inverter operation. Insulation
resistance:
at least û ³1.5 kV, at least du/dt ³5 kV/ms
< 20 m (Lenze system cable, shielded)
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
Technical data
4
General data and operating conditions
Ambient conditions
Climatic
Storage
IEC/EN 60721−3−1
1K3 (−30 ... +60 °C)
Transport
IEC/EN 60721−3−2
2K3 (−30 ... +75 °C)
Operation
IEC/EN 60721−3−3
3K3 (−30 ... +55 °C)
Operation at 4 kHz: > +45 °C: Reduce the rated output current
by 2.5 %/°C.
Operation at 8/16 kHz: > +40 °C: Reduce the rated output
current by 2.5 %/°C.
Site altitude
Pollution
< 4000 m amsl
Above 1000 m amsl reduce the rated output current by
5 %/ 1000 m.
IEC/EN 61800−5−1
Degree of pollution 2
Mechanical
Vibration resistance (9.81 m/s2 = 1 g)
Motor mounting
Wall mounting with
E84DZMAWE1
Germanischer Lloyd
General conditions: Acceleration resistant up to 2 g
IEC/EN 60721−3−3
3M6
Germanischer Lloyd
General conditions: Acceleration resistant up to 2 g
IEC/EN 60721−3−3
3M6
Mounting conditions
Mounting place
Motor mounting
Standard
Wall mounting
With optional wall adapter Ensure convection cooling in the
niches!
Mounting position
Wall mounting
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
0.37...3.0kW
Vertically with cooling ribs
at the top, rotated,
horizontally
4.0...7.5kW
Optional
l
l
Observe derating 44
Arrangement of several
devices only to the sides, so
that the convection cooling
remains ensured!
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4
Technical data
General data and operating conditions
EMC
Noise emission (in TN and TT systems)
Cable−guided
EN 61800−3
Motor mounting
0.37...1.5kW, fch£8 kHz
Category C1
2.2...3.0kW, fch£4 kHz
Category C1
4.0...7.5kW
Category C2
Wall mounting and
Lenze system cable
£ 20 m
EN 61800−3
0.37...7.5kW, fch£4 kHz
Category C2
Wall mounting and
Lenze system cable
£ 10 m
EN 61800−3
0.37...7.5kW, fch£8 kHz
Category C2
EN 61800−3
0.37...1.5kW, fch£8 kHz
Category C1
2.2...7.5kW, fch£8 kHz
Category C2
Radiation
Noise immunity (according to requirements of EN 61800−3)
Electrostatic discharge
(ESD)
EN 61000−4−2
8 kV with air discharge,
4 kV with contact discharge against housing
Conducted
EN 61000−4−6
150 kHz ... 80 MHz, 10 V/m 80 % AM (1kHz)
Interference
(housing)
EN 61000−4−3
80 MHz ... 1000 MHz, 10 V/m 80 % AM (1kHz)
Power terminals and
interfaces
EN 61000−4−4
2 kV/5 kHz
Signal interfaces
EN 61000−4−4
1 kV/5 kHz
Control terminals
EN 61000−4−4
2 kV/5 kHz
Power terminals
EN 61000−4−5
1.2/50 ms,
1 kV phase/phase, 2 kV phase/PE
Control terminals
EN 61000−4−5
1.2/50 ms, 1 kV
EN 61000−3−2
EN 61000−3−12
The devices are intended for use in an industrial
environment. When being used on public network, additional
measures must be taken to limit the expected radio
interference. The compliance with the requirements for the
machine/plant is the responsibility of the manufacturer of
the machine or system!
EN 61800−3
Short mains voltage dips (comp. IEC 61000−2−1) can lead to a
switch−off of the motor.
Radio frequency
Burst
Surge
Operation on public
supply systems
Voltage deviations
Voltage dips
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Technical data
4
General data and operating conditions
Control
Control modes
VFCplus:
l V/f control (linear or square−law)
l Feedback system required
SLVC:
l Sensorless vector control (speed)
VFCplus eco:
l V/f control, energetically optimised
SLPSM:
l Sensorless control for synchronous motors
Switching frequency
4 kHz, 8 kHz, 16 kHz
Torque behaviour
Maximum torque
1.5 x Mrated for 60 s
2.0 x Mrated for 3 s
if rated motor power = rated controller power
Setting range
1 : 10
SLVC: In speed range 3 ... 50 Hz
V/f: In speed range 10 ... 50 Hz
Sensorless vector control (speed)
Minimum output
frequency
0.5 Hz (0 ... Mrated)
Accuracy
±0,5 %
Smooth running
±0.1 Hz
In a setting range of 3 ... 50 Hz
Output frequency
Range
−300 Hz ... +300 Hz
Absolute resolution
0.2 Hz
Standardised
resolution
Parameter data: 0.01 %, process data: 0.006 % (= 214)
Digital setpoint selection
Typical accuracy
±0,01 %
Analog setpoint selection
Typical accuracy
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
±1 %
Based on the final value
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4
Technical data
Rated data
Overview
4.2
Rated data
4.2.1
Overview
Input data
Mains
Voltage
Voltage range
Frequency range
ULrated [V]
ULrated [V]
f [Hz]
3/PE AC
400
320 − 0 % ... 440 + 0 %
45 − 0 % ... 65 + 0 %
3/PE AC
480
432 − 0 % ... 528 + 0 %
45 − 0 % ... 65 + 0 %
Voltage
Frequency
Rated current [A]
Number of
phases
[V]
[Hz]
up to +45 °C 
up to +55 °C 
E84DGDVB3714
400/480
50/60
1.3/1.1
1.0/0.8
3
E84DGDVB5514
400/480
50/60
1.8/1.5
1.4/1.1
3
E84DGDVB7514
400/480
50/60
2.4/2.0
1.8/1.5
3
E84DGDVB1124
400/480
50/60
3.2/2.7
2.4/2.0
3
E84DGDVB1524
400/480
50/60
3.8/3.1
2.9/2.3
3
E84DGDVB2224
400/480
50/60
5.6/4.6
4.2/3.5
3
E84DGDVB3024
400/480
50/60
7.2/5.9
5.4/4.4
3
E84DGDVB4024
400/480
50/60
9.3/7.7
7.0/5.8
3
E84DGDVB5524
400/480
50/60
12.8/10.6
9.6/8.0
3
E84DGDVB7524
400/480
50/60
16.3/13.5
12.3/10.1
3
 Ambient temperature, switching frequency 4 kHz
Output data
Voltage
Frequency
Rated current [A]
Number of
phases
[V]
[Hz]
up to +45 °C 
up to +55 °C 
E84DGDVB3714
0 ... 400/480
0 ... 300
1.3/1.1
1.0/0.8
3
E84DGDVB5514
0 ... 400/480
0 ... 300
1.8/1.5
1.4/1.1
3
E84DGDVB7514
0 ... 400/480
0 ... 300
2.4/2.0
1.8/1.5
3
E84DGDVB1124
0 ... 400/480
0 ... 300
3.2/2.7
2.4/2.0
3
E84DGDVB1524
0 ... 400/480
0 ... 300
3.9/3.2
2.9/2.4
3
E84DGDVB2224
0 ... 400/480
0 ... 300
5.6/4.7
4.2/3.5
3
E84DGDVB3024
0 ... 400/480
0 ... 300
7.3/6.0
5.4/4.5
3
E84DGDVB4024
0 ... 400/480
0 ... 300
9.5/7.9
7.1/5.9
3
E84DGDVB5524
0 ... 400/480
0 ... 300
13.0/10.8
9.8/8.1
3
E84DGDVB7524
0 ... 400/480
0 ... 300
16.5/13.7
12.4/10.3
3
 Ambient temperature, switching frequency 4 kHz
Note!
The maximally possible output voltage is approx. 94 % of the mains voltage.
Note!
Depending on the mounting position, derating has to be taken into
consideration with the Field Package. ( 44)
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EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
Technical data
4
Rated data
Overview
Power losses
Power loss PV [W]
Type
when operating with rated output current Iarated
when controller is inhibited
E84DGDVB3714
26
9
E84DGDVB5514
33
9
E84DGDVB7514
41
9
E84DGDVB1124
52
9
E84DGDVB1524
61
9
E84DGDVB2224
88
10
E84DGDVB3024
111
10
E84DGDVB4024
140
11
E84DGDVB5524
185
11
E84DGDVB7524
230
11
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
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4
Technical data
Rated data
Operation at rated mains voltage 400 V
4.2.2
Operation at rated mains voltage 400 V
Mains
Voltage
Voltage range
Frequency range
ULrated [V]
ULrated [V]
f [Hz]
400
320 − 0 % ... 440 + 0 %
45 − 0 % ... 65 + 0 %
3/PE AC
Type
Mains current
Output power
Motor power
at Iarated
U, V, W
4 pol. ASM
ILrated [A]
Sarated [kVA]
Parated [kW]
E84DGDVB3714
1.3
0.8
0.37
E84DGDVB5514
1.8
1.1
0.55
E84DGDVB7514
2.4
1.5
0.75
E84DGDVB1124
3.2
2.0
1.1
E84DGDVB1524
3.8
2.4
1.5
E84DGDVB2224
5.6
3.4
2.2
E84DGDVB3024
7.2
4.4
3.0
E84DGDVB4024
9.3
5.7
4.0
E84DGDVB5524
12.8
7.8
5.5
E84DGDVB7524
16.3
9.9
7.5
Output currents [A] at switching frequency
2 kHz
Type
8 kHz
16 kHz
IaM2
Iarated4
IaM4
Iarated8
IaM8
Iarated16
IaM16
E84DGDVB3714
−
−
1.3
2.6
1.3
2.6
0.9
1.6
E84DGDVB5514
−
−
1.8
3.6
1.8
3.6
1.2
2.2
E84DGDVB7514
−
−
2.4
4.8
2.4
4.8
1.6
2.9
E84DGDVB1124
−
−
3.2
6.4
3.2
6.4
2.1
3.8
E84DGDVB1524
−
−
3.9
7.8
3.9
7.8
2.6
4.7
E84DGDVB2224
−
−
5.6
11.2
5.6
11.2
3.7
6.7
E84DGDVB3024
−
−
7.3
14.6
7.3
14.6
4.9
8.8
E84DGDVB4024
−
−
9.5
19.0
9.5
19.0
6.3
11.4
E84DGDVB5524
−
−
13.0
26.0
13.0
26.0
8.7
15.6
E84DGDVB7524
−
−
16.5
33.0
16.5
33.0
11.0
19.8
IaNx
IaMx
Switching
frequency
36
4 kHz
Iarated2
Rated value of continuous output current
Maximum output current (overload current)
l Periodic load change of 3 s with IaMx and recovery time of 12 s according to
the tables under chapter 4.4
l Can be obtained in the setting "x kHz fixed/..." in C00018
If the maximum heatsink temperature is reached, the switching frequency is
reduced to 4 kHz.
In the setting "x kHz var./..." in C00018 the switching frequency is reduced
depending on the output current.
Depending on the switching frequency and e.g. the ambient temperature, it
may be required to reduce the output current (chapter 4.1, operating
conditions).
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
Technical data
4
Rated data
Operation at rated mains voltage 400 V
Fuses and cable cross−sections
ƒ
Point−to−point connection − direct wiring of the mains voltage − typical fusing
Operation
Installation according to EN 60204−1 1)
Type

‚
Installation according
to UL 2)
L1, L2, L3 − laying system
B2
C
F
ƒ
L1, L2, L3
FI 3)
[A]
[A]
[mm2]
[mm2]
[mm2]
[A]
[AWG]
[mA]
E84DGDVB3714
C 16
16
2.5
−
−
15
12
³ 30
E84DGDVB5514
C 16
16
2.5
−
−
15
12
³ 30
E84DGDVB7514
C 16
16
2.5
−
−
15
12
³ 30
E84DGDVB1124
C 16
16
2.5
−
−
15
12
³ 30
E84DGDVB1524
C 16
16
2.5
−
−
15
12
³ 30
E84DGDVB2224
C 16
16
2.5
−
−
15
12
³ 30
E84DGDVB3024
C 16
16
2.5
−
−
15
12
³ 30
E84DGDVB4024
C20
20
4.0
−
−
20
12
³ 30
E84DGDVB5524
C20
20
4.0
−
−
20
12
³ 30
E84DGDVB7524
C 20
20
4.0
−
−
20
12
³ 30
ƒ
Multiple connection − loop−through connection of the mains voltage − maximum
fusing
Operation
Installation according to EN 60204−1 1)
Type

‚
Installation according
to UL 2)
L1, L2, L3 − laying system
B2
C
F
[mm2]
[mm2]
ƒ
L1, L2, L3
FI 3)
[A]
[A]
[mm2]
[A]
[AWG]
[mA]
E84DGDVB3714
C 32
32
6.0
−
−
15
12
³ 30
E84DGDVB5514
C 32
32
6.0
−
−
15
12
³ 30
E84DGDVB7514
C 32
32
6.0
−
−
15
12
³ 30
E84DGDVB1124
C 32
32
6.0
−
−
15
12
³ 30
E84DGDVB1524
C 32
32
6.0
−
−
15
12
³ 30
E84DGDVB2224
C 32
32
6.0
−
−
25
10
³ 30
E84DGDVB3024
C 32
32
6.0
−
−
25
10
³ 30
E84DGDVB4024
C 50
50
16.0
−
−
50
6
³ 30
E84DGDVB5524
C 50
50
16.0
−
−
50
6
³ 30
E84DGDVB7524
C 50
50
16.0
−
−
50
6
³ 30
1)
The data are recommendations. Other designs/laying systems can be implemented (e.g. in accordance with VDE
0298−4). The cable cross−sections apply under the following conditions: Use of PVC−insulated copper cables,
conductor temperature < 70 °C, ambient temperature < 45°C, no bundling of cables or cores, three loaded cores.
2)
Only use UL−approved cables, fuses and fuse holders.
UL fuse: voltage £ 500 V, tripping characteristic for instance "CC". The cable cross−sections apply under the following
conditions: conductor temperature < 75 °C, ambient temperature < 45°C.
3)
Universal−current sensitive earth−leakage circuit breaker, short−time delayed
 Circuit breaker
‚ Fuse of gG/gL utilisation category or semiconductor fuses of gRL utilisation category
ƒ Fuse
Observe national and regional regulations
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
37
4
Technical data
Rated data
Operation with increased power at a 400 V mains
4.2.3
Operation with increased power at a 400 V mains
In continuous operation, the controllers can be actuated with a more powerful motor. The
overload capacity is limited to 120 %. Typical applications are pumps with a quadratic load
characteristic, or fans.
Note!
Operation with an increased rated power is only permitted ...
ƒ with the rated data specified for the controller.
ƒ within the mains voltage range specified.
ƒ with the switching frequency 4 kHz.
ƒ at a max. ambient temperature of 40 °C
ƒ with the fuses and cable cross−sections specified for this operation.
ƒ after parameterisation according to the specifications (cf. EDS84DM...
software manual)
Mains
3/PE AC
Type
Voltage range
Frequency range
ULrated [V]
f [Hz]
400
320 − 0 % ... 440 + 0 %
45 − 0 % ... 65 + 0 %
Mains current
Output power
Motor power
at Iarated
U, V, W
4 pol. ASM
ILrated [A]
Sarated [kVA]
Parated [kW]
E84DGDVB3714
1.6
1.0
0.55
E84DGDVB5514
2.2
1.3
0.75
E84DGDVB7514
3.0
1.8
1.1
E84DGDVB1124
3.8
2.4
1.5
E84DGDVB1524 1)
4.6
3.0
1.8
E84DGDVB2224
7.0
4.1
2.2
E84DGDVB3024 1)
8.6
5.3
4.0
E84DGDVB4024
11.3
6.8
5.5
E84DGDVB5524
15.3
9.4
7.5
E84DGDVB7524
19.5
11.9
9.2
1)
38
Voltage
ULrated [V]
Operation with an increased rated power only for motor mounting.
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
Technical data
4
Rated data
Operation with increased power at a 400 V mains
Output currents [A] at switching frequency
2 kHz
Type
4 kHz
8 kHz
16 kHz
Iarated2
IaM2
Iarated4
IaM4
Iarated8
IaM8
Iarated16
IaM16
E84DGDVB3714
−
−
1.6
2.6
−
−
−
−
E84DGDVB5514
−
−
2.2
3.6
−
−
−
−
E84DGDVB7514
−
−
3.0
4.8
−
−
−
−
E84DGDVB1124
−
−
3.8
6.4
−
−
−
−
E84DGDVB1524 1)
−
−
4.8
7.8
−
−
−
−
E84DGDVB2224
−
−
7.0
11.2
−
−
−
−
E84DGDVB3024 1)
−
−
8.7
14.6
−
−
−
−
E84DGDVB4024
−
−
11.6
19.0
−
−
−
−
E84DGDVB5524
−
−
15.6
26.0
−
−
−
−
E84DGDVB7524
−
−
19.8
33.0
−
−
−
−
1)
Operation with an increased rated power only for motor mounting.
IaNx
IaMx
Rated value of continuous output current
Maximum output current (overload current)
l Periodic load change of 3 s with IaMx and recovery time of 12 s according to
the tables under chapter 4.4
Fuses and cable cross−sections
The data/recommendations for operation on a rated mains voltage 400 V can be applied.
( 37)
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
39
4
Technical data
Rated data
Operation with rated mains voltage 480 V
4.2.4
Operation with rated mains voltage 480 V
Mains
Voltage
Voltage range
Frequency range
ULrated [V]
ULrated [V]
f [Hz]
480
432 − 0 % ... 528 + 0 %
45 − 0 % ... 65 + 0 %
3/PE AC
Type
Mains current
Output power
Motor power
at Iarated
U, V, W
4 pol. ASM
ILrated [A]
Sarated [kVA]
Parated [kW]
E84DGDVB3714
1.1
0.8
0.37
E84DGDVB5514
1.5
1.1
0.55
E84DGDVB7514
2.0
1.5
0.75
E84DGDVB1124
2.7
2.1
1.1
E84DGDVB1524
3.1
2.4
1.5
E84DGDVB2224
4.6
3.5
2.2
E84DGDVB3024
5.9
4.5
3.0
E84DGDVB4024
7.7
5.7
4.0
E84DGDVB5524
10.6
7.9
5.5
E84DGDVB7524
13.5
10.0
7.5
Output currents [A] at switching frequency
2 kHz
Type
8 kHz
16 kHz
IaM2
Iarated4
IaM4
Iarated8
IaM8
Iarated16
IaM16
E84DGDVB3714
−
−
1.1
2.2
1.1
2.2
0.7
1.3
E84DGDVB5514
−
−
1.5
3.0
1.5
3.0
1.0
1.8
E84DGDVB7514
−
−
2.0
4.0
2.0
4.0
1.3
2.4
E84DGDVB1124
−
−
2.7
5.4
2.7
5.4
1.8
3.2
E84DGDVB1524
−
−
3.2
6.4
3.2
6.4
2.1
3.8
E84DGDVB2224
−
−
4.7
9.4
4.7
9.4
3.1
5.6
E84DGDVB3024
−
−
6.0
12.0
6.0
12.0
4.0
7.2
E84DGDVB4024
−
−
7.9
15.8
7.9
15.8
5.3
9.5
E84DGDVB5524
−
−
10.8
21.6
10.8
21.6
7.2
13.0
E84DGDVB7524
−
−
13.7
27.4
13.7
27.4
9.1
16.4
IaNx
IaMx
Switching
frequency
40
4 kHz
Iarated2
Rated value of continuous output current
Maximum output current (overload current)
l Periodic load change of 3 s with IaMx and recovery time of 12 s according to
the tables under chapter 4.4
l Can be obtained in the setting "x kHz fixed/..." in C00018
If the maximum heatsink temperature is reached, the switching frequency is
reduced to 4 kHz.
In the setting "x kHz var./..." in C00018 the switching frequency is reduced
depending on the output current.
Depending on the switching frequency and e.g. the ambient temperature, it
may be required to reduce the output current (chapter 4.1, operating
conditions).
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
Technical data
4
Rated data
Operation with rated mains voltage 480 V
Fuses and cable cross−sections
ƒ
Point−to−point connection − direct wiring of the mains voltage − typical fusing
Operation
Installation according to EN 60204−1 1)
Type
Installation according
to UL 2)

‚
B2
C
F
[A]
[A]
[mm2]
[mm2]
E84DGDVB3714
C 16
16
2.5
E84DGDVB5514
C 16
16
2.5
E84DGDVB7514
C 16
16
E84DGDVB1124
C 16
E84DGDVB1524
C 16
E84DGDVB2224
E84DGDVB3024
E84DGDVB4024
FI 3)
ƒ
L1, L2, L3
[mm2]
[A]
[AWG]
[mA]
−
−
15
12
³ 30
−
−
15
12
³ 30
2.5
−
−
15
12
³ 30
16
2.5
−
−
15
12
³ 30
16
2.5
−
−
15
12
³ 30
C 16
16
2.5
−
−
15
12
³ 30
C 16
16
2.5
−
−
15
12
³ 30
C20
20
4.0
−
−
20
12
³ 30
E84DGDVB5524
C20
20
4.0
−
−
20
12
³ 30
E84DGDVB7524
C 20
20
4.0
−
−
20
12
³ 30
ƒ
L1, L2, L3 − laying system
Multiple connection − loop−through connection of the mains voltage − maximum
fusing
Operation
Installation according to EN 60204−1 1)
Type

‚
Installation according
to UL 2)
L1, L2, L3 − laying system
B2
C
F
[mm2]
[mm2]
ƒ
L1, L2, L3
FI 3)
[A]
[A]
[mm2]
[A]
[AWG]
[mA]
E84DGDVB3714
C 32
32
6.0
−
−
15
12
³ 30
E84DGDVB5514
C 32
32
6.0
−
−
15
12
³ 30
E84DGDVB7514
C 32
32
6.0
−
−
15
12
³ 30
E84DGDVB1124
C 32
32
6.0
−
−
15
12
³ 30
E84DGDVB1524
C 32
32
6.0
−
−
15
12
³ 30
E84DGDVB2224
C 32
32
6.0
−
−
25
10
³ 30
E84DGDVB3024
C 32
32
6.0
−
−
25
10
³ 30
E84DGDVB4024
C 50
50
16.0
−
−
50
6
³ 30
E84DGDVB5524
C 50
50
16.0
−
−
50
6
³ 30
E84DGDVB7524
C 50
50
16.0
−
−
50
6
³ 30
1)
The data are recommendations. Other designs/laying systems can be implemented (e.g. in accordance with VDE
0298−4). The cable cross−sections apply under the following conditions: Use of PVC−insulated copper cables,
conductor temperature < 70 °C, ambient temperature < 45°C, no bundling of cables or cores, three loaded cores.
2)
Only use UL−approved cables, fuses and fuse holders.
UL fuse: voltage £ 500 V, tripping characteristic for instance "CC". The cable cross−sections apply under the following
conditions: conductor temperature < 75 °C, ambient temperature < 45°C.
3)
Universal−current sensitive earth−leakage circuit breaker, short−time delayed
 Circuit breaker
‚ Fuse of gG/gL utilisation category or semiconductor fuses of gRL utilisation category
ƒ Fuse
Observe national and regional regulations
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
41
4
Technical data
Rated data
Operation with increased power on a 480 V system
4.2.5
Operation with increased power on a 480 V system
In continuous operation, the controllers can be actuated with a more powerful motor. The
overload capacity is limited to 120 %. Typical applications are pumps with a quadratic load
characteristic, or fans.
Note!
Operation with an increased rated power is only permitted ...
ƒ with the rated data specified for the controller.
ƒ within the mains voltage range specified.
ƒ with the switching frequency 4 kHz.
ƒ at a max. ambient temperature of 40 °C
ƒ with the fuses and cable cross−sections specified for this operation.
ƒ after parameterisation according to the specifications (cf. EDS84DM...
software manual)
Mains
3/PE AC
Type
Voltage range
Frequency range
ULrated [V]
f [Hz]
480
432 − 0 % ... 528 + 0 %
45 − 0 % ... 65 + 0 %
Mains current
Output power
Motor power
at Iarated
U, V, W
4 pol. ASM
ILrated [A]
Sarated [kVA]
Parated [kW]
E84DGDVB3714
1.3
1.0
0.55
E84DGDVB5514
1.8
1.3
0.75
E84DGDVB7514
2.4
1.8
1.1
E84DGDVB1124
3.2
2.4
1.5
E84DGDVB1524 1)
3.8
3.0
1.8
E84DGDVB2224
5.6
4.1
2.2
E84DGDVB3024 1)
7.2
5.3
4.0
E84DGDVB4024
9.3
6.8
5.5
E84DGDVB5524
12.8
9.4
7.5
E84DGDVB7524
16.3
11.9
9.2
1)
42
Voltage
ULrated [V]
Operation with an increased rated power only for motor mounting.
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
Technical data
4
Rated data
Operation with increased power on a 480 V system
Output currents [A] at switching frequency
2 kHz
Type
4 kHz
8 kHz
16 kHz
Iarated2
IaM2
Iarated4
IaM4
Iarated8
IaM8
Iarated16
IaM16
E84DGDVB3714
−
−
1.5
2.6
−
−
−
−
E84DGDVB5514
−
−
2.1
3.6
−
−
−
−
E84DGDVB7514
−
−
2.7
4.8
−
−
−
−
E84DGDVB1124
−
−
3.7
6.4
−
−
−
−
E84DGDVB1524 1)
−
−
4.5
7.8
−
−
−
−
E84DGDVB2224
−
−
5.6
11.2
−
−
−
−
E84DGDVB3024 1)
−
−
7.3
14.6
−
−
−
−
E84DGDVB4024
−
−
9.5
19.0
−
−
−
−
E84DGDVB5524
−
−
13.0
26.0
−
−
−
−
E84DGDVB7524
−
−
16.5
33.0
−
−
−
−
1)
Operation with an increased rated power only for motor mounting.
IaNx
IaMx
Rated value of continuous output current
Maximum output current (overload current)
l Periodic load change of 3 s with IaMx and recovery time of 12 s according to
the tables under chapter 4.4
Fuses and cable cross−sections
The data/recommendations for operation at a rated mains voltage of 480 V can be applied.
( 37)
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
43
4
Technical data
Device protection by current derating
Frame Unit / Field Package without switch
4.3
Device protection by current derating
4.3.1
Frame Unit / Field Package without switch
fch [kHz]
I/IaNx [%]
100
4
8
16
90
80
4
4 4
02
12 12
...3 ...14...1
14
14 1 24 24 24 24 24 24
37
37 37 22 15 22 15 30 30
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
10
20
30
50
40
T[°C]
E84DG089S1
fch [kHz]
I/IaNx [%]
100
4
90
16
8
80
4
12
14
...1
.75 4
2 4
14 24 4..
37 15 3713714 22 551
70
60
50
4
4
24 24 24 4
11 22 30 751 152 302 4
2
11 24
22
40
30
20
24
15 4
2
30
10
0
10
20
30
40
50
T[°C]
E84DG089S2
44
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
Technical data
4
Device protection by current derating
Frame Unit / Field Package without switch
fch [kHz]
I/IaNx [%]
100
4
90
16
8
80
4
52
24 14
11 55
... 1
.
.
.
.
14 24
4.. 024 24 24 14
37 22 3713471
3 15 22 75
70
60
50
40
30
24
30 24
15
10
24 24 124
30 22
1
20
0
10
20
30
40
50
T[°C]
E84DG089S3
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
45
4
Technical data
Device protection by current derating
Frame Unit / Field Package with switch
4.3.2
Frame Unit / Field Package with switch
I/IN [%]
fch [kHz]
4
100
8
16
90
E8
37
.
4
4
22
x..
22
2
2
Gx
...
...
4D
14
24
14 2 4
37 3 0
30
80
70
60
50
40
30
30
24
20
10
0
10
20
30
40
T [° C]
50
E84DG090 S1
I/IN [%]
fch [kHz]
4
100
8
16
90
E8
.
4
24
x.. 112
11
Gx ...
...
4D 714 524 224 714 524 224 024
3
3 1 2 3 1 2
80
70
60
50
40
30
22
11
...
2 4 14 2 4
3 0 37 1 5
24
30
24
20
24
10
0
10
20
30
40
50
T [° C]
E84DG090 S2
46
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
Technical data
4
Device protection by current derating
Frame Unit / Field Package with switch
fch [kHz]
I/IaNx [%]
100
4
90
16
8
80
4
12
14 14
... 1
.75 .55
14 24 24 4.. 4..
24 4
37 15 22 371371
30 112
70
60
50
40
24 24 14
22 15 75
30
20
24 24
22 30
24
11
24
30
24
15
10
0
10
20
30
40
50
T[°C]
E84DG090S5
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
47
4
Technical data
Overcurrent operation
4.4
Overcurrent operation
If the device utilisation Ixt exceeds the threshold set (C00064/1, Lenze setting = 100 %),
the monitoring function triggers an error response and sets the controller to the "Fault"
device status. To exit the device status, the error must be reset ("acknowledged") explicitly.
The curves of typical load functions and the simulation of the "Ixt" function are shown in
the following illustration:
IaNx [%]
0

T1
T2
‚
1
T3
100%
T4
2
t
0
8400IZ180
Fig. 4−1
Overcurrent capacity at 45° C

Pulse utilisation (15 s cycle)
Peak current
Unloading current
Peak current period
Unloading current period
‚
Permanent load (180 s cycle)
Peak current
Unloading current
Peak current period
Unloading current period
Rated value of continuous output current
T1
T2
T3
T4
IaNx
Calculation for pulse utilisation 
Output frequency >5Hz
E84DGDVB3714...7524
A @ T 1)C @ T 2
x 100%
T 1)T 2
Output frequency <5Hz
E84DGDVB3714...1524
E84DGDVB2224...7524
A @ T 1)C @ T 2
x 75%
T 1)T 2
A @ T 1)C @ T 2
x 50%
T 1)T 2
Calculation for permanent utilisation ‚
Output frequency >5Hz
E84DGDVB3714...7524
B @ T 3)C @ T 4
x 100%
T 3)T 4
48
Output frequency <5Hz
E84DGDVB3714...1524
E84DGDVB2224...7524
B @ T 3)C @ T 4
x 75%
T 3)T 4
B @ T 3)C @ T 4
x 50%
T 3)T 4
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
Technical data
4
Overcurrent operation
Iamax/IaN8 [%] in 15−s cycle 
f = 2 kHz
Type
E84DGDVB3714
f = 4 kHz
f = 8 kHz
f = 16 kHz
−
−
200
75
200
75
120
50
E84DGDVB5514
E84DGDVB7514
E84DGDVB1124
E84DGDVB1524
E84DGDVB2224
E84DGDVB3024
E84DGDVB4024
E84DGDVB5524
E84DGDVB7524
Iamax/IaN8 [%] in 180−s cycle ‚
f = 2 kHz
Type
E84DGDVB3714
f = 4 kHz
f = 8 kHz
f = 16 kHz
−
−
150
75
150
75
100
50
E84DGDVB5514
E84DGDVB7514
E84DGDVB1124
E84DGDVB1524
E84DGDVB2224
E84DGDVB3024
E84DGDVB4024
E84DGDVB5524
E84DGDVB7524
Tip!
For calculations of application−specific cycles please contact your Lenze contact
person.
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
49
4
Technical data
Switching frequency reduction
4.5
Switching frequency reduction
Under certain operating conditions, the maximum output current is limited for all devices:
ƒ
50
When the maximum heatsink temperature is exceeded, the controller switches
from 16 kHz to 8 kHz and from 8 kHz to 4 kHz, irrespective of the switching
frequency mode. This function can be deactivated via C00144.
If the heatsink temperature increases above 105 °C, the controller is inhibited and the
error message "OH1: Heatsink overtemperature" is output.
The error response is also triggered when the switching frequency reduction is
deactivated.
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
Technical data
4
Power terminals
8400 motec 0.37...3kW
4.6
Power terminals
4.6.1
8400 motec 0.37...3kW
X1 − Wiring Unit
E84DG123
Mains
Terminal data
Name
Power
Conductor cross−section
[mm2]
[AWG]
Tightening torque
[Nm]
[lb−in]
X1
L1, L2, L3
0.37...1.5kW
1 ... 4
18 ... 10
2 x 0.5 ... 2 x 2.5 1)
18 ... 10
2.2...3.0kW
1 ... 6
18 ... 8
2 x 0.5 ... 2 x 2.5 1)
18 ... 8
0.5
4.4
3.5 x 0.6
0.8
7.0
3.5 x 0.6
PE
1)
0.37...1.5kW
1 ... 4
18 ... 10
1.7
16
8 x 1.2
2.2...3.0kW
1 ... 6
18 ... 8
1.7
16
8 x 1.2
For looping−through connections (daisy chain) => two conductors with TWIN wire end ferrule
Features
Name
Description
Rated value
Mains phases
See rated data
X1
L1, L2, L3
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Power terminals
8400 motec 0.37...3kW
Motor
Terminal data
Name
Power
Conductor cross−section
[mm2]
[AWG]
Tightening torque
[Nm]
[lb−in]
0.37...1.5kW
1 ... 4
18 ... 10
0.5
4.4
3.5 x 0.6
2.2...3.0kW
1 ... 6
18 ... 8
0.8
7.0
3.5 x 0.6
0.37...1.5kW
1 ... 4
18 ... 10
1.7
16
8 x 1.2
2.2...3.0kW
1 ... 6
18 ... 8
1.7
16
8 x 1.2
X1
U, V, W
PE
Features
Name
Description
Rated value
Motor phases
See rated data
X1
U, V, W
Motor temperature monitoring
Danger!
Hazardous electrical voltage
Terminals T1, T2 are on DC−bus voltage potential.
Possible consequences:
ƒ Death or severe injuries when touching the power terminals.
Protective measures:
ƒ Before working on the terminals, disconnect mains and wait for at least
3 minutes.
ƒ Check whether the terminals are deenergised.
Terminal data
Name
Power
Conductor cross−section
[mm2]
[AWG]
Tightening torque
[Nm]
[lb−in]
0.37...1.5kW
1.5
16
0.5
4.4
3.5 x 0.6
2.2...3.0kW
1 ... 6
18 ... 8
0.8
7.0
3.5 x 0.6
X1
T1, T2
Features
Name
Description
Rated value
Motor temperature monitoring
See rated data
Danger! Hazardous electrical voltage.
l T1 and T2 have DC−bus voltage potential .
X1
T1, T2
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4
Power terminals
8400 motec 0.37...3kW
Motor holding brake
Terminal data
Name
Power
Conductor cross−section
[mm2]
[AWG]
Tightening torque
[Nm]
[lb−in]
1.5
16
0.5
4.4
X1
BD1 (+)
BD2 (−)
˘
3.5 x 0.6
Features
Name
X1
BD1 (+)
BD2 (−)
Description
Rated value
Connection of a motor holding brake
Output voltage
(depending on the mains voltage)
Max. output current
Max. output power
Time−dependent behaviour
Short−circuit−proof
Reset and switch−on behaviour
Operating frequency
DC 180 V
DC 215 V
0.3 A
55 VA
See software manual, chapter "Holding brake
control/parameter setting"
No
Outputs are switched off
Max. 30/min
Brake resistor
Terminal data
Name
Power
Conductor cross−section
[mm2]
[AWG]
Tightening torque
[Nm]
[lb−in]
1.5
16
0.5
4.4
X1
Rb1, Rb2
˘
3.5 x 0.6
Features
Name
Description
Rated value
Brake resistor
See rated data
X1
Rb1, Rb2
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Technical data
Power terminals
8400 motec 4...7.5kW
4.6.2
8400 motec 4...7.5kW
X1/X2
E84DG124
Mains
Terminal data
Name
Power
Conductor cross−section
[mm2]
[AWG]
Tightening torque
[Nm]
[lb−in]
1.4
12
PZ 2
5.5 x 10
1.7
15
8 x 1.2
X1
L1, L2, L3
4.0...7.5kW
1 ... 16
18 ... 6
2 x 1 ... 2 x 6 1)
18 ... 6
PE
1)
4.0...7.5kW
1 ... 16
18 ... 6
For looping−through connections (daisy chain) => two conductors with TWIN wire end ferrule
Note!
Terminal X1 is not pluggable.
Features
Name
Description
Rated value
Mains phases
See rated data
X1
L1, L2, L3
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Technical data
4
Power terminals
8400 motec 4...7.5kW
Motor
Terminal data
Name
Conductor cross−section
[mm2]
[AWG]
Tightening torque
[Nm]
[lb−in]
4.0...7.5kW
1 ... 6
18 ... 8
0.8
7
PH 1
3.5 x 0.6
4.0...7.5kW
1 ... 16
18 ... 6
1.7
15
8 x 1.2
Power
X2
U, V, W
PE
Features
Name
Description
Rated value
Motor phases
See rated data
X2
U, V, W
Motor temperature monitoring
Danger!
Hazardous electrical voltage
Terminals T1, T2 are on DC−bus voltage potential.
Possible consequences:
ƒ Death or severe injuries when touching the power terminals.
Protective measures:
ƒ Before working on the terminals, disconnect mains and wait for at least
3 minutes.
ƒ Check whether the terminals are deenergised.
Terminal data
Name
Power
Conductor cross−section
[mm2]
[AWG]
Tightening torque
[Nm]
[lb−in]
0.37...1.5kW
1.5
16
0.5
4.4
3.5 x 0.6
2.2...3.0kW
1 ... 6
18 ... 8
0.8
7.0
3.5 x 0.6
X2
T1, T2
Features
Name
Description
Rated value
Motor temperature monitoring
See rated data
Danger! Hazardous electrical voltage.
l T1 and T2 have DC−bus voltage potential .
X2
T1, T2
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Technical data
Power terminals
8400 motec 4...7.5kW
Motor holding brake
Terminal data
Name
Power
Conductor cross−section
[mm2]
[AWG]
Tightening torque
[Nm]
[lb−in]
1.5
16
0.5
4.4
X2
BD1 (+)
BD2 (−)
˘
3.5 x 0.6
Features
Name
X2
BD1 (+)
BD2 (−)
Description
Rated value
Connection of a motor holding brake
Output voltage
(depending on the mains voltage)
Max. output current
Max. output power
Time−dependent behaviour
Short−circuit−proof
Reset and switch−on behaviour
Operating frequency
DC 180 V
DC 215 V
0.3 A
55 VA
See software manual, chapter "Holding brake
control/parameter setting"
No
Outputs are switched off
Max. 30/min
Brake resistor
Terminal data
Name
Power
Conductor cross−section
[mm2]
[AWG]
Tightening torque
[Nm]
[lb−in]
1.5
16
0.5
4.4
X2
Rb1, Rb2
˘
3.5 x 0.6
Features
Name
Description
Rated value
Brake resistor
See rated data
X2
Rb1, Rb2
56
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Technical data
4
8400 motec Field Package
8400 motec 4...7.5kW
4.6.3
8400 motec Field Package
X1/X100 − Frame Unit
E84DG125
Mains
Terminal data
Name
Power
Conductor cross−section
[mm2]
[AWG]
Tightening torque
[Nm]
[lb−in]
X100
L1, L2, L3
0.37...1.5kW
1 ... 4
18 ... 10
2 x 0.5 ... 2 x 2.5 1)
18 ... 10
2.2...3.0kW
1 ... 6
18 ... 8
2 x 0.5 ... 2 x 2.5 1)
18 ... 8
0.5
4.4
3.5 x 0.6
0.8
7.0
3.5 x 0.6
PE
1)
0.37...1.5kW
1 ... 4
18 ... 10
1.7
16
8 x 1.2
2.2...3.0kW
1 ... 6
18 ... 8
1.7
16
8 x 1.2
For looping−through connections (daisy chain) => two conductors with TWIN wire end ferrule
Features
Name
Description
Rated value
Mains phases
See rated data
X1
L1, L2, L3
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Technical data
8400 motec Field Package
8400 motec 4...7.5kW
Motor
Terminal data
Name
Power
Conductor cross−section
[mm2]
[AWG]
Tightening torque
[Nm]
[lb−in]
0.37...1.5kW
1 ... 4
18 ... 10
0.5
4.4
3.5 x 0.6
2.2...3.0kW
1 ... 6
18 ... 8
0.8
7.0
3.5 x 0.6
0.37...1.5kW
1 ... 4
18 ... 10
1.7
16
8 x 1.2
2.2...3.0kW
1 ... 6
18 ... 8
1.7
16
8 x 1.2
X1
U, V, W
PE
Features
Name
Description
Rated value
Motor phases
See rated data
X1
U, V, W
Motor temperature monitoring
Danger!
Hazardous electrical voltage
Terminals T1, T2 are on DC−bus voltage potential.
Possible consequences:
ƒ Death or severe injuries when touching the power terminals.
Protective measures:
ƒ Before working on the terminals, disconnect mains and wait for at least
3 minutes.
ƒ Check whether the terminals are deenergised.
Terminal data
Name
Power
Conductor cross−section
[mm2]
[AWG]
Tightening torque
[Nm]
[lb−in]
0.37...1.5kW
1.5
16
0.5
4.4
3.5 x 0.6
2.2...3.0kW
1 ... 6
18 ... 8
0.8
7.0
3.5 x 0.6
X1
T1, T2
Features
Name
Description
Rated value
Motor temperature monitoring
See rated data
Danger! Hazardous electrical voltage.
l T1 and T2 have DC−bus voltage potential .
X1
T1, T2
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4
8400 motec Field Package
8400 motec 4...7.5kW
Motor holding brake
Terminal data
Name
Power
Conductor cross−section
[mm2]
[AWG]
Tightening torque
[Nm]
[lb−in]
1.5
16
0.5
4.4
X1
BD1 (+)
BD2 (−)
˘
3.5 x 0.6
Features
Name
X1
BD1 (+)
BD2 (−)
Description
Rated value
Connection of a motor holding brake
Output voltage
(depending on the mains voltage)
Max. output current
Max. output power
Time−dependent behaviour
Short−circuit−proof
Reset and switch−on behaviour
Operating frequency
DC 180 V
DC 215 V
0.3 A
55 VA
See software manual, chapter "Holding brake
control/parameter setting"
No
Outputs are switched off
Max. 30/min
Brake resistor
Terminal data
Name
Power
Conductor cross−section
[mm2]
[AWG]
Tightening torque
[Nm]
[lb−in]
1.5
16
0.5
4.4
X1
Rb1, Rb2
˘
3.5 x 0.6
Features
Name
Description
Rated value
Brake resistor
See rated data
Description
Rated value
Brake resistor
See rated data
X1
Rb1, Rb2
Features
Name
X2
Rb1, Rb2
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Technical data
Control terminals
Overview
4.7
Control terminals
4.7.1
Overview
Controller
enable
Digital
inputs
Digital
outputs
Relay
outputs
Analog
inputs
Safety STO
External 24 V
supply
Number
Number
Number
Number
Number
Number
Number
Basic I/O
1
2
0
1
0
0
0
Standard I/O
1
5
1
1
1
0
0
Extended I/O
1
8
1
1
2
0
0
AS interface
1
5
1
0
0
0
0
CANopen
1
5
1
0
0
0
0
EtherCAT®
1
5
1
0
0
0
1
EtherNet/IP
1
5
1
0
0
0
1
PROFIBUS
1
5
1
0
0
0
1
PROFINET
1
5
1
0
0
0
1
AS−Interface STO
1
5
1
1
1
1
1
CANopen STO
1
5
1
1
1
1
1
EtherCAT® STO
1
5
1
1
1
1
1
EtherNet/IP STO
1
5
1
1
1
1
1
PROFIBUS STO
1
5
1
1
1
1
1
PROFINET STO
1
5
1
1
1
1
1
I/O modules
Fieldbus
Fieldbus with safety
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Technical data
4
Control terminals
General data
4.7.2
General data
General data
Feature
Value/designation
Analog input, voltage
Value range
0...10V
Resolution
10bits
Input resistance
>80kW
Sampling frequency
80Hz (12ms)
Accuracy
±0.1V
Electric strength of external voltage
−7...+30V
Analog input, current
Value range, parameterisable
0.6...+20mA (<0.6mA corresponds to 0)
4...+20mA, fail−safe
Resolution
10bits
Input resistance
250W
Input current in the case of an open circuit
Display "0" (I<0.6mA)
Sampling frequency
80Hz (12ms)
Typical accuracy
±0.2mA
Electric strength of external voltage
−7...+7V
Digital inputs
Switching level
PLC (IEC61131−2)
Max. input current
11mA
Digital outputs
Switching level
PLC (IEC61131−2)
Max. output current
50mA
Relay
Contact
NO contact
Connection
AC250V, 3A
DC24V, 2A...240V, 0.16A
24 V supply
External (24E)
DC input voltage: +19.2...+28.8V
For supporting communication when the mains
voltage is disconnected
Internal (24O)
DC output voltage, max. 100mA for inputs/outputs
and sensor supply
Interfaces
Extensions
Fieldbus via Communication Unit
Safety system
1 safe input for passive/active actuators
Drive interface
Encoder input
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
Via 2 digital inputs, HTL, 2−track, 10kHz
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Technical data
Control terminals
AS−Interface
Standards and application conditions
Feature
Value/designation
Type of protection
EN60529
IP65
Climatic conditions
Storage (EN60721−3−1)
1K3 (temperature: −30°C...+60°C)
Operation (EN60721−3−3)
3K3 (temperature: −30°C...+55°C)
Transport (EN60721−3−2)
2K3 (temperature: −30°C...+75°C)
Insulation voltage to PE reference earth
EN61800−5−1
UAC
50.0V
Safety system
Feature
Value/designation
Communication module
AS−Interface STO, CANopen STO, EtherCAT® STO, EtherNet/IP STO,
PROFIBUS STO, PROFINET STO
Certification
4.7.3
ENISO13849−1
PLe, category 4
EN61800−5−2
SIL3
EN62061
SIL3
IEC61508
SIL3
Fail−safe state
Safe torque off
AS−Interface
Feature
Value/designation
Standard
EN50295 / IEC62026−2
Communication
Communication profile
AS−Interface V3.0
Medium
Two−core cable for data and auxiliary power
Network topology
Free topology (line, ring, tree, star)
Nodes
Slave (single, dual)
Max. 31 standard slaves or safe slaves
Max. 62 A/B slaves
Number of nodes
1... 31
Max. cable length
Per bus segment
lmax
100m without repeater/extender
300m with 2 repeaters/extenders
500m only in star topologies with 2 repeaters/extenders
Baud rate
167kbps (gross)
53kbps (net with data transmission efficiency = 32%)
Rated voltage
62
Urated
, DC
24.0V
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
Technical data
4
Control terminals
CANopen®
4.7.4
CANopen®
Feature
Value/designation
Communication
Communication profile
CANopen, DS301 V4.02
Lenze system bus
Medium
Baud rate
4.7.5
DINISO11898
b
20kbps
50kbps
125kbps
250kbps
500kbps
800kbps
1000kbps
Network topology
Line with 120Ohm terminating resistor on both sides
Nodes
Slave
Multi master
Number of nodes
63
Number of logic process data channels
2 transmit PDOs and 2 receive PDOs (with 1...8bytes each)
Number of logic parameter data
channels
Max. 2 server SDO channels (with 1...8bytes)
Max. cable length
lmax
17m with 1000kbps
40m with 800kbps
110m with 500kbps
290m with 250kbps
630m with 125kbps
1500m with 50kbps
3900m with 20kbps
8000m with 10kbps
Rated voltage
Urated
, DC
24.0V
EtherCAT®
Feature
Value/designation
Communication
Communication profile
CoE (CANopen over EtherCAT)
Medium
CAT5e S7FTP in compliance with ISO/IEC11801 (2002)
Baud rate
b
100kbps
Network topology
Line
Switch
Nodes
Slave
Number of nodes
Max. 65535
Number of logic process data channels
1
Process data words (PCD)
To the master
1...10 (max. 20bytes, 16bits/word)
From the master
1...8 (max. 16bytes, 16bits/word)
Parameter data
Max. mailbox size for CoE transfer
128bytes
Max. cable length
Between two nodes
lmax
100m
Rated voltage
Urated
, DC
24.0V
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Technical data
Control terminals
EtherNet/IP
4.7.6
EtherNet/IP
Feature
Value/designation
Communication
Communication profile
EtherNET/IP, AC Drive
Medium
Baud rate
CAT5e S/FTP in compliance with ISO/IEC11801 / EN50173
b
10/100kbps (full duplex/half duplex)
Network topology
Tree, star, line
Nodes
Slave (adapter)
Number of nodes
Max. 254 in the subnetwork
Number of logic process data channels
1
Process data words (PCD)
16bit
1...16
Max. cable length
4.7.7
Between two nodes
lmax
100m
Rated voltage
Urated
, DC
24.0V
PROFIBUS®
Feature
Value/designation
Communication
Communication profile
PROFIBUS−DP−V0 (DRIVECOM)
PROFIBUS−DP−V1 (PROFIdrive)
Medium
Baud rate
RS485
b
9.6...12000kbps (automatic detection)
Network topology
With repeater: line or tree
Without repeater: line
Nodes
Slave
Number of nodes
31 slaves + 1 master per bus segment
With repeater: 125
DP user data length
Optional parameter channel (4 words) + process data words
Acyclic parameter data channel (DP−V1): max 240bytes
Process data words (PCD)
16bit
1...8
Max. cable length
Per bus segment
lmax
Rated voltage
Urated 24.0V
1200m (depending on the cable type used and the baud rate)
, DC
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4
Control terminals
PROFINET®
4.7.8
PROFINET®
Feature
Value/designation
Communication
Communication profile
PROFINET RT conf. class B
Medium
CAT5e S/FTP in compliance with ISO/ICE11801 (2002)
Baud rate
b
100kbps
Network topology
Tree, star, line
Nodes
Slave (device)
Number of nodes
31 slaves + 1 master per bus segment
With repeater: 125
DP user data length
Optional parameter channel (4 words) + process data words
Acyclic parameter data channel (DP−V1): max 240bytes
Process data words (PCD)
16bit
1...8
Max. cable length
Per bus segment
lmax
Rated voltage
Urated 24.0V
100m
, DC
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Technical data
Dimensions
Standard motor mounting
4.8
Dimensions
4.8.1
Standard motor mounting
E84DG...
Dimensions − standard motor mounting [mm]
Type
a
b
e
a1
e1
e2
m [kg] 2)
161
109
241
75
(20 1))
50
100
2.6
176
135
261
75
(20 1))
50
100
3.5
50
100
5.3
E84DGDVB371T
E84DGDVB551T
E84DGDVB751T
E84DGDVB112T
E84DGDVB152T
E84DGDVB222T
E84DGDVB302T
E84DGDVB402T
E84DGDVB552T
195
176
325
70
(15 1))
E84DGDVB752T
1) Reduction possible if no free space for plugs or cable glands is required.
2) For the Basic I/O design, without cable glands
66
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Technical data
4
Dimensions
Field Package without switch
4.8.2
Field Package without switch
E84DG109a
E84DGS2SCNxND Design with cable gland
E84DGS2EENxND Design with plug
h
b
t
b1
[kW]
...3714... / ...EE...
0.37
...5514... / ...EE...
0.55
...7514... / ...EE...
0.75
...1124... / ...EE...
1.1
...1524... / ...EE...
1.5
...2224... / ...EE...
2.2
...3024... / ...EE...
3.0
0.37
...5514... / ...SC...
0.55
...7514... / ...SC...
0.75
...1124... / ...SC...
1.1
...1524... / ...SC...
1.5
...2224... / ...SC...
2.2
...3024... / ...SC...
3.0
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
h1
g1
g2
g3
[mm]
[kg]
254
211
156
153
156
143
6.5
9
13
3.5
274
211
156
153
176
143
6.5
9
13
4.3
h
b
t
b1
b3
h1
g1
g2
g3
[kW]
...3714... / ...SC...
b3
[mm]
[kg]
254
236
156
153
156
143
6.5
9
13
3.8
274
236
156
153
176
143
6.5
9
13
4.6
67
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Technical data
Dimensions
Field Package with switch
4.8.3
Field Package with switch
E84DG094a
E84DGS3LExxND Design with cable gland
E84DGS3KCxxND Design with plug
h
b
t
b1
b3
[kW]
...3714... / ...LE...
0.37
...5514... / ...LE...
0.55
...7514... / ...LE...
0.75
...1124... / ...LE...
1.1
...1524... / ...LE...
1.5
...2224... / ...LE...
2.2
...3024... / ...LE...
3.0
68
0.37
...5514... / ...KC...
0.55
...7514... / ...KC...
0.75
...1124... / ...KC...
1.1
...1524... / ...KC...
1.5
...2224... / ...KC...
2.2
...3024... / ...KC...
3.0
t1
g1
g2
g3
g4
[mm]
[kg]
362
190
134
153
156
245
134
5.5
10
11
8.5
4
382
190
134
153
176
245
134
5.5
10
11
8.5
4.8
h
b
t
b1
b3
h1
t1
g1
g2
g3
g4
[kW]
...3714... / ...KC...
h1
[mm]
[kg]
362
215
134
153
156
245
134
5.5
10
11
8.5
4.5
382
215
134
153
176
245
134
5.5
10
11
8.5
5.3
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
Installation
5
Important notes
5
Installation
5.1
Important notes
Danger!
Dangerous electrical voltage
All power terminals remain live for up to three minutes after mains
disconnection.
Possible consequences:
ƒ Death or severe injuries when touching the power terminals.
Protective measures:
ƒ Switch off the power supply and wait for at least three minutes before
working on the power terminals.
ƒ Make sure that all power terminals are deenergised.
Danger!
Hazardous electrical voltage
The leakage current to earth (PE) is > 3.5 mA AC or > 10 mA DC.
Possible consequences:
ƒ Death or severe injuries when touching the device in the event of an error.
Protective measures:
Implement the measures required in EN 61800−5−1. Especially:
ƒ Fixed installation
– Implement PE connection in compliance with standards.
– Connect PE conductor twice or PE conductor cross−section ³ 10 mm2.
ƒ Connection with a connector for industrial applications according to
IEC 60309 (CEE):
– PE conductor cross−section ³ 2.5 mm2 as part of a multi−core supply cable.
– Provide for suitable strain relief.
Danger!
Hazardous electrical voltage
Terminals T1, T2 are on DC−bus voltage potential.
Possible consequences:
ƒ Death or severe injuries when touching the power terminals.
Protective measures:
ƒ Before working on the terminals, disconnect mains and wait for at least
3 minutes.
ƒ Check whether the terminals are deenergised.
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Important notes
Stop!
No device protection if the mains voltage is too high
The mains input is not internally fused.
Possible consequences:
ƒ Destruction of the device if the mains voltage is too high.
Protective measures:
ƒ Observe the maximally permissible mains voltage.
ƒ Fuse the device correctly on the supply side against mains fluctuations and
voltage peaks.
Stop!
The device contains components that can be destroyed by electrostatic
discharge!
Before working on the device, the personnel must ensure that they are free of
electrostatic charge by using appropriate measures.
Stop!
Damage of the device
Mounting or dismounting of the controller, especially the Drive Unit can
damage or destroy the device.
Possible consequences:
ƒ The drive may respond in an uncontrolled manner and cause further
damages.
Protective measures:
ƒ Only mount or dismount the controller in deenergised status.
Stop!
Pluggable terminal strips or plug connections
Plugging or removing the terminal strips or plug connections during operation
may cause high voltages and arcing.
Possible consequences:
ƒ Damage of the devices
Protective measures:
ƒ Switch off device.
ƒ Only plug or remove the terminal strips or plug connections in deenergised
status.
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Important notes
Stop!
Overvoltage at components:
In case of an earth fault in IT systems, intolerable overvoltages may occur in
the plant.
Possible consequences:
Destruction of the device.
Protective measures:
Before using the controller in the IT system, remove the contact screws on the
supply side and the motor side. ( 5.6).
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Safety instructions for the installation according to UL/CSA
5.2
Safety instructions for the installation according to UL/CSA
Original − English
Warnings!
ƒ These devices are suitable for field wiring.
ƒ Intended for use with 75 °C wire.
ƒ Intended for use with copper conductors only.
ƒ Suitable for use in a surrounding air temperature of 45 °C, and
– additionally 60 °C when de−rating rules are followed.
ƒ Hot surface. Risk of burn.
ƒ Should this device be mounted on a motor, the combination needs to be
suitable for the type rating.
ƒ The supply terminals are to be tightened to:
– For model suffix’s 371, 551, 751, 112, 152 tighten to 4.4 − 5.3 lb−in.
– For model suffix’s 222, and 302, tighten to 7 lb−in.
ƒ These devices are suitable for use on a circuit capable of delivering not more
than 200000 rms Symmetrical Amperes, 480 V maximum
– When protected by CC, R, T, or J class fuses or
– When protected by a circuit breaker having an interrupting rating not less
than 200000 rms symmetrical amperes, 480 V maximum.
ƒ Use fuses and circuit breakers only.
ƒ Integral solid state short circuit protection does not provide branch circuit
protection. Branch circuit protection must be provided in accordance with
the National Electrical Code and any additional local codes.
ƒ The opening of branch circuit protective devices may be an indication that a
fault current has been interrupted. To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock,
current carrying parts and other components, the controller should be
examined and replaced if damaged.
ƒ These devices provide overload protection rated for 125 % of the rated FLA.
CAUTION!
ƒ Risk of electric shock. Please allow 180 s for the internal capacitors to
discharge.
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Original − French
Warnings!
ƒ These devices are suitable for field wiring.
ƒ Intended for use with 75 °C wire.
ƒ Intended for use with copper conductors only.
ƒ Suitable for use in a surrounding air temperature of 45 °C, and
– additionally 60 °C when de−rating rules are followed.
ƒ Hot surface. Risk of burn.
ƒ Should this device be mounted on a motor, the combination needs to be
suitable for the type rating.
ƒ The supply terminals are to be tightened to:
– For model suffix’s 371, 551, 751, 112, 152 tighten to 4.4 − 5.3 lb−in.
– For model suffix’s 222, and 302, tighten to 7 lb−in.
ƒ These devices are suitable for use on a circuit capable of delivering not more
than 200000 rms Symmetrical Amperes, 480 V maximum
– When protected by CC, R, T, or J class fuses or
– When protected by a circuit breaker having an interrupting rating not less
than 200000 rms symmetrical amperes, 480 V maximum.
ƒ Use fuses and circuit breakers only.
ƒ Integral solid state short circuit protection does not provide branch circuit
protection. Branch circuit protection must be provided in accordance with
the National Electrical Code and any additional local codes.
ƒ The opening of branch circuit protective devices may be an indication that a
fault current has been interrupted. To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock,
current carrying parts and other components, the controller should be
examined and replaced if damaged.
ƒ These devices provide overload protection rated for 125 % of the rated FLA.
CAUTION!
ƒ Risk of electric shock. Please allow 180 s for the internal capacitors to
discharge.
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Installation according to EMC (installation of a CE−typical drive system)
Shielding
5.3
Installation according to EMC (installation of a CE−typical drive system)
Design of the cables
5.3.1
ƒ
It is imperative to comply with the regulations concerning minimum cross−sections
of PE conductors. The cross−section of the PE conductor must be at least as large as
the cross−section of the power connections.
ƒ
The cables used must comply with the approvals required for the location (e.g. UL).
Shielding
Requirements
ƒ
The effectiveness of a shielded cable is reached by:
– Providing a good shield connection through large−surface shield contact.
– Using only braided shields with low shield resistance made of tin−plated or
nickel−plated copper braid.
– Using braided shields with an overlap rate > 70 % and an overlap angle of 90 °.
– Keeping unshielded cable ends as short as possible.
Use system cables or shielded cables for these connections:
ƒ
Motor
ƒ
External brake resistor ( Mounting Instructions of the brake resistor)
ƒ
Motor holding brake (shielding is required when being integrated into the motor
cable; connection to optional motor brake control)
ƒ
Motor temperature monitoring
ƒ
Analog signals (inputs and outputs; single−sided shield connection to the controller)
ƒ
Fieldbus communication (e.g. CANopen, PROFIBUS, ...)
ƒ
Safety system
The following connections need not be shielded:
ƒ
Mains
ƒ
24−V supply
ƒ
Digital signals (inputs and outputs).
– We recommend to use shielded cables for a cable length from approximately 5 m
on or in environments with strong interferences.
Connection system
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ƒ
Extensively apply shielding directly in the plugs.
ƒ
Apply shielding above EMC cable glands.
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Motor cable
5.3.2
Motor cable
ƒ
Only use shielded motor cables with braids made of tinned or nickel−plated copper.
Shields made of steel braids are not suitable.
– The overlap rate of the braid must be at least 70 % with an overlap angle of 90 °.
ƒ
The cables used must correspond to the requirements at the location (e.g.
EN 60204−1).
ƒ
Use Lenze system cables.
ƒ
Extensively apply the shielding in the plug and attach it in a way which ensures
electrical conductivity.
ƒ
The motor cable is optimally installed if
– it is separated from mains cables and control cables,
– it only crosses mains cables and control cables at right angles,
– it is not interrupted.
ƒ
If the motor cable must be opened all the same (e.g. due to chokes, contactors, or
terminals):
– The unshielded cable ends may not be longer than 100 mm (depending on the
cable cross−section).
– Install chokes, contactors, terminals etc. spatially separated from other
components (with a min. distance of 100 mm).
– Install the shield of the motor cable directly before and behind the point of
separation to the mounting plate with a large surface.
ƒ
Connect the shield with a large surface to PE in the terminal box of the motor at the
motor housing.
– Metal EMC cable glands at the motor terminal box ensure a large surface
connection of the shield with the motor housing.
Wiring on the motor side
Stop!
The motor cable is highly susceptible to interference. Therefore you will
achieve an optimum wiring on the motor side if you
ƒ exclusively use shielded and low−capacitance motor cables.
ƒ do not integrate any further cable into the motor cable (e.g. for blowers
etc.).
ƒ shield the supply cable for temperature monitoring of the motor (PTC or
thermostat) and install it separately from the motor cable.
Special conditions allow you to integrate the supply cable for temperature monitoring of
the motor into the motor cable: ( 75)
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Installation according to EMC (installation of a CE−typical drive system)
Control cables
Danger!
Uncontrolled motor movements can occur
If the motor cable is damaged, a short circuit between the brake control cables
and the motor cables can cause motor movements with low torque.
Possible consequences:
ƒ Personnel in the vicinity of the motor can be injured.
Protective measures:
ƒ Install motor cable in a protected way (e.g. in a cable duct).
5.3.3
Control cables
ƒ
Control cables must be shielded to minimise interference injections.
ƒ
Connect the shield correctly:
– Connect the shield of digital input and output cables at both ends.
– Connect the shield of analog input and output cables at one end (at the drive
controller).
ƒ
To achieve an optimum shielding effect (in case of very long cables, with high
interference) one shield end of analog input and output cables can be connected to
PE potential via a capacitor (e.g. 10 nF/250 V) (see sketch).
9300vec043
Fig. 5−1
5.3.4
Shielding of long, analog control cables
Detecting and eliminating EMC interferences
Fault
Interferences of analog
setpoints of your own or
other devices and
measuring systems
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Cause
Remedy
Unshielded motor cable
Use shielded motor cable
Shield contact is not extensive enough
Carry out optimal shielding as specified
Shield of the motor cable is interrupted
by terminal strips, switched, etc.
l
Install additional unshielded cables
inside the motor cable (e.g. for motor
temperature monitoring)
Install and shield additional cables
separately
Too long and unshielded cable ends of
the motor cable
Shorten unshielded cable ends to
maximally 40 mm
Separate components from other
component part with a minimum
distance of 100 mm
l Use motor choke/motor filter
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Installation of 8400 motec pre−assembled on the motor
Installation instructions
5.4
Installation of 8400 motec pre−assembled on the motor
The worksteps to be done during the installation of pre−assembled 8400 motec controllers
depend on the selected connection type of the Wiring Unit:
5.4.1
5.4.2
ƒ
Plugs
ƒ
Cable gland (M25)
Installation instructions
ƒ
If the cooling air is polluted (fluff, (conductive) dust, soot, aggressive gases), take
adequate countermeasures, as e.g.:
– Regular cleaning of the cooling ribs at the controller
– Separate air guide
ƒ
Possible mounting position:
– Observe information on mounting conditions in the chapter "Technical data".
ƒ
Maintain the specified free spaces above and below the controller to other
installations!
ƒ
Ensure untroubled cooling and exhaust air flow.
– Arrangement of several devices only to the sides
Plug at the Wiring Unit
The motor has already been wired with the Wiring Unit by the manufacturer. Make sure
that the plug assignment of the mains cable complies with the plug at the Wiring Unit. You
must plug on and lock the mains cable with the suitable plug.
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Attaching the cable gland
5.4.3
Attaching the cable gland
0.37 ... 3 kW
In order to be able to screw the cable glands in the Wiring Unit and connect the mains cable,
you must first dismount the Drive Unit and the Communication Unit as follows:
1. Loosen the four (captive) fixing screws of the motor inverter.
2. Remove the Drive Unit from the Communication Unit without twisting it.
3. Remove the already wired Communication Unit from plug−in connections or provide
for sufficient free moving space of an available cable harness.
4. Unlock the Communication Unit (see fig. below). Remove the Communication Unit
and position it such that the Wiring Unit can be freely accessed for wiring.
5. Unscrew screw−type blank cap and replace by cable gland. Restore the sealing
requirements.
6. Insert mains cable and wire with L1 ... L3 and the earth connection .
– The same procedure applies to a subsequent connection of another mains cable
for loop−through or a cable for an external brake resistor.
– For an installation of the controller conforming to standards, the second earth
connection can be used for an additional equipotential bonding.
7. Mount the Communication Unit and the Drive Unit in reversed order of the
described steps.
0.37 3 kW
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Installation of 8400 motec pre−assembled on the motor
Attaching the cable gland
4 ... 7.5 kW
In order to be able to screw the cable glands into the Drive Unit and connect the mains
cable, you must first dismount the Communication Unit as follows:
1. Remove the already wired Communication Unit from plug−in connections or provide
for sufficient free moving space of an available cable harness.
2. Loosen the four (captive) screws of the cover of the Communication Unit completely
and remove the cover.
3. Pull the hinged socket connector carefully from the counter plug and turn it into an
upright position. Remove the Communication Unit abziehen and position it in such a
way that the Drive Unit is sufficiently freely accessible for wiring.
4. Unscrew screw−type blank cap and replace by cable gland. Restore the sealing
requirements.
5. Insert mains cable and wire with L1 ... L3 and the earth connection .
– The same procedure applies to a subsequent connection of another mains cable
for loop−through or a cable for an external brake resistor.
6. Re−assemble the frequency inverter in reversed order of the described steps.
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Retrofitting the 8400 motec controller
Installation instructions
5.5
Retrofitting the 8400 motec controller
8400 motec motor inverters for retrofitting existing drives and motors are supplied as set
so that they can be mounted directly without previous dismounting. A set consists of
components which are packaged and marked separately:
ƒ
Wiring Unit, marked with  − WU
ƒ
Communication Unit, marked with ‚ − CU
ƒ
Drive Unit, marked with ƒ − DU
ƒ
Accessories (optional), marked with „ − opt x
Before working on an existing drive, make sure that the system is isolated from supply and
protected against restart.
5.5.1
Installation instructions
ƒ
If the cooling air is polluted (fluff, (conductive) dust, soot, aggressive gases), take
adequate countermeasures, as e.g.:
– Regular cleaning of the cooling ribs at the controller
– Separate air guide
ƒ
Possible mounting position:
– Observe information on mounting conditions in the chapter "Technical data".
ƒ
Maintain the specified free spaces above and below the controller to other
installations!
ƒ
Ensure untroubled cooling and exhaust air flow.
– Arrangement of several devices only to the sides
For mounting, use the screws of the motor terminal box. The installation material must
ensure a durable mechanical connection.
If screws must be replaced, we recommend the following, depending on the motor frame
size:
5.5.2
ƒ
M4/M5/M6 cheese head screw, hexagon socket, according to DIN 912/ISO 4762
ƒ
M4/M5/M6 cheese head screw, torx, according to ISO 14579
Preparing a motor for the 8400 motec installation
In order to install the 8400 motec, you must first remove the terminal box housing. In case
of a standard motor, proceed as follows:
1. After loosening the screws, remove the terminal box cover.
2. Loosening the screws of the terminal box housing. Keep the screws for later
fastening of the WU.
3. Remove the terminal box housing and make sure that the seal for the terminal box
flange is kept for further use with the WU.
4. Usually, no measures have to be taken at the motor terminal block to mount the
WU.
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Mounting the Wiring Unit
5.5.3
Mounting the Wiring Unit
0.37 ... 3 kW
Before being mounted, the WU can be extended with accessories. If there is sufficient
space, accessories can also be mounted subsequently if required. The plug connector in the
WU should be removed for easier handling and later wiring.
Proceed as follows:
1. Remove the plug connector.
2. Remove the blanking plugs from the WU that are to be replaced by cable glands or
accessories for plug connection.
3. Mount the cable glands or the accessories for plug connection considering the
sealing requirements.
4. Mount the WU onto the terminal box flange with the existing seal and screws.
Earthing is achieved by forced contacting.
5. Install the mains connection cable and, if required, additional cables for the external
brake resistor and/or motor holding brake.
6. Wire the mains connection, the brake resistor and/or motor holding brake (if
required) to the plug connector. The PE conductor of the mains cable must be
connected to one of the earthing connectors in the WU.
– In order to ensure compliance with the standards when installing the inverter, the
second earth connection can be used for an additional equipotential bonding.
7. Bolt down the plug connector of the WU in the defined position.
The mounting of the WU is now completed mechanically and electrically.
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Mounting of the Communication Unit
4 ... 7.5 kW
The Wiring Unit is mounted to the Drive Unit by means of the four supplied screws and the
seal. In the case of this device size, accessories are mounted to the Drive Unit. If there is
sufficient space, it is also possible to mount accessories subsequently. The plug connectors
of the Wiring Unit are enclosed loosely.
Proceed as follows:
1. Mount the Wiring Unit to the Drive Unit.
2. Mount the Wiring Unit (with mounted Drive Unit) to the terminal box flange with
the supplied seal and the original screws. Earthing is achieved by means of forced
contact.
3. Install the mains connection cable and, if required, additional cables for the external
brake resistor and/or motor holding brake.
4. Wire the mains connection, the brake resistor and/or motor holding brake (if
required) to the plug connector. The PE conductor of the mains cable must be
connected to one of the earthing connectors in the Drive Unit.
– For an installation of the controller conforming to standards, the second earth
connection can be used for an additional equipotential bonding.
5. Plug the plug connectors of the Wiring Unit onto the Drive Unit.
The mounting of the Wiring Unit and the Drive Unit is now completed mechanicallly and
electrically.
5.5.4
Mounting of the Communication Unit
0.37 ... 3 kW
The CU can be extended with accessories before being mounted. Additional cable glands
or M12 connectors for further input and output signals can be mounted.
How to proceed:
1. In order to protect the CU electronics from damage, it must be unhooked and
separated from the CU frame.
2. Open the prepared bushings as required. Use a suitable tool, e.g. a big screwdriver or
step drill, to remove the areas from inside out. If required, plane rough edges.
3. Insert a connector M12 or cable gland with seal and screw down.
4. Position the CU frame onto the WU. The CU can be rotated by 180° in order that the
position of the cable outlets meets the requirements of the local conditions.
5. Insert the CU electronics and let it snap into place.
6. Wire the additional signals.
7. If a fieldbus is used, where address and transmission speed can be set, they must be
set right now since later settings are only possible after dismounting the DU.
The mounting of the CU is now completed mechanically and electrically.
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Mounting of the Communication Unit
4 ... 7.5 kW
The CU can be extended with accessories before being mounted. Additional cable glands
or M12 connectors for further input and output signals can be mounted.
How to proceed:
1. Turn the hinged socket connector into an upright position.
2. In order to protect the CU electronics from damage, it must be unhooked and
separated from the CU frame.
3. Open the prepared bushings as required. Use a suitable tool, e.g. a big screwdriver or
step drill, to remove the areas from inside out. If required, plane rough edges.
4. Insert a connector M12 or cable gland with seal and screw down.
5. Position the CU frame onto the DU aufsetzen. The CU can be rotated by 180° in
order that the position of the cable outlets meets the local requirements in an
optimal way.
6. Insert the CU electronics and let it snap into place.
7. Wire the additional signals.
8. Turn the hinged socket connector towards the CU and carefully insert it into the
counter plug.
9. If a fieldbus is used, where address and transmission speed can be set, they must be
set right now since later settings are only possible after dismounting the cover.
10. Mount the cover of the Drive Unit to the CU with four screws (1.5 Nm/13 lb−in).
The mounting of the CU is now completed mechanically and electrically.
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Settings at the Drive Unit
5.5.5
Settings at the Drive Unit
Besides parameter setting of the DU via diagnosis terminal (keypad with cable connection)
or parameter setting using the »Engineer«, some features can be set directly ( 124).
5.5.6
Mounting of the Drive Unit
0.37 ... 3 kW
If all previous steps have been executed and completed, the DU can be mounted.
How to proceed:
1. Position the DU in parallel to the WU and CU without twisting it. The four fixing
screws show the correct position if they are put through the locating holes of the CU
into the threads of the WU.
2. The connectors are contacted with light pressure and the DU has reached the final
position.
3. Tighten the four fixing screws (5.0 Nm/44 lb−in)
The installation is completed.
4 ... 7.5 kW
The DU has already been mounted with the WU and is completed by attaching the cover
to the CU.
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Measures when drive is used in IT systems
5.6
Measures when drive is used in IT systems
If the drive is mounted within an IT system, internal filters must be separated from the PE
conductor.
How to proceed:
1. If the controller has already been mounted: switch off mains voltage!
2. Make IT screw accessible.
– Devices up to 3 kW: unscrew small cap on the top.
– Devices from 4 kW: remove small cover on the top.
3. Unscrew and remove the screw(s).
4. Screw the cap on or fit the cover.
IT system
0.37 ... 3 kW
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Wall mounting
Installation instructions
5.7
Wall mounting
5.7.1
Installation instructions
86
ƒ
If the cooling air is polluted (fluff, (conductive) dust, soot, aggressive gases), take
adequate countermeasures, as e.g.:
– Regular cleaning of the cooling ribs at the controller
– Separate air guide
ƒ
Possible mounting position:
– Observe information on mounting conditions in the chapter "Technical data".
ƒ
Maintain the specified free spaces above and below the controller to other
installations!
ƒ
Ensure untroubled cooling and exhaust air flow.
– Arrangement of several devices only to the sides
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Wall mounting
Wall adapter for 0.37...3.0kW
5.7.2
Wall adapter for 0.37...3.0kW
E84DZMAWE1003 b
E84DZMA010b
Nm / [lb−in]
M4
3.4 / 30
M5
3.4 / 30
PE
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[mm2]
[AWG]
[mm]
1 ... 6
18 ... 10
12
1 ... 16
18 ... 6
10
[Nm]
[lb−in]
2.7
24
8.0 x 1.2
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Wall mounting
Wall adapter for 4...7.5kW
5.7.3
Wall adapter for 4...7.5kW
E84DZMAWE2003
E84DZMAWE2005
Nm / [lb−in]
M6
PE
88
5 / 44
[mm2]
[AWG]
[mm]
1 ... 6
18 ... 10
12
1 ... 16
18 ... 6
10
[Nm]
[lb−in]
2.7
24
8.0 x 1.2
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Wall mounting
Frame Unit / Field Package without switch
5.7.4
;;;;
Frame Unit / Field Package without switch
;;;;
c1
c2
E84DG109b
c3
d1
[kW]
5.7.5
...3714...
0.37
...5514...
0.55
...7514...
0.75
...1124...
1.1
...1524...
1.5
9
18
;;;;
...2224...
2.2
...3024...
3.0
9
18
d2
d3
j11
j21
[mm]
184
11
19.9
112.1
177
70
184
11
19.9
112.1
194
70
Frame Unit / Field Package with switch
;;;;
c1
c2
E84DG094b
c3
d1
[kW]
...3714...
0.37
...5514...
0.55
...7514...
0.75
...1124...
1.1
...1524...
1.5
...2224...
2.2
...3024...
3.0
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
d2
d3
j11
j21
[mm]
10.0
10.0
170
10.0
10.5
226
176
60.0
10.0
10.0
170
10.5
10.5
226
193
60.0
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Installation
Power terminals
5.8
Power terminals
0.37 ... 3 kW
X1 BD2 BD1 L1
L2
L3 Rb2 Rb1
U
V
W
T2
E84DG...
T1
...
X1 L1/L2/L3
-
X1 L1/L2/L3
+
J>
M
3~
PTC
K
F1 … F3
PE
N
L1
L2
L3
E84DG...
M
3~
+
+
F
3/PE AC
K
4
+
3/N/PE AC 400 V
E84DG040
E84DG034
4 ... 7.5 kW
X2 BD1 BD2 U
V
W Rb2 Rb1 T1 T2
J>
M
3~
+
PTC
M
3~
+
E84DG069
E84DG079
E84DG...
X1 L3 L2 L1
X1 L1/L2/L3
...
E84DG...
X1 L1/L2/L3
K
F1 … F3
PE
N
L1
L2
L3
F
+
3/PE AC
3/N/PE AC 400 V
E84DG078
90
K
4
E84DG034
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Power terminals
Field Package 0.37...3kW
X1
X1 BD2 BD1 L1 L2 L3 Rb2 Rb1 U
-
V
W T2 T1
+
J>
M
3~
PTC
M
3~
E84DG112a
E84DG117f
X100
L1
L2
L3
N
PE
F
K
3/N/PE AC 400/480 V
X100 L1 L2 L3 24E GND
E84DG112c
E84DG117d
X100
L1
L2
L3
N
PE
F
K
3/N/PE AC 400/480 V
L1'
L2'
L3'
PE
X100 L1 L2 L3 24E GND
E84DG112b
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
E84DG117e
91
5
Installation
Power terminals
Field Package 4...7.5kW
X2 BD1 BD2 U
V
J>
M
3~
PTC
M
3~
W Rb2 Rb1 T1 T2
+
+
E84DG131
E84DG079
E84DG...
X1 L3 L2 L1
X1 L1/L2/L3
...
E84DG...
X1 L1/L2/L3
K
F1 … F3
PE
N
L1
L2
L3
F
+
3/PE AC
4
3/N/PE AC 400 V
E84DG078
92
K
E84DG034
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
Installation
5
Control terminals
Basic I/O
5.9
Control terminals
5.9.1
Basic I/O
Terminals
Mode
Features
Position of M12 plug
Basic I/O
E84DGFCNNNP
Controller enable
RFR
1
Digital inputs
DI
2
Digital outputs
DO
˘
Analog inputs
AI
˘
Relay
NO
1
STO safety function
STO
˘
External 24 V supply
24E
˘
A1
B4
A2
B3
A3
B2
A4
B1
E84DG126a
24 V int.
GND
GND
3.3k
GND
3.3k
DI2
n. c.
3.3k
DI1
24O
RFR
24O
24O
n. c.
n. c.
COM
NO
X4
100 mA
2)
-
S1
+
24 V
ext.
1)
E84DG016
1)
2)
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
External alternative voltage supply
Wire jumper for permanent controller enable (delivery state)
93
5
Installation
Control terminals
Standard I/O
5.9.2
Standard I/O
Terminals
Mode
Features
Standard I/O
E84DGFCSNNP
Controller enable
Position of M12 plug
RFR
1
Digital inputs
DI
5
Digital outputs
DO
1
Analog inputs
AI
1
Relay
NO
1
STO safety function
STO
˘
External 24 V supply
24E
˘
A1
B4
A2
B3
A3
B2
A4
B1
E84DG126a
+10 V/
5 mA
-
S1
+
n. c.
n. c.
n. c.
24 V int.
GND
GND
24O
24O
X3
3.3k
3.3k
DI4
DI5
DO1
3.3k
3.3k
DI3
3.3k
DI2
3.3k
DI1
GND
RFR
AR
AU/AI
2k ... 10k
COM
n. c.
NO
n. c.
X4
100 mA
24 V
ext.
1)
0 ... 10 V / 0/4 ... 20 mA
E84DG015a
1)
2)
94
External alternative voltage supply
Wire jumper for permanent controller enable (delivery state)
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
Installation
5
Control terminals
Extended I/O
5.9.3
Extended I/O
Terminals
Position of M12 plug
DO
1
Analog inputs
AI
2
Relay
NO
1
STO safety function
STO
˘
External 24 V supply
24E
˘
+
A3
B2
A4
B1
n. c.
n. c.
n. c.
24 V int.
GND
B3
+10 V/
5 mA
GND
100 mA
24O
24O
RFR
X3
3.3k
3.3k
DI8
DO1
3.3k
3.3k
3.3k
3.3k
DI5
DI7
3.3k
DI3
DI4
DI6
3.3k
3.3k
DI1
DI2
COM
n. c.
NO
n. c.
X4
A2
E84DG126a
100 mA
S1
B4
24 V
ext.
1)
GA
Digital outputs
A1
2k ... 10k
8
GA
DI
2k ... 10k
Digital inputs
-10 ... +10 V
1
A1U
RFR
A2U
Controller enable
AR
Features
Extended I/O
E84DGFCXNNP
X5
Mode
E84DG0115
1)
2)
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
External alternative voltage supply
Wire jumper for permanent controller enable (delivery state)
95
5
Installation
Control terminals
AS−Interface
5.9.4
AS−Interface
Terminals
Mode
Features
AS interface
E84DGFCAFNP
Controller enable
Position of M12 plug
RFR
1
Digital inputs
DI
5
Digital outputs
DO
1
Analog inputs
AI
˘
Relay
NO
˘
STO safety function
STO
˘
External 24 V supply
24E
˘
RFR
1
Digital inputs
DI
5
Digital outputs
DO
1
Analog inputs
AI
˘
Relay
NO
˘
STO safety function
STO
˘
External 24 V supply
24E
˘
Mode
Features
AS interface
Enhanced
E84DGFCAENP
Controller enable
A1 LED
B4
Bus
B3
A2
A3
A4
B2
DI1/DI2
B1
E84DG126c
Position of M12 plug
A1 LED
A2
Bus
A3
A4
DI3/DO1
B4
B3
B2
DI1/DI2
B1
E84DG126g
-
S1
+
AS-i -
AS-i +
n. c.
24 V int.
GND
GND
24O
24O
X3
3.3k
3.3k
DI4
DI5
DO1
3.3k
3.3k
DI3
3.3k
DI2
3.3k
DI1
n. c.
RFR
n. c.
n. c.
n. c.
n. c.
n. c.
n. c.
X4
100 mA
24 V
ext.
1)
E84DG015b
1)
External alternative voltage supply
Wire jumper for permanent controller enable (delivery state)
2)
Assignment of M12 plug
A2
Assignment
2
3
5
1
4
M12 male socket
A−coding
96
1
ASI IN
2
n.c.
3
ASI OUT
4
n.c.
5
n.c.
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
Installation
5
Control terminals
AS−Interface
A4
Assignment
2
1
24O
2
DI2
3
GND
M12 female
socket A−coding
4
DI1
5
n.c.
B4
Assignment
1
5
3
4
2
1
5
3
4
M12 female
socket A−coding
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
1
24O
2
DI3
3
GND
4
DO1
5
n.c.
97
5
Installation
Control terminals
AS−Interface STO
5.9.5
AS−Interface STO
Terminals
Mode
Features
AS−Interface STO
E84DGFCAFJP
Controller enable
Position of M12 plug
RFR
1
Digital inputs
DI
5
Digital outputs
DO
1
Analog inputs
AI
1
Relay
NO
1
STO safety function
STO
1
External 24 V supply
24E
˘
RFR
1
Digital inputs
DI
5
Digital outputs
DO
1
Analog inputs
AI
1
Relay
NO
1
STO safety function
STO
1
External 24 V supply
24E
˘
Mode
Features
AS−Interface STO
Enhanced
E84DGFCAEJP
Controller enable
A1 LED
B4
Bus
B3
A2
A3
A4
B2
DI1/DI2
B1
E84DG126c
Position of M12 plug
Safety
A1 LED
A2
Bus
NO/DO1 B3
AI B2
A3
A4
B4
B1
DI1/DI2
E84DG126d
+10 V/
5 mA
24 V int.
-
S1
+
24 V
ext.
1)
0 ... 10 V / 0/4 ... 20 mA
24O
GI
DO
SIB
SIA
X61
AS-i -
AS-i +
n. c.
GND
SAFETY
GND
24O
24O
X3
3.3k
3.3k
DI4
DI5
DO1
3.3k
3.3k
DI3
3.3k
DI2
3.3k
DI1
GND
RFR
AR
AU/AI
2k ... 10k
COM
n. c.
NO
n. c.
X4
100 mA
+
DC 24 V
(+19.2 … +28.8 V)
E84DG015c
1)
External alternative voltage supply
Wire jumper for permanent controller enable (delivery state)
2)
Assignment of M12 plug
A2
Assignment
2
3
5
1
4
M12 male socket
A−coding
98
1
ASI IN
2
n.c.
3
ASI OUT
4
n.c.
5
n.c.
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
Installation
5
Control terminals
AS−Interface STO
A4
Assignment
2
1
24O
2
DI2
3
GND
M12 female
socket A−coding
4
DI1
5
n.c.
B2
Assignment
1
5
3
4
2
1
24O
2
AU/AI
3
GND
M12 female
socket A−coding
4
AR
5
n.c.
B3
Assignment
1
5
3
4
2
1
5
3
1
24O
2
DO1
3
GND
M12 female
socket A−coding
4
COM
5
NO
B4
Assignment
4
2
3
5
1
4
M12 male socket
A−coding
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
1
SIA
2
SIB
3
DO
4
24O
5
GI
99
5
Installation
Control terminals
CANopen®
5.9.6
CANopen®
Terminals
Mode
Features
CANopen
E84DGFCCFNP
Controller enable
Position of M12 plug
RFR
1
Digital inputs
DI
5
Digital outputs
DO
1
Analog inputs
AI
˘
Relay
NO
˘
STO safety function
STO
˘
External 24 V supply
24E
˘
RFR
1
Digital inputs
DI
5
Digital outputs
DO
1
Analog inputs
AI
˘
Relay
NO
˘
STO safety function
STO
˘
External 24 V supply
24E
˘
Mode
Features
CANopen
Enhanced
E84DGFCCENP
Controller enable
A1
B4
A2
Bus
B3
A3
Bus
B2
A4
DI1/DI2
B1
E84DG126e
Position of M12 plug
A1
DI3/DO1
B4
A2
Bus
B3
A3
Bus
B2
A4
DI1/DI2
B1
E84DG126h
-
S1
+
CG
CL
CH
24 V int.
GND
GND
24O
24O
X3
3.3k
3.3k
DI4
DI5
DO1
3.3k
3.3k
DI3
3.3k
DI2
3.3k
DI1
n. c.
RFR
n. c.
n. c.
n. c.
n. c.
n. c.
n. c.
X4
100 mA
24 V
ext.
1)
E84DG015d
1)
External alternative voltage supply
Wire jumper for permanent controller enable (delivery state)
2)
Assignment of M12 plug
A2
Assignment
2
3
5
1
1
4
M12 male socket
A−coding
100
A3
2
n.c.
3
CG
4
CH
5
CL
Assignment
2
n.c.
1
5
3
4
M12 female
socket A−coding
1
n.c.
2
n.c.
3
CG
4
CH
5
CL
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
Installation
5
Control terminals
CANopen®
A4
Assignment
2
1
24O
2
DI2
3
GND
M12 female
socket A−coding
4
DI1
5
n.c.
B4
Assignment
1
5
3
4
2
1
5
3
4
M12 female
socket A−coding
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
1
24O
2
DI3
3
GND
4
DO1
5
n.c.
101
5
Installation
Control terminals
CANopen® STO
5.9.7
CANopen® STO
Terminals
Mode
Features
CANopen STO
E84DGFCCFJP
Controller enable
Position of M12 plug
RFR
1
Digital inputs
DI
5
Digital outputs
DO
1
Analog inputs
AI
1
Relay
NO
1
STO safety function
STO
1
External 24 V supply
24E
˘
RFR
1
Digital inputs
DI
5
Digital outputs
DO
1
Analog inputs
AI
1
Relay
NO
1
STO safety function
STO
1
External 24 V supply
24E
˘
Mode
Features
CANopen STO
Enhanced
E84DGFCCEJP
Controller enable
A1
B4
A2
Bus
B3
A3
Bus
B2
A4
DI1/DI2
B1
E84DG126e
Position of M12 plug
A1 LED
Safety
B4
A2
Bus
NO/DO1
B3
A3
Bus
AI
B2
A4
DI1/DI2
B1
E84DG126i
+10 V/
5 mA
24 V int.
-
S1
+
24O
GI
DO
+
24 V
ext.
DC 24 V
(+19.2 … +28.8 V)
1)
0 ... 10 V / 0/4 ... 20 mA
SIB
SIA
X61
CG
CL
CH
GND
SAFETY
GND
24O
24O
X3
3.3k
3.3k
DI4
DI5
DO1
3.3k
3.3k
DI3
3.3k
DI2
3.3k
DI1
GND
RFR
AR
AU/AI
2k ... 10k
COM
n. c.
NO
n. c.
X4
100 mA
E84DG015e
1)
External alternative voltage supply
Wire jumper for permanent controller enable (delivery state)
2)
Assignment of M12 plug
A2
Assignment
2
3
5
1
1
4
M12 male socket
A−coding
102
A3
2
n.c.
3
CG
4
CH
5
CL
Assignment
2
n.c.
1
5
3
4
M12 female
socket A−coding
1
n.c.
2
n.c.
3
CG
4
CH
5
CL
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
Installation
5
Control terminals
CANopen® STO
A4
Assignment
2
1
24O
2
DI2
3
GND
M12 female
socket A−coding
4
DI1
5
n.c.
B2
Assignment
1
5
3
4
2
1
24O
2
AU/AI
3
GND
M12 female
socket A−coding
4
AR
5
n.c.
B3
Assignment
1
5
3
4
2
1
5
3
1
24O
2
DO1
3
GND
M12 female
socket A−coding
4
COM
5
NO
B4
Assignment
4
2
3
5
1
4
M12 male socket
A−coding
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
1
SIA
2
SIB
3
DO
4
24O
5
GI
103
5
Installation
Control terminals
EtherCAT®
5.9.8
EtherCAT®
Terminals
Mode
Features
EtherCAT
E84DGFCTFNP
Controller enable
Position of M12 plug
RFR
1
Digital inputs
DI
5
Digital outputs
DO
1
Analog inputs
AI
˘
Relay
NO
˘
STO safety function
STO
˘
External 24 V supply
24E
1
RFR
1
Digital inputs
DI
5
Digital outputs
DO
1
Analog inputs
AI
˘
Relay
NO
˘
STO safety function
STO
˘
External 24 V supply
24E
1
Mode
Features
EtherCAT
Enhanced
E84DGFCTENP
Controller enable
A1 LED
B4
A2
Bus
B3
A3
Bus
B2
A4
DI1/DI2
B1
E84DG126f
Position of M12 plug
A1 LED
DI3/DO1
B4
A2
Bus
B3
A3
Bus
B2
A4
DI1/DI2
B1
E84DG126j
+
X31
24E
n. c.
-
S1
GND
X32
24 V int.
GND
GND
24O
24O
X3
3.3k
3.3k
DI4
DI5
DO1
3.3k
3.3k
DI3
3.3k
DI2
3.3k
DI1
n. c.
RFR
n. c.
n. c.
n. c.
n. c.
n. c.
n. c.
X4
100 mA
-
24 V
ext.
24 V
+ ext.
1)
E84DG015f
1)
External alternative voltage supply
Wire jumper for permanent controller enable (delivery state)
2)
Assignment of M12 plug
A2
Assignment
2
A3
Assignment
2
TX+
5
1
TX+
2
Rx+
Tx −
2
Rx+
4
3
Tx −
4
3
M12 female
socket D−coding
4
RX−
4
RX−
5
Contact plate
M12 female
socket D−coding
5
Contact plate
1
104
5
1
3
1
3
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
Installation
5
Control terminals
EtherCAT®
A4
Assignment
2
1
24O
2
DI2
3
GND
M12 female
socket A−coding
4
DI1
5
n.c.
B4
Assignment
1
5
3
4
2
1
5
3
4
M12 female
socket A−coding
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
1
24O
2
DI3
3
GND
4
DO1
5
n.c.
105
5
Installation
Control terminals
EtherCAT® STO
5.9.9
EtherCAT® STO
Terminals
Mode
Features
EtherCAT STO
E84DGFCTFJP
Controller enable
Position of M12 plug
RFR
1
Digital inputs
DI
5
Digital outputs
DO
1
Analog inputs
AI
1
Relay
NO
1
STO safety function
STO
1
External 24 V supply
24E
1
RFR
1
Digital inputs
DI
5
Digital outputs
DO
1
Analog inputs
AI
1
Relay
NO
1
STO safety function
STO
1
External 24 V supply
24E
1
Mode
Features
EtherCAT STO
Enhanced
E84DGFCTEJP
Controller enable
A1 LED
B4
A2
Bus
B3
A3
Bus
B2
A4
DI1/DI2
B1
E84DG126f
Position of M12 plug
A1 LED
Safety
B4
A2
Bus
NO/DO1 B3
A3
Bus
AI
A4
DI1/DI2
B2
B1
E84DG126b
+10 V/
5 mA
+
-
24 V
ext.
+
24 V
ext.
24O
GI
DO
SIA
SIB
+
DC 24 V
(+19.2 … +28.8 V)
1)
0 ... 10 V / 0/4 ... 20 mA
X61
X31
24E
GND
n. c.
-
S1
SAFETY
X32
24 V int.
GND
GND
24O
24O
X3
3.3k
3.3k
DI4
DI5
DO1
3.3k
3.3k
DI3
3.3k
DI2
3.3k
DI1
GND
RFR
AR
AU/AI
2k ... 10k
COM
n. c.
NO
n. c.
X4
100 mA
E84DG015g
1)
External alternative voltage supply
Wire jumper for permanent controller enable (delivery state)
2)
Assignment of M12 plug
A2
Assignment
2
1
5
1
3
4
M12 female
socket D−coding
106
A3
Assignment
2
TX+
5
1
TX+
2
Rx+
Tx −
2
Rx+
3
Tx −
4
3
4
RX−
4
RX−
5
Contact plate
M12 female
socket D−coding
5
Contact plate
1
3
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
Installation
5
Control terminals
EtherCAT® STO
A4
Assignment
2
1
24O
2
DI2
3
GND
M12 female
socket A−coding
4
DI1
5
n.c.
B2
Assignment
1
5
3
4
2
1
24O
2
AU/AI
3
GND
M12 female
socket A−coding
4
AR
5
n.c.
B3
Assignment
1
5
3
4
2
1
5
3
1
24O
2
DO1
3
GND
M12 female
socket A−coding
4
COM
5
NO
B4
Assignment
4
2
3
5
1
4
M12 male socket
A−coding
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
1
SIA
2
SIB
3
DO
4
24O
5
GI
107
5
Installation
Control terminals
EtherNet/IP
5.9.10
EtherNet/IP
Terminals
Mode
Features
EtherNet/IP
E84DGFCGFNP
Controller enable
Position of M12 plug
RFR
1
Digital inputs
DI
5
Digital outputs
DO
1
Analog inputs
AI
˘
Relay
NO
˘
STO safety function
STO
˘
External 24 V supply
24E
1
RFR
1
Digital inputs
DI
5
Digital outputs
DO
1
Analog inputs
AI
˘
Relay
NO
˘
STO safety function
STO
˘
External 24 V supply
24E
1
Mode
Features
EtherNet/IP
Enhanced
E84DGFCGENP
Controller enable
A1 LED
B4
A2
Bus
B3
A3
Bus
B2
A4
DI1/DI2
B1
E84DG126f
Position of M12 plug
A1 LED
DI3/DO1
B4
A2
Bus
B3
A3
Bus
B2
A4
DI1/DI2
B1
E84DG126j
+
X31
24E
n. c.
-
S1
GND
X32
24 V int.
GND
GND
24O
24O
X3
3.3k
3.3k
DI4
DI5
DO1
3.3k
3.3k
DI3
3.3k
DI2
3.3k
DI1
n. c.
RFR
n. c.
n. c.
n. c.
n. c.
n. c.
n. c.
X4
100 mA
-
24 V
ext.
24 V
+ ext.
1)
E84DG015f
1)
External alternative voltage supply
Wire jumper for permanent controller enable (delivery state)
2)
Assignment of M12 plug
A2
Assignment
2
A3
Assignment
2
TX+
5
1
TX+
2
Rx+
Tx −
2
Rx+
4
3
Tx −
4
3
M12 female
socket D−coding
4
RX−
4
RX−
5
Contact plate
M12 female
socket D−coding
5
Contact plate
1
108
5
1
3
1
3
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5
Control terminals
EtherNet/IP
A4
Assignment
2
1
24O
2
DI2
3
GND
M12 female
socket A−coding
4
DI1
5
n.c.
B4
Assignment
1
5
3
4
2
1
5
3
4
M12 female
socket A−coding
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
1
24O
2
DI3
3
GND
4
DO1
5
n.c.
109
5
Installation
Control terminals
EtherNet/IP STO
5.9.11
EtherNet/IP STO
Terminals
Mode
Features
EtherNET/IP STO
E84DGFCGFJP
Controller enable
Position of M12 plug
RFR
1
Digital inputs
DI
5
Digital outputs
DO
1
Analog inputs
AI
1
Relay
NO
1
STO safety function
STO
1
External 24 V supply
24E
1
RFR
1
Digital inputs
DI
5
Digital outputs
DO
1
Analog inputs
AI
1
Relay
NO
1
STO safety function
STO
1
External 24 V supply
24E
1
Mode
Features
EtherNET/IP STO
Enhanced
E84DGFCGEJP
Controller enable
A1 LED
B4
A2
Bus
B3
A3
Bus
B2
A4
DI1/DI2
B1
E84DG126f
Position of M12 plug
A1 LED
Safety
B4
A2
Bus
NO/DO1 B3
A3
Bus
AI
A4
DI1/DI2
B2
B1
E84DG126b
+10 V/
5 mA
+
-
24 V
ext.
+
24 V
ext.
24O
GI
DO
SIA
SIB
+
DC 24 V
(+19.2 … +28.8 V)
1)
0 ... 10 V / 0/4 ... 20 mA
X61
X31
24E
GND
n. c.
-
S1
SAFETY
X32
24 V int.
GND
GND
24O
24O
X3
3.3k
3.3k
DI4
DI5
DO1
3.3k
3.3k
DI3
3.3k
DI2
3.3k
DI1
GND
RFR
AR
AU/AI
2k ... 10k
COM
n. c.
NO
n. c.
X4
100 mA
E84DG015g
1)
External alternative voltage supply
Wire jumper for permanent controller enable (delivery state)
2)
Assignment of M12 plug
A2
Assignment
2
1
5
1
3
4
M12 female
socket D−coding
110
A3
Assignment
2
TX+
5
1
TX+
2
Rx+
Tx −
2
Rx+
3
Tx −
4
3
4
RX−
4
RX−
5
Contact plate
M12 female
socket D−coding
5
Contact plate
1
3
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5
Control terminals
EtherNet/IP STO
A4
Assignment
2
1
24O
2
DI2
3
GND
M12 female
socket A−coding
4
DI1
5
n.c.
B2
Assignment
1
5
3
4
2
1
24O
2
AU/AI
3
GND
M12 female
socket A−coding
4
AR
5
n.c.
B3
Assignment
1
5
3
4
2
1
5
3
1
24O
2
DO1
3
GND
M12 female
socket A−coding
4
COM
5
NO
B4
Assignment
4
2
3
5
1
4
M12 male socket
A−coding
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
1
SIA
2
SIB
3
DO
4
24O
5
GI
111
5
Installation
Control terminals
PROFIBUS®
5.9.12
PROFIBUS®
Terminals
Mode
Features
PROFIBUS
E84DGFCPFNP
Controller enable
Position of M12 plug
RFR
1
Digital inputs
DI
5
Digital outputs
DO
1
Analog inputs
AI
˘
Relay
NO
˘
STO safety function
STO
˘
External 24 V supply
24E
1
RFR
1
Digital inputs
DI
5
Digital outputs
DO
1
Analog inputs
AI
˘
Relay
NO
˘
STO safety function
STO
˘
External 24 V supply
24E
1
Mode
Features
PROFIBUS
Enhanced
E84DGFCPENP
Controller enable
A1 LED
B4
A2
Bus
B3
A3
Bus
B2
A4
DI1/DI2
B1
E84DG126f
Position of M12 plug
A1 LED
DI3/DO1
B4
A2
Bus
B3
A3
Bus
B2
A4
DI1/DI2
B1
E84DG126j
+
X31
24E
n. c.
-
S1
GND
X32
24 V int.
GND
GND
24O
24O
X3
3.3k
3.3k
DI4
DI5
DO1
3.3k
3.3k
DI3
3.3k
DI2
3.3k
DI1
n. c.
RFR
n. c.
n. c.
n. c.
n. c.
n. c.
n. c.
X4
100 mA
-
24 V
ext.
24 V
+ ext.
1)
E84DG015f
1)
External alternative voltage supply
Wire jumper for permanent controller enable (delivery state)
2)
Assignment of M12 plug
A2
Assignment
2
1
5
1
3
4
M12 male socket
B−coding
112
A3
2
Channel A
3
n.c.
4
Channel B
5
n.c.
Assignment
2
n.c.
1
PSV2
2
Channel A
4
3
GND
M12 female
socket B−coding
4
Channel B
5
n.c.
1
5
3
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5
Control terminals
PROFIBUS®
A4
Assignment
2
1
24O
2
DI2
3
GND
M12 female
socket A−coding
4
DI1
5
n.c.
B4
Assignment
1
5
3
4
2
1
5
3
4
M12 female
socket A−coding
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
1
24O
2
DI3
3
GND
4
DO1
5
n.c.
113
5
Installation
Control terminals
PROFIBUS® STO
5.9.13
PROFIBUS® STO
Terminals
Mode
Features
PROFIBUS STO
E84DGFCPFJP
Controller enable
Position of M12 plug
RFR
1
Digital inputs
DI
5
Digital outputs
DO
1
Analog inputs
AI
1
Relay
NO
1
STO safety function
STO
1
External 24 V supply
24E
1
RFR
1
Digital inputs
DI
5
Digital outputs
DO
1
Analog inputs
AI
1
Relay
NO
1
STO safety function
STO
1
External 24 V supply
24E
1
Mode
Features
PROFIBUS STO
Enhanced
E84DGFCPEJP
Controller enable
A1 LED
B4
A2
Bus
B3
A3
Bus
B2
A4
DI1/DI2
B1
E84DG126f
Position of M12 plug
A1 LED
Safety
B4
A2
Bus
NO/DO1 B3
A3
Bus
AI
A4
DI1/DI2
B2
B1
E84DG126b
+10 V/
5 mA
+
-
24 V
ext.
+
24 V
ext.
24O
GI
DO
SIA
SIB
+
DC 24 V
(+19.2 … +28.8 V)
1)
0 ... 10 V / 0/4 ... 20 mA
X61
X31
24E
GND
n. c.
-
S1
SAFETY
X32
24 V int.
GND
GND
24O
24O
X3
3.3k
3.3k
DI4
DI5
DO1
3.3k
3.3k
DI3
3.3k
DI2
3.3k
DI1
GND
RFR
AR
AU/AI
2k ... 10k
COM
n. c.
NO
n. c.
X4
100 mA
E84DG015g
1)
External alternative voltage supply
Wire jumper for permanent controller enable (delivery state)
2)
Assignment of M12 plug
A2
Assignment
2
1
5
1
3
4
M12 male socket
B−coding
114
A3
2
Channel A
3
n.c.
4
Channel B
5
n.c.
Assignment
2
n.c.
1
PSV2
2
Channel A
4
3
GND
M12 female
socket B−coding
4
Channel B
5
n.c.
1
5
3
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Installation
5
Control terminals
PROFIBUS® STO
A4
Assignment
2
1
24O
2
DI2
3
GND
M12 female
socket A−coding
4
DI1
5
n.c.
B2
Assignment
1
5
3
4
2
1
24O
2
AU/AI
3
GND
M12 female
socket A−coding
4
AR
5
n.c.
B3
Assignment
1
5
3
4
2
1
5
3
1
24O
2
DO1
3
GND
M12 female
socket A−coding
4
COM
5
NO
B4
Assignment
4
2
3
5
1
4
M12 male socket
A−coding
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
1
SIA
2
SIB
3
DO
4
24O
5
GI
115
5
Installation
Control terminals
PROFINET®
5.9.14
PROFINET®
Terminals
Mode
Features
PROFINET
E84DGFCRFNP
Controller enable
Position of M12 plug
RFR
1
Digital inputs
DI
5
Digital outputs
DO
1
Analog inputs
AI
˘
Relay
NO
˘
STO safety function
STO
˘
External 24 V supply
24E
1
RFR
1
Digital inputs
DI
5
Digital outputs
DO
1
Analog inputs
AI
˘
Relay
NO
˘
STO safety function
STO
˘
External 24 V supply
24E
1
Mode
Features
PROFINET
Enhanced
E84DGFCRENP
Controller enable
A1 LED
B4
A2
Bus
B3
A3
Bus
B2
A4
DI1/DI2
B1
E84DG126f
Position of M12 plug
A1 LED
DI3/DO1
B4
A2
Bus
B3
A3
Bus
B2
A4
DI1/DI2
B1
E84DG126j
+
X31
24E
n. c.
-
S1
GND
X32
24 V int.
GND
GND
24O
24O
X3
3.3k
3.3k
DI4
DI5
DO1
3.3k
3.3k
DI3
3.3k
DI2
3.3k
DI1
n. c.
RFR
n. c.
n. c.
n. c.
n. c.
n. c.
n. c.
X4
100 mA
-
24 V
ext.
24 V
+ ext.
1)
E84DG015f
1)
External alternative voltage supply
Wire jumper for permanent controller enable (delivery state)
2)
Assignment of M12 plug
A2
Assignment
2
A3
Assignment
2
TX+
5
1
TX+
2
Rx+
Tx −
2
Rx+
4
3
Tx −
4
3
M12 female
socket D−coding
4
RX−
4
RX−
5
Contact plate
M12 female
socket D−coding
5
Contact plate
1
116
5
1
3
1
3
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5
Control terminals
PROFINET®
A4
Assignment
2
1
24O
2
DI2
3
GND
M12 female
socket A−coding
4
DI1
5
n.c.
B4
Assignment
1
5
3
4
2
1
5
3
4
M12 female
socket A−coding
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
1
24O
2
DI3
3
GND
4
DO1
5
n.c.
117
5
Installation
Control terminals
PROFINET® STO
5.9.15
PROFINET® STO
Terminals
Mode
Features
PROFINET STO
E84DGFCRFJP
Controller enable
Position of M12 plug
RFR
1
Digital inputs
DI
5
Digital outputs
DO
1
Analog inputs
AI
1
Relay
NO
1
STO safety function
STO
1
External 24 V supply
24E
1
RFR
1
Digital inputs
DI
5
Digital outputs
DO
1
Analog inputs
AI
1
Relay
NO
1
STO safety function
STO
1
External 24 V supply
24E
1
Mode
Features
PROFINET STO
Enhanced
E84DGFCREJP
Controller enable
A1 LED
B4
A2
Bus
B3
A3
Bus
B2
A4
DI1/DI2
B1
E84DG126f
Position of M12 plug
A1 LED
Safety
B4
A2
Bus
NO/DO1 B3
A3
Bus
AI
A4
DI1/DI2
B2
B1
E84DG126b
+10 V/
5 mA
+
-
24 V
ext.
+
24 V
ext.
24O
GI
DO
SIA
SIB
+
DC 24 V
(+19.2 … +28.8 V)
1)
0 ... 10 V / 0/4 ... 20 mA
X61
X31
24E
GND
n. c.
-
S1
SAFETY
X32
24 V int.
GND
GND
24O
24O
X3
3.3k
3.3k
DI4
DI5
DO1
3.3k
3.3k
DI3
3.3k
DI2
3.3k
DI1
GND
RFR
AR
AU/AI
2k ... 10k
COM
n. c.
NO
n. c.
X4
100 mA
E84DG015g
1)
External alternative voltage supply
Wire jumper for permanent controller enable (delivery state)
2)
Assignment of M12 plug
A2
Assignment
2
1
5
1
3
4
M12 female
socket D−coding
118
A3
Assignment
2
TX+
5
1
TX+
2
Rx+
Tx −
2
Rx+
3
Tx −
4
3
4
RX−
4
RX−
5
Contact plate
M12 female
socket D−coding
5
Contact plate
1
3
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5
Control terminals
PROFINET® STO
A4
Assignment
2
1
24O
2
DI2
3
GND
M12 female
socket A−coding
4
DI1
5
n.c.
B2
Assignment
1
5
3
4
2
1
24O
2
AU/AI
3
GND
M12 female
socket A−coding
4
AR
5
n.c.
B3
Assignment
1
5
3
4
2
1
5
3
1
24O
2
DO1
3
GND
M12 female
socket A−coding
4
COM
5
NO
B4
Assignment
4
2
3
5
1
4
M12 male socket
A−coding
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
1
SIA
2
SIB
3
DO
4
24O
5
GI
119
6
Commissioning
Before you start
6
Commissioning
Note!
ƒ Please observe the general safety instructions (
12).
ƒ Please observe the notes regarding residual hazards (
6.1
18).
Before you start
Selection of the appropriate commissioning tool
Tip!
Use the »Engineer« to carry out extensive parameter setting and
configuration. The online help which is available for each device and the
accompanying software documentation will assist you.
The 8400 motec keypad (diagnosis terminal version) can be used for quick
commissioning and checking individual parameters on the controller.
Low rotating field frequency with a self−ventilated motor
Danger!
ƒ For thermal reasons, continuous operation of self−ventilated motors at low
field frequency and rated motor current is not permissible. If required,
activate a motor temperature monitoring with C00585
– motor temperature monitoring with I2xt (see software manual)
– motor temperature monitoring with motor PTC (see software manual).
ƒ When setting the V/f base frequency (C00015), please observe the following
difference to the 8400 StateLine/HighLine/TopLine controllers:
For the 8400 motec drive, the reference voltage for the V/f base frequency is
the rated motor voltage (C00090) according to the motor nameplate
(independently of the line−side supply voltage).
Fan for 4...7.5kW Drive Unit
Note!
If the heatsink temperature of the 4...7.5kW Drive Unit exceeds a
permanently defined limit value, the fans of the Drive Unit will switch on
automatically.
ƒ The limit value for the temperature monitoring function is defined in the
device and cannot be parameterised.
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Before you start
Tip!
In the Lenze setting, the VFCplus motor control (V/f characteristic control) with
linear characteristic is set in C00006.
ƒ VFCplus is especially suitable for the operation of machines with a linear or
square−law load torque characteristic (e.g. fan).
ƒ The parameters are preset so that, with an inverter that is adapted in terms
of power and a 50 Hz motor, the inverter is ready for operation without
further parameterisation and the motor is working satisfactorily.
Recommendations for the following application cases:
ƒ Inverter and motor differing strongly in terms of power:
– Set code C00022 (Imax limit in motor mode) to 2×Irated motor.
ƒ High starting torque:
– Set code C00016 (Vmin boost) in no−load operation of the motor, so that
the rated motor current is flowing with a rotating field frequency f = 3 Hz
(C00058).
ƒ Noise optimisation:
– Set code C00018 to the value "3" (switching frequency 16 kHz).
ƒ High torque at low speeds (without feedback):
– Select "Vector control" operating mode.
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Commissioning
Handling the memory module
6.2
Handling the memory module
Danger!
After power−off, wait at least three minutes before working on the inverter.
When removing the memory module, ensure that the inverter is deenergised.
All parameters of the drive system are saved non−volatilely on the memory module. These
include the parameters of the inverter and communication−relevant parameters for the
communication unit used.
The plug−in version is especially suited for
ƒ
restoring an application after replacing a device,
ƒ
duplicating identical drive tasks within the 8400 motec frequency inverter series,
e.g. by using the EPM Programmer that is optionally available.
0.37...3kW
E84DG128
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Handling the memory module
4...7.5kW
E84DG127
Memory module, pluggable
Note!
ƒ When the device is switched on, all parameters are automatically loaded
from the memory module to the main memory of the inverter.
– If DIP1/1 is in the ON position, the inverter works with the settings made
via DIP1 and DIP2 and shows these settings in the corresponding codes.
ƒ The 8400 BaseLine and 8400 motec inverters use the same (grey) memory
module. The memory module can be shifted between these inverters,
however, the corresponding inverter must be reparameterised afterwards.
When handling the memory module, a distinction is drawn between the following
scenarios:
Delivery status
ƒ
The memory module is plugged into the EPM slot of the drive unit.
ƒ
The Lenze setting of the parameters is stored in the memory module.
ƒ
The memory module is available as a spare part ˘ without any data contents˘.
During operation
Parameter sets can be saved manually.
ƒ
Parameter sets can be loaded manually.
ƒ
Parameter changes can be saved automatically.
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Commissioning
Commissioning via DIP switch/potentiometer
6.3
Commissioning via DIP switch/potentiometer
Stop!
Automatic motor start
In "Local mode" The auto−start option "Inhibit at power−on" is not set. When
the mains is connected, the motor starts if the controller enable RFR is bridged
or set.
("Local mode" => DIP1/1 = ON and DIP2/5−7 = OFF)
Possible consequences:
ƒ Danger or damages through unexpected motor start.
Protective measures:
ƒ Decouple the motor from the drive train during commissioning phase.
ƒ Replace the factory−set bridge at RFR by an NO contact.
ƒ Do not set controller enable.
For initial commissioning, settings can be made via DIP switch and potentiometer. The
settings must be made before mounting the drive unit since the setting elements cannot
be accessed from the outside.
From software version 07.00.00 onwards, you can use DIP2/8 to set two different
pre−assignments of DIP1, DIP2, P1, P2, and P3:
ƒ
DIP2/8=OFF: DIP switch/ potentiometer assignment 0
ƒ
DIP2/8=ON: DIP switch/ potentiometer assignment 1
Up to software version 07.00.00, only DIP switch/ potentiometer assignment 0 is available.
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Commissioning via DIP switch/potentiometer
Setting elements 0.37 ... 3 kW
The setting elements are located on the inner side of the drive unit.
Settings carried out via DIP1, DIP2, P2, P3, and P1 must be activated with DIP1/1. The
settings are accepted again at every mains connection. Thus, changes on parameters made
in the meantime may be overwritten.
0.37 ... 3 kW
E84DG041
E84DG044
Name
DIP1
DIP2
DIP switch for commissioning
P1
Setting "Top Cover: Speed ... %"
P2
Setting "Speed ... %", (speed)
P3
Setting "Ramp ... s", (acceleration/deceleration time)
X70
Connection for E94AZCUS USB diagnostic adapter or diagnosis terminal
LED status display
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Commissioning
Commissioning via DIP switch/potentiometer
Setting elements 4 ... 7.5 kW
The setting elements are located on the top of the drive unit.
ƒ
Provide for isolation from supply and secure to prevent a restart.
ƒ
Remove small cover on the top.
Settings carried out via DIP1, DIP2, P2, P3, and P1 must be activated with DIP1/1. The
settings are accepted again at every mains connection. Thus, changes on parameters made
in the meantime may be overwritten.
4 ... 7.5 kW
E84DG083
Name
DIP1
DIP2
126
DIP switch for commissioning
P1
Setting "Top Cover: Speed ... %"
P2
Setting "Speed ... %", (speed)
P3
Setting "Ramp ... s", (acceleration/deceleration time)
X70
Connection for E94AZCUS USB diagnostic adapter or diagnosis terminal
LED status display
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Commissioning
6
Commissioning via DIP switch/potentiometer
DIP switch / potentiometer assignment 0
6.3.1
DIP switch / potentiometer assignment 0
Settings with DIP1
(Lenze setting bold)
DIP1
Switch
Description
1
DIP1, DIP2, P1, P2,
and P3 active
Active
ON
Inactive
OFF
2
3
Direction of
rotation
left
ON
right
OFF
Control
square−law
ON
linear
OFF
Flying restart
circuit
Reserved
Device status
Device status
4
active
ON
inactive
OFF
−
Drive Ready:
NO/COM= Closed
Drive Fail:
DO1=HIGH
Drive Ready:
DO1=HIGH
Drive Fail:
NO/COM= Closed
5
6
7
OFF
OFF
OFF
8
ON
OFF
Settings with DIP2
(Lenze setting bold)
DIP2
Switch
Description
Rated motor frequency / reference
speed
Analog input mode
Control mode − technology
application
Reserved
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2
OFF
OFF
5
6
7
60 Hz / 1800rpm
ON
OFF
87 Hz / 2610rpm
OFF
ON
120Hz / 3600rpm
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
10 (terminals 0)
ON
OFF
OFF
12 (terminals 2)
OFF
ON
OFF
14 (terminals 11)
ON
ON
OFF
16 (terminals 16)
OFF
OFF
ON
Reserved
ON
OFF
ON
Reserved
OFF
ON
ON
40 (MCI)
ON
ON
ON
50 Hz / 1500rpm
3
4
0 ... 10 V
OFF
OFF
0 ... 20 mA
ON
OFF
4 ... 20 mA
OFF
ON
Not permissible
ON
ON
9 (Local mode)
−
8
OFF
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DIP switch / potentiometer assignment 0
Control modes
DIP2/5−7
9
(local mode)
10
(terminals 0)
12
(terminals 2)
14
(terminals 11)
16
(terminals 16)
40
(MCI)
128
Description
(DIx High)
The technology application is controlled locally via elements on the inverter and the digital
input terminals:
At mains connection the motor starts up automatically if RFR is bridged or set!
DI1
Setpoint of P2 (speed)
DI2
Preset setpoint 2
DI3
Activate DC injection brake
DI4
Change of direction of rotation (not possible if DIP1/2 = on (set to the left))
DI5
Release holding brake manually (operating mode after setting C02580)
Preset setpoint 3
The technology application is controlled via the digital input terminals of the inverter:
DI1
Preset setpoint 1
DI2
Preset setpoint 2
DI3
Activate DC injection brake
DI4
Change of direction of rotation
DI5
Release holding brake manually (operating mode after setting C02580)
Preset setpoint 3
The technology application is controlled via the digital input terminals of the inverter:
DI1
Preset setpoint 1
DI2
Preset setpoint 2
DI3
Quick stop
DI4
Change of direction of rotation
DI5
Release holding brake manually (operating mode after setting C02580)
Preset setpoint 3
The technology application is controlled via the digital input terminals of the inverter:
DI1
Change of direction of rotation
DI2
Activate DC injection brake
DI3
Motor potentiometer: speed higher
DI4
Motor potentiometer: speed lower
DI5
Release holding brake manually (operating mode after setting C02580)
The technology application is controlled via the digital input terminals of the inverter:
DI1
Preset setpoint 1
DI2
Preset setpoint 2
DI3
CW rotation/quick stop
DI4
CCW rotation/quick stop
DI5
Release holding brake manually (operating mode after setting C02580)
Preset setpoint 3
The technology application is controlled via fieldbus communication.
Depending on the Communication Unit available
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DIP switch / potentiometer assignment 0
Settings with P2
(Lenze setting bold)
With P2 you set the motor setpoint speed as a percentage of the rated speed in C00011 in
10 steps (preset speed setpoint). The preset setpoint is only activated if the DI1 input is set
in "Local mode".
P2
Setting
Description
Motor speed in percent of the rated speed setting
C00011
[%]
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
11
22
33
44
55
66
77
88
100
Settings with P3
(Lenze setting bold)
Use P3 to set the acceleration and deceleration time of the motor.
P3
Setting
Description
Acceleration and deceleration time of the motor
in seconds
[s]
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0.1
0.5
1
2
5
10
20
30
60
120
Settings with P1
(Lenze setting bold)
During operation you can use P1 to steplessly set the motor speed as a percentage of the
rated speed in C00011 if no preset speed setpoint P2 is active via DI1.
Remove cap in order to be able to set potentiometer P1.
ƒ
Screw cap on again after the setting process, in order to ensure that the degree of
protection of the inverter is provided.
P1
Setting
Description
Motor speed in percent of the rated speed C00011
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0
...
9
0
...
100
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DIP switch / potentiometer assignment 1
6.3.2
DIP switch / potentiometer assignment 1
(from software version 07.00.00 onwards)
Settings with DIP1
(Lenze setting bold)
DIP1
Switch
Description
2
4
5
Brake control off, restart on the fly off
OFF
OFF
Brake control off, restart on the fly on
ON
OFF
Brake control automatically
horizontally, restart on the fly off
OFF
ON
Brake control automatically vertically,
restart on the fly off
ON
ON
DIP1, DIP2, P1, P2,
P3
Active
ON
Inactive
OFF
Motor power
Motor power > inverter power
ON
Motor power = inverter power
OFF
Control
Brake control /
restart on the fly
3
VFCplus ECO
ON
VFCplus linear
OFF
6
7
Motor mounting
direction
Inverted
ON
Not inverted
OFF
Function P1
Preset setpoint3 is always written to
with P1
ON
Preset setpoint3 is written to once at
mains connection with P1
OFF
Load parameters
after mains
connection
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1
8
Load parameters from memory module
ON
Load parameters from the Lenze setting
OFF
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DIP switch / potentiometer assignment 1
Settings with DIP2
(Lenze setting bold)
DIP2
Switch
Description
Rated motor frequency / reference
speed
Configuration of application
Control mode − technology
application
Selection of DIP switch /
potentiometer assignment
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1
2
OFF
OFF
3
4
60 Hz / 1800rpm
ON
OFF
87 Hz / 2610rpm
OFF
ON
120Hz / 3600rpm
Speed actuating drive
(1000)
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
AC Drive Profile (1100)
ON
OFF
Switch−off positioning
(3000)
OFF
ON
Reserved
ON
ON
50 Hz / 1500rpm
5
6
7
9 (Local mode)
OFF
OFF
OFF
10 (terminals 0)
ON
OFF
OFF
12 (terminals 2)
OFF
ON
OFF
14 (terminals 11)
ON
ON
OFF
16 (terminals 16)
OFF
OFF
ON
Reserved
ON
OFF
ON
41 (AS−Interface)
OFF
ON
ON
40 (MCI/CAN)
ON
ON
ON
8
DIP
switch / potentiometer
assignment 0
OFF
DIP
switch / potentiometer
assignment 1
ON
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DIP switch / potentiometer assignment 1
Control modes
DIP2/5−7
9
(local mode)
10
(terminals 0)
12
(terminals 2)
14
(terminals 11)
16
(terminals 16)
40
(MCI)
132
Description
(DIx High)
The technology application is controlled locally via elements on the inverter and the digital
input terminals:
At mains connection the motor starts up automatically if RFR is bridged or set!
DI1
Setpoint of P2 (speed)
DI2
Preset setpoint 2
DI3
Activate DC injection brake
DI4
Change of direction of rotation (not possible if DIP1/2 = on (set to the left))
DI5
Release holding brake manually (operating mode after setting C02580)
Preset setpoint 3
The technology application is controlled via the digital input terminals of the inverter:
DI1
Preset setpoint 1
DI2
Preset setpoint 2
DI3
Activate DC injection brake
DI4
Change of direction of rotation
DI5
Release holding brake manually (operating mode after setting C02580)
Preset setpoint 3
The technology application is controlled via the digital input terminals of the inverter:
DI1
Preset setpoint 1
DI2
Preset setpoint 2
DI3
Quick stop
DI4
Change of direction of rotation
DI5
Release holding brake manually (operating mode after setting C02580)
Preset setpoint 3
The technology application is controlled via the digital input terminals of the inverter:
DI1
Change of direction of rotation
DI2
Activate DC injection brake
DI3
Motor potentiometer: speed higher
DI4
Motor potentiometer: speed lower
DI5
Release holding brake manually (operating mode after setting C02580)
The technology application is controlled via the digital input terminals of the inverter:
DI1
Preset setpoint 1
DI2
Preset setpoint 2
DI3
CW rotation/quick stop
DI4
CCW rotation/quick stop
DI5
Release holding brake manually (operating mode after setting C02580)
Preset setpoint 3
The technology application is controlled via fieldbus communication.
Depending on the Communication Unit available
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Settings with P2
(Lenze setting bold)
Use P2 to write different preset setpoints to C00039/1 and C00039/2.
P2
Setting
Description
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Write preset setpoint1 to C00039/1
[%]
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
Write preset setpoint2 to C00039/2
[%]
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
Settings with P3
(Lenze setting bold)
Use P3 to write different acceleration/deceleration times to C00012/C00013 including
different deceleration times for quick stop to C00105.
P3
Setting
Description
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1
1.5
2
5
10
30
60
1
1.5
2
5
10
30
Write acceleration/deceleration time to
C00012/C00013
[s]
0.1
0.5
0.7
Write deceleration time for quick stop to C00105
[s]
0.1
0.2
0.5 0.7
Settings with P1
(Lenze setting bold)
Use P1 to write a preset speed setpoint to C00039/3. Depending on the switch position of
DIP1/7, C00039/3 is written to once or permanently at mains connection.
Remove cap in order to be able to set the P1 potentiometer.
ƒ
Screw cap on again after the setting process, in order to ensure the degree of
protection of the inverter.
P1
Setting
Description
Write preset setpoint3 to C00039/3
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0
...
9
0
...
100
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Before switching on
6.3.3
Before switching on
ƒ
The wiring unit is mounted and wired as described in the instructions,
– directly on a motor clamping flange or
– with the wall adapter on a suitable surface near the motor.
ƒ
Connections with the mains, motor, holding brakes, etc. have been established.
ƒ
The communication unit has been mounted and wired according to the scheduled
application.
– Input and output signals
– Safe input
– Fieldbus
(depending on the version, only optionally available)
ƒ
If required, the basic settings for "local mode" have been carried out.
– DIP switch
– Potentiometer
ƒ
The drive unit has been mounted and screwed together.
ƒ
Use available control functions reasonably, e.g.
– Inhibit controller enable
– Set speed adjustment to the minimum setting
– Activate safety system
ƒ
The use of a brake resistor has been checked.
– In the case of dynamic loads or difficult control conditions, the use of the internal
E84DZEW47R0 brake resistor is always recommended for devices E84DGDVB4024
... 7524 (4...7.5 kW).
Danger!
Great hazard potential during commissioning
Incorrect settings may cause unexpected and dangerous motor and system
movements.
Possible consequences:
ƒ Damage to material assets
ƒ Injury to persons
Protective measures:
ƒ Clear hazardous area
ƒ Observe safety instructions and safety clearances
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Commissioning steps
6.3.4
Commissioning steps
Proceed step by step:
ƒ
Switch on the mains
ƒ
Monitor status display
– After a short initialisation time, the display must be blinking green.
ƒ
Deactivate requirements of the safety function
ƒ
Set controller enable
– After the set starting time, the motor must rotate with the speed set.
ƒ
Initial check of the expected behaviour:
– Direction of rotation?
– Starting time?
– Speed?
– Speed control?
ƒ
Check of optional control functions:
– Is the analog setpoint selection working?
– Are the digital control signals, e.g. limit switches, working?
– Is the connected motor holding brake working?
– Is the function for changing over the rotating direction working?
– Is the requirement with regard to the safety function working?
– Are the control signals via fieldbus working?
ƒ
Switch off drive
– Reduce speed
– Inhibit controller enable
– Switch off mains
Note!
Save parameter settings safe against mains failure
In order to prevent parameter settings carried out in the device from being lost
by mains switching, you have to explicitly save the parameter set with mains
failure protection in the device.
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6.4
Commissioning via the diagnosis terminal
The X400 diagnosis terminal serves to quickly and easily set parameters and display
current actual values and device states by means of the corresponding display parameters.
For this purpose, the diagnosis terminal must be plugged onto the X70 diagnostic interface
on the top of the device.
Danger!
Uncontrolled motor movement possible
In general, changing a parameter causes an immediate response in the
inverter.
Possible consequences:
ƒ This may lead to undesirable behaviour on the motor shaft if the inverter
has been enabled.
Protective measures:
ƒ Make changes in small steps and wait for response.
ƒ Certain device commands or settings which may cause critical states of drive
behaviour constitute exceptions. Such parameter changes are only possible
if the inverter is inhibited. Otherwise, a corresponding error message will be
issued.
Note!
Plugging and unplugging the diagnosis terminal during operation is
permissible.
More information ....
Detailed information regarding the diagnosis terminal can be found in the
operating instructions for the X400 keypad & diagnosis terminal.
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Display elements and function keys
6.4.1
Display elements and function keys




E94AZKAE003
Display
Meaning
Comment
LCD display
A1 Headline
<MM
M>
Meaning of the menu
In the menu level only
<PPP> Meaning of the parameter
In the parameter level only
A2 Triple−spaced display
<M1> List of the menus available
<M2>
<...>
In the menu level only
<P1>
<P2>
<...>
In the parameter level only
List of the parameters available
<xxx> Setting of the selected parameter
A3 Status of the basic device
The basic device is ready for operation.
The basic device is enabled.
Application in the basic device is stopped.
Quick stop active
The basic device is inhibited.
The basic device is ready to start.
Speed controller 1 in the limitation
The power outputs are inhibited.
The drive is torque−controlled.
Set current limit exceeded in motor or
generator mode
!
Pulse inhibit active
"
System error active
#
Error active
$
Fault active
%
Quick stop by trouble active
&
Warning active
The power outputs are inhibited.
A4 Current function of the right function key
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Confirm and accept changes
(
Call up help
)
Browse to the next page.
Is only displayed if a detailed help is available.
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Menu structure
Display
Meaning
Comment
A5 Current function of the left function key
*
Back to the main menu
+
Save parameter set in the drive non−volatilely.
,
Alter parameter
-
Cancel action without accepting the change.
.
Browse to the previous page.
/
Parameter can only be altered if the application
of the basic device is stopped.
0
Parameter can only be altered if the basic device
is inhibited.
Key
Function
Comment
1
Carry out the function indicated in the field A4.
2
Deactivate the function of the 3 key.
The LED in the 3 key goes out.
3
Carry out the function selected in C00469 in the "Keypad" Lenze setting:
menu.
activate quick stop.
The LED in the key is on.
4
1
Carry out the function indicated in the field A5.
Function
Key
Menu level
Main menu
Overview
(9400)
Detail
Editing mode
56
Select menu
Select submenu
Select parameter
Alter selected
digit
7
To the submenu
To the parameter
level
To the detail view
Cursor to the right
Back to the main
menu
Back to the menu
level
8
6.4.2
Parameter level
Submenu
Back to the
overview
Cursor to the left
Menu structure
The main menu of the diagnosis terminal contains the following entries:
Menu item
Function
User menu
Display of a selection of frequently required parameters
Code list
Display of the parameter list with all parameters
Go to parameter
Directly calls a certain parameter
Parameter transfer
User menu configuration
Keypad
6.4.3
User menu
The user menu can be freely configured in C00517 and contains the following parameters
in the Lenze setting:
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Parameters
Name
Info
C00011
Appl.: Reference speed
Setting the reference speed
C00012
Accel. time − main
setpoint
FB L_NSet_1: Acceleration time of the ramp
generator for the main speed setpoint
2.0s
C00013
Decel. time − main
setpoint
FB L_NSet_1: Deceleration time of the ramp
generator for the main speed setpoint
2.0s
C00015
VFC: V/f base frequency V/f base frequency for VFCplus motor control
50Hz
C00016
VFC: Vmin boost
Boost of the V/f voltage characteristic within the
range of low speed or frequency values for the
VFCplus motor control.
2.6%
C00022
Imax in motor mode
Maximum current in motor mode for all motor
control modes
5.8A
C00039/1
Preset setpoint 1
(L_NSet_1 n−Fix)
FB L_NSet_1: Fixed speed setpoints (JOG values) for
the setpoint generator
Fixed setpoint 1
40.0%
C00039/2
Fixed setpoint 2
Fixed setpoint 2
60.0%
C00051
MCTRL: Actual speed
value
Actual speed value of the motor shaft
˘
C00053
DC−bus voltage
Actual DC−bus voltage
˘
C00054
Motor current
Current motor current/output current of the
inverter
˘
C00061
Heatsink temperature
Current heatsink temperature
˘
C00087
Rated motor speed
This value can be obtained from the motor
nameplate. After the motor to be used has been
selected from the motor catalogue, the suitable
value can be entered automatically.
C00099
Firmware version
Firmware version of the device as string
C00105
Decel. time − quick stop The set deceleration time determines the ramp
slope at quick stop
C00120
Motor overload
threshold (I2xt)
Operating threshold for the error message "OC6:
Motor overload (I2xt)"
C00137
Device status
Current device state
˘
C00166/3
Mess. − status det. error Textual message of the currently pending error
˘
C00173
Mains voltage
C00200
Firmware product type
˘
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device.
Lenze setting
1500rpm
1320rpm
˘
5.0s
100%
0: "3ph 400V"
˘
Read only
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Commissioning steps
6.4.4
Commissioning steps
Note!
The following can be connected to the X70 diagnostic interface:
ƒ USB diagnostic adapter (E94AZCUS)
ƒ X400 diagnosis terminal (EZAEBK200x)
– The functions of the X400 diagnosis terminal and keypad (EZAEBK100x)
are identical.
Only some parameters must be adapted for the drive. Then the drive application can be
controlled immediately in the preset "Terminals 0" control mode via the digital and analog
inputs. Alternatively, the keypad can be used for defining the required setpoints and
control signals in the "Keypad" control mode.
How to proceed:
1. Wiring of power terminals
– Make use of the mounting instructions supplied with the inverter to wire the
power terminals according to the requirements of your device.
2. Wiring of control terminals.
– The preconfigured I/O connection can be changed via configuration parameters.
See the "User−defined terminal assignment" chapter.
– Assignment in the preset "Terminals 0" control mode:
Terminal
A1U
Function
Setpoint selection
Info
10 V º 1500 rpm (with 4−pole motor)
general: 10 V º 100 % reference speed (C00011)
DI1
JOG 1
Selection of preset setpoints 1 ... 3
l If both inputs are on LOW level, the setpoint selection via the
analog input A1U is active.
JOG 3
DI2
JOG 2
DI3
DCB
Manual DC−injection braking (DCB)
l For HIGH−active inputs, DC−injection braking is active as long as
DI3 is at HIGH level.
l After the hold time (C00107) has expired, the inverter sets
pulse inhibit (CINH). DC−injection braking (Î 110)
DI4
R/L
LOW level: CW rotation
HIGH level: CCW rotation
DI5
Holding brake
Open/close holding brake
l Braking modes C02580
3. Check switch at the bottom of the drive unit:
DIP1/1 must be "OFF" (Lenze setting) in order that the parameters can be overwritten
via »Engineer«, keypad, or fieldbus.
4. If required, carry out communication settings via the DIP switch on the
Communication Unit for fieldbus communication.
The communication settings depend on the fieldbus used.
5. Fasten the controller by means of the 4 screws.
6. Switch on voltage supply of the inverter.
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7. Connect keypad.
– Remove the cover of the diagnostic interface on the top of the device and connect
the keypad to the diagnostic interface.
– When the keypad has been connected, the connection to the inverter is
established. This process is completed when C00051 is shown in the display.
Keypad display
Action
MCTRL: Act speed val.
C00051
0 rpm
Use left function key *to change to main menu.
8. Load Lenze setting to inverter.
– For this purpose, the device command "Load Lenze setting" is available which can
be executed via code C00002/1 with the keypad:
Note!
With the "Load Lenze settings" command, values that have been changed
previously are overwritten. Default settings for a specific motor, e.g. by Lenze
for a Drive Package, are reset.
Keypad display
Action
Par1 8400 motec
User menu
A Select the menu in the main menu using the 6 navigation key.
B Change to the menu using the 7 navigation key.
Load Lenze setting
C00002/1
A Use the left function key , to change to the editing mode for C00002/1.
B Use navigation key 6 to select the "1: On/Start" entry in the selection list.
C Use the right function key ' to accept the executed change and quit the
editing mode.
– The load process may take a couple of seconds.
9. Enable inverter: Set RFR to HIGH potential.
– By default, the RFR terminal is bridged (controller enable).
– If the auto−start option "Inhibit at power−on" is activated in C00142 and the
controller is enabled at mains connection, the controller remains in the
"ReadyToSwitchOn" status. For changing to the "SwitchedOn" status, controller
enable must first be deactivated. Only when the controller is enabled again
afterwards, the status changes to "OperationEnabled":
– If the autostart option "Inhibit at power−on" is deactivated in C00142, the status
directly changes from "ReadyToSwitchOn" to the "SwitchedOn" state and to the
"OperationEnabled" state after mains connection when the controller is enabled.
Danger!
When the auto−start option "Inhibit at power−on" is deactivated, the motor
can directly start after power−on if the controller is enabled!
10. Select speed:
– In the "Terminals 0" by selecting a voltage at the analog input or by selecting a
fixed setpoint via the digital inputs DI1/DI2.
– In the "Keypad" control mode, the main speed setpoint and the control signals are
predefined via the following parameters:
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Parameters Name
Info
Lenze setting
C00728/3
nMainSetValue_a
Main setpoint for the application 100 % º reference
speed (C00011)
C00727/3
bSetSpeedCcw
Change of direction of rotation
"0": CW rotation
"1": CCW rotation
0
C00727/4
bJogSpeed1
Selection of fixed setpoint 1
"0": Main setpoint (C00728/3) active.
"1": Fixed setpoint 1 (C00039/1) active.
0
0.00%
11. If required, adapt further parameters.
12. Save parameter settings with function key + safe against mains failure in the
memory module.
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SET mode
6.4.5
SET mode
In SET mode, the inverter is controlled via the diagnosis terminal. You can change the speed
setpoint and enable or inhibit the inverter (RFR/run). Other setpoint sources are ignored.
ƒ
Activate SET mode: press "DISP" softkey button and confirm with "OK" softkey
button.
ƒ
Exit SET mode: press "DISP" softkey button and confirm with "OK" softkey button.
Note!
SET mode can only be activated in the "OperationEnabled" device state
(controller inhibit is deactivated, green LED on the inverter is lit permanently).
ƒ Controller inhibit is only indicated in the keypad. The cause of controller
inhibit is shown in detail in C00158 ( 8400motec reference manual).
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6.5
Diagnostics
On the top side of the Drive Unit, a two−coloured LED display indicates the respective
operating status of the inverter. The LED shines through the transparent cap.
green
"DRIVE READY"
OFF
red
"DRIVE ERROR"
Description
Device status
(Display in C00137)
OFF
OFF or initialisation active
Init
OFF
Safe torque off is active
SafeTorqueOff
OFF
Device is ready to start
ReadyToSwitchON
OFF
Device is switched on
SwitchedOn
OFF
Motor data identification/operation
OperationEnabled
The inverter is ready to switch on, switched on, or
operation is enabled and a warning is pending
OFF
Trouble active
Trouble
OFF
Error active
Fault
Legend
Meaning of the symbols used
LED flashes once approx. every 3 seconds (slow flash)
LED flashes once approx. every 1.25 seconds (flash)
LED flashes twice approx. every 1.25 seconds (double flash)
LED is blinking every second
LED is permanently on
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Braking operation
7
Braking operation without additional measures
7
Braking operation
7.1
Braking operation without additional measures
DC injection brake DCB
To decelerate small masses, the "DC injection brake DCB" function can be parameterised.
DC−injection braking enables a quick deceleration of the drive to standstill without the
need for an external brake resistor.
ƒ
Code C00036 can be used to select the braking current.
ƒ
The maximum braking torque to be realised by the DC braking current amounts to
approx. 20 ... 30 % of the rated motor torque. It is lower compared to braking action
in generator mode with external brake resistor.
ƒ
Automatic DC−injection braking (Auto−DCB) improves the starting performance of
the motor when the operation mode without speed feedback is used.
Further information on the relevant parameters can be obtained from the software
manual.
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Braking operation
Braking operation with brake resistor
Selection of the brake resistors
7.2
Braking operation with brake resistor
To decelerate greater moments of inertia or with a longer operation in generator mode, a
brake resistor is required. It converts braking energy into heat.
The brake resistor is connected if the DC−bus voltage exceeds the switching threshold. This
prevents the controller from setting pulse inhibit through the "Overvoltage" fault and the
drive from coasting. The brake resistor serves to control the braking process at any time.
Options with 8400 motec:
1. There is no internal brake resistor integrated in the device. Braking energy cannot be
converted into heat.
2. An internal brake resistor can optionally be attached from the corresponding
accessories ( 168). This enables the conversion of small amounts of braking
energy into heat, according to the technical data.
3. An external brake resistor can optionally be attached from the accessories ( 167).
This enables the conversion of braking energy into heat, according to the technical
data.
7.2.1
Selection of the brake resistors
The recommended Lenze brake resistors are adapted to the corresponding controller (with
regard to 150 % of regenerative power). They are suitable for most of the applications.
For special applications, e.g. centrifuges, the brake resistor must meet the following
criteria:
Brake resistor
Application
Criterion
With active load
Continuous braking power
[W]
Heat quantity [Ws]
w P max @ h e @ h m @
With passive load
t1
t zykl
w
w P max @ h e @ h m @ t 1
P max @ h e @ h m t 1
@
t zykl
2
w
P max @ h e @ h m
@ t1
2
2
Resistance []
Active load
Passive load
VDC [V]
146
R min v R v
U DC
P max @ h e @ h m
Can start to move independent of the drive
(e.g. unwinder)
Can stop independent of the drive
(e.g. horizontal travelling drives, centrifuges, fans)
Switching threshold of brake chopper (8400 motec = 783 V)
Pmax [W]
Maximum occurring braking power determined by the application
he
hm
Electrical efficiency (controller + motor)
Guide value: 0.54 (0.25 kW) ... 0.85 (11 kW)
Mechanical efficiency (gearbox, machine)
t1 [s]
Braking time
tcycl [s]
Cycle time = time between two successive braking processes (= t1 + dead time)
Rmin [W]
Minimum permissible brake resistance (see rated data of the integrated brake chopper)
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Braking operation with brake resistor
Wiring of brake resistor
7.2.2
Wiring of brake resistor
Danger!
Hazardous electrical voltage
During operation of the standard device and up to 3 minutes after power−off
hazardous electrical voltages may occur at the terminals of the brake resistor.
Possible consequences:
ƒ Death or severe injuries when touching the terminals.
Protective measures:
ƒ Disconnect the standard device from the mains before working on the brake
resistor.
ƒ Check all power terminals for isolation from supply.
ƒ Select the mounting location so that the operating conditions mentioned in
the mounting instructions for the brake resistor are permanently
guaranteed.
Danger!
Hot surface
The brake resistor may get very hot. (For temperatures see the mounting
instructions for the brake resistor.)
Possible consequences:
ƒ Severe burns when touching the brake resistor.
ƒ Fire or smouldering fire if flammable material is placed near the brake
resistor or may get to it.
Protective measures:
ƒ Before working on the brake resistor, check its surface temperature.
ƒ Select the mounting location so that the operating conditions mentioned in
the mounting instructions for the brake resistor are permanently
guaranteed.
ƒ Protect the mounting location through fire prevention.
Protect the brake resistor and controller against destruction caused by overload:
ƒ
Establish an external safety shutdown using the thermostat of the brake resistor to
disconnect the controller from the mains.
ƒ
Exception for devices with special connection for the thermostat of the brake
resistor: Use the device−internal safety shutdown.
Connecting cable version
ƒ
up to 0.5 m: twisted and unshielded
ƒ
from 0.5 to 5 m: shielded
– Use shielded cables to meet the EMC requirements.
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Braking operation
Braking operation with brake resistor
Wiring of brake resistor
Wiring principle
RB
RB
RB1 RB2
T1
RB1 RB2
T2
T1
T2
PE
PES
<5m
< 0.5 m
PE
PES

‚

ERBG008
Fig. 7−1
‚
ERBG007
Wiring of a brake resistor to the controller
PES
Rb1, Rb2

T1, T2
‚
HF−shield termination by PE connection via shield clamp
Terminals of the brake resistor
Supply cable to the controller
Terminals temperature monitoring of the brake resistor (thermal contact/NC
contact)
Supply cable for evaluation of temperature monitoring
(to be integrated e.g. into the latch circuit of the mains contactor of the supply)
The brake resistor is thermally stressed due to converted braking power and may be
thermally destroyed as a consequence of excessive braking power.
To avoid thermal overload of the brake resistor:
ƒ
set additional parameters in the »Engineer«
or
ƒ
implement external wiring using a temperature contact on the brake resistor (e.g.
interrupted supply and activation of the mechanical brakes).
To protect the brake resistor:
ƒ
148
use the monitoring of the I2xt utilisation of the controller which is proportional to
the converted braking power.
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7
Braking operation with brake resistor
Wiring of brake resistor
Evaluation of the thermal contact via digital input
The integration of the thermal contact for monitoring the brake resistor can be
implemented via digital input. Use a Lenze system cable. The response to the input signal
must be parameterised using the »Engineer«.
0.37 ... 3 kW
4 ... 7.5 kW
X4 24O DI... GIO DIx
X1 Rb1 Rb2
RB1 RB2 T1
E84D...
T2
3.3k
ERB...
3.3k
GND-IO
3.3k
E84D...
3.3k
GND-IO
X4 24O DI... GIO DIx
ERB...
X2 Rb1 Rb2
8400DDI032 b
E84D...
X4/DIx
X1/Rb1,Rb2
X2/Rb1,Rb2
ERB...
EDS84DG752 EN 6.0
RB1 RB2 T1
T2
8400DDI032 c
8400 motec
free digital input
Connection of the brake resistor for devices 0.37 ... 3 kW
Connection of the brake resistor for devices 4 ... 7.5 kW
Brake resistor
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7
Braking operation
Operation with spring−applied brake
Introduction
7.3
Operation with spring−applied brake
7.3.1
Introduction
Lenze three−phase AC motors and G−motion geared motors can be equipped with
spring−applied brakes (motor holding brakes). 8400 motec controllers are provided with
an integrated motor brake control.
Switching the brake
The voltage required for controlling the motor brake is generated in the controller,
depending on the mains voltage value. The following motor brakes can be connected:
ƒ
With 400−V mains: Coil voltage 180 V DC
ƒ
With 480−V mains: Coil voltage 215 V DC
Optionally, the switching of the brake can be controlled in addition:
ƒ
Via an external control contact (e.g. PLC)
ƒ
Via a brake switch which is connected to one of the digital outputs of the controller.
The digital output must be parameterised accordingly.
The software manual provides further information on the parameterisation and
integrated brake management.
7.3.2
Wiring
The cable of the motor holding brake can be routed directly by means of a cable gland in
parallel to the motor axis.
The motor holding brake is connected to BD1 (+) and BD2 (−).
0.37 ... 3 kW
4 ... 7.5 kW
X1 BD2 BD1 L1
-
L2 L3 Rb2 Rb1 U
V
W T2 T1
+
X2
BD1BD2 U
+
V
W Rb2 Rb1 T1 T2
-
E84DG040 BD
X1
X2
BD1
BD2
9
150
E84DG078
Terminal in the Wiring Unit for devices 0.37 ... 3 kW
Terminal in the Wiring Unit for devices 4 ... 7.5 kW
Connection of spring−applied brake +
Connection of spring−applied brake −
HF−shield termination by large surface connection to PE.
Earthing (PE)
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8
Introduction
8
Safety engineering
8.1
Introduction
With increasing automation, protection of persons against hazardous movements is
becoming more important. Functional safety describes the measures needed by means of
electrical or electronic equipment to reduce or remove danger caused by failures.
During normal operation, safety equipment prevents people accessing hazardous areas. In
certain operating modes, e.g. set−up mode, work needs to be carried out in hazardous
areas. In these situations the machine operator must be protected by integrated drive and
control measures.
Drive−based safety provides the conditions in the controls and drives to optimise the safety
functions. Planning and installation expenditure is reduced. In comparison to the use of
standard safety engineering, drive−based safety increases machine functionality and
availability.
Drive−based safety with Inverter Drives 8400
Decentralised drives are frequency inverters that are not mounted locally like control
cabinet devices but are directly attached to the application in the field. This
product−specific feature results in high demands regarding robustness and class of
protection.
The 8400 motec controllers are optionally available with an integrated safety system.
"Integrated safety" stands for application−oriented safety functions that are applicable on
machines for the protection of persons.
The motion functions continue to be executed by the controller. The integrated safety
system monitors the safe compliance with the limit values and provides the safe inputs
and outputs. If limit values are exceeded, the integrated safety system starts control
functions according to EN 60204−1 directly in the controller for the case of an error.
The safety functions are suitable for applications according to IEC 61508 to SIL 3 and
achieve the performance level (PL)e according to EN ISO 13849−1. The requirements of the
standard EN 954−1 valid until 30 November 2009 are met until control category 4.
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Important notes
8.2
Important notes
Application as directed
The controllers that are equipped with safety engineering must not be modified by the
user. This concerns the unauthorised exchange or removal of the safety engineering.
Danger!
Danger to life through improper installation
Improper installation of safety engineering systems can cause an uncontrolled
starting action of the drives.
Possible consequences:
ƒ Death or severe injuries
Protective measures:
ƒ Safety engineering systems may only be installed and commissioned by
qualified and skilled personnel.
ƒ All control components (switches, relays, PLC, ...) and the control cabinet
must comply with the requirements of ISO 138491 and ISO 13849−2. This
includes i.a.:
– Switches, relays with at least IP54 enclosure.
– Control cabinet with at least IP54 enclosure.
– Please refer to ISO 138491 and ISO 13849−2 for all further requirements.
ƒ Wiring must be shielded.
ƒ All safety relevant cables outside the control cabinet must be protected, e.g.
by means of a cable duct:
– Ensure that no short circuits can occur.
– For further measures see EN ISO 13849−2.
ƒ If an external force acts upon the drive axes, additional brakes are required.
Please observe that hanging loads are subject to the force of gravity!
Danger!
When the "safe torque off" (STO) function is used, an "emergency
switching−off" according to EN 60204 is not possible without additional
measures. There is no electrical isolation, no service switch or repair switch
between motor and controller!
Emergency switching−off" requires an electrical isolation, e.g. by a central
mains contactor!
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8
Important notes
Hazard and risk analysis
During operation
After the installation is completed, the operator must check the wiring of the safety
function.
The functional test must be repeated at regular intervals. The time intervals to be selected
depend on the application, the entire system and the corresponding risk analysis. The
inspection interval should not exceed one year.
Residual hazards
In case of a short−circuit of two power transistors a residual movement of the motor of up
to 180 °/number of pole pairs may occur! (Example: 4−pole motor Þ residual movement
max. 180 °/2 = 90 °)
This residual movement must be considered in the risk analysis, e.g. safe torque off for
main spindle drives.
8.2.1
Hazard and risk analysis
This documentation can only accentuate the need for hazard analysis. The user of the
integrated safety system must read up on standards and the legal situation:
Before the launch of a machine, the manufacturer of the machine must conduct a hazard
analysis according to Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC to determine the hazards
associated with the application of the machine. The Machinery Directive refers to three
basic principles for the highest possible level of safety:
ƒ
Hazard elimination / minimisation by the construction itself.
ƒ
Required protective measures must be taken against hazards which cannot be
eliminated.
ƒ
Existing residual hazards must be documented and the user must be informed of
them.
Detailed information on the hazard analysis procedure is provided in the
DIN EN ISO 12100:2013−08 − ""Safety of machinery − General principles for design, risk
assessment and risk reduction". The results of the hazard analysis determine the category
for safety−related control systems according to EN ISO 13849−1. Safety−oriented parts of
the machine control must be compliant.
8.2.2
Standards
Safety regulations are confirmed by laws and other governmental guidelines and
measures and the prevailing opinion among experts, e.g. by technical regulations.
The regulations and rules to be applied must be observed in accordance with the
application.
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Safety engineering
Basics for safety sensors
8.3
Basics for safety sensors
Passive sensors
Passive sensors are two−channel switching elements with contacts. The connecting cables
and the sensor function must be monitored.
The contacts must switch simultaneously (equivalently). Nevertheless, safety functions
will be activated as soon as at least one channel is switched.
The switches must be wired according to the closed−circuit principle.
Examples of passive sensors:
ƒ
Door contact switch
ƒ
Emergency stop control units
Active sensors
Active sensors are units with 2−channel semiconductor outputs (OSSD outputs). With the
integrated safety system of this device series, test pulses < 1 ms for monitoring the
outputs and cables are permissible. The maximally permissible connection capacity of the
outputs is to be observed. Active sensors are wired directly to the terminals of the
integrated safety system. Monitoring for cross or short circuits must be carried out by the
active sensor.
P/M−switching sensors switch the positive and negative cable or the signal and ground
wire of a sensor signal.
The outputs must switch simultaneously (equivalently). Nevertheless, safety functions
will be activated as soon as at least one channel is switched. Active triggering of only one
channel indicates faulty sensors or impermissible wiring.
Examples of active sensors:
154
ƒ
Lightgrid
ƒ
Laser scanner
ƒ
Control systems
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Safety engineering
8
Operating mode
Introduction
8.4
Operating mode
8.4.1
Introduction
Due to safety option 10, the following safety functions can be used:
ƒ
Safe torque off (STO),
formerly: safe standstill
If requested, the safe disconnection of the drive is achieved through:
ƒ
Directly connected active sensors
ƒ
Passive sensors connected to a safety switching device
The safety functions are suitable for applications according to IEC 61508 to SIL 3 and
achieve a performance level (PL) e and the control category 4 according to EN ISO 13849−1.
Danger!
If the request for the safety function is cancelled, the drive will restart
automatically.
You must provide external measures which ensure that the drive only restarts
after a confirmation (EN 60204).
8.4.2
Disconnecting paths
The transmission of the pulse width modulation is safely switched (off) by the safety unit.
After this, the power drivers do not generate a rotating field. The motor is safely switched
to torqueless operation (STO).
Xxx
SO
µC
3x
M
PWM
C
P
3x
E84DPSO02
Fig. 8−1
Operating principle of safety unit
SO
xxx
C
mC
PWM
P
M
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Safety option 10
Control terminals of the safety system or safety bus
Control section
Microcontroller
Pulse width modulation
Power section
Motor
155
8
Safety engineering
Operating mode
Safety status
8.4.3
Safety status
When the controller is disconnected from the safety unit, the "Safe torque off" (STO) status
is set (C00155 bit 10 = 1).
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Technical data
8.5
Technical data
Supply
The safe input and the output are isolated and designed for a low−voltage supply through
a safely separated power supply unit (SELV/PELV) of 24 V DC. PM−switching input signals
and test pulses £ 1 ms are permissible.
Active sensors are directly connected to X61.
Passive sensors are connected to X61 via a switching device. The switching device must
comply with the required performance level of the application.
There is no monitoring for short circuits.
Detailed features of the inputs and outputs of the safety unit
Classification of binary 24 V interfaces in compliance with ZVEI (German electrical and
electronics manufacturers association): interface typeC, class1
Terminal
SIA, SIB
Specification
Low signal
[Unit]
V
Min.
−3.0
Typ.
0
Max.
5.0
High signal
V
18
24
30
Input capacitance at switch−off
nF
Input delay (tolerated test pulse)
ms
Switch−off time (depending on the controller)
ms
Running time
ms
3.0
Input current SIA
mA
35
50
Input current SIB
mA
25
50
Input capacitance at switch−on
mF
6
1.0
1.8
2.5
5.0
Input resistance
W
360
Repetition rate of the test pulses
ms
10
18
24
30
0
0.8
18
24
30
GI
GND potential for SIA / SIB and for the unsafe
signalling output
24O
Supply voltage through safely separated power supply
unit (SELV/PELV)
V
DO
Low signal
V
High signal
V
Output current
A
24O, DO
3
0.2
Truth table
Safe input / channel
SIA
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Signalling
output
SIB
DO
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
1
0
Inverter
Description of device status
Approval
0
"SafeTorqueOff" activated
(safe torque off)
0
Drive active or "ReadyToSwitchOn"
1
0
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Safety engineering
Technical data
Note!
Safe inputs are designed with 2 channels (...A/...B). The channels must be
controlled separately and simultaneously (in an equivalent manner).
The active control of only one channel indicates a faulty sensor system or an
impermissible interconnection.
Restriction of use
The operation of an integrated safety system is not permissible in earthed phase mains.
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8
Electrical installation
8.6
Electrical installation
X61 − connection of safety system "Safety Option 10"
Pin
Connection
Description
Terminal strip, 5−pole
X61 SIA SIB
GI
DO 24O
"
+
DC 24 V
(+19.2 … +28.8 V)
E84DG027
SIA
Safe input, channel A
SIB
Safe input, channel B
GND potential for SIA/SIB
GND potential for the unsafe signalling output
24 V voltage supply for the unsafe signalling output
GI
24O
DO
Unsafe signalling output: "SafeTorqueOff" with a 2−channel
request by SIA andSIB
X61
E84DG025
X61
[mm2]
[AWG]
a
[mm]
0.5 ... 1.5
20 ... 16
55
Safety
0.5 ... 1.0
20 ... 18
0.5
20
Note!
The wiring connected for test purposes to the connections of the safety system
must be removed (e.g. bridges SIA/SIB at 24O).
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8
Safety engineering
Certification
8.7
Certification
160
Declarations of conformity and certificates can be found on the internet
at:http://www.Lenze.com and on the product CD.
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Accessories (overview)
9
Wall mounting
Wall adapter for 0.37...3.0kW
9
Accessories (overview)
9.1
Wall mounting
9.1.1
Wall adapter for 0.37...3.0kW
E84DZMAWE1
The wall adapter provides a good remedy, for instance if there is only little space available.
The following things are to be taken into consideration:
ƒ
A suitable motor cable. Increases the installation effort. ( 161)
ƒ
EMC−compliant installation (establishing the CE−typical drive system. ( 74))
E84DZMA010_a
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Accessories (overview)
Wall mounting
Wall adapter for 4...7.5kW
9.1.2
Wall adapter for 4...7.5kW
E84DZMAWE2
The wall adapter provides a good remedy, for instance if there is only little space available.
The following things are to be taken into consideration:
ƒ
A suitable motor cable. Increases the installation effort. ( 161)
ƒ
EMC−compliant installation (establishing the CE−typical drive system. ( 74))
E84DZMAWE2002
9.1.3
Frame Unit without switch
The Frame Unit without switch is a simple wiring box for wall mounting and a power class
up to 3.0kW. The Frame Unit without switch is available in 2 variants:
ƒ
Design with cable gland
ƒ
Design with plug, 1 × Quickon for mains connection and 1 × HAN Q8 for motor
connection
E84DG130
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9
Wall mounting
Frame Unit with switch
9.1.4
Frame Unit with switch
The Frame Unit with switch is a wiring and switch box for wall mounting and a power class
up to 3.0kW. The Frame Unit with switch is available in the following combinations:
ƒ
Design with cable gland
ƒ
Design with plug, 2 × HAN Q4/2 for establishing a mains cable loop−through
connection and 1 × HAN Q8 for implementing the motor connection
ƒ
With main switch
ƒ
With main switch and control elements
ƒ
With motor protection switch
E84DG129
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Accessories (overview)
Plug connectors
M12 plug−in connector
9.2
Plug connectors
9.2.1
M12 plug−in connector
The M12 plug−in connector can be easily mounted additionally in the Communication Unit
by breaking out the cutouts. The wiring in the Communication Unit is implemented on
plug−in terminals, thus making it possible to design additional pluggable I/O´s.
9.2.2
Mode
Features
M12 plug
EZAEVE013/M
l
l
M12 plug
A−coded, 5−pole, female
Packaging unit: 5 items
Plug−in modules
By default, cables for the connection of the mains and the motor are led into the WU by
means of cable glands. Alternatively, plug−in modules with prewired Q−plugs can be
supplied for mounting on the right or the left.
For plug−in modules with a Q−plug, an M16 bore for an additional cable gland is available.
Plug−in modules with two Q−plugs are designed for a looping−through connection
(daisy−chain). Like this it is possible to use a supply bus for the machine design.
If wall mounting is implemented, the plug−in modules with a Q8−plug enable the motor
connection as a plug&drive drive, in particular with Lenze system cables.
In the table the retrofittable plug−in modules are listed.
.
164
X...
;
E84DZEVBLANP
:
E84DZEVBRANP
;
E84DZEVBLAFP
:
E84DZEVBRAFP
;
E84DZEVBLPNP
:
E84DZEVBRPNP
;
E84DZEVBLPRP
:
E84DZEVBRPRP
;
E84DZEVBLCNP
:
E84DZEVBRCNP
;
Umax
Imax
[V]
[A]
~
X10: Q5
400 ~
16 ~
~
£ E84DGDVB3024...
480 ~
32 ~
X10: Q4/2
X11: Q4/2
24 =
10 =
X21: Q8
480 ~
−
£ E84DGDVB3024...
~
X10: Q5
X11: Q5
X10: Q4/2
IP
IP65
~
=
~
=
~
=
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9
Memory module
9.3
Memory module
In the memory module, the parameters of the inverter are stored. The pluggable memory
module provides for a quick parameter set transfer to an inverter of the same design.
Possible reasons for a parameter set transfer:
ƒ
Duplication of similar applications in a series of identical drives.
ƒ
Restorage of an application after device replacement.
The required steps for a parameter set transfer are described in the software manual.
In order to remove the memory module, use a suitable screwdriver to lever the module out
at the upper and lower groove. In order to plug in the module, insert it into the slot and push
it with light pressure until end position is reached.
Mode
Features
Memory module
E84AYM20S/M
l
l
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Memory module
For 8400 BaseLine, 8400 motec
Packaging unit: 12 items
165
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Accessories (overview)
Diagnosis terminal
9.4
Diagnosis terminal
The X400 diagnosis terminal is a simple means for parameter setting and diagnostics on
site. Clearly structured menus and a plain text menu provide for quick data access. The
diagnosis terminal is connected to the X70 diagnostic interface. The diagnosis terminal is
based on the X400 keypad, extended by a holder and a connecting cable.
Mode
Features
Diagnosis
terminal
EZAEBK2003
l
l
l
l
l
l
l
166
Diagnosis terminal
2.5m connecting cable, exchangeable
Menu−driven diagnostics and parameter
setting
Backlighted graphic display for representing
information
4 navigation keys, 2 context−sensitive keys
Adjustable RUN/STOP function
Supports hot plugging
Enclosure IP20
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9
Switch/potentiometer unit
9.5
Switch/potentiometer unit
The switch/potentiometer unit is mounted directly at the 8400motec or in another
position in the system. By means of the switch/potentiometer unit and the control
terminals integrated into the inverter, an analog setpoint can be predefined using the
integrated potentiometer. Via the rotary switch, the drive can for example be started or
stopped, or the direction of rotation can be changed.
Mode
Features
Switch/potentio
meter unit
E82ZBU
l
l
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Switch/potentiometer unit
2.5m connecting cable
IP65 enclosure
167
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Accessories (overview)
Internal brake resistors
9.6
Internal brake resistors
E84DZEWxxxx
E84DZEV010a
168
RB (C00129)
PD (C00130)
QB (C00131)
C00574
[W]
[W]
[kWs]
=
E84DZEW220R
220
15
0.6
E84DZEW100R
100
15
E84DZEW47R0
47
15
IP
E84DGDVB...
1 Fault
IP66
3714
5514
7514
1124
1524
0.6
1 Fault
IP66
2224
3024
0.6
1 Fault
IP66
4024
5524
7524
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9
Internal brake resistors
E84DZEWxxxx001
E84DZEV012a
RB
(C00129)
PD
(C00130)
QB
(C00131)
C00574
IP
E84DGDVB...
[W]
[W]
[W]
[kWs]
=
E84DZEW220R001
220
40
30
0.6
1 Fault
IP65
3714
5514
7514
1124
1524
E84DZEW100R001
100
40
30
0.6
1 Fault
IP65
2224
3024
E84DZEW47R0001
47
40
30
0.6
1 Fault
IP65
4024
5524
7524
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External brake resistors
9.7
External brake resistors
Braking greater moments of inertia or longer operation in generator mode requires the use
of an external brake resistor.
The brake resistors recommended in the table below are dimensioned to approx. 1.5 times
the regenerative power at a cycle time of 15/135s (brake/pause ratio). As a general rule,
these brake resistors meet the common requirements with regard to standard
applications.
The brake resistors are provided with a thermostat (potential−free NC contact).
Typical
motor
power 1)
Mains
voltage
P
[kW]
UAC
[V]
Brake
resistor
Rated
resistance
Rated
power
Heat
capacity
Dimensions
Mass
Rrated
[W]
Prated
[W]
Cth
[kWs]
h×b×t
[mm]
m
[kg]
ERBS180R350W
220.0
350.0
53.0
382 × 124 × 122
2.0
ERBS100R625W
110.0
625.0
94.0
566 × 124 × 122
3.0
ERBS047R400W
ERBS047R800W
47.0
47.0
400.0
800.0
60.0
120.0
400 × 110 × 105
710 × 110 × 105
2.3
3.9
0.37
0.55
0.75
1.10
1.50
2.20
3 AC
320...528
3.00
4.00
5.50
7.50
1)
170
Typical motor power of a 4−pole asynchronous motor
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10.1
Total index
8400 motec Set, motec Set, 25
Disposal, 14
A
Drive Unit, 24
− settings, 84
Accessories, 161
− Brake resistor, 146
E
Ambient conditions
− climatic, 31
− mechanical, 31
Electrical installation, 159
B
Enclosure, 29
Brake resistor, 53, 56, 59
− Selection, 146
− Wiring, 147
F
Braking, 145
Braking operation, 145
− DC injection brake DCB, 145
− with brake resistor, 146
− without additional measures, 145
C
EMC, what to do in case of interferences, 76
EN 61000−3−2, 32
Field Package
− with switch, 46, 89
− without switch, 44, 89
Frame Unit, 23
− with switch, 46, 89
− without switch, 44, 89
Fuses, 37, 39, 41, 43
− operation with rated power, 400 V (UL), 37, 41
Cable
− For control connections, 76
− for the motor connection, 75
G
Cables
− cross−sections, 37, 39, 41, 43
− fuses, 37, 39, 41, 43
H
General data, 61
Harmonic currents, limitation according to EN 61000−3−2,
32
CANopen, 63, 100
− STO, 102
Hazard analysis, 153
Commissioning, 120
− before you start, 120
I
Communication Unit, 24
Control cable, 76
Control terminals, 60, 93
D
Definition of notes used, 11
Identification, 21
Installation, 69
− electrical, 159
Interferences, eliminating EMC interferences, 76
Introduction, 155
IT system, 85
− measures, 85
Definitions, Terms, 10
Device features, 20
M
Device protection, 18, 70
Mains current, 36, 38, 40, 42
Diagnosis terminal, 166
Memory module, 122, 165
Disconnecting paths, 155
Menu structure, 138
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Total index
Motor cable, 75
− length, 30
Risk analysis, 153
Motor power, typical, 36, 38, 40, 42
S
Motor protection, 18
Safety, safety engineering, 151
Mounting place, 31
Mounting position, 31
Safety engineering, 151
− application as directed, 152
− Certification, 160
N
Safety functions, safety instructions, during operation,
153
Nameplate, 21
Noise emission, 32
Noise immunity, 32
Notes, definition, 11
Safety instructions, 12
− definition, 11
− during operation, 153
− layout, 11
Safety status, 156
O
Operating conditions, ambient conditions
− climatic, 31
− mechanical, 31
Sensors, basics, 154
Site altitude, 31
Operation, Overcurrent, 48
Supply conditions, 30
− mains, 30
− motor, 30
Output power, 36, 38, 40, 42
Switching frequency reduction, 50
Output voltage, maximum, 34
System overview, 60
Output voltage , 34
Overspeeds, 18
T
Overview
− Accessories, 161
− control terminals, 28
Technical data, 29, 157
− General data, 61
− Operation with increased power, 400 V mains, 38
− operation with increased power , 480 V system, 42
P
Terms, definitions, 10
Pollution, 31
Total index, 171
Power system, 30
Type code, finding, 21
Power terminals, 51, 90
Product description, 19
U
Protection of persons, 18
Use in IT systems, 85
Protective insulation of control circuits, 30
User menu, 138
Protective measures, 30
R
Rated data
− Operation with increased power, 400 V mains, 38
− operation with increased power , 480 V system, 42
Residual hazards, 18, 153
172
V
Validity, documentation, 7
W
Wiring, Brake resistor, 147
Wiring Unit, 22
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10
Total index
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