PowerFlex 700 AC Drives

PowerFlex 700 AC Drives
USER MANUAL
Series B, Vector Control
Firmware 4.001 & Up
Important User Information
Solid state equipment has operational characteristics differing from those of
electromechanical equipment. Safety Guidelines for the Application, Installation
and Maintenance of Solid State Controls (Publication SGI-1.1 available from your
local Rockwell Automation sales office or online at http://
www.rockwellautomation.com/literature) describes some important differences
between solid state equipment and hard-wired electromechanical devices. Because
of this difference, and also because of the wide variety of uses for solid state
equipment, all persons responsible for applying this equipment must satisfy
themselves that each intended application of this equipment is acceptable.
In no event will Rockwell Automation, Inc. be responsible or liable for indirect or
consequential damages resulting from the use or application of this equipment.
The examples and diagrams in this manual are included solely for illustrative
purposes. Because of the many variables and requirements associated with any
particular installation, Rockwell Automation, Inc. cannot assume responsibility or
liability for actual use based on the examples and diagrams.
No patent liability is assumed by Rockwell Automation, Inc. with respect to use of
information, circuits, equipment, or software described in this manual.
Reproduction of the contents of this manual, in whole or in part, without written
permission of Rockwell Automation, Inc. is prohibited.
Throughout this manual, when necessary we use notes to make you aware of safety
considerations.
!
WARNING: Identifies information about practices or circumstances
that can cause an explosion in a hazardous environment, which may
lead to personal injury or death, property damage, or economic loss.
Important: Identifies information that is critical for successful application and
understanding of the product.
!
ATTENTION: Identifies information about practices or circumstances
that can lead to personal injury or death, property damage, or economic
loss. Attentions help you identify a hazard, avoid a hazard, and
recognize the consequences.
Shock Hazard labels may be located on or inside the equipment (e.g.,
drive or motor) to alert people that dangerous voltage may be present.
Burn Hazard labels may be located on or inside the equipment (e.g.,
drive or motor) to alert people that surfaces may be at dangerous
temperatures.
PowerFlex, DriveExplorer, DriveExecutive, PLC, Force Technology, DPI, and SCANport are either trademarks or registered
trademarks of Rockwell Automation, Inc.
ControlNet is a trademark of ControlNet International, Ltd.
DeviceNet is a trademark of the Open DeviceNet Vendor Association.
Summary of Changes
The information below summarizes the changes to the PowerFlex 700
User Manual, publication 20B-UM002 since the last release.
Manual Updates
Change
General Maintenance Updates
Page(s)
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Table of Contents
Preface
Overview
Chapter 1
Installation/Wiring Opening the Cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
Who Should Use this Manual? . . . . . . . . .
What Is Not in this Manual . . . . . . . . . . . .
ATEX Approved Drives & Motors . . . . . .
Reference Materials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Manual Conventions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Drive Frame Sizes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
General Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Catalog Number Explanation . . . . . . . . . .
P-1
P-1
P-1
P-2
P-2
P-3
P-3
P-5
Mounting Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
AC Supply Source Considerations . . . . . . 1-2
General Grounding Requirements . . . . . . 1-4
Fuses and Circuit Breakers . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-5
Power Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-5
Using Input/Output Contactors . . . . . . . . 1-13
Disconnecting MOVs and CM Capacitors 1-14
I/O Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-17
Reference Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-24
Auto/Manual Examples. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-25
Lifting/Torque Proving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-26
Using PowerFlex Drives w/Regen Units. 1-26
Common Bus/Precharge Notes . . . . . . . . 1-27
EMC Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-27
Chapter 2
Start Up
Prepare For Drive Start-Up . . . . . . . . . . . .
Status Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Start-Up Routines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Running S.M.A.R.T. Start. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Running an Assisted Start Up . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 3
Programming
and Parameters
About Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
How Parameters are Organized. . . . . . . . . 3-3
Monitor File . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-7
Motor Control File . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-9
Speed Command File . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-16
Dynamic Control File . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-26
Utility File . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-33
Communication File . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-46
Inputs & Outputs File . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-51
Applications File . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-59
Pos/Spd Profile File. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-65
Parameter Cross Reference – by Name. . 3-72
Parameter Cross Reference – by Number 3-75
Chapter 4
Troubleshooting
Faults and Alarms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
Drive Status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2
Manually Clearing Faults . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-4
Fault Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-4
Clearing Alarms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-10
Alarm Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-10
Common Symptoms/Corrective Actions 4-13
Testpoint Codes and Functions . . . . . . . . 4-16
2-1
2-2
2-3
2-5
2-5
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Appendix A
Supplemental
Drive Information
Specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-1
Communication Configurations . . . . . . . . A-6
Output Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-9
Drive, Fuse & Circuit Breaker Ratings . . . A-9
Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-20
Frame Cross Reference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-34
Appendix B
HIM Overview
External & Internal Connections . . . . . . . .
LCD Display Elements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ALT Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Menu Structure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Viewing and Editing Parameters . . . . . . . .
Linking Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing/Installing the HIM . . . . . . . . . .
Appendix C
Application Notes
Adjustable Voltage Operation . . . . . . . . . . C-1
External Brake Resistor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C-3
Lifting/Torque Proving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C-4
Limit Switches for Digital Inputs . . . . . . C-11
Minimum Speed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C-12
Motor Control Technology . . . . . . . . . . . C-12
Motor Overload . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C-14
Motor Overload Memory Retention . . . . C-16
Overspeed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C-16
Position Indexer/Speed Profiler . . . . . . . . C-17
Power Loss Ride Through . . . . . . . . . . . . C-27
Process PID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C-28
Reverse Speed Limit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C-31
Skip Frequency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C-32
Sleep Wake Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C-34
Start At PowerUp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C-36
Stop Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C-36
Voltage Tolerance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C-40
Appendix D
ATEX Approved
Drives
General. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Motor Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Drive Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Drive Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Start-Up/Periodic Testing Requirement. . .
Index
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D-3
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D-4
Preface
Overview
The purpose of this manual is to provide you with the basic information
needed to install, start-up and troubleshoot the PowerFlex 700
Adjustable Frequency AC Drive with Vector Control.
For information on . . .
Who Should Use this Manual?
What Is Not in this Manual
Reference Materials
ATEX Approved Drives & Motors
Manual Conventions
Drive Frame Sizes
General Precautions
Catalog Number Explanation
See page . . .
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P-1
P-2
P-1
P-2
P-3
P-3
P-5
Who Should Use this Manual?
This manual is intended for qualified personnel. You must be able to
program and operate Adjustable Frequency AC Drive devices. In
addition, you must have an understanding of the parameter settings and
functions.
What Is Not in this Manual
The PowerFlex 700 Series B User Manual is designed to provide only
basic start-up information for the Vector Control drive, Frames 0-6. For
Frame 7-10 information, refer to the Frame 7-10 Installation
Instructions, publication 20B-IN014.
For detailed drive information, refer to the PowerFlex Reference
Manual, publication PFLEX-RM004.
Refer to the PowerFlex 700 Series A User Manual (publication
20B-UM001) for Standard Control information.
Literature is available online at http://www.rockwellautomation.com/
literature. Refer to Reference Materials on the next page.
ATEX Approved Drives & Motors
For detailed information on using ATEX approved drives and motors,
refer to Appendix D.
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Reference Materials
The following manuals are recommended for general drive information:
Title
Wiring and Grounding Guidelines for
PWM AC Drives
Preventive Maintenance of Industrial
Control and Drive System Equipment
Safety Guidelines for the Application,
Installation and Maintenance of Solid
State Control
A Global Reference Guide for
Reading Schematic Diagrams
Guarding Against Electrostatic
Damage
Publication
Available Online at …
DRIVES-IN001
DRIVES-TD001
SGI-1.1
www.rockwellautomation.com
/literature
100-2.10
8000-4.5.2
For detailed PowerFlex 700 information:
Title
PowerFlex Reference Manual
Frame 7-10 Installation Instructions
Series A User Manual
Publication
Available Online at …
PFLEX-RM004 www.rockwellautomation.com/
literature
20B-IN014
20B-UM001
For Allen-Bradley Drives Technical Support:
Title
Allen-Bradley Drives Technical Support
Online at …
www.ab.com/support/abdrives
Manual Conventions
•
In this manual we refer to the PowerFlex 700 Adjustable Frequency
AC Drive as; drive, PowerFlex 700 or PowerFlex 700 Drive.
•
To help differentiate parameter names and LCD display text from
other text, the following conventions will be used:
•
–
Parameter Names will appear in [brackets].
For example: [DC Bus Voltage].
–
Display Text will appear in “quotes.” For example: “Enabled.”
The following words are used throughout the manual to describe an
action:
Word
Can
Cannot
May
Must
Shall
Should
Should Not
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Meaning
Possible, able to do something
Not possible, not able to do something
Permitted, allowed
Unavoidable, you must do this
Required and necessary
Recommended
Not recommended
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Drive Frame Sizes
Similar PowerFlex 700 drive sizes are grouped into frame sizes to
simplify spare parts ordering, dimensioning, etc. A cross reference of
drive catalog numbers and their respective frame size is provided in
Appendix A.
General Precautions
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ATTENTION: This drive contains ESD (Electrostatic Discharge)
sensitive parts and assemblies. Static control precautions are required
when installing, testing, servicing or repairing this assembly.
Component damage may result if ESD control procedures are not
followed. If you are not familiar with static control procedures,
reference A-B publication 8000-4.5.2, “Guarding Against Electrostatic
Damage” or any other applicable ESD protection handbook.
ATTENTION: An incorrectly applied or installed drive can result in
component damage or a reduction in product life. Wiring or application
errors, such as, undersizing the motor, incorrect or inadequate AC
supply, or excessive ambient temperatures may result in malfunction of
the system.
ATTENTION: Only qualified personnel familiar with adjustable
frequency AC drives and associated machinery should plan or
implement the installation, start-up and subsequent maintenance of the
system. Failure to comply may result in personal injury and/or
equipment damage.
ATTENTION: To avoid an electric shock hazard, verify that the
voltage on the bus capacitors has discharged before performing any
work on the drive. Measure the DC bus voltage at the +DC & –DC
terminals of the Power Terminal Block (refer to Chapter 1 for location).
The voltage must be zero.
ATTENTION: Risk of injury or equipment damage exists. DPI or
SCANport host products must not be directly connected together via
1202 cables. Unpredictable behavior can result if two or more devices
are connected in this manner.
ATTENTION: An incorrectly applied or installed bypass system can
result in component damage or reduction in product life. The most
common causes are:
• Wiring AC line to drive output or control terminals.
• Improper bypass or output circuits not approved by Allen-Bradley.
• Output circuits which do not connect directly to the motor.
Contact Allen-Bradley for assistance with application or wiring.
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ATTENTION: The “adjust freq” portion of the bus regulator function
is extremely useful for preventing nuisance overvoltage faults resulting
from aggressive decelerations, overhauling loads, and eccentric loads. It
forces the output frequency to be greater than commanded frequency
while the drive's bus voltage is increasing towards levels that would
otherwise cause a fault. However, it can also cause either of the
following two conditions to occur.
1. Fast positive changes in input voltage (more than a 10% increase
within 6 minutes) can cause uncommanded positive speed changes.
However an “OverSpeed Limit” fault will occur if the speed reaches
[Max Speed] + [Overspeed Limit]. If this condition is unacceptable,
action should be taken to 1) limit supply voltages within the
specification of the drive and, 2) limit fast positive input voltage
changes to less than 10%. Without taking such actions, if this
operation is unacceptable, the “adjust freq” portion of the bus
regulator function must be disabled (see parameters 161 and 162).
2. Actual deceleration times can be longer than commanded
deceleration times. However, a “Decel Inhibit” fault is generated if
the drive stops decelerating altogether. If this condition is
unacceptable, the “adjust freq” portion of the bus regulator must be
disabled (see parameters 161 and 162). In addition, installing a
properly sized dynamic brake resistor will provide equal or better
performance in most cases.
Important: These faults are not instantaneous. Test results have
shown that they can take between 2-12 seconds to
occur.
ATTENTION: Loss of control in suspended load applications can
cause personal injury and/or equipment damage. Loads must always be
controlled by the drive or a mechanical brake. Parameters 600-611 are
designed for lifting/torque proving applications. It is the responsibility
of the engineer and/or end user to configure drive parameters, test any
lifting functionality and meet safety requirements in accordance with all
applicable codes and standards.
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Catalog Number Explanation
Position
1-3
4
5-7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17-18
19-20
20B
D
2P1
A
3
A
Y
N
A
R
C
0
NN
AD
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
k
l
m
n
a
c2
c4
Drive
ND Rating
ND Rating
Code
Type
20B
PowerFlex 700
400V, 50 Hz Input
600V, 60 Hz Input
Code
Amps
kW
Code
Amps
Hp
1P3
1.3
0.37
1P7
1.7
1.0
2P1
2.1
0.75
2P7
2.7
2.0
b
3P5
3.5
1.5
3P9
3.9
3.0
Voltage Rating
5P0
5.0
2.2
6P1
6.1
5.0
Code
Voltage
Ph.
Prechg.
8P7
8.7
4.0
9P0
9.0
7.5
B
240V ac
3
-
011
11.5
5.5
011
11
10
C
400V ac
3
-
015
15.4
7.5
017
17
15
D
480V ac
3
-
022
22
11
022
22
20
E
600V ac
3
-
030
30
15
027
27
25
F
690V ac 3
-
037
37
18.5
032
32
30
H
540V dc -
N
043
43
22
041
41
40
J
650V dc -
N
056
56
30
052
52
50
Y
072
72
37
062
62
60
85
45
077
77
75
55
099
99
100
N
325V dc -
P
540V dc -
Y
085
R
650V dc -
Y
105
105
T
810V dc -
Y
140
140
75
125
125
125
W
932V dc -
Y
170
170
90
144
144
150
205
205
110
260
260
132
Only available for Frame 5 & Frame 6 drives.
Code
c5
ND Rating
c1
ND Rating
c3
208/240V, 60 Hz Input
ND Rating
Code
Amps
kW
480V, 60 Hz Input
052
52
45
Amps
Hp
060
60
55
82
75
208V
Amps
240V
Amps
Hp
Code
690V, 50 Hz Input
2P2
2.5
2.2
0.5
1P1
1.1
0.5
082
4P2
4.8
4.2
1.0
2P1
2.1
1.0
098
98
90
6P8
7.8
6.8
2.0
3P4
3.4
2.0
119
119
110
142
142
132
9P6
11
9.6
3.0
5P0
5.0
3.0
015
17.5
15.3
5.0
8P0
8.0
5.0
022
25.3
22
7.5
011
11
7.5
028
32.2
28
10
014
14
10
042
48.3
42
15
022
22
15
052
56
52
20
027
27
20
070
78.2
70
25
034
34
25
080
92
80
30
040
40
30
104
120
104
40
052
52
40
130
130
130
50
065
65
50
154
177
154
60
077
77
192
221
192
75
096
96
75
260
260
260
100
125
125
100
156
156
125
180
180
150
248
248
200
60
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Position
1-3
4
5-7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17-18
19-20
20B
D
2P1
A
3
A
Y
N
A
R
C
0
NN
AD
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
k
l
m
n
d
h
Enclosure
k
Brake Resistor
Code
Enclosure
A
I/O
Code
w/Resistor
IP20, NEMA/UL Type 1
Y
N
F
Flange Mount
Front: IP20, NEMA/UL Type Open
Back/Heatsink: IP54, NEMA/UL Type 12
G
Stand-Alone/Wall Mount
IP54, NEMA/UL Type 12
Code
Operator Interface
0
Blank Cover
3
Full Numeric LCD
5
Prog. Only LCD
J®
Remote (Panel Mount), IP66, NEMA/UL
Type 12 Full Numeric LCD HIM
K®
Remote (Panel Mount), IP66, NEMA/UL
Type 12 Prog. Only LCD HIM
® Only available with Stand-Alone IP54 drives.
f
Documentation
Code
Type
A
Manual
N
No Manual
C
Chinese
Documentation
g
Brake
Code
w/Brake IGBT Y
Yes
N
No
Brake IGBT is standard on Frames 0-3 and
optional on Frames 4-6.
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Yes 1
A
Std.
24V dc/ac
No
B
Std.
115V ac
C
Vector ♣
24V dc
D
Vector ♣
115V ac
N
Std.
None
i
♣ Vector Control Option utilizes DPI Only.
Emission
Code
HIM
Control
1 Not available for Frame 3 drives or larger.
Only available for Frame 5 & Frame 6 drives,
400…690V.
e
Code
CE Filter ‡
CM Choke
A
Yes
Yes
B
Yes
No
l
Feedback
‡ Note: 600V class drives below 77 Amps
(Frames 0-4) are declared to meet the
Low Voltage Directive. It is the responsibility
of the user to determine compliance to the
EMC directive.
Code
Type
0
None
1
Encoder, 12V/5V
m
j
Future Use
Comm Slot
Code
Version
B
BACnet
C
ControlNet (Coax)
D
DeviceNet
E
EtherNet/IP
R
Remote I/O
S
RS485 DF1
N
None
n
Special Firmware
Code
Type
AD ®
60 Hz Maximum
AE ®
Cascading Fan/Pump Control
® Must be used with Vector Control option C or
D (Position k). Positions m-n are only required
when custom firmware is supplied.
Chapter 1
Installation/Wiring
This chapter provides information on mounting and wiring the
PowerFlex 700 Drive, Frames 0-6.
For information on . .
Opening the Cover
Mounting Considerations
AC Supply Source Considerations
General Grounding Requirements
Fuses and Circuit Breakers
Power Wiring
See page
1-1
1-2
1-2
1-4
1-5
1-5
For information on. .
Disconnecting MOVs and
Common Mode Capacitors
See page
1-14
I/O Wiring
Reference Control
Auto/Manual Examples
Lifting/Torque Proving
EMC Instructions
1-17
1-24
1-25
1-26
1-27
Most start-up difficulties are the result of incorrect wiring. Every
precaution must be taken to assure that the wiring is done as instructed.
All items must be read and understood before the actual installation
begins.
!
ATTENTION: The following information is merely a guide for proper
installation. The Allen-Bradley Company cannot assume responsibility
for the compliance or the noncompliance to any code, national, local or
otherwise for the proper installation of this drive or associated
equipment. A hazard of personal injury and/or equipment damage
exists if codes are ignored during installation.
Opening the Cover
POWER
STS
S.M.A.R.T.
Exit
Esc
Sel
Alt
Lang
Auto / Man
7
8
9
4
5
6
1
2
3
.
0
Exp
Remove
Jog
+/Param #
PORT
MOD
NET A
NET B
CAUTION
HOT surfaces can cause severe burns
Frames 0-4
Locate the slot in the upper left corner.
Slide the locking tab up and swing the
cover open. Special hinges allow cover to
move away from drive and lay on top of
adjacent drive (if present). See page 1-7
for frame 4 access panel removal.
Frame 5
Slide the locking tab up, loosen the
right-hand cover screw and remove. See
page 1-7 for access panel removal.
Frame 6
Loosen 2 screws at bottom of drive cover.
Carefully slide bottom cover down & out.
Loosen the 2 screws at top of cover and
remove.
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Mounting Considerations
Operating Temperatures
PowerFlex 700 drives are designed to operate at 0° to 40° C ambient. To
operate the drive in installations between 41° and 50° C, see the
information below and refer to pages A-10 through A-19 for exceptions.
Table 1.A Acceptable Surrounding Air Temperature & Required Actions
Enclosure Rating
IP20, NEMA/UL Type 1 (with Top Label) (1)
IP20, NEMA/UL Type Open (Top Label
Removed) (1)
Temperature Range
0-40° C
0-50° C
0-50° C
0-45° C
0-50° C
Drive
Frames 0-4, All Ratings
Frames 5-6, Most Ratings (2)
Most Ratings (2)
20BC072 Only
20BC072 Only (3)
IP00, NEMA/UL Type Open (Top Label &
Vent Plate Removed)
Flange Mount
Front - IP00, NEMA/UL Type Open
0-40° C Back (External) Frames 5-6
Back/Heat Sink - IP54, NEMA/UL Type 12 0-55° C Front (Inside Encl.)
Stand-alone/Wall Mount - IP54, NEMA/UL 12 0-40° C
Frames 5-6
(1)
(2)
(3)
Removing the adhesive top label from the drive changes the NEMA/UL enclosure rating from Type 1 to
Open. Frames 5 and 6 do not have a top label.
Refer to pages A-10 through A-19 for exceptions.
To remove vent plate (see page A-25 for location), lift top edge of plate from the chassis. Rotate the plate
out from the back plate.
101.6 mm
(4.0 in.)
101.6 mm
(4.0 in.)
101.6 mm
(4.0 in.)
PWR
PWR
STS
STS
No Adhesive Label
101.6 mm
(4.0 in.)
PWR
PWR
STS
STS
(see Table 1.A)
PORT
PORT
MOD
MOD
NET A
NET A
NET B
NET B
PORT
MOD
NET A
NET B
With Adhesive Label
50.8 mm
(2.0 in.)
PORT
MOD
NET A
NET B
(see Table 1.A)
101.6 mm
(4.0 in.)
101.6 mm
(4.0 in.)
Refer to Appendix A for detailed
dimension information.
101.6 mm
(4.0 in.)
101.6 mm
(4.0 in.)
Minimum Mounting Clearances
Specified vertical clearance requirements are intended to be from drive
to drive. Other objects can occupy this space; however, reduced airflow
may cause protection circuits to fault the drive. In addition, inlet air
temperature must not exceed the product specification.
AC Supply Source Considerations
PowerFlex 700 drives are suitable for use on a circuit capable of
delivering up to a maximum of 200,000 rms symmetrical amperes, and a
maximum of 690 volts.
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ATTENTION: To guard against personal injury and/or equipment
damage caused by improper fusing or circuit breaker selection, use only
the recommended line fuses/circuit breakers specified in Appendix A.
If a system ground fault monitor (RCD) is to be used, only Type B
(adjustable) devices should be used to avoid nuisance tripping.
Unbalanced, Ungrounded, Resistive or B Phase Grounded
Distribution Systems
If phase to ground voltage will exceed 125% of normal line to line
voltage or the supply system is ungrounded, refer to the Wiring and
Grounding Guidelines for PWM AC Drives (pub. DRIVES-IN001).
!
ATTENTION: PowerFlex 700 drives contain protective MOVs and
common mode capacitors that are referenced to ground. These devices
must be disconnected if the drive is installed on an ungrounded,
resistive or B phase grounded distribution system. See page 1-14 for
jumper locations.
Input Power Conditioning
Certain events on the power system supplying a drive can cause
component damage or shortened product life. These conditions are
divided into 2 basic categories:
1. All drives
–
The power system has power factor correction capacitors
switched in and out of the system, either by the user or by the
power company.
–
The power source has intermittent voltage spikes in excess of
6000 volts. These spikes could be caused by other equipment on
the line or by events such as lightning strikes.
–
The power source has frequent interruptions.
2. 5 HP or Less Drives (in addition to “1” above)
–
The nearest supply transformer is larger than 100kVA or the
available short circuit (fault) current is greater than 100,000A.
–
The impedance in front of the drive is less than 0.5%.
If any or all of these conditions exist, it is recommended that the user
install a minimum amount of impedance between the drive and the
source. This impedance could come from the supply transformer itself,
the cable between the transformer and drive or an additional transformer
or reactor. The impedance can be calculated using the information
supplied in Wiring and Grounding Guidelines for PWM AC Drives,
publication DRIVES-IN001.
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General Grounding Requirements
The drive Safety Ground - PE must be connected to system ground.
Ground impedance must conform to the requirements of national and
local industrial safety regulations and/or electrical codes. The integrity
of all ground connections should be periodically checked.
For installations within a cabinet, a single safety ground point or ground
bus bar connected directly to building steel should be used. All circuits
including the AC input ground conductor should be grounded
independently and directly to this point/bar.
Figure 1.1 Typical Grounding
U (T1)
V (T2)
W (T3)
R (L1)
S (L2)
T (L3)
PE
SHLD
Safety Ground - PE
This is the safety ground for the drive that is required by code. This point
must be connected to adjacent building steel (girder, joist), a floor
ground rod or bus bar (see above). Grounding points must comply with
national and local industrial safety regulations and/or electrical codes.
Shield Termination - SHLD
The Shield terminal (see Figure 1.3 on page 1-11) provides a grounding
point for the motor cable shield. The motor cable shield should be
connected to this terminal on the drive (drive end) and the motor frame
(motor end). A shield terminating cable gland may also be used.
When shielded cable is used for control and signal wiring, the shield
should be grounded at the source end only, not at the drive end.
RFI Filter Grounding
Using an optional RFI filter may result in relatively high ground leakage
currents. Therefore, the filter must only be used in installations with
grounded AC supply systems and be permanently installed and
solidly grounded (bonded) to the building power distribution ground.
Ensure that the incoming supply neutral is solidly connected (bonded) to
the same building power distribution ground. Grounding must not rely
on flexible cables and should not include any form of plug or socket that
would permit inadvertent disconnection. Some local codes may require
redundant ground connections. The integrity of all connections should be
periodically checked. Refer to the instructions supplied with the filter.
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Fuses and Circuit Breakers
The PowerFlex 700 can be installed with input fuses or an input circuit
breaker. National and local industrial safety regulations and/or electrical
codes may determine additional requirements for these installations.
Refer to Appendix A for recommended fuses/circuit breakers.
!
ATTENTION: The PowerFlex 700 does not provide branch short
circuit protection. Specifications for the recommended fuse or circuit
breaker to provide protection against short circuits are provided in
Appendix A.
Power Wiring
!
ATTENTION: National Codes and standards (NEC, VDE, BSI etc.)
and local codes outline provisions for safely installing electrical
equipment. Installation must comply with specifications regarding wire
types, conductor sizes, branch circuit protection and disconnect devices.
Failure to do so may result in personal injury and/or equipment damage.
Cable Types Acceptable for 200-600 Volt Installations
A variety of cable types are acceptable for drive installations. For many
installations, unshielded cable is adequate, provided it can be separated
from sensitive circuits. As an approximate guide, allow a spacing of 0.3
meters (1 foot) for every 10 meters (32.8 feet) of length. In all cases,
long parallel runs must be avoided. Do not use cable with an insulation
thickness less than or equal to 15 mils (0.4mm/0.015 in.). Use Copper
wire only. Wire gauge requirements and recommendations are based on
75° C. Do not reduce wire gauge when using higher temperature wire.
Unshielded
THHN, THWN or similar wire is acceptable for drive installation in dry
environments provided adequate free air space and/or conduit fill rates
limits are provided. Do not use THHN or similarly coated wire in wet
areas. Any wire chosen must have a minimum insulation thickness of 15
Mils and should not have large variations in insulation concentricity.
Shielded/Armored Cable
Shielded cable contains all of the general benefits of multi-conductor
cable with the added benefit of a copper braided shield that can contain
much of the noise generated by a typical AC Drive. Strong consideration
for shielded cable should be given in installations with sensitive
equipment such as weigh scales, capacitive proximity switches and other
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devices that may be affected by electrical noise in the distribution
system. Applications with large numbers of drives in a similar location,
imposed EMC regulations or a high degree of communications/
networking are also good candidates for shielded cable.
Shielded cable may also help reduce shaft voltage and induced bearing
currents for some applications. In addition, the increased impedance of
shielded cable may help extend the distance that the motor can be
located from the drive without the addition of motor protective devices
such as terminator networks. Refer to Reflected Wave in Wiring and
Grounding Guidelines for PWM AC Drives, pub. DRIVES-IN001.
Consideration should be given to all of the general specifications
dictated by the environment of the installation, including temperature,
flexibility, moisture characteristics and chemical resistance. In addition,
a braided shield should be included and be specified by the cable
manufacturer as having coverage of at least 75%. An additional foil
shield can greatly improve noise containment.
A good example of recommended cable is Belden® 295xx (xx
determines gauge). This cable has four (4) XLPE insulated conductors
with a 100% coverage foil and an 85% coverage copper braided shield
(with drain wire) surrounded by a PVC jacket.
Other types of shielded cable are available, but the selection of these
types may limit the allowable cable length. Particularly, some of the
newer cables bundle 4 conductors of THHN wire and wrap them tightly
with a foil shield. This construction can greatly increase the cable
charging current required and reduce the overall drive performance.
Unless specified in the individual distance tables as tested with the drive,
these cables are not recommended and their performance against the lead
length limits supplied is not known. See Table 1.B.
Table 1.B Recommended Shielded Wire
Location
Rating/Type
Standard
(Option 1)
• Four tinned copper conductors with XLPE insulation.
600V, 90°C (194°F)
XHHW2/RHW-2
• Copper braid/aluminum foil combination shield and
Anixter B209500-B209507,
tinned copper drain wire.
Belden 29501-29507, or
• PVC jacket.
equivalent
Standard
(Option 2)
Tray rated 600V, 90° C
(194° F) RHH/RHW-2
Anixter OLF-7xxxxx or
equivalent
• Three tinned copper conductors with XLPE insulation.
• 5 mil single helical copper tape (25% overlap min.) with
three bare copper grounds in contact with shield.
• PVC jacket.
Class I & II; Tray rated 600V, 90° C
Division I & II (194° F) RHH/RHW-2
Anixter 7V-7xxxx-3G or
equivalent
• Three bare copper conductors with XLPE insulation and
impervious corrugated continuously welded aluminum
armor.
• Black sunlight resistant PVC jacket overall.
• Three copper grounds on #10 AWG and smaller.
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EMC Compliance
Refer to EMC Instructions on page 1-27 for details.
CabIe Trays and Conduit
If cable trays or large conduits are to be used, refer to the guidelines
presented in the Wiring and Grounding Guidelines for PWM AC Drives,
publication DRIVES-IN001.
!
ATTENTION: To avoid a possible shock hazard caused by induced
voltages, unused wires in the conduit must be grounded at both ends.
For the same reason, if a drive sharing a conduit is being serviced or
installed, all drives using this conduit should be disabled. This will help
minimize the possible shock hazard from “cross coupled” motor leads.
Motor Cable Lengths
Typically, motor lead lengths less than 30 meters (100 feet) are
acceptable. However, if your application dictates longer lengths, refer to
the Wiring and Grounding Guidelines for PWM AC Drives, publication
DRIVES-IN001 or the PowerFlex 700 Technical Data, publication
20B-TD001.
Cable Entry Plate Removal
If additional wiring access is needed, the Cable Entry Plate on 0-3 Frame
drives can be removed. Simply loosen the screws securing the plate to
the chassis. The slotted mounting holes assure easy removal.
Important: Removing the Cable Entry Plate limits the maximum
ambient temperature to 40 degrees C (104 degrees F).
Power Wiring Access Panel Removal
Frame
0, 1, 2 & 6
3
4
5
Removal Procedure (Replace when wiring is complete)
Part of front cover, see page 1-1.
Open front cover and gently tap/slide cover down and out.
Loosen the 4 screws and remove.
Remove front cover (see page 1-1), gently tap/slide panel up and out.
Single-Phase Input Power
The PowerFlex 700 drive is typically used with a three-phase input
supply. Single-phase operation of the drive is not currently rated under
the UL508C listing. Rockwell Automation has verified that single-phase
operation with output current derated by 50% of the three-phase ratings
identified on pages A-10 through A-15 will meet all safety requirements.
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AC Input Phase Selection (Frames 5 & 6 Only)
!
ATTENTION: To avoid a shock hazard, ensure that all power to the
drive has been removed before performing the following.
Moving the “Line Type” jumper shown in Figure 1.2 will allow single or
three-phase operation.
Important: When selecting single-phase operation, input power must
be applied to the R (L1) and S (L2) terminals only to assure
power to the fan.
Selecting/Verifying Fan Voltage (Frames 5 & 6 Only)
Important: Read Attention statement above!
Frames 5 & 6 utilize a transformer to match the input line voltage to the
internal fan voltage. If your line voltage is different than the voltage class
specified on the drive nameplate, it may be necessary to change
transformer taps as shown below. Common Bus (DC input) drives
require user supplied 120 or 240V AC to power the cooling fans. The
power source is connected between “0 VAC” and the terminal
corresponding to your source voltage (see Figure 1.4).
Table 1.C Fan VA ratings (DC Input Only)
Frame Rating (120V or 240V)
5
100 VA
6
138 VA
Figure 1.2 Typical Locations - Phase Select Jumper & Transformer (Frame 5 shown)
3-PH 1-PH
LINE
TYPE
SPARE 1
Optional
Communications
Module
Phase Selection
Jumper
Fan Voltage
300 VDC EXT PWR SPLY TERM (PS+, PS-)
POWER TERMINAL RATINGS
WIRE RANGE: 14-1/0 AWG (2.5-35 MM2)
TORQUE: 32 IN-LB (3.6 N-M)
STRIP LENGTH: 0.67 IN (17 MM)
USE 75 C CU WIRE ONLY
GROUND TERMINAL RATINGS (PE)
SPARE 2
WIRE RANGE: 22-10 AWG (0.5-4 MM2)
TORQUE: 5.3 IN-LB (0.6 N-M)
STRIP LENGTH: 0.35 IN (9 MM)
17
9
WIRE RANGE: 6-1/0 AWG (16-35 MM2)
TORQUE: 44 IN-LB (5 N-M)
STRIP LENGTH: 0.83 IN (21 MM)
21
OUTPUT
INPUT AC
690 Volt Tap
600 Volt Tap
480 Volt Tap
400 Volt Tap
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Frame 6 Transformer Tap Access
The transformer is located behind the Power Terminal Block in the area
shown in Figure 1.2. Access is gained by releasing the terminal block
from the rail. To release terminal block and change tap:
1. Locate the small metal tab at the bottom of the end block.
2. Press the tab in and pull the top of the block out. Repeat for next
block if desired.
3. Select appropriate transformer tap.
4. Replace block(s) in reverse order.
Auxiliary Control Power Supply
An Auxiliary Control Power Supply such as the 20-24V-AUX1 can
provide control power for certain PowerFlex 700 drives. See details
below.
!
ATTENTION: The Auxiliary Control Power Supply Must Not be
used with any PowerFlex 700 Standard Control drive or 200/240 Volt
Vector Control drive. Using the power supply with these drives will
cause equipment/component damage.
The Auxiliary Control Power Supply Must Not be used with…
•
Any Standard Control drive (15th position of the catalog number
string equals “A,” “B,” or “N”).
•
Any 200/240V PowerFlex 700 drive, Standard or Vector Control
(4th position of the catalog number string equals “B”).
The Auxiliary Control Power Supply Can be used with…
•
400/480 and 600/690 Volt drives with Vector Control (15th position
of the catalog number string equals “C,” or “D”). Consult the factory
when using an auxiliary power supply in these instances.
Use of an auxiliary power supply to keep the drive control logic up
when the main AC power is removed requires the use of some type
of AC line monitoring as well as control of the Precharge Enable
signal. Consult the factory for additional guidance.
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Power Terminal Block
Refer to Figure 1.3 for typical locations.
Table 1.D Power Terminal Block Specifications
No. Name
Frame
➊ Power Terminal 0 & 1
Block
2
3
Description
Input power and
motor connections
Input power and
motor connections
Input power and
motor connections
BR1, 2 terminals
4
Wire Size Range (1)
Maximum Minimum
4.0 mm2 0.5 mm2
(10 AWG) (22 AWG)
10.0 mm2 0.8 mm2
(6 AWG) (18 AWG)
25.0 mm2 2.5 mm2
(3 AWG) (14 AWG)
10.0 mm2 0.8 mm2
(6 AWG) (18 AWG)
35.0 mm2 10.0 mm2
(1/0 AWG) (8 AWG)
50.0 mm2 4.0 mm2
(1/0 AWG) (12 AWG)
Input power and
motor connections
Input power, BR1,
5
75 HP, 2, DC+, DC– and
480V/ motor connections
100 HP, PE
50.0 mm2
600V
(1/0 AWG)
5
Input power, DC+, 70.0 mm2
100 HP DC– and motor (2/0 AWG)
BR1, 2, terminals 50.0 mm2
(1/0 AWG)
PE
50.0 mm2
(1/0 AWG)
6
Input power, DC+, 150.0 mm2
DC–, BR1, 2, PE, (300 MCM)
motor connections see note (3)
Torque
Maximum
1.7 N-m
(15 lb.-in.)
1.7 N-m
(15 lb.-in.)
3.6 N-m
(32 lb.-in.)
1.7 N-m
(15 lb.-in.)
4.0 N-m
(35 lb.-in.)
Recommended
0.8 N-m
(7 lb.-in.)
1.4 N-m
(12 lb.-in.)
1.8 N-m
(16 lb.-in.)
1.4 N-m
(12 lb.-in.)
4.0 N-m
(35 lb.-in.)
4.0 mm2
(12 AWG)
See Note (2)
10.0 mm2
(8 AWG)
4.0 mm2
(12 AWG)
4.0 mm2
(12 AWG)
2.5 mm2 6.0 N-m
6.0 N-m
(14 AWG) (52 lb.-in.) (52 lb.-in.)
➋
SHLD Terminal 0-6
Terminating point
for wiring shields
➌
AUX Terminal
Block
Auxiliary Control
Voltage
PS+, PS– (4)
1.5 mm2
(16 AWG)
4.0 mm2
(12 AWG)
User Supplied
Fan Voltage
(page 1-8)
0.6 N-m
4.0 mm2 0.5 mm2 0.6 N-m
(12 AWG) (22 AWG) (5.3 lb.-in.) (5.3 lb.-in.)
0-4
5-6
➍
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Fan Terminal 5-6
Block (CB Only)
—
—
1.6 N-m
1.6 N-m
(14 lb.-in.) (14 lb.-in.)
0.2 mm2
—
—
(24 AWG)
0.5 mm2 0.6 N-m
0.6 N-m
(22 AWG) (5.3 lb.-in.) (5.3 lb.-in.)
Maximum/minimum wire sizes that the terminal block will accept - these are not recommendations.
Refer to the terminal block label inside the drive.
Two wires connected in parallel to any of these terminals using two lugs may be required.
External control power: UL Installation-300V DC, ±10%, Non UL Installation-270-600V DC, ±10%
0-3 Frame - 40 W, 165 mA, 5 Frame - 80 W, 90 mA. See Auxiliary Control Power Supply on page 1-9.
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Figure 1.3 Typical Power Terminal Block Location
➌
!
DANGER
Optional
Communications
Module
Optional
Communications
Module
Use 75C Wire Only
#10-#14 AWG
Torque to 7 in-lbs
BR1
➌
WIRE
STRIP
75C Cu Wire
6 AWG [10MM2] Max.
12 IN. LBS.
1.4 N-M } TORQUE
BR1 B
U/T1
V/T2
V/T2 W/T3
PE B
PE R/L1 S/L2 T/L3
PE A
➊
➌
AUX IN+ AUX OUT–
W/T3
R/L1
S/L2
➊
T/L3
SHLD
➋
➊
SHLD
➋
Frames 0 & 1
WIRE
STRIP
BR1 BR2
75C Cu Wire
6 AWG [10MM2] Max.
75C Cu Wire
2
3 AWG [25MM ] Max.
16 IN. LBS.
1.8 N-M } TORQUE
12 IN. LBS.
1.4 N-M } TORQUE
AUX IN
+ –
POWER
PE
CONTROL
DC–
POWER
DC+
CONTROL
BR2
BR1 BR2 DC+ DC- U/T1 V/T2 W/T3 R/L1 S/L2 T/L3
/ PE
PE
Frame 2
SHLD
SHLD
➋
➋
➋
Optional
Communications
Module
Optional
Communications
Module
300 VDC EXT PWR SPLY TERM (PS+, PS-)
POWER TERMINAL RATINGS
WIRE RANGE: 14-1/0 AWG (2.5-35 MM2)
TORQUE: 32 IN-LB (3.6 N-M)
STRIP LENGTH: 0.67 IN (17 MM)
USE 75 C CU WIRE ONLY
WIRE RANGE: 22-10 AWG (0.5-4 MM2)
TORQUE: 5.3 IN-LB (0.6 N-M)
STRIP LENGTH: 0.35 IN (9 MM)
17
9
21
INPUT AC
➌
WIRE STRIP
OUTPUT
PS+
PS–
GROUND TERMINAL RATINGS (PE)
WIRE RANGE: 6-1/0 AWG (16-35 MM2)
TORQUE: 44 IN-LB (5 N-M)
STRIP LENGTH: 0.83 IN (21 MM)
➌
Frames 3 & 4
22-10
AWG
5.3 IN-LB
(0.6 N-M)
BR2
BR1
DC+
DC–
USE 75°C COPPER WIRE ONLY, TORQUE 52 IN-LB (6 N-M)
➊
Frame 5
➊
➍
USE 75°C
COPPER WIRE
ONLY
TORQUE
52 IN-LB
(6 N-M)
T1
T2
T3
L1
OUTPUT
L2
L3
INPUT
Common Bus
Drives Only
Frame 6
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Frame
Figure 1.4 Power Terminal Block
Terminal Block
0
+
1
BR1
BR2
DC+
DC–
PE
U (T1)
V (T2)
W (T3)
R (L1)
S (L2)
T (L3)
* Note:
Shaded BR1 & BR2 Terminals will only be
present on drives ordered with the Brake Option.
2
BR1 BR2 DC+ DC– U V W
(T1) (T2) (T3)
PE
R S T
(L1) (L2) (L3)
3
+
4
BR1 BR2 DC+ DC– U V W R S T
(T1) (T2) (T3) (L1) (L2) (L3)
AC Input (Ratings are Normal Duty)
480V, 75 HP 690V, 45-90 kW
5 240V, 40 HP
400V, 55 kW
600V, 75 HP
BR1*/
DC–
V/T2
BR2* DC+ DC+
U/T1
W/T3 PE
PS–
PE
R/L1 S/L2 T/L3
PS+
DC Input (Ratings are Normal Duty)
240V, 40 HP
400V, 55 kW
480V, 75 HP
600V, 75 HP
BR1*/
BR2* DC+ DC+ DC–
PS–
480V, 100 HP
600V, 100 HP
BR1*/
BR2* DC+ DC+ DC– U/T1 V/T2 W/T3
PS–
120
VAC
Precharge Resistor Fuse – DCT12-2
(Common Bus Drives w/Precharge Only)
240V, 50 HP
400V, 75 kW
PE
480V, 100 HP
600V, 100 HP
BR1*/
BR2* DC+ DC+
R/L1 S/L2 T/L3
PE
0 240
VAC VAC PE
U/T1 V/T2 W/T3 PE
PS+
240V, 50 HP
400V, 75 kW
690V, 45-90 kW
DC–
U/T1 V/T2 W/T3
PE
PS–
120
VAC
PS+
PS+
0 240
VAC VAC
PE
Precharge Resistor Fuse – DCT12-2
(Common Bus Drives w/Precharge Only)
6 125-200 HP
125-200 HP
M8 Stud (All Terminals)
Max. Lug Width = 31.8 mm (1.25 in.)
M8 Stud (All Terminals)
Max. Lug Width = 25.4 mm (1 in.)
BR2
BR1
DC+
DC–
Input Filter Capacitor
PS+
PS–
Common Mode Capacitor
& MOV Jumpers
WIRE STRIP
PS+
PS–
WIRE STRIP
Common Mode Capacitor
& MOV Jumpers
22-10
AWG
5.3 IN-LB
(0.6 N-M)
22-10
AWG
5.3 IN-LB
(0.6 N-M)
BR2
BR1
DC+
Precharge Resistor
Fuse
DCT12-2
(Common Bus Drives
w/Precharge Only)
DC–
USE 75 C COPPER WIRE ONLY, TORQUE 52 IN-LB (6 N-M)
USE 75 C COPPER WIRE ONLY, TORQUE 52 IN-LB (6 N-M)
U
T1
V
T2
W
T3
PE
OUTPUT
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R
L1
S
L2
INPUT
T
L3
USE 75 C
COPPER WIRE
ONLY
TORQUE
52 IN-LB
(6 N-M)
U
T1
V
T2
OUTPUT
W
T3
PE
PE
22-10 AWG
5.3 IN-LB
(0.6 N-M)
1-PHASE
TORQUE
52 IN-LB
(6 N-M)
FAN
INPUT
USE 75 C
COPPER WIRE
ONLY
0 VAC
120 VAC
240 VAC
Input Filter Capacitor
Installation/Wiring
Terminal Description
BR1
DC Brake (+)
BR2
DC Brake (–)
DC+
DC–
PE
PS+
PS–
U
V
W
R
S
T
DC Bus (+)
DC Bus (–)
PE Ground
AUX (+)
AUX (–)
Motor Ground
U (T1)
V (T2)
W (T3)
R (L1)
S (L2)
T (L3)
1-13
Notes
DB Resistor Connection - Important: Only one DB resistor
can be used with Frames 0-3. Connecting an internal &
external resistor could cause damage.
DC Input/Brake Connections
Refer to Figure 1.3 for location on 3 Frame drives
Auxiliary Control Voltage (see Table 1.D)
Refer to Figure 1.3 for location on 3 Frame drives
To Motor
AC Line Input Power
Three-Phase = R, S & T
Single-Phase = R & S Only
Using Input/Output Contactors
Input Contactor Precautions
!
!
ATTENTION: A contactor or other device that routinely disconnects
and reapplies the AC line to the drive to start and stop the motor can
cause drive hardware damage. The drive is designed to use control input
signals that will start and stop the motor. If an input device is used, operation must not exceed one cycle per minute or drive damage will occur.
ATTENTION: The drive start/stop/enable control circuitry includes
solid state components. If hazards due to accidental contact with moving machinery or unintentional flow of liquid, gas or solids exist, an
additional hardwired stop circuit may be required to remove the AC line
to the drive. An auxiliary braking method may be required.
Output Contactor Precaution
!
ATTENTION: To guard against drive damage when using output
contactors, the following information must be read and understood.
One or more output contactors may be installed between the drive and
motor(s) for the purpose of disconnecting or isolating certain motors/
loads. If a contactor is opened while the drive is operating, power will
be removed from the respective motor, but the drive will continue to
produce voltage at the output terminals. In addition, reconnecting a
motor to an active drive (by closing the contactor) could produce
excessive current that may cause the drive to fault. If any of these
conditions are determined to be undesirable or unsafe, an auxiliary
contact on the output contactor should be wired to a drive digital input
that is programmed as “Enable.” This will cause the drive to execute a
coast-to-stop (cease output) whenever an output contactor is opened.
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Bypass Contactor Precaution
!
ATTENTION: An incorrectly applied or installed bypass system can
result in component damage or reduction in product life. The most
common causes are:
• Wiring AC line to drive output or control terminals.
• Improper bypass or output circuits not approved by Allen-Bradley.
• Output circuits which do not connect directly to the motor.
Contact Allen-Bradley for assistance with application or wiring.
Disconnecting MOVs and Common Mode Capacitors
PowerFlex 700 drives contain protective MOVs and common mode
capacitors that are referenced to ground. To guard against drive damage,
these devices must be disconnected if the drive is installed on a resistive
grounded distribution system, an ungrounded distribution system, or B
phase grounded distribution system. On ungrounded distribution systems
where the line-to-ground voltages on any phase could exceed 125% of
the nominal line-to-line voltage, an isolation transformer should be
installed. To disconnect these devices, remove the jumper(s) listed in
Table 1.E. Jumpers can be removed by carefully pulling the jumper
straight out. See Wiring and Grounding Guidelines for PWM AC Drives,
publication DRIVES-IN001 for more information on ungrounded
systems.
!
ATTENTION: To avoid an electric shock hazard, verify that the
voltage on the bus capacitors has discharged before removing/installing
jumpers. Measure the DC bus voltage at the +DC & –DC terminals of
the Power Terminal Block. The voltage must be zero.
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Table 1.E Jumper Removal
Frame Jumper Component
Jumper Location
No.
0, 1
PEA
Common Mode Cap. Remove the I/O Cassette (page 1-18). Jumpers located ➊
on the Power Board (Figure 1.5).
PEB
MOV’s
2-4
PEA
PEB
Wire
5
All
except
140A,
400V &
600/
690V
5
140A,
400V,
600/
690V
6
Wire
Wire
➋
➌
➍
Common Mode Cap. Remove the I/O Cassette as described on page 1-18. ➎
Common Mode Cap. Jumpers are located above the Power Terminal Block
(see Figure 1.5).
MOV’s
The green/yellow jumper is located on the back of chassis (see Figure 1.5 for location). Disconnect, insulate
and secure the wire to guard against unintentional contact with chassis or components.
MOV’s
Note location of the two green/yellow jumper wires next
to the Power Terminal Block (Figure 1.5). Disconnect,
Input Filter Cap.
insulate and secure the wires to guard against
unintentional contact with chassis or components.
Common Mode Cap. Note location of the green/yellow jumper wire shown in
Figure 1.5. Disconnect, insulate and secure the wire to
MOV’s
guard against unintentional contact with chassis or
Input Filter Cap.
components.
➏
➏
➐
➑
➑
Common Mode Cap. Remove the wire guard from the Power Terminal Block.
Disconnect the three green/yellow wires from the two
MOV’s
“PE” terminals shown in Figure 1.4. Insulate/secure the
Input Filter Cap.
wires to guard against unintentional contact with chassis or components.
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Figure 1.5 Typical Jumper Locations (see Table 1.E for description)
➍
➌
PE 1
PE 2
MOV-PE JMPR
PE 4
PE 3
DC FILTER CAP-PE JMPR
ire
CW G
e 75
Us #14 AW
lbs
#10- 7 into
ue
Torq
BR1 BR2 DC+ DC- U/T1 V/T2 W/T3
POWER
75C Cu Wire
6 AWG [10MM2] Max.
12 IN. LBS.
1.4 N-M } TORQUE
ly
On
CONTROL
WIRE
STRIP
ER
NG
DA
!
PE R/L1 S/L2 T/L3
AUX IN+ AUX OUT–
BR1
BR2
DC+
DC–
PE
➋
SHLD
U/T1
V/T2
3
W/T
R/L1
S/L2
T/L3
SHLD
➊
Frame 2
Frames 0 & 1
(I/O Cassette Removed)
➌
➍
➎
PE B
PE A
Optional
Communications
Module
12 IN. LBS.
1.4 N-M } TORQUE
AUX IN
+ –
75C Cu Wire
3 AWG [25MM2] Max.
16 IN. LBS.
1.8 N-M } TORQUE
POWER
BR1 BR2
75C Cu Wire
6 AWG [10MM2] Max.
CONTROL
WIRE
STRIP
BR1 BR2 DC+ DC- U/T1 V/T2 W/T3 R/L1 S/L2 T/L3
➐
300 VDC EXT PWR SPLY TERM (PS+, PS-)
POWER TERMINAL RATINGS
WIRE RANGE: 14-1/0 AWG (2.5-35 MM2)
TORQUE: 32 IN-LB (3.6 N-M)
STRIP LENGTH: 0.67 IN (17 MM)
USE 75 C CU WIRE ONLY
GROUND TERMINAL RATINGS (PE)
WIRE RANGE: 6-1/0 AWG (16-35 MM2)
TORQUE: 44 IN-LB (5 N-M)
STRIP LENGTH: 0.83 IN (21 MM)
PE
WIRE RANGE: 22-10 AWG (0.5-4 MM2)
TORQUE: 5.3 IN-LB (0.6 N-M)
STRIP LENGTH: 0.35 IN (9 MM)
17
9
21
OUTPUT
INPUT AC
SHLD
SHLD
Important: Do Not discard or replace grounding hardware.
Frames 3 & 4
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I/O Wiring
Important points to remember about I/O wiring:
• Use Copper wire only. Wire gauge requirements and
recommendations are based on 75 degrees C. Do not reduce wire
gauge when using higher temperature wire.
• Wire with an insulation rating of 600V or greater is recommended.
• Control and signal wires should be separated from power wires by at
least 0.3 meters (1 foot).
Important: I/O terminals labeled “(–)” or “Common” are not
referenced to earth ground and are designed to greatly
reduce common mode interference. Grounding these
terminals can cause signal noise.
!
!
ATTENTION: Configuring an analog input for 0-20mA operation and
driving it from a voltage source could cause component damage. Verify
proper configuration prior to applying input signals.
ATTENTION: Hazard of personal injury or equipment damage exists
when using bipolar input sources. Noise and drift in sensitive input
circuits can cause unpredictable changes in motor speed and direction.
Use speed command parameters to help reduce input source sensitivity.
Signal and Control Wire Types
Table 1.F Recommended Signal Wire
Signal Type/
Where Used
Analog I/O & PTC
Belden Wire Type(s)
(or equivalent)
8760/9460
Remote Pot
Encoder/Pulse I/O
<30 m (100 ft.)
Encoder/Pulse I/O
30 to 152 m
(100 to 500 ft.)
8770
Combined: 9730 (1)
Signal:
Power:
Combined:
Encoder/Pulse I/O Signal:
152 to 259 m
Power:
(500 to 850 ft.)
Combined:
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
9730/9728 (1)
8790 (2)
9892 (3)
9730/9728 (1)
8790 (2)
9773/9774 (4)
Description
0.750 mm2 (18AWG), twisted pair, 100%
shield with drain (5)
0.750 mm2 (18AWG), 3 cond., shielded
0.196 mm2 (24AWG), individually
shielded
0.196 mm2 (24AWG), indiv. shielded
0.750 mm2 (18AWG)
0.330 mm2 or 0.500 mm2 (3)
0.196 mm2 (24AWG), indiv. shielded
0.750 mm2 (18AWG)
0.750 mm2 (18AWG), indiv. shielded pair
Min. Insulation
Rating
300V,
75-90° C
(167-194° F)
9730 is 3 individually shielded pairs (2 channel + power). If 3 channel is required, use 9728.
8790 is 1 shielded pair.
9892 is 3 individually shielded pairs (3 channel), 0.33 mm2 (22 AWG) + 1 shielded pair 0.5 mm2 (20
AWG) for power.
9773 is 3 individually shielded pairs (2 channel + power). If 3 channel is required, use 9774.
If the wires are short and contained within a cabinet which has no sensitive circuits, the use of shielded
wire may not be necessary, but is always recommended.
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Table 1.G Recommended Control Wire for Digital I/O
Type
Wire Type(s)
Unshielded Per US NEC or applicable national
or local code
Shielded
Multi-conductor shielded cable
such as Belden 8770(or equiv.)
Minimum
Insulation Rating
300V,
60 degrees C
(140 degrees F)
Description
–
0.750 mm2 (18AWG), 3
conductor, shielded.
The I/O Control Cassette
Figure 1.6 shows the I/O Control Cassette and terminal block locations.
The cassette provides a mounting point for the various PowerFlex 700
I/O options. To remove the cassette, follow the steps below. Cassette
removal will be similar for all frames (Frame 0 drive shown).
Step
C
Description
Disconnect the two cable connectors shown in Figure 1.6.
Loosen the two screw latches shown in Figure 1.6.
Slide the cassette out.
D
Remove screws securing cassette cover to gain access to the boards.
A
B
Figure 1.6 PowerFlex 700 Typical Cassette & I/O Terminal Blocks
➌
C
➋
B
B
Pin 1
➊
A
D
Detail
1
BR 2
BR
PE
DC
DC- +
=
U/T
V/T 1
W/ 2
R/L T3
L2 1
I/O Terminal Blocks
Table 1.H I/O Terminal Block Specifications
No. Name
➊ I/O Cassette
➋
➌
(1)
I/O Terminal
Block
Encoder
Terminal Block
Wire Size Range (1)
Maximum Minimum
Description
Removable I/O Cassette
Signal & control
connections
Encoder power & signal
connections
2.1 mm2
(14 AWG)
0.75 mm2
(18 AWG)
0.30 mm2
(22 AWG)
0.196 mm2
(24 AWG)
Torque
Maximum Recommended
0.6 N-m
(5.2 lb.-in.)
0.6 N-m
(5.2 lb.-in.)
Maximum/minimum that the terminal block will accept - these are not recommendations.
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(5.2 lb.-in.)
0.6 N-m
(5.2 lb.-in.)
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1
16
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
32
Signal
Analog In 1 (–) (1)
Analog In 1 (+) (1)
Analog In 2 (–) (1)
Analog In 2 (+) (1)
5
6
7
8
9
10
Pot Common
Analog Out 1 (–)
Analog Out 1 (+)
Analog Out 2 (–)
Analog Out 2 (+)
HW PTC Input 1
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
Digital Out 1 – N.C. (4)
Digital Out 1 Common
Digital Out 1 – N.O. (4)
Digital Out 2 – N.C. (4)
Digital Out 2/3 Com.
Digital Out 3 – N.O. (4)
Current In Jumper (1) –
Analog In 1
(2)
–
(2)
–
Fault
NOT Fault
NOT Run
Run
1.8k ohm PTC, Internal 3.32k ohm pull-up
resistor
Max. Resistive Load:
240V AC/30V DC – 1200VA, 150W
Max. Current: 5A, Min. Load: 10 mA
Max. Inductive Load:
240V AC/30V DC – 840VA, 105W
Max. Current: 3.5A, Min. Load: 10 mA
320 327
340 347
238
259
380 391
Placing a jumper across terminals 17 &
18 (or 19 & 20) will configure that analog
input for current.
Current In Jumper (1) –
Analog In 2
–10V Pot Reference
+10V Pot Reference
HW PTC Input 2
+24VDC (5)
Digital In Common
24V Common (5)
Digital In 1 (6)
Digital In 2 (6)
Digital In 3(6)
Digital In 4(6)
Digital In 5(6)
Digital In 6/Hardware
Enable(6), see pg. 1-21
Description
Isolated (3), bipolar, differential, ±10V/0-20
mA, 11 bit & sign. For 0-20 mA, a jumper
must be installed at terminals 17 & 18 (or
19 & 20). 88k ohm input impedance when
configured for volt. & 95.3 ohm for current
For (+) and (–) 10V pot references.
Single-ended bipolar (current output is
not bipolar), ±10V/0-20mA, 11 bit & sign,
Voltage mode - limit current to 5 mA.
Current mode - max. load is 400 ohms.
Related
Param.
No.
1
2
3
4
Factory
Default
Figure 1.7 I/O Terminal Designations
–
–
–
–
–
–
Stop - CF
Start
Auto/Man.
Speed Sel 1
Speed Sel 2
Speed Sel 3
2k ohm minimum load.
See above
Drive supplied logic input power. (5)
Common for internal power supply.
361 115V AC, 50/60 Hz - Opto isolated
366
Low State: less than 30V AC
High State: greater than 100V AC, 5.7 mA
24V DC - Opto isolated
Low State: less than 5V DC
High State: greater than 20V DC, 10 mA
DC Digital Input Impedance: 21k ohm
Important: 0-20mA operation requires a jumper at terminals 17 & 18 (or 19 & 20). Drive damage may
occur if jumper is not installed.
These inputs/outputs are dependant on a number of parameters (see “Related Parameters”).
Differential Isolation - External source must be maintained at less than 160V with respect to PE. Input
provides high common mode immunity.
Contacts in unpowered state. Any relay programmed as Fault or Alarm will energize (pick up) when power
is applied to drive and deenergize (drop out) when a fault or alarm exists. Relays selected for other
functions will energize only when that condition exists and will deenergize when condition is removed.
150 mA maximum Load. Not present on 115V versions.
A 10k ohm, 2 watt burden resistor must be installed on each digital input when using a triac type device.
The resistor is installed between each digital input and neutral /common.
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Encoder Terminal Block
Table 1.I Encoder Terminal Designations
See “Detail” in
Figure 1.6
8
1
(1)
(2)
No.
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Description (refer to page A-4 for encoder specifications)
+12V (1) DC Power
Internal power source
+12V (1) DC Return (Common) 250 mA.
Encoder Z (NOT)
Pulse, marker or registration
input. (2)
Encoder Z
Encoder B (NOT)
Encoder B
Encoder A (NOT)
Encoder A
Quadrature B input.
Single channel or
quadrature A input.
Jumper selectable +5/12V is available on 20B-ENC-1 Encoder Boards.
Z channel can be used as a pulse input while A & B are used for encoder.
Figure 1.8 Encoder Board Jumper Settings
+12V
1
+12V
+12V
12 11
2
1
2
3
J3
1
2
3
J3
1
2
3
1
2
3
+5V
12 11
2
+5V
+5V
1
Output
Config.
J2
J3
+12V
+5VREF
1
2
3
Intput
Config.
J3
+12V
1
2
3
+5VREF
J2
2
12 11
1
5/12V
(20B-ENC-2)
5/12V
(20B-ENC-1, Series B)
Figure 1.9 Sample Encoder Wiring
(1)
3
(1)
B
2
A NOT
1
A
Connection Example
Encoder
Signal –
Differential,
Dual
Channel
SHLD connection is on drive chassis (see Figure 1.3 on page 1-11).
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Encoder
Power –
External
Power
Source
Common
I/O
Connection Example
+12V DC
Encoder
(250 mA)
8
Power –
7
Common
(1)Internal
6
5
Drive Power
to SHLD
4
Internal (drive) 3
2
12V DC,
1
250mA
to Power Supply
Encoder
8
Common
7
Signal –
to SHLD
Z NOT
Single-Ended, 65
Z
B
NOT
Dual Channel 4
to
SHLD (1)
External
Power
Supply
to SHLD (1)
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Z NOT
Z
B NOT
B
A NOT
A
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Hardware Enable Circuitry (Vector Control Option Only)
By default, the user can program a digital input as an Enable input. The
status of this input is interpreted by drive software. If the application
requires the drive to be disabled without software interpretation, a
“dedicated” hardware enable configuration can be utilized. This is done
by removing a jumper and wiring the enable input to “Digital In 6.”
J10
ENABLE
JUMPER
1. Remove the I/O Control Cassette &
cover as described on page 1-18.
2. Locate & remove Jumper J10 on the
Main Control Board (see diagram).
3. Re-assemble cassette.
4. Wire Enable to “Digital In 6” (see
Figure 1.7).
5. Verify that [Digital In6 Sel], parameter
366 is set to “1, Enable.”
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I/O Wiring Examples
Input/Output
Potentiometer
Unipolar Speed
Reference (1)
10k Ohm Pot.
Recommended
(2k Ohm Minimum)
Joystick Bipolar
Speed Reference (1)
±10V Input
Connection Example
3
4
5
22
• Set Direction Mode:
Parameter 190 = “1, Bipolar”
• Adjust Scaling:
Parameters 91/92 and 325/326
• View Results:
Parameter 002
3
5
21
22
Analog Input
Bipolar Speed
Reference
±10V Input
+
• Configure Input with parameter 320
• Adjust Scaling:
Parameters 91/92 and 325/326
• View results:
Parameter 002
3
4
Common
+
Analog Current
Input Unipolar
Speed Reference
0-20 mA Input
• Set Direction Mode:
Parameter 190 = “1, Bipolar”
• Adjust Scaling:
Parameters 91/92 and 325/326
• View Results:
Parameter 002
3
4
Common
Analog Voltage
Input Unipolar
Speed Reference
0 to +10V Input
Analog Input, PTC
PTC OT set > 5V
PTC OT cleared < 4V
PTC Short < 0.2V
Required Parameter Changes
• Adjust Scaling:
Parameters 91/92 and 325/326
• View Results:
Parameter 002
3
4
Common
+
Ferrite
Bead
19
20
1
2
1.8k
PTC
5
22
• Configure Input for Current:
Parameter 320 and add jumper at
appropriate terminals
• Adjust Scaling:
Parameters 91/92 and 325/326
• View results:
Parameter 002
• Set Fault Config 1:
Parameter 238, bit 7 = “Enabled”
• Set Alarm Config 1:
Parameter 259, bit 11 = “Enabled”
• View Status Drive Alarm 1:
Parameter 211, bit 11 = “True”
3.32k
Ohm
HW PTC Input
PTC OT set > 5V
PTC OT cleared < 4V
PTC Short < 0.2V
(1)
Ferrite
Bead
23
1.8k
PTC
10
• Set Fault Config 1:
Parameter 238, bit 13 = “Enabled”
• Set Alarm Config 1:
Parameter 259, bit 18 = “Enabled”
• View Status: Drive Alarm 1:
Parameter 211, bit 18 = “True”
Refer to the Attention statement on page 1-17 for important bipolar wiring information.
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I/O Wiring Examples (continued)
Input/Output
Analog Output
±10V, 0-20 mA Bipolar
+10V Unipolar (shown)
Connection Example
+
Required Parameter Changes
• Configure with Parameter 340
• Select Source Value:
Parameter 380, [Digital Out1 Sel]
• Adjust Scaling:
Parameters 343/344
–
2-Wire Control
Non-Reversing(1)
24V DC internal supply
24
25
26
28
Stop-Run
2-Wire Control
Reversing(1)
External supply
(I/O Board dependent)
115V/
+24V
Neutral/
Common
25
27
28
Run Fwd.
Run Rev.
3-Wire Control
Internal supply
24
25
26
27
28
• Disable Digital Input:#1:
Parameter 361 = “0, Unused”
• Set Digital Input #2:
Parameter 362 = “7, Run”
• Set Direction Mode:
Parameter 190 = “0, Unipolar”
• Set Digital Input:#1:
Parameter 361 = “8, Run
Forward”
• Set Digital Input #2:
Parameter 362 = “9, Run
Reverse”
• No Changes Required
Stop
Start
3-Wire Control
External supply
(I/O Board dependent).
Requires 3-wire functions
only ([Digital In1 Sel]). Using
2-wire selections will cause
a type 2 alarm (page 4-10).
Neutral/
Common
25
27
28
Stop
Start
Digital Input
PLC Output Card (Board
dependent).
Digital Output
Relays (two at terminals
14-16) shown in powered
state with drive faulted. See
pages 1-19.
.
• No Changes Required
115V/
+24V
Neutral/
Common
25
• No Changes Required
10k Ohm, 2 Watt
27
28
Control from
Prog. Controller
• Select Source to Activate:
Parameters 380/384
Power Source
or
11
12
13
14
15
16
Fault
NOT Fault
NOT Run
Run
• Configure with parameter 366
For dedicated hardware Enable:
Remove Jumper J10 (see 1-21)
Enable Input
32
(1)
Important: Programming inputs for 2 wire control deactivates all HIM Start buttons unless parameter 192,
[Save HIM Ref], bit 1 [Manual Mode] = “1.” This will allow HIM to control Start and Jog.
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Reference Control
“Auto” Speed Sources
The drive speed command can be obtained from a number of different
sources. The source is determined by drive programming and the
condition of the Speed Select digital inputs, Auto/Manual digital inputs
or reference select bits of a command word.
The default source for a command reference (all speed select inputs open
or not programmed) is the selection programmed in [Speed Ref A Sel].
If any of the speed select inputs are closed, the drive will use other
parameters as the speed command source.
“Manual” Speed Sources
The manual source for speed command to the drive is either the HIM
requesting manual control (see ALT Functions on page B-2) or the
control terminal block (analog input) if a digital input is programmed to
“Auto/Manual.”
Changing Speed Sources
The selection of the active Speed Reference can be made through digital
inputs, DPI command, jog button or Auto/Manual HIM operation.
Figure 1.10 Speed Reference Selection Chart(1)
= Default
Auto Speed Ref Options
Trim
[Digital Inx Select]:
Speed Sel 3 2 1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
Speed Ref A Sel, Parameter 090
Speed Ref B Sel, Parameter 093
Preset Speed 2, Parameter 102
Preset Speed 3, Parameter 103
Preset Speed 4, Parameter 104
Preset Speed 5, Parameter 105
Preset Speed 6, Parameter 106
Preset Speed 7, Parameter 107
DPI Port Ref 1-6, See Parameter 209
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
PI Exclusive Mode
[PI Configuration]:
Bit 0, Excl Mode = 0
Auto
Speed Adders
PI Output
Slip Compensation
None
Mod Functions
(Skip, Clamp,
Direction, etc.)
Commanded
Frequency
DPI Command
Man
Digital Input
Jog Command
Pure Reference
to follower drive for
Frequency Reference
Min/Max Speed
Manual Speed Ref Options
HIM Requesting Auto/Manual
TB Man Ref Sel, Parameter 096
Jog Speed, Parameter 100
Drive Ref Rslt
Acc/Dec Ramp
and
S Curve
Post Ramp
to follower drive for
Frequency Reference
[Speed Mode]:
2 "Process Pi"
1 "Slip Comp"
0 "Open Loop"
Output Frequency
Torque Reference Source
The torque reference is normally supplied by an analog input or network
reference. Switching between available sources while the drive is
running is not available. Digital inputs programmed as “Speed Sel 1,2,3”
and the HIM Auto/Manual function (see above) do not affect the active
torque reference when the drive is in Vector Control Mode.
(1)
To access Preset Speed 1, set parameter 090 or 093 to “Preset Speed 1.”
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Auto/Manual Examples
PLC = Auto, HIM = Manual
A process is run by a PLC when in Auto mode and requires manual
control from the HIM during set-up. The Auto speed reference is issued
by the PLC through a communications module installed in the drive.
Since the internal communications is designated as Port 5, [Speed Ref A
Sel] is set to “DPI Port 5” with the drive running from the Auto source.
Attain Manual Control
• Press ALT then Auto/Man on the HIM. When the HIM attains
manual control, the drive speed command comes from the HIM
speed control keys.
Release to Auto Control
• Press ALT then Auto/Man on the HIM again. When the HIM
releases manual control, the drive speed command returns to the
PLC.
PLC = Auto, Terminal Block = Manual
A process is run by a PLC when in Auto mode and requires manual
control from an analog potentiometer wired to the drive terminal block.
The auto speed reference is issued by the PLC through a
communications module installed in the drive. Since the internal
communications is designated as Port 5, [Speed Ref A Sel] is set to “DPI
Port 5” with the drive running from the Auto source. Since the Manual
speed reference is issued by an analog input (“Analog In 1 or 2”), [TB
Man Ref Sel] is set to the same input. To switch between Auto and
Manual, [Digital In4 Sel] is set to “Auto/ Manual”.
Attain Manual Control
• Close the digital input.
With the input closed, the speed command comes from the pot.
Release to Auto Control
• Open the digital input.
With the input open, the speed command returns to the PLC.
Auto/Manual Notes
1. Manual control is exclusive. If a HIM or Terminal Block takes
manual control, no other device can take manual control until the
controlling device releases manual control.
2. If a HIM has manual control and power is removed from the drive,
the drive will return to Auto mode when power is reapplied.
3. [Save HIM Ref], parameter 192 can enable manual mode to allow
starts and jogs from the HIM in 2-wire mode.
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Lifting/Torque Proving
For Lifting/Torque Proving details, refer to page C-4.
Using PowerFlex Drives with Regenerative Units
If a Regenerative unit (i.e. 1336 REGEN) is used as a bus supply or
brake, the common mode capacitors should be disconnected as described
in Table 1.E.
Connections to the 1336 REGEN
Regen Brake Mode
Frame(s)
0-4
5-6
Terminals
1336 REGEN
DC+
DC–
DC+
DC–
PowerFlex 700
BR1
DC–
DC+
DC–
Regenerative Bus Supply Mode
Frame(s)
0-4
5-6
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1336 REGEN
DC+
DC–
DC+
DC–
PowerFlex 700
DC+
DC–
DC+ of Common Bus Drives
DC– of Common Bus Drives
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Common Bus/Precharge Notes
The following notes must be read and understood. Also refer to pages
1-8 through 1-12 for additional common bus information.
Important Application Notes
1. If drives without internal precharge are used (Frames 5 & 6 only),
then:
a) precharge capability must be provided in the system to guard
against possible damage, and
b) disconnect switches Must Not be used between the input of the
drive and a common DC bus without the use of an external
precharge device.
2. If drives with internal precharge (Frames 0-6) are used with a
disconnect switch to the common bus, then:
a) an auxiliary contact on the disconnect must be connected to a
digital input of the drive. The corresponding input (parameter
361-366) must be set to “30, Precharge Enable.” This provides
the proper precharge interlock, guarding against possible damage
to the drive when connected to a common DC bus.
b) the drive must have firmware version 2.002 or above.
EMC Instructions
CE Conformity
Conformity with the Low Voltage (LV) Directive and Electromagnetic
Compatibility (EMC) Directive has been demonstrated using
harmonized European Norm (EN) standards published in the Official
Journal of the European Communities. PowerFlex Drives(1) comply with
the EN standards listed below when installed according to this User
Manual and the Wiring & Grounding Guidelines Manual.
CE Declarations of Conformity are available online at:
http://www.ab.com/certification/ce/docs.
Low Voltage Directive (73/23/EEC)
•
EN50178 Electronic equipment for use in power installations.
EMC Directive (89/336/EEC)
•
EN61800-3 Adjustable speed electrical power drive systems Part 3:
EMC product standard including specific test methods.
(1)
600V class drives below 77A (Frames 0-4) are declared to meet the essential requirements
of the Low Voltage Directive. It is the responsibility of the user to determine compliance to
the EMC directive.
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General Notes
•
If the adhesive label is removed from the top of the drive, the drive
must be installed in an enclosure with side openings less than 12.5
mm (0.5 in.) and top openings less than 1.0 mm (0.04 in.) to maintain
compliance with the LV Directive.
•
The motor cable should be kept as short as possible in order to avoid
electromagnetic emission as well as capacitive currents.
•
Use of line filters in ungrounded systems is not recommended.
•
PowerFlex drives may cause radio frequency interference if used in a
residential or domestic environment. The installer is required to take
measures to prevent interference, in addition to the essential
requirements for CE compliance provided in this section, if
necessary.
•
Conformity of the drive with CE EMC requirements does not
guarantee an entire machine or installation complies with CE EMC
requirements. Many factors can influence total machine/installation
compliance.
•
PowerFlex drives generate conducted low frequency disturbances
(harmonic emissions) on the AC supply system.
•
When operated on a public supply system, it is the responsibility of
the installer or user to ensure, by consultation with the distribution
network operator and Rockwell Automation, if necessary, that
applicable requirements have been met.
Essential Requirements for CE Compliance
Conditions 1-6 listed below must be satisfied for PowerFlex drives to
meet the requirements of EN61800-3.
1. Standard PowerFlex 700 CE compatible Drive.
2. Review important precautions/attention statements throughout this
manual before installing the drive.
3. Grounding as described on page 1-4.
4. Output power, control (I/O) and signal wiring must be braided,
shielded cable with a coverage of 75% or better, metal conduit, or
equivalent attenuation.
5. All shielded cables should terminate with the proper shielded
connector.
6. Conditions in Table 1.J.
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Table 1.J PowerFlex 700 EN61800-3 EMC Compatibility
0-6
(1)
Second Environment (Industrial)
Any Drive and Option
(1)
First Environment Restricted Distribution (1)
Any Drive and Option
Motor cable limited to 30 m (98 ft.) for
installations without additional external
line filters
Filter may be required for motor cable lengths
greater than 150 m (492 ft.)
External filters for First Environment installations and increasing motor cable lengths in Second
Environment installations are available. Roxburgh models KMFA (RF3 for UL installations) and MIF or
Schaffner FN3258 and FN258 models are recommended. Refer to Table 1.K and http://
www.deltron-emcon.com and http://www.mtecorp.com (USA) or http://www.schaffner.com,
respectively.
Table 1.K PowerFlex 700 Recommended Filters
Manufacturer
Part
Manufacturer Frame
Number (1)
Deltron
0
KMF318A
1
KMF325A
2
KMF350A
2 w/o DC CM KMF350A
Capacitor
3
KMF370A
3 w/o DC CM KMF370A
Capacitor
Schaffner
0
FN3258-16-45
1
FN3258-30-47
2
FN3258-42-47
2 w/o DC CM FN3258-42-47
Capacitor
3
FN3258-75-52
3 w/o DC CM FN3258-75-52
Capacitor
(1)
Class
A
(Meters)
–
–
200
176
B
(Meters)
100
150
150
150
Manufacturer
Part
Number (1)
MIF316
–
–
–
Class
A
(Meters)
–
–
–
–
B
(Meters)
150
–
–
–
150
150
100
100
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
50
150
150
150
50
150
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
100
150
100
150
–
–
–
–
–
–
Use of these filters assumes that the drive is mounted in an EMC enclosure.
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Start Up
This chapter describes how you start up the PowerFlex 700 Drive. Refer
to Appendix B for a brief description of the LCD HIM (Human Interface
Module).
For information on . . .
Prepare For Drive Start-Up
Status Indicators
Start-Up Routines
Running S.M.A.R.T. Start
Running an Assisted Start Up
!
See page . . .
2-1
2-2
2-3
2-5
2-5
ATTENTION: Power must be applied to the drive to perform the
following start-up procedure. Some of the voltages present are at
incoming line potential. To avoid electric shock hazard or damage to
equipment, only qualified service personnel should perform the
following procedure. Thoroughly read and understand the procedure
before beginning. If an event does not occur while performing this
procedure, Do Not Proceed. Remove Power including user supplied
control voltages. User supplied voltages may exist even when main AC
power is not applied to then drive. Correct the malfunction before
continuing.
Prepare For Drive Start-Up
Before Applying Power to the Drive
❏ 1. Confirm that all inputs are connected to the correct terminals and are
secure.
❏ 2. Verify that AC line power at the disconnect device is within the rated
value of the drive.
❏ 3. Verify that control power voltage is correct.
The remainder of this procedure requires that a HIM be installed. If
an operator interface is not available, remote devices should be used
to start up the drive.
Important: When power is first applied, the HIM may require
approximately 5 seconds until commands are
recognized (including the Stop key).
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Applying Power to the Drive
❏ 4. Apply AC power and control voltages to the drive.
If any of the six digital inputs are configured to “Stop – CF”
(CF = Clear Fault) or “Enable,” verify that signals are present or
reconfigure [Digital Inx Sel]. If an I/O option is not installed (i.e. no
I/O terminal block), verify that [Digital Inx Sel] is not configured to
“Stop – CF” or “Enable.” If this is not done, the drive will not start.
Refer to Alarm Descriptions on page 4-10 for a list of potential
digital input conflicts. If a fault code appears, refer to Chapter 4.
If the STS LED is not flashing green at this point, refer to Status
Indicators below.
❏ 5. Proceed to Start-Up Routines.
Status Indicators
Figure 2.1 Drive Status Indicators
POWER
➊
POWER
STS
STS
Frames
0&1
Lang
Auto / Man
7
8
9
4
5
6
1
2
.
0
S.M.A.R.T.
Exit
Esc
Sel
Alt
Exp
Remove
➋
Jog
3
+/-
S.M.A.R.T.
Exit
Esc
Sel
8
4
5
1
2
.
0
Alt
Exp
Param #
Lang
7
PORT
PORT
MOD
MOD
NET A
NET A
NET B
NET B
Auto / Man Remove
9
6
Jog
3
+/Param #
➌
CAUTION
HOT surfaces can cause severe burns
#
➊
➋
Name Color
PWR
Green
(Power)
STS
Green
(Status)
➌ PORT
MOD
NET A
NET B
State
Steady
Flashing
Steady
Flashing,
Yellow
Drive Stopped
See page
4-10
Flashing,
Drive Running
Steady,
Drive Running
Red
Flashing
See page 4-4 Steady
Refer to the Communication
Adapter User Manual.
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CAUTION
HOT surfaces can cause severe burns
Description
Illuminates when power is applied to the drive.
Drive ready, but not running and no faults are present.
Drive running, no faults are present.
A start inhibit condition exists, the drive cannot be
started. Check parameter 214 [Start Inhibits].
An intermittent type 1 alarm condition is occurring.
Check parameter 211 [Drive Alarm 1].
A continuous type 1 alarm condition exists.
Check parameter 211 [Drive Alarm 1].
Fault has occurred. Check [Fault x Code] or Fault Queue.
A non-resettable fault has occurred.
Status of DPI port internal communications (if present).
Status of communications module (when installed).
Status of network (if connected).
Status of secondary network (if connected).
Start Up
2-3
Start-Up Routines
The PowerFlex 700 start up routines allow the user to commission the
drive more quickly and accurately. If you have an LCD HIM, two
methods are provided.
•
S.M.A.R.T. Start
This routine is accessible by using the “ALT” function key on the
LCD HIM. This keystroke brings up a list of parameters needed to
program the eight most commonly adjusted drive functions. These
include Start, Stop, Minimum Speed, Maximum Speed, Acceleration
Time, Deceleration Time, Reference source (speed command) and
Electronic Overload setting for the motor. No knowledge of
parameter organization or access is required. S.M.A.R.T. Start can
commission the drive in just a few minutes. See page 2-5.
•
Assisted Start Up
Three levels of Assisted Start Up (Basic, Detailed and Application)
aid the user in commissioning the drive asking simple Yes/No or
“Enter Data” questions. The user is guided through the Start Up to
reduce the amount of time necessary to get the drive “up and
running.” The following are included in startup:
– Input Voltage Ratings
– Motor Data
– Motor Tests & Auto-tuning
– Speed/Torque Control & Direction Limits
– Speed Reference
– Start & Stop Modes
– Ramp Setup
– Digital and Analog I/O
– Application Set-up (TorqProve, Oil Well Pumps, Positioning/
Speed Profiling)
See page 2-5 for details.
Important Information
Power must be applied to the drive when viewing or changing
parameters. Previous programming may affect the drive status and
operation when power is applied. If the I/O Cassette has been changed, a
Reset Defaults operation must be performed.
Torque Proving applications can use the Assisted Start Up to tune the
motor. However, it is recommended that the motor be disconnected from
the hoist/crane equipment during the routine. If this is not possible, refer
to the manual tuning procedure on page C-4.
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Start Over
Intro
Well Pump
Type
Selection:
1. SMART
2. Basic
3. Detailed
4. Application
(1)
Pump Data
Enter Pump
Data
Motor Data and
Ramp Times
Enter Motor NP
Data, Stop Mode,
Accel/Decel
Ramp Times
Configure
Control Method
(2 Wire/3 Wire),
I/O, Digital I/O
& Analog Outputs
Start/Stop/I/O
Enter Motor NP
Data, Stop Mode,
Accel/Decel
Ramp Times
Configures
Motor Control
Method
Optimize Torque
and
Verify Direction
Configure
Source, Value
and Scale for
Speed References
Speed/Torque
Control
Motor Tests
(1)
Speed Limits
Torque Alarm
Configure
Source, Value
and Scale for
Speed References
Speed/Torque
Control
Torq Proving
Done /
Exit
Done /
Exit
Done /
Exit
Done /
Exit
Process Display
Torq Proving
Configure for a
Specific Application
such as; Auto Restart,
Flying Start, etc.
Application
Detailed
Pos/Spd Profile
Pos/Spd Profile
Configure
Control Method
(2 Wire/3 Wire),
I/O, Digital I/O
& Analog Outputs
Start/Stop/I/O
Set Min/Max
Speed and
Direction Control
(1)
Configure
Source, Value
and Scale for
Speed References
Speed/Torque
Control
Optimize Torque
and
Verify Direction
Motor Tests
Set Min/Max
Speed and
Direction Control
Speed Limits
Motor Data and
Ramp Times
Optimize Torque
and
Verify Direction
Motor Tests
Motor Control
Select
Enter Motor NP
Data, Stop Mode,
Accel/Decel
Ramp Times
Configures
Motor Control
Method
Selection:
1. Torq Prove
2. Pos/Spd Profile
3. Oil Well Pumps
Motor Data and
Ramp Times
Motor Control
Select
Done /
Exit
During Motor Tests and tuning procedures, the drive may modify certain parameter values for proper Start Up operation. These values are then reset to their original
values when Start Up is complete. The affected parameters are: 053, 080, 276, 278 and 361-366. If power is removed from the drive during the tests without aborting
the auto-tune procedure, these parameters may not be reset to their original value. If this situation occurs, reset the drive to factory defaults and repeat the Start Up
procedure.
Start-Up
Basic
2-4
Start Up
Figure 2.2 Start Up Menu
Start Up
2-5
Running S.M.A.R.T. Start
During a Start Up, the majority of applications require changes to only a
few parameters. The LCD HIM on a PowerFlex 700 drive offers
S.M.A.R.T. start, which displays the most commonly changed
parameters. With these parameters, you can set the following functions:
S - Start Mode and Stop Mode
M - Minimum and Maximum Speed
A - Accel Time 1 and Decel Time 1
R - Reference Source
T - Thermal Motor Overload
To run a S.M.A.R.T. start routine:
Step
Key(s)
1. Press ALT and then Esc (S.M.A.R.T). The
ALT
S.M.A.R.T. start screen appears.
2. View and change parameter values as
desired. For HIM information, see
Appendix B.
3. Press Esc to exit the S.M.A.R.T. start.
Example LCD Displays
Esc
F-> Stopped
Auto
0.0 Hz
SMART List:
Esc
Main
Menu:In2 Sel
Digital
Diagnostics
Stop Mode A
Minimum Speed
Parameter
Running an Assisted Start Up
Important: This start-up routine requires an LCD HIM.
The Assisted start-up routine asks simple yes/no or “enter data”
questions. Access Assisted Start Up by selecting “Start Up” from the
Main Menu.
To perform an Assisted Start-Up
Step
1. In the Main Menu, press the Up Arrow or
Down Arrow to scroll to “Start Up”.
2. Press Enter.
Key(s)
Example LCD Displays
F-> Stopped
Auto
0.0 Hz
Main Menu:
Memory Storage
Start Up
Preferences
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Programming and Parameters
Chapter 3 provides a complete listing and description of the PowerFlex
700 parameters. The parameters can be programmed (viewed/edited)
using an LCD HIM (Human Interface Module). As an alternative,
programming can also be performed using DriveExplorer™ or
DriveExecutive™ software and a personal computer. Refer to Appendix
B for a brief description of the LCD HIM.
For information on . . .
About Parameters
How Parameters are Organized
Monitor File
Motor Control File
Speed Command File
Dynamic Control File
Utility File
Communication File
Inputs & Outputs File
Applications File
Pos/Spd Profile File
Parameter Cross Reference – by Name
Parameter Cross Reference – by Number
See page . . .
3-1
3-3
3-7
3-9
3-16
3-26
3-33
3-46
3-51
3-59
3-65
3-72
3-75
About Parameters
To configure a drive to operate in a specific way, drive parameters may
have to be set. Three types of parameters exist:
•
ENUM Parameters
ENUM parameters allow a selection from 2 or more items. The LCD
HIM will display a text message for each item.
•
Bit Parameters
Bit parameters have individual bits associated with features or
conditions. If the bit is 0, the feature is off or the condition is false. If
the bit is 1, the feature is on or the condition is true.
•
Numeric Parameters
These parameters have a single numerical value (i.e. 0.1 Volts).
The example on the following page shows how each parameter type is
presented in this manual.
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No.
Group
File
➊➋➌➍
➎
Parameter Name & Description
Values
Default:
Loads a previously saved set of
parameter values from a selected user
set location in drive nonvolatile memory
to active drive memory.
Options:
216 [Dig In Status]
0
“Ready”
0
“Ready”
1
“User Set 1”
2
“User Set 2”
3
“User Set 3”
Read Only
199
361
thru
366
Dig
i
Dig tal In
6
i
Dig tal In
ita 5
Dig l In
it 4
Dig al In
3
i
Dig tal In
ita 2
l In
1
Status of the digital inputs.
Diagnostics
UTILITY
Drive . . .
198 [Load Frm Usr Set]
➏
Related
3-2
x x x x x x x x x x 0 0 0 0 0 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
1 = Input Present
0 = Input Not Present
x = Reserved
No.
➊
➋
➌
Torq . . .
MOTOR . . .
Bit #
434 [Torque Ref B Mult]
Default:
1.0
053
FV Defines the value of the multiplier for the Min/Max: –/+32767.0
[Torque Ref B Sel] selection.
Units:
0.1
Description
File – Lists the major parameter file category.
Group – Lists the parameter group within a file.
No. – Parameter number. Note that all parameters in the PowerFlex 700VC are 32 bit.
= Parameter value cannot be changed until drive is stopped.
➍
➎
➏
FV = Parameter only displayed when [Motor Cntl Sel] is set to “4.”
Parameter Name & Description – Parameter name as it appears on an LCD HIM, with a brief
description of the parameter’s function.
Values – Defines the various operating characteristics of the parameter. Three types exist.
ENUM Default:
Lists the value assigned at the factory. “Read Only” = no default.
Options:
Displays the programming selections available.
Bit
Bit:
Lists the bit place holder and definition for each bit.
Numeric Default:
Lists the value assigned at the factory. “Read Only” = no default.
Min/Max:
The range (lowest and highest setting) possible for the parameter.
Units:
Unit of measure and resolution as shown on the LCD HIM.
Important: Some parameters will have two unit values:
• Analog inputs can be set for current or voltage with [Anlg In Config], param. 320.
• Setting [Speed Units], parameter 79 selects Hz or RPM.
Important: When sending values through DPI ports, simply remove the decimal
point to arrive at the correct value (i.e. to send “5.00 Hz,” use “500”).
Related – Lists parameters (if any) that interact with the selected parameter. The symbol “ ”
indicates that additional parameter information is available in Appendix C.
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How Parameters are Organized
The LCD HIM displays parameters in a File-Group-Parameter or
Numbered List view order. To switch display mode, access the Main
Menu, press ALT, then Sel while cursor is on the parameter selection. In
addition, using [Param Access Lvl], the user has the option to display the
full parameter set (Advanced), commonly used parameters (Basic) or
diagnostic/advanced tuning parameters (Reserved).
To simplify programming, the displayed parameters will change
according to the selection made with [Motor Cntl Sel]. For example, if
“FVC Vector” is selected, the parameters associated solely with other
operations such as Volts per Hertz or Sensorless Vector will be hidden.
Refer to pages 3-4 and 3-5.
File-Group-Parameter Order
This simplifies programming by grouping parameters that are used for
similar functions. The parameters are organized into files. Each file is
divided into groups, and each parameter is an element in a group. By
default, the LCD HIM displays parameters by File-Group-Parameter
view.
Numbered List View
All parameters are in numerical order.
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Basic Parameter View
Parameter 196 [Param Access Lvl] set to option 0 “Basic.”
File
Group
Parameters
Monitor
Metering
Output Freq
001
Commanded Speed002
Commanded Torque**024
Output Current
003
Torque Current
004
DC Bus Voltage 012
Motor Data
Motor NP Volts
Motor NP FLA
Motor NP Hertz
041
042
043
Motor NP RPM
044
Motor NP Power 045
Mtr NP Pwr Units 046
Motor OL Hertz
Motor Poles
Torq Attributes
Motor Cntl Sel
Maximum Voltage
Maximum Freq
Autotune
053
054
055
061
Autotune Torque**
Inertia Autotune**
Torque Ref A Sel**
Torque Ref A Hi**
066
067
427
428
Torque Ref A Lo** 429
Pos Torque Limit** 436
Neg Torque Limit** 437
Speed
Feedback
Motor Fdbk Type
412
Encoder PPR
413
Spd Mode &
Limits
Speed Units
Feedback Select
079
080
Minimum Speed
Maximum Speed
081
082
Rev Speed Limit** 454
Speed
References
Speed Ref A Sel
Speed Ref A Hi
Speed Ref A Lo
Speed Ref B Sel
090
091
092
093
Speed Ref B Hi
Speed Ref B Lo
TB Man Ref Sel
TB Man Ref Hi
094
095
096
097
TB Man Ref Lo
Pulse Input Ref
098
099
Discrete
Speeds
Jog Speed 1
100
Jog Speed 2
Preset Speed 1-7 101-107
108
Ramp Rates
Accel Time 1
Accel Time 2
Decel Time 1
Decel Time 2
142
143
S-Curve %
146
Load Limits
Current Lmt Sel
147
Current Lmt Val
148
Stop/Brake
Modes
Stop/Brk Mode A
Stop/Brk Mode B
155
156
DC Brk Lvl Sel
DC Brake Level
DC Brake Time
157
158
159
Restart Modes
Start At PowerUp 168
Auto Rstrt Tries
174
Power Loss
Power Loss Mode 184
Power Loss Time 185
Power Loss Level 186
Monit
or
Motor Control
Motor
Contr
ol
Speed
Command
Speed
Comm
and
Dynamic
Control
Dynami
c Contr
ol
Utility
Utility
Inputs &
Outputs
Inputs
&
140
141
047
049
Outpu
ts
Direction Config Direction Mode
Bus Reg Mode A 161
Bus Reg Mode B 162
DB Resistor Type 163
Auto Rstrt Delay
175
190
Drive Memory
Param Access Lvl 196
Reset To Defalts 197
Load Frm Usr Set 198
Save To User Set 199
Language
201
Diagnostics
Start Inhibits
214
Dig In Status
216
Dig Out Status
217
Faults
Fault Config 1
238
Alarms
Alarm Config 1
259
Analog Inputs
Anlg In Config
Analog In1 Hi
Analog In1 Lo
320
322
323
Analog In2 Hi
Analog In2 Lo
325
326
Analog Outputs Analog Out1, 2 Sel 342
Analog Out1 Hi
343
Analog Out1, 2 Lo 344
Analog Out1, 2 Sel 345
Digital Inputs
Digital In1-6 Sel
Digital Outputs
Digital Out1-3 Sel 380-388 Dig Out1-3 Level
Analog Out2 Hi
346
Analog Out1, 2 Lo 347
361-366
381-389
** These parameters will only be displayed when parameter 053 [Motor Cntl Sel] is set to option “4.”
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3-5
Advanced Parameter View
Parameter 196 [Param Access Lvl] set to option 1 “Advanced.”
File
Monitor
Group
Metering
Parameters
Output Freq
001
Flux Current
005
DC Bus Memory 013
Commanded Speed002
Output Voltage
006
Analog In1 Value 016
Monit
Ramped
Speed
022
Output
Power
007
Analog In2 Value 017
or
Speed Reference 023
Output Powr Fctr 008
Elapsed kWh
014
Commanded Torque**024
Elapsed MWh
009
PTC HW Value
018
Speed Feedback 025
Elapsed Run Time 010
Spd Fdbk No Filt 021
Output Current
003
MOP Reference 011
Torque Current
004
DC Bus Voltage 012
Rated kW
026
Rated Amps
028
Drive Data
Rated Volts
027
Control SW Ver
029
Motor Type
040
Motor NP RPM
044
Motor OL Factor 048
Motor Control
Motor Data
Motor NP Volts
041
Motor NP Power 045
Motor Poles
049
Motor
Contr
Motor NP FLA
042
Mtr NP Pwr Units 046
ol
Motor NP Hertz
043
Motor OL Hertz
047
053
Flux Current Ref 063
Torque Ref B Hi** 432
Torq Attributes Motor Cntl Sel
Maximum Voltage 054
IXo Voltage Drop 064
Torque Ref B Lo** 433
Maximum Freq
055
Autotune Torque** 066
Torq Ref B Mult** 434
Compensation
056
Inertia Autotune** 067
Torque Setpoint 1** 435
Flux Up Mode
057
Torque Ref A Sel** 427
Torque Setpoint 2** 438
Flux Up Time
058
Torque Ref A Hi** 428
Pos Torque Limit** 436
SV Boost Filter
059
Torque Ref A Lo** 429
Neg Torque Limit** 437
Autotune
061
Torq Ref A Div** 430
Control Status** 440
IR Voltage Drop 062
Torque Ref B Sel** 431
Mtr Tor Cur Ref** 441
Volts per Hertz Start/Acc Boost
069
Break Voltage*
071
Run Boost*
070
Break Frequency* 072
Speed Feedback Motor Fdbk Type 412
Fdbk Filter Sel
416
Marker Pulse
421
Encoder PPR
413
Notch Filter Freq** 419
Pulse In Scale
422
Enc Position Fdbk 414
Notch Filter K**
420
Encoder Z Chan 423
Encoder Speed
415
Speed Units
079
Overspeed Limit 083
Skip Freq Band* 087
Speed
Spd Mode &
Feedback Select 080
Skip Frequency 1* 084
Speed/Torque Mod**088
Command
Limits
Minimum Speed 081
Skip Frequency 2* 085
Rev Speed Limit** 454
Speed
Comm
Maximum Speed 082
Skip Frequency 3* 086
and
Speed Ref A Sel 090
Speed Ref B Hi
094
TB Man Ref Hi
097
Speed
Speed Ref A Hi
091
Speed Ref B Lo 095
TB Man Ref Lo
098
References
Speed Ref A Lo 092
TB Man Ref Sel 096
Pulse Input Ref
099
Speed Ref B Sel 093
Jog Speed 1
100
Preset Speed 1-7 101-107 Jog Speed 2
108
Discrete
Speeds
Trim In Select
117
Trim Hi
119
Trim % Setpoint
116
Speed Trim
Trim Out Select
118
Trim Lo
120
Slip RPM @ FLA 121
Slip Comp Gain* 122
Slip RPM Meter
123
Slip Comp
PI Configuration 124
PI Upper Limit
132
PI Reference Lo 461
Process PI
PI Control
125
PI Preload
133
PI Feedback Hi
462
PI Reference Sel 126
PI Status
134
PI Feedback Lo
463
PI Setpoint
127
PI Ref Meter
135
PI BW Filter
139
PI Feedback Sel 128
PI Fdback Meter 136
PI Deriv Time
459
PI Integral Time 129
PI Error Meter
137
PI Output Gain
464
PI Prop Gain
130
PI Output Meter 138
PI Lower Limit
131
PI Reference Hi
460
Speed Regulator Ki Speed Loop** 445
Kf Speed Loop** 447
Total Inertia**
450
Kp Speed Loop** 446
Speed Desired BW**449
Speed Loop Meter**451
Accel Time 1, 2
140,141 Decel Time 1, 2
142,143 S Curve %
146
Dynamic
Ramp Rates
Control
Current Lmt Sel
147
Drive OL Mode
150
Regen Power Limit**153
Load Limits
Current Lmt Val
148
PWM Frequency 151
Current Rate Limit **154
Dynami
c Contr
ol
Current Lmt Gain 149
Droop RPM @ FLA 152
Stop Mode
155,156 Bus Reg Ki*
160
Bus Reg Kd*
165
Stop/Brake
DC Brk Lvl Sel
157
Bus Reg Mode
161,162 Flux Braking
166
Modes
DC Brake Level
158
DB Resistor Type 163
DB While Stopped 145
DC Brake Time
159
Bus Reg Kp*
164
Auto Rstrt Delay 175
Wake Time
181
Restart Modes Start At PowerUp 168
Flying Start En
169
Sleep-Wake Mode 178
Sleep Level
182
continued on
Flying StartGain 170
Sleep-Wake Ref 179
Sleep Time
183
page 3-6
Auto Rstrt Tries
174
Wake Level
180
Powerup Delay
167
* These parameters will only be displayed when parameter 053 [Motor Cntl Sel] is set to option “2 or 3.”
** These parameters will only be displayed when parameter 053 [Motor Cntl Sel] is set to option “4.”
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File
Dynamic
Control
continued
Utility
Programming and Parameters
Group
Power Loss
Parameters
Power Loss Mode 184
Power Loss Time 185
Power Loss Level 186
190
Direction Config Direction Mode
Save
HIM
Ref
192
HIM
Ref
Config
Utility
Save MOP Ref
194
MOP Config
Drive Memory Param Access Lvl 196
Reset To Defalts 197
Load Frm Usr Set 198
Save To User Set 199
Drive Status 1, 2 209,210
Diagnostics
Drive Alarm 1, 2 211,212
Speed Ref Source 213
Start Inhibits
214
Last Stop Source 215
Dig In Status
216
Fault Config 1
238
Faults
Fault Clear
240
Alarm Config 1
259
Alarms
476,482
Scaled Blocks Scale1, 2 In Val
Scale3, 4 In Val
488,494
Scale1, 2 In Hi
477,483
Scale3, 4 In Hi
489,495
270
Communication Comm Control DPI Baud Rate
Drive Logic Rslt
271
Comm
Drive
Ref
Rslt
272
unica
tion
Logic Mask
276
Masks &
Start Mask
277
Owners
Jog Mask
278
Direction Mask
279
Reference Mask 280
Accel Mask
281
Decel Mask
282
Data In A1-D2
300-307
Datalinks
Port Mask Act
595
Security
Write Mask Cfg
596
Anlg In Config
320
Inputs &
Analog Inputs
Anlg In Sqr Root 321
Outputs
Analog Outputs Anlg Out Config 340
Inputs
& Outpu
ts
Anlg Out Absolut 341
Analog Out1, 2 Sel 342,345
Digital In1-6 Sel 361-366
Digital Inputs
Digital Outputs Digital Out Sel 380,384,388
Dig Out Level 381,385,389
Dig Out OnTime382,386,390
TorqProve Cnfg
600
Applications
Torq Proving
TorqProve Setup 601
Applica
Spd Dev Band
602
tions
SpdBand Integrat 603
Brk Release Time 604
650
Adjust Voltage Adj Volt Phase
Adj Volt Select
651
Adj Volt Ref Hi
652
Adj Volt Ref Lo
653
Adj Volt Preset1-7 654-660
Oil Well Pump Max Rod Torque 631
TorqAlarm Level 632
TorqAlarm Action 633
TorqAlarm Dwell 634
TorqAlrm Timeout 635
TorqAlrm TO Act 636
Pos/Spd Prof Sts 700
Pos/Spd Profile ProfSetup/
Units Traveled
701
Status
Profile
/Indexe
Pos/Spd Prof Cmd 705
r
Encoder Pos Tol 707
Step x Type
Profile Step
Step x Velocity
1-16
Step x AccelTime
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Load Loss Level
Load Loss Time
Shear Pin Time
187
188
189
Man Ref Preload
MOP Rate
Reset Meters
Language
Voltage Class
Drive Checksum
Dig Out Status
Drive Temp
Drive OL Count
Motor OL Count
Fault Speed
Fault Amps
Fault Clear Mode
Power Up Marker
Alarm Clear
Scale1, 2 In Lo
Scale3, 4 In Lo
Scale1, 2 Out Hi
Scale3, 4 Out Hi
Drive Ramp Rslt
DPI Port Sel
DPI Port Value
Fault Clr Mask
MOP Mask
Local Mask
Stop Owner
Start Owner
Jog Owner
Direction Owner
Data Out A1-D2
Write Mask Act
Logic Mask
Analog In1, 2 Hi
Analog In1, 2 Lo
Analog Out1, 2 Hi
Analog Out1, 2 Lo
193
195
200
201
202
203
217
218
219
220
224
225
241
242
261
478,484
490,496
479,485
491,497
273
274
275
283
284
285
288
289
290
291
310-317
597
276
322,325
323,326
343,346
344,347
Dig Out OffTime383,387,391
Dig Out Setpt
379
Dig Out Invert
392
ZeroSpdFloatTime 605
Float Tolerance
606
Brk Set Time
607
TorqLim SlewRate 608
BrkSlip Count
609
Min Adj Voltage
661
Adj Volt Command 662
MOP Adj VoltRate 663
Adj Volt TrimSel
669
Adj Volt Trim Hi
670
PCP Pump Sheave 637
PCP Rod Torque 638
Min Rod Speed
639
Max Rod Speed 640
OilWell Pump Sel 641
Gearbox Rating
642
Counts Per Unit
708
Vel Override
711
Find Home Speed 713
Find Home Ramp 714
Step x DecelTime
Step x Value
Step x Dwell
Gnd Warn Level
177
Dyn UserSet Cnfg 204
Dyn UserSet Sel 205
Dyn UserSet Actv 206
Fault Bus Volts
Status 1,2 @ Fault
Alarm 1,2 @ Fault
Testpoint 1,2 Sel
Testpoint 1,2 Data
Mtr OL Trip Time
Fault 1-8 Code
Fault 1-8 Time
Alarm1-8 Code
Scale1,2 Out Lo
Scale3,4 Out Lo
Scale1,2 Out Val
Scale3,4 Out Val
DPI Ref Select
DPI Fdbk Select
226
227,228
229,230
234,236
235,237
221
243-257
244-258
262-269
480,486
492,488
481,487
493,499
298
299
Reference Owner
Accel Owner
Decel Owner
Fault Clr Owner
MOP Owner
Local Owner
292
293
294
295
296
297
Logic Mask Act
598
Analog In1, 2 Loss 324,327
Anlg Out1,2 Scale 354,355
Anlg1 Out Setpt 377,378
Dig Out Param
Dig Out Mask
393
394
Brk Alarm Travel 610
MicroPos Scale% 611
Torq Prove Sts
612
Adj Volt Trim Lo
Adj Volt Trim %
Adj Volt AccTime
Adj Volt DecTime
Adj Volt S Curve
Gearbox Sheave
Gearbox Ratio
Motor Sheave
Total Gear Ratio
DB Resistor
Gearbox Limit
Pos Reg Filter
Pos Reg Gain
Step x Batch
Step x Next
671
672
675
676
677
643
644
645
646
647
648
718
719
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No.
Group
File
Monitor File
Parameter Name & Description
See page 3-2 for symbol descriptions
001 [Output Freq]
Values
Default:
Read Only
Output frequency present at T1, T2 & T3 Min/Max: –/+[Maximum Freq]
(U, V & W)
Units:
0.1 Hz
Default: Read Only
002 [Commanded Speed]
Value of the active Speed/Frequency
Reference. Displayed in Hz or RPM,
depending on value of [Speed Units].
003 [Output Current]
079
Min/Max: –/+[Maximum Speed]
Units:
0.1 Hz
0.1 RPM
Default: Read Only
The total output current present at T1, T2 Min/Max: 0.0/Drive Rated Amps × 2
& T3 (U, V & W).
Units:
0.1 Amps
Default: Read Only
004 [Torque Current]
Based on the motor, the amount of
current that is in phase with the
fundamental voltage component.
005 [Flux Current]
Min/Max: Drive Rating × –2/+2
Units:
0.1 Amps
Default:
Read Only
Metering
MONITOR
Amount of current that is out of phase
Min/Max: Drive Rating × –2/+2
with the fundamental voltage component. Units:
0.1 Amps
Default: Read Only
006 [Output Voltage]
Output voltage present at terminals T1,
T2 & T3 (U, V & W).
007 [Output Power]
Min/Max: 0.0/Drive Rated Volts
Units:
0.1 VAC
Default: Read Only
Output power present at T1, T2 & T3 (U, Min/Max: 0.0/Drive Rated kW × 2
V & W).
Units:
0.1 kW
Default: Read Only
008 [Output Powr Fctr]
Output power factor.
009 [Elapsed MWh]
Min/Max: 0.00/1.00
Units:
0.01
Default: Read Only
Accumulated output energy of the drive. Min/Max: 0.0/214748352.0 MWh
Units:
0.1 MWh
Default: Read Only
010 [Elapsed Run Time]
Accumulated time drive is outputting
power.
011 [MOP Reference]
Value of the signal at MOP (Motor
Operated Potentiometer).
012 [DC Bus Voltage]
Present DC bus voltage level.
013 [DC Bus Memory]
Min/Max: 0.0/214748352.0 Hrs
Units:
0.1 Hrs
Default: Read Only
079
Min/Max: –/+[Maximum Speed]
Units:
0.1 Hz
0.1 RPM
Default: Read Only
Min/Max: 0.0/Based on Drive Rating
Units:
0.1 VDC
Default: Read Only
6 minute average of DC bus voltage level. Min/Max: 0.0/Based on Drive Rating
Units:
0.1 VDC
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Parameter Name & Description
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014 [Elapsed kWh]
Values
Default:
Read Only
Accumulated output energy of the drive. Min/Max: 0.0/429496729.5 kWh
Units:
0.1 kWh
Default: Read Only
016 [Analog In1 Value]
017 [Analog In2 Value]
Value of the signal at the analog inputs.
018 [PTC HW Value]
Value present at the drive's PTC input
terminals.
MONITOR
Metering
021 [Spd Fdbk No Filt]
Min/Max: 0.000/20.000 mA
–/+10.000V
Units:
0.001 mA
0.001 Volt
Default: Read Only
Min/Max: –/+5.00 Volts
Units:
0.01 Volts
Default: Read Only
Displays the unfiltered value of the actual Min/Max: –/+400.0 Hz
motor speed, whether measured by
–/+24000.0 RPM
encoder feedback or estimated.
Units:
0.1 Hz
0.1 RPM
Default: Read Only
022 [Ramped Speed]
079
Value of commanded speed after Accel/ Min/Max: –/+400.0 Hz
Decel, and S-Curve are applied.
–/+24000.0 RPM
Units:
0.1 Hz
0.1 RPM
Default: Read Only
023 [Speed Reference]
079
Summed value of ramped speed,
Min/Max: –/+400.0 Hz
process PI and droop. When FVC Vector
–/+24000.0 RPM
mode is selected, droop will not be
Units:
0.1 Hz
added.
0.1 RPM
Default: Read Only
024 [Commanded Torque]
053
FV Final torque reference value after limits Min/Max: –/+800.0%
and filtering are applied. Percent of motor Units:
0.1%
rated torque.
Default: Read Only
025 [Speed Feedback]
Displays the lightly filtered value of the
actual motor speed, whether measured
by encoder feedback, or estimated.
026 [Rated kW]
Drive Data
Drive power rating.
027 [Rated Volts]
The drive input voltage class (208, 240,
400 etc.).
028 [Rated Amps]
The drive rated output current.
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–/+24000.0 RPM
Units:
0.1 Hz
0.1 RPM
Default: Read Only
Min/Max: 0.00/3000.00 kW
Units:
0.01 kW
Default: Read Only
Min/Max: 0.0/65535.0 VAC
Units:
0.1 VAC
Default: Read Only
Min/Max: 0.0/65535.0 Amps
Units:
0.1 Amps
Parameter Name & Description
See page 3-2 for symbol descriptions
029 [Control SW Ver]
Main Control Board software version.
Values
Default:
3-9
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No.
Drive Data Group
MONITOR File
Programming and Parameters
Read Only
196
Min/Max: 0.000/65535.000
Units:
0.001
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No.
Group
File
Motor Control File
Parameter Name & Description
See page 3-2 for symbol descriptions
040 [Motor Type]
Set to match the type of motor
connected.
Values
Default:
0
“Induction”
Options:
0
1
2
“Induction”
“Synchr Reluc” (1)
“Synchr PM” (1)
Default:
Based on Drive Rating
(1) Important: Selecting option 1 or 2
053
also requires selection of “Custom V/Hz,”
option 2 in parameter 53.
041 [Motor NP Volts]
Set to the motor nameplate rated volts.
Set to the motor nameplate rated full load Min/Max: 0.0/[Rated Amps] × 2
amps.
Units:
0.1 Amps
Default: Based on Drive Cat. No.
043 [Motor NP Hertz]
Motor Data
MOTOR CONTROL
042 [Motor NP FLA]
Min/Max: 0.0/[Rated Volts]
Units:
0.1 VAC
Default: Based on Drive Rating
Set to the motor nameplate rated
frequency.
044 [Motor NP RPM]
Set to the motor nameplate rated RPM.
045 [Motor NP Power]
047
048
Min/Max: 5.0/400.0 Hz
Units:
0.1 Hz
Default: 1750.0 RPM
Min/Max: 60.0/24000.0 RPM
Units:
1.0 RPM
Default: Based on Drive Rating
046
Set to the motor nameplate rated power. Min/Max: 0.00/1000.00
Units:
0.01 kW/HP
See [Mtr NP Pwr Units]
Default:
Drive Rating Based
046 [Mtr NP Pwr Units]
Selects the motor power units to be used.
This parameter is not reset when “Reset Options:
to Defaults” is selected.
“Convert HP” = converts all power units
to Horsepower.
“Convert kW” = converts all power units
to kilowatts.
0
1
2
3
“Horsepower”
“kiloWatts”
“Convert HP”
“Convert kW”
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Parameter Name & Description
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047 [Motor OL Hertz]
Values
Default:
Motor NP Hz/3
Motor Data
Selects the output frequency below
Min/Max: 0.0/Motor NP Hz
which the motor operating current is
Units:
0.1 Hz
derated. The motor thermal overload will
generate a fault at lower levels of current.
048 [Motor OL Factor]
Sets the operating level for the motor
overload.
Default:
1.00
Min/Max: 0.20/2.00
Units:
0.01
042
220
042
220
Motor
OL
Operating
FLA x Factor = Level
049 [Motor Poles]
Default:
4
Defines the number of poles in the motor. Min/Max: 2/40
Units:
1 Pole
“Sensrls Vect”
Default: 0
053 [Motor Cntl Sel]
MOTOR CONTROL
Sets the method of motor control used in Options:
the drive.
Torq Attributes
When “Adj Voltage” is selected, voltage
control is independent from frequency
control. The voltage and frequency
components have independent
references and accel/decel rates. Typical
applications include non-motor loads or
power supplies.
0
1
2
3
4
5
“Sensrls Vect”
“SV Economize”
“Custom V/Hz”
“Fan/Pmp V/Hz”
“FVC Vector”
“Adj Voltage”
Important: “FVC Vector” mode requires
autotuning of the motor. Being coupled to
the load will determine inertia (preferably
lightly-loaded). Total Inertia (parameter
450) will have to be estimated if
uncoupled for tuning of the speed loop or
separately adjust Ki and Kp (parameters
445 & 446).
054 [Maximum Voltage]
Sets the highest voltage the drive will
output. Based on [Voltage Class],
parameter 202.
055 [Maximum Freq]
Default:
Drive Rated Volts
Min/Max: Rated Volts x 0.25/Rated
Volts
Units:
0.1 VAC
Default: 110.0 or 130.0 Hz
Sets the highest frequency the drive will Min/Max: 5.0/420.0 Hz
output. Based on [Voltage Class],
Units:
0.1 Hz
parameter 202. Also refer to [Overspeed
Limit], parameter 083.
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202
Parameter Name & Description
See page 3-2 for symbol descriptions
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No.
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Programming and Parameters
Values
056 [Compensation]
TP
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M ess
Fre
qL
oc
Mt
k
rL
Rs ead
A d Re
Xs ap v
is t
Ixo tor D
A ia
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ab
a
Re le J lc
fle erk
(
ct
Wa 1)
ve
Enables/disables correction options.
x x x x x x x 0 0 x 0 1 1 0 1 1
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Torq Attributes
MOTOR CONTROL
Bit #
Factory Default Bit Values
1 =Enabled
0 =Disabled
x =Reserved
(1) For current limit (except FVC Vector mode).
Option Descriptions
Reflect Wave Disables reflected wave overvoltage protection for long cable
lengths. (typically enabled).
Enable Jerk
In non-FVC Vector modes, disabling jerk removes a short
S-curve at the start of the accel/decel ramp.
Ixo AutoCalc
Not functional – reserved for future enhancements.
Xsistor Diag
“0” disables power transistor power diagnostic tests which run at
each start command. “1” enables transistor diagnostic tests.
Rs Adapt
FVC w/Encoder Only - Disabling may improve torque regulation
at lower speeds (typically not needed).
Mtr Lead Rev Reverses the phase rotation of the applied voltage, effectively
reversing the motor leads. Note: This bit is reset to “0” when
parameters are reset to factory defaults.
PWM Freq Lock Keeps the PWM frequency from decreasing to 2 kHz at low
operating frequencies in FVC Vector mode without encoder.
Default: 0
“Manual”
053
057 [Flux Up Mode]
058
“Manual”
Auto = Flux is established for a calculated Options: 0
1
“Automatic”
time period based on motor nameplate
data. [Flux Up Time] is not used.
Manual = Flux is established for [Flux Up
Time] before acceleration.
Default: 0.000 Secs
053
058 [Flux Up Time]
058
Sets the amount of time the drive will use Min/Max: 0.000/5.000 Secs
to try and achieve full motor stator flux. Units:
0.001 Secs
When a Start command is issued, DC
current at current limit level is used to
build stator flux before accelerating.
Default: 500
059 [SV Boost Filter]
Sets the amount of filtering used to boost Min/Max: 0/32767
voltage during Sensorless Vector and
Units:
1
FVC Vector (encoderless) operation.
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Parameter Name & Description
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061 [Autotune]
Values
Default:
3
“Calculate”
053
“Ready”
Provides a manual or automatic method Options: 0
062
1
“Static Tune”
for setting [IR Voltage Drop], [Flux
2
“Rotate Tune”
Current Ref] and [Ixo Voltage Drop]. Valid
3
“Calculate”
only when parameter 53 is set to “Sensrls
Vect,” “SV Economize” or “FVC Vector.”
“Ready” (0) = Parameter returns to this setting following a “Static Tune” or “Rotate
Tune.” It also permits manually setting [IR Voltage Drop], [Ixo Voltage Drop] and
[Flux Current Ref].
Torq Attributes
MOTOR CONTROL
“Static Tune” (1) = A temporary command that initiates a non-rotational motor
stator resistance test for the best possible automatic setting of [IR Voltage Drop]
in all valid modes and a non-rotational motor leakage inductance test for the best
possible automatic setting of [Ixo Voltage Drop] in “FVC Vector” mode. A start
command is required following initiation of this setting. The parameter returns to
“Ready” (0) following the test, at which time another start transition is required to
operate the drive in normal mode. Used when motor cannot be rotated.
“Rotate Tune” (2) = A temporary command that initiates a “Static Tune” followed
by a rotational test for the best possible automatic setting of [Flux Current Ref]. In
“FVC Vector” mode, with encoder feedback, a test for the best possible automatic
setting of [Slip RPM @ FLA] is also run. A start command is required following
initiation of this setting. The parameter returns to “Ready” (0) following the test, at
which time another start transition is required to operate the drive in normal
mode. Important: If using rotate tune for “Sensrls Vect” mode, the motor should
be uncoupled from the load or results may not be valid. With “FVC Vector,” either
a coupled or uncoupled load will produce valid results.
!
ATTENTION: Rotation of the motor in an undesired direction can
occur during this procedure. To guard against possible injury and/or
equipment damage, it is recommended that the motor be
disconnected from the load before proceeding.
“Calculate” (3) = This setting uses motor nameplate data to automatically set [IR
Voltage Drop], [Ixo Voltage Drop], [Flux Current Ref] and [Slip RPM @ FLA].
Default: Based on Drive Rating
053
062 [IR Voltage Drop]
Min/Max: 0.0/[Motor NP Volts]×0.25 061
Value of voltage drop across the resis0.1 VAC
tance of the motor stator at rated motor Units:
current. Used only when parameter 53 is
set to “Sensrls Vect,” “SV Economize” or
“FVC Vector.”
Default: Based on Drive Rating
053
063 [Flux Current Ref]
061
Value of amps for full motor flux. Used
Min/Max: 0.00/[Motor NP FLA]
only when parameter 53 is set to “Sensrls Units:
0.01 Amps
Vect,” “SV Economize or “FVC Vector.”
Default: Based on Drive Rating
064 [Ixo Voltage Drop]
Value of voltage drop across the leakage Min/Max: 0.0/230.0, 480.0, 575 VAC
inductance of the motor at rated motor
Units:
0.1 VAC
current. Used only when parameter 53 is
set to “Sensrls Vect,” “SV Economize or
“FVC Vector.”
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Torq Attributes
MOTOR CONTROL
066 [Autotune Torque]
Values
Default:
50.0%
Specifies motor torque applied to the
motor during the flux current and inertia
FV tests performed during an autotune.
Min/Max: 0.0/150.0%
Units:
0.1%
067 [Inertia Autotune]
Default:
0
“Ready”
Provides an automatic method of setting Options:
[Total Inertia]. This test is automatically
FV run during Start-Up motor tests.
Important: If using rotate tune for
“Sensrls Vect” mode, the motor should be
uncoupled from the load or results may
not be valid. With “FVC Vector,” either a
coupled or uncoupled load will produce
valid result.
“Ready” = Parameter returns to this
setting following a completed inertia tune.
“Inertia Tune” = A temporary command
that initiates an inertia test of the motor/
load combination. The motor will ramp up
and down, while the drive measures the
amount of inertia.
Default:
427 [Torque Ref A Sel]
0
1
“Ready”
“Inertia Tune”
0
24
“Torque Stpt1”
“Disabled”
431 [Torque Ref B Sel]
Selects the source of the external torque Options:
reference to the drive. How this reference
FV is used is dependent upon [Speed/
Torque Mod].
(1) See Appendix B for DPI port locations.
428 [Torque Ref A Hi]
432 [Torque Ref B Hi]
Default:
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0
“Analog In 1”
1
“Analog In 2”
2
3-17 “Reserved”
18-22 “DPI Port 1-5” (1)
23 “Reserved”
24 “Disabled”
25-28 “Scale Block1-4”
29 “Torque Stpt2”
100.0%
100.0%
053
053
450
053
053
FV Scales the upper value of the [Torque Ref Min/Max: –/+800.0%
x Sel] selection when the source is an
analog input.
429 [Torque Ref A Lo]
433 [Torque Ref B Lo]
Units:
0.1%
Default:
0.0%
0.0%
053
FV Scales the lower value of the [Torque Ref Min/Max: –/+800.0%
x Sel] selection when the source is an
analog input.
Units:
0.1%
430 [Torq Ref A Div]
Default:
1.0
FV Defines the value of the divisor for the
[Torque Ref A Sel] selection.
Min/Max: 0.1/3276.7
Units:
0.1
Default: 1.0
434 [Torque Ref B Mult]
053
053
FV Defines the value of the multiplier for the Min/Max: –/+32767.0
[Torque Ref B Sel] selection.
Units:
0.1
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Values
Default:
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435 [Torque Setpoint1]
0.0%
053
Min/Max: –/+800.0%
FV Provides an internal fixed value for
Torque Setpoint when [Torque Ref x Sel] Units:
0.1%
is set to “Torque Setpt.”
Default: 200.0%
436 [Pos Torque Limit]
053
FV Defines the torque limit for the positive Min/Max: 0.0/800.0%
torque reference value. The reference will Units:
0.1%
not be allowed to exceed this value.
Default: –200.0%
437 [Neg Torque Limit]
053
FV Defines the torque limit for the negative Min/Max: –800.0/0.0%
torque reference value. The reference will Units:
0.1%
not be allowed to exceed this value.
Default: 0.0%
438 [Torque Setpoint2]
Min/Max: –/+800.0%
Torque Setpoint when [Torque Ref x Sel] Units:
0.1%
is set to “Torque Setpt 2.”
Read Only
440 [Control Status]
053
FV Displays a summary status of any condition that may
be limiting either the current or the torque reference.
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0 =Condition False
x =Reserved
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FV Provides an internal fixed value for
x x x x x x x x x x x 0 0 0 0 0
31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16
1 =Condition True
0 =Condition False
x =Reserved
Volts per Hertz
Bit #
441 [Mtr Tor Cur Ref]
Default:
FV Displays the torque current reference
value that is present at the output of the
current rate limiter (parameter 154).
Min/Max: –/+32767.0 Amps
Units:
0.01 Amps
069 [Start/Acc Boost]
Default:
Sets the voltage boost level for starting
and acceleration when “Custom V/Hz”
mode is selected. Refer to parameter 083
[Overspeed Limit].
Read Only
053
Based on Drive Rating
053
070
Min/Max: 0.0/[Motor NP Volts] x 0.25
Units:
0.1 VAC
Default: Based on Drive Rating
053
Sets the boost level for steady state or
Min/Max: 0.0/[Motor NP Volts] x 0.25 069
deceleration when “Fan/Pmp V/Hz” or
Units:
0.1 VAC
“Custom V/Hz” modes are selected. See
parameter 083 [Overspeed Limit].
070 [Run Boost]
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Volts per Hertz
071 [Break Voltage]
Sets the voltage the drive will output at
[Break Frequency]. Refer to parameter
083 [Overspeed Limit].
072 [Break Frequency]
Values
Default:
[Motor NP Hz] × 0.25
Sets the frequency the drive will output at Min/Max: 0.0/[Maximum Freq]
[Break Voltage]. Refer to parameter 083. Units:
0.1 Hz
Default: 0
“Quadrature”
412 [Motor Fdbk Type]
Selects the encoder type; single channel Options:
or quadrature. Options 1 & 3 detect a
loss of encoder signal (when using
differential inputs) regardless of the
[Feedback Select], param. 080 setting.
For FVC Vector mode, use a quadrature
encoder only (option 0/1). If a single
channel encoder is used (option 2/3) in
sensorless vector or V/Hz mode, select
“Reverse Dis” (option 2) in param. 190.
Default:
413 [Encoder PPR]
0
1
2
3
053
072
053
071
“Quadrature”
“Quad Check”
“Single Chan”
“Single Check”
1024 PPR
Contains the encoder pulses per
Min/Max: 2/20000 PPR
revolution. For improved operation in
Units:
1 PPR
FVC Vector mode, PPR should be ≥ (64
x motor poles).
Default: Read Only
414 [Enc Position Fdbk]
Speed Feedback
MOTOR CONTROL
[Motor NP Volts] × 0.25
Min/Max: 0.0/[Motor NP Volts]
Units:
0.1 VAC
Default:
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Displays raw encoder pulse count. For
1
single channel encoders, this count will Units:
increase (per rev.) by the amount in
[Encoder PPR]. For quadrature encoders
this count will increase by 4 times the
amount defined in [Encoder PPR].
Default: Read Only
415 [Encoder Speed]
079
Provides a monitoring point that reflects Min/Max: –/+420.0 Hz
speed as seen from the feedback device.
–/+25200.0 RPM
Units:
0.1 Hz
0.1 RPM
Default: 0
“None”
416 [Fdbk Filter Sel]
Selects the type of feedback filter
desired. “Light” uses a 35/49 radian
feedback filter. “Heavy” uses a 20/40
radian feedback filter.
419 [Notch FilterFreq]
Options:
0
1
2
“None”
“Light”
“Heavy”
Default:
0.0 Hz
FV Sets the center frequency for an optional Min/Max: 0.0/500.0 Hz
2-pole notch filter. Filter is applied to the Units:
0.1 Hz
torque command. “0” disables this filter.
Default: 0.3 Hz
420 [Notch Filter K]
FV Sets the gain for the 2-pole notch filter.
053
053
Min/Max: 0.1/0.9 Hz
Units:
0.1 Hz
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421 [Marker Pulse]
Latches the raw encoder count at each
marker pulse.
422 [Pulse In Scale]
Speed Feedback
Sets the scale factor/gain for the Pulse
Input when P423 is set to “Pulse Input.”
Calculate for the desired speed
command as follows:
MOTOR CONTROL
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Default:
Read Only
Min/Max: –/+2147483647
Units:
1
Default: 64
Min/Max: 2/20000
Units:
1
for Hz, [Pulse In Scale] =
Input Pulse Rate (Hz)
Desired Cmd. (Hz)
for RPM, [Pulse In Scale] =
Input Pulse Rate (Hz)
120
x [Motor Poles]
Desired Cmd. (RPM)
423 [Encoder Z Chan]
Default:
0
“Pulse Input”
Defines if the input wired to terminals 5 & Options:
6 of the Encoder Terminal Block will be
used as a Pulse or Marker input. Options
1 & 3 detect a loss of signal (when using
differential inputs) regardless of the
[Feedback Select], param. 080 setting.
When option 2 or 3 is used with Profile/
Indexer mode, the “homing” routine will
position to the nearest marker pulse off of
the home limit switch.
0
1
2
3
“Pulse Input”
“Pulse Check”
“Marker Input”
“Marker Check”
0
“Hz”
0
1
2
3
“Hz”
“RPM”
“Convert Hz”
“Convert RPM”
Parameter Name & Description
See page 3-2 for symbol descriptions
Spd Mode & Limits
079 [Speed Units]
SPEED COMMAND
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Values
Default:
Selects the units to be used for all speed Options:
related parameters. Options 0 & 1
indicate status only. 2 & 3 will convert/
configure the drive for that selection.
“Convert Hz” (2) - converts all speed
based parameters to Hz, and changes
the value proportionately (i.e. 1800 RPM
= 60 Hz).
“Convert RPM” (3) - converts all speed
based parameters to RPM, and changes
the value proportionately.
This parameter is not reset when “Reset
to Defaults” is selected.
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Values
Default:
See page 3-2 for symbol descriptions
080 [Feedback Select]
Selects the source for motor speed
feedback. Note that all selections are
available when using Process PI.
0
“Open Loop”
Options:
0
1
2
3
4
5
“Open Loop”
“Slip Comp”
“Reserved”
“Encoder”
“Reserved”
“Simulator”
Default:
0.0
“Open Loop” (0) - no encoder is present,
and slip compensation is not needed.
“Slip Comp” (1) - tight speed control is
needed, and encoder is not present.
“Encoder” (3) - an encoder is present.
“Simulator” (5) - Simulates a motor for
testing drive operation & interface check.
081 [Minimum Speed]
Sets the low limit for speed reference
after scaling is applied. Refer to
parameter 083 [Overspeed Limit].
082 [Maximum Speed]
083 [Overspeed Limit]
Sets the incremental amount of the
output frequency (above [Maximum
Speed]) allowable for functions such as
slip compensation.
[Maximum Speed] + [Overspeed Limit]
must be ≤ [Maximum Freq]
Min/Max: 0.0/[Maximum Speed]
Units:
0.1 Hz
0.1 RPM
Default: 50.0 or 60.0 Hz (volt class)
[Motor NP RPM]
Min/Max: 5.0/400.0 Hz
75.0/24000.0 RPM
Units:
0.1 Hz
0.1 RPM
Default: 10.0 Hz
300.0 RPM
Min/Max: 0.0/20.0 Hz
0.0/600.0 RPM
Units:
0.1 Hz
0.1 RPM
412
152
079
083
092
095
055
079
083
091
094
202
055
079
082
Allowable Output Frequency Range Bus Regulation or Current Limit
Allowable Output Frequency Range - Normal Operation
(lower limit on this range can be 0 depending on the value of Speed Adder)
Allowable Speed Reference Range
Maximum
Voltage
Motor NP
Voltage
Output Voltage
Spd Mode & Limits
SPEED COMMAND
Sets the high limit for speed reference
after scaling is applied. Refer to
parameter 083 [Overspeed Limit].
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due to Speed
Control Mode
Overspeed
Limit
Break
Voltage
Start
Boost
Run
Boost
0
Minimum
Break
Speed Frequency
Motor NP Hz
Frequency
Maximum
Speed
Output
Maximum
Frequency Frequency
Limit
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084 [Skip Frequency 1]
085 [Skip Frequency 2]
086 [Skip Frequency 3]
Sets a frequency at which the drive will
not operate.
087 [Skip Freq Band]
Values
Default:
Default:
Default:
0.0 Hz
0.0 Hz
0.0 Hz
Min/Max: –/+[Maximum Speed]
Units:
0.1 Hz
Default: 0.0 Hz
Spd Mode & Limits
SPEED COMMAND
Determines the bandwidth around a skip Min/Max: 0.0/30.0 Hz
Units:
0.1 Hz
frequency. [Skip Freq Band] is split,
applying 1/2 above and 1/2 below the
actual skip frequency. The same
bandwidth applies to all skip frequencies.
“Speed Reg”
Default: 1
088 [Speed/Torque Mod]
“Zero Torque”
0
“Speed Reg”
1
“Torque Reg”
2
“Min Torq/Spd”
3
“Max Torq/Spd”
4
“Sum Torq/Spd”
5
“Absolute Min”
6
“Pos/Spd Prof”
7
“Min Torq/Spd” (3) - selects the smallest algebraic value to regulate to when the
torque reference and torque generated from the speed regulator are compared.
“Max Torq/Spd” (4) - selects the largest algebraic value when the torque reference
and the torque generated from the speed regulator are compared.
“Sum Torq/Spd” (5) - selects the sum of the torque reference and the torque
generated from the speed regulator.
“Absolute Min” (6) - selects the smallest absolute algebraic value to regulate to
when the torque reference and torque generated from the speed regulator are
compared.
“Pos/Spd Prof” (7) - drive operates as a speed or position regulator as determined
by the Profile Step parameters (720-877) and Setup parameters (705-719).
Options:
FV Selects the torque reference source.
“Zero Torque” (0) - torque command = 0.
“Speed Reg” (1) - drive operates as a
speed regulator.
“Torque Reg” (2) - an external torque
reference is used for the torque
command.
!
ATTENTION: The speed of the drive could reach [Maximum
Speed] + [Overspeed Limit] to meet required torque when any of
the torque modes have been selected. Equipment damage and/or
personal injury may result.
454 [Rev Speed Limit]
Default:
0.0 RPM
Min/Max: –[Max Speed]/0.0 Hz
FV Sets a limit on speed in the negative
direction, when in FVC Vector mode.
–[Max Speed]/0.0 RPM
Used in bipolar mode only. A value of
Units:
0.0 Hz
zero disables this parameter and uses
0.0 RPM
[Maximum Speed] for reverse speed limit.
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084
085
086
053
Parameter Name & Description
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090 [Speed Ref A Sel]
Values
Default:
Selects the source of the speed
Options:
reference to the drive unless [Speed Ref
B Sel] or [Preset Speed 1-7] is selected.
Speed References
SPEED COMMAND
(1) See Appendix B for DPI port locations.
091 [Speed Ref A Hi]
Default:
2
“Analog In 2”
“Analog In 1”
1
“Analog In 2”
2
3-6 “Reserved”
“Pulse In”
7
“Encoder”
8
“MOP Level”
9
10 “Reserved”
11 “Preset Spd1”
12 “Preset Spd2”
13 “Preset Spd3”
14 “Preset Spd4”
15 “Preset Spd5”
16 “Preset Spd6”
17 “Preset Spd7”
18 “DPI Port 1” (1)
19 “DPI Port 2” (1)
20 “DPI Port 3” (1)
21 “DPI Port 4” (1)
22 “DPI Port 5” (1)
23-24 “Reserved”
25 “Scale Block1”
26 “Scale Block2”
27 “Scale Block3”
28 “Scale Block4”
[Maximum Speed]
Scales the upper value of the [Speed Ref Min/Max: –/+[Maximum Speed]
A Sel] selection when the source is an
Units:
0.1 Hz
analog input.
0.01 RPM
Default: 0.0
092 [Speed Ref A Lo]
Scales the lower value of the [Speed Ref Min/Max: –/+[Maximum Speed]
A Sel] selection when the source is an
Units:
0.1 Hz
analog input.
0.01 RPM
Default: 11 “Preset Spd1”
093 [Speed Ref B Sel]
See [Speed Ref A Sel].
094 [Speed Ref B Hi]
Options:
Default:
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[Maximum Speed]
Scales the upper value of the [Speed Ref Min/Max: –/+[Maximum Speed]
B Sel] selection when the source is an
Units:
0.1 Hz
analog input.
0.01 RPM
Default: 0.0
095 [Speed Ref B Lo]
Scales the lower value of the [Speed Ref Min/Max: –/+[Maximum Speed]
B Sel] selection when the source is an
Units:
0.1 Hz
analog input.
0.01 RPM
002
091
thru
093
101
thru
107
117
thru
120
192
thru
194
213
272
273
320
361
thru
366
079
082
079
081
See
090
079
093
079
090
093
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096 [TB Man Ref Sel]
Values
Default:
Sets the manual speed reference source Options:
when a digital input is configured for
“Auto/Manual.”
(1) “Analog In 2” is not a valid selection if it
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“Analog In 1”
1
2
3-8
9
“Analog In 1”
“Analog In 2” (1)
“Reserved”
“MOP Level”
was selected for any of the following:
- [Trim In Select]
- [PI Feedback Sel]
- [PI Reference Sel]
- [Current Lmt Sel]
- [Sleep-Wake Ref]
097 [TB Man Ref Hi]
Default:
[Maximum Speed]
Scales the upper value of the [TB Man
Min/Max: –/+[Maximum Speed]
Ref Sel] selection when the source is an Units:
0.1 Hz
analog input.
0.01 RPM
Default: 0.0
098 [TB Man Ref Lo]
SPEED COMMAND
Scales the lower value of the [TB Man
Min/Max: –/+[Maximum Speed]
Ref Sel] selection when the source is an Units:
0.1 Hz
analog input.
0.01 RPM
Default: Read Only
099 [Pulse Input Ref]
100
Discrete Speeds
097
098
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
Displays the pulse input value as seen at Min/Max: –/+420.0 Hz
terminals 5 and 6 of the Encoder
–/+25200.0 RPM
Terminal Block, if [Encoder Z Chan],
Units:
0.1 Hz
parameter 423 is set to “Pulse Input.”
0.1 RPM
Default: 10.0 Hz
[Jog Speed 1]
300.0 RPM
Sets the output frequency when Jog
Speed 1 is selected.
Min/Max: –/+[Maximum Speed]
Units:
0.1 Hz
1 RPM
Default: 5.0 Hz/150 RPM
[Preset Speed 1]
10.0 Hz/300 RPM
[Preset Speed 2]
20.0 Hz/600 RPM
[Preset Speed 3]
30.0 Hz/900 RPM
[Preset Speed 4]
40.0 Hz/1200 RPM
[Preset Speed 5]
50.0 Hz/1500 RPM
[Preset Speed 6]
60.0 Hz/1800 RPM
[Preset Speed 7]
Provides an internal fixed speed
Min/Max: –/+[Maximum Speed]
command value. In bipolar mode
0.1 Hz
Units:
direction is commanded by the sign of
1 RPM
the reference.
Default: 10.0 Hz
[Jog Speed 2]
300.0 RPM
Sets the output frequency when Jog
Speed 2 is selected.
Min/Max: –/+[Maximum Speed]
Units:
0.1 Hz
1 RPM
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093
Parameter Name & Description
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116 [Trim % Setpoint]
Adds or subtracts a percentage of the
speed reference or maximum speed.
Dependent on the setting of [Trim Out
Select], parameter 118.
117 [Trim In Select]
Specifies which analog input signal is
being used as a trim input.
Values
Default:
0.0%
118
Min/Max: –/+200.0%
Units:
0.1%
Default:
2
“Analog In 2”
Options:
See [Speed Ref A
Sel]
Ad
d
Tri or %
m
Tri Ref
m B
Re
fA
Specifies which speed references are to be trimmed.
Speed Trim
090
093
117
119
120
118 [Trim Out Select]
x x x x x x x x x x x x x 0 0 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Bit #
Factory Default Bit Values
119 [Trim Hi]
Scales the upper value of the [Trim In
Select] selection when the source is an
analog input.
SPEED COMMAND
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120 [Trim Lo]
Scales the lower value of the [Trim In
Select] selection when the source is an
analog input.
Bit 2 Bit 1, 0
1= %
Trimmed
0 = Add Not Trimmed
x = Reserved
Default:
60.0 Hz
Min/Max: –/+[Maximum Speed]
Units:
0.1 Hz
1 RPM/%
Default: 0.0 Hz
Min/Max: –/+[Maximum Speed]
Units:
0.1 Hz
1 RPM/%
079
082
117
079
117
Important: Parameters in the Slip Comp Group are used to enable and tune the
Slip Compensation Regulator. In order to allow the regulator to control drive
operation, parameter 080 [Speed Mode] must be set to 1 “Slip Comp”.
Slip Comp
121 [Slip RPM @ FLA]
Sets the amount of compensation to
drive output at motor FLA.
If the value of parameter 061 [Autotune] =
3 “Calculate” changes made to this
parameter will not be accepted.
Value may be changed by [Autotune]
when “Encoder” is selected in [Feedback
Select], parameter 080.
122 [Slip Comp Gain]
Sets the response time of slip
compensation.
123 [Slip RPM Meter]
Displays the present amount of
adjustment being applied as slip
compensation.
Default:
Based on [Motor NP RPM] 061
080
Min/Max: 0.0/1200.0 RPM
122
Units:
0.1 RPM
123
Default:
40.0
Min/Max: 1.0/100.0
Units:
0.1
Default: Read Only
Min/Max: –/+300.0 RPM
Units:
0.1 RPM
080
121
122
080
121
122
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Parameter Name & Description
See page 3-2 for symbol descriptions
Values
124 [PI Configuration]
124
thru
138
Ad
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To Ref
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An ue T
ti rim
Sto -Win
p d
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ed de
Ze bak
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Ra Cla qrt
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Pre p Re p
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Ex rt Er de
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Sets configuration of the PI regulator.
1 =Enabled
0 =Disabled
x =Reserved
x x x x x 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Bit #
Factory Default Bit Values
080
125 [PI Control]
Controls the PI regulator.
PI
Re
PI set
H
PI old
En
ab
le
Process PI
SPEED COMMAND
Option Description
AdjVoltTrim (10) Configures the PI regulator output to trim the voltage reference,
rather than the torque or speed references. The trim can be
configured to be exclusive by setting “Excl Mode” (bit 0).
Trimming the voltage reference is not compatible with trimming
the torque reference, thus if bits 8 & 10 are set, a type II alarm
will occur, setting “PI Cfg Cflct” (bit 19) in [Drive Alarm 2].
x x x x x x x x x x x x x 0 0 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
1 =Enabled
0 =Disabled
x =Reserved
Bit #
Factory Default Bit Values
126 [PI Reference Sel]
Selects the source of the PI reference.
(1) Adjustable Voltage Mode.
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0
“PI Setpoint”
Options:
0
1
2
3-6
7
8
9
10
11-17
18-22
23-24
25-28
29
36
“PI Setpoint”
“Analog In 1”
“Analog In 2”
“Reserved”
“Pulse In”
“Encoder”
“MOP Level”
“Master Ref”
“Preset Spd1-7”
“DPI Port 1-5”
“Reserved”
“Scale Block 1-4”
“Preset1-7 Volt” (1)
“Voltage Cmd” (1)
024
124
thru
138
Parameter Name & Description
See page 3-2 for symbol descriptions
127 [PI Setpoint]
Values
Default:
50.00%
Provides an internal fixed value for
Min/Max: –/+100.00% of Maximum
process setpoint when [PI Reference Sel]
Process Value
is set to “PI Setpoint.”
Units:
0.01%
“PI Setpoint”
Default: 0
128 [PI Feedback Sel]
Selects the source of the PI feedback.
Options:
129 [PI Integral Time]
Process PI
SPEED COMMAND
(1) Adjustable Voltage Mode.
Default:
“PI Setpoint”
0
“Analog In 1”
1
“Analog In 2”
2
3-6 “Reserved”
“Pulse In”
7
“Encoder”
8
“MOP Level”
9
10 “Master Ref”
11-17 “Preset Spd1-7”
18-22 “DPI Port 1-5”
23-24 “Reserved”
25-28 “Scale Block 1-4”
29 “Preset1-7 Volt” (1)
36 “Voltage Cmd” (1)
37 “Output Power” (1)
38 “Output Cur”(1)
2.00 Secs
Time required for the integral component Min/Max: 0.00/100.00 Secs
to reach 100% of [PI Error Meter]. Not
Units:
0.01 Secs
functional when the PI Hold bit of [PI
Control] = “1” (enabled).
Default: 1.0
130 [PI Prop Gain]
Sets the value for the PI proportional
component.
PI Error x PI Prop Gain = PI Output
131 [PI Lower Limit]
Sets the lower limit of the PI output.
132 [PI Upper Limit]
Sets the upper limit of the PI output.
133 [PI Preload]
Sets the value used to preload the
integral component on start or enable.
Min/Max: 0.00/100.00
Units:
0.01
Default:
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–[Maximum Freq]
–100%
Min/Max: –/+400.0 Hz
–/+800.0%
Units:
0.1 Hz
0.1%
Default: +[Maximum Freq]
100%
Min/Max: –/+400.0 Hz
–/+800.0%
Units:
0.1 Hz
0.1%
Default: 0.0 Hz
100.0%
Min/Max: [PI Lower Limit]/
[PI Upper Limit]
Units:
0.1 Hz
0.1%
124
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138
124
thru
138
124
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138
124
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138
079
124
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138
079
124
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138
079
124
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Parameter Name & Description
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Values
134 [PI Status]
Read Only
124
thru
138
PI
In
PI Limi
Re t
PI set
H
PI old
En
ab
led
Status of the Process PI regulator.
x x x x x x x x x x x x 0 0 0 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
1 =Condition True
0 =Condition False
x =Reserved
Bit #
135 [PI Ref Meter]
Present value of the PI reference signal.
136 [PI Fdback Meter]
Present value of the PI feedback signal.
137 [PI Error Meter]
138 [PI Output Meter]
Process PI
SPEED COMMAND
Present value of the PI error.
Present value of the PI output.
139 [PI BW Filter]
Default:
Read Only
Min/Max: –/+100.0%
Units:
0.1%
Default: Read Only
Min/Max: –/+100.0%
Units:
0.1%
Default: Read Only
Min/Max: –/+200.0%
Units:
0.1%
Default: Read Only
Min/Max: –/+800.0%
Units:
0.1%
Default: 0.0 Radians
Provides filter for Process PI error signal. Min/Max: 0.0/240.0 Radians
The output of this filter is displayed in [PI Units:
0.1 Radians
Error Meter]. Zero will disable the filter.
Default: 0.00 Secs
459 [PI Deriv Time]
Refer to formula below:
d
(%)
PIOut = KD (Sec) x PI Error
dt (Sec)
460 [PI Reference Hi]
Min/Max: 0.00/100.00 Secs
Units:
0.01 Secs
Default:
100.0%
Scales the upper value of [PI Reference Min/Max: –/+100.0%
Sel].
Units:
0.1%
Default: –100.0%
461 [PI Reference Lo]
Scales the lower value of [PI Reference
Sel].
462 [PI Feedback Hi]
Scales the upper value of [PI Feedback
Sel].
463 [PI Feedback Lo]
Scales the lower value of [PI Feedback
Sel].
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Min/Max: –/+100.0%
Units:
0.1%
Default: 100.0%
Min/Max: –/+100.0%
Units:
0.1%
Default: 0.0%
Min/Max: –/+100.0%
Units:
0.1%
124
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138
124
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138
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138
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138
137
Parameter Name & Description
See page 3-2 for symbol descriptions
464 [PI Output Gain]
Values
Default:
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1.000
Sets the gain factor for [PI Output Meter]. Min/Max: –/+8.000
Units:
0.001
Default: 7.0
445 [Ki Speed Loop]
053
Min/Max: 0.0/4000.0
0.1
speed regulator. The drive automatically Units:
adjusts [Ki Speed Loop] when a non-zero
value is entered for [Speed Desired BW]
or an autotune is performed. Typically,
manual adjustment of this parameter is
needed only if system inertia cannot be
determined through an autotune. [Speed
Desired BW] is set to “0” when a manual
adjustment is made to this parameter.
Default: 6.3
446 [Kp Speed Loop]
053
Speed Regulator
SPEED COMMAND
FV Controls the integral error gain of the
FV Controls the proportional error gain of the Min/Max: 0.0/200.0
0.1
speed regulator. The drive automatically Units:
adjusts [Kp Speed Loop] when a
non-zero value is entered for [Speed
Desired BW] or an auto-tune is
performed. Typically, manual adjustment
of this parameter is needed only if
system inertia cannot be determined
through an autotune. [Speed Desired
BW] is set to “0” when a manual
adjustment is made to this parameter.
An internal Error Filter BW is active when
Kp or [Speed Desired BW] is changed. It
is set to Kp times [Total Inertia] with a
minimum of 25 radians.
447 [Kf Speed Loop]
Default:
0.0
053
Min/Max: 0.0/0.5
FV Controls the feed forward gain of the
speed regulator. Setting the Kf gain
Units:
0.1
greater than zero reduces speed
feedback overshoot in response to a step
change in speed reference.
Default: 0.0 Radians/Sec
449 [Speed Desired BW]
053
Min/Max: 0.0/250.0 Radians/Sec
FV Sets the speed loop bandwidth and
0.1 Radians/Sec
determines the dynamic behavior of the Units:
speed loop. As bandwidth increases, the
speed loop becomes more responsive
and can track a faster changing speed
reference.
Adjusting this parameter will cause the
drive to calculate and change [Ki Speed
Loop] and [Kp Speed Loop] gains.
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Speed Regulator
450 [Total Inertia]
SPEED COMMAND
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Default:
0.10 Secs
Min/Max: 0.01/600.00
FV Represents the time in seconds, for a
Units:
0.01 Secs
motor coupled to a load to accelerate
from zero to base speed, at rated motor
torque. The drive calculates Total Inertia
during the autotune inertia procedure.
Adjusting this parameter will cause the
drive to calculate and change [Ki Speed
Loop] and [Kp Speed Loop] gains.
Default: Read Only
451 [Speed Loop Meter]
Min/Max: –/+800.0% (1)
FV Value of the speed regulator output.
–/+800.0 Hz
(1) “%” if [Motor Cntl Sel] = “FVC Vector.”
–/+800.0 RPM
0.1%/Hz/RPM
Units:
053
053
121
079
Parameter Name & Description
See page 3-2 for symbol descriptions
140 [Accel Time 1]
141 [Accel Time 2]
Sets the rate of accel for all speed
increases.
Ramp Rates
DYNAMIC CONTROL
Max Speed
= Accel Rate
Accel Time
142 [Decel Time 1]
143 [Decel Time 2]
Sets the rate of decel for all speed
decreases.
Max Speed
= Decel Rate
Decel Time
146 [S Curve %]
Load Limits
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Values
Default:
10.0 Secs
10.0 Secs
Min/Max: 0.0/3600.0 Secs
0.1 Secs
Units:
Default:
10.0 Secs
10.0 Secs
Min/Max: 0.0/3600.0 Secs
0.1 Secs
Units:
Default:
0%
Sets the percentage of accel or decel
Min/Max: 0/100%
time that is applied to the ramp as S
Units:
1%
Curve. Time is added, 1/2 at the
beginning and 1/2 at the end of the ramp.
Default: 0
“Cur Lim Val”
147 [Current Lmt Sel]
Selects the source for the adjustment of Options:
current limit (i.e. parameter, analog input,
etc.).
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1
2
“Cur Lim Val”
“Analog In 1”
“Analog In 2”
142
143
146
361
140
141
146
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143
146
149
Parameter Name & Description
See page 3-2 for symbol descriptions
148 [Current Lmt Val]
Values
Default:
Defines the current limit value when
[Current Lmt Sel] = “Cur Lim Val.”
[Rated Amps] × 1.5
(Equation yields approximate default value.)
When in “Adj Voltage” mode, the output Min/Max: Based on Drive Rating
0.1 Amps
voltage will not be allowed to exceed this Units:
value.
Default: 250
149 [Current Lmt Gain]
Sets the responsiveness of the current
limit.
150 [Drive OL Mode]
Min/Max: 0/5000
Units:
1
Default: 3
“Both–PWM 1st”
Load Limits
DYNAMIC CONTROL
Selects the drives response to increasing Options:
drive temperature and may reduce the
current limit value as well as the PWM
frequency. If the drive is being used with
a sine wave filter, the filter is likely tuned
to a specific carrier frequency. To ensure
stable operation it is recommended to set
this parameter to “Reduce CLim”
Default:
151 [PWM Frequency]
Sets the carrier frequency for the PWM
output. Drive derating may occur at
higher carrier frequencies. For derating
information, refer to the PowerFlex
Reference Manual.
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1
2
3
147
149
147
148
219
“Disabled”
“Reduce CLim”
“Reduce PWM”
“Both–PWM 1st”
4 kHz
or 2 kHz
(Refer to Appendix A)
Min/Max: 2/10 kHz
Units:
2/4/8/10 kHz
Important: If parameter 053 [Motor Cntl
Sel] is set to “FVC Vector,” the drive will
run at 2 kHz when operating below 6 Hz.
152 [Droop RPM @ FLA]
Default:
0.0 RPM
Selects amount of droop that the speed Min/Max: 0.0/200.0 RPM
Units:
0.1 RPM
reference is reduced when at full load
torque. Zero disables the droop function.
Important: Selecting “Slip Comp” with
parameter 080 in conjunction with
parameter 152, may produce undesirable
results.
153 [Regen Power Limit]
Default:
–50.0%
053
FV Sets the maximum power limit allowed to Min/Max: –800.0/0.0%
transfer from the motor to the DC bus.
Units:
When using an external dynamic brake,
set this parameter to its maximum value.
Default:
154 [Current Rate Limit]
0.1%
400.0%
053
FV Sets the largest allowable rate of change Min/Max: 1.0/800.0%
for the current reference signal. This
Units:
0.1%
number is scaled in percent of maximum
motor current every 250 microseconds.
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145 [DB While Stopped]
Values
Default:
Options:
Enables/disables dynamic brake
operation when drive is stopped. DB may
operate if input voltage becomes too
high.
Disabled = DB will only operate when
drive is running.
Enable = DB may operate whenever
drive is energized.
Default:
155 [Stop Mode A]
Default:
156 [Stop Mode B]
Active stop mode. [Stop Mode A] is active Options:
unless [Stop Mode B] is selected by
inputs.
(1) When using options 1, 2 or 4, refer to
the Attention statements at [DC Brake
Level].
Default:
157 [DC Brake Lvl Sel]
Stop/Brake Modes
Selects the source for [DC Brake Level]. Options:
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158 [DC Brake Level]
Default:
0
“Disabled”
0
1
“Disabled”
“Enabled”
1
0
“Ramp”
“Coast”
0
1
2
3
4
“Coast”
“Ramp”(1)
“Ramp to Hold” (1)
“DC Brake”
“Fast Brake” (1)
0
“DC Brake Lvl”
0
“DC Brake Lvl”
1
“Analog In 1”
2
“Analog In 2”
[Rated Amps]
161
162
157
158
159
155
156
158
159
Min/Max: 0/[Rated Amps] × 1.5
Defines the DC brake current level
injected into the motor when “DC Brake”
(Equation yields
is selected as a stop mode. This also
approximate maximum
sets the braking current level when “Fast
value.)
Stop” is selected.
Units:
0.1 Amps
The DC braking voltage used in this
function is created by a PWM algorithm
and may not generate the smooth
holding force needed for some
applications. Refer to the PowerFlex
Reference Manual.
!
ATTENTION: If a hazard of injury due to movement of equipment
or material exists, an auxiliary mechanical braking device must be
used.
ATTENTION: This feature should not be used with synchronous or
permanent magnet motors. Motors may be demagnetized during
braking.
159 [DC Brake Time]
Default:
0.0 Secs
Sets the amount of time DC brake current Min/Max: 0.0/90.0 Secs
is “injected” into the motor. Not used for Units:
0.1 Secs
“Ramp to Hold” which will apply DC
braking continuously. See page C-39.
Default: 450
160 [Bus Reg Ki]
Sets the responsiveness of the bus
regulator.
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Units:
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158
161
162
Parameter Name & Description
See page 3-2 for symbol descriptions
161 [Bus Reg Mode A]
162 [Bus Reg Mode B]
Values
Default:
Sets the method and sequence of the DC Options:
bus regulator voltage. Choices are
dynamic brake, frequency adjust or both.
Sequence is determined by programming
or digital input to the terminal block.
Dynamic Brake Setup
If a dynamic brake resistor is connected
to the drive, both of these parameters
must be set to either option 2, 3 or 4.
Refer to the Attention statement on page
P-4 for important information on bus
regulation.
Stop/Brake Modes
DYNAMIC CONTROL
!
1
4
“Adjust Freq”
“Both-Frq 1st”
0
1
2
3
4
“Disabled”
“Adjust Freq”
“Dynamic Brak”
“Both-DB 1st”
“Both-Frq 1st”
160
163
ATTENTION: The drive does not offer protection for externally
mounted brake resistors. A risk of fire exists if external braking
resistors are not protected. External resistor packages must be
self-protected from over temperature or the protective circuit shown
in Figure C.1 on page C-3 (or equivalent) must be supplied.
163 [DB Resistor Type]
Selects whether the internal or an
external DB resistor will be used.
Default:
2
“None”
Options:
0
1
2
“Internal Res”
“External Res”
“None”
Important: In Frame 0-2 drives, only one
DB resistor can be connected to the
drive. Connecting both an internal &
external resistor could cause damage.
If a dynamic brake resistor is connected
to the drive, [Bus Reg Mode A & B] must
be set to either option 2, 3 or 4.
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161
162
ATTENTION: Equipment damage may result if a drive mounted
(internal) resistor is installed and this parameter is set to “External
Res” or “None.” Thermal protection for the internal resistor will be
disabled, resulting in possible device damage. Also see
ATTENTION above.
164 [Bus Reg Kp]
Proportional gain for the bus regulator.
Used to adjust regulator response.
165 [Bus Reg Kd]
Derivative gain for the bus regulator.
Used to control regulator overshoot.
Default:
1500
Min/Max: 0/10000
Units:
1
Default: 1000
Min/Max: 0/10000
Units:
1
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166 [Flux Braking]
0
“Disabled”
0
1
“Disabled”
“Enabled”
0.0 Secs
Min/Max: 0.0/10800.0 Secs
Units:
0.1 Secs
Default:
0
“Disabled”
Options:
Enables/disables a feature to issue a
Start or Run command and automatically
resume running at commanded speed
after drive input power is restored.
Requires a digital input configured for
Run or Start and a valid start contact.
0
1
“Disabled”
“Enabled”
168 [Start At PowerUp]
DYNAMIC CONTROL
Values
Default:
Set to use an increase in the motor flux Options:
current to increase the motor losses, and
allow a faster deceleration time when a
chopper brake or regenerative capability
is not available. Can be used as a
stopping or fast deceleration method.
Default:
167 [Powerup Delay]
Defines the programmed delay time, in
seconds, before a start command is
accepted after a power up.
!
ATTENTION: Equipment damage and/or personal injury may result
if this parameter is used in an inappropriate application. Do not use
this function without considering applicable local, national and
international codes, standards, regulations or industry guidelines.
169 [Flying Start En]
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Default:
0
“Disabled”
Enables/disables the function which
Options:
reconnects to a spinning motor at actual
RPM when a start command is issued.
0
1
“Disabled”
“Enabled”
170
Not required in FVC Vector mode when
using an encoder.
170 [Flying StartGain]
Sets the response of the flying start
function.
Default:
4000
169
Min/Max: 20/32767
Units:
1
Important: Lower gain may be required
for permanent magnet motors.
174 [Auto Rstrt Tries]
Default:
0
175
Sets the maximum number of times the Min/Max: 0/9
drive attempts to reset a fault and restart. Units:
1
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ATTENTION: Equipment damage and/or personal injury may result
if this parameter is used in an inappropriate application. Do Not use
this function without considering applicable local, national and
international codes, standards, regulations or industry guidelines.
175 [Auto Rstrt Delay]
Sets the time between restart attempts
when [Auto Rstrt Tries] is set to a value
other than zero.
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1.0 Secs
Min/Max: 0.5/10800.0 Secs
Units:
0.1 Secs
174
Parameter Name & Description
See page 3-2 for symbol descriptions
178 [Sleep-Wake Mode]
Values
Default:
Options:
Enables/disables the Sleep/Wake
function. Important: When enabled, the
following conditions must be met:
• A proper value must be programmed
for [Sleep Level] & [Wake Level].
• A speed reference must be selected
in [Speed Ref A Sel].
• At least one of the following must be
programmed (and input closed) in
[Digital Inx Sel]; “Enable,” “Stop=CF,”
“Run,” “Run Forward,” “Run Reverse.”
Restart Modes
DYNAMIC CONTROL
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0
“Disabled”
0
1
2
“Disabled”
“Direct” (Enabled)
“Invert” (Enabled) (7)
ATTENTION: Enabling the Sleep-Wake function can cause
unexpected machine operation during the Wake mode. Equipment
damage and/or personal injury can result if this parameter is used in
an inappropriate application. Do Not use this function without
considering the information below and in Appendix C. In addition, all
applicable local, national & international codes, standards,
regulations or industry guidelines must be considered
Conditions Required to Start Drive (1)(2)(3)
After Power-Up
Input
Stop
Enable
Stop Closed
Wake Signal
Enable Closed
Wake Signal (4)
Run Closed
Run
Run For. Wake Signal
Run Rev.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
After a Drive Fault
Reset by Stop-CF,
HIM or TB
Stop Closed
Wake Signal
New Start or Run Cmd.(4)
Enable Closed
Wake Signal
New Start or Run Cmd.(4)
New Run Cmd.(5)
Wake Signal
After a Stop Command
Reset by Clear
Faults (TB)
HIM or TB
Stop Closed Stop Closed
Wake Signal Direct Mode
Analog Sig. > Sleep Level (6)
Invert Mode
Analog Sig. < Sleep Level (6)
New Start or Run Cmd.(4)
Enable Closed Enable Closed
Wake Signal Direct Mode
Analog Sig. > Sleep Level (6)
Invert Mode
Analog Sig. < Sleep Level (6)
New Start or Run Cmd.(4)
Run Closed
New Run Cmd.(5)
Wake Signal Wake Signal
When power is cycled, if all of the above conditions are present after power is
restored, restart will occur.
If all of the above conditions are present when [Sleep-Wake Mode] is
“enabled,” the drive will start.
The active speed reference is determined as explained in Reference
Control on page 1-24. The Sleep/Wake function and the speed reference
may be assigned to the same input.
Command must be issued from HIM, TB or network.
Run Command must be cycled.
Signal does not need to be greater than wake level.
For Invert function, refer to [Analog In x Loss].
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179 [Sleep-Wake Ref]
Values
Default:
Selects the source of the input controlling Options:
the Sleep-Wake function.
Default:
180 [Wake Level]
Restart Modes
Defines the analog input level that will
start the drive.
181 [Wake Time]
Defines the amount of time at or above
[Wake Level] before a Start is issued.
182 [Sleep Level]
Defines the analog input level that will
stop the drive.
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183 [Sleep Time]
Defines the amount of time at or below
[Sleep Level] before a Stop is issued.
177 [Gnd Warn Level]
2
“Analog In 2”
1
“Analog In 1”
2
“Analog In 2”
6.000 mA, 6.000 Volts
Min/Max: [Sleep Level]/20.000 mA
10.000 Volts
Units:
0.001 mA
0.001 Volts
Default: 0.0 Secs
180
Min/Max: 0.0/1000.0 Secs
Units:
0.1 Secs
Default: 5.000 mA, 5.000 Volts
183
Min/Max: 4.000 mA/[Wake Level]
0.000 Volts/[Wake Level]
Units:
0.001 mA
0.001 Volts
Default: 0.0 Secs
182
Min/Max: 0.0/1000.0 Secs
Units:
0.1 Secs
Default: 3.0 Amps
259
Power Loss
Sets the level at which a ground warning Min/Max: 1.0/5.0 Amps
fault will occur. Configure with [Alarm
Units:
0.1 Amps
Config 1].
“Coast”
Default: 0
184 [Power Loss Mode]
Sets the reaction to a loss of input power. Options:
Power loss is recognized when:
• DC bus voltage is ≤ 73% of [DC Bus
Memory] and [Power Loss Mode] is
set to “Coast”.
• DC bus voltage is ≤ 82% of [DC Bus
Memory] and [Power Loss Mode] is
set to “Decel”.
Default:
185 [Power Loss Time]
0
1
2
3
4
“Coast”
“Decel”
“Continue”
“Coast Input”
“Decel Input”
0.5 Secs
Sets the time that the drive will remain in Min/Max: 0.0/60.0 Secs
power loss mode before a fault is issued. Units:
0.1 Secs
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013
185
184
Parameter Name & Description
See page 3-2 for symbol descriptions
186 [Power Loss Level]
Sets the level at which the [Power Loss
Mode] selection will occur.
Values
Default:
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Drive Rated Volts
Min/Max: 0.0/999.9 VDC
Units:
0.1 VDC
!
Power Loss
DYNAMIC CONTROL
The drive can use the percentages referenced in [Power Loss Mode] or a trigger
point can be set for line loss detection as follows:
Vtrigger = [DC Bus Memory] – [Power Loss Level]
A digital input (programmed to “29, Pwr Loss Lvl”) is used to toggle between
fixed percentages and the detection level.
ATTENTION: Drive damage can occur if proper input impedance
is not provided as explained below.
If the value for [Power Loss Level] is greater than 18% of [DC Bus
Memory], the user must provide a minimum line impedance to limit
inrush current when the power line recovers. The input impedance
should be equal to or greater than the equivalent of a 5%
transformer with a VA rating 5 times the drives input VA rating.
187 [Load Loss Level]
Default:
200.0%
Sets the percentage of motor nameplate Min/Max: 0.0/800.0%
torque (absolute value) at which a load Units:
0.1%
loss alarm will occur.
Default: 0.0 Secs
188 [Load Loss Time]
Sets the time that current is below the
level set in [Load Loss Level] before a
fault occurs.
189 [Shear Pin Time]
211
259
187
Min/Max: 0.0/300.0 Secs
Units:
0.1 Secs
Default:
0.0 Secs
238
Sets the time that the drive is at or above Min/Max: 0.0/30.0 Secs
current limit before a fault occurs. Zero Units:
0.1 Secs
disables this feature.
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UTILITY
File
Utility File
Parameter Name & Description
See page 3-2 for symbol descriptions
190 [Direction Mode]
Selects method for changing direction.
Mode
Unipolar
Bipolar
Reverse Dis
Direction Change
Drive Logic
Sign of Reference
Not Changeable
Values
Default:
Options:
0
“Unipolar”
0
1
2
“Unipolar”
“Bipolar”
“Reverse Dis”
320
thru
327
361
thru
366
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Parameter Name & Description
See page 3-2 for symbol descriptions
Values
192 [Save HIM Ref]
HIM
Dis
ab
le
Ma
nu
At al M
Po od
wr e
Do
wn
Enables HIM to control Speed Reference only or Reference, Start and Jog in
Manual mode including two-wire control. Also enables a feature to save the
present frequency reference value issued by the HIM to drive memory on power
loss. Value is restored to the HIM on power up.
HIM Ref Config
x x x x x x x x x x x x 0 x 0 1
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
x = Reserved
Bit #
Factory Default Bit Values
At Powr Down
1 = Save at Power Down
0 = Do Not Save
Manual Mode
1 = HIM controls Reference, Start, Jog, Direction & Clear Faults. Start & Jog Disabled from
all other Sources regardless of 2-Wire/3-Wire control selection. Must select Manual
Mode on the HIM prior to setting this bit.
0 = HIM controls only the Reference.
UTILITY
HIM Disable
1 = Start & Jog on HIM Do Not Function in 3-Wire mode.
0 = Start & Jog on HIM will Function in 3-Wire mode.
Default:
0
“Disabled”
Enables/disables a feature to automati- Options:
cally load the present “Auto” frequency
reference value into the HIM when “Manual” is selected. Allows smooth speed
transition from “Auto” to “Manual.”
0
1
“Disabled”
“Enabled”
193 [Man Ref Preload]
194 [Save MOP Ref]
At
S
At top
Po
wr
MOP Config
Do
wn
Enables/disables the feature that saves the present MOP frequency reference at
power down or at stop.
x x x x x x x x x x x x x x 0 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
1 =Save
0 =Do Not Save
x =Reserved
Bit #
Factory Default Bit Values
195 [MOP Rate]
Sets rate of change of the MOP
reference in response to a digital input.
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1.0 Hz/s
30.0 RPM/s
Min/Max: 0.2/[Maximum Freq]
6.0/[Maximum Freq]
Units:
0.1 Hz/s
0.1 RPM/s
Parameter Name & Description
See page 3-2 for symbol descriptions
Drive Memory
UTILITY
196 [Param Access Lvl]
Values
Default:
Selects the parameter display level
Options:
viewable on the HIM.
• Basic = Reduced parameter set
• Advanced = Full parameter set
• Reserved = Full parameter set and
Engineering parameters (refer to the
PowerFlex Reference Manual).
This parameter is not reset when “Reset
to Defaults” is selected.
Default:
197 [Reset To Defalts]
Resets parameters to factory defaults
Options:
except [Mtr NP Pwr Units], [Speed Units],
[Param Access Lvl], [Language], [Voltage
Class] & [TorqProve Cnfg] (params 46,
79, 196, 201, 202 & 600).
• Option 1 resets parameters to factory
defaults based on [Voltage Class].
• Options 2 & 3 will set [Voltage Class]
to low or high settings and reset
parameters to corresponding factory
defaults.
Important: Frames 5 & 6 - the internal
fan voltage may have to be changed
when using Option 2 or 3. See “Selecting
/Verifying Fan Voltage” on page 1-8.
Default:
198 [Load Frm Usr Set]
Loads a previously saved set of
parameter values from a selected user
set location in drive nonvolatile memory
to active drive memory.
199 [Save To User Set]
Saves the parameter values in active
drive memory to a user set in drive
nonvolatile memory.
200 [Reset Meters]
Resets selected meters to zero.
201 [Language]
Options:
Default:
Options:
Default:
Options:
Default:
Selects the display language when using Options:
an LCD HIM. This parameter is not
functional with an LED HIM.
Options 6, 8 and 9 are “Reserved.”
This parameter is not reset when “Reset
to Defaults” is selected.
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0
“Basic”
0
1
2
“Basic”
“Advanced”
“Reserved”
0
“Ready”
0
1
2
3
“Ready”
“Factory”
“Low Voltage”
“High Voltage”
0
“Ready”
199
0
1
2
3
0
“Ready”
“User Set 1”
“User Set 2”
“User Set 3”
“Ready”
198
0
1
2
3
0
“Ready”
“User Set 1”
“User Set 2”
“User Set 3”
0
1
2
0
“Ready”
“MWh”
“Elapsed Time”
“Not Selected”
0
1
2
3
4
5
7
10
“Not Selected”
“English”
“Francais”
“Español”
“Italiano”
“Deutsch”
“Português”
“Nederlands”
041
thru
047
054
055
062
063
069
thru
072
082
148
158
“Ready”
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Parameter Name & Description
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202 [Voltage Class]
Values
Default:
Based on Drive Cat. 041
No.
thru
047
“Low Voltage”
2
054
“High Voltage”
3
055
“Reserved”
4
062
“Reserved”
5
063
069
thru
072
082
148
158
Read Only
Configures the drive current rating and
associates it with the selected voltage
Options:
(i.e. 400 or 480V). Normally used when
downloading parameter sets. Min/Max &
Default values will be changed for
parameters; 41-47, 54, 55, 62, 63, 69,
70-72, 82, 148, 158.
This parameter is not reset when “Reset
to Defaults” is selected.
203 [Drive Checksum]
Default:
Provides a checksum value that indicates Min/Max: 0/65535
whether or not a change in drive
Units:
1
programming has occurred.
204 [Dyn UsrSet Cnfg]
e
Important: In dynamic mode, changes to the parameters are not saved to
nonvolatile storage. Switching user sets restores the values last saved before
enabling dynamic mode.
Ctr
l
Dy Sour
na ce
mi
cM
od
UTILITY
Drive Memory
Enables/Disables dynamic selection of user parameter sets.
x x x x x x x x x x x x x x 0 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Bit #
Factory Default Bit Values
Dynamic Mode
1 =Enabled
0 =Disabled
Ctrl Source
1 =[Dyn UserSet Sel]
0 =Digital Inputs
x =Reserved
205 [Dyn UsrSet Sel]
Selects user set if [Dyn UsrSet Cnfg] = xxxx xx11.
Us
er
Us Set
erS Se
et l2
Se
l1
Important: All digital input selections (parameters 361-366) must be identical in
all three user sets for proper Dynamic User Set operation (even if only two sets
are used).
x x x x x x x x x x x x x x 0 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Bit #
Factory Default Bit Values
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0
1
1
0
1
0
1
1 =Enabled
0 =Disabled
x =Reserved
User Set 1
User Set 2
User Set 3
User Set 3
Parameter Name & Description
Values
See page 3-2 for symbol descriptions
Read Only
Indicates the active user set and if the operation is
dynamic or normal.
Us
e
Us r Set
er 3
Us Set
er 2
Dy Set
na 1
mi
cM
od
e
Drive Memory
206 [Dyn UserSet Actv]
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1 =Condition True
0 =Condition False
x =Reserved
x x x x x x x x x x x x 0 0 0 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Bit #
Read Only
209 [Drive Status 1]
210
Sp
d
Sp Ref
d ID
Sp Ref I 3 (2)
d
D
Sp Ref 2 (2)
d ID
Lo Ref 1 (2)
ca ID
Lo l ID 0 (2)
ca 2 (1
Lo l ID )
ca 1 (1
At l ID )
S 0 (1
Fa peed )
ult
Ala ed
r
De m
ce
Ac lera
ce ti
Ac lera ng
tu ti
Co al D ng
m ir
Ac man
tiv d D
ir
Re e
ad
y
Present operating condition of the drive.
1 =Condition True
0 =Condition False
x =Reserved
0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Bits (2)
15 14
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 1
0 1
0 1
0 1
1 0
1 0
1 0
1 0
1 1
1 1
1 1
1 1
13
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
12
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
Description
Ref A Auto
Ref B Auto
Preset 2 Auto
Preset 3 Auto
Preset 4 Auto
Preset 5 Auto
Preset 6 Auto
Preset 7 Auto
TB Manual
Port 1 Manual
Port 2 Manual
Port 3 Manual
Port 4 Manual
Port 5 Manual
Port 6 Manual
Jog Ref
Bits (1)
11 10
0 0
0 0
0 1
0 1
1 0
1 0
1 1
1 1
210 [Drive Status 2]
9
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
Description
Port 0 (TB)
Port 1
Port 2
Port 3
Port 4
Port 5
Port 6
No Local
Control
Read Only
209
Present operating condition of the drive.
PT
C
Ad HW
jV
DP ltAu
to
I
Mo at 50 Tn
to 0
Bu r Ov k
s
e
Cu Freq rld
rr L R
Au im eg
to it
Au Rst
to A
DB Rst ct
A C
Au ctiv tdn
toT e
DC un
B in
Sto raki g
p n
Jo ping g
gg
Ru ing
nn
Ac ing
tiv
Re e
ad
y
Diagnostics
UTILITY
Bit #
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
1 =Condition True
0 =Condition False
x =Reserved
Bit #
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Values
211 [Drive Alarm 1]
Read Only
212
Alarm conditions that currently exist in the drive.
Br
k
Gr Slipp
ou e
Un nd W d
d
a
In erloa rn
P
d
Mo hase
to Lo
Wa r Th ss
k er
De ing m
ce
Dr l Inh
v
ib
Dr OL L t
v O vl
LL 2
vl
1
Int
DB
R
An es
lg
Str in L OH
A o
Po t Pw ss
w
rU
Un er Lo p
d
s
Pre erVo s
ch ltag
rg e
Ac
tv
“Prof SetHome” will be set if the alarm is configured
in [Alarm Config 1], “Prof/Indexer” is configured in
[Speed/Torque Mod] and the homing routine has not
been successfully completed.
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 x 0 0 0 0 0 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
1 = Condition True
0 = Condition False
x = Reserved
UTILITY
PT
C
Pro HW
f
Ad SetH
j Vo om
lt R e
ef
Diagnostics
Bit #
x x x x x x x x x x x x x 0 0 0
31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16
1 = Condition True
0 = Condition False
x = Reserved
Bit #
Read Only
212 [Drive Alarm 2]
Br
k
PT Slipp
C
e
TB Con d
R fli
Sle ef C ct
e fl
Ixo p Co ct
V n
Sp lt Ra fig
d
n
Flx Ref C g
A
f
IR mps lct
Vlt R
s
VH R ang
z an
Ma Neg g
xF Slo
NP rq C pe
H f
Mt z Cf lct
rTy lct
Bip p C
o fl
Dig lr Cf ct
In lc
Dig Cflc t
I
t
Dig n Cfl C
In ctB
Cfl
ctA
Alarm conditions that currently exist in the drive.
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
1 = Condition True
0 = Condition False
x = Reserved
PIC
f
Us gCfl
er ct
Pro SetC
fl
f
Trq StpC ct
Pr flct
vC
flc
t
Bit #
x x x x x x x x x x x x 0 0 0 0
31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16
Bit #
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0 = Condition False
x = Reserved
211
Parameter Name & Description
See page 3-2 for symbol descriptions
213 [Speed Ref Source]
Read Only
Options:
090
093
096
101
DP
I
DP Port
5
I
DP Port
4
I
DP Port
3
I
DP Port
IP 2
o
Dig rt
1
i
Fa tal In
st
Sta Stop
r
Pa tup A
ram ct
Sto s R v
p
e
DC Ass set
B e
En us P rtd
ab c
Ty le hrg
pe
Fa 2 A
ult lar
m
Diagnostics
UTILITY
Values
Default:
“PI Output”
0
“Analog In 1”
1
“Analog In 2”
2
3-6 “Reserved”
“Pulse In”
7
“Encoder”
8
“MOP Level”
9
10 “Jog Speed 1”
11-17 “Preset Spd1-7”
18-22 “DPI Port 1-5”
23 “Reserved”
24 “Autotune”
25 “Jog Speed 2”
26-29 “Scale Block 1-4”
30 “Pos/Spd Prof“
31 “Position Reg“
32 “Micro Pos“
33 “Homing“
34 “Decel Switch“
35 “End Switch“
36 “Unipolar Lim“
37 “Rev Dis Lim“
38 “Max Spd Lim“
39 “Min Spd Lim“
40 “Rev Spd Lim“
41 “Load Trq Lim“
Read Only
214 [Start Inhibits]
Displays the inputs currently preventing the drive from starting.
Displays the source of the speed
reference to the drive.
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x x 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
1 = Inhibit True
0 = Inhibit False
x = Reserved
Bit #
Description
Fast Brake, bit 7 Either a digital input is configured for Fast Stop and is enabled
or [TorqProve Setup], parameter 601, bit 0 is enabled.
Read Only
Default:
215 [Last Stop Source]
Displays the source that initiated the
most recent stop sequence. It will be
cleared (set to 0) during the next start
sequence.
Options:
0
1-5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
“Pwr Removed”
“DPI Port 1-5”
“Reserved”
“Digital In”
“Fault”
“Not Enabled”
“Sleep”
“Jog”
“Autotune”
“Precharge”
361
362
363
364
365
366
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Parameter Name & Description
Values
See page 3-2 for symbol descriptions
216 [Dig In Status]
Read Only
361
thru
366
Dig
i
Dig tal In
ita 6
Dig l In
5
i
Dig tal In
it 4
Dig al In
3
i
Dig tal In
ita 2
l In
1
Status of the digital inputs.
x x x x x x x x x x 0 0 0 0 0 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
1 = Input Present
0 = Input Not Present
x = Reserved
Bit #
Read Only
217 [Dig Out Status]
380
thru
384
Dig
it
Dig al Ou
i
t
Dig tal O 3
ita ut2
lO
ut1
Status of the digital outputs.
x x x x x x x x x x x x x 0 0 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
1 = Output Energized
0 = Output De-energized
x = Reserved
Bit #
UTILITY
Diagnostics
218 [Drive Temp]
Present operating temperature of the
drive power section.
219 [Drive OL Count]
Default:
Read Only
Min/Max: 0.0/100.0%
Units:
0.1%
Default: Read Only
Min/Max: 0.0/100.0%
Accumulated percentage of drive
Units:
0.1%
overload. Continuously operating the
drive over 100% of its rating will increase
this value to 100% and cause a drive fault
or foldback depending on the setting of
[Drive OL Mode].
Default: Read Only
220 [Motor OL Count]
Accumulated percentage of motor
overload. Continuously operating the
motor over 100% of the motor overload
setting will increase this value to 100%
and cause a drive fault. Refer to page
C-16.
221 [Mtr OL Trip Time]
Amount of time before a Drive Overload
fault (F64) occurs if the load condition
remains constant. A value of 99999
means that the drive is operating under
the overload level.
224 [Fault Speed]
Captures and displays the output speed
of the drive at the time of the last fault.
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Units:
0.1%
Default:
Read Only
150
047
048
220
Min/Max: 0/99999
Units:
1
Default:
Read Only
Min/Max: 0.0/+[Maximum Freq]
0.0/+[Maximum Speed]
Units:
0.1 Hz
0.1 RPM
079
225
thru
230
Parameter Name & Description
See page 3-2 for symbol descriptions
225 [Fault Amps]
Values
Default:
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Captures and displays motor amps at the Min/Max: 0.0/[Rated Amps] × 2
time of the last fault.
Units:
0.1 Amps
Default: Read Only
226 [Fault Bus Volts]
Captures and displays the DC bus
Min/Max: 0.0/Max Bus Volts
voltage of the drive at the time of the last Units:
0.1 VDC
fault.
Read Only
227 [Status 1 @ Fault]
224
thru
230
209
224
thru
230
Sp
d
Sp Ref
d R ID
Sp ef I 3
d
D
Sp Ref 2
d ID
Lo Ref 1
ca ID
Lo l ID 0
ca 2
Lo l ID
ca 1
At l ID
S 0
Fa peed
ul
Ala ted
r
De m
ce
Ac lera
ce ti
Ac lera ng
tu ti
Co al D ng
m ir
Ac man
tiv d D
ir
Re e
ad
y
Captures and displays [Drive Status 1] bit pattern at
the time of the last fault.
224
thru
230
0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
1 =Condition True
0 =Condition False
x =Reserved
Bit #
Read Only
PT
C
Ad HW
jV
DP ltAu
to
I
Mo at 50 Tn
to 0
Bu r Ov k
s
e
Cu Freq rld
rr
R
Au Lim eg
to it
Au Rst
to A
DB Rst ct
A C
Au ctiv tdn
toT e
DC un
B in
Sto raki g
p n
Jo ping g
gg
Ru ing
nn
Ac ing
tiv
Re e
ad
y
Captures and displays [Drive Status 2] bit pattern at
the time of the last fault.
210
224
thru
230
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
1 =Condition True
0 =Condition False
x =Reserved
Bit #
229 [Alarm 1 @ Fault]
Read Only
Captures and displays [Drive Alarm 1] at the time of
the last fault.
211
224
thru
230
Br
k
Gr Slipp
ou e
Un nd W d
d
a
In erloa rn
P
d
Mo hase
to Lo
Wa r Th ss
k er
De ing m
ce
Dr l Inh
v
ib
Dr OL L t
v O vl
LL 2
vl
1
Int
D
An BRes
lg
Str in L OH
A o
Po t Pw ss
we rU
Un r Lo p
d
s
Pre erVo s
ch ltag
rg e
Ac
tv
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 x 0 0 0 0 0 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
1 = Condition True
0 = Condition False
x = Reserved
Bit #
PT
C
Pro HW
f
Ad SetH
j Vo om
lt R e
ef
Diagnostics
UTILITY
228 [Status 2 @ Fault]
x x x x x x x x x x x x x 0 0 0
31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16
1 = Condition True
0 = Condition False
x = Reserved
Bit #
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230 [Alarm 2 @ Fault]
Read Only
Br
k
PT Slipp
C
e
TB Con d
R fli
Sle ef C ct
e fl
Ixo p Co ct
V n
Sp lt Ra fig
d
n
Flx Ref C g
A
f
IR mps lct
V
R
VH lts R ang
z N ang
Ma eg
x Sl
NP Frq C ope
H f
Mt z Cf lct
rT lc
Bip yp C t
o fl
Dig lr Cf ct
In lct
Dig Cflc
I
t
Dig n Cfl C
In ctB
Cfl
ctA
Captures and displays [Drive Alarm 2] at the time of
the last fault.
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
1 = Condition True
0 = Condition False
x = Reserved
PIC
f
Us gCfl
er ct
Pro SetC
fl
f
Trq StpC ct
Pr f l c t
vC
flc
t
Diagnostics
Bit #
x x x x x x x x x x x x 0 0 0 0
31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16
1 = Condition True
0 = Condition False
x = Reserved
Bit #
234 [Testpoint 1 Sel]
236 [Testpoint 2 Sel]
Default:
499
UTILITY
Min/Max: 0/65535
Units:
1
Selects the function whose value is
displayed value in [Testpoint x Data].
These are internal values that are not
accessible through parameters.
See Testpoint Codes and Functions on
page 4-16 for a listing of available codes
and functions.
Default: Read Only
235 [Testpoint 1 Data]
237 [Testpoint 2 Data]
The present value of the function
selected in [Testpoint x Sel].
Min/Max: –/+2147483648
Units:
1
238 [Fault Config 1]
Faults
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Enables/disables annunciation of the listed faults.
1 = Enabled
0 = Disabled
x = Reserved
x x 0 0 0 x 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 x 1 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Bit #
Factory Default Bit Values
(1) Default is “1” for Frames 8-10.
(2) When enabled, the drive ignores the shear pin
fault during any accel / decel.
Default:
0
“Ready”
Resets a fault and clears the fault queue. Options:
0
1
2
“Ready”
“Clear Faults”
“Clr Flt Que”
240 [Fault Clear]
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Parameter Name & Description
See page 3-2 for symbol descriptions
241 [Fault Clear Mode]
Enables/disables a fault reset (clear
faults) attempt from any source. This
does not apply to fault codes which are
cleared indirectly via other actions.
242 [Power Up Marker]
Values
Default:
1
“Enabled”
Options:
0
1
“Disabled”
“Enabled”
Default:
Read Only
Min/Max: 0.0000/214748.3647 Hr
Elapsed hours since initial drive power
0.1 Hr
up. This value will rollover to 0 after the Units:
drive has been powered on for more than
the max value shown. For relevance to
most recent power up see [Fault x Time].
Faults
UTILITY
243
245
247
249
251
253
255
257
[Fault 1 Code]
[Fault 2 Code]
[Fault 3 Code]
[Fault 4 Code]
[Fault 5 Code]
[Fault 6 Code]
[Fault 7 Code]
[Fault 8 Code]
Default:
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244
246
248
250
252
254
256
258
Read Only
Min/Max: 0/65535
Units:
0
A code that represents the fault that
tripped the drive. The codes will appear
in these parameters in the order they
occur ([Fault 1 Code] = the most recent
fault).
244
246
248
250
252
254
256
258
[Fault 1 Time]
[Fault 2 Time]
[Fault 3 Time]
[Fault 4 Time]
[Fault 5 Time]
[Fault 6 Time]
[Fault 7 Time]
[Fault 8 Time]
Default:
Read Only
242
Min/Max: 0.0000/214748.3647 Hr
Units:
0.0001 Hr
The time between initial drive power up and the occurrence of the associated trip
fault. Can be compared to [Power Up Marker] for the time from the most recent
power up.
[Fault x Time] – [Power Up Marker] = Time difference to the most recent power up.
A negative value indicates fault occurred before most recent power up. A positive
value indicates fault occurred after most recent power up.
To convert this value to the number days, hours, minutes and seconds, the
following formula may be used:
Fault x Time/24 hours = (# of days).(remaining time)
Remaining Time x 24 hours = (# of hours)
Remaining Time x 60 minutes = (# of minutes).(remaining time)
Remaining Time x 60 seconds = (# of seconds)
Result = (# of days).(# of hours).(# of minutes).(# of seconds)
Example:
1909.2390 Hrs / 1 Day/24 Hrs = 79.551625 Days
0.551625 Days x 24 Hrs/Day = 13.239 Hrs
0.239 Hrs x 60 Min/Hr = 14.34 Min
0.34 Min x 60 Sec/Min = 20.4 Secs
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Values
259 [Alarm Config 1]
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Enables/disables alarm conditions that will initiate an active drive alarm.
x 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 x 0 0 0 0 0 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
1 = Condition True
0 = Condition False
x = Reserved
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Bit #
1 = Condition True
0 = Condition False
x = Reserved
x x x x x x x x x x x x 0 0 0 0
31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16
Alarms
UTILITY
Bit #
Description
OW Trq Level, bit 19 For the Rod Torque Process Display to work, the Oil Well
Torque Level must be enabled.
Default: 0
“Ready”
261 [Alarm Clear]
262
263
264
265
266
267
268
269
Resets all [Alarm 1-8 Code] parameters
to zero.
Options:
0
1
[Alarm 1 Code]
[Alarm 2 Code]
[Alarm 3 Code]
[Alarm 4 Code]
[Alarm 5 Code]
[Alarm 6 Code]
[Alarm 7 Code]
[Alarm 8 Code]
Default:
Read Only
A code that represents a drive alarm. The
codes will appear in the order they occur
(first 4 alarms in – first 4 out alarm
queue). A time stamp is not available with
alarms.
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“Clr Alrm Que”
Min/Max: 0/65535
Units:
1
262
263
264
265
266
267
268
269
261
476
482
488
494
Parameter Name & Description
See page 3-2 for symbol descriptions
[Scale1 In Value]
[Scale2 In Value]
[Scale3 In Value]
[Scale4 In Value]
Values
Default:
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Min/Max: –/+32767.000
Units:
0.01 (Scale 1 & 2)
0.001 (Scale 3 & 4)
Displays the value of the signal being
sent to [ScaleX In Value] using a link.
477
483
489
495
[Scale1 In Hi]
[Scale2 In Hi]
[Scale3 In Hi]
[Scale4 In Hi]
Default:
0.0
Min/Max: –/+32767.000
Units:
0.01 (Scale 1 & 2)
0.001 (Scale 3 & 4)
Scales the upper value of [ScaleX In
Value].
Scaled Blocks
UTILITY
478
484
490
496
[Scale1 In Lo]
[Scale2 In Lo]
[Scale3 In Lo]
[Scale4 In Lo]
Default:
0.0
Min/Max: –/+32767.000
Units:
0.01 (Scale 1 & 2)
0.001 (Scale 3 & 4)
Scales the lower value of [ScaleX In
Value].
479
485
491
497
[Scale1 Out Hi]
[Scale2 Out Hi]
[Scale3 Out Hi]
[Scale4 Out Hi]
Default:
0.0
Min/Max: –/+32767.000
Units:
0.01 (Scale 1 & 2)
0.001 (Scale 3 & 4)
Scales the upper value of [ScaleX Out
Value].
480
486
492
498
[Scale1 Out Lo]
[Scale2 Out Lo]
[Scale3 Out Lo]
[Scale4 Out Lo]
Default:
0.0
Min/Max: –/+32767.000
Units:
0.01 (Scale 1 & 2)
0.001 (Scale 3 & 4)
Scales the lower value of [ScaleX Out
Value].
481
487
493
499
[Scale1 Out Value]
[Scale2 Out Value]
[Scale3 Out Value]
[Scale4 Out Value]
Default:
Read Only
Min/Max: –/+32767.000
Units:
0.01 (Scale 1 & 2)
0.001 (Scale 3 & 4)
Value of the signal being sent out of the
Universal Scale block. Typically this value
is used as the source of information and
will be linked to another parameter.
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270 [DPI Baud Rate]
Values
Default:
Sets the baud rate for attached drive
Options:
peripherals. When changing this value
the drive must be reset for the change to
take affect.
271 [Drive Logic Rslt]
1
“500 kbps”
0
1
“125 kbps”
“500 kbps”
Read Only
(1)
(1)
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Sp Ref I
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The final logic command resulting from the
combination of all DPI and discrete inputs. This
parameter has the same structure as the
product-specific logic command received via DPI
and is used in peer to peer communications.
1 =Condition True
0 =Condition False
x =Reserved
Bit #
Comm Control
COMMUNICATION
0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Bits(1)
14 13
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
0
1
1
1
1
1
12
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
Description
No Command - Man. Mode
Ref A Auto
Ref B Auto
Preset 3 Auto
Preset 4 Auto
Preset 5 Auto
Preset 6 Auto
Preset 7 Auto
272 [Drive Ref Rslt]
Default:
Read Only
Present frequency reference scaled as a Min/Max: –/+2147483647
DPI reference for peer to peer
Units:
1
communications. The value shown is the
value prior to the accel/decel ramp and
the corrections supplied by slip comp, PI,
etc.
Default: Read Only
273 [Drive Ramp Rslt]
Present frequency reference scaled as a Min/Max: –/+2147483647
DPI reference for peer to peer
Units:
1
communications. The value shown is the
value after the accel/decel ramp, but prior
to any corrections supplied by slip comp,
PI, etc.
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Values
Default:
See page 3-2 for symbol descriptions
274 [DPI Port Sel]
Selects which DPI port reference value
will appear in [DPI Port Value].
275 [DPI Port Value]
Value of the DPI reference selected in
[DPI Port Sel].
298 [DPI Ref Select]
Scales DPI on maximum frequency or
maximum speed.
Comm Control
COMMUNICATION
Selects the DPI units displayed on the
first line of the HIM and the feedback
word through any connected DPI
peripheral (20-COMM-x, 1203-USB,
etc.).
(1)
(2)
“DPI Port 1”
Options:
1-5
Default:
Read Only
“DPI Port 1-5”
Min/Max: –/+32767
Units:
1
Default: 0
“Max Freq”
Options:
Default:
299 [DPI Fdbk Select]
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Options:
Refer to Input/Output Definitions on
page 3-54.
“Speed Fdbk” is a filtered value.
Choose “25, SpdFb NoFilt” if your
process requires speed feedback via
a communication network.
0
1
17
“Max Freq”
“Max Speed”
“Speed Fdbk” (2)
“Output Freq”
0
“Command Spd”
1
“Output Amps”
2
“Torque Amps”
3
“Flux Amps”
4
“Output Power”
5
“Output Volts”
6
“DC Bus Volts”
7
“PI Reference” (1)
8
9
“PI Feedback”
10 “PI Error”
11 “PI Output”
12 “%Motor OL”
13 “%Drive OL”
14 “CommandedTrq”
15 “MtrTrqCurRef” (1)
16 “Speed Ref”
17 “Speed Fdbk” (2)
18 “Pulse In Ref” (1)
19 “Reserved”
20-23 “Scale Block1-4 (1)
24 “Param Cntl”
25 “SpdFb NoFilt”
288
Determines which ports can control the drive when [Write Mask Act], bit 15 is set thru
to “1.” If the bit for a port is set to “0,” the port will have no control functions except 297
for stop.
DP
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5
I
DP Port
IP 4
o
DP rt
IP 3
DP ort
2
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Dig Port
ita 1
l In
Masks & Owners
276 [Logic Mask]
x x x x x x x x x x 1 1 1 1 1 1
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
1 =Control Permitted
0 =Control Masked
x =Reserved
Bit #
Factory Default Bit Values
277 [Start Mask]
Controls which adapters can issue start
commands.
See [Logic Mask].
288
thru
297
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Values
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278 [Jog Mask]
See [Logic Mask].
288
thru
297
See [Logic Mask].
288
thru
297
See [Logic Mask].
288
thru
297
See [Logic Mask].
288
thru
297
See [Logic Mask].
288
thru
297
See [Logic Mask].
288
thru
297
288
thru
297
Controls which adapters can issue jog
commands.
279 [Direction Mask]
Controls which adapters can issue
forward/reverse direction commands.
280 [Reference Mask]
Controls which adapters can select an
alternate reference; [Speed Ref A, B Sel]
or [Preset Speed 1-7].
281 [Accel Mask]
Controls which adapters can select
[Accel Time 1, 2].
282 [Decel Mask]
Controls which adapters can select
[Decel Time 1, 2].
283 [Fault Clr Mask]
Masks & Owners
COMMUNICATIONS
Controls which adapters can clear a fault.
284 [MOP Mask]
See [Logic Mask].
Controls which adapters can issue MOP
commands to the drive.
285 [Local Mask]
See [Logic Mask].
288
thru
297
Read Only
276
thru
285
Controls which adapters are allowed to
take exclusive control of drive logic
commands (except stop). Exclusive
“local” control can only be taken while the
drive is stopped.
288 [Stop Owner]
DP
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IP 5
DP ort
4
I
DP Port
IP 3
DP ort
2
I
Dig Port
ita 1
l In
Adapters that are presently issuing a valid stop
command.
x x x x x x x x x x 0 0 0 0 0 1
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
1 =Issuing Command
0 =No Command
x =Reserved
Bit #
289 [Start Owner]
See [Stop Owner].
276
thru
285
See [Stop Owner].
276
thru
285
Adapters that are presently issuing a
valid start command.
290 [Jog Owner]
Adapters that are presently issuing a
valid jog command.
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Values
291 [Direction Owner]
See [Stop Owner].
276
thru
285
See [Stop Owner].
276
thru
285
See [Stop Owner].
140
276
thru
285
142
276
thru
285
276
thru
285
276
thru
285
Adapter that currently has exclusive
control of direction changes.
292 [Reference Owner]
Adapter that has the exclusive control of
the command frequency source
selection.
293 [Accel Owner]
Adapter that has exclusive control of
selecting [Accel Time 1, 2].
Masks & Owners
294 [Decel Owner]
See [Stop Owner].
Adapter that has exclusive control of
selecting [Decel Time 1, 2].
See [Stop Owner].
295 [Fault Clr Owner]
Adapter that is presently clearing a fault.
See [Stop Owner].
296 [MOP Owner]
COMMUNICATIONS
Adapters that are currently issuing
increases or decreases in MOP
command frequency.
See [Stop Owner].
297 [Local Owner]
Adapter that has requested exclusive
control of all drive logic functions. If an
adapter is in local lockout, all other
functions (except stop) on all other
adapters are locked out and
non-functional. Local control can only be
obtained when the drive is not running.
Datalinks
300 [Data In A1] - Link A Word 1
301 [Data In A2] - Link A Word 2
Parameter number whose value will be
written from a communications device
data table. Value will not be updated until
drive is stopped.
Refer to your communications option
manual for datalink information.
Default:
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285
0 (0 = “Disabled”)
Min/Max: 0/611
Units:
1
302 [Data In B1] - Link B Word 1
303 [Data In B2] - Link B Word 2
See [Data In A1] - Link A Word 1 [Data
In A2] - Link A Word 2.
304 [Data In C1] - Link C Word 1
305 [Data In C2] - Link C Word 2
See [Data In A1] - Link A Word 1 [Data
In A2] - Link A Word 2.
306 [Data In D1] - Link D Word 1
307 [Data In D2] - Link D Word 2
See [Data In A1] - Link A Word 1 [Data
In A2] - Link A Word 2.
Not available with Liquid-Cooled drives.
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Values
Default:
See page 3-2 for symbol descriptions
Datalinks
310 [Data Out A1] - Link A Word 1
311 [Data Out A2] - Link A Word 2
Parameter number whose value will be
written to a communications device data
table.
312
313
314
315
316
317
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[Data Out B1] - Link B Word 1
[Data Out B2] - Link B Word 2
[Data Out C1] - Link C Word 1
[Data Out C2] - Link C Word 2
[Data Out D1] - Link D Word 1
[Data Out D2] - Link D Word 2
[Port Mask Act]
0 (0 = “Disabled”)
Min/Max: 0/611
Units:
1
See [Data Out A1] - Link A Word 1
[Data Out A2] - Link A Word 2.
See [Data Out A1] - Link A Word 1
[Data Out A2] - Link A Word 2.
See [Data Out A1] - Link A Word 1
[Data Out A2] - Link A Word 2.
Read Only
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I
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5
I
DP Port
4
I
DP Port
IP 3
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DP r t
2
I
Ho Port
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Se
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uri
ty
Bits 0-5 indicate status for DPI port communication. Bit 15 indicates when security
software is controlling the parameter.
COMMUNICATIONS
0 x x x x x x x x x 1 1 1 1 1 1
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
1 = Active
0 = Not Active
x = Reserved
Bit #
Factory Default Bit Values
596 [Write Mask Cfg]
DP
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5
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4
I
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IP 3
o
DP rt
IP 2
ort
1
Security
Enables/disables write access (parameters, links, etc.) for DPI ports. Changes to
this parameter only become effective when power is cycled, the drive is reset or
bit 15 of [Write Mask Actv], transitions from “1” to “0.”
x x x x x x x x x x 1 1 1 1 1 x
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
1 = Write Permitted
0 = Read Only
x = Reserved
Bit #
Factory Default Bit Values
597 [Write Mask Act]
Read Only
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5
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4
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IP 3
o
DP rt
IP 2
ort
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Se
cu
rity
Status of write access for DPI ports. When bit 15 is set, network security is
controlling the write mask instead of [Write Mask Cfg].
0 x x x x x x x x x 1 1 1 1 1 x
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Bit #
Factory Default Bit Values
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0 = Read Only
x = Reserved
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276 [Logic Mask]
288
thru
297
1 =Control Permitted
0 =Control Masked
x =Reserved
x x x x x x x x x x 1 1 1 1 1 1
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Security
Bit #
Factory Default Bit Values
598 [Logic Mask Act]
Read Only
276
uri
Se
c
DP
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IP 5
DP ort
4
I
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IP 3
DP ort
2
I
Dig Port
ita 1
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Indicates status of the logic mask for DPI ports. When bit 15 is set, network
security is controlling the logic mask instead of [Logic Mask].
ty
COMMUNICATIONS
DP
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DP Port
5
I
DP Port
IP 4
o
DP r t
IP 3
DP ort
2
I
Dig Port
ita 1
l In
Determines which ports can control the drive. If the bit for a port is set to “0,” the
port will have no control functions except for stop.
0 x x x x x x x x x 1 1 1 1 1 1
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
1 = Control Permitted
0 = Control Masked
x = Reserved
Bit #
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Values
320 [Anlg In Config]
322
325
x x x x x x x x x x x x x x 0 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
323
326
1 =Current
0 =Voltage
x =Reserved
Bit #
Factory Default Bit Values
321 [Anlg In Sqr Root]
Enables/disables the square root function for each input.
An
a
An log In
alo 2
gI
n1
Analog Inputs
INPUTS & OUTPUTS
An
2
An 0=V
1 0 1=
=V mA
1=
mA
Selects the mode for the analog inputs.
x x x x x x x x x x x x x x 0 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
1 =Enable
0 =Disable
x =Reserved
Bit #
Factory Default Bit Values
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Analog Inputs
322 [Analog In 1 Hi]
325 [Analog In 2 Hi]
Values
Default:
10.000 Volt
10.000 Volt
091
092
Sets the lowest input value to the analog Min/Max: 0.000/20.000mA
input x scaling block.
–/+10.000V
0.000/10.000V
[Anlg In Config], parameter 320 defines if
0.001 mA
Units:
this input will be –/+10V or 0-20 mA.
0.001 Volt
If set below 4 mA, [Analog In x Loss]
should be “Disabled.”
“Disabled”
Default: 0
324 [Analog In 1 Loss]
“Disabled”
0
327 [Analog In 2 Loss]
091
092
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
“Disabled”
“Fault”
“Hold Input”
“Set Input Lo”
“Set Input Hi”
“Goto Preset1”
“Hold OutFreq”
340 [Anlg Out Config]
An
a
An log O
alo ut
gO 2
ut1
Selects the mode for the analog outputs. .
x x x x x x x x x x x x x x 1 1
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
1 =Current
0 =Voltage
x =Reserved
Bit #
Factory Default Bit Values
341 [Anlg Out Absolut]
Selects whether the signed value or absolute value of a parameter is used before
being scaled to drive the analog output.
An
a
An log O
alo ut
gO 2
ut1
Analog Outputs
091
092
Sets the highest input value to the analog Min/Max: 0.000/20.000mA
input x scaling block.
–/+10.000V
0.000/10.000V
[Anlg In Config], parameter 320 defines if
0.001 mA
Units:
this input will be –/+10V or 0-20 mA.
0.001 Volt
Default: 0.000 Volt
323 [Analog In 1 Lo]
0.000 Volt
326 [Analog In 2 Lo]
Options:
Selects drive action when an analog
signal loss is detected. Signal loss is
defined as an analog signal less than 1V
or 2mA. The signal loss event ends and
normal operation resumes when the
input signal level is greater than or equal
to 1.5V or 3mA.
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x =Reserved
Parameter Name & Description
See page 3-2 for symbol descriptions
342 [Analog Out1 Sel]
345 [Analog Out2 Sel]
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Values
Default:
0 “Output Freq”
Options:
See Table
Analog Outputs
INPUTS & OUTPUTS
001
002
003
Selects the source of the value that
004
drives the analog output.
005
007
[Analog Out1 Lo] Value
006
Options
Param. 341 = Signed Param. 341 = Absolute [Analog Out1 Hi] Value
012
0
–[Maximum Speed] 0 Hz
“Output Freq”
+[Maximum Speed]
135
1
“Command Spd” –[Maximum Speed] 0 Hz/RPM
+[Maximum Speed]
136
2
0 Amps
0 Amps
“Output Amps”
200% Rated
137
3
–200% Rated
0 Amps
“Torque Amps”
200% Rated
138
4
0 Amps
0 Amps
“Flux Amps”
200% Rated
5
0 kW
0 kW
“Output Power”
200% Rated
220
6
0 Volts
0 Volts
“Output Volts”
120% Rated Input Volts 219
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20-23
24
25
(1)
“DC Bus Volts”
“PI Reference” (1)
“PI Feedback”
“PI Error”
“PI Output”
“%Motor OL”
“%Drive OL”
“CommandedTrq”
“MtrTrqCurRef” (1)
“Speed Ref”
“Speed Fdbk”
“Pulse In Ref” (1)
“Torque Est” (1)
“Scale Block1-4” (1)
“Param Cntl” (1)
“SpdFb NoFilt
0 Volts
–100%
–100%
–100%
–100%
0%
0%
–800% Rated
–200% Rated
–[Maximum Speed]
–[Maximum Speed]
–25200.0 RPM
–800%
0 Volts
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0 Hz/RPM
0 Hz/RPM
0 Hz/RPM
0%
200% Rated Input Volts
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
800% Rated
200% Rated
+[Maximum Speed]
+[Maximum Speed]
+[Maximum Speed]
+800%
377
378
Refer to Option Definitions on page 3-54.
343 [Analog Out1 Hi]
346 [Analog Out2 Hi]
Sets the analog output value when the
source value is at maximum.
344 [Analog Out1 Lo]
347 [Analog Out2 Lo]
Sets the analog output value when the
source value is at minimum.
354 [Anlg Out1 Scale]
355 [Anlg Out2 Scale]
Default:
20.000 mA, 10.000 Volts
Min/Max: 0.000/20.000mA
–/+10.000V
Units:
0.001 mA
0.001 Volt
Default: 0.000 mA, 0.000 Volts
Min/Max: 0.000/20.000mA
–/+10.000V
Units:
0.001 mA
0.001 Volt
Default: 0.0
340
342
340
342
Min/Max: [Analog Out1 Sel]
Units:
0.1
Sets the high value for the range of
analog out scale. Entering 0.0 will disable
this scale and max scale will be used.
Example: If [Analog Out Sel] =
“Commanded Trq,” a value of 150 =
150% scale in place of the default 800%.
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Parameter Name & Description
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377 [Anlg1 Out Setpt]
378 [Anlg2 Out Setpt]
Controls the analog output value from a
communication device. Example: Set
[Data In Ax] to “377” (value from
communication device). Then set [Analog
Outx Sel] to “Param Cntl.”
Values
Default:
20.000 mA, 10.000 Volts
Min/Max: 0.000/20.000mA
–/+10.000V
Units:
0.001 mA
0.001 Volt
Selected Option Definitions – [Analog Outx Sel], [Digital Inx Sel], [Digital Outx Sel]
Option
At Speed
Fast Stop
Description
Related
Relay changes state when drive has reached commanded speed.
380
When open, the drive will stop with a 0.1 second decel time. (If Torque Proving is being 361
used, float will be ignored at end of ramp and the mechanical brake will be set).
Excl Link
Links digital input to a digital output if the output is set to “Input 1-6 Link.” This does not
need to be selected in the Vector option.
Starts the commissioning procedure when a start command is issued to automatically
position the motor to a home position established by a limit switch.
Inhibits profile from transitioning to next step when active.
This input is used for the “home” position.
When Digital Output 1 is set to one of these (i.e. Input 3 Link) in conjunction with
Digital Input 3 set to “Excl Link,” the Digital Input 3 state (on/off) is echoed in the Digital
Output 1.
Micropostion input. When closed, the command frequency is set to a percentage
speed reference as defined in [MicroPos Scale%], parameter 611.
Decrements speed reference as long as input is closed.
Increments speed reference as long as input is closed.
Torque producing current reference.
Parameter controlled analog output allows PLC to control analog outputs through data
links. Set in [AnlgX Out Setpt], parameters 377-378.
Parameter controlled digital output allows PLC to control digital outputs through data
links. Set in [Dig Out Setpt], parameter 379.
Reference for PI block (see Process PID on page C-28).
Redefines the “home” position for the drive by latching encoder position.
Binary value of these inputs is used to select the starting step number for the profile.
Forces drive into precharge state. Typically controlled by auxiliary contact on the
disconnect at the DC input to the drive.
Must be chosen if [Step X Type] is set to “Dig Input” and the digital input value that is
entered in [Step X Value] is the value of this digital input selector.
Reference of the pulse input (Z channel of encoder - can be used while A & B
channels are encoder inputs).
Provides a run level input. They do not require a transition for enable or fault, but a
transition is still required for a stop.
Find Home
Hold Step
Home Limit
Input 1-6 Link
Micro Pos
MOP Dec
MOP Inc
MtrTrqCurRef
Param Cntl
Param Cntl
PI Reference
Pos Redefine
Pos Sel 1-5
Precharge En
Profile Input
Pulse In Ref
RunFwd Level
RunRev Level
Run Level
Run w/Comm
361
380
361
361
361
342
342
380
342
361
342
Allows the comms start bit to operate like a run with the run input on the terminal
block. Ownership rules apply.
Scale Block 1-4 Output of scale blocks, parameters 354-355.
342
SpdFb NoFilt
Provides an unfiltered value to an analog output. The filtered version “Speed Fdbk”
includes a 125 ms filter.
Torque Est
Calculated percentage of rated motor torque.
342
Torque Setpt 1 Selects “Torque Stpt1” for [Torque Ref A Sel] when set, otherwise uses value selected 361
in [Torque Ref A Sel].
Vel Override
When active, multiplies value of [Step X Velocity] by % value in [Vel Override].
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362
363
364
365
366
Parameter Name & Description
See page 3-2 for symbol descriptions
[Digital In1 Sel]
[Digital In2 Sel]
[Digital In3 Sel]
[Digital In4 Sel]
[Digital In5 Sel]
[Digital In6 Sel] (10)
Values
Default:
Default:
Default:
Default:
Default:
Default:
Selects the function for the digital inputs. Options:
(1)
Speed Select Inputs.
Digital Inputs
INPUTS & OUTPUTS
3
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
2
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
Auto Reference Source
Reference A
Reference B
Preset Speed 2
Preset Speed 3
Preset Speed 4
Preset Speed 5
Preset Speed 6
Preset Speed 7
To access Preset Speed 1, set [Speed
Ref x Sel] to “Preset Speed 1”.
Type 2 Alarms - Some digital input
programming may cause conflicts that
will result in a Type 2 alarm. Example:
[Digital In1 Sel] set to “5, Start” in 3-wire
control and [Digital In2 Sel] set to 7
“Run” in2-wire. See Table 4.C for info on
resolving this type of conflict.
(2)
3
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
(3)
2
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
Spd/Trq Mode
Zero Torque
Spd Reg
Torque Reg
Min Spd/Trq
Max Spd/Trq
Sum Spd/Trq
Absolute
Pos/Spd Prof
When [Digital Inx Sel] is set to option 2
“Clear Faults” the Stop button cannot be
used to clear a fault condition.
(4) Typical 3-Wire Inputs - Only 3-wire
functions are allowed. Including 2-wire
selections will cause a type 2 alarm.
(5) Typical 2-Wire Inputs - Only 2-wire
functions can be chosen. Including
3-wire selections will cause a type 2
alarm. See Table 4.C for conflicts.
(6) Auto/Manual - Refer to Figure 1.10 on
page 1-24 for details.
(7) Opening an “Enable” input will cause
the motor to coast-to-stop, ignoring any
programmed Stop modes.
(8) “Dig In ConflictB” alarm will occur if a
“Start” input is prog. without a “Stop” input.
(9) Refer to the Sleep-Wake Mode
Attention statement on page 3-31.
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“Stop – CF”
“Start”
“Auto/ Manual”
“Speed Sel 1”
“Speed Sel 2”
“Speed Sel 3”
0
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2
3
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5
6
7
8
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50
51
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“Not Used”
“Enable” (7,9)
“Clear Faults”(CF) (3)
“Aux Fault”
“Stop – CF” (9)
“Start” (4, 8)
“Fwd/ Reverse” (4)
“Run” (5, 9)
“Run Forward” (5)
“Run Reverse” (5)
“Jog1”
“Jog Forward” (5)
“Jog Reverse” (5)
“Stop Mode B”
“Bus Reg Md B”
“Speed Sel 1-3” (1)
“Auto/ Manual” (6)
“Local”
“Acc2 & Dec2”
“Accel 2”
“Decel 2”
“MOP Inc” (12)
“MOP Dec” (12)
“Excl Link” (12)
“PI Enable”
“PI Hold”
“PI Reset”
“Pwr Loss Lvl”
“Precharge En” (12)
“Spd/Trq Sel1-3” (2)
“Jog 2”
“PI Invert”
“Torque Setpt 1” (12)
“Flt/MicroPos” (11, 12)
“Fast Stop” (12)
“Decel Limit”
“End Limit”
“UserSet Sel1-2” (13)
“Run Level”
“RunFwd Level”
“RunRev Level”(12)
“Run w/Comm” (12)
“Hold Step” (12)
“Redefine Pos” (12)
“Find Home” (12)
“Home Limit” (12)
“Vel Override” (12)
“Pos Sel 1-5” (12)
“Prof Input” (12)
100
156
162
096
141
143
195
194
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(10)
A dedicated hardware enable input is available via a jumper selection. Refer to
page 1-21 for further information.
(11) Only available when “Torque Proving” function is selected.
(12) Refer to Option Definitions on page 3-54.
(13) Refer to [Dyn UsrSet Sel] on page 3-36 for selection information.
380
Sets the digital output value from a communication device.
Example
Set [Data In B1] to “379.” The first three bits of this value will determine the setting
of [Digital Outx Sel] which should be set to “30, Param Cntl.”
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Parameter Name & Description
379 [Dig Out Setpt]
Digital Outputs
INPUTS & OUTPUTS
Programming and Parameters
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0 = Output De-energized
x = Reserved
Parameter Name & Description
See page 3-2 for symbol descriptions
380 [Digital Out1 Sel] (4)
384 [Digital Out2 Sel]
388 [Digital Out3 Sel]
Values
Default:
Selects the drive status that will energize Options:
a (CRx) output relay.
(1)
(2)
(3)
Digital Outputs
INPUTS & OUTPUTS
(4)
Any relay programmed as Fault or
Alarm will energize (pick up) when
power is applied to drive and
deenergize (drop out) when a fault or
alarm exists. Relays selected for other
functions will energize only when that
condition exists and will deenergize
when condition is removed. Refer to
pages 1-19.
Refer to Option Definitions on
page 3-54.
Activation level is defined in [Dig Outx
Level] below.
When [TorqProve Cnfg] is set to
“Enable,” [Digital Out1 Sel] becomes the
brake control and any other selection
will be ignored.
381 [Dig Out1 Level]
385 [Dig Out2 Level]
389 [Dig Out3 Level]
Default:
1
4
4
“Fault”
“Run”
“Run”
381
385
389
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
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12
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16
17
18
19
20
21-26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
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0.0
0.0
0.0
“Fault”(1)
“Alarm”(1)
“Ready”
“Run”
“Forward Run”
“Reverse Run”
“Auto Restart”
“Powerup Run”
“At Speed” (2)
“At Freq” (3)
“At Current” (3)
“At Torque” (3)
“At Temp” (3)
“At Bus Volts” (3)
“At PI Error” (3)
“DC Braking”
“Curr Limit”
“Economize”
“Motor Overld”
“Power Loss”
“Input 1-6 Link”
“PI Enable”
“PI Hold”
“Drive Overload”
“Param Cntl”(2)
”Mask 1 AND”
”Mask 1 OR”
”Prof At Pos”
”Prof Enabled”
”Prof Running”
”Prof Holding”
”Prof At Home”
”ProfComplete”
”Prof Homing”
”Prof Dwell”
”Prof Batch”
”Prof @ Step1-16”
382
386
390
383
Sets the “ON Delay” time for the digital
outputs. This is the time between the
occurrence of a condition and activation
of the relay.
002
001
003
004
218
012
137
157
147
053
048
184
379
380
Sets the relay activation level for options Min/Max: 0.0/819.2
10-15 in [Digital Outx Sel]. Units are
Units:
0.1
assumed to match the above selection
(i.e. “At Freq” = Hz, “At Torque” = Amps).
Default: 0.00 Secs
382 [Dig Out1 OnTime]
0.00 Secs
386 [Dig Out2 OnTime]
390 [Dig Out3 OnTime]
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Min/Max: 0.00/600.00 Secs
Units:
0.01 Secs
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383 [Dig Out1 OffTime]
387 [Dig Out2 OffTime]
391 [Dig Out3 OffTime]
Sets the “OFF Delay” time for the digital
outputs. This is the time between the
disappearance of a condition and
de-activation of the relay.
Values
Default:
0.00 Secs
0.00 Secs
Min/Max: 0.00/600.00 Secs
Units:
0.01 Secs
392 [Dig Out Invert]
Dig
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Inverts the selected digital output.
1 =Inverted
0 =Not Inverted
x =Reserved
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Factory Default Bit Values
393 [Dig Out Param]
Default:
Digital Outputs
INPUTS & OUTPUTS
Selects the value that the mask ([Dig Out Options:
Mask]) will be applied to.
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15
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17
18
19
20
21
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24
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26
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29
30
31
“PI Config”
“PI Status”
“Drive Sts 1”
“Drive Sts 2”
“DriveAlarm1“
“DriveAlarm2“
“StartInhibit“
“DigIn Status“
“DrvSts1Flt“
“DrvSts2Flt“
“AlrmSts1Flt“
“AlrmSts2Flt“
“LogicCmdRslt“
“Stop Owner“
“Start Owner“
“Jog Owner“
“Dir Owner“
“Ref Owner“
“Accel Owner“
“Decel Owner“
“FltRst Owner“
“MOP Owner“
“Local Owner“
“Limit Status“
“PortMaskAct“
“WriteMaskAct“
“LogicMaskAct“
“TorqProvCnfg“
“TorqProvSet“
“TorqProvSts“
“Profile Sts“
“Profile Cmd“
380
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394 [Dig Out Mask]
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Digital Outputs
INPUTS & OUTPUTS
Sets the mask that is applied to the selected value in [Dig Out Param]. A bit (AND/
OR) is applied, which is selected by the [Digital Outx Sel]. All bits with zeros in the
mask are ignored.
1 = Bit selected
0 = Bit Masked
x = Reserved
Bit #
Factory Default Bit Values
Example:
Mask OR: If Any bits in the value are set in the mask, then the output is On.
Selected Value
Mask
Result
0 0 0
0 0 0
Output On
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
Mask AND: If All bits in the value are set in the mask then the output is On.
Selected Value
Mask
Result
0 0 0
0 0 0
Output Off
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
0
1
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1
0
0
0
0
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Parameter Name & Description
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Values
600 [TorqProve Cnfg]
Torque Proving
APPLICATIONS
No
E
Lo ncls
ad Bk
Pre Spd Slp
l
Mi oad Lim
cr Se
En oPos l
co S
En der el
ab les
le s
Enables/disables torque/brake proving feature. When “Enabled,” [Digital Out1 Sel]
becomes the brake control. Note: this value is not changed when parameters are
reset to factory defaults (page 3-35).
x x x x x x x x x x 0 0 0 0 0 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
1 = Enabled
0 = Disabled
x = Reserved
Bit #
Factory Default Bit Values
Option Descriptions
Enable
Enables TorqProve features.
Encoderless
Enables encoderless operation – bit 0 must also be enabled.
MicroPosSel
A “1” allows the Micro Position digital input to change the speed
command while the drive is running.
Preload Sel
“0” uses the last torque for preload. “1” uses “TorqRef A” if
commanded direction is forward and “TorqRef B” for reverse.
Load Spd Lim Enables drive to perform load calculation at base speed. Drive
will then limit operation above base speed depending on load.
NoEnclsBkSlp A “1” Disables the partial Brake Slip routine from the drive when
encoderless is selected.
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Parameter Name & Description
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601 [TorqProve Setup]
En
d
De Stop
ce
Mi l Lim
cr
i
Fa o Po t
st s
Sto
p
Allows control of specific torque proving functions through a communication device.
x x x x x x x x x x x x 0 0 0 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
1 =Enabled
0 =Disabled
x =Reserved
Bit #
Factory Default Bit Values
602 [Spd Dev Band]
Torque Proving
APPLICATIONS
Default: 2.0 Hz
60.0 RPM
Defines the allowable difference between
the commanded frequency and encoder Min/Max: 0.1/15.0 Hz
feedback value. A fault will occur when
3.0/450.0 RPM
the difference exceeds this value for a
Units:
0.1 Hz
period of time.
0.1 RPM
Default: 60 mSec
603 [SpdBand Integrat]
Sets the amount of time before a fault is Min/Max: 1/200 mSec
issued when [Spd Dev Band] is outside Units:
1 mSec
its threshold.
Default: 0.10 Secs
604 [Brk Release Time]
Sets the time between the brake release Min/Max: 0.00/10.00 Secs
command and when the drive begins to Units:
0.01 Secs
accelerate. In Encoderless mode, this
parameter sets the time to release the
brake after drive starts.
Default: 5.0 Secs
605 [ZeroSpdFloatTime]
Sets the amount of time the drive is
Min/Max: 0.1/500.0 Secs
below [Float Tolerance] before the brake Units:
0.1 Secs
is set. Not used in Encoderless
TorqProve mode.
Default: 0.2 Hz
606 [Float Tolerance]
6.0 RPM
Sets the frequency level where the float
timer starts. Also sets the frequency level Min/Max: 0.1/5.0 Hz
where the brake will be closed in
3.0/150.0 RPM
Encoderless TorqProve mode.
Units:
0.1 Hz
0.1 RPM
Default: 0.10 Secs
607 [Brk Set Time]
Defines the amount of delay time
Min/Max: 0.00/10.00 Secs
between commanding the brake to be set Units:
0.01 Secs
and the start of brake proving.
Default: 10.0 Secs
608 [TorqLim SlewRate]
Sets the rate to ramp the torque limits to Min/Max: 0.5/300.0 Secs
zero during brake proving.
Units:
0.1 Secs
Default: 250
609 [BrkSlip Count]
Sets the number of encoder counts to
define a brake slippage condition. Not
used in encoderless operation.
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Units:
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603
602
Parameter Name & Description
See page 3-2 for symbol descriptions
Torque Proving
610 [Brk Alarm Travel]
Values
Default:
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1.0 Revs
Sets the number of motor shaft
Min/Max: 0.0/1000.0 Revs
revolutions allowed during the brake
Units:
0.1 Revs
slippage test. Drive torque is reduced to
check for brake slippage. When slippage
occurs, the drive allows this number of
motor shaft revolutions before regaining
control. Not used in Encoderless
TorqProve mode.
Default: 10.0%
611 [MicroPos Scale%]
Sets the percent of speed reference to be Min/Max: 0.1/100.0%
used when micropositioning has been
Units:
0.1%
selected in [TorqProve Cnfg]. Bit 2 of
[TorqProve Cnfg], parameter 600
determines if the motor needs to come to
a stop before this setting will take effect.
Read Only
612 [Torq Prove Sts]
361
thru
366
600
APPLICATIONS
Re
fL
Lo oadL
ad im
Br Tes td
ak tA
Br e Se ctv
kS t
Mi lipA
cr la
De oPos rm
ce A
En lLim ctv
dL Ac
im tv
itA
ctv
Displays the status bits for TorqProve.
x x x x x x x x x 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
1 = Enabled
0 = Disabled
x = Reserved
Bit #
631 [Rod Load Torque]
Default:
Read Only
Oil Well Pump
Displays the load side torque. [Alarm
Min/Max: 0.00/32000.00 FtLb
Config 1], parameter 259, bit 19 must be Units:
0.01 FtLb
enabled to activate this display.
Default: 0.00 FtLb
632 [TorqAlarm Level]
Sets the level at which the Torque Alarm Min/Max: 0.00/5000.00 FtLb
becomes active. Note: only active with
Units:
0.01 FtLb
PC pump applications (see param. 641).
Default: 0
“No Action”
633 [TorqAlarm Action]
Sets the drive action when the Torque
Options:
Alarm is exceeded. Note: only active with
PC pump applications (see param. 641).
Default:
634 [TorqAlarm Dwell]
Sets the time that the torque must
Min/Max:
exceed [TorqAlarm Level] before
Units:
[TorqAlarm Action] takes place. Note:
only active with PC pump applications
(see param. 641).
Default:
635 [TorqAlrm Timeout]
0
1
“No Action”
“Goto Preset1”
0.0 Secs
0.0/60.0 Secs
0.1 Secs
0.0 Secs
Sets the amount of time a Torque Alarm Min/Max: 0.0/600.0 Secs
can be active until timeout action begins. Units:
0.1 Secs
Note: only active with PC pump
applications (see param. 641).
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Parameter Name & Description
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636 [TorqAlrm TO Act]
Values
Default:
Sets the drive action when [TorqAlrm
Options:
Timeout] is exceeded. Note: only active
with PC pump applications (see p. 641).
Default:
637 [PCP Pump Sheave]
Specifies the pump sheave diameter.
638 [Max Rod Torque]
0
“Resume”
0
1
“Resume”
“Fault Drive“
20.00 Inch
Min/Max: 0.25/200.00 Inch
Units:
0.01 Inch
Default: 500.0 FtLb
Sets the desired maximum torque on the Min/Max: 0.0/3000.0 FtLb
polished rod in a PCP oil well application Units:
0.1 FtLb
Default: 0.0 RPM
639 [Min Rod Speed]
Sets the minimum speed for the polished Min/Max: 0.0/199.0 RPM
rod in a PCP oil well application.
Units:
0.1 RPM
Default: 300.0 RPM
640 [Max Rod Speed]
Oil Well Pump
APPLICATIONS
Sets the maximum speed for the polished Min/Max: 200.0/600.0 RPM
rod in a PCP oil well application.
Units:
0.1 RPM
Default: 0
“Disable”
641 [OilWell Pump Sel]
Options:
Selects the type of oil well application.
“Disable” (0) - Disables oil well
parameters.
“Pump Jack” (1) - Sets parameters based
on Pump Jack type oil well.
“PC Oil Well” (2) - Sets parameters
based on Progressive Cavity type
Pumps.
Default:
642 [Gearbox Rating]
Sets the gearbox rating.
643 [Gearbox Sheave]
Sets the Sheave diameter on the
Gearbox.
644 [Gearbox Ratio]
Specifies the nameplate gear ratio.
645 [Motor Sheave]
Sets the sheave diameter on the motor.
646 [Total Gear Ratio]
0
1
2
“Disable”
“Pump Jack”
“PC Oil Well”
640.0 Kin#
Min/Max: 16.0/2560.0 Kin#
Units:
0.1 Kin#
Default: 0.25 Inch
Min/Max: 0.25/100.00 Inch
Units:
0.01 Inch
Default: 1.00
Min/Max: 1.00/40.00
Units:
0.01
Default: 10.00 Inch
Min/Max: 0.25/25.00 Inch
Units:
0.01 Inch
Default: Read Only
Displays the calculated total gear ratio as Min/Max: 0.00/32000.00
follows:
Units:
0.01
[Gearbox Sheave] x [Gearbox Ratio]
[Motor Sheave]
647 [DB Resistor]
Default:
10.4 Ohms
Calculates the negative torque maximum Min/Max: 0.0/100.0 Ohms
available from the dynamic brake resistor. Units:
0.1 Ohms
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279
Parameter Name & Description
See page 3-2 for symbol descriptions
648 [Gearbox Limit]
Values
Default:
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Programming and Parameters
100.0%
Sets the gearbox torque limit. This value Min/Max: 0.0/200.0%
is used in determining the [Pos Torque
Units:
0.1%
Limit] & [Neg Torque Limit].
650 [Adj Volt Phase]
“1 Phase” (0) - Select to operate single
phase loads connected to the U & V
phases. Not designed to operate single
phase motors.
Default:
1
“3 Phase”
Options:
0
1
“1 Phase”
“3 Phase”
Default:
2
“Analog In 2”
Options:
“Reserved”
0
“Analog In 1”
1
“Analog In 2”
2
3-6 “Reserved”
7-8 “Not Used
“MOP Level”
9
10 “Reserved”
11-17 “Preset Volt1-7”
18-22 “DPI Port 1-5”
100.0%
“3 Phase” (1) - Select to operate three
phase loads.
651 [Adj Volt Select]
652 [Adj Volt Ref Hi]
Adjust Voltage
APPLICATIONS
Selects the source of the voltage
reference to the drive.
Scales the upper value of the [Adj Volt
Select] selection when the source is an
analog input.
653 [Adj Volt Ref Lo]
Scales the lower value of the [Adj Volt
Select] selection when the source is an
analog input.
654
655
656
657
658
659
660
[Adj Volt Preset1]
[Adj Volt Preset2]
[Adj Volt Preset3]
[Adj Volt Preset4]
[Adj Volt Preset5]
[Adj Volt Preset6]
[Adj Volt Preset7]
Default:
Min/Max: –/+100.0% of Drive Rated
Units:
Volts
0.1%
Default: 0.0%
Min/Max: –/+100.0% of Drive Rated
Units:
Volts
0.1%
Default: 0.0 VAC
Min/Max: 0.0/Drive Rated Volts
Units:
0.1 VAC
Provides an internal fixed voltage
command value that is available as a
selection for [Adj Volt Select].
661 [Min Adj Voltage]
Default:
0.0 VAC
Sets the low limit for the voltage
Min/Max: 0.0/Drive Rated Volts
reference when [Motor Cntrl Sel] is set to Units:
0.1 VAC
“Adj Voltage.”
Default: Read Only
662 [Adj Volt Command]
Displays the voltage value of the
reference specified in [Adj Volt Select].
Min/Max: 0.0/Drive Rated Volts
Units:
0.1 VAC
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Parameter Name & Description
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663 [MOP Adj VoltRate]
Sets the rate for the MOP.
669 [Adj Volt TrimSel]
Values
Default:
Selects the source of the voltage trim that Options:
is added to or subtracted from the voltage
reference.
670 [Adj Volt Trim Hi]
1.0 V/s
Min/Max: 0.1/100.0 V/s
Units:
0.1 V/s
“Analog In 2”
Default: 2
Default:
“Reserved”
0
“Analog In 1”
1
“Analog In 2”
2
3-6 “Reserved”
7-8 “Not Used
“MOP Level”
9
10 “Reserved”
11-17 “Preset Volt1-7”
18-22 “DPI Port 1-5”
100.0%
Adjust Voltage
APPLICATIONS
Scales the upper value of the [Adj Volt
Min/Max: 0.0/100.0% of Drive Rated
TrimSel] selection when the source is an
Volts
analog input.
Units:
0.1%
Default: 0.0%
671 [Adj Volt Trim Lo]
Scales the lower value of the [Adj Volt
Min/Max: 0.0/100.0% of Drive Rated
TrimSel] selection when the source is an
Volts
analog input.
Units:
0.1%
Default: 0.0%
672 [Adj Volt Trim %]
Scales the total voltage trim value from Min/Max: –/+100.0% of Drive Rated
Volts
all sources. Analog In 1 & 2 are scaled
0.1%
separately with [Adj Volt Trim Hi] & [Adj Units:
Volt Trim Lo] then [Adj Volt Trim %] sets
the trim value. The sign of this value will
determine if trim is added or subtracted
from the reference.
Default: 0.0 Secs
675 [Adj Volt AccTime]
Min/Max: 0.0/3600.0 Secs
Sets the rate of voltage increase. The
0.1 Secs
value will be the time it takes to ramp the Units:
voltage from [Min Adj Voltage] to
[Maximum Voltage]. An “S” curve can be
applied to the ramp using [Adj Volt
Scurve].
Default: 0.0 Secs
676 [Adj Volt DecTime]
Min/Max: 0.0/3600.0 Secs
Sets the rate of voltage decrease. The
0.1 Secs
value will be the time it takes to ramp the Units:
voltage from [Maximum Voltage] to [Min
Adj Voltage]. An “S” curve can be applied
to the ramp using [Adj Volt Scurve].
Important: This ramp and [Decel Time 1/
2] (parameters 142/143) must ramp to
zero for drive to Stop.
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Parameter Name & Description
Values
Default:
See page 3-2 for symbol descriptions
0.0%
Sets the percentage of accel or decel
Min/Max: 0.0/100.0%
time to be applied to the voltage ramp as Units:
0.1%
“S” curve. Time is added 1/2 at the
beginning and 1/2 at the end.
Adjust Voltage
APPLICATIONS
677 [Adj Volt S Curve]
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680
681
682
683
684
685
686
687
[Sweep Auto Tune]
[Sweep Volt Min]
[Sweep Volt Max]
[Sweep Freq Min]
[Sweep Freq Max]
[Sweep Freq Detec]
[Sweep Time]
[Ampl Detect Sel]
These parameters are not functional at
this time.
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Parameter Name & Description
Values
See page 3-2 for symbol descriptions
700 [Pos/Spd Prof Sts]
Read Only
Cu
rr
Ste ent P
p
ro
Ve
lO
Co ver
m rid
At plete e
Ho
At me
P
Ho ositi
m on
Ho ing
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Ru ing
n
Pro ning
fE
na
ble
d
file
Provides status of the profile/indexer. Bits 0-4 are a
binary value.
ProfSetup/Status
POS/SPD PROFILE
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 x x x 0 0 0 0 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Bit #
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
701 [Units Traveled]
Number of units traveled from the home
position.
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
Default:
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1 =Enabled
0 =Disabled
x =Reserved
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Step 4
Step 5
Step 6
Step 7
Step 8
Step 9
Step 10
Step 11
Step 12
Step 13
Step 14
Step 15
Step 16
Read Only
Min/Max: –/+ 21474836.47
Units:
0.01
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Parameter Name & Description
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Values
705 [Pos/Spd Prof Cmd]
Sta
r
Sta t Ste
r p
Sta t Ste 5
rt p
Sta Ste 4
r p
Sta t Ste 3
rt S p 2
tep
1
Ve
lO
Fin ver
d rid
Re Hom e
de e
Ho fine
ld
Ste Pos
p
Control word for the profile/indexer. The control functions are the same as those
in the digital input section. If a digital input is configured to provide the starting
step (bits 0-4), then its starting step value takes priority over [Pos/Spd Prof Cmd].
If a digital input is configured for any of bits 8-12, the corresponding functions will
respond to the digital input status or the status of [Pos/Spd Prof Cmd].
x x x x 0 0 0 0 x x x 0 0 0 0 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
1 =Enabled
0 =Disabled
x =Reserved
Bit #
Factory Default Bit Values
Sets the “At Position” tolerance window
(see [Pos/Spd Prof Sts], bit 12) around
the encoder count. The value is
subtracted from and added to the
encoder unit value. It is applied to all
steps using encoder units.
ProfSetup/Status
POS/SPD PROFILE
707 [Encoder Pos Tol]
708 [Counts per Unit]
Default:
10
Min/Max: 1/50000
Units:
1
Default:
4096
Sets the number of encoder counts equal Min/Max: 1/1000000
to one unit. A 1024 PPR quadrature
Units:
1
encoder has 4096 pulses (counts) in one
revolution.
Default: 100.0%
711 [Vel Override]
This value is a multiplier to the [Step x
Min/Max: 10.0/150.0%
Velocity] value when “Vel Override” bit of Units:
0.1%
[Pos/Spd Prof Cmd] is set to “1”. This is
applicable to all step types.
Default: +10.0% of [Maximum
713 [Find Home Speed]
Speed]
Sets the speed and direction that are
Min/Max: –/+50.0% of [Maximum
active when “Find Home” of [Pos/Spd
Speed]
Prof Cmd] is active. The sign of the value
Units:
0.1 Hz
defines direction (“+” = Forward, “–” =
0.1 RPM
Reverse).
Default: 10.0 Secs
714 [Find Home Ramp]
Sets the rate of acceleration and deceler- Min/Max: 0.0/3600.0 Secs
ation of the Find Home moves.
Units:
0.1 Secs
Default: 25.0
718 [Pos Reg Filter]
Sets the error signal filter in the position
regulator.
719 [Pos Reg Gain]
Min/Max: 0.0/500.0
Units:
0.1
Default: 4.0
Sets the gain adjustment for the position Min/Max: 0.0/200.0
regulator.
Units:
0.1
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730
740
750
760
770
780
790
800
810
820
830
840
850
860
870
Parameter Name & Description
See page 3-2 for symbol descriptions
[Step 1 Type]
[Step 2 Type]
[Step 3 Type]
[Step 4 Type]
[Step 5 Type]
[Step 6 Type]
[Step 7 Type]
[Step 8 Type]
[Step 9 Type]
[Step 10 Type]
[Step 11 Type]
[Step 12 Type]
[Step 13 Type]
[Step 14 Type]
[Step 15 Type]
[Step 16 Type]
Values
Default:
Options:
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“Time”
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
“End”
“Time”
“Time Blend”
“Dig Input”
“Encoder Incr”
“EncIncrBlend”
“Encoder Abs”
“End Hold Pos”
“Param Level”
“End” (0) - drive ramps to zero speed and stops the profile after the programmed
dwell time.
Profile Step 1-16
POS/SPD PROFILE
Selects the type of move for a particular
step.
The following step types use the velocity regulator only:
“Time” (1) - drive ramps to [Step x Velocity], holds speed and decels to zero in
specified [Step x Value] time.
“Time Blend” (2) - drive ramps to [Step x Velocity], and holds speed until [Step x
Value] time completes, then transitions to step defined in [Step x Next].
“Dig Input” (3) - drive ramps to [Step x Velocity], holds speed until input specified
in [Step x Value] transitions in the direction defined by sign of [Step x Value].
“EncIncrBlend” (5) - drive ramps to [Step x Velocity], holds speed, when at
encoder position defined by [Step x Value] within tolerance window transition to
[Step x Next].
“Param Level” (8) - drive ramps to [Step x Velocity], holds speed, and compares
[Step x Value] to [Step x Dwell]. The sign of [Step x Value] (“+”= >, “-” = <)
determines when to transition [Step x Next] and compares [Step x Dwell] to the
value specified by the parameter number in [Step x Value].
The following step types use the point-to-point position regulator:
“Encoder Incr” (4) - drive ramps to [Step x Velocity], holds speed then ramps to
zero at encoder position defined by [Step x Value] within position tolerance
window.
“Encoder Abs” (6) - drive ramps to [Step x Velocity], in direction required, holds
speed, then ramps to zero at position within tolerance window.
“End Hold Pos” (7) - drive holds last position for [Step x Dwell] time then stops.
The drive must have [Direction Mode] set to “Bipolar” for the position regulator to
function properly. Current, Torque and Regen Power Limits must be set so as not
to limit the programmed deceleration time. If one of the limits occur, the position
regulator may overshoot the position set point. Sleep Mode must be turned off.
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751
761
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781
791
801
811
821
831
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Parameter Name & Description
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[Step 1 Velocity]
[Step 2 Velocity]
[Step 3 Velocity]
[Step 4 Velocity]
[Step 5 Velocity]
[Step 6 Velocity]
[Step 7 Velocity]
[Step 8 Velocity]
[Step 9 Velocity]
[Step 10 Velocity]
[Step 11 Velocity]
[Step 12 Velocity]
[Step 13 Velocity]
[Step 14 Velocity]
[Step 15 Velocity]
[Step 16 Velocity]
Values
Default:
0.0
Min/Max: –/+ [Maximum Speed]
Units:
0.1 Hz
0.1 RPM
Step Speed – Sign of this value is used
to determine direction for Time, Time
Blended, Digital Input & Parameter Level
step types. The value is an absolute
number for all encoder step types
722
732
742
752
762
772
782
792
802
812
822
832
842
852
862
872
[Step 1 AccelTime]
[Step 2 AccelTime]
[Step 3 AccelTime]
[Step 4 AccelTime]
[Step 5 AccelTime]
[Step 6 AccelTime]
[Step 7 AccelTime]
[Step 8 AccelTime]
[Step 9 AccelTime]
[Step 10 AccelTime]
[Step 11 AccelTime]
[Step 12 AccelTime]
[Step 13 AccelTime]
[Step 14 AccelTime]
[Step 15 AccelTime]
[Step 16 AccelTime]
This is the acceleration rate for the step.
Sets the time to ramp from zero to
[Maximum Speed].
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Default:
10.0 Secs
Min/Max: 0.0/3600.0 Secs
Units:
0.1 Secs
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733
743
753
763
773
783
793
803
813
823
833
843
853
863
873
Parameter Name & Description
See page 3-2 for symbol descriptions
[Step 1 DecelTime]
[Step 2 DecelTime]
[Step 3 DecelTime]
[Step 4 DecelTime]
[Step 5 DecelTime]
[Step 6 DecelTime]
[Step 7 DecelTime]
[Step 8 DecelTime]
[Step 9 DecelTime]
[Step 10 DecelTime]
[Step 11 DecelTime]
[Step 12 DecelTime]
[Step 13 DecelTime]
[Step 14 DecelTime]
[Step 15 DecelTime]
[Step 16 DecelTime]
Values
Default:
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10.0 Secs
Min/Max: 0.0/3600.0 Secs
Units:
0.1 Secs
Profile Step 1-16
POS/SPD PROFILE
This is the deceleration rate for the step.
Sets the time to ramp from [Maximum
Speed] to zero.
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734
744
754
764
774
784
794
804
814
824
834
844
854
864
874
[Step 1 Value]
[Step 2 Value]
[Step 3 Value]
[Step 4 Value]
[Step 5 Value]
[Step 6 Value]
[Step 7 Value]
[Step 8 Value]
[Step 9 Value]
[Step 10 Value]
[Step 11 Value]
[Step 12 Value]
[Step 13 Value]
[Step 14 Value]
[Step 15 Value]
[Step 16 Value]
Default:
6.0
Min/Max: Based on [Step x Type]
Units:
0.01 Units dependent on
[Step[ x Type]
Sets the step value used for time, time
blend, digital input number, parameter
level and encoder based units. Also
determines the condition to move to the
next step.
Time/Time Blend: 0.00-3600.00 seconds
Digital Input: 1 to 6 (decimal ignored) The
sign value “+” makes inputs “active high”
and a “–”makes them “active low”.
Parameter Level: parameter number
Encoder Absolute/Encoder Incremental/
Encoder Incremental Blend:99,999.00
units (see [Counts per Unit]).
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POS/SPD PROFILE
725
735
745
755
765
775
785
795
805
815
825
835
845
855
865
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Parameter Name & Description
See page 3-2 for symbol descriptions
[Step 1 Dwell]
[Step 2 Dwell]
[Step 3 Dwell]
[Step 4 Dwell]
[Step 5 Dwell]
[Step 6 Dwell]
[Step 7 Dwell]
[Step 8 Dwell]
[Step 9 Dwell]
[Step 10 Dwell]
[Step 11 Dwell]
[Step 12 Dwell]
[Step 13 Dwell]
[Step 14 Dwell]
[Step 15 Dwell]
[Step 16 Dwell]
Values
Default:
10.0
Min/Max: Based on [Step x Type]
Units:
0.01 Secs
If [Step x Type] = “Param
Level,” units are the same
as the parameter number
specified in [Step x Value]
After the condition to move to the next
step has been satisfied, the drive
continues at its present velocity or
position until the dwell time expires. At
that point the next step is executed. Not
applicable for blend-type moves.
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736
746
756
766
776
786
796
806
816
826
836
846
856
866
876
[Step 1 Batch]
[Step 2 Batch]
[Step 3 Batch]
[Step 4 Batch]
[Step 5 Batch]
[Step 6 Batch]
[Step 7 Batch]
[Step 8 Batch]
[Step 9 Batch]
[Step 10 Batch]
[Step 11 Batch]
[Step 12 Batch]
[Step 13 Batch]
[Step 14 Batch]
[Step 15 Batch]
[Step 16 Batch]
Sets the number of times to run this step.
“0” = continuously run this step.
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Default:
1
Min/Max: 0/1000000
Units:
1
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747
757
767
777
787
797
807
817
827
837
847
857
867
877
Parameter Name & Description
See page 3-2 for symbol descriptions
[Step 1 Next]
[Step 2 Next]
[Step 3 Next]
[Step 4 Next]
[Step 5 Next]
[Step 6 Next]
[Step 7 Next]
[Step 8 Next]
[Step 9 Next]
[Step 10 Next]
[Step 11 Next]
[Step 12 Next]
[Step 13 Next]
[Step 14 Next]
[Step 15 Next]
[Step 16 Next]
Values
Default:
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2
Min/Max: 1/16
Units:
1
Sets the step number to execute after
this step is complete (including [Step x
Batch]).
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Programming and Parameters
Parameter Cross Reference – by Name
Parameter Name
Accel Mask
Accel Owner
Accel Time X
Adj Volt AccTime
Adj Volt Command
Adj Volt DecTime
Adj Volt Phase
Adj Volt Preset1-7
Adj Volt Ref Hi
Adj Volt Ref Lo
Adj Volt S Curve
Adj Volt Select
Adj Volt Trim %
Adj Volt Trim Hi
Adj Volt Trim Lo
Adj Volt TrimSel
Alarm Clear
Alarm Config 1
Alarm X @ Fault
Alarm X Code
Analog In X Hi
Analog In X Lo
Analog In X Loss
Analog In1 Value
Analog In2 Value
Analog OutX Hi
Analog OutX Lo
Analog OutX Sel
Anlg In Config
Anlg In Sqr Root
Anlg Out Absolut
Anlg Out Config
Anlg OutX Scale
Anlg OutX Setpt
Auto Rstrt Delay
Auto Rstrt Tries
Autotune
Autotune Torque
Break Frequency
Break Voltage
Brk Alarm Travel
Brk Release Time
Brk Set Time
BrkSlip Count
Bus Reg Kd
Bus Reg Ki
Bus Reg Kp
Bus Reg Mode X
Commanded Freq
Commanded Torque
Compensation
Control Status
Control SW Ver
Counts Per Unit
Current Lmt Gain
Current Lmt Sel
Current Lmt Val
Current Rate Limit
Data In XX
Number
281
293
140, 141
675
662
676
650
654-660
652
653
677
651
672
670
671
669
261
259
229, 230
262-269
322, 325
323, 326
324, 327
16
17
343, 346
344, 347
342, 345
320
321
341
340
354, 355
377, 378
175
174
61
66
72
71
610
604
607
609
165
160
164
161, 162
2
24
56
440
29
708
149
147
148
154
300-307
Group
Masks & Owners
Masks & Owners
Ramp Rates
Adjust Voltage
Adjust Voltage
Adjust Voltage
Adjust Voltage
Adjust Voltage
Adjust Voltage
Adjust Voltage
Adjust Voltage
Adjust Voltage
Adjust Voltage
Adjust Voltage
Adjust Voltage
Adjust Voltage
Alarms
Alarms
Diagnostics
Alarms
Analog Inputs
Analog Inputs
Analog Inputs
Metering
Metering
Analog Outputs
Analog Outputs
Analog Outputs
Analog Inputs
Analog Inputs
Analog Outputs
Analog Outputs
Analog Outputs
Analog Outputs
Restart Modes
Restart Modes
Torq Attributes
Torq Attributes
Volts per Hertz
Volts per Hertz
Torq Proving
Torq Proving
Torq Proving
Torq Proving
Stop/Brake Modes
Stop/Brake Modes
Stop/Brake Modes
Stop/Brake Modes
Metering
Metering
Torq Attributes
Torq Attributes
Drive Data
ProfSetup/Status
Load Limits
Load Limits
Load Limits
Load Limits
Datalinks
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3-26
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3-63
3-63
3-63
3-63
3-65
3-63
3-64
3-64
3-64
3-64
3-44
3-44
3-41
3-44
3-52
3-52
3-52
3-8
3-8
3-53
3-53
3-53
3-51
3-51
3-52
3-52
3-53
3-54
3-30
3-30
3-12
3-13
3-15
3-15
3-61
3-60
3-60
3-61
3-29
3-28
3-29
3-29
3-7
3-8
3-11
3-14
3-9
3-66
3-27
3-26
3-27
3-27
3-49
Parameter Name
Data Out XX
DB Resistor
DB Resistor Type
DB While Stopped
DC Brake Level
DC Brake Time
DC Brk Lvl Sel
DC Bus Memory
DC Bus Voltage
Decel Mask
Decel Owner
Decel Time X
Dig In Status
Dig Out Invert
Dig Out Mask
Dig Out Param
Dig Out Setpt
Dig Out Status
Dig OutX Level
Number
310-317
647
163
145
158
159
157
13
12
282
294
142, 143
216
392
394
393
379
217
381,
385, 389
Dig OutX OffTime 383,
387, 391
Dig OutX OnTime 382,
386, 390
Digital InX Sel
361-366
Digital OutX Sel
380,
384, 388
Direction Mask
279
Direction Mode
190
Direction Owner
291
DPI Baud Rate
270
DPI Fdbk Select
299
DPI Port Sel
274
DPI Port Value
275
DPI Ref Select
298
Drive Alarm X
211, 212
Drive Checksum
203
Drive Logic Rslt
271
Drive OL Count
219
Drive OL Mode
150
Drive Ramp Rslt
273
Drive Ref Rslt
272
Drive Status X
209, 210
Drive Temp
218
Droop RPM @ FLA 152
Dyn UserSet Actv 206
Dyn UserSet Cnfg 204
Dyn UserSet Sel
205
Elapsed kWh
14
Elapsed MWh
9
Elapsed Run Time 10
Enc Position Fdbk 414
Encoder Pos Tol
707
Encoder PPR
413
Encoder Speed
415
Encoder Z Chan
423
Fault 1 Code
243
Fault 1 Time
244
Fault 2 Code
245
Group
Datalinks
Oil Well Pump
Stop/Brake Modes
Stop/Brake Modes
Stop/Brake Modes
Stop/Brake Modes
Stop/Brake Modes
Metering
Metering
Masks & Owners
Masks & Owners
Ramp Rates
Diagnostics
Digital Outputs
Digital Outputs
Digital Outputs
Digital Outputs
Diagnostics
Digital Outputs
Page
3-50
3-62
3-29
3-28
3-28
3-28
3-28
3-7
3-7
3-48
3-49
3-26
3-40
3-58
3-59
3-58
3-56
3-40
3-57
Digital Outputs
3-58
Digital Outputs
3-57
Digital Inputs
Digital Outputs
3-55
3-57
Masks & Owners
Direction Config
Masks & Owners
Comm Control
Comm Control
Comm Control
Comm Control
Comm Control
Diagnostics
Drive Memory
Comm Control
Diagnostics
Load Limits
Comm Control
Comm Control
Diagnostics
Diagnostics
Load Limits
Drive Memory
Drive Memory
Drive Memory
Metering
Metering
Metering
Speed Feedback
ProfSetup/Status
Speed Feedback
Speed Feedback
Speed Feedback
Faults
Faults
Faults
3-48
3-33
3-49
3-46
3-47
3-47
3-47
3-47
3-38
3-36
3-46
3-40
3-27
3-46
3-46
3-37
3-40
3-27
3-37
3-36
3-36
3-8
3-7
3-7
3-15
3-66
3-15
3-15
3-16
3-43
3-43
3-43
Programming and Parameters
Parameter Name
Fault 2 Time
Fault 3 Code
Fault 3 Time
Fault 4 Code
Fault 4 Time
Fault 5 Code
Fault 5 Time
Fault 6 Code
Fault 6 Time
Fault 7 Code
Fault 7 Time
Fault 8 Code
Fault 8 Time
Fault Amps
Fault Bus Volts
Fault Clear
Fault Clear Mode
Fault Clr Mask
Fault Clr Owner
Fault Config 1
Fault Speed
Fdbk Filter Sel
Feedback Select
Find Home Ramp
Find Home Speed
Float Tolerance
Flux Braking
Flux Current
Flux Current Ref
Flux Up Mode
Flux Up Time
Flying Start En
Flying StartGain
Gearbox Limit
Gearbox Rating
Gearbox Sheave
Gearbox Ratio
Gnd Warn Level
Inertia Autotune
IR Voltage Drop
Ixo Voltage Drop
Jog Mask
Jog Owner
Jog Speed 1
Jog Speed 2
Kf Speed Loop
Ki Speed Loop
Kp Speed Loop
Language
Last Stop Source
Load Frm Usr Set
Load Loss Level
Load Loss Time
Local Mask
Local Owner
Logic Mask
Number
246
247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
256
257
258
225
226
240
241
283
295
238
224
416
80
714
713
606
166
5
63
57
58
169
170
648
642
643
644
177
67
62
64
278
290
100
108
447
445
446
201
215
198
187
188
285
297
276
Logic Mask Act
Man Ref Preload
Marker Pulse
Maximum Freq
Maximum Speed
Maximum Voltage
598
193
421
55
82
54
Group
Faults
Faults
Faults
Faults
Faults
Faults
Faults
Faults
Faults
Faults
Faults
Faults
Faults
Diagnostics
Diagnostics
Faults
Faults
Masks & Owners
Masks & Owners
Faults
Diagnostics
Speed Feedback
Spd Mode & Limits
ProfSetup/Status
ProfSetup/Status
Torq Proving
Stop/Brake Modes
Metering
Torq Attributes
Torq Attributes
Torq Attributes
Restart Modes
Restart Modes
Oil Well Pump
Oil Well Pump
Oil Well Pump
Oil Well Pump
Power Loss
Torq Attributes
Torq Attributes
Torq Attributes
Masks & Owners
Masks & Owners
Discrete Speeds
Discrete Speeds
Speed Regulator
Speed Regulator
Speed Regulator
Drive Memory
Diagnostics
Drive Memory
Power Loss
Power Loss
Masks & Owners
Masks & Owners
Masks & Owners
Security
Security
HIM Ref Config
Speed Feedback
Torq Attributes
Spd Mode & Limits
Torq Attributes
Page
3-43
3-43
3-43
3-43
3-43
3-43
3-43
3-43
3-43
3-43
3-43
3-43
3-43
3-41
3-41
3-42
3-43
3-48
3-49
3-42
3-40
3-15
3-17
3-66
3-66
3-60
3-30
3-7
3-12
3-11
3-11
3-30
3-30
3-62
3-62
3-62
3-62
3-32
3-13
3-12
3-12
3-48
3-48
3-20
3-20
3-25
3-25
3-25
3-35
3-39
3-35
3-33
3-33
3-48
3-49
3-47
3-51
3-51
3-34
3-16
3-10
3-17
3-10
Parameter Name
Max Rod Speed
Max Rod Torque
MicroPos Scale%
Min Adj Voltage
Minimum Speed
Min Rod Speed
MOP Adj VoltRate
MOP Mask
MOP Owner
MOP Rate
MOP Reference
Motor Cntl Sel
Motor Fdbk Type
Motor NP FLA
Motor NP Hertz
Motor NP Power
Motor NP RPM
Motor NP Volts
Motor OL Count
Motor OL Factor
Motor OL Hertz
Motor Poles
Motor Sheave
Motor Type
Mtr NP Pwr Units
Mtr OL Trip Time
Mtr Tor Cur Ref
Neg Torque Limit
Notch Filter Freq
Notch Filter K
OilWell Pump Sel
Output Current
Output Freq
Output Power
Output Powr Fctr
Output Voltage
Overspeed Limit
Param Access Lvl
PCP Pump Sheave
PI BW Filter
PI Configuration
PI Control
PI Deriv Time
PI Error Meter
PI Fdback Meter
PI Feedback Hi
PI Feedback Lo
PI Feedback Sel
PI Integral Time
PI Lower Limit
PI Output Gain
PI Output Meter
PI Preload
PI Prop Gain
PI Ref Meter
PI Reference Hi
PI Reference Lo
PI Reference Sel
PI Setpoint
PI Status
PI Upper Limit
Port Mask Act
Pos Reg Filter
Number
640
638
611
661
81
639
663
284
296
195
11
53
412
42
43
45
44
41
220
48
47
49
645
40
46
221
441
437
419
420
641
3
1
7
8
6
83
196
637
139
124
125
459
137
136
462
463
128
129
131
464
138
133
130
135
460
461
126
127
134
132
595
718
Group
Oil Well Pump
Oil Well Pump
Torq Proving
Adjust Voltage
Spd Mode & Limits
Oil Well Pump
Adjust Voltage
Masks & Owners
Masks & Owners
MOP Config
Metering
Torq Attributes
Speed Feedback
Motor Data
Motor Data
Motor Data
Motor Data
Motor Data
Diagnostics
Motor Data
Motor Data
Motor Data
Oil Well Pump
Motor Data
Motor Data
Diagnostics
Torq Attributes
Torq Attributes
Speed Feedback
Speed Feedback
Oil Well Pump
Metering
Metering
Metering
Metering
Metering
Spd Mode & Limits
Drive Memory
Oil Well Pump
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Security
ProfSetup/Status
3-73
Page
3-62
3-62
3-61
3-63
3-17
3-62
3-64
3-48
3-49
3-34
3-7
3-10
3-15
3-9
3-9
3-9
3-9
3-9
3-40
3-10
3-10
3-10
3-62
3-9
3-9
3-40
3-14
3-14
3-15
3-15
3-62
3-7
3-7
3-7
3-7
3-7
3-17
3-35
3-62
3-24
3-22
3-22
3-24
3-24
3-24
3-24
3-24
3-23
3-23
3-23
3-25
3-24
3-23
3-23
3-24
3-24
3-24
3-22
3-23
3-24
3-23
3-50
3-66
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Programming and Parameters
Parameter Name
Pos Reg Gain
Pos Torque Limit
Pos/Spd Prof Cmd
Pos/Spd Prof Sts
Power Loss Level
Power Loss Mode
Power Loss Time
Power Up Marker
Powerup Delay
Preset Speed 1-7
PTC HW Value
Pulse In Scale
Pulse Input Ref
PWM Frequency
Ramped Speed
Rated Amps
Rated kW
Rated Volts
Reference Mask
Reference Owner
Regen Power Limit
Reset Meters
Reset To Defalts
Rev Speed Limit
Rod Load Torque
Run Boost
S Curve %
Save HIM Ref
Save MOP Ref
Save To User Set
ScaleX In Hi
ScaleX In Lo
ScaleX In Value
ScaleX Out Hi
ScaleX Out Lo
ScaleX Out Value
Shear Pin Time
Skip Freq Band
Skip Frequency 1-3
Sleep Level
Sleep Time
Sleep-Wake Mode
Sleep-Wake Ref
Slip Comp Gain
Slip RPM @ FLA
Slip RPM Meter
Spd Dev Band
Spd Fdbk No Filt
SpdBand Integrat
Speed Desired BW
Speed Feedback
Speed Loop Meter
Speed Ref Source
Speed Ref X Hi
Speed Ref X Lo
Speed Ref X Sel
Speed Reference
Speed Units
Speed/Torque Mod
Start At PowerUp
Start Inhibits
Start Mask
Start Owner
Number
719
436
705
700
186
184
185
242
167
101-107
18
422
99
151
22
28
26
27
280
292
153
200
197
454
631
70
146
192
194
199
477-495
478-496
476-494
479-497
480-498
481-499
189
87
84-86
182
183
178
179
122
121
123
602
21
603
449
25
451
213
91, 94
92, 95
90, 93
23
79
88
168
214
277
289
Group
ProfSetup/Status
Torq Attributes
ProfSetup/Status
ProfSetup/Status
Power Loss
Power Loss
Power Loss
Faults
Restart Modes
Discrete Speeds
Metering
Speed Feedback
Speed Reference
Load Limits
Metering
Drive Data
Drive Data
Drive Data
Masks & Owners
Masks & Owners
Load Limits
Drive Memory
Drive Memory
Speed Regulator
Oil Well Pump
Volts per Hertz
Ramp Rates
HIM Ref Config
MOP Config
Drive Memory
Scaled Blocks
Scaled Blocks
Scaled Blocks
Scaled Blocks
Scaled Blocks
Scaled Blocks
Power Loss
Spd Mode & Limits
Spd Mode & Limits
Restart Modes
Restart Modes
Restart Modes
Restart Modes
Slip Comp
Slip Comp
Slip Comp
Torq Proving
Metering
Torq Proving
Speed Regulator
Metering
Speed Regulator
Diagnostics
Speed Reference
Speed Reference
Speed Reference
Metering
Spd Mode & Limits
Spd Mode & Limits
Restart Modes
Diagnostics
Masks & Owners
Masks & Owners
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3-16
3-20
3-27
3-8
3-8
3-8
3-8
3-48
3-49
3-27
3-35
3-35
3-18
3-61
3-14
3-26
3-34
3-34
3-35
3-45
3-45
3-45
3-45
3-45
3-45
3-33
3-18
3-18
3-32
3-32
3-31
3-32
3-21
3-21
3-21
3-60
3-8
3-60
3-25
3-8
3-26
3-39
3-19
3-19
3-19
3-8
3-16
3-18
3-30
3-39
3-47
3-48
Parameter Name
Start/Acc Boost
Status X @ Fault
Step x AccelTime
Step x Batch
Step x DecelTime
Step x Dwell
Step x Next
Step x Type
Step x Value
Step x Velocity
Stop Mode X
Stop Owner
SV Boost Filter
TB Man Ref Hi
TB Man Ref Lo
TB Man Ref Sel
Testpoint X Data
Testpoint X Sel
Torq Ref A Div
TorqAlarm Level
TorqAlarm Action
TorqAlarm Dwell
TorqAlrm Timeout
TorqAlrm TO Act
TorqLim SlewRate
TorqProve Cnfg
TorqProve Setup
TorqProve Status
Torque Current
Torque Ref B Mult
Torque Ref X Hi
Torque Ref X Lo
Torque Ref X Sel
Torque Setpoint
Torque Setpoint2
Total Gear Ratio
Total Inertia
Trim % Setpoint
Trim Hi
Trim In Select
Trim Lo
Trim Out Select
Units Traveled
Vel Override
Voltage Class
Wake Level
Wake Time
Write Mask Act
Write Mask Cfg
ZeroSpdFloatTime
Number
69
227, 228
722…
726…
723…
725…
727…
720…
724…
721…
155, 156
288
59
97
98
96
235, 237
234, 236
430
632
633
634
635
636
608
600
601
612
4
434
428, 432
429, 433
427, 431
435
438
646
450
116
119
117
120
118
701
711
202
180
181
597
596
605
Group
Volts per Hertz
Diagnostics
Profile Setup
Profile Setup
Profile Setup
Profile Setup
Profile Setup
Profile Setup
Profile Setup
Profile Setup
Stop/Brake Modes
Masks & Owners
Torq Attributes
Speed Reference
Speed Reference
Speed Reference
Diagnostics
Diagnostics
Torq Attributes
Oil Well Pump
Oil Well Pump
Oil Well Pump
Oil Well Pump
Oil Well Pump
Torq Proving
Torq Proving
Torq Proving
Torq Proving
Metering
Torq Attributes
Torq Attributes
Torq Attributes
Torq Attributes
Torq Attributes
Torq Attributes
Oil Well Pump
Speed Regulator
Speed Trim
Speed Trim
Speed Trim
Speed Trim
Speed Trim
ProfSetup/Status
ProfSetup/Status
Drive Memory
Restart Modes
Restart Modes
Security
Security
Torq Proving
Page
3-14
3-41
3-68
3-70
3-69
3-70
3-71
3-67
3-69
3-68
3-28
3-48
3-11
3-20
3-20
3-20
3-42
3-42
3-13
3-61
3-61
3-61
3-61
3-62
3-60
3-59
3-60
3-61
3-7
3-13
3-13
3-13
3-13
3-14
3-14
3-62
3-26
3-21
3-21
3-21
3-21
3-21
3-65
3-66
3-36
3-32
3-32
3-50
3-50
3-60
Programming and Parameters
3-75
Parameter Cross Reference – by Number
Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
16
17
18
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
61
62
63
64
66
67
69
70
71
72
79
80
81
82
83
84-86
Parameter Name
Output Freq
Commanded Freq
Output Current
Torque Current
Flux Current
Output Voltage
Output Power
Output Powr Fctr
Elapsed MWh
Elapsed Run Time
MOP Reference
DC Bus Voltage
DC Bus Memory
Elapsed kWh
Analog In1 Value
Analog In2 Value
PTC HW Value
Spd Fdbk No Filt
Ramped Speed
Speed Reference
Commanded Torque
Speed Feedback
Rated kW
Rated Volts
Rated Amps
Control SW Ver
Motor Type
Motor NP Volts
Motor NP FLA
Motor NP Hertz
Motor NP RPM
Motor NP Power
Mtr NP Pwr Units
Motor OL Hertz
Motor OL Factor
Motor Poles
Motor Cntl Sel
Maximum Voltage
Maximum Freq
Compensation
Flux Up Mode
Flux Up Time
SV Boost Filter
Autotune
IR Voltage Drop
Flux Current Ref
Ixo Voltage Drop
Autotune Torque
Inertia Autotune
Start/Acc Boost
Run Boost
Break Voltage
Break Frequency
Speed Units
Feedback Select
Minimum Speed
Maximum Speed
Overspeed Limit
Skip Frequency 1-3
Group
Metering
Metering
Metering
Metering
Metering
Metering
Metering
Metering
Metering
Metering
Metering
Metering
Metering
Metering
Metering
Metering
Metering
Metering
Metering
Metering
Metering
Metering
Drive Data
Drive Data
Drive Data
Drive Data
Motor Data
Motor Data
Motor Data
Motor Data
Motor Data
Motor Data
Motor Data
Motor Data
Motor Data
Motor Data
Torq Attributes
Torq Attributes
Torq Attributes
Torq Attributes
Torq Attributes
Torq Attributes
Torq Attributes
Torq Attributes
Torq Attributes
Torq Attributes
Torq Attributes
Torq Attributes
Torq Attributes
Volts per Hertz
Volts per Hertz
Volts per Hertz
Volts per Hertz
Spd Mode & Limits
Spd Mode & Limits
Spd Mode & Limits
Spd Mode & Limits
Spd Mode & Limits
Spd Mode & Limits
Page
3-7
3-7
3-7
3-7
3-7
3-7
3-7
3-7
3-7
3-7
3-7
3-7
3-7
3-8
3-8
3-8
3-8
3-8
3-8
3-8
3-8
3-8
3-8
3-8
3-8
3-9
3-9
3-9
3-9
3-9
3-9
3-9
3-9
3-10
3-10
3-10
3-10
3-10
3-10
3-11
3-11
3-11
3-11
3-12
3-12
3-12
3-12
3-13
3-13
3-14
3-14
3-15
3-15
3-16
3-17
3-17
3-17
3-17
3-18
Number
87
88
90, 93
91, 94
92, 95
96
97
98
99
100
101-107
108
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140, 141
142, 143
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155, 156
157
158
159
160
161, 162
163
164
165
166
Parameter Name
Skip Freq Band
Speed/Torque Mod
Speed Ref X Sel
Speed Ref X Hi
Speed Ref X Lo
TB Man Ref Sel
TB Man Ref Hi
TB Man Ref Lo
Pulse Input Ref
Jog Speed 1
Preset Speed 1-7
Jog Speed 2
Trim % Setpoint
Trim In Select
Trim Out Select
Trim Hi
Trim Lo
Slip RPM @ FLA
Slip Comp Gain
Slip RPM Meter
PI Configuration
PI Control
PI Reference Sel
PI Setpoint
PI Feedback Sel
PI Integral Time
PI Prop Gain
PI Lower Limit
PI Upper Limit
PI Preload
PI Status
PI Ref Meter
PI Fdback Meter
PI Error Meter
PI Output Meter
PI BW Filter
Accel Time X
Decel Time X
DB While Stopped
S Curve %
Current Lmt Sel
Current Lmt Val
Current Lmt Gain
Drive OL Mode
PWM Frequency
Droop RPM @ FLA
Regen Power Limit
Current Rate Limit
Stop Mode X
DC Brk Lvl Sel
DC Brake Level
DC Brake Time
Bus Reg Ki
Bus Reg Mode X
DB Resistor Type
Bus Reg Kp
Bus Reg Kd
Flux Braking
Group
Spd Mode & Limits
Spd Mode & Limits
Speed Reference
Speed Reference
Speed Reference
Speed Reference
Speed Reference
Speed Reference
Speed Reference
Discrete Speeds
Discrete Speeds
Discrete Speeds
Speed Trim
Speed Trim
Speed Trim
Speed Trim
Speed Trim
Slip Comp
Slip Comp
Slip Comp
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Ramp Rates
Ramp Rates
Stop/Brake Modes
Ramp Rates
Load Limits
Load Limits
Load Limits
Load Limits
Load Limits
Load Limits
Load Limits
Load Limits
Stop/Brake Modes
Stop/Brake Modes
Stop/Brake Modes
Stop/Brake Modes
Stop/Brake Modes
Stop/Brake Modes
Stop/Brake Modes
Stop/Brake Modes
Stop/Brake Modes
Stop/Brake Modes
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225
226
227, 228
229, 230
234, 236
235, 237
238
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
Programming and Parameters
Parameter Name
Powerup Delay
Start At PowerUp
Flying Start En
Flying StartGain
Auto Rstrt Tries
Auto Rstrt Delay
Gnd Warn Level
Sleep-Wake Mode
Sleep-Wake Ref
Wake Level
Wake Time
Sleep Level
Sleep Time
Power Loss Mode
Power Loss Time
Power Loss Level
Load Loss Level
Load Loss Time
Shear Pin Time
Direction Mode
Save HIM Ref
Man Ref Preload
Save MOP Ref
MOP Rate
Param Access Lvl
Reset To Defalts
Load Frm Usr Set
Save To User Set
Reset Meters
Language
Voltage Class
Drive Checksum
Dyn UserSet Cnfg
Dyn UserSet Sel
Dyn UserSet Actv
Drive Status X
Drive Alarm X
Speed Ref Source
Start Inhibits
Last Stop Source
Dig In Status
Dig Out Status
Drive Temp
Drive OL Count
Motor OL Count
Mtr OL Trip Time
Fault Speed
Fault Amps
Fault Bus Volts
Status X @ Fault
Alarm X @ Fault
Testpoint X Sel
Testpoint X Data
Fault Config 1
Fault Clear
Fault Clear Mode
Power Up Marker
Fault 1 Code
Fault 1 Time
Fault 2 Code
Fault 2 Time
Fault 3 Code
Fault 3 Time
Group
Restart Modes
Restart Modes
Restart Modes
Restart Modes
Restart Modes
Restart Modes
Power Loss
Restart Modes
Restart Modes
Restart Modes
Restart Modes
Restart Modes
Restart Modes
Power Loss
Power Loss
Power Loss
Power Loss
Power Loss
Power Loss
Direction Config
HIM Ref Config
HIM Ref Config
MOP Config
MOP Config
Drive Memory
Drive Memory
Drive Memory
Drive Memory
Drive Memory
Drive Memory
Drive Memory
Drive Memory
Drive Memory
Drive Memory
Drive Memory
Diagnostics
Diagnostics
Diagnostics
Diagnostics
Diagnostics
Diagnostics
Diagnostics
Diagnostics
Diagnostics
Diagnostics
Diagnostics
Diagnostics
Diagnostics
Diagnostics
Diagnostics
Diagnostics
Diagnostics
Diagnostics
Faults
Faults
Faults
Faults
Faults
Faults
Faults
Faults
Faults
Faults
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250
251
252
253
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261
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271
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Parameter Name
Fault 4 Code
Fault 4 Time
Fault 5 Code
Fault 5 Time
Fault 6 Code
Fault 6 Time
Fault 7 Code
Fault 7 Time
Fault 8 Code
Fault 8 Time
Alarm Config 1
Alarm Clear
Alarm X Code
DPI Baud Rate
Drive Logic Rslt
Drive Ref Rslt
Drive Ramp Rslt
DPI Port Sel
DPI Port Value
Logic Mask
Start Mask
Jog Mask
Direction Mask
Reference Mask
Accel Mask
Decel Mask
Fault Clr Mask
MOP Mask
Local Mask
Stop Owner
Start Owner
Jog Owner
Direction Owner
Reference Owner
Accel Owner
Decel Owner
Fault Clr Owner
MOP Owner
Local Owner
DPI Ref Select
DPI Fdbk Select
Data In XX
Data Out XX
Anlg In Config
Anlg In Sqr Root
Analog In X Hi
Analog In X Lo
Analog In X Loss
Anlg Out Config
Anlg Out Absolut
Analog OutX Sel
Analog OutX Hi
Analog OutX Lo
Anlg OutX Scale
Digital InX Sel
Anlg OutX Setpt
Dig Out Setpt
Digital OutX Sel
Group
Faults
Faults
Faults
Faults
Faults
Faults
Faults
Faults
Faults
Faults
Alarms
Alarms
Alarms
Comm Control
Comm Control
Comm Control
Comm Control
Comm Control
Comm Control
Masks & Owners
Security
Masks & Owners
Masks & Owners
Masks & Owners
Masks & Owners
Masks & Owners
Masks & Owners
Masks & Owners
Masks & Owners
Masks & Owners
Masks & Owners
Masks & Owners
Masks & Owners
Masks & Owners
Masks & Owners
Masks & Owners
Masks & Owners
Masks & Owners
Masks & Owners
Masks & Owners
Comm Control
Comm Control
Datalinks
Datalinks
Analog Inputs
Analog Inputs
Analog Inputs
Analog Inputs
Analog Inputs
Analog Outputs
Analog Outputs
Analog Outputs
Analog Outputs
Analog Outputs
Analog Outputs
Digital Inputs
Analog Outputs
Digital Outputs
Digital Outputs
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341
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343, 346
344, 347
354, 355
361-366
377, 378
379
380,
384, 388
381,
385, 389
Dig OutX Level
Digital Outputs
3-57
Programming and Parameters
Number
382,
386, 390
383,
387, 391
392
393
394
412
413
414
415
416
419
420
421
422
423
427, 431
428, 432
429, 433
430
434
435
436
437
438
440
441
445
446
447
449
450
451
454
459
460
461
462
463
464
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477-495
478-496
479-497
480-498
481-499
595
596
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598
600
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603
604
605
606
607
608
609
610
611
Parameter Name
Dig OutX OnTime
Group
Digital Outputs
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Digital Outputs
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Dig Out Invert
Dig Out Param
Dig Out Mask
Motor Fdbk Type
Encoder PPR
Enc Position Fdbk
Encoder Speed
Fdbk Filter Sel
Notch Filter Freq
Notch Filter K
Marker Pulse
Pulse In Scale
Encoder Z Chan
Torque Ref X Sel
Torque Ref X Hi
Torque Ref X Lo
Torq Ref A Div
Torque Ref B Mult
Torque Setpoint
Pos Torque Limit
Neg Torque Limit
Torque Setpoint2
Control Status
Mtr Tor Cur Ref
Ki Speed Loop
Kp Speed Loop
Kf Speed Loop
Speed Desired BW
Total Inertia
Speed Loop Meter
Rev Speed Limit
PI Deriv Time
PI Reference Hi
PI Reference Lo
PI Feedback Hi
PI Feedback Lo
PI Output Gain
ScaleX In Value
ScaleX In Hi
ScaleX In Lo
ScaleX Out Hi
ScaleX Out Lo
ScaleX Out Value
Port Mask Act
Write Mask Cfg
Write Mask Act
Logic Mask Act
TorqProve Cnfg
TorqProve Setup
Spd Dev Band
SpdBand Integrat
Brk Release Time
ZeroSpdFloatTime
Float Tolerance
Brk Set Time
TorqLim SlewRate
BrkSlip Count
Brk Alarm Travel
MicroPos Scale%
Digital Outputs
Digital Outputs
Digital Outputs
Speed Feedback
Speed Feedback
Speed Feedback
Speed Feedback
Speed Feedback
Speed Feedback
Speed Feedback
Speed Feedback
Speed Feedback
Speed Feedback
Torq Attributes
Torq Attributes
Torq Attributes
Torq Attributes
Torq Attributes
Torq Attributes
Torq Attributes
Torq Attributes
Torq Attributes
Torq Attributes
Torq Attributes
Speed Regulator
Speed Regulator
Speed Regulator
Speed Regulator
Speed Regulator
Speed Regulator
Speed Regulator
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Scaled Blocks
Scaled Blocks
Scaled Blocks
Scaled Blocks
Scaled Blocks
Scaled Blocks
Security
Security
Security
Security
Torq Proving
Torq Proving
Torq Proving
Torq Proving
Torq Proving
Torq Proving
Torq Proving
Torq Proving
Torq Proving
Torq Proving
Torq Proving
Torq Proving
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3-15
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3-15
3-15
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3-16
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3-13
3-13
3-13
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3-14
3-14
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3-14
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3-25
3-25
3-25
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3-26
3-18
3-24
3-24
3-24
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3-24
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632
633
634
635
636
637
638
639
640
641
642
643
644
645
646
647
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650
651
652
653
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661
662
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669
670
671
672
675
676
677
700
701
705
707
708
711
713
714
718
719
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721…
722…
723…
724…
725…
726…
727…
Parameter Name
TorqProve Status
Rod Load Torque
TorqAlarm Level
TorqAlarm Action
TorqAlarm Dwell
TorqAlrm Timeout
TorqAlrm TO Act
PCP Pump Sheave
Max Rod Torque
Min Rod Speed
Max Rod Speed
OilWell Pump Sel
Gearbox Rating
Gearbox Sheave
Gearbox Ratio
Motor Sheave
Total Gear Ratio
DB Resistor
Gearbox Limit
Adj Volt Phase
Adj Volt Select
Adj Volt Ref Hi
Adj Volt Ref Lo
Adj Volt Preset1-7
Min Adj Voltage
Adj Volt Command
MOP Adj VoltRate
Adj Volt TrimSel
Adj Volt Trim Hi
Adj Volt Trim Lo
Adj Volt Trim %
Adj Volt AccTime
Adj Volt DecTime
Adj Volt S Curve
Pos/Spd Prof Sts
Units Traveled
Pos/Spd Prof Cmd
Encoder Pos Tol
Counts Per Unit
Vel Override
Find Home Speed
Find Home Ramp
Pos Reg Filter
Pos Reg Gain
Step x Type
Step x Velocity
Step x AccelTime
Step x DecelTime
Step x Value
Step x Dwell
Step x Batch
Step x Next
Group
Torq Proving
Oil Well Pump
Oil Well Pump
Oil Well Pump
Oil Well Pump
Oil Well Pump
Oil Well Pump
Oil Well Pump
Oil Well Pump
Oil Well Pump
Oil Well Pump
Oil Well Pump
Oil Well Pump
Oil Well Pump
Oil Well Pump
Oil Well Pump
Oil Well Pump
Oil Well Pump
Oil Well Pump
Adjust Voltage
Adjust Voltage
Adjust Voltage
Adjust Voltage
Adjust Voltage
Adjust Voltage
Adjust Voltage
Adjust Voltage
Adjust Voltage
Adjust Voltage
Adjust Voltage
Adjust Voltage
Adjust Voltage
Adjust Voltage
Adjust Voltage
ProfSetup/Status
ProfSetup/Status
ProfSetup/Status
ProfSetup/Status
ProfSetup/Status
ProfSetup/Status
ProfSetup/Status
ProfSetup/Status
ProfSetup/Status
ProfSetup/Status
Profile Setup
Profile Setup
Profile Setup
Profile Setup
Profile Setup
Profile Setup
Profile Setup
Profile Setup
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Chapter 4
Troubleshooting
Chapter 4 provides information to guide you in troubleshooting the
PowerFlex 700. Included is a listing and description of drive faults (with
possible solutions, when applicable) and alarms.
For information on…
Faults and Alarms
Drive Status
Manually Clearing Faults
Fault Descriptions
Clearing Alarms
Alarm Descriptions
Common Symptoms and Corrective Actions
Testpoint Codes and Functions
See page…
4-1
4-2
4-4
4-4
4-10
4-10
4-13
4-16
Faults and Alarms
A fault is a condition that stops the drive. There are three fault types.
Type Fault Description
➀ Auto-Reset Run When this type of fault occurs, and [Auto Rstrt Tries] (see
page 3-30) is set to a value greater than “0,” a
user-configurable timer, [Auto Rstrt Delay] (see page 3-30)
begins. When the timer reaches zero, the drive attempts to
automatically reset the fault. If the condition that caused the
fault is no longer present, the fault will be reset and the drive
will be restarted.
Non-Resettable
This
type of fault normally requires drive or motor repair. The
➁
cause of the fault must be corrected before the fault can be
cleared. The fault will be reset on power up after repair.
➂ User Configurable These faults can be enabled/disabled to annunciate or ignore
a fault condition.
An alarm is a condition that, if left untreated, may stop the drive. There
are two alarm types.
Type Alarm Description
➀ User Configurable These alarms can be enabled or disabled through
[Alarm Config 1] on page 3-44.
Non-Configurable
These alarms are always enabled.
➁
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Troubleshooting
Drive Status
The condition or state of your drive is constantly monitored. Any
changes will be indicated through the LEDs and/or the HIM (if present).
Front Panel LED Indications
Figure 4.1 Typical Drive Status Indicators
POWER
➊
S.M.A.R.T.
Exit
Esc
Sel
Alt
Lang
Auto / Man
7
8
9
4
5
6
1
2
3
.
0
Remove
➋
Jog
+/-
POWER
STS
STS
S.M.A.R.T.
Exit
Esc
Sel
8
4
5
1
2
.
0
Alt
Exp
Param #
Exp
Lang
7
PORT
PORT
MOD
MOD
NET A
NET A
NET B
NET B
Auto / Man Remove
9
6
Jog
3
+/Param #
➌
CAUTION
HOT surfaces can cause severe burns
#
➊
➋
Name Color
PWR
Green
(Power)
STS
Green
(Status)
Yellow
See
page 4-10
➌
PORT
MOD
NET A
NET B
Red
See
page 4-4
Green
Yellow
Red
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HOT surfaces can cause severe burns
State
Steady
Description
Illuminates when power is applied to the drive.
Flashing
Steady
Flashing,
Drive Stopped
Flashing,
Drive Running
Steady,
Drive Running
Flashing
Steady
Drive ready, but not running & no faults are present.
Drive running, no faults are present.
A start inhibit condition exists, the drive cannot be
started. Check parameter 214 [Start Inhibits].
An intermittent type 1 alarm condition is occurring.
Check parameter 211 [Drive Alarm 1].
A continuous type 1 alarm condition exists.
Check parameter 211 [Drive Alarm 1].
Fault has occurred. Check [Fault x Code] or Fault Queue.
A non-resettable fault has occurred.
–
–
–
–
Status of DPI port internal communications (if present).
Status of communications module (when installed).
Status of network (if connected).
Status of secondary network (if connected).
Troubleshooting
4-3
Precharge Board LED Indications
Precharge Board LED indicators are found on Frame 5 & 6 drives. The
LEDs are located above the “Line Type” jumper shown in Figure 1.2.
Name Color State
Power Green Steady
Alarm Yellow Flashing
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
Fault Red Flashing
[2]
[4]
(1)
(2)
Description
Indicates when precharge board power supply is operational
Number in “[ ]” indicates flashes and associated alarm (1):
Low line voltage (<90%).
Very low line voltage (<50%).
Low phase (one phase <80% of line voltage).
Frequency out of range or asymmetry (line sync failed).
Low DC bus voltage (triggers ride-through operation).
Input frequency momentarily out of range (40-65 Hz).
DC bus short circuit detection active.
Number in “[ ]” indicates flashes and associated fault (2):
DC bus short (Udc <2% after 20 ms).
Line sync failed or low line (Uac <50% Unom).
An alarm condition automatically resets when the condition no longer exists
A fault indicates a malfunction that must be corrected and can only be reset after cycling power.
HIM Indication
The LCD HIM also provides visual notification of a fault or alarm
condition.
Condition
Drive is indicating a fault.
The LCD HIM immediately reports the fault condition
by displaying the following.
• “Faulted” appears in the status line
• Fault number
• Fault name
• Time that has passed since fault occurred
Press Esc to regain HIM control.
Drive is indicating an alarm.
The LCD HIM immediately reports the alarm condition
by displaying the following.
• Alarm name (Type 2 alarms only)
• Alarm bell graphic
Display
F-> Faulted
Auto
0.0 Hz
Fault — F
—
5
Main
Menu:
OverVoltage
Diagnostics
Time Since Fault
0000:23:52
Parameter
F-> Power Loss
Auto
0.0 Hz
Main Menu:
Diagnostics
Parameter
Device Select
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Troubleshooting
Manually Clearing Faults
Step
1. Press Esc to acknowledge the fault. The fault information will be
removed so that you can use the HIM.
Key(s)
Esc
2. Address the condition that caused the fault.
The cause must be corrected before the fault can be cleared.
3. After corrective action has been taken, clear the fault by one of
these methods.
• Press Stop
• Cycle drive power
• Set parameter 240 [Fault Clear] to “1.”
• “Clear Faults” on the HIM Diagnostic menu.
Fault Descriptions
Type(1)
Fault
Analog In Loss
No.
Table 4.A Fault Types, Descriptions and Actions
Description
An analog input is configured to
fault on signal loss. A signal loss
has occurred.
Configure with [Anlg In 1, 2 Loss]
on page 3-52.
The checksum read from the
analog calibration data does not
match the checksum calculated.
Drive unsuccessfully attempted to
reset a fault and resume running
for the programmed number of [Flt
RstRun Tries].
Enable/Disable with [Fault Config
1] on page 3-42.
Autotune function was canceled
by the user or a fault occurred.
Auxiliary input interlock is open.
Action
1. Check parameters.
2. Check for broken/loose
connections at inputs.
Cntl Bd Overtemp 55
The temperature sensor on the
Main Control Board detected
excessive heat.
DB Resistance
Resistance of the internal DB
resistor is out of range.
1. Check Main Control Board fan.
2. Check surrounding air
temperature.
3. Verify proper mounting/cooling.
Replace resistor.
29
➀
➂
Anlg Cal Chksum 108
Auto Rstrt Tries
33
➂
AutoTune Aborted 80
Auxiliary Input
2
➀
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Replace drive.
Correct the cause of the fault and
manually clear.
Restart procedure.
Check remote wiring.
Fault
Decel Inhibit
24
Drive OverLoad
64
Drive Powerup
49
Excessive Load
79
Encoder Loss
91
Type(1)
No.
Troubleshooting
➂
Encoder Quad Err 90
Fatal Faults
900930
Faults Cleared
52
➁
Flt QueueCleared 51
FluxAmpsRef
Rang
78
Ground Fault
13
Hardware Fault
93
Hardware Fault
130
Hardware Fault
131
➀
4-5
Description
The drive is not following a
commanded deceleration
because it is attempting to limit
bus voltage.
Action
1. Verify input voltage is within drive
specified limits.
2. Verify system ground impedance
follows proper grounding
techniques.
3. Disable bus regulation and/or add
dynamic brake resistor and/or
extend deceleration time. Refer
to the Attention statement on
page P-4 for further info.
Drive rating of 110% for 1 minute Reduce load or extend Accel Time.
or 150% for 3 seconds has been
exceeded.
No fault displayed. Used as a Power Up Marker in the Fault Queue
indicating that the drive power has been cycled.
Motor did not come up to speed in 1. Uncouple load from motor.
the allotted time during autotune. 2. Repeat Autotune.
Requires differential encoder.
1. Check Wiring.
One of the 2 encoder channel
2. Check motor rotation.
signals is missing.
3. Check encoder pulses, rotation,
etc.
4. Replace encoder.
Both encoder channels changed 1. Check for externally induced
state within one clock cycle.
noise.
2. Replace encoder.
Diagnostic code indicating a drive 1. Cycle power.
malfunction.
2. Replace Main Control Board.
3. Contact Tech Support.
No fault displayed. Used as a marker in the Fault Queue indicating that
the fault clear function was performed.
No fault displayed. Used as a marker in the Fault Queue indicating that
the clear queue function was performed.
1. Reprogram [Motor NP FLA] with
The value for flux amps
the correct motor nameplate
determined by the Autotune
value.
procedure exceeds the
programmed [Motor NP FLA].
2. Repeat Autotune.
A current path to earth ground
Check the motor and external wiring
greater than 25% of drive rating. to the drive output terminals for a
grounded condition.
Hardware enable is disabled
1. Check jumper.
(jumpered high) but logic pin is 2. Replace Main Control Board.
still low.
Gate array load error.
1. Cycle power.
2. Replace Main Control Board.
Dual port failure.
1. Cycle power.
2. Replace Main Control Board.
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Fault
Hardware PTC
Type(1)
Troubleshooting
No.
4-6
18
Heatsink OvrTemp 8
➀
HW OverCurrent
➀
12
Incompat MCB-PB 106
I/O Comm Loss
121
I/O Failure
122
➁
Input Phase Loss 17
IR Volts Range
77
IXo VoltageRange 87
Load Loss
15
Motor Overload
7
➀
➂
Motor Thermistor 16
NVS I/O
Checksum
109
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Description
Action
Motor PTC (Positive Temperature
Coefficient) Overtemp.
Heatsink temperature exceeds 1. Verify that maximum ambient
temperature has not been
100% of [Drive Temp] or is less
exceeded.
than approximately -19 degrees
C.
2. Check fan.
3. Check for excess load.
4. In cold ambient temperatures,
add space heaters.
The drive output current has
Check programming. Check for
exceeded the hardware current excess load, improper DC boost
limit.
setting, DC brake volts set too high or
other causes of excess current.
Drive rating information stored on 1. Load compatible version files into
the power board is incompatible
drive.
with the main control board.
2. Frame 7-10 drives must have
firmware version 4.009 or greater.
I/O Board lost communications Check connector. Check for induced
with the Main Control Board.
noise. Replace I/O board or Main
Control Board.
I/O was detected, but failed the Replace Main Control Board.
powerup sequence.
The DC bus ripple has exceeded Check incoming power for a missing
a preset level.
phase/blown fuse.
“Calculate” is the autotune default Re-enter motor nameplate data.
and the value determined by the
autotune procedure for IR Drop
Volts is not in the range of
acceptable values.
Voltage calculated for motor
1. Check for proper motor sizing.
inductive impedance exceeds
2. Check for correct programming of
25% of [Motor NP Volts].
[Motor NP Volts], parameter 41.
3. Additional output impedance may
be required.
1. Verify connections between motor
Drive output torque current is
and load.
below [Load Loss Level] for a time
period greater than [Load Loss 2. Verify level and time
time].
requirements.
Internal electronic overload trip. An excessive motor load exists.
Enable/Disable with [Fault Config Reduce load so drive output current
does not exceed the current set by
1] on page 3-42.
[Motor NP FLA].
Thermistor output is out of range. 1. Verify that thermistor is
connected.
2. Motor is overheated. Reduce
load.
EEprom checksum error.
1. Cycle power and repeat function.
2. Replace Main Control Board.
Type(1)
Fault
NVS I/O Failure
No.
Troubleshooting
110
Output PhaseLoss 21
OverSpeed Limit
25
➀
OverVoltage
5
➀
Parameter
Chksum
100
➁
Params Defaulted 48
Phase U to Grnd
38
Phase V to Grnd
39
Phase W to Grnd 40
Phase UV Short
41
Phase VW Short
42
Phase UW Short
43
Port 1-5 DPI Loss 8185
Port 1-5 Adapter
7175
➁
4-7
Description
EEprom I/O error.
Action
1. Cycle power and repeat function.
2. Replace Main Control Board.
Current in one or more phases Check the drive and motor wiring.
has been lost or remains below a Check for phase-to-phase continuity
preset level.
at the motor terminals. Check for
disconnected motor leads.
Remove excessive load or
Functions such as Slip
Compensation or Bus Regulation overhauling conditions or increase
have attempted to add an output [Overspeed Limit].
frequency adjustment greater
than that programmed in
[Overspeed Limit].
DC bus voltage exceeded
Monitor the AC line for high line
maximum value.
voltage or transient conditions. Bus
overvoltage can also be caused by
motor regeneration. Extend the decel
time or install dynamic brake option.
The checksum read from the
1. Restore defaults.
board does not match the
2. Reload User Set if used.
checksum calculated.
The drive was commanded to
1. Clear the fault or cycle power to
write default values to EEPROM.
the drive.
2. Program the drive parameters as
needed.
A phase to ground fault has been 1. Check the wiring between the
detected between the drive and
drive and motor.
motor in this phase.
2. Check motor for grounded phase.
3. Replace drive.
Excessive current has been
1. Check the motor and drive output
detected between these two
terminal wiring for a shorted
output terminals.
condition.
2. Replace drive.
DPI port stopped communicating. 1. If adapter was not intentionally
disconnected, check wiring to the
A SCANport device was
port. Replace wiring, port
connected to a drive operating
expander, adapters, Main Control
DPI devices at 500k baud.
Board or complete drive as
required.
2. Check HIM connection.
3. If an adapter was intentionally
disconnected and the [Logic
Mask] bit for that adapter is set to
“1”, this fault will occur. To disable
this fault, set the [Logic Mask] bit
for the adapter to “0.”
The communications card has a 1. Check DPI device event queue
fault.
and corresponding fault
information for the device.
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Power Loss
3
Power Unit
70
Pulse In Loss
92
Type(1)
Troubleshooting
No.
4-8
➀
➂
Pwr Brd Chksum1 104
Pwr Brd Chksum2 105
➁
Replaced MCB-PB 107
➁
See Manual
28
Shear Pin
63
Software Fault
Software Fault
SW OverCurrent
88
89
36
➂
➀
TorqPrv Spd Band 20
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Description
DC bus voltage remained below
85% of nominal for longer than
[Power Loss Time]. Enable/
Disable with [Fault Config 1] on
page 3-42.
One or more of the output
transistors were operating in the
active region instead of
desaturation. This can be caused
by excessive transistor current or
insufficient base drive voltage.
Z Channel is selected as a pulse
input and no signal is present.
The checksum read from the
EEPROM does not match the
checksum calculated from the
EEPROM data.
The checksum read from the
board does not match the
checksum calculated.
Main Control Board was replaced
and parameters were not
programmed.
Encoderless TorqProve has been
enabled but user has not read and
understood application concerns
of encoderless operation.
Programmed [Current Lmt Val]
has been exceeded. Enable/
Disable with [Fault Config 1] on
page 3-42.
Microprocessor handshake error.
Microprocessor handshake error.
Drive output current has
exceeded the 1ms current rating.
This rating is greater than the 3
second current rating and less
than the hardware overcurrent
fault level. It is typically 200- 250%
of the drive continuous rating.
Difference between [Commanded
Speed] and [Encoder Speed] has
exceeded the level set in [Spd
Dev Band] for a time period
greater than [Spd Band Integrat].
Action
Monitor the incoming AC line for low
voltage or line power interruption.
1. Check for damaged output
transistors.
2. Replace drive.
1. Check wiring.
2. Replace pulse generator.
Clear the fault or cycle power to the
drive.
1. Cycle power to the drive.
2. If problem persists, replace drive.
1. Restore defaults.
2. Reprogram parameters.
1. Read the “Attention” on page C-5
relating to the use of TorqProve
with no encoder.
Check load requirements and
[Current Lmt Val] setting.
Replace Main Control Board.
Replace Main Control Board.
Check for excess load, improper DC
boost setting. DC brake volts set too
high.
1. Check wiring between drive and
motor.
2. Check release of mechanical
brake.
Fault
Trnsistr OvrTemp 9
UnderVoltage
4
UserSet1 Chksum 101
UserSet2 Chksum 102
UserSet3 Chksum 103
(1)
Type(1)
No.
Troubleshooting
➀
➀
➂
➁
➁
➁
4-9
Description
Action
Output transistors have exceeded 1. Verify that maximum ambient
their maximum operating
temperature has not been
temperature.
exceeded.
2. Check fan.
3. Check for excess load.
Monitor the incoming AC line for low
DC bus voltage fell below the
voltage or power interruption.
minimum value of 407V DC at
400/480V input or 204V DC at
200/240V input. Enable/Disable
with [Fault Config 1] (page 3-42).
The checksum read from the user Re-save user set.
set does not match the checksum
calculated.
See page 4-1 for a description of fault types.
Table 4.B Fault Cross Reference
No.(1)
2
3
4
5
7
8
9
12
13
15
16
17
18
20
21
24
25
28
29
33
36
(1)
Fault
Auxiliary Input
Power Loss
UnderVoltage
OverVoltage
Motor Overload
Heatsink OvrTemp
Trnsistr OvrTemp
HW OverCurrent
Ground Fault
Load Loss
Motor Thermistor
Input Phase Loss
Hardware PTC
TorqPrv Spd Band
Output PhaseLoss
Decel Inhibit
OverSpeed Limit
See Manual
Analog In Loss
Auto Rstrt Tries
SW OverCurrent
No. (1)
38
39
40
41
42
43
48
49
51
52
55
63
64
69
70
71- 75
77
78
79
80
81- 85
Fault
Phase U to Grnd
Phase V to Grnd
Phase W to Grnd
Phase UV Short
Phase VW Short
Phase UW Short
Params Defaulted
Drive Powerup
Flt QueueCleared
Faults Cleared
Cntl Bd Overtemp
Shear Pin
Drive OverLoad
DB Resistance
Power Unit
Port 1-5 Adapter
IR Volts Range
FluxAmpsRef Rang
Excessive Load
AutoTune Aborted
Port 1-5 DPI Loss
No. (1)
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
100
101-103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
121
122
130
131
900-930
Fault
IXo VoltageRange
Software Fault
Software Fault
Encoder Quad Err
Encoder Loss
Pulse In Loss
Hardware Fault
Parameter Chksum
UserSet Chksum
Pwr Brd Chksum1
Pwr Brd Chksum2
Incompat MCB-PB
Replaced MCB-PB
Anlg Cal Chksum
NVS I/O Checksum
NVS I/O Failure
I/O Comm Loss
I/O Failure
Hardware Fault
Hardware Fault
Fatal Faults
Fault numbers not listed are reserved for future use.
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Troubleshooting
Clearing Alarms
Alarms are automatically cleared when the condition that caused the
alarm is no longer present.
Alarm Descriptions
No.
Type(1)
Table 4.C Alarm Descriptions and Actions
33
➀
5
➀
20
➁
Brake Slipped 32
➁
Decel Inhibt
10
Dig In
ConflictA
17
➀
➁
Alarm
AdjVoltRef
Cflct
Analog In
Loss
Bipolar
Conflict
Description
Invalid adjustable voltage reference selection conflict.
An analog input is configured for “Alarm” on signal loss and signal loss has
occurred.
Parameter 190 [Direction Mode] is set to “Bipolar” or “Reverse Dis” and one
or more of the following digital input functions is configured: “Fwd/Reverse,”
“Run Forward,” “Run Reverse,” “Jog Forward” or “Jog Reverse.”
Encoder movement has exceeded the level in [BrkSlipCount] after the brake
was set.
Drive is being inhibited from decelerating.
Digital input functions are in conflict. Combinations marked with a “ ” will
cause an alarm.
Acc2/Dec2 Accel 2 Decel 2 Jog 1/2 Jog Fwd Jog Rev Fwd/Rev
Acc2/Dec2
Accel 2
Decel 2
Jog 1/2
Jog Fwd
Jog Rev
Fwd/Rev
Dig In
ConflictB
18
➁
A digital Start input has been configured without a Stop input or other
functions are in conflict. Combinations that conflict are marked with a “ ”
and will cause an alarm.
Start
Start
Stop-CF
Run
Run Fwd
Run Rev
Jog 1/2
Jog Fwd
Jog Rev
Fwd/Rev
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Fwd/
CF Run Run Fwd Run Rev 1/2 Jog Fwd Jog Rev Rev
Type(1)
Alarm
Dig In
ConflictC
No.
Troubleshooting
19
➁
Description
More than one physical input has been configured to the same input function.
Multiple configurations are not allowed for the following input functions.
Forward/Reverse
Speed Select 1
Speed Select 2
Speed Select 3
Run Forward
Drive OL
Level 1
8
➀
Drive OL
Level 2
9
➀
FluxAmpsRef 26
Rang
Ground Warn 15
Home Not Set 34
➁
➀
➀
13
➀
6
➀
25
➁
Ixo Vlt Rang
28
Load Loss
14
➁
➀
MaxFreq
Conflict
23
➁
Motor
Thermistor
Motor Type
Cflct
12
➀
21
➁
In Phase
Loss
IntDBRes
OvrHeat
IR Volts
Range
4-11
Run Reverse
Jog Forward
Jog Reverse
Run
Stop Mode B
Bus Regulation Mode B
Acc2 / Dec2
Accel 2
Decel 2
The calculated IGBT temperature requires a reduction in PWM frequency. If
[Drive OL Mode] is disabled and the load is not reduced, an overload fault will
eventually occur.
The calculated IGBT temperature requires a reduction in Current Limit. If
[Drive OL Mode] is disabled and the load is not reduced, an overload fault will
eventually occur.
The calculated or measured Flux Amps value is not within the expected
range. Verify motor data and rerun motor tests.
Ground current has exceeded the level set in [Gnd Warn Level].
Configurable alarm set in parameter 259, bit 17. When set to “1,” this alarm is
displayed when any of the following occur:
• parameter 88 is set to “7” (Pos/Spd Prof)
• on power up and parameter 88 = “7”
• recall user sets and parameter 88 = “7”
Alarm is cleared when:
• setting parameter 88 to a value other than “7”
• reset defaults
• parameter 259, bit 17 is cleared
• a digital input is configured as “Set Home” and input is True
• parameter 705, bit 9 is “Enabled”
• parameter 700, bit 13 (At Home) is “Enabled” - position regulator will set
this bit if device is “home”
The DC bus ripple has exceeded a preset level.
The drive has temporarily disabled the DB regulator because the resistor
temperature has exceeded a predetermined value.
The drive auto tuning default is “Calculate” and the value calculated for IR
Drop Volts is not in the range of acceptable values. This alarm should clear
when all motor nameplate data is properly entered.
Motor leakage inductance is out of range.
Output torque current is below [Load Loss Level] for a time period greater
than [Load Loss time].
The sum of [Maximum Speed] and [Overspeed Limit] exceeds [Maximum
Freq]. Raise [Maximum Freq] or lower [Maximum Speed] and/or [Overspeed
Limit] so that the sum is less than or equal to [Maximum Freq].
The value at the thermistor terminals has been exceeded.
[Motor Type] has been set to “Synchr Reluc” or “Synchr PM” and one or more
of the following exist:
• [Motor Cntl Sel] = “Sensrls Vect,” “SV Economize” or “Fan/Pmp V/Hz.”
• [Flux Up Time] is greater than 0.0 Secs.
• [Speed Mode] is set to “Slip Comp.”
• [Autotune] = “Static Tune” or “Rotate Tune.”
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Alarm
NP Hz
Conflict
PI Config
Conflict
Power Loss
Type(1)
Troubleshooting
No.
4-12
22
➁
52
➁
3
Description
Fan/pump mode is selected in [Motor Cntl Sel] and the ratio of [Motor NP
Hertz] to [Maximum Freq] is greater than 26.
Check [PI Configuration], both “AdjVoltTrim” & “Torque Trim” are selected.
1
➀
➀
Drive has sensed a power line loss.
Precharge
Active
Prof Step
Cflct
50
➁
PTC Conflict
31
➁
Sleep Config 29
➁
Speed Ref
Cflct
Start At
PowerUp
TB Man Ref
Cflct
27
➁
An error is detected in trend step(s).
• Set if Sleep Mode is enabled.
• Set if:
any profile step uses “Encoder Incr” and/or “Enc Absolute” and
[Motor Cntl Sel], parameter 53 is not set to “FVC Vector” and
[Feedback Select], parameter 80 is not set to “Encoder” or “Simulator”
and [Speed/Torque Mod], parameter 88 = “7” (Pos/Spd Prof).
• a Step Type is configured for “Dig Input” and the Step Value is greater
than 6, less than –6, or zero or
the digital input selected with [Digital Inx Sel] is not set to “57, Prof Input.”
• Cleared if none of the above occur.
PTC is enabled for Analog In 1, which is configured as a 0-20 mA current
source in [Anlg In Config].
Sleep/Wake configuration error. With [Sleep-Wake Mode] = “Direct,” possible
causes include: drive is stopped and [Wake Level] < [Sleep Level].“Stop=CF,”
“Run,” “Run Forward,” or “Run Reverse” is not configured in [Digital Inx Sel].
[Speed Ref x Sel] or [PI Reference Sel] is set to “Reserved”.
4
➀
30
➁
Drive is in the initial DC bus precharge state.
[Start At PowerUp] is enabled. Drive may start at any time within 10 seconds
of drive powerup.
Occurs when:
• “Auto/Manual” is selected (default) for [Digital In3 Sel], parameter 363 and
• [TB Man Ref Sel], parameter 96 has been reprogrammed.
No other use for the selected analog input may be programmed.
Example: If [TB Man Ref Sel] is reprogrammed to “Analog In 2,” all of the
factory default uses for “Analog In 2” must be reprogramed (such as
parameters 90, 117, 128 and 179). See also page 1-25.
TorqProve
49
Cflct
UnderVoltage 2
VHz Neg Slope 24
Waking
(1)
11
➁
➀
➁
➀
To correct:
• Verify/reprogram the parameters that reference an analog input or
• Reprogram [Digital In3] to another function or “Unused.”
When [TorqProve Cnfg] is enabled, [Motor Cntl Sel], [Feedback Select] and
[Motor Fdbk Type] must be properly set (refer to page C-7).
The bus voltage has dropped below a predetermined value.
[Torq Perf Mode] = “Custom V/Hz” & the V/Hz slope is negative.
The Wake timer is counting toward a value that will start the drive.
See page 4-1 for a description of alarm types.
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Table 4.D Alarm Cross Reference
No. (1)
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
9
10
11
12
13
(1)
Alarm
Precharge Active
UnderVoltage
Power Loss
Start At PowerUp
Analog in Loss
IntDBRes OvrHeat
Drive OL Level 1
Drive OL Level 2
Decel Inhibt
Waking
Motor Thermistor
In Phase Loss
No. (1)
14
15
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
Alarm
Load Loss
Ground Warn
Dig In ConflictA
Dig In ConflictB
Dig In ConflictC
Bipolar Conflict
Motor Type Cflct
NP Hz Conflict
MaxFreq Conflict
VHz Neg Slope
IR Volts Range
FluxAmpsRef Rang
No. (1)
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
49
50
52
Alarm
Speed Ref Cflct
Ixo Vlt Rang
Sleep Config
TB Man Ref Cflct
PTC Conflict
Brake Slipped
AdjVoltRef Cflct
Home Not Set
Torq Prove Cflct
Prof Step Cflct
PI Config Conflict
Alarm numbers not listed are reserved for future use.
Common Symptoms and Corrective Actions
Drive does not Start from Start or Run Inputs wired to the terminal block.
Cause(s)
Drive is Faulted
Indication
Flashing red
status light
Incorrect input wiring. See pages 1-22 &
1-23 for wiring examples.
• 2 wire control requires Run, Run
Forward, Run Reverse or Jog input.
• 3 wire control requires Start and Stop
inputs.
• Jumper from terminal 25 to 26 is
required.
Incorrect digital input programming.
• Mutually exclusive choices have been
made (i.e., Jog and Jog Forward).
• 2 wire and 3 wire programming may be
conflicting.
• Exclusive functions (i.e, direction control)
may have multiple inputs configured.
• Stop is factory default and is not wired.
None
Corrective Action
Clear fault.
• Press Stop
• Cycle power
• Set [Fault Clear] to 1 (See
page 3-42)
• “Clear Faults” on the HIM
Diagnostic menu.
Wire inputs correctly and/or install
jumper.
None
Program [Digital Inx Sel] for correct
inputs. (See page 3-55)
Start or Run programming may be
missing.
Flashing yellow Program [Digital Inx Sel] to resolve
status light and conflicts. (See page 3-55)
“DigIn CflctB”
Remove multiple selections for the
indication on
same function.
LCD HIM.
Install stop button to apply a signal at
[Drive Status 2] stop terminal.
shows type 2
alarm(s).
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Troubleshooting
Drive does not Start from HIM.
Cause(s)
Drive is programmed for 2 wire
control. HIM Start button is
disabled for 2 wire control unless
param. 192, bit 1 = “1.”
Indication
None
Corrective Action
If 2 wire control is required, no action needed.
See [Save HIM Ref] on page 3-34.
If 3 wire control is required, program [Digital
Inx Sel] for correct inputs. (See page 3-55)
Drive does not respond to changes in speed command.
Cause(s)
Indication
Corrective Action
No value is coming from the source LCD HIM Status 1. If the source is an analog input, check
wiring and use a meter to check for
of the command.
Line indicates
presence of signal.
“At Speed” and
output is 0 Hz. 2. Check [Commanded Speed] for correct
source. (See page 3-7)
Incorrect reference source has
None
3. Check [Speed Ref Source] for the source of
been programmed.
the speed reference. (See page 3-39)
4. Reprogram [Speed Ref A Sel] for correct
source. (See page 3-19)
Incorrect Reference source is
None
5. Check [Drive Status 1], page 3-37, bits 12
being selected via remote device or
and 13 for unexpected source selections.
digital inputs.
6. Check [Dig In Status], page 3-40 to see if
inputs are selecting an alternate source.
7. Reprogram digital inputs to correct “Speed
Sel x” option. (See page 3-55)
Motor and/or drive will not accelerate to commanded speed.
Cause(s)
Acceleration time is excessive.
Excess load or short acceleration
times force the drive into current
limit, slowing or stopping
acceleration.
Indication
None
None
Speed command source or value is None
not as expected.
Programming is preventing the
None
drive output from exceeding limiting
values.
Corrective Action
Reprogram [Accel Time x]. (See page 3-26)
Check [Drive Status 2], bit 10 to see if the drive
is in Current Limit. (See page 3-37)
Remove excess load or reprogram [Accel
Time x].(See page 3-26)
Check for the proper Speed Command using
Steps 1 through 7 above.
Check [Maximum Speed] (See page 3-17) and
[Maximum Freq] (See page 3-10) to assure
that speed is not limited by programming.
Motor operation is unstable.
Cause(s)
Indication
Motor data was incorrectly entered None
or Autotune was not performed.
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1. Correctly enter motor nameplate data.
2. Perform “Static” or “Rotate” Autotune
procedure. (Param #061, page 3-12)
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Drive will not reverse motor direction.
Cause(s)
Digital input is not selected for
reversing control.
Digital input is incorrectly wired.
Direction mode parameter is
incorrectly programmed.
Motor wiring is improperly phased
for reverse.
A bipolar analog speed command
input is incorrectly wired or signal is
absent.
Indication
None
None
None
None
None
Corrective Action
Check [Digital Inx Sel], page 3-55. Choose
correct input and program for reversing mode.
Check input wiring. (See page 1-17)
Reprogram [Direction Mode], page 3-33 for
analog “Bipolar” or digital “Unipolar” control.
Switch two motor leads.
1. Use meter to check that an analog input
voltage is present.
2. Check wiring. (See page 1-17)
Positive voltage commands forward direction.
Negative voltage commands reverse direction.
Stopping the drive results in a Decel Inhibit fault.
Cause(s)
The bus regulation feature is
enabled and is halting deceleration
due to excessive bus voltage.
Excess bus voltage is normally due
to excessive regenerated energy or
unstable AC line input voltages.
Internal timer has halted drive
operation.
Indication
Decel Inhibit fault
screen.
LCD Status Line
indicates
“Faulted”.
Corrective Action
1. See Attention statement on page P-4.
2. Reprogram parameters 161/162 to
eliminate any “Adjust Freq” selection.
3. Disable bus regulation (parameters 161 &
162) and add a dynamic brake.
4. Correct AC input line instability or add an
isolation transformer.
5. Reset drive.
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Troubleshooting
Testpoint Codes and Functions
Select testpoint with [Testpoint x Sel], parameters 234/236. Values can
be viewed with [Testpoint x Data], parameters 235/237.
No. (1)
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
16
17
18
19
22
23
24-29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
(1)
(2)
Description
DPI Error Status
Heatsink Temp
Active Cur Limit
Active PWM Freq
Life MegaWatt Hr(2)
Life Run Time
Life Pwr Up Time
Life Pwr Cycles
Life MW-HR Fract (2)
MW-HR Frac Unit (2)
MCB Life Time
Raw Analog In 1
Raw Analog In 2
CS Msg Rx Cnt
CS Msg Tx Cnt
CS Timeout Cnt
CS Msg Bad Cnt
PC Msg Rx Cnt
PC Msg Tx Cnt
PC1-6 Timeout Cnt
CAN BusOff Cnt
No. of Analog Inputs
Raw Temperature
MTO Norm Mtr Amp
DTO-Cmd Frequency
DTO-Cmd Cur Lim
DTO-Cmd DC Hold
Control Bd Temp
Units
1
0.1 degC
1
1 Hz
0.0001 MWh
0.0001 Hrs
0.0001 Hrs
1
1
1
0.0001 Hrs
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0.1 Amps
1
0.1
1
0.1
Values
Minimum
0
–100.0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0.0
Maximum
255
100.0
32767
10
214748.3647
214748.3647
214748.3647
4294967295
4294967295
4294967295
214748.3647
65535
65535
255
255
65535
65535
255
65535
x
65535
65535
420
32767
60.0
Default
0
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0.0
Enter in [Testpoint x Sel].
Use the equation below to calculate total Lifetime MegaWatt Hours.
Value of Code 9
⎛ --------------------------------× 0.1⎞ + Value of Code 5 = Total Lifetime MegaWatt Hours
⎝ Value of Code 10
⎠
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Appendix A
Supplemental Drive Information
For information on . .
Specifications
Communication Configurations
Output Devices
Drive, Fuse & Circuit Breaker Ratings
Dimensions
Frame Cross Reference
See page . .
A-1
A-6
A-9
A-9
A-20
A-34
Specifications
Category
Specification
Agency
Certification
Listed to UL508C and CAN/CSA-C2.2 No. 14-M91.
Marked for all applicable European Directives
EMC Directive (2004/108/EC)
EN 61800-3 Adjustable Speed electrical power drive systems
Low Voltage Directive (2006/95/EC)
EN 50178 Electronic Equipment for use in Power Installations
Certified to IEC 61800-3.
N223
Certified to ATEX directive 94/9/EC. Group II Category (2) GD Applications with
ATEX Approved Motors.
II (2) G D
The drive is also designed to meet the following specifications:
NFPA 70 - US National Electrical Code
NEMA ICS 7.1 - Safety Standards for Construction and Guide for Selection, Installation, and
Operation of Adjustable Speed Drive Systems
IEC 146 - International Electrical Code.
CMAA Specification #70 (Crane Manufacturers of America Association)
SEMIF47
RINA (Registo Italiano Navale - marine certification)
Category
Protection
Specification
Drive
200208V
AC Input Overvoltage Trip: 285VAC
AC Input Undervoltage Trip: 120VAC
Bus Overvoltage Trip:
405VDC
Bus Undervoltage Shutoff/ 153VDC
Fault:
Nominal Bus Voltage:
281VDC
240V
285VAC
138VAC
405VDC
153VDC
380/
400V
570VAC
233VAC
810VDC
305VDC
480V
600V
570VAC
280VAC
810VDC
305VDC
600/690V
Frames 0-4
Frames 5-6
716VAC
345VAC
1013VDC
381VDC
818VAC
345VAC
1162VDC
437VDC
324VDC 540VDC 648VDC 810VDC
932VDC
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Supplemental Drive Information
Category
Protection
(continued)
Specification
All Drives
Heat Sink Thermistor:
Drive Overcurrent Trip
Software Overcurrent Trip:
Hardware Overcurrent Trip:
Line transients:
Control Logic Noise
Immunity:
Power Ride-Thru:
Logic Control Ride-Thru:
Ground Fault Trip:
Short Circuit Trip:
Environment Altitude:
Maximum Surrounding Air
Temperature w/o Derating:
IP20, NEMA/UL Type
Open:
Electrical
Control
Monitored by microprocessor overtemp trip
200% of rated current (typical)
220-300% of rated current (dependent on drive rating)
up to 6000 volts peak per IEEE C62.41-1991
Showering arc transients up to 1500V peak
15 milliseconds at full load
0.5 seconds minimum, 2 seconds typical
Phase-to-ground on drive output
Phase-to-phase on drive output
1000 m (3300 ft) max. without derating
0 to 50 degrees C (32 to 122 degrees F). See pages A-10 through
A-19 for exceptions.
Storage Temp. (all const.): –40 to 70 degrees C (–40 to 158 degrees F)
Atmosphere:
Important: Drive must not be installed in an area where the ambient
atmosphere contains volatile or corrosive gas, vapors or dust. If the
drive is not going to be installed for a period of time, it must be stored in
an area where it will not be exposed to a corrosive atmosphere.
Relative Humidity:
5 to 95% non-condensing
Shock:
15G peak for 11ms duration (±1.0 ms)
Vibration:
0.152 mm (0.006 in.) displacement, 1G peak
Sound:
Fan
Sound Note: Sound pressure level is
Frame
Speed
Level
measured at 2 meters.
0
30 CFM 58 dB
1
30 CFM 59 dB
2
50 CFM 57 dB
3
120 CFM 61 dB
4
190 CFM 59 dB
5
200 CFM 71 dB
6
300 CFM 72 dB
Voltage Tolerance:
See page C-40 for full power and operating range.
Input Frequency Tolerance: 47-63 Hz.
Input Phases:
Three-phase input provides full rating for all drives. Single-phase
operation provides 50% of rated current. The drive can be supplied as
6 pulse or 18 pulse in a configured package. Refer to page 1-7.
Displacement Power Factor: 0.98 across entire speed range.
Efficiency:
97.5% at rated amps, nominal line volts.
Max. Short Circuit Rating:
200,000 Amps symmetrical.
Actual Short Circuit Rating: Determined by AIC rating of installed fuse/circuit breaker.
Method:
Sine coded PWM with programmable carrier frequency. Ratings apply
to all drives (refer to the Derating Guidelines in the PowerFlex
Reference Manual).
Carrier Frequency:
2, 4, 8 & 10 kHz. Drive rating based on 4 kHz (see pages A-10 through
A-15 for exceptions).
Output Voltage Range:
0 to rated motor voltage
Output Frequency Range: 0 to 420 Hz
Frequency Accuracy
Digital Input:
Within ±0.01% of set output frequency.
Analog Input:
Within ±0.4% of maximum output frequency.
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Category
Control
(continued)
A-3
Specification
Frequency Control:
Speed Regulation - w/Slip Compensation
(Volts per Hertz Mode)
0.5% of base speed across 40:1
speed range
40:1 operating range
10 rad/sec bandwidth
Speed Regulation - w/Slip Compensation
(Sensorless Vector Mode)
0.5% of base speed across 80:1
speed range
80:1 operating range
20 rad/sec bandwidth
Speed Regulation - w/Feedback
(Sensorless Vector Mode)
0.1% of base speed across 80:1
speed range
80:1 operating range
20 rad/sec bandwidth
Speed Control:
Speed Regulation - w/o Feedback
(Vector Control Mode)
0.1% of base speed across 120:1
speed range
120:1 operating range
50 rad/sec bandwidth
Speed Regulation - w/Feedback
(Vector Control Mode)
0.001% of base speed across 120:1
speed range
1000:1 operating range
250 rad/sec bandwidth
Torque Regulation:
Torque Regulation - w/o Feedback
±5%, 600 rad/sec bandwidth
Torque Regulation - w/Feedback
±2%, 2500 rad/sec bandwidth
Selectable Motor Control:
Sensorless Vector with full tuning. Standard V/Hz with full custom
capability and Vector Control.
Stop Modes:
Multiple programmable stop modes including - Ramp, Coast,
DC-Brake, Ramp-to-Hold and S-curve.
Accel/Decel:
Two independently programmable accel and decel times. Each time
may be programmed from 0 - 3600 seconds in 0.1 second increments.
Intermittent Overload:
110% Overload capability for up to 1 minute
150% Overload capability for up to 3 seconds
Current Limit Capability:
Proactive Current Limit programmable from 20 to 160% of rated output
current. Independently programmable proportional and integral gain.
Electronic Motor Overload Class 10 protection with speed sensitive response. Investigated by
Protection:
U.L. to comply with N.E.C. Article 430. U.L. File E59272, volume 12.
Digital/Analog Input Latency Signal
Motor
Latency
Control Min.
Max
Typical
Digital
Start
FVC
8.4 ms 10.4 ms
8.4 ms
Input
SVC
9.2 ms 16.0 ms
9.2 ms
Stop
FVC
10.0 ms 12.4 ms
10.4 ms
SVC
10.0 ms 12.0 ms
10.4 ms
Analog Torque FVC
772 μs 1.06 ms
840 μs
Input
(4 kHz )
Torque FVC
1.008
1.46 ms
1.256 ms
(2 kHz)
ms
Speed
FVC
4.6 ms 8.6 ms
4.8 ms
Speed
SVC
4.8 ms 12.4 ms
6.4 ms
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Category
Encoder
Supplemental Drive Information
Specification
Type:
Supply:
Incremental, dual channel
12V, 250 mA. 12V, 10 mA minimum inputs isolated with differential
transmitter, 250 kHz maximum.
90°, ±27 degrees at 25 degrees C.
50%, +10%
Encoders must be line driver type, quadrature (dual channel) or pulse
(single channel), 8-15V DC output (3.5-6V DC when jumpers are in 5V
position), single-ended or differential and capable of supplying a minimum of 10 mA per channel. Maximum input frequency is 250 kHz. The
Encoder Interface Board accepts 12V DC square-wave with a minimum high state voltage of 7.0V DC. With the jumpers in the 5V position, the encoder will accept a 5V DC square-wave with a minimum
high state voltage of 3.1V DC. In either jumper position, the maximum
low state voltage is 0.4V DC.
Quadrature:
Duty Cycle:
Requirements:
IP20 (NEMA/UL Type 1) Watts Loss (Rated Load, Speed & PWM) (1)
Voltage
240V
Voltage
400V
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0.5
1
2
3
5
7.5
10
15
20
25
30
40
50
60
75
100
ND kW
0.37
0.75
1.5
2.2
4
5.5
7.5
11
15
18.5
22
30
37
45
55
55
90
110
132
External Watts
9
22
38
57
97
134
192
276
354
602
780
860
1132
1296
1716
1837
External Watts
11
19
31
46
78
115
134
226
303
339
357
492
568
722
821
1130
1402
1711
1930
Internal Watts
37
39
39
41
82
74
77
92
82
96
96
107
138
200
277
418
Internal Watts
42
44
45
46
87
79
84
99
91
102
103
117
148
207
286
397
443
493
583
Total Watts Loss
46
61
77
98
179
208
269
368
436
698
876
967
1270
1496
1993
2255
Total Watts Loss
53
63
76
93
164
194
218
326
394
441
459
610
717
930
1107
1527
1845
2204
2513
Supplemental Drive Information
Voltage
480V
Voltage
600V
(1)
ND HP
0.5
1
2
3
5
7.5
10
15
20
25
30
40
50
60
75
100
125
150
200
ND HP
0.5
1
2
3
5
7.5
10
15
20
25
30
40
50
60
75
100
125
150
External Watts
11
19
31
46
78
115
134
226
303
339
357
492
568
722
821
1130
1402
1711
1930
External Watts
9
14
25
41
59
83
109
177
260
291
324
459
569
630
1053
1467
1400
1668
Internal Watts
42
44
45
46
87
79
84
99
91
102
103
117
148
207
286
397
443
493
583
Internal Watts
37
40
40
42
83
75
77
93
83
95
95
109
141
195
308
407
500
612
A-5
Total Watts Loss
53
63
76
93
164
194
218
326
394
441
459
610
717
930
1107
1527
1845
2204
2513
Total Watts Loss
46
54
65
83
142
157
186
270
343
385
419
569
710
825
1361
1874
1900
2280
Worst case condition including Vector Control board, HIM and Communication Module
IP54 (NEMA/UL Type 12) Watts Loss
Voltage
480V
600V
ND HP
75
100
125
150
200
75
100
125
150
External Watts
(Heatsink)
873
1237
1563
1874
2100
1091
1537
1584
1895
Internal Watts
234
290
282
330
413
270
337
316
385
Total Watts Loss
1107
1527
1845
2204
2513
1361
1874
1900
2280
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Supplemental Drive Information
Communication Configurations
Typical Programmable Controller Configurations
Important: If block transfers are programmed to continuously write
information to the drive, care must be taken to properly
format the block transfer. If attribute 10 is selected for the
block transfer, values will be written only to RAM and will
not be saved by the drive. This is the preferred attribute for
continuous transfers. If attribute 9 is selected, each program
scan will complete a write to the drives non-volatile
memory (EEprom). Since the EEprom has a fixed number
of allowed writes, continuous block transfers will quickly
damage the EEprom. Do Not assign attribute 9 to
continuous block transfers. Refer to the individual
communications adapter User Manual for additional
details.
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A-7
Logic Command/Status Words
Figure A.1 Logic Command Word
Logic Bits
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Command Description
x Stop (1)
0 = Not Stop
1 = Stop
x
Start (1)(2) 0 = Not Start
1 = Start
x
Jog
0 = Not Jog
1 = Jog
x
Clear
0 = Not Clear Faults
Faults
1 = Clear Faults
x x
Direction 00 = No Command
01 = Forward Command
10 = Reverse Command
11 = Hold Present Direction
x
Local
0 = No Local Control
Control
1 = Local Control
x
MOP
0 = Not Increment
Increment 1 = Increment
x x
Accel Rate 00 = No Command
01 = Use Accel Time 1
10 = Use Accel Time 2
11 = Use Present Time
x x
Decel Rate 00 = No Command
01 = Use Decel Time 1
10 = Use Decel Time 2
11 = Use Present Time
x x x
Reference 000 = No Command
Select (3) 001 = Ref. 1 (Ref A Select)
010 = Ref. 2 (Ref B Select)
011 = Ref. 3 (Preset 3)
100 = Ref. 4 (Preset 4)
101 = Ref. 5 (Preset 5)
110 = Ref. 6 (Preset 6)
111 = Ref. 7 (Preset 7)
x
MOP
0 = Not Decrement
Decrement 1 = Decrement
(1)
(2)
(3)
A “0 = Not Stop” condition (logic 0) must first be present before a “1 = Start” condition will
start the drive. The Start command acts as a momentary Start command. A “1” will start the
drive, but returning to “0” will not stop the drive.
This Start will not function if a digital input (parameters 361-366) is programmed for 2-Wire
Control (option 7, 8 or 9).
This Reference Select will not function if a digital input (parameters 361-366) is programmed
for “Speed Sel 1, 2 or 3” (option 15, 16 or 17). When using the Logic Command Word for the
Speed Reference Selection, always set bit 12, 13, or 14 to “1.” Note that Reference Selection
is “Exclusive Ownership” see [Reference Owner] on page 3-49.
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Figure A.2 Logic Status Word
Logic Bits
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Status
x Ready
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
(1)
x
x
x
x
x
Description
0 = Not Ready
1 = Ready
Active
0 = Not Active
1 = Active
Command 0 = Reverse
Direction 1 = Forward
Actual
0 = Reverse
Direction 1 = Forward
Accel
0 = Not Accelerating
1 = Accelerating
Decel
0 = Not Decelerating
1 = Decelerating
Alarm
0 = No Alarm
1 = Alarm
Fault
0 = No Fault
1 = Fault
At Speed 0 = Not At Reference
1 = At Reference
000 = Port 0 (TB)
Local
Control (1) 001 = Port 1
010 = Port 2
011 = Port 3
100 = Port 4
101 = Port 5
110 = Reserved
111 = No Local
Reference 0000 = Ref A Auto
Source
0001 = Ref B Auto
0010 = Preset 2 Auto
0011 = Preset 3 Auto
0100 = Preset 4 Auto
0101 = Preset 5 Auto
0110 = Preset 6 Auto
0111 = Preset 7 Auto
1000 = Term Blk Manual
1001 = DPI 1 Manual
1010 = DPI 2 Manual
1011 = DPI 3 Manual
1100 = DPI 4 Manual
1101 = DPI 5 Manual
1110 = Reserved
1111 = Jog Ref
See “Owners” on page 3-47 for further information.
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A-9
Output Devices
Common mode cores are internal to the drive. For information on output
contactors see page 1-13. Other devices such as cable terminators and
output reactors are discussed in the Wiring and Grounding Guidelines
manual, publication DRIVES-IN001.
Drive, Fuse & Circuit Breaker Ratings
The tables on the following pages provide drive ratings (including
continuous, 1 minute and 3 second) and recommended AC line input
fuse and circuit breaker information. Both types of short circuit
protection are acceptable for UL and IEC requirements. Sizes listed are
the recommended sizes based on 40 degree C and the U.S. N.E.C. Other
country, state or local codes may require different ratings.
Fusing
If fuses are chosen as the desired protection method, refer to the
recommended types listed below. If available amp ratings do not match
the tables provided, the closest fuse rating that exceeds the drive rating
should be chosen.
•
•
IEC – BS88 (British Standard) Parts 1 & 2 (1), EN60269-1, Parts 1 &
2, type gG or equivalent should be used.
UL – UL Class CC, T, RK1 or J should be used.
Circuit Breakers
The “non-fuse” listings in the following tables include both circuit
breakers (inverse time or instantaneous trip) and 140M Self-Protecting
Motor Starters. If one of these is chosen as the desired protection
method, the following requirements apply.
•
IEC and UL – Both types of devices are acceptable for IEC and UL
installations.
(1)
Typical designations include, but may not be limited to the following; Parts 1 & 2: AC,
AD, BC, BD, CD, DD, ED, EFS, EF, FF, FG, GF, GG, GH.
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6
6
6
20BB130
20BB154
20BB192
20BB260
(12)
(12)
(12)
(12)
(12)
0
0
1
1
1
1
2
3
3
4
4
5
20BB2P2
20BB4P2
20BB6P8
20BB9P6
20BB015
20BB022
20BB028
20BB042
20BB052
20BB070
20BB080
20BB104
0.5
1
2
3
5
7.5
10
15
20
25
30
40
–
50
–
60
–
75
–
100
–
0.33
0.75
1.5
2
3
5
7.5
10
15
20
25
–
30
–
40
–
50
–
60
–
75
HP
Rating
ND HD
208 Volt AC Input
Drive
Catalog
Number
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
2
2
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
45
50
1.9
3.7
6.8
9.5
15.7
23.0
29.6
44.5
51.5
72
84.7
113
84.7
141
113
167
141
208
167
255
199
0.7
1.3
2.4
3.4
5.7
8.3
10.7
16.0
17.1
25.9
30.5
40.7
30.5
44.1
35.3
60.1
50.9
75.0
60.1
91.9
71.7
2.5
4.8
7.8
11
17.5
25.3
32.2
48.3
56
78.2
92
120
92
130
104
177
150
221
177
260
205
2.8
5.6
10.4
12.1
19.3
27.8
38
53.1
64
93
117
132
138
143
156
195
225
243
266
286
305
3.8
7.0
13.8
17
26.3
38
50.6
72.5
86
124
156
175
175
175
175
266
300
308
308
390
410
3
6
10
12
20
30
40
60
80
90
110
150
125
175
125
225
200
300
225
300
225
6
10
15
20
35
50
70
100
125
175
200
250
200
275
225
350
300
450
350
575
450
3
6
10
12
20
30
40
60
80
90
110
150
125
175
125
225
200
300
225
300
225
10
17.5
30
40
70
100
125
175
200
300
350
475
350
500
400
500
500
600
500
750
600
Dual
PWM Temp. Input
Element Time Non-Time
Freq. (11)
Ratings
Output Amps
Delay Fuse
Delay Fuse
kHz °C
Amps kVA Cont. 1 Min. 3 Sec. Min. (1) Max. (2) Min. (1) Max. (2)
Table A.A 208 Volt AC Input Protection Devices (See page A-15 for Notes)
Frame
15
15
30
40
70
100
125
175
200
300
350
350
300
375
300
500
450
600
500
750
600
3
7
15
15
30
30
50
70
100
100
150
150
150
250
150
250
250
400
250
400
400
M-C2E-B25
M-C2E-B63
M-C2E-C10
M-C2E-C16
M-C2E-C20
M-C2E-C25
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
M-D8E-B25
M-D8E-B63
M-D8E-C10
M-D8E-C16
M-D8E-C20
M-D8E-C25
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
M-F8E-C10
M-F8E-C16
M-F8E-C20
M-F8E-C25
M-F8E-C32
M-F8E-C45
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
-CMN-2500
-CMN-4000
-CMN-6300
-CMN-6300
-CMN-9000
-CMN-9000
–
-CMN-9000
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Motor
Circuit Circuit
Breaker Protector 140M Motor Protector with Adjustable Current
(3)
(4)
Range (5)(6)
Max. (8) Max. (8)
Available Catalog Numbers - 140… (7)
A-10
Supplemental Drive Information
5
6
6
6
20BB130
20BB154
20BB192
20BB260
(12)
(12)
(12)
(12)
(12)
0
0
1
1
1
1
2
3
3
4
4
5
20BB2P2
20BB4P2
20BB6P8
20BB9P6
20BB015
20BB022
20BB028
20BB042
20BB052
20BB070
20BB080
20BB104
0.5
1
2
3
5
7.5
10
15
20
25
30
40
–
50
–
60
–
75
–
100
–
0.33
0.75
1.5
2
3
5
7.5
10
15
20
25
–
30
–
40
–
50
–
60
–
75
HP
Rating
ND HD
240 Volt AC Input
Drive
Catalog
Number
Frame
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
2
2
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
45
50
1.7
3.3
5.9
8.3
13.7
19.9
25.7
38.5
47.7
64.2
73.2
98
73
122
98
145
122
180
145
233
169
0.7
1.4
2.4
3.4
5.7
8.3
10.7
16.0
19.8
26.7
30.5
40.6
30.5
50.7
40.6
60.1
50.7
74.9
60.1
96.7
70.1
2.2
4.2
6.8
9.6
15.3
22
28
42
52
70
80
104
80
130
104
154
130
192
154
260
205
2.4
4.8
9
10.6
16.8
24.2
33
46.2
63
78
105
115
120
143
156
169
195
211
231
286
305
3.3
6.4
12
14.4
23
33
44
63
80
105
140
175
160
175
175
231
260
288
308
390
410
3
5
10
12
20
25
35
50
60
90
100
125
100
175
125
200
175
225
200
300
225
6
8
15
20
30
50
60
90
100
150
180
225
175
275
225
300
275
400
300
575
450
3
5
10
12
20
25
35
50
60
90
100
125
100
175
125
200
175
225
200
300
225
10
15
25
35
60
80
100
150
200
275
300
400
300
500
400
600
500
600
600
750
600
Dual
PWM Temp. Input
Element Time Non-Time
Freq. (11)
Ratings
Output Amps
Delay Fuse
Delay Fuse
kHz °C
Amps kVA Cont. 1 Min. 3 Sec. Min. (1) Max. (2) Min. (1) Max. (2)
Table A.B 240 Volt AC Input Protection Devices (See page A-15 for Notes)
15
15
25
35
60
80
100
150
200
275
300
300
300
375
300
450
375
575
450
750
600
3
7
15
15
30
30
50
50
100
100
100
150
100
250
150
250
250
250
250
300
250
M-C2E-B25
M-C2E-B63
M-C2E-C10
M-C2E-C10
M-C2E-C16
M-C2E-C25
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
M-D8E-B25
M-D8E-B63
M-D8E-C10
M-D8E-C10
M-D8E-C16
M-D8E-C25
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
M-F8E-C10
M-F8E-C10
M-F8E-C16
M-F8E-C25
M-F8E-C32
M-F8E-C45
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
-CMN-2500
-CMN-4000
-CMN-6300
-CMN-6300
-CMN-9000
-CMN-9000
–
-CMN-9000
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Motor
Circuit Circuit
Breaker Protector 140M Motor Protector with Adjustable Current
(3)
(4)
Range (5)(6)
Max. (8) Max. (8)
Available Catalog Numbers - 140… (7)
Supplemental Drive Information
A-11
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Publication 20B-UM002C-EN-P
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
2
2
3
3
3
4
20BC260 (12) 6
20BC205 (12) 6
20BC170 (12) 6
20BC140 (12) 5
20BC125 (12) 5
20BC105 (12) 5
20BC1P3
20BC2P1
20BC3P5
20BC5P0
20BC8P7
20BC011
20BC015
20BC022
20BC030
20BC037
20BC043
20BC056
20BC072
20BC085 (12)
0.37
0.75
1.5
2.2
4
5.5
7.5
11
15
18.5
22
30
37
45
–
55
–
55
–
75
–
90
–
110
–
132
–
400 Volt AC Input
Drive
Catalog
Number
0.25
0.55
0.75
1.5
2.2
4
5.5
7.5
11
15
18.5
22
30
–
37
–
45
–
45
–
55
–
75
–
90
–
110
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
2
2
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50 (10)
45
45
50 (9)
50 (9)
50 (9)
50 (9)
40 (9)
40 (9)
50 (9)
50 (9)
40 (9)
40 (9)
45 (9)
50 (9)
1.1
1.8
3.2
4.6
7.9
10.8
14.4
20.6
28.4
35.0
40.7
53
68.9
81.4
68.9
100.5
81.4
121.1
91.9
136
101
164
136
199
164
255
199
0.77
1.3
2.2
3.2
5.5
7.5
10.0
14.3
19.7
24.3
28.2
36.7
47.8
56.4
47.8
69.6
56.4
83.9
63.7
93.9
69.6
126
103
148
126
177
138
1.3
2.1
3.5
5.0
8.7
11.5
15.4
22
30
37
43
56
72
85
72
105
85
125
96
140
105
170
140
205
170
260
205
1.4
2.4
4.5
5.5
9.9
13
17.2
24.2
33
45
56
64
84
94
108
116
128
138
144
154
157
187
210
220
255
286
308
1.9
3.2
6.0
7.5
13.2
17.4
23.1
33
45
60
74
86
112
128
144
158
170
163
168
190
190
255
280
289
313
390
410
3
3
6
6
15
15
20
30
35
45
60
70
90
110
90
125
110
150
125
200
150
250
200
250
250
350
250
3
6
7
10
17.5
25
30
45
60
80
90
125
150
200
175
225
175
275
200
300
225
375
300
450
375
550
450
3
3
6
6
15
15
20
30
35
45
60
70
90
110
90
125
110
150
125
200
150
250
200
250
250
350
250
6
8
12
20
30
45
60
80
120
125
150
200
250
300
275
400
300
500
375
400
300
600
550
600
600
750
600
Dual
kW
PWM Temp. Input
Element Time Non-Time
Rating
Freq. (11)
Ratings
Output Amps
Delay Fuse
Delay Fuse
ND HD kHz °C
Amps kVA Cont. 1 Min. 3 Sec. Min. (1) Max. (2) Min. (1) Max. (2)
Table A.C 400 Volt AC Input Protection Devices (See page A-15 for Notes)
Frame
15
15
15
20
30
45
60
80
120
125
150
200
250
300
300
300
300
375
375
400
300
500
400
600
500
750
600
3
3
7
7
15
15
20
30
50
50
60
100
100
150
100
150
150
250
150
250
150
250
250
400
250
400
400
M-C2E-B16
M-C2E-B25
M-C2E-B40
M-C2E-B63
M-C2E-C10
M-C2E-C16
M-C2E-C20
M-C2E-C25
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
M-D8E-B25
M-D8E-B40
M-D8E-B63
M-D8E-C10
M-D8E-C16
M-D8E-C20
M-D8E-C25
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
M-F8E-C10
M-F8E-C16
M-F8E-C20
M-F8E-C25
M-F8E-C32
M-F8E-C45
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Motor
Circuit Circuit
Breaker Protector 140M Motor Protector with Adjustable
(3)
(4)
Current Range (5)(6)
Max. (8) Max. (8)
Available Catalog Numbers - 140… (7)
A-12
Supplemental Drive Information
5
5
6
6
6
20BD096
20BD125
20BD156
20BD180
20BD248
(12)
(12)
(12)
(12)
(12)
(12)
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
2
2
3
3
3
4
20BD1P1
20BD2P1
20BD3P4
20BD5P0
20BD8P0
20BD011
20BD014
20BD022
20BD027
20BD034
20BD040
20BD052
20BD065
20BD077
0.5
1
2
3
5
7.5
10
15
20
25
30
40
50
60
–
75
–
100
–
125
–
150
–
200
–
0.33
0.75
1.5
2
3
5
7.5
10
15
20
25
30
40
–
50
–
60
–
75
–
100
–
125
–
150
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
2
2
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50 (9)
50 (9)
50 (9)
50 (9)
50 (9)
50 (9)
50 (9)
50 (9)
45 (9)
50 (9)
0.9
1.6
2.6
3.9
6.9
9.5
12.5
19.9
24.8
31.2
36.7
47.7
59.6
72.3
59.6
90.1
72.3
117
90.1
147
131
169
147
233
169
0.7
1.4
2.2
3.2
5.7
7.9
10.4
16.6
20.6
25.9
30.5
39.7
49.6
60.1
49.6
74.9
60.1
97.6
74.9
122
109
141
122
194
141
1.1
2.1
3.4
5.0
8.0
11
14
22
27
34
40
52
65
77
65
96
77
125
96
156
125
180
156
248
180
1.2
2.4
4.5
5.5
8.8
12.1
16.5
24.2
33
40.5
51
60
78
85
98
106
116
138
144
172
188
198
234
273
270
1.6
3.2
6.0
7.5
12
16.5
22
33
44
54
68
80
104
116
130
144
154
163
168
234
250
270
312
372
360
3
3
4
6
10
15
17.5
25
35
40
50
60
80
100
80
125
100
150
125
200
175
225
200
300
225
3
6
8
10
15
20
30
50
60
70
90
110
125
170
125
200
170
250
200
350
250
400
350
550
400
3
3
4
6
10
15
17.5
25
35
40
50
60
80
100
80
125
100
150
125
200
175
225
200
300
225
6
8
12
20
30
40
50
80
100
125
150
200
250
300
250
350
300
500
350
600
500
600
600
700
600
Dual
HP
PWM Temp. Input
Element Time Non-Time
(11)
Rating
Freq.
Ratings
Output Amps
Delay Fuse
Delay Fuse
ND HD kHz °C
Amps kVA Cont. 1 Min. 3 Sec. Min. (1) Max. (2) Min. (1) Max. (2)
480 Volt AC Input
Drive
Catalog
Number
Frame
Table A.D 480 Volt AC Input Protection Devices (See page A-15 for Notes)
15
15
15
20
30
40
50
80
100
125
150
200
250
300
250
350
300
375
350
450
375
500
450
700
500
3
3
7
7
15
15
20
30
50
50
50
70
100
100
100
125
100
150
125
250
250
250
250
400
250
M-C2E-B16
M-C2E-B25
M-C2E-B40
M-C2E-B63
M-C2E-C10
M-C2E-C16
M-C2E-C16
M-C2E-C25
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
M-D8E-B40
M-D8E-B63
M-D8E-C10
M-D8E-C16
M-D8E-C16
M-D8E-C25
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
M-F8E-C10
M-F8E-C16
M-F8E-C16
M-F8E-C25
M-F8E-C32
M-F8E-C45
M-F8E-C45
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
-CMN-2500
-CMN-4000
-CMN-4000
-CMN-4000
-CMN-6300
-CMN-9000
-CMN-9000
-CMN-9000
–
-CMN-9000
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Motor
Circuit Circuit
Breaker Protector 140M Motor Protector with Adjustable Current
(3)
(4)
Range (5)(6)
Max. (8) Max. (8)
Available Catalog Numbers - 140… (7)
Supplemental Drive Information
A-13
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(12)
20BE144
(12)
20BE125
(12)
20BE099
(12)
20BE1P7
20BE2P7
20BE3P9
20BE6P1
20BE9P0
20BE011
20BE017
20BE022
20BE027
20BE032
20BE041
20BE052
20BE062
20BE077
1
2
3
5
7.5
10
15
20
25
30
40
50
60
75
–
5 100
–
6 125
–
6 150
–
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
2
2
3
3
3
4
5
600 Volt AC Input
Drive
Catalog
Number
(13)
0.5
1
2
3
5
7.5
10
15
20
25
30
40
50
–
60
–
75
–
100
–
125
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50 (9)
50 (9)
40 (9)
40 (9)
50 (9)
50 (9)
50 (9)
50 (9)
1.3
2.1
3.0
5.3
7.8
9.9
15.4
20.2
24.8
29.4
37.6
47.7
58.2
72.3
58.2
92.9
72.3
117
93
135
117
1.4
2.1
3.1
5.5
8.1
10.2
16.0
21.0
25.7
30.5
39.1
49.6
60.5
75.1
60.5
96.6
75.1
122
96.6
141
122
1.7
2.7
3.9
6.1
9
11
17
22
27
32
41
52
62
77
63
99
77
125
99
144
125
2
3.6
4.3
6.7
9.9
13.5
18.7
25.5
33
40.5
48
61.5
78
85
94
109
116
138
149
158
188
2.6
4.8
5.9
9.2
13.5
18
25.5
34
44
54
64
82
104
116
126
126
138
188
198
216
250
2
3
6
9
10
15
20
30
35
40
50
60
80
90
90
125
100
150
125
175
150
4
6
9
12
20
25
40
50
60
70
90
110
125
150
125
200
175
250
200
300
275
2
3
6
9
10
15
20
30
35
40
50
60
80
90
90
125
100
150
125
175
150
6
10
15
20
35
40
60
80
100
125
150
200
225
300
250
375
300
375
375
400
375
Dual
HP
PWM Temp. Input
Element Time Non-Time
Rating
Freq. (11)
Ratings
Output Amps
Delay Fuse
Delay Fuse
ND HD kHz °C
Amps kVA Cont. 1 Min. 3 Sec. Min. (1) Max. (2) Min. (1) Max. (2)
Table A.E 600 Volt AC Input Protection Devices (See page A-15 for Notes)
Frame
15
15
15
20
30
40
50
80
100
125
150
200
225
300
250
375
300
375
375
400
375
3
3
7
15
15
15
20
30
50
50
100
100
100
100
100
150
100
250
150
250
250
M-C2E-B16
M-C2E-B25
M-C2E-B40
M-C2E-B63
M-C2E-C10
M-C2E-C10
M-C2E-C16
M-C2E-C25
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
M-D8E-B40
M-D8E-B63
M-D8E-C10
M-D8E-C10
M-D8E-C16
M-D8E-C25
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
M-F8E-C10
M-F8E-C10
M-F8E-C16
M-F8E-C25
M-F8E-C25
M-F8E-C32
M-F8E-C45
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
-CMN-2500
-CMN-2500
-CMN-4000
-CMN-4000
-CMN-6300
-CMN-6300
-CMN-9000
-CMN-6300
–
-CMN-9000
–
–
–
–
Motor
Circuit Circuit
Breaker Protector 140M Motor Protector with Adjustable Current
(3)
(4)
Range (5)(6)
Max. (8) Max. (8)
Available Catalog Numbers - 140… (7)
A-14
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(13)
(12)
(11)
(10)
(9)
(8)
(7)
(6)
(5)
(4)
(3)
(2)
(1)
5 45
–
5 55
–
5 75
–
5 90
–
6 110
–
6 132
–
4
4
4
4
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
50 (9)
50 (9)
50 (9)
50 (9)
50 (9)
50 (9)
40 (9)
40 (9)
50 (9)
50 (9)
50 (9)
50 (9)
46.9
40.1
57.7
46.9
79.0
57.7
94.7
79.0
115
94.7
138
115
56.1
48.0
68.9
56.1
94.4
68.9
113
94.4
137
113
165
137
52
46
60
52
82
60
98
82
119
98
142
119
57
69
66
78
90
90
108
123
131
147
156
179
78
92
90
104
123
120
127
140
179
196
213
238
60
50
80
60
100
80
125
100
150
125
175
150
110
90
125
110
200
125
200
200
250
200
300
250
60
50
80
60
100
80
125
100
150
125
175
150
175
150
225
175
375
225
375
375
400
375
450
400
175
150
225
175
375
225
375
375
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Motor
Dual
Circuit
Input
Element Time Non-Time
Circuit
Temp.(11) Ratings
Output Amps
Delay Fuse
Delay Fuse
Breaker (3) Protector (4)
°C
Amps kVA Cont. 1 Min. 3 Sec. Min. (1) Max. (2) Min. (1) Max. (2) Max. (8)
Max. (8)
Minimum protection device size is the lowest rated device that supplies maximum protection without nuisance tripping.
Maximum protection device size is the highest rated device that supplies drive protection. For US NEC, minimum size is 125% of motor FLA. Ratings shown are maximum.
Circuit Breaker - inverse time breaker. For US NEC, minimum size is 125% of motor FLA. Ratings shown are maximum.
Motor Circuit Protector - instantaneous trip circuit breaker. For US NEC minimum size is 125% of motor FLA. Ratings shown are maximum.
Bulletin 140M with adjustable current range should have the current trip set to the minimum range that the device will not trip.
Manual Self-Protected (Type E) Combination Motor Controller, UL listed for 208 Wye or Delta, 240 Wye or Delta, 480Y/277 or 600Y/ 347. Not UL listed for use on 480V or 600V Delta/Delta systems.
The AIC ratings of the Bulletin 140M Motor Protector may vary.
Maximum allowable rating by US NEC. Exact size must be chosen for each installation.
UL Type 12/IP54 (flange mount) heat sink ambient temperature rating is 40° C/ambient of unprotected drive portion (inside enclosure) is 55° C. The ambient temperature for the UL Type 12/IP54
stand-alone drives is 40° C.
Must remove top label and vent plate, drive enclosure rating will be IP00, NEMA/UL Type Open.
Drive frames 0-4 temperature rating is for NEMA/UL Type Open. The adhesive top label must be removed to operate drive at this temperature. Frames 5 & 6 do not have a top label.
Drives have dual current ratings; one for normal duty applications, and one for heavy duty applications. The drive may be operated at either rating.
Note: 600V class drives below 77 Amps (Frames 0-4) are declared to meet the Low Voltage Directive. It is the responsibility of the user to determine compliance to the EMC directive.
Notes:
(12)
20BF142
(12)
20BF119
(12)
20BF098
(12)
20BF082
(12)
20BF060
(12)
20BF052
–
37.5
–
45
–
55
–
75
–
90
–
110
kW
PWM
Rating
Freq.
ND HD kHz
690 Volt AC Input
Drive
Catalog
Number
Frame
Table A.F 690 Volt AC Input Protection Devices (13)
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Number
Frame
Table A.G 325 Volt DC Input Protection Devices (See page A-19 for Notes)
HP Rating
ND HD
PWM
Freq.
kHz
Temp. DC Input
(1)
Ratings
°C
Amps
Output Amps
Cont. 1 Min.
3 Sec. Fuse
Non-Time
Delay
Fuse (2)
0.5
1
2
3
5
7.5
10
15
20
25
30
40
–
50
–
60
–
75
–
100
–
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
2
2
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
45
50
2.2
4.2
6.8
9.6
15.3
22
28
42
52
70
80
104
80
130
104
154
130
192
154
260
205
3.3
6.4
12
14.4
23.0
33
44
63
80
105
140
175
160
175
175
231
260
288
308
390
410
JKS-5
JKS-10
HSJ15
HSJ20
HSJ30
HSJ45
HSJ60
HSJ90
HSJ100
HSJ150
HSJ175
HSJ225
HSJ225
HSJ250
HSJ250
HSJ300
HSJ300
HSJ400
HSJ400
HSJ400
HSJ400
325 Volt DC Input
20BB2P2
20BB4P2
20BB6P8
20BB9P6
20BB015
20BB022
20BB028
20BB042
20BB052
20BB070
20BB080
20BN104 (3)
0
0
1
1
1
1
2
3
3
4
4
5
20BN130 (3)
5
20BN154 (3)
6
20BN192 (3)
6
20BN260 (3)
6
0.33
0.75
1.5
2
3
5
7.5
10
15
20
25
–
30
–
40
–
50
–
60
–
75
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6.9
9.7
16
23.3
30
45
55
75.3
86.8
114.1
85.8
142.6
114.1
169
142.6
210.6
169
285.3
210.6
2.4
4.8
9
10.6
16.8
24.2
33
46.2
63
78
105
115
120
143
156
169
195
211
231
286
305
5
10
15
20
30
45
60
90
100
150
175
225
225
250
250
300
300
400
400
400
400
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Drive Catalog
Number
Frame
Table A.H 540 Volt DC Input Protection Devices (See page A-19 for Notes)
kW Rating
ND
HD
PWM
Freq.
kHz
Temp. DC Input
(1)
Ratings Output Amps
°C
Amps
Cont. 1 Min.
3 Sec. Fuse
Non-Time
Delay
Fuse (2)
0.37
0.75
1.5
2.2
4
5.5
7.5
11
15
18.5
22
30
37
45
–
55
–
75
–
90
–
110
–
132
–
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
2
2
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50 (7)
45
45
50 (4)
50 (4)
40 (4)
40 (4)
50 (4)
50 (4)
40 (4)
40 (4)
45 (4)
50 (4)
1.9
3.2
6.0
7.5
13.2
17.4
23.1
33
45
60
74
86
112
128
144
158
170
190
190
255
280
289
313
390
410
JKS-3
JKS-6
JKS-8
JKS-10
HSJ15
HSJ20
HSJ25
HSJ40
HSJ50
HSJ70
HSJ90
HSJ100
HSJ125
HSJ150
HSJ150
HSJ175
HSJ175
HSJ250
HSJ250
HSJ350
HSJ350
HSJ350
HSJ350
HSJ400
HSJ400
540 Volt DC Input
20BC1P3
20BC2P1
20BC3P5
20BC5P0
20BC8P7
20BC011
20BC015
20BC022
20BC030
20BC037
20BC043
20BC056
20BC072
20BC085 (3)(5)
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
2
2
3
3
3
4
20BP105 (3)(5)
5
20BP140 (3)(5)
5
20BP170 (3)(5)
6
20BP205 (3)(5)
6
20BP260 (3)(5)
6
0.25
0.55
0.75
1.5
3.0
4
5.5
7.5
11
15
18.5
22
30
–
37
–
45
–
55
–
75
–
90
–
110
1.3
2.1
3.7
5.3
9.3
12.6
16.8
24
33.2
40.9
47.5
61.9
80.5
95.1
80.5
120.2
95.1
159
120.2
192.3
159
226
192.3
298
226
1.3
2.1
3.5
5.0
8.7
11.5
15.4
22
30
37
43
56
72
85
72
105
85
140
105
170
140
205
170
260
205
1.4
2.4
4.5
5.5
9.9
13
17.2
24.2
33
45
56
64
84
94
108
116
128
154
158
187
210
220
255
286
305
3
6
8
10
15
20
25
40
50
70
90
100
125
150
150
175
175
250
250
350
350
350
350
400
400
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Number
Frame
Table A.I 650 Volt DC Input Protection Devices (See page A-19 for Notes)
HP Rating
ND HD
PWM
Freq.
kHz
Temp. DC Input
(1)
Ratings
°C
Amps
Output Amps
Cont. 1 Min.
3 Sec. Fuse
Non-Time
Delay
Fuse (2)
0.5
1
2
3
5
7.5
10
15
20
25
30
40
50
60
–
75
–
100
–
125
–
150
–
200
–
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
2
2
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50 (4)
50 (4)
50 (4)
50 (4)
50 (4)
50 (4)
50 (4)
50 (4)
45 (4)
50 (4)
1.1
2.1
3.4
5.0
8.0
11
14
22
27
34
40
52
65
77
65
96
77
125
96
156
125
180
156
248
180
1.6
3.2
6.0
7.5
12
16.5
22
33
44
54
68
80
104
116
130
144
154
163
168
234
250
270
312
372
360
JKS-3
JKS-6
JKS-6
JKS-10
HSJ15
HSJ20
HSJ30
HSJ40
HSJ50
HSJ60
HSJ80
HSJ90
HSJ100
HSJ150
HSJ150
HSJ175
HSJ175
HSJ200
HSJ200
HSJ300
HSJ300
HSJ400
HSJ400
HSJ400
HSJ400
650 Volt DC Input
20BD1P1
20BD2P1
20BD3P4
20BD5P0
20BD8P0
20BD011
20BD014
20BD022
20BD027
20BD034
20BD040
20BD052
20BD065
20BD077 (3)
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
2
2
3
3
3
4
20BR096 (3)(6)
5
20BR125 (3)(6)
5
20BR156 (3)(6)
6
20BR180 (3)(6)
6
20BR248 (3)(6)
6
0.33
0.75
1.5
2
3
5
7.5
10
15
20
25
30
40
–
50
–
60
–
75
–
100
–
125
–
150
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1.9
3.0
4.5
8.1
11.1
14.7
23.3
28.9
36.4
42.9
55.7
69.7
84.5
69.7
105.3
84.5
137.1
105.3
171.2
137.1
204
171.2
272
204
1.2
2.4
4.5
5.5
8.8
12.1
16.5
24.2
33
40.5
51
60
78
85
98
106
116
138
144
172
188
198
234
273
270
3
6
6
10
15
20
30
40
50
60
80
90
100
150
150
175
175
200
200
300
300
400
400
400
400
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Frame
Table A.J 810 Volt DC Input Protection Devices
Drive Catalog
Number
HP Rating
ND HD
PWM
Freq.
kHz
Temp. DC Input
(1)
Ratings
°C
Amps
Output Amps
Cont. 1 Min.
3 Sec. Fuse
Non-Time
Delay
Fuse (2)
1
2
3
5
7.5
10
15
20
25
30
40
50
60
100
–
150
–
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
2
2
2
2
2
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
40
40
50
50
1.7
2.7
3.9
6.1
9
11
17
22
27
32
41
52
62
99
77
144
125
2.6
4.8
5.9
9.2
13.5
18
25.5
34
44
54
64
82
104
126
138
216
250
JKS-3
JKS-6
JKS-6
JKS-10
HSJ15
HSJ20
HSJ30
HSJ40
HSJ50
HSJ60
HSJ70
HSJ90
HSJ125
HSJ150
HSJ150
HSJ200
HSJ200
810 Volt DC Input
20BE1P7
20BE2P7
20BE3P9
20BE6P1
20BE9P0
20BE011
20BE017
20BE022
20BE027
20BE032
20BE041
20BE052
20BE062
20BT099 (3)
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
2
2
3
3
3
4
5
20BT144 (3)
6
0.75
1.5
2
3
5
7.5
10
15
20
25
30
40
50
–
75
–
125
1.5
2.4
3.5
6.2
9.1
11.5
18
23.6
29
34.3
43.9
55.7
68.0
108.6
84.5
158
137.1
2
3.6
4.3
6.7
9.9
13.5
18.7
25.5
33
40.5
48
61.5
78
109
116
158
188
3
6
6
10
15
20
30
40
50
60
70
90
125
150
150
200
200
Drive
Catalog
Number
Frame
Table A.K 932 Volt DC Input Protection Devices
kW Rating
ND HD
PWM
Freq.
kHz
Temp. DC Input
(1)
Ratings
°C
Amps
Output Amps
Cont. 1 Min.
3 Sec. Fuse
Non-Time
Delay Fuse (2)
2
2
2
2
2
2
50 (4)
50 (4)
50 (4)
50 (4)
50 (4)
40 (4)
52
46
98
82
142
119
78
92
127
140
213
238
170M3741
170M3741
HSJ160
HSJ160
HSJ250
HSJ250
932 Volt DC Input
20BW052 (3)
5
20BW098 (3)
5
20BW142 (3)
6
45
–
90
–
132
–
–
37.5
–
75
–
110
58.2
46.9
110.7
92.3
162.2
134.9
57
69
108
123
156
179
100
100
160
160
250
250
Notes
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
Drive frames 0-4 temperature rating is for NEMA/UL Type Open. The adhesive top label must be removed to
operate drive at this temperature. Frames 5 & 6 do not have a top label.
The power source to Common Bus inverters must be derived from AC voltages 600V or less, as defined in
NFPA70; Art 430-18 (NEC). Battery supplies or MG sets are not included. The following devices were validated
to break current of the derived power DC Bus.
Disconnects: Allen-Bradley Bulletin No. 1494, 30-400A; 194, 30-400A; or ABB OESA, 600 & 800A; OESL, all
sizes.
Fuses: Bussmann Type JKS, all sizes; Type 170M, Case Sizes 1, 2 and 3, or Ferraz Shawmut Type HSJ, all
sizes. For any other devices, please contact the factory.
Drives have dual current ratings; one for normal duty applications, and one for heavy duty applications. The drive
may be operated at either rating.
UL Type 12/IP54 (flange mount) heat sink ambient temperature rating is 40°C/ambient of unprotected drive
portion (inside enclosure) is 55°C. The ambient temperature for the UL Type 12/IP54 stand-alone drives is 40°.
Also applies to “H” voltage class. Frame 5 & 6 NEMA/UL Type 12 enclosures (codes F & G) are not available in
“H” and “J” voltage class.
Also applies to “J” voltage class. Frame 5 & 6 NEMA/UL Tyoe 12 enclosures (codes F & G) are not available in
“H” & “J” voltage class.
Must remove top label and vent plate, drive enclosure rating will be IP00, NEMA/UL Type Open.
Two 630A Bussmann 170M6608 can also be used.
Two 700A Bussmann 170M6611 can also be used.
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Dimensions
Figure A.3 PowerFlex 700 Frames 0-3 (0 Frame Shown)
15.0 (0.59)
5.8 (0.23) dia.
A
D
see below
C
B
E
CAUTION
HOT surfaces can cause severe burns
8.0
(0.31)
5.5 (0.22) - Frames 0-1
7.0 (0.28) - Frames 2-3
3 Places
Frame (1)
Dimensions are in millimeters and (inches).
0
1
2
3
(1)
(2)
Weight (2) kg (lbs.)
A
110.0 (4.33)
135.0 (5.31)
222.0 (8.74)
222.0 (8.74)
B
336.0 (13.23)
336.0 (13.23)
342.5 (13.48)
517.5 (20.37)
C
200.0 (7.87)
200.0 (7.87)
200.0 (7.87)
200.0 (7.87)
Refer to Table A.L for frame information.
Weights include HIM and Standard I/O.
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80.0 (3.15)
105.0 (4.13)
192.0 (7.56)
192.0 (7.56)
E
320.0 (12.60)
320.0 (12.60)
320.0 (12.60)
500.0 (19.69)
Drive
5.22 (11.5)
7.03 (15.5)
12.52 (27.6)
18.55 (40.9)
Drive &
Packaging
8.16 (18)
9.98 (22)
15.20 (33.5)
22.68 (50)
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Figure A.4 PowerFlex 700 Frame 4
A
15.0 (0.59)
7.0 (0.28) dia.
D
C
B
E
8.0
(0.31)
7.0 (0.28)
3 Places
Lifting Holes
4 Places
Frame (1)
Dimensions are in millimeters and (inches)
Approx. Weight (2) kg (lbs.)
A (Max.)
4 220.0 (8.66)
(1)
(2)
B
758.8 (29.87)
C (Max.)
201.7 (7.94)
D
192.0 (7.56)
E
738.2 (29.06)
Drive
24.49 (54.0)
Drive &
Packaging
29.03 (64.0)
Refer to Table A.L for frame information.
Weights include HIM and Standard I/O.
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Figure A.5 PowerFlex 700 Frame 5
6.5 (0.26)
37.6 (1.48)
A
259.1 (10.20)
D
15.0 (0.59)
Detail
C
B
E
CAUTION
HOT surfaces can cause severe burns
Lifting Holes - 4 Places
12.7 (0.50) Dia.
6.5 (0.26)
12.5
(0.49)
Frame (1)
Dimensions are in millimeters and (inches).
5
(1)
(2)
(3)
Approx. Weight (2) kg (lbs.)
A (Max.)
B
C (Max.)
308.9 (12.16) 644.5 (25.37) (3) 275.4 (10.84)
D
225.0 (8.86)
Drive
E
625.0 (24.61) 37.19 (82.0)
Drive &
Packaging
49.50 (109.0)
Refer to Table A.L for frame information.
Weights include HIM and Standard I/O. Add 2.70 kg (6.0 lbs.) for the 20BC140 drive.
When using the supplied junction box (100 HP drives Only), add an additional 45.1 mm (1.78 in.)
to this dimension.
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Figure A.6 PowerFlex 700 Frame 6
8.5 (0.33)
A
360.6 (14.20)
D
49.6
(1.95)
18.0 (0.71)
Detail
C
B
E
126.3
(4.97)
8.5 (0.33)
13.5 (0.53)
Lifting Holes
4 Places
12.7 (0.50) Dia.
Frame (1)
Dimensions are in millimeters and (inches)
6
(1)
(2)
(3)
Approx. Weight (3) kg (lbs.)
Drive
A (Max.)
B (2)
C (Max.)
D
E
403.9 (15.90) 850.0 (33.46) 275.5 (10.85) 300.0 (11.81) 825.0 (32.48) 71.44 (157.5)
Drive &
Packaging
100.9 (222.0)
Refer to Table A.L for frame information.
Junction Box can be removed if drive is mounted in a cabinet.
Weights include HIM and Standard I/O. Add 13.60 kg (30.0 lbs.) for the following drives; 20BB260,
20BC260 and 20BD248.
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Figure A.7 PowerFlex 700 Bottom View Dimensions
Frame Rating Dimensions
0
All
96.0 (3.78)
75.0 (2.95)
55.0 (2.17)
35.0 (1.38)
22.2 (0.87) Dia. – 4 Places
30.2
(1.19)
187.5
(7.38)
185.0
(7.28)
132.9
(5.23)
41.9 (1.65)
56.1 (2.21)
75.9 (2.99)
96.0 (3.78)
1
All
108.5 (4.27)
87.5 (3.44)
67.5 (2.66)
47.5 (1.87)
28.6 (1.13) Dia.
22.2 (0.87) Dia.
3 Places
25.5
(1.00)
162.3
(6.39)
187.6
(7.39)
185.1
(7.29)
133.3
(5.25)
43.0 (1.69)
70.0 (2.76)
75.9 (2.99)
96.0 (3.78)
2
All
167.5 (6.59)
156.9 (6.18)
28.7 (1.13) Dia.
3 Places
22.4 (0.88) Dia.
2 Places
184.8
(7.28)
157.5
(6.20)
150.9
(5.94)
112.1
(4.41)
39.3 (1.55)
57.2 (2.25)
72.7 (2.86)
106.0 (4.17)
139.4 (5.49)
177.4 (6.98)
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3
All
except
22.2 (0.87) Dia.
50 HP,
28.7 (1.13) Dia.
2 Places
480V
(37 kW,
400V)
105.3 (4.15)
94.7 (3.73)
A-25
37.3 (1.47) Dia.
2 Places
184.5
(7.26)
165.1
(6.50)
160.1
(6.30)
151.1
(5.95)
127.7
(5.03)
22.7 (0.89)
29.0 (1.14)
66.0 (2.60)
97.0 (3.82)
137.2 (5.40)
187.0 (7.36)
50 HP,
480V
(37 kW,
400V)
Normal
Duty
Drive
34.9 (1.37) Dia.
2 Places
46.7 (1.84) Dia.
2 Places
105.3 (4.15)
94.7 (3.73)
28.7 (1.13) Dia.
2 Places
184.5
(7.26)
165.1
(6.50)
160.1
(6.30)
127.7
(5.03)
Vent Plate
22.7 (0.89)
29.0 (1.14)
66.0 (2.60)
130.0 (5.12)
186.0 (7.32)
4
All
76.0 (2.99)
65.3 (2.57)
22.2 (0.87) Dia.
28.7 (1.13) Dia.
2 Places
47.0 (1.85) Dia.
2 Places
54.1 (2.13) Dia.
2 Places
189.7
(7.47)
177.9
(7.00)
157.9
(6.21)
141.9
(5.59)
105.1
(4.14)
26.8 (1.06)
36.8 (1.45)
50.7 (2.00)
63.8 (2.51)
112.0 (4.41)
180.0 (7.09)
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Frame Rating Dimensions
5
75 HP,
480V
(55kW,
400V)
Normal 241.9
Duty
(9.52)
229.5
Drive
(9.04)
104.0 (4.09)
93.2 (3.67)
34.9 (1.37) Dia.
2 Places
22.2 (0.87) Dia.
2 Places
62.7 (2.47) Dia.
2 Places
220.0
(8.66)
184.0
(7.24)
159.5
(6.28)
96.0
(3.78)
28.0 (1.10)
45.0 (1.77)
85.0 (3.35)
150.0 (5.91)
215.0 (8.46)
255.0 (10.04)
100 HP,
480V
Normal
Duty
Drive
34.9 (1.37) Dia.
42.6 (1.68)
31.9 (1.26)
241.9
(9.52)
223.5
(8.80)
188.5
(7.42)
184.3
(7.26)
153.5
(6.04)
96.0
(3.78)
28.0 (1.10)
44.0 (1.73)
66.4 (2.61)
128.0 (5.04)
232.3 (9.15)
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22.2 (0.87) Dia.
2 Places
62.7 (2.47) Dia.
2 Places
Removable Junction Box
Supplemental Drive Information
Frame Rating Dimensions
6
All
56.2 (2.21)
45.6 (1.80)
34.9 (1.37) Dia.
3 Places
62.7 (2.47) Dia.
3 Places
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22.2 (0.87) Dia.
4 Places
Removable Junction Box
219.0
(8.62)
242.0
(9.53)
222.3
(8.75)
148.5
(5.85)
116.6
(4.59)
185.4
(7.30)
151.8
(5.98)
47.1 (1.85)
52.1 (2.05)
69.1 (2.72)
130.1 (5.12)
230.1 (9.06)
280.1 (11.03)
330.1 (13.00)
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Figure A.8 Frame 5 NEMA/UL Type 12 Standalone (400-690V drives only)
609.6 (24.00)
25.4 (1.00)
105.5 (4.15)
558.8 (22.00)
Air
Outlet
1574.8
(62.00)
DANGER
REMOTE SOURCE(S) OF POWER.
DISCONNECT ALL SOURCES OF POWER
BEFORE OPENING THE DOOR.
DANGER
1543.0 ±1.5
(62.75 ±0.06)
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD FROM
ENERGY STORAGE CAPACITORS.
VERIFY LOW VOLTAGE DISCHARGE
BEFORE SERVICING.
SEE INSTRUCTION MANUAL.
1061.5
(41.79)
140.0
(5.51)
16.8 (0.66)
13.5 (0.53) Dia.
4 Places (See Note A)
450.7
(17.75) Max.
425.5
(16.75)
287.0
(11.30)
12.7 (0.50) Dia.
Lifting Holes
Note A:
Mount with 0.50 Inch UNC Grade 5 or Higher Screws
or
M12 Material Class 5.6 or Higher Screws
Use Flat Washer with each Fastener
Air Inlet
Frame
Dimensions are in millimeters and (inches)
5
(1)
Approx. Weight (1) kg (lbs.)
Description
Standalone
Drive
102.51 (226.0)
Drive & Packaging
154.68 (341.0)
Weights include HIM and Standard I/O.
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Figure A.9 Frame 5 NEMA/UL Type 12 Flange Mount (400-690V drives only)
500.0
(19.69)
219.5
(8.64)
196.5
(7.74)
11.0
(0.43)
12.7 (0.50) Dia. Lifting Holes - 4 Plcs.
478.0
(18.82)
Air
Outlet
1061.0
(41.77)
127.6
(5.02)
SHLD
1039.0
(40.91)
SHLD
449.6
(17.74)
BRAKE TERMINAL RATINGS
DANGER
300 VDC EXT PWR SPLY TERM (PS+, PS-)
WIRE RANGE: 14-1/0 AWG (2.5-50 MM2)
TORQUE: 32 IN-LB (3.6 N-M)
STRIP LENGTH: 0.67 IN (17 MM)
WIRE RANGE: 22-10 AWG (0.5-4 MM2)
TORQUE: 5.3 IN-LB (0.6 N-M)
STRIP LENGTH: 0.35 IN (9 MM)
RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK AND DEATH
GROUND TERMINAL RATINGS (PE)
WIRE RANGE: 6-1/0 AWG (18-35 MM2)
TORQUE: 44 IN-LB (5 N-M)
STRIP LENGTH: 0.83 IN (21 MM)
DANGER
POWER & DC TERMINAL RATINGS
USE 75 C CU WIRE ONLY
WIRE RANGE: 4-3/0 AWG (18-70 MM2)
TORQUE: 133 IN-LB (15 N-M)
STRIP LENGTH: 1.02 IN (26 MM)
FIELD INSTALLED OPTIONS
OUTPUT
6 MM HEX KEY
INPUT AC
6 MM HEX KEY
53.2
(2.09)
194.0
(7.60)
Ground
M5 PEM Nut
11.0
(0.43)
5.5 (0.22) Dia. Holes for
Supplied Mounting Hardware
40 Plcs.
303.6
(11.95)
2.3 (0.09)
Compressed
Gasket
185.0
(7.30)
97.0
(3.82)
384.0
(15.12)
42.0
(1.65)
Frame
Dimensions are in millimeters and (inches)
5
(1)
Approx. Weight (1) kg (lbs.)
Description
Flange Mount
Drive
61.69 (136.0)
Drive & Packaging
81.65 (180.0)
Weights include HIM and Standard I/O.
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Figure A.10 Frame 5 Flange Mount Cutout
4.00 (0.157) Dia. Holes (40 Places)
in Minimum 14 GA. (1.9) Steel
Mounting Surface. Deburr Pilot Holes
and Drive Cutout.
1039.0
(40.91)
10.0
(0.39)
458.0
(18.03)
1026.5 (40.41)
948.5 (37.34)
870.5 (34.27)
792.5 (31.20)
Cutout
714.5 (28.13)
1019.0
(40.12)
636.5 (25.06)
558.5 (21.99)
480.5 (18.92)
402.5 (15.85)
324.5 (12.78)
246.5 (9.71)
168.5 (6.63)
90.5
(3.56)
12.5 (0.49)
59.0 (2.32)
131.0 (5.16)
203.0 (7.99)
275.0 (10.83)
347.0 (13.66)
419.0 (16.50)
478.0 (18.82)
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(0.39)
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Figure A.11 Frame 6 NEMA/UL Type 12 Standalone (400-690V drives only)
711.3 (28.00)
24.1 (0.90)
123.6 (4.90)
663.1 (26.10)
1828.8
(72.00)
1795.2
(70.70)
1279.5
(50.40)
283.3
(11.20)
16.8 (0.66)
13.5 (0.53) Dia.
4 Places (See Note A)
Note A:
Mount with 0.50 Inch UNC Grade 5 or Higher Screws
or
M12 Material Class 5.6 or Higher Screws
Use Flat Washer with each Fastener
487.8
(19.20) Max.
8.0
(0.30)
12.7 (0.50) Dia.
Lifting Holes
Air Inlet
Frame
Dimensions are in millimeters and (inches)
6
(1)
Approx. Weight (1) kg (lbs.)
Description
Standalone
Drive
176.90 (390.0)
Drive & Packaging
229.07 (505.0)
Weights include HIM and Standard I/O.
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Figure A.12 Frame 6 NEMA/UL Type 12 Flange Mount (400-690V drives only)
584.0
(23.00)
201.0
(7.90)
14.0
(0.60)
556.0
(21.90)
105.8
(4.17)
1100.0
(43.30)
1078.0
(42.40)
WIRE STRIP
22-12 AWG PS+
5.3 IN-LB
PS(0.6 N-M)
763.3
(30.0)
BR2
BR1
DC+
DC-
U
T1
V
T2
W
T3
PE
PE
R
L1
S
L2
T
L3
OUTPUT
USE 75C COPPER WIRE ONLY, TORQUE 52 IN-LB (6 N-M)
Ground
M5 PEM Stud
11.0
(0.43)
137.2 127.3
(5.40) (5.00)
5.5 (0.22) Dia. Holes for
Supplied Mounting Hardware
44 Places
294.7
(11.60)
2.4 (0.10)
Compressed
Gasket
193.7
(7.60)
131.6
(5.20)
468.2
(18.40)
57.9
(2.30)
Frame
Dimensions are in millimeters and (inches)
6
(1)
Approx. Weight (1) kg (lbs.)
Description
Flange Mount
Drive
99.79 (220.0)
Drive & Packaging
119.75 (264.0)
Weights include HIM and Standard I/O.
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Figure A.13 Frame 6 Flange Mount Cutout
4.00 (0.157) Dia. Holes (44 Places)
in Minimum 14 GA. (1.9) Steel
Mounting Surface. Deburr Pilot Holes
and Drive Cutout.
12.0
(0.50)
532.0
(20.90)
1078.0 (42.40)
1043.0 (41.10)
971.0 (38.20)
899.0 (35.40)
827.0 (32.60)
Cutout
755.0 (29.70)
1054.0
(41.5)
683.0 (26.90)
611.0 (24.10)
539.0 (21.20)
467.0 (18.40)
395.0 (15.60)
323.0 (12.70)
251.0 (9.90)
179.0
(7.00)
107.0
(4.20)
44.0 (1.70)
122.0 (4.80)
200.0 (7.90)
278.0 (10.90)
356.0 (14.00)
434.0 (17.10)
512.0 (20.20)
35.0
12.0
(1.40) (0.50)
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Frame Cross Reference
Table A.L PowerFlex 700 Frames
AC Input
208/240
400V
480V
600V
690V
Frame ND HP HD HP ND kW HD kW ND HP HD HP ND HP HD HP ND kW HD kW
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
0.5
1
–
–
–
–
2
3
5
7.5
10
–
15
20
–
25
30
40
50
–
–
60
75
100
0.33
0.75
–
–
–
–
1.5
2
3
5
7.5
–
10
15
–
20
25
30
40
–
–
50
60
75
DC Input
540V
HD HP
Frame ND HP
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
–
–
–
–
–
–
0.37
0.75
1.5
2.2
4
5.5
7.5
11
15
18.5
22
30
37
45
–
55
–
75
90
110
132
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–
–
–
–
–
0.25
0.55
0.75
1.5
2.2
4
5.5
7.5
11
15
18.5
22
30
37
–
45
–
55
75
90
110
0.37
0.75
1.5
2.2
4
5.5
7.5
11
–
–
15
18.5
22
30
37
45
–
55
75
–
–
90
110
132
0.25
0.55
0.75
1.5
2.2
4
5.5
7.5
–
–
11
15
18.5
22
30
37
–
45
55
–
–
75
90
110
0.5
1
2
3
5
7.5
10
15
–
–
20
25
30
40
50
60
–
75
100
–
–
125
150
200
650V
ND HP
HD HP
0.5
1
2
3
5
7.5
10
15
–
–
–
–
–
–
20
25
30
40
50
60
–
75
100
125
150
–
200
0.33
0.75
1.5
2
3
5
7.5
10
–
–
–
–
–
–
15
20
25
30
40
50
–
60
75
100
125
–
150
0.33
0.75
1.5
2
3
5
7.5
10
–
–
15
20
25
30
40
50
–
60
75
–
–
100
125
150
1
2
3
5
7.5
–
10
15
–
–
20
25
30
40
50
60
–
75
100
–
–
125
150
–
0.5
1
2
3
5
–
7.5
10
–
–
15
20
25
30
40
50
–
60
75
–
–
100
125
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
45
55
75
90
110
132
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
37.5
45
55
75
90
110
–
Appendix B
HIM Overview
For information on . .
See page
External & Internal Connections B-1
LCD Display Elements
B-2
ALT Functions
B-2
Menu Structure
B-3
For information on . .
See page
Viewing and Editing Parameters B-5
Removing/Installing the HIM
B-8
External & Internal Connections
The PowerFlex 700 provides a number of cable connection points
(0 Frame shown).
1or3
2
➌
➊
➋
➍
DANGER
!
Use 75C Wire Only
#10-#14 AWG
Torque to 7 in-lbs
Optional
Communications
Module
BR1
BR2
DC+
DC–
PE
U/T1
V/T2
W/T3
R/L1
S/L2
T/L3
No. Connector
➊ DPI Port 1
Description
HIM connection when installed in cover.
➋
➌
➍
Cable connection for handheld and remote options.
DPI Port 2
DPI Port 3 or 2 Splitter cable connected to DPI Port 2 provides additional port.
DPI Port 5
Cable connection for communications adapter.
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HIM Overview
LCD Display Elements
Display
Description
F-> Power Loss
Auto
0.0 Hz
Direction⎥ Drive Status⎥ Alarm⎥ Auto/Man⎥ Information
Commanded or Output Frequency
Main Menu:
Diagnostics
Parameter
Device Select
Programming / Monitoring / Troubleshooting
The top line of the HIM display can be configured with [DPI Fdbk Select], parameter 299.
ALT Functions
To use an ALT function, start at the Main Menu and press the ALT
key, release it, then press the programming key associated with one
of the following functions:
Table B.A ALT Key Functions
ALT Key and then …
Esc
Sel
Performs this function …
S.M.A.R.T. Displays the S.M.A.R.T. screen.
View
Lang
Allows the selection of how parameters will be
viewed or detailed information about a
parameter or component.
Displays the language selection screen.
Auto / Man Switches between Auto and Manual Modes.
Remove
ALT
.
+/–
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Param #
Allows HIM removal without causing a fault if the
HIM is not the last controlling device and does
not have Manual control of the drive.
Allows value to be entered as an exponent
(Not available on PowerFlex 700).
Allows entry of a parameter number for viewing/
editing.
HIM Overview
B-3
Menu Structure
Figure B.1 HIM Menu Structure
User
Display
Esc
Sel
Alarms
Faults
Status Info
Device Items
Device Version
HIM Version
Diagnostics
View Alarm Queue
Clr Alarm Queue
Drive Status 1
Drive Status 2
Drive Alarm 1
Drive Alarm 2
Speed Ref Source
Start Inhibits
Last Stop Source
Dig In Status
Dig Out Status
Drive Temp
Drive OL Count
Motor OL Count
PowerFlex 700
Product Data
Main Control Board
Power Unit Board
LCD Module Product Data
LCD HIM
Control Board
Keyboard – Numeric
Parameter
ALT
View selected through
Param Access Lvl
FGP
Numbered List
Changed Params
View Links
Sel
Basic
Advanced
Reserved
FGP: File
File 1 Name
File 2 Name
File 3 Name
FGP: Group
Group 1 Name
Group 2 Name
Group 3 Name
FGP: Parameter
Parameter Name
Parameter Name
Parameter Name
PowerFlex 700
Connected DPI Devices
Device Select
Fault Info
View Fault Queue
Clear Faults
Clr Fault Queue
Reset Device
Value Screen
Device -> HIM
Device <- HIM
Delete HIM Set
Memory Storage
Start-Up
Preferences
Press
Press
Him CopyCat
Device User Sets
Reset To Defaults
Continue
Start Over
Intro
Drive Identity
Change Password
User Dspy Lines
User Dspy Time
User Dspy Video
Reset User Dspy
Contrast
to move between menu items
to select a menu item
Drive User Set:
Save To User Set
Load Frm Usr Set
Active Name Set
SMART
Basic
Detailed
Applications
More Info
Complete Steps:
1. Input Voltage
2. Motr Data/Ramp
3. Motor Tests
4. Speed Limits
5. Speed/Trq Cntl
6. Strt/Stop/I/O
7. Done/Exit *
More Info
Torq Prove
Pos/Speed Profile
Oil Well Pumps
Esc
Make a Selection:
Abort
Backup
Resume
Start-Up Menu
* Done-Exit must be
selected to save
any changes.
Press
Esc
to move 1 level back in the menu structure
Press
ALT
Sel
to select how to view parameters
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HIM Overview
Diagnostics Menu
When a fault trips the drive, use this menu to access detailed data about
the drive.
Option
Alarms
Faults
Status Info
Device Version
HIM Version
Description
View alarm queue and clear alarms.
View fault queue or fault information, clear faults or reset drive.
View parameters that display status information about the drive.
View the firmware version and hardware series of components.
View the firmware version and hardware series of the HIM.
Parameter Menu
Refer to Viewing and Editing Parameters on page B-5.
The drive is initially set to Basic Parameter View. To view all
parameters, set parameter 196 [Param Access Lvl] to option 1
“Advanced.” To view Engineering parameters (refer to the PowerFlex
Reference Manual, publication PFLEX-RM002 for details) select option
2 “Reserved.” Parameter 196 is not affected by the Reset to Defaults.
Option
Changed
Description
Parameters changed for default.
Device Select Menu
Use this menu to access parameters in connected peripheral devices.
Memory Storage Menu
Drive data can be saved to, or recalled from, User and HIM sets.
User sets are files stored in permanent nonvolatile drive memory.
HIM sets are files stored in permanent nonvolatile HIM memory.
Option
HIM Copycat
Device -> HIM
Device <- HIM
Device User Sets
Reset To Defaults
Start Up Menu
See Chapter 2.
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Save data to a HIM set, load data from a HIM set to active drive
memory or delete a HIM set.
Save data to a User set, load data from a User set to active drive
memory or name a User set.
Restore the drive to its factory-default settings.
HIM Overview
B-5
Preferences Menu
The HIM and drive have features that you can customize.
Option
Drive Identity
Change Password
User Dspy Lines
User Dspy Time
User Dspy Video
Reset User Dspy
Description
Add text to identify the drive.
Enable/disable or modify the password.
Select the display, parameter, scale and text for the User Display. The User
Display is two lines of user-defined data that appears when the HIM is not being
used for programming.
Set the wait time for the User Display or enable/disable it.
Select Reverse or Normal for the Frequency and User Display lines.
Return all the options for the User Display to factory default values.
Viewing and Editing Parameters
LCD HIM
Step
1. In the Main Menu, press the Up Arrow or
Down Arrow to scroll to “Parameter.”
Key(s)
Example Displays
or
FGP: File
Monitor
Motor Control
Speed Command
2. Press Enter. “FGP File” appears on the top
line and the first three files appear below it.
3. Press the Up Arrow or Down Arrow to scroll
through the files.
or
FGP: Group
Motor Data
Torq Attributes
Volts per Hertz
4. Press Enter to select a file. The groups in the
file are displayed under it.
5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 to select a group and
then a parameter. The parameter value
screen will appear.
FGP: Parameter
Maximum Voltage
Maximum Freq
Compensation
6. Press Enter to edit the parameter.
7. Press the Up Arrow or Down Arrow to
change the value. If desired, press Sel to
move from digit to digit, letter to letter, or bit
to bit. The digit or bit that you can change will
be highlighted.
or
Sel
FGP:
Par 55
Maximum Freq
60.00 Hz
25 <> 400.00
or
FGP:
Par 55
Maximum Freq
90.00 Hz
25 <> 400.00
8. Press Enter to save the value. If you want to
cancel a change, press Esc.
9. Press the Up Arrow or Down Arrow to scroll
through the parameters in the group, or
press Esc to return to the group list.
Esc
Numeric Keypad Shortcut
If using a HIM with a numeric keypad, press the ALT key and the +/–
key to access the parameter by typing its number.
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HIM Overview
Linking Parameters
Most parameter values are entered directly by the user. However, certain
parameters can be “linked,” so the value of one parameter becomes the
value of another. For Example: the value of an analog input can be linked
to [Accel Time 2]. Rather than entering an acceleration time directly (via
HIM), the link allows the value to change by varying the analog signal.
This can provide additional flexibility for advanced applications.
Each link has 2 components:
•
Source parameter – sender of information.
•
Destination parameter – receiver of information.
Most parameters can be a source of data for a link, except parameter
values that contain an integer representing an ENUM (text choice).
These are not allowed, since the integer is not actual data (it represents a
value). Table B.B lists the parameters that can be destinations. All links
must be established between equal data types (parameter value formatted
in floating point can only source data to a destination parameter value
that is also floating point).
Establishing A Link
Step
1. Select a valid destination parameter (see
Table B.B) to be linked (refer to page B-5).
The parameter value screen will appear.
Key(s)
Example Displays
FGP: Parameter
Accel Time 1
Accel Time 2
Decel Time 1
2. Press Enter to edit the parameter. The
cursor will move to the value line.
3. Press ALT and then View (Sel). Next, press
the Up or Down Arrow to change “Present
Value” to “Define Link.” Press Enter.
4. Enter the Source Parameter Number and
press Enter.
The linked parameter can now be viewed two
different ways by repeating steps 1-4 and
selecting “Present Value” or “Define Link.” If
an attempt is made to edit the value of a
linked parameter, “Parameter is Linked!” will
be displayed, indicating that the value is
coming from a source parameter and can not
be edited.
5. To remove a link, repeat steps 1-5 and
change the source parameter number to
zero (0).
6. Press Esc to return to the group list.
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or
Min: 0.1 Secs
Max: 3600.0 Secs
Dflt: 10.0 Secs
Present Value
.
.
.
Define Link
Parameter: #141
Accel Time 2
Link:
017
Analog In1 Value
Esc
HIM Overview
B-7
Table B.B Linkable Parameters
Number
54
56
57
58
59
62
63
69
70
71
72
84
85
86
87
91
92
94
95
97
98
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
119
120
121
122
123
127
129
130
131
132
133
140
141
142
143
146
148
149
151
152
153
154
158
Parameter
Maximum Voltage
Compensation
Flux Up Mode
Flux Up Time
SV Boost Filter
IR Voltage Drop
Flux Current Ref
Start/Acc Boost
Run Boost
Break Voltage
Break Frequency
Skip Frequency 1
Skip Frequency 2
Skip Frequency 3
Skip Freq Band
Speed Ref A Hi
Speed Ref A Lo
Speed Ref B Hi
Speed Ref B Lo
TB Man Ref Hi
TB Man Ref Lo
Jog Speed
Preset Speed 1
Preset Speed 2
Preset Speed 3
Preset Speed 4
Preset Speed 5
Preset Speed 6
Preset Speed 7
Trim Hi
Trim Lo
Slip RPM @ FLA
Slip Comp Gain
Slip RPM Meter
PI Setpoint
PI Integral Time
PI Prop Gain
PI Lower Limit
PI Upper Limit
PI Preload
Accel Time 1
Accel Time 2
Decel Time 1
Decel Time 2
S-Curve %
Current Lmt Val
Current Lmt Gain
PWM Frequency
Droop RPM @ FLA
Regen Power Limit
Current Rate Limit
DC Brake Level
Number
159
160
164
165
170
175
180
181
182
183
185
186
321
322
323
324
325
326
327
343
344
346
347
381
382
383
385
386
387
389
390
391
416
419
420
428
429
430
432
433
434
435
436
437
445
446
447
449
450
454
460
461
Parameter
DC Brake Time
Bus Reg Ki
Bus Reg Kp
Bus Reg Kd
Flying StartGain
Auto Rstrt Delay
Wake Level
Wake Time
Sleep Level
Sleep Time
Power Loss Time
Power Loss Level
Anlg In Sqr Root
Analog In1 Hi
Analog In1 Lo
Analog In1 Loss
Analog In2 Hi
Analog In2 Lo
Analog In2 Loss
Analog Out1 Hi
Analog Out1 Lo
Analog Out2 Hi
Analog Out2 Lo
Dig Out1 Level
Dig Out1 OnTime
Dig Out1 OffTime
Dig Out2 Level
Dig Out2 OnTime
Dig Out2 OffTime
Dig Out3 Level
Dig Out3 OnTime
Dig Out3 OffTime
Fdbk Filter Sel
Notch Filter Freq
Notch Filter K
Torque Ref A Hi
Torque Ref A Lo
Torq Ref A Div
Torque Ref B Hi
Torque Ref B Lo
Torq Ref B Mult
Torque Setpoint
Pos Torque Limit
Neg Torque Limit
Ki Speed Loop
Kp Speed Loop
Kf Speed Loop
Speed Desired BW
Total Inertia
Rev Speed Limit
PI Reference Hi
PI Reference Lo
Number
462
463
476-494
477-495
478-496
479-497
480-498
602
603
604
605
606
607
608
609
610
611
Parameter
PI Feedback Hi
PI Feedback Lo
ScaleX In Value
ScaleX In Hi
ScaleX In Lo
ScaleX Out Hi
ScaleX Out Lo
Spd Dev Band
SpdBand Integrat
Brk Release Time
ZeroSpdFloatTime
Float Tolerance
Brk Set Time
TorqLim SlewRate
BrkSlip Count
Brk Alarm Travel
MicroPos Scale%
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HIM Overview
Removing/Installing the HIM
The HIM can be removed or installed while the drive is powered.
Important: HIM removal is only permissible in Auto mode. If the HIM
is removed while in Manual mode or the HIM is the only
remaining control device, a fault will occur.
Step
To remove the HIM . . .
1. Press ALT and then Enter (Remove). The
Remove HIM confirmation screen appears.
2. Press Enter to confirm that you want to
remove the HIM.
3. Remove the HIM from the drive.
To install HIM . . .
1. Insert into drive or connect cable.
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Key(s)
ALT +
Example Displays
Remove Op Intrfc:
Press Enter to
Disconnect Op Intrfc?
(Port 1 Control)
Appendix C
Application Notes
For information on . .
Adjustable Voltage Operation
See page . .
C-1
External Brake Resistor
C-3
Lifting/Torque Proving
C-4
Limit Switches for Digital Inputs C-11
Minimum Speed
C-12
Motor Control Technology
C-12
Motor Overload
C-14
Motor Overload Memory
C-16
Retention Per 2005 NEC
Overspeed
C-16
For information on . .
Position Indexer/Speed
Profiler
Power Loss Ride Through
Process PID
Reverse Speed Limit
Skip Frequency
Sleep Wake Mode
Start At PowerUp
Stop Mode
See page . .
C-17
Voltage Tolerance
C-40
C-27
C-28
C-31
C-32
C-34
C-36
C-36
Adjustable Voltage Operation
In Adjustable Voltage control mode, the output voltage is controlled
independently from the output frequency. The voltage and frequency
components have independent references and acceleration/deceleration
rates. Single-phase and three-phase output is possible with this feature.
The Adjustable Voltage mode is designed to operate on electro-magnetic
loads - not typical AC motors.
Typical applications include:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Linear Motors
Vibration Welding
Vibratory conveying
Electromagnetic Stirring
Induction Heating (400 Hz or lower)
Resistive Loads (dryers)
Power Supplies
Enabling Adjustable Voltage
Adjustable Voltage is enabled in [Motor Cntl Sel], parameter 053 by
selecting “5, Adj Voltage.” In this mode, current limit will now reduce
voltage instead of frequency when the threshold is reached. Aggressive
ramp rates on the voltage command should be avoided to minimize
nuisance overcurrent trips.
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Application Notes
Fixed Frequency Control Applications
Many of the applications require a fixed frequency operation with
variable voltage levels. For these applications it is best to set the
frequency ramp rates to “0” using [Accel Time 1 & 2] and [Decel Time 1
& 2], parameters 140-143. The ramp rates for output voltage are
independently controlled with parameters [Adj Volt AccTime] and [Adj
Volt DecTime], parameters 675-676.
Output Filters
Several adjustable voltage applications may require the use of output
filters. Any L-C or sine wave filter used on the output side of the drive
must be compatible with the desired frequency of operation, as well as
the PWM voltage waveform developed by the inverter. The drive is
capable of operating from 0-400 Hz output frequency and the PWM
frequencies range from 2-10 kHz. When a filter is used on the output of
the drive, [Drive OL Mode], parameter 150 should be programmed so
that PWM frequency is not affected by an overload condition (i.e. “0,
Disabled” or “1, Reduce CLim”).
Trim Function
The trim function can be used with the Adjustable Voltage mode. The
value of the selection in [Adj Volt TrimSel], parameter 669 is summed
with the value of [Adj Volt Select], parameter 651. Scaling of the trim
function is controlled with [Adj Volt Trim%], parameter 672. When the
sign of [Adj Volt Trim%] is negative, the value selected in [Adj Volt
TrimSel] is subtracted from the reference.
Process Control
The Process PI loop in the drive can be configured to regulate the
frequency or voltage commands of the drive. Typical applications using
the Adjustable Voltage mode will close the loop around the voltage
command. Process PI is enabled by selecting “1, AdjVoltTrim” in bit 10
of [PI Configuration], parameter 124. This bit configures the PI regulator
output to trim the voltage reference, rather than the torque or speed
references. The trim can be configured to be exclusive by selecting “1,
Excl Mode” in bit 0 of [PI Configuration], parameter 124. Trimming the
voltage reference is not compatible with trimming the torque reference,
thus if bits 10 and 8 of [PI Configuration] are set, a type II alarm will
occur, setting bit 19 (PI Cfg Cflct) in [Drive Alarm 2], parameter 212.
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External Brake Resistor
!
ATTENTION: The drive does not offer protection for externally
mounted brake resistors. A risk of fire exists if external braking
resistors are not protected. External resistor packages must be
self-protected from over temperature or a circuit equivalent to the one
shown below must be supplied.
Figure C.1 External Brake Resistor Circuitry
Three-Phase
AC Input
(Input Contactor) M
R (L1)
S (L2)
T (L3)
Power Off
Power On
M
M
Power Source
DB Resistor Thermostat
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Application Notes
Lifting/Torque Proving
The TorqProve™ feature of the PowerFlex 700 is intended for
applications where proper coordination between motor control and a
mechanical brake is required. Prior to releasing a mechanical brake, the
drive will check motor output phase continuity and verify proper motor
control (torque proving). The drive will also verify that the mechanical
brake has control of the load prior to releasing drive control (brake
proving). After the drive sets the brake, motor movement is monitored to
ensure the brakes ability to hold the load. TorqProve can be operated
with an encoder or encoderless.
TorqProve functionality with an encoder includes:
•
Torque Proving (includes flux up and last torque measurement)
•
Brake Proving
•
Brake Slip (feature slowly lowers load if brake slips/fails)
•
Float Capability (ability to hold full torque at zero speed)
•
Micro-Positioning
•
Fast Stop
•
Speed Deviation Fault, Output Phase Loss Fault, Encoder Loss Fault.
Encoderless TorqProve functionality includes:
•
Torque Proving (includes flux up and last torque measurement)
•
Brake Proving
•
Micro-Positioning
•
Fast Stop
•
Speed Deviation Fault, Output Phase Loss Fault.
Important: Brake Slip detection and Float capability (ability to hold
load at zero speed) are not available in encoderless
TorqProve
!
ATTENTION: Loss of control in suspended load applications can
cause personal injury and/or equipment damage. Loads must always be
controlled by the drive or a mechanical brake. Parameters 600-612 are
designed for lifting/torque proving applications. It is the responsibility
of the engineer and/or end user to configure drive parameters, test any
lifting functionality and meet safety requirements in accordance with
all applicable codes and standards.
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!
C-5
ATTENTION: User must read the following prior to the use of
TorqProve with no encoder.
Encoderless TorqProve must be limited to lifting applications where
personal safety is not a concern. Encoders offer additional protection
and must be used where personal safety is a concern. Encoderless
TorqProve cannot hold a load at zero speed without a mechanical brake
and does not offer additional protection if the brake slips/fails. Loss of
control in suspended load applications can cause personal injury and/or
equipment damage.
It is the responsibility of the engineer and/or user to configure drive
parameters, test any lifting functionality and meet safety requirements
in accordance with all applicable codes and standards. If encoderless
TorqProve is desired, the user must certify the safety of the application.
To acknowledge that the end user has read this “Attention” and properly
certified their encoderless application, bit 8 (“TPEncdless”) of
[Compensation], parameter 56 must be changed to a “1.” This will
disable Fault 28, “See Manual” and allow bit 1 of Parameter 600 to be
changed to a “1” enabling encoderless TorqProve.
TorqProve Manual Start Up
It is possible to use the Assisted Start Up (see page 2-3) to tune the
motor. However, it is recommended that the motor be disconnected from
the hoist/crane equipment during the routine. If this is not possible, refer
to steps 1 through 12 on the following pages.
!
ATTENTION: To guard against personal injury and/or equipment
damage caused by unexpected brake release, verify the Digital Out 1
brake connections and/or programming. The default drive
configuration energizes the Digital Out 1 relay when power is applied
to the drive. The PowerFlex 700 drive will not control the mechanical
brake until TorqProve is enabled. If the brake is connected to this
relay, it could be released. If necessary, disconnect the relay output
until wiring/programming can be completed and verified.
Initial Static Auto Tune Test
1. Set the following parameters as shown.
No.
380
041-045
053
080
061
Name
[Digital Out1 Sel]
[Motor NP . . .]
[Motor Cntl Sel]
[Feedback Select]
[Autotune]
Value
“9, At Speed”
per nameplate
“4, FVC Vector”
“3, Encoder”
“1, Static Tune”
Notes
keeps brake engaged during test
enter motor nameplate data
2. Press the Start key on the HIM. Parameters 062-064 will be updated.
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Application Notes
Motor Rotation/Encoder Direction Test
3. Set the following parameters as shown.
No.
053
080
090
238
380
Name
[Motor Cntl Sel]
[Feedback Select]
[Speed Ref A Sel]
[Fault Config 1]
Value
Notes
“0, Sensrls Vect”
“0, Open Loop”
“11, Preset Spd1”
Bit 8, “In PhaseLoss” = 1
Bit 12, “OutPhaseLoss” = 1
[Digital Out1 Sel] “4, Run”
releases brake
Important: If the direction of travel is critical at this point, perform
short jogs to determine which run direction (RUNFWD
or RUNREV) should be used in the next steps.
4. Press Start and run the drive in the desired direction. Observe the
direction of motor rotation.
If rotation is not in the desired direction:
– remove drive power and reverse the two motor leads, or . . .
– set bit 5 of [Compensation], parameter 56 to “Mtr Lead Rev.”
5. With the drive running, observe [Encoder Speed], parameter 415. If
the sign of the encoder is not the same as the displayed frequency,
remove drive power and reverse encoder leads A and A NOT.
6. With the drive running, verify correct motor rotation and encoder
direction. Set [Motor Fdbk Type], parameter 412 to “1, Quad
Check.” Stop the drive.
Rotate AutoTune Test
ATTENTION: In this test the following conditions will occur:
!
•
The motor will be run for 12 seconds at base frequency (60 Hz).
Note that equipment travel during this 12 second interval may
exceed equipment limits. However, travel distance can be reduced
by setting [Maximum Speed], parameter 82 to a value less than 45
Hz (i.e. 22.5 Hz = 12 seconds at 30 Hz).
•
The brake will be released without torque provided by the drive for
15 seconds.
To guard against personal injury and/or equipment damage, this test
should not be performed if either of the above conditions are considered
unacceptable by the user.
7. Set the following parameters as shown.
No.
053
080
061
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[Motor Cntl Sel]
[Feedback Select]
[Autotune]
Value
“4, FVC Vector”
“3, Encoder”
“2, Rotate Tune”
Notes
Application Notes
C-7
8. Start the drive and run the motor in the desired direction. Parameters
062, 063, 064 & 121 will be updated.
Inertia AutoTune Test
9. Set [Inertia Autotune], parameter 067 to “1, Inertia Tune.”
10. Press Start and run the motor in the direction desired. Parameters
445, 446 and 450 will be updated.
11. Set [Speed Desired BW], parameter 449 to desired setting.
12. Set up is complete - check for proper operation.
Drive Setup
TorqProve with Encoder
To Enable TorqProve with an encoder, bit 0 of [TorqProve Cnfg],
parameter 600 must be set to “1.” Once this is set, a Type 2 alarm will be
active until the following settings are entered:
No.
053
080
412
Name
[Motor Cntl Sel]
[Feedback Select]
[Motor Fdbk Type]
Value
“4, FVC Vector”
“3, Encoder”
“1, Quad Check”
Notes
Encoderless TorqProve
To Enable Encoderless TorqProve, both bits 0 and 1 of [TorqProve
Cnfg], parameter 600 must be set to “1.” Once this is set, a Type 2 alarm
will be active until the following settings are entered:
No.
053
080
Name
[Motor Cntl Sel]
Value
Notes
“4, FVC Vector” or
“0, Sensrls Vect”
[Feedback Select] “1, Slip Comp”
Encoderless Guidelines
You can not hold zero speed in encoderless mode or operate near zero
speed because of this, it is very important to set [Minimum Speed],
parameter 81 to two or three times the slip frequency when in
encoderless mode. (Example: A 1740 RPM motor has 2 Hz of slip. Set
[Minimum Speed] to 4-6 Hz.)
Also set [Float Tolerance], parameter 606 to one to three times the slip
frequency when in encoderless mode. You should also use fast accel and
decel times (less than 2 seconds) when operating in encoderless mode.
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Application Notes
Installation/Wiring
When [TorqProve Cnfg] is set to “Enable,” the Digital Out 1 relay is
used to control the external brake contactor. The normally open (N.O.)
contact, when closed, is intended to energize the contactor. This provides
the mechanical brake with voltage, causing the brake to release. Any
interruption of power to the contactor will set the mechanical brake.
Programming [Digital Out1 Sel], parameter 380 will be ignored when
[TorqProve Cnfg] is set to “Enable.”
Figure C.2 Typical Torque Proving Configuration
Brake Set
Normally Open
= Brake Set
12
13
115V AC
Brake
Contactor
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
Run Fwd
Run Rev
Clear Faults
Float/Micro
Fast Stop
Enable
24V configuration shown,
see page 1-21 for other examples.
Lifting/Torque Proving Application Programming
The PowerFlex 700 lifting application is mainly influenced by
parameters 600 through 611 in the Torque Proving group of the
Application file. Figure C.3 and the paragraphs that follow describe
programming.
Figure C.3 Torque Proving Flow Diagram
Operator
Commands
Run
Command
Run
Command Released
Run can be initiated anytime
Time
Drive Running
[Brk Release Time]
Parameter 604
Drive
Torque
Actions Prove Initiated
Brake
Released
[ZeroSpdFloatTime]
Parameter 605
Float
Initiated
[Brk Set Time]
Parameter 607
Brake
Set
All times between Drive Actions are programmable and can be made very small
(i.e. Brake Release Time can be 0.1 seconds)
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Slip Test
Application Notes
C-9
Torque Proving
When the drive receives a start command to begin a lifting operation, the
following actions occur:
1. The drive first performs a transistor diagnostic test to check for
phase-to-phase and phase-to-ground shorts. A failure status from
either of these tests will result in a drive fault and the brake relay will
NOT be energized (brake remains set).
2. The drive will then provide the motor with flux as well as perform a
check for current flow through all three motor phases. This ensures
that torque will be delivered to the load when the mechanical brake is
released. When torque proving is enabled, open phase loss detection
is performed regardless of the setting of Bit 12 of [Fault Config 1],
parameter 238.
3. If the drive passes all tests, the brake will be released and the drive
will take control of the load after the programmed time in [Brk
Release Time], parameter 604 which is the typical mechanical
release time of the brake.
Brake Proving
When the drive receives a stop command to end a lifting operation, the
following actions occur:
1. The brake is commanded closed when the speed of the motor reaches
zero.
2. After the time period programmed in [Brk Set Time], parameter 607,
the drive will verify if the brake is capable of holding torque. It will
do this by ramping the torque down at a rate set in [TorqLim
SlewRate], parameter 608. Note that the drive can be started again at
anytime without waiting for either of the above timers to finish.
3. While the torque is ramping down, the drive will perform a brake slip
test. If movement exceeds the limit set in [BrkSlip Count], parameter
609, then an alarm is set (32, Brake Slipped) and the drive will start a
brake slip procedure. The drive will allow the motor to travel the
distance programmed [Brk Alarm Travel], parameter 610. Another
slip test will be performed and will repeat continuously until; A) the
load stops slipping, or B) the load reaches the ground. This feature
keeps control of the load and returns it to the ground in a controlled
manner in the event of a mechanical brake failure.
Once a Brake Slipped alarm occurs, drive power must be cycled to
clear the alarm and re-start the drive.
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Application Notes
Speed Monitoring / Speed Band Limit
This routine is intended to fault the drive if the difference between the
speed reference and the encoder feedback is larger than the value set in
[Spd Dev Band], parameter 602 and the drive is NOT making any
progress toward the reference. [SpdBand Integrat], parameter 603 sets
the time that the speed difference can be greater than the deviation band
before causing a fault and setting the brake.
Float
Float is defined as the condition when the drive is holding the load at
zero hertz while holding off the mechanical brake. The float condition
starts when the frequency drops below the speed set in [Float Tolerance],
parameter 606. Float will stay active for a period of time set by
[ZeroSpdFloatTime], parameter 605. If a digital input (parameters
361-366) is set to “Micro Pos” (also Float) and it is closed, the Float
condition will stay active and will disregard the timer. This signal is also
available through a communication device, see [TorqProve Setup],
parameter 601.
When encoderless TorqProve is enabled, the drive cannot hold the load
at zero speed. Parameter 606 [Float Tolerance] will then define the speed
at which the brake is set.
Micro Position
Micro Position refers to rescaling of the commanded frequency by a
percentage entered in [MicroPos Scale %], parameter 611. This allows
for slower operation of a lift which provides an operator with better
resolution when positioning a load. Micro Position is activated only
when the drive is running at or near zero speed. This can be initiated by a
digital input configured as Micro Pos or through a communication
device ([TorqProve Setup]) which is the same digital input which signals
the float condition. To allow the Micro Position digital input to change
the speed command while the drive is running, enter a “1” in Parameter
600, Bit 2 “MicroPosSel.” A “0” will require drive to reach zero speed
for micro position speed to become active.
Fast Stop
Fast Stop is intended to stop the load as fast as possible then set the
mechanical brake. The Fast Stop can be initiated from a digital input or
through a communication device through [TorqProve Setup]. The
difference from a normal stop is that the decel time is forced to be 0.1
seconds. When the Torque Proving function is enabled, the Float time is
ignored at the end of the ramp. This feature can be used without enabling
the Torque Proving function.
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Limit Switches for Digital Inputs
The PowerFlex 700 includes digital input selections for decel and end
limit switches. These can be used for applications that use limit switches
for decelerating near the end of travel and then stopping at the end
position. The end limit switch can also be used for end limit stops as
many hoists require. These inputs can be used with or without TorqProve
enabled.
Decel Limit for Digital Inputs
Decel Limit is enabled by selecting “Decel Limit” as one of the digital
inputs in [Digital In1-6 Select], parameters 361-366. When this input is
“low” (opposite logic), the speed reference command will change from
the selected reference to the value in [Preset Speed 1], parameter 101.
The deceleration rate will be based on the active deceleration time. This
limit will be enforced only in the direction the drive was running when
the switch was activated (momentarily or continuously, see “B” in Figure
C.4). The opposite direction will still be allowed to run at the selected
reference speed. No speed limitation will occur between the limit
switches (“A” in Figure C.4).
Two different switches can be connected in series to one digital input to
provide a decel limit at both ends of the application (i.e. lift, conveyor,
etc.). With proper set up, the drive will automatically apply the speed
reduction based on the direction of the load even though only one digital
input is being used. See “B” in Figure C.4.
End Travel Limit for Digital Inputs
End Travel Limit is enabled by selecting “End Limit” as one of the
digital inputs in [Digital In1-6 Select]. A “low” at this input (opposite
logic) will cause the drive to do a fast decel (0.1 sec) and turn off. This
Stop limit will be enforced only in the direction the drive was running
when the switch was activated (momentarily or continuously, see “C” in
Figure C.4).
A Start command in the same direction will only allow 0 Hz to be
commanded. A Start in the opposite direction will allow motion with a
speed command from the selected speed reference. If TorqProve is
Enabled, the drive will hold zero speed for a time determined by
[ZeroSpdFloat Time], parameter 605.
Two different input switches can be connected in series to one digital
input to provide an end limit at both ends of the application (e.g. lift,
conveyor, etc.). With proper set up, the drive will automatically apply the
proper stopping based on the direction of the load even though only one
digital input is being used.
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Limit Switch Set up
1. Move the load to a position between the two decel switches (“A” in
Figure C.4).
2. Select the switches in [Digital In1-6 Select]. If switches are only
used on one end of travel, simply keep the load off of both switches
when selecting in [Digital In1-6 Select].
If the set up is done incorrectly, the application will not move or will
move at an incorrect (slower) speed. This can be corrected by selecting
“Not Used” for both limit switches in [Digital In1-6 Select]. Then, move
the load between the Decel Switches and select the limit switches again
in [Digital In1-6 Select].
Important: When properly set up, the drive will remember its location
during power cycles (or power loss) unless the load is
manually moved during power down conditions. If this
occurs, simply reset the feature using the procedure above.
Figure C.4 Limit Switch Operation
Commanded Speed (Normal Operating Speed)
Stop
Preset 1 Speed (Slow)
this direction
only
Stop
this direction
only
Preset 1 Speed (Slow)
End Limit
Switch
C
Commanded Speed (Normal Operating Speed)
Decel Limit
Switch
B
Decel Limit
Switch
A
End Limit
Switch
B
Minimum Speed
Refer to Reverse Speed Limit on page C-31.
Motor Control Technology
Within the PowerFlex family there are several motor control
technologies:
•
•
•
Torque Producers
Torque Controllers
Speed Regulators
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Torque Producers
Volts/Hertz
This technology follows a specific pattern of voltage and frequency
output to the motor, regardless of the motor being used. The shape of the
V/Hz curve can be controlled a limited amount, but once the shape is
determined, the drive output is fixed to those values. Given the fixed
values, each motor will react based on its own speed/torque
characteristics.
This technology is good for basic centrifugal fan/pump operation and for
most multi-motor applications. Torque production is generally good.
Sensorless Vector
This technology combines the basic Volts/Hertz concept with known
motor parameters such as Rated FLA, HP, Voltage, stator resistance and
flux producing current. Knowledge of the individual motor attached to
the drive allows the drive to adjust the output pattern to the motor and
load conditions. By identifying motor parameters, the drive can
maximize the torque produced in the motor and extend the speed range
at which that torque can be produced.
This technology is excellent for applications that require a wider speed
range and applications that need maximum possible torque for
breakaway, acceleration or overload. Centrifuges, extruders, conveyors
and others are candidates.
Torque Controllers
Vector
This technology differs from the two above, because it actually controls
or regulates torque. Rather than allowing the motor and load to actually
determine the amount of torque produced, Vector technology allows the
drive to regulate the torque to a defined value. By independently
identifying and controlling both flux and torque currents in the motor,
true control of torque is achieved. High bandwidth current regulators
remain active with or without encoder feedback to produce outstanding
results.
This technology is excellent for those applications where torque control,
rather than mere torque production, is key to the success of the process.
These include web handling, demanding extruders and lifting
applications such as hoists or material handling.
Vector Control can operate in one of two configurations:
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1. Encoderless
Not to be confused with Sensorless Vector above, Encoderless Vector
based on Allen-Bradley’s patented Field Oriented Control
technology means that a feedback device is not required. Torque
control can be achieved across a significant speed range without
feedback.
2. Closed Loop (with Encoder)
Vector Control with encoder feedback utilizes Allen-Bradley’s Force
Technology™. This industry leading technology allows the drive to
control torque over the entire speed range, including zero speed. For
those applications that require smooth torque regulation at very low
speeds or full torque at zero speed, Closed Loop Vector Control is
the answer.
Speed Regulators
Any of the PowerFlex drives, regardless of their motor control
technology (Volts/Hz, Sensorless Vector or Vector) can be set up to
regulate speed. Speed regulation and torque regulation must be separated
to understand drive operation.
The PowerFlex 700 can offer improved speed regulation by adding speed
feedback. Using a speed feedback device (encoder) tightens speed
regulation to 0.001% of base speed and extends the speed range to zero
speed
Motor Overload
For single motor applications the drive can be programmed to protect the
motor from overload conditions. An electronic thermal overload I2T
function emulates a thermal overload relay. This operation is based on
three parameters; [Motor NP FLA], [Motor OL Factor] and [Motor OL
Hertz] (parameters 042, 048 and 047, respectively).
[Motor NP FLA] is multiplied by [Motor OL Factor] to allow the user to
define the continuous level of current allowed by the motor thermal
overload. [Motor OL Hertz] is used to allow the user to adjust the
frequency below which the motor overload is derated.
The motor can operate up to 102% of FLA continuously. If the drive was
just activated, it will run at 150% of FLA for 180 seconds. If the motor
had been operating at 100% for over 30 minutes, the drive will run at
150% of FLA for 60 seconds. These values assume the drive is operating
above [Motor OL Hertz], and that [Motor OL Factor] is set to 1.00.
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Operation below 100% current causes the temperature calculation to
account for motor cooling.
Motor Overload Curve
100000
Cold
Hot
Trip Time (Sec)
10000
1000
100
10
100
125
150
175
200
Full Load Amps (%)
225
250
[Motor OL Hertz] defines the frequency where motor overload capacity
derate should begin. The motor overload capacity is reduced when
operating below [Motor OL Hertz]. For all settings of [Motor OL Hertz]
other than zero, the overload capacity is reduced to 70% at an output
frequency of zero.
Changing Overload Hz
120
OL Hz = 10
OL Hz = 25
OL Hz = 50
Continuous Rating
100
80
60
40
20
0
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90 100
% of Base Speed
[Motor NP FLA] is multiplied by [Motor OL Factor] to select the rated
current for the motor thermal overload. This can be used to raise or lower
the level of current that will cause the motor thermal overload to trip.
The effective overload factor is a combination of [Motor OL Hertz] and
[Motor OL Factor].
Changing Overload Factor
140
Continuous Rating
120
100
OL % = 1.20
OL % = 1.00
OL % = 0.80
80
60
40
20
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Motor Overload Memory Retention Per 2005 NEC
The PowerFlex 700 (firmware version 4.002 or greater) has the ability to
retain the motor overload count at power down per the 2005 NEC motor
overtemp requirement. To Enable/Disable this feature, refer to the table
below. Once Enabled, the value for [Testpoint 1 Sel] may be changed.
Overload Retention [Testpoint 1 Sel], param 234 [Testpoint 1 Data], param 235
Enable
“629”
“1”
Disable
“499” (1)
“0” (1)
(1)
Default setting.
Overspeed
Overspeed Limit is a user programmable value that allows operation at
maximum speed, but also provides an “overspeed band” that will allow a
speed regulator such as encoder feedback or slip compensation to
increase the output frequency above maximum speed in order to
maintain maximum motor speed.
The figure below illustrates a typical Custom V/Hz profile. Minimum
Speed is entered in Hertz and determines the lower speed reference limit
during normal operation. Maximum Speed is entered in Hertz and
determines the upper speed reference limit. The two “Speed” parameters
only limit the speed reference and not the output frequency.
The actual output frequency at maximum speed reference is the sum of
the speed reference plus “speed adder” components from functions such
as slip compensation.
The Overspeed Limit is entered in Hertz and added to Maximum Speed
and the sum of the two (Speed Limit) limit the output frequency. This
sum (Speed Limit) must is compared to Maximum Frequency and an
alarm is initiated which prevents operation if the Speed Limit exceeds
Maximum Frequency.
Allowable Output Frequency Range Bus Regulation or Current Limit
Allowable Output Frequency Range - Normal Operation
(lower limit on this range can be 0 depending on the value of Speed Adder)
Allowable Speed Reference Range
Maximum
Voltage
Output Voltage
Motor NP
Voltage
Frequency Trim
due to Speed
Control Mode
Overspeed
Limit
Break
Voltage
Start
Boost
Run
Boost
0
Minimum
Break
Speed Frequency
Motor NP Hz
Frequency
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Speed
Output
Maximum
Frequency Frequency
Limit
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Position Indexer/Speed Profiler
The PowerFlex 700 includes a position indexer/speed profiler which
provides either point-to-point positioning with a position regulator or
speed profiling using a velocity regulator. Point-to point positioning can
be either incremental moves or absolute moves which are referenced to
home. Encoder feedback (incremental encoder) is required for the
position regulator. Speed profiling steps can be time-based or triggered
by digital inputs, encoder counts or parameter levels. These speed
profiling steps can be operated open loop or with an encoder.
The indexer is programmed by entering data into a 16 step array. Each
step has several variables for optimal customization (see below). The
steps can be run in a continuous cycle or a single cycle. The process can
also move to or from any step in the array.
Step Type
Value
Velocity
Accel
Time
Decel
Time
Next Step
Condition
Dwell
Batch
Next
This feature also includes homing capability to a limit switch or a marker
pulse using an automatic homing procedure.
Important: The PowerFlex 700 uses an incremental encoder only.
Since absolute encoders are not used, your process must be
able to accommodate this homing procedure after a power
down or power loss.
Common Guidelines for all Step Types
•
Enabling Position Indexer/Speed Profiler
This feature is enabled by selecting “7 - Pos/Spd Prof” in [Speed/
Torque Mod], parameter 088. Parameters 700-877 set up the indexer/
profiler.
•
Motor Control Modes
For Position Indexing with an encoder, only FVC Vector Control
should be used for optimum performance.
For Velocity Profiling, any motor control mode can be used.
However, Sensorless Vector or FVC Vector Control modes will offer
the best performance.
•
Direction Control
The drive must be configured to allow the profile to control the
direction. This is accomplished by setting [Direction Mode],
parameter 190 to “Bipolar” (default is “Unipolar”).
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•
Limits
Many threshold values can affect the performance of the profile/
indexer. To help minimize the possibility of overshooting a position,
ensure that the following parameters are set for the best performance.
No.
153
147
148
161
162
•
Parameter
Description
[Regen Power Limit] Default is –50% and will likely require a greater
negative value. A brake or other means of dissipating
regenerative energy is recommended.
[Current Lmt Sel]
By default these parameters are set to provide 150% of
drive rating. If lowered, the performance may be
[Current Lmt Val]
degraded.
[Bus Reg Mode A] The default setting will adjust frequency to regulate the
[Bus Reg Mode B] DC Bus voltage under regenerative conditions. This will
most likely cause a position overshoot. To resolve this,
select “Dynamic Brak” and size the load resistor for the
application.
Speed Regulator
The bandwidth of the speed regulator will affect the performance. If
the connected inertia is relatively high, the bandwidth will be low
and therefore a bit sluggish. When programming the acceleration and
deceleration rates for each step, do not make them too aggressive or
the regulator will be limited and therefore overshoot the desired
position.
Position Loop Tuning
Two parameters are available for tuning the position loop.
•
[Pos Reg Filter], parameter 718 is a low pass filter at the input of the
position regulator.
•
[Pos Reg Gain], parameter 719 is a single adjustment for increasing
or decreasing the responsiveness of the regulator.
By default these parameters are set at approximately a 6:1 ratio
(filter = 25, gain = 4). It is recommended that a minimum ratio of 4:1 be
maintained.
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Profile Command Control Word
The profile/indexer is controlled with [Pos/Spd Prof Cmd], parameter
705. The bit definitions are as follows:
Bit
0
1
2
3
4
5-7
8
Name
Start Step 0
Start Step 1
Start Step 2
Start Step 3
Start Step 4
Reserved
Hold Step
Description
The binary value of these bits determines which step will be the
starting step for the profile when a start command is issued. If the
value of these bits are not 1-16 the drive will not run since it does
not have a valid step to start from. Valid Examples: 00011 = step
3, 01100 = step 12
Reserved for future use
When set, this command will inhibit the profile from transitioning
to the next step when the condition(s) required are satisfied.
When the hold command is released, the profile will transition to
the next step.
9
Pos Redefine This bit is used to set the present position as home. When this bit
is set, [Profile Status] bit At Home will be set and the [Units
Traveled] will be set to zero.
10
Find Home
This bit is used to command the find home routine.
11
Vel Override When this bit is set the velocity of the present step will be
multiplied by the value in [Vel Override].
12-31 Reserved
Reserved for future use
The [Pos/Spd Prof Cmd] bits can be set via DPI interface (HIM or
Comm) or digital inputs. When digital input(s) are programmed for “Pos
Sel 1-5,” the starting step of the profile is exclusively controlled by the
digital inputs. The DPI interface value for bits 0-4 will be ignored.
If a digital input is configured for the bit 8-11 functions (see above), the
DPI interface or the digital input can activate the command.
Velocity Regulated Step Types and Parameters
Each of the Velocity Regulated steps has the following associated
parameters or functions. Refer to the following page for descriptions.
Accel
Velocity Time
Speed & Accel Rate
Direction
Time Blend
Speed & Accel Rate
Direction
Digital Input Digital Input Speed & Accel Rate
Number
Direction
Encoder
Position & Speed
Accel Rate
Incremental Direction
Blend
Parameter
Parameter Speed & Accel Rate
Level
Number +/– Direction
End
NA
NA
NA
NA = Function not applicable to this step type
Step Type
Time
Value
Total Move
Time
Total Time
Decel
Next Step
Time
Condition
Decel Rate Time greater
than [Step Value]
Decel Rate Time greater
than [Step Value]
Decel Rate Digital Input logic
Decel Rate At Position
[Step Value]
Dwell
Batch
Dwell Time Batch
Number
NA
NA
Dwell Time Batch
Number
NA
NA
Decel Rate [Step Value] > or Compare
NA
< [Step Dwell] Value
Decel Rate At Zero transition Dwell Time NA
Next
Next
Step
Next
Step
Next
Step
Next
Step
Next
Step
Stop
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Time
When started, the drive will ramp to the desired velocity, hold the speed,
and then ramp to zero in the programmed time for the given step. Dwell
time and batch affect when the next step is executed.
Time Blend
When started, the drive will ramp to the desired velocity and hold speed
for the programmed time. At this point it will transition to the next step
and ramp to the programmed velocity without going to zero speed.
Digital Input
When started, the drive will ramp to the desired velocity and hold speed
until the digital input programmed in the value transitions in the
direction defined. When this occurs, the profile will transition to the next
step after dwell and batch settings are satisfied. It will then ramp to the
programmed velocity without going to zero speed.
Encoder Incremental Blend (EncIncrBlend)
When started, the drive will ramp to the desired velocity and hold speed
until the units of travel programmed is reached (within tolerance
window). The profile will then transition to the next step and the drive
will ramp to the speed of the new step without first going to zero speed.
Encoder Incremental Blend with Hold
This profile is the same as the previous, but contains the “Hold”
function. While “Hold” is applied, the step transition is inhibited. When
released, the step can then transition if the conditions to transition are
satisfied.
Parameter Level (Param Level)
When started, the drive will ramp to the desired velocity, hold speed and
compare the parameter value of the parameter number programmed in
[Step Value] to the [Step Dwell] level. The sign of the [Step Value]
defines “less than or greater than” [Step Dwell]. When true, the profile
will transition to the next step.
End
The drive ramps to zero speed and stops the profile. It clears the current
step bits and sets the “Complete” bit (14) in [Profile Status], parameter
700.
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Position Regulated Step Types and Parameters
Each of the Position Regulated steps has the following associated
parameters or functions:
Accel
Step Type
Value
Velocity Time
Encoder
Position & Speed
Accel
Absolute
Direction
Rate
Encoder
Position & Speed
Accel
Incremental Direction
Rate
End Hold
NA
NA
NA
Position
NA = Function not applicable to this step type
Decel
Time
Decel
Rate
Decel
Rate
NA
Next Step
Condition
At Position
At Position
At Position
Dwell
Dwell
Time
Dwell
Time
Dwell
Time
Batch
NA
Batch
Number
NA
Next
Next
Step
Next
Step
Stop
Encoder Absolute
This is a move to an absolute position, which is referenced from the
home position. When started the drive ramps to the desired velocity in
the direction required, holds the speed, then ramps to zero speed landing
or ending at the commanded position within the tolerance window.
Encoder Incremental (Encoder Incr)
This is a move increment from the current position in the direction,
distance and speed programmed. When started the drive ramps to the
desired velocity, holds the speed, then ramps to zero speed landing or
ending at the commanded position within the tolerance window.
End Hold Position
The drive holds the last position and stops the profile after dwell time
expires. Must be used with position regulated profile. Do Not use “End.”
Homing Routine
Each time the profile/indexer is enabled, the drive requires a home
position to be detected. The following options are available:
•
Homing to Marker Pulse with Encoder Feedback
When “Find Home” is commanded the homing routine is run when a
start command is issued. The Homing bit (11) in [Profile Status] will
be set while the homing routine is running. The drive will ramp to the
speed and direction set in [Find Home Speed], parameter 713 at the
rate set in [Find Home Ramp], parameter 714 until the digital input
defined as “Home Limit” is activated. The drive will then ramp to
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zero and then back up to first marker pulse prior to the Home Limit
switch at 1/10 the [Find Home Speed]. When on the marker pulse,
the At Home bit (13) is set in [Profile Status] and the drive is
stopped.
Figure C.5 shows the sequence of operation for homing to a marker
pulse. [Encoder Z Chan], parameter 423 must be set to “Marker
Input” or “Marker Check” for this type of homing.
Figure C.5 Homing to Marker
250
30
Homing
150
20
100
15
50
10
0
2
7
12
17
22
27
32
37
5
-50
-100
Start Command
Find Home Command
[Encoder Speed], 415
•
42
Digital In Status
Encoder Speed
At Home 25
Profile Status
Units Traveled
200
[Profile Status], 700
Home Limit Input
0
[Units Traveled], 701
[Dig In Status], 216
Homing to Limit Switch with Encoder Feedback
When “Find Home” is commanded, the homing routine is run when
a start command is issued. The Homing bit (11) in [Profile Status]
will be set while the homing routine is running. The drive will ramp
to the speed and direction set in [Find Home Speed] at the rate set in
[Find Home Ramp] until the digital input defined as Home Limit is
activated. The drive will then reverse direction at 1/10 the [Find
Home Speed] to the point where the Home Limit switch activated
and stop.
Figure C.6 shows the sequence of operation for homing to a limit
switch with encoder feedback (without a marker pulse). [Encoder Z
Chan] must be set to “Pulse Input” or “Pulse Check.”
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Figure C.6 Homing to a Limit Switch
30
250
Homing
25
At Home
150
20
Encoder Speed
15
Home Limit Input
10
50
0
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
55
60
Digital In Status
100
Profile Status
Units Traveled
200
5
65
Start Command
-50
Find Home Command
[Encoder Speed], 415
•
0
[Profile Status], 700
[Units Traveled], 701
[Dig In Status], 216
Homing to Limit Switch w/o Encoder Feedback
When “Find Home” is commanded, the homing routine is run when
a Start command is issued. The Homing bit (11) in [Profile Status]
will be set while the homing routine is running. The drive will ramp
to the speed and direction set in [Find Home Speed] at the rate set in
[Find Home Ramp] until the digital input defined as Home Limit is
activated. The drive will then decelerate to zero. If the switch is no
longer activated, the drive will reverse direction at 1/10 the [Find
Home Speed] to the switch position and then stop. The Home Limit
switch will be active when stopped.
Figure C.7 shows the sequence of operation for homing to a limit
switch without encoder feedback.
Figure C.7 Homing to Limit Switch (No Feedback)
Homing
At Home
200
150
Home Limit Input
100
50
Start Command
Find Home Command
0
0
20
25
30
35
45
-50
[Speed Feedback], 25
[Profile Status], 700
[Dig In Status], 216
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•
Position Redefine
When “Pos Redefine” is set, the present position is established as
Home and [Units Traveled] is set to zero.
•
Disable Homing Requirement
If a home position is not required, the routine can be disabled by
clearing [Alarm Config 1], bit 17 (Prof SetHome) to “0”. This will
disable the alarm from being set when Pos/Spd Profile mode is
configured in [Speed/Torque Mod] and will set the present position
as Home.
Once Homing is complete the Find Home command must be
removed to allow the profile to be run. If the Find Home command is
not removed, when the drive is started the routine will see that it is At
Home and the drive will stop.
Example 1
Five Step Velocity Profile (Time-Based and Encoder-Based)
The first three steps are “Time” steps followed by an “Encoder Abs” step
to zero and then an “End” step. For each Time step the drive ramps at
[Step x AccelTime] to [Step x Velocity] in the direction of the sign of
[Step x Velocity]. The drive then decelerates at [Step X DecelTime] to
zero. The [Step X Value] is programmed to the desired time for the total
time of the accel, run and decel of the step. Each step has a 1 second time
programmed in [Step X Dwell] which is applied to the end of each step.
After the dwell time expires, the profile transitions to the next step. The
absolute step is used to send the profile back to the home position. This
is done by programming [Step 4 Value] to zero.
Figure C.8 Time Example
50
Encoder Speed
45
5s
250
40
5s
150
35
5s
50
-50
30
33
13
53
73
93
113
133
153
Note: there is no "At Position"
indication when using timed steps
Units Traveled
Profile Status (Scaled)
350
25
20
-150
15
10
Step 5
-350
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
5
Step 4
0
-450
Time
[Encoder Speed], 415
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[Units Traveled], 701
Current Step
Current Step
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Step #
1
2
3
4
5
[Step x
Type]
Time
Time
Time
Encoder Abs
End
[Step x
Velocity]
100
200
300
400
N/A
[Step x
AccelTime]
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
N/A
[Step x
DecelTime]
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
[Step x
Value]
5.00
5.00
5.00
0.00
N/A
[Step x
Dwell]
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
0.00
[Step x
Batch]
1
1
1
1
N/A
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[Step x
Next]
2
3
4
5
N/A
Example 2
Six Step Velocity Profile (Digital Input-Based)
In each step, the drive ramps at [Step x AccelTime] to [Step x Velocity]
in the direction of the sign of [Step x Velocity] until a digital input is
detected. When the input is detected it transitions to the next step in the
profile. This continues through Digital Input #6 activating step 5. Step 5
is defined as a “Parameter Level” step. Digital Inputs used in the profile
must be defined as “Prof Input.”
Important: A transition is required to start each step. If the input is
already true when transitioning to a digital input step, the
indexer will not go to the next step.
Figure C.9 Digital Input Example
50
Encoder Speed
45
250
40
150
35
Digital Input #6
Units Traveled
Profile Status (Scaled)
350
30
50
0
25
10
30
50
70
90
110
130
150
170
-50
20
Digital Input #5
5s
Dwell
10
Digital Input #4
Step 6
-250
Digital Input #3
Step 1
Step 3
Step 2
Step 5
Step 4
5
0
-350
Time
[Encoder Speed], 415
Step #
1
2
3
4
5
6
Current Step
15
-150
[Step x
Type]
Digital Input
Digital Input
Digital Input
Digital Input
Param Level
End
[Profile Status], 700
[Step x
Velocity]
300
50
-300
-100
-50
N/A
Note: Step 5 is a Parameter Level Step.
[Units Traveled], 701
[Step x
AccelTime]
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
N/A
[Step x
DecelTime]
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
Current Step
[Step x
Value]
3.00
4.00
5.00
6.00
701
N/A
Dig In Status, 216
[Step x
Dwell]
0.00
5.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
[Step x
Batch]
1
1
1
1
1
N/A
[Step x
Next]
2
3
4
5
6
N/A
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Application Notes
Example 3
Five Step Positioner with Incremental Encoder
The first three steps of this indexer are “Encoder Incr” steps followed by
an “Encoder Abs” step to zero and then an “End Hold Position” step. For
each “Encoder Incr” step the drive ramps at [Step x AccelTime] to [Step
x Velocity] in the direction of the sign of [Step xValue]. It then
decelerates at the rate of [Step x DecelTime] to the position programmed
in [Step x Value] which sets the desired units of travel for the step. When
the value programmed in [Step x Value] is reached within the tolerance
window programmed in [Encoder Pos Tol], the “At Position” bit is set in
[Profile Status]. In this example a dwell value held each of the first three
steps “At Position” for 1 second. After the [Step x Dwell] time expires,
the profile transitions to the next step. The absolute step is used to send
the profile back to the home position. This is accomplished by
programming [Step 4 Value] to zero.
Figure C.10 Encoder Incremental w/Dwell Example
350
30
Profile Status
25
150
Complete
20
50
-50
70
90
110
130
150
170
190
210
15
At Position
-150
10
-250
Step 5
Step 4
-350
Step 2
Step 1
5
Current Step
Encoder Speed
Units Traveled
250
Step 3
0
-450
Time
[Encoder Speed], 415
Step #
1
2
3
4
5
[Step x Type]
Encoder Incr
Encoder Incr
Encoder Incr
Encoder Abs
End Hold
Position
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[Step x
Velocity]
100
200
300
400
N/A
[Step x
AccelTime]
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
N/A
[Units Traveled], 701
[Step x
DecelTime]
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
Current Step
[Step x
Value]
10.00
10.00
10.00
0.00
N/A
[Step x
Dwell]
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
0.00
[Step x
Batch]
1
1
1
N/A
N/A
[Step x
Next]
2
3
4
5
N/A
Application Notes
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Power Loss Ride Through
When AC input power is lost, energy is being supplied to the motor from
the DC bus capacitors. The energy from the capacitors is not being
replaced (via the AC line), thus, the DC bus voltage will fall rapidly. The
drive must detect this fall and react according to the way it is
programmed. Two parameters display DC bus voltage:
•
[DC Bus Voltage] - displays the instantaneous value
•
[DC Bus Memory] - displays a 6 minute running average of the
voltage.
All drive reactions to power loss are based on [DC Bus Memory]. This
averages low and high line conditions and sets the drive to react to the
average rather than assumed values. For example, a 480V installation
would have a 480V AC line and produce a nominal 648V DC bus. If the
drive were to react to a fixed voltage for line loss detect, (i.e. 533V DC),
then normal operation would occur for nominal line installations.
However, if a lower nominal line voltage of 440V AC was used, then
nominal DC bus voltage would be only 594V DC. If the drive were to
react to the fixed 533V level (only –10%) for line loss detect, any
anomaly might trigger a false line loss detection. Line loss, therefore
always uses the 6 minute average for DC bus voltage and detects line
loss based on a fixed percentage of that memory. In the same example,
the average would be 594V DC instead of 650V DC and the fixed
percentage, 27% for “Coast to Stop” and 18% for all others, would allow
identical operation regardless of line voltage.
The PowerFlex 70 uses only these fixed percentages. The PowerFlex 700
can selectively use the same percentages or the user can set a trigger
point for line loss detect. The adjustable trigger level is set using [Power
Loss Level] (see [Power Loss Level] on page 3-33).
Figure C.11 Power Loss Mode = Coast
Bus Voltage
Nominal
73%
Motor Speed
Power Loss
Output Enable
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Application Notes
Figure C.12 Power Loss Mode = Decel
Nominal
Bus Voltage
82%
Motor Speed
Power Loss
Output Enable
Process PID
The internal PI function of the PowerFlex 700 provides closed loop
process control with proportional and integral control action. The
function is designed for use in applications that require simple control of
a process without external control devices. The PI function allows the
microprocessor of the drive to follow a single process control loop.
The PI function reads a process variable input to the drive and compares
it to a desired setpoint stored in the drive. The algorithm will then adjust
the output of the PI regulator, changing drive output frequency to try and
make the process variable equal the setpoint.
It can operate as trim mode by summing the PI loop output with a master
speed reference.
Slip
Comp
+
Slip Adder
+
PI Ref
PI Fbk
Open
Loop
Linear Ramp
& S-Curve
Spd Ref
Spd Cmd
+
Process PI
Controller
+
Process
PI
Speed Control
PI Enabled
Or, it can operate as control mode by supplying the entire speed
reference. This method is identified as “exclusive mode”
+
Slip Adder
+
Linear Ramp
& S-Curve
Spd Ref
Slip
Comp
Open
Loop
Spd Cmd
Process
PI
PI Ref
PI Fbk
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Controller
PI Enabled
Speed Control
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PI Enable
The output of the PI loop can be turned on (enabled) or turned off
(disabled). This control allows the user to determine when the PI loop is
providing part or all of the commanded speed. The logic for enabling the
PI loop is shown below.
Drive
Running
Drive
Ramping
to Stop
Drive
Jogging
Bit 0 Bit 6
[PI Configuration]
Bit 0 of
[PI Control] = 1
(enabled)
A Digital Input
is Configured
to PI Enable
The PI Loop
is Enabled
Signal Loss
"Enabled" Status
Digital Input
is Reflected
in [PI Status]
Bit 0 = 1
The Configured
Digital Input
is Closed
The drive must be running for the PI loop to be enabled. The loop will be
disabled when the drive is ramping to a stop (unless “Stop Mode” is
configured in [PI Configuration]), jogging or the signal loss protection
for the analog input(s) is sensing a loss of signal.
If a digital input has been configured to “PI Enable,” two events are
required to enable the loop: the digital input must be closed AND bit 0 of
the PI Control parameter must be = 1.
If no digital input is configured to “PI Enable,” then only the Bit 0 = 1
condition must be met. If the bit is permanently set to a “1”, then the
loop will become enabled as soon as the drive goes into “run”.
PI Enabled
PI Pre-load Value
PI Output
Spd Cmd
PI Pre-load Value = 0
PI Pre-load Value > 0
PI Enabled
Start at Spd Cmd
PI Output
Normalized SQRT(Feedback)
100.0
75.0
50.0
25.0
0.0
-25.0
-50.0
-75.0
-100.0
-100.0
-75.0
-50.0
-25.0
0.0
25.0
50.0
75.0
100.0
Normalized Feedback
Spd Cmd
Pre-load to Command Speed
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Source(s)
PI Feedback Sel
Selectable
Source(s)
124
Torque
Trim
1
0
Selector
128
8
Selector
126
124
463
5
Torque Ref B Sel
Torque Ref A Sel
Selector
431
Selector
427
0
Cmd
433
432
Scale
X
434
429
428
Scale
÷
430
+
+
Ramp
Ref
124
1
0
Commanded Speed
134
Enable
0
PI Configuration
Fdbk
Sqrt
√
1
0
Ramp
Linear
462
Scale
Hi / Lo
461
460
Scale
Hi / Lo
135
PI Ref Meter
+
2
136
3
+
134
Enable
1
0
PI Fdbk Meter
-
Σ
>/=0
124
Zero
Clamp
1
0
0
124
Invert
1
0
4
1
-1
124
Exclusive
0
1
0
0
Controlled
Output
PI Preload
139
Filter
BW
124
0 10
Ramp
Linear
S-curve
133
137
ki
S
+
2
134
7
1
kds
+
>/=0
124
Zero
Clamp
1
0
0
+
130
P Gain
kp
459
D Gain
Enable
0
124
Hold
134
Torque Reference
(To Spd/Trq Mode Sel)
+
124
Preload
1
0
129
I Gain
PI Error Meter
4
Z -1
131
132
Limit
134
4
+
Limit
Voltage or
Current
+
+
0
1
Read / Write Parameter w/Bit Enum
Read Only Parameter w/Bit Enum
Read / Write Parameter
138
PI Output Meter
Output
Frequency
131
132
Limit
4
Read Only Parameter
23
Speed
Reference
124
Exclusive
1
464
PI
Output
Gain
134
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Application Notes
Figure C.13 Process Trim
Application Notes
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Reverse Speed Limit
Figure C.14 [Rev Speed Limit], parameter 454 set to zero
10V
[Maximum
Speed]
Reverse
Speed
Forward
Speed
Minimum
Speed = 0
[Maximum
Speed]
–10V
10V
[Maximum
Speed]
Reverse
Speed
Minimum
Speed ≠ 0
Forward
Speed
Minimum
Speed ≠ 0
[Maximum
Speed]
–10V
Figure C.15 [Rev Speed Limit], parameter 454 set to a non-zero Value
10V
Reverse
Speed
Limit
Reverse
Speed
Forward
Speed
Maximum
Speed
–10V
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Application Notes
Skip Frequency
Figure C.16 Skip Frequency
Frequency
Command
Frequency
Drive Output
Frequency
(A)
(A)
Skip + 1/2 Band
35 Hz
Skip Frequency
30 Hz
Skip – 1/2 Band
(B)
25 Hz
(B)
Time
Some machinery may have a resonant operating frequency that must be
avoided to minimize the risk of equipment damage. To assure that the
motor cannot continuously operate at one or more of the points, skip
frequencies are used. Parameters 084-086, ([Skip Frequency 1-3]) are
available to set the frequencies to be avoided.
The value programmed into the skip frequency parameters sets the center
point for an entire “skip band” of frequencies. The width of the band
(range of frequency around the center point) is determined by parameter
87, [Skip Freq Band]. The range is split, half above and half below the
skip frequency parameter.
If the commanded frequency of the drive is greater than or equal to the
skip (center) frequency and less than or equal to the high value of the
band (skip plus 1/2 band), the drive will set the output frequency to the
high value of the band. See (A) in Figure C.16.
If the commanded frequency is less than the skip (center) frequency and
greater than or equal to the low value of the band (skip minus 1/2 band),
the drive will set the output frequency to the low value of the band. See
(B) in Figure C.16.
Acceleration and deceleration are not affected by the skip frequencies.
Normal accel/decel will proceed through the band once the commanded
frequency is greater than the skip frequency. See (A) & (B) in Figure
C.16. This function affects only continuous operation within the band.
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Skip Frequency Examples
The skip frequency will have
hysteresis so the output does not
toggle between high and low
values. Three distinct bands can
be programmed. If none of the
skip bands touch or overlap, each
band has its own high/low limit.
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Max. Frequency
Skip Frequency 1
Skip Band 1
Skip Frequency 2
Skip Band 2
0 Hz
If skip bands overlap or touch, the
center frequency is recalculated
based on the highest and lowest
band values.
400 Hz.
Skip Frequency 1
Skip Frequency 2
Adjusted
Skip Band
w/Recalculated
Skip Frequency
0 Hz
If a skip band(s) extend beyond
the max frequency limits, the
highest band value will be
clamped at the max frequency
limit. The center frequency is
recalculated based on the highest
and lowest band values.
400 Hz.
Max.Frequency
Skip
Adjusted
Skip Band
w/Recalculated
Skip Frequency
0 Hz
If the band is outside the limits, the
skip band is inactive.
400 Hz.
Skip Frequency 1
Inactive
Skip Band
60 Hz. Max.
Frequency
0 Hz
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Application Notes
Sleep Wake Mode
This function stops (sleep) and starts (wake) the drive based on
separately configurable analog input levels rather than discrete start and
stop signals. When enabled in “Direct” mode, the drive will start (wake)
when an analog signal is greater than or equal to the user specified
[Wake Level], and stop the drive when an analog signal is less than or
equal to the user specified [Sleep Level]. When Sleep Wake is enabled
for “Invert” mode (1), the drive will start (wake) when an analog signal is
less than or equal to the user specified [Wake Level], and stop the drive
when an analog signal is greater than or equal to the user specified
[Sleep Level].
Definitions
•
Wake - A start command generated when the analog input value
remains above [Wake Level] (or below when Invert mode is active)
for a time greater than [Wake Time].
•
Sleep - A Stop command generated when the analog input value
remains below [Sleep Level] (or above when Invert mode is active)
for a time greater than [Sleep Time].
•
Speed Reference – The active speed command to the drive as
selected by drive logic and [Speed Ref x Sel].
•
Start Command - A command generated by pressing the Start button
on the HIM, closing a digital input programmed for Start, Run, Run
Forward or Run Reverse.
Refer to Figure C.17.
(1)
Invert mode is only available with Vector firmware 3.xxx and later.
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Figure C.17 Sleep Wake Mode
Is Sleep-Wake
Working?
No
Have these conditions been met?
1. [Sleep-Wake Ref] must be set to the analog input that will control
"Start/Stop" functions.
No
2. [Sleep-Wake Mode] must = "1, Direct" (Enable) or "2, Invert (Enable)."
Meet all Conditions!
3. [Sleep Level] must be less than [Wake Level] in Direct mode (or
greater than [Wake Level] in "Invert" mode).
4. [Speed Ref x Sel] must be set to a speed reference source that will
control the drive. If [Sleep-Wake Ref] = [Speed Ref x Sel], the same
analog signal will control start/stop and speed reference.
5. At least one of the following must be programmed for [Digital Inx Sel]:
"Not Stop," "Enable," "Start," "Run," "Run Forward," "Run Reverse."
Yes
Is Required Input Closed? No
(Stop, Enable, Run)
Close Input
Yes
Invert
Decrease Analog Input No
Signal and wait for a time
period greater than or
equal to [Wake Time].
Which Mode is Selected? Direct
"Invert" or "Direct"
Is Analog Signal Less
than or equal to [Wake Level]?
and for time period greater than
or equal to [Wake Time]
Is Analog Signal Greater
than or equal to [Wake Level]?
and for time period greater than
or equal to [Wake Time]
Yes
Reset Fault
Yes
Increase Analog Input
Signal and wait for a time
period greater than or
equal to [Wake Time].
Yes
Was a Stop Issued?
or Power Cycled?
Did a Drive
Fault Occur?
No
Run, Run Forward
or Run Reverse
No
No
Consult Factory
Yes
Which Required Input
was Chosen?
Stop or Enable
Issue a Start Command
(HIM, Network or TB)
Open & Close Input
Drive Running?
No
Consult Factory
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Application Notes
Start At PowerUp
A powerup delay time of up to 30 seconds can be programmed through
[Powerup Delay], parameter 167. After the time expires, the drive will
start if all of the start permissive conditions are met. Before that time,
restart is not possible.
Start At PowerUp
[Powerup Delay]
Time Expired?
No
Yes
All Start Permissives Met?
1. No fault conditions present.
2. No Type 2 alarm conditions present.
3. The terminal block programmed
enable input is closed.
4. The Stop input (from all sources) is
received.
No
Yes
Is the terminal block Run,
Run Forward or Run Reverse
Input Closed?
No
Yes
Powerup Start
Powerup Terminated!
Normal Mode
Stop Mode
The PowerFlex 700 offers several methods for stopping a load. The
method/mode is defined by [Stop/Brk Mode A/B], parameters 155 &
156. These modes include:
• Coast
• Ramp
• Ramp to Hold
• DC Brake
• Fast Brake
Additionally, [Flux Braking], parameter 166 can be selected separately
to provide additional braking during a “Stop” command or when
reducing the speed command. For “Stop” commands, this will provide
additional braking power during “Ramp” or “Ramp to Hold” selections
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only. If “Fast Brake” or “DC Brake” is used, “Flux Braking” will only be
active during speed changes (if enabled).
A “Ramp” selection will always provide the fastest stopping time if a
method to dissipate the required energy from the DC bus is provided (i.e.
resistor brake, regenerative brake, etc.). The alternative braking methods
to external brake requirements can be enabled if the stopping time is not
as restrictive. Each of these methods will dissipate energy in the motor
(use care to avoid motor overheating). Table C.A describes several
braking capability examples.
Table C.A Braking Method Examples
Method
Ramp
Fast
Brake
Flux
Braking
DC
Brake
Use When Application Requires . . .
• The fastest stopping time or fastest ramp time for
speed changes (external brake resistor or
regenerative capability required for ramp times
faster than the methods below).
• High duty cycles, frequent stops or speed changes.
(The other methods may result in excessive motor
heating).
• Additional braking capability without use of external
brake resistor or regenerative units.
• Fast speed changes and fast stopping time.
• Typical stop from speeds below 50% of base speed
(“Flux Braking” will likely stop the load faster than
“Fast Brake” in this case)
Important: This can be used in conjunction with
“Ramp” or “Ramp to Hold” for additional braking
power or with “Fast Brake” or “DC Brake” for speed
changes.
• Additional braking capability without use of external
brake resistor or regenerative units
Braking Power
Most
More than Flux
Braking or DC Brake
More than DC Brake
Less than above
methods
Mode
Description
Coast to
Output Voltage
Stop
Output Current
Motor Speed
Time
Stop
Command
Coast Time is load dependent
This method releases the motor and allows the load to stop by friction.
1. On Stop, the drive output goes immediately to zero (off).
2. No further power is supplied to the motor. The drive has released control.
3. The motor will coast for a time that is dependent on the mechanics of the system
(inertia, friction, etc).
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Application Notes
Mode
Description
Brake to
Output Voltage
Stop
Output Current
Motor Speed
DC
Brake Level
Time
Stop
Command
(B)
(C)
(A)
DC Brake Time
This method uses DC injection of the motor to Stop and/or hold the load.
1. On Stop, 3 phase drive output goes to zero (off)
2. Drive outputs DC voltage on the last used phase at the level programmed in [DC Brake
Level] Par 158. This voltage causes a “stopping” brake torque. If the voltage is applied
for a time that is longer than the actual possible stopping time, the remaining time will
be used to attempt to hold the motor at zero speed.
3. DC voltage to the motor continues for the amount of time programmed in [DC Brake
Time] Par 159. Braking ceases after this time expires.
4. After the DC Braking ceases, no further power is supplied to the motor. The motor may
or may not be stopped. The drive has released control.
5. The motor, if rotating, will coast from its present speed for a time that is dependent on
the mechanics of the system (inertia, friction, etc).
Ramp
Output Voltage
Output Current
Motor Speed
Output Current
Output Voltage
DC
Brake
Level
Time
Stop
Command
Zero
Command
Speed
DC Brake Time
This method uses drive output reduction to stop the load.
Ramp mode can also include a “timed” hold brake. Once the drive has reached zero output
hertz on a Ramp-to-Stop and both parameters [DC Brake Time] and [DC Brake Level] are
not zero, the drive applies DC to the motor producing current at the DC Brake Level for the
DC Brake Time.
1. On Stop, drive output will decrease according to the programmed pattern from its
present value to zero. The pattern may be linear or squared. The output will decrease
to zero at the rate determined by the programmed [Maximum Freq] and the
programmed active [Decel Time x].
2. The reduction in output can be limited by other drive factors such as such as bus or
current regulation.
3. When the output reaches zero the output is shut off.
4. The motor, if rotating, will coast from its present speed for a time that is dependent on
the mechanics of the system (inertia, friction, etc).
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Mode
Description
Ramp to
Output Voltage
Hold
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Output Voltage
Output Current
Output Current
Motor Speed
Motor Speed
Output Current
Output Voltage
DC
Brake Level
Time
Stop
Command
Zero
Command
Speed
Re-issuing a
Start Command
This method combines two of the methods above. It uses drive output reduction to stop the
load and DC injection to hold the load at zero speed once it has stopped.
1. On Stop, drive output will decrease according to the programmed pattern from its
present value to zero. The pattern may be linear or squared. The output will decrease
to zero at the rate determined by the programmed [Maximum Freq] and the
programmed active [Decel Time x]
2. The reduction in output can be limited by other drive factors such as bus or current
regulation.
3. When the output reaches zero 3 phase drive output goes to zero (off) and the drive
outputs DC voltage on the last used phase at the level programmed in [DC Brake
Level] Par 158. This voltage causes a “holding” brake torque.
4. DC voltage to the motor continues until a Start command is reissued or the drive is
disabled.
5. If a Start command is reissued, DC Braking ceases and he drive returns to normal AC
operation. If an Enable command is removed, the drive enters a “not ready” state until
the enable is restored.
Fast
Brake
Output Voltage
Output Current
Motor Speed
Time
Stop
Command
This method uses drive output reduction to stop the load.
1. On Stop, the drive output will decrease according to the programmed pattern from its
present value to zero at the rate determined by the programmed active [Decel Time x].
This is accomplished by lowering the output frequency below the motor speed where
regeneration will not occur. This causes excess energy to be lost in the motor.
2. The reduction in output can be limited by other drive factors such as bus or current
regulation.
3. When the output reaches very near zero, DC brake will automatically be used to
complete the stop then the output is shut off.
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Application Notes
Voltage Tolerance
Drive Rating
200-240
380-480
Nominal Line
Voltage
200
208
240
380
400
480
600
500-600
(Frames 0-4 Only)
500-690
600
(Frames 5-6 Only) 690
Drive Full Power Range =
Nominal Motor
Voltage
200*
208
230
380*
400
460
575*
Drive Full Power
Range
200-264
208-264
230-264
380-528
400-528
460-528
575-660
Drive Operating
Range
180-264
575*
690
575-660
690-759
475-759
475-759
342-528
432-660
Nominal Motor Voltage to Drive Rated Voltage +10%.
Rated power is available across the entire Drive Full Power Range.
Lowest (*) Nominal Motor Voltage –10% to Drive Rated Voltage +10%.
Drive Output is linearly derated when Actual Line Voltage is less than
the Nominal Motor Voltage.
HP @ Motor (Drive Output)
Drive Operating Range =
Derated Power Range
Full Power Range
Drive Operating Range
Nominal Motor Voltage -10%
Nominal Motor Voltage
Drive Rated Voltage
Drive Rated Voltage +10%
Actual Line Voltage (Drive Input)
Example:
Calculate the maximum power of a 5 HP, 460V motor connected to a 480V rated drive
supplied with 342V Actual Line Voltage input.
• Actual Line Voltage / Nominal Motor Voltage = 74.3%
• 74.3% × 5 HP = 3.7 HP
• 74.3% × 60 Hz = 44.6 Hz
HP @ Motor (Drive Output)
At 342V Actual Line Voltage, the maximum power the 5 HP, 460V motor can produce is
3.7 HP at 44.6 Hz.
5 HP
3.7 HP
342V
480V
460V
Actual Line Voltage (Drive Input)
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Appendix D
Instructions for ATEX Approved
Drives in Group II Category (2) G D
Applications with ATEX Approved
Motors
For information on . .
General
Motor Requirements
Drive Wiring
Drive Configuration
Start-Up & Periodic Drive Testing Requirement
See page . .
D-1
D-2
D-3
D-3
D-4
General
This document provides information on operation of an ATEX Approved
drive and ATEX approved motor. The motor is located in a defined
hazardous environment, while the drive is not. A protective system is
required to stop current flow to the motor when an over temperature
condition has been sensed in the motor. When sensed, the drive will go
into a fault stop condition.
The drive is manufactured under the guidelines of the ATEX directive
94/9/EC. These Drives are in Group II Category (2) GD Applications
with ATEX Approved Motors. Certification of the drive for the ATEX
group and category on its nameplate requires installation, operation, and
maintenance according to this document and to the requirements found
in the User Manual and appropriate Motor Instruction Manual(s).
!
ATTENTION: Operation of this ATEX certified drive with an ATEX
certified motor that is located in a hazardous environment requires
additional installation, operation, and maintenance procedures beyond
those stated in the standard user manual. Equipment damage and/or
personal injury may result if all additional instructions in this document
are not observed.
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Motor Requirements
•
The motor must be manufactured under the guidelines of the ATEX
directive 94/9/EC. It must be installed, operated, and maintained per
the motor manufacturer supplied instructions.
•
Only motors with nameplates marked for use on an inverter power
source, and labeled for specific hazardous areas, may be used in
hazardous areas on inverter (variable frequency) power.
•
When the motor is indicated for ATEX Group II Category 2 for use
in gas environments (Category 2G) the motor must be of flameproof
construction, EEx d (according to EN50018) or Ex d (according to
EN60079-1 or IEC60079-1). Group II motors are marked with a
temperature or a temperature code.
•
When the motor is indicated for ATEX Group II Category 2 for use
in dust environments (Category 2D) the motor must be protected by
an enclosure (according to EN50281-1-1 or according to
IEC61241-1: Ex tD). Group II motors are marked with a
temperature.
•
The motor over temperature signal supplied to the drive must be a
normally closed contact (open during over temperature condition)
compatible with the drive’s digital (logic) input circuitry. If multiple
sensors are required in the motor, the connection at the drive must be
the resultant of all required contacts wired in series. Note that the
drives are available with either 24V DC or 115V AC input circuitry.
Refer to the drive User Manual for details.
•
Refer to all product markings for additional cautions that may apply.
•
Typical motor markings are contained on a motor certification
nameplate similar to Figure D.1.
Figure D.1 Sample Motor Nameplate
FLAMEPROOF Exd ENCLOSURE
EExd I/IIB
Tamb
C to
II 2 G/D
I M2
Sira
0518
ATEX
MFG. BY ROCKWELL AUTOMATION
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Drive Wiring
Important: ATEX certification of this drive requires that 2 separate
digital (logic) inputs be configured to monitor a normally
closed over temperature contact (or multiple contacts wired
in series) presented to the drive from the motor.
The first input must be “Digital Input6/Hardware Enable” (terminal 32).
The second can be any other unused digital input between 1 and 5. Note
that all inputs are typically supplied in a “default” configuration to a
function such as Start and Stop. This may influence the input selected by
the user for this function. The following examples will assume Digital
Input 5 (terminal 31) is being used as the additional required input. The 2
input terminals must be wired in “parallel” (jumper is acceptable) so
each is monitoring the over temperature contacts. Digital signal inputs
are wired with respect to the digital input common. Refer to the drive
User Manual regarding setup for either internal or external 24V DC or
external 115V AC logic power, depending on the type that is supplied in
your drive. Motor supplied contacts must have ratings compatible with
the drive’s input circuit ratings and applied voltage level.
Figure D.2 Wiring Example
External Power Supply
Neutral/
Common
115V/
+24V *
Internal 24V Power Supply **
25
Digital In Common
24 +24V DC
25 Digital In Common
26
Motor
Over Temperature
Sensor(s)
31
Motor
Over Temperature
Sensor(s)
31
32
Digital Input 6
32
Digital Input 6
* Voltage is Board Dependent
** Not available with 115V I/O
Drive Configuration
Both of the digital inputs required to monitor for motor over temperature
must be configured correctly to assure that the drive will shut down
independent of drive software operation, and be put into a fault condition
that will require a fault reset before the drive can be restarted.
Hardware
Digital Input 6 must be configured as a Hardware Enable. This is
accomplished by removing Jumper J10 from the Main Control Board in
the I/O Control Cassette. Refer to the instructions in the I/O wiring
section of the Installation/Wiring Chapter in the drive User Manual.
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Firmware
•
The functionality of Digital Input 5 is determined by parameter 365
[Digital In5 Sel]. (If a different digital input “x” is selected, refer to
the corresponding [Digital In “x” Sel] parameter.) This parameter
must be set to a value of “3” to configure this input as an “Aux
Fault.” When this digital input is opened, the drive will immediately
shut down in a fault condition and require a fault reset before the
drive can be restarted.
•
Opening Digital Input 6 when configured as a Hardware Enable will
interrupt IGBT gate firing directly. Additionally, Digital Input 6 will
put the drive into a normal “not-enabled” shutdown condition. It is
configured by parameter 366 [Digital In6 Sel]. This parameter must
be set to a value of “1” to configure this input as an “Enable.” When
Digital Input 6 is opened, the gate firing will be interrupted and the
drive will go into a “not-enabled” shutdown condition. Because the
additional digital Input (typically Digital Input 5) must be wired to
open simultaneously and be configured to put the drive into a fault
condition, the drive will not restart if a new start command is given
until the fault is reset.
Start-Up & Periodic Drive Testing Requirement
The integrity of both the Hardware Enable input (Digital Input 6) and the
additional Aux Fault input must be maintained and verified periodically
to meet certification requirements. The interval must be determined by
the requirements of the application, but not be greater than one year. In
addition to any requirements to check the integrity of the over
temperature device(s) and the wiring of the over temperature contact
closure to the drive terminals, the drive circuitry itself requires testing.
This must be done during a maintenance period when the motor
environment is not hazardous and all necessary precautions have been
taken to repeatedly start and stop the drive and motor safely.
!
ATTENTION: Power must be applied to the drive to perform the
following procedure. Some of the voltages present are at incoming line
potential. To avoid electric shock hazard or damage to equipment, only
qualified service personnel should perform the following procedure.
Thoroughly read and understand the procedure before beginning. If an
event does not occur while performing this procedure, Do Not Proceed.
Remove Power including user supplied control voltages. User supplied
voltages may exist even when main AC power is not applied to then
drive. Correct the malfunction before continuing.
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Preparation
1. Disconnect all power from the drive including control power, if
supplied.
2. Disconnect the motor from the driven load if necessary, to run this
test.
3. Disconnect the motor over temperature contact connections from the
drive. This includes both Digital Input 6 (terminal 32) and the
additional required input (typically Digital Input 5, terminal 31).
Remove the jumper between the two inputs if one is in place.
4. Connect a means to open and close a N.C. contact between Digital
Input 6 (terminal 32) and input common. Connect a separate means
to open and close a N.C. contact between the additional input
(typically Digital Input 5, terminal 31) and input common (see
Figure D.3). The switching devices (pushbutton, relay, etc.) must
have contacts rated for either the 24V DC or 115V AC input circuit,
whichever was supplied with the drive.
Figure D.3 Example Test Circuit
External Power Supply
Neutral/
Common
115V/
+24V *
25
Internal 24V Power Supply **
24 +24V DC
25 Digital In Common
26
31
32
Digital Input 6
* Voltage is Board Dependent
32
Digital Input 6
** Not available with 115V I/O
5. Be sure both sets of test contacts are closed. Assure all control
connections are properly made to the drive. Reapply power to the
drive including external control power, if supplied.
Test
6. Perform any necessary parameter adjustments and start the drive.
Confirm that the drive stops and starts normally, then start and slowly
accelerate the motor.
7. Open Digital Input 6. The drive should stop and the motor coast to
rest. The HIM/OIM should indicate that the drive is “Not Enabled.”
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8. Close Digital Input 6. The drive should not start but the HIM/OIM
should indicate that the drive is “Stopped.”
Important: The drive should not start when closing Digital Input 6
even if a maintained start command is present and had
not been removed when the drive stopped.
9. Provide the command to restart the drive. In the case of a maintained
start, remove and reapply the start command. In either case the drive
should run normally.
10. With the motor running, open Digital Input 5. The drive should stop
and the motor coast to rest. The HIM/OIM should indicate that the
drive is in an “Auxiliary Input” fault condition.
11. Close Digital Input 5. The drive should not start and the HIM/OIM
will continue to indicate an “Auxiliary Input” fault condition.
12. Provide the command to restart the drive. In the case of a maintained
start, remove and reapply the start command. In either case the drive
should remain stopped and in a fault condition.
13. Provide a Fault Reset command to the drive. The drive fault should
clear. The drive should not start even if a maintained start is applied
when the fault is reset.
14. Provide the command to restart the drive. In the case of a maintained
start, remove and reapply the start command. In either case the drive
should run normally.
15. Stop the drive, and disconnect all power from the drive including
external control power.
16. Disconnect the test switching devices from the two digital inputs.
17. Determine a way to interrupt the continuity of the over temperature
circuit when it is reconnected to the motor.
18. Properly reconnect the motor over temperature contact connection to
the drive and include the test mechanism to interrupt the over
temperature circuit’s continuity. This includes both Digital Input 6
(terminal 32) and the additional required digital input. Reconnect the
jumper between the two inputs if one had been in place.
19. Reconnect power to the drive including external control power.
20. Start drive and confirm that it is operating properly.
21. Interrupt the continuity of the over temperature circuit connected to
the drive. The drive should stop and the motor coast to rest. The
HIM/OIM should indicate that the drive is in an Auxiliary Input fault
condition.
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22. Remake continuity of the over temperature circuit connected to the
drive’s digital inputs. The drive should remain stopped and in an
Auxiliary Input fault condition.
23. Provide the command to restart the drive. In the case of a maintained
start, remove and reapply the start command. The drive should
remain stopped and in an Auxiliary Input fault condition.
24. Provide a fault reset command to the drive. The drive fault should
clear but the drive should not restart.
25. Provide the command to restart the drive. The drive should run
normally.
26. Stop the drive and disconnect all power including external control
power.
27. Remove the test mechanism, reconnect original wires and verify all
wiring.
28. Reconnect the motor to the load if it had been previously
disconnected.
29. Check for proper operation.
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A
AC Input
Circuit Breakers, A-9
Ground, 1-4
Line Fuses, A-9
AC Supply
Resistive Grounded, 1-3
Source, 1-2
Unbalanced, 1-3
Ungrounded, 1-3
Accel Mask, 3-48
Accel Owner, 3-49
Accel Time x, 3-26
Access Panel Removal, 1-7
Adj Volt AccTime, 3-64
Adj Volt Command, 3-63
Adj Volt DecTime, 3-64
Adj Volt Phase, 3-63
Adj Volt Preset, 3-63
Adj Volt Ref Hi, 3-63
Adj Volt Ref Lo, 3-63
Adj Volt S Curve, 3-65
Adj Volt Select, 3-63
Adj Volt Trim %, 3-64
Adj Volt Trim Hi, 3-64
Adj Volt Trim Lo, 3-64
Adj Volt TrimSel, 3-64
Adjust Voltage Group, 3-63
Adjustable Voltage Operation, C-1
AdjVoltRef Cflct Alarm, 4-10
Agency Certification, A-1
Alarm & Fault Types, 4-1
Alarm 1 @ Fault, 3-41
Alarm 2 @ Fault, 3-42
Alarm Clear, 3-44
Alarm Config 1, 3-44
Alarm Descriptions, 4-10
Alarm x Code, 3-44
Alarms
AdjVoltRef Cflct, 4-10
Analog In Loss, 4-10
Bipolar Conflict, 4-10
Brake Slipped, 4-10
Decel Inhibt, 4-10
Dig In Conflict, 4-10
Drive OL Level, 4-11
FluxAmpsRef Rang, 4-11
Ground Warn, 4-11
Home Not Set, 4-11
In Phase Loss, 4-11
IntDBRes OvrHeat, 4-11
IR Volts Range, 4-11
Ixo Vlt Rang, 4-11
Load Loss, 4-11
MaxFreq Conflict, 4-11
Motor Thermistor, 4-11
Motor Type Cflct, 4-11
NP Hz Conflict, 4-12
PI Config Conflict, 4-12
Power Loss, 4-12
Precharge Active, 4-12
Prof Step Cflct, 4-12
PTC Conflict, 4-12
Sleep Config, 4-12
Speed Ref Cflct, 4-12
Start At PowerUp, 4-12
TB Man Ref Cflct, 4-12
Torq Prove Cflct, 4-12
UnderVoltage, 4-12
VHz Neg Slope, 4-12
Waking, 4-12
Alarms Group, 3-44
Alarms, Clearing, 4-10
ALT Key
Functions, B-2
ALT Key Functions, B-2
Ambient Temperature, 1-2
Analog In Loss Alarm, 4-10
Analog In Loss Fault, 4-4
Analog In x Hi, 3-52
Analog In x Lo, 3-52
Analog Inputs Group, 3-51
Analog Inx Value, 3-8
Analog Out Scale, 3-53
Analog Out1 Hi, 3-53
Analog Out1 Lo, 3-53
Analog Out1 Sel, 3-53
Analog Out2 Lo, 3-53
Analog Out2 Sel, 3-53
Analog Outputs Group, 3-52
Anlg Cal Chksum Fault, 4-4
Anlg In Config, 3-51
Anlg In Loss, 3-52
Anlg In Sqr Root, 3-51
Anlg Out Absolut, 3-52
Anlg Out Config, 3-52
Anlg Out Setpt, 3-54
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Applications File, 3-59
Armored Cable, 1-5
Assisted Start Up, 2-3
ATEX Approved Motors, Operation with,
D-1
Auto Mode, 1-24
Auto Rstrt Delay, 3-30
Auto Rstrt Tries, 3-30
Auto Rstrt Tries Fault, 4-4
Auto/Manual
Control, 1-25
Modes, 1-24
Auto-Reset/Start, 4-1
Autotune, 3-12
AutoTune Aborted Fault, 4-4
Autotune Torque, 3-13
Auxiliary Input Fault, 4-4
B
Before Applying Power, 2-1
Bipolar Conflict Alarm, 4-10
Bipolar Inputs, 1-17
Bottom Plate Removal, 1-7
Bottom View Dimensions, A-24
Brake
Dynamic, 3-29
Brake Slipped Alarm, 4-10
Break Frequency, 3-15
Break Voltage, 3-15
Brk Alarm Travel, 3-61
Brk Release Time, 3-60
Brk Set Time, 3-60
BrkSlip Count, 3-60
Bus Capacitors, Discharging, P-3
Bus Reg Kd, 3-29
Bus Reg Ki, 3-28
Bus Reg Kp, 3-29
Bus Reg Mode A, 3-29
Bus Reg Mode B, 3-29
Bypass Contactors, 1-14
C
Cable Entry Plate
Removal, 1-7
SHLD Terminal, 1-4
Cable Length
Motor, 1-7
Cable Trays, 1-7
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Armored, 1-5
Insulation, 1-5
Separation, 1-5
Shielded, 1-5
Type, 1-5
Unshielded, 1-5
Capacitors
Bus, Discharging, P-3
Cassette, I/O, 1-18
Catalog Number Explanation, P-5
CE
Conformity, 1-27
Requirements, 1-28
Checklist, Start-Up, 2-1
Circuit Breakers, Input, 1-5
Clear Fault Clr Owner, 3-49
Clearing Alarms, 4-10
Clearing Faults, 4-4
Cntl Bd Overtemp Fault, 4-4
Comm Control Group, 3-46
Commanded Speed, 3-7
Commanded Torque, 3-8
Common Bus, 1-27
Common Mode Capacitors, 1-14
Common Mode Interference, 1-17
Common Symptoms and Corrective
Action, 4-13
Communication File, 3-46
Communications
Logic Command Word, A-7
Logic Status Word, A-8
Programmable Controller
Configurations, A-6
Compensation, 3-11
Conduit, 1-7
Contactors
Bypass, 1-14
Input, 1-13
Output, 1-13, A-9
Control Options, 3-3
Control Status, 3-14
Control SW Ver, 3-9
Control Wire, 1-18
Control, Auto/Manual, 1-25
Conventions, Manual, P-2
Copycat, B-4
Counts per Unit, 3-66
Cover, Opening, 1-1
Cross Reference, Parameter
Index-3
by Name, 3-72
by Number, 3-75
Current Lmt Gain, 3-27
Current Lmt Sel, 3-26
Current Lmt Val, 3-27
Current Rate Limit, 3-27
Cutout Dimensions, A-30
D
Data In Ax, 3-49
Data Out Ax, 3-50
Data, Saving, B-4
Datalinks Group, 3-49
DB Resistance Fault, 4-4
DB Resistor, 3-62
DB Resistor Type, 3-29
DB While Stopped, 3-28
DC Brake Level, 3-28
DC Brake Time, 3-28
DC Brk Levl Sel, 3-28
DC Bus Memory, 3-7
DC Bus Voltage, 3-7
DC Input, 1-27
Decel Inhibit Fault, 4-5
Decel Inhibt Alarm, 4-10
Decel Mask, 3-48
Decel Owner, 3-49
Decel Time x, 3-26
Defaults, Resetting to, 3-35, B-4
Diagnostic Data, Viewing, B-4
Diagnostics Group, 3-37
Dig In Conflict Alarm, 4-10
Dig In Status, 3-40
Dig Out Invert, 3-58
Dig Out Mask, 3-59
Dig Out Param, 3-58
Dig Out Setpt, 3-56
Dig Out Status, 3-40
Dig Outx Level, 3-57
Dig Outx OffTime, 3-58
Dig Outx OnTime, 3-57
Digital Inputs Group, 3-55
Digital Inx Sel, 3-55
Digital Outputs Group, 3-55
Digital Outx Sel, 3-57
Dimensions
Bottom View, A-24
Drive, A-20
Flange Mount, A-28, A-29, A-31,
A-32, A-33
Frame 5 Cutout, A-30
Minimum Clearances, 1-2
Direction Config Group, 3-33
Direction Mask, 3-48
Direction Mode, 3-33
Direction Owner, 3-49
Discrete Speeds Group, 3-20
Distribution Systems, 1-14
Resistive Grounded, 1-3
Unbalanced, 1-3
Ungrounded, 1-3
DPI Baud Rate, 3-46
DPI Fdbk Select, 3-47
DPI Port 1-5 Fault, 4-7
DPI Port Locations, B-1
DPI Port Sel, 3-47
DPI Port Value, 3-47
DPI Ref Select, 3-47
Drive Alarm 1, 3-38
Drive Alarm 2, 3-38
Drive Checksum, 3-36
Drive Data Group, 3-8
Drive Frame Size, P-3
Drive Grounding, 1-4
Drive Logic Rslt, 3-46
Drive Memory Group, 3-35
Drive OL Count, 3-40
Drive OL Level Alarm, 4-11
Drive OL Mode, 3-27
Drive Overload Fault, 4-5
Drive Powerup Fault, 4-5
Drive Ramp Rslt, 3-46
Drive Ratings, A-9
Drive Ref Rslt, 3-46
Drive Status 1, 3-37
Drive Status 2, 3-37
Drive Temp, 3-40
DriveExecutive, 3-1
DriveExplorer, 3-1
Droop RPM @ FLA, 3-27
Dyn UserSet Actv, 3-37
Dyn UsrSet Cnfg, 3-36
Dyn UsrSet Sel, 3-36
Dynamic Brake
Resistor Selection, 3-29
Setup, 3-29
Dynamic Control File, 3-26
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E
Earthing, see Grounding
Editing Parameters, 3-1
Elapsed kWh, 3-8
Elapsed MWh, 3-7
Elapsed Run Time, 3-7
EMC
Directive, 1-27
Instructions, 1-27
EMI/RFI Filter Grounding, RFI Filter,
1-4
Enc Position Fdbk, 3-15
Enclosure Rating, 1-2
Encoder Loss Fault, 4-5
Encoder Pos Tol, 3-66
Encoder PPR, 3-15
Encoder Quad Err Fault, 4-5
Encoder Speed, 3-15
Encoder Terminal Block, 1-18, 1-20
Encoder Wiring, 1-20
Encoder Z Chan, 3-16
ESD, Static Discharge, P-3
Excessive Load Fault, 4-5
External Brake Resistor, C-3
F
Factory Defaults, Resetting to, 3-35,
B-4
Fan/Pump Parameter Set, 3-35
Fatal Faults Fault, 4-5
Fault & Alarm Types, 4-1
Fault 1 Time, 3-43
Fault Amps, 3-41
Fault Bus Volts, 3-41
Fault Clear, 3-42
Fault Clear Mode, 3-43
Fault Clr Mask, 3-48
Fault Config x, 3-42
Fault Descriptions, 4-4
Fault Queue, B-4
Fault Speed, 3-40
Fault x Code, 3-43
Faults
Analog In Loss, 4-4
Anlg Cal Chksum, 4-4
Auto Rstrt Tries, 4-4
AutoTune Aborted, 4-4
Auxiliary Input, 4-4
Cntl Bd Overtemp, 4-4
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Decel Inhibit, 4-5
DPI Port 1-5, 4-7
Drive Overload, 4-5
Drive Powerup, 4-5
Encoder Loss, 4-5
Encoder Quad Err, 4-5
Excessive Load, 4-5
Fatal Faults, 4-5
Faults Cleared, 4-5
Flt QueueCleared, 4-5
FluxAmpsRef Rang, 4-5
Ground Fault, 4-5
Hardware Fault, 4-5
Hardware PTC, 4-6
Heatsink OvrTemp, 4-6
HW OverCurrent, 4-6
I/O Comm Loss, 4-6
I/O Failure, 4-6
Incompat MCB-PB, 4-6
Input Phase Loss, 4-6
IR Volts Range, 4-6
IXo VoltageRange, 4-6
Load Loss, 4-6
Motor Overload, 4-6
Motor Thermistor, 4-6
NVS I/O Checksum, 4-6
NVS I/O Failure, 4-7
Output PhaseLoss, 4-7
OverSpeed Limit, 4-7
OverVoltage, 4-7
Parameter Chksum, 4-7
Params Defaulted, 4-7
Phase Short, 4-7
Phase to Grnd, 4-7
Port 1-5 DPI Loss, 4-7
Power Loss, 4-8
Power Unit, 4-8
Pulse In Loss, 4-8
Pwr Brd Chksum, 4-8
Pwr Brd Chksum2, 4-8
Replaced MCB-PB, 4-8
See Manual, 4-8
Shear Pin, 4-8
Software, 4-8
SW OverCurrent, 4-8
TorqPrv Spd Band, 4-8
Trnsistr OvrTemp, 4-9
UnderVoltage, 4-9
UserSet Chksum, 4-9
Faults Cleared Fault, 4-5
Faults Group, 3-42
Faults, Clearing, 4-4
Index-5
Fdbk Filter Sel, 3-15
Feedback Select, 3-17
FGP, 3-3
File
Applications, 3-59
Communication, 3-46
Dynamic Control, 3-26
Inputs & Outputs, 3-51
Monitor, 3-7
Motor Control, 3-9
Pos/Spd Profile, 3-65
Speed Command, 3-16
Utility, 3-33
File-Group-Parameter, 3-3
Filter, RFI, 1-4
Find Home Ramp, 3-66
Find Home Speed, 3-66
First Environment Installations, 1-28
Flange Mount Dimensions, A-28, A-29,
A-31, A-32, A-33
Float Tolerance, 3-60
Flt QueueCleared Fault, 4-5
Flux Braking, 3-30
Flux Current, 3-7
Flux Current Ref, 3-12
Flux Up Mode, 3-11
Flux Up Time, 3-11
Flux Vector Control Option, 3-3
FluxAmpsRef Rang Alarm, 4-11
FluxAmpsRef Rang Fault, 4-5
Flying Start En, 3-30
Flying StartGain, 3-30
Frame Designations, A-9
Frame Size, Drive, P-3
Functions, ALT Key, B-2
Fuses
Input, 1-5
Ratings, A-9
G
Gearbox Limit, 3-63
Gearbox Rating, 3-62
Gearbox Ratio, 3-62
Gearbox Sheave, 3-62
General Precautions, P-3
Gnd Warn Level, 3-32
Ground Fault, 4-5
Ground Warn Alarm, 4-11
Grounding
Bus, 1-4
Conductor, 1-4
Filter, 1-4
General, 1-4
Impedance, 1-4
Safety, PE, 1-4
Shields, 1-4
Group
Adjust Voltage, 3-63
Alarms, 3-44
Analog Inputs, 3-51
Analog Outputs, 3-52
Comm Control, 3-46
Datalinks, 3-49
Diagnostics, 3-37
Digital Inputs, 3-55
Digital Outputs, 3-55
Direction Config, 3-33
Discrete Speeds, 3-20
Drive Data, 3-8
Drive Memory, 3-35
Faults, 3-42
HIM Ref Config, 3-34
Load Limits, 3-26
Masks & Owners, 3-47
Metering, 3-7
MOP Config, 3-34
Motor Data, 3-9
Power Loss, 3-32
Process PI, 3-22
Profile Step, 3-67
ProfSetup/Status, 3-65
Ramp Rates, 3-26
Restart Modes, 3-30
Scaled Blocks, 3-45
Slip Comp, 3-21
Spd Mode & Limits, 3-16
Speed Feedback, 3-15
Speed References, 3-19
Speed Regulator, 3-25
Speed Trim, 3-21
Stop/Brake Modes, 3-28
Torq Attributes, 3-10
Torque Proving, 3-59
Volts per Hertz, 3-14
H
Hardware Enable, 1-21
Hardware Fault, 4-5
Hardware PTC Fault, 4-6
Heatsink OvrTemp Fault, 4-6
HIM Menu Structure, B-4
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HIM Menus
Diagnostics, B-4
Memory Storage, B-4
Preferences, B-5
HIM Ref Config Group, 3-34
HIM, Removing/Installing, B-8
Home Not Set Alarm, 4-11
HW OverCurrent Fault, 4-6
I
I/O
Cassette, 1-18
Terminal Block, 1-18
Wiring, 1-17
I/O Comm Loss Fault, 4-6
I/O Failure Fault, 4-6
I/O Terminal Block, 1-19
In Phase Loss Alarm, 4-11
Incompat MCB-PB Fault, 4-6
Inertia Autotune, 3-13
Input Contactor
Start/Stop, 1-13
Input Devices
Circuit Breakers, 1-5
Contactors, 1-13
Fuses, 1-5
Input Fusing, 1-5
Input Phase Loss Fault, 4-6
Input Potentiometer, 1-22
Input Power Conditioning, 1-3
Input Power, Single-Phase, 1-7
Inputs & Outputs File, 3-51
Installation, 1-1
IntDBRes OvrHeat Alarm, 4-11
IR Voltage Drop, 3-12
IR Volts Range Alarm, 4-11
IR Volts Range Fault, 4-6
Ixo Vlt Rang Alarm, 4-11
Ixo Voltage Drop, 3-12
IXo VoltageRange Fault, 4-6
J
Jog Mask, 3-48
Jog Owner, 3-48
Jog Speed 1, 3-20
Jog Speed 2, 3-20
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K
Kf Speed Loop, 3-25
Ki Speed Loop, 3-25
Kp Speed Loop, 3-25
L
Language, 3-35
Last Stop Source, 3-39
LCD HIM
Menus, B-4
LEDs, 4-2
Lifting/Torque Proving, C-4
Limit Switches, C-11
Linear List, 3-3
Linking Parameters, B-6
Load Frm Usr Set, 3-35
Load Limits Group, 3-26
Load Loss Alarm, 4-11
Load Loss Fault, 4-6
Load Loss Level, 3-33
Load Loss Time, 3-33
Local Mask, 3-48
Local Owner, 3-49
Logic Command Word, A-7
Logic Mask, 3-47, 3-51
Logic Mask Act, 3-51
Logic Status Word, A-8
Low Voltage Directive, 1-27
M
Man Ref Preload, 3-34
Manual Conventions, P-2
Manual Mode, 1-24
Manual/Auto Control, 1-25
Marker Pulse, 3-16
Masks & Owners Group, 3-47
Max Rod Speed, 3-62
Max Rod Torque, 3-62
MaxFreq Conflict Alarm, 4-11
Maximum Freq, 3-10
Maximum Speed, 3-17
Maximum Voltage, 3-10
Memory Retention, Motor Overload,
C-16
Menu Structure, HIM, B-4
Metering Group, 3-7
MicroPos Scale%, 3-61
Index-7
Min Adj Voltage, 3-63
Min Rod Speed, 3-62
Minimum Clearances, 1-2
Minimum Speed, 3-17, C-12
MOD LED, 4-2
Modes, Auto/Manual, 1-24
Monitor File, 3-7
MOP Adj VoltRate, 3-64
MOP Config Group, 3-34
MOP Mask, 3-48
MOP Owner, 3-49
MOP Rate, 3-34
MOP Reference, 3-7
Motor Cable Lengths, 1-7
Motor Cntl Sel, 3-10
Motor Control File, 3-9
Motor Control Technology, C-12
Motor Data Group, 3-9
Motor Fdbk Type, 3-15
Motor NP FLA, 3-9
Motor NP Hertz, 3-9
Motor NP Power, 3-9
Motor NP RPM, 3-9
Motor NP Volts, 3-9
Motor OL Count, 3-40
Motor OL Factor, 3-10
Motor OL Hertz, 3-10
Motor Overload, C-14
Motor Overload Fault, 4-6
Motor Overload Memory Retention,
C-16
Motor Poles, 3-10
Motor Sheave, 3-62
Motor Thermistor Alarm, 4-11
Motor Thermistor Fault, 4-6
Motor Type, 3-9
Motor Type Cflct Alarm, 4-11
Mounting
Clearances, 1-2
Orientation, 1-2
Mounting Dimensions, A-20
MOVs, 1-14
Mtr OL Trip Time, 3-40
Mtr Tor Cur Ref, 3-14
N
Neg Torque Limit, 3-14
NET LED, 4-2
Non-Resettable, 4-1
Notch Filter K, 3-15
Notch FilterFreq, 3-15
NP Hz Conflict Alarm, 4-12
NVS I/O Checksum Fault, 4-6
NVS I/O Failure Fault, 4-7
O
OilWell Pump Sel, 3-62
Opening the Cover, 1-1
Operating Modes, 1-24
Operating Temperature, 1-2
Operator Interface, B-5
Output Contactor
Start/Stop, 1-13
Output Current, 3-7
Output Devices
Cable Terminators, A-9
Common Mode Cores, A-9
Contactors, 1-13, A-9
Output Freq, 3-7
Output PhaseLoss Fault, 4-7
Output Power, 3-7
Output Powr Fctr, 3-7
Output Voltage, 3-7
Overspeed, C-16
Overspeed Limit, 3-17
OverSpeed Limit Fault, 4-7
OverVoltage Fault, 4-7
P
Param Access Lvl, 3-35
Parameter
Changing/Editing, B-5
Descriptions, 3-1
File-Group-Parameter Organization,
3-3
Linear List, 3-3
Viewing, B-5
Parameter Chksum Fault, 4-7
Parameter Cross Reference
by Name, 3-72
by Number, 3-75
Parameter Linking, B-6
Parameter View
Advanced
Vector Control, 3-5
Basic
Vector Control, 3-4
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Parameters
32 Bit, 3-2
Accel Mask, 3-48
Accel Owner, 3-49
Accel Time x, 3-26
Adj Volt AccTime, 3-64
Adj Volt Command, 3-63
Adj Volt DecTime, 3-64
Adj Volt Phase, 3-63
Adj Volt Preset, 3-63
Adj Volt Ref Hi, 3-63
Adj Volt Ref Lo, 3-63
Adj Volt S Curve, 3-65
Adj Volt Select, 3-63
Adj Volt Trim %, 3-64
Adj Volt Trim Hi, 3-64
Adj Volt Trim Lo, 3-64
Adj Volt TrimSel, 3-64
Alarm 1 @ Fault, 3-41
Alarm 2 @ Fault, 3-42
Alarm Clear, 3-44
Alarm Config 1, 3-44
Alarm x Code, 3-44
Analog In x Hi, 3-52
Analog In x Lo, 3-52
Analog Inx Value, 3-8
Analog Out Scale, 3-53
Analog Out1 Hi, 3-53
Analog Out1 Lo, 3-53
Analog Out1 Sel, 3-53
Analog Out2 Hi, 3-53
Analog Out2 Lo, 3-53
Analog Out2 Sel, 3-53
Anlg In Config, 3-51
Anlg In Loss, 3-52
Anlg In Sqr Root, 3-51
Anlg Out Absolut, 3-52
Anlg Out Config, 3-52
Anlg Out Setpt, 3-54
Auto Rstrt Delay, 3-30
Auto Rstrt Tries, 3-30
Autotune, 3-12
Autotune Torque, 3-13
Break Frequency, 3-15
Break Voltage, 3-15
Brk Alarm Travel, 3-61
Brk Release Time, 3-60
Brk Set Time, 3-60
BrkSlip Count, 3-60
Bus Reg Kd, 3-29
Bus Reg Ki, 3-28
Bus Reg Kp, 3-29
Bus Reg Mode A, 3-29
Bus Reg Mode B, 3-29
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Commanded Speed, 3-7
Commanded Torque, 3-8
Compensation, 3-11
Control Status, 3-14
Control SW Ver, 3-9
Counts per Unit, 3-66
Current Lmt Gain, 3-27
Current Lmt Sel, 3-26
Current Lmt Val, 3-27
Current Rate Limit, 3-27
Data In Ax, 3-49
Data Out Ax, 3-50
DB Resistor, 3-62
DB Resistor Type, 3-29
DB While Stopped, 3-28
DC Brake Level, 3-28
DC Brake Time, 3-28
DC Brk Levl Sel, 3-28
DC Bus Memory, 3-7
DC Bus Voltage, 3-7
Decel Mask, 3-48
Decel Owner, 3-49
Decel Time x, 3-26
Dig In Status, 3-40
Dig Out Invert, 3-58
Dig Out Mask, 3-59
Dig Out Param, 3-58
Dig Out Setpt, 3-56
Dig Out Status, 3-40
Dig Outx Level, 3-57
Dig Outx OffTime, 3-58
Dig Outx OnTime, 3-57
Digital Inx Sel, 3-55
Digital Outx Sel, 3-57
Direction Mask, 3-48
Direction Mode, 3-33
Direction Owner, 3-49
DPI Baud Rate, 3-46
DPI Fdbk Select, 3-47
DPI Port Sel, 3-47
DPI Port Value, 3-47
DPI Ref Select, 3-47
Drive Alarm 1, 3-38
Drive Alarm 2, 3-38
Drive Checksum, 3-36
Drive Logic Rslt, 3-46
Drive OL Count, 3-40
Drive OL Mode, 3-27
Drive Ramp Rslt, 3-46
Drive Ref Rslt, 3-46
Drive Status 1, 3-37
Drive Status 2, 3-37
Drive Temp, 3-40
Droop RPM @ FLA, 3-27
Index-9
Dyn UserSet Actv, 3-37
Dyn UsrSet Cnfg, 3-36
Dyn UsrSet Sel, 3-36
Elapsed kWh, 3-8
Elapsed MWh, 3-7
Elapsed Run Time, 3-7
Enc Position Fdbk, 3-15
Encoder Pos Tol, 3-66
Encoder PPR, 3-15
Encoder Speed, 3-15
Encoder Z Chan, 3-16
Fault 1 Time, 3-43
Fault Amps, 3-41
Fault Bus Volts, 3-41
Fault Clear, 3-42
Fault Clear Mode, 3-43
Fault Clr Mask, 3-48
Fault Clr Owner, 3-49
Fault Config x, 3-42
Fault Speed, 3-40
Fault x Code, 3-43
Fdbk Filter Sel, 3-15
Feedback Select, 3-17
Find Home Ramp, 3-66
Find Home Speed, 3-66
Float Tolerance, 3-60
Flux Braking, 3-30
Flux Current, 3-7
Flux Current Ref, 3-12
Flux Up Mode, 3-11
Flux Up Time, 3-11
Flying Start En, 3-30
Flying StartGain, 3-30
Gearbox Limit, 3-63
Gearbox Rating, 3-62
Gearbox Ratio, 3-62
Gearbox Sheave, 3-62
Gnd Warn Level, 3-32
Inertia Autotune, 3-13
IR Voltage Drop, 3-12
Ixo Voltage Drop, 3-12
Jog Mask, 3-48
Jog Owner, 3-48
Jog Speed 1, 3-20
Jog Speed 2, 3-20
Kf Speed Loop, 3-25
Ki Speed Loop, 3-25
Kp Speed Loop, 3-25
Language, 3-35
Last Stop Source, 3-39
Load Frm Usr Set, 3-35
Load Loss Level, 3-33
Load Loss Time, 3-33
Local Mask, 3-48
Local Owner, 3-49
Logic Mask, 3-47, 3-51
Logic Mask Act, 3-51
Man Ref Preload, 3-34
Marker Pulse, 3-16
Max Rod Speed, 3-62
Max Rod Torque, 3-62
Maximum Freq, 3-10
Maximum Speed, 3-17
Maximum Voltage, 3-10
MicroPos Scale%, 3-61
Min Adj Voltage, 3-63
Min Rod Speed, 3-62
Minimum Speed, 3-17
MOP Adj VoltRate, 3-64
MOP Mask, 3-48
MOP Owner, 3-49
MOP Rate, 3-34
MOP Reference, 3-7
Motor Cntl Sel, 3-10
Motor Fdbk Type, 3-15
Motor NP FLA, 3-9
Motor NP Hertz, 3-9
Motor NP Power, 3-9
Motor NP RPM, 3-9
Motor NP Volts, 3-9
Motor OL Count, 3-40
Motor OL Factor, 3-10
Motor OL Hertz, 3-10
Motor Poles, 3-10
Motor Sheave, 3-62
Motor Type, 3-9
Mtr OL Trip Time, 3-40
Mtr Tor Cur Ref, 3-14
Neg Torque Limit, 3-14
Notch Filter K, 3-15
Notch FilterFreq, 3-15
OilWell Pump Sel, 3-62
Output Current, 3-7
Output Freq, 3-7
Output Power, 3-7
Output Powr Fctr, 3-7
Output Voltage, 3-7
Overspeed Limit, 3-17
Param Access Lvl, 3-35
PCP Pump Sheave, 3-62
PI BW Filter, 3-24
PI Configuration, 3-22
PI Control, 3-22
PI Deriv Time, 3-24
PI Error Meter, 3-24
PI Fdback Meter, 3-24
PI Feedback Hi, 3-24
PI Feedback Lo, 3-24
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PI Feedback Sel, 3-23
PI Integral Time, 3-23
PI Lower Limit, 3-23
PI Output Gain, 3-25
PI Output Meter, 3-24
PI Preload, 3-23
PI Prop Gain, 3-23
PI Ref Meter, 3-24
PI Reference Hi, 3-24
PI Reference Lo, 3-24
PI Reference Sel, 3-22
PI Setpoint, 3-23
PI Status, 3-24
PI Upper Limit, 3-23
Pos Reg Filter, 3-66
Pos Reg Gain, 3-66
Pos Torque Limit, 3-14
Pos/Spd Prof Cmd, 3-66
Pos/Spd Prof Sts, 3-65
Power Loss Level, 3-33
Power Loss Mode, 3-32
Power Loss Time, 3-32
Powerup Delay, 3-30
PowerUp Marker, 3-43
Preset Speed x, 3-20
PTC HW Value, 3-8
Pulse In Scale, 3-16
Pulse Input Ref, 3-20
PWM Frequency, 3-27
Ramped Speed, 3-8
Rated Amps, 3-8
Rated kW, 3-8
Rated Volts, 3-8
Reference Mask, 3-48
Reference Owner, 3-49
Regen Power Limit, 3-27
Reset Meters, 3-35
Reset To Defalts, 3-35
Rev Speed Limit, 3-18
Rod Load Torque, 3-61
Run Boost, 3-14
S Curve %, 3-26
Save HIM Ref, 3-34
Save MOP Ref, 3-34
Save To User Set, 3-35
Scale In Hi, 3-45
Scale In Lo, 3-45
Scale In Value, 3-45
Scale Out Hi, 3-45
Scale Out Lo, 3-45
Scale Out Value, 3-45
Shear Pin Time, 3-33
Skip Freq Band, 3-18
Skip Frequency x, 3-18
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Sleep Level, 3-32
Sleep Time, 3-32
Sleep-Wake Mode, 3-31
Sleep-Wake Ref, 3-32
Slip Comp Gain, 3-21
Slip RPM @ FLA, 3-21
Slip RPM Meter, 3-21
Spd Fdbk No Filt, 3-8
SpdBand Integrat, 3-60
Speed Desired BW, 3-25
Speed Dev Band, 3-60
Speed Feedback, 3-8
Speed Loop Meter, 3-26
Speed Ref A Hi, 3-19
Speed Ref A Lo, 3-19
Speed Ref A Sel, 3-19
Speed Ref B Hi, 3-19
Speed Ref B Lo, 3-19
Speed Ref B Sel, 3-19
Speed Ref Source, 3-39
Speed Reference, 3-8
Speed Units, 3-16
Speed/Torque Mod, 3-18
Start At PowerUp, 3-30
Start Inhibits, 3-39
Start Mask, 3-47
Start Owner, 3-48
Start/Acc Boost, 3-14
Status 1 @ Fault, 3-41
Status 2 @ Fault, 3-41
Step x AccelTime, 3-68
Step x Batch, 3-70
Step x DecelTime, 3-69
Step x Dwell, 3-70
Step x Next, 3-71
Step x Type, 3-67
Step x Value, 3-69
Step x Velocity, 3-68
Stop Mode x, 3-28
Stop Owner, 3-48
SV Boost Filter, 3-11
TB Man Ref Hi, 3-20
TB Man Ref Lo, 3-20
TB Man Ref Sel, 3-20
Testpoint x Data, 3-42
Testpoint x Sel, 3-42
Torq Prove Sts, 3-61
Torq Ref A Div, 3-13
TorqAlarm Action, 3-61
TorqAlarm Dwell, 3-61
TorqAlarm Level, 3-61
TorqAlrm Timeout, 3-61
TorqAlrm TO Act, 3-62
TorqLim SlewRate, 3-60
Index-11
TorqProve Cnfg, 3-59
TorqProve Setup, 3-60
Torque Current, 3-7
Torque Ref B Mult, 3-13
Torque Ref x Hi, 3-13
Torque Ref x Lo, 3-13
Torque Ref x Sel, 3-13
Torque Setpoint1, 3-14
Torque Setpoint2, 3-14
Total Gear Ratio, 3-62
Total Inertia, 3-26
Trim % Setpoint, 3-21
Trim Hi, 3-21
Trim In Select, 3-21
Trim Lo, 3-21
Trim Out Select, 3-21
Units Traveled, 3-65
Vel Override, 3-66
Voltage Class, 3-36
Wake Level, 3-32
Wake Time, 3-32
Write Mask Act
Write Mask Act, 3-50
Write Mask Cfg, 3-50
Zero SpdFloatTime, 3-60
Params Defaulted Fault, 4-7
PCP Pump Sheave, 3-62
PE Ground, 1-4
Phase Short Fault, 4-7
Phase to Grnd Fault, 4-7
PI BW Filter, 3-24
PI Config Conflict Alarm, 4-12
PI Configuration, 3-22
PI Control, 3-22
PI Deriv Time, 3-24
PI Error Meter, 3-24
PI Fdback Meter, 3-24
PI Feedback Hi, 3-24
PI Feedback Lo, 3-24
PI Feedback Sel, 3-23
PI Integral Time, 3-23
PI Lower Limit, 3-23
PI Output Gain, 3-25
PI Output Meter, 3-24
PI Preload, 3-23
PI Prop Gain, 3-23
PI Ref Meter, 3-24
PI Reference Hi, 3-24
PI Reference Lo, 3-24
PI Reference Sel, 3-22
PI Setpoint, 3-23
PI Status, 3-24
PI Upper Limit, 3-23
Port 1-5 DPI Loss Fault, 4-7
PORT LED, 4-2
Ports, DPI Type, B-1
Pos Reg Filter, 3-66
Pos Reg Gain, 3-66
Pos Torque Limit, 3-14
Pos/Spd Prof Cmd, 3-66
Pos/Spd Prof Sts, 3-65
Pos/Spd Profile File, 3-65
Potentiometer, Wiring, 1-22
Power Cables/Wiring, 1-5
Power Conditioning, Input, 1-3
Power Loss Alarm, 4-12
Power Loss Fault, 4-8
Power Loss Group, 3-32
Power Loss Level, 3-33
Power Loss Mode, 3-32
Power Loss Ride Through, C-27
Power Loss Time, 3-32
Power Terminal Block, 1-11
Power Unit Fault, 4-8
Power Wiring
Access Panel, 1-7
General, 1-7
PowerFlex 700 Reference Manual, P-1
Powering Up the Drive, 2-1
Powerup Delay, 3-30
PowerUp Marker, 3-43
Precautions, General, P-3
Precharge, 1-27
Precharge Active Alarm, 4-12
Preferences, Setting, B-5
Preset Speed x, 3-20
Process PI Group, 3-22
Process PID, C-28
Prof Step Cflct Alarm, 4-12
Profile Step Group, 3-67
ProfSetup/Status Group, 3-65
Programmable Controller
Configurations, A-6
Programming, 3-1
PTC Conflict Alarm, 4-12
PTC HW Value, 3-8
Publications, Reference, P-2
Pulse In Loss Fault, 4-8
Pulse In Scale, 3-16
Pulse Input, 1-20
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Pulse Input Ref, 3-20
PWM Frequency, 3-27
Pwr Brd Chksum Fault, 4-8
Pwr Brd Chksum2, 4-8
PWR LED, 4-2
R
Ramp Rates Group, 3-26
Ramped Speed, 3-8
Rated Amps, 3-8
Rated kW, 3-8
Rated Volts, 3-8
Ratings, Drive, A-9
Reference Control, 1-24
Reference Manual, P-1
Reference Mask, 3-48
Reference Material, P-2
Reference Owner, 3-49
Regen Power Limit, 3-27
Regenerative Units, 1-26
Removing Cover, 1-1
Repeated Start/Stop, 1-13
Replaced MCB-PB Fault, 4-8
Reset Meters, 3-35
Reset to Defaults, 3-35, B-4
Resistive Grounded Distribution
Systems, 1-14
Resistive Grounded Supply, 1-3
Restart Modes Group, 3-30
Rev Speed Limit, 3-18
Reverse Speed Limit, C-31
Rod Load Torque, 3-61
Run Boost, 3-14
S
S Curve %, 3-26
S.M.A.R.T. Start Up, 2-3
Safety Ground, 1-4
Save HIM Ref, 3-34
Save MOP Ref, 3-34
Save To User Set, 3-35
Saving Data, B-4
Scale In Hi, 3-45
Scale In Lo, 3-45
Scale In Value, 3-45
Scale Out Hi, 3-45
Scale Out Lo, 3-45
Scale Out Value, 3-45
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Scaled Blocks Group, 3-45
See Manual Fault, 4-8
Setting Preferences, B-5
Shear Pin Fault, 4-8
Shear Pin Time, 3-33
Shielded Cables
Power, 1-5
SHLD Terminal, 1-4
Short Circuit Protection, 1-5
Signal Wire, 1-17
Single-Phase Input Power, 1-7
Skip Freq Band, 3-18
Skip Frequency, C-32
Skip Frequency x, 3-18
Sleep Config Alarm, 4-12
Sleep Level, 3-32
Sleep Time, 3-32
Sleep Wake Mode, C-34
Sleep-Wake Mode, 3-31
Sleep-Wake Ref, 3-32
Slip Comp Gain, 3-21
Slip Comp Group, 3-21
Slip RPM @ FLA, 3-21
Slip RPM Meter, 3-21
Software Fault, 4-8
Spd Fdbk No Filt, 3-8
Spd Mode & Limits Group, 3-16
SpdBand Integrat, 3-60
Specifications
Agency Certification, A-1
Control, A-2, A-3
Drive Ratings, A-9
Electrical, A-2
Encoder, A-4
Environment, A-2
Protection, A-1, A-2
Speed Command File, 3-16
Speed Command Sources, 1-24
Speed Desired BW, 3-25
Speed Dev Band, 3-60
Speed Feedback, 3-8
Speed Feedback Group, 3-15
Speed Loop Meter, 3-26
Speed Pot, 1-22
Speed Ref A Hi, 3-19
Speed Ref A Lo, 3-19
Speed Ref A Sel, 3-19
Speed Ref B Hi, 3-19
Speed Ref B Lo, 3-19
Index-13
Speed Ref B Sel, 3-19
Speed Ref Cflct Alarm, 4-12
Speed Ref Source, 3-39
Speed Reference, 3-8
Speed Reference Control, 1-24
Speed Reference Selection, 1-24
Speed References Group, 3-19
Speed Regulator Group, 3-25
Speed Trim Group, 3-21
Speed Units, 3-16
Speed/Torque Mod, 3-18
Standard Control Option, 3-3
Start At PowerUp, 3-30, C-36
Start At PowerUp Alarm, 4-12
Start Inhibits, 3-39
Start Mask, 3-47
Start Owner, 3-48
Start/Acc Boost, 3-14
Start/Stop, Repeated, 1-13
Start-Up
Assisted, 2-3
Checklist, 2-1
S.M.A.R.T., 2-3
Static Discharge, ESD, P-3
Status 1 @ Fault, 3-41
Status 2 @ Fault, 3-41
Status LEDs, 4-2
Step x AccelTime, 3-68
Step x Batch, 3-70
Step x DecelTime, 3-69
Step x Dwell, 3-70
Step x Next, 3-71
Step x Type, 3-67
Step x Value, 3-69
Step x Velocity, 3-68
Stop Mode x, 3-28
Stop Owner, 3-48
Stop/Brake Modes Group, 3-28
STS LED, 4-2
Supply Source, 1-2
SV Boost Filter, 3-11
SW OverCurrent Fault, 4-8
System Grounding, 1-4
T
TB Man Ref Cflct Alarm, 4-12
TB Man Ref Hi, 3-20
TB Man Ref Lo, 3-20
TB Man Ref Sel, 3-20
Terminal Block
Encoder, 1-18, 1-20
I/O, 1-18, 1-19
Power, 1-11
Wire Size
Encoder, 1-18
I/O, 1-18
Power, 1-10
Testpoint Codes and Functions, 4-16
Testpoint x Data, 3-42
Testpoint x Sel, 3-42
Torq Attributes Group, 3-10
Torq Prove Cflct Alarm, 4-12
Torq Prove Sts, 3-61
Torq Ref A Div, 3-13
TorqAlarm Action, 3-61
TorqAlarm Dwell, 3-61
TorqAlarm Level, 3-61
TorqAlrm Timeout, 3-61
TorqAlrm TO Act, 3-62
TorqLim SlewRate, 3-60
TorqProve Cnfg, 3-59
TorqProve Setup, 3-60
TorqPrv Spd Band Fault, 4-8
Torque Current, 3-7
Torque Proving, C-4
Torque Proving Group, 3-59
Torque Ref B Mult, 3-13
Torque Ref x Hi, 3-13
Torque Ref x Lo, 3-13
Torque Ref x Sel, 3-13
Torque Reference Source, 1-24
Torque Setpoint1, 3-14
Torque Setpoint2, 3-14
Total Gear Ratio, 3-62
Total Inertia, 3-26
Trim % Setpoint, 3-21
Trim Hi, 3-21
Trim In Select, 3-21
Trim Lo, 3-21
Trim Out Select, 3-21
Trnsistr OvrTemp Fault, 4-9
Troubleshooting, 4-1
U
Unbalanced/Ungrounded Supply, 1-3
UnderVoltage
Alarm, 4-12
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Fault, 4-9
Ungrounded Distribution Systems, 1-14
Units Traveled, 3-65
Unshielded Power Cables, 1-5
User Configurable Alarm, 4-1
User Sets, B-4
UserSet Chksum Fault, 4-9
Utility File, 3-33
V
Vel Override, 3-66
VHz Neg Slope Alarm, 4-12
Viewing and Changing Parameters, B-5
Voltage Class, 3-36
Voltage Tolerance, C-40
Volts per Hertz Group, 3-14
W
Wake Level, 3-32
Wake Time, 3-32
Waking Alarm, 4-12
Watts Loss
IP20 (NEMA Type 1) drives, A-4
IP54 (NEMA Type 12) drives, A-5
Web Sites, see WWW, World Wide Web
Wire
Control, 1-18
Signal, 1-17
Wiring, 1-1
Access Panel Removal, 1-7
Cable Entry Plate Removal, 1-7
Encoder, 1-20
Hardware Enable, 1-21
I/O, 1-17
Potentiometer, 1-22
Power, 1-5
Write Mask Cfg, 3-50
WWW, World Wide Web, P-1, P-2,
Back-2
Z
Zero SpdFloatTime, 3-60
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Number
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
61
62
63
64
66
67
69
70
71
72
79
80
81
82
83
84-86
87
88
90, 93
91, 94
92, 95
96
97
98
100
101-107
108
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
Parameter Name
Motor Type
Motor NP Volts
Motor NP FLA
Motor NP Hertz
Motor NP RPM
Motor NP Power
Mtr NP Pwr Units
Motor OL Hertz
Motor OL Factor
Motor Poles
Motor Cntl Sel
Maximum Voltage
Maximum Freq
Compensation
Flux Up Mode
Flux Up Time
SV Boost Filter
Autotune
IR Voltage Drop
Flux Current Ref
Ixo Voltage Drop
Autotune Torque
Inertia Autotune
Start/Acc Boost
Run Boost
Break Voltage
Break Frequency
Speed Units
Feedback Select
Minimum Speed
Maximum Speed
Overspeed Limit
Skip Frequency X
Skip Freq Band
Speed/Torque Mod
Speed Ref X Sel
Speed Ref X Hi
Speed Ref X Lo
TB Man Ref Sel
TB Man Ref Hi
TB Man Ref Lo
Jog Speed 1
Preset Speed X
Jog Speed 2
Trim % Setpoint
Trim In Select
Trim Out Select
Trim Hi
Trim Lo
Slip RPM @ FLA
Slip Comp Gain
PI Configuration
PI Control
PI Reference Sel
PI Setpoint
PI Feedback Sel
PI Integral Time
PI Prop Gain
PI Lower Limit
PI Upper Limit
Setting
Number
133
139
140, 141
142, 143
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155, 156
157
158
159
160
161, 162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
174
175
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
234, 236
238
240
241
259
Parameter Name
PI Preload
PI BW Filter
Accel Time X
Decel Time X
DB While Stopped
S Curve %
Current Lmt Sel
Current Lmt Val
Current Lmt Gain
Drive OL Mode
PWM Frequency
Droop RPM @ FLA
Regen Power Limit
Current Rate Limit
Stop Mode X
DC Brk Lvl Sel
DC Brake Level
DC Brake Time
Bus Reg Ki
Bus Reg Mode X
DB Resistor Type
Bus Reg Kp
Bus Reg Kd
Flux Braking
Powerup Delay
Start At PowerUp
Flying Start En
Flying StartGain
Auto Rstrt Tries
Auto Rstrt Delay
Gnd Warn Level
Sleep-Wake Mode
Sleep-Wake Ref
Wake Level
Wake Time
Sleep Level
Sleep Time
Power Loss Mode
Power Loss Time
Power Loss Level
Load Loss Level
Load Loss Time
Shear Pin Time
Direction Mode
Save HIM Ref
Man Ref Preload
Save MOP Ref
MOP Rate
Param Access Lvl
Reset To Defalts
Load Frm Usr Set
Save To User Set
Reset Meters
Language
Voltage Class
Testpoint X Sel
Fault Config 1
Fault Clear
Fault Clear Mode
Alarm Config 1
Setting
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Number
261
270
274
276
277
278
279
280
281
282
283
284
285
298
299
300-307
310-317
320
321
322, 325
323, 326
324, 327
340
341
342, 345
343, 346
344, 347
354, 355
361-366
377, 378
379
380, 384, 388
381, 385, 389
382, 386, 390
383, 387, 391
412
413
416
419
420
422
423
427, 431
428, 432
429, 433
430
434
435
436
437
438
440
445
446
447
449
450
454
459
460
461
462
463
476-494
477-495
Parameter Record
Parameter Name
Alarm Clear
DPI Baud Rate
DPI Port Sel
Logic Mask
Start Mask
Jog Mask
Direction Mask
Reference Mask
Accel Mask
Decel Mask
Fault Clr Mask
MOP Mask
Local Mask
DPI Ref Select
DPI Fdbk Select
Data In XX
Data Out XX
Anlg In Config
Anlg In Sqr Root
Analog In X Hi
Analog In X Lo
Analog In X Loss
Anlg Out Config
Anlg Out Absolut
Analog OutX Sel
Analog OutX Hi
Analog OutX Lo
Anlg OutX Scale
Digital InX Sel
Anlg OutX Setpt
Dig Out Setpt
Digital OutX Sel
Dig OutX Level
Dig OutX OnTime
Dig OutX OffTime
Motor Fdbk Type
Encoder PPR
Fdbk Filter Sel
Notch Filter Freq
Notch Filter K
Pulse In Scale
Encoder Z Chan
Torque Ref X Sel
Torque Ref X Hi
Torque Ref X Lo
Torq Ref A Div
Torque Ref B Mult
Torque Setpoint
Pos Torque Limit
Neg Torque Limit
Torque Setpoint2
Control Status
Ki Speed Loop
Kp Speed Loop
Kf Speed Loop
Speed Desired BW
Total Inertia
Rev Speed Limit
PI Deriv Time
PI Reference Hi
PI Reference Lo
PI Feedback Hi
PI Feedback Lo
ScaleX In Value
ScaleX In Hi
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Number
478-496
479-497
480-498
596
597
598
600
601
602
603
604
605
606
607
608
609
610
611
632
633
634
635
636
637
638
639
640
641
642
643
644
645
647
648
650
651
652
653
654-660
661
663
669
670
671
672
675
676
677
705
707
708
711
713
714
718
719
720…
721…
722…
723…
724…
725…
726…
727…
Parameter Name
ScaleX In Lo
ScaleX Out Hi
ScaleX Out Lo
Write Mask Cfg
Write Mask Act
Logic Mask Act
TorqProve Cnfg
TorqProve Setup
Spd Dev Band
SpdBand Integrat
Brk Release Time
ZeroSpdFloatTime
Float Tolerance
Brk Set Time
TorqLim SlewRate
BrkSlip Count
Brk Alarm Travel
MicroPos Scale%
TorqAlarm Level
TorqAlarm Action
TorqAlarm Dwell
TorqAlrm Timeout
TorqAlrm TO Act
PCP Pump Sheave
Max Rod Torque
Min Rod Speed
Max Rod Speed
OilWell Pump Sel
Gearbox Rating
Gearbox Sheave
Gearbox Ratio
Motor Sheave
DB Resistor
Gearbox Limit
Adj Volt Phase
Adj Volt Select
Adj Volt Ref Hi
Adj Volt Ref Lo
Adj Volt Preset1-7
Min Adj Voltage
MOP Adj VoltRate
Adj Volt TrimSel
Adj Volt Trim Hi
Adj Volt Trim Lo
Adj Volt Trim %
Adj Volt AccTime
Adj Volt DecTime
Adj Volt S Curve
Pos/Spd Prof Cmd
Encoder Pos Tol
Counts Per Unit
Vel Override
Find Home Speed
Find Home Ramp
Pos Reg Filter
Pos Reg Gain
Step x Type
Step x Velocity
Step x AccelTime
Step x DecelTime
Step x Value
Step x Dwell
Step x Batch
Step x Next
Setting
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Publication 20B-UM002C-EN-P – January, 2008
P/N 349066-P03
Supersedes 20B-UM002B-EN-P – October 2005, 20B-DU008B-EN-P – September 2005 & 20B-DU009A-EN-P – February 2006
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