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Start-up document
This document is a simple start-up guide describing basic functionality of the drive BFIE2. Detailed explanations are to be read in User Manual BFI-E2. This manual is attached
with the drive itself but also possible to download from www.beijer.se/no/dk/fi .
2 Important Safety Information
Please read the IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION below, and all Warning and
Caution information elsewhere.
Danger : Indicates a risk of electric shock, which, if
not avoided, could result in damage to the equipment
and possible injury or death.
Danger : Indicates a potentially hazardous
situation other than electrical, which if not
avoided, could result in damage to property.
This variable speed drive product is intended for professional incorporation into complete equipment or systems as part of a fixed installation. If
installed incorrectly it may present a safety hazard. The BFI uses high voltages and currents, carries a high level of stored electrical energy, and is used
to control mechanical plant that may cause injury. Close attention is required to system design and electrical installation to avoid hazards in either
normal operation or in the event of equipment malfunction. Only qualified electricians are allowed to install and maintain this product.
System design, installation, commissioning and maintenance must be carried out only by personnel who have the necessary training and experience.
They must carefully read this safety information and the instructions in this Guide and follow all information regarding transport, storage, installation
and use of the BFI, including the specified environmental limitations.
Do not perform any flash test or voltage withstand test on the BFI. Any electrical measurements required should be carried out with the BFI
disconnected.
Electric shock hazard! Disconnect and ISOLATE the BFI before attempting any work on it. High voltages are present at the terminals and within the
drive for up to 10 minutes after disconnection of the electrical supply. Always ensure by using a suitable multimeter that no voltage is present on any
drive power terminals prior to commencing any work.
Where supply to the drive is through a plug and socket connector, do not disconnect until 10 minutes have elapsed after turning off the supply.
Ensure correct earthing connections. The earth cable must be sufficient to carry the maximum supply fault current which normally will be limited by
the fuses or MCB. Suitably rated fuses or MCB should be fitted in the mains supply to the drive, according to any local legislation or codes.
Do not carry out any work on the drive control cables whilst power is applied to the drive or to the external control circuits.
Within the European Union, all machinery in which this product is used must comply with Directive 98/37/EC, Safety of Machinery. In particular, the
machine manufacturer is responsible for providing a main switch and ensuring the electrical equipment complies with EN60204-1.
The level of integrity offered by the BFI control input functions – for example stop/start, forward/reverse and maximum speed is not sufficient for use
in safety-critical applications without independent channels of protection. All applications where malfunction could cause injury or loss of life must be
subject to a risk assessment and further protection provided where needed.
The driven motor can start at power up if the enable input signal is present.
The STOP function does not remove potentially lethal high voltages. ISOLATE the drive and wait 10 minutes before starting any work on it. Never
carry out any work on the Drive, Motor or Motor cable whilst the input power is still applied.
The BFI can be programmed to operate the driven motor at speeds above or below the speed achieved when connecting the motor directly to the mains
supply. Obtain confirmation from the manufacturers of the motor and the driven machine about suitability for operation over the intended speed range
prior to machine start up.
Do not activate the automatic fault reset function on any systems whereby this may cause a potentially dangerous situation.
The BFI has an Ingress Protection rating of IP20 or IP66 depending on the model. IP20 units must be installed in a suitable enclosure.
When mounting the drive, ensure that sufficient cooling is provided. Do not carry out drilling operations with the drive in place, dust and swarf from
drilling may lead to damage. BFI are intended for indoor use only.
The entry of conductive or flammable foreign bodies should be prevented. Flammable material should not be placed close to the drive
Relative humidity must be less than 95% (non-condensing).
Ensure that the supply voltage, frequency and no. of phases (1 or 3 phase) correspond to the rating of the BFI as delivered.
Never connect the mains power supply to the Output terminals U, V, W.
Do not install any type of automatic switchgear between the drive and the motor
Wherever control cabling is close to power cabling, maintain a minimum separation of 100 mm and arrange crossings at 90 degrees
Ensure that all terminals are tightened to the appropriate torque setting
Do not attempt to carry out any repair of the BFI. In the case of suspected fault or malfunction, contact your local Beijer Electronics office for further
assistance.
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3 Contents
1
START-UP DOCUMENT ............................................................................................................................................1
2
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION.................................................................................................................1
3
CONTENTS...................................................................................................................................................................2
4
INSTALLATION ..........................................................................................................................................................3
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
5
BASIC PARAMETER SETTING ...............................................................................................................................8
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
5.10
5.11
5.12
6
PHYSICAL DIMENSIONS IP20 .......................................................................................................................................3
PHYSICAL DIMENSIONS IP66 .......................................................................................................................................4
FUSES, CABLE DIMENSIONS AND POWER LOSES ...........................................................................................................5
OVERVIEW POWER INPUT/OUTPUTS .............................................................................................................................5
EXTERNAL BRAKE RESISTOR .......................................................................................................................................7
OVERVIEW CONTROL INPUTS/OUTPUTS .......................................................................................................................7
DIGITAL START SIGNAL IN 2 DIRECTIONS AND 4 FIXED PRESET SPEEDS .......................................................................8
DIGITAL START IN 2 DIRECTIONS AND ANALOG FREQUENCY SET POINT .......................................................................9
DIGITAL MOTOR POTENTIOMETER ...............................................................................................................................9
ANALOG OUTPUT, 0-10 VDC ....................................................................................................................................10
DIGITAL OUTPUTS .....................................................................................................................................................10
CONTROL OF MECHANICAL BRAKE IN MOTOR ............................................................................................................10
PTC-THERMISTOR .....................................................................................................................................................10
MODBUS RTU AND CONTROL FROM MITSUBISHI PLC ..............................................................................................11
PI-CONTROL ..............................................................................................................................................................12
ENERGY OPTIMISATION FUNCTION ............................................................................................................................12
SPIN START ................................................................................................................................................................13
OPTISTICK .................................................................................................................................................................13
KEYPAD......................................................................................................................................................................14
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
CHANGING PARAMETERS ...........................................................................................................................................14
RUN MOTOR FROM KEYPAD ......................................................................................................................................14
FACTORYSETTING OF DRIVE......................................................................................................................................15
MONITORING FROM KEYPAD .....................................................................................................................................15
IP66, MAINSWITCH, START/STOP SWITCH AND POTENTIOMETER ...............................................................................16
7
SPECIFICATION .......................................................................................................................................................17
8
WARNING AND ALARM CODES ..........................................................................................................................18
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4 Installation
The drive should be mounted in a vertical position only on a flat, flame resistant vibration
free mounting using the integral holes. IP66 is allowed to be mounted outdoors but it must
be protected from sunlight and it also recommended having a roof to avoid snow directly on
drive. See User Manual BFI-E2 for more details.
Drive IPclass and
Size
IP20, size 1
IP20, size 2
IP20, size 3
IP66, All
sizes
X [mm]
Above &
Below
75
75
100
150
Y [mm]
Either
Side
50
50
50
0
Z [mm]
Between
drives
Minimum
Airflow
[m3/min]
0
0
0
0
0,31
0,31
0,74
0
4.1 Physical dimensions IP20
Rating Drive BFI-E2- __IP20
1 x 230 V
0023-0070
[0,37-1,5 kW]
0070- 0105
[1,5-2,2 kW]
None
NOTE
3 x 400 V
Drive
size
Height
1
0022-0041 [0,75-1,5 kW]
0041-0095 [1,5-4,0 kW]
0140-0240 [5,5-11kW]
A
F
G
B
C
D
E
173
160
109
162
5
123
82
50
2
221
207
137
209
5.3
150
109
63
3
261
246
-
247
6
175
131
80
Depth Width
H
I
J
5.5 10
1 x 230 VAC BFI-E2-0070 is Size 1 without brake transistor and Size 2 with.
3 x 400 VAC BFI-E2-0041 is Size 1 without brake transistor and Size 2 with.
Control Terminal Torque Settings of 0.5 Nm. Power Terminal Torque Settings of 1 Nm
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4.2 Physical dimensions IP66
Rating Drive BFI-E2- -IP66
1 x 230 V
3 x 400 V
0023-0070
[0,37-1,5 kW]
0070- 0105
[1,5-2,2 kW]
0022-0041
[0,75-1,5 kW]
0041-0095
[1,5-4,0 kW]
0140-0240
[5,5-11 kW]
None
Drive
size
Height
1
A
F
B
D
E
232
207
162
25.0
179
2
257
220
209
28.5
3
310
276.5
247
33.4
G
H
I
J
161
149
4.0
8.0
187
188
176
4.2
8.5
229
210
197.5
4.2
8.5
Depth Width
1 x 230 VAC BFI-E2-0070 is Size 1 without brake transistor and Size 2 with .
NOTE
3 x 400 VAC BFI-E2-0041 is Size 1 without brake transistor and Size 2 with.
Control Terminal Torque Settings of 0.5 Nm. Power Terminal Torque Settings of 1 Nm
IP66 drives are fitted with 3 knockout holes for cable inlet and outlet. If more than 3 cables are
to enter the drive it is possible to have two or more cables going through one gland. This is to
ensure IP66.
Holes and recommended glands are listed in table below. The motor cable does not have to be
attached to the drive with an EMC-gland.
Cable Gland, IP66 Hole Size & recommended glands
Size 1
Size 2 & 3
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4.3 Fuses, cable dimensions and power loses
200-240V ±10% - 1 Phase Input – 3 Phase Output
Output
Supply
Nominal
BFINominal Fuse or
Supply
Power
E2
Input
MCB
Cable Size, Cable Size, Output
[kW]
Current
modell Current (type B)
A1 40°C
E 30°C
Amps
Amps
Max Motor Power
Motor
Cable Size, Cable
losses
Length
E 30°C
mm2
mm2
Amps
mm2
m
W
0.37
0023
6.7
10
1,5
1,5
2,3
1,5
25
12
0.75
0043
12.5
16
2,5
1,5
4,3
1,5
25
22,5
1.5
0015
14.8
16
2,5
2,5
7,0
1,5
25
50
1.5
0015
14.8
16
2,5
2,5
7,0
1,5
100
50
1,5
100
66
2.2
0022
22.2
25
6
2,5
10,5
380-480V ±10% - 3 Phase Input – 3 Phase Output
Output
Supply
Nominal
BFINominal Fuse or
Supply
Power
E2
Input
MCB
Cable Size, Cable Size, Output
[kW]
Current
model
Current (type B)
A1 40°C
E 30°C
0.75
1.5
1.5
2.2
4
5.5
7.5
11
0022
0041
0041
0058
0095
0014
0018
0024
Max Motor Power
Motor
Cable Size, Cable
losses
Length
E 30°C
Amps
Amps
mm2
Amps
Amps
mm2
m
W
2.9
6
1.5
1.5
2.2
1.5
25
22,5
5.4
10
1.5
1.5
4.1
1.5
50
5.4
10
1.5
1.5
4.1
1.5
25
50
7.6
10
1.5
1.5
5.8
1.5
50
50
12.4
16
2.5
1,5
9.5
1.5
50
120
16.1
20
4
1,5
14
1.5
100
165
20.7
25
6
2,5
18
2,5
100
225
27.1
32
6
4
24
4
100
330
50
All recommended sizes of cable sizes and fuses are recommendations. Nationell laws and
recommendations are to be considered.
Recommended choice of cable sizes and fuses follows DIN VDE 0100 paragraph 430
Appendix, motor cable is copper, way of wiring A1 and E is following SS 424 24 24 edition.
A1 means cable/conductors in some kind of duct in a maximum temperature of 40°C. E
means cable/conductors mounted on a ladder. Calculated at 30°C with 9 or several cables
(correctionfactor 0,78).
4.4 Overview power input/outputs
Size 1 Connections
IP20
IP66 (Nema 4X)
Size 2 & 3 Connections
IP20
IP66 (Nema 4X)
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Installation of power supply, grounding and motor cable
L1/N
U
L2/N
V
L3
W
M~
 Drive is to be connected with ground/PE by separate grounding wire.
 1-phase power supply should be connected to L1/L, L2/N.
 3-phase power supply should be connected to L1, L2 and L3.
 Phase sequence of power supply is not important and cable doesn’t have to be a shielded.
 Protective grounding of motor is connected to drive
400V
690V
STAR
 Motor cable should be connected to U, V, W.
 Inverter Power supply 3*400 VAC:
230V
400V
DELTA
- Rated voltage of motor 230/400, Star connection
- Rated voltage of motor 400/660, Delta connection
 Inveter Power supply 1*230 VAC
- Rated voltage of motor 230/400, Delta connection
 Motor cable must be a shielded cable to fulfil EMC requirements. Example of cables to be
used are RKFK, Ölflex Classic 100 CY, FKKJ-EMC, or similar.
 Shield of the motor cable should be connected to ground/earth in both ends. On motor side
an EMC-gland is to be used.
 Shield of motor cable is to be connected ground terminal in the drive itself. For IP20 drives
the shield can instead be clamped to the mounting plate with a clip.
 Motor must also be well attached into the mechanical frame of the machinery and has same
the potential as the electrical cabinet. Separate earth connection might be necessary.
 Motor cable should avoid to be installed close to telephone-, network- or signal wiring.
Minimum distance is 30 cm.
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4.5 External brake resistor
For drives that have a dynamic brake transistor an optional external braking resistor is to be connected
to +DC and BR when required. The brake resistor circuit should be protected by a suitable thermal
protection circuit. The –DC, +DC and BR connections are blanked off by plastic tabs when sent from
the factory. The plastic tabs can be removed if/when required.
Table shows models with built-in brake transistor. Resistors in table is protected by internal
overload protection by putting parameter P-34=1. Either 100 ohm/200 W or 50 ohm/ 400 W can
be used. The 100 ohm/200 W brake resistor is mounted inside the drive.
Drive model
Voltage
BFI-E2
Minimum
Maximum Brake resistor
Permissible
average
resistance regen. power
[ohm]
[kW]
0070 [1,5 kW]
1-ph
230 VAC
3-ph 400
VAC
47
0105 [2,2 kW]
1,5
47
2,2
Rated power [kW]
Average
Peak for 0,125
sec
Resistance
[ohm]
OD-BR100-BFI
0,2
12
100
Ext resistor
0,4
-
OD-BR100-BFI
0,2
12
50
100
Ext resistor
0,4
-
50
041 [1,5 kW]
100
1,5
OD-BR100-BFI
0,2
12
100
058 [2,2kW]
100
2,2
OD-BR100-BFI
0,2
12
100
095 [4,0 kW]
100
4
OD-BR100-BFI
0,2
12
100
140 [5,5 kW]
22
5,5
OD-BR100-BFI
0,2
12
100
Ext resistor
0,4
-
50
22
180 [7,5 kW]]
7,5
22
240 [11 kW]]
11
OD-BR100-BFI
0,2
12
100
Ext resistor
0,4
-
50
OD-BR100-BFI
0,2
12
100
Ext resistor
0,4
-
50
If another than standard external brake resistor is to be used an external overload protection must be
used. Make sure that resistor data is within power- and resistance limits.
Setting of external overload protection
= I = √P/R
Put also parameter P34=2.
4.6 Overview control inputs/outputs
Picture below shows an overview of control signals for the drive and factory set functionality.
1
+24 VDC
2
DI1: Startsignal
8
0-10 V Output
3
DI2: Fwd or Rev direction
9
0 V reference
4
DI3: Preset
5
+10 VDC
10
6
Analog
11
7
0 VDC
Relay Output
Use internal or external 24 VDC
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5 Basic Parameter setting
The basic parameter setting that always is to be checked or modified is listed below:
Para-
Name
meter
Default
Recommended
settng
setting
P-01
Maximum frequency
50 Hz
P-02
Minimum frequency
0 Hz
P-03
Acceleration time
5,0 sec
P-04
Deceleration time
5,0 sec
Max output
Function
If P-10, Motor rated speed, ≠ 0 unit will in rpm instead of Hz.
frequency
Min output
Set to some few Hz to ensure torque in motor. If P-10, Motor
frequency
rated speed, ≠ 0 unit will in rpm instead of Hz.
Acceleration ramptime from 0 to 50 Hz
Deceleration ramptime from 50 to 0 Hz
P-07
Motor rated voltage
230/400 V
Put rated voltage of motor from motor nameplate in unit V
P-08
Motor rated current
-
Put rated current of motor from motor nameplate in unit A
P-09 Motor rated frequency
50 Hz
50 Hz
P-12
Command source
0
0
P-14
Parameter access
0
101
P-17
Put rated frequecy of motor from motor nameplate in unit Hz
0= Control by digital and/or analog signals
1=Control from Keypad
Normally only parameters P-01 to P-14 are accessable. All other
parameters are accessable with this parameter put to 101.
Keep as low as possible. Higher value decreas audible noise in
Switching frequency 8 or 16 kHz
motor but increase looses in drive.
5.1 Digital start signal in 2 directions and 4 fixed Preset speeds
1
Status
DI1 DI2 DI3 AI1
+24 VDC
2
DI1: Startsignal
3
DI2: Direction
4
DI3: Preset speed
6
AI1: Preset speed
Use internal or external 24 VDC
7
Para-
Name
meter
Action
P15 = 8
P15 = 9
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
any any
No output from drive
0
0 No output from drive
Reverse & PreSpeed 1
No
output
from
drive
1
0
Reverse & PreSpeed 2
0
1 No output from drive
Reverse & PreSpeed 3
1
1 No output from drive
Reverse & PreSpeed 4
0
1
1
0
0
0
Forward & PreSpeed 1 (P-20)
1
0
1
0
Forward & PreSpeed 2 (P-21)
1
0
0
1
Forward & PreSpeed 3 (P-22)
1
0
1
1
Forward & PreSpeed 4 (P-23)
1
1
0
0
Reverse & PreSpeed 1
1
1
1
0
Reverse & PreSpeed 2
No output from drive
No output from drive
1
1
1
1
0
1
1
1
Reverse & PreSpeed 3
Reverse & PreSpeed 4
No output from drive
No output from drive
Default To be set
Function
settng
P-12
Command source
0
P-15
Input selection
0
P-20
PresetSpeed1
0
Can be set between 0 to P-02 setting ( Maximum speed) .
P-21
PresetSpeed2
0
If P10=0 then values are entered in Hz.
P-22
PresetSpeed3
0
If P10>0 values are entered as rpm.
P-23
PresetSpeed4
0
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8 = Digital Startsignal / Digital Direction signal / Digital setspeed
9 = Start Forward / Start Reverse / Digital setspeed
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5.2 Digital start in 2 directions and analog frequency set point
Start of drive is done by either Start signal/Direction signal or Start Forward/Start Reverse. Third
digital input decides whether Preset speed1, P-20 or analog input is valid.
If a 4-20 mA signal is used the current should go into terminal 6 and out from terminal 7.
4-20
mA
Para-
1
+24 VDC
2
DI1: Startsignal
3
DI2: Direction
4
DI3: Preset speed1
5
+10 VDC
6
Analog reference
7
0 VDC
Name
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
any
0
1
0
1
0
1
P15 = 0
P15 = 5
No output from drive
No output from drive
Reverse & Analog speed
No output from drive
Reverse & PreSpeed 1
Forward & Analog speed Forward & Analog speed
Forward & PreSpeed 1
Forward & PreSpeed 1
Reverse & Analog speed No output from drive
Reverse & PreSpeed1
No output from drive
Function
settng
Maximum output frequency.
P-01 Maximum frequency 50 Hz
P-12
Command source
0
P-15
Input selection
0
If P-10, Motor rated speed, ≠ 0 unit will in rpm instead of Hz.
0
Analog input 1
5 = Start Forward / Start Reverse / Analog setspeed
Y0-10
configutation
analog
input
decides
PresetSpeed1
0= Control by digital and analog signals
0 = Digital Startsignal / Digital Direction signal / Analog setspeed
Type of
P-20
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
Action
Default To be set
meter
P-16
Status
DI1 DI2 DI3
 = 0 to 10 VDC
 = -10 to 10 VDC. Sign decides rotationdirection
 = 0 to 20mA
 = 4 to 20mA. Trip if signal level < 3mA
 = 4 to 20mA, Stop and Trip if signal level < 3mA
 = 20 to 4mA, Trip if signal level falls < 3mA
Can be set between 0 to P-02 setting ( Maximum speed)
0
Output frequency = P1 * (P35/100) * (Analog input value/ max input of P-16) .
P-35 Analog input scaling 100 %
Exampel: P-01=50 Hz, P-35=100 %, P-16= 0-10 V and Actual voltage input is
7,5 V. Output frequency = 50 x (100/100) x (7,5/10) = 37,5 Hz
5.3 Digital motor potentiometer
1
+24 VDC
2
DI1: Startsignal
3
DI2: Increase speed
0
1
1
4
DI3: Decrease
1
6
AI1: Direction
Status
DI1 DI2 DI3 AI1
Use internal or external 24 VDC
Action
P12=2 & P15 = 0
any any any No output from drive
0
0
0 Forward & Latest speed
1
0
0 Forward & Increase speed
0
1
0 Forward & Decrease speed
1
0
0
1
1
1
0
1
Reverse & Latest speed
Reverse & Increase speed
1
0
1
1
Reverse & Decrease speed
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Analog output, 0-10 VDC
Between terminal 8 and 9 an analog output of 0-10 VDC is generated. Maximum load is
20 mA.
8
0-10 V Output
9
0 V reference
Para-
Name
Default
meter
Funktion
setting
Analog output
P-25
function
8 : Output Frequency: 0-10 => 0 to P-01
9 : Output Motor Current: 0 to 200% of P-08
0
5.5 Digital outputs
Terminal 8 generates 0 or 24 VDC output without any external 24 VDC power supply.
Parameter
Default
Function
setting
8
9
P-18:Relay
Output
Transistor
Output
0V
output
function
P-18=1
terminal 8
and 9
10
Relay
Output
11
P-25:Analog
output
function
P-25=8
terminal 10
and 11
0: Logic 1 when Drive Enabled or running
1 : Drive Healthy. Logic 1 when power is applied to the
drive and no fault exists
2 : At Target Frequency (Speed). Logic 1 when the output
frequency matches the setpoint frequency
3: Logic 1 when Drive Tripped. And in a fault condition
4 : Output Frequency >= Limit. Logic 1 when the output
frequency exceeds the adjustable limit set in P-19
5 : Output Current >= Limit. Logic 1 when the motor
current exceeds the adjustable limit set in P-19
6 : Output Frequency < Limit. Logic 1 when the output
frequency is below the adjustable limit set in P-19
7 : Output Current < Limit. Logic 1 when the motor current
is below the adjustable limit set in P-19
5.6 Control of mechanical brake in motor
A mechanical brake is to be controlled directly from the inverter.

If relay output on terminal 10 and 11 is used: Set P-18=4 and frequency release level in
P-19. P19 is set in % of P-01, Maximum frequency.

If transistor output on terminal 8 and 9 is used: Set P-25=4 and frequency release level in
P-19. P19 is set in % of P-01, Maximum frequency.
For example if P-01=0: P19=5 % means break release at 50 x 0, 05= 2,5 %.
5.7 PTC-thermistor
1
+24
4
DI3: External Trip
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Input 3. Inverter will trip with open contact or a
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5.8 Modbus RTU and control from Mitsubishi PLC
A Modbus RTU network with BFI-E2, BFI-H2 or BFI-P2 of IP55/66 type is connected as below:
Modbus master RTU
BFI
IP55/66
BFI
IP55/66
BFI
IP55/66
SDA
RDA
OPT-2-J45SPBFI
SDB
RDB
SG
BFIsplitcable
BFI-Bus termination
OPT- J45
__-BFI
OPT-J45
__-BFI
Maximum length of communication with 485-BD card in a FX-system is 50 m.
Speed setting is 19200 bit/sec, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit, No Parity.
Hardware
Function
Comment
FX3G-485BD
Serial master for FX3G
Bus termination by built-in switch
FX3U-485BD
Serial master for FX3U
Bus termination by built-in switch
BFI-splitcable 2,5m
Shielded cable with one RJ45 and in the other
Cable legth 2,5 m.
end 3 parts marked SDA, SDB and SG.
Cable TxA BFI 3m
Shielded cable with a RJ45 and a 9-pole D-sub.
RJ45 connected in BFI and D-sub in TxA panel
OPT-J45__-BFI
Shielded patchkabel with RJ45 connectors
05=0,5 m, 10=1 m, 30= 3 m
OPT-2-J45SP-BFI
Connection of 2 serial cables into one drive.
Mounted and hidden inside the IP55/66 drive
BFI-Bus termination
RJ45 with a 110 ohm resistor
To be put in the last BFI-splitter
DI1 must always be closed to start
Modbus master RTU
BFI
SDA
1
+24 VDC
2
DI1: Startsignal
8
RDA
1
SDB
8
7
RDB
SG
3
Put termination switch in 100 ohm
Para-
Name
Default
Recommended
settng
setting
Command source
0
3
P-14
Parameter access
0
101
P-24
Fast Deceleration time
0
meter
P-12
Communication setting
P-36
4= Control by Modbus RTU and ramptime sendt by Modbus
101 = Parameters above P-14 accessable.
Fast Deceleration ramptime from 0 to 50 Hz
3 settings in one parameter.
- Stationnumber 0-63. First Drive should be stationnumber 1
96
off/on when parameter
- Communication speed, 192=19200 bit/sec
0
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5.9 PI-control
0-10V / 4-20mA
Sensor
Para-
Name
meter
1
+24 VDC
2
DI1: Startsignal
3
DI2: PI / Pre Speed 1
4
PI-feedback
5
+10 VDC
6
PI-setpoint
7
0 VDC
Status
DI1 DI2
0
1
1
Action
P12=5 & P15 = 0
any No output from drive
0 Run with PI-control
1 Run with Prespeed in P-20
P-44=0 : Setpoint in P-45
P-44=1 : Analog setpoint on Terminal 6
Default
Recommended
settng
setting
Function
P-12
Command source
0
5
5: PI-control with external feedback signal
P-15
Input selection
0
0
0 = PI-feedback Terminal 4. PI or Preset speed Terminal 3
P-20
Preset Speed1
0
PI Controller
P-41
1,0
Proportional Gain
the drive output frequency in response to small changes in the
feedback signal. Too high a value can cause instability
PI Controller Integral
P-42
Can be set between 0 to P-02 setting ( Maximum speed)
PI Proportional Gain. Higher values provide a greater change in
PI Integral Time. Larger values provide a more damped response
1,0
Time
for systems where the overall process responds slowly
0 : Direct Operation. Use this mode if an increase in the motor
P-43
PI Controller Operating
speed should result in an increase in the feedback signal
0
Mode
1 : Inverse Operation. Use this mode if an increase in the motor
speed should result in a decrease in the feedback signal
P-44
PI Digital Setpoint
0
P-45
PI Digital Setpoint
0,0
PI Feedback Source
P-46
P-47
Terminal 4, PI-feedback
1 : Analog Input 1, Terminal 6 PI-setpoint
0
Select
Analog Input 2 Format
0 : Digital Preset PI-Setpoint in P-45
When P-44 = 0, PI-setpoint for PI-Controller.
0 : Analog Input 2 (Terminal 4)
1 : Analog Input 1 (Terminal 6)
2 : Motor Current
0
 = 0 to 10 VDC
 = 0 to 20mA
 4 to 20mA. Trip if signal level < 3mA

5.10 Energy Optimisation function
The Energy Optimisation function is designed to maximise the energy savings achievable when
the motor and drive is not operating at its rated load. Care should be taken in using the energy
optimiser function in applications where the frequency set point to the drive changes
continuously, such as PI control applications. As the motor voltage is reduced, the slip of the
motor may increase, resulting in a small drop in motor speed, which can make the PI control
unstable. Detailed explanation of the function is to be found in Application Notes on www.beijer.
Parameter
P-06
Name
Default setting
Energy
0
Optimisation
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5.11 Spin start
Available in drives size 2 and 3. On start the drive will attempt to determine motor speed and
control the motor from its current speed.
In size 1 drives a DC-current is injected in the motor to ensure it is stopped.
Parameter
P-33
Name
Default setting
Spin Start
0
Function
0 = Disbaled
1 = Enabled
5.12 Optistick
Communication between configuration software BFI-tool and drive is done by Bluetooth through
Optistick. Optistick is just plugged into the RJ45 connector of the drive.
Configuration of Optistick in the PC is done in
Bluetooth device. You need to enter a pairing
code which is 0000.
Each physical Optistick is an individual and
needs to be configured individually.
After configuration please note what com port
your Optistick was given. This must then be
set in BFI-tools Tools/Select COM Port
P-14 must be set to 101 to access all parameters in the drive.
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6 Keypad
The drive is configured and its operation monitored via the keypad and display.
Used to display real-time information,
NAVIGATE to access and exit parameter edit mode
and to store parameter changes
Used to increase speed in real-time
UP
mode or to increase parameter values
in parameter edit mode
Used to decrease speed in real-time
DOWN
mode or to decrease parameter values
in parameter edit mode
Used to reset a tripped drive.
RESET /
When in keypad mode is used to Stop a
STOP
running drive.
When in keypad mode, used to Start a
stopped drive or to reverse the
START
direction of rotation if bi-directional
keypad mode is enabled
6.1 Changing parameters
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Hold the
key for >1s whilst the drive displays Stop
The display changes to P, indicating parameter 01.
Press and release the
key to display the value of this parameter.
Change to the required value using the and keys.
Press and release the
key once more to store the change.
Press and hold the
key for >1s to return to real-time mode.
The display shows Stop if drive is stopped or the real-time information if the drive is running.
6.2 Run motor from keypad





Set parameter P-12=1
Enable drive by closing the switch between control terminals 1 & 2. Display will show Stop.
Press the key. The display shows ..
Press to increase speed.
The drive will run forward, increasing speed until is released.
 The rate of acceleration is controlled by the setting of P-03, check this before
starting.

Press to decrease speed. The drive will decrease speed until is released. The rate of
deceleration is limited by the setting in P-04
Press the key. The drive will decelerate to rest at the rate set in P-04.
The display will finally show STop at which point the drive is disabled
To preset a target speed prior to enable, press the key whilst the drive is stopped. The display
will show the target speed, use the & keys to adjust as required then press the key.
Pressing the key will start the drive accelerating to the target speed.
To allow the drive to be controlled from keypad in a forward and reverse direction, set P-12 =2:
Press the key. The display changes to ..
Press to increase speed
The drive will run forward, increasing speed until is released.
To reverse the direction of rotation of the motor, press the key again.
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6.3 Factorysetting of Drive
 Turn of Start signals and remove Enable signal on terminal 2.
Press , and for >2s. The display shows P-dEF. Press the button to acknowledge and reset the
drive.
6.4 Monitoring from Keypad


Press the key. The display indicates either Output Current by A digit.digit or Output
Frequency by H digit.digit.
More variables to monitor are available if P14=101. Then parameter group P00 is available and
following vales can be monitored:
Description
Display range
Explanation
P00-01
1st Analog input value
P00-02
2nd Analog input value
0 … 100%
100% = max input voltage
P00-03
Speed reference input
-P-01 … P-01
Displayed in Hz if P-10 = 0, otherwise displayed in RPM
P00-04
Digital input status
Binary value
Drive digital input status
P00-05
Reserved
0
Reserved
P00-06
Reserved
0
Reserved
P00-07
Applied motor voltage
0 … 600V AC
Value of RMS voltage applied to motor
P00-08
DC bus voltage
0 … 1000V dc
Internal DC bus voltage
P00-09
Internal temperature
-20 … 100 °C
Temperature of heatsink in °C
P00-10
Hours run meter
0 to 99 999 hours
Not affected by resetting factory default parameters
P00-11
Run time since last trip (1)
0 to 99 999 hours
Run-time clock stopped by drive disable or trip.
0 to 99 999 hours
Run-time clock stopped by drive disable or trip. Not reseted
by power down / power up cycling.
P00-12
0 … 100%
Run time since last trip (2)
100% = max input voltage
P00-13
Run time since last disable
0 to 99 999 hours
Run-time clock from zero and stopped on drive disable
P00-14
Drive Effective Switching
Frequency
4 to 32 kHz
Actual drive effective output switching frequency. Value
may be lower than P-17 if the drive is too hot
P00-15
DC bus voltage log
0 … 1000V
8 most recent values prior to trip, updated every 250ms
P00-16
Thermistor temperature log
-20 … 120 °C
8 most recent values prior to trip, updated every 500ms
P00-17
Motor current
0 to 2x rated current
8 most recent values prior to trip, updated every 250ms
e.g. “1.00”, “47AE”
Version number and checksum. “1” on LH side indicates
I/O processor, “2“ indicates motor control
P00-18
Software ID, IO & motor ctrl
P00-19
Drive serial number
000000 … 999999
Unique drive serial number, 540102 / 32 / 005
P00-20
Drive identifier
Drive rating
Drive rating, drive type, e.g. 0.37, 1 230,3P-out
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6.5 IP66, Mainswitch, start/stop switch and potentiometer
By adjusting the parameter settings the drive can be configured for multiple applications and not just
for Forward or Reverse. This could typically be for Hand/Off/Auto applications (also known and
Local/Remote) for HVAC and pumping industries.
Parameters
to Set
P-12 P-15
Switch Position
Run Reverse
STOP
Run Forward
0
0
STOP
STOP
Run Forward
0
5,7
Preset Speed 1
STOP
Run Forward
0
1
Run Reverse
STOP
Run Forward
0
6, 8
Run in Auto
STOP
Run in Hand
0
4
Run in Speed
Control
STOP
Run in PI Control
5
Run in Preset
Speed Control
STOP
Run in PI Control
5
Run in Hand
STOP
Run in Auto
3
Run in Hand
STOP
Run in Auto
3
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Factory Default Configuration
Run Forward or Reverse with speed controlled from
the Local POT
Run forward with speed controlled form the local
POT. Run Reverse - disabled
Run Forward with speed controlled from the Local
POT. Preset Speed 1 provides a ‘Jog’ Speed in P-20
Run Forward or Reverse with speed controlled from
the Local POT
Run in Hand – Speed controlled from the Local POT
Run in Auto 0 Speed controlled using Analog input 2
e.g. from PLC with 4-20mA signal.
In Speed Control the speed is controlled from the
Local POT
In PI Control, Local POT controls PI set point
0, 2, 4, 5, In Preset Speed Control, P-20 sets the Preset Speed
8..12
In PI Control, POT control the PI set point P-44=1
Hand – speed controlled from the Local POT
6
Auto – Speed Reference from Modbus
Hand – Speed reference from Preset Speed 1 (P-20)
3
Auto – Speed Reference from Modbus
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Specification
BFI-E2 (1 x 230 V)
Drive Model
Output power, kW
Rated output current A,
Tillåten överström
Output voltage
Output frequency
Input voltage
Voltage fluctuations
Input frequency
Nominal input current A
Internal Braketransitor
Control methods
Start methods
Frequency setpoint
023
043
070
0,37
2,3
0,75
4,3
1,5
7,0
BFI-E2 (3 x 400 V)
105
022
041
058
095
140
180
240
Digital input
2,2
0,75
1,5
2,2
4,0
5,5
7,5
11
10,5
2,2
4,1
5,8
9,5
14,0
18,0
24,0
175 % of rated current for 2,0 s; 150 % for 1 min
3-fas, 0 V to Supply voltage
0 – 500 Hz
1-phase, 200 – 240 VAC
3-phase, 380-480 VAC
180 – 264 VAC
342 – 528 VAC
48-62 Hz
6,7
12,5
14,8
22,2
2,9
5,4
7,6
12,4
16,1
20,7
27,1
No
Option Built in
No
Option
Built in
Linear U/f-reglering, Adjustable linear, Energy Optimised
Digital, Push button Fwd/Rev/Stop, Keypad, Modbus RTU
Digital Preset speed, Digital motorpotentiometer, analogt 4 – 20 mA, 0 –10 V, Keypad, Modbus RTU
2 x Programmable Digital Input and 2 x User-selectable Digital or Analog Inputs,
Analog input
2 x User-selectable Digital or Analog Inputs. 4-20 mA or 0-10 V or -10 to 10. 12 bit
Transistor output
1 x User-selectable Digital or Analog Output. Maximum current 20 mA.
Relay output
1 x Progammable Relay (single pole), Maximum load 6,0 A with 230 V or 5A with 30 VDC.
Analog output
1 x User-selectable Digital or Analog Output, 0-10 V DC. Maximum current 20 mA. 10 bit.
Communication
Acc/Deceration time
Stop mode
Modbus RTU
0 to 600 sec, 2:nd deceleration ramp
Ramping / Fast stop / Coasting / DC-brake
PI-control, Spin start, Automatic restart, Skip frequency, Stop method at Voltage interruption, Enery
Optimiser, Parameter access lock,
IP20 or IP66
IP20: -10 ºC to +50 ºC, IP66: -10 ºC to +40 ºC, Storage temperature is -40 ºC to +60 ºC
Max. 95 % non-condensing
No airborne dust, corrosive gases or liquids, conductive contaminants (such as condensation, carbon
dust, and metallic particles), high moisture, salt or chemical content environments
2000 meter bove sea level, Derate avove 1000 m: 1 %/100m
IEC 60068-2-29, IEC 60068-2-64, IEC 60068-2-6
No safety inputs
Built-in EMC-filter,
- EN61800-3:2004, 1*230 VAC: Class C1, C2, C3 and C4
- EN61800-3:2004, 3*400 VAC: Class C2, C3 and C4
CE, cUL, UL, RoHS, Carbon Trust, C Tick, SGS, GOST
Functions
Protection class
Ambient temperature
Maximum humidity
Environment
Maximum altitude
Vibrations
Safety functions
EMC
Approvals
Maximum motorcable
legth, m
Cooling fans IP66
Cooling fans IP20
Frame size
Weight
25
25
No
No
1
0,5
Internal Stirrer fan
Heatsink fan
1
1 or 2
2
0,6
0,9
1,1
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1,5
25/50
50
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1,9
Internal Stirrer fan
Heatsink fan
2
2
3
1,2
1,2
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1,4
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8 Warning and Alarm codes
Drive Display Fault
Description
Corrective Action
Fault Code
Number
0x00
Drive is healthy and in a stopped condition. The motor is not energised. No enable signal is present to start drive
StoP
P - dEF
0-1
0X0A
0x03
I.t - trP
0x04
QI – b
0x01
Factory Default parameters
have been loaded
Instantaneous Over current
on the drive output.
Excess load or shock load
on the motor.
Motor thermal overload
protection trip. The drive
has tripped after delivering
>100% of value in P-08 for
a period of time to prevent
damage to the motor.
Brake channel over current
(excessive current in the
brake resistor)
OL – br
0x02
Brake resistor thermal
overload. The drive has
tripped to prevent damage
to the brake resistor
PS – trp
0x05
Hardware Over Current
O - Uolt
0x06
Over voltage on DC bus
U - Uolt
0x07
Under voltage on DC bus
O-t
0x08
Heatsink over temperature
U–t
0x09
Under temperature
th – Flt
0x10
E – triP
0x0B
Faulty thermistor heatsink.
External trip
(on digital Input 3)
SC – trP
0x0C
Comms loss trip
P – LOSS
SPI n – F
dAtA – F
0x0E
0x0F
0x11
4 – 20 F
0x12
SC – FLt
FAULty
-
Input phase loss trip
Spin start failed
Internal memory fault.
Analog input current out of
range
Internal drive Fault
Internal drive Fault
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Fault occurs immediately on drive enable or run command
Check the output wiring connections to the motor and the motor for short circuits
phase to phase and phase to earth.
Fault occurs during motor starting then check
 motor is free to rotate and there are no mechanical blockages.
 if the motor has a brake fitted, check the brake is releasing correctly.
 star-delta connection of motor wiring
 Increase the acceleration time in P-03. Reduce the motor boost voltage in P-11
Fault occurs when motor operating at constant speed
Investigate overload or malfunction.
Fault occurs during motor acceleration or deceleration
The accel/decel times are too short. Increase P-03 or P-04.
 Ensure the correct motor nameplate current value is entered in P-08.
 Check for correct Star or Delta wiring.
 Check to see when the decimal points are flashing (which indicates the output
current > P-08 value). Increase acceleration ramp (P-03) or decrease motor load.
Check the total motor cable length is within the drive specification. Check the load
mechanically to ensure that no jams, blockages or other mechanical faults exist
Check the cabling to the brake resistor and the brake resistor for short circuits or
damage. Ensure the resistance of the brake resistor is equal to or greater than the
minimum value for the relevant drive.
Only occurs if P-34 = 1. The internal software protection for the brake resistor has
activated to prevent damage to the brake resistor.
If a standard braking resistor is being used, P-34 MUST be 1
Increase deceleration time (P-04) or 2nd dec. time (P-24). Reduce the load inertia
For Other Brake Resistors
Ensure the resistance of the brake resistor is equal to or greater than the minimum
value for the relevant drive. Use an external thermal protection device for the brake
resistor. In this case, P-34 may be set to 2
 Check the wiring to motor and for phase to phase and phase to earth short circuits.
 Disconnect motor and cable. Retest. If the drive trips with no motor connected,
replace drive. Check complete installation, test for insulation failiure .
Check the supply voltage is within the allowed tolerance for the drive. If the fault
occurs on deceleration or stopping, increase the deceleration time in P-04 or install a
suitable brake resistor and activate the dynamic braking function with P-34
The incoming supply voltage is too low. This trip occurs routinely when power is
removed from the drive. If it occurs during running, check the incoming power
supply voltage and all components in the power feed line to the drive.
The drive is too hot. Check the ambient temperature around the drive is within the
drive specification. Ensure sufficient cooling air is free to circulate around the drive.
Increase the panel ventilation if required. Ensure sufficient cooling air can enter the
drive, and that the bottom entry and top exit vents are not blocked or obstructed.
Trip occurs when ambient temperature is less than -10°C. Temperature must be
raised over -10°C in order to start the drive.
Refer to your IDL Authorised Distributor.
E-trip requested on digital input 3. Normally closed contact has opened for some
reason. If motor thermistor is connected check if the motor is too hot.
Check communication link between drive and external devices. Make sure each drive
in the network has its unique address.
Drive intended for use with a 3 phase supply has lost one input phase.
Spin start function failed to detect the motor speed.
Parameters not saved, defaults reloaded. Try again.
Check input current in range defined by P-16.
Refer to your IDL Authorised Distributor.
Refer to your IDL Authorised Distributor.
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