Beijer Electronics Frequency Inverter BFI-H2
KI00304B 2014-04
1 Start-up document
This document is a simple start-up guide describing basic functionality of the drive BFI-H2,
firmware 1.30, manufactured from April 2014. Detailed explanations are to be read in User
Manual BFI-H2. This manual is attached with the drive itself but also possible to download
from www.beijer.se or www.beijer.no or www.beijer.dk or www.beijer.fi or
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2 Important Safety Information
Please read the IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION below, and all Warning and Caution
information elsewhere.
Danger : Indicates a risk of electric shock, which, if not
avoided, could result in damage to the equipment and
possible injury or death.
Danger : Indicates a potentially hazardous
situation other than electrical, which if not
avoided, could result in damage to property.
This variable speed drive product is intended for professional incorporation into complete equipment or systems as part of a fixed installation. If installed
incorrectly it may present a safety hazard. The BFI uses high voltages and currents, carries a high level of stored electrical energy, and is used to control
mechanical plant that may cause injury. Close attention is required to system design and electrical installation to avoid hazards in either normal operation
or in the event of equipment malfunction. Only qualified electricians are allowed to install and maintain this product.
System design, installation, commissioning and maintenance must be carried out only by personnel who have the necessary training and experience.
They must carefully read this safety information and the instructions in this Guide and follow all information regarding transport, storage, installation and
use of the BFI, including the specified environmental limitations.
Do not perform any flash test or voltage withstand test on the BFI. Any electrical measurements required should be carried out with BFI disconnected.
Electric shock hazard! Disconnect and ISOLATE the BFI before attempting any work on it. High voltages are present at the terminals and within the
drive for up to 10 minutes after disconnection of the electrical supply. Always ensure by using a suitable multimeter that no voltage is present on any
drive power terminals prior to commencing any work.
Where supply to the drive is through a plug and socket connector, do not disconnect until 10 minutes have elapsed after turning off the supply.
Ensure correct earthing connections. The earth cable must be sufficient to carry the maximum supply fault current which normally will be limited by the
fuses or MCB. Suitably rated fuses or MCB should be fitted in the mains supply to the drive, according to any local legislation or codes.
Do not carry out any work on the drive control cables whilst power is applied to the drive or to the external control circuits.
Within the European Union, all machinery in which this product is used must comply with Directive 98/37/EC, Safety of Machinery. In particular, the
machine manufacturer is responsible for providing a main switch and ensuring the electrical equipment complies with EN60204-1.
The level of integrity offered by the BFI control input functions – for example stop/start, forward/reverse and maximum speed is not sufficient for use in
safety-critical applications without independent channels of protection. All applications where malfunction could cause injury or loss of life must be
subject to a risk assessment and further protection provided where needed.
The driven motor can start at power up if the enable input signal is present.
The STOP function does not remove potentially lethal high voltages. ISOLATE the drive and wait 10 minutes before starting any work on it. Never carry
out any work on the Drive, Motor or Motor cable whilst the input power is still applied.
The BFI can be programmed to operate the driven motor at speeds above or below the speed achieved when connecting the motor directly to the mains
supply. Obtain confirmation from the manufacturers of the motor and the driven machine about suitability for operation over the intended speed range
prior to machine start up.
Do not activate the automatic fault reset function on any systems whereby this may cause a potentially dangerous situation.
The BFI has an Ingress Protection rating of IP20, IP55 or IP66 depending on the model. IP20 units must be installed in a suitable enclosure.
When mounting the drive, ensure that sufficient cooling is provided. Do not carry out drilling operations with the drive in place, dust and swarf from
drilling may lead to damage. BFI are intended for indoor use only.
The entry of conductive or flammable foreign bodies should be prevented. Flammable material should not be placed close to the drive
Relative humidity must be less than 95% (non-condensing).
Ensure that the supply voltage, frequency and no. of phases (1 or 3 phase) correspond to the rating of the BFI as delivered.
Never connect the mains power supply to the Output terminals U, V, W.
Do not install any type of automatic switchgear between the drive and the motor
Wherever control cabling is close to power cabling, maintain a minimum separation of 100 mm and arrange crossings at 90 degrees
Ensure that all terminals are tightened to the appropriate torque setting
Do not attempt to carry out any repair of the BFI. In the case of suspected fault or malfunction, contact Beijer Electronics office for further assistance.
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Beijer Electronics Frequency Inverter BFI-H2
KI00304B
2014-04
3 Contents
1
START-UP DOCUMENT ..................................................................................................................................................1
2
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION.........................................................................................................................1
3
CONTENTS ........................................................................................................................................................................2
4
INSTALLATION .................................................................................................................................................................3
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
5
BASIC PARAMETER SETTING .....................................................................................................................................9
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
5.10
5.11
5.12
5.13
6
PHYSICAL DIMENSIONS IP20 ...........................................................................................................................................3
PHYSICAL DIMENSIONS IP66 ...........................................................................................................................................4
PHYSICAL DIMENSIONS IP55 ...........................................................................................................................................5
FUSES, CABLE DIMENSIONS AND POWER LOSES .............................................................................................................6
OVERVIEW OF POWER SUPPLY, GROUNDING AND MOTOR CABLE ...................................................................................7
OVERVIEW CONTROL INPUTS/OUTPUTS ...........................................................................................................................8
DIGITAL START IN ONE DIRECTION AND ONE PRESET OR ANALOG SETPOINT .................................................................9
DIGITAL START IN TWO DIRECTIONS AND ONE PRESET OR ANALOG SETPOINT ............................................................10
DIGITAL START SIGNAL IN TWO DIRECTIONS AND 8 FIXED PRESET SPEEDS .................................................................11
ALARM RESET .................................................................................................................................................................12
TRANSISTOR OUTPUTS 24 VDC OR ANALOG OUTPUT, 0-10 V/4-20 MA......................................................................12
RELAY OUTPUTS.............................................................................................................................................................12
FIELDBUS CONTROL SETTINGS ......................................................................................................................................13
FIELDBUS COMMUNICATION PROTOCOL ........................................................................................................................13
PTC-THERMISTOR .........................................................................................................................................................14
ENERGY OPTIMIZATION FUNCTION ................................................................................................................................14
MODBUS RTU AND CONTROL FROM MITSUBISHI PLC .................................................................................................15
PID-CONTROL ................................................................................................................................................................16
OPTISTICK ......................................................................................................................................................................18
KEYPAD............................................................................................................................................................................19
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
6.8
6.9
DRIVE OPERATING DISPLAY – OLED KEYPAD, IP55 AND IP66 ..................................................................................19
ACCESSING AND CHANGING PARAMETER VALUES – OLED KEYPAD ..........................................................................20
RESETTING PARAMETERS TO FACTORY DEFAULT SETTINGS – OLED KEYPAD .........................................................20
CHANGING THE LANGUAGE ON THE OLED DISPLAY – OLED KEYPAD .......................................................................21
SELECTING BETWEEN HAND AND AUTO CONTROL – OLED KEYPAD ..........................................................................21
IP20 CHANGING PARAMETERS ......................................................................................................................................22
IP20 RUN MOTOR FROM KEYPAD ..................................................................................................................................22
IP20 FACTORY SETTING OF DRIVE ................................................................................................................................22
MONITORING FROM KEYPAD ..........................................................................................................................................23
7
GENERAL SPECIFICATION .........................................................................................................................................24
8
WARNING AND ALARM CODES ................................................................................................................................25
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4 Installation
The drive should be mounted in a vertical position only on a flat, flame resistant, vibration free
mounting using the integral holes. IP55/66 is allowed to be mounted outdoors but must be
protected from sunlight and it also recommended having a roof to avoid snow directly on the
drive. See User Manual BFI-H2 for more details.
Drive IPclass and
Size
IP20, size 2
IP20, size 3
IP66,
size 2 and 3
IP55,
size 4 to 7
Note
X [mm]
Above &
Below
75
100
150
Y [mm]
Either
Side
50
50
10
Z [mm]
Between
drives
Minimum
Airflow
[m3/min]
46
52
0
200
10
0
0,31
0,74
No requirement
No requirement
All BFI can be mounted close to each without
any space inbetween
4.1 Physical dimensions IP20
BFI-H2-IP20
1 x 230 V
3 x 230 V
3 x 400 V
Drive
size
A
B
C
D
E
F
0043 - 0105
0043 - 0105
0022 - 0095
2
221 207 137 209 5.3
[0,75- 2,2kW] [0,75- 2,2kW] [0,75 - 4,0 kW]
None
0180- 0240
0140 – 0240
3
261 246 - 247 6
[4,0- 5,5kW] [5,5 - 11 kW]
Mounting bolts all sizes: 4 x M4
NOTE
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G
H
I
J Weight
Height [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] Depth Width [mm] [mm] [mm]
[mm] [mm]
[mm]
[kg]
185
112
63
5,5
10
1,8
205
131
80
5,5
10
3,5
Control Terminal Torque Settings of 0.8 Nm. Power Terminal Torque Settings of 1 Nm
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4.2 Physical dimensions IP66
ØI ØJ ØI
ØJ
D
B
A
E
F
H
G
BFI-H2-IP66
1 x 230 V
0043 - 0105
[0,75- 2,2 kW]
None
NOTE
3 x 230 V
3 x 400 V
0043 - 0105
0022 - 0095
[0,75- 2,2 kW] [0,75- 4,0 kW]
0180
0140 - 0180
[ 4,0 kW]
[5,5 - 7,5 kW]
Mounting bolts all sizes: 4 x M4
Drive
size
D
E
Height [mm]
[mm]
[mm]
[mm]
A
B
F
G
Depth Width
[mm] [mm]
H
[mm]
I
J Weight
[mm] [mm]
2
257
220
200
28.5
238
188
176
4.2
8.5
4,8
3
310
277
252
33.4
256
211
198
4.2
8.5
7,3
Control terminal torque settings of 0.8 Nm. Power terminal torque settings of 1.2-1,5 Nm
IP66 drives are fitted with 3 knockout holes for cable inlet and outlet. If more than 3 cables are to
enter the drive it is possible to have two or more cables going through one gland. This is to ensure
IP66.
Holes and recommended glands are listed in table below. The motor cable does not have to be
attached to the drive with an EMC-gland.
Cable Gland, IP66 Hole Size & recommended glands
Frame size
Hole sizes
Gland PG
Size 2
1x22mm & 2x28 mm
1xPG13,5 & 2xPG21
Size 3
1x22mm & 2x28 mm
1xPG13,5 & 2xPG21
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4.3 Physical dimensions IP55
ØI
ØJ
B
D
H
G
E
BFI-H2-IP55
3 x 230 V
0240 - 0460
[ 5,5 - 11 kW]
0610 - 0720
[ 15 – 18,5 kW]
0900 - 1800
[ 22 – 45 kW]
2020 - 2480
[ 55 – 75 kW]
NOTE
A
3 x 400 V
Drive
size
F
A
B
D
E
F
G
Height
[mm]
[mm]
[mm
]
[mm
]
Depth
[mm]
Width
[mm]
H
I
J Weight
[mm] [mm] [mm]
0240 - 0460
4
418
423
8
110
440
252
171
[ 11 - 22 kW]
0610 - 0900
5
515
520
8
175
540
270
235
[ 30 – 45 kW]
1100 – 2020
6
830
840
10
200
865
330
330
[55 – 110 kW]
2400 - 3020
7
1245 1255
10
200
1280
360
330
[132 – 160 kW]
Mounting bolts: Frame size 4 and 5: 4 x M8 and Frame size 6 and 7: 4 x M10
[kg]
4.3
7.5
11,5
4,3
7,5
22,5
5,5
11
50
5,5
11
80
Control Terminal Torque Settings of 0.8 Nm. Power Terminal Torque Settings.
Frame size 4: 1,2-1,5 Nm, Frame size 5: 2,5-4,5 Nm, Frame size 6 and 7: 8 Nm
Drives of size 4 to 7 do not have any predrilled glandholes for cable inlet.
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4.4 Fuses, cable dimensions and power loses
200-240V ±10% - 1 Phase Input – 3 Phase Output
Output
Supply
Nominal
BFINominal Fuse or
Supply
Power
H2
Input
MCB
Cable Size, Cable Size, Output
[kW]
Current
model
Current (type B)
A1 40°C
E 30°C
Max Motor Power
Motor
Cable Size, Cable
losses
Length
E 30°C
Amps
Amps
mm2
mm2
Amps
mm2
m
W
0.75
0043
8,5
10
1,5
1,5
4,3
1,5
100
22,5
1.5
0070
13,9
16
2,5
1,5
7,0
1,5
100
50
1,5
100
66
2.2
0105
19,5
25
6
2,5
10,5
380-480V ±10% - 3 Phase Input – 3 Phase Output
Output
Supply
Nominal
BFINominal Fuse or
Supply
Power
H2
Input
MCB
Cable Size, Cable Size, Output
[kW]
Current
model
Current (type B)
A1 40°C
E 30°C
0.75
1.5
2.2
4
5.5
7.5
11
15
18,5
22
30
37
45
55
75
90
110
132
160
0022
0041
0058
0095
0140
0180
0240
0300
0390
0460
0610
0720
0900
1100
1500
1800
2020
2400
3020
Max Motor Power
Motor
Cable Size, Cable
losses
Length
E 30°C
Amps
Amps
mm2
Amps
Amps
mm2
m
W
3,1
6
1.5
1.5
2.2
1.5
100
22,5
5,1
6
1.5
1.5
4.1
1.5
100
50
7,7
10
1.5
1.5
5.8
1.5
11,7
16
2.5
1,5
9.5
1.5
100
100
120
50
15,9
20
4
2,5
14
1.5
100
165
19
25
4
2,5
18
2,5
100
225
27
32
6
2,5
24
4
100
330
33
50
16
6
30
6
100
450
40
50
16
6
39
10
100
550
49
50
25
10
46
16
660
63
80
35
16
61
16
100
100
900
74
80
35
16
72
16
100
1110
93
100
70
25
90
35
100
1350
117
125
70
35
110
35
100
1650
154
160
120
50
150
50
100
2250
184
200
150
95
180
95
2700
206
250
185
150
202
150
100
100
255
315
2x150
2x70
240
2*70
100
3900
308
400
2x185
2x95
302
2x95
100
4800
3300
All recommended sizes of cable sizes and fuses are recommendations. National laws and
recommendations are to be considered.
Recommended choice of cable sizes and fuses follows DIN VDE 0100 paragraph 430
Appendix, motor cable is copper, way of wiring A1 and E is following SS 424 24 24 edition.
A1 means cable/conductors in some kind of duct in a maximum temperature of 40°C. E
means cable/conductors mounted on a ladder. Calculated at 30°C with 9 or several cables
(correctionfactor 0,78).
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4.5 Overview of power supply, grounding and motor cable
3-phase and single phase drives
L1/L
U
L2/N
V
L3
W
M~
 Drive is to be connected with ground/PE by separate grounding wire.
 1-phase power supply should be connected to L1/L, L2/N. L3 is not accessable.
 3-phase power supply should be connected to L1, L2 and L3.
 Phase sequence of power supply is not important and cable doesn’t have to be a shielded.
 Protective grounding of motor is connected to drive
 Motor cable should be connected to U, V, W.
 Inverter Power supply 3*400 VAC:
400V
690V
STAR
230V
400V
DELTA
- Rated voltage of motor 230/400, Star connection
- Rated voltage of motor 400/660, Delta connection
 Inverter Power supply 1*230 VAC
- Rated voltage of motor 230/400, Delta connection
 Motor cable must be a symmetrical shielded cable to fulfil EMC requirements. Example of
cables to be used are RKFK, Ölflex Classic 100 CY, FKKJ-EMC, or similar.
 Shield of the motor cable should be connected to ground/earth in both ends. On motor side an
EMC-gland is to be used.
 Shield of motor cable is to be connected to ground terminal in the drive itself. For IP20 drives
the shield can instead be clamped to the mounting plate with a clip.
 Motor must also be well attached into the mechanical frame of the machinery and have the
same potential as the electrical cabinet. Separate earth connection might be necessary.
 Motor cable should avoid to be installed close to telephone-, network- or signal wiring.
Minimum distance is 10 cm.
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4.6 Overview control inputs/outputs
Picture below shows an overview of control signals and factory set functionality.
1
+24 VDC
2
DIN1: Startsignal and Reset
8
3
DIN2: Analog or Preset speed
9
0 V reference
4
DNI3: Analog1 or Analog2
11
5
+10 VDC
AOUT2: 0-10 V / 24 VDC
Output current 0-10 V
6
AIN1: Analog ref 1
7
0 VDC
15
10
AIN2: Analog ref 2
16
12
STO+ Safety in +
13
STO- Safety in -
AOUT1: 0-10 V / 24 VDC
Output frequency 0-10 V
14
17
18
Relay Output 1
Drive Healthy
Relay Output 2
Drive Enabled
Use internal or external 24 VDC.
The CPU board of BFI can be activated eventhough power supply, 230 or 400 VAC, is off. This is done by an external 24VDC
suppy to terminal 1 and 0 VDC to terminal 7. This must be a 24 VDC powersupply only used for BFI:s and no other units.
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5 Basic Parameter setting
The basic parameter setting that always is to be checked or modified is listed below:
Para-
Name
Default
To be set
meter
settng
P1-01 Maximum Frequency
50 Hz
Max freq.
P1-02 Minimum Frequency
0 Hz
Min freq.
P1-03 Acceleration Time
30,0 sec
P1-04 Deceleration Time
30,0 sec
Function
If P1-09, Motor rated speed, ≠ 0 unit is rpm instead of Hz.
Set to some few Hz to ensure torque in motor. If P1-10, Motor rated
speed, ≠ 0 unit is rpm instead of Hz.
Acceleration ramptime from 0 Hz to P1-09 (50 Hz)
Deceleration ramptime from P1-09 (50 Hz) to 0 Hz
P1-07 Motor Rated Voltage
230/400 V
Put rated voltage of motor from motor nameplate in unit V
P1-08 Motor Rated Current
-
Put rated current of motor from motor nameplate in unit A
P1-09
Motor Rated
50 Hz
50 Hz
P1-12 Command Source
0
0
P1-14 Parameter Access
0
201
Frequency
P2-24 Switching Frequency
Put rated frequecy of motor from motor nameplate in unit Hz
0: Control by digital and/or analog signals
1: Control from Keypad
Normally only parameters P1-01 to P1-14 are accessable. All other
parameters are accessable with this parameter put to 201.
Drive
Keep as low as possible. Higher value decreas audible noise in
depending
motor but increase losses in drive.
0: Disabled
1: Enabled. The drive will attempt to determine if the motor is already
P2-26 Spin Start Enable
rotating, at what speed and direction on start up. The control of the
1
motor will start from the measuring. A delay of a few seconds will be
observed when starting the drive.
P6-05
0: For loads with variable torque requirement, for example fans
V/F Characteristic
0
Select
1: For loads with constant torque requirements, for example pumps,
conveyors and all heavy loads.
5.1 Digital start in one direction and one Preset or Analog setpoint
Start of drive is done by digital Start signal and setfrequency either a fixed preset speed or
an analog input signal on terminal 6. Analog signal can be either 0-10 V, 10-0 V, 4-20/204 mA. If 4-20 mA signal is used then current should flow into terminal 6 and out from
terminal 7.
4-20
mA
1
+24 VDC
2
DIN1: Startsignal
3
DIN2: Preset speed
5
+10 VDC
6
AIN1:Analog ref
7
0 VDC
Status
DIN1 DIN2
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
1
Action
P1-13 = 1
No output from drive
Start Forward & Analog
setpoint speed on terminal 6
Start Forward & PreSpeed 1
in P2-01
Use internal or external 24 VDC
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Para-
Name
meter
P1-13
Digital Inputs Function
P2-01
PresetSpeed1
P2-30
Analog Input 1 Format
Default
To be
settng
set
1
1
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Must be put to 1
Can be set between P1-02(Minimum speed) to P1-01 setting (Maximum
5 Hz
speed)
0
Type of
0: 0 to 10 VDC; 3: 0 to 20mA
analog
4: 4 to 20mA. Trip if signal level < 3mA
input
5: 4 to 20mA, Ramp to Preset speed 4 if signal level < 3mA
Defines scaling of analog input 1 at maximum analog input value towards
P2-31
Analog Input 1 Scaling
100 %
maximum speed in P1-01.
Output frequency= (Analog input value)/100 x (P2-31)/100 * P1-01 [Hz]
P2-32 defines an offset in % of full range for analog input 1.
A positive offset is deducted from the incoming analog signal and a
P2-32
Analog Input 1 Offset
0%
negative offset is added.
Example, if P2-30=0–10V and P2-32=10.0%, then 1 volt (10% of 10V) will
be deducted from incoming analog reference prior to it being applied.
5.2 Digital start in two directions and one Preset or Analog setpoint
Start in forward or reverse direction by digital signal and setfrequency is either a fixed
preset speed or analog input signal on terminal 6. Analog input is either 0-10 V or 4-20
mA.
If 4-20 mA signal is used the current should go into terminal 6 and out from terminal 7.
For scaling see chapter 5.1.
4-20
mA
1
+24 VDC
2
DIN1: Start Forward
3
DIN2: Start Reverse
4
DIN3: Preset speed1
5
+10 VDC
6
AIN1: Analog ref
7
0 VDC
Status inputs
DIN1 DIN2 DIN3
0
0
Any
1
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
1
1
1
Any
Action
No output from drive
Forward & Analog speed on
terminal 6
Forward & PreSpeed 1 in P201
Reverse & Analog speed on
terminal 6
Reverse & PreSpeed 1 in P2-01
No output from drive
Use internal or external 24 VDC
Para-
Name
Default
meter
To be set
Function
settng
P1-13
Digital Inputs Function
P2-01
PresetSpeed1
1
0
P9-01
Enable Input Source
1
0
0: Enable is activated by safety inputs
P9-03
Forward Run Input Source
0
1
1: Digital Input 1
5 Hz
0: Open up I/O cinfiguration in Parameter Group 9
Can be set between 0 to P1-01 setting ( Maximum speed)
P9-04
Reverse Run Input Source
0
2
2: Digital Input 2
P9-10
Speed Source 1
0
0
0: Analog input 1
P9-11
Speed Source 2
0
9
9: Preset speed 1
P9-18
Speed Select Input 1
3
3
3: Digital input 3 activates PresetSpeed1
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5.3 Digital start signal in two directions and 8 fixed Preset speeds
Start in two direction and up to 8 fixed speeds.
If only 4 fixed speeds are to be used, AIN2 terminal 10, can be excluded.
If only 2 fixed speeds are to be used, AIN1 terminal 6, can be excluded.
1
+24 VDC
2
DIN1: Start forward
3
DIN2: Start reverse
4
DIN3: Preset speed
6
AIN1: Preset speed
Status inputs
AIN2 AIN1 DIN3
10 AIN2: Preset speed
7
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
1
0
1
1
0
0
1
0
1
1
1
0
1
1
1
Action
Preset speed 1, P2-01
Preset speed 2, P2-02
Preset speed 3, P2-03
Preset speed 4, P2-04
Preset speed 5, P2-05
Preset speed 6, P2-06
Preset speed 7, P2-07
Preset speed 8, P2-08
0 VDC
Use internal or external 24 VDC
Table below shows what parameters needs to be set to get 2,4 or 8 fixed speeds.
Para-
Name
Default
meter
settng
To be set To be set To be set
Function
if 2 fixed if 4 fixed if 8 fixed
speeds
speeds
speeds
P1-12
Command Source
0
0
0= Control by digital and/or analog signals
P1-13
Digital Inputs Func
1
0
Open I/O-functionality setting in Parameter group 9
P2-01
PresetSpeed 1
5 Hz
P2-02
PresetSpeed 2
10 Hz
P2-03
PresetSpeed 3
25 Hz
Not used
P2-04
PresetSpeed 4
50 Hz
Not used
Can be set between 0 Hz to P1-01 setting
P2-05
PresetSpeed 5
0
Not used Not used
(Maximum speed)
P2-06
PresetSpeed 6
0
Not used Not used
P2-07
PresetSpeed 7
0
Not used Not used
P2-08
PresetSpeed 8
0
Not used Not used
P9-01
Enable Input Source
1
0
P9-03
Forward Run Input
1
1
P9-04
Reverse Run Input
0
2
P9-10
Speed Source 1
0
9
P9-11
Speed Source 2
1
P9-12
Speed Source 3
2
2
11
P9-13
Speed Source 4
2
2
12
P9-14
Speed Source 5
0
0
0
13
P9-15
Speed Source 6
0
0
0
14
P9-16
Speed Source 7
0
0
0
15
P9-17
Speed Source 8
0
0
0
16
P9-18
Speed Select Input0
3
P9-19
Speed Select Input 1
2
2
P9-20
Speed Select Input 2
0
0
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5.4 Alarm reset
Alarm reset is factoryset dedicated terminal 2, DIN1. Drive is reseted by positive edge on
terminal 2. Observe that terminal 2 also can be Start forward and drive might start if drive
also has a setfrequency. It is possible to dedicate a specific input as just an Alarm reset.
5.5 Transistor outputs 24 VDC or analog output, 0-10 V/4-20 mA
Terminal 8 and 11 can be either analog output 0-10 VDC/4-20 mA or transistor output 24
VDC. Outputs do not need an external power supply. Maximum load is 20 mA.
8
AOUT1: 0-10 V / 4-20 mA / 24 VDC Default Output Frequency 0-10 V
9
0 V reference
11
Para-
AOUT2: 0-10 V / 4-20 mA / 24 VDC Default Output Motor Current 0-10 V
Name
meter
P2-11
P2-13
Default
Function
setting
Analog Output 1
8
Function
Analog Output 2
9
Function
0: Drive Enabled or running
1: Drive Healthy. Power is applied to the drive and no fault exists
2: At Target Frequency. Output frequency matches the setfrequency
3: Output Frequency >0
4: Output Frequency >= Limit. Output frequency > P2-16 (AOUT1) or P2-19(AOUT2)
5: Output Current >= Limit. Motor current > P2-16 (AOUT1) or P2-19(AOUT2)
6: Output Frequency < Limit. Output frequency > P2-17(AOUT1) or P2-20(AOUT2)
7: Output Current < Limit. Motor current < P2-17(AOUT1) or P2-20(AOUT2)
8: Output Frequency 0-10 V => 0 Hz to setting in P1-01
9: Output Motor Current 0-10 V: 0 to 200% of setting in P1-08
P2-12 Analog Output 1
0
If ouputs is to be transistor outputs these parameters do not need to be configured.
P2-14 Analog Output 2
0
0: 0 to 10 VDC;
3: 20 to 0 mA;
1: 10 to 0 VDC;
4: 4 to 20mA;
2: 0 to 20 mA;
5: 20 to 4 mA
5.6 Relay outputs
Parameter
Default
Function
setting
P2-15: Relay
14
output 1
Relay Output 1
function
15 Default Drive
terminal 15
Healthy
and 16
16
17
Relay Output 2
18
Default Drive
Enabled
P2-18: Relay
output 2
function
terminal 18
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0: Drive Enabled or running
1 Drive Healthy. Power is applied to the drive and no
fault exists
2: At Target Frequency. Output frequency matches the
set frequency
3: Output Frequency >0
4: Output Frequency >= Limit. Output frequency > P216 (Relay1) or P2-19(Relay2)
5: Output Current >= Limit. Motor current > P2-16
(Relay1) or P2-19(Relay2)
6: Reserved
7: Analog input 2 > Limit. Analog input 2 > P2-16
(Relay1) or P2-19(Relay2)
8: DOL1 (Relay2) and Reserved (Relay1)
9: Fire Mode Active
10: Maintenance Due
11: Auto Mode and Drive ready to run
12: Drive Tripped and in a fault condition
13: Sate Torque off (STO) status
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5.7 Fieldbus control settings
The drive can be controlled by fieldbus or Ethernet. Following settings must be done:
P1-12=4, Start/stop/frequency setpoint command by bus
P1-14=201, make access to parameters in group 5 mentioned below
Terminal 2 must be connected to 24 V and safety inputs(STO+/STO-) correctly connected.
Specific details
Stationnumber
Drive behaviour if
ABCC-PRT2P-
time by
a communication
201110111.xml
parameter
HMSB1811.gsd
Profibus DP
Communication
0: Ramp
GSDML-V2.25-HMS-
ProfiNet
Fieldbus
ramp action Speed/Baud rate Timeout [sec] P5P5-07
05
Set by master
P5-01
Set by master
1: Ramp
Modbus TCP
Ver1, Remote device
CC-Link
P5-01
fieldbus or
Ethernet
station, Exclusive
received within
stop and
time specified in
trip
Type of reaction
P5-03:
decided in P5-06.
9,6= 156 kbs
38,4= 2,5 Mbs
Contact Beijer support
1: Ramp to
2: Ramp to
stop and
no trip
19,2= 625 kbs
station 2
Ethercat
P5-06
0: Trip
this parameter.
Set manually by time sent by
serial,
PC-program
EtherNet/IP
command is not
Loss action
3: Preset
57,6= 5 Mbs
speed 8
115= 10 Mbs
(P2-08)
Set by master
Set by master
P5-01
P5-03
for latest version
DeviceNet
005A000000620200.
eds
5.8 Fieldbus communication protocol
Cyclic data for all bus types consist of four 16-bit word input and output. Word 1 and 2 has
the following meaning:
Word
Data to drive
Bit 0
0: Stop
Data from drive
Bit 0
1: Start
Bit 1
0: Deceleration time in P1-04
1: Startsignal on
Bit 1
1: Deceleration time in P2-25
Bit 2
1
0: No function
0: No function
Bit 4-
Not used
Bit 2
0: Safe Torque inputs activated
1: Safe Torque inputs deactivated
Bit 4
0: Maintenance not required
1: Maintenance required
15
Set frequency [0,1 Hz]
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0: Auto Mode (IP 20 drives)
1: Hand mode (IP20 drives)
Bit 3
1: Coasting stop
2
0: Drive Healthy
1: Drive tripped
1: Alarm reset
Bit 3
0: Stop
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Not used
Bit 8-15
Alarmcode
Actual output frequency [0,1 Hz]
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Word 3 and 4 of output/input data can be individually configurated described in table below.
Para-
Name
Default
meter
Function
What to be
Fieldbus
Module
P5-12
P5-08
0
read in word
PDO3
3
Fieldbus
What to be
Module
1
4
Fieldbus
Module
0
written in word
3
Fieldbus
P5-13
Module
written in word
PDI4
2 : Digital Input Status. Bit 0 =Digital input 1 status, Bit 1= Digital input 2 status etc
4 : Drive Heat-sink Temperature in BFI [°C]
5 : User Register 1. Variable in PLC program or group 9 parameters
6 : User Register 2. Variable in PLC program or group 9 parameters
0 : Not used - No function
1 : User PID Reference - 0 to 1000 = 0% to 100.0%
2 : User Register 3 – Variable in PLC program or group 9 parameters
What to be
0
1 : Output Power [0,01 kW], 405 = 4.05kW
7 : P0-80 Value
What to be
PDI3
0 : Motor Current [0,1 A], 105 = 10,5 A
3 : Analog Input 2. Signal Level 0 to 1000 = 0 to 100.0%
read in word
PDO4
P5-14
Explanation
settng
0: User ramp time – In second with two decimal places.
1: User Register 4 – Variable in PLC program or group 9 parameters
4
Acyclic data is also available for all fieldbuses except for CC-link.
5.9 PTC-thermistor
A motor thermistor or thermistor contact can be connected to analog input 2, terminal 10.
Set P1-13 to 5 or 10, make sure functionality for other inputs follows your specification. If not this
can be adjusted in parametergroup 9. Contact Beijer Electronics for further assistance.
Put P2-33=2, Ptc-th.
Inverter will trip with open contact or a resistance above 2.5 kOhm. Input is not ATEX approved.
The cable for PTC-wires must be shielded and well separated from the motorcable. Otherwise an
external PTC-relay might be needed due to disturbances.
5.10 Energy Optimization function
The Energy Optimization function is designed to maximize the energy savings achievable
when the motor and drive is not operating at rated load. Care should be taken in using the
energy optimiser function in applications where the frequency setpoint to the drive changes
continuously, such as PI control applications. As the motor voltage is reduced, the slip of the
motor may increase, resulting in a small drop in motor speed, which can make the PI control
unstable. Detailed explanation of the function is to be found in Application Notes on www.
Parameter
P1-06
Name
Default setting
Energy Optimization
0
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5.11 Modbus RTU and control from Mitsubishi PLC
A Modbus RTU network with BFI-E2, BFI-H2 or BFI-P2 of IP20/55/66 can be connected:
Modbus master RTU
BFI
IP55/66
BFI
IP55/66
BFI
IP55/66
SDA
RDA
OPT-2-J45SPBFI
SDB
RDB
SG
OPT-2-RJTRM-BFI
CAB 114 or
CAB 113
OPT-J45
__-BFI
OPT- J45
__-BFI
Maximum length of communication with 485-BD card in a FX-system is 50 m.
Speed setting is 19200 bit/sec, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit, no parity.
Hardware
Function
Comment
FX3G-485BD
Serial master for FX3G
Bus termination by built-in switch
FX3U-485BD
Serial master for FX3U
Bus termination by built-in switch
Shielded cable with one RJ45 and 3 parts
Cable length 3 m.
CAB 114
marked SDA, SDB and SG for screwterminals.
CAB 113
Shielded cable with one RJ45 and one 9-pole D-
RJ45 connected in BFI and D-sub in TxA/TxB/TxC
sub.
panel. Cable legth 3 m.
OPT-J45__-BFI
Shielded patchkabel with RJ45 connectors
05=0,5 m, 10=1 m, 30= 3 m
OPT-2-J45SP-BFI
Connection of 2 serial cables into one drive.
Mounted and hidden inside the IP55/66 drive
OPT-2-RJTRM-BFI
RJ45 with a 110 ohm resistor
Bus termination to be put in the last BFI-splitter
Modbus master RTU
BFI
SDA
8
RDA
1
8
7
SDB
DI1 must always be closed to start
RDB
1
2
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DI1: Enable
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SG
Put termination switch in 100 ohm
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Name
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Function
settng
P1-12 Command Source
0
4
201
P1-14 Parameter Access
0
P5-01
Drive Fieldbus Adress
0
P5-03
Baud Rate
4= Control by Modbus RTU
Get access to parameter group 5
Stationnumber 0-63. First Drive should be stationnumber 1
115,2
19,2
9,6, 19,2, 38,4, 57,6 or 115= kbs
0 or "n-1”: No Parity, 1 stop bit
P5-04
Data Format
0
0
1 or “n-2”: No parity, 2 stop bits
2 or “0-1”: Odd parity, 1 stop bit
3 or “E-1”: Even parity, 1 stop bit
P5-05
Comm Loss Timeout
P5-06
Comm Loss Action
P5-07
Drive behaviour if a communication command is not received within time
1,0
specified in this parameter. Type of reaction decided in P5-06.
0
Fieldbus Ramp Ctrl
0: Trip and coast to stop
1: Ramp to stop and trip;
2: Ramp to stop and no trip
3: Preset speed 8 (P2-08)
Decides which ramps for accelearation and deceleration to be used.
0
0: From parameters;
1: From Modbus/RTU
5.12 PID-control
0-10V / 4-20mA
Sensor
Use internal or external 24 VDC
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+24 VDC
2
DIN1: Start signal
3
DIN2: PID/Preset Speed 1
10
AIN2: PID-feedback
5
+10 VDC
6
AIN1: PID-reference
7
0 VDC
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DIN1 DIN2
0
1
1
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P12=5 & P15 = 0
No output from drive
Run with PID-control
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Related parameters to be set when using PID-control.
Para-
Name
meter
P1-01
Maximum frequency
P1-12
Command source
P2-02
Preset Speed1
P2-30
Analog Input 1, AI1
Default
To be
settng
set
Maximum output frequency from PID-controller
50 Hz
0
Function
3
5 Hz
3: PID-control mode by digital startsignal
Output frequency if DI2=24V (=PID-control is disabled)
0: 0-10 V
0
P2-33
Analog Input 2, AI2
P3-01
PID Proportional Gain
3: 0-20 mA
4: 4-20 mA, trip if signal is below 3 mA
(Setpoint value – Feedback value ) of PID controller is multiplied by P3-01 to
1,0
produce the output from the PID controller.Too high value can cause instability.
Accumulated error in the PID control between set-point and feedback signals to
P3-02
PID Integral Time
influence the output from the PID controller. P3-02 is the time constant. Larger
1,0
values provide a more damped response. Lower values result is a faster system
response but may result in instability. 0= Turned off
The Differential time constant references the rate of change of the feedback
P3-03
PID Differential Time
0
0
signal over time and works to slow the rate of change of the PID controller,
particularly as it approached the set-point. Setting a shorter time will decrease
overshoot but slow down response and may lead to instability. 0= Turned off.
P3-04
P3-05
PID Operating Mode
0 : Direct Operation. Increase in motor speed should increase feedback signal
0
PID Digital Reference
source
1 : Inverse Operation. Increase in motor speed should decrease feedback signal
0 : PID-reference in P3-06
0
1 : Analog reference on terminal 6
P3-06
PID Digital Reference
0,0 %
PID–reference: 0-100 % of PID-feedback signal if P3-06=0
P3-07
PID Output Upper Limit
100 %
Maximum output frequency in % of P1-01
P3-08
PID Output Low Limit
0%
Minimum output frequency in % of P1-01
P3-10
PID Feedback Source
0
P3-11
PID Error to Enable Ramp

0
0 : Analog Input 2 (Terminal 10)
0: Internal ramps are always used.
0,1-100: When PID-error is less than setting internal ramps are not used and
PID–controller ramps output frequency. Drive can react quickly to small errors.
Extra special PID functions
Scaling factor of displayed PID feedback. If analog input is 0–10 V(=0-100%) and
P3-12
Feedback Display Scaling
0
P3-14
Standby Activation Speed
0 Hz
P2-27
Standby Mode Enable
P3-13
Feedback Wake Up Level
0%
PID Wake up level. When PID error > P3-13 drive will return to normal operation.
P3-15
2nd PID Digital Reference
0%
Second PID reference activated by a digital signal.
P3-16
Pump Prime Time
P3-17
Burst Pipe Threshold
is equal to 0-10 bar pressure setting is 0,1.
PID Sleep mode parameters.
P3-14 defines output frequency at which the drive will enter standby mode (stop).
20 sec
Drive enters standby mode if motor speed remains below level in P3-14 for time
period in P2-27. Display will show Standby. Function disabled if P2-27=0.
≠ 0: Burst pipe protection function enabled.
0 sec
If PID feedback, when starting motor, is not > P3-17 within time P3-16 the drive
will trip with "Pr-Lo" (pressure low trip).
0%
% of PID feedback signal. See P3-16.
0: PID loop will continue running as long as P gain (P3-01) ≠ 0.
P3-18
PID Reset Control
0
1: PID loop will only run when drive is enabled. If drive is not running, PID output
will reset to 0 (Including integral result).
P2-07
P6-11
Boost function at start
0 Hz
Drive can be started with speed in P2-07 without PID active. When time from start
0 sec
in P6-11 has elapsed the drive enters automaticall PID-control.
If PID-controll is to be performed by serial, Fieldbus or Ethernet, contact Beijer Electronics.
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5.13 Optistick
Communication between configuration software BFI-Tools and drive is done by Bluetooth
through Optistick or by a RJ45-cable. Optistick is just plugged into the RJ45 connector of the
drive. Optistick can also store parameter settings and PLC-program which can be written or
read by the two pushbuttons.
Configuration of Optistick in the PC is done in
Bluetooth device. You need to enter a pairing
code which is 0000.
Each physical Optistick is an individual and
needs to be configured individually.
After configuration please note what com port
your Optistick was given. This must then be
set in BFI-Tools Tools/Select COM Port
P1-14 must be set to 201 to access all parameters in the drive.
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6 Keypad
The drive is configured and its operation monitored via the keypad and display.
Control Keypad
Provides access to the drive
parameters, and also allows
control of the drive when
Hand operation is selected.
Navigate Button
Used to display real-time
information, to access and
exit parameter edit mode and
to store parameter changes
Up Button
Used to increase speed in
real-time mode or to increase
parameter values in parameter
edit mode
Down Button
Used to decrease speed in
real-time mode or to decrease
parameter values in parameter
edit mode
Auto Button
Used to place drive in Auto
(Remote) mode.
Main Displayed Parameter
Shows which of the selectable
parameters is currently being
shown on the main display,
e.g. Motor Speed, Motor
Current etc.
Operating Information
Provides a real time display
of key operating information,
e.g. output current and power
Start Button
When in Hand mode, used to
Start the drive.
Stop / Reset Button
Used to reset a tripped drive.
When in Hand mode, used to
Stop the drive.
Hand Button
Used to place drive in Hand
(keypad) mode.
6.1 Drive Operating Display – OLED Keypad, IP55 and IP66
Displayed when the
Safety inputs circuits are
open
Displayed when the
drive power is applied,
motor stopped
Drive operating, display
showing output
information
Drive trip display
showing trip condition
ML on left side of the display indicated that input power supply is too low.
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6.2 Accessing and Changing Parameter Values – OLED Keypad
Hold navigate button in
for >1 sec
Use up and down keys to
scroll to required
parameter.
Presss / release navigate
button when required
parameter shown
Use up and down keys to
edit parameter value.
6.3 Resetting Parameters to Factory Default Settings – OLED Keypad
Hold down the Up, Down,
Start and Stop keys for
>2s
The display shows P-Def.
Drive is returned to
factory settings. Press the
Stop key
Note: Parameters cannot be defaulted whilst P2-39=1 (parameter set locked).
Parameters can also be put to origin User Deafault Setting. Choose U-DEF instead by pushing UP-button
, DOWN-button and Stop-button at the same time.
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6.4 Changing the Language on the OLED Display – OLED Keypad
Hold down the Start and
Up keys for >1s
Use the Up and Down to
select a language.
Press the Navigate button
to select Language.
6.5 Selecting between Hand and Auto Control – OLED Keypad
A = Auto
H = Hand
The active control source is
shown on the OLED display.
Use the Hand and Auto buttons
on the keypad to switch between
control sources
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Hand mode permits drive
control directly from the drive
keypad.
Auto mode control source is
configured with Parameter P112 (Control Mode)
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6.6 IP20 Changing parameters
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

key for >1s whilst the drive displays StoP
Hold the
The display changes to P1, indicating parameter 01 in group 1
Press and release the
key to display the value of this parameter
Change to the required value using the and keys
Press and release the
key once more to store the change
Press and hold the
key for >1s to return to real-time mode
The display shows Stop if drive is stopped or the real-time information if the drive is running
Hold the
key and the and keys for jump between the ten groups.
6.7 IP20 Run motor from keypad
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Set parameter P1-12=1
Connect the saftey digital inputs correctly, terminal 12 to 24 VDC and terminal 13 to 0 VDC
Enable drive by closing the switch between control terminals 1 & 2. Display will show StoP
Press the key for star. Display shows .which means output frequency of 0 Hz
Press to increase speed
The drive will run forward, increasing speed until is released
 The rate of acceleration is controlled by the setting of P1-03, check before starting
 Press to decrease speed. The drive will decrease speed until is released
 Press the key. The drive will decelerate to rest at the rate set in P1-04

 The display will finally show StoP at which point the drive is disabled
 To preset a target speed prior to enable, press the key whilst the drive is stopped. The display
will show the target speed, use the & keys to adjust as required then press the key
 Pressing the key will start the drive accelerating to the target speed
 To allow the drive to be controlled from keypad in a forward and reverse direction, set P1-12 =2
 Press the key. The display changes to .
 Press to increase speed
 The drive will run forward, increasing speed until is released
 To reverse the direction of rotation of the motor, press the key again.
6.8 IP20 Factory setting of Drive
 Turn of Start signals and remove Enable signal on terminal 2
 Press , and for >2s. The display shows P-dEF. Press the
reset the drive.
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6.9 Monitoring from Keypad
Parameter group 0 contain variables to be monitores as table below:
Description
Display range
Explanation
P0-01
1st Analog Input Value
-100 % to 100%
100% = max input voltage
P0-02
2nd Analog Input Value
0 to 100%
100% = max input voltage
P0-03
Digital Input Status
00000 to 11111
MSB= Dig In1 / LSB Dig In 5
P0-04
Speed Reference Input
-P1-01 … P1-01
Displayed in Hz if P-10 = 0, otherwise displayed in RPM
P0-07
Fieldbus Speed Reference
-P1-01 … P1-01
Displays se-point received from Fieldbus interface.
P0-08
PID Reference
0 to 100 %
Displays the setpoint input to the PID controller.
P0-09
PID feedback
0 to 100 %
Displays the feedback value to the PID controller.
P0-11
Motor Voltage
0 … 600V AC
Value of RMS voltage applied to motor
P0-13
Trip Log
P0-19
Cascade Run Time Log
hours
P0-20
DC Bus Voltage
0 … 1000V dc
Internal DC bus voltage
P0-21
Internal Temperature
-20 … 100 °C
Temperature of heatsink in °C
P0-22
Time Left to next service
P0-26
kWh meter
0 to 999,9
When overflow P00-27 increases by 1 and reset to 0.
P0-27
MWh meter
0 to 65535
Displays the amount of energy consumed by the drive.
P0-28
Software Version
I/O-version, I/O Checksum, DSP version, DSP checksum.
P0-29
Drive Type
Frame size, Power rating and output phases
P0-30
Drive Serial Number
Unique drive serial number.
P0-31
Total Run Time
P0-35
Fan Run Time
0 to 99999 hours
Displays total operating time of internal cooling fans.
P0-36
DC Bus Voltage at Trip
V DC
Values logged before trip with 8 samples total (256 msec).
P0-37
DC Bus Voltage Ripple at Trip
V DC
Values logged before trip with 8 samples total (20 msec).
P0-38
Heatsink Temperature at Trip
-20 … 100 °C
Values logged before trip with 8 samples total (30 sec).
P0-39
Ambient Temperature at Trip
°C
Values logged before trip with 8 samples total (30 sec).
P0-40
Motor Current Log at Trip
A
Values logged before trip with 8 samples total (256 msec).
P0-41
Over Current Fault Counter
Over Current fault counter
P0-42
Over Voltage Fault Counter
Over Voltage fault counter
P0-43
Under Voltage Fault Counter
Under Voltage fault counter
P0-44
Heatsink Over Temperature
Heatsink Over Temperature fault counter
P0-45
Brake Chopper Short Circuit
Brake Chopper Short Circuit fault counter
P0-46
Ambient Over Temperature
Ambient Over Temperature fault counter
P0-49
Modbus RTU / BACnet
Modbus RTU/BACnet communication fault counter
Load Torque Profile Current
Values
5 Autotuned values of Load Torque Characteristic function.
Displays the four latest fault codes
Run Time values for pumps in cascade mode.
0 = Master, 1 = Pump1, 2 = Pump2
When 0 => service indicator is led on the display
0 to 99999 hours
First display –Current at minimum speed
A
P0-58
Displays the total operating time of the drive.
Second display –Current at first measurement interval
Third display –Current at second measurement interval
Fourth display –Current at third measurement interval
Fifth display –Current at maximum speed
P0-64
Switching Frequency
P0-65
Drive Life Time
Powered up time, hours, min, and sec
P0-70
Option Module ID-code
Identifies Type of Option Module inoption module slot
P0-71
Fieldbus module ID
Fieldbus module Identification Code
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Displays the actual effective Switching frequency
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General specification
BFI-H2
Over Current
Output Voltage
Output Frequency
Input Voltage
Voltage Fluctuations
Input Frequency
Internal Braketransitor
Switching Frequency
Control Methods
Start Methods
1-phase, 200 – 240 VAC
180 – 264 VAC
125% of rated current for 2,0 s; 110 % for 1 min
3-fas, 0 V to Supply voltage
0 – 500 Hz
3-phase, 380-480 VAC
342 – 528 VAC
48-62 Hz
No
Digital Input
4, 8, 12, 16, 24 or 32 kHz
Constant torque, Variable torque, Energy Optimised, Voltage boost
Digital, Push button Fwd/Rev/Stop, Keypad, Modbus RTU, Bacnet and Fieldbuses
Digital Preset speed, Digital motorpotentiometer, analogt 4 – 20 mA, 0 –10 V, Scaling of digital setpoint
Keypad, Modbus RTU, Bacnet and Fieldbuses
3 x Programmable Digital Input and 2 x User-selectable Digital or Analog Inputs,
Analog Input
2 x User-selectable Digital or Analog Inputs. 4-20 mA or 0-10 V or -10 to 10. 12 bit
Relay Output
Analog Output
2 x Progammable Relay (single pole and 2-pole ), Maximum load 6,0 A with 230 V or 5A with 30 VDC.
Drive enabled, Drive healthy, At Target Frequency, Output Frequency > 0.0 Hz, Output Frequency >=
Limit, Output Current >= Limit, Analog Input 2 Signal Level >= Limit, Fire Mode Active, Maintenance,
Drive Available, Assist Pump 1 Control
2 x User-selectable Digital or Analog Output, 0-10 V DC. Maximum current 20 mA. 10 bit.
Analog Output Signals
Output Frequency, Output motor current or Output motor power.
Safety Inputs
One with sink logic and one with source output
Modbus RTU and BacNet onboard.
Profibus DP, CC-Llink, Device Net, Ethernet IP, Modbus TCP, Profinet, Ethercat by optionboard
0 to 6000 sec, 2:nd deceleration ramp,
Ramping / Fast stop / Coasting / DC-brake Zero speed holding time
Internal control of output current in combination with motor current setting. Input and output loss phase
detection. Digital or analog overload signal from motor as standard. Trip level is resistance >2,5 kOhm.
PID-control, Built-in plc, Spin start, Standby mode, Automatic restart, Skip frequency, Stop method at
Voltage interruption, Energy Optimizer, Parameter access lock,
Fire Mode, Stir, Pipe fill protection, Motor preheating, Cascade mulit pump, Pump cleaning function
IP20, IP55 or IP66
IP20: -10 ºC to +50 ºC, IP66: -10 ºC to +40 ºC, Storage temperature is -40 ºC to +60 ºC
Max. 95 % non-condensing
No airborne dust, corrosive gases or liquids, conductive contaminants (such as condensation, carbon
dust, and metallic particles), high moisture, salt or chemical content environments
2000 meter bove sea level, Derate avove 1000 m: 1 %/100m
IEC 60068-2-29, IEC 60068-2-64, IEC 60068-2-6
IEC 61608, IEC 61800-5-2, IEC 62061, ISO 13849
Use shielded motor cable. Built-in EMC-filter,
- EN61800-3:2004, 1*230 VAC: Class C1, C2, C3 and C4
- EN61800-3:2004, 3*400 VAC: Class C2, C3 and C4
CE, cUL, UL, RoHS, Carbon Trust, C Tick, SGS, GOST
100 meter
Frequency Setpoint
Digital Output Signals
Communication
Acc/Deceration Time
Stop Mode
Motor Overload
Protection
General Functions
HVAC Functions
Protection Class
Ambient Temperature
Maximum Humidity
Environment
Maximum Altitude
Vibrations
Safety Functions
EMC
Approvals
Max Motorcable Length
BFI-H2 (1x 230 V)
BFI-H2 (3 x 400 V)
Drive Model
043
070
105
022
041
058
095
140
180
240
300
390
Output Power, kW
Rated Output Current A,
Frame Size
Weight
IP-class
0,75
4,3
2
1,5
7,0
2
1,8
20/66
2,2
10,5
2
0,75
2,2
2
1,5
4,1
2
2,2
5,8
2
4,0
9,5
2
5,5
14,0
3
7,5
18,0
3
11
24,0
3/4
15
30
4
18,5
39
4
11,5
55
1,8
3,5
20/66
BFI-H2 (3 x 400 V)
20/55
Drive Model
460
610
720
900
1100
1500
1800
2020
2400
3020
Output Power, kW
Rated Output Current A,
Frame Size
Weight
IP-class
22
46
4
11,5
30
61
37
72
5
22,5
Not
Not
55
110
75
150
90
180
110
202
132
240
160
302
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50
7
80
55
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8 Warning and Alarm codes
Fault Code No.
OLED Message
Description
Corrective Action
No-Flt
0-I
00
03
StoP
No Fault
Instantaneous over current
on drive output.
I.t-trP
04
Over load trip
Drive has tripped on
overload after delivering
>100% of value in P1-08
for a period of time.
SAFE-1
05
STO Error Input 1
O-volt
06
Over voltage
Hardware Enable Circuit
Error (processor Output)
Over voltage on DC bus
Displayed in P0-13 if no faults are recorded in the log
Fault Occurs on Drive Enable
Check the motor and motor connection cable for phase – phase and
phase – earth short circuits.
Check the load mechanically for a jam, blockage or stalled condition
Ensure the motor nameplate parameters are correctly in P1-07, P108, P1-09.
Reduced the Boost voltage setting in P1-11. Increase ramp up time
in P1-03.
If the connected motor has a holding brake, ensure the brake is
correctly connected and controlled, and is releasing correctly
Check to see when the decimal points are flashing (drive in
overload) and either increase acceleration rate or reduce the load.
Check motor cable length is within the limit specified for the
relevant drive.
Ensure the motor nameplate parameters are correctly in P1-07, P108, P1-09.
Check the load mechanically to ensure no jams, blockages or other
mechanical faults exist
Hardware Enable Circuit Fault
U-volt
07
O-t
08
U-t
09
P-dEF
10
E-triP
11
SC-Obs
Flt-dc
12
The value of the DC Bus Voltage can be displayed in P0-20
A historical log is stored at 256ms intervals prior to a trip in
parameter P0-36
Fault is generally caused by excessive regenerative energy being
transferred from the load back to the drive. Reduce load, decrease
speed or deceleration ramp time P1-04. If PID control, ensure that
ramps are active with P3-11.
Under voltage
Under voltage on DC bus
Occurs routinely when power is switched off. If occurs during
running, check the incoming supply voltage, all connections into the
drive, fuses, contactors.
Over temperature trip Heatsink over temperature The heatsink temperature can be displayed in P0-21.
A historical log is stored at 30 second intervals prior to a trip in P038
Check the drive ambient temperature. Ensure the drive internal
cooling fan is operating. Ensure that the required space around the
drive has been observed and that the cooling airflow path to and
from the drive is not restricted.
Reduce the effective switching frequency setting in parameter P2-24.
Under temperature
Drive Under temperature
Trip occurs when ambient temperature is less than -10°C. The
trip
temperature must be raised over -10°C in order to start the drive.
Load default
Factory Default parameters Press STOP key, the drive is now ready to be configured for the
parameters
have been loaded
required application.
External trip
Digital Input External trip E-trip requested on control input terminals. Either P1-13 has wrong
setting or the connected motor thermistor is too hot.
Optibus fault
Communications Fault
Communications lost with PC or remote keypad. Check the cables.
13
Excessive DC ripple
Excessive DC Ripple on
Internal DC bus
P-LoSS
H O-I
Th-Flt
14
Input phase loss
Input phase missing trip
15
Instant over current
Instantaneous over current. Overcurrent on motor side. Refer to fault 0-I.
16
Thermistor Fault
dAtA-F
17
Faulty thermistor on heatsink.
Internal memory fault.
4-20F
18
dAtA-E
U-def
19
I/O processor data
error
4-20mA signal out of 4-20mA Signal Lost
range
M/C processor error Internal memory fault.
F-Ptc
21
20
Over current trip
User Parameter
User Parameter Defaults
Default
Motor PTC over heat Motor PTC Over
Temperature
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The DC Bus Ripple Voltage level can be displayed in parameter P016.
A historical log is stored at 20ms intervals prior to a trip in
parameter P0-37.
Check all three supply phases are present and within the 3% supply
voltage level imbalance tolerance.
One has been disconnected or lost.
Refer to your Invertek Sales Partner.
Parameters not saved, factory defaults are reloaded.
Reference signal on Analog Input 1 or 2 has dropped below 3mA.
Check the signal source and wiring to the drive terminals.
Parameters not saved, factory defaults are reloaded.
User Parameter default has been loaded. Press the Stop key.
The connected motor PTC device has caused the drive to trip.
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OLED Message
Description
Corrective Action
Fan-F
O-hEAt
22
Cooling Fan Fault
Cooling Fan Fault
Check and if necessary, replace the drive internal cooling fan
23
Ambient
Temperature High
Ambient Temperature too
High
O.torq
24
Exceed max torque
Over-Current Error
U.torq
25
Output torque too
low
Under-Current Error
Out-F
SAFE-2
26
Drive Output Fault
Drive output fault
Measured temperature around the drive is above the operating limit.
Ensure the drive internal cooling fan is operating, cooling airflow
path to and from the drive is not restricted. Increase the cooling
airflow to the drive
Reduce the effective switching frequency or reduce the load on the
motor.
Current Monitoring Function has detected current levels above the
normal operating condition for the application.
Check mechanical load has not changed and that the load is not
jammed or stalling.
For pump application check for potential pump blockage
For fan applications check airstream to and from the fan is not
restricted
Current Monitoring Function has detected current levels below the
normal operating condition for the application.
Check for mechanical breakages causing loss of load (e.g belt
break).
Check motor has not become disconnected from the drive.
Drive output fault, refer to your IDL Authorised Distributor
29
STO Error Input 2
Hardware Enable Circuit
Error (Buffer Output)
AtF-01
40
Autotune fail 1
AtF-02
41
Autotune fail 2
AtF-03
AtF-04
AtF-05
42
Autotune fail 3
43
Autotune fail 4
44
Autotune fail 5
48
Feedback Pressure
Low
Output Phase Loss
49
Autotune Failed, Ensure
the motor is correctly
connected and free from
faults
Hardware Enable Circuit Fault
Measured motor stator resistance varies between phases. Check the
windings for correct resistance and balance.
Check that the power
Measured motor stator resistance is too
rating corresponds to
large.
the power rating of the
Measured motor inductance is too low.
connected drive.
Measured motor inductance is too large.
Measured motor parameters are not
convergent
Low Pressure Detected by Check the pump system for leaks for burst pipes.
Pipe Fill Function
Check the Pipe
Output (Motor) Phase Loss One of the motor output phases is not connected to the drive.
Sc-F01
50
Modbus Comms fault Modbus communication
error detected
A valid Modbus telegram has not been received within the watchdog
time limit in P5-05. Check the network master operating and cabling.
Sc-F03
52
Check that communications I/O- module is correctly inserted.
Sc-F04
Sc-F05
53
Option Module Fault Communication Module
Fault
IO Card Comms fault IO card comms trip
54
BACnet Comms fault BACnet comms loss trip
A valid BACnet telegram has not been received within the watchdog
time limit set in P5-05
Check the network master / PLC is still operating
Check the connection cables
Increase the value of P5-05 to a suitable level
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