ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVE
SERIES 5 MICRO INVERTER
NEMA-1 / IP-40
Installation and Operation Manual
For Catalog Number - ID5601- EO
MN785
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section
Page
1 Introduction ......................................................................................................................3
Safety Notice ................................................................................................................. .8
2 Quick-Start Instructions....................................................................................................11
3 Mounting Instructions.......................................................................................................15
4 Electrical Connections .............................................................. ......................................15
5 Important Application Information ....................................................................................17
6 Setting Selectable Jumpers .............................................................................................19
7 Trimpot Adjustments ........................................................................................................21
8 Drive Operation................................................................................................................24
9 Pilot Light and Diagnostic LED’s......................................................................................25
10 Troubleshooting ...............................................................................................................26
Baldor District Offices ......................................................................................................31
Limited Warranty..................................................................................................Back Cover
Tables
Page
1 Standard Features ...........................................................................................................4
2 Performance Features .....................................................................................................4
3 Protection Features..........................................................................................................5
4 Selectable Jumpers .........................................................................................................5
5 Trimpot Adjustments ........................................................................................................5
6 Optional Accessories .......................................................................................................6
7 Electrical Ratings .............................................................................................................6
8 General Performance Specifications ...............................................................................7
9 Terminal Block Wire and Tightening Torque Specifications ............................................15
10 Drive Operating Condition and Run/Fault Relay Contact Status .....................................17
11 Drive Operating Conditions and Status LED Indications .................................................25
12 Troubleshooting Guide.....................................................................................................27
13 Fault Recovery and Setting Drive ....................................................................................28
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Figures
Page
1 Quick-Start Connection Diagram .....................................................................................11
2 Cover Layout....................................................................................................................12
3 Drive Layout .....................................................................................................................13
4 Mechanical Specifications................................................................................................14
5 AC Line Input, Motor, and Ground Connections ..............................................................16
6 Run/Fault Relay Output Connection ................................................................................16
7 Maximum Allowed Motor Torque vs. Speed ....................................................................18
8 Open Ventilated Motor with External Fan Cooling ...........................................................18
9 AC Line Input Voltage Selection (Jumper J1) ..................................................................19
10 Motor Horsepower Selection (Jumper J2) .......................................................................19
11 Automatic or Manual Start and Reset Selection (Jumper J3) ..........................................20
12 60 Hz or 50 Hz Motor Selection (Jumpers J4 and J5) .....................................................20
13 Available Torque vs. Output Frequency...........................................................................20
14 120 Hz and 100 Hz Drive Output Frequency Selection (Jumpers J4 and J5) .................21
15 “Run” or “Fault” Output Relay Operation Selection (Jumper J6)......................................21
16 Minimum Speed Trimpot (MIN) Range ............................................................................21
17 Maximum Speed Trimpot (MAX) Range ..........................................................................22
18 Acceleration Trimpot (ACCEL) Range .............................................................................22
19 Deceleration Trimpot (DECEL) Range.............................................................................22
20 Slip Compensation Trimpot (COMP) Range....................................................................22
21 Current Limit Trimpot (CL) Range....................................................................................23
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22 I t Trip Time vs. Motor Current.........................................................................................23
1 INTRODUCTION
Thank you for purchasing the Adjustable Frequency Drive, ID5601-EO. Baldor, Inc. is committed
to providing total customer satisfaction by producing quality products that are easy to install and
operate. The ID5601-EO is manufactured with surface mount components incorporating
advanced circuitry and technology. The ID5601-EO is an Adjustable Frequency Drive which is
capable of variable speed control. In addition, it is housed in a NEMA-1 / IP-40 enclosure. It is
designed to operate 208 – 230 Volt 50 & 60 Hz 3-phase AC induction motors from 1/8 HP thru 1
HP. The sine wave coded Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) output operates at a carrier frequency
of 16 kHz which provides high motor efficiency and low noise. Adjustable Linear Acceleration
and Deceleration make the drive suitable for soft-start applications. The Motor Horsepower
Selection Jumper allows the drive to be used on a wide range of motor horsepower (1/8, 1/4,
1/2, 3/4, 1 HP) without recalibration or programming.
Its user-friendly design makes the ID5601-EO easy to install and operate. Setting the drive to
specific applications is accomplished with selectable jumpers and trimpots, which eliminates the
computer-like programming required on other drives. However, for most applications no
adjustments are necessary.
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Main features include adjustable RMS Current Limit and I t Motor Overload Protection. In
addition, Adjustable Flux Vector Compensation with Static Auto-Tune and Boost provides high
torque and excellent load regulation over a wide speed range. Power Start™ delivers over 200%
motor torque to ensure startup of high frictional loads. Electronic Inrush Current Limit (EICL™)
eliminates harmful AC line inrush current. A Run/Fault Relay is provided, which can be used to
turn on or off equipment or to signal a warning if the drive is put into the Stop Mode or a fault has
occurred.
Standard front panel features include an On/Off AC Line Switch, a pilot light for power on, and a
Main Speed Potentiometer. Other features include PC board mounted diagnostic LEDs (Power
On (ON), Drive Status (ST) and Overload (OL)), Barrier Terminal Blocks to facilitate wiring (AC
line, motor, ground (earth), and Run/Fault Relay Output Contacts), adjustable trimpots (MIN,
MAX, ACCEL, DECEL, COMP, CL), customer selectable jumpers (AC Line Input Voltage
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Selection, Motor Horsepower, Automatic or Manual Start and Reset , Motor Frequency,
Frequency Multiplier, and a Run/Fault Output Relay). Refer to Tables 1 – 8, on pages 4, 5, and
6.
Optional accessories include: Forward-Stop-Reverse Switch.
Notes: 1. UL approved as an electronic overload protector for motors. 2. The optional ForwardStop-Reverse Switch is required for Manual Start
This product complies with all CE directives pertinent at the time of manufacture.
.
Contact your local Baldor District Office for Declaration of Conformity. Installation of a CE
approved RFI filter is required. Additional shielded cable and/or AC line cables may be
required along with a signal isolator.
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TABLE 1 - STANDARD FEATURES
Feature
Simple to Operate
Dual AC Line Voltage (115 or 208/230 Volt AC
Operation)
Motor Horsepower Selection Jumper
Diagnostic LED’s
Run/Fault Relay Output Contacts
Barrier Terminal Blocks
On/Off AC Line Switch
Pilot Light
Main Speed Potentiometer
Jumper Selections of Drive Output Frequency
Description
Does not require programming. Uses
trimpots and jumpers which are factory set
for most applications.
Controls 208 – 230 Volt AC, 50 & 60 Hz,
3-phase motors from 115 or 208/230 Volt
AC line. (Jumper J1 must be installed for
115 Volt AC line operation.)
Allows the drive to be used on a wide
range of motor horsepower (1/8, 1/4, 1/2,
3/4, 1 HP) without recalibration or
programming.
PC board mounted LEDs for Power on
(ON), Drive Status (ST), and Overload
(OL).
Can be used to turn on and off equipment
or to signal a warning if the drive is put
into a Stop Mode or a fault has occurred.
Facilitate wiring of AC line, motor, ground
(earth) and Run/Fault Relay Output
Contacts.
Panel mounted. Used to turn on or off
power to the drive.
Panel mounted. Indicates that power is
applied to the drive and the On/Off AC
Line Switch is set to the “ON” position.
Panel mounted. Provides adjustment of
motor speed.
Increases the motors speed up to two
times the rated RPM.
TABLE 2 - PERFORMANCE FEATURES
Feature
Description
Provides more than 200% starting torque
Power Start™
which ensures startup of high frictional
loads.
Flux Vector Compensation with Static Auto-Tune Provides excellent load regulation over a
and Boost
wide speed range.
Speed Range
60:1
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TABLE 3 - PROTECTION FEATURES
Description
Provides motor overload protection which
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Motor Overload (I t) with RMS Current Limit
prevents motor burnout and eliminates
nuisance trips*.
Eliminates harmful inrush AC line current
Electronic Inrush Current Limit (EICL™)
during startup.
Shuts down the drive if a short circuit
Short Circuit
occurs at the motor (phase-to-phase).
Eliminates tripping due to bus overvoltage
Regeneration
caused by rapid deceleration of high
internal loads.
Shuts down the drive if the AC line input
Undervoltage and Overvoltage
voltage goes above or below the
operating range.
Prevents failure of power devices caused
MOV input transient suppression.
by voltage spikes in the AC line.
Microcontroller Feature
Self monitoring and auto-reboot.
* UL approved as an overload protector for motors.
Feature
TABLE 4 – SELECTABLE JUMPERS (See Section 6, on page 19)
Feature
Description
AC Line Input Voltage Selection (115/230 Volts AC) Factory set for 208/230 VAC (Install
J1. Refer to Section 6.1, page 19.
Jumper for 115 VAC Operation).
Motor Horsepower (1/8, 1/4, 1/2, 3/4, 1 HP) J2.
Selectable for the motor use.
Refer to Section 6.2, page 19.
Factory set for Auto. Can be set for
Automatic or Manual Start and Reset. J3.
Automatic start or Manual start (Optional
Refer to Section 6.3, page 19.
FSR Switch required).
Factory set for 60 Hz. Must be set for the
Motor Frequency (50/60 Hz) J5.
motor being used. In addition, the drive
Frequency Multiplier (1X, 2X) J4.
may be set for up to 2X the motors rated
Refer to Sections 6.4.1 and 6.4.2, on page 20.
RPM.
“Run” or “Fault” Output Relay Operation. J6, Refer Factory set to RUN position. Set to either
to Section 6.5, page 20.
Run or Fault for intended application.
TABLE 5 - TRIMPOT ADJUSTMENTS (See Section 7, on pages 21 – 24)
Trimpot
Description
Minimum Speed (MIN), Refer to Section 7.1, page
Sets the minimum speed of the motor.
21.
Maximum Speed (MAX), Refer to Section 7.2, page
Sets the maximum speed of the motor.
22.
Acceleration (ACCEL), Refer to Section 7.3, page Sets the amount of time for the motor to
22.
accelerate from zero speed to full speed.
Deceleration (DECEL), Refer to Section 7.4, page Sets the amount of time for the motor to
22.
decelerate from full speed to zero speed.
Slip Compensation (COMP) Refer to Section 7.5, Sets the amount of Volts/Hz to maintain set
page 22.
motor speed under varying loads.
Sets the current limit and limits the
Current Limit (CL), Refer to Section 7.6, page 23.
maximum current (torque) to the motor.
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TABLE 6 - OPTIONAL ACCESSORY
Description
Catalog No.
Forward-Stop-Reverse Switch: Provides motor reversing, stop, and manual
start functions.
ID5FRS-2
TABLE 7 - ELECTRICAL RATINGS
AC Line Input
Catalog
No.
Volts AC
50/60 HZ,
(Phase Φ)
115,
ID5601
- EO
1Φ
208/2301,
1Φ
Output
Maximum
Current(Amps
AC)
Fuse or
Circuit
Breaker
Rating
(Amps)
16.0
20
10.0
15
Net Weight
Voltage
Range
(Volts
AC)
(Phase
Φ)
Maximum
Continuous
Load
Current
(RMS
Amps/
Phase)
Maximum
Horsepower
(HP(kW))
lbs.
kg
0 – 230
3.6
1 (.75)
2.42
1.09
3Φ
Note: 1. The drive is factory set for 208/230 Volt AC line input (J1 not installed). For 115 volt AC line
input, install Jumper J1 (supplied). See Section 6.1, on page 19.
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TABLE 8- GENERAL PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATIONS
Factory
Specification Setting
Description
1
115 Volt AC Line Input Voltage Operating Range (Volts AC)
208/230 Volt AC Line Input Voltage Operating Range (Volts AC)
115 (±15%)
208 (-15%) /
2
230 (+15%)
150
1/8, 1/4, 1/2,
3/4, 1
16
1
Maximum Load (% Current Overload for 1 Minute)
Horsepower Selection (HP) (Jumper J2)
Carrier Frequency (kHz)
Output Frequency Resolution (Bits)
Minimum Speed Trimpot (MIN) Range (% Frequency Setting)
Maximum Speed Trimpot (MAX) Range (% Frequency Setting)
Acceleration Trimpot (ACCEL) and Deceleration Trimpot (DECEL)
Range (Seconds)
Slip Compensation Trimpot (COMP) Range at Drive Rating (Volts/Hz)
Current Limit Trimpot (CL) Range (% Full Load)
Motor Frequency Setting (Hz) (Jumper J5)
Output Frequency Multiplier (1X, 2X) (Jumper J4)
3
──
──
──
1
──
10
──
0 – 40
0
70 – 110
100
.3 – 20
1.5
0–3
1.5
0 – 200
160
50, 60
60
1, 2
1
0.3
──
60:1
──
2.5
──
6
──
Undervoltage/Overvoltage Trip Points for 115 Volt AC Line Input (±5%)
1
(Volts AC)
76 / 141
──
Undervoltage/Overvoltage Trip Points for 208/230 Volt AC Line Input
(±5%)
151 / 282
──
1, 0.5, 0.25
──
0 – 40 /
32 – 104
──
Minimum Operating Frequency at Motor (Hz)
Speed Range (Ratio)
Speed Regulation (30:1 Speed Range, 0 – Full Load) (% Base Speed)
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Overload Protector Trip Time for Stalled Motor (Seconds)
Run/Fault Relay Output Contact Rating
(Amps at 30 Volts DC, 125 Volts AC, 230 Volts AC)
Operating Temperature Range (°C / °F)
Notes: 1. Do not operate the drive outside the specified AC line input voltage operating range. 2.
The drive is factory set for 208/230 Volt AC line input (Jumper J1 not installed). For 115 Volt AC
line input, install Jumper J1 (supplied). See Figure 3, on page 12. 3. Allows the motor to operate
up to two times the rated RPM. Constant motor horsepower will result when operating the drive
in the “2X” mode above the motor rated frequency. 4. Dependant on motor performance.
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SAFETY NOTICE
WARNING - STATEMENT INDICATES A POTENTIALLY HAZARDOUS SITUATION WHICH, IF
NOT AVOIDED, COULD RESULT IN INJURY OR DEATH.
CAUTION - Statement indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, If not avoided, could
result in damage to property.
Note - Additional information that is not critical to the installation or operation.
WARNING! READ ALL SAFETY WARNINGS, ON PAGE 8, BEFORE USING THE
DRIVE. DISCONNECT MAIN POWER BEFORE MAKING CONNECTIONS TO THE DRIVE. TO
AVOID ELECTRIC SHOCK, BE SURE TO PROPERLY GROUND THE DRIVE.
WARNING! THIS EQUIPMENT MAY CONTAIN VOLTAGES AS HIGH AS 1000
VOLTS! ELECTRICAL SHOCK CAN CAUSE SERIOUS OR FATAL INJURY. ONLY QUALIFIED
PERSONNEL SHOULD ATTEMPT THE START-UP PROCEDURE OR TROUBLESHOOT THIS
EQUIPMENT.
WARNING! ELECTRICAL SHOCK CAN CAUSE SERIOUS OR FATAL INJURY. BE
SURE THAT ALL POWER IS DISCONNECTED FROM DRIVE BEFORE THE COVER IS
OPENED. OPENING OF THE COVER IS REQUIRED TO MAKE INSTALLATION
CONNECTIONS. ELECTRICAL SHOCK CAN CAUSE SERIOUS OR FATAL INJURY IF THE
COVER IS REMOVED AND POWER IS STILL APPLIED.
WARNING! ELECTRICAL SHOCK CAN CAUSE SERIOUS OR FATAL INJURY.
VERIFY THERE IS NO VOLTAGE PHASE-TO-PHASE OR PHASE-TO-NEUTRAL AT THE AC
LINE CONDUCTORS BEFORE TOUCHING THE AC INPUT WIRES. DO NOT TOUCH LIVE
WIRES. ALL POWER MUST BE DISCONNECTED BEFORE PROCEEDING.
WARNING! IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURER
AND INDIVIDUAL INSTALLER TO SUPPLY THIS SAFETY WARNING TO THE ULTIMATE END
USER OF THIS PRODUCT. (SW/FSC 5/2005) BE SURE TO FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS
CAREFULLY. FIRE AND/OR ELECTROCUTION CAN RESULT DUE TO IMPROPER USE OF
THIS PRODUCT.
WARNING! DO NOT USE THIS DRIVE IN AN EXPLOSIVE ENVIRONMENT. AN
EXPLOSION CAN CAUSE SERIOUS OR FATAL INJURY. THIS DRIVE IS NOT EXPLOSION
PROOF.
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SAFETY NOTICE(Continued)
WARNING! HIGH VOLTAGE IS PRESENT IN THIS DRIVE. DISCONNECT MAIN
POWER BEFORE MAKING CONNECTIONS TO THE DRIVE. THE COVER MUST BE
PROPERLY INSTALLED AFTER ALL SETUP, CONNECTIONS, AND ADJUSTMENTS ARE
COMPLETE. IT REDUCES ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD. FAILURE TO OBSERVE THIS
WARNING COULD RESULT IN ELECTRICAL SHOCK OR ELECTROCUTION.
WARNING! HIGH VOLTAGE IS PRESENT IN THE DRIVE. DISCONNECT MAIN
POWER BEFORE MAKING CONNECTIONS TO THE DRIVE. DO NOT ADJUST TRIMPOTS
WITH THE MAIN POWER APPLIED. IF ADJUSTMENTS ARE MADE WITH THE MAIN POWER
APPLIED, AN INSULATED ADJUSTMENT TOOL (PROVIDED) MUST BE USED AND SAFETY
GLASSES MUST BE WORN. FIRE AND/OR ELECTROCUTION CAN RESULT IF CAUTION IS
NOT EXERCISED.
WARNING! HIGH VOLTAGE IS PRESENT IN THIS DRIVE. DISCONNECT MAIN
POWER BEFORE MAKING CONNECTIONS TO THE DRIVE. TO PREVENT ACCIDENTAL
CONTACT WITH HIGH VOLTAGE, IT IS REQUIRED THAT THE COVER BE PROPERLY
INSTALLED AFTER ALL SETUP, CONNECTIONS, AND ADJUSTMENTS ARE COMPLETE.
THIS REDUCES ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD. FAILURE TO OBSERVE THIS WARNING
COULD RESULT IN ELECTRICAL SHOCK OR ELECTROCUTION.
WARNING! AUTOMATIC START AND RESET: JUMPER J3 IS FACTORY SET TO
THE “AUTO” POSITION TO AUTOMATICALLY START THE DRIVE WHEN THE POWER IS
APPLIED AND THE ON/OFF AC LINE SWITCH IS SET TO THE “ON” POSITION.
WARNING! THE DRIVE WILL AUTOMATICALLY RESTART AFTER FAULT HAS
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CLEARED. IF AN I T OR SHORT CIRCUIT FAULT OCCURS, THE DRIVE MUST BE
RESTARTED BY SETTING THE ON/OFF AC LINE SWITCH TO THE “OFF” POSITION FOR A
MINIMUM OF 5 SECONDS.
WARNING! DO NOT DEPEND ON THE PILOT LIGHT OR THE PC BOARD
MOUNTED LED’s FOR A GUARANTEED POWER OFF INDICATION. BE SURE ALL AC
POWER IS "OFF" BEFORE SERVICING THE DRIVE TO AVOID ELECTRICAL SHOCK
HAZARD.
WARNING! MAKE SURE THAT THE POTENTIOMETER IS SET FULLY
COUNTERCLOCKWISE PRIOR TO APPLYING POWER. IF THIS IS NOT DONE, THE MOTOR
WILL RUN AT THE SPEED SETTING AT POWER UP. THIS MAY CAUSE BODILY INJURY IF
ONE IS IN CLOSE PROXIMITY OF MOVING PARTS.
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SAFETY NOTICE (Continued)
CAUTION! 1. Some motors have low speed characteristics, which cause overheating and
winding failure under light load or no load conditions. If the motor is operated in this
manner for an extended period of time, it is recommended that the unloaded motor current
be checked from 2 - 15 hz (60 - 450 rpm) to ensure motor current does not exceed the
nameplate rating. Do not use motor if the motor current exceeds the nameplate rating. 2. It
Is Recommended that the Drive be used with Inverter Duty or TENV Motors.
CAUTION! Disconnect motor leads (U, V and W) from control before performing a "Leakage
Resistance" test on the motor. Failure to disconnect motor from the control may result in
extensive damage to the control. The control is tested at the factory for high voltage I
leakage resistance as part of Underwriter Laboratory requirements.
CAUTION! Suitable for use on a circuit capable of delivering not more than 5,000 RMS
symmetrical short circuit amperes listed here at rated voltage.
CAUTION! Proper shielding, grounding, and filtering of this product can reduce the
emission of radio frequency interference (RFI) which may adversely affect sensitive
electronic equipment.
CAUTION! Do not use the "115V" position for 230 Volt AC line input voltage. Damage will
occur to the drive. The 115V position provides 2 times the AC input voltage to the motor.
CAUTION! GFCI Operation: Do Not Connect This Drive To An AC Power Source Controlled
By A Ground-Fault circuit-Interrupter.
CAUTION! If the current limit is adjusted above 160% of the motor nameplate rating, this
can cause overheating of the motor.
CAUTION! Do not leave the motor in a locked rotor condition for more than a few seconds
since damage may occur.
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2 QUICK-START INSTRUCTIONS
Important: You must read these simplified instructions before proceeding. These instructions
are to be used as a reference only and are not intended to replace the details provided herein.
You must read the “ALL” Safety Warnings on, page 8, before proceeding.
Note: This drive contains bus capacitors which must be reconditioned if the drive has been in
storage for over 1 year. To recondition the bus capacitors, apply the AC line, with the main
speed potentiometer set to zero, for a minimum of 30 minutes.
See Figures 1 – 4, on pages 11 - 14. See Section 5 - Important Application Information, on
page 17.
WARNING! HIGH VOLTAGE IS PRESENT IN THIS DRIVE. DISCONNECT MAIN
POWER BEFORE MAKING CONNECTIONS TO THE DRIVE. TO PREVENT ACCIDENTAL
CONTACT WITH HIGH VOLTAGE, IT IS REQUIRED THAT THE COVER BE PROPERLY
INSTALLED AFTER ALL SETUP, CONNECTIONS, AND ADJUSTMENTS ARE COMPLETE.
THIS REDUCES ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD. FAILURE TO OBSERVE THIS WARNING
COULD RESULT IN ELECTRICAL SHOCK OR ELECTROCUTION.
Note: It is recommended that both FeedThrough Bushings (See Figure 4, on page
13) be used to connect the drive. If signal
wiring (for the Run/Fault Relay Output
Contacts or for a remote Main Speed
Potentiometer)
is
required,
it
is
recommended that the extra Feed-Through
Bushing (supplied with the drive) be used to
replace the center Hole Plug. Standard 3/4”
fittings (not supplied) can also be used in lieu
of the Feed-Through Bushings.
2.1
MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS: See
Section 3, on page 15.
WARNING! DO NOT USE THIS
DRIVE IN AN EXPLOSION-PROOF
APPLICATION.
2.2
FIGURE 1 - QUICK-START CONNECTION
DIAGRAM
*For 115 VAC line, install jumper J1 (supplied).
Recommended Tightening Torque
lb-in (7), kg-cm (8)
AC LINE INPUT CONNECTION: Connect the single-phase AC line input to Terminal Block
TB1 (Terminals “L1”, “L2”), as shown in Figure 1. See Section 4.1, on page 15.
Application Note: Do not connect this drive to a GFCI.
Note: The drive is factory set for 208/230 Volt AC line input (Jumper J1 not installed). For 115
Volt AC line input, install Jumper J1 (supplied). See Section 6.1, on page 19.
2.3 AC LINE FUSING: It is recommended that a fuse(s) or circuit breaker be installed in the AC
line. Fuse each conductor that is not at ground potential. For the recommended fuse size,
see Table 7, on page 5. Also see Section 4.1, on page 15.
2.4 GROUND CONNECTION: Connect the ground wire (earth) to Terminal Block TB1
(Terminal “GND”), as shown in Figure 1 and Table 9, on page 15.
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2.5 MOTOR CONNECTION: Connect the motor to Terminal Block TB1 (Terminals “U”, “V”,
“W”), as shown in Figure 1, on page 10. (Load reactors may be required for cable lengths
over 100 ft. (30 m) – contact the local Baldor District Office). See Section 4.3, on page 16.
2.6 JUMPER SETTINGS: All jumpers have been factory set for most applications, as shown in
Figure 3, on page 10. Some applications require setting of the jumpers in order to set the
drive for a specific application. Jumper J2 must be set to match the horsepower of the
motor being used. Refer to Table 4, on page 5 and Section 6, on pages 19 - 21.
2.7 60 Hz and 50 Hz MOTOR OPERATION: The drive is factory set for 60 Hz motor operation
(Jumper J5 set to the “60Hz” position). See Section 6.4, on page 20.
2.8 PILOT LIGHT: After applying power to the drive and setting the On/Off AC Line Switch to
the “ON” position, the panel mounted Pilot Light will illuminate.
2.9 DIAGNOSTIC LEDs: After applying power to the drive and setting the On/Off AC Line
Switch to the “ON” position.
2.10 TRIMPOT SETTINGS: All trimpots have been factory set for most applications, as shown
in
Figure 3, on page 13. Some applications require adjustment of the trimpots in order to
setup
the drive for a specific requirement. See Section 7, on page 21.
FIGURE 2 – COVER LAYOUT
■ Front Cover Screws
■ Main Speed
Potentiometer
■ On/Off AC Line
Switch
■ Pilot light
■ Provision for
Optional
Forward-StopReverse
Switch
■ Hole Plug
12
FIGURE 3 – DRIVE LAYOUT
13
14
4.30
109
0.35
9.0
0.39
4X Ø
9.91
0.2
4X Ø
5.08
4.95
126
7.00
178
5.10
130
1.10
27.9
0.30
7.6
0.95
24.1
5.10
130
0.95
24.1
1.45
36.8
Feed-Through Bushing
1.00
25.4
4.15
59.7
3.20 105
2.35 81.3
Note: All Dimensions are measured in "Inches & mm".
Back View is shown dimensioned
without the cover installed.
Recommended tightening torque for the
two (2) front cover screws are, 5 inch lbs (6 kg-cm).
Side View is shown dimensioned
with the cover installed.
1.75
44.5
"Knockouts" for Standard 3 4 inch Fittings.
FIGURE 4 – MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS (INCHES/MM)
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MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS
The drive is designed with a NEMA-1 / IP-40 enclosure for indoor use. It is recommended that
the drive be mounted vertically on a flat surface with adequate ventilation. Leave enough room
below the drive to allow for AC line, motor connections, and any other wiring that is required.
Care should be taken to avoid extreme hazardous locations where physical damage can occur.
When mounting the drive in an enclosure, the enclosure should be large enough to allow for
proper heat dissipation so that the ambient temperature does not exceed 45°C (113 °F) at full
rating. A mounting template is included to facilitate mounting of the drive. See Figure 4, on page
14.
The drive is designed with a removable cover. To open the cover, the two front cover screws
must be removed. After mounting and connections, install and tighten the two front cover
screws to 5 lbs-in (6 kg-cm). Do not overtighten.
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ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
See Table 9, on page 14 for terminal block wire and tightening torque specifications.
WARNING! READ ALL SAFETY WARNINGS, ON PAGE 8, BEFORE USING THE
DRIVE. DISCONNECT MAIN POWER BEFORE MAKING CONNECTIONS TO THE DRIVE.
TO AVOID ELECTRIC SHOCK, BE SURE TO PROPERLY GROUND THE DRIVE.
Application Note: To insure proper operation, position and separate the AC line and motor
connections, signal connections, signal following circuitry, or start/stop contacts. Also, do not
combine (or in close proximity) motor wires from multiple drives in the same conduit. Use
shielded cables on all signal wiring over 12" (30 cm). The shield should be earth grounded on
the drive side only. Connect the drive in accordance with the National Electrical Code
requirements and other local codes that may apply.
Be sure to properly fuse each AC line conductor that is not at ground potential. Do not fuse
neutral or grounded conductors. A separate AC line switch or contactor must be connected as
a disconnect, so that each ungrounded conductor is opened. For fuse or circuit breaker rating,
see Table 7, on page 6. Also see Section 4.1.
TABLE 9 - TERMINAL BLOCK WIRE AND TIGHTENING TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS
Maximum Wire Size
(Copper)
Recommended
Tightening Torque
Insulation (75°C)
2
Terminal Block
Description
AWG
mm
lb-in
kg-cm
AC Line Input and Motor
TB1
12
3.3
7
8
Wiring
Run/Fault Relay Output
TB2
16
1.3
3.5
3
Contacts
4.1 AC LINE INPUT CONNECTION: Connect the single-phase AC line input to Terminal Block
TB1 (Terminals “L1”, “L2”). See Figure 5, on page 16.
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The rated AC line voltage of the drive must
match the actual AC line input voltage
setting of Jumper J1. The drive is factory
set for 208/230 Volt AC line input (Jumper
J1 not installed). For 115 Volt AC line input,
install Jumper J1 (supplied). See Section
6.1, on page 17.
FIGURE 5 – AC LINE INPUT, MOTOR
AND CONNECTIONS
CAUTION! GFCI Operation: Do Not
connect this drive to an AC power
source controlled by a Ground-Fault
Circuit-Interrupter.
4.1.1 AC Line Fusing: The drive does not
contain line fuses. Most electrical
codes require that each ungrounded
*For 115 VAC line, install jumper J1 (supplied).
conductor contain circuit protection.
Recommended Tightening Torque
Do not fuse neutral or ground
lb-in (7), kg-cm (8)
connections. It is recommended to
install a fuse (Littelfuse 326, Buss ABC, or equivalent) or a circuit breaker in series
with each ungrounded conductor. Connect the drive in accordance with the National
Electrical Code requirements and other local codes that may apply to the application.
Do not fuse motor leads. For the recommended fuse size, see Table 7, on page 6.
4.2 GROUND CONNECTION: Connect the ground (earth) wires from the AC line and motor to
Terminal Block TB1 (Terminal “GND”). See Figure 5.
4.3 MOTOR CONNECTION: Connect the motor to Terminal Block TB1 Terminals "U", "V", and
“W". See Figure 6. Motor cable length should not exceed 100 ft (30 m) – special reactors
may be required – consult our Sales Department. Be sure Jumper J2 is set to the
corresponding motor horsepower rating, as described in Section 7.2, on page 22.
Note: If the motor rotates in the incorrect direction, it will be necessary to disconnect the AC
line and change the position of the jumper on CON2 from “F” to “R” or reverse any
two motor leads.
4.4 RUN/FAULT RELAY CONNECTION:
The Run/Fault Relay Output Contacts
are located at TB2 and can be used to
turn on or off equipment or to signal a
warning if a fault has occurred or the
drive is put into the Stop Mode*. See
Figure 6. The Run/Fault Relay Contact
status for various drive operating
conditions is shown in Table 10. Also
see Section 6.5, on page 19.
Relay Contacts Ratings: 1 Amp at 30
Volts DC, 0.5 Amps at 125 Volts AC,
and 0.25 Amps at 250 Volts AC.
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FIGURE 6 - RUN/FAULT RELAY OUTPUT
CONNECTIONS
TB2
Normally Closed
Normally Open
Relay Common
Recommended Tightening Torque
lb-in (3.5), kg-cm (3)
*In order for the Run/Fault Relay to give “Stop Mode” indication, the optional Forward-StopReverse Switch (Catalog No.ID5FRS-2) must be installed.
TABLE 10 - DRIVE OPERATING CONDITION AND RUN/FAULT RELAY CONTACT STATUS
Run Relay Operation
Fault Relay Operation
(J5 Installed in “RUN” Position)
(J5 Installed in “FLT”
(Factory Setting)
Position)
Drive
Normally
Operating
Normally Open Normally Closed
Normally
Closed
Description
Condition
Contact
Contact
Open Contact Contact
Main Power
Power Off
Open
Closed
Open
Closed
Disconnected
Normal Drive
1
Run Mode
Closed
Open
Closed
Open
Operation
Selected by
Open
Closed
Closed
Open
Operator
3
Fault
Drive Tripped
Open
Closed
Open
Closed
Notes: 1. Run Mode is selected with the optional Forward-Stop-Reverse Switch or with the
jumper installed in CON2 (jumper installed in the “F-S” position for forward direction (factory
setting) or jumper installed in the “R-S” position for reverse direction). 2. Stop Mode is selected
2
using the optional Forward-Stop-Reverse Switch.3. I t, Short Circuit, Undervoltage, Overvoltage.
Stop Mode
5
2
IMPORTANT APPLICATION INFORMATION
WARNING! Do not use this drive in an explosion-proof application.
5.1 MOTOR WITH EXTERNAL FAN COOLING: Most totally enclosed fan-cooled (TEFC) and
open ventilated 3-phase AC induction motors will overheat if used beyond a limited speed
range at full torque. Therefore, it is necessary to reduce motor load as speed is decreased.
CAUTION! 1. Some motors have low speed characteristics, which cause overheating and
winding failure under light load or no load conditions. If the motor is operated in this
manner for an extended period of time, it is recommended that the unloaded motor
current be checked from 2 - 15 hz (60 - 450 rpm) to ensure motor current does not exceed
the nameplate rating. Do not use motor if the motor current exceeds the nameplate rating.
2. It Is Recommended that the Drive be used with Inverter Duty or TENV Motors.
Note: Some fan-cooled motors can be used over a wider speed range. Consult your Baldor
District Office for details.
Inverter duty and most totally enclosed non-ventilated (TENV) motors can provide full rated
torque over an extended speed range without overheating. See Figure 7 on page 18.
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FIGURE 7 – MAXIMUM ALLOWED MOTOR TORQUE VS. SPEED
INVERTER DUTY
AND TENV MOTORS
100
80
MAXIMUM
ALLOWED 60
MOTOR
TORQUE % 40
FAN COOLED TEFC AND
OPEN VENTILATED MOTORS
20
0
0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
MOTOR SPEED (%)
If external fan cooling is
provided,
open
ventilated
motors can also achieve an
extended speed range at full
rated torque. A box fan or
blower with a minimum of 100
CFM per HP is recommended.
Mount the fan or blower so the
motor is surrounded by the
airflow. See Figure 8.
FIGURE 8 - OPEN VENTILATED MOTOR
WITH EXTERNAL FAN COOLING
5.2 ELECTRONIC
MOTOR
OVERLOAD PROTECTION:
2
The drive contains Modified I t
Overload Protection.* Part of
this function consists of a
Current Limit (CL) circuit, which limits the drive current to a factory preset level of 160% of
the rated drive current. The CL Trimpot is used to recalibrate the drive current from 60%
thru 200%. The Power Start™ circuit provides an overshoot function that allows most
motors to develop more than 200% of starting torque.
2
Standard I t is undesirable because it causes nuisance tripping. It allows a very high
motor current to develop and will turn the drive off after a short period of time. The RMS
Current Limit Circuit avoids this nuisance tripping while providing maximum motor
protection.
2
If the motor is overloaded to 120% of full load (75% of the CL setting), the I t Timer starts.
If the motor continues to be overloaded at the 120% level, the timer will shut down the
drive after 30 minutes. If the motor is overloaded to 160% of full load, the drive will trip in
6 seconds. See Section 7.6, on page 23.
*UL approved as an overload protector for motors.
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6
SETTING SELECTABLE JUMPERS
WARNING! ELECTRICAL SHOCK CAN CAUSE SERIOUS OR FATAL
INJURY. BE SURE THAT ALL POWER IS DISCONNECTED FROM DRIVE BEFORE THE
COVER IS OPENED. OPENING OF THE COVER IS REQUIRED TO MAKE
INSTALLATION CONNECTIONS. ELECTRICAL SHOCK CAN CAUSE SERIOUS OR
FATAL INJURY IF THE COVER IS REMOVED AND POWER IS STILL APPLIED.
The drive has customer selectable jumpers which must be set before the drive can be used.
For an overview, see Table 4, on page 5. For location of jumpers, see Figure 3, on page 12.
6.1 AC LINE INPUT VOLTAGE (J1): The drive is factory set for 208/230 Volt AC line input
(Jumper J1 not installed). For 115 Volt AC line input, install Jumper J1. See Figure 9.
FIGURE 9 – AC LINE INPUT VOLTAGE SELECTION¹
208/230 Volt AC Line Input
2
(J1 not Installed (Factory Setting))
115 Volt AC Line Input (J1 Installed)
B
J1-B
J1
115VAC
115VAC
A
J1-A
B
J1-B
J1
J1-A
A
Notes: 1. The drive is factory set for 208/230 Volt AC line input (Jumper J1 not installed). For
115 Volt AC line input, install Jumper J1 (supplied). 2. Jumper J1 is supplied in the hardware
bag.
6.2 MOTOR HORSEPOWER (J2): Set Jumper J2 to
the corresponding position for the motor being
used. See Figure 10.
FIGURE 10 - MOTOR
HORSEPOWER SELECTION
6.3 AUTOMATIC OR MANUAL START AND
RESET SELECTION (J3): See Figure 11, on
page 20.
WARNING! AUTOMATIC START
AND RESET: JUMPER J3 IS FACTORY SET TO THE “AUTO” POSITION TO
AUTOMATICALLY START THE DRIVE WHEN THE POWER IS APPLIED AND THE
ON/OFF AC LINE SWITCH IS SET TO THE “ON” POSITION.
WARNING! THE DRIVE WILL AUTOMATICALLY RESTART AFTER FAULT
2
HAS CLEARED. IF AN I T OR SHORT CIRCUIT FAULT OCCURS, THE DRIVE MUST
BE RESTARTED BY SETTING THE ON/OFF AC LINE SWITCH TO THE “OFF”
POSITION FOR A MINIMUM OF 5 SECONDS.
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6.3.1 Manual Start and Reset*: In Manual Start Mode, the drive must be manually
restarted, after a fault has cleared, using the optional Forward-Stop-Reverse Switch.
2
If a Short Circuit or I t Fault occurs, the drive can be restarted by setting either the
On/Off AC Line Switch to the “OFF” position for a minimum of 5 seconds or setting
the Forward-Stop-Reverse Switch to the “STOP” position.
*Note: The optional Forward-Stop-Reverse Switch must be installed in order to use
the drive for Manual Start operation.
FIGURE 11 - AUTOMATIC OR MANUAL START AND RESET SELECTION
Automatic Start and Reset
(Factory Setting)
Manual Start and Reset
(J3 Installed in “AUTO” Position)
(J3 Installed in “MAN” Position)
6.4
60 Hz OR 50 Hz MOTOR OPERATION AND DRIVE OUTPUT FREQUENCY (J4 AND
J5): Both jumpers must be set for the appropriate motor nameplate frequency rating.
6.4.1 Setting the Drive for 60 Hz or 50 Hz Motor Operation: The drive is factory set to
operate 60 Hz motors. Jumper J5 is factory set to the “60Hz” position. For 50 Hz
motors, set Jumper J5 to the “50Hz” position, and be sure Jumper J4 is set to the
“1X” position. See Figure 12.
FIGURE 12 - 60 HZ OR 50 HZ MOTOR SELECTION
60 Hz Motor Operation
50 Hz Motor Operation
(Factory Setting)
(J4 Installed in “1X” Position)
(J4 Installed in “1X” Position)
(J5 Installed in “60Hz” Position)
(J5 Installed in “50Hz” Position)
6.4.2 Setting the Drive for
Two Times the Rated
Motor RPM: The drive
can also be used to
operate the motor up to
two times the rated
RPM.
However,
constant horsepower will
result when operating
the drive in the “2X”
mode above the motor
rated frequency.
See
Figure 13.
FIGURE 13 – AVAILABLE
TORQUE vs OUTPUT FREQUENCY
150
% TORQUE 50
CONSTANT
HORSEPOWER
0
0
2
50 / 60
OUTPUT FREQUENCY (HZ)
20
100 / 120
For 120 Hz output with 60 Hz motor, set Jumper J4 to the “2X” position and
be sure Jumper J5 is set to the “60Hz” position. For 100 Hz output with 50
Hz motor, set Jumper J4 to the “2X” position and set Jumper J5 to the “50Hz”
position. See Figure 14.
FIGURE 14 – 120 Hz AND 100 Hz DRIVE OUTPUT FREQUENCY SELECTION
120 Hz Output with 60 Hz Motor
100 Hz Output with 50 Hz Motor
(J4 Installed in “2X” Position)
(J4 Installed in “2X” Position)
(J5 Installed in “60Hz” Position)
(J5 Installed in “50Hz” Position)
6.5 RUN/FAULT OUTPUT RELAY OPERATION (J6): Jumper J6 is factory set to the “RUN”
position for “Run” operation of the Run/Fault Relay. For “Fault” operation of the Run/Fault
Relay, set Jumper J6 to the “FLT” position. See Figure 15.
FIGURE 15 - “RUN” OR “FAULT” OUTPUT RELAY OPERATION SELECTION
“Run” Output Relay Operation
(Factory Setting)
“Fault” Output Relay Operation
(J6 Installed in “RUN” Position)
(J6 Installed in “FLT” Position)
7
TRIMPOT ADJUSTMENTS
The drive contains trimpots that are factory set for most applications. See Figure 3, on page
12, for the location of the trimpots and their approximate factory calibrated positions. Some
applications may require readjustment of the trimpots in order to set the drive for a specific
requirement. The trimpots may be readjusted as described.
WARNING! IF POSSIBLE, DO NOT ADJUST TRIMPOTS WITH THE MAIN
POWER APPLIED. IF ADJUSTMENTS ARE MADE WITH THE MAIN POWER APPLIED, AN
INSULATED ADJUSTMENT TOOL MUST BE USED AND SAFETY GLASSES MUST BE
WORN. HIGH VOLTAGE EXISTS IN THIS DRIVE. FIRE AND/OR ELECTROCUTION CAN
RESULT IF CAUTION IS NOT EXERCISED. “ALL” SAFETY WARNINGS ON, PAGE 8,
MUST BE READ AND UNDERSTOOD BEFORE
PROCEEDING.
FIGURE 16 - MINIMUM SPEED
TRIMPOT RANGE
7.1
MINIMUM SPEED (MIN): Sets the minimum
speed of the motor. The MIN Trimpot is factory
set to 0% of frequency setting. For a higher
minimum speed, setting, rotate the MIN Trimpot
clockwise. See Figure 16.
(Shown Factory Set to 0%
Frequency Setting)
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7.2 MAXIMUM SPEED (MAX): Sets the maximum
speed of the motor. The MAX Trimpot is factory
set for 100% of frequency setting. For a lower
maximum speed setting, rotate the MAX Trimpot,
counterclockwise. For a higher maximum speed
setting, rotate the MAX Trimpot clockwise. See
Figure 17.
7.3 ACCELERATION (ACCEL): Sets the amount of
time for the motor to accelerate from zero speed
to full speed. The ACCEL Trimpot is factory set to
1.5 seconds. For a longer acceleration time, rotate
the ACCEL Trimpot clockwise. For more rapid
acceleration,
rotate
the
ACCEL
Trimpot
counterclockwise. See Figure 18.
FIGURE 17 - MAXIMUM SPEED
TRIMPOT RANGE
(Shown Factory Set to 100% of
Frequency Setting)
FIGURE 18 - ACCELERATION
TRIMPOT RANGE
Note: Rapid acceleration settings may cause the
current limit circuit to activate, which will extend
the acceleration time.
7.4 DECELERATION (DECEL): Sets the amount of
time for the motor to decelerate from full speed to
zero speed. The DECEL Trimpot is factory set to
1.5 seconds. For longer deceleration time, rotate
the DECEL Trimpot clockwise. For more rapid
deceleration,
rotate
the
DECEL
Trimpot
counterclockwise. See Figure 19.
Application Note: On applications with high
inertial loads, the deceleration may automatically
increase in time. This will slow down the rate of
speed of decrease to prevent the bus voltage from
rising to the Overvoltage Trip point. This function
is called Regeneration Protection.
It is
recommended that for very high inertial loads that
both the ACCEL and DECEL Trimpots be set to
greater than 10 seconds.
7.5 SLIP COMPENSATION (COMP): Sets the amount
of Volts/Hz to maintain set motor speed under
varying loads. The COMP Trimpot is factory set to
1.5 Volts/Hz, which provides excellent speed
regulation for most motors. To increase the slip
compensation, rotate the COMP Trimpot clockwise.
To decrease the slip compensation, rotate the
COMP Trimpot counterclockwise. See Figure 20.
(Shown Factory Set to 1.5 Seconds)
FIGURE 19 - DECELERATION
TRIMPOT RANGE
(Shown Factory Set to 1.5 Seconds)
FIGURE 20 - SLIP
COMPENSATION TRIMPOT
RANGE
(Shown Factory Set to 1.5 Volts/Hz)
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The slip compensation may be adjusted as follows:
A. Connect an AC RMS ammeter in series with one motor phase.
B. Run the motor and set the unloaded speed to
approximately 50% (900 RPM on 4-pole 1500/1725 RPM motors).
C. Using a tachometer, record the unloaded speed.
D. Increase motor loading until motor current is equal to the nameplate rated current
(AC Amps).
E. Adjust the COMP Trimpot until the loaded RPM is equal to the unloaded RPM.
The motor is now compensated to provide constant speed under varying loads.
7.6
2
FIGURE 21 – CURRENT
LIMIT TRIMPOT RANGE
WITH
RMS
MOTOR
OVERLOAD
(I t)
CURRENT LIMIT (CL)*: Sets the current limit
(overload), which limits the maximum current to
the motor, preventing motor burnout and
eliminating nuisance trips. The CL Trimpot is
factory set to 160% of the drive rated current. To
increase the current limit, rotate the CL Trimpot
clockwise. To decrease the current limit, rotate
the CL Trimpot counterclockwise. See Figure
21.
2
Figure 22, shows the I t Trip Time vs. Motor Current. Also see Section 5.2, on page 17.
*UL approved as an electronic overload protector for motors.
CAUTION! If the current limit is adjusted above 160% of the motor nameplate rating,
this can cause overheating of the motor.
CAUTION! Do not leave
the motor in a locked
rotor condition for more
than a few seconds since
damage may occur.
2
FIGURE 22 – I T TRIP TIME vs.
MOTOR CURRENT
Notes: 1. In order to
ensure that the motor is
properly protected with
2
the I t feature, it is
required that the CL
Trimpot be set for 160%
of the motor nameplate
rated
current,
as
described above. 2. This
adjustment
must be
made within 6 seconds
2
or the I t Trip will occur.
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The current limit may be adjusted as follows:
A. Connect an AC RMS ammeter in series with one motor phase.
B. Set the CL Trimpot fully counterclockwise.
C. Adjust the speed setting to 30%.
D. Lock the motor shaft and adjust the CL Trimpot to 160% of the motor nameplate
rated current.
8
DRIVE OPERATION
8.1 START-UP PROCEDURE: After the drive has been properly setup (jumpers and
trimpots set to the desired positions) and wiring completed, the start-up procedure can
begin.
WARNING! MAKE SURE THAT THE POTENTIOMETER IS SET FULLY
COUNTERCLOCKWISE PRIOR TO APPLYING POWER. IF THIS IS NOT DONE, THE
MOTOR WILL RUN AT THE SPEED SETTING AT POWER UP. THIS MAY CAUSE BODILY
INJURY IF ONE IS IN CLOSE PROXIMITY OF MOVING PARTS.
To start the drive, set the On/Off AC Line Switch to the “ON” position. If the AC power
has been properly brought to the drive, the Pilot Light will illuminate. If the optional
Forward-Stop-Reverse Switch has been installed, set it to the “FWD” or “REV” position.
The motor will begin to accelerate to the set speed. The PC board mounted “ST” and
“OL” LED’s will indicate the drive status, as described in Section 9.3 and 9.4 on page 25.
8.2 RESTARTING THE DRIVE AFTER A FAULT HAS BEEN CLEARED: The drive
monitors four faults (Undervoltage, Overvoltage, Short Circuit (at the motor (phase-tophase)), and Overload). The PC board mounted “ST” and “OL” LED’s will indicate the
drive status, as described in Section 9.3 and Section 9.4, on page 25. Also see Section
6.3, on page 19, for Automatic or Manual Start and Reset selection with Jumper J3. In
addition, Section 10.2 on page 26.
WARNING! THE DRIVE WILL AUTOMATICALLY RESTART AFTER FAULT
2
HAS CLEARED. IF AN I T OR SHORT CIRCUIT FAULT OCCURS, THE DRIVE MUST BE
RESTARTED BY SETTING THE ON/OFF AC LINE SWITCH TO THE “OFF” POSITION
FOR A MINIMUM OF 5 SECONDS.
8.2.1 Drive Set for Automatic Start and Reset (Factory Setting): The drive will
automatically restart after an Undervoltage or Overvoltage Fault has cleared. For
2
an I t Fault, be sure the fault has been cleared before restarting the drive. Check
the motor current with an AC RMS responding ammeter. Also, the CL setting
2
may be set too low. See Section 7.6, on page 23. For an I t or Short Circuit
Fault, the drive must be restarted by setting the On/Off AC Line Switch to the
“OFF” position for a minimum of 5 seconds.
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8.2.2 Drive Set for Manual Start and Reset *:. In Manual Start Mode, the drive must
be manually restarted after a fault has cleared, using the optional Forward-Stop2
Reverse Switch. If a Short Circuit or I t Fault occurs, the drive must be restarted
by setting either the On/Off AC Line Switch to the “OFF” position for a minimum of
5 seconds or setting the Forward-Stop-Reverse Switch to the “STOP” position.
* Note: The optional Forward-Stop-Reverse Switch must be installed in order to
use the drive for Manual Start operation.
9
PILOT LIGHT AND DIAGNOSTIC LED’s
WARNING! DO NOT DEPEND ON THE PILOT LIGHT OR THE PC BOARD
MOUNTED LED’s FOR A GUARANTEED POWER OFF INDICATION. BE SURE ALL AC
POWER IS "OFF" BEFORE SERVICING THE DRIVE TO AVOID ELECTRICAL SHOCK
HAZARD.
9.1
PILOT LIGHT: The Pilot Light will illuminate orange when the AC line is applied to the
drive and the On/Off AC Line Switch is set to the “ON” position.
9.2
POWER ON LED (ON): Located on the PC board, the “ON” LED will illuminate green
when the AC line is applied to the drive and the On/Off AC Line Switch is set to the “ON”
position.
9.3
STATUS LED (ST): Located on the PC board, the “ST” LED is a green LED, which
provides indication of a fault or abnormal condition. The information provided can be
used to diagnose an installation problem such as incorrect input voltage and drive output
miswiring. It also provides a signal, which informs the user that all drive and
microcontroller operating parameters are normal. Table 11, summarizes the “ST” LED
functions.
9.4
OVERLOAD LED (OL): The “OL” LED is a red LED, which provides indication of an
overload condition. Table 11, summarizes the “OL” LED functions.
TABLE 11 - DRIVE OPERATING CONDITIONS AND LED INDICATIONS
1
LED and Flash Rate Information
Drive Operating Condition
ST (Green)
OL (Red)
Normal operation
Slow Flash
Off
Overload
(120% - 160% Full Load)
Off
On
2
2
I t (Drive Timed Out)
Off
Quick Flash
Short Circuit
Off
Slow Flash
Undervoltage
Quick Flash
Overvoltage
Slow Flash
3
3
On
On
Stop
On
On
Notes: 1. Slow Flash = 1 second on and 1 second off. Quick Flash = 0.25 second on and 0.25
2
second off. 2. When the Overload is removed, before the I t times out and trips the drive, the “ST”
LED will flash green and the “OL” LED will turn off. 3. In Manual Restart Mode, when the
Undervoltage or Overvoltage condition is cleared, the “ST” and “OL” LED’s will flash red / (red and
green) / green.
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10
TROUBLESHOOTING
WARNING! HIGH VOLTAGE IS PRESENT IN THIS DRIVE. DISCONNECT MAIN
POWER BEFORE MAKING CONNECTIONS TO THE DRIVE. THE COVER MUST BE
PROPERLY INSTALLED AFTER ALL SETUP, CONNECTIONS, AND ADJUSTMENTS ARE
COMPLETE. IT REDUCES ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD. FAILURE TO OBSERVE
THIS WARNING COULD RESULT IN ELECTRICAL SHOCK OR ELECTROCUTION.
WARNING! HIGH VOLTAGE IS PRESENT IN THE DRIVE. DISCONNECT MAIN
POWER BEFORE MAKING CONNECTIONS TO THE DRIVE. DO NOT ADJUST TRIMPOTS
WITH THE MAIN POWER APPLIED. IF ADJUSTMENTS ARE MADE WITH THE MAIN
POWER APPLIED, AN INSULATED ADJUSTMENT TOOL (PROVIDED) MUST BE USED
AND SAFETY GLASSES MUST BE WORN. FIRE AND/OR ELECTROCUTION CAN
RESULT IF CAUTION IS NOT EXERCISED.
10.1 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE: Table 12, on page 25 provides information on
symptoms, possible causes, and the suggested troubleshooting solutions for the drive.
See Section 9, on page 24, for detailed information on LED status indicators.
10.2 FAULT RECOVERY: The drive monitors four faults (Undervoltage, Overvoltage, Short
Circuit at the motor (phase-to-phase), and Overload). Section 8, on page 24, describes
how the drive will automatically start (factory setting) after the fault has cleared.
Application Note: In Manual Start Mode, the drive must be manually reset for any fault.
Use the Forward-Stop-Reverse Switch, as described in Section 8.2.2, on page 24. Also
see Section 6.3, on page 19.
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TABLE 12 - TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Possible Cause
Suggested Solution
See Table 7, on page 6, for the
The line fuse or circuit breaker
correct line fuse or circuit
installed is the incorrect rating.
Line fuse blows or
breaker rating.
circuit breaker trips.
Check and replace defective
Drive or Motor Failure.
part.
On/Off AC Line Switch is in the Set the On/Off AC Line Switch
OFF position.
to the ON position.
Set
the
Main
Speed
The Main Speed Potentiometer
Potentiometer for the desired
is set to zero speed.
speed.
Motor does not run.
Main
Speed
The Main Speed Potentiometer, Verify
signal input, or motor connection Potentiometer, signal input, or
motor connections.
are open.
The Forward-Stop-Reverse
Set the Forward-Stop-Reverse
Switch (when installed) is set to Switch to the “FORWARD” or
the “STOP” position.
“REVERSE” position.
Check the motor current with an
The motor may be overloaded. AC RMS responding ammeter.
Reduce load.
The CL setting may need to be
increased. See Section 7.6, on
page 23.
Verify
Motor
Horsepower
Jumper, J2 is set correctly. See
Section 6.2, on page 19.
The drive must be manually
restarted by either of the
The Drive Trips due to overload following
methods:
1.
2
(I t Fault).
Disconnect and reconnect the
AC power (the "ST" LED must
Motor runs then stops after
change from quick flashing red
a short time.
to flashing red/yellow).
2. Set
the Main Speed Potentiometer
to zero (fully counterclockwise).
3. Open and close the ForwardStop-Reverse
Switch
(or
contact) or Run Switch (or
contact). See Section 6.3, on
page 19. Reduce load.
The Acceleration setting may Reduce the ACCEL Trimpot
setting, as described in Section
be too fast.
7.3, on page 22.
Rapid
Deceleration
change.
Overvoltage Fault
Verify drive setting. See Section
7.4, on page 22.
Short circuit Fault.
Verify motor condition.
Symptom
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TABLE 13 - FAULT RECOVERY AND RESETTING THE DRIVE*
Fault
Automatic Start Mode (Factory Setting)
Drive will automatically start after the bus voltage returns
Undervoltage
to the operational level or when the drive is first turned on
(power up).
Drive will automatically start after the bus voltage returns
Overvoltage
to the operational level.
Drive will automatically start after the short circuit is
Short Circuit
removed.
2
It
Drive must be manually restarted.
*The fault must be cleared before the drive can be reset.
2
10.3 STARTING THE DRIVE AFTER AN I t FAULT HAS BEEN CLEARED: The drive can
2
be restarted after an I t Fault has cleared by any of the following methods.
2
Note: If an I t Fault occurs, the motor may be overloaded. Check the motor current with
an AC RMS responding ammeter. Also, the CL setting may be set too low. See
Section 7.6, on page 23.
10.3.1 Disconnect the AC power. Wait 15 seconds. Reconnect the AC power. The
"ST" LED will change. Refer to Table 11, on page 25 for correct indication.
10.3.2
Set the Main Speed Potentiometer to zero (fully counterclockwise).
10.3.3 Open and close either the Forward-Stop-Reverse Switch (or contact) or Run
Switch (or contact). See Sections 6.3.1, on page 20.
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- Notes -
29
- Notes -
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65 SOUTH TURNPIKE ROAD
WALLINGFORD, CT 06492
PHONE: 203-269-1354
FAX: 203-269-5485
MICHIGAN
DETROIT
33782 STERLING PONDS BLVD.
STERLING HEIGHTS, MI 48312
PHONE: 586-978-9800
FAX: 586-978-9969
GRAND RAPIDS
668 3 MILE ROAD NW
GRAND RAPIDS, MI 49504
PHONE: 616-785-1784
FAX: 616-785-1788
MINNESOTA
MINNEAPOLIS
21080 134TH AVE. NORTH
ROGERS, MN 55374
PHONE: 763-428-3633
FAX: 763-428-4551
MISSOURI
ST LOUIS
422 INDUSTRIAL DRIVE
MARYLAND HEIGHTS, MO 63043
PHONE: 314-298-1800
FAX: 314-298-7660
KANSAS CITY
1501 BEDFORD AVENUE
NORTH KANSAS CITY, MO 64116
PHONE: 816-587-0272
FAX: 816-587-3735
NEW YORK
AUBURN
ONE ELLIS DRIVE
AUBURN, NY 13021
PHONE: 315-255-3403
FAX: 315-253-9923
FLORIDA
TAMPA/PUERTO RICO/VIRGIN ISLANDS
3906 EAST 11TH AVENUE
TAMPA, FL 33605
PHONE: 813-248-5078
FAX: 813-247-2984
NORTH CAROLINA
GREENSBORO
1220 ROTHERWOOD ROAD
GREENSBORO, NC 27406
P. O. BOX 16500
GREENSBORO, NC 27416
PHONE: 336-272-6104
FAX: 336-273-6628
GEORGIA
ATLANTA
62 TECHNOLOGY DR.
ALPHARETTA, GA 30005
PHONE: 770-772-7000
FAX: 770-772-7200
OHIO
CINCINNATI
2929 CRESCENTVILLE ROAD
WEST CHESTER, OH 45069
PHONE: 513-771-2600
FAX: 513-772-2219
ILLINOIS
CHICAGO
1601 FRONTENAC ROAD
NAPERVILLE, IL 60563
PHONE: 630-848-5100
FAX: 630-848-5110
INDIANA
INDIANAPOLIS
5525 W. MINNESOTA STREET
INDIANAPOLIS, IN 46241
PHONE: 317-246-5100
FAX: 317-246-5110
IOWA
DES MOINES
1800 DIXON STREET, SUITE C
DES MOINES, IA 50316
PHONE: 515-263-6929
FAX: 515-263-6515
MARYLAND
BALTIMORE
6660 SANTA BARBARA RD.
SUITE 22-24
ELKRIDGE, MD 21075
PHONE: 410-579-2135
FAX: 410-579-2677
MASSACHUSETTS
BOSTON
6 PULLMAN STREET
WORCESTER, MA 01606
PHONE: 508-854-0708
FAX: 508-854-0291
CLEVELAND
8929 FREEWAY DRIVE
MACEDONIA, OH 44056
PHONE: 330-468-4777
FAX: 330-468-4778
OKLAHOMA
TULSA
2 EAST DAWES
BIXBY, OK 74008
PHONE: 918-366-9320
FAX: 918-366-9338
OREGON
PORTLAND
20393 SW AVERY COURT
TUALATIN, OR 97062
PHONE: 503-691-9010
FAX: 503-691-9012
PENNSYLVANIA
PHILADELPHIA
1035 THOMAS BUSCH
MEMORIAL HIGHWAY
PENNSAUKEN, NJ 08110
PHONE: 856-661-1442
FAX: 856-663-6363
PITTSBURGH
616H BEATTY ROAD
MONROEVILLE, PA 15146
PHONE: 412-380-7244
FAX: 412-380-7250
TENNESSEE
MEMPHIS
4000 WINCHESTER ROAD
MEMPHIS, TN 38118
PHONE: 901-365-2020
FAX: 901-365-3914
TEXAS
HOUSTON
4647 PINE TIMBERS
SUITE # 135
HOUSTON, TX 77041
PHONE: 713-895-7062
FAX: 713-690-4540
CHINA
SHANGHAI JIAHUA BUSINESS CENTER
ROOM NO. A-8421
808 HONG QIAO ROAD
SHANGHAI 200030
PHONE: 86-21-64473060
FAX: 86-21-64078620
DALLAS
3040 QUEBEC
DALLAS, TX 75247
PHONE: 214-634-7271
FAX: 214-634-8874
GERMANY
DIESELSTRASSE 22
D-85551 KIRCHHEIM
MUNICH, GERMANY
PHONE: +49 89 90 5080
FAX: +49 89 90 8492
UTAH
SALT LAKE CITY
2230 SOUTH MAIN STREET
SALT LAKE CITY, UT 84115
PHONE: 801-832-0127
FAX: 801-832-8911
WISCONSIN
MILWAUKEE
2725 SOUTH 163RD STREET
NEW BERLIN, WI 53151
PHONE: 262-784-5940
FAX: 262-784-1215
INTERNATIONAL SALES
FORT SMITH, AR
P. O. BOX 2400
FORT SMITH, AR 72902
PHONE: 479-646-4711
FAX: 479-648-5895
CANADA
EDMONTON, ALBERTA
4053-92 STREET
EDMONTON, ALBERTA T6E 6R8
PHONE: 780-434-4900
FAX: 780-438-2600
OAKVILLE, ONTARIO
2750 COVENTRY ROAD
OAKVILLE, ONTARIO L6H 6R1
PHONE: 905-829-3301
FAX: 905-829-3302
MONTREAL, QUEBEC
1844 WILLIAM STREET
MONTREAL, QUEBEC H3J 1R5
PHONE: 514-933-2711
FAX: 514-933-8639
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA
1538 KEBET WAY
PORT COQUITLAM, BC V3C 5M5
PHONE 604-421-2822
FAX: 604-421-3113
WINNIPEG, MANITOBA
54 PRINCESS STREET
WINNIPEG, MANITOBA R3B 1K2
PHONE: 204-942-5205
FAX: 204-956-4251
AUSTRALIA
UNIT 3, 6 STANTON ROAD
SEVEN HILLS, NSW 2147,
AUSTRALIA
PHONE: (61) (2) 9674 5455
FAX: (61) (2) 9674 2495
UNIT 8, 5 KELLETTS ROAD
ROWVILLE, VICTORIA, 3178
AUSTRALIA
PHONE: (61) (3) 9753 4355
FAX: (61) (3) 9753 4366
AMÉRICA DEL SUR
APTDO. 9109 0818 ZONA 6
BETHANIA,
CIUDAD DE PANAMÁ, PANAMÁ
PHONE: +507 261-5347
FAX: +507 261-5355
INDIA
14, COMMERCE AVENUE
MAHAGANESH COLONY
PAUD ROAD
PUNE - 411 038
MAHARASHTRA, INDIA
PHONE: 91 20 25 45 95 31
FAX: 91 20 25 45 95 30
ITALY
BALDOR ASR AG
SUCCURSALE DI MENDRISIO
VIA BORROMINI, 20A
CH-6850 MENDRISIO
SWITZERLAND
PHONE: 0041 91 640 99 50
FAX: 0041 91 630 26 23
JAPAN
DIA BLDG 802,
2-21-1 TSURUYA-CHO,
KANAGAWA-KU
YOKOHAMA, 221-0835, JAPAN
PHONE: 81-45-412-4506
FAX: 81-45-412-4507
KOREA
ROOM 208-37
INCHEON INDUSTRIAL GOODS
CIRCULATING CENTER
SONGHYEON 3-DONG, DONG-GU
INCHEON. KOREA, 401-705
PHONE: 82 32 588 3253
FAX: 82 32 588 3254
MÉXICO
KM. 2.0 BLVD. AL AEROPUERTO
LEÓN 37545, GUANAJUATO,
MÉXICO
PHONE: 52 477 761 2030
FAX: 52 477 761 2010
MIDDLE EAST & NORTH AFRICA
VSE INTERNATIONAL CORP.
3233 NORTH ARLINGTON HEIGHTS
SUITE 100W
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, IL 60004
PHONE: 847-590-5547
SINGAPORE
51 KAKI BUKIT ROAD 2
KB WAREHOUSE COMPLEX
SINGAPORE 417863
PHONE: (65) 6 744 2572
FAX: (65) 6 747 1708
SWITZERLAND
POSTFACH 73
SCHUTZENSTRASSE 59
CH-8245 FEUERTHALEN
SWITZERLAND
PHONE: +41 52 647 4700
FAX: +41 52 659 2394
TAIWAN
4F, NO. 25, SEC. 1,
TUNHUA S ROAD,
TAIPEI 10557, TAIWAN, R.O.C.
PHONE: (886-2) 2577-4352
FAX: (886-2) 2577-4157
CENTRO AMÉRICA Y CARIBE
UNITED KINGDOM
RESIDENCIAL PINARES DE SUIZA
6 BRISTOL DISTRIBUTION PARK
POL. 15 #44,
HAWKLEY DRIVE
NVA. SAN SALVADOR, EL SALVADOR BRISTOL BS32 0BF U.K.
PHONE: +503 2288-1519
PHONE: +44 1454 85 9000
FAX: +503 2288-1518
FAX: +44 1454 85 9001
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LIMITED WARRANTY
For a period of 2 years from the date of original purchase, Baldor will repair or
replace without charge, controls which our examination proves to be defective in
material or workmanship. This warranty is valid if the unit has not been tampered
with by unauthorized persons, misused, abused, or improperly installed and has
been used in accordance with the instructions and/or ratings supplied. The
warranty is in lieu of any other warranty or guarantee, expressed or implied. Baldor
shall not be held responsible for any expense, including installation and removal,
inconvenience, or consequential damage, including injury to any person, caused
by items of our manufacture or sale. (Some states do not allow the exclusion or
limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above exclusion may not
apply.) In any event, Baldor’s total liability, under all circumstances, shall not
exceed the full purchase price of the control. Claims for purchase price refunds,
repairs, or replacements must be referred to Baldor with all pertinent data as to the
defect, the date purchased, the task performed by the control, and the problem
encountered. No liability is assumed for expendable items, such as fuses.
Goods may be returned only with written notification including a Baldor Return
Authorization Number and any return shipments must be prepaid.
Baldor Electric Company
P. O. Box 2400
Ft. Smith, AR 72902-2400
(479) 646-4711
Fax (479) 648-5792
(A40158) – Rev. A - 2/2008
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