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Adjustable
Frequency AC
Drive
FRN 1.xx - 3.xx
User Manual
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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 the hazard
• 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 is a registered trademark of Rockwell Automation, Inc.
DriveExplorer, DriveExecutive, and SCANport are trademarks of Rockwell Automation, Inc.
PLC is a registered trademark of Rockwell Automation, Inc.
Summary of Changes
Manual Updates
The information below summarizes the changes to the PowerFlex 40P
User Manual since the June 2013 release.
Description of New or Updated Information
Replaced ISO 13849 with EN ISO 13849-1:2008+AC:2009
Certification for Australian C-Tick, CE Directives, and TUV updated.
See Page(s)
1-21, 3-11, and
A-3
1-29, 1-30, and
A-3
The information below summarizes the changes to the PowerFlex 40P
User Manual since the May 2007 release.
Description of New or Updated Information
Link to Rockwell Automation Literature Library under Reference
Materials has been fixed
Minimum Enclosure Volume column and new footnotes added.
Information on swapping encoder channels updated
Certification standard for DriveGuard Safe-Off Option updated to ISO
13849-1; Performance Level d (Safety Category 3)
USB Converter Module added to Drive Programming Tools
Parameters A164 and d310–d316 added to Parameter Organzation
Max value for Parameter A069 [Internal Freq] updated to 500.0 Hz
Cross-reference to parameters d310–d316 added to description for
Parameter A100 [Fault Clear]
Attention added to Parameters A140–A147 [Stp Logic x]
Max vaule for A150–A157 [Stp Logic Time x] increased to 6553.5 sec
Parameters A164 and d310–d316 added to Parameter
Cross-Reference – by Name
Drive, Fuse & Circuit Breaker Ratings topic updated.
Electronic Motor Overload Protection description updated.
Description of Option 1 for Parameter E222 [Positioning Mode] updated
See Page(s)
Preface-1
1-8, A-2
1-18 and F-2
1-21, 3-11 and
A-3
2-3
3-2
3-24
3-33
3-45
3-47
3-66
A-1
A-3, A-4
F-5
Parameter Updates
The following parameters have been added or updated with Firmware
Revision Number (FRN) 3.xx.
Parameter
Stp Logic Time
PID Invert Error
Fault 4 Code
Number
A150–A157
A164
d310
Description
Max value increased to 6553.5 sec
New Parameter
New Parameter
Page
3-47
3-48
3-64
soc-2
Parameter
Fault 5 Code
Fault 6 Code
Fault 7 Code
Fault 8 Code
Fault 9 Code
Fault 10 Code
Number
d311
d312
d313
d314
d315
d316
Description
New Parameter
New Parameter
New Parameter
New Parameter
New Parameter
New Parameter
Page
3-64
3-64
3-64
3-65
3-65
3-65
Table of Contents
Preface
Overview
Who Should Use this Manual? . . . . . . . . .
Reference Materials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Manual Conventions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Drive Frame Sizes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
General Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Catalog Number Explanation . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 1
P-1
P-1
P-2
P-2
P-3
P-4
Installation/Wiring
Opening the Cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
Mounting Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
Plate Drive Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
AC Supply Source Considerations . . . . . . 1-4
General Grounding Requirements . . . . . . 1-6
Fuses and Circuit Breakers . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-7
Power Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-9
Common Bus/Precharge Notes . . . . . . . . 1-13
I/O Wiring Recommendations . . . . . . . . 1-13
Start and Speed Reference Control . . . . . 1-27
EMC Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-29
Chapter 2
Start Up
Prepare For Drive Start-Up . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
Display/Fault Reset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3
Drive Programming Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3
Chapter 3
Programming and Parameters
About Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
Parameter Organization. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2
Basic Display Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-3
Basic Program Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-9
Advanced Program Group. . . . . . . . . . . . 3-15
Enhanced Program Group . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-49
Advanced Display Group . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-62
Parameter Cross Reference – by Name. . 3-66
Chapter 4
Troubleshooting
Drive Status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
Faults . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
Fault Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-3
Common Symptoms and Corrective Actions . .
4-6
Appendix A
Supplemental Drive Information
Drive, Fuse & Circuit Breaker Ratings . . . A-1
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-2
Appendix B
Accessories and Dimensions
Product Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-1
Product Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-7
2
Table of Contents
Appendix C
RS485 (DSI) Protocol
Network Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Parameter Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Supported Modbus Function Codes . . . . .
Writing (06) Logic Command Data. . . . . .
Writing (06) Reference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reading (03) Logic Status Data. . . . . . . . .
Reading (03) Feedback . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reading (03) Drive Error Codes . . . . . . . .
Reading (03) and Writing (06) Drive
Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Additional Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Appendix D
C-1
C-3
C-3
C-4
C-5
C-6
C-7
C-7
C-8
C-8
RJ45 DSI Splitter Cable
Connectivity Guidelines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D-1
DSI Cable Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D-2
Connecting One Temporary Peripheral . . . D-3
Connecting One Temporary Peripheral and
One Permanent Peripheral . . . . . . . . . . . D-3
Connecting Two Permanent Peripherals . . D-4
Connecting an RS-485 Network . . . . . . . . D-4
Appendix E
Velocity StepLogic™, Basic Logic and Timer/Counter Functions
Velocity StepLogic Using Timed Steps . . .
Velocity StepLogic Using Basic Logic
Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Timer Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Counter Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Appendix F
E-2
E-3
E-4
E-6
Encoder Usage and Position StepLogic Application
Encoder Usage. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-1
Wiring Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-2
Positioning Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-2
Common Guidelines for All Applications. F-3
Positioning Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-5
Homing Routine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-8
Encoder and Position Feedback. . . . . . . . . F-9
Use Over Communications . . . . . . . . . . . F-10
Setup Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-11
Appendix G
PID Set Up
PID Loop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . G-1
PID Reference and Feedback . . . . . . . . . . G-4
Analog PID Reference Signals . . . . . . . . . G-5
Appendix H
Plate Drive Installation Instructions
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H-1
General Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H-1
Heatsink Thermal Capacity . . . . . . . . . . . . H-2
Heatsink Surface and Flatness Requirements .
H-3
Mounting Dimensions and Requirements . H-4
Verification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H-4
Index
Preface
Overview
The purpose of this manual is to provide you with the basic information
needed to install, start-up and troubleshoot the PowerFlex 40P
Adjustable Frequency AC Drive.
For information on…
Who Should Use this Manual?
Reference Materials
Manual Conventions
Drive Frame Sizes
General Precautions
Catalog Number Explanation
See page…
P-1
P-1
P-2
P-2
P-3
P-4
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.
Reference Materials
The following manuals are recommended for general drive information:
Title
Wiring and Grounding
Guidelines for Pulse Width
Modulated (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
DriveGuard® Safe-Off Option
(Series B) for PowerFlex AC
Drives
Publication
Available Online at …
DRIVES-IN001…
DRIVES-TD001…
SGI-1.1
www.rockwellautomation.com/
literature
100-2.10
8000-4.5.2
PFLEX-UM003…
P-2
Overview
Manual Conventions
•
In this manual we refer to the PowerFlex 40P Adjustable Frequency
AC Drive as; drive, PowerFlex 40P or PowerFlex 40P Drive.
•
Parameter numbers and names are shown in this format:
P031 [Motor NP Volts]
Name
Number
Group
b = Basic Display Group
P = Basic Program Group
A = Advanced Program Group
E = Enhanced Program Group
d = Advanced Display Group
•
The following words are used throughout the manual to describe an
action:
Word
Can
Cannot
May
Must
Shall
Should
Should Not
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
Drive Frame Sizes
Similar PowerFlex 40P 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 sizes is provided in
Appendix B.
Overview
P-3
General Precautions
!
ATTENTION: The drive contains high voltage capacitors which take
time to discharge after removal of mains supply. Before working on
drive, ensure isolation of mains supply from line inputs [R, S, T (L1,
L2, L3)]. Wait three minutes for capacitors to discharge to safe voltage
levels. Failure to do so may result in personal injury or death.
Darkened display LEDs is not an indication that capacitors have
discharged to safe voltage levels.
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: 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: The bus regulator function is extremely useful for
preventing nuisance overvoltage faults resulting from aggressive
decelerations, overhauling loads, and eccentric loads. However, it can
also cause either of the following two conditions to occur.
1. Fast positive changes in input voltage or imbalanced input voltages
can cause uncommanded positive speed changes;
2. Actual deceleration times can be longer than commanded
deceleration times
However, a “Stall Fault” is generated if the drive remains in this state
for 1 minute. If this condition is unacceptable, the bus regulator must be
disabled (see parameter A117). In addition, installing a properly sized
dynamic brake resistor will provide equal or better performance in most
cases.
ATTENTION: Risk of injury or equipment damage exists. Drive does
not contain user-serviceable components. Do not disassemble drive
chassis.
P-4
Overview
Catalog Number Explanation
1-3
4
5
6-8
22D -
B
2P3
Drive
Dash Voltage Rating Rating
9
10
11
12
N
1
0
4
Enclosure HIM Emission Class Version
Voltage
240V AC
480V AC
600V AC
AA
Optional
Code Version
4
Standard
Code
22D PowerFlex 40P
Code
B
D
E
13-14
Code EMC Filter
0
Not Filter
Ph.
3
3
3
Code HIM Version
1
Display/Fault Reset Only
2
Display/Fault Reset Only (Plate Drive)
Code Purpose
AA Reserved for
thru custom firmware
ZZ
Code
N
F
H
Enclosure
Panel Mount - IP 20 (NEMA Type Open)
Flange Mount - IP 20 (NEMA Type Open)
Plate Drive - IP 20 (NEMA Type Open)
Output Current @ 200-240V Input
Output Current @ 380-480V Input
Output Current @ 460-600V Input
Code
2P3
5P0
8P0
012
017
024
033
Code
1P4
2P3
4P0
6P0
010
012
017
024
Code
1P7
3P0
4P2
6P6
9P9
012
019
Amps
2.3
5.0
8.0
12
17.5
24
33
kW (HP)
0.4 (0.5)
0.75 (1.0)
1.5 (2.0)
2.2 (3.0)
3.7 (5.0)
5.5 (7.5)
7.5 (10)
Amps
1.4
2.3
4.0
6.0
10.5
12
17
24
kW (HP)
0.4 (0.5)
0.75 (1.0)
1.5 (2.0)
2.2 (3.0)
4.0 (5.0)
5.5 (7.5)
7.5 (10)
11 (15)
Amps
1.7
3.0
4.2
6.6
9.9
12
19
kW (HP)
0.75 (1.0)
1.5 (2.0)
2.2 (3.0)
4.0 (5.0)
5.5 (7.5)
7.5 (10)
11 (15)
Additional accessories, options and adapters are available. See Appendix B for details.
Chapter 1
Installation/Wiring
This chapter provides information on mounting and wiring the
PowerFlex 40P Drive.
For information on…
Opening the Cover
Mounting Considerations
AC Supply Source Considerations
See page
1-1
1-2
1-4
General Grounding Requirements 1-6
For information on…
Fuses and Circuit Breakers
Power Wiring
I/O Wiring
Recommendations
EMC Instructions
See page
1-7
1-9
1-13
1-29
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. Rockwell Automation, Inc. 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
1. Press and hold in the tabs on each side of the cover.
2. Pull the cover out and up to release.
1-2
Installation/Wiring
Mounting Considerations
•
Mount the drive upright on a flat, vertical and level surface.
Frame
B
C
•
•
•
Screw Size
M4 (#8-32)
M5 (#10-24)
Screw Torque
1.56-1.96 N-m (14-17 lb.-in.)
2.45-2.94 N-m (22-26 lb.-in.)
DIN Rail
35 mm
–
Protect the cooling fan by avoiding dust or metallic particles.
Do not expose to a corrosive atmosphere.
Protect from moisture and direct sunlight.
Minimum Mounting Clearances
Refer to Appendix B for mounting dimensions.
120 mm
(4.7 in.)
120 mm
(4.7 in.)
25 mm
(1.0 in.)
RUN
REV
FAULT
RUN
REV
FAULT
Closest object that
may restrict air flow
through the drive heat
sink and chassis
RUN
REV
FAULT
120 mm
(4.7 in.)
RUN
REV
FAULT
120 mm
(4.7 in.)
Mounting Option A
No clearance required
between drives.
Mounting Option B
Ambient Operating Temperatures
Table 1.A Enclosure and Clearance Requirements
Ambient Temperature
Minimum
-10°C (14°F)
Enclosure Rating
40°C (104°F)
IP 20/Open Type
IP 30/NEMA 1/UL Type 1
50°C (122°F) IP 20/Open Type
(1)
Minimum Mounting
Clearances
Maximum
Use Mounting Option A
(1)
Use Mounting Option B
Use Mounting Option B
Rating requires installation of the PowerFlex 40P IP 30/NEMA 1/UL Type 1 option kit.
Installation/Wiring
1-3
Debris Protection
A plastic top panel is included with the drive. Install the panel to prevent
debris from falling through the vents of the drive housing during
installation. Remove the panel for IP 20/Open Type applications.
Storage
•
•
•
Store within an ambient temperature range of -40° to +85°C.
Store within a relative humidity range of 0% to 95%,
non-condensing.
Do not expose to a corrosive atmosphere.
Plate Drive Installation
For Plate drive installation instructions, refer to Appendix H.
1-4
Installation/Wiring
AC Supply Source Considerations
Ungrounded Distribution Systems
!
ATTENTION: PowerFlex 40P drives contain protective MOVs that
are referenced to ground. These devices must be disconnected if the
drive is installed on an ungrounded or resistive grounded distribution
system.
Disconnecting MOVs
To prevent drive damage, the MOVs connected to ground shall be
disconnected if the drive is installed on an ungrounded distribution
system where the line-to-ground voltages on any phase could exceed
125% of the nominal line-to-line voltage. To disconnect these devices,
remove the jumper shown in the Figures 1.1 and 1.2.
1. Turn the screw counterclockwise to loosen.
2. Pull the jumper completely out of the drive chassis.
3. Tighten the screw to keep it in place.
Figure 1.1 Jumper Location (Typical)
Important:
Tighten screw after
jumper removal.
Figure 1.2 Phase to Ground MOV Removal
R/L1
Three-Phase
AC Input S/L2
T/L3
Jumper
1
2
3
4
Installation/Wiring
1-5
Input Power Conditioning
The drive is suitable for direct connection to input power within the rated
voltage of the drive (see Appendix A). Listed in Table 1.B are certain
input power conditions which may cause component damage or
reduction in product life. If any of the conditions exist, as described in
Table 1.B, install one of the devices listed under the heading Corrective
Action on the line side of the drive.
Important: Only one device per branch circuit is required. It should be
mounted closest to the branch and sized to handle the total
current of the branch circuit.
Table 1.B Input Power Conditions
Input Power Condition
Corrective Action
Low Line Impedance (less than 1% line reactance) • Install Line Reactor(2)
• or Isolation Transformer
Greater than 120 kVA supply transformer
• or Bus Inductor – 5.5 & 11 kW
(7.5 & 15 HP) drives only
Line has power factor correction capacitors
Line has frequent power interruptions
• Install Line Reactor
• or Isolation Transformer
Line has intermittent noise spikes in excess of
6000V (lightning)
Phase to ground voltage exceeds 125% of normal
line to line voltage
Ungrounded distribution system
240V open delta configuration (stinger leg)(1)
(1)
(2)
• Remove MOV jumper to ground.
• or Install Isolation Transformer
with grounded secondary if
necessary.
• Install Line Reactor
For drives applied on an open delta with a middle phase grounded neutral system, the
phase opposite the phase that is tapped in the middle to the neutral or earth is
referred to as the “stinger leg,” “high leg,” “red leg,” etc. This leg should be identified
throughout the system with red or orange tape on the wire at each connection point.
The stinger leg should be connected to the center Phase B on the reactor. Refer to
Table B.D for specific line reactor part numbers.
Refer to Appendix B for accessory ordering information.
1-6
Installation/Wiring
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.
Figure 1.3 Typical Grounding
RUN
REV
FAULT
R/L1
S/L2
T/L3
U/T1
V/T2
W/T3
SHLD
Ground Fault Monitoring
If a system ground fault monitor (RCD) is to be used, only Type B
(adjustable) devices should be used to avoid nuisance tripping.
Safety Ground -
(PE)
This is the safety ground for the drive that is required by code. One of
these points must be connected to adjacent building steel (girder, joist), a
floor ground rod or bus bar. Grounding points must comply with national
and local industrial safety regulations and/or electrical codes.
Motor Ground
The motor ground must be connected to one of the ground terminals on
the drive.
Shield Termination - SHLD
Either of the safety ground terminals located on the power terminal
block provides a grounding point for the motor cable shield. The motor
cable shield connected to one of these terminals (drive end) should also
be connected to the motor frame (motor end). Use a shield terminating or
EMI clamp to connect the shield to the safety ground terminal. The
conduit box option may be used with a cable clamp for a grounding point
for the cable shield.
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.
Installation/Wiring
1-7
RFI Filter Grounding
Using an external filter with any drive rating, 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.
Fuses and Circuit Breakers
The PowerFlex 40P does not provide branch short circuit protection.
This product should be installed with either input fuses or an input
circuit breaker. National and local industrial safety regulations and/or
electrical codes may determine additional requirements for these
installations.
Fusing
The ratings in the table that follows are the recommended values for use
with each drive rating. The devices listed in this table are provided to
serve as a guide.
Bulletin 140M (Self-Protected Combination Controller)/UL489
Circuit Breakers
When using Bulletin 140M or UL489 rated circuit breakers, the
guidelines listed below must be followed in order to meet the NEC
requirements for branch circuit protection.
•
•
Bulletin 140M can be used in single and group motor applications.
Bulletin 140M can be used up stream from the drive without the
need for fuses.
1-8
Installation/Wiring
Table 1.C Recommended Branch Circuit Protective Devices
Voltage
Rating
Drive Rating
kW (HP)
Fuse Rating(1) 140M Motor
Recommended Min. Enclosure
Amps
Protectors(2) (3) MCS Contactors Volume(4)
Inches3
Catalog No.
Catalog No.
240V AC –
3-Phase
0.4 (0.5)
0.75 (1.0)
1.5 (2.0)
2.2 (3.0)
3.7 (5.0)
5.5 (7.5)
7.5 (10.0)
6
10
15
25
30
40
60
140M-C2E-B40
140M-C2E-C10
140M-C2E-C16
140M-C2E-C16
140M-F8E-C25
140M-F8E-C32
140M-G8E-C45
100-C07
100-C09
100-C12
100-C23
100-C23
100-C37
100-C60
1655
1655
1655
1655
1655
2069
2069
480V AC –
3-Phase
0.4 (0.5)
0.75 (1.0)
1.5 (2.0)
2.2 (3.0)
4.0 (5.0)
5.5 (7.5)
7.5 (10.0)
11 (15)
3
6
10
15
20
25
30
50
140M-C2E-B25
140M-C2E-B40
140M-C2E-B63
140M-C2E-C10
140M-C2E-C16
140M-D8E-C20
140M-D8E-C20
140M-F8E-C32
100-C07
100-C07
100-C09
100-C09
100-C23
100-C23
100-C23
100-C43
1655
1655
1655
1655
1655
2069
2069
2069
600V AC –
3-Phase
0.75 (1.0)
1.5 (2.0)
2.2 (3.0)
4.0 (5.0)
5.5 (7.5)
7.5 (10.0)
11 (15)
6
6
10
15
20
25
40
140M-C2E-B25
140M-C2E-B40
140M-D8E-B63
140M-D8E-C10
140M-D8E-C16
140M-D8E-C16
140M-F8E-C25
100-C09
100-C09
100-C09
100-C09
100-C16
100-C23
100-C30
1655
1655
1655
1655
2069
2069
2069
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Recommended Fuse Type: UL Class J, CC, T or Type BS88; 600V (550V) or equivalent.
The AIC ratings of the Bulletin 140M Motor Protector Circuit Breakers may vary. See Bulletin 140M
Motor Protection Circuit Breakers Application Ratings.
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, corner
ground, or high-resistance ground systems.
When using a Manual Self-Protected (Type E) Combination Motor Controller, the drive must be
installed in a ventilated or non-ventilated enclosure with the minimum volume specified in this
column. Application specific thermal considerations may require a larger enclosure.
Installation/Wiring
1-9
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.
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” power leads.
Motor 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 15 mils (0.4 mm/0.015 in.). Do not route more than
three sets of motor leads in a single conduit to minimize “cross talk”. If
more than three drive/motor connections per conduit are required,
shielded cable must be used.
UL installations in 50°C ambient must use 600V, 75°C or 90°C wire.
UL installations in 40°C ambient should use 600V, 75°C or 90°C wire.
Use copper wire only. Wire gauge requirements and recommendations
are based on 75 degree 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
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.
1-10
Installation/Wiring
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,” publication
DRIVES-IN001A-EN-P.
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 twist 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.
Recommended Shielded Wire
Location
Rating/Type
Standard
(Option 1)
600V, 90°C (194°F) • Four tinned copper conductors with XLPE insulation.
XHHW2/RHW-2
• Copper braid/aluminum foil combination shield and tinned
Anixter
copper drain wire.
B209500-B209507,
• PVC jacket.
Belden 29501-29507,
or equivalent
Description
Standard
(Option 2)
Tray rated 600V, 90°C • Three tinned copper conductors with XLPE insulation.
(194°F) RHH/RHW-2 • 5 mil single helical copper tape (25% overlap min.) with three
Anixter OLF-7xxxxx or bare copper grounds in contact with shield.
equivalent
• PVC jacket.
Class I & II; Tray rated 600V, 90°C • Three bare copper conductors with XLPE insulation and
impervious corrugated continuously welded aluminum armor.
Division I & II (194°F) RHH/RHW-2
Anixter 7V-7xxxx-3G • Black sunlight resistant PVC jacket overall.
or equivalent
• Three copper grounds on #10 AWG and smaller.
Installation/Wiring
1-11
Reflected Wave Protection
The drive should be installed as close to the motor as possible.
Installations with long motor cables may require the addition of external
devices to limit voltage reflections at the motor (reflected wave
phenomena). See Table 1.D for recommendations.
The reflected wave data applies to all frequencies 2 to 16 kHz.
For 240V ratings, reflected wave effects do not need to be considered.
Table 1.D Maximum Cable Length Recommendations
Reflected Wave
380-480V Ratings
(1)
Motor Insulation Rating
Motor Cable Only(1)
1000 Vp-p
15 meters (49 feet)
1200 Vp-p
40 meters (131 feet)
1600 Vp-p
170 meters (558 feet)
Longer cable lengths can be achieved by installing devices on the output of the drive.
Consult factory for recommendations.
Output Disconnect
The drive is intended to be commanded by control input signals that will
start and stop the motor. A device that routinely disconnects then
reapplies output power to the motor for the purpose of starting and
stopping the motor should not be used. If it is necessary to disconnect
power to the motor with the drive outputting power, an auxiliary contact
should be used to simultaneously disable drive control run commands.
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Installation/Wiring
Power Terminal Block
The power terminal block is covered by a finger guard. To remove:
1. Press in and hold the locking tab.
2. Slide finger guard down and out.
Replace the finger guard when wiring is complete.
Figure 1.4 Power Terminal Block (Typical)
B Frame
C Frame
R/L1 S/L2 T/L3 U/T1 V/T2 W/T3
R/L1 S/L2 T/L3 U/T1 V/T2 W/T3
DC- DC+ BR+ BR-
Terminal(1)
R/L1, S/L2
R/L1, S/L2, T/L3
U/T1
V/T2
W/T3
P2, P1
DC+, DCBR+, BR(1)
(2)
P2
P1
DC- DC+ BR+ BR-
Description
1-Phase Input(2)
3-Phase Input
To Motor U/T1
Switch any two motor
leads to change
To Motor V/T2
=
forward direction.
To Motor W/T3
DC Bus Inductor Connection (C Frame drives only.)
The C Frame drive is shipped with a jumper between
Terminals P2 and P1. Remove this jumper only when a DC
Bus Inductor will be connected. Drive will not power up
without a jumper or inductor connected.
DC Bus Connection
Dynamic Brake Resistor Connection
Safety Ground - PE
Important: Terminal screws may become loose during shipment. Ensure that all
terminal screws are tightened to the recommended torque before applying power to
the drive.
Single-phase operation requires a 65% derate of drive rated current.
Table 1.E Power Terminal Block Specifications
Frame
B
C
(1)
Maximum Wire Size (1) Minimum Wire Size (1) Torque
1.3 mm2 (16 AWG)
1.7-2.2 N-m (16-19 lb.-in.)
5.3 mm2 (10 AWG)
2
1.3 mm2 (16 AWG)
2.9-3.7 N-m (26-33 lb.-in.)
8.4 mm (8 AWG)
Maximum/minimum sizes that the terminal block will accept - these are not
recommendations.
Installation/Wiring
1-13
Common Bus/Precharge Notes
If drives with internal precharge are used with a disconnect switch to the
common bus, then an auxiliary contact on the disconnect must be
connected to a digital input of the drive. The corresponding input
(parameter A051-A054) must be set to option 29, “Precharge Enable.”
This provides the proper precharge interlock, guarding against possible
damage to the drive when connected to a common DC bus.
I/O Wiring Recommendations
Motor Start/Stop 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 used, the input device must
not exceed one operation per minute or drive damage can occur.
ATTENTION: The drive start/stop 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. When the AC line is removed, there will be a loss of
any inherent regenerative braking effect that might be present - the
motor will coast to a stop. An auxiliary braking method may be
required.
Important points to remember about I/O wiring:
•
•
•
Always use copper 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 “Common” are not referenced to the
safety ground (PE) terminal and are designed to greatly
reduce common mode interference.
!
ATTENTION: Driving the 4-20mA analog input from a voltage
source could cause component damage. Verify proper configuration
prior to applying input signals.
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Installation/Wiring
Signal and Control Wire Types
Table 1.F Recommended Signal Wire
Belden Wire Type(s)(1)
(or equivalent)
Description
8760/9460
0.750 mm2 (18AWG), twisted
pair, 100% shield with drain (3)
Remote Pot
8770
0.750 mm2 (18AWG), 3
cond., shielded
Encoder/Pulse I/O 89730 (2)
0.196 mm2 (24AWG),
individually shielded pairs
Signal Type/
Where Used
Analog I/O & PTC
(1)
(2)
(3)
Min. Insulation
Rating
300V,
75-90° C
(167-194° F)
Stranded or solid wire.
9728 or 9730 are equivalent and may be used but may not fit in the drive wire channel.
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.
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
0.750 mm2 (18AWG), 3 (140 degrees F)
conductor, shielded.
Description
–
I/O Terminal Block
Table 1.H I/O Terminal Block Specifications
Frame
Maximum Wire Size (1) Minimum Wire Size (1) Torque
B&C
1.3 mm2 (16 AWG)
(1)
0.2 mm2 (24 AWG)
0.5-0.8 N-m (4.4-7 lb.-in.)
Maximum/minimum sizes that the terminal block will accept - these are not
recommendations.
Maximum Control Wire Recommendations
Do not exceed control wiring length of 30 meters (100 feet). Control
signal cable length is highly dependent on electrical environment and
installation practices. To improve noise immunity, the I/O terminal block
Common may be connected to ground terminal/protective earth. If using
the RS485 (DSI) port, I/O Terminal 19 should also be connected to
ground terminal/protective earth.
Installation/Wiring
1-15
Figure 1.5 Control Wiring Block Diagram
Enable Jumper
(6)
01
02
03
SNK
SRC
04
05
06
07
08
09
+24V
11
+10V
12
13
14
Relay N.O.
Relay Common
Relay N.C.
15
R1
0-10V
R2
0/4-20mA
16
17
R3
18
30V DC
50mA
Non-inductive
Typical
SRC Wiring
(1)(6)
Start/Run FWD
+/-10V
0-20mA
(2)
Direction/Run REV
(3)
Digital Common
Digital Input 1
Digital Input 2
Digital Input 3
Digital Input 4
Opto Common
+24V DC
+10V DC
0-10V (or ±10V) Input
(4)
Analog Common
Pot must be
1-10k ohm
2 Watt Min.
4-20mA Input
Analog Output
Common
Opto Output 1
Opto Output 2
RS485 Shield
(4)
10V
Voltage Range Select
ENBL
SNK
Enable
Jumper
(1)
125V AC
3.0A
0.5A
(6)
01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19
30V DC
3.0A
0.5A
(5)
24V
SRC
Resistive
Inductive
Typical
SNK Wiring
Analog Output Select
0-10V
R1 R2 R3
19
Stop
240V AC
3.0A
0.5A
See Control Wiring Block Diagram Notes on next page.
RS485
(DSI)
1
1-16
Installation/Wiring
Control Wiring Block Diagram Notes
(1)
Important: I/O Terminal 01 is always a coast to stop input except when P036 [Start
Source] is set to “3-Wire”, “2-W Lvl Sens” or “Momt FWD/REV” control. In three wire
control, I/O Terminal 01 is controlled by P037 [Stop Mode]. All other stop sources are
controlled by P037 [Stop Mode].
P036 [Start Source]
3-Wire
2-Wire
2-W Lvl Sens
2-W Hi Speed
RS485 Port
Momt FWD/REV
Stop
Per P037
Per P037
Per P037
Per P037
Per P037
Per P037
I/O Terminal 01 Stop
Per P037(6)
Coast
Per P037(6)
Coast
Coast
Per P037(6)
Important: The drive is shipped with a jumper installed between I/O Terminals 01 and
11. Remove this jumper when using I/O Terminal 01 as a stop or enable input.
(2)
Two wire control shown. For three wire control use a momentary input
on I/O
Terminal 02 to command a start. Use a maintained input
for I/O Terminal 03 to
change direction.
(3)
The function of I/O Terminal 03 is fully programmable. Program with E202 [Digital
Term 3].
(4)
Match the Voltage Range Select DIP Switch setting with the control scheme for proper
Uni-Polar or Bipolar analog input operation.
(5)
When using an opto output with an inductive load such as a relay, install a recovery
diode parallel to the relay as shown, to prevent damage to the output.
(6)
When the ENBL enable jumper is removed, I/O Terminal 01 will always act as a
hardware enable, causing a coast to stop without software interpretation.
Installation/Wiring
1-17
Table 1.I Control I/O Terminal Designations
No. Signal
Default
Description
Param.
R1
Relay N.O.
Fault
Normally open contact for output relay.
A055
R2
Relay Common
–
Common for output relay.
R3
Relay N.C.
Fault
Normally closed contact for output relay.
A055
Analog Output Select DIP 0-10V
Switch
Sets analog output to either voltage or current. Setting must match
A065 [Analog Out Sel].
Sink/Source DIP Switch
Source (SRC)
Inputs can be wired as Sink (SNK) or Source (SRC) via DIP Switch
setting.
Stop (1)
Coast
The factory installed jumper or a normally closed
input must be present for the drive to start.
02
Start/Run FWD
Not Active
03
Digital Term 3
Not Active
I/O Terminal 03 is fully programmable. Program with P036, P037
E202 [Digital Term 3]. To disable reverse operation, P036, P037,
see A095 [Reverse Disable].
A095, E202
04
Digital Common
–
For digital inputs. Electronically isolated with digital
inputs from analog I/O and opto outputs.
05
Digital Input 1
Preset Freq
Program with A051 [Digital In1 Sel].
A051
06
Digital Input 2
Preset Freq
Program with A052 [Digital In2 Sel].
A052
07
Digital Input 3
Local
Program with A053 [Digital In3 Sel].
A053
08
Digital Input 4
Jog Forward
Program with A054 [Digital In4 Sel].
A054
09
Opto Common
–
For opto-coupled outputs. Electronically isolated with
opto outputs from analog I/O and digital inputs.
11
+24V DC
–
Referenced to Digital Common.
Drive supplied power for digital inputs.
Maximum output current is 100mA.
12
+10V DC
–
Referenced to Analog Common.
Drive supplied power for 0-10V external
potentiometer.
Maximum output current is 15mA.
13
±10V In (2)
Not Active
For external 0-10V (unipolar) or ±10V (bipolar) input P038,
supply (input impedance = 100k ohm) or
A051-A054,
A123, A132
potentiometer wiper.
14
Analog Common
–
For 0-10V In or 4-20mA In. Electronically isolated
with analog inputs and outputs from digital I/O and
opto outputs.
15
4-20mA In (2)
Not Active
For external 4-20mA input supply
(input impedance = 250 ohm).
16
Analog Output
OutFreq 0-10
The default analog output is 0-10V. To covert to a
A065, A066
current value, change the Analog Output Select DIP
Switch to 0-20mA. Program with A065 [Analog Out
Sel]. Max analog value can be scaled with A066
[Analog Out High].
Maximum Load: 4-20mA = 525 ohm (10.5V)
0-10V = 1k ohm (10mA)
17
Opto Output 1
MotorRunning
Program with A058 [Opto Out1 Sel]
A058, A059,
A064
18
Opto Output 2
At Frequency
Program with A061 [Opto Out2 Sel]
A061, A062,
A064
19
RS485 (DSI) Shield –
01
(1)
(2)
P036 (1)
P038
P038,
A051-A054,
A132
Terminal should be connected to safety ground - PE
when using the RS485 (DSI) communications port.
See Footnotes (1) and (6) on page 1-16.
0-10V In and 4-20mA In are distinct input channels and may be connected simultaneously.
Inputs may be used independently for speed control or jointly when operating in PID mode.
1-18
Installation/Wiring
Encoder Interface
The PowerFlex 40P Encoder Interface can source 5 or12 volt power and
accept 5, 12 or 24 volt single ended or differential inputs.
+V Cm B- B A- A
12V
5V
➊
Table 1.J Terminal Description
No. Signal
+V
5V-12V Power (1)
Cm Power Return
B-
Encoder B (NOT)
B
Encoder B
A-
Encoder A (NOT)
A
Encoder A
➊
Output
(1)
Description
Internal power source 250 mA (isolated).
Quadrature B input.
Single channel, pulse train, or quadrature A input.
DIP switch selects 12 or 5 volt power supplied at terminals “+V”
and “Cm” for the encoder.
When using 12V Encoder power, 24V I/O power, maximum output current at I/O
Terminal 11 is 50 mA.
Important: A quadrature encoder provides rotor speed and direction.
Therefore, the encoder must be wired such that the forward
direction matches the motor forward direction. If the drive
is reading encoder speed but the position regulator or other
encoder function is not working properly, remove power to
the drive and swap the A and A (NOT) encoder channels or
swap any two motor leads. Drives using FRN 2.xx and
greater will fault when an encoder is incorrectly wired and
E216 [Motor Fdbk Type] is set to option 5 “Quad Check”.
Installation/Wiring
Figure 1.6 Sample Encoder Wiring
B
AA
I/O
Encoder
Power –
External
Power
Source
Encoder
Signal –
Differential,
Dual
Channel
B
A NOT
A
to SHLD
Figure 1.7 Encoder Wire Routing Options
IP20/Open Type
-EN
SK-U1-DCVR4
IP30/NEMA 1/UL Type 1
-EN
SK-U1-DCVR4
Connection Example
+
Common
I/O
Connection Example
Encoder
+12V DC
(250 mA)
+V
Power –
Cm
Internal Drive
Common
BPower
B
to SHLD
Internal (drive) AA
12V DC,
250mA
Encoder
to Power Supply
Common
Signal –
+V
Single-Ended, Cm
B NOT
Dual Channel B-
to
SHLD
External
Power
Supply
+V
Cm
BB
AA
to SHLD
B NOT
B
A NOT
A
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1-20
Installation/Wiring
Hardware Enable Circuitry
I/O Terminal 01 is always a stop input. The status of this input is
interpreted by drive software. If the application requires the drive to be
disabled without software interpretation, a hardware enable
configuration can be utilized. This is done by removing the ENBL
enable jumper and wiring the enable input to I/O Terminal 1 (see below).
1. Remove drive cover as
described on page 1-1.
2. Locate and remove the Enable
Jumper on the Main Control Board
(see diagram).
3. Wire Enable to I/O Terminal 1
(see Table 1.I). The drive will
always coast to a stop regardless of
the settings of P036 [Start Source]
and P037 [Stop Mode].
4. If I/O Terminal 01 is used as
hardware enable and 3-wire control
is needed, program one of the
digital inputs for the desired stop
mode.
Installation/Wiring
1-21
User Installed DriveGuard Safe-Off Option (Series B)
4
3
2
1
The DriveGuard Safe-Off Option (Series B) board, when used with
suitable safety components, provides protection according to EN ISO
13849-1:2008+AC:2009; Performance Level d (Safety Category 3) for
safe off and protection against restart. The PowerFlex safe off option is
just one safety control system. All components in the system must be
chosen and applied correctly to achieve the desired level of operator
safeguarding. Refer to the DriveGuard Safe-Off Option (Series B) User
Manual, publication PFLEX-UM003… for detailed installation
information.
!
ATTENTION: Hazard of injury exists due to electric shock. Only
install a Series B or greater DriveGuard Safe-Off Option in a PowerFlex
40P Drive.
Important: When using the DriveGuard Safe-Off Option (Series B)
with the drive in an IP30/NEMA 1/UL Type 1 installation,
only use low voltage Class 2 circuits.
Table 1.K Safe-Off Option Terminal Description
No. Signal
4
24V Common
3
+24V DC
2
Common - N.C.
1
Monitor - N.C.
Description
Connections for user supplied power to energize coil.
Normally closed contacts for monitoring relay status.
Maximum Resistive Load: 250V AC / 30V DC / 50 VA / 60 Watts
Maximum Inductive Load: 250V AC / 30V DC / 25 VA / 30 Watts
1-22
Installation/Wiring
I/O Wiring Examples
Input/Output
Potentiometer
1-10k Ohm Pot.
Recommended
(2 Watt minimum)
Connection Example
P038 [Speed Reference] = 2 “0-10V Input”
Analog Input
0 to +10V, 100k ohm
impedance
4-20 mA, 250 ohm
impedance
Unipolar (Current)
Bipolar
Unipolar (Voltage)
P038 [Speed Reference] P038 [Speed Reference] P038 [Speed Reference]
= 2 “0-10V Input” and
= 2 “0-10V Input”
= 3 “4-20mA Input”
A123 [10V Bipolar Enbl]
= 1 “Bi-Polar In”
12
13
14
-/+ 10V
Common
Analog Input, PTC
For Drive Fault
13
14
+
Common
13
14
Common
+
14
15
Wire the PTC and External Resistor (typically matched to the PTC Hot
Resistance) to I/O Terminals 12, 13, 14.
Wire R2/R3 Relay Output (SRC) to I/O Terminals 5 & 11.
A051 [Digital In1 Sel] = 3 “Aux Fault”
A055 [Relay Out Sel] = 10 “Above Anlg V”
A056 [Relay Out Level] = % Voltage Trip
R2
R3
Re
RPTC
11
12
13
14
%VTrip =
05
RPTC (hot)
RPTC (hot) + Re
× 100
Installation/Wiring
Input/Output
Connection Example
2 Wire SRC Control - Internal Supply (SRC)
Non-Reversing
11
P036 [Start Source] =
2, 3 or 4
Input must be active for
Stop-Run
the drive to run. When
input is opened, the
drive will stop as
specified by P037
[Stop Mode].
If desired, a User
Supplied 24V DC
power source can be
used. Refer to the
“External Supply
(SRC)” example.
2 Wire SNK Control - Internal Supply (SNK)
Non-Reversing
1-23
External Supply (SRC)
01
02
01
02
Stop-Run
04
+24V
Common
Each digital input draws 6 mA.
01
02
Stop-Run
04
2 Wire SRC Control - Internal Supply (SRC)
Run FWD/Run REV
11
P036 [Start Source] =
2, 3 or 4
Stop-Run
Input must be active for
Forward
the drive to run. When
input is opened, the
Stop-Run
drive will stop as
Reverse
specified by P037
[Stop Mode].
If both Run Forward
and Run Reverse
inputs are closed at the
same time, an
undetermined state
could occur.
2 Wire SNK Control - Internal Supply (SNK)
Run FWD/Run REV
Stop-Run
Forward
Stop-Run
Reverse
External Supply (SRC)
01
02
03
Stop-Run
Forward
01
02
03
04
Stop-Run
Reverse
+24V
Common
Each digital input draws 6 mA.
01
02
03
04
1-24
Installation/Wiring
Input/Output
Connection Example
3 Wire SRC Control - Internal Supply (SRC)
Non-Reversing
P036 [Start Source] = 1
Stop 11
A momentary input will
start the drive. A stop
Start
input to I/O Terminal 01
will stop the drive as
specified by P037
[Stop Mode].
External Supply (SRC)
Stop
01
02
Start
+24V
01
02
04
Common
Each digital input draws 6 mA.
3 Wire SNK Control - Internal Supply (SNK)
Non-Reversing
Stop
Start
3 Wire SRC Control - Internal Supply (SRC)
Reversing
P036 [Start Source] = 1
Stop 11
A momentary input will
start the drive. A stop
Start
input to I/O Terminal 01
will stop the drive as
Direction
specified by P037
[Stop Mode]. I/O
Terminal 03
determines direction.
01
02
03
04
External Supply (SRC)
Stop
01
02
03
01
02
03
04
Start
Direction
+24V
Common
Each digital input draws 6 mA.
3 Wire SNK Control - Internal Supply (SNK)
Reversing
Stop
Start
Direction
01
02
03
04
Installation/Wiring
Input/Output
Opto Output (1 & 2)
A058 [Opto Out1 Sel]
determines
Opto-Output 1 (I/O
Terminal 17) operation.
A061 [Opto Out2 Sel]
determines
Opto-Output 2 (I/O
Terminal 18) operation.
When using
Opto-Output with an
inductive load such as
a relay, install a
recovery diode parallel
to the relay as shown,
to prevent damage to
the output.
Analog Output
A065 [Analog Out Sel]
determines analog
output type and drive
conditions.
0-10V,
1k ohm minimum
0-20mA/4-20mA,
525 ohm maximum
1-25
Connection Example
Opto-Output 1
17
CR
+24V
09
Common
Each Opto-Output is rated
30V DC 50 mA (Non-inductive).
A065 [Analog Out Sel] = 0 through 14
The Analog Output Select DIP Switch must be set to match the analog output
signal mode set in A065 [Analog Out Sel].
Common
+
14
16
1-26
Installation/Wiring
Typical Multiple Drive Connection Examples
Input/Output
Connection Example
Multiple Digital
02
04
Input Connections
Customer Inputs can
be wired per
External Supply
(SRC).
Customer Inputs
02
04
02
04
Optional Ground Connection
When connecting a single input such as Run, Stop, Reverse or Preset Speeds to
multiple drives, it is important to connect I/O Terminal 04 common together for all
drives. If they are to be tied into another common (such as earth ground or
separate apparatus ground) only one point of the daisy chain of I/O Terminal 04
should be connected.
!
Multiple Analog
Connections
ATTENTION: I/O Common terminals should not be tied together
when using SNK (Internal Supply) mode. In SNK mode, if power is
removed from one drive, inadvertent operation of other drives that
share the same I/O Common connection may occur.
12 13 14
Remote Potentiometer
13 14
13 14
Optional Ground Connection
When connecting a single potentiometer to multiple drives it is important to
connect I/O Terminal 14 common together for all drives. I/O Terminal 14 common
and I/O Terminal 13 (potentiometer wiper) should be daisy-chained to each drive.
All drives must be powered up for the analog signal to be read correctly.
Installation/Wiring
1-27
Start and Speed Reference Control
The drive speed command can be obtained from a number of different sources. The source is
normally determined by P038 [Speed Reference]. However, when A051 - A054 [Digital Inx Sel] is
set to option 2, 4, 5, 6, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 and the digital input is active, or if A132 is not set to
option 0, the speed reference commanded by P038 [Speed Reference] will be overridden. See
the chart below for the override priority.
Jog Input
Enabled and Active:
A051, A052, A053
or A054 = 2, 11, 12
Yes
Drive Stopped
(Not Running)
Yes
Drive will Start and Run
at Jog Speed.
Direction comes from
I/O Terminal 03 Dir/Run REV
or
Jog Forward/Jog Reverse command
No
No
Comm Select Input
Enabled and Active:
[Digital Inx Sel] = 6
Yes
Start, Speed and Direction commands
come from RS485 (DSI) port.
No
0-10V Override
Enabled and Active:
[Digital Inx Sel] = 13
Speed commands come from
0-10V or -10-10V.
Yes
Start and Direction
follows P036 [Start Source]
or
Bi-Polar input when enabled.
No
4-20mA Override
Enabled and Active:
[Digital Inx Sel] = 14
Speed commands come from 4-20mA.
Yes
Start and Direction
follows P036 [Start Source].
No
P038 [Speed Reference]
= 4 or 5
Yes
Run as specified by
P038 [Speed Reference].
Start and Direction commands come
from P036 [Start Source].
All Results
No
Run as specified by
A071-A077 [Preset Freq 1-7].
A051/A052/A053
Preset Inputs Active
Yes
Start and Direction commands come
from P036 [Start Source].
No
PID Enabled:
A132 [PID Ref Sel]
≠0
Encoder Enabled
P038 = 8
or
A132 = 9
Yes
No change in control.
Run according to Priority Checklist.
No
Run as specified by
A132 [PID Ref Sel].
Yes
No
Run as specified by
P038 [Speed Reference].
Start and Direction commands come
from P036 [Start Source].
Start and Direction commands come
from P036 [Start Source].
Speed Commands as defined.
Encoder Type Selected:
A216 [Motor Fdbk Type]
≠0
No
No change in control.
Yes
Encoder provides trim.
No change in direction control.
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Installation/Wiring
Accel/Decel Selection
The Accel/Decel rate can be obtained by a variety of methods. The
default rate is determined by P039 [Accel Time 1] and P040 [Decel Time
1]. Alternative Accel/Decel rates can be made through digital inputs,
RS485 (DSI) communications and/or parameters. See the chart below
for the override priority.
Jog Input
Enabled and Active:
A051, A052, A053
or A054 = 2, 11,12
Yes
Drive Stopped
(Not Running)
Drive will Start and Run
at Jog Speed.
Yes
Drive will use A079 [Jog Accel/Decel]
Direction comes from
I/O Terminal 03 Dir/Run REV
No
No
RS485 (DSI) Port
Controls Speed
Yes
Either
P039 [Accel Time 1]/P040 [Decel Time 1]
or
A067 [Accel Time 2]/A068 [Decel Time 2]
can be selected when
RS485 (DSI) port is active.
No
Input is programmed
as "Accel 2 & Decel 2"
A051, A052, A053
or A054 = 1
Yes
P039 [Accel Time 1]/P040 [Decel Time 1]
or
A067 [Accel Time 2]/A068 [Decel Time 2]
is active when input is active.
No
Speed is controlled
by [Preset Freq x]
Yes
P039 [Accel Time 1]/P040 [Decel Time 1];
A067 [Accel Time 2]/A068 [Decel Time 2]
determined by the active
Preset Frequency.
See A070-A077 [Preset Freq 0-7]
No
Speed is controlled
by Stp Logic or
Pos Logic
Yes
No
P039 [Accel Time 1]/P040 [Decel Time 1]
are used.
Either
P039 [Accel Time 1]/P040 [Decel Time 1]
or
A067 [Accel Time 2]/A068 [Decel Time 2]
can be selected by:
Step Logic parameters A140-A147
or
Position Logic parameters E230-E245
Installation/Wiring
1-29
EMC Instructions
CE Conformity(1)
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 comply with
the EN standards listed below when installed according to the User
Manual.
CE Declarations of Conformity are available online at:
http://www.ab.com/certification/ce/docs.
Low Voltage Directive (2006/95/EC)
•
EN61800-5-1:2007 Electronic equipment for use in power
installations
EMC Directive (2004/108/EC)
•
EN61800-3:2004+A1:2012 Adjustable speed electrical power drive
systems Part 3: EMC product standard including specific test
methods.
General Notes
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
(1)
If the plastic top panel is removed, or the encoder cover is not intact,
or the optional conduit box is not installed, 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.
Conformity of the drive with CE EMC requirements does not
guarantee an entire machine installation complies with CE EMC
requirements. Many factors can influence total machine/installation
compliance.
If the DriveGuard Safe-Off Option (Series B) is installed, use only
low voltage Class 2 circuits.
When using the DriveGuard Safe-Off Option (Series B), the
installation must meet all the requirements listed in the DriveGuard
Safe-Off Option (Series B) User Manual, publication
PFLEX-UM003.
In CE installations, input power must be a Balanced Wye with Center
Ground configuration.
600 Volt class drives are not CE Certified.
1-30
Installation/Wiring
Essential Requirements for CE Compliance
Conditions 1-3 listed below must be satisfied for PowerFlex drives to
meet the requirements of EN61800-3:2004+A1:2012.
1. Grounding as described in Figure 1.8. Refer to page 1-7 for
additional grounding recommendations.
2. 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.
3. Allowable cable length in Table 1.L is not exceeded.
Table 1.L Allowable Cable Length
Filter Type
EN61800-3:2004+A1:2012
First Environment Restricted
Distribution or Second
Environment (2)
10 meters (33 feet)
External - S Type(1)
External - L Type(1) 100 meters (328 feet)
EN61800-3:2004+A1:2012
First Environment Unrestricted
Distribution (3)
1 meter (3 feet)
5 meters (16 feet)
(1) Refer to Appendix B for details on optional external filters.
(2)
Equivalent to EN55011 Class A.
(3) Equivalent to EN55011 Class B. To meet radiated emissions requirements for
EN61800-3:2004+A1:2012 First Environment Unrestricted Distribution when
communications is used, ferrite cores need to be added to the communication lines. The
recommended core is Fair-Rite part number 0446176451 or Erocore part number
FH29.7x13x25.9/FH1300 or an equivalent core. The communication line must be
wrapped a total of three times around the core. Two cores may be needed depending on
the thickness of the wire and the core chosen. Both recommended cores are split-type
and can be added to an existing installation.
Figure 1.8 Connections and Grounding
Shielded Enclosure(1)
IP 30/NEMA 1/UL Type 1
Option Kit
EMI Fittings and Metal Conduit
EMI Filter
L1
L2
L3
L1'
L2'
L3'
R/L1
S/L2
T/L3
Enclosure Ground Connection
U/T1
V/T2
W/T3
Shielded Motor Cable
Building Structure Steel
(1)
First Environment Unrestricted Distribution installations require a shielded enclosure.
Keep wire length as short as possible between the enclosure entry point and the EMI
filter.
Installation/Wiring
1-31
EN61000-3-2
•
•
0.75 kW (1 HP) 240V 3-Phase drives are suitable for installation on a
private low voltage power network. Installations on a public low
voltage power network may require additional external harmonic
mitigation.
Other drive ratings meet the current harmonic requirements of
EN61000-3-2 without additional external mitigation.
1-32
Notes:
Installation/Wiring
Chapter 2
Start Up
This chapter describes how to start up the PowerFlex 40P Drive. To
simplify drive setup, the most commonly programmed parameters are
organized in a single Basic Program Group.
Important: Read the General Precautions section before proceeding.
!
ATTENTION: Power must be applied to the drive to perform the
following start-up procedures. 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 All Power including user
supplied control voltages. User supplied voltages may exist even when
main AC power is not applied to the 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 any digital control power is 24 volts.
❏ 4. Verify that the Sink (SNK)/Source (SRC) Setup DIP Switch is set to
match your control wiring scheme. See Figure 1.5 on page 1-15 for
location.
Important: The default control scheme is Source (SRC). The Stop
terminal is jumpered to allow starting from comms. If the
control scheme is changed to Sink (SNK), the jumper must
be removed from I/O Terminals 01 and 11 and installed
between I/O Terminals 01 and 04.
❏ 5. Verify that the Stop input is present or the drive will not start.
Important: If I/O Terminal 01 is used as a stop input, the jumper
between I/O Terminals 01 and 11 must be removed.
2-2
Start Up
Applying Power to the Drive
❏ 6. Apply AC power and control voltages to the drive.
Start, Stop, Direction and Speed Control
Factory default parameter values allow the drive to be controlled from
comms. No programming is required to start, stop, change direction and
control speed directly from comms.
Important: To disable reverse operation, see A095 [Reverse Disable].
If a fault appears on power up, refer to Fault Descriptions on page 4-3
for an explanation of the fault code.
Variable Torque Fan/Pump Applications
For improved motor tuning performance when using a premium efficient
motor on a variable torque load, set A084 [Boost Select] to option 2
“35.0, VT”.
Start Up
2-3
Display/Fault Reset
Menu
Description
Basic Display Group (View Only)
Commonly viewed drive operating
conditions.
RUN
REV
FAULT
➋
➊
Advanced Display Group (View Only)
Consists of advanced drive operating
conditions.
Fault Designator
Consists of list of codes for specific fault
conditions. Displayed only when fault is
present.
No. LED
➊ Run Status
LED State
Steady Red
Flashing Red
Direction Status Steady Red
Flashing Red
Fault Status
No. Key
Flashing Red
Name
Up Arrow
➋
Description
Indicates drive is running.
Drive has been commanded to change direction.
Indicates drive is running in reverse direction.
Drive has been commanded to change direction and motor is
decelerating to zero.
Indicates drive is faulted.
Description
Scroll:
Press and release to scroll through user-selectable display
parameters. Refer to E201 [LED Display Opt] for options.
Reset:
Press and hold for three seconds to clear active fault.
Drive Programming Tools
For additional drive programming and control, a DSI remote HIM or PC
programming tools (DriveExplorer or DriveTools SP) should be used.
Description
Serial Converter Module
USB Converter Module
DriveExplorer Software(1)
DriveTools SP Software(1)
Remote Panel Mount, LCD Display
Remote Handheld, LCD Display
(1)
Requires a Serial or USB Converter Module.
Catalog Number
22-SCM-232
1203-USB
9306-4EXP02ENE
9303-4DTS01ENE
22-HIM-C2S
22-HIM-A3
2-4
Start Up
Notes:
Chapter 3
Programming and Parameters
Chapter 3 provides a complete listing and description of the PowerFlex
40P parameters. Parameters are programmed (viewed/edited) using
either a DSI Remote HIM or PC programming tools (DriveExplorer™ or
DriveTools SP™ software), a personal computer and a serial converter
module. Refer to Appendix B for catalog numbers.
For information on…
About Parameters
Parameter Organization
Basic Display Group
Basic Program Group
Advanced Program Group
Enhanced Program Group
Advanced Display Group
Parameter Cross Reference – by Name
See page…
3-1
3-2
3-3
3-9
3-15
3-49
3-62
3-66
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
ENUM parameters allow a selection from 2 or more items. Each item
is represented by a number.
•
Numeric Parameters
These parameters have a single numerical value (i.e. 0.1 Volts).
•
Bit Parameters
Bit parameters have four 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.
Some parameters are marked as follows.
= Stop drive before changing this parameter.
32
= 32 bit parameter. Parameters marked 32 bit will have two
parameter numbers when using RS485 communications and
programming software.
3-2
Programming and Parameters
Parameter Organization
Refer to page 3-66 for an alphabetical listing of parameters.
Basic Display Group
Output Voltage
DC Bus Voltage
Drive Status
Fault 1 Code
Fault 2 Code
Fault 3 Code
Process Display
Control Source
b004
b005
b006
b007
b008
b009
b010
b012
Contrl In Status
Dig In Status
Comm Status
Control SW Ver
Drive Type
Elapsed Run Time
Testpoint Data
Analog In 0-10V
b013
b014
b015
b016
b017
b018
b019
b020
Analog In 4-20mA
Output Power
Output Powr Fctr
Drive Temp
Counter Status
Timer Status
Stp Logic Status
Torque Current
b021
b022
b023
b024
b025
b026
b028
b029
Basic Program Group
Motor NP Volts
Motor NP Hertz
Motor OL Current
P031
P032
P033
Minimum Freq
Maximum Freq
Start Source
Stop Mode
Speed Reference
P034
P035
P036
P037
P038
Accel Time 1
Decel Time 1
Reset To Defalts
Voltage Class
Motor OL Ret
P039
P040
P041
P042
P043
Advanced Program Group
Jog Frequency
Jog Accel/Decel
DC Brake Time
DC Brake Level
DB Resistor Sel
S Curve %
Boost Select
Start Boost
Break Voltage
Break Frequency
Maximum Voltage
Current Limit 1
Motor OL Select
PWM Frequency
Auto Rstrt Tries
Auto Rstrt Delay
Start At PowerUp
Reverse Disable
Flying Start En
Compensation
SW Current Trip
Process Factor
Fault Clear
Program Lock
Testpoint Sel
Comm Data Rate
Comm Node Addr
Comm Loss Action
Comm Loss Time
Comm Format
Language
A078
A079
A080
A081
A082
A083
A084
A085
A086
A087
A088
A089
A090
A091
A092
A093
A094
A095
A096
A097
A098
A099
A100
A101
A102
A103
A104
A105
A106
A107
A108
Anlg Out Setpt
Anlg In 0-10V Lo
Anlg In 0-10V Hi
Anlg In4-20mA Lo
Anlg In4-20mA Hi
Slip Hertz @ FLA
Process Time Lo
Process Time Hi
Bus Reg Mode
Current Limit 2
Skip Frequency
Skip Freq Band
Stall Fault Time
Analog In Loss
10V Bipolar Enbl
Var PWM Disable
Torque Perf Mode
Motor NP FLA
Autotune
IR Voltage Drop
Flux Current Ref
PID Trim Hi
PID Trim Lo
PID Ref Sel
PID Feedback Sel
PID Prop Gain
PID Integ Time
PID Diff Rate
PID Setpoint
PID Deadband
PID Preload
A109
A110
A111
A112
A113
A114
A115
A116
A117
A118
A119
A120
A121
A122
A123
A124
A125
A126
A127
A128
A129
A130
A131
A132
A133
A134
A135
A136
A137
A138
A139
Stp Logic 0
Stp Logic 1
Stp Logic 2
Stp Logic 3
Stp Logic 4
Stp Logic 5
Stp Logic 6
Stp Logic 7
Stp Logic Time 0
Stp Logic Time 1
Stp Logic Time 2
Stp Logic Time 3
Stp Logic Time 4
Stp Logic Time 5
Stp Logic Time 6
Stp Logic Time 7
EM Brk Off Delay
EM Brk On Delay
MOP Reset Sel
DB Threshold
PID Invert Error
A140
A141
A142
A143
A144
A145
A146
A147
A150
A151
A152
A153
A154
A155
A156
A157
A160
A161
A162
A163
A164
Comm Write Mode
Power Loss Mode
Half Bus Enable
Max Traverse
Traverse Inc
Traverse Dec
P Jump
Sync Time
Speed Ratio
E207
E208
E209
E210
E211
E212
E213
E214
E215
Motor Fdbk Type
Motor NP Poles
Encoder PPR
Pulse In Scale
Ki Speed Loop
Kp Speed Loop
Positioning Mode
Find Home Freq
Find Home Dir
Encoder Pos Tol
Counts Per Unit
E216
E217
E218
E219
E220
E221
E222
E223
E224
E225
E226
Step Units 0
Step Units 1
Step Units 2
Step Units 3
Step Units 4
Step Units 5
Step Units 6
Step Units 7
Pos Reg Filter
Pos Reg Gain
Enh Control Word
Cmd Stat Select
E230
E232
E234
E236
E238
E240
E242
E244
E246
E247
E248
E249
Drive Status 2
Fibers Status
Slip Hz Meter
Speed Feedback
d301
d302
d303
d304
Encoder Speed
Units Traveled H
Units Traveled L
Fault 4 Code
Fault 5 Code
d306
d308
d309
d310
d311
Fault 6 Code
Fault 7 Code
Fault 8 Code
Fault 9 Code
Fault 10 Code
d312
d313
d314
d315
d316
Output Freq
Commanded Freq
Output Current
Digital In1 Sel
Digital In2 Sel
Digital In3 Sel
Digital In4 Sel
Relay Out Sel
Relay Out Level
Opto Out1 Sel
Opto Out1 Level
Opto Out2 Sel
Opto Out2 Level
Opto Out Logic
Analog Out Sel
Analog Out High
Accel Time 2
Decel Time 2
Internal Freq
Preset Freq 0
Preset Freq 1
Preset Freq 2
Preset Freq 3
Preset Freq 4
Preset Freq 5
Preset Freq 6
Preset Freq 7
b001
b002
b003
A051
A052
A053
A054
A055
A056
A058
A059
A061
A062
A064
A065
A066
A067
A068
A069
A070
A071
A072
A073
A074
A075
A076
A077
Enhanced Program Group
LED Display Opt
Digital Term 3
Accel Time 3
Decel Time 3
Accel Time 4
Decel Time 4
E201
E202
E203
E204
E205
E206
Advanced Display Group
Programming and Parameters
3-3
Basic Display Group
b001 [Output Freq]
Related Parameter(s): b002, b010, P034, P035, P038
Output frequency present at T1, T2 & T3 (U, V & W).
Values
Default:
Read Only
Min/Max:
0.00/P035 [Maximum Freq]
Display:
0.01 Hz
b002 [Commanded Freq]
Related Parameter(s): b001, b013, P034, P035, P038
Value of the active frequency command. Displays the commanded frequency even if the drive is not
running.
Important: The frequency command can come from a number of sources. Refer to Start and Speed
Reference Control on page 1-27 for details.
Values
Default:
Read Only
Min/Max:
0.00/P035 [Maximum Freq]
Display:
0.01 Hz
b003 [Output Current]
The output current present at T1, T2 & T3 (U, V & W).
Values
Default:
Read Only
Min/Max:
0.00/(Drive Rated Amps × 2)
Display:
0.01 Amps
b004 [Output Voltage]
Related Parameter(s): P031, A084, A088
Output voltage present at terminals T1, T2 & T3 (U, V & W).
Values
Default:
Read Only
Min/Max:
0/Drive Rated Volts
Display:
1 VAC
b005 [DC Bus Voltage]
Present DC bus voltage level.
Values
Default:
Read Only
Min/Max:
Based on Drive Rating
Display:
1 VDC
3-4
Programming and Parameters
Basic Display Group (continued)
b006 [Drive Status]
Related Parameter(s): A095
Present operating condition of the drive.
Running
Forward
Accelerating
Decelerating
Values
1 = Condition True, 0 = Condition False
Bit 0
Bit 1
Bit 2
Bit 3
Default:
Read Only
Min/Max:
0/1
Display:
1
b007 [Fault 1 Code]
b008 [Fault 2 Code]
b009 [Fault 3 Code]
A code that represents a drive fault. The codes will appear in these parameters in the order they occur
(b007 [Fault 1 Code] = the most recent fault). Repetitive faults will only be recorded once.
Refer to Chapter 4 for fault code descriptions.
Values
Default:
Read Only
Min/Max:
F2/F122
Display:
F1
b010 [Process Display]
32
Related Parameter(s): b001, A099
32 bit parameter.
The output frequency scaled by A099 [Process Factor].
Output
Process
Process
Freq x Factor = Display
Values
Default:
Read Only
Min/Max:
0.00/9999
Display:
0.01 – 1
Programming and Parameters
3-5
Basic Display Group (continued)
b012 [Control Source]
Related Parameter(s): P036, P038, A051-A054
Displays the active source of the Start Command and Speed Command which are normally defined
by the settings of P036 [Start Source] and P038 [Speed Reference] but may be overridden by digital
inputs. Refer to the flowcharts on pages 1-27 and 1-28 for details.
Start Command
Digit 1
1 = Terminal Block
2 = Communications
9 = Jogging
Speed Command
Digit 3 & 2
01 = A069 [Internal Freq]
02 = 0-10V Input/Remote Potentiometer
03 = 4-20mA Input
04 = A070-A077 [Preset Freq x]
(A051 - A053 [Digital Inx Sel] must be set to 4)
05 = RS485 (DSI) Port
06 = StepLogic Control (Parameters A140 - A147)
07 = Analog Input Multiply
08 = PID Control
09 = Jogging
10 = Encoder or Pulse Train Reference
11 = Positioning Control
Reserved
Digit 4
Values
Default:
Read Only
Min/Max:
0/112
Display:
1
b013 [Contrl In Status]
Related Parameter(s): b002, P034, P035
Status of the control terminal block control inputs.
Important: Actual control commands may come from a source other than the control terminal block.
1 = Input Present, 0 = Input Not Present
Start / Run FWD Input (I/O Terminal 02)
Bit 0
Direction / Run REV Input (I/O Terminal 03)
Bit 1
Bit 2
Stop Input(1) (I/O Terminal 01)
Dynamic Brake Transistor On
Bit 3
(1)
The stop input must be present in order to start the drive.
When this bit is a 1 the drive can be started.
When this bit is a 0 the drive will stop.
Values
Default:
Read Only
Min/Max:
0/1
Display:
1
3-6
Programming and Parameters
Basic Display Group (continued)
b014 [Dig In Status]
Related Parameter(s): A051-A054
Status of the control terminal block digital inputs.
1 = Input Present, 0 = Input Not Present
Digital In1 Sel (I/O Terminal 05)
Bit 0
Digital In2 Sel (I/O Terminal 06)
Bit 1
Digital In3 Sel (I/O Terminal 07)
Bit 2
Digital In4 Sel (I/O Terminal 08)
Bit 3
Values
Default:
Read Only
Min/Max:
0/1
Display:
1
b015 [Comm Status]
Related Parameter(s): A103-A107
Status of the communications ports.
1 = Condition True, 0 = Condition False
Receiving Data
Bit 0
Transmitting Data
Bit 1
RS485 (DSI) Based Option Connected
Bit 2
(Allen-Bradley devices only.)
Communication Error Occurred
Bit 3
Values
Default:
Read Only
Min/Max:
0/1
Display:
1
b016 [Control SW Ver]
Main Control Board software version.
Values
Default:
Read Only
Min/Max:
1.00/99.99
Display:
0.01
b017 [Drive Type]
Used by Rockwell Automation field service personnel.
Values
Default:
Read Only
Min/Max:
1001/9999
Display:
1
Programming and Parameters
3-7
Basic Display Group (continued)
b018 [Elapsed Run Time]
Accumulated time drive is outputting power. Time is displayed in 10 hour increments.
Values
Default:
Read Only
Min/Max:
0/9999 Hrs
Display:
1 = 10 Hrs
b019 [Testpoint Data]
Related Parameter(s): A102
The present value of the function selected in A102 [Testpoint Sel].
Values
Default:
Read Only
Min/Max:
0/FFFF
Display:
1 Hex
b020 [Analog In 0-10V]
Related Parameter(s): A110, A111
The present value of the voltage at I/O Terminal 13 (100.0% = 10 volts).
Values
Default:
Read Only
Min/Max:
0.0/100.0%
Display:
0.1%
b021 [Analog In 4-20mA]
Related Parameter(s): A112, A113
The present value of the current at I/O Terminal 15 (0.0% = 4mA, 100.0% = 20mA).
Values
Default:
Read Only
Min/Max:
0.0/100.0%
Display:
0.1%
b022 [Output Power]
Output power present at T1, T2 & T3 (U, V & W).
Values
Default:
Read Only
Min/Max:
0.00/(Drive Rated Power × 2)
Display:
0.01 kW
b023 [Output Powr Fctr]
The angle in electrical degrees between motor voltage and motor current.
Values
Default:
Read Only
Min/Max:
0.0/180.0 deg
Display:
0.1 deg
3-8
Programming and Parameters
Basic Display Group (continued)
b024 [Drive Temp]
Present operating temperature of the drive power section.
Values
Default:
Read Only
Min/Max:
0/120 degC
Display:
1 degC
b025 [Counter Status]
The current value of the counter when counter is enabled.
Values
Default:
Read only
Min/Max:
0/9999
Display:
1
b026 [Timer Status]
32
32 bit parameter.
The current value of the timer when timer is enabled.
Values
Default:
Read Only
Min/Max:
0.0/9999 Secs
Display:
0.1 Secs
b028 [Stp Logic Status]
When P038 [Speed Reference] is set to 6 “Stp Logic” or 9 “Positioning”, this parameter will display the
current step of the Step Logic profile as defined by parameters A140-A147 [Stp Logic x].
Values
Default:
Read Only
Min/Max:
0/8
Display:
1
b029 [Torque Current]
The current value of the motor torque current.
Values
Default:
Read Only
Min/Max:
0.00/(Drive Rated Amps × 2)
Display:
0.01 Amps
Programming and Parameters
3-9
Basic Program Group
P031 [Motor NP Volts]
Related Parameter(s): b004, A084, A085, A086, A087
Stop drive before changing this parameter.
Set to the motor nameplate rated volts.
Values
Default:
Based on Drive Rating
Min/Max:
20/Drive Rated Volts
Display:
1 VAC
P032 [Motor NP Hertz]
Related Parameter(s): A084, A085, A086, A087, A090
Stop drive before changing this parameter.
Set to the motor nameplate rated frequency.
Values
Default:
60 Hz
Min/Max:
15/500 Hz
Display:
1 Hz
P033 [Motor OL Current]
Related Parameter(s): A055, A058, A061, A089, A090,
A098, A114, A118
Set to the maximum allowable motor current.
The drive will fault on an F7 Motor Overload if the value of this parameter is exceeded by 150% for 60
seconds.
Values
Default:
Based on Drive Rating
Min/Max:
0.0/(Drive Rated Amps × 2)
Display:
0.1 Amps
P034 [Minimum Freq]
Related Parameter(s): b001, b002, b013, P035, A085,
A086, A087, A110, A112
Sets the lowest frequency the drive will output continuously.
Values
Default:
0.00 Hz
Min/Max:
0.00/500.0 Hz
Display:
0.01 Hz
P035 [Maximum Freq]
Related Parameter(s): b001, b002, b013, P034, A065,
A078, A085, A086, A087, A111, A113
Stop drive before changing this parameter.
Sets the highest frequency the drive will output.
Values
Default:
60.00 Hz
Min/Max:
0.00/500.0 Hz
Display:
0.01 Hz
3-10
Programming and Parameters
Basic Program Group (continued)
P036 [Start Source]
Related Parameter(s): b012, P037
Stop drive before changing this parameter.
Sets the control scheme used to start the drive and controls the behavior of I/O Terminals 01, 02, and
03. However, I/O Terminal 03 is fully programmable via E202 [Digital Term 3].
Refer to Start and Speed Reference Control on page 1-27 for details about how other drive settings
can override the setting of this parameter.
Important: For all settings except option 3, the drive must receive a leading edge from the start input
for the drive to start after a stop input, loss of power or fault condition.
Important: I/O Terminal 01 is always a stop and must be active for the drive to run regardless of stop
source.
Options 1 “3-Wire”(1)
I/O Terminal 01 “Stop” = stop according to the value set in
P037 [Stop Mode].
I/O Terminal 03 “Direction”
2 “2-Wire”
I/O Terminal 01 “Stop” = coast to stop.
I/O Terminal 03 “Run REV”
3 “2-W Lvl Sens”
I/O Terminal 01 “Stop” = coast to stop. Drive will restart after a
“Stop” command when:
• Stop is removed
and
• Start is held active
I/O Terminal 03 “Run REV”
!
ATTENTION: Hazard of injury exists due to unintended operation. When
P036 [Start Source] is set to option 3, and the Run input is maintained, the
Run inputs do not need to be toggled after a Stop input for the drive to run
again. A Stop function is provided only when the Stop input is active (open).
4 “2-W Hi Speed”
Important: There is greater potential voltage on the output
terminals when using this option.
• Outputs are kept in a ready-to-run state. The drive will
respond to a “Start” command within 10 ms.
• I/O Terminal 01 “Stop” = coast to stop.
• I/O Terminal 03 “Run REV”
5 “Comm Port” (Default) • Remote communications. Refer to Appendix C for details.
• I/O Terminal 01 “Stop” = coast to stop.
6 “Momt FWD/REV”
(1)
• Drive will start after a momentary input from either the
Run FWD Input (I/O Terminal 02) or the Run REV Input (I/
O Terminal 03).
• I/O Terminal 01 “Stop” = stop according to the value set in
P037 [Stop Mode].
If I/O Terminal 01 is used as hardware enable and 3-wire control is needed, program one of the
digital inputs for the desired stop mode.
Programming and Parameters
3-11
Basic Program Group (continued)
P037 [Stop Mode]
Related Parameter(s): P036, A080, A081, A082, A105, A160
Active stop mode for all stop sources [e.g. run forward (I/O Terminal 02), run reverse (I/O Terminal 03),
RS485 port] except as noted below.
Important: I/O Terminal 01 is always a coast to stop input except when P036 [Start Source] is set for
“3-Wire” control. When in three wire control, I/O Terminal 01 is controlled by P037 [Stop Mode].
Hardware Enable Circuitry
By default, I/O Terminal 01 is a coast to stop input. The status of the 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 accomplished by removing the
ENBL enable jumper on the control board. In this case, I/O Terminal 01 will always cause the drive to
coast to a stop regardless of the settings of P036 [Start Source] and P037 [Stop Mode].
DriveGuard Safe-Off Option (Series B)
The addition of the DriveGuard Safe-Off Option (Series B) board, when used with suitable safety
components, provides protection according to EN ISO 13849-1:2008+AC:2009; Performance Level d
(Safety Category 3) for safe-off and protection against restart.
Options 0 “Ramp, CF”(1) (Default) Ramp to Stop. “Stop” command clears active fault.
1 “Coast, CF”(1)
Coast to Stop. “Stop” command clears active fault.
2 “DC Brake, CF”(1)
DC Injection Braking Stop. “Stop” command clears active
fault.
3 “DCBrkAuto,CF”(1)
DC Injection Braking Stop with Auto Shutoff.
• Standard DC Injection Braking for value set in A080 [DC
Brake Time].
OR
• Drive shuts off if the drive detects that the motor is
stopped.
“Stop” command clears active fault.
4 “Ramp”
Ramp to Stop.
5 “Coast”
Coast to Stop.
6 “DC Brake”
DC Injection Braking Stop.
7 “DC BrakeAuto”
DC Injection Braking Stop with Auto Shutoff.
• Standard DC Injection Braking for value set in A080 [DC
Brake Time].
OR
• Drive shuts off if current limit is exceeded.
(1)
8 “Ramp+EM B,CF”
Ramp to Stop with EM Brake Control. “Stop” Command
clears active fault.
9 “Ramp+EM Brk”
Ramp to Stop with EM Brake Control.
Stop input also clears active fault.
3-12
Programming and Parameters
Basic Program Group (continued)
P038 [Speed Reference] Related Parameter(s): b001, b002, b012, b020, b021, P039,P040,
A051-A054, A069, A070-A077, A110, A111,
A112, A113, A123, A132, A140-A147, A150-A157
Sets the source of the speed reference to the drive.
The drive speed command can be obtained from a number of different sources. The source is
normally determined by P038 [Speed Reference]. However, when A051 - A054 [Digital Inx Sel] is set
to option 2, 4, 5, 6, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 and the digital input is active, or if A132 [PID Ref Sel] is not set
to option 0, the speed reference commanded by P038 [Speed Reference] will be overridden. Refer to
the flowchart on page 1-27 for more information on speed reference control priority.
Options 1 “InternalFreq”
Internal frequency command from A069 [Internal Freq]. Must
be set when using MOP function.
2 “0-10V Input”
External frequency command from the 0-10V or ±10V analog
input or remote potentiometer.
3 “4-20mA Input”
External frequency command from the 4-20mA analog input.
4 “Preset Freq”
External frequency command as defined by A070 - A077
[Preset Freq x] when A051 - A054 [Digital Inx Sel] are
programmed as “Preset Frequencies” and the digital inputs
are active.
5 “Comm Port” (Default) External frequency command from the communications port.
Refer to Appendix C for details.
6 “Stp Logic”
External frequency command as defined by A070 - A077
[Preset Freq x] and A140 - A147 [Stp Logic x]. If Step
Logic-based positioning control is desired, select option 9
“Positioning” and adjust E222 [Positioning Mode].
7 “Anlg In Mult”
External frequency command as defined by the product of the
analog inputs (shown in b020 [Analog In 0-10V] and b021
[Analog In 4-20mA]).
[Analog In 0-10V] × [Analog In 4-20mA] = Speed Command
Example: 100% × 50% = 50%
8 “Encoder”
External frequency command directly from encoder or pulse
train input. Use E216 [Motor Fdbk Type] to select encoder
type.
9 “Positioning”
External position as defined by E222 and E230 - E245. Refer
to Appendix F for detailed information on positioning.
Programming and Parameters
3-13
Basic Program Group (continued)
P039 [Accel Time 1]
Related Parameter(s): P038, P040, A051-A054,
A067, A070-A077, A140-A147
Sets the rate of acceleration for all speed increases.
Maximum Freq
= Accel Rate
Accel Time
Values
Default:
10.0 Secs
Min/Max:
0.0/600.0 Secs
Display:
0.1 Secs
P035 [Maximum Freq]
Ac
cel
era
tion
tion
era
cel
De
Speed
0
P039, A067,
E203 or E205
0 [Accel Time x]
Time
P040, A068,
E204 or E206
[Decel Time x]
P040 [Decel Time 1]
Related Parameter(s): P038, P039, A051-A054,
A068, A070-A077, A140-A147
Sets the rate of deceleration for all speed decreases.
Maximum Freq
= Decel Rate
Decel Time
Values
Default:
10.0 Secs
Min/Max:
0.0/600.0 Secs
Display:
0.1 Secs
P035 [Maximum Freq]
Ac
cel
era
tion
tion
era
cel
De
Speed
0
P039, A067,
E203 or E205
0 [Accel Time x]
Time
P040, A068,
E204 or E206
[Decel Time x]
P041 [Reset To Defalts]
Stop drive before changing this parameter.
Resets all parameter values to factory defaults.
Options 0 “Ready/Idle” (Default)
1 “Factory Rset”
• After the reset function is complete, this parameter will set
itself back to “0”.
• Causes an F48 Params Defaulted fault.
3-14
Programming and Parameters
Basic Program Group (continued)
P042 [Voltage Class]
Stop drive before changing this parameter.
Sets the voltage class of 600V drives.
Options 2 “Low Voltage”
480V
3 “High Voltage” (Default) 600V
P043 [Motor OL Ret]
Related Parameter(s): P033
Enables/disables the Motor Overload Retention function. When Enabled, the value held in the motor
overload counter is saved at power-down and restored at power-up. A change to this parameter
setting resets the counter.
Options 0 “Disabled” (Default)
1 “Enabled”
Programming and Parameters
3-15
Advanced Program Group
A051 [Digital In1 Sel]
(I/O Terminal 05)
Related Parameter(s): b012, b014, P038, P039, P040,
A067, A068, A070-A077, A078, A079, A118, A140-A147
A052 [Digital In2 Sel]
(I/O Terminal 06)
A053 [Digital In3 Sel]
Stop drive before changing this parameter.
(I/O Terminal 07)
A054 [Digital In4 Sel]
(I/O Terminal 08)
Selects the function for the digital inputs. I/O Terminal 03 is fully programmable via E202 [Digital Term
3]. Refer to the flowchart on page 1-27 for more information on speed reference control priority.
Options 0 “Not Used”
1 “Acc/Dec Sel1”
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Terminal has no function but can be read over network
communications via b014 [Dig In Status].
If active, can determine which Accel/Decel time will be used
for all ramp rates except jog. Can be applied to one input
only. Refer to A067 [Accel Time 2] for details. Can be used
with option 28 “Acc/Dec Sel2” for additional Accel/Decel
times.
“Jog”
• When input is present, drive accelerates according to the
value set in A079 [Jog Accel/Decel] and ramps to the
value set in A078 [Jog Frequency].
• When input is removed, drive ramps to a stop according to
the value set in A079 [Jog Accel/Decel].
• A valid “Start” command will override this input.
“Aux Fault”
When enabled, an F2 Auxiliary Input fault will occur when the
input is removed.
“Preset Freq”
In Velocity mode (P038 ≠ 9) selects a preset frequency.
(A051 & A052 Default) Refer to A070 - A077 [Preset Freq x].
In Positioning mode (P038 = 9) selects a preset frequency
and position. Refer to E230 - E244 [Step Units x].
Important: Digital Inputs have priority for frequency and
position control when programmed as Preset Speed and are
active. Refer to the flowchart on page 1-27 for more
information on speed reference control priority.
“Reserved”
“Comm Port”
• When active, sets communications device as default start/
speed command source.
• Can only be tied to one input.
“Clear Fault”
When active, clears an active fault.
(A053 Default)
“RampStop,CF”
Causes drive to immediately ramp to a stop regardless of how
P037 [Stop Mode] is set.
“CoastStop,CF”
Causes drive to immediately coast to a stop regardless of
how P037 [Stop Mode] is set.
“DCInjStop,CF”
Causes drive to immediately begin a DC Injection stop
regardless of how P037 [Stop Mode] is set.
“Jog Forward”
Drive accelerates to A078 [Jog Frequency] according to A079
(A054 Default)
[Jog Accel/Decel] and ramps to stop when input becomes
inactive. A valid start will override this command.
3-16
Programming and Parameters
12 “Jog Reverse”
A051 A054
Options
(Cont.)
13 “10V In Ctrl”
14 “20mA In Ctrl”
15 “PID Disable”
16 “MOP Up”
17 “MOP Down”
18 “Timer Start”
19 “Counter In”
20
21
22
23
“Reset Timer”
“Reset Countr”
“Rset Tim&Cnt”
“Logic In1”
24 “Logic In2”
25 “Current Lmt2”
26 “Anlg Invert”
27 “EM Brk Rlse”
!
Drive accelerates to A078 [Jog Frequency] according to A079
[Jog Accel/Decel] and ramps to stop when input becomes
inactive. A valid start will override this command.
Selects 0-10V or ±10V control as the frequency reference.
Start source is not changed.
Selects 4-20mA control as the frequency reference. Start
source is not changed.
Disables PID function. Drive uses the next valid non-PID
speed reference.
Increases the value of A069 [Internal Freq] at a rate of 2 Hz
per second. Default for A069 is 60 Hz.
Decreases the value of A069 [Internal Freq] at a rate of 2 Hz
per second. Default for A069 is 60 Hz.
Clears and starts the timer function. May be used to control
the relay or opto outputs.
Starts the counter function. May be used to control the relay
or opto outputs.
Clears the active timer.
Clears the active counter.
Clears the active timer and counter.
Logic function input number 1. May be used to control the
relay or opto outputs (see parameters A055, A058, A061
Options 11-14). May be used in conjunction with Step Logic
parameters A140 - A147 [Stp Logic x]. Logically ORed with
E248 [Enh Control Word] bit 6 “Logic In 1”.
Logic function input number 2. May be used to control the
relay or opto outputs (see parameters A055, A058, A061
Options 11-14). May be used in conjunction with Step Logic
parameters A140 - A147 [Stp Logic x]. Logically ORed with
E248 [Enh Control Word] bit 7 “Logic In 2”.
When active, A118 [Current Limit 2] determines the drive
current limit level.
Inverts the scaling of the analog input levels set in
A110 [Anlg In 0-10V Lo] and A111 [Anlg In 0-10V Hi] or
A112 [Anlg In4-20mA Lo] and A113 [Anlg In4-20mA Hi].
If EM brake function is enabled, this input releases the brake.
Refer to A160 [EM Brk Off Delay] for additional information.
ATTENTION: If a hazard of injury due to movement of equipment or
material exists, an auxiliary mechanical braking device must be used.
28 “Acc/Dec Sel2”
If active, can determine which
Accel/Decel time will be used for
all ramp rates except jog. Can be
applied to one input only. Used
with option 1 “Acc/Dec Sel1” for
the Accel/Decel times listed in
this table.
Option
28 1
0 0
0 1
1 0
1 1
Description
Acc/Dec 1
Acc/Dec 2
Acc/Dec 3
Acc/Dec 4
Programming and Parameters
29 “Precharge En”
A051 A054
Options
(Cont.)
3-17
Forces drive into precharge state. Typically controlled by
auxiliary contact on the disconnect at the DC input to the
drive. If this input is assigned, it must be energized for the
pre-charge relay to close and for the drive to run. If it is
de-energized, the pre-charge relay will open and the drive will
coast to a stop.
30 “Inertia Dcel”
Forces drive into Inertia Ride-Through state. The drive will
attempt to regulate the DC bus at the current level.
31 “Sync Enable”
Must be used in order to hold the existing frequency when
Sync Time is set to enable speed synchronization. When this
input is released the drive will accelerate to the commanded
frequency in E214 [Sync Time].
32 “Traverse Dis”
When an input is programmed the traverse function will be
disabled while this input is active. Refer to E210 [Max
Traverse].
33 “Home Limit”
In Positioning mode, this indicates the drive is at the home
position. Refer to Appendix F for detailed information on
positioning.
34 “Find Home”
In Positioning mode this causes the drive to return to the
Home position when a start is issued. It does this by using the
[Find Home Freq] and [Find Home Direction] until the “Home
Limit” input is activated. If it passes this point, it then runs in
the reverse direction at 1/10th the frequency of [Find Home
Freq] until the “Home Limit” is activated again. As long as this
input is active, any start command will cause the drive to
enter the homing routing. Only functions if in Positioning
mode. Once the Find Home routine has finished, the drive will
stop. Refer to Appendix F for detailed information on
positioning.
35 “Hold Step”
In Positioning mode, this input over-rides other inputs and
causes the drive to remain at its current step (running at zero
speed once it reaches its position) until released. While in
“Hold”, the drive will ignore any input command which would
normally result in a move to a new step. Timers continue to
run. Therefore, when the Hold is removed, the drive must see
any required digital inputs transition (even if they already
transitioned during the hold), but it does not reset any timer.
Refer to Appendix F for detailed information on positioning.
36 “Pos Redefine”
In Positioning mode, this input resets the home position to the
current position of the machine. Refer to Appendix F for
detailed information on positioning.
3-18
Programming and Parameters
Advanced Program Group (continued)
A055 [Relay Out Sel]
Related Parameter(s): P033, A056, A092, A140-A147, A150-A157,
A160, A161
Sets the condition that changes the state of the output relay contacts.
Options 0 “Ready/Fault”
Relay changes state when power is applied. This indicates
that the drive is ready for operation. Relay returns drive to
(Default)
shelf state when power is removed or a fault occurs.
1 “At Frequency”
Drive reaches commanded frequency.
2 “MotorRunning”
Motor is receiving power from the drive.
3 “Reverse”
Drive is commanded to run in reverse direction.
4 “Motor Overld”
Motor overload condition exists.
5 “Ramp Reg”
Ramp regulator is modifying the programmed accel/decel
times to avoid an overcurrent or overvoltage fault from
occurring.
6 “Above Freq”
• Drive exceeds the frequency (Hz) value set in A056 [Relay
Out Level].
• Use A056 to set threshold.
• Drive exceeds the current (% Amps) value set in A056
[Relay Out Level].
• Use A056 to set threshold.
7 “Above Cur”
8 “Above DCVolt”
9 “Retries Exst”
10 “Above Anlg V”
11 “Logic In 1”
Important: Value for A056 [Relay Out Level] must be entered
in percent of drive rated output current.
• Drive exceeds the DC bus voltage value set in A056
[Relay Out Level].
• Use A056 to set threshold.
Value set in A092 [Auto Rstrt Tries] is exceeded.
• Analog input voltage (I/O Terminal 13) exceeds the value
set in A056 [Relay Out Level].
• Do not use if A123 [10V Bipolar Enbl] is set to 1 “Bi-Polar
In”.
• This parameter setting can also be used to indicate a PTC
trip point when the input (I/O Terminal 13) is wired to a
PTC and external resistor.
• Use A056 to set threshold.
An input is programmed as “Logic In 1” and is active.
12 “Logic In 2”
An input is programmed as “Logic In 2” and is active.
13 “Logic 1 & 2”
Both Logic inputs are programmed and active.
14 “Logic 1 or 2”
One or both Logic inputs are programmed and one or both is
active.
15 “StpLogic Out”
Drive enters Step Logic step with Digit 3 of Command Word
(A140 - A147) set to enable Step Logic output.
16 “Timer Out”
•
•
•
•
•
17 “Counter Out”
18 “Above PF Ang”
Timer has reached value set in A056 [Relay Out Level].
Use A056 to set threshold.
Counter has reached value set in A056 [Relay Out Level].
Use A056 to set threshold.
Power Factor angle has exceeded the value set in A056
[Relay Out Level].
• Use A056 to set threshold.
Programming and Parameters
A055
19 “Anlg In Loss”
Options
(Cont.)
20 “ParamControl”
21 “NonRec Fault”
22 “EM Brk Cntrl”
Analog input loss has occurred. Program A122 [Analog In
Loss] for desired action when input loss occurs.
Enables the output to be controlled over network
communications by writing to A056 [Relay Out Level].
(0 = Off, 1 = On.)
• Value set in A092 [Auto Rstrt Tries] is exceeded.
• A092 [Auto Rstrt Tries] in not enabled.
• A Non-resettable fault has occurred.
EM brake is energized. Program A160 [EM Brk Off Delay] and
A161 [EM Brk On Delay] for desired action.
23 “At Position”
The drive is in Positioning mode and has reached the
commanded position. Tolerance is adjusted with E225
[Encoder Pos Tol].
24 “At Home”
The drive is in Positioning mode and has reached the home
position. Tolerance is adjusted with E225 [Encoder Pos Tol].
25 “Safe-Off”
The DriveGuard Safe Off option is installed and both safe-off
inputs are active.
A056 [Relay Out Level]
32
3-19
Related Parameter(s): A055, A058, A061
32 bit parameter.
Sets the trip point for the digital output relay if the value of A055 [Relay Out Sel] is 6, 7, 8, 10, 16, 17,
18 or 20.
A055 Setting
6
7
8
10
16
17
18
20
Values
Default:
A056 Min/Max
0/500 Hz
0/180%
0/815 Volts
0/100%
0.1/9999 Secs
1/9999 Counts
1/180 degs
0/1
0.0
Min/Max:
0.0/9999
Display:
0.1
3-20
Programming and Parameters
Advanced Program Group (continued)
A058 [Opto Out1 Sel]
A061 [Opto Out2 Sel]
Related Parameter(s): P033, A056, A092, A140-A147, A150-A157
Determines the operation of the programmable opto outputs.
Options 0 “Ready/Fault”
Opto outputs are active when power is applied. This indicates
that the drive is ready for operation. Opto outputs are inactive
when power is removed or a fault occurs.
1 “At Frequency”
(A061 Default)
2 “MotorRunning”
(A058 Default)
3 “Reverse”
Drive reaches commanded frequency.
Motor is receiving power from the drive.
Drive is commanded to run in reverse direction.
4 “Motor Overld”
Motor overload condition exists.
5 “Ramp Reg”
Ramp regulator is modifying the programmed accel/decel
times to avoid an overcurrent or overvoltage fault from
occurring.
6 “Above Freq”
• Drive exceeds the frequency (Hz) value set in A059 or
A062 [Opto Outx Level].
• Use A059 or A062 to set threshold.
• Drive exceeds the current (% Amps) value set in A059 or
A062 [Opto Outx Level].
• Use A059 or A062 to set threshold.
7 “Above Cur”
8 “Above DCVolt”
9 “Retries Exst”
10 “Above Anlg V”
11 “Logic In 1”
Important: Value for A059 or A062 [Opto Outx Level] must be
entered in percent of drive rated output current.
• Drive exceeds the DC bus voltage value set in A059 or
A062 [Opto Outx Level].
• Use A059 or A062 to set threshold.
Value set in A092 [Auto Rstrt Tries] is exceeded.
• Analog input voltage (I/O Terminal 13) exceeds the value
set in A059 or A062 [Opto Outx Level].
• Do not use if A123 [10V Bipolar Enbl] is set to 1 “Bi-Polar
In”.
• This parameter setting can also be used to indicate a PTC
trip point when the input (I/O Terminal 13) is wired to a
PTC and external resistor.
• Use A059 or A062 to set threshold.
An input is programmed as “Logic In 1” and is active.
12 “Logic In 2”
An input is programmed as “Logic In 2” and is active.
13 “Logic 1 & 2”
Both Logic inputs are programmed and active.
14 “Logic 1 or 2”
One or both Logic inputs are programmed and one or both is
active.
15 “StpLogic Out”
Drive enters Step Logic step with Digit 3 of Command Word
(A140 - A147) set to enable Step Logic output.
16 “Timer Out”
• Timer has reached value set in A059 or A062 [Opto Outx
Level].
• Use A059 or A062 to set threshold.
• Counter has reached value set in A059 or A062 [Opto
Outx Level].
• Use A059 or A062 to set threshold.
17 “Counter Out”
Programming and Parameters
18 “Above PF Ang”
A058,
A061
Options
(Cont.)
19 “Anlg In Loss”
3-21
• Power Factor angle has exceeded the value set in A059 or
A062 [Opto Outx Level].
• Use A059 or A062 to set threshold.
Analog input loss has occurred. Program A122 [Analog In
Loss] for desired action when input loss occurs.
20 “ParamControl”
Enables the output to be controlled over network
communications by writing to A059 or A062 [Opto Outx
Level].
(0 = Off, 1 = On.)
21 “NonRec Fault”
• Value set in A092 [Auto Rstrt Tries] is exceeded.
• A092 [Auto Rstrt Tries] in not enabled.
• A Non-resettable fault has occurred.
EM brake is energized. Program A160 [EM Brk Off Delay] and
A161 [EM Brk On Delay] for desired action.
22 “EM Brk Cntrl”
23 “At Position”
The drive is in Positioning mode and has reached the
commanded position. Tolerance is adjusted with E225
[Encoder Pos Tol].
24 “At Home”
The drive is in Positioning mode and has reached the home
position. Tolerance is adjusted with E225 [Encoder Pos Tol].
25 “Safe-Off”
The DriveGuard Safe Off option is installed and both safe-off
inputs are active.
A059 [Opto Out1 Level]
A062 [Opto Out2 Level]
32
32 bit parameter.
Determines the on/off point for the opto outputs when A058 or A061 [Opto Outx Sel] is set to option 6,
7, 8, 10, 16, 17, 18 or 20.
A058 & A061 Setting
6
7
8
10
16
17
18
20
Values
A059 & A062 Min/Max
0/500 Hz
0/180%
0/815 Volts
0/100%
0.1/9999 Secs
1/9999 Counts
1/180 degs
0/1
Default:
0.0
Min/Max:
0.0/9999
Display:
0.1
3-22
Programming and Parameters
Advanced Program Group (continued)
A064 [Opto Out Logic]
Determines the logic (Normally Open/NO or Normally Closed/NC) of the opto outputs.
A064 Option
0
1
2
3
Values
Opto Out1 Logic
NO (Normally Open)
NC (Normally Closed)
NO (Normally Open)
NC (Normally Closed)
Default:
Opto Out2 Logic
NO (Normally Open)
NO (Normally Open)
NC (Normally Closed)
NC (Normally Closed)
0
Min/Max:
0/3
Display:
1
A065 [Analog Out Sel]
Related Parameter(s): P035, A066
Sets the analog output signal mode (0-10V, 0-20mA, or 4-20mA). The output is used to provide a
signal that is proportional to several drive conditions.
Option
0 “OutFreq 0-10”
1 “OutCurr 0-10”
2 “OutVolt 0-10”
3 “OutPowr 0-10”
4 “TstData 0-10”
5 “OutFreq 0-20”
6 “OutCurr 0-20”
7 “OutVolt 0-20”
8 “OutPowr 0-20”
9 “TstData 0-20”
10 “OutFreq 4-20”
11 “OutCurr 4-20”
12 “OutVolt 4-20”
13 “OutPowr 4-20”
14 “TstData 4-20”
15 “OutTorq 0-10”
16 “OutTorq 0-20”
17 “OutTorq 4-20”
18 “Setpnt 0-10”
19 “Setpnt 0-20”
20 “Setpnt 4-20”
Values
Output
Range
0-10V
0-10V
0-10V
0-10V
0-10V
0-20mA
0-20mA
0-20mA
0-20mA
0-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
0-10V
0-20 mA
4-20 mA
0-10V
0-20 mA
4-20 mA
Default:
Minimum Output
Value
0V = 0 Hz
0V = 0 Amps
0V = 0 Volts
0V = 0 kW
0V = 0000
0 mA = 0 Hz
0 mA = 0 Amps
0 mA = 0 Volts
0 mA = 0 kW
0 mA = 0000
4 mA = 0 Hz
4 mA = 0 Amps
4 mA = 0 Volts
4 mA = 0 kW
4 mA = 0000
0V = 0 Amps
0 mA = 0 Amps
4 mA = 0 Amps
0V = 0%
0 mA = 0%
4 mA = 0%
0
Min/Max:
0/20
Display:
1
Maximum Output Value
A066 [Analog Out High]
P035 [Maximum Freq]
200% Drive Rated Output Current
120% Drive Rated Output Volts
200% Drive Rated Power
65535 (Hex FFFF)
P035 [Maximum Freq]
200% Drive Rated Output Current
120% Drive Rated Output Volts
200% Drive Rated Power
65535 (Hex FFFF)
P035 [Maximum Freq]
200% Drive Rated Output Current
120% Drive Rated Output Volts
200% Drive Rated Power
65535 (Hex FFFF)
200% Drive Rated FLA
200% Drive Rated FLA
200% Drive Rated FLA
100.0% Setpoint Setting
100.0% Setpoint Setting
100.0% Setpoint Setting
DIP Switch
Position
0-10V
0-10V
0-10V
0-10V
0-10V
0-20mA
0-20mA
0-20mA
0-20mA
0-20mA
0-20mA
0-20mA
0-20mA
0-20mA
0-20mA
0-10V
0-20 mA
0-20 mA
0-10V
0-20 mA
0-20 mA
Related
Parameter
b001
b003
b004
b022
b019
b001
b003
b004
b022
b019
b001
b003
b004
b022
b019
b029
b029
b029
A109
A109
A109
Programming and Parameters
3-23
Advanced Program Group (continued)
A066 [Analog Out High]
Related Parameter(s): A065
Scales the Maximum Output Value for the A065 [Analog Out Sel] source setting.
Examples:
A066 Setting
50%
90%
Values
A065 Setting
1 “OutCurr 0-10”
8 “OutPowr 0-20”
Default:
A065 Max. Output Value
5V for 200% Drive Rated Output Current
18mA for 200% Drive Rated Power
100%
Min/Max:
0/800%
Display:
1%
A067 [Accel Time 2]
Related Parameter(s): P039, A051-A054, A070-A077
A140-A147, E203-E206
When active, sets the rate of acceleration for all speed increases except jog.
Maximum Freq
= Accel Rate
Accel Time
Values
Default:
20.0 Secs
Min/Max:
0.0/600.0 Secs
Display:
0.1 Secs
P035 [Maximum Freq]
Ac
cel
era
tion
tion
era
cel
De
Speed
0
P039, A067,
E203 or E205
0 [Accel Time x]
A068 [Decel Time 2]
Time
P040, A068,
E204 or E206
[Decel Time x]
Option
28 1
0 0
0 1
1 0
1 1
Description
Acc/Dec 1
Acc/Dec 2
Acc/Dec 3
Acc/Dec 4
Related Parameter(s): P040, A051-A054, A067, A070-A077
A140-A147, E203-E206
When active, sets the rate of deceleration for all speed decreases except jog. Refer to graphic at A067
[Accel Time 2].
Maximum Freq
= Decel Rate
Decel Time
Values
Default:
20.0 Secs
Min/Max:
0.0/600.0 Secs
Display:
0.1 Secs
3-24
Programming and Parameters
Advanced Program Group (continued)
A069 [Internal Freq]
Related Parameter(s): P038, A162
Provides the frequency command to the drive when P038 [Speed Reference] is set to 1 “InternalFreq”.
When enabled, this parameter will change the frequency command in “real time”.
If A051 - A054 [Digital Inx Sel] is set to 16 “MOP Up” or 17 “MOP Down” this parameter acts as the
MOP frequency reference.
Values
Default:
60.00 Hz
Min/Max:
0.00/500.0 Hz
Display:
0.01 Hz
Programming and Parameters
3-25
Advanced Program Group (continued)
A070 [Preset Freq 0](1)
A071 [Preset Freq 1]
A072 [Preset Freq 2]
A073 [Preset Freq 3]
A074 [Preset Freq 4]
A075 [Preset Freq 5]
A076 [Preset Freq 6]
A077 [Preset Freq 7]
A070 Default:(1)
A071 Default:
A072 Default:
A073 Default:
A074 Default:
A075 Default:
A076 Default:
A077 Default:
Values
Related Parameter(s): P038, P039, P040, A051-A053,
A067, A068, A140-A147, A150-A157
0.00 Hz
5.00 Hz
10.00 Hz
20.00 Hz
30.00 Hz
40.00 Hz
50.00 Hz
60.00 Hz
Min/Max:
0.00/500.0 Hz
Display:
0.01 Hz
Provides a fixed frequency command value when A051 - A053 [Digital Inx Sel] is set to 4 “Preset
Freq”.
An active preset input will override speed command as shown in the flowchart on page 1-27.
(1) To activate A070-A077 in Velocity mode, set P038 [Speed Reference] to option 4 “Preset Freq”.
In Positioning mode, set P038 [Speed Reference] to option 9 “Positioning” and E222 [Positioning
Mode] to option 1 “Preset Input”.
Input State
Input State
Input State
of Digital In 1
of Digital In 2
of Digital In 3
(I/O Terminal 05 (I/O Terminal 06 (I/O Terminal 07
when A051 = 4) when A052 = 4) when A053 = 4)
(2)
Freq
Source
Position
Source
(when
P038 = 9) Accel / Decel Parameter Used(2)
0
0
0
A070
E230
[Accel Time 1] / [Decel Time 1]
1
0
0
A071
E232
[Accel Time 1] / [Decel Time 1]
0
1
0
A072
E234
[Accel Time 2] / [Decel Time 2]
1
1
0
A073
E236
[Accel Time 2] / [Decel Time 2]
0
0
1
A074
E238
[Accel Time 1] / [Decel Time 1]
1
0
1
A075
E240
[Accel Time 1] / [Decel Time 1]
0
1
1
A076
E242
[Accel Time 2] / [Decel Time 2]
1
1
1
A077
E244
[Accel Time 2] / [Decel Time 2]
When a Digital Input is set to “Accel 2 & Decel 2”, and the input is active, that input overrides the settings in this
table.
A078 [Jog Frequency]
Related Parameter(s): P035, A051-A054, A079
Sets the output frequency when a jog command is issued.
Values
Default:
10.00 Hz
Min/Max:
0.00/[Maximum Freq]
Display:
0.01 Hz
3-26
Programming and Parameters
Advanced Program Group (continued)
A079 [Jog Accel/Decel]
Related Parameter(s): A078, A051-A054
Sets the acceleration and deceleration time when a jog command is issued.
Values
Default:
10.0 Secs
Min/Max:
0.1/600.0 Secs
Display:
0.1 Secs
A080 [DC Brake Time]
Related Parameter(s): P037, A051-A054, A081
Sets the length of time that DC brake current is “injected” into the motor. Refer to parameter A081 [DC
Brake Level].
Values
Default:
0.0 Secs
Min/Max:
0.0/99.9 Secs (A setting of 99.9 = Continuous)
Display:
0.1 Secs
A081 [DC Brake Level]
Related Parameter(s): P037, A080, A051-A054
Defines the maximum DC brake current, in amps, applied to the motor when P037 [Stop Mode] is set
to either option 4 “Ramp” or 6 “DC Brake”.
Values
Default:
Drive Rated Amps × 0.05
Min/Max:
0.0/(Drive Rated Amps × 1.8)
Display:
0.1 Amps
Ramp-to-Stop Mode
DC Injection Braking Mode
Vo
lta
ge
[DC Brake Time]
Spe
ed
Volts/Speed
Volts/Speed
Voltage
Speed
[DC Brake Time]
[DC Brake Level]
[DC Brake Level]
Time
Stop Command
!
!
Time
Stop Command
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.
Programming and Parameters
3-27
Advanced Program Group (continued)
A082 [DB Resistor Sel]
Related Parameter(s): P037
Stop drive before changing this parameter.
Enables/disables external dynamic braking.
Setting
0
1
2
3-99
Min/Max
“Disabled”
“Normal RA Res” (5% Duty Cycle) – Refer to Table B.C on page B-2.
“NoProtection” (100% Duty Cycle)
“x%Duty Cycle” Limited (3% – 99% of Duty Cycle)
The drive is able to provide full braking indefinitely. Braking power is limited by the external DB
resistor. When this parameter is set to 1 “Normal RA Res” and an appropriate resistor is used (see
selection Table B.C), the drive provides calculated resistor overload protection. However, the drive
cannot protect against a brake IGBT failure.
For more information on external dynamic brake kits, refer to the External Dynamic Brake Kit
Installation Instructions, publication RA-IN004.
!
Values
ATTENTION: A risk of fire exists if external braking resistors are not protected. The
external resistor package must be self-protected from over temperature or the protective
circuit shown in Figure B.7 on page B-12, or equivalent, must be supplied.
Default:
0
Min/Max:
0/99
Display:
1
A083 [S Curve %]
Sets the percentage of acceleration or deceleration time that is applied to the ramp as S Curve. Time
is added, 1/2 at the beginning and 1/2 at the end of the ramp.
Values
Default:
0% (Disabled)
Min/Max:
0/100%
Display:
1%
Example:
Accel Time = 10 Seconds
S Curve Setting = 50%
S Curve Time = 10 × 0.5 = 5 Seconds
Total Time = 10 + 5 = 15 Seconds
50% S Curve
Target
Target/2
1/2 S Curve Time
2.5 Seconds
Accel Time
10 Seconds
1/2 S Curve Time
2.5 Seconds
Total Time to Accelerate = Accel Time + S Curve Time
3-28
Programming and Parameters
Advanced Program Group (continued)
A084 [Boost Select]
Related Parameter(s): b004, P031, P032, A085,
A086, A087, A125
Sets the boost voltage (% of P031 [Motor NP Volts]) and redefines the Volts per Hz curve.
Active when A125 [Torque Perf Mode] = 0 “V/Hz”.
Drive may add additional voltage unless Option 5 is selected.
Options 0 “Custom V/Hz”
1 “30.0, VT”
2 “35.0, VT”
Variable Torque (Typical fan/pump curves.)
3 “40.0, VT”
4 “45.0, VT”
5 “0.0 no IR”
6 “0.0”
7 “2.5, CT”
[Default for
4.0, 5.5, 7.5 & 11 kW
(5.0, 7.5, 10 & 15 HP)
Drives]
Constant Torque
8 “5.0, CT” (Default)
9 “7.5, CT”
10 “10.0, CT”
11 “12.5, CT”
12 “15.0, CT”
13 “17.5, CT”
14 “20.0, CT”
1/2 [Motor NP Volts]
50
1/2
[Motor NP Hertz]
% P031 [Motor NP Volts]
100
Settings
5-14
0
4
3
2
1
50
% P032 [Motor NP Hertz]
100
Programming and Parameters
3-29
Advanced Program Group (continued)
A085 [Start Boost]
Related Parameter(s): P031, P032, P034, P035,
A084, A086, A087, A088, A125
Sets the boost voltage (% of P031 [Motor NP Volts]) and redefines the Volts per Hz curve when A084
[Boost Select] = 0 “Custom V/Hz” and A125 [Torque Perf Mode] = 0 “V/Hz”.
Drive may add additional voltage unless A084 [Boost Select] = 5 “0.0 no IR”.
Values
Default:
2.5%
Min/Max:
0.0/25.0%
Display:
0.1%
A088 [Maximum Voltage]
A085 [Start Boost]
A086 [Break Voltage]
Voltage
P031 [Motor NP Volts]
A087 [Break Frequency]
A034 [Minimum Freq]
P032 [Motor NP Hertz]
Frequency
A086 [Break Voltage]
P035 [Maximum Freq]
Related Parameter(s): P031, P032, P034, P035,
A084, A085, A087, A088, A125
Sets the frequency where break voltage is applied when A084 [Boost Select] = 0 “Custom V/Hz” and
A125 [Torque Perf Mode] = 0 “V/Hz”
Values
Default:
25.0%
Min/Max:
0.0/100.0%
Display:
0.1%
A087 [Break Frequency]
Related Parameter(s): P031, P032, P034, P035,
A084, A085, A086, A088, A125
Sets the frequency where break frequency is applied when A084 [Boost Select] = 0 “Custom V/Hz”
and A125 [Torque Perf Mode] = 0 “V/Hz”
Values
Default:
15.0 Hz
Min/Max:
0.0/500.0 Hz
Display:
0.1 Hz
3-30
Programming and Parameters
Advanced Program Group (continued)
A088 [Maximum Voltage]
Related Parameter(s): b004, A085, A086, A087
Sets the highest voltage the drive will output.
Values
Default:
Drive Rated Volts
Min/Max:
20/Drive Rated Volts
Display:
1 VAC
A089 [Current Limit 1]
Related Parameter(s): P033, A118
Maximum output current allowed before current limiting occurs.
Values
Default:
Drive Rated Amps × 1.5
Min/Max:
0.1/Drive Rated Amps × 1.8
Display:
0.1 Amps
A090 [Motor OL Select]
Related Parameter(s): P032, P033
Drive provides Class 10 motor overload protection. Settings 0-2 select the derating factor for the I2t
overload function.
Options 0 “No Derate” (Default)
1 “Min Derate”
No Derate
Min Derate
100
100
80
80
60
60
40
40
20
20
0
0
25 50 75 100 125 150 175 200
0
0
25 50 75 100 125 150 175 200
% of P033 [Motor OL Curent]
2 “Max Derate”
Max Derate
100
80
60
40
20
0
0
25 50 75 100 125 150 175 200
Programming and Parameters
3-31
Advanced Program Group (continued)
A091 [PWM Frequency]
Related Parameter(s): A124
Sets the carrier frequency for the PWM output waveform. The chart below provides derating
guidelines based on the PWM frequency setting.
Important: Ignoring derating guidelines can cause reduced drive performance.
Values
100
96
92
88
84
80
76
72
68
64
60
56
52
Default:
1
4.0 kHz
Min/Max:
2.0/16.0 kHz
Display:
0.1 kHz
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
A092 [Auto Rstrt Tries]
Related Parameter(s): A055, A058, A061, A093
Sets the maximum number of times the drive attempts to reset a fault and restart.
For information on faults and fault codes refer to Chapter 4.
Clear a Type 1 fault and restart the drive.
1. Set A092 [Auto Rstrt Tries] to a value other than “0”.
2. Set A093 [Auto Rstrt Delay] to a value other than “0”.
Clear an OverVoltage, UnderVoltage or Heatsink OvrTmp fault without restarting the drive.
1. Set A092 [Auto Rstrt Tries] to a value other than “0”.
2. Set A093 [Auto Rstrt Delay] to “0”.
!
Values
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.
Default:
0
Min/Max:
0/9
Display:
1
A093 [Auto Rstrt Delay]
Related Parameter(s): A092
Sets the time between restart attempts when A092 [Auto Rstrt Tries] is set to a value other than zero.
Values
Default:
1.0 Secs
Min/Max:
0.0/120.0 Secs
Display:
0.1 Secs
3-32
Programming and Parameters
Advanced Program Group (continued)
A094 [Start At PowerUp]
Stop drive before changing this parameter.
Enables/disables a feature that allows a Start or Run command to automatically cause the drive to
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.
This parameter will not function if parameter P036 [Start Source] is set to 4 “2-W High Speed”.
!
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.
Options 0 “Disabled” (Default)
1 “Enabled”
A095 [Reverse Disable]
Related Parameter(s): b006
Stop drive before changing this parameter.
Enables/disables the function that allows the direction of motor rotation to be changed. The reverse
command may come from a digital command or a serial command. All reverse inputs including
two-wire Run Reverse will be ignored with reverse disabled.
Options 0 “Rev Enabled” (Default)
1 “Rev Disabled”
A096 [Flying Start En]
Sets the condition that allows the drive to reconnect to a spinning motor at actual RPM.
Important: Do not use this feature with permanent magnet motors.
Options 0 “Disabled” (Default)
1 “Enabled”
A097 [Compensation]
Enables/disables correction options that may improve problems with motor instability.
Options 0 “Disabled”
1 “Electrical” (Default)
Some drive/motor combinations have inherent instabilities
which are exhibited as non-sinusodial motor currents. This
setting attempts to correct this condition.
2 “Mechanical”
Some motor/load combinations have mechanical resonances
which can be excited by the drive current regulator. This
setting slows down the current regulator response and
attempts to correct this condition.
3 “Both”
Programming and Parameters
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Advanced Program Group (continued)
A098 [SW Current Trip]
Related Parameter(s): P033
Enables/disables a software instantaneous (within 100 ms) current trip.
Values
Default:
0.0 (Disabled)
Min/Max:
0.0/(Drive Rated Amps × 2)
Display:
0.1 Amps
A099 [Process Factor]
Related Parameter(s): b010
Scales the output frequency value displayed by b010 [Process Display].
Output
Process
Process
Freq x Factor = Display
Values
Default:
30.0
Min/Max:
0.1/999.9
Display:
0.1
A100 [Fault Clear]
Stop drive before changing this parameter.
Resets a fault and clears the fault queue. Used primarily to clear a fault over network communications.
Options 0 “Ready/Idle” (Default)
1 “Reset Fault”
2 “Clear Buffer”
(Parameters b007-b009 and d310-d316 [Fault x Code])
A101 [Program Lock]
Protects parameters against change by unauthorized personnel with a 4-digit password.
Options 0 “Unlocked” (Default)
1 “Locked”
A102 [Testpoint Sel]
Related Parameter(s): b019
Used by Rockwell Automation field service personnel.
Values
Default:
400
Min/Max:
400/FFFF
Display:
1 Hex
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Programming and Parameters
Advanced Program Group (continued)
A103 [Comm Data Rate]
Related Parameter(s): b015
Sets the serial port rate for the RS485 (DSI) port.
Important: Power to drive must be cycled before any changes will affect drive operation.
Options 0 “1200”
1 “2400”
2 “4800”
3 “9600” (Default)
4 “19.2K”
5 “38.4K”
A104 [Comm Node Addr]
Related Parameter(s): b015
Sets the drive node address for the RS485 (DSI) port if using a network connection.
Important: Power to drive must be cycled before any changes will affect drive operation.
Values
Default:
100
Min/Max:
1/247
Display:
1
A105 [Comm Loss Action]
Related Parameter(s): b015, P037, A106
Selects the drive’s response to a loss of the communication connection or excessive communication
errors.
Options 0 “Fault” (Default)
Drive will fault on an F81 Comm Loss and coast to stop.
1 “Coast Stop”
Stops drive via coast to stop.
2 “Stop”
Stops drive via P037 [Stop Mode] setting.
3 “Continu Last”
Drive continues operating at communication commanded
speed saved in RAM.
A106 [Comm Loss Time]
Related Parameter(s): b015, A105
Sets the time that the drive will remain in communication loss before implementing the option selected
in A105 [Comm Loss Action].
Values
Default:
5.0 Secs
Min/Max:
0.1/60.0 Secs
Display:
0.1 Secs
Programming and Parameters
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Advanced Program Group (continued)
A107 [Comm Format]
Related Parameter(s): b015
Selects the protocol (RTU only), data bits (8 data bits only), parity (None, Even, Odd), and stop bits (1
stop bit only) used by the RS485 port on the drive.
Refer to Appendix C for details on using the drive communication features.
Important: Power to drive must be cycled before any changes will affect drive operation.
Options 0 “RTU 8-N-1” (Default)
1 “RTU 8-E-1”
2 “RTU 8-O-1”
3 “RTU 8-N-2”
4 “RTU 8-E-2”
5 “RTU 8-O-2”
A108 [Language]
Selects the language displayed by the remote communications option.
Options 1 “English” (Default)
2 “Français”
3 “Español”
4 “Italiano”
5 “Deutsch”
6 “Reserved”
7 “Português”
8 “Reserved”
9 “Reserved”
10 “Nederlands”
A109 [Anlg Out Setpt]
Related Parameter(s): A065
When A065 [Analog Out Sel] is set to option 18, 19 or 20, this parameter sets the percentage of
analog output desired.
Values
Default:
0.0%
Min/Max:
0.0/100.0%
Display:
0.1%
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Programming and Parameters
Advanced Program Group (continued)
A110 [Anlg In 0-10V Lo]
Related Parameter(s): b020, P034, P038, A122, A123
Stop drive before changing this parameter.
Sets the analog input level that corresponds to P034 [Minimum Freq] if a 0-10V input is used by P038
[Speed Reference].
When A123 [10V Bipolar Enbl] is set to 1 “Bi-Polar In” this parameter is ignored.
Analog inversion can be accomplished by setting this value larger than A111 [Anlg In 0-10V Hi].
Values
Default:
0.0%
Min/Max:
0.0/100.0%
Display:
0.1%
P035 [Maximum Freq]
Sp
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ce
P034 [Minimum Freq]
0
0
A110 [Anlg In 0-10V Lo]
A111 [Anlg In 0-10V Hi]
A111 [Anlg In 0-10V Hi]
Related Parameter(s): b020, P035, P038, A122, A123
Stop drive before changing this parameter.
Sets the analog input level that corresponds to P035 [Maximum Freq] if a 0-10V input is used by P038
[Speed Reference].
Analog inversion can be accomplished by setting this value smaller than A110 [Anlg In 0-10V Lo].
Values
Default:
100.0%
Min/Max:
0.0/100.0%
Display:
0.1%
A112 [Anlg In4-20mA Lo]
Related Parameter(s): b021, P034, P038
Stop drive before changing this parameter.
Sets the analog input level that corresponds to P034 [Minimum Freq] if a 4-20mA input is used by
P038 [Speed Reference].
Analog inversion can be accomplished by setting this value larger than A113 [Anlg In4-20mA Hi].
Values
Default:
0.0%
Min/Max:
0.0/100.0%
Display:
0.1%
Programming and Parameters
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Advanced Program Group (continued)
A113 [Anlg In4-20mA Hi]
Related Parameter(s): b021, P035, P038
Stop drive before changing this parameter.
Sets the analog input level that corresponds to P035 [Maximum Freq] if a 4-20mA input is used by
P038 [Speed Reference].
Analog inversion can be accomplished by setting this value smaller than A112 [Anlg In4-20mA Lo].
Values Default:
100.0%
Min/Max:
0.0/100.0%
Display:
0.1%
A114 [Slip Hertz @ FLA]
Related Parameter(s): P033, E216
Compensates for the inherent slip in an induction motor. This frequency is added to the commanded
output frequency.
Values Default:
2.0 Hz
Min/Max:
0.0/10.0 Hz
Display:
0.1 Hz
A115 [Process Time Lo]
Related Parameter(s): b010, P034
Scales the time value when the drive is running at P034 [Minimum Freq]. When set to a value other
than zero, b010 [Process Display] indicates the duration of the process.
Values Default:
0.00
Min/Max:
0.00/99.99
Display:
0.01
A116 [Process Time Hi]
Related Parameter(s): b010, P035
Scales the time value when the drive is running at P035 [Maximum Freq]. When set to a value other
than zero, b010 [Process Display] indicates the duration of the process.
Values Default:
0.00
Min/Max:
0.00/99.99
Display:
0.01
A117 [Bus Reg Mode]
Controls the operation of the drive voltage regulation, which is normally operational at decel or when
the bus voltage rises.
Refer to the Attention statement on page P-3 for important information on bus regulation.
Options 0 “Disabled”
1 “Enabled” (Default)
A118 [Current Limit 2]
Related Parameter(s): P033, A051-A054, A089
Maximum output current allowed before current limiting occurs. This parameter is only active if
A051 - A054 [Digital Inx Sel] is set to 25 “Current Lmt2” and is active.
Values
Default:
Drive Rated Amps × 1.5
Min/Max:
Display:
0.1/(Drive Rated Amps × 1.8)
0.1 Amps
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Programming and Parameters
Advanced Program Group (continued)
A119 [Skip Frequency]
Related Parameter(s): A120
Sets the frequency at which the drive will not operate.
A setting of 0 disables this parameter.
Values
Default:
0 Hz
Min/Max:
0/500 Hz
Display:
1 Hz
A120 [Skip Freq Band]
Related Parameter(s): A119
Determines the bandwidth around A119 [Skip Frequency]. A120 [Skip Frequency Band] is split
applying 1/2 above and 1/2 below the actual skip frequency.
A setting of 0.0 disables this parameter.
Values
Default:
0.0 Hz
Min/Max:
0.0/30.0 Hz
Display:
0.1 Hz
Frequency
Command
Frequency
Drive Output
Frequency
2x Skip
Frequency Band
Skip Frequency
Time
A121 [Stall Fault Time]
Sets the time that the drive will remain in stall mode before a fault is issued.
Options 0 “60 Seconds” (Default)
1 “120 Seconds”
2 “240 Seconds”
3 “360 Seconds”
4 “480 Seconds”
5 “Flt Disabled”
Programming and Parameters
3-39
Advanced Program Group (continued)
A122 [Analog In Loss]
Related Parameter(s): A110, A111, A132
Selects drive action when an input 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. If using a 0-10V analog input, set A110 [Anlg In 0-10V
Lo] to a minimum of 20% (i.e. 2 volts). Ensure that the Voltage Range Select DIP Switch is set to 10V.
Options 0 “Disabled” (Default)
1 “Fault (F29)”
F29 Analog Input Loss
2 “Stop”
Uses P037 [Stop Mode]
3 “Zero Ref”
Drive runs at zero speed reference.
4 “Min Freq Ref”
Drive runs at minimum frequency.
5 “Max Freq Ref”
Drive runs at maximum frequency.
6 “Int Freq Ref”
Drive runs at internal frequency.
A123 [10V Bipolar Enbl]
Related Parameter(s): P038, A111
Enables/disables bipolar control. In bipolar mode direction is commanded by the sign of the reference.
Ensure that the Voltage Range Select DIP Switch setting matches the selected control scheme. Refer
to Figure 1.5 on page 1-15.
Options 0 “Uni-Polar In” (Default) 0 to 10V only
1 “Bi-Polar In”
±10V
A124 [Var PWM Disable]
Related Parameter(s): A091
Stop drive before changing this parameter.
Enables/disables a feature that varies the carrier frequency for the PWM output waveform defined by
A091 [PWM Frequency].
Disabling this feature when low frequency conditions exist may result in IGBT stress and nuisance
tripping.
Options 0 “Enabled” (Default)
1 “Disabled”
A125 [Torque Perf Mode]
Related Parameter(s): A084, A085, A086, A087, A127
Stop drive before changing this parameter.
Enables/disables sensorless vector control operation.
Options 0 “V/Hz”
1 “Sensrls Vect” (Default)
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Programming and Parameters
Advanced Program Group (continued)
A126 [Motor NP FLA]
Related Parameter(s): A127
Set to the motor nameplate rated full load amps.
Values
Default:
Drive Rated Amps
Min/Max:
0.1/(Drive Rated Amps × 2)
Display:
0.1 Amps
A127 [Autotune]
Related Parameter(s): A125, A126, A128, A129
Stop drive before changing this parameter.
Provides an automatic method for setting A128 [IR Voltage Drop] and A129 [Flux Current Ref], which
affect sensorless vector performance. Parameter A126 [Motor NP FLA] must be set to the motor
nameplate full load amps before running the Autotune procedure.
Options 0 “Ready/Idle” (Default)
1 “Static Tune”
2 “Rotate Tune”
“Ready” (0) = Parameter returns to this setting following a “Static Tune” or “Rotate Tune.”
“Static Tune” (1) = A temporary command that initiates a non-rotational motor stator resistance test for
the best possible automatic setting of A128 [IR Voltage Drop]. 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 operate the drive in normal mode. Used when motor cannot be uncoupled
from the load.
“Rotate Tune” (2) = A temporary command that initiates a “Static Tune” followed by a rotational test for
the best possible automatic setting of A129 [Flux Current Ref]. A start command is required following
initiation of this setting. The parameter returns to “Ready/Idle” (0) following the test, at which time
another start transition is required to operate the drive in normal mode. Important: Used when motor
is uncoupled from the load. Results may not be valid if a load is coupled to the motor during this
procedure.
!
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.
If the Autotune routine fails, an F80 SVC Autotune fault is displayed.
A128 [IR Voltage Drop]
Related Parameter(s): A127
Value of volts dropped across the resistance of the motor stator.
Values
Default:
Based on Drive Rating
Min/Max:
0.0/230.0 VAC
Display:
0.1 VAC
Programming and Parameters
3-41
Advanced Program Group (continued)
A129 [Flux Current Ref]
Related Parameter(s): A127
Value of amps for full motor flux.
Values
Default:
Based on Drive Rating
Min/Max:
0.00/[Motor NP FLA]
Display:
0.01 Amps
A130 [PID Trim Hi]
Sets the maximum positive value that is added to a PID reference when PID trim is used.
Values
Default:
60.0 Hz
Min/Max:
0.0/500.0 Hz
Display:
0.1 Hz
A131 [PID Trim Lo]
Sets the minimum positive value that is added to a PID reference when PID trim is used.
Values
Default:
0.0 Hz
Min/Max:
0.0/500.0 Hz
Display:
0.1 Hz
A132 [PID Ref Sel]
Related Parameter(s): P038, A122
Stop drive before changing this parameter.
Enables/disables PID mode and selects the source of the PID reference. Refer to Appendix F for
details.
Options 0 “PID Disabled”
(Default)
1 “PID Setpoint”
2 “0-10V Input”
3 “4-20mA Input”
4 “Comm Port”
5 “Encoder”
Encoder or Pulse Train
6 “Setpnt, Trim”
7 “0-10V, Trim”
8 “4-20mA, Trim”
9 “Comm, Trim”
10 “Encoder,Trim”
Encoder or Pulse Train
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Programming and Parameters
Advanced Program Group (continued)
A133 [PID Feedback Sel]
Select the source of the PID feedback. Refer to Appendix F for details.
!
ATTENTION: The loss of analog input, encoder or other feedback may cause
unintended speed or motion. Take appropriate precautions to guard against possible
unintended speed or motion.
Options 0 “0-10V Input” (Default) The PID will not function with a bipolar input. Negative
voltages are treated as 0 volts.
1 “4-20mA Input”
2 “Comm Port”
3 “Encoder”
Encoder or Pulse Train
A134 [PID Prop Gain]
Sets the value for the PID proportional component when the PID mode is enabled by A132 [PID Ref
Sel].
Values
Default:
0.01
Min/Max:
0.00/99.99
Display:
0.01
A135 [PID Integ Time]
Sets the value for the PID integral component when the PID mode is enabled by A132 [PID Ref Sel].
Values
Default:
2.0 Secs
Min/Max:
0.0/999.9 Secs
Display:
0.1 Secs
A136 [PID Diff Rate]
Sets the value for the PID differential component when the PID mode is enabled by A132 [PID Ref
Sel].
Values
Default:
0.00 (1/Secs)
Min/Max:
0.00/99.99 (1/Secs)
Display:
0.01 (1/Secs)
Programming and Parameters
3-43
Advanced Program Group (continued)
A137 [PID Setpoint]
Provides an internal fixed value for process setpoint when the PID mode is enabled by A132 [PID Ref
Sel].
Values
Default:
0.0%
Min/Max:
0.0/100.0%
Display:
0.1%
A138 [PID Deadband]
Sets the lower limit of the PID output.
Values
Default:
0.0%
Min/Max:
0.0/10.0%
Display:
0.1%
A139 [PID Preload]
Sets the value used to preload the integral component on start or enable.
Values
Default:
0.0 Hz
Min/Max:
0.0/500.0 Hz
Display:
0.1 Hz
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Programming and Parameters
Advanced Program Group (continued)
A140 [Stp Logic 0]
A141 [Stp Logic 1]
A142 [Stp Logic 2]
A143 [Stp Logic 3]
A144 [Stp Logic 4]
A145 [Stp Logic 5]
A146 [Stp Logic 6]
A147 [Stp Logic 7]
Values
Related Parameter(s): P038, P039, P040, A051-A054,
A055, A058, A061, A067, A068, A070-A077, A150-A157,
E248
Stop drive before changing this parameter.
Default:
00F1
Min/Max:
0001/FAFF
Display:
4 Digits
For detailed information on applying Step Logic and Position StepLogic refer to Appendix E and
Appendix F.
Parameters A140-A147 are only active if P038 [Speed Reference] is set to 6 “Stp Logic” or 9
“Positioning”.
These parameters can be used to create a custom profile of frequency commands. Each “step” can
be based on time, status of a Logic input or a combination of time and the status of a Logic input.
Digits 0-3 for each [Stp Logic x] parameter must be programmed according to the desired profile.
A Logic input is established by setting a digital input, parameters A051 - A054 [Digital Inx Sel], to 23
“Logic In1” and/or 24 “Logic In2” or by using Bits 6 and 7 of E248 [Enh Control Word].
A time interval between steps can be programmed using parameters A150 - A157 [Stp Logic Time x].
See the table below for related parameters.
The speed for any step is programmed using parameters A070 - A077 [Preset Freq x].
Step
StepLogic Parameter
Related Preset Frequency Parameter
(Can be activated independent of
StepLogic Parameters)
Related StepLogic Time Parameter
(Active when A140-A147 Digit 0 or 1
are set to 1, b, C, d or E)
0
A140 [Stp Logic 0]
A070 [Preset Freq 0]
A150 [Stp Logic Time 0]
1
A141 [Stp Logic 1]
A071 [Preset Freq 1]
A151 [Stp Logic Time 1]
2
A142 [Stp Logic 2]
A072 [Preset Freq 2]
A152 [Stp Logic Time 2]
3
A143 [Stp Logic 3]
A073 [Preset Freq 3]
A153 [Stp Logic Time 3]
4
A144 [Stp Logic 4]
A074 [Preset Freq 4]
A154 [Stp Logic Time 4]
5
A145 [Stp Logic 5]
A075 [Preset Freq 5]
A155 [Stp Logic Time 5]
6
A146 [Stp Logic 6]
A076 [Preset Freq 6]
A156 [Stp Logic Time 6]
7
A147 [Stp Logic 7]
A077 [Preset Freq 7]
A157 [Stp Logic Time 7]
The position for any step is programmed using parameters E230 - E245 [Step Units x].
Step
StepLogic Position Parameters
0
E230 [Step Units 0] & E231 [Step Units F 0]
1
E232 [Step Units 1] & E233 [Step Units F 1]
2
E234 [Step Units 2] & E235 [Step Units F 2]
3
E236 [Step Units 3] & E237 [Step Units F 3]
4
E238 [Step Units 4] & E239 [Step Units F 4]
5
E240 [Step Units 5] & E241 [Step Units F 5]
6
E242 [Step Units 6] & E243 [Step Units F 6]
7
E244 [Step Units 7] & E245 [Step Units F 7]
Programming and Parameters
3-45
How StepLogic Works
The StepLogic sequence begins with a valid start command. A normal sequence always begins with
A140 [Stp Logic 0].
Digit 0: Logic For Next Step
This digit defines the logic for the next step. When the condition is met the program advances to the
next step. Step 0 follows Step 7. Example: Digit 0 is set 3. When “Logic In2” becomes active, the
program advances to the next step.
Digit 1: Logic to Jump to a Different Step
For all settings other than F, when the condition is met, the program overrides Digit 0 and jumps to the
step defined by Digit 2.
Digit 2: Different Step to Jump
When the condition for Digit 1 is met, the Digit 2 setting determines the next step or to end the
program.
Digit 3: Step Settings
This digit defines additional characteristics of each step.
Any StepLogic parameter can be programmed to control a relay or opto output, but you can not
control different outputs based on the condition of different StepLogic commands.
!
ATTENTION: If the StepLogic sequence continues running and never stops while
Parameter E222 [Positioning Mode] is set to 2, 3 or 4, remove power to the drive and
swap the A and A (NOT) encoder channels.
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Programming and Parameters
StepLogic Settings
The logic for each function is determined by the four digits for each StepLogic parameter. The
following is a listing of the available settings for each digit.
Refer to Appendix E for details.
Logic For Next Step
Logic to Jump to a Different Step
Different Step to Jump
Step Settings
Digit 0
Digit 1
Digit 2
Digit 3
Velocity Control Settings (Digit 3)
Required
Accel/Decel
StepLogic
Setting
Param. Used
Output State
Off
Accel/Decel 1
0
Off
Accel/Decel 1
1
Off
Accel/Decel 1
2
On
Accel/Decel 1
3
On
Accel/Decel 1
4
On
Accel/Decel 1
5
Off
Accel/Decel 2
6
Off
Accel/Decel 2
7
Off
Accel/Decel 2
8
On
Accel/Decel 2
9
On
Accel/Decel 2
A
On
Accel/Decel 2
b
Commanded
Direction
FWD
REV
No Output
FWD
REV
No Output
FWD
REV
No Output
FWD
REV
No Output
Positioning Settings (Digit 3)
Required
Accel/Decel
Setting
Param. Used
Accel/Decel 1
0
Accel/Decel 1
1
Accel/Decel 1
2
Accel/Decel 1
3
Accel/Decel 1
4
Accel/Decel 1
5
Accel/Decel 1
6
Accel/Decel 1
7
Accel/Decel 2
8
Accel/Decel 2
9
Accel/Decel 2
A
Accel/Decel 2
b
Accel/Decel 2
C
Accel/Decel 2
d
Accel/Decel 2
E
Accel/Decel 2
F
Direction
From Home
FWD
FWD
REV
REV
FWD
FWD
REV
REV
FWD
FWD
REV
REV
FWD
FWD
REV
REV
Settings (Digit 2)
0 = Jump to Step 0
1 = Jump to Step 1
2 = Jump to Step 2
3 = Jump to Step 3
4 = Jump to Step 4
5 = Jump to Step 5
6 = Jump to Step 6
7 = Jump to Step 7
8 = End Program (Normal Stop)
9 = End Program (Coast to Stop)
A = End Program and Fault (F2)
StepLogic
Output State
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
On
On
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
On
On
On
Type Of
Command
Absolute
Incremental
Absolute
Incremental
Absolute
Incremental
Absolute
Incremental
Absolute
Incremental
Absolute
Incremental
Absolute
Incremental
Absolute
Incremental
Settings (Digit 1 and Digit 0)
0 = Skip Step (Jump Immediately)
1 = Step Based on [Stp Logic Time x]
2 = Step if “Logic In1” is Active
3 = Step if “Logic In2” is Active
4 = Step if “Logic In1” is Not Active
5 = Step if “Logic In2” is Not Active
6 = Step if either “Logic In1” or “Logic In2” is Active
7 = Step if both “Logic In1” and “Logic In2” is Active
8 = Step if neither “Logic In1” or “Logic In2” is Active
9 = Step if “Logic In1” is Active and “Logic In2” is Not Active
A = Step if “Logic In2” is Active and “Logic In1” is Not Active
b = Step after [Stp Logic Time x] and “Logic In1” is Active
C = Step after [Stp Logic Time x] and “Logic In2” is Active
d = Step after [Stp Logic Time x] and “Logic In1” is Not Active
E = Step after [Stp Logic Time x] and “Logic In2” is Not Active
F = Do Not Step/Ignore Digit 2 Settings
Programming and Parameters
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Advanced Program Group (continued)
A150 [Stp Logic Time 0]
A151 [Stp Logic Time 1]
A152 [Stp Logic Time 2]
A153 [Stp Logic Time 3]
A154 [Stp Logic Time 4]
A155 [Stp Logic Time 5]
A156 [Stp Logic Time 6]
A157 [Stp Logic Time 7]
Related Parameter(s): P038, A055, A058, A061,
A070-A077, A140-A147, E222
Sets the time to remain in each step if the corresponding StpLogic command word is set to “Step after
Time” or if using E222 [Positioning Mode] set to 0.
Values
Default:
30.0 Secs
Min/Max:
0.0/6553.5 Secs
Display:
0.1 Secs
A160 [EM Brk Off Delay]
Related Parameter(s): P037
Sets the time the drive remains at minimum frequency before the relay or an opto output is energized
and the drive ramps to the commanded frequency.
The relay or opto output is typically connected to a user-supplied electromechanical brake coil relay.
Set P037 [Stop Mode] to 8 “Ramp+EM B,CF” or 9 “Ramp+EM Brk” to enable the electromechanical
brake option.
Set A055 [Relay Out Sel], A058 or A061 [Opto Outx Sel] to 22 “EM Brk Cntrl” to control brake
operation.
Values Default:
2.00 Secs
Min/Max:
0.01/10.00 Secs
Display:
0.01 Secs
Frequency
Ra
Ra
mp
Ac
ce
l
A160 [EM Brk Off Delay]
mp
A161 [EM Brk On Delay]
De
ce
l
Minimum Freq
Start
Commanded
EM Brk
Energized (Off)
Time
Stop
Commanded
EM Brk
De-Energized (On)
Drive Stops
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Programming and Parameters
Advanced Program Group (continued)
A161 [EM Brk On Delay]
Related Parameter(s): P037
Sets the time the drive remains at minimum frequency before the relay or an opto output is
de-energizing and the drive stops.
The relay or opto output is typically connected to a user-supplied electromechanical brake coil relay.
Set P037 [Stop Mode] to 8 “Ramp+EM B,CF” or 9 “Ramp+EM Brk” to enable the electromechanical
brake option.
Set A055 [Relay Out Sel], A058 or A061 [Opto Outx Sel] to 22 “EM Brk Cntrl” to control brake
operation.
Values Default:
2.00 Secs
Min/Max:
0.01/10.00 Secs
Display:
0.01 Secs
A162 [MOP Reset Sel]
Related Parameter(s): A069
Set the drive to save the current MOP reference command.
Options 0 “Zero MOP Ref”
1 “Save MOP Ref”
(Default)
This option clamps A069 [Internal Freq] at 0.0 Hz when the
drive is not running.
Reference is saved in A069 [Internal Freq].
A163 [DB Threshold]
Related Parameter(s): P037, A080, A081, A082
Sets the DC bus Voltage Threshold for Dynamic Brake operation. If the DC bus voltage falls below the
value set in this parameter, the Dynamic Brake will not turn on. Lower values will make the Dynamic
Braking function more responsive but may result in nuisance Dynamic Brake activation.
Values
Default
100.0%
Min/Max:
0.0/110.0%
Display:
0.0%
!
ATTENTION: Equipment damage may result if this parameter is set a
value that causes the dynamic braking resistor to dissipate excessive power.
Parameter settings less than 100% should be carefully evaluated to ensure
that the dynamic brake resistor’s wattage rating is not exceeded. In general,
values less than 90% are not needed. This parameter’s setting is especially
important if parameter A082 [DB Resistor Sel] is set to 2 “No Protection”.
A164 [PID Invert Error]
When set to “Inverted”, changes the sign of the PID error. This causes an increase in the drive output
frequency with PID Feedback greater than PID Setpoint, and a decrease in drive output frequency
with PID Feedback less than PID Setpoint.
Options 0 “Not Inverted” (Default)
1 “Inverted
Programming and Parameters
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Enhanced Program Group
E201 [LED Display Opt]
Selects which parameters can be viewed by the drive’s LED interface.
E201 Option
0
1
2
3
Values
Parameter Set
All Basic Display (Group b) and Advanced Display (Group d) parameters
All Basic Display Group (b001-b029) parameters
Basic Display Group parameters b001-b007 and b010
Basic Display Group parameter b001-b004
Default:
2
Min/Max:
0/3
Display:
1
E202 [Digital Term 3]
Stop drive before changing this parameter.
Sets the function of I/O Terminal 03.
Options 0 “Start Source” (Default) Input functions as defined by P036 [Start Source].
1 “Acc/Dec Sel1”
If active, can determine which Accel/Decel time will be used
for all ramp rates except jog. Can be applied to one input
only. Refer to A067 [Accel Time 2] for details.
2 “Jog”
• When input is present, drive accelerates according to the
value set in A079 [Jog Accel/Decel] and ramps to the
value set in A078 [Jog Frequency].
• When input is removed, drive ramps to a stop according to
the value set in A079 [Jog Accel/Decel].
• A valid “Start” command will override this input.
3 “Aux Fault”
When enabled, an F2 Auxiliary Input fault will occur when the
input is removed.
4 “Preset Freq”
Refer to A070 - A077 [Preset Freq x].
Important: Digital Inputs have priority for frequency control
when programmed as Preset Speed and are active. Refer to
the flowchart on page 1-27 for more information on speed
reference control priority.
5 “Reserved”
6 “Comm Port”
• When active, sets communications device as default start/
speed command source.
• Can only be tied to one input.
7 “Clear Fault”
When active, clears an active fault.
8 “RampStop,CF”
Causes drive to immediately ramp to a stop regardless of how
P037 [Stop Mode] is set.
9 “CoastStop,CF”
Causes drive to immediately coast to a stop regardless of
how P037 [Stop Mode] is set.
10 “DCInjStop,CF”
Causes drive to immediately begin a DC Injection stop
regardless of how P037 [Stop Mode] is set.
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Programming and Parameters
E202
11 “Jog Forward”
Options
(Cont.)
Drive accelerates to A078 [Jog Frequency] according to A079
[Jog Accel/Decel] and ramps to stop when input becomes
inactive. A valid start will override this command.
12 “Jog Reverse”
Drive accelerates to A078 [Jog Frequency] according to A079
[Jog Accel/Decel] and ramps to stop when input becomes
inactive. A valid start will override this command.
13 “10V In Ctrl”
Selects 0-10V or ±10V control as the frequency reference.
Start source is not changed.
14 “20mA In Ctrl”
Selects 4-20mA control as the frequency reference. Start
source is not changed.
15 “PID Disable”
Disables PID function. Drive uses the next valid non-PID
speed reference.
16 “MOP Up”
Increases the value of A069 [Internal Freq] at a rate of 2 Hz
per second. Default for A069 is 60 Hz.
17 “MOP Down”
Decreases the value of A069 [Internal Freq] at a rate of 2 Hz
per second. Default for A069 is 60 Hz.
18 “Timer Start”
Clears and starts the timer function. May be used to control
the relay or opto outputs.
19 “Counter In”
Starts the counter function. May be used to control the relay
or opto outputs.
20 “Reset Timer”
Clears the active timer.
21 “Reset Countr”
Clears the active counter.
22 “Rset Tim&Cnt”
Clears the active timer and counter.
23 “Logic In1”
Logic function input number 1. May be used to control the
relay or opto outputs (see parameters A055, A058, A061
Options 11-14). May be used in conjunction with StepLogic
parameters A140 - A147 [Stp Logic x]. Logically ORed with
E248 [Enh Control Word] bit 6 “Logic In 1”.
24 “Logic In2”
Logic function input number 2. May be used to control the
relay or opto outputs (see parameters A055, A058, A061
Options 11-14). May be used in conjunction with StepLogic
parameters A140 - A147 [Stp Logic x]. Logically ORed with
E248 [Enh Control Word] bit 7 “Logic In 2”.
25 “Current Lmt2”
When active, A118 [Current Limit 2] determines the drive
current limit level.
26 “Anlg Invert”
Inverts the scaling of the analog input levels set in
A110 [Anlg In 0-10V Lo] and A111 [Anlg In 0-10V Hi] or
A112 [Anlg In4-20mA Lo] and A113 [Anlg In4-20mA Hi].
27 “EM Brk Rlse”
If EM brake function is enabled, this input releases the brake.
Refer to A160 [EM Brk Off Delay] for additional information.
!
ATTENTION: If a hazard of injury due to movement of equipment or
material exists, an auxiliary mechanical braking device must be used.
Programming and Parameters
E202
28 “Acc/Dec Sel2”
Options
(Cont.)
If active, can determine which
Accel/Decel time will be used for
all ramp rates except jog. Can
be applied to one input only.
Option
28 1
0 0
0 1
1 0
1 1
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Description
Acc/Dec 1
Acc/Dec 2
Acc/Dec 3
Acc/Dec 4
29 “Precharge En”
Forces drive into precharge state. Typically controlled by
auxiliary contact on the disconnect at the DC input to the
drive. If this input is assigned, it must be energized for the
pre-charge relay to close and for the drive to run. If it is
de-energized, the pre-charge relay will open and the drive will
coast to a stop.
30 “Inertia Dcel”
Forces drive into Inertia Ride-Through state. The drive will
attempt to regulate the DC bus at the current level.
31 “Sync Enable”
Must be used in order to hold the existing frequency when
Sync Time is set to enable speed synchronization. When this
input is released the drive will accelerate to the commanded
frequency in E214 [Sync Time].
32 “Traverse Dis”
When an input is programmed the traverse function will be
disabled while this input is active. Refer to E210 [Max
Traverse]
33 “Home Limit”
In Positioning mode, this indicates the drive is at the home
position. Refer to Appendix F for detailed information on
positioning.
34 “Find Home”
In Positioning mode this causes the drive to return to the
Home position when a start is issued. It does this by using
the [Find Home Freq] and [Find Home Direction] until the
“Home Limit” input is activated. If it passes this point, it then
runs in the reverse direction at 1/10th the frequency of [Find
Home Freq] until the “Home Limit” is activated again. As long
as this input is active, any start command will cause the drive
to enter the homing routing. However, it only functions if in
Positioning mode. Once the Find Home routine has finished,
the drive will stop. Refer to Appendix F for detailed
information on positioning.
35 “Hold Step”
In Positioning mode, this input over-rides other inputs and
causes the drive to remain at it’s current step (running at zero
speed once it reaches its position) until released. While in
“Hold”, the drive will ignore any digital input command which
would normally result in a move to a new step. However,
timers continue to run. Therefore, when the Hold is removed,
the drive must see any required digital inputs transition (even
if they already transitioned during the hold), but it does not
reset any timer. Refer to Appendix F for detailed information
on positioning.
36 “Pos Redefine”
In Positioning mode, this input resets the home position to the
current position of the machine. Refer to Appendix F for
detailed information on positioning.
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Programming and Parameters
Enhanced Program Group (continued)
E203 [Accel Time 3]
E205 [Accel Time 4]
Related Parameter(s): A067
Sets the rate of acceleration for all speed increases when selected by digital inputs. Refer to graphic
at A067 [Accel Time 2].
Maximum Freq
= Accel Rate
Accel Time
Values
Default:
5.0 Secs (E203)
30.0 Secs (E205)
Min/Max:
0.0/600.0 Secs
Display:
0.1 Secs
E204 [Decel Time 3]
E206 [Decel Time 4]
Related Parameter(s): A067
Sets the rate of deceleration for all speed decreases when selected by digital inputs. Refer to graphic
at A067 [Accel Time 2].
Maximum Freq
= Decel Rate
Decel Time
Values
Default:
5.0 Secs (E204)
30.0 Secs (E206)
Min/Max:
0.0/600.0 Secs
Display:
0.1 Secs
E207 [Comm Write Mode]
Saves parameter values in active drive memory (RAM) or in drive non-volatile memory (EEPROM).
Important: Parameter values set prior to selecting option 1 “RAM only” will be saved in drive
non-volatile memory (EEPROM).
Options 0 “EEPROM” (Default)
1 “RAM only”
E208 [Power Loss Mode]
Sets the reaction to a loss of input power.
Options 0 “Coast” (Default)
1 “Decel”
Drive will fault and motor will coast to stop.
Drive will decelerate and attempt to keep the DC Bus voltage
above the undervoltage level.
Programming and Parameters
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Enhanced Program Group (continued)
E209 [Half Bus Enable]
Enables/disables the power ride through function which allows the drive to maintain power to the
motor at 50% drive input voltage during short-term power sag conditions.
Options 0 “Disabled” (Default)
1 “Enabled”
!
ATTENTION: To guard against drive damage, a minimum line
impedance must be provided to limit inrush current when the power line
recovers. The input impedance should be equal or greater than the
equivalent of a 5% transformer with a VA rating 6 times the drive’s input VA
rating.
E210 [Max Traverse]
Related Parameter(s): E211, E212, E213
Sets the amplitude of triangle wave speed modulation.
Values
Default:
0.00 Hz (Disabled)
Min/Max:
0.00/300.0 Hz
Display:
0.01 Hz
212 [Traverse Dec]
211 [Traverse Inc]
E210 [Max Traverse]
E213 [P Jump]
Hertz
E213 [P Jump]
b001 [Output Freq]
d302 [Fiber Status]
Traverse Bit
Traverse Enable Bit
Seconds
E211 [Traverse Inc]
Related Parameter(s): E210
Sets time required for the Traverse function to accelerate from the minimum to the maximum traverse
frequency. Refer to the diagram at E210 [Max Traverse].
Values
Default:
0.00 Secs
Min/Max:
0.00/30.00 Secs
Display:
0.01 Secs
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Programming and Parameters
Enhanced Program Group (continued)
E212 [Traverse Dec]
Related Parameter(s): E210
Sets time required for the Traverse function to decelerate from the maximum to the minimum traverse
frequency. Refer to the diagram at E210 [Max Traverse].
Values
Default:
0.00 Secs
Min/Max:
0.00/30.00 Secs
Display:
0.01 Secs
E213 [P Jump]
Related Parameter(s): E210
Sets the frequency amplitude that is added to or subtracted from the commanded frequency. Refer to
the diagram at E210 [Max Traverse].
Values
Default:
0.00 Hz
Min/Max:
0.00/300.0 Hz
Display:
0.01 Hz
E214 [Sync Time]
Related Parameter(s): A051-A054, d302
Enables the function that holds the drive at the current frequency even if the commanded frequency
changes. Used with A051-A054 [Digital Inx Sel] option 31 “Sync Enable”.
Values
Default:
0.0 Secs (Disabled)
Min/Max:
0.0/3200.0 Secs
Display:
0.1 Secs
214 [Sync Time]
New Drive #2 Reference
Hertz
New Drive #1 Reference
d302 [Fiber Status]
Speed Sync Bit
Drive #1 and #2 Sync Enable Input
Change Ref's
Time
E215 [Speed Ratio]
Stop drive before changing this parameter.
Enables the function that scales the drive speed command.
Values
Default:
1.00
Min/Max:
0.01/99.99
Display:
0.01
Programming and Parameters
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Enhanced Program Group (continued)
E216 [Motor Fdbk Type]
Stop drive before changing this parameter.
Selects the encoder type. For additional information refer to Appendix F.
E216 Option
0
1
2
3
4
5
!
Values
Encoder
None
Pulse Train
Single Chan
Single Check
Quadrature
Quad Check
ATTENTION: The loss of analog input, encoder or other feedback may cause
unintended speed or motion. Take appropriate precautions to guard against possible
unintended speed or motion.
Default:
0
Min/Max:
0/5
Display:
1
E217 [Motor NP Poles]
Defines the number of poles in the motor.
Values
Default:
4
Min/Max:
2/40
Display:
1
E218 [Encoder PPR]
Specifies the encoder pulses per revolution when an encoder is used. For additional information refer
to Appendix F.
Values
Default:
1024
Min/Max:
1/20000
Display:
1
E219 [Pulse In Scale]
Sets the scale factor/gain for the Pulse Input when E216 [Motor Fdbk Type] is set to 1 “Pulse Train”.
For additional information refer to Appendix F.
Input Pulse Rate
= Speed Command
Desired Command
Values
Default:
64
Min/Max:
1/20000
Display:
1
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Programming and Parameters
Enhanced Program Group (continued)
E220 [Ki Speed Loop]
Sets the I-Gain used in the PI calculation of the speed loop.
Values
Default:
2.0
Min/Max:
0.0/400.0
Display:
0.1
E221 [Kp Speed Loop]
Sets the P-Gain used in the PI calculation of the speed loop.
Values
Default:
0.5
Min/Max:
0.0/200.0
Display:
0.1
E222 [Positioning Mode]
Stop drive before changing this parameter.
Defines the positioning transition mode used for the position steps. For additional information refer to
Appendix F.
E222 Option
0
1
2
3
4
Values
Transition Mode
Time Steps
Preset Input
Step Logic
Preset StpL
StpLogic-Lst
Default:
Description
Steps based on time.
Preset inputs directly command a given step.
Use Step Logic commands. Always start from Step 0.
Use Preset inputs to determine starting step then Step Logic commands.
Use Step Logic commands from last StepLogic step at last drive stop.
0
Min/Max:
0/4
Display:
1
E223 [Find Home Freq]
Sets the maximum frequency the drive uses when “Find Home” is issued. For additional information
refer to Appendix F.
Values
Default:
10.0 Hz
Min/Max:
0.1/500.0 Hz
Display:
0.1 Hz
Programming and Parameters
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Enhanced Program Group (continued)
E224 [Find Home Dir]
Stop drive before changing this parameter.
Sets the direction the drive commands when “Find Home” is issued. For additional information refer to
Appendix F.
Options 0 “Forward” (Default)
1 “Reverse”
E225 [Encoder Pos Tol]
Sets the “At Position” and the “At Home” tolerance around the encoder count. The value is added to
and subtracted from the target encoder unit value to create the tolerance range. For additional
information refer to Appendix F.
Values
Default:
100
Min/Max:
1/50000
Display:
1
E226 [Counts Per Unit]
Related Parameter(s): E230-E245
Sets the number of encoder counts equal to one user-defined unit. For additional information refer to
Appendix F.
Values
Default:
4096
Min/Max:
1/32000
Display:
1
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Programming and Parameters
Enhanced Program Group (continued)
E230 [Step Units 0]
E232 [Step Units 1]
E234 [Step Units 2]
E236 [Step Units 3]
E238 [Step Units 4]
E240 [Step Units 5]
E242 [Step Units 6]
E244 [Step Units 7]
32
Related Parameter(s): E226
32 bit parameter.
Sets the position in whole number user-defined units the drive must reach at each step. For additional
information refer to Appendix F.
Values
Default:
0
Min/Max:
0/64000
Display:
1
Input State
Input State
Input State
of Digital In 1
of Digital In 2
of Digital In 3
(I/O Terminal 05 (I/O Terminal 06 (I/O Terminal 07
when A051 = 4) when A052 = 4) when A053 = 4)
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
1
1
1
1
(2)
Position
Source
E230
E232
E234
E236
E238
E240
E242
E244
Freq
Source
A070
A071
A072
A073
A074
A075
A076
A077
Accel / Decel Parameter Used(2)
[Accel Time 1] / [Decel Time 1]
[Accel Time 1] / [Decel Time 1]
[Accel Time 2] / [Decel Time 2]
[Accel Time 2] / [Decel Time 2]
[Accel Time 1] / [Decel Time 1]
[Accel Time 1] / [Decel Time 1]
[Accel Time 2] / [Decel Time 2]
[Accel Time 2] / [Decel Time 2]
When a Digital Input is set to “Accel 2 & Decel 2”, and the input is active, that input overrides the settings in this
table.
E231 [Step Units F 0]
E233 [Step Units F 1]
E235 [Step Units F 2]
E237 [Step Units F 3]
E239 [Step Units F 4]
E241 [Step Units F 5]
E243 [Step Units F 6]
E245 [Step Units F 7]
32
Related Parameter(s): E226
32 bit parameter.
Sets the position in fractional user-defined units the drive must reach at each step. For additional
information refer to Appendix F.
Values
Default:
0.00
Min/Max:
0.00/0.99
Display:
0.01
Programming and Parameters
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Enhanced Program Group (continued)
E246 [Pos Reg Filter]
Sets the error signal filter in the position regulator. For additional information refer to Appendix F.
Values
Default:
8
Min/Max:
0/15
Display:
1
E247 [Pos Reg Gain]
Sets the gain adjustment for the position regulator. For additional information refer to Appendix F.
Values
Default:
3.0
Min/Max:
0.0/200.0
Display:
0.1
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Programming and Parameters
Enhanced Program Group (continued)
E248 [Enh Control Word]
Allows control of positioning and other functions via parameter control for use over comms. The
functions replicate the digital input options and function in the same way. For additional information
refer to Appendix F.
Important: The Find Home and Position Redefine bits must be returned to 0 following the homing
routine and before starting the drive.
1 = Input Present, 0 = Input Not Present
Home Limit
Bit 0
Find Home
Bit 1
Hold Step
Bit 2
Pos Redefine
Bit 3
Sync Enable
Bit 4
Traverse Disable
Bit 5
Logic In 1
Bit 6
Logic In 2
Bit 7
Values
Bit
Default:
0
Min/Max:
0/1
Display:
1
0 “Home Limit”
In Positioning mode, this indicates the drive is at the home
position.
1 “Find Home”
When set, the next start command causes the drive to find
home. Set this bit to 0 after completing the homing routine.
2 “Hold Step”
In Positioning mode, this input over-rides other inputs and
causes the drive to remain at its current step (running at zero
speed once it reaches its position) until released.
3 “Pos Redefine”
In Positioning mode, this input resets the home position to the
current position of the machine. Set this bit to 0 after
completing the homing routine.
4 “Sync Enable”
Must be used in order to hold the existing frequency when
Sync Time is set to enable speed synchronization. When this
bit is reset to zero the drive will accelerate to the new
commanded frequency based on E214 [Sync Time] setting.
5 “Traverse Disable”
When set the traverse function will be disabled.
6 “Logic In 1”
This provides an identical function as the “Logic In1” Digital
Input option. This bit is logically ORed with a digital input
A051 - A054 set to option 23 “Logic In1”. It can be used to
move through the Step-Logic functions (speed or position) via
comms control without requiring actual digital input
transitions.
7 “Logic In 2”
This provides and identical function as the “Logic In2” Digital
Input option. This bit is logically ORed with a digital input
A051 - A054 set to option 24 “Logic In2”. It can be used to
move through the Step-Logic functions (speed or position) via
comms control without requiring actual digital input
transitions.
Programming and Parameters
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Enhanced Program Group (continued)
E249 [Cmd Stat Select]
Selects velocity-specific or position/fibers-specific Command and Status Word bit definitions for use
over a communication network. For additional information refer to Appendix C.
Options 0 “Velocity” (Default)
1 “Position”
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Programming and Parameters
Advanced Display Group
d301 [Drive Status 2]
Present operating condition of the drive.
When in Positioning mode, Bit 10 indicates positive or negative position in relation to Home.
Dir Positive
At Position
At Home
Drive Homed
Values
1 = Condition True, 0 = Condition False
Bit 0
Bit 1
Bit 2
Bit 3
Default:
Read Only
Min/Max:
0/1
Display:
1
d302 [Fibers Status]
Present status of the Fibers features.
Sync Hold
Sync Ramp
Traverse On
Traverse Dec
Values
1 = Condition True, 0 = Condition False
Digit 1
Digit 2
Digit 3
Digit 4
Default:
Read Only
Min/Max:
0/1
Display:
1
d303 [Slip Hz Meter]
Displays the current amount of slip being applied to the motor frequency.
Values
Default:
Read Only
Min/Max:
0.0/25.0 Hz
Display:
0.1 Hz
d304 [Speed Feedback]
32
Related Parameter(s): E218, d305
32 bit parameter.
Displays the value of the actual motor speed (whole number portion) whether measured by encoder/
pulse train feedback or estimated.
Values
Default:
Read Only
Min/Max:
0/64000 RPM
Display:
1 RPM
Programming and Parameters
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Advanced Display Group (continued)
d305 [Speed Feedback F]
Related Parameter(s): d304
Displays the value of the actual motor speed (fractional portion) whether measured by encoder/pulse
train feedback or estimated.
Values
Default:
Read Only
Min/Max:
0.0/0.9
Display:
0.1
d306 [Encoder Speed]
32
Related Parameter(s): d307
32 bit parameter.
Provides a monitoring point that reflects the speed (whole number portion) measured from the
feedback device. This shows the encoder or pulse train speed even if this is not used directly to
control the motor speed.
Values
Default:
Read Only
Min/Max:
0/64000
Display:
1
d307 [Encoder Speed F]
Related Parameter(s): d306
Provides a monitoring point that reflects the speed (fractional portion) measured from the feedback
device. This shows the encoder or pulse train speed even if this is not used directly to control the
motor speed.
Values
Default:
Read Only
Min/Max:
0.0/0.9
Display:
0.1
d308 [Units Traveled H]
32
Related Parameter(s): d309, E226
32 bit parameter.
Displays the number of user-defined units (whole number portion) traveled from the home position.
Values
Default:
Read Only
Min/Max:
0/64000
Display:
1
d309 [Units Traveled L]
Related Parameter(s): d308, E226
Displays the number of user-defined units (fractional portion) traveled from the home position.
Values
Default:
Read Only
Min/Max:
0.00/0.99
Display:
0.01
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Programming and Parameters
d310 [Fault 4 Code]
Related Parameter(s): A100
(With FRN 3.xx and later.)
A code that represents the fourth most recent drive fault. The codes will appear in these parameters in
the order they occur (b007 [Fault 1 Code] = the most recent fault). Repetitive faults will only be
recorded once. As faults occur, the value of this parameter will be moved to [Fault 5 Code] and this
parameter will be overwritten by [Fault 3 Code].
Refer to Chapter 4 for fault code descriptions.
Values
Default:
Read Only
Min/Max:
0/122
Display:
1
d311 [Fault 5 Code]
Related Parameter(s): A100
(With FRN 3.xx and later.)
A code that represents the fifth most recent drive fault. The codes will appear in these parameters in
the order they occur (b007 [Fault 1 Code] = the most recent fault). Repetitive faults will only be
recorded once. As faults occur, the value of this parameter will be moved to [Fault 6 Code] and this
parameter will be overwritten by [Fault 4 Code].
Refer to Chapter 4 for fault code descriptions.
Values
Default:
Read Only
Min/Max:
0/122
Display:
1
d312 [Fault 6 Code]
Related Parameter(s): A100
(With FRN 3.xx and later.)
A code that represents the sixth most recent drive fault. The codes will appear in these parameters in
the order they occur (b007 [Fault 1 Code] = the most recent fault). Repetitive faults will only be
recorded once. As faults occur, the value of this parameter will be moved to [Fault 7 Code] and this
parameter will be overwritten by [Fault 5 Code].
Refer to Chapter 4 for fault code descriptions.
Values
Default:
Read Only
Min/Max:
0/122
Display:
1
d313 [Fault 7 Code]
Related Parameter(s): A100
(With FRN 3.xx and later.)
A code that represents the seventh most recent drive fault. The codes will appear in these parameters
in the order they occur (b007 [Fault 1 Code] = the most recent fault). Repetitive faults will only be
recorded once. As faults occur, the value of this parameter will be moved to [Fault 8 Code] and this
parameter will be overwritten by [Fault 6 Code].
Refer to Chapter 4 for fault code descriptions.
Values
Default:
Read Only
Min/Max:
0/122
Display:
1
Programming and Parameters
d314 [Fault 8 Code]
3-65
Related Parameter(s): A100
(With FRN 3.xx and later.)
A code that represents the eighth most recent drive fault. The codes will appear in these parameters
in the order they occur (b007 [Fault 1 Code] = the most recent fault). Repetitive faults will only be
recorded once. As faults occur, the value of this parameter will be moved to [Fault 9 Code] and this
parameter will be overwritten by [Fault 7 Code].
Refer to Chapter 4 for fault code descriptions.
Values
Default:
Read Only
Min/Max:
0/122
Display:
1
d315 [Fault 9 Code]
Related Parameter(s): A100
(With FRN 3.xx and later.)
A code that represents the ninth most recent drive fault. The codes will appear in these parameters in
the order they occur (b007 [Fault 1 Code] = the most recent fault). Repetitive faults will only be
recorded once. As faults occur, the value of this parameter will be moved to [Fault 10 Code] and this
parameter will be overwritten by [Fault 8 Code].
Refer to Chapter 4 for fault code descriptions.
Values
Default:
Read Only
Min/Max:
0/122
Display:
1
d316 [Fault 10 Code]
Related Parameter(s): A100
(With FRN 3.xx and later.)
A code that represents the tenth most recent drive fault. The codes will appear in these parameters in
the order they occur (b007 [Fault 1 Code] = the most recent fault). Repetitive faults will only be
recorded once. As faults occur, the value of this parameter will overwritten by [Fault 9 Code].
Refer to Chapter 4 for fault code descriptions.
Values
Default:
Read Only
Min/Max:
0/122
Display:
1
3-66
Programming and Parameters
Parameter Cross Reference – by Name
Parameter Name
No.
Group
Parameter Name
No.
Group
10V Bipolar Enbl
Accel Time 1
Accel Time 2
Accel Time 3
Accel Time 4
Analog In 0-10V
Analog In 4-20mA
Analog In Loss
Analog Out High
Analog Out Sel
Anlg In 0-10V Hi
Anlg In 0-10V Lo
Anlg In4-20mA Hi
Anlg In4-20mA Lo
Anlg Out Setpt
Auto Rstrt Delay
Auto Rstrt Tries
Autotune
Boost Select
Break Frequency
Break Voltage
Bus Reg Mode
Cmd Stat Select
Comm Data Rate
Comm Format
Comm Loss Action
Comm Loss Time
Comm Node Addr
Comm Status
Comm Write Mode
Commanded Freq
Compensation
Contrl In Status
Control Source
Control SW Ver
Counter Status
Counts Per Unit
Current Limit x
DB Resistor Sel
DB Threshold
DC Brake Level
DC Brake Time
DC Bus Voltage
Decel Time 1
Decel Time 2
Decel Time 3
Decel Time 4
Dig In Status
Digital Inx Sel
Digital Term 3
Drive Status
Drive Status 2
Drive Temp
Drive Type
Elapsed Run Time
EM Brk Off Delay
EM Brk On Delay
Encoder Pos Tol
A123
P039
A067
E203
E205
b020
b021
A122
A066
A065
A111
A110
A113
A112
A109
A093
A092
A127
A084
A087
A086
A117
E249
A103
A107
A105
A106
A104
b015
E207
b002
A097
b013
b012
b016
b025
E226
A089, A118
A082
A163
A081
A080
b005
P040
A068
E204
E206
b014
A051-A054
E202
b006
d301
b024
b017
b018
A160
A161
E225
Advanced Program
Basic Program
Advanced Program
Enhanced Program
Enhanced Program
Display
Display
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Enhanced Program
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Display
Enhanced Program
Display
Advanced Program
Display
Display
Display
Display
Enhanced Program
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Display
Basic Program
Advanced Program
Enhanced Program
Enhanced Program
Display
Advanced Program
Enhanced Program
Display
Advanced Display
Display
Display
Display
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Enhanced Program
Encoder PPR
Encoder Speed
Encoder Speed F
Enh Control Word
Fault Clear
Fault x Code
Fault 4 Code
Fault 5 Code
Fault 6 Code
Fault 7 Code
Fault 8 Code
Fault 9 Code
Fault 10 Code
Fibers Status
Find Home Dir
Find Home Freq
Flux Current Ref
Flying Start En
Half Bus Enable
Internal Freq
IR Voltage Drop
Jog Accel/Decel
Jog Frequency
Ki Speed Loop
Kp Speed Loop
Language
LED Display Opt
Max Traverse
Maximum Freq
Maximum Voltage
Minimum Freq
MOP Reset Sel
Motor Fdbk Type
Motor NP FLA
Motor NP Hertz
Motor NP Poles
Motor NP Volts
Motor OL Current
Motor OL Ret
Motor OL Select
Opto Out Logic
Opto Outx Level
Opto Outx Sel
Output Current
Output Freq
Output Power
Output Powr Fctr
Output Voltage
P Jump
PID Deadband
PID Diff Rate
PID Feedback Sel
PID Integ Time
PID Invert Error
PID Preload
PID Prop Gain
PID Ref Sel
PID Setpoint
E218
d306
d307
E248
A100
b007-b009
d310
d311
d312
d313
d314
d315
d316
d302
E224
E223
A129
A096
E209
A069
A128
A079
A078
E220
E221
A108
E201
E210
P035
A088
P034
A162
E216
A126
P032
E217
P031
P033
P043
A090
A064
A059, A062
A058, A061
b003
b001
b022
b023
b004
E213
A138
A136
A133
A135
A164
A139
A134
A132
A137
Enhanced Program
Advanced Display
Advanced Display
Enhanced Program
Advanced Program
Display
Advanced Display
Advanced Display
Advanced Display
Advanced Display
Advanced Display
Advanced Display
Advanced Display
Advanced Display
Enhanced Program
Enhanced Program
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Enhanced Program
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Enhanced Program
Enhanced Program
Advanced Program
Enhanced Program
Enhanced Program
Basic Program
Advanced Program
Basic Program
Advanced Program
Enhanced Program
Advanced Program
Basic Program
Enhanced Program
Basic Program
Basic Program
Basic Program
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Display
Display
Display
Display
Display
Enhanced Program
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Programming and Parameters
3-67
Parameter Name
No.
Group
Parameter Name
No.
Group
PID Trim Hi
PID Trim Lo
Pos Reg Filter
Pos Reg Gain
Positioning Mode
Power Loss Mode
Preset Freq x
Process Display
Process Factor
Process Time Hi
Process Time Lo
Program Lock
Pulse In Scale
PWM Frequency
Relay Out Level
Relay Out Sel
Reset To Defalts
Reverse Disable
S Curve %
Skip Freq Band
Skip Frequency
Slip Hertz @ FLA
Slip Hertz Meter
Speed Feedback
Speed Feedback F
Speed Ratio
Speed Reference
Stall Fault Time
Start At PowerUp
Start Boost
Start Source
Step Units 0
Step Units 1
Step Units 2
Step Units 3
Step Units 4
Step Units 5
Step Units 6
Step Units 7
Step Units F 0
Step Units F 1
Step Units F 2
Step Units F 3
Step Units F 4
Step Units F 5
Step Units F 6
Step Units F 7
Stop Mode
Stp Logic Status
Stp Logic Time x
Stp Logic x
SW Current Trip
Sync Time
Testpoint Data
Testpoint Sel
Timer Status
Torque Current
Torque Perf Mode
Traverse Dec
Traverse Inc
A130
A131
E246
E247
E222
E208
A070-A077
b010
A099
A116
A115
A101
E219
A091
A056
A055
P041
A095
A083
A120
A119
A114
d303
d304
d305
E215
P038
A121
A094
A085
P036
E230
E232
E234
E236
E238
E240
E242
E244
E231
E233
E235
E237
E239
E241
E243
E245
P037
b028
A150-A157
A140-A147
A098
E214
b019
A102
b026
b029
A125
E212
E211
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Enhanced Program
Enhanced Program
Enhanced Program
Enhanced Program
Advanced Program
Display
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Enhanced Program
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Basic Program
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Advanced Display
Advanced Display
Advanced Display
Enhanced Program
Basic Program
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Basic Program
Enhanced Program
Enhanced Program
Enhanced Program
Enhanced Program
Enhanced Program
Enhanced Program
Enhanced Program
Enhanced Program
Enhanced Program
Enhanced Program
Enhanced Program
Enhanced Program
Enhanced Program
Enhanced Program
Enhanced Program
Enhanced Program
Basic Program
Display
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Advanced Program
Enhanced Program
Display
Advanced Program
Display
Display
Advanced Program
Enhanced Program
Enhanced Program
Units Traveled H
Units Traveled L
Var PWM Disable
Voltage Class
d308
d309
A124
P042
Advanced Display
Advanced Display
Advanced Program
Basic Program
3-68
Notes:
Programming and Parameters
Chapter 4
Troubleshooting
Chapter 4 provides information to guide you in troubleshooting the
PowerFlex 40P drive. Included is a listing and description of drive faults
(with possible solutions, when applicable).
For information on…
Drive Status
Faults
!
See page… For information on…
4-1
Fault Descriptions
4-1
Common Symptoms and
Corrective Actions
See page…
4-3
4-6
ATTENTION: Risk of injury or equipment damage exists. Drive does
not contain user-serviceable components. Do not disassemble drive
chassis.
Drive Status
The condition or state of your drive is constantly monitored. Any
changes will be indicated through the integral LED display.
LED Indications
See page 2-3 for information on drive status indicators and controls.
Faults
A fault is a condition that stops the drive. There are two fault types.
Table 4.A Fault Types
Type Fault Description
➀ Auto-Reset/Run When this type of fault occurs, and A092 [Auto Rstrt Tries] is
set to a value greater than “0,” a user-configurable timer, A093
[Auto Rstrt Delay], 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.
➁ Non-Resetable This type of fault may require drive or motor repair, or is
caused by wiring or programing errors. The cause of the fault
must be corrected before the fault can be cleared.
4-2
Troubleshooting
Fault Indication
Condition
Drive is indicating a fault.
The integral LED display provides visual
notification of a fault condition by displaying the
following.
• Flashing fault number
• Flashing fault indicator
Press the Up Arrow key to regain control of the
display.
Display
RUN
REV
FAULT
Manually Clearing Faults
Step
Key(s)
1. Address the condition that caused the fault.
The cause must be corrected before the fault can be cleared.
See Table 4.B.
2. After corrective action has been taken, clear the fault by one of these
methods.
• Press and hold the Up Arrow key for three seconds.
• Cycle drive power.
• Set A100 [Fault Clear] to “1” or “2”.
• Cycle digital input if A051-A054 [Digital Inx Sel] is set to option 7
“Clear Fault”.
Automatically Clearing Faults
Option / Step
Clear a Type 1 fault and restart the drive.
1. Set A092 [Auto Rstrt Tries] to a value other than “0”.
2. Set A093 [Auto Rstrt Delay] to a value other than “0”.
Clear an OverVoltage, UnderVoltage or Heatsink OvrTmp fault
without restarting the drive.
1. Set A092 [Auto Rstrt Tries] to a value other than “0”.
2. Set A093 [Auto Rstrt Delay] to “0”.
Auto Restart (Reset/Run)
The Auto Restart feature provides the ability for the drive to
automatically perform a fault reset followed by a start attempt without
user or application intervention. This allows remote or “unattended”
operation. Only certain faults are allowed to be reset. Certain faults
(Type 2) that indicate possible drive component malfunction are not
resettable. Fault types are listed in Table 4.A. Refer to Table 4.B for fault
descriptions.
Caution should be used when enabling this feature, since the drive will
attempt to issue its own start command based on user selected
programming.
Troubleshooting
4-3
Fault Descriptions
Type(1)
Table 4.B Fault Types, Descriptions and Actions
No.
F2
Fault
Auxiliary Input
F3
Power Loss
➁
F4
UnderVoltage
➀
F5
OverVoltage
➀
F6
Motor Stalled
➀
F7
Motor Overload
➀
F8
Heatsink
OvrTmp
➀
F12 HW OverCurrent
➁
F13 Ground Fault
➁
F29 Analog Input
Loss
➀
(1)
➀
Description
Auxiliary input interlock is open.
Action
1. Check remote wiring.
2. Verify communications
programming for intentional fault.
DC bus voltage remained below 1. Monitor the incoming AC line for
85% of nominal or single phase
low voltage or line power
operation detected.
interruption.
2. Check input fuses.
DC bus voltage fell below the
Monitor the incoming AC line for low
minimum value.
voltage or line power interruption.
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.
Drive is unable to accelerate
Increase P039 - A067 [Accel Time x]
motor.
or reduce load so drive output
current does not exceed the current
set by parameter A089 [Current Limit
1].
Internal electronic overload trip. 1. An excessive motor load exists.
Reduce load so drive output
current does not exceed the
current set by parameter P033
[Motor OL Current].
2. Verify A084 [Boost Select] setting
Heatsink temperature exceeds a 1. Check for blocked or dirty heat
predefined value.
sink fins. Verify that ambient
temperature has not exceeded
40°C (104°F) for IP 30/NEMA 1/UL
Type 1 installations or 50°C (122°F) for
IP20/Open type installations.
2. Check fan.
The drive output current has
Check programming. Check for
exceeded the hardware current excess load, improper A084 [Boost
limit.
Select] setting, DC brake volts set
too high or other causes of excess
current.
Check the motor and external wiring
A current path to earth ground
to the drive output terminals for a
has been detected at one or
grounded condition.
more of the drive output
terminals.
An analog input is configured to 1. Check parameters.
fault on signal loss. A signal loss 2. Check for broken/loose
has occurred.
connections at inputs.
Configure with A122 [Analog In
Loss].
See page 4-1 for a description of fault types.
Troubleshooting
Type(1)
4-4
No.
F33
Fault
Auto Rstrt Tries
F38
F39
F40
Phase U to Gnd
Phase V to Gnd
Phase W to Gnd
➁
F41
F42
F43
Phase UV Short
Phase UW Short
Phase VW Short
➁
F48
Params
Defaulted
F63
SW OverCurrent
➀
F64
Drive Overload
➁
F70
Power Unit
➁
F71
Net Loss
F80
SVC Autotune
F81
Comm Loss
➁
➁
Description
Drive unsuccessfully attempted
to reset a fault and resume
running for the programmed
number of A092 [Auto Rstrt
Tries].
A phase to ground fault has been
detected between the drive and
motor in this phase.
Action
Correct the cause of the fault and
manually clear.
1. Check the wiring between the
drive and motor.
2. Check motor for grounded
phase.
3. Replace drive if fault cannot be
cleared.
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 if fault cannot be
cleared.
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.
Programmed A098 [SW Current Check load requirements and A098
Trip] has been exceeded.
[SW Current Trip] setting.
Drive rating of 150% for 1 minute Reduce load or extend Accel Time.
or 200% for 3 seconds has been
exceeded.
Failure has been detected in the 1. Cycle power.
drive power section.
2. Replace drive if fault cannot be
cleared.
The communication network has 1. Cycle power.
faulted.
2. Check communications cabling.
3. Check network adapter setting.
4. Check external network status.
The autotune function was either Restart procedure.
cancelled by the user or failed.
RS485 (DSI) port stopped
1. If adapter was not intentionally
communicating.
disconnected, check wiring to the
port. Replace wiring, port
expander, adapters or complete
drive as required.
2. Check connection.
3. An adapter was intentionally
disconnected.
4. Turn off using A105 [Comm Loss
Action].
5. Connecting I/O Terminal 04 to
ground may improve noise
immunity.
No.
F91
Fault
Encoder Loss
F100 Parameter
Checksum
Type(1)
Troubleshooting
➁
F111 Enable
Hardware
F122 I/O Board Fail
(1)
➁
Description
Requires differential encoder.
One of the 2 encoder channel
signals is missing.
The checksum read from the
board does not match the
checksum calculated.
DriveGuard Safe-Off Option
(Series B) board is installed and
the ENBL enable jumper has not
been removed.
DriveGuard Safe-Off Option
(Series B) board has failed.
4-5
Action
1. Check Wiring.
2. If P038 [Speed Reference] = 9
“Positioning” and E216 [Motor
Fdbk Type] = 5 “Quad Check”
swap the Encoder channel inputs
(see page 1-18) or swap any two
motor leads.
3. Replace encoder.
Set P041 [Reset To Defalts] to
option 1 “Reset Defaults”.
1. Remove the ENBL enable
jumper.
2. Cycle power.
1. Remove power to the drive.
2. Replace DriveGuard Safe-Off
Option (Series B) board.
Replace drive.
Hardware Enable circuitry has
failed.
Failure has been detected in the 1. Cycle power.
drive control and I/O section.
2. Replace drive if fault cannot be
cleared.
See page 4-1 for a description of fault types.
4-6
Troubleshooting
Common Symptoms and Corrective Actions
Motor does not Start.
Cause(s)
No output voltage to the motor.
Indication
None
Improper boost setting at initial
start-up.
Drive is Faulted
None
Flashing red status light
Corrective Action
Check the power circuit.
• Check the supply voltage.
• Check all fuses and disconnects.
Check the motor.
• Verify that the motor is
connected properly.
Check the control input signals.
• Verify that a Start signal is
present. If 2-Wire control is used,
verify that either the Run
Forward or Run Reverse signal is
active, but not both.
• Verify that I/O Terminal 01 is
active.
• Verify that P036 [Start Source]
matches your configuration.
• Verify that A095 [Reverse
Disable] is not prohibiting
movement.
• If using the DriveGuard Safe-Off
Option (Series B) board, verify
that inputs are active.
Set A084 [Boost Select] to option 2
“35.0, VT”.
Clear fault.
• Press and hold Up Arrow key for
3 seconds.
• Cycle power
• Set A100 [Fault Clear] to option 1
“Clear Faults”.
• Cycle digital input if A051 - A054
[Digital Inx Sel] is set to option 7
“Clear Fault”.
Troubleshooting
4-7
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 programming.
None
• P036 [Start Source] is set to
option 5 “Comm Port”.
None
Incorrect input wiring.
See 1-22 for wiring examples.
• 2 wire control requires Run
Forward, Run Reverse or Jog
input.
• 3 wire control requires Start and
Stop inputs
• Stop input is always required.
Incorrect Sink/Source DIP Switch None
setting.
Corrective Action
Clear fault.
• Press and hold Up Arrow key for
3 seconds.
• Cycle power
• Set A100 [Fault Clear] to option 1
“Clear Faults”.
• Cycle digital input if A051 - A054
[Digital Inx Sel] is set to option 7
“Clear Fault”.
Check parameter settings.
Wire inputs correctly and/or install
jumper.
If using the DriveGuard Safe-Off
Option (Series B) board, verify that
inputs are active.
Set switch to match wiring scheme.
Drive does not respond to changes in speed command.
Cause(s)
No value is coming from the
source of the command.
Indication
The drive “Run” indicator is lit
and output is 0 Hz.
Incorrect reference source is
being selected via remote
device or digital inputs.
None
Corrective Action
• Check b012 [Control Source] for
correct source.
• If the source is an analog input,
check wiring and use a meter to
check for presence of signal.
• Check b002 [Commanded Freq]
to verify correct command.
• Check b012 [Control Source] for
correct source.
• Check b014 [Dig In Status] to
see if inputs are selecting an
alternate source. Verify settings
for A051 - A054 [Digital Inx Sel].
• Check P038 [Speed Reference]
for the source of the speed
reference. Reprogram as
necessary.
• Review the Speed Reference
Control chart on page 1-27.
4-8
Troubleshooting
Motor and/or drive will not accelerate to commanded speed.
Cause(s)
Indication
Acceleration time is excessive. None
None
Excess load or short
acceleration times force the
drive into current limit, slowing
or stopping acceleration.
Speed command source or
value is not as expected.
None
Programming is preventing the None
drive output from exceeding
limiting values.
Torque performance does not
match motor characteristics.
None
Corrective Action
Reprogram P039 [Accel Time 1] or
A067 [Accel Time 2].
Compare b003 [Output Current] with
A089 [Current Limit 1].
Remove excess load or reprogram
P039 [Accel Time 1] or A067 [Accel
Time 2].
Check for improper A084 [Boost
Select] setting.
Verify b002 [Commanded Freq].
Check b012 [Control Source] for the
proper Speed Command.
Check P035 [Maximum Freq] to
insure that speed is not limited by
programming.
Verify programming of E215 [Speed
Ratio].
Set motor nameplate full load amps
in parameter A126 [Motor NP FLA].
Perform A127 [Autotune] “Static
Tune” or “Rotate Tune” procedure.
Set A125 [Torque Perf Mode] to
option 0 “V/Hz”.
Troubleshooting
4-9
Motor operation is unstable.
Cause(s)
Motor data was incorrectly
entered.
Indication
None
Corrective Action
1. Correctly enter motor nameplate
data into P031, P032 and P033.
2. Enable A097 [Compensation].
3. Use A084 [Boost Select] to
reduce boost level.
Drive will not reverse motor direction.
Cause(s)
Indication
Digital input is not selected for None
reversing control.
Digital input is incorrectly
wired.
Motor wiring is improperly
phased for reverse.
Reverse is disabled.
None
Corrective Action
Check [Digital Inx Sel] (See
page 3-15). Choose correct input
and program for reversing mode.
Check input wiring. (See page 1-17)
None
Switch two motor leads.
None
Check A095 [Reverse Disable].
Drive does not power up.
Cause(s)
No input power to drive.
Indication
None
Jumper between I/O Terminals None
P2 and P1 not installed and/or
DC Bus Inductor not
connected.
Corrective Action
Check the power circuit.
• Check the supply voltage.
• Check all fuses and disconnects.
Install jumper or connect DC Bus
Inductor.
4-10
Notes:
Troubleshooting
Appendix A
Supplemental Drive Information
For information on…
Drive, Fuse & Circuit Breaker Ratings
Specifications
See page…
A-1
A-2
Drive, Fuse & Circuit Breaker Ratings
The tables on the following pages provide recommended AC line input
fuse and circuit breaker information. See Fusing and Circuit Breakers
below for UL and IEC requirements. Sizes listed are the recommended
sizes based on 40 °C (104 °F) and the U.S. N.E.C. Other country, state or
local codes may require different ratings.
Fusing
The recommended fuse types are listed below. If available current ratings
do not match those listed in the tables provided, choose the next higher
fuse rating.
• 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 or J must be used. (2)
Circuit Breakers
The “non-fuse” listings in the following tables include inverse time
circuit breakers, instantaneous trip circuit breakers (motor circuit
protectors) and 140M self-protected combination motor controllers. If
one of these is chosen as the desired protection method, the following
requirements apply:
•
IEC – Both types of circuit breakers and 140M self-protected
combination motor controllers are acceptable for IEC installations.
•
UL – Only inverse time circuit breakers and the specified 140M
self-protected combination motor controllers are acceptable for 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.
(2)
Typical designations include; Type CC - KTK-R, FNQ-R
Type J - JKS, LPJ
Type T - JJS, JJN
A-2
Supplemental Drive Information
Specifications
Table A.A Drive Ratings
Catalog
Number(1)
Output Ratings
Input Ratings
Branch Circuit Protection
140M Motor
Min. Enclosure
Voltage
kW (HP) Amps Range kVA Amps Fuses Protectors(2) (3) Contactors Volume(4) (in.3)
200 - 240V AC (±10%) – 3-Phase Input, 0 - 230V 3-Phase Output
22D-B2P3
0.4 (0.5)
2.3
180-264 1.15 2.5
6
140M-C2E-B40
100-C07
1655
22D-B5P0
0.75 (1.0) 5.0
180-264 2.45 5.7
10
140M-C2E-C10
100-C09
1655
22D-B8P0
1.5 (2.0)
8.0
180-264 4.0
9.5
15
140M-C2E-C16
100-C12
1655
22D-B012
2.2 (3.0)
12.0
180-264 5.5
15.5
25
140M-C2E-C16
100-C23
1655
22D-B017
3.7 (5.0)
17.5
180-264 8.6
21.0
30
140M-F8E-C25
100-C23
1655
22D-B024
5.5 (7.5)
24.0
180-264 11.8 26.1
40
140M-F8E-C32
100-C37
2069
22D-B033
7.5 (10.0) 33.0
180-264 16.3 34.6
60
140M-G8E-C45
100-C60
2069
380 - 480V AC (±10%) – 3-Phase Input, 0 - 460V 3-Phase Output
22D-D1P4
0.4 (0.5)
1.4
342-528 1.4
1.8
3
140M-C2E-B25
100-C07
1655
22D-D2P3
0.75 (1.0) 2.3
342-528 2.3
3.2
6
140M-C2E-B40
100-C07
1655
22D-D4P0
1.5 (2.0)
4.0
342-528 4.0
5.7
10
140M-C2E-B63
100-C09
1655
22D-D6P0
2.2 (3.0)
6.0
342-528 5.9
7.5
15
140M-C2E-C10
100-C09
1655
22D-D010
4.0 (5.0)
10.5
342-528 10.3 13.0
20
140M-C2E-C16
100-C23
1655
22D-D012
5.5 (7.5)
12.0
342-528 11.8 14.2
25
140M-D8E-C20
100-C23
2069
22D-D017
7.5 (10.0) 17.0
342-528 16.8 18.4
30
140M-D8E-C20
100-C23
2069
22D-D024
11.0 (15.0) 24.0
342-528 23.4 26.0
50
140M-F8E-C32
100-C43
2069
1655
460 - 600V AC (±10%) – 3-Phase Input, 0 - 575V 3-Phase Output
22D-E1P7
0.75 (1.0) 1.7
414-660 2.1
2.3
6
140M-C2E-B25
100-C09
22D-E3P0
1.5 (2.0)
3.0
414-660 3.65 3.8
6
140M-C2E-B40
100-C09
1655
22D-E4P2
2.2 (3.0)
4.2
414-660 5.2
5.3
10
140M-D8E-B63
100-C09
1655
22D-E6P6
4.0 (5.0)
6.6
414-660 8.1
8.3
15
140M-D8E-C10
100-C09
1655
22D-E9P9
5.5 (7.5)
9.9
414-660 12.1 11.2
20
140M-D8E-C16
100-C16
2069
22D-E012
7.5 (10.0) 12.2
414-660 14.9 13.7
25
140M-D8E-C16
100-C23
2069
22D-E019
11.0 (15.0) 19.0
414-660 23.1 24.1
40
140M-F8E-C25
100-C30
2069
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Ratings apply to all drive types; Panel Mount (N104), Flange Mount (F104), and Plate Drive
(H204).
The AIC ratings of the Bulletin 140M Motor Protector Circuit Breakers may vary. See Bulletin 140M
Motor Protection Circuit Breakers Application Ratings.
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, corner
ground, or high-resistance ground systems.
When using a Manual Self-Protected (Type E) Combination Motor Controller, the drive must be
installed in a ventilated or non-ventilated enclosure with the minimum volume specified in this
column. Application specific thermal considerations may require a larger enclosure.
Supplemental Drive Information
A-3
Table A.B Specifications
Category
Agency
Certification
Specification
C
UL
®
Listed to UL508C and CAN/CSA-22.2
US
Certified to AS/NZS, 1997 Group 1, Class A
N223
Marked for all applicable European Directives
EMC Directive: 2004/108/EC:
EN 61800-3:2004+A1:2012
LV Directive: 2006/95/EC:
EN 61800-5-1:2007
EN 60204-1:2006+A1:2009 +AC:2010
Machine Directive: 2006/42/EC:
EN 62061
Certified to EN ISO 13849-1:2008+AC:2009;
..
Performance Level d (Safety Category 3)
TUV
Rheinland
Meets Functional Safety (FS) when used with the
DriveGuard Safe-Off Option (Series B).
The drive is also designed to meet the appropriate portions of the following specifications:
NFPA 70 - US National Electrical Code
NEMA ICS 3.1 - Safety standards for Construction and Guide for Selection, Installation and
Operation of Adjustable Speed Drive Systems.
IEC 146 - International Electrical Code.
Bus Overvoltage Trip
200-240V AC Input:
405V DC bus (equivalent to 290V AC incoming line)
380-460V AC Input:
810V DC bus (equivalent to 575V AC incoming line)
460-600V AC Input:
1005V DC bus (equivalent to 711V AC incoming line)
Bus Undervoltage Trip
200-240V AC Input:
210V DC bus (equivalent to 150V AC incoming line)
380-480V AC Input:
390V DC bus (equivalent to 275V AC incoming line)
460-600V AC Input
P042 = 3 “High Voltage”:
487V DC bus (equivalent to 344V AC incoming line)
P042 = 2 “Low Voltage”:
390V DC bus (equivalent to 275V AC incoming line)
Power Ride-Thru:
100 milliseconds
Logic Control Ride-Thru:
0.5 seconds minimum, 2 seconds typical
Electronic Motor Overload Protection:
Provides class 10 motor overload protection according
to NEC article 430 and motor over-temperature
protection according to NEC article 430.126 (A) (2).
UL 508C File 29572.
Overcurrent:
200% hardware limit, 300% instantaneous fault
Ground Fault Trip:
Phase-to-ground on drive output
Short Circuit Trip:
Phase-to-phase on drive output
Altitude:
1000 m (3300 ft) max. without derating. Above 1000 m
(3300 ft) derate 3% for every 305 m (1000 ft).
Maximum Surrounding Air Temperature
without derating:
–10 to 50° C (14 to 122° F)
IP20, Open Type:
–10 to 40° C (14 to 104° F)
IP30, NEMA Type 1, UL Type 1:
Flange and Plate Mount:
Heatsink: –10 to 40° C (14 to 104° F)
Drive:
–10 to 50° C (14 to 122° F)
Cooling Method
Convection:
0.4 kW (0.5 HP) drives and all Flange and Plate drives
Fan:
All other drive ratings
Storage Temperature:
–40 to 85 degrees C (–40 to 185 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:
0 to 95% non-condensing
Shock (operating):
15G peak for 11ms duration (±1.0 ms)
Vibration (operating):
1G peak, 5 to 2000 Hz
Bauart geprüft
Functional
Safety
Type approved
Protection
Environment
A-4
Supplemental Drive Information
Category
Electrical
Specification
Voltage Tolerance:
Frequency Tolerance:
Input Phases:
Displacement Power Factor:
Maximum Short Circuit Rating:
Actual Short Circuit Rating:
Control
Transistor Type:
Method:
Carrier Frequency
Frequency Accuracy
Digital Input:
Analog Input:
Analog Output:
Speed Regulation
Open Loop with Slip Compensation:
With Encoder:
Output Frequency:
Efficiency:
Stop Modes:
Accel/Decel:
Intermittent Overload:
Electronic Motor Overload Protection
Control Inputs
Digital:
Analog:
Encoder
Bandwidth:
Quantity:
Current:
Type
Source Mode (SRC):
Sink Mode (SNK):
Quantity:
Specification
Resolution:
0 to 10V DC Analog:
4-20mA Analog:
External Pot:
Type:
Supply:
Quadrature:
Duty Cycle:
Requirements:
200-240V ±10%
380-480V ±10%
460-600V ±10%
48-63 Hz
Three-phase input provides full rating. Single-phase
operation provides 35% rated current.
0.98 across entire speed range
100,000 Amps Symmetrical
Determined by AIC Rating of installed fuse/circuit
breaker
Isolated Gate Bipolar (IGBT)
Sinusoidal PWM, Volts/Hertz, and Sensorless Vector
2-16 kHz, Drive rating based on 4 kHz.
Within ±0.05% of set output frequency
Within 0.5% of maximum output frequency, 10-Bit
resolution
±2% of full scale, 10-Bit resolution
±1% of base speed across a 80:1 speed range
±0.3% of base speed across a 80:1 speed range
±0.05% of base speed across a 20:1 speed range
0-500 Hz (programmable)
97.5% (typical)
Multiple programmable stop modes including - Ramp,
Coast, DC-Brake, and Ramp-to-Stop
Four independently programmable accel and decel
times. Each time may be programmed from 0 - 600
seconds in 0.1 second increments.
150% Overload capability for up to 1 minute
200% Overload capability for up to 3 seconds
Provides class 10 motor overload protection according
to NEC article 430 and motor over-temperature
protection according to NEC article 430.126 (A) (2).
UL 508C File 29572.
10 Rad/Secs for open and closed loop
(2) Dedicated for start and stop
(5) Programmable
6 mA
18-24V = ON, 0-6V = OFF
0-6V = ON, 18-24V = OFF
(2) Isolated, –10 to 10V and 4-20mA
10-bit
100k ohm input impedance
250 ohm input impedance
1-10k ohm, 2 Watt minimum
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), 3.5-26V DC output,
single-ended or differential and capable of supplying a
minimum of 10 mA per channel. Allowable input is DC
up to a maximum frequency of 250 kHz. The encoder
I/O automatically scales to allow 5V, 12V and 24V DC
nominal voltages.
Supplemental Drive Information
Category
Specification
Control Outputs Relay:
Quantity:
Specification
Resistive Rating:
Inductive Rating:
Opto:
Quantity:
Specification:
Analog:
Quantity:
Specification
Resolution:
0 to 10V DC Analog:
4-20mA Analog:
A-5
(1) Programmable Form C
3.0A at 30V DC, 3.0A at 125V, 3.0A at 240V AC
0.5A at 30V DC, 0.5A at 125V, 0.5A at 240V AC
(2) Programmable
30V DC, 50mA Non-inductive
(1) Non-Isolated 0-10V or 4-20mA
10-bit
1k ohm minimum
525 ohm maximum
Table A.C PowerFlex 40P Estimated Watts Loss (Rated Load, Speed & PWM)
Voltage
200–240V
380–480V
460–600V
kW (HP)
0.4 (0.5)
0.75 (1.0)
1.1 (2.0)
2.2 (3.0)
3.7 (5.0)
5.5 (7.5)
7.5 (10)
0.4 (0.5)
0.75 (1.0)
1.1 (2.0)
2.2 (3.0)
3.7 (5.0)
5.5 (7.5)
7.5 (10)
11 (15)
0.75 (1.0)
1.5 (2.0)
2.2 (3.0)
4.0 (5.0)
5.5 (7.5)
7.5 (10)
11 (15)
External Watts
22
40
63
100
150
200
265
17
30
48
75
135
140
175
260
30
48
75
135
140
175
260
Internal Watts
18
20
22
25
30
35
40
18
20
22
25
25
35
35
40
20
22
25
25
35
35
40
Total Watts Loss
40
60
85
125
180
235
305
35
50
70
100
160
175
210
300
50
70
100
160
175
210
300
A-6
Notes:
Supplemental Drive Information
Appendix B
Accessories and Dimensions
Product Selection
Table B.A Catalog Number Description
22D Drive
B
2P3
N
1
0
4
Voltage Rating
Rating
Enclosure
HIM
Emission Class
Version
Table B.B PowerFlex 40P Drives
Drive Ratings
Input Voltage
IP20/NEMA Type Open
kW
HP
240V 50/60 Hz 0.4 0.5
3-Phase
0.75 1.0
No Filter
1.5 2.0
Frame
Size Catalog Number
Catalog Number
2.3A
22D-B2P3N104
B
22D-B2P3F104
22D-B2P3H204
5.0A
22D-B5P0N104
B
22D-B5P0F104
22D-B5P0H204
8.0A
22D-B8P0N104
B
22D-B8P0F104
22D-B8P0H204
22D-B012H204
3.0
12.0A
22D-B012N104
B
22D-B012F104
3.7
5.0
17.5A
22D-B017N104
B
22D-B017F104
22D-B017H204
5.5
7.5
24.0A
22D-B024N104
C
22D-B024F104
22D-B024H204
7.5
10.0 33.0A
1.4A
22D-B033N104
C
22D-B033F104
22D-B033H204
22D-D1P4N104
B
22D-D1P4F104
22D-D1P4H204
2.3A
22D-D2P3N104
B
22D-D2P3F104
22D-D2P3H204
4.0A
22D-D4P0N104
B
22D-D4P0F104
22D-D4P0H204
22D-D6P0H204
2.2
3.0
6.0A
22D-D6P0N104
B
22D-D6P0F104
4.0
5.0
10.5A
22D-D010N104
B
22D-D010F104
22D-D010H204
5.5
7.5
12.0A
22D-D012N104
C
22D-D012F104
22D-D012H204
7.5
10.0 17.0A
22D-D017N104
C
22D-D017F104
22D-D017H204
11.0 15.0 24.0A
22D-D024N104
C
22D-D024F104 (2)
22D-D024H204 (2)
600V 50/60 Hz 0.75 1.0
3-Phase
1.5 2.0
No Filter
2.2 3.0
(2)
Plate Drive
Output
Current Catalog Number
2.2
480V 50/60 Hz 0.4 0.5
3-Phase
0.75 1.0
No Filter
1.5 2.0
(1)
IP20 Flange
Mount(1)
1.7A
22D-E1P7N104
B
22D-E1P7F104
22D-E1P7H204
3.0A
22D-E3P0N104
B
22D-E3P0F104
22D-E3P0H204
22D-E4P2H204
4.2A
22D-E4P2N104
B
22D-E4P2F104
4.0
5.0
6.6A
22D-E6P6N104
B
22D-E6P6F104
22D-E6P6H204
5.5
7.5
9.9A
22D-E9P9N104
C
22D-E9P9F104
22D-E9P9H204
7.5
10.0 12.0A
22D-E012N104
C
22D-E012F104
22D-E012H204
11.0 15.0 19.0A
22D-E019N104
C
22D-E019F104
22D-E019H204
Meets IP40/54/65 (NEMA 1/12/4/4X) when installed in an enclosure of like rating.
Requires use of external DC Bus Inductor or AC Line Reactor. See Table B.E for details.
B-2
Accessories and Dimensions
Table B.C Dynamic Brake Modules
Drive Ratings
Input Voltage
kW
HP
Minimum
Resistance Ω
Catalog Number(1) (2)
240V 50/60 Hz
3-Phase
0.4
0.5
48
AK-R2-091P500
480V 50/60 Hz
3-Phase
600V 50/60 Hz
3-Phase
(1)
(2)
(3)
0.75
1.0
48
AK-R2-091P500
1.5
2.0
48
AK-R2-091P500
2.2
3.0
32
AK-R2-047P500
3.7
5.0
19
AK-R2-047P500
5.5
7.5
13
AK-R2-030P1K2
7.5
10.0
10
AK-R2-030P1K2
0.4
0.5
97
AK-R2-360P500
0.75
1.0
97
AK-R2-360P500
1.5
2.0
97
AK-R2-360P500
2.2
3.0
97
AK-R2-120P1K2
4.0
5.0
77
AK-R2-120P1K2
5.5
7.5
55
AK-R2-120P1K2
7.5
10.0
39
AK-R2-120P1K2
11.0
15.0
24
AK-R2-120P1K2 (3)
0.75
1.0
120
AK-R2-360P500
1.5
2.0
120
AK-R2-360P500
2.2
3.0
82
AK-R2-120P1K2
4.0
5.0
82
AK-R2-120P1K2
5.5
7.5
51
AK-R2-120P1K2
7.5
10.0
51
AK-R2-120P1K2
11.0
15.0
51
AK-R2-120P1K2 (3)
The resistors listed in this tables are rated for 5% duty cycle.
Use of Rockwell resistors is always recommended. The resistors listed have been carefully
selected for optimizing performance in a variety of applications. Alternative resistors may be used,
however care must be taken when making a selection. Refer to the PowerFlex Dynamic Braking
Resistor Calculator, publication PFLEX-AT001.
Requires two resistors wired in parallel.
Accessories and Dimensions
B-3
Table B.D Bulletin 1321-3R Series Line Reactors
Input Voltage
kW
HP
240V 50/60 Hz 0.4 0.5
3-Phase
0.75 1.0
Maximum
Fundamental Continuous Inductance Watts
Amps
Amps
mh
Loss
4
6
12.0
21 W
1321-3R4-D
8
12
3.0
29 W
1321-3R8-B
1.5
2.0
8
12
1.5
19.5 W
1321-3R8-A
2.2
3.0
12
18
1.25
26 W
1321-3R12-A
1321-3R18-A
3.7
5.0
18
27
0.8
36 W
5.5
7.5
25
37.5
0.5
48 W
1321-3R25-A
7.5
10.0 35
52.5
0.4
49 W
1321-3R35-A
2
3
20.0
11.3 W
1321-3R2-B
4
6
9.0
20 W
1321-3R4-C
4
6
6.5
20 W
1321-3R4-B
480V 50/60 Hz 0.4 0.5
3-Phase
0.75 1.0
1.5
2.0
2.2
3.0
8
12
5.0
25.3 W
1321-3R8-C
4.0
5.0
12
18
2.5
31 W
1321-3R12-B
5.5
7.5
12
18
2.5
31 W
1321-3R12-B
7.5
10.0 18
27
1.5
43 W
1321-3R18-B
37.5
1.2
52 W
1321-3R25-B
11.0 15.0 25
600V 50/60 Hz 0.75 1.0
3-Phase
1.5 2.0
(1)
Catalog
Number (1)
2
3
20.0
11.3 W
1321-3R2-B
4
6
6.5
20 W
1321-3R4-B
2.2
3.0
4
6
6.5
20 W
1321-3R4-B
4.0
5.0
8
12
5.0
25.3 W
1321-3R8-C
5.5
7.5
12
18
2.5
31 W
1321-3R12-B
7.5
10.0 12
18
2.5
31 W
1321-3R12-B
11.0 15.0 18
27
1.5
43 W
1321-3R18-B
Catalog numbers listed are for 3% impedance open style units. NEMA Type 1 and 5% impedance
reactor types are also available. Refer to publication 1321-TD001….
Table B.E DC Bus Inductors
Input Voltage
kW
HP
Amps
Inductance
mh
240V 50/60 Hz
3-Phase
5.5
7.5
32
0.85
1321-DC32-1
7.5
10.0
40
0.5
1321-DC40-2
480V 50/60 Hz
3-Phase
5.5
7.5
18
3.75
1321-DC18-4
7.5
10.0
25
4.0
1321-DC25-4
600V 50/60 Hz
3-Phase
Catalog Number
11.0
15.0
32
2.68
1321-DC32-3
5.5
7.5
12
6.0
1321-DC12-2
7.5
10.0
18
6.0
1321-DC18-4
11.0
15.0
25
4.0
1321-DC25-4
B-4
Accessories and Dimensions
Table B.F EMC Line Filters
Drive Ratings
L Type Filter
Catalog Number (2)
kW
240V 50/60 Hz
3-Phase
0.4
0.5
22-RF021-BS
22-RF021-BL(3)
0.75
1.0
22-RF021-BS
22-RF021-BL(3)
1.5
2.0
22-RF021-BS
22-RF021-BL(3)
2.2
3.0
22-RF021-BS
22-RF021-BL(3)
3.7
5.0
22-RF021-BS
22-RF021-BL(3)
5.5
7.5
22-RF034-CS
22-RF034-CL
7.5
10.0
22-RF034-CS
22-RF034-CL
480V 50/60 Hz
3-Phase
600V 50/60 Hz
3-Phase
(1)
(2)
(3)
HP
S Type Filter
Catalog Number (1)
Input Voltage
0.4
0.5
22-RF012-BS
22-RF012-BL
0.75
1.0
22-RF012-BS
22-RF012-BL
1.5
2.0
22-RF012-BS
22-RF012-BL
2.2
3.0
22-RF012-BS
22-RF012-BL
4.0
5.0
22-RF012-BS
22-RF012-BL
5.5
7.5
22-RF018-CS(3)
22-RF018-CL
7.5
10.0
22-RF018-CS(3)
22-RF018-CL
11.0
15.0
22-RF026-CS(3)
22-RF026-CL
0.75
1.0
–
22-RF8P0-BL
1.5
2.0
–
22-RF8P0-BL
2.2
3.0
–
22-RF8P0-BL
4.0
5.0
–
22-RF8P0-BL
5.5
7.5
–
22-RF015-CL
7.5
10.0
–
22-RF015-CL
11.0
15.0
–
22-RF024-CL
This filter is suitable for use with a cable length of at least 10 meters (33 feet) for Class A and 1
meter for Class B environments.
This filter is suitable for use with a cable length of at least 100 meters for Class A and 5 meters for
Class B environments.
Filter must be Series C or later.
Accessories and Dimensions
B-5
Table B.G Human Interface Module (HIM) Option Kits and Accessories
Item
Description
Catalog Number
LCD Display, Remote Panel
Mount
Digital speed control
CopyCat capable
IP66 (NEMA Type 4X/12) indoor use only
Includes 2.9 meter cable
22-HIM-C2S
LCD Display, Remote Handheld Digital speed control
Full numeric keypad
CopyCat capable
IP30 (NEMA Type 1)
Includes 1.0 meter cable
Panel mount with optional Bezel Kit
22-HIM-A3
Bezel Kit
Panel mount for LCD Display, Remote
Handheld unit, IP30 (NEMA Type 1)
22-HIM-B1
DSI HIM Cable
(DSI HIM to RJ45 cable)
1.0 Meter (3.3 Feet)
2.9 Meter (9.51 Feet)
22-HIM-H10
22-HIM-H30
Table B.H IP30/NEMA 1/UL Type 1 Kit
Item
Description
Drive
Frame Catalog Number
IP30/NEMA 1/UL Type 1 Field installed kit. Converts drive to IP30/
Kit
NEMA 1/UL Type 1 enclosure. Includes
conduit box with mounting screws and
plastic top panel.
B
22-JBAB
C
22-JBAC
IP30/NEMA 1/UL Type 1 Field installed kit. Converts drive to IP30/
Kit for Communication
NEMA 1/UL Type 1 enclosure. Includes
Option
communication option conduit box with
mounting screws and plastic top panel.
B
22-JBCB
C
22-JBCC
Table B.I Other Options
Item
Description
DriveGuard® Safe-Off Option
Board
When used with suitable safety components, 20A-DG01
provides protection according to EN ISO
13849-1:2008 +AC:2009; Category 3 for
safe off and protection against restart.
Catalog Number
B-6
Accessories and Dimensions
Table B.J Communication Option Kits and Accessories
Item
Description
Catalog Number
Communication
Adapters
Embedded communication options for use with
the PowerFlex 4-Class drives.
Requires a Communication Adapter Cover
(Ordered Separately).
ControlNet™
DeviceNet™
EtherNet/IP™
LonWorks™
PROFIBUS™ DP
22-COMM-C
22-COMM-D
22-COMM-E
22-COMM-L
22-COMM-P
External DSI™
Communications Kit
External mounting kit for 22-COMM cards.
22-XCOMM-DC-BASE
External Comms Power
Supply
Optional 100-240V AC Power Supply for External 20-XCOMM-AC-PS1
DSI Communications Kit.
Compact I/O Module
Three channel.
Communication Adapter Cover that houses the Communication Adapter.
Cover
B Frame Drive
C Frame Drive
1769-SM2
22D-CCB
22D-CCC
Universal Serial Bus™ Provides serial communication via DF1 protocol
(USB) Converter Module for use with DriveExplorer and DriveTools SP
software. Includes:
2m USB cable (1)
20-HIM-H10 cable (1)
22-HIM-H10 cable (1)
1203-USB
Serial Converter Module Provides serial communication via DF1 protocol
(RS485 to RS232)
for use with DriveExplorer and DriveTools SP
software. Includes:
DSI to RS232 serial converter (1)
1203-SFC serial cable (1)
22-RJ45CBL-C20 cable (1)
DriveExplorer Lite CD (1)
22-SCM-232
Remote Handheld HIM
Wireless Interface Module with Bluetooth®
technology, IP30 (NEMA Type 1), Panel Mount
with optional bezel kit.
22-WIM-N1
Remote Panel Mount
HIM
Wireless Interface Module with Bluetooth®
technology, IP66 (NEMA Type 4X/12) indoor use
only.
22-WIM-N4S
DSI Cable
2.0 meter RJ45 to RJ45 cable, male to male
connectors.
22-RJ45CBL-C20
Serial Cable
2.0 meter serial cable with a locking low profile
1203-SFC
connector to connect to the serial converter and a
9-pin sub-miniature D female connector to
connect to a computer.
Null Cable Converter
For use when connecting the serial converter to
DriveExplorer on a handheld PC.
1203-SNM
Splitter Cable
RJ45 one to two port splitter cable
AK-U0-RJ45-SC1
Terminating Resistors
RJ45 120 Ohm resistors (2 pieces)
AK-U0-RJ45-TR1
Terminal Block
RJ45 Two position terminal block (5 pieces)
AK-U0-RJ45-TB2P
DriveTools SP Software
Windows based software packages that provide 9303-4DTS01ENE
an intuitive means for monitoring or configuring
DriveExplorer Software Allen-Bradley drives and communication adapters 9306-4EXP01ENE
(CD-ROM) Version 3.01 online.
or later
Compatibility:
DriveExecutive software
Windows 95, 98, ME, NT 4.0 (Service Pack 3 or 9303-4DTE01ENE
(CD-ROM) Version 1.01
later), 2000, XP and CE(1)
or later
(1)
See www.ab.com/drives/driveexplorer.htm for supported devices.
Accessories and Dimensions
B-7
Product Dimensions
Table B.K PowerFlex 40P Frames – Ratings are in kW and (HP)
Frame
B
C
240V AC –
3-Phase
0.4 (0.5)
0.75 (1.0)
1.5 (2.0)
5.5 (7.5)
7.5 (10.0)
480V AC –
3-Phase
2.2 (3.0)
3.7 (5.0)
600V AC –
3-Phase
0.4 (0.5)
0.75 (1.0)
1.5 (2.0)
5.5 (7.5)
7.5 (10.0)
2.2 (3.0)
4.0 (5.0)
0.75 (1.0)
1.5 (2.0)
2.2 (3.0)
4.0 (5.0)
11.0 (15.0)
5.5 (7.5)
7.5 (10.0)
11.0 (15.0)
Figure B.1 IP 30/NEMA 1/UL Type 1 Option Kit without Communication Option –
Dimensions are in millimeters and (inches)
148.0 (5.83)
100.0 (3.94)
79.1 (3.11)
64.1 (2.52)
40.6 (1.60)
87.0 (3.43)
136.0 (5.35)
25.6 (1.01)
RUN
REV
FAULT
213
(8.39)
87.4
(3.44)
20A-DG01
∅ 22.2
(0.87)
180
(7.09)
109.9
(4.33)
168
(6.61)
74.3
(2.93)
Frame B - 22-JBAB
192.0 (7.56)
130.0 (5.1)
180.0 (7.1)
107.0 (4.21)
66.0 (2.60)
∅ 28.5
(1.12)
24.0 (0.94)
∅ 22.2
(0.87)
20A-DG01
116.0 (4.57)
RUN
REV
FAULT
320
(12.6)
260
(10.2)
246
(9.7)
152.2
(5.99)
111.2
(4.38)
Frame C - 22-JBAC
B-8
Accessories and Dimensions
Figure B.2 IP 30/NEMA 1/UL Type 1 Option Kit with Communication Option –
Dimensions are in millimeters and (inches)
77.5 (3.05)
50.0 (1.97)
22.5 (0.89)
161.0 (6.34)
136.0 (5.35)
100.0 (3.94)
87.0 (3.43)
∅ 22.2
(0.87)
87.4
(3.44)
RUN
REV
FAULT
244
(9.61)
134.3
(5.29)
180
(7.09)
105.3
(4.15)
168
(6.61)
76.3
(3.00)
Frame B - 22-JBCB
108.7 (4.28)
92.2 (3.63)
69.2 (2.72)
45.7 (1.80)
22.2 (0.87)
205.0 (8.07)
130.0 (5.1)
∅ 28.5
(1.12)
∅ 22.2
(0.87)
180.0 (7.1)
116.0 (4.57)
RUN
REV
FAULT
320
(12.6)
260
(10.2)
179.8
(7.08)
246
(9.7)
144.8
(5.70)
109.8
(4.32)
Frame C - 22-JBCC
Accessories and Dimensions
B-9
Figure B.3 PowerFlex 40P Flange Mount Drives – Dimensions are in millimeters and
(inches)
106.3
(4.19)
244
(9.61)
214
(8.43)
94.3
(3.71)
63.1
(2.48)
20A-DG01
RUN
REV
FAULT
250
(9.84)
22D-CCB
119.3
(4.70)
Frame B
117.8
(4.64)
300
(11.81)
105.8
(4.17)
20A-DG01
RUN
REV
FAULT
325
(12.8)
22D-CCC
130.3
(5.13)
Frame C
138.2
(5.44)
B-10
Accessories and Dimensions
Figure B.4 PowerFlex 40P Flange Mount Cutout Dimensions – Dimensions are in
millimeters and (inches)
145
(5.71)
6.5
(0.26)
23.5
(0.93)
197
(7.76)
210
(8.27)
225
(8.86)
98.5
(3.88)
5.3
(0.21)
14
(0.55)
31
(1.22)
49
(1.93)
98
(3.86)
7.5
(0.30)
160
(6.30)
Frame B
5.3
(0.21)
164
(6.46)
8
(0.31)
307.5
(12.11)
230.6
(9.08)
291.5
(11.48)
153.8
(6.06)
76.9
(3.03)
90
(3.54)
180
(7.09)
Frame C
8
(0.31)
Accessories and Dimensions
B-11
Figure B.5 PowerFlex 40P Plate Drive Dimensions – Dimensions are in millimeters
and (inches)
112
(4.41)
125
(4.92)
100
(3.94)
80
(3.15)
88
(3.46)
192
(7.56)
RUN
REV
FAULT
20A-DG01
180
(7.09)
204
(8.03)
22D-CCB
96
(3.78)
5.3
(0.21)
100
(3.94)
9.5
(0.37)
113
(4.45)
Frame B
142
(5.59)
155
(6.10)
110.5
(4.35)
80
(3.15)
RUN
REV
FAULT
98.5
(3.88)
272
20A-DG01
(10.71)
284
(11.18)
260
(10.24)
22D-CCC
136
(5.35)
130
(5.12)
5.3
(0.21)
Frame C
123.5
(4.86)
9.5
(0.37)
Accessories and Dimensions
Figure B.6 Dynamic Brake Modules – Dimensions are in millimeters and (inches).
Weights are in kilograms and (pounds).
Frame A
Frame B
30.0
(1.18) 60.0
(2.36)
31.0
(1.22)
61.0
(2.40)
59.0
(2.32)
C
US
C
US
17.0
(0.67)
335.0
(13.19)
386.0
(15.20)
AUTOMATION
316.0
(12.44)
ROCKWELL
SURFACES MAY BE
ROCKWELL
AUTOMATION
B-12
13.0
(0.51)
Frame
Catalog Number
Weight
A
AK-R2-091P500, AK-R2-047P500, AK-R2-360P500
1.1 (2.5)
B
AK-R2-030P1K2, AK-R2-120P1K2
2.7 (6)
Figure B.7 Recommended External Brake Resistor Circuitry
Three-Phase
AC Input
RUN
REV
FAULT
(Input Contactor) M
R (L1)
S (L2)
T (L3)
Power Off
Power On
M
M
Power Source
DB Resistor Thermostat
405.0
(15.94)
Accessories and Dimensions
B-13
Figure B.8 Bulletin 1321-3R Series Line Reactors – Dimensions are in millimeters and
(inches). Weights are in kilograms and (pounds).
A
B
E
D
C
Catalog Number
A
B
C
D
E
Weight
1321-3R2-A
112 (4.40)
104 (4.10)
70 (2.75)
50 (1.98)
37 (1.44)
1.8 (4)
1321-3R2-B
112 (4.40)
104 (4.10)
70 (2.75)
50 (1.98)
37 (1.44)
1.8 (4)
1321-3R4-A
112 (4.40)
104 (4.10)
76 (3.00)
50 (1.98)
37 (1.44)
1.8 (4)
1321-3R4-B
112 (4.40)
104 (4.10)
76 (3.00)
50 (1.98)
37 (1.44)
1.8 (4)
1321-3R4-C
112 (4.40)
104 (4.10)
86 (3.38)
60 (2.35)
37 (1.44)
2.3 (5)
1321-3R4-D
112 (4.40)
104 (4.10)
92 (3.62)
66 (2.60)
37 (1.44)
2.7 (6)
1321-3R8-A
152 (6.00)
127 (5.00)
76 (3.00)
53 (2.10)
51 (2.00)
3.1 (7)
1321-3R8-B
152 (6.00)
127 (5.00)
76 (3.00)
53 (2.10)
51 (2.00)
3.6 (8)
1321-3R8-C
152 (6.00)
127 (5.00)
85 (3.35)
63 (2.48)
51 (2.00)
4.9 (11)
1321-3R12-A
152 (6.00)
127 (5.00)
76 (3.00)
53 (2.10)
51 (2.00)
4.1 (9)
1321-3R12-B
152 (6.00)
127 (5.00)
76 (3.00)
53 (2.10)
51 (2.00)
4.5 (10)
1321-3R18-A
152 (6.00)
133 (5.25)
79 (3.10)
54 (2.13)
51 (2.00)
4.1 (9)
1321-3R18-B
152 (6.00)
133 (5.25)
86 (3.40)
63 (2.48)
51 (2.00)
5.4 (12)
1321-3R25-A
183 (7.20)
146 (5.76)
85 (3.35)
60 (2.35)
76 (3.00)
4.9 (11)
1321-3R35-A
193 (7.60)
146 (5.76)
91 (3.60)
66 (2.60)
76 (3.00)
6.3 (14)
B-14
Accessories and Dimensions
Figure B.9 Frame B EMC Line Filters – Dimensions are in millimeters and (inches)
Catalog Numbers: 22-RF0P8-BL; 22-RF012-BS, -BL (Series B); 22-RF021-BS, -BL
29.8
(1.17)
50
(1.97)
100
78 (3.94)
(3.07)
217
(8.54)
229
(9.02)
216
(8.50)
17.8
(0.70)
24.0
(0.94)
5.5 (0.22)
Accessories and Dimensions
B-15
Figure B.10 Frame C EMC Line Filters – Dimensions are in millimeters and (inches)
Catalog Numbers: 22-RF018-CS, -CL; 22-RF025-CL; 22-RF026-CS, -CL; 22-RF034-CS,
-CL
32
(1.26)
60
(2.36)
130
90 (5.12)
(3.54)
297
(11.69)
309
(12.17)
297
(11.69)
17
(0.67)
30
(1.18)
5.5 (0.22)
B-16
Accessories and Dimensions
Figure B.11 Remote (Panel Mount) HIM – Dimensions are in millimeters and (inches)
Catalog Number: 22-HIM-C2S
25
(0.98)
93
(3.66)
180
(7.09)
2m
67
(2.64)
60
(2.36)
154
(6.06)
19.1
(0.75)
77
(3.03)
4.8
(0.19)
23.5
(0.93)
Accessories and Dimensions
Figure B.12 NEMA Type 1 Bezel – Dimensions are in millimeters and (inches)
Catalog Number: 22-HIM-B1
93
(3.66)
25.2
(0.99)
11.1
(0.44)
180
(7.09)
2m
67
(2.64)
60
(2.36)
154
(6.06)
19.1
(0.75)
77
(3.03)
4.8
(0.19)
23.5
(0.93)
B-17
B-18
Notes:
Accessories and Dimensions
Appendix C
RS485 (DSI) Protocol
PowerFlex 40P drives support the RS485 (DSI) protocol to allow
efficient operation with Rockwell Automation peripherals. In addition,
some Modbus functions are supported to allow simple networking.
PowerFlex 40P drives can be multi-dropped on an RS485 network using
Modbus protocol in RTU mode.
Controller
For information regarding DeviceNet or other communication protocols,
refer to the appropriate user manual.
Network Wiring
Network wiring consists of a shielded 2-conductor cable that is
daisy-chained from node to node.
Figure C.1 Network Wiring Diagram
Master
TxRxDTxRxD+
PowerFlex 40P
PowerFlex 40P
PowerFlex 40P
Node 1
Node 2
Node "n"
TxRxDTxRxD5
5
5 120 ohm resistor
120 ohm resistor
PIN 8
TxRxD+
TxRxD+
4
4
4
Shield
X
Shield
X
Shield
X
PIN 1
FRONT
NOTE: The shield is connected at ONLY ONE end of each cable segment.
01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 RS485
(DPI)
R/L1 S/L2 T/L3 U/T1 V/T2 W/T3
DC- DC+ BR+ BR-
01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 RS485
(DPI)
AK-00-RJ45-TB2P
TxRxDR/L1 S/L2 T/L3 U/T1 V/T2 W/T3
TxRxD+
DC- DC+ BR+ BR-
TxRxDTxRxD+
C-2
RS485 (DSI) Protocol
Only pins 4 and 5 on the RJ45 plug should be wired. The other pins on
the PowerFlex 40P RJ45 socket must not be connected because they
contain power, etc. for other Rockwell Automation peripheral devices.
Wiring terminations on the master controller will vary depending on the
master controller used and “TxRxD+” and “TxRxD-” are shown for
illustration purposes only. Refer to the master controller’s user manual
for network terminations. Note that there is no standard for the “+” and
“-” wires, and consequently Modbus device manufacturers interpret
them differently. If you have problems with initially establishing
communications, try swapping the two network wires at the master
controller.
Standard RS485 wiring practices apply.
•
Termination resistors need to be applied at each end of the network
cable.
•
RS485 repeaters may need to be used for long cable runs, or if
greater than 32 nodes are needed on the network.
•
Network wiring should be separated from power wires by at least 0.3
meters (1 foot).
•
Network wiring should only cross power wires at a right angle.
I/O Terminal 19 (DSI Shield) on the PowerFlex 40P must also be
connected to PE ground (there are two PE terminals on the drive). See
Table 1.I for more information.
Network Common is internally tied to I/O Terminal 04 (Digital
Common). Tying I/O Terminal 04 to PE ground may improve noise
immunity in some applications.
RS485 (DSI) Protocol
C-3
Parameter Configuration
The following PowerFlex 40P parameters are used to configure the drive
to operate on a network.
Parameter
Details
Reference
P036 [Start Source]
Set to 5 “Comm Port” if Start is controlled from the
network.
Page 3-10
P038 [Speed Reference]
Set to 5 “Comm Port” if the Speed Reference is
controlled from the network.
Page 3-12
A103 [Comm Data Rate]
Sets the data rate for the RS485 (DSI) Port. All nodes
on the network must be set to the same data rate.
Page 3-34
A104 [Comm Node Addr]
Sets the node address for the drive on the network.
Each device on the network requires a unique node
address.
Page 3-34
A105 [Comm Loss Action] Selects the drive’s response to communication
problems.
Page 3-34
A106 [Comm Loss Time]
Sets the time that the drive will remain in
Page 3-34
communication loss before the drive implements A105
[Comm Loss Action].
A107 [Comm Format]
Sets the transmission mode, data bits, parity and stop Page 3-35
bits for the RS485 (DSI) Port. All nodes on the network
must be set to the same setting.
E207 [Comm Write Mode] Set to 0 “EEPROM” when programming drive.
Set to 1 “RAM only” to only write to volatile memory.
Page 3-52
Supported Modbus Function Codes
The peripheral interface (DSI) used on PowerFlex 40P drives supports
some of the Modbus function codes.
Modbus Function Code (Decimal)
Command
03
Read Holding Registers
06
Preset (Write) Single Register
16 (10 Hexadecimal)
Preset (Write) Multiple Registers
Important: Modbus devices can be 0-based (registers are numbered
starting at 0) or 1-based (registers are numbered starting at
1). Depending on the Modbus Master used, the register
addresses listed on the following pages may need to be
offset by +1. For example, Logic Command may be register
address 8192 for some master devices (e.g. ProSoft
3150-MCM SLC Modbus scanner) and 8193 for others
(e.g. PanelViews).
C-4
RS485 (DSI) Protocol
Writing (06) Logic Command Data
The PowerFlex 40P drive can be controlled via the network by sending
Function Code 06 writes to register address 8192 (Logic Command).
P036 [Start Source] must be set to 5 “Comm Port” in order to accept the
commands. Parameter E249 [Cmd Stat Select] is used to select Velocity
or Position Bit definitions.
Velocity Bit Definitions
Logic Command - E249 = 0 “Velocity”
Address (Decimal)
Bit(s)
Description
0
1 = Stop, 0 = Not Stop
1
1 = Start, 0 = Not Start
2
1 = Jog, 0 = No Jog
3
1 = Clear Faults, 0 = Not Clear Faults
00 = No Command
5,4
01 = Forward Command
10 = Reverse Command
11 = No Command
6
7
1 = Logic In 1
1 = Logic In 2
00 = No Command
9,8
01 = Accel Rate 1
10 = Accel Rate 2
11 = Hold Accel Rate Selected
8192
00 = No Command
11,10
01 = Decel Rate 1
10 = Decel Rate 2
11 = Hold Decel Rate Selected
000 = No Command
001 = Freq. Source = P036 [Start Source]
010 = Freq. Source = A069 [Internal Freq]
14,13,12
011 = Freq. Source = Comms (Addr 8193)
100 = A070 [Preset Freq 0]
101 = A071 [Preset Freq 1]
110 = A072 [Preset Freq 2]
111 = A073 [Preset Freq 3]
15
Not Used
RS485 (DSI) Protocol
C-5
Position Bit Definitions
Logic Command - E249 = 1 “Position”
Address (Decimal)
Bit(s)
Description
0
1 = Stop, 0 = Not Stop
1
1 = Start, 0 = Not Start
2
1 = Jog, 0 = No Jog
3
1 = Clear Faults, 0 = Not Clear Faults
00 = No Command
5,4
01 = Forward Command
10 = Reverse Command
11 = No Command
6
7
1 = Logic In 1
1 = Logic In 2
000 = A070 Freq. Source, E230 Position Source
001 = A071 Freq. Source, E232 Position Source
8192
010 = A072 Freq. Source, E234 Position Source
10,9,8
011 = A073 Freq. Source, E236 Position Source
100 = A074 Freq. Source, E238 Position Source
101 = A075 Freq. Source, E240 Position Sourcec
110 = A076 Freq. Source, E242 Position Source
111 = A077 Freq. Source, E244 Position Source
11
1 = Find Home
12
1 = Hold Step
13
1 = Pos Redefine
14
1 = Sync Enable
15
1 = Traverse Disable
Writing (06) Reference
The Speed Reference to a PowerFlex 40P drive can be controlled via the
network by sending Function Code 06 writes to register address 8193
(Reference). P038 [Speed Reference] must be set to 5 “Comm Port” in
order to accept the Speed Reference.
Reference
Address (Decimal)
8193
Description
A decimal value entered as xxx.xx where the decimal point is fixed. For
example, a decimal “100” equals 1.00 Hz and “543” equals 5.43 Hz.
C-6
RS485 (DSI) Protocol
Reading (03) Logic Status Data
The PowerFlex 40P Logic Status data can be read via the network by
sending Function Code 03 reads to register address 8448 (Logic Status).
Parameter E249 [Cmd Stat Select] is used to select Velocity or Position
Bit definitions.
Velocity Bit Definitions
Logic Status - E249 = 0 “Velocity”
Address (Decimal)
8448
Bit(s)
Description
0
1 = Ready, 0 = Not Ready
1
1 = Active (Running), 0 = Not Active
2
1 = Cmd Forward, 0 = Cmd Reverse
3
1 = Rotating Forward, 0 = Rotating Reverse
4
1 = Accelerating, 0 = Not Accelerating
5
1 = Decelerating, 0 = Not Decelerating
6
Not Used
7
1 = Faulted, 0 = Not Faulted
8
1 = At Reference, 0 = Not At Reference
9
1 = Reference Controlled by Comm
10
1 = Operation Cmd Controlled by Comm
11
1 = Parameters have been locked
12
Digital Input 1 Status
13
Digital Input 2 Status
14
Digital Input 3 Status
15
Digital Input 4 Status
Position Bit Definitions
Logic Status - E249 = 1 “Position”
Address (Decimal)
8448
Bit(s)
Description
0
1 = Ready, 0 = Not Ready
1
1 = Active (Running), 0 = Not Active
2
1 = Cmd Forward, 0 = Cmd Reverse
3
1 = Rotating Forward, 0 = Rotating Reverse
4
1 = Accelerating, 0 = Not Accelerating
5
1 = Decelerating, 0 = Not Decelerating
6
1 = Forward Travel Position, 0 = Reverse Travel Position
7
1 = Faulted, 0 = Not Faulted
8
1 = At Speed, 0 = Not At Speed
9
1 = At Position, 0 = Not At Position
10
1 = At Home, 0 = Not At Home
11
1 = Drive Homed, 0 = Not Drive Homed
12
1 = Sync Hold, 0 = Not Syc Hold
13
1 = Sync Ramp, 0 = Not Syc Ramp
14
1 =Traverse On, 0 = Traverse Off
15
1 = Traverse Decel, 0 = Not Trav Decel
RS485 (DSI) Protocol
C-7
Reading (03) Feedback
The Feedback (Output Frequency) from the PowerFlex 40P drive can be
read via the network by sending Function Code 03 reads to register
address 8451 (Feedback).
Feedback(1)
Address (Decimal)
8451
(1)
Description
A xxx.x decimal value where the decimal point is fixed. For example, a decimal
“123” equals 12.3 Hz and “300” equals 30.0 Hz.
Returns the same data as Reading (03) Parameter d001 [Output Freq].
Reading (03) Drive Error Codes
The PowerFlex 40P Error Code data can be read via the network by
sending Function Code 03 reads to register address 8449 (Drive Error
Codes).
Logic Status
Address (Decimal)
8449
Value (Decimal)
Description
0
No Fault
2
Auxiliary Input
3
Power Loss
4
Undervoltage
5
Overvoltage
6
Motor Stalled
7
Motor Overload
8
Heatsink Overtemperature
12
HW Overcurrent (300%)
13
Ground Fault
29
Analog Input Loss
33
Auto Restart Tries
38
Phase U to Ground Short
39
Phase V to Ground Short
40
Phase W to Ground Short
41
Phase UV Short
42
Phase UW Short
43
Phase VW Short
48
Parameters Defaulted
63
Software Overcurrent
64
Drive Overload
70
Power Unit Fail
71
Network Loss Fault
80
AutoTune Fail
81
Communication Loss
94
Encoder Loss Fault
100
Parameter Checksum Error
111
Hardware Enable Fault
122
I/O Board Fail
C-8
RS485 (DSI) Protocol
Reading (03) and Writing (06) Drive Parameters
To access drive parameters, the Modbus register address equals the
parameter number. For example, a decimal “1” is used to address
Parameter d001 [Output Freq] and decimal “39” is used to address
Parameter P039 [Accel Time 1].
Additional Information
Refer to http://www.ab.com/drives/ for additional information.
Appendix D
RJ45 DSI Splitter Cable
The PowerFlex 40P drive provides a RJ45 port to allow the connection
of a single peripheral device. The RJ45 DSI Splitter Cable can be used to
connect a second DSI peripheral device to the drive.
Connectivity Guidelines
!
ATTENTION: Risk of injury or equipment damage exists. The
peripherals may not perform as intended if these Connectivity
Guidelines are not followed. Precautions should be taken to follow
these Connectivity Guidelines.
•
•
•
•
Two peripherals maximum can be attached to a drive.
If a single peripheral is used, it must be connected to the Master port
(M) on the splitter and configured for “Auto” (default) or “Master.”
Parameter 9 [Device Type] on the DSI / MDI keypads and Parameter
1 [Adapter Cfg] on the Serial Converter are used to select the type
(Auto / Master / Slave).
Do not use the RJ45 Splitter Cable with a drive that has an
internal network communication adapter installed. Since only
one additional peripheral can be added, the second peripheral can be
connected directly to the RJ45 port on the drive. The internal Comm
is always the Master, therefore the external peripheral must be
configured as “Auto” (for temporary connections) or “Slave” (for
permanent connections).
If two peripherals will be powered up at the same time, one must be
configured as the “Master” and connected to the Master port (M) and
the other must be connected as the “Slave” and connected to the
Slave port (S).
RJ45 DSI Splitter Cable
DSI Cable Accessories
PIN 1
S
RJ45 Splitter Cable – Catalog Number: AK-U0-RJ45-SC1
Slave Port
M
D-2
Master Port
PIN 8
RJ45 Two-Position Terminal Block Adapter –
Catalog Number: AK-U0-RJ45-TB2P
TB2
(PIN 5)
PIN 8
TB1
(PIN 4)
PIN 1
RJ45 Adapter with Integrated Termination Resistor –
Catalog Number: AK-U0-RJ45-TR1
PIN 8
PIN 1
RJ45 DSI Splitter Cable
Connecting One Temporary Peripheral
DSI / MDI Drive
DSI / MDI
Hand Held
Serial Converter
or
M
DSI
S
Parameter 1 [Adapter Cfg] set to "Auto"
(default) or "Master" and connected to
Master port (M) on RJ45 Splitter Cable
Parameter 9 [Device Type] set to "Auto"
(default) or "Master" and connected to
Master port (M) on RJ45 Splitter Cable
Connecting One Temporary Peripheral and
One Permanent Peripheral
NEMA 1 Bezel
with DSI / MDI Hand Held
NEMA 4
Panel Mount Unit
DSI / MDI Drive
or
DSI
M
Parameter 9 [Device Type]
set to "Master" and
connected to Master port (M)
on RJ45 Splitter Cable
S
Parameter 1 [Adapter Cfg]
set to "Auto" (default) or
"Slave" and connected to
Slave port (S)
on RJ45 Splitter Cable
Serial Converter
D-3
D-4
RJ45 DSI Splitter Cable
Connecting Two Permanent Peripherals
NEMA 1 Bezel
with DSI / MDI Hand Held
NEMA 4
Panel Mount Unit
DSI / MDI Drive
or
M
Parameter 9 [Device Type] set to
"Master" and connected to Master
port (M) on RJ45 Splitter Cable
S
Parameter 9 [Device Type]
set to "Slave" and
connected to Slave port (S)
on RJ45 Splitter Cable
or
Connecting an RS-485 Network
DSI / MDI Drives
AK-U0-RJ45-TB2P
Two-position
Terminal Block
AK-U0-RJ45-TR1
Terminating Resistor
(end of network)
or
or
Customer supplied RJ45 male-to-RJ45 male
cables with wires connected at pins 4 and 5 only.
Both the Master (M) and Slave (S) ports on the RJ45 Splitter
Cable operate as standard RS-485 ports in this configuration.
Appendix E
Velocity StepLogic™, Basic Logic
and Timer/Counter Functions
Four PowerFlex 40P logic functions provide the capability to program
simple logic functions without a separate controller.
•
Velocity StepLogic Function
Steps through up to eight preset speeds based on programmed logic.
Programmed logic can include conditions that need to be met from
digital inputs programmed as “Logic In1” and “Logic In2” before
stepping from one preset speed to the next. A timer is available for
each of the eight steps and is used to program a time delay before
stepping from one preset speed to the next. The status of a digital
output can also be controlled based on the step being executed.
•
Basic Logic Function
Up to two digital inputs can be programmed as “Logic In1” and/or
“Logic In2”. A digital output can be programmed to change state
based on the condition of one or both inputs based on basic logic
functions such as AND, OR, NOR. The basic logic functions can be
used with or without StepLogic.
•
Timer Function
A digital input can be programmed for “Timer Start”. A digital
output can be programmed as a “Timer Out” with an output level
programmed to the desired time. When the timer reaches the time
programmed into the output level the output will change state. The
timer can be reset via a digital input programmed as “Reset Timer”.
•
Counter Function
A digital input can be programmed for “Counter In”. A digital output
can be programmed as “Counter Out” with an output level
programmed to the desired number of counts. When the counter
reaches the count programmed into the output level the output will
change state. The counter can be reset via a digital input
programmed as “Reset Counter”.
E-2
Velocity StepLogic™, Basic Logic and Timer/Counter Functions
Velocity StepLogic Using Timed Steps
To activate this function, set parameter P038 [Speed Reference] to 6 “Stp
Logic”. Three parameters are used to configure the logic, speed
reference and time for each step.
•
Logic is defined using parameters A140-A147 [Stp Logic x].
•
Preset Speeds are set with parameters A070-A077 [Preset Freq x].
•
Time of operation for each step is set with parameters A150-A157
[Stp Logic Time x].
The direction of motor rotation can be forward or reverse.
Figure E.1 Using Timed Steps
Step 0
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Step 6
Step 7
Forward
0
Reverse
Time
Velocity StepLogic Sequence
•
Sequence begins with a valid start command.
•
A normal sequence begins with Step 0 and transition to the next step
when the corresponding StepLogic time has expired.
•
Step 7 is followed by Step 0
•
Sequence repeats until a stop is issued or a fault condition occurs.
Velocity StepLogic™, Basic Logic and Timer/Counter Functions
E-3
Velocity StepLogic Using Basic Logic Functions
Digital input and digital output parameters can be configured to use logic
to transition to the next step. Logic In1 and Logic In2 are defined by
programming parameters A051-A054 [Digital Inx Sel] to option 23
“Logic In1” or option 24 “Logic In2”.
Example
•
Run at Step 0.
•
Transition to Step 1 when Logic In1 is true.
Logic senses the edge of Logic In1 when it transitions from off to on.
Logic In1 is not required to remain “on”.
•
Transition to Step 2 when both Logic In1 and Logic In2 are true.
The drive senses the level of both Logic In1 and Logic In2 and
transitions to Step 2 when both are on.
•
Transition to Step 3 when Logic In2 returns to a false or off state.
Inputs are not required to remain in the “on” condition except under
the logic conditions used for the transition from Step 2 to Step 3.
Start
Step 0
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Frequency
Logic In1
Logic In2
Time
The step time value and the basic logic may be used together to satisfy
machine conditions. For instance, the step may need to run for a
minimum time period and then use the basic logic to trigger a transition
to the next step.
Start
Step 0
Frequency
Logic In1
Logic In2
Time
Step 1
E-4
Velocity StepLogic™, Basic Logic and Timer/Counter Functions
Timer Function
Digital inputs and outputs control the timer function and are configured
with parameters A051-A054 [Digital Inx Sel] set to 18 “Timer Start” and
20 “Reset Timer”.
Digital outputs (relay and opto type) define a preset level and indicate
when the level is reached. Level parameters A056 [Relay Out Level],
A059 [Opto Out1 Level] and A062 [Opto Out2 Level] are used to set the
desired time in seconds.
Parameters A055 [Relay Out Sel], A058 [Opto Out1 Sel] and A061
[Opto Out2 Sel] are set to option 16 “Timer Out” and causes the output
to change state when the preset level is reached.
Example
•
Drive starts up and accelerates to 30 Hz.
•
After 30Hz has been maintained for 20 seconds, a 4-20mA analog
input becomes the reference signal for speed control.
•
The timer function is used to select a preset speed with a 20 second
run time that overrides the speed reference while the digital input is
active.
•
Parameters are set to the following options:
–
P038 [Speed Reference] = 3 “4-20mA Input”
–
A051 [Digital In1 Sel] = 4 “Preset Freq”
–
A052 [Digital In2 Sel] = 18 “Timer Start”
–
A055 [Relay Out Sel] = 16 “Timer Out”
–
A056 [Relay Out Level] = 20.0 Secs
–
A071 [Preset Freq 1] = 30.0 Hz
•
The control terminal block is wired such that a start command will
also trigger the timer start.
•
The relay output is wired to I/O Terminal 05 (Digital Input 1) so that
it forces the input on when the timer starts.
•
After the timer is complete, the output is turned off releasing the
preset speed command. The drive defaults to following the analog
input reference as programmed.
Velocity StepLogic™, Basic Logic and Timer/Counter Functions
E-5
Output
Frequency
Start
Relay Out
Photo Eye
Digital In1
Counter In
Digital In2
Reset Counter
Limit Switch
Note that a “Reset Timer” input is not required for this example since the
“Timer Start” input both clears and starts the timer.
E-6
Velocity StepLogic™, Basic Logic and Timer/Counter Functions
Counter Function
Digital inputs and outputs control the counter function and are
configured with parameters A051-A054 [Digital Inx Sel] set to 19
“Counter In” and 21 “Reset Countr”.
Digital outputs (relay and opto type) define a preset level and indicate
when the level is reached. Level parameters A056 [Relay Out Level],
A059 [Opto Out1 Level] and A062 [Opto Out2 Level] are used to set the
desired count value.
Parameters A055 [Relay Out Sel], A058 [Opto Out1 Sel] and A061
[Opto Out2 Sel] are set to 17 “Counter Out” which causes the output to
change state when the level is reached.
Example
•
A photo eye is used to count packages on a conveyor line.
•
An accumulator holds the packages until 5 are collected.
•
A diverter arm redirects the group of 5 packages to a bundling area.
•
The diverter arm returns to its original position and triggers a limit
switch that resets the counter.
•
Parameters are set to the following options:
–
A051 [Digital In1 Sel] set to 19 to select “Counter In”
–
A052 [Digital In2 Sel] set to 21 to select “Reset Countr”
–
A055 [Relay Out Sel] set to 17 to select “Counter Out”
–
A056 [Relay Out Level] set to 5.0 (Counts)
Velocity StepLogic™, Basic Logic and Timer/Counter Functions
E-7
Velocity StepLogic Parameters
Table E.A Code Descriptions for Parameters A140-A147
Digit 3
Digit 2
Digit 1
Digit 0
0
0
F
1
Table E.B Digit 3 – Defines the action during the step currently executing.
Setting
Accel/Decel
Parameters Used
StepLogic Output
State
Commanded Direction
0
1
Off
FWD
1
1
Off
REV
2
1
Off
No Output
3
1
On
FWD
4
1
On
REV
5
1
On
No Output
6
2
Off
FWD
7
2
Off
REV
8
2
Off
No Output
9
2
On
FWD
A
2
On
REV
b
2
On
No Output
Table E.C Digit 2 – Defines what step to jump to or how to end program when the
logic conditions specified in Digit 1 are met.
Setting
Logic
0
Jump to Step 0
1
Jump to Step 1
2
Jump to Step 2
3
Jump to Step 3
4
Jump to Step 4
5
Jump to Step 5
6
Jump to Step 6
7
Jump to Step 7
8
End Program (Normal Stop)
9
End Program (Coast to Stop)
A
End Program and Fault (F2)
E-8
Velocity StepLogic™, Basic Logic and Timer/Counter Functions
Table E.D Digit 1 – Defines what logic must be met to jump to a step other than the
very next step.
Setting
Description
Logic
0
Skip Step (jump immediately)
SKIP
1
Step based on the time programmed in the respective [Stp Logic Time x] TIMED
parameter.
2
Step if “Logic In1” is active (logically true)
TRUE
3
Step if “Logic In2” is active (logically true)
TRUE
4
Step if “Logic In1” is not active (logically false)
FALSE
5
Step if “Logic In2” is not active (logically false)
FALSE
6
Step if either “Logic In1” or “Logic In2” is active (logically true)
OR
7
Step if both “Logic In1” and “Logic In2” is active (logically true)
AND
8
Step if neither “Logic In1” or “Logic In2” is active (logically true)
NOR
9
Step if “Logic In1” is active (logically true) and “Logic In2” is not active
(logically false)
XOR
A
Step if “Logic In2” is active (logically true) and “Logic In1” is not active
(logically false)
XOR
b
Step after [Stp Logic Time x] and “Logic In1” is active (logically true)
TIMED AND
C
Step after [Stp Logic Time x] and “Logic In2” is active (logically true)
TIMED AND
d
Step after [Stp Logic Time x] and “Logic In1” is not active (logically false) TIMED OR
E
Step after [Stp Logic Time x] and “Logic In2” is not active (logically false) TIMED OR
F
Do not step OR no “jump to”, so use Digit 0 logic
IGNORE
Table E.E Digit 0 – Defines what logic must be met to jump to the very next step.
Setting
Description
Logic
0
Skip Step (jump immediately)
SKIP
1
Step based on the time programmed in the respective [Stp Logic Time x] TIMED
parameter.
2
Step if “Logic In1” is active (logically true)
TRUE
3
Step if “Logic In2” is active (logically true)
TRUE
4
Step if “Logic In1” is not active (logically false)
FALSE
5
Step if “Logic In2” is not active (logically false)
FALSE
6
Step if either “Logic In1” or “Logic In2” is active (logically true)
OR
7
Step if both “Logic In1” and “Logic In2” is active (logically true)
AND
8
Step if neither “Logic In1” or “Logic In2” is active (logically true)
NOR
9
Step if “Logic In1” is active (logically true) and “Logic In2” is not active
(logically false)
XOR
A
Step if “Logic In2” is active (logically true) and “Logic In1” is not active
(logically false)
XOR
b
Step after [Stp Logic Time x] and “Logic In1” is active (logically true)
TIMED AND
C
Step after [Stp Logic Time x] and “Logic In2” is active (logically true)
TIMED AND
d
Step after [Stp Logic Time x] and “Logic In1” is not active (logically false) TIMED OR
E
Step after [Stp Logic Time x] and “Logic In2” is not active (logically false) TIMED OR
F
Use logic programmed in Digit 1
IGNORE
Appendix F
Encoder Usage and Position
StepLogic Application
Encoder Usage
The PowerFlex 40P includes a pulse-train/encoder input. When E216
[Motor Fdbk Type] is set to a value other than zero, the drive is set to use
an encoder. The drive will use the encoder in several ways depending on
the settings of other parameters. The drive will use the encoder as shown
below (listed in order of priority):
1. If enabled by P038 [Speed Reference], the encoder will be used
directly as a commanded speed (normally used with a pulse train) or
as a position reference (normally used with a quadrature encoder).
2. If not enabled by P038 [Speed Reference], when the PID Feedback
or PID Reference are set to use an encoder than the PID function will
use the encoder or pulse train input.
3. If not enabled by P038 [Speed Reference] or the PID parameters,
then if E216 [Motor Fdbk Type] is set the encoder is used for direct
feedback and trim of the speed command. The normal slip
compensation is not used in this case. Instead the drive will use the
encoder to determine actual output frequency and adjust the output
frequency to match the command. Parameters E220 [Ki Speed Loop]
and E221 [Kp Speed Loop] are used in this control loop. The
primary benefit of this mode is increased speed accuracy when
compared to open-loop slip compensation. It does not provide speed
bandwidth improvement.
F-2
Encoder Usage and Position StepLogic Application
Wiring Notes
The encoder can supply 5V or 12V power (250 mA maximum) for an
encoder. Be sure the DIP switch is set properly for the encoder. In
general, 12V will provide higher noise immunity.
The pulse-train/encoder inputs can handle 5V, 12V, or 24V inputs. The
inputs will automatically adjust to the voltage applied and no additional
drive adjustment is necessary. If a pulse-train or single-channel input is
used, it must be wired between the A (signal) and A- (signal common)
channels.
Important: A quadrature encoder provides rotor speed and direction.
Therefore, the encoder must be wired such that the forward
direction matches the motor forward direction. If the drive
is reading encoder speed but the position regulator or other
encoder function is not working properly, remove power to
the drive and swap the A and A (NOT) encoder channels or
swap any two motor leads.Drives using FRN 2.xx and
greater will fault when an encoder is incorrectly wired and
E216 [Motor Fdbk Type] is set to option 5 “Quad Check”.
Positioning Overview
The PowerFlex 40P includes a simple position regulator which can be
used in a variety of position applications without the need for multiple
limit switches or photo-eyes. This can be used as a stand-alone controller
for simple applications (up to 8 positions) or in conjunction with a
controller for more flexibility.
Please note that this is not intended to replace high end servo controllers
or any application that needs high bandwidth or very high torque at low
speeds.
Encoder Usage and Position StepLogic Application
F-3
Common Guidelines for All Applications
The position regulator can be configured for operation appropriate for a
variety of applications. Certain parameters will need to be adjusted in all
cases.
P038 [Speed Reference] must be set to option 9 “Positioning”.
E216 [Motor Fdbk Type] must be set to the match the feedback device.
Positioning mode must use E216 [Motor Fdbk Type] option 4.
E216 [Motor Fdbk Type] Options
0 “None” indicates no encoder is used. This can not be used for
positioning.
1 “Pulse Train” is a single channel input, no direction, speed feedback
only. This should not be used for positioning. The Single Channel
selection is similar to a Pulse Train, but uses the standard encoder
scaling parameters.
2 “Single Chan” is a single channel input, no direction, speed feedback
only. This should not be used for positioning. Single channel uses the
standard encoder scaling parameters.
3 “Single Check” is a single channel input with encoder signal loss
detection. The drive will fault if it detects that the input pulses do not
match the expected motor speed. This should not be used for positioning.
4 “Quadrature” is a dual channel encoder input with direction and
speed from the encoder. This may be used for positioning control.
5 “Quad Check” is a dual channel encoder with encoder signal loss
detection. The drive will fault if it detects that the encoder speed does not
match the expected motor speed. FRN 2.xx or greater supports Option 5
“Quad Check” in Positioning mode.
Important: Drives using FRN 1.xx must use option 4 “Quadrature” for
Positioning mode. FRN 1.xx does not support option 5
“Quad Check”.
A095 [Reverse Disable] should be set to option 0 “Rev Enabled” to
allow bidirectional movement necessary for position control.
A125 [Torque Perf Mode] default setting of 1 “Sensrls Vect” is
recommended for most applications to improve the low speed torque for
positioning applications. The autotune routine can be completed to
further improve the drive-motor performance.
F-4
Encoder Usage and Position StepLogic Application
A117 [Bus Reg Mode] default setting is option 1 “Enabled”. If the
deceleration time is too short, the drive may overshoot the desired
position. For best results, a longer deceleration time may be necessary.
A117 [Bus Reg Mode] can be disabled to provide precise stopping
movements, but the deceleration time will need to be manually tuned so
that it is long enough to avoid F5 OverVoltage faults.
A082 [DB Resistor Sel] default setting is 0 “Disabled”. If improved
deceleration performance is required a Dynamic Brake resistor can be
used. If used, this parameter should be set to the appropriate setting for
the resistor selected.
E217 [Motor NP Poles] must be set to match the number of motor poles
on the motor driven by the PowerFlex 40P drive.
E218 [Encoder PPR] must be set to match the number of pulses per
revolution of the encoder used (i.e., 1024 PPR Encoder).
E226 [Counts Per Unit] sets the number of encoder counts that will be
used to define one position unit. This allows the encoder positions to be
defined in terms of units important to the application. For example, if
1cm of travel on a conveyor belt requires 0.75 turns of the motor, the
motor encoder is 1024 PPR, and the Motor Feedback type is set to
Quadrature, then this parameter would need to be set to (4 x 1024 x 0.75)
= 3072 counts for 1cm of travel. Then all other positions could be setup
in units of “cm”.
E225 [Encoder Pos Tol] indicates the desired position tolerance for the
system. This will determine how close the drive must be to the
commanded position before the drive will indicate “At Home” or “At
Position” in units of raw encoder pulses. This has no effect on the actual
positioning control of the motor.
Encoder Usage and Position StepLogic Application
F-5
Positioning Operation
Parameter E222 [Positioning Mode] must be set to properly match the
desired operation of the positioning function.
E222 [Positioning Mode] Options
0 “Time Steps” uses Step Logic times. This mode ignores the Step
Logic settings and moves through the steps (Step 0 to Step 7 and back to
Step 0) based on the times programmed into A150-A157 [Stp Logic
Time x]. This can be used when the desired position is based only on
time. In addition, this mode only accepts absolute positions in a positive
direction from “home”. This option provides an easy way to implement a
simple positioning program or to test the basic positioning setup. For
additional flexibility one of the other settings should be used.
1 “Preset Input” directly commands movement to any step based on the
status of the digital inputs programmed for “Preset Freq”. This setting
ignores the Step Logic Commands settings and instead the drive will
move directly to whatever step is currently commanded by A070-A077
[Preset Freq x] and E230-E244 [Step Units x]. This is useful when an
application needs direct access to any position step based on discrete
inputs. This mode moves in the forward direction from Home and is an
absolute move.
Important: Advanced Step Logic options such as incremental move are
not available in this mode.
2 “Step Logic” provides a highly flexible mode of operation. This can
be used to move through the steps (Step 0 to Step 7 and back to Step 0)
or can jump to a different step at any time based on time or the status of
digital inputs or communication commands. In this mode the drive
always starts at Step 0 of the Step Logic profile.
3 “Preset-StpL” is identical to option 2 “Step Logic” except the drive
will use the current status of the Preset Inputs to determine which Step
Logic step to begin. This only affects the initial step. After start, the drive
will move through the steps in the same manner as if setting 2 was
selected.
4 “StpLogic-Lst” is identical to option 2 “Step Logic” except the drive
will use the step prior to its last stop command to determine which Step
Logic step to begin. This only affects the initial step. After start, the drive
will move through the steps in the same manner as if option 2 was
selected. This allows a process to be stopped and then restarted at the
position where it stopped.
F-6
Encoder Usage and Position StepLogic Application
In all position modes, the following parameters will control the
characteristics at each step:
E230-E244 [Step Units x]
These are the number value to the left of the decimal (whole number) of
the 8 positions desired for an application, beginning with Step 0 (E230)
and continuing with each step until Step 7 (E244). For example, enter 2
into this parameter if you would like a commanded position of 2.77.
E231-E245 [Step Units F x]
These are the number value to the right of the decimal (the portion less
than 1) of the 8 positions desired for an application, beginning with Step
0 (E231) and continuing with each step until Step 7 (E245). For
example, enter 0.77 into this parameter if you would like a commanded
position of 2.77.
A070-A077 [Preset Freq x]
In Positioning mode, each preset frequency parameter defines the
maximum frequency the drive will run at during the corresponding step.
For example, if [Preset Freq 2] is set to 40Hz, the drive will accelerate to
40Hz maximum when moving to Position 2.
Frequency Source
Step Source
Position Source
A070 [Preset Freq 0]
A071 [Preset Freq 1]
A072 [Preset Freq 2]
A073 [Preset Freq 3]
A074 [Preset Freq 4]
A075 [Preset Freq 5]
A076 [Preset Freq 6]
A077 [Preset Freq 7]
A140 [Step Logic 0]
A141 [Step Logic 1]
A142 [Step Logic 2]
A143 [Step Logic 3]
A144 [Step Logic 4]
A145 [Step Logic 5]
A146 [Step Logic 6]
A147 [Step Logic 7]
E230 [Step Units 0]
E232 [Step Units 1]
E234 [Step Units 2]
E236 [Step Units 3]
E238 [Step Units 4]
E240 [Step Units 5]
E242 [Step Units 6]
E244 [Step Units 7]
Important: The default value for A070 [Preset Freq 0] is 0.00 Hz. This
value needs to be changed or the drive will not be able to
move during Step 0.
A150-A157 [Stp Logic Time x]
In Positioning mode, each Step Logic Time parameter defines the time
the drive will remain in each corresponding step if that step is
time-based. For example, if A152 [Stp Logic Time 2] is set to 5.0
seconds and that step is time-based, the drive will remain in Step 2 for
5.0 seconds. Note that this is the total time in that step, not the time at
that position. Therefore, it will include the time needed to accelerate,
run, and decelerate to that position.
Encoder Usage and Position StepLogic Application
F-7
A140-A147 [Stp Logic x] – When a positioning mode is selected that
utilizes the Step Logic functions these parameters allow additional
flexibility and control various aspects of each step. Note that in
Positioning mode these parameters have a different function than when
used for normal velocity Step Logic. Each of the 4 digits controls one
aspect of the each position step. The following is a listing of the
available settings for each digit:
Logic For Next Step
Logic to Jump to a Different Step
Different Step to Jump
Step Settings
Settings For Positioning (Digit 3)
Required
Accel/Decel
StepLogic
Setting
Param. Used
Output State
Off
Accel/Decel 1
0
Off
Accel/Decel 1
1
Off
Accel/Decel 1
2
Off
Accel/Decel 1
3
On
Accel/Decel 1
4
On
Accel/Decel 1
5
On
Accel/Decel 1
6
On
Accel/Decel 1
7
Off
Accel/Decel 2
8
Off
Accel/Decel 2
9
Off
Accel/Decel 2
A
Off
Accel/Decel 2
b
On
Accel/Decel 2
C
On
Accel/Decel 2
d
On
Accel/Decel 2
E
On
Accel/Decel 2
F
Settings (Digit 2)
0 = Jump to Step 0
1 = Jump to Step 1
2 = Jump to Step 2
3 = Jump to Step 3
4 = Jump to Step 4
5 = Jump to Step 5
6 = Jump to Step 6
7 = Jump to Step 7
8 = End Program (Normal Stop)
9 = End Program (Coast to Stop)
A = End Program and Fault (F2)
Digit 0
Digit 1
Digit 2
Digit 3
Direction
From Home
FWD
FWD
REV
REV
FWD
FWD
REV
REV
FWD
FWD
REV
REV
FWD
FWD
REV
REV
Type Of
Command
Absolute
Incremental
Absolute
Incremental
Absolute
Incremental
Absolute
Incremental
Absolute
Incremental
Absolute
Incremental
Absolute
Incremental
Absolute
Incremental
Settings (Digit 1 and Digit 0)
0 = Skip Step (Jump Immediately)
1 = Step Based on [Stp Logic Time x]
2 = Step if “Logic In1” is Active
3 = Step if “Logic In2” is Active
4 = Step if “Logic In1” is Not Active
5 = Step if “Logic In2” is Not Active
6 = Step if either “Logic In1” or “Logic In2” is Active
7 = Step if both “Logic In1” and “Logic In2” is Active
8 = Step if neither “Logic In1” or “Logic In2” is Active
9 = Step if “Logic In1” is Active and “Logic In2” is Not Active
A = Step if “Logic In2” is Active and “Logic In1” is Not Active
b = Step after [Stp Logic Time x] and “Logic In1” is Active
C = Step after [Stp Logic Time x] and “Logic In2” is Active
d = Step after [Stp Logic Time x] and “Logic In1” is Not Active
E = Step after [Stp Logic Time x] and “Logic In2” is Not Active
F = Do Not Step/Ignore Digit 2 Settings
Note: Incremental move commands will cause the drive to move the
amount specified based on the current position. Absolute commands are
always with reference to “Home”.
E246 [Pos Reg Filter] provides a low pass filter at the input of the
position regulator.
F-8
Encoder Usage and Position StepLogic Application
E247 [Pos Reg Gain] is a single adjustment for increasing or decreasing
the responsiveness of the position regulator. For faster response, the filter
should be reduced and/or the gain should be increased. For smoother
response with less overshoot, the filter should be increased and/or the
gain should be reduced. In general, the gain will have a larger effect on
most systems than the filter.
Homing Routine
This drive supports incremental encoders only. Therefore, when the drive
powers up it will reset the current position to zero. If this is known to be
correct the position routine can be started without further adjustment.
However, in most applications the drive will need to be “homed” after
each power-up and prior to starting the position routine.
This can be accomplished in one of the following two ways:
1. Manual Homing–Program the following drive parameters:
A051-A054 [Digital Inx Sel] = 36 “Pos Redefine”
Program one of the digital inputs to option 36 “Pos Redefine”. Then,
move the system into the home position via a run command, a jog
command, or by manually moving the system into the home position.
Then, toggle the “Pos Redefine” input. This will set the drive to
“Home” at its current position and d308 [Units Traveled H] and d309
[Units Traveled L] are set to zero. Alternately, the “Pos Redefine” bit
in E248 [Enh Control Word] can be toggled instead of utilizing a
digital input.
Important: The “Pos Redefine” input or bit must be returned to
inactive before starting the position routine. Otherwise
the drive will continuously read a position of “0”
(home) and the position routine will not function
correctly.
2. Automatic Homing to Limit Switch–Program the following drive
parameters:
A051-A054 [Digital Inx Sel] = 34 “Find Home”
Program one of the digital inputs to option 34 “Find Home”
A051-A054 [Digital Inx Sel] = 33 “Home Limit”
Program one of the digital inputs to option 33 “Home Limit”.
Normally, the “Home Limit” input would be wired to a proximity
switch or photo-eye and will indicate the system is in the home
position.
Encoder Usage and Position StepLogic Application
F-9
E223 [Find Home Freq]
This parameter sets the frequency the drive will use while it is
moving to the home position during the automatic homing routine.
E224 [Find Home Dir]
This parameter sets the direction the drive will use while it is moving
to the home position during the automatic homing routine.
To begin the automatic homing routine, activate the “Find Home” input
and then initiate a valid start command. The drive will then ramp to the
speed set in E223 [Find Home Freq] and in the direction set in E224
[Find Home Dir] until the digital input defined as “Home Limit” is
activated. If the drive passes this point too quickly it will then reverse
direction at 1/10th E223 [Find Home Freq] to the point where the Home
Limit switch reactivates. Approximately one second after the routine
finds home the drive will stop. Alternately, the “Find Home Freq” and/or
“Home Limit” bits in E248 [Enh Control Word] can be activated instead
of utilizing a digital input. The inputs or bits should be returned to
inactive after the routine is complete.
Important: After the position is reached the drive will stop. If the Find
Home is removed before the homing is complete, the drive
will begin running the position routine without the proper
home. In this case Home will not be reset and the position
will be in relation to the power up position.
Encoder and Position Feedback
Parameter d304 [Speed Feedback] and d305 [Speed Feedback F]
indicate the measured speed feedback or the calculated speed feedback
when no feedback device is selected. Parameter d304 [Speed Feedback]
is the number value to the left of the decimal (whole number) and d305
[Speed Feedback F] is the value to the right of the decimal (the portion
less than 1).
d306 [Encoder Speed]
Parameter d306 [Encoder Speed] and d307 [Encoder Speed F] indicate
the measured speed of the feedback device. This is useful if the encoder
is not used for motor speed control. However, the encoder must be used
for some purpose in order for [Encoder Speed] to indicate a value.
Parameter d306 is the number value to the left of the decimal (whole
number) and d307 is the number to the right of the decimal (the portion
less than 1).
F-10
Encoder Usage and Position StepLogic Application
d308 [Units Traveled]
Parameter d308 [Units Traveled H] and d309 [Units Traveled L] indicate
the current position of the system in terms of units away from Home.
Parameter d308 is the number value to the left of the decimal (whole
number) and d309 is the number to the right of the decimal (the portion
less than 1).
d301 [Drive Status 2]
Parameter d301 [Drive Status 2] indicates the status of the positioning
functions. The indication bits are:
Bit 0 “Dir Positive” indicates the current direction the drive has moved
from Home.
Bit 1 “At Position” indicates whether the drive is at its commanded
position. If the drive is within E225 [Encoder Pos Tol] of the
commanded position, this bit will be active.
Bit 2 “At Home” indicates whether the drive is at Home. If the drive is
within E225 [Encoder Pos Tol] of “Home”, this bit will be active.
Bit 3 “Drive Homed” indicates whether the drive has been homed since
power-up. This bit will be active once the drive has been homed either
manually or automatically. It will remain active until the next power
down.
Use Over Communications
If 8 steps are not adequate for the application or if dynamic program
changes are required, many of the positioning functions can be
controlled via an active communication network. The following
parameters will allow this control.
E207 [Comm Write Mode]
Repeated writes to parameters over a communication network can cause
damage to the drive EEPROM. This parameter allows the drive to accept
parameter changes without writing to the EEPROM.
Important: Parameter values set prior to setting option 1 “RAM only”
will be saved in drive non-volatile memory (EEPROM).
E249 [Cmd Stat Select]
Selects velocity-specific or position/fibers-specific Command and Status
Word bit definitions for use over a communication network.
Encoder Usage and Position StepLogic Application
F-11
E248 [Enh Control Word]
This parameter allows many of the positioning functions to be completed
via parameter control using an explicit message. This allows the
operation over communications instead of with hardware inputs. The bits
have the same functions as the digital input options of the same name.
Options relating to positioning are:
Bit 0 “Home Limit”
Bit 1 “Find Home”
Bit 2 “Hold Step”
Bit 3 “Pos Redefine”
E230-E244 [Step Units x]
All of the position steps can be written to while the drive is running. The
changes will take place at the next move. For example, if step 0 is
over-written while the drive is moving to step 0, the drive will move to
the previous commanded position at step 0. The next time the drive is
commanded to return to step 0 it will proceed to the new position. One
possible use of this capability is when an application requires full control
of the movement by a controller external to the drive. The Step Logic
program might be written to jump from step 0 back to step 0 when Input
1 is active. The controller could write any desired position to step 0 and
then toggle the input 1 bit of E248 [Enh Control Word] to cause the drive
to move to the new position. This allows almost unlimited flexibility and
can be used with absolute or incremental moves.
Setup Notes
The RA computer tools (DriveExplorer and DriveTools SP) can make
setup of the positioning functions much easier. Please refer to the latest
versions for additional tools or wizards which can aid in the setup.
F-12
Notes:
Encoder Usage and Position StepLogic Application
Appendix G
PID Set Up
PID Loop
The PowerFlex 40P has a built-in PID (proportional, integral,
differential) control loop. The PID loop is used to maintain a process
feedback (such as pressure, flow or tension) at a desired set point. The
PID loop works by subtracting the PID feedback from a reference and
generating an error value. The PID loop reacts to the error, based on the
PID Gains, and outputs a frequency to try to reduce the error value to 0.
To enable the PID loop, parameter A132 [PID Ref Sel] must be set to an
option other than 0 “PID Disabled”.
Exclusive Control and Trim Control are two basic configurations where
the PID loop may be used.
G-2
PID Set Up
Exclusive Control
In Exclusive Control, the Speed Reference becomes 0, and the PID
Output becomes the entire Freq Command. Exclusive Control is used
when A132 [PID Ref Sel] is set to option 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5. This
configuration does not require a master reference, only a desired set
point, such as a flow rate for a pump.
PID Loop
PID Ref
+
PID Fdbk
–
PID
Error
PID Prop Gain
+
PID Integ Time
+
PID
Output
Accel/Decel
Ramp
Freq
Command
+
PID Diff Rate
PID Enabled
Example
•
In a pumping application, the PID Reference equals the Desired
System Pressure set point.
•
The Pressure Transducer signal provides PID Feedback to the drive.
Fluctuations in actual system pressure, due to changes in flow, result
in a PID Error value.
•
The drive output frequency increases or decreases to vary motor
shaft speed to correct for the PID Error value.
•
The Desired System Pressure set point is maintained as valves in the
system are opened and closed causing changes in flow.
•
When the PID Control Loop is disabled, the Commanded Speed is
the Ramped Speed Reference.
PID Feedback =
Pressure Transducer Signal
Pump
PID Reference =
Desired System Pressure
PID Set Up
G-3
Trim Control
In Trim Control, the PID Output is added to the Speed Reference. In
Trim mode, the output of the PID loop bypasses the accel/decel ramp as
shown. Trim Control is used when A132 [PID Ref Sel] is set to option 6,
7, 8, 9 or 10.
P038 [Speed Reference]
PID Loop
PID Ref
+
PID Fdbk
–
PID
Error
Accel/Decel
Ramp
PID Prop Gain
+
PID Integ Time
+
PID
Output
+
+
Output
Freq
+
PID Diff Rate
PID Enabled
Example
•
In a winder application, the PID Reference equals the Equilibrium
set point.
•
The Dancer Pot signal provides PID Feedback to the drive.
Fluctuations in tension result in a PID Error value.
•
The Master Speed Reference sets the wind/unwind speed.
•
As tension increases or decreases during winding, the Speed
Reference is trimmed to compensate. Tension is maintained near the
Equilibrium set point.
0 Volts
PID Reference =
Equilibrium Set Point
PID Feedback =
Dancer Pot Signal
10 Volts
P038 [Speed Reference]
G-4
PID Set Up
PID Reference and Feedback
Parameter A132 [PID Ref Sel] is used to enable the PID mode (A132 = 0
“PID Disabled”) and to select the source of the PID Reference. If A132
[PID Ref Sel] is not set to 0 “PID Disabled”, PID can still be disabled by
select programmable digital input options (parameters A051-A054) such
as “Jog”, “Local” or “PID Disable”.
Table G.A A132 [PID Ref Sel] Options
Option
Description
0 “PID Disabled”
Disables the PID loop (default setting)
1 “PID Setpoint“
Selects Exclusive Control. A137 [PID Setpoint] will be used to set the
value of the PID Reference
2 “0-10V Input”
Selects Exclusive Control. Selects the 0-10V Input. Note that the PID will
not function with a bipolar analog input. It will ignore any negative
voltages and treat them like a zero.
3 “4-20mA Input”
Selects Exclusive Control. Selects the 4-20mA Input.
4 “Comm Port”
Selects Exclusive Control. The reference word from a communication
network (see Appendix C for details on the reference word) such as
Modbus RTU or DeviceNet becomes the PID Reference. The value sent
over the network is scaled so that P035 [Maximum Freq] x 10 = 100%
reference. For example, with [Maximum Freq] = 60 Hz, a value of 600
sent over the network would represent 100% reference.
5 “Encoder”
Selects Exclusive Control. Encoder or Pulse train will be used as an input
for the PID Reference.
6 “Setpnt, Trim”
Selects Trim Control. A137 [PID Setpoint] will be used to set the value of
the PID Reference.
7 “0-10V, Trim”
Selects Trim Control. Selects the 0-10V Input. Note that the PID will not
function with a bipolar analog input. It will ignore any negative voltages
and treat them like a zero.
8 “4-20mA, Trim”
Selects Trim Control. Selects the 4-20mA Input.
9 “Comm, Trim”
Selects Trim Control. The reference word from a communication network
(see Appendix C for details on the reference word) such as Modbus RTU
or DeviceNet becomes the PID Reference. The value sent over the
network is scaled so that P035 [Maximum Freq] x 10 = 100% reference.
For example, with [Maximum Freq] = 60 Hz, a value of 600 sent over the
network would represent 100% reference.
10 “Encoder,Trim”
Selects Trim Control. Encoder or Pulse train will be used as a trim input
for the PID Feedback
A133 [PID Feedback Sel] is used to select the source of the PID
feedback.
Table G.B A133 [PID Feedback Sel] Options
Option
Description
0 “0-10V Input”
Selects the 0-10V Input (default setting). Note that the PID will not
function with a bipolar analog input. It will ignore any negative voltages
and treat them like a zero.
1 “4-20mA Input“
Selects the 4-20mA Input.
2 “Comm Port”
The reference word from a communication network (see Appendix C of
the PowerFlex 40P User Manual for details on the reference word) such
as Modbus RTU or DeviceNet becomes the PID Feedback. The value
sent over the network is scaled so that P035 [Maximum Freq] x 10 =
100% Feedback. For example, with [Maximum Freq] = 60 Hz, a value of
600 sent over the network would represent 100% Feedback.
3 “Encoder”
Encoder or Pulse train will be used as an input for the PID Feedback.
PID Set Up
G-5
Analog PID Reference Signals
Parameters A110 [Anlg In 0-10V Lo] and A111 [Anlg In 0-10V Hi] are
used to scale or invert an analog PID Reference or PID Feedback.
Examples
Scale Function
For a 0-5 volt signal, the following parameter settings are used so that a 0
volt signal = 0% PID Reference and a 5 volt signal = 100% PID
Reference.
• A110 [Anlg In 0-10V Lo] = 0.0%
• A111 [Anlg In 0-10V Hi] = 50.0%
• A132 [PID Ref Sel] = 2 “0-10V Input”
12
Input Volts
10
8
6
4
2
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90 100
PID Reference (%)
Invert Function
For a 4-20mA signal, the following parameter settings are used so that a
20mA signal = 0% PID Reference and a 4mA signal = 100% PID
Reference.
• A112 [Anlg In4-20mA Lo] = 100.0%
• A113 [Anlg In4-20mA Hi] = 0.0%
• A132 [PID Ref Sel] = 3 “4-20mA Input”
4-20mA Input
24
20
16
12
8
4
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
PID Reference (%)
80
90 100
G-6
PID Set Up
PID Deadband
Parameter A138 [PID Deadband] is used to set a range, in percent, of the
PID Reference that the drive will ignore.
Example
•
[PID Deadband] is set to 5.0
•
The PID Reference is 25.0%
•
The PID Regulator will not act on a PID Error that falls between 20.0
and 30.0%
PID Preload
The value set in A139 [PID Preload], in Hertz, will be pre-loaded into
the integral component of the PID at any start or enable. This will cause
the drive’s frequency command to initially jump to that preload
frequency, and the PID loop starts regulating from there.
PID Enabled
PID Output
PID Pre-load Value
Freq Cmd
PID Pre-load Value > 0
PID Limits
A130 [PID Trim Hi] and A131 [PID Trim Lo] are used to limit the PID
output and are only used in trim mode. [PID Trim Hi] sets the maximum
frequency for the PID output in trim mode. [PID Trim Lo] sets the
reverse frequency limit for the PID output in trim mode. Note that when
the PID reaches the Hi or Lo limit, the PID regulator stops integrating so
that windup does not occur.
PID Set Up
G-7
PID Gains
The proportional, integral, and differential gains make up the PID
regulator.
•
A134 [PID Prop Gain]
The proportional gain (unitless) affects how the regulator reacts to
the magnitude of the error. The proportional component of the PID
regulator outputs a speed command proportional to the PID error. For
example, a proportional gain of 1 would output 100% of max
frequency when the PID error is 100% of the analog input range. A
larger value for [PID Prop Gain] makes the proportional component
more responsive, and a smaller value makes it less responsive.
Setting [PID Prop Gain] to 0.00 disables the proportional component
of the PID loop.
•
A135 [PID Integ Time]
The integral gain (units of seconds) affects how the regulator reacts
to error over time and is used to get rid of steady state error. For
example, with an integral gain of 2 seconds, the output of the integral
gain component would integrate up to 100% of max frequency when
the PID error is 100% for 2 seconds. A larger value for [PID Integ
Time] makes the integral component less responsive, and a smaller
value makes it more responsive. Setting [PID Integ Time] to 0.0
disables the integral component of the PID loop.
•
A136 [PID Diff Rate]
The Differential gain (units of 1/seconds) affects the rate of change
of the PID output. The differential gain is multiplied by the
difference between the previous error and current error. Thus, with a
large error the D has a large effect and with a small error the D has
less of an effect. This parameter is scaled so that when it is set to
1.00, the process response is 0.1% of [Maximum Freq] when the
process error is changing at 1% / second. A larger value for [PID Diff
Rate] makes the differential term have more of an effect and a small
value makes it have less of an effect. In many applications, the D
gain is not needed. Setting [PID Diff Rate] to 0.00 (factory default)
disables the differential component of the PID loop.
G-8
PID Set Up
Guidelines for Adjusting the PID Gains
1. Adjust the proportional gain. During this step it may be desirable to
disable the integral gain and differential gain by setting them to 0.
After a step change in the PID Feedback:
–
If the response is too slow increase A134 [PID Prop Gain].
–
If the response is too quick and/or unstable (see Figure G.1),
decrease A134 [PID Prop Gain].
–
Typically, A134 [PID Prop Gain] is set to some value below the
point where the PID begins to go unstable.
2. Adjust the integral gain (leave the proportional gain set as in Step 1).
After a step change in the PID Feedback:
–
If the response is too slow (see Figure G.2), or the PID Feedback
does not become equal to the PID Reference, decrease A135
[PID Integ Time].
–
If there is a lot of oscillation in the PID Feedback before settling
out (see Figure G.3), increase A135 [PID Integ Time].
3. At this point, the differential gain may not be needed. However, if
after determining the values for A134 [PID Prop Gain] and A135
[PID Integ Time]:
–
Response is still slow after a step change, increase A136 [PID
Diff Rate].
–
Response is still unstable, decrease A136 [PID Diff Rate].
PID Set Up
G-9
The following figures show some typical responses of the PID loop at
different points during adjustment of the PID Gains.
Figure G.1 Unstable
PID Reference
PID Feedback
Time
Figure G.2 Slow Response – Over Damped
PID Reference
PID Feedback
Time
Figure G.3 Oscillation – Under Damped
PID Reference
PID Feedback
Time
Figure G.4 Good Response – Critically Damped
PID Reference
PID Feedback
Time
G-10
Notes:
PID Set Up
Appendix H
Plate Drive Installation Instructions
Introduction
The PowerFlex 40P is available in a plate drive version without heatsink.
This is designed to allow mounting to a customer supplied heatsink. This
may be a large heatsink to be shared by multiple drives, a large thermal
mass that is part of a system, or some other heat-sinking system. Care
must be taken to insure the heatsink used provides adequate cooling for
the drive power components as well as a flat and clean surface for a
proper thermal interface.
General Requirements
The drive is designed to operate with the drive enclosed and the heatsink
exposed for improved cooling. Therefore, it is expected that the drive
control section will experience a higher ambient temperature than the
heatsink.
Table H.A Maximum Surrounding Air Temperature
Heatsink
Drive
40° C (104° F)
50° C (122° F)
Note that the standard 480V 11 kW (15 HP) drive includes an internal
inductor. This inductor cannot be included in the plate drive. Therefore,
this rating requires the use of an external DC inductor or an AC input
reactor as described in Table B.E on page B-3.
H-2
Plate Drive Installation Instructions
Heatsink Thermal Capacity
The heatsink provided must have the thermal capacity to cool the drive
under worst-case loading conditions as well as for short duration
overload conditions in the application. Refer to Table A.C on page A-5
for estimated watts loss data.
Table H.B Required Heatsink Degrees C/W Capabilities
Plate Drive Input Voltage kW (HP)
Heatsink °C/W Needed
230V AC
1.59
0.4 (0.5)
460V AC
0.75 (1.0)
0.88
1.5 (2.0)
0.56
2.2 (3.0)
0.35
3.7 (5.0)
0.23
5.5 (7.5)
0.18
7.5 (10)
0.13
0.4 (0.5)
2.06
0.75 (1.0)
1.17
1.5 (2.0)
0.73
2.2 (3.0)
0.47
3.7 (5.0)
0.26
5.5 (7.5)
0.25
7.5 (10)
0.20
11 (15)
0.13
Figure H.1 Approximate Heatsink Dimensions for One Drive without Heatsink Fan –
Dimensions are in millimeters and (inches)
C
B
A
Drive Frame Size A
B
C
B
214 (8.43)
250 (9.84)
63.1 (2.48)
C
300 (11.81)
325 (12.8)
138.2 (5.44)
Plate Drive Installation Instructions
H-3
Heatsink Surface and Flatness Requirements
The drive comes with a thermal pad designed to provide a good interface
between the drive and heatsink. However, in order for this to function
properly the mounting surface for the plate drive must be clean and free
of dirt, oil, and debris. It must be very flat and smooth and should have
no scratches, nicks, or gouges. All mounting holes must be clean and
deburred.
Table H.C Surface Requirements
Attribute
Requirement
Surface Finish
1.6 µM (Ra Method) Smoothness – Overall surface texture free from
imperfections (scratches, nicks, or gouges)
Description
Surface Flatness
-/+ 1.5 mil
Trueness – Free from warps, twists, and concavity
(depressions)
Figure H.2 Smoothness Tolerance and Surface Pad Thickness
+0.5 mil
–0.5 mil
5.0 mil
Figure H.3 Trueness Tolerance
+1.5 mil
–1.5 mil
H-4
Plate Drive Installation Instructions
Mounting Dimensions and Requirements
Refer to Figure B.5 on page B-11 for plate drive dimensions and
mounting hole locations.
Use the pattern illustrated in Step 3 below to gradually tighten all
mounting bolts to the recommend torque of 2.0 N-m (18 lb.-in.).
1
2
Isopropyl
Alcohol
3
4
2.0 N-m
(18 lb.-in.)
1
4
6
5
3
2
Verification
Once the drive is mounted, a worst-case test should be run to verify the
design. The drive should run at its maximum load conditions at the
highest expected surrounding air temperature. After four hours in this
condition, the temperature of the drive plate should be measured. It
should not exceed 75° C (167° F) at its hottest point. Also, parameter
b024 [Drive Temp] should be monitored and should not exceed 80° C
(176° F).
Index
A
AC Supply
Ground, 1-6
Source, 1-4
Ungrounded, 1-4
Advanced Display Group Parameters,
3-62
Advanced Program Group
Parameters, 3-15
Ambient Temperatures, 1-2
Armored Cable, 1-9
Auto Rstrt Tries Fault, 4-4
Auxiliary Input Fault, 4-3
B
Basic Display Group Parameters, 3-3
Basic Program Group Parameters,
3-9
Before Applying Power, 2-1, 2-2
Bus Capacitors, Discharging, P-3
C
Cable, Power, 1-9
Capacitors, Discharging, P-3
CE Conformity, 1-29
Checklist, Start-Up, 2-1, 2-2
Circuit Breakers
Input, 1-7
Comm Loss Fault, 4-4
Command Sources for Start and
Speed, 1-27
Common Bus, 1-13
Common Symptoms and Corrective
Action, 4-6
Contactors, Input, 1-13
Control Wire, 1-14
Control, 2 and 3 Wire, 1-22, 1-26
Conventions, Manual, P-2
Cover, Opening, 1-1
Cross Reference, Parameter
by Name, 3-66
D
Dimensions
Drive, B-7
Minimum Clearances, 1-2
DIP Switch Locations, 1-15
Discharging Bus Capacitors, P-3
Display, 2-3
Distribution Systems, Ungrounded,
1-4
Drive Frame Size, P-2, B-7
Drive Grounding, 1-6
Drive Overload Fault, 4-4
Drive Ratings, A-1
DriveExecutive, 3-1
DriveExplorer, 3-1
E
Earthing, see Grounding
EMC/RFI
Grounding, Filter, 1-7
Interference, 1-29
Enclosure Rating, Changing, 1-2
Encoder Interface, 1-18
Wire Routing, 1-18
Encoder Wiring, 1-19
Enhanced Program Group
Parameters, 3-49
ESD, Static Discharge, P-3
F
Fault Reset and Display, 2-3
Faults
Auto Rstrt Tries, 4-4
Auxiliary Input, 4-3
Comm Loss, 4-4
Drive Overload, 4-4
Ground Fault, 4-3
Heatsink OvrTmp, 4-3
HW OverCurrent, 4-3
I/O Board Fail, 4-5
Motor Overload, 4-3
Motor Stalled, 4-3
OverVoltage, 4-3
Parameter Checksum, 4-5
Phase Short, 4-4
Index-2
Phase to Ground Short, 4-4
Power Loss, 4-3
Power Unit, 4-4
SW OverCurrent, 4-4
UnderVoltage, 4-3
Filter, RFI, 1-7
Frame Designations, P-2, A-1, B-7
Fuses
Input, 1-7
Ratings, A-1
G
General Precautions, P-3
Ground Fault, 4-3
Grounding
Filter, 1-7
General, 1-6
H
Hardware Enable Circuitry
Enable Circuitry, 1-20
Heatsink OvrTmp Fault, 4-3
HW OverCurrent Fault, 4-3
I
I/O
Wiring, 1-13
Wiring Examples, 1-22, 1-26
I/O Board Fail Fault, 4-5
Input Contactor, 1-13
Input Fusing, 1-7
Input Potentiometer, 1-22
Input Power Conditioning, 1-5
Installation, 1-1
Integral Display, 2-3
Interference, EMC/RFI, 1-29
Internal Precharge, 1-13
L
Motor Overload Fault, 4-3
Motor Stalled Fault, 4-3
motor starter, 1-7
Mounting Options and Clearances,
1-2
MOVs, 1-4
O
Opening the Cover, 1-1
Operating Temperatures, 1-2
Operator Interface, 2-3
OverVoltage Fault, 4-3
P
Parameter
Descriptions, 3-1
Types, 3-1
Parameter Checksum Fault, 4-5
Parameter Cross Reference
by Name, 3-66
Parameters
Advanced Display Group, 3-62
Advanced Program Group, 3-15
Basic Display Group, 3-3
Basic Program Group, 3-9
Enhanced Program Group, 3-49
PE Ground, 1-6
Phase Short Fault, 4-4
Phase to Ground Fault, 4-4
Potentiometer, Wiring, 1-22
Power Cables/Wiring, 1-9
Power Conditioning, Input, 1-5
Power Loss Fault, 4-3
Power Unit Fault, 4-4
Powering Up the Drive, 2-1, 2-2
Precautions, General, P-3
Product Selection, B-1
Programming, 3-1
PTC Analog Input Wiring, 1-22
LEDs, 2-3
M
Minimum Clearances, 1-2
Motor Cable Length, 1-11
Motor Overload, 4-3
R
Ratings, A-1
Reflective Wave Protection, 1-11
Removing Cover, 1-1
Repeated Start/Stop, 1-13
Index-3
Repeated Start/Stop Precautions,
1-13
RFI, see EMC/RFI
RWR (Reflective Wave Reducer),
1-11
S
Safe Off Operation, 1-21
Safety Ground, 1-6
Shielded Power Cables, 1-9
Short Circuit Protection, 1-7
Software, 3-1
Start and Speed Reference Selection
and Control, 1-27, 1-28
Start/Stop, Repeated, 1-13
Start-Up Checklist, 2-1, 2-2
Static Discharge, ESD, P-3
Status LEDs, 2-3
Supply Source, AC, 1-4
SW OverCurrent Fault, 4-4
System Grounding, 1-6
T
Terminal Block
I/O, 1-14
Power, 1-12
Three Wire Control, 1-22, 1-26
Two Wire Control, 1-22, 1-26
U
UnderVoltage Fault, 4-3
Ungrounded Supply, 1-4
Unshielded Power Cables, 1-9
W
Watts Loss, A-5
Wire
Control, 1-14
Wiring, 1-1
Block Diagram, 1-15, 1-17
Encoder, 1-19
I/O, 1-13
I/O Examples, 1-22, 1-26
Potentiometer, 1-22
Power, 1-9
PTC Example, 1-22
Index-4
Notes:
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