Simplified manual Altivar 71W / E5

Altivar 71W / E5
Guide simplifié
Simplified manual
Kurzanleitung
Guía simplificada
Guida semplificata
09/2009
0,75 ... 75 kW (1 ... 100 HP) / 380 - 480 V
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Variateurs de vitesse
pour moteurs asynchrones
Variable speed drives for
asynchronous motors
Frequenzumrichter für
Asynchronmotoren
Variadores de velocidad
para motores asíncronos
Variatori di velocità
per motori asincroni
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Table of contents
Important information______________________________________________________
Before you begin _________________________________________________________
Steps for implementing the drive _____________________________________________
Preliminary recommendations _______________________________________________
Drive catalog numbers_____________________________________________________
Dimensions _____________________________________________________________
Mounting recommendations ________________________________________________
Opening the drive ________________________________________________________
Adding control or signaling units on the front of the drive __________________________
Position of the charging LED ________________________________________________
Wiring recommendations___________________________________________________
Terminals_______________________________________________________________
Connection diagrams______________________________________________________
Operation on an IT system _________________________________________________
Electromagnetic compatibility, wiring__________________________________________
Setup - Preliminary recommendations ________________________________________
Graphic display terminal ___________________________________________________
[1.1 SIMPLY START] (SIM-) menu ___________________________________________
Parameters that can be changed during operation or when stopped _________________
Faults - Causes - Remedies ________________________________________________
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43
44
45
46
48
50
51
51
52
53
54
55
60
63
64
67
68
70
74
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Important information
WARNING
Please read these instructions carefully and examine the device in order to familiarize yourself with it prior to
installation, operation or maintenance. The specific messages below can appear in the documentation or on the
device. They warn of potential dangers or draw your attention to information that can clarify or simplify a procedure.
This symbol on a hazard or warning label indicates a potential risk of electrocution, which can
result in bodily harm in the event of non-compliance with the accompanying instructions.
This symbol indicates a safety hazard. It warns of the potential risk of physical injury.
You must observe all safety instructions accompanied by this symbol in order to avoid situations that can result
in serious physical injury or even death.
ENGLISH
DANGER
DANGER indicates a dangerous situation that will result in death, serious physical injury or equipment damage.
WARNING
WARNING indicates a dangerous situation that can result in death, serious physical injury or equipment damage.
CAUTION
CAUTION indicates a potentially dangerous situation that might possibly result in bodily harm or equipment
damage.
IMPORTANT NOTE
Electrical equipment must only be serviced by qualified personnel. Schneider Electric will not accept any
responsibility for consequences associated with the use of this document. This document must not be used as a
training guide for beginners.
© 2005 Schneider Electric. All rights reserved.
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Before you begin
Read and understand these instructions before performing any procedure on this drive.
DANGER
RISK OF HAZARDOUS VOLTAGE
• Read and understand this manual before installing or operating the ATV71 drive. Installation, adjustment,
repair and maintenance must be performed by qualified personnel.
• The user is responsible for compliance with all international and national electrical standards in force
concerning protective grounding of all equipment.
• Many parts of this variable speed drive, including the printed circuit boards, operate at the line voltage.
DO NOT TOUCH.
Use only electrically insulated tools.
• DO NOT touch unshielded components or terminal strip screw connections with voltage present.
ENGLISH
• DO NOT short across terminals PA and PC or across the DC bus capacitors.
• Install and close all the covers before applying power or starting and stopping the drive.
• Before servicing the variable speed drive
- Disconnect all power.
- Place a “DO NOT TURN ON” label on the variable speed drive disconnect.
- Lock the disconnect in the open position.
• Disconnect all power including external control power that may be present before servicing the drive. Wait for
the charging LED to go off. WAIT 15 MINUTES to allow the DC bus capacitors to discharge. Then follow the
DC bus voltage measurement procedure on page 53 to verify that the DC voltage is less than 45 V. The drive
LEDs are not accurate indicators of the absence of DC bus voltage.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death, serious physical injury or equipment damage.
CAUTION
RISK OF IMPROPER DRIVE OPERATION
• If the drive is not powered up for a long period, the performance of its electrolytic capacitors will be reduced.
• If it is stopped for a prolonged period, turn the drive on every two years for at least 5 hours to restore the
performance of the capacitors, then check its operation. It is recommended that the drive is not connected
directly to the line voltage. The voltage should be increased gradually using an adjustable AC source.
Failure to follow this instruction can result in physical injury and/or equipment damage.
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Steps for implementing the drive
b1
Take delivery of the drive
• Check that the catalog number printed on the label is the same as that on the
purchase order.
• Remove the Altivar from its packaging and check that it has not been damaged in
transit.
b 2 Check the line voltage
• Check that the line voltage is compatible with the voltage range of the
drive.
b 3 Mount the drive (page 51)
• Mount the drive in accordance with the instructions in this
document.
ENGLISH
• Install any internal and external options.
b 4 Wire the drive (page 54)
• Connect the motor, ensuring that its connections correspond
to the voltage.
Steps 1 to 4 must
be performed with
the power off
• Connect the line supply, after making sure that the power is
off.
• Connect the control.
• Connect the speed reference.
b 5 Power up without run command
• If you are using a separate power supply for the control
section, follow the instructions on page 47.
b 6 Select the language, (page 68)
if the drive has a graphic
display terminal
b 7 Configure the [SIMPLY START]
(SIM-) menu (page 70)
• 2-wire or 3-wire control
• Macro configuration
• Motor parameters
Tip:
• Perform an auto-tuning operation to
optimize performance, page 73.
Note: Check that the wiring
of the drive is compatible
with its configuration.
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Perform an auto-tuning
operation
• Motor thermal current
• Acceleration and deceleration ramps
• Speed variation range
b 8 Start
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Preliminary recommendations
Handling and storage
To protect the drive prior to installation, handle and store the device in its packaging. Ensure that the ambient
conditions are acceptable.
WARNING
DAMAGED PACKAGING
If the packaging appears damaged, it can be dangerous to open and handle it.
Take precautions against all risks when performing this operation.
Failure to follow this instruction can result in death, serious physical injury or equipment damage.
ENGLISH
WARNING
DAMAGED EQUIPMENT
Do not operate or install any drive that appears damaged.
Failure to follow this instruction can result in death, serious physical injury or equipment damage.
Handling on installation
A hoist must be used with Altivar 71W and 71E5 drives; for this reason
they are supplied with handling "lugs". The precautions illustrated
opposite must be observed.
45°
max.
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Preliminary recommendations
Precautions
CAUTION
RISK OF INCOMPATIBILITY WITH THE LINE VOLTAGE
Before turning on and configuring the drive, ensure that the line voltage is compatible with the supply voltage range
shown on the nameplate. The drive may be damaged if the line voltage is not compatible.
Failure to follow this instruction can result in physical injury and/or equipment damage.
Separate control section power supply
DANGER
RISK OF UNINTENDED EQUIPMENT OPERATION
- Before turning on and configuring the Altivar 71, check that the PWR (POWER REMOVAL) input is
deactivated (at state 0) in order to prevent unintended operation.
- Before turning on or on exiting the configuration menus, check that the inputs assigned to the run command
are deactivated (at state 0) since they can cause the motor to start immediately.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death, serious physical injury or equipment damage.
If the safety of personnel requires the prohibition of unwanted or unintended starts, electronic locking is
performed by the Altivar 71's Power Removal function.
This function requires the use of connection diagrams conforming to category 3 of standard EN 954-1
and safety integrity level 2 according to IEC/EN 61508 (consult the catalog).
The Power Removal function takes priority over any run command.
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ENGLISH
When the drive control section is powered independently of the power section (P24 and 0 V terminals), whenever
an option card is added or replaced, only the power section must be supplied with power next time the drive is
powered up.
By default the new card would not be recognized and it would be impossible to configure it, thereby causing the
drive to lock in fault mode.
Drive catalog numbers
ATV71W - Three-phase supply voltage: 380…480 V 50/60 Hz
3-phase motor 380...480 V
Motor
Line supply
Drive
Power
indicated
on plate
(1)
Max. line current Maximum Apparent Max.
(2)
prospective power
inrush
line Isc
current
(3)
Max.
available
nominal
current In
(1)
380 V
480 V
60 s
2s
A
A
kA
kVA
A
A
A
A
0.75 1
3.7
3
5
2.4
19.2
2.3
3.5
3.8
ATV71W075N4 (U)
1.5
2
5.8
5.3
5
4.1
19.2
4.1
6.2
6.8
ATV71WU15N4 (U)
2.2
3
8.2
7.1
5
5.6
19.2
5.8
8.7
9.6
ATV71WU22N4 (U)
3
–
10.7
9
5
7.2
19.2
7.8
11.7
12.9
ATV71WU30N4 (U)
4
5
14.1
11.5
5
9.4
19.2
10.5
15.8
17.3
ATV71WU40N4 (U)
5.5
7.5
20.3
17
22
13.7
46.7
14.3
21.5
23.6
ATV71WU55N4 (U)
7.5
10
27
22.2
22
18.1
46.7
17.6
26.4
29
ATV71WU75N4 (U)
11
15
36.6
30
22
24.5
93.4
27.7
41.6
45.7
ATV71WD11N4 (U)
15
20
48
39
22
32
93.4
33
49.5
54.5
ATV71WD15N4 (U)
18.5 25
45.5
37.5
22
30.5
93.4
41
61.5
67.7
ATV71WD18N4 (U)
22
30
50
42
22
33
75
48
72
79.2
ATV71WD22N4 (U)
30
40
66
56
22
44.7
90
66
99
109
ATV71WD30N4 (U)
37
50
84
69
22
55.7
90
79
118.5 130
ATV71WD37N4 (U)
45
60
104
85
22
62.7
200
94
141
155
ATV71WD45N4 (U)
55
75
120
101
22
81.8
200
116
174
191
ATV71WD55N4 (U)
75
100
167
137
22
110
200
160
240
264
ATV71WD75N4 (U)
kW
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Altivar 71W
Max.
Reference (4) (5)
transient
current for (1)
HP
(1) These power ratings and currents are given for an ambient temperature of 50°C (122°F) at the factory-set
switching frequency, used in continuous operation (factory-set switching frequency of 4 kHz for ATV71W 075N4
to D30N4 and 2.5 kHz for ATV71W D37N4 to D75N4).
Above this factory setting, the drive will reduce the switching frequency automatically in the event of excessive
temperature rise. For continuous operation above the rated switching frequency, derate the rated drive current
(see the derating curves in our catalog).
(2) Current for the given motor power on a line supply with the "Max. prospective line Isc" indicated and for a drive
without any external options.
(3) Peak current on power-up for the max. voltage (480 V +10%).
(4) These drives can be ordered with a 24 V c power supply, allowing an additional consumption of 250 mA. In this
case, add A24 at the end of the catalog number.
For example, ATV 71W075N4 becomes ATV 71W075N4A24.
(5) ATVpppN4: IP54 drive (connection plate drilled for cable gland),
ATVpppN4U: UL Type 12 drive (connection plate for compliance with UL Type 12)
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Drive catalog numbers
ATV71E5 - Three-phase supply voltage: 380…480 V 50/60 Hz
Three-phase motor 380...480 V
Line supply
Drive
Power
indicated on
plate (1)
Max. line current Maximum Apparent Max. in
(2)
prospective power
rush
line Isc
current
(3)
Max.
available
rated
current In
(1)
Altivar 71E5
Max. transient Reference
current for (1)
380 V
480 V
60 s
2s
kW
HP
A
A
kA
kVA
A
A
A
A
0.75
1
3.7
3
5
2.4
19.2
2.3
3.5
3.8
ATV71E5075N4
1.5
2
5.8
5.3
5
4.1
19.2
4.1
6.2
6.8
ATV71E5U15N4
2.2
3
8.2
7.1
5
5.6
19.2
5.8
8.7
9.6
ATV71E5U22N4
3
–
10.7
9
5
7.2
19.2
7.8
11.7
12.9
ATV71E5U30N4
4
5
14.1
11.5
5
9.4
19.2
10.5
15.8
17.3
ATV71E5U40N4
5.5
7.5
20.3
17
22
13.7
46.7
14.3
21.5
23.6
ATV71E5U55N4
7.5
10
27
22.2
22
18.1
46.7
17.6
26.4
29
ATV71E5U75N4
11
15
36.6
30
22
24.5
93.4
27.7
41.6
45.7
ATV71E5D11N4
15
20
48
39
22
32
93.4
33
49.5
54.5
ATV71E5D15N4
18.5
25
45.5
37.5
22
30.5
93.4
41
61.5
67.7
ATV71E5D18N4
22
30
50
42
22
33
75
48
72
79.2
ATV71E5D22N4
30
40
66
56
22
44.7
90
66
99
109
ATV71E5D30N4
37
50
84
69
22
55.7
90
79
118.5 130
ATV71E5D37N4
45
60
104
85
22
62.7
200
94
141
155
ATV71E5D45N4
55
75
120
101
22
81.8
200
116
174
191
ATV71E5D55N4
75
100
167
137
22
110
200
160
240
264
ATV71E5D75N4
(1) These power ratings and currents are given for an ambient temperature of 50°C (122°F) at the factory-set
switching frequency, used in continuous operation (factory-set switching frequency of 4 kHz for ATV71E5 075N4
to D30N4 and 2.5 kHz for ATV71E5 D37N4 to D75N4).
Above this factory setting, the drive will reduce the switching frequency automatically in the event of excessive
temperature rise. For continuous operation above the rated switching frequency, derate the rated drive current
(see the derating curves in our catalog).
(2) Current for the given motor power on a line supply with the "Max. prospective line Isc" indicated and for a drive
without any external options.
(3) Peak current on power-up for the max. voltage (480 V +10%).
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ENGLISH
Motor
Dimensions
ATV71E5
4xØ
ENGLISH
c
H
b
b
H
K
K
ATV 71W
4xØ
G
=
c
=
=
a
ATV 71W
a
mm (in.)
b
mm (in.)
G
=
a
c
mm (in.)
G
mm (in.)
H
mm (in.)
K
Ø
mm (in.) mm (in.)
Weight
kg (lb.)
075N4 to U22N4 240
(9.45)
490
(19.29)
272
(10.71)
200
(7.87)
476
(18.74)
6
(0.23)
6
(0.23)
9
(20)
U30N4, U40N4
240
(9.45)
490
(19.29)
286
(11.26)
200
(7.87)
476
(18.74)
6
(0.23)
6
(0.23)
10
(22)
U55N4, U75N4
260
(10.24)
525
(20.67)
286
(11.26)
220
(8.66)
511
(20.12)
6
(0.23)
6
(0.23)
13
(29)
D11N4
295
(11.61)
560
(22.05)
315
(12.40)
250
(9.84)
544
(21.42)
8
(0.31)
6
(0.23)
17
(38)
D15N4, D18N4
315
(12.40)
665
(26.18)
315
(12.40)
270
(10.63)
647
(25.47)
10
(0.39)
6
(0.23)
26
(58)
D22N4
285
(11.22)
720
(28.35)
315
(12.40)
245
(9.65)
700
(27.56)
10
(0.39)
7
(0.28)
29
(64)
D30N4, D37N4
285
(11.22)
880
(34.65)
343
(13.50)
245
(9.65)
860
(33.86)
10
(0.39)
7
(0.28)
37
(82)
D45N4 to
D75N4
362
(14.25)
1000
(39.37)
364
(14.33)
300
(11.81)
975
(38.39)
10
(0.39)
9
(0.35)
62
(137)
ATV 71E5
a
mm (in.)
b
mm (in.)
c
mm (in.)
G
mm (in.)
H
mm (in.)
K
Ø
mm (in.) mm (in.)
Weight
kg (lb.)
075N4 to U22N4 240
(9.45)
490
(19.29)
296
(11.65)
200
(7.87)
476
(18.74)
6
(0.23)
6
(0.23)
10
(22)
U30N4, U40N4
240
(9.45)
490
(19.29)
310
(12.2)
200
(7.87)
476
(18.74)
6
(0.23)
6
(0.23)
11
(24)
U55N4, U75N4
260
(10.24)
525
(20.67)
310
(12.2)
220
(8.66)
511
(20.12)
6
(0.23)
6
(0.23)
14
(31)
D11N4
295
(11.61)
560
(22.05)
339
(13.4)
250
(9.84)
544
(21.42)
8
(0.31)
6
(0.23)
18
(40)
D15N4, D18N4
315
(12.40)
665
(26.18)
340
(13.4)
270
(10.63)
647
(25.47)
10
(0.39)
6
(0.23)
27
(60)
D22N4
285
(11.22)
720
(28.35)
335
(13.2)
245
(9.65)
700
(27.56)
10
(0.39)
7
(0.28)
30
(66)
D30N4, D37N4
285
(11.22)
880
(34.65)
383
(15.1)
245
(9.65)
860
(33.86)
10
(0.39)
7
(0.28)
38
(84)
D45N4 to
D75N4
362
(14.25)
1000
(39.37)
404
(16)
300
(11.81)
975
(38.39)
10
(0.39)
9
(0.35)
63
(139)
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Mounting recommendations
Depending on the conditions in which the drive is to be used, its installation will require certain precautions and the
use of appropriate accessories.
K K 100 mm
(3.94 in)
K ENGLISH
K 100 mm
(3.94 in)
Install the unit vertically:
• Do not place it close to heating elements.
• Leave sufficient free space to ensure that the air required for cooling purposes can circulate from the bottom to
the top of the unit.
Opening the drive
To open the drive, remove the front panel and disconnect the graphic display terminal's connection cable as shown
below:
DANGER
RISK OF HAZARDOUS VOLTAGE
• Before replacing the front panel and powering up the drive,
reconnect the two ends of the graphic display terminal's
connection cable in order to avoid the risk of contact with an item
of equipment connected to a power supply with a high voltage
rating.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death,
serious physical injury or equipment damage.
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Adding control or signaling units on the front of the
drive
One or two 22 mm diameter control or signaling units can be added on the front of the drive. These units must be
positioned as shown on the diagram and table below.
DANGER
RISK OF HAZARDOUS VOLTAGE
Check that there will be sufficient clearance distance between the equipment that has been added and the drive
when the front of the drive is closed.
ENGLISH
Failure to follow this instruction will result in death, serious physical injury or equipment damage.
ATV 71W/E5
A
mm
(in.)
B
mm
(in.)
C
mm
(in.)
Ø
mm
(in.)
075N4 to U22N4
60.5
(2.38)
80
(3.15)
30
(1.18)
22.3
(0.88)
U30N4, U40N4
60.5
(2.38)
80
(3.15)
30
(1.18)
22.3
(0.88)
U55N4, U75N4
60.5
(2.38)
80
(3.15)
30
(1.18)
22.3
(0.88)
D11N4
77
(3.03)
80
(3.15)
30
(1.18)
22.3
(0.88)
D15N4, D18N4
77
(3.03)
81
(3.19)
30
(1.18)
22.3
(0.88)
D22N4
73
(2.87)
119
(4.69)
30
(1.18)
22.3
(0.88)
D30N4, D37N4
69
(2.72)
218
(8.58)
30
(1.18)
22.3
(0.88)
D45N4 to D75N4
102
(4)
280
(11)
30
(1.18)
22.3
(0.88)
C
A
B
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Position of the charging LED
Before working on the drive, turn it off, wait until the red capacitor charging LED has gone out, then measure the
DC bus voltage.
Position of the capacitor charging LED
Position of the charging LED for
ATV71p D22N4 to D75N4 drives
Example: ATV71WD18N4
Example: ATV71WD55N4
ENGLISH
Position of the charging LED for
ATV71p 075N4 to D18N4 drives
Procedure for measuring the DC bus voltage
The DC bus voltage can exceed 1000 V c. Use a properly rated voltage sensing device when performing this
procedure. To measure the DC bus voltage:
1
2
3
4
Disconnect the drive power supply.
Wait for the capacitor charging LED to go out.
Wait 15 minutes to allow the DC bus capacitors to discharge.
Measure the voltage of the DC bus between the PA/+ and PC/- terminals to check whether the voltage is less
than 45 V c. See page 55 for the arrangement of the power terminals.
5 If the DC bus capacitors have not discharged completely, contact your local Schneider Electric representative
(do not repair or operate the drive).
DANGER
RISK OF HAZARDOUS VOLTAGE
Read and understand the instructions on page 44 before performing this procedure.
Failure to follow this instruction will result in death, serious physical injury or equipment damage.
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Wiring recommendations
Power
The drive must be connected to the protective ground. To comply with regulations in force concerning high leakage
currents (above 3.5 mA), use at least a 10 mm² (AWG 6) protective conductor or 2 protective conductors with the
same cross-section as the power section AC supply conductors.
DANGER
RISK OF HAZARDOUS VOLTAGE
Ground equipment using the provided ground connecting point as shown in the figure below. The drive panel must
be properly grounded before power is applied.
ENGLISH
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death, serious physical injury or equipment damage.
Check whether the resistance of the protective ground is one ohm or less. Connect a
number of variable speed drives to the protective ground, as shown opposite.
Do not lay protective grounding cables in a loop or in series.
WARNING
IMPROPER WIRING PRACTICES
• The ATV71 drive will be damaged if input line voltage is applied to the output terminals (U/T1,V/T2,W/T3).
• Check the power connections before energizing the ATV71 drive.
• If replacing another drive, verify that all wiring connections to the ATV71 drive comply with all wiring instructions
in this manual.
Failure to follow this instruction can result in death, serious physical injury or equipment damage.
When upstream protection by means of a "residual current device" is required by the installation standards, a
type A device should be used for single phase drives and type B for 3-phase drives. Choose a suitable model
integrating:
• HF current filtering
• A time delay which prevents tripping caused by the load from stray capacitance on power-up. The time delay is
not possible for 30 mA devices. In this case, choose devices with immunity against nuisance tripping, for
example "residual current devices" with reinforced immunity from the s.i range (Merlin Gerin brand).
If the installation includes several drives, provide one "residual current device" per drive.
WARNING
RISK OF INAPPROPRIATE OVERCURRENTS
• Overcurrent protective devices must be properly coordinated.
• The Canadian Electricity Code and the National Electrical Code require branch circuit protection. Use the fuses
recommended on the drive nameplate to achieve published short-circuit current ratings.
• Do not connect the drive to a power feeder whose short-circuit capacity exceeds the drive short-circuit current
rating listed on the drive nameplate.
Failure to follow this instruction can result in death, serious physical injury or equipment damage.
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Access to terminals
The diagrams below illustrate the location of the various terminals on the drive:
Example: ATV71E5D18N4
Example: ATV71WD18N4
Control terminals
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Power terminals
Functions of power terminals
Terminals
t
R/L1 - S/L2 - T/L3
PO
PA/+
PB
PC/U/T1 - V/T2 - W/T3
Function
Protective ground connection terminal
Power section AC supply
DC bus + polarity
Output to braking resistor (+ polarity)
Output to braking resistor
DC bus - polarity
Outputs to the motor
Only remove the link between PO and PA/+ if a DC choke has been added. The PO and PA/+ terminal
screws must always be fully tightened as a high current flows through the commoning link.
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Characteristics of power terminals
Maximum
wire size
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ATV71W
Tightening
torque
mm²
AWG
075N4 ... U40N4
4
8
kcmils
1.4 (12.3)
U55N4, U75N4
6
6
1.4 (12.3)
D11N4
16
4
3 (26.5)
D15N4, D18N4
35
2
5.4 (47.7)
D22N4 ... D37N4
50
1/0
D45N4 ... D75N4
150
24 (212)
300
R/L1 - S/L2 - T/L3 terminals
Maximum wire
size
ATV71E5
25 (220)
Other terminals
Tightening
torque
Maximum wire
size
kcmils
Tightening
torque
mm²
AWG
Nm (lb.in)
mm²
AWG
075N4 ... U40N4
10
8
2.1 (18.3)
4
8
1.4 (12.3)
U55N4, U75N4
25
4
5.6 (50)
6
6
1.4 (12.3)
D11N4
25
4
5.6 (50)
16
4
3 (26.5)
D15N4, D18N4
25
4
5.6 (50)
35
2
5.4 (47.7)
D22N4
25
4
5.6 (50)
50
1/0
24 (212)
D30N4 ... D37N4
95
3/0
22.6 (200)
50
1/0
D45N4 ... D75N4
95
3/0
22.6 (200)
150
56
kcmils
Nm (lb.in)
Nm (lb.in)
24 (212)
300
25 (220)
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Terminals for additional internal 24 V supply on the ATV71WpppppA24
Example: ATV71WD45N4A24
Terminals for internal 24 V supply:
• E0: 0 V
• E24: + 24 V
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- Maximum wire size:
2.5 mm² - AWG 12
- Maximum tightening torque:
0.5 Nm - 4.43 lb.in
Removing the control terminal card
To make it easier to wire the drive control section, the control terminal card can be removed:
1 Undo the screw until the spring is fully extended.
2 Remove the card by sliding it downwards.
CAUTION
IMPROPERLY SECURED TERMINAL CARD
When replacing the control terminal card, it is essential to fully tighten the captive screw.
Failure to follow this instruction can result in physical injury and/or equipment damage.
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Arrangement of the control terminals
Logic input switch
Source
SW1
Sink
AO1
AI2
COM
+10
AI1+
AI1COM
R1C
R2A
R2C
SW2
R1A
R1B
Factory setting:
Source
Ext
Int
LI6 input switch
Factory setting: LI
LI5
LI6
+24
PWR
LI2
LI3
LI4
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P24
0V
LI1
PTC LI
RJ45
RJ45 connector
• Maximum wire size: 2.5 mm² - AWG 14
• Maximum tightening torque: 0.6 Nm - 5.3 lb.in
Note: The ATV71 is supplied with a link between the PWR and +24 terminals.
Characteristics and functions of the control terminals
Terminals
R1A
R1B
R1C
R2A
R2C
Function
Common point C/O contact
(R1C) of programmable relay
R1
N/O contact of programmable
relay R2
Electrical characteristics
• Minimum switching capacity: 3 mA for 24 V c
• Maximum switching capacity on resistive load:
5 A for 250 V a or 30 V c
• Maximum switching current on inductive load
(cos ϕ = 0.4 L/R = 7 ms):
2 A for 250 V a or 30 V c
+10
+ 10 V c power supply for
reference potentiometer
1 to 10 kΩ
Differential analog input AI1
• + 10 V c (10.5 V ± 0.5 V)
• 10 mA max.
Analog I/O common
Depending on software
configuration:
Analog voltage or current input
0V
• Analog input 0 to + 10 V c
(max. safe voltage 24 V), impedance 30 kΩ
or
• Analog input X - Y mA, X and Y can be programmed from 0 to
20 mA impedance 250 Ω
• Analog output 0 to +10 V c, min. load impedance 50 kΩ
or
• Analog output X - Y mA, X and Y can be programmed from 0 to
20 mA max. load impedance 500 Ω
• + 24 V c (min. 19 V, max. 30 V)
• Power 30 W
0V
AI1+
AI1 COM
AI2
AO1
P24
0V
LI1 to LI5
Depending on software
configuration:
Analog voltage or current
output
Input for external +24 V c
control section power supply
Logic input common and 0V of
P24 power supply
Programmable logic inputs
LI6
Depending on the position of
the SW2 switch: LI or PTC
+24
Power supply
PWR
Power Removal safety
function input
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• - 10 to + 10 V c (max. safe voltage 24 V)
• + 24 V c (max. 30 V)
• Impedance 3.5 kΩ
SW2 = LI:
• Same characteristics as logic inputs LI1 to LI5
SW2 = PTC:
• Trip threshold 3 kΩ, reset threshold 1.8 kΩ
• Short-circuit detection threshold < 50 Ω
SW1 switch in Source or Sink Int position:
• Internal + 24 V c power supply
• 200 mA max.
SW1 switch in Sink Ext position:
• Input for external + 24 V c power supply for the logic inputs
• 24 V c (max. 30 V)
• Impedance 1.5 kΩ
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Characteristics and functions of the terminals: VW3A3201 option card
Maximum wire size: 1.5 mm² - AWG 16
Maximum tightening torque: 0.25 Nm - 2.21 lb.in
R3A to LI10: Same characteristics as for the control card.
Function
PTC probe input
CLO
0V
Logic output common
0V
Open collector programmable
logic outputs
Electrical characteristics
• Trip threshold 3 kΩ, reset threshold 1.8 kΩ
• Short-circuit detection threshold < 50 Ω
• +24 V c (max. 30 V)
• Max. current 200 mA for internal power supply and 200 mA
for external power supply
0V
Characteristics and functions of the terminals: VW3A3202 option card
Maximum wire size: 1.5 mm² - AWG 16. Maximum tightening torque: 0.25 Nm - 2.21 lb.in
R4A to LI14: Same characteristics as for the control card.
Terminals
TH2 +
TH2 RP
Function
PTC probe input
LO3
LO4
Open collector programmable
logic outputs
CLO
0V
Logic output common
0V
Frequency input
Electrical characteristics
• Trip threshold 3 kΩ, reset threshold 1.8 kΩ
• Short-circuit detection threshold < 50 Ω
• Frequency range 0 ... 30 kHz
• Maximum input voltage 30 V, 15 mA
• Add a resistor if the input voltage is greater than 5 V
(510 Ω for 12 V, 910 Ω for 15 V, 1.3 kΩ for 24 V)
• State 0 if < 1.2 V, state 1 if > 3.5 V
• + 24 V c (max. 30 V)
• Max. current 20 mA for internal power supply and 200 mA for
external power supply
0V
Characteristics and functions of the terminals: Encoder interface card
Maximum wire size: 1.5 mm² - AWG 16
Maximum tightening torque: 0.25 Nm - 2.21 lb.in
Terminals
Function
Electrical characteristics
VW3 A3 401
• 5 V c (max. 5.5 V c) protected
against short-circuits and overloads
• Max. current 200 mA
• Max. resolution: 5000 points/rev
• Max. frequency: 300 kHz
+Vs
0Vs
A, /A
B, /B
Encoder
power
supply
Incremental
logic inputs
Terminals
Function
+Vs
0Vs
Encoder
power
supply
Electrical characteristics
VW3 A3 403, VW3 A3 405
• 12 V c (max. 13 V c) protected
against short-circuits and overloads
• Max. current 175 mA
A, /A
B, /B
Incremental
logic inputs
• Max. resolution: 5000 points/rev
• Max. frequency: 300 kHz
VW3 A3 402, VW3 A3 404, VW3 A3 406
• 15 V c (max. 16 V c) protected
against short-circuits and overloads
• Max. current 175 mA
VW3 A3 407
• 24 V c (min. 20 V c, max. 30 V c)
protected against short-circuits and
overloads
• Max. current 100 mA
Type of incremental encoder outputs to be used
• RS422 outputs: VW3 A3 401 - VW3 A3 402
• Open collector outputs: VW3 A3 403 - VW3 A3 404
• "Push-pull" outputs: VW3 A3 405 - VW3 A3 406 - VW3 A3 407
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Terminals
TH1+
TH1LO1
LO2
Connection diagrams
Diagrams conforming to standards EN 954-1 category 1, IEC/EN 61508
capacity SIL1, stopping category 0 in accordance with IEC/EN 60204-1
,
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-
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Three phase power supply with upstream breaking via contactor
0 %
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-
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Choice of associated components: Please
refer to the catalog.
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(1) Line choke, if used
(2) Fault relay contacts for remote signalling of
the drive status
(3) Connection of the logic input common
depends on the position of the SW1 switch
(4) Software-configurable current (0…20 mA)
or voltage (0…10 V) analog input
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Note: Install interference suppressors on all
inductive circuits near the drive or connected on
the same circuit, such as relays, contactors,
solenoid valves, fluorescent lighting, etc.
"
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"+" CAUTION
IMPROPER USE OF A BRAKING RESISTOR
• Only use the braking resistance values recommended in our catalogs.
• Wire a thermal overload relay in the sequence or configure the braking resistor protection (please refer to the
Programming Manual) so that the drive power section AC supply is disconnected in the event of a fault.
Failure to follow this instruction can result in physical injury and/or equipment damage.
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Connection diagrams
Control connection diagrams
Control card connection diagram
A1
COM
AO1
COM
AI 2
AI1-
AI1+
+10
0V
LI6
LI5
LI4
LI3
LI2
LI1
+24
PWR
ATV71ppppp
0 ± 10 V
or
X-Y mA
Logic input switch (SW1)
The logic input switch (SW1) is used to adapt the operation of the logic inputs to the technology of the
programmable controller outputs.
• Set the switch to Source (factory setting) if using PLC outputs with PNP transistors.
• Set the switch to Sink Int or Sink Ext if using PLC outputs with NPN transistors.
Internal power supply
SW1 switch set to "Sink Int" position
SW1
0V
LI6
LI5
LI3
LI4
LI1
Int
0V
LI6
LI5
LI3
LI4
LI1
ATV71ppppp
Ext
Sink
LI2
Int
A1
Source
ATV71ppppp
Ext
+24
Sink
+24
A1
Source
SW1
LI2
SW1 switch set to "Source" position
External power supply
SW1 switch set to "Sink Ext" position
+24 V
+24 V
0V
0V
LI6
0V
LI5
LI4
LI3
Int
0V
LI6
LI5
LI4
LI3
LI2
+24
ATV71ppppp
Ext
LI1
SW1
Sink
Int
A1
Source
ATV71ppppp
Ext
LI1
Sink
+24
A1
Source
SW1
LI2
SW1 switch set to "Source" position
WARNING
RISK OF UNINTENDED EQUIPMENT OPERATION
When the SW1 switch is set to "Sink Int" or "Sink Ext", the common must never be connected to ground or the
protective ground, as there is then a risk of unintended operation on the first insulation fault.
Failure to follow this instruction can result in death, serious physical injury or equipment damage.
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Reference
potentiometer
Connection diagrams
Bipolar speed reference
A1
VW3A3 20p
-10
COM
AI1-
+10
AI1+
ATV71ppppp
SW2 switch
The LI6 logic input switch (SW2) makes it possible to use the LI6 input:
- Either as a logic input by setting the switch to LI (factory setting)
- Or for motor protection via PTC probes by setting the switch to PTC
0V
ATV71ppppp
LI6
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A1
SW2
PTC LI
Control power supply via an external source
The control card can be powered by an external +24 V c supply
A1
ATV71ppppp
0V
P24
0V
+24 V
Connection diagrams for option cards
Please refer to the Installation Manual on the CD-ROM supplied with the drive.
Additional internal 24 V supply on ATV71WppppppA24
The 24 V supply is provided by the drive's DC bus.
A1
ATV71ppppp
0V
Internal 24 V supply
E0
E24
+ 24 V
0V
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Operation on an IT system
IT system: Isolated or impedance grounded neutral.
Use a permanent insulation monitor compatible with non-linear loads, such as a Merlin Gerin type XM200 or
equivalent.
Altivar 71p drives feature built-in RFI filters. These filters must be isolated from ground for operation on an IT
system as follows:
A jumper must be set to disconnect the filters on all ATV71ppppN4 drives, with the exception of ATV71pD22N4
drives, which have two jumpers head-to-tail.
These jumpers are located on the bottom left near to terminal L1.
Example: ATV71WD22N4
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Example: ATV71WD18N4
Filter connected
Filter disconnected
On ATV71WpppA24 drives, do not move the 24 V power supply jumper, which is factory-set to disconnected.
CAUTION
RISK OF DRIVE OVERHEATING
On ATV71p075N4 to U40N4 drives, when the filters are disconnected, the drive switching frequency must not
exceed 4 kHz. Please refer to the Programming Manual for the corresponding parameter setting.
Failure to follow this instruction can result in physical injury and/or equipment damage.
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Electromagnetic compatibility, wiring
Principle and precautions
• Grounds between drive, motor and cable shielding must have "high frequency" equipotentiality.
• Use of shielded cables with shielding connected to ground at both ends for the motor cables, braking resistor (if
used) and control-signal cables. Metal ducting or conduit can be used for part of the shielding length provided
that there is no break in continuity.
• Keep the control circuits away from the power circuits. For control and speed reference circuits, we recommend
using shielded twisted cables with a pitch of between 25 and 50 mm (0.98 and 1.97 in.)
• Ensure maximum separation between the power supply cable (line supply) and the motor cable.
• The motor cables must be at least 0.5 m (20 in.) long.
• Do not use surge arresters or power factor correction capacitors on the variable speed drive output.
• The HF equipotential ground connection between the drive, motor and cable shielding does not remove the need
to connect the PE protective conductors (green-yellow) to the appropriate terminals on each unit.
Connection plates:
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There are connection plates on the lower sections of the variable speed drives.
ATV71E5ppppp drives:
The plates have 10 or 11 drilled holes, depending on the rating, to allow cables to be routed through them via cable
glands. Five cable glands (one of which is metal, for use with the shielded motor cable) and a number of plugs are
supplied in a bag.
ATV71Wppppp drives:
The plates have 3 drilled holes in order to allow the main cables to be routed through them via cable glands. The
cable glands must be ordered separately; they are not supplied with the drive.
Example:
ATV71pD18N4
E
A
D
F
C G
H
I
J
B
A: Drilled hole for line supply cable
B: Drilled hole for shielded motor cable (use a metal
cable gland)
C: Drilled hole for control cable
The plates also feature markings should drilled holes
be required for:
D: DC bus or braking resistor cable
E: Communication option cable
F, G, H, I, J: Control cables
Diameters of holes for ATV71Wppppp
IP54 drive plates
ATV71W
UL Type 12 drive plates
A
mm (in)
B
mm (in)
C
mm (in)
A
mm (in)
B
mm (in)
C
mm (in)
075N4 to U40N4
20.5 (0.81)
25.5 (1.00)
16.4 (0.65)
27 (1.063)
27 (1.063)
35 (1.375)
U55N4 to U75N4
20.5 (0.81)
25.5 (1.00)
16.4 (0.65)
35 (1.375)
35 (1.375)
35 (1.375)
D11N4 to D18N4
32.5 (1.28)
32.5 (1.28)
16.4 (0.65)
43 (1.688)
43 (1.688)
35 (1.375)
D22N4
40.5 (1.60)
40.5 (1.60)
16.4 (0.65) 49.2 (1.938) 49.2 (1.938)
35 (1.375)
D30N4 to D37N4
50.5 (1.99)
40.5 (1.60)
16.4 (0.65) 61.9 (2.438) 61.9 (2.438)
35 (1.375)
D45N4 to D75N4
63.5 (2.50)
50.5 (1.99)
16.4 (0.65) 74.6 (2.938) 74.6 (2.938)
35 (1.375)
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Electromagnetic compatibility, wiring
Installation diagram, control cables
ATV71p 075N4 to D18N4
Fix and ground the shielding of cables 2, 3 and 5 as close as possible to the drive:
- Strip the cable to expose the shielding.
- Use stainless metal cable clamps on the parts from which the shielding has been stripped, to attach them to
the plate 1.
- The shielding must be clamped tightly enough to the metal sheet to ensure proper contact.
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Example:
1
4
2
5
3
1 Grounded casing
2 Shielded cables for connecting the control-signal section. For applications requiring several conductors, use
cables with a small cross-section (0.5 mm2 - AWG 20).
3 Shielded cables for connecting the encoder
4 Non-shielded wires for relay contact output
5 Shielded cables for connecting the "Power Removal" safety function input
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Electromagnetic compatibility, wiring
Installation diagram, control cables
ATV71p D22N4 to D75N4
Fix and ground the shielding of cables 1, 2 and 3 as close as possible to the drive:
• Strip the cable to expose the shielding.
• Use stainless metal cable clamps to attach the parts from which the shielding has been stripped.
• The shielding must be clamped tightly enough to the metal sheet to ensure proper contact.
1Shielded cables for connecting the control-signal
section.
For applications requiring several conductors, use
cables with a small cross-section (0.5 mm2 AWG 20).
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2Shielded cables for connecting the "Power Removal"
safety function input
3Shielded cables for connecting the encoder
4Unshielded wires for the relay contact output
1
2
3
4
Mounting and connecting the shielded motor cable with metal cable gland
(not supplied with the drive):
•
•
•
•
Prepare the shielded cable by stripping both ends ready for connection.
Loosen the cover of the cable gland.
Attach the shielded cable to the cable gland ensuring it is fully in contact (throughout 360°).
Fold back the shielding and clamp it between the ring and the body of the cable gland, and tighten the cover.
Shielding
Shielding
Tapered ring
Rubber bush
Cover
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Setup - Preliminary recommendations
Drive settings (factory configuration)
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The Altivar 71 is factory-set for the most common operating conditions:
• Macro configuration: Start/Stop
• Motor frequency: 50 Hz
• Constant torque application, with sensorless flux vector control
• Normal stop mode on deceleration ramp
• Stop mode in the event of a fault: Freewheel
• Linear, acceleration and deceleration ramps: 3 seconds
• Low speed: 0 Hz
• High speed: 50 Hz
• Motor thermal current = rated drive current
• Standstill injection braking current = 0.7 x rated drive current, for 0.5 seconds
• No automatic starts after a fault
• Switching frequency 2.5 kHz or 4 kHz depending on drive rating
• Logic inputs:
- LI1: Forward, LI2: Forward (2 operating direction), 2-wire control on transition
- LI3, LI4, LI5, LI6: Inactive (not assigned)
• Analog inputs:
- AI1: Speed reference 0 +/-10 V
- AI2: 0-20 mA, inactive (not assigned)
• Relay R1: The contact opens in the event of a fault (or drive off).
• Relay R2: Inactive (not assigned)
• Analog output AO1: 0-20 mA, inactive (not assigned)
If the above values are compatible with the application, the drive can be used without changing the settings.
Option card factory settings
The option card inputs/outputs are not factory-set.
Power switching via line contactor
CAUTION
RISK OF EQUIPMENT DAMAGE
• Avoid operating the contactor frequently (premature ageing of the filter capacitors).
• Cycle times < 60 s can result in damage to the precharge resistor.
Failure to follow this instruction can result in physical injury and/or equipment damage.
Starting
Important:
In factory settings mode, the motor can only be supplied with power once the "forward", "reverse" and "DC injection
stop" commands have been reset in the following instances: On power-up or a manual fault reset or after a stop
command.
If they have not been reset, the drive will display "nSt" and will not start.
Test on low-power motor or without motor, use of motors in
parallel
Consult the CD-ROM supplied with the drive.
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Graphic display terminal
Description of terminal
1 Graphic display
2 F1, F2, F3, F4
function keys
7 ESC key:
Aborts a value,
a parameter or
a menu to return
to the previous selection
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3 STOP/
RESET button
4 RUN button
6 Button for reversing
the motor direction
of rotation
5 Navigation button:
• Press (ENT):
- To save the current value
- To enter the selected menu or parameter
• Turn CW/CCW: - To increment or decrement a value
- To go to the next or previous line
- To increase or decrease the reference if
control via the display terminal is activated
Note: Buttons 3, 4, 5 and 6 can be used to control the drive directly, if control via the terminal is activated.
Drive state codes:
-
ACC: Acceleration
CLI: Current limiting
CTL: Controlled stop on input phase loss
DCB: DC injection braking in progress
DEC: Deceleration
FLU: Motor fluxing in progress
FRF: Drive at fallback speed
FST: Fast stop
NLP: No line power (no line supply on L1, L2, L3)
NST: Freewheel stop
OBR: Auto-adapted deceleration
PRA: Power Removal function active (drive locked)
RDY: Drive ready
RUN: Drive running
SOC: Controlled output cut in progress
TUN: Auto-tuning in progress
USA: Undervoltage alarm
The first time the drive is powered up, the user will automatically be guided through the menus as far as [1. DRIVE
MENU].
The parameters in the [1.1 SIMPLY START] submenu must be configured and auto-tuning performed before the
motor is started up.
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Graphic display terminal
Only the [1.1 SIMPLY START] menu is described in this document. To find out the content of the other
menus, consult the CD-ROM supplied with the drive.
Display for 3 seconds following power-up
ATV 71W075N4
0.75 kW/1 HP 380/480 V
Config. no.1
3 seconds
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5 LANGUAGE
English
Français
Deutsch
Español
Italiano
Switches to [5 LANGUAGE] menu automatically.
Select the language and press ENT.
Chinese
RDY
Term +0.00Hz
2 ACCESS LEVEL
REM
Basic
Standard
Advanced
Expert
Switches to [2 ACCESS LEVEL] menu
(consult the CD-ROM supplied with the drive)
Select the access level and press ENT.
RDY
Term +0.00Hz REM
1 DRIVE MENU
1.1 SIMPLY START
1.2. MONITORING
1.3. SETTINGS
1.4. MOTOR CONTROL
1.5. INPUTS / OUTPUTS CFG
Code
<<
>>
T/K
Switches to [1 DRIVE MENU]
(consult the CD-ROM supplied with the drive)
ESC
RDY
Term +0.00Hz
MAIN MENU
1 DRIVE MENU
2 ACCESS LEVEL
3 OPEN / SAVE AS
4 PASSWORD
5 LANGUAGE
Code
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REM
Press ESC to return to [MAIN MENU]
T/K
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[1.1 SIMPLY START] (SIM-) menu
The [1.1-SIMPLY START] (SIM-) menu can be used for fast startup, which is sufficient for the majority of
applications.
Note: The parameters of the [1.1 SIMPLY START] (SIM-) menu must be entered in the order in which they
appear, as the later ones are dependent on the first ones.
For example [2/3 wire control] (tCC) must be configured before any other parameters.
Macro configuration
Macro configuration provides a means of speeding up the configuration of functions for a specific field of
application.
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Selecting a macro configuration assigns the Inputs/Outputs in this macro configuration.
Input/
output
AI1
[Start/
Stop]
[Ref.1
channel]
[M.
handling]
[Ref.1
channel]
[Gen.
Use]
[Ref.1
channel]
AI2
[No]
AO1
[Motor
freq.]
[No
drive flt]
[No]
[Forward]
[Summing
ref. 2]
[Motor freq.]
[No drive flt]
[Summing
[No]
ref. 2]
[Motor
[Motor freq.]
freq.]
[No drive flt] [No drive flt]
[No]
[Forward]
[No]
[Forward]
[Reverse] [Reverse]
[No]
R1
R2
LI1
(2-wire)
LI2
(2-wire)
LI3
(2-wire)
LI4
(2-wire)
LI5
(2-wire)
LI6
(2-wire)
LI1
(3-wire)
LI2
(3-wire)
LI3
(3-wire)
LI4
(3-wire)
LI5
(3-wire)
LI6
(3-wire)
[Hoisting]
[PID regul.]
[Ref.1
channel]
[Ref.1
channel] (PID
reference)
[Network C.]
[Ref.2 channel]
([Ref.1
channel]
via the bus)
[PID feedback] [No]
[Mast./
slave]
[Ref.1
channel]
[Motor freq.]
[Motor freq.]
[No drive flt]
[No drive flt]
[Brk control]
[Forward]
[No]
[Forward]
[No]
[Forward]
[Torque
reference]
[Sign.
torque]
[No drive
flt]
[No]
[Forward]
[Reverse]
[Reverse]
[Reverse]
[Reverse]
[Reverse]
[Jog]
[Fault
reset]
[External
fault]
[No]
[Ref. 2
switching]
[Fault reset]
[No]
[Trq/spd
switching]
[Fault
reset]
[No]
[No]
[PID integral
reset]
[2 preset PID
ref.]
[4 preset PID
ref.]
[No]
[No]
[No]
Stop
[2 preset
speeds]
[4 preset
speeds]
[8 preset
speeds]
[Fault
reset]
Stop
Stop
Stop
Stop
Stop
Stop
[Forward]
[Forward]
[Forward]
[Forward]
[Forward]
[Forward]
[Forward]
[Reverse] [Reverse]
[Reverse]
[Reverse]
[Reverse]
[Reverse]
[Reverse]
[No]
[Jog]
[Fault
reset]
[External
fault]
[No]
[PID integral
reset]
[2 preset PID
ref.]
[4 preset PID
ref.]
[Ref. 2
switching]
[Fault reset]
[Trq/spd
switching]
[Fault
reset]
[No]
[No]
[No]
[No]
[No]
[No]
[2 preset
speeds]
[4 preset
speeds]
[8 preset
speeds]
[Fault
reset]
[Torque
limitation]
[No]
[Fault
reset]
[Torque
limitation]
[No]
In 3-wire control, the assignment of inputs LI1 to LI6 shifts.
Note: All these can be modified, adjusted and reassigned: Consult the CD-ROM supplied with the drive.
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[1.1 SIMPLY START] (SIM-) menu
Name/Description
tCC
M
Factory setting
[2 wire] (2C)
[2/3 wire control]
v
v
2C
3C
Adjustment range
[2 wire] (2C)
[3 wire] (3C)
2-wire control: This is the
input state (0 or 1) or edge (0
to 1 or 1 to 0), which controls
running or stopping.
3-wire control
(Pulse control): A "forward" or
"reverse" pulse is sufficient to
command starting, a "stop"
pulse is sufficient to
command stopping.
ATV 71
+24
LI1 LIx
ATV 71
+24 LI1 LI2 LIx
Example of "source" wiring:
LI1: Forward
LIx: Reverse
Example of "source" wiring:
LI1: Stop
LI2: Forward
LIx: Reverse
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Code
WARNING
RISK OF UNINTENDED EQUIPMENT OPERATION
To change the assignment of [2/3 wire control] (tCC) press and hold down the "ENT" key for
2 s.
The following function will be returned to factory settings: [2 wire type] (tCt) (consult the
CD-ROM with the drive) along with the functions assigning the logic inputs.
The macro configuration selected will also be reset it if has been customized (loss of custom
settings).
Check that this change is compatible with the wiring diagram used.
Failure to follow this instruction can result in death, serious physical injury or
equipment damage.
CFG
StS
HdG
HSt
GEn
PId
nEt
MSL
M
[Macro configuration]
v
v
v
v
v
v
v
[Start/Stop] (StS)
[Start/Stop] (StS): Start/stop
[M. handling] (HdG): Material handling
[Hoisting] (HSt): Hoisting
[Gen. Use] (GEn): General use
[PID regul.] (PId): PID regulation
[Network C.] (nEt): Communication bus
[Mast./slave] (MSL): Master/slave
WARNING
RISK OF UNINTENDED EQUIPMENT OPERATION
To change the assignment of [Macro configuration] (CFG) press and hold down the ENT key for 2 s.
Check that the selected macro configuration is compatible with the wiring diagram used.
Failure to follow this instruction can result in death, serious physical injury or
equipment damage.
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[1.1 SIMPLY START] (SIM-) menu
Code
CCFG
Name/Description
M
bFr
M
ENGLISH
nPr
UnS
nCr
FrS
nSP
M
Read-only parameter, only visible if at least one macro configuration parameter has
been modified.
[Yes] (YES)
[50 Hz IEC] (50)
[Standard mot. freq]
v
v
50
60
Factory setting
[Customized macro]
v
YES
Adjustment range
[50 Hz IEC] (50): IEC
[60 Hz NEMA] (60): NEMA
This parameter modifies the presets of the following parameters: [Rated motor
power] (nPr), [Rated motor volt.] (UnS), [Rated mot. current] (nCr), [Rated motor
freq.] (FrS), [Rated motor speed] (nSP) and [Max frequency] (tFr) below, [Mot. therm.
current] (ItH) page 74, [High speed] (HSP) page 74.
[Rated motor power]
According to drive
rating
According to
drive rating
Rated motor power given on the nameplate, in kW if [Standard mot. freq] (bFr) = [50 Hz IEC] (50),
in HP if [Standard mot. freq] (bFr) = [60 Hz NEMA] (60).
200 to 480 V
400 or 460 V
[Rated motor volt.]
according to
[Standard mot.
freq] (bFr)
Rated motor voltage given on the nameplate.
According to
0.25 to 1.5 In (1)
[Rated mot. current]
drive rating and
[Standard mot.
freq] (bFr)
Rated motor current given on the nameplate.
M
M
M
[Rated motor freq.]
10 to 500 or 1600 Hz
according to rating
50 Hz
Rated motor frequency given on the nameplate.
The factory setting is 50 Hz, or preset to 60 Hz if [Standard mot. freq] (bFr) is set to 60 Hz.
According to
0 to 96,000 RPM
[Rated motor speed]
drive rating
M
Rated motor speed given on the nameplate.
0 to 9999 RPM then 10.00 to 96.00 kRPM on the integrated display terminal.
If, rather than the rated speed, the nameplate indicates the synchronous speed and the slip in Hz
or as a %, calculate the rated speed as follows:
100 - slip as a %
• Rated speed = Synchronous speed x
100
or
50 - slip in Hz
• Rated speed = Synchronous speed x
(50 Hz motors)
50
or
60 - slip in Hz
• Rated speed = Synchronous speed x
(60 Hz motors)
60
tFr
M
[Max frequency]
10 to 1600 Hz
60 Hz
The factory setting is 60 Hz, or preset to 72 Hz if [Standard mot. freq] (bFr) is set to 60 Hz.
The maximum value is limited by the following conditions:
• It must not exceed 10 times the value of [Rated motor freq.] (FrS).
• Values between 500 Hz and 1600 Hz are only possible in V/F control and for powers limited to
37 kW (50 HP) for the ATV71pppp. In this case configure [Motor control type] (Ctt) before [Max
frequency] (tFr).
(1) In corresponds to the rated drive current indicated in the Installation Manual and on the drive nameplate.
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[1.1 SIMPLY START] (SIM-) menu
.
Name/Description
tUn
M
dOnE
[No] (nO)
[Auto tuning]
v
v
v
nO
YES
Factory setting
[No] (nO): Auto-tuning not performed.
[Yes] (YES): Auto-tuning is performed as soon as possible, then the parameter
automatically changes to [Done] (dOnE).
[Done] (dOnE): Use of the values given the last time auto-tuning was performed.
Caution:
• It is essential that all motor parameters ([Rated motor volt.] (UnS), [Rated motor
freq.] (FrS), [Rated mot. current.] (nCr), [Rated motor speed] (nSP), [Rated motor
power] (nPr)) are configured correctly before starting auto-tuning.
If at least one of these parameters is modified after auto-tuning has been
performed, [Auto tuning] (tUn) will return to [No] (nO) and must be repeated.
• Auto-tuning is only performed if no stop command has been activated. If a
"freewheel stop" or "fast stop" function has been assigned to a logic input, this input
must be set to 1 (active at 0).
• Auto-tuning takes priority over any run or prefluxing commands, which will be taken
into account after the auto-tuning sequence.
• If auto-tuning fails, the drive displays [No] (nO) and, depending on the
configuration of [Autotune fault mgt] (tnL) (consult the CD-ROM supplied with the
drive), may switch to [Auto-tuning] (tnF) fault mode.
• Auto-tuning may take 1 to 2 seconds. Do not interrupt; wait for the display to
change to "[Done] (dOnE)" or "[No] (nO)".
CAUTION
RISK OF EQUIPMENT DAMAGE
During auto-tuning, the drive sends a full-load current to the motor. Before using the autotuning function, check that the motor has been dimensioned to support a full-load current.
Failure to follow this instruction can result in physical injury and/or equipment damage.
tUS
M
v
v
v
v
v
tAb
PEnd
PrOG
FAIL
dOnE
PHr
AbC
ACb
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[Auto tuning status]
M
(for information only, cannot be modified)
[Not done] (tAb): The default stator resistance value is used to control the motor.
[Pending] (PEnd): Auto-tuning has been requested but not yet performed.
[In Progress] (PrOG): Auto-tuning in progress.
[Failed] (FAIL): Auto-tuning has failed.
[Done] (dOnE): The stator resistance measured by the auto-tuning function is used
to control the motor.
[Output Ph rotation]
v
v
[Not done] (tAb)
[ABC] (AbC)
[ABC] (AbC): Forward
[ACB] (ACb): Reverse
This parameter can be used to reverse the direction of rotation of the motor without
reversing the wiring.
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ENGLISH
Code
Parameters that can be changed during operation or
when stopped
Code
ItH
Name/Description
M
[Mot. therm. current]
Factory setting
0 to 1.5 In (1)
According to
drive rating
Motor thermal protection current, to be set to the rated current indicated on the
nameplate.
ACC
M
[Acceleration]
0.1 to 999.9 s
3.0 s
Time to accelerate from 0 to the [Rated motor freq.] (FrS) (page 72). Make sure that
this value is compatible with the inertia being driven.
ENGLISH
dEC
M
[Deceleration]
0.1 to 999.9 s
3.0 s
Time to decelerate from the [Rated motor freq.] (FrS) (page 72) to 0. Make sure that
this value is compatible with the inertia being driven.
LSP
M
[Low speed]
0
Motor frequency at minimum reference, can be set between 0 and [High speed]
(HSP).
HSP
M
[High speed]
50 Hz
Motor frequency at maximum reference, can be set between [Low speed] (LSP) and
[Max frequency] (tFr). The factory setting changes to 60 Hz if [Standard mot. freq]
(bFr) = [60 Hz] (60).
(1) In corresponds to the rated drive current indicated in the Installation Manual and on the drive nameplate.
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Faults - Causes - Remedies
Drive will not start, no fault displayed
• If the display does not light up, check the power supply to the drive.
• The assignment of the "Fast stop" or "Freewheel" functions will prevent the drive starting if the corresponding
logic inputs are not powered up. The ATV71 then displays [Freewheel] (nSt) in freewheel stop and [Fast stop]
(FSt) in fast stop. This is normal since these functions are active at zero so that the drive will be stopped safely
if there is a wire break.
• Make sure that the run command input or inputs are activated in accordance with the selected control mode
([2/3 wire control] (tCC) and [2 wire type] (tCt) parameters, page 71).
Faults which cannot be reset automatically
Fault
Name
AI2F
[AI2 INPUT]
AnF
[LOAD
SLIPPING]
brF
[MECHANICAL
BRAKE FLT]
CrF1
[PRECHARGE
FAULT]
ECF
[ENCODER
COUPLING]
[CONTROL
EEPROM FLT]
EEF1
EEF2
EnF
Probable cause
Remedy
• Non-conforming signal on
analog input AI2
• The encoder speed
feedback does not match
the reference
• Check the wiring of analog input AI2 and the
value of the signal.
• Check the motor, gain and stability parameters
• Add a braking resistor
• Check the size of the motor/drive/load
• Check the encoder’s mechanical coupling and
its wiring
• Check the feedback circuit and the brake logic
control circuit
• Check the mechanical state of the brake
• Check the internal connections
• Check/repair the drive
• The brake feedback
contact does not match
the brake logic control
• Charging relay control
fault or precharge
resistor damaged
• Break in encoder’s
mechanical coupling
• Internal memory fault
[ENCODER
FAULT]
• Encoder feedback fault
FCF1
[OUTPUT
CONT. CLOSED]
ILF
[INTERNAL LINK
FAULT]
• The output contactor
remains closed while
open conditions are OK
• Communication fault
between option card and
drive
InF1
[RATING
ERROR]
InF2
[INCOMPATIBLE
PB]
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• The power card is
different from the card
stored
• Power card is not
compatible with the control
card
• Check the encoder’s mechanical coupling
• Check the environment (electromagnetic
compatibility)
• Turn off, reset, return to factory settings
• Check/repair the drive
• Check [Number of pulses] (PGI) and [Encoder
type] (EnS) (consult the CD-ROM supplied with
the drive)
• Check that the encoder’s mechanical and
electrical operation, its power supply and
connections are all correct
• Check and, if necessary, reverse the direction
of rotation of the motor ([Output Ph rotation]
(PHr) parameter on page 73) or the encoder
signals
• Check the contactor and its wiring
• Check the feedback circuit
• Check the environment (electromagnetic
compatibility)
• Check the connections
• Replace the option card
• Check/repair the drive
• Check the power card part number
• Check the card’s part number and compatibility
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The cause of the fault must be removed before resetting by turning off and then back on.
AnF, brF, ECF, EnF, SOF, SPF and tnF faults can also be reset remotely by means of a logic input or control bit
(consult the CD-ROM supplied with the drive).
Faults - Causes - Remedies
Faults, which cannot be reset automatically (continued)
Fault
InF3
[INT. SERIAL
LINK FLT]
InF4
[INTERNAL
FLT-Mfg AREA]
InF6
InF7
InF8
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Name
InF9
InFA
InFb
InFC
• Check the internal connections
• Check/repair the drive
[INTERNAL
FLT-OPTION]
[INTERN.
FLT-HARD. INIT]
[INT. FLTCONTROL
SUP.]
[INTERN. FLT - I
MEASURE]
• The option installed in the
drive is unknown
• The initialization was not
performed.
• Control supply is not
correct
• Check the part number of the option card
and its compatibility
• Remove and restore power to reset the
fault.
• Check the control section power supply
• Current measurement is
not correct
[INTERN. FLTMAINS CCT]
[INTERN. FLT-TH.
SENSOR]
• Input stage of the drive is
not working properly
• The thermal sensor of the
drive is not working
properly
• Time measuring
component failure
• Drive micro-processor
fault
• Parameters in the
[SETTINGS] (SEt-) and
[1.4 MOTOR
CONTROL] (drC-)
menus are not correct
• Inertia or load too high
• Mechanical locking
• Fault with the drive’s
"Power removal" safety
function
• Short-circuit or
grounding at the drive
output
• Significant earth leakage
current at the drive output
if several motors are
connected in parallel
• Instability or driving load
too high
• Replace the current sensors, or the power
board
• Check/repair the drive
• Check/repair the drive
InFE
OCF
[OVERCURRENT]
SCF1
SCF2
SCF3
[POWER
REMOVAL FAULT]
[MOTOR SHORT
CIRCUIT]
[IMPEDANT SH.
CIRCUIT]
[GROUND SH.
CIRCUIT]
SOF
[OVERSPEED]
SPF
[SPEED
FEEDBACK LOSS]
• Encoder feedback signal
missing
tnF
[AUTO-TUNING
FAULT]
• Motor not connected to
the drive
• Special motor or motor
whose power is not
suitable for the drive
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Remedy
• Communication fault
between the internal
cards
• Internal data
inconsistent
[INTERN.
FLT-TIME MEAS.]
[CPU FAULT]
PrF
Probable cause
• Recalibrate the drive (performed by
Schneider Electric Product Support)
• Change the thermal sensor
• Check/repair the drive
• Check/repair the drive
• Switch off, then switch on the power. Check/
repair the drive.
• Check the parameters (consult the CDROM supplied with the drive)
• Check the size of the motor/drive/load
• Check the state of the mechanism
• Check/repair the drive
• Check the cables connecting the drive to the
motor, and the motor insulation
• Reduce the switching frequency
• Connect chokes in series with the motor
• Check the motor, gain and stability
parameters
• Add a braking resistor
• Check the size of the motor/drive/load
• Check the wiring between the encoder and
the drive
• Check the encoder
• Check that the motor is present during autotuning
• If an output contactor is being used, close it
during auto-tuning
• Check that the motor/drive are compatible
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Faults - Causes - Remedies
Faults that can be reset with the automatic restart function, after the cause
has disappeared
These faults can also be reset by turning the drive off then on again or by means of a logic input or control bit
(consult the CD-ROM supplied with the drive).
APF
bLF
Name
[APPLICATION
FAULT]
[BRAKE CONTROL
FAULT]
CnF
[NETWORK FAULT]
COF
[CANopen FAULT]
Probable cause
• Controller Inside card
fault
• Brake release current
not reached
• Brake control parameters
not set when brake logic
control is assigned
• Communication fault on
communication card
• Interruption in
communication on the
CANopen bus
• Fault triggered by an
external device,
depending on user
• Fault triggered by an
external device,
depending on user
• The output contactor
remains opened while
close conditions are OK
• The drive is not powering
up although the
contactor is controlled.
EPF1
[EXTERNAL FAULT
LI / Bit]
EPF2
[EXTERNAL FAULT
NET.]
FCF2
[OUTPUT CONT.
OPENED]
LCF
[LINE CONTACT.
FAULT]
LFF2
LFF3
LFF4
[AI2 4-20mA loss]
[AI3 4-20mA loss]
[AI4 4-20mA loss]
• Loss of the 4-20 mA
reference on analog
input AI2, AI3 or AI4
ObF
[OVERBRAKING]
• Braking is too sudden or
driving load
OHF
[DRIVE OVERHEAT]
• Drive temperature too
high
OLF
[MOTOR
OVERLOAD]
• Triggered by excessive
motor current
[1 MOTOR PHASE
LOSS]
• Loss of one phase at
drive output
OPF1
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Remedy
• Please refer to the card documentation
• Check the drive/motor connection
• Check the motor windings
• Apply the recommended settings (consult
the CD-ROM supplied with the drive)
• Check the environment (electromagnetic
compatibility)
• Check the wiring
• Check the time-out
• Replace the option card
• Check/repair the drive
• Check the communication bus
• Check the time-out
• Consult the CANopen manual
• Check the device which has caused the
fault and reset the drive
•
Check the device which has caused the
fault and reset the drive
• Check the contactor and its wiring
• Check the feedback circuit
• Check the contactor and its wiring
• Check the time-out (consult the CD-ROM
supplied with the drive)
• Check the mains/contactor/drive wiring
• Check the connection on the analog
inputs
• Increase the deceleration time
• Add a braking resistor if necessary
• Activate the [Dec ramp adapt.] (brA)
function (consult the CD-ROM supplied
with the drive), if it is compatible with the
application
• Check the motor load, the drive ventilation
and the ambient temperature. Wait for the
drive to cool down before restarting.
• Check the setting of the motor thermal
protection, check the motor load. Wait for
the drive to cool down before restarting.
• Check the connections from the drive to
the motor
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Fault
Faults - Causes - Remedies
Faults that can be reset with the automatic restart function, after the cause
has disappeared (continued)
These faults can also be reset by turning the drive off then on again or by means of a logic input or control bit
(consult the CD-ROM supplied with the drive).
Name
Probable cause
Remedy
OPF2
[3 MOTOR PHASE
LOSS]
• Motor not connected or
motor power too low
• Output contactor open
• Instantaneous instability
in the motor current
[MAINS
OVERVOLTAGE]
[PTC 1
OVERHEAT]
[PTC 2
OVERHEAT]
[PTC=LI6
OVERHEAT]
• Mains supply is too high
• Disturbed line supply
• Overheating of the PTC1
probes detected
• Overheating of the PTC2
probes detected
• Overheating of PTC
probes detected on input
LI6
• PTC1 probes open or
short-circuited
• PTC2 probes open or
short-circuited
• PTC probes on input LI6
open or short-circuited
• Power component fault
• Check the connections from the drive to the
motor
• If an output contactor is being used, consult
the CD-ROM supplied with the drive
• Test on a low-power motor or without a
motor: In factory settings mode, motor
phase loss detection is active [Output
Phase Loss] (OPL) = [Yes] (YES). To check
the drive in a test or maintenance
environment, without having to use a motor
with the same rating as the drive (in
particular for high-power drives), deactivate
motor phase loss detection [Output Phase
Loss] (OPL) = [No] (nO) (consult the CDROM supplied with the drive).
• Check and optimize the [Rated motor volt.]
(UnS) and [Rated mot. current] (nCr)
parameters and perform an [Auto tuning]
(tUn) operation.
• Check the line voltage
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Fault
OSF
OtF1
OtF2
OtFL
PtF1
[PTC1 FAILURE]
PtF2
[PTC2 FAILURE]
PtFL
[LI6=PTC FAILURE]
SCF4
[IGBT SHORT
CIRCUIT]
[LOAD SHORT
CIRCUIT]
SCF5
SLF1
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[MODBUS COM.]
• Short-circuit at drive
output
• Interruption in
communication on the
Modbus bus
•
•
•
•
Check the motor load and motor size
Check the motor ventilation
Wait for the motor to cool before restarting
Check the type and state of the PTC probes
• Check the PTC probes and the wiring
between them and the motor/drive
• Check/repair the drive
• Check the cables connecting the drive to the
motor, and the motor’s insulation
• Check/repair the drive
• Check the communication bus
• Check the time-out
• Consult the Modbus manual
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Faults - Causes - Remedies
Faults that can be reset with the automatic restart function, after the cause
has disappeared (continued)
These faults can also be reset by turning the drive off then on again or by means of a logic input or control bit
(consult the CD-ROM supplied with the drive).
SLF2
Name
SrF
[TORQUE TIME
OUT FLT]
SSF
[TORQUE/ I LIMIT
FLT]
• Fault communicating
with PowerSuite
• Fault communicating
with the graphic display
terminal
• The time-out of the
torque control function is
attained
• Switch to torque
limitation
tJF
[IGBT OVERHEAT]
• Drive overload
SLF3
[POWERSUITE
COM.]
[HMI COM.]
Probable cause
Remedy
•
•
•
•
Check the PowerSuite connecting cable
Check the time-out
Check the terminal connection
Check the time-out
• Check the function’s settings
• Check the state of the mechanism
• Check if there are any mechanical problems
• Check the limitation parameters (consult the
CD-ROM supplied with the drive)
• Check the size of the load/motor/drive
• Decrease the switching frequency
• Wait for the motor to cool before restarting
Faults that can be reset as soon as their causes disappear
Fault
Name
CFF
[INCORRECT
CONFIG.]
CFI
[INVALID CONFIG.]
PHF
[INPUT PHASE
LOSS]
USF
[UNDERVOLTAGE]
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Probable cause
Remedy
• The current
configuration is
inconsistent (error due to
a change of card)
• Invalid configuration.
The configuration loaded
in the drive via the serial
link is inconsistent.
• Drive incorrectly
supplied or a fuse blown
• Failure of one phase
• 3-phase ATV71 used on
a single phase line
supply
• Unbalanced load
This protection only
operates with the drive on
load
• Line supply is too low
• Transient voltage dip
• Damaged charge
resistor
• Check the card
• Return to factory settings or retrieve the
backup configuration, if it is valid consult the
CD-ROM supplied with the drive
• Check the configuration loaded previously
• Load a compatible configuration
• Check the power connection and the fuses
• Reset
• Use a 3-phase line
• Disable the fault by setting [Input phase
loss] (IPL) = [No] (nO) (consult the CD-ROM
supplied with the drive).
• Check the voltage and the voltage
parameter
• Replace the charge resistor
• Check/repair the drive
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