Handleiding V5 softstarters

Handleiding V5 softstarters
Digital Softstarter
Getting Started Manual
Electronic Softstarter
Getting Started Manual
Edition: September 2010
V5IM01FI Rev. F
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SAFETY SYMBOLS
Always follow safety instructions to prevent accidents and potential hazards from occurring.
WARNING
CAUTION
This symbol means improper operation may results in serious personal
injury or death.
Identifies shock hazards under certain conditions. Particular attention should
be given because dangerous voltage may be present. Maintenance
operation should be done by qualified personnel
Identifies potential hazards under certain conditions. Read the message and
follow the instructions carefully.
Identifies shock hazards under certain conditions. Particular attention should
be given because dangerous voltage may be present.
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Edition of September 2010
This publication could present technical imprecision or misprints. The information here included will be
periodically modified and updated, and all those modifications will be incorporated in later editions.
To consult the most updated information of this product you might access through our website
www.power-electronics.com where the latest version of this manual can be downloaded.
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Revisions
4
Date
Revision
January 2005
September 2006
June 2008
July 2009
A
B
C
D
September 2009
E
September 2010
F
Description
Original version.
Installation regulation. New Frame 5.
New equipments ref. V51000 and V51000.6 for Frame 4.
Edition 2009. Information for Internal Bypass. Screen description.
Power ratings updated.
Edition 2009. Correction of Reset contact from NC to NO in drawings
and descriptions. Misprints updating.
PTC sensibility correction. Misprints updating.
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1.
INTRODUCTION ..................................................................................................................
1.1. Code Description .......................................................................................................
1.2. Description of the Equipment .....................................................................................
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2.
INSTALLATION AND CONNECTION ..................................................................................
2.1. Environmental Conditions ..........................................................................................
2.2. Degree of Protection ..................................................................................................
2.3. Installation of the Softstarter ......................................................................................
2.4. Power Loss Dissipation ..............................................................................................
2.5. Power Connections and Control Wiring .....................................................................
2.6. Considerations before Commissioning the V5 Softstarter ..........................................
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3.
POWER RANGE ..................................................................................................................
3.1. V5 Standard Softstarter..............................................................................................
3.2. V5 Softstarter with Internal Bypass ............................................................................
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TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS ......................................................................................
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5.
DIMENSIONS .......................................................................................................................
5.1. Dimensions for Frames 1 and 2 .................................................................................
5.2. Dimensions for Frames 3 and 4 .................................................................................
5.3. Dimensions for Frame 5 .............................................................................................
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6.
CONFORMITY DECLARATION ...........................................................................................
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7.
CONNECTION TERMINALS ................................................................................................
7.1. Control Connection Drawing ......................................................................................
7.2. Terminal Description ..................................................................................................
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8.
DISPLAY UNIT AND KEYPAD OPERATION ......................................................................
8.1. LCD Display ...............................................................................................................
8.2. Control Keys ..............................................................................................................
8.3. Start and Stop-Reset / Slow Speed Buttons ..............................................................
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9.
STATUS MESSAGES ..........................................................................................................
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10. GENERAL INFORMATION SCREENS ................................................................................
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11. PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION ...........................................................................................
11.1. Group 1 – G1: MENU OPTIONS ................................................................................
11.2. Group 2 – G2: NAMEPLATE ......................................................................................
11.3. Group 3 – G3: PROTECTIONS .................................................................................
11.4. Group 4 – G4: ACCELERATION ...............................................................................
11.5. Group 5 – G5: DECELERATION ...............................................................................
11.6. Group 6 – G6: INPUTS ..............................................................................................
11.7. Group 7 – G7: OUTPUTS ..........................................................................................
11.8. Group 8 – G8: DUAL SETTING .................................................................................
11.9. Group 9 – G9: COMPARATORS ...............................................................................
11.10. Group 10 – G10: FAULT HISTORY ...........................................................................
11.11. Group 11 – G11: STATISTICS ...................................................................................
11.12. Group 12 – G12: SLOW SPEED ................................................................................
11.13. Group 13 – G13: DC BRAKE .....................................................................................
11.14. Group 14 – G14: SERIAL COMMUNICATION ...........................................................
11.15. Group 15 – G15: AUTO RESET ................................................................................
11.16. Group 16 – G16: PUMP CONTROL 1........................................................................
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12. FAULT MESSAGES. DESCRIPTION AND ACTIONS ........................................................
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13. COMMONLY USED CONFIGURATIONS ............................................................................
13.1. Settings ......................................................................................................................
13.2. Recommended Power Installation .............................................................................
13.3. Operation Mode .........................................................................................................
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14. CONFIGURATION REGISTER ............................................................................................
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IMPORTANT!
 Read this manual carefully to maximise the performance of this product and to ensure its safe use.
 In this manual, safety messages are classified as follows:
WARNING
Do not remove the cover while the power is applied or the softstarter is in operation. Otherwise
electric shock could occur.
Do not run the softstarter with the front cover removed. Otherwise you may get an electric shock due
to the high voltage terminals or exposure of charged capacitors.
Do not remove the cover except for periodic inspections or wiring, even if the input power is not
applied. Otherwise you may access the charged circuits and get an electric shock.
Operate the switches with dry hands. Otherwise you may get an electric shock.
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Do not use cables with damaged insulation. Otherwise you may get an electric shock.
Do not subject the cables to abrasions, excessive stress, heavy loads or pinching. Otherwise, you
may get an electric shock.
CAUTION
Install the softstarter on a non-flammable surface. Do not place flammable material nearby. Otherwise
fire could occur.
Disconnect the input power if the softstarter gets damaged. Otherwise it could result in a secondary
accident or fire.
After the input power is applied or removed, the softstarter will remain hot for a couple of minutes.
Touching hot parts may result in skin burns.
Do not apply power to a damaged softstarter or to a softstarter with parts missing even if the
installation is complete. Otherwise you may get an electric shock.
Do not allow lint, paper, wood chips, dust, metallic chips or other foreign matter into the
softstarter. Otherwise fire or accident could occur.
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WARNINGS
RECEPTION
 The V5 Softstarters are carefully tested and perfectly packed before leaving the factory.
 In the even of transport damage, please ensure that you notify the transport agency and POWER
ELECTRONICS: 902 40 20 70 (International +34 96 136 65 57) or your nearest agent, within 24hrs
from receipt of the goods.
UNPACKING
 Make sure model and serial number of the softstarter are the same on the box, delivery note and
unit.
 Each softstarter is supplied with a SD700 technical manual.
RECYCLING
 Packing of the equipments should be recycled. For this, it is necessary to separate different
materials included (plastic, paper, cardboard, wood, ...) and deposit them on proper banks.
 Waste products of electric and electronic devices should be selectively collected for their correct
environmental management.
SAFETY
 Before operating the softstarter, read this manual thoroughly to gain and understanding of the unit.
If any doubt exists then please contact POWER ELECTRONICS, (902 40 20 70 / +34 96 136 65 57)
or your nearest agent.
 Wear safety glasses when operating the softstarter with power applied and the front cover is
removed.
 Handle the softstarter with care according to its weight.
 Install the softstarter according to the instructions within this manual.
 Do not place heavy objects on the softstarter.
 Ensure that the mounting orientation is correct.
 Do not drop the softstarter or subject it to impact.
 The V5 softstarters contain static sensitive printed circuits boards. Use static safety procedures
when handling these boards.
 Avoid installing the softstarter in conditions that differ from those described in the Technical
Characteristics section.
CONNECTION PRECAUTIONS
 To ensure correct operation of the softstarter it is recommended to use a SCREENED CABLE for
the control wiring.
 Do not disconnect motor cables if input power supply remains connected. The internal circuits of the
V5 Series will be damaged if the incoming power is connected and applied to output terminals (U,
V, W).
 During acceleration and deceleration mode, it is recommended to unplug a capacitor battery.
 The SCR‟s used at the power circuit are electronic switches therefore it is recommended to use the
configurations as shown on Fig. 2.2 or Fig. 2.3 of this manual.
TRIAL RUN
 Verify all parameters before operating the softstarter. Alteration of parameters may be required
depending on application and load.
 Always apply voltage and current signals to each terminal that are within levels indicated within this
manual. Otherwise, damage to the softstarter may result.
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1. INTRODUCTION
1.1. Code Description
EXAMPLE
CODE:
V50275.6B
V5
0275
.6
B
V5
Series
Output
Current
Input Voltage
Internal Bypass
0275
275A
-
230-500V
-
NO Internal Bypass
0330
330A
.6
690V
B
WITH Internal Bypass
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1.2. Description of the Equipment
V5 Series is the 4th Power Electronics Softstarter generation. It is a new electronic softstarter that
integrates most advanced control systems to assure a perfect motor operation at any industrial
application. Outstanding features:
 Mounting simplicity and versatility.
Its cabinet format provides a fast installation and easy access to power and control
terminals.
All V5 Series incorporate a unique and common control board for all power ratings.
 Control flexibility.
Commissioning is possible via local display unit or PC (PowerCOMS program).
It includes 2 analogue inputs and 5 digital inputs, 3 output relays and 1 analogue output,
to provide user with plenty of control possibilities.
RS232/RS485 serial communications are built-in: compatible with communication
protocols Modbus, Profibus-DP, DeviceNet, N2-Metasys, etc.
 INTERNAL BYPASS.
The new V5 models offer the Bypass contactors already built in, the need for additional
external hardware will be significantly reduced with the result of consequent space
savings ( an additional electrical cabinet is not needed). Additionally it reduces
installation time and the wiring verification, thus avoiding possible errors in external
wiring.
Also, heat dissipation during operation is much less, which effects the corresponding
saving in ventilation components in the implemented electrical cabinets. The current
measurement of the softstarter will not suffer any change and the internal protections will
be completely active, thus ensuring the motor protection all the time.
The internal bypass is automatically switched on after the acceleration has been finished,
bridging the internal SCRs but without interrupting the normal operation of the softstarter
and the motor.
At the end, the connection of the equipment is easy, safe and effective.
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2. INSTALLATION AND CONNECTION
2.1. Environmental Conditions
The maximum ambient/working temperature for the V5 is 45ºC. The V5 can be operated in a higher
ambient temperature of up to 50ºC by de-rating the soft starter by 2% for every degree over 45ºC.
2.2. Degree of Protection
The V5 soft starter ingress protection is IP20. This means that the soft starter is protected against
finger contact with hazardous or moving parts inside the enclosure, and protection of against ingress
of foreign objects with a diameter greater than 12mm.
2.3. Installation of the Softstarter
The V5 soft starter is designed for vertical mounting.
Input bus bars are located in the top and motor bus bars must be connected at the bottom, except for
models V50009 to V50090 where both, input and output must be connected at the bottom.
To improve heat dissipation, it is recommended to mount the soft starter on a metal gear plate.
In case of units are installed inside a cabinet, it is required to calculate the corresponding ventilation.
When installed within a cabinet, proper ventilation is to be provided. A minimum of 40mm side
clearance and 150mm top and bottom distance is to be kept between soft starters and or side of the
enclosure.
Do not install V5 above any heat source, unless heat airflow is forced out of the cabinet.
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Figure 2.1 Installation and minimum distance between V5 units
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2.4. Power Loss Dissipation
The V5 has a power loss of 3 watts per amp. For example this means that a V50210 has a power
loss of 630 watts at full load.
2.5. Power Connections and Control Wiring
2.5.1. Power Connections
Most electrical wiring regulations require a mains isolator on solid state equipment. The V5 falls in
to this category. This is to ensure there is an air break in the circuit as semiconductors cannot be
relied upon to be safe isolation. There are many choices, the most common are thermal magnetic
protection with a trip coil in conjunction with a contactor.
Magnetic protection is required to protect the V5 from damage due in the event of a short circuit
within the V5 or on the output cabling or motor. When faster protection is desired, semiconductor
fuses are recommended. The fuses should be mounted as close to the V5 as possible. Power
factor correction capacitors must not be connected after the fuses or on the output of the V5.
The V5 protects the motor with electronic overload sensing, so an external overload relay is not
necessary. If multiple motors are connected, separate overloads are required for each motor.
An isolator can be fitted after the V5 but is recommended for off load use only. Whilst a motor
isolator is not necessary for the operation of the V5, site standards or electrical wiring regulations
may require this to be installed.
If a contactor is to be fitted, one of the V5 output relays can be used to energise this on receiving
an external start signal. (G7.1 Relay 1 = 11 Instantaneous).
Note: It is absolutely necessary that the installer guaranties the correct observance of the law and the
regulations that are in force in those countries or areas where this device is going to be installed.
 Recommended Configuration
Figure 2.2 Recommended power wiring
Note: RELAY 3 (Terminals 7 and 8) configured as GENERAL FAULT >> G7.3= 09
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 Configuration with Supply Contactor
Figure 2.3 Line Contactor (CL) configuration
Note: RELAY 1 (Terminals 1 and 2) configured as INSTANTANEOUS) >> G7.1= 14
 External Bypass Configuration
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Figure 2.4 Power wiring configuration with External Bypass
Note: RELAY 2 (Terminals 4 and 5) must be configured as BYPASS / REACT >> G7.2= 15
Bypass contactor can be AC1 category.
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 Internal Bypass Configuration
Figure 2.5 Power wiring configuration with Internal Bypass
Note: RELAY 2 (Terminals 4 and 5) is reserved for the activation of the Internal Bypass. It is configured
as BYPASS / REACT >> G7.2= 15
Bypass contactor can be AC1 category.
 Configuration for compensation capacitors.
Figure 2.6 Configuration for compensation capacitors
Note: RELAY 2 (Terminals 4 and 5) must be configured as BYPASS / REACT >> G7.2= 15
To avoid damages do not connect capacitors at the output of the V5.
This circuitry is only valid if compensation capacitors are operating for the motor connected to the V5.
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2.5.2. Control Wiring
For further information about control terminals, see section „7 CONNECTION TERMINALS‟.
 STANDARD CONTROL WIRING Configuration
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Figure 2.7 Control wiring for standard equipment
Note:
- Wiring distance
Control wiring should not be run in parallel with power input or output cables to the motor. There
should be a minimum distance of 300mm between power and control cables, and should be crossed
at right angles.
- Input and Outputs
All signals do need to be screened when running in parallel with power cables.
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 Configuration of CONTROL WIRING WITH INTERNAL BYPASS
Figure 2.8 Control wiring for equipment with Internal Bypass
Note:
- Wiring distance
Control wiring should not be run in parallel with power input or output cables to the motor. There
should be a minimum distance of 300mm between power and control cables, and should be crossed
at right angles.
- Input and Outputs
All signals do need to be screened when running in parallel with power cables.
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2.6. Considerations before commissioning the V5 Softstarter
1.
Check for foreign objects in the V5 cabinet – particularly which left there from installation.
2.
Check that the control board supply (L - N, 230VAC ±10%) is connected.
3.
Check that the power supply is connected to the terminals L1, L2, L3 and the motor is connected
to the terminals U, V, W. Confirm that the supply is according to the V5 specifications. The motor
current should not exceed the V5 rating.
4.
Check all control wiring, close V5 cabinet and ensure the installation is electrically safe and that it
is safe to run the motor.
5.
It is recommended that all digital inputs are disconnected before applying voltage to the V5 for the
first time to prevent accidentally starting the motor. It is also recommended not to apply main
voltage (3ph~) before commissioning the softstarter.
Note: V5 Softstarter are configured with START, STOP, RESET from keypad by default.
6.
Digital input status can be checked through screen G0: DIG INPUT= X 0 0 0 0 F.
X indicates this digital input is on, 0 indicates the digital input is off.
K indicates PTC input is not active. F indicates PTC input is active.
As default, the digital inputs are disabled G6.1 OPER MODE=1 (LOCAL). This means that the V5
start and stop can only be controlled via the display unit pushbuttons.
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The default configuration for the digital outputs is as follows:
Relay 1: Instantaneous (Switch ON = V5 accelerates and Switch OFF= Deceleration of the V5 is
finished).
Relay 2: Bypass (Switch ON at end of ramp up and Switch OFF at start of ramp down).
Relay 3: Fault (Energized on fault conditions).
8.
Ensure the stop circuit is open before configuring the V5 to work in 3-wire mode.
9.
Set the motor (rated) nameplate and start/stop parameters, protection and user parameters.
10. Set jumpers as follows:
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Figure 2.7 Jumpers setting
DETAIL A:
VOLTAGE SELECTION JUMPER
Description
Function
Adjustment
Select motor voltage.
Set input supply voltage.
Position 1: 230V
Position 2: 400V
Position 3: 500V
Position 4: 690V
Note: 230V/400V/500V soft starter use control board with reference E001.
690V soft starter use control board with reference E002.
DETAIL B
ANALOGUE INPUT FORMAT SELECTION JUMPER
Description
Default value
Select Analogue input formats.
AI1= (0-10V)
AI2= (0-20mA)
Set Analogue input operating formats.
Position A1: 0-20mA/ 4-20mA (Analogue input 1).
Position A2: 0-10V (Analogue input 1).
Position A3: 0-20mA/ 4-20mA (Analogue input 2).
Position A4: 0-10V (Analogue input 2).
Function
Adjustment
Note: In order to select the analogue input, you must only configure the jumper in the corresponding position.
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3. POWER RANGE
3.1. V5 Standard Softstarter
FRAME
1
2
3
4
5
CODE
Rated
I(A)
230V
V50009
V50017
V50030
V50045
V50060
V50075
V50090
V50110
V50145
V50170
V50210
V50250
V50275
V50330
V50370
V50460
V50580
V50650
V50800
V50900
V51000
V51200
V51500
9
17
30
45
60
75
90
110
145
170
210
250
275
330
370
460
580
650
800
900
1000
1250
1500
2
5
9
14
18
22
25
35
45
50
65
75
85
100
115
145
185
200
250
280
322
400
500
Motor Power (kW)
400V
440V
4
7
15
22
30
37
45
55
75
90
110
132
150
185
200
250
315
355
450
500
560
710
800
500V
5
9
18,5
25
35
45
55
65
90
110
120
160
170
200
220
270
375
425
500
560
616
850
900
5,5
11
18,5
30
40
50
65
80
100
115
150
180
200
220
257
315
415
460
560
630
700
900
1100
Power Ratings for
230-500VAC (-20% to +10%)
NOTES:
 The values of the tables are valid for 4pole AC motors.
 For current values which are not in
accordance with the values in this
tables, please contact with Power
Electronics.
 For higher power ratings, contact with
Power Electronics customer support.
Table 3.1 V5 Standard Softstarter. Power and current value table
for 230-500VAC
FRAME
1
2
3
4
5
CODE
Rated I(A)
Motor Power (kW)
at 690V
V50009.6
V50017.6
V50030.6
V50045.6
V50060.6
V50075.6
V50090.6
V50110.6
V50145.6
V50170.6
V50210.6
V50250.6
V50275.6
V50330.6
V50370.6
V50460.6
V50580.6
V50650.6
V50800.6
V50900.6
V51000.6
V51200.6
V51500.6
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17
30
45
60
75
90
110
145
170
210
250
275
330
370
460
580
650
800
900
1000
1250
1500
7,5
15
30
45
60
75
90
110
140
160
200
230
250
315
355
450
560
630
800
900
960
1250
1500
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Power Ratings for
690VAC (-20% to +10%)
NOTES:
 The values of the tables are valid for 4pole AC motors.
 For current values which are not in
accordance with the values in this
tables, please contact with Power
Electronics.
 For higher power ratings, contact with
Power Electronics customer support.
Table 3.2 V5 Standard Softstarter. Power and current value table
for 690VAC
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3.2. V5 Softstarter with Internal Bypass
The norm IEC60947-4-2 describes classification for Electronic Softstarters.
According to this information, there are two utilisation categories for the Electronics Softstarters, described as
follow:
 AC53a: Softstarters which support the nominal current through the SCRs during continuous operation.
 AC53b: Softstarters which support the starting current through the SCRs during the starting while the SCRs
will be bypassed during steady status.
Basically, the capacity limitation of Softstarters is mainly thermal limitation. It is important to consider that there
are five different factors which will affect to the internal temperature of thyristors:
a) Starting Time
b) Starting Current.
c) Ambient Temperature
d) Time at OFF status
e) Number of Startings per Hour.
EXAMPLE
110
:






AC53b
4.5


–
30

:
330

Rated Current of the Softstarter under the described conditions: In, (110 Amps)
The thyristors will be bypassed.
Starting Current, as multiple of the nominal current (In), that means: 4.5xIn
Starting Time, in seconds, (30s)
Seconds between the end of starting and the beginning of next starting (10 startings per hour)
AC53b 3.0-30:330 AC53b 4.0-30:330 AC53b 4.5-30:330
FRAME
1
2
3
4
CODE
V50009B
V50017B
V50030B
V50045B
V50060B
V50075B
V50090B
V50110B
V50145B
V50170B
V50210B
V50250B
V50275B
V50330B
V50370B
V50460B
V50580B
V50650B
V50800B
Motor
Motor
Motor
Rated
Rated
Rated
Pow. (kW)
Pow. (kW)
Pow. (kW)
I(A)
I(A)
I(A)
at 400VAC
at 400VAC
at 400VAC
14
26
45
68
90
113
135
165
218
255
315
375
412
495
555
690
870
975
1200
7,5
15
22
37
45
55
75
90
110
150
185
200
220
280
315
400
450
500
630
10
19
34
51
68
85
101
140
164
192
237
281
310
370
416
518
650
731
900
5,5
11
18,5
30
37
45
55
75
90
110
132
150
185
200
220
280
355
400
500
9
17
30
45
60
75
90
110
145
170
210
250
275
330
370
460
580
650
800
4
7,5
15
22
30
37
45
55
75
90
110
132
150
185
200
250
315
355
450
Table 3.3 V5 Softstarter with Internal Bypass. Power and current value table
for 400VAC
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Power Ratings for
400VAC (-20% to +10%)
NOTE:
 Rated powers and currents
at 400VAC (-20% to +10%)
for motors of 1500rpm.
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AC53b 3.0-30:330 AC53b 4.0-30:330 AC53b 4.5-30:330
FRAME
1
2
3
4
CODE
V50009B
V50017B
V50030B
V50045B
V50060B
V50075B
V50090B
V50110B
V50145B
V50170B
V50210B
V50250B
V50275B
V50330B
V50370B
V50460B
V50580B
V50650B
V50800B
Motor
Motor
Motor
Rated
Rated
Rated
Pow. (kW)
Pow. (kW)
Pow. (kW)
I(A)
I(A)
I(A)
at 500VAC
at 500VAC
at 500VAC
14
26
45
68
90
113
135
165
218
255
315
375
412
495
555
690
870
975
1200
11
18,5
30
45
55
75
90
110
150
185
220
250
280
355
400
500
560
630
710
10
19
34
51
68
85
101
140
164
192
237
281
310
370
416
518
650
731
900
7,5
15
22
37
45
55
75
90
110
132
185
200
220
250
280
355
450
500
630
9
17
30
45
60
75
90
110
145
170
210
250
275
330
370
460
580
650
800
5,5
11
18,5
30
37
45
55
75
90
110
150
185
200
220
250
315
400
450
560
Power Ratings for
500VAC (-20% to +10%)
NOTE:
 Rated power and currents at
500VAC (-20% to +10%) for
motors of 1500rpm.
Table 3.4 V5 Softstarter with Internal Bypass. Rated power and current value table
for 500VAC
AC53b 3.0-30:330 AC53b 4.0-30:330 AC53b 4.5-30:330
FRAME
1
2
3
4
CODE
V50009.6B
V50017.6B
V50030.6B
V50045.6B
V50060.6B
V50075.6B
V50090.6B
V50110.6B
V50145.6B
V50170.6B
V50210.6B
V50250.6B
V50275.6B
V50330.6B
V50370.6B
V50460.6B
V50580.6B
V50650.6B
V50800.6B
Motor
Motor
Motor
Rated
Rated
Rated
Pow. (kW)
Pow. (kW)
Pow. (kW)
I(A)
I(A)
I(A)
at 690VAC
at 690VAC
at 690VAC
14
26
45
68
90
113
135
165
218
255
315
375
412
495
555
690
870
975
1200
15
22
45
75
90
110
132
150
200
250
315
355
400
450
500
630
800
900
1000
10
19
34
51
68
85
101
124
164
192
237
281
310
370
416
518
650
731
900
11
18,5
37
55
75
90
110
132
150
200
220
250
315
355
400
500
630
710
900
9
17
30
45
60
75
90
110
145
170
210
250
275
330
370
460
580
650
800
7,5
15
30
45
55
75
90
110
132
150
200
220
250
315
355
450
560
630
800
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Power Ratings for
690VAC (-20% to +10%)
NOTE:
 Rated power and currents at
690VAC (-20% to +10%) for
motors of 1500rpm.
Table 3.5 V5 Softstarter with Internal Bypass. Rated power and current value table
for 690VAC
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4. TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Input voltage
Supply frequency
Control voltage
(3-Phase) 230-500V (-20% to +10%)
(3-Phase) 690V (-20% to +10%)
47 to 62 Hz
230VAC ±10%, others under demand
OUTPUT
Output voltage
Output frequency
Efficiency at full load
0 to 100% Input voltage
Same as the input
>99%
ENVIRONMENTAL
PROTECTION
Ambient temperature
Storage temperature
Ambient humidity
Altitude de-rating
Protection degree
Degree of Pollution
Minimum: -10ºC / Maximum: +50ºC
0ºC to +70ºC
<95%, non-condensing
>1000m, 1% per 100m; 3000m max.
IP20
Degree of Pollution 3
MOTOR
PROTECTIONS
Input phase missing
High voltage
Low input voltage
Starting current limit
Rotor locked
Motor overload (thermal model)
Underload
Phase umbalance
Motor overtemperature (PTC, normal status 150R-2K7)
Shearpin current
Max. number of startings/hour
SOFTSTARTER
PROTECTIONS
Thyristor fault
Softstarter overtemperature
ADJUSTMENTS
Torque surge
Initial torque
Initial torque par
Acceleration time
Current limit: 1 to 5·In
Overload: 0.8 to 1.2·In, Overload slope: 0 to 10
Deceleration time / Freewheel stop
DC Braking
Slow speed (1/7 fundamental frequency)
Dual setting
Number of allowed startings/hour
Torque control
Water hammer surge control stop
INPUT SIGNALS
2 Analogue Inputs programmable in voltage or current (0-10V, 0-20mA or 4-20mA)
5 programmable Digital Inputs
1 PTC input
OUTPUT SIGNALS
1 Analogue Output 0-20mA or 4-20mA
3 changeover Output Relays (10A, 250VAC non inductive)
SERIAL
COMMUNICATIONS
Physical level RS232 / RS485
Modbus communication industrial protocol
Profibus, DeviceNet and Johnson Control (Metasys) as option
DISPLAYED
INFORMATION
Phase current
Supply voltage
Relays status
Digital inputs / PTC status
Analogue inputs value
Analogue output value
Overload status
Motor supply frequency
Motor power factor
Developed power. Motor shaft torque
Fault history (5 most recent faults)
CONTROL SOURCES
Local via keypad
Remote via digital inputs
Serial Communications (Modbus, RS232/RS485)
LED’S INDICATIONS
LED1 Green, voltage present on control board
LED2 Orange. Blinking, motor accelerating/decelerating. On, motor running
LED3 Red, Fault present
CERTIFICATION
CE, UL, cUL, cTick
INPUT
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5. DIMENSIONS
5.1. Dimensions for Frames 1 and 2
FRAME
REFERENCE
H1
H2
DIMENSIONS (mm)
H3
W1
W2
D
Y1
1
V50009 – V50090
V50009.6 – V50090.6
V50009B – V50090B
V50009.6B – V50090.6B
414
396
347
226
120
230
-
2
V50110 – V50250
V50110.6 – V50250.6
V50110B – V50250B
V50110.6B – V50250.6B
523
506
457
314
160
260
-
WEIGHT
(kg)
11,6
11,6
12,1
12,1
19
19
21
21
E
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L
I
S
H
Figure 5.1 Dimensions for Frame 1
Figure 5.2 Dimensions for Frame 2
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5.2. Dimensions for Frames 3 and 4
FRAME
REFERENCE
H1
H2
DIMENSIONS (mm)
H3
W1
W2
Y1
3
V50275 – V50460
V50275.6 – V50460.6
V50275B – V50460B
V50275.6B – V50460.6B
791
771,5
705
580
349
309
-
4
V50580 – V51000
V50580.6 – V51000.6
V50580B – V51000B
V50580.6B – V51000.6B
926
906,5
840
640
480
324
-
Figure 5.3 Dimensions for Frame 3
Figure 5.4 Dimensions for Frame 4
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D
DIMENSIONS
WEIGHT
(kg)
53,6
53,6
60,6
60,6
77,6
77,6
86,6
86,6
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5.3. Dimensions for Frame 5
FRAME
5
REFERENCE
V51200 – V51500
V51200.6 – V51500.6
H1
H2
1552
1533
DIMENSIONS (mm)
H3
W1
W2
1400
1084
928
D
Y1
475
135
WEIGHT
(kg)
300,0
300,0
E
N
G
L
I
S
H
Figure 5.5 Dimensions for Frame 5
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6. CONFORMITY DECLARATION
The Company:
Name:
Address:
Telephone:
Fax:
POWER ELECTRONICS ESPAÑA, S.L.
C/ Leonardo Da Vinci, 24-26, 46980 Paterna (Valencia) Spain
+34 96 136 65 57
+34 96 131 82 01
Declares under its own responsibility, that the product:
Electronic Softstarters for A.C. motors
Brand: Power Electronics
Model name: V5 Series
Is in conformity with the following European Directives:
References
2006/95/CE
2004/108/CE
Title
Electrical Material intended to be used with certain limits of voltage
Electromagnetic Compatibility
References of the harmonized technical norms applied under the Low Voltage Directive:
References
EN 60947-4-1:2001
A1:2002/A2:2005
EN 60947-4-2:2000
A1:2002/A2:2006
Title
Low-voltage switchgear and controlgear -- Part 4-1: Contactors and motor-starters Electromechanical contactors and motor-starters.
Low-voltage switchgear and controlgear -- Part 4-2: Contactors and motor-starters -A.C. semiconductor motor controllers and starters.
References of the harmonized technical norms applied under the Electromagnetic
Compatibility Directive:
References
EN 60947-4-2:2000
A1:2002/A2:2006
Title
Low-voltage switchgear and controlgear -- Part 4-2: Contactors and motor-starters -A.C. semiconductor motor controllers and starters.
Paterna, January 17th 2008
David Salvo
Executive Director
V5 SERIES
POWER ELECTRONICS
7. CONNECTION TERMINALS
The next figure provides the electrical specification of all V5 control inputs and outputs. Each input and
output is individually described below:
 Analogue and digital inputs / outputs.
 Serial Communication (RS232/RS485).
7.1. Control Connection Drawing
E
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G
L
I
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H
Figure 7.1 Connection terminals description (V5 Standard Softstarter)
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7.2. Terminal Description
Control board supply voltage
Input terminals for control board supply voltage (230V +/-10%). Other voltage ratings are available on
demand.
Note that the unused terminal between L and N is purely to ensure electrical clearances.
Terminals T1 to T9 / Programmable Output Relays
Selection of their function is made through Group 7 OUTPUTS. Avoid settings that cause relays to
switch excessively as this will reduce their life expectancy.
The maximum allowable ratings for the relay outputs are 250V/AC / 10A or 30V/DC 10A.
Terminal T10 / 24VAC for Digital Inputs
This terminal provides the 24V supply for the 5 digital inputs at terminals T11 to T15. This terminal is
fuse (E0141) protected (250V,1A) for overload/short-circuit protection. The fuse is located at the
bottom right of the control board.
Terminals T11 to T15 / Digital Inputs
The function of the digital inputs can be programmed from the keyboard, at the group G6 INPUT.
Terminals T16 and T17 / Motor PTC Input
If the PTC value is ≥1K7, a fault is generated and will be not reset until the resistance value is below
260 ohms. On the other hand, if this value is below 100ohm, a fault is also generated and will be not
reset until the resistance value is ≥160ohms.
Terminals T18 to T21 / Analogue Inputs
The function of the Analogue inputs can be programmed from the keyboard at the group G6 Inputs.
To select 4-20mA or 0-10V you have to switch the jumpers as described below. See section „2.6
Considerations before Commissioning the V5 Softstarters‟ for further information:
Analogue Input 1 (T18-T19)
Position A1: 0-20mA / 4-20mA.
Position A2: 0-10V
Analogue Input 2 (T20-T21)
Position A3: 0-20mA / 4-20mA.
Position A4: 0-10V
Terminals T22 and T23 / Analogue Output
This Analogue output can have its format and source configured. Formats can be 0-10V, 0-20mA or
4-20mA. Configuration is done from group G7 OUTPUTS.
Terminal T25 / Analogue 0V connection
This terminal is 0V connection for analogue signals.
Terminals T26 to T30 / RS485/RS232
These terminals are provided for serial communications connection.
Serial communications are optically isolated from V5 control electronics in order to increase the
immunity from noise in hostile installation sites.
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8. DISPLAY UNIT AND KEYPAD OPERATION
Figure 8.1 Display Unit
8.1. LCD Display
The V5 has a sixteen character by two line (16x2) LCD display. Each line has a different function:
 STATUS LINE (Upper line):
E
N
G
L
I
S
H
It is always present and shows V5 status, phase current and supply voltage.
 CONTROL LINE (Lower line):
It is used to view and/or adjust the V5 commissioning parameters.
8.2. Control Keys

and
These keys are used to scroll between groups.

This can be used to unfold a screen group.

and

and

Used to scroll between screens within the selected screen group.
or
Press at the same time to adjust the selected parameter.
Press to scroll back and return to screen group.
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Figure 8.2 Programming example
8.3. Start and Stop-Reset / Slow Speed Buttons
These pushbuttons enable starting and stopping of the motor from the display unit and also running
at slow speed:
30

Start and Slow Speed +.

Stop and Reset and Slow Speed -.
DISPLAY UNIT AND KEYPAD OPERATION
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9. STATUS MESSAGES
1.
Control mode indication: Local (L), Remote (R), Serial Comms (C), Jog (G),
Pump control (P).
2.
V5 status indication. See status message list. RDY = READY.
3.
Average phase current.
4.
Average input voltage.
E
N
G
L
I
S
H
Figure 9.1 Display. Status messages
Display
Name
Description
RDY
READY
ITQ
INITIAL TORQUE
ACL
ACCELERATING
RUN
RUNNING
DEC
HAM
LS+
LSDCB
UNV
OVV
OVL
UDL
PTC
DECELERATING
HAMMER
SLOW SPEED +
SLOW SPEED DC BRAKE
UNDERVOLTAGE
OVERVOLTAGE
OVERLOAD
UNDERLOAD
MOTOR PTC
SOFTSTARTER
OVERTEMPERATURE
The V5 is ready to run.
The V5 is applying the Initial Torque specified at G4.4 Initial Torque for the
time specified at G4.5 Initial Torque Time.
Motor is accelerating.
The motor runs at nominal Speed, after the acceleration ramp is finished
(Output voltage = Input voltage).
The Motor is decelerating.
Water Hammer algorithm is operating.
V5 is applying Slow Speed + (CLOCKWISE).
V5 is applying Slow Speed - (COUNTER-CLOCKWISE).
DC Brake current applied at the end of the ramp down.
Low mains supply.
High mains supply.
Overload condition.
Underload condition.
Motor PTC fault.
OVT
The temperature inside the softstarter is too high.
STATUS MESSAGES
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Display
Name
Description
The shearpin function has switched off the softstarter.
FLT
STD
SHEARPIN CURRENT
ASYMMETRIC
CURRENT
FAULT
START DELAY
EXT
EXTERNAL FAULT
P/T
TORQUE PULSE
ILT
CURRENT LIMIT
HIP
LOP
NOF
LWA
HIGH PRESSURE
LOW PRESSURE
NO FLOW
LOW WATER
SHP
ASY
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STATUS MESSAGES
Asymmetric current at the motor.
A fault has switched off the Softstarter.
The V5 delays the start signal set in screen G4.1 Start delay.
Fault status is active due to an external fault command through one of the
digital inputs.
The V5 is applying torque pulse set in screen G4.2 moment during the time
set in screen G4.3.
The V5 has reached a maximum current level allowed in screen G4.7.
Current limit.
It warns during the time entered in screen G16.4.
It warns during the time entered in screen G16.5. and G16.6.
It warns during the time entered in screen G16.7 and G16.8.
It warns during the time entered in screen G16.9.
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10. GENERAL INFORMATION SCREENS
The bottom line displays the General Information and parameter screens (G1 to G16).
The general information screens show information related to the motor and V5 status:
Screen
800A 800A 800A
380V 380V 380V
Name / Description
L1, L2, L3 phase
current
L1-L2, L2-L3, L1-L3
Line voltage
Range
Units
0 to 9999
A
0 to 999
V
Read only Supply voltage. Shows the line-to-line input voltage.
Supply frequency
0 to 99Hz
-
Read only
50Hz Cos=0.85
Motor phi cosine
450kW Pr=99%
RELAYS 1 2 3 0 0 0
Attribute
Function
Phase current. Shows the instantaneous current of the three
Read only
incoming phases.
0 to 1
Active power
1 to 900kW
Motor torque
0 to 999%
Status of relay 1, 2,
3.
0 – Open
X – Closed
-
The instantaneous kilowatts and percentage of nominal motor
Read only torque.
Note: This screen is only visible while the motor is running.
Shows the relay status if the relays are energised (X) or deRead only
energised (0).
The first five digits refer to the digital inputs and the sixth is for the
PTC temperature sensor.
0 =open
X =closed
DIG INPUT= 0 0 0 0 0 F
Digital inputs 1, 2, 3,
4, 5 & PTC status.
K = PTC ok
F = fault in
PTC wiring.
-
Shows the supply frequency and cos phi of the motor.
Note: This screen is only visible while the motor is running.
Read only
Inputs
Digital Intput
Digital Intput
Digital Intput
Digital Intput
Digital Intput
PTC Input
O/L STATUS=0%
Motor Overload
status
0 to 100%
AI1=0.00mA = 0%
Analogue input 1
value, value in user
units.
0 to 10V
4 to 20mA
0 to 20mA
AI2=0.00mA = 0%
Analogue input 2
status, value in user
units.
0 to 10V
4 to 20mA
0 to 20mA
AO1=0.00mA =0%
Status of the
Analogue Output 1
0 to 20mA
4 to 20mA
S/W 2.1 H/W 2.0
Software and
Hardware revision.
-
-
1
2
3
4
5
Terminal
T11
T12
T13
T14
T15
T16-T17
Range
0: open
X: closed
K: OK
F: fault
When the motor current is lower than the overload current set at
G3.2, the overload status is 1%. As soon as the current increases
above the overload current, the overload factor begins to
Read only
increase, the more the difference is, the faster the overload factor
grows, until this reaches 100%, when the soft starter will trip and
show overload fault.
V or mA
Shows the value of analogue Input 1 (volts, mA) according to the
User
Read only option selected at G6.8, and the value in user units according to
selectable
the option selected at G6.10 and with the scale selected at G6.9.
units
V or mA
Shows the value at the Analogue Input 2 (volts, mA) according to
the option selected at G6.11, and the value in user units
User
Read only
according to the option selected at G6.13 and with the scale
selectable
selected at G6.12.
units
Displays the absolute value of the Analogue output 1, in real units
mA or % Read only and percentage over the range of the Analogue output 1.The
Analogue output should be related to the source selected at G7.4
-
-
Displays the actual software (S/W) and hardware (H/W) revision.
GENERAL INFORMATION SCREENS
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11. PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION
All those parameters displayed in the V5 are organised in various groups (G1 to G16). By pressing the “*”
key it is possible to open each individual screen group.
11.1. Group 1 – G1: MENU OPTIONS
Screen
1 LOCK PARAM=NO
2 PASSWORD= 0
G1.2 / Password
Range
Default
Value
YES
NO
NO
OFF,
0000
to 9999
3 WRONG P/W=XXXX
G1.3 / Password
000 to 9999
recovery
4 LANGUE=ENGLISH
G1.4 / Selection
of operating
5 INITIALISE=NO
G1.5 /
Initialization
6 COMMISSION=YES
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Name /
Description
G1.1 / Lock
parameters
G1.6 /
Commissioning
SCREEN DESCRIPTION
ENGLISH
ESPAÑOL
DEUTSCH
YES
NO
YES
NO
0
0000
Function
If this function is active a password is required to be written in screen G1.2.
Allows the commissioning user to set a password to protect against unauthorised modification of the parameters.
Setting up: Once set to normal mode as described above, a password may be
set up. Unfold screen Group 1 and scroll to screen 1; select: 1 LOCK
PARAM=YES.
PASSWORD=XXXX
To unlock the soft starter parameters the following steps are necessary:
Go to G1.1 1 LOCK PARAM= Yes and press (+).The screen 2
Password=xxxx appears, where the valid password must be entered.
This provides the required recovery information to unlock the soft starter,
according to the expression:
PASSWORD = ( WRONG PW/2)-3
ENGLISH Determines the languages displayed by the V5.
NO
Initialise the V5 parameters to default values.
YES
Activation or deactivation of the screen groups.
OPTION
FUNCTION
COMMISSIONING=Yes It allows all parameter setting.
It does not permit parameter setting.
COMMISSIONING=No
It permits parameter to be
displayed.
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11.2. Group 2 – G2: NAMEPLATE
Default
Value
Function
1 I STARTER = 900A
G2.1 / Rated
current of the
softstarter
7A
17A
30A
45A
...
1600A
In of V5
Calibrates the soft starter according to nominal current. This is necessary for
correct soft starter protection.
Adjust: Leave as default setting. To modify nominal current push (*) key for 5
seconds. By that time the letter “I” will change to “I” and the current value can
be modified.
2 I MOTOR=900A
G2.2 / Rated
motor current
1 to 1600
*
3 V MOTOR=2
G2.3 / Rated
motor voltage
1 to 4
2
4 to 999kW
*
40 to 99%
85%
50Hz
50/60Hz
50Hz
Screen
4 P MOTOR =450kW
5 COS PHI M =85%
6 FREQ= 50Hz
Name /
Description
G2.4 / Rated
motor power
G2.5 / Motor
power factor
G2.6 / Supply
frequency
Range
Set the nominal current of the motor. This is necessary for correct motor
protection.
Adjust: Set this value according to rated (nameplate) motor current.
Adjust nominal motor voltage.
OPT. DESCRIPTION
1
220-240V
2
380-440V
3
460-525V
4
660-690V
Adjust: Set this parameter according to input voltage at the soft starter input.
Make sure this value is also relevant for the rated (Nameplate) motor voltage.
Set the nominal motor power rating.
Set the rated (nameplate) motor cos phi to for calculating the instantaneous
torque developed by the motor
Set the mains frequency.
Adjust: Where the mains frequency is 50Hz, leave as default. Where the
mains frequency is unknown or different than 50Hz (60Hz) set 50/60Hz.
Nota: When you 50/60Hz the V5 starts an algorithm to detect the mains
frequency. This algorithm is off when setting 50Hz.
This value depends on the rated current of the softstarter.
11.3. Group 3 – G3: PROTECTIONS
Screen
Name /
Description
Range
Default
Value
1 PHASE SEQUEN=2
G3.1 / Phase
sequence at the
input of the
softstarter
1 to 3
2
2 OV LOAD=800A
G3.2 / Overload
motor current.
(0.6 to 1.5)·
In of V5
In of V5
E
N
G
L
I
S
H
Function
This parameter sets the correct phase sequence at the input, when power on
the V5. It can happen that the soft starter tries to start with a phase sequence
at the input different than the one which has been set. In this case the soft
starter trips on F2 WRONG PH/SQ..
OPT. DESCRIPTION
1
NO SEQ PROTECT
2
L1 L2 L3 SEQ
3
3 INVERSED SEQ
Adjust: Determine input phase sequence; adjust this parameter according to
this sequence
Note: When operating at SLOW SPEED or DC BRAKE a phase sequence
must be selected (L1 L2 L3 or Inverse Sequence). The option 1 NO SEQ
PROTECT is not allowed for these modes.
This parameter sets the overload motor current protection at nominal
conditions. The time for this protection to trip depends on the actual current
drawn by the motor and the parameter G3.3
Adjust: Enter the rated (nameplate) motor current value.
Note: See figure 11.1.
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Name /
Description
Range
Default
Value
Function
The overload curve determines the response time under overload conditions.
There is a non-linear relation between the overload parameter (G3.2 OV
LOAD) and this parameter, in order to set the time required for tripping on F4
OVERLOAD. If 3 OV/LOAD T =1 is selected then the response time for an
overload condition is almost immediate, but if OV/LOAD T=10 then takes the
soft starter trips on F4 OVERLOAD after a time delay.
Adjust: If you need a fast response under overload conditions, please select
OV/LOAD T =1. If you need a slow response, then select OV/LOAD T =10.
For normal operation leave this value as default (OV/LOAD T =5).
The response time for the overload protection can be calculated from the
following curve:
4
10
3
10
3 OV/LOAD T=5
G3.3 / Overload
curve
1 to 10
5
Overload curve = 10
2
10
Overload curve= 5
Overload curve= 1
1
10
0
10
1
1.5
2
2.5
3
3.5
4
4.5
In x
5
5.5
6
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Figure 11.1 Overload curve.
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4 OVL FAC=100%
G3.4 Starting
100 to 500%
Overload Factor
5 MOTOR PTC=NO
G3.5 /
Enable/Disable
PTC motor
option
6 UNLOAD=0.0A
G3.6 Under load (0 to 0.9)· In
current
of V5
0.0A
7 UNLOAD T=OFF
G3.7 / Under
load delay
OFF
SCREEN DESCRIPTION
YES
NO
0 to 99s,
OFF
100%
NO
This parameter adjusts the OVERLOAD CURVE DURING ACCELERATION.
This parameter can be used to accelerate high inertia load. In case of pumps,
fans (Torque = K x Speed^2) leave as default (100%). This parameter is only
active during acceleration and not at normal running conditions, where only
G3.2 & G3.3 are active.
Adjust: For low inertia applications like pumps, fans (Torque = K x Speed²)
the default value (100%) active. Mills, crushers and centrifuges (high inertia
moment) will normally require a start with low starting overload factor (150%)
and increase this value until the load accelerates without tripping on F4
OVERLOAD.
The soft starter allows the connection of a standard motor PTC
(Terminals T16-T17) to detect overheating of the motor. Every input
resistance between 100ohm and 1.7kohms is taken as a correct
value (OK) and every value found out of this range is taken as a fault
(FAULT). If the MOTOR PTC is set to “Yes” and the input resistance at
terminals T16-T17 is out of the valid range, then the soft starter should trip on
F8 MOTOR PTC. To protect the motor after tripping
due to PTC failure against further thermal overload, the PTC
resistance must be less than 260 Ohms to reset the softstarter again. In case
of a resistance below 100 Ohms the V5 can be reset after the PTC has
reached again a value of more than 160 Ohms.
Adjust: Depending on the availability of a valid Motor PTC, select Yes or No.
Under load current determines the current level the motor must not operate
below.
Adjust: Usually leave as 50% of the nominal current of the motor.
Applications: This protection helps to detect mechanical problems such as
broken shafts, belts, ... when this occurs, the motor will run under no load
conditions.
When working with pumps, this protection helps to detect no load pump
operation, due to a lack of water or pump input pipe water position.
This parameter sets the maximum allowable operation time under load
conditions before tripping.
Adjust: Depends on the application, but should be set to trip as soon as a
condition occurs.
Applications: Pumps, fans.
V5 SERIES
POWER ELECTRONICS
Screen
Name /
Description
Range
Default
Value
Function
The soft starter will stop immediately when the current drawn by the motor
reaches this value during normal operation. This parameter is off during
acceleration or deceleration. The stop should be done in a controlled way.
Adjust: Set current value for the V5 to stop.
Application: Oversized electrical motors used for starting, but working under
nominal conditions at running, may only reach the Shearpin current because
of mechanical problems locked rotors, etc.
Enable/Disable the asymmetric current protection at the soft starter
OPTION
FUNCTION
When enabled, the soft starter will trip on F3
Y=YES
ASYM CURR if there is a current imbalance
greater than 40%.
N=NO
Protection disabled.
(0.6 to
1.2)·In of V5,
OFF
OFF
G3.9 /
Asymmetrical
current
Y
N
Y
10 UNDER V=320V
G3.10 / Under
voltage
162 to 208V
@220V
280 to 360V
@400V
350 to 450V
@500V
508 to 653V
@690V
320V
To protect the motor or other equipment from low mains voltage. Low voltage
will usually increase the motor current.
Adjust: Set the minimum tolerable level in conjunction with 11 Under voltage
Delay.
UNDERVOLTAGE
DELAY
G3.11 Under
voltage delay
0 to 10s,
OFF
5s
This parameter sets the maximum operation time for under voltage conditions
before tripping.
Adjust:: Set to maximum under voltage operation time allowed
12 OVERVOLT=440V
G3.12 / Over
voltage
231 to 266V
@230V
400 to 460V
@400V
500 to 575V
@500V
726 to 835V
@690V
440V
13 O/V DELAY=5s
G3.13 / Over
voltage timeout
0 to 10s,
OFF
5s
14 START LIMIT=3
G3.14 /
Maximum
number of starts
1 to 10
3
15 STR/INT=15Min
G3.15 / Start
interval
0 to 60Min,
OFF
15Min
8 SHRPIN=OFF
G3.8 / Shearpin
current
9 ASYM I ENB=Y
To protect the motor from high input voltage.
Adjust: Set the maximum level tolerable in conjunction with the 13 Over
voltage timeout.
This parameter sets the maximum operation time during over voltage
conditions before tripping.
Adjust: Set to maximum over voltage operation time allowed.
Establish the maximum number of starts allowed before tripping on F12
EXCESIV STR.
Adjust: Set maximum number of starts allowed for the specified time at 15:
START INTERVAL.
Establish the time allowed between the first and the last start in G3.14:
START LIMIT before tripping on F12 EXCESIV STR.
Adjust: Set the time limit for the maximum number of starts to occur.
Applications: Mills, crushers, and applications where an excessive number of
starts could damage the motor due to very high current during acceleration.
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11.4. Group 4 – G4: ACCELERATION
Screen
Name /
Description
Range
Default
Value
0 to 600s
0s
1 STR DELAY=0s
G4.1 / Delay of
the start
2 PULS TORQ =50%
G4.2 Torque
Pulse
50 to 100%
50%
3 PULS TQ T=OFF
G4.3 / Torque
Pulse Time
OFF,
0.1 to 0.9s
OFF
Function
Sets the time the V5 will wait after a start command has been provided and
acceleration will start.
Adjust: This value needs to be set in accordance with the application.
Choose the torque pulse level applied to the motor for the time specified at
G4.3.
Adjust: This value needs to be set in conjunction with G4.3 to initiate a first
move of the motor.
Sets the time for the G4.2 PULS TORQ to be applied.
SCREEN DESCRIPTION
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V5 SERIES
Screen
POWER ELECTRONICS
Name /
Description
Range
Default
Value
4 INIT TORQ=35%
G4.4 / Initial
Torque
30 to 99%
35%
5 INIT TQ T=1s
G4.5 / Initial
torque time
0 to 10s
1s
Function
Establish the initial torque to be applied to the motor at the beginning of the
ramp up.
Adjust: It is recommended to begin with a low initial torque value, normally
default. Observe motor rotation immediately after start command. If the motor
doesn’t spin, machine torque requirement may be higher, and it may be
necessary to increase this until the motor starts to turn normal after a start
command has been applied. If a very high current is noticed at the very
beginning of starting process, this could be due to an initial torque setting that
is too high - this must be decreased until a proper value is achieved.
Applications: For submerged pumps, generally a torque between 40% and
45% is required. For applications such as mills or crushers, the required
torque is normally between 40% and 50%.
Note: These values are typical adjustments. Each application requires
individual settings to achieve the best performance.
Set the time for 3 INITIAL TORQUE to be applied to the motor.
Adjust: When working with high inertia loads, increase this value in
conjunction with parameter G4.4 INITIAL TORQUE, until the motor begins to
turn. All other applications should leave this value as default.
Applications: In pumps a usual value is 0, and in heavy load machines it can
vary between 1 and 3 seconds.
Figure 11.2 Pulse torque
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6 ACEL TIME=6s
G4.6 /
Acceleration
Time
7 I LIMIT=1400A
G4.7 / Current
limit
SCREEN DESCRIPTION
0 to 180s
6s
(1.5 to 5)·In
of V5
(3.5)·In
Adjusts the motor acceleration time from standstill to nominal speed, provided
that no current limit occurs as that will cause a longer acceleration time.
Adjust: Depending on the application, the time set will vary in order to make
sure no current limit takes place during acceleration. If this occurs, the
acceleration time or acceleration current limit settings will need to be
increased
Applications: In submerged pumps, the usual acceleration time is between 4
and 8 seconds. With very high inertial loads, that can vary between 20 and 60
seconds.
Note: These values are typical adjustments. Each application requires
individual settings to achieve the best performance.
Maximum current a motor can draw during the acceleration/deceleration.
Adjust: Set the maximum current a motor can draw during the
acceleration/deceleration of the motor. Typically set to 2.5 to 3x nominal
current of the motor.
Values below 2 times of the motor rated current should be avoided. Under
these conditions the resulting motor torque is normally insufficient to generate
a successful start at full load; also the soft starter could trip on F4 Overload.
V5 SERIES
POWER ELECTRONICS
11.5. Group 5 – G5: DECELERATION
Name /
Description
Screen
1 FREWEL STP=Y
G5.1 / Freewheel
stop
2 DECL TIME=12s
G5.2 /
Deceleration
Time
Range
Default
Value
Y
N
Y
1 to 180s
12s
Vn
Function
Set the required stop mode. The stop could be controlled through a ramp
down voltage or uncontrolled where the time to stop depends on the inertia of
the load
OPTION
FUNCTION
Y=YES
Freewheel stop enabled.
N=NO
Freewheel stop disabled.
Adjust: If a controlled stop is required select 1 FREWELSTOP=No, and 1
FREWELSTOP=Yes for a spinning stop.
Establish the required time for a controlled stop.
Adjust: Begin with a short time (10 or 15 seconds) and increase it until desired
stop is achieved. If no satisfactorily results are obtained set hammer algorithm
in G5.3.
G4.4 Initial Torque
Input Voltage
End of
ramp up
Starting of
ramp down
G4.6 Acceleration time
G5.2 Deceleration time
100
Starting of
ramp up
End of ramp down
G4.4 Initial
torque
G4.6
G5.2
Time
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Figure 11.3 Deceleration curve
3 DEC MD SEL=1
4 HAMR FACT=75%
5 MINI TORQ=1%
G5.3 / Motor
Deceleration
Algorithm
G5.4 / Hammer
factor
G5.5 / Minimum
torque
1 to 2
1
1 to 99%
75%
1 to 99%
1%
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In applications where it is necessary to avoid water hammer effect, select this
algorithm. In other applications, the normal deceleration ramp is sufficient.
OPT. DESCRIPTION
1
NORMAL CURVE.
2
HAMMER PREVENT.
Adjust: In applications with water hammer problems during deceleration,
select the hammer algorithm. In other applications set normal deceleration
algorithm.
When selecting the hammer algorithm for the deceleration, 2 parameters
must be set to properly adjust the stop.
For correct adjustment of the deceleration time in applications with hammer
problems it may be necessary to perform an interactive process by trial and
error until the application is correctly commissioned.
Set the percentage of time for the hammer algorithm is to be active during
deceleration
The minimum torque to be applied during deceleration (for Hammer
Algorithm).
SCREEN DESCRIPTION
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POWER ELECTRONICS
11.6. Group 6 – G6: INPUTS
Screen
40
Name /
Description
Range
Default
Value
1 OPER MODE=1
G6.1 / Control
mode source
0 to 5
1
2 LOCAL RESET=Y
G6.2 / Local
reset control
Y
N
Y
3 DINPUT1 SEL=4
G6.3 /
Multifunction 1
input
0 to 10
4
4 DINPUT2 SEL=0
G6.4 /
Multifunction 2
input
0 to 10
0
5 DINPUT3 SEL=0
G6.5 /
Multifunction 3
input
0 to 10
0
6 DINPUT4 SEL=0
G6.6 /
Multifunction 4
input
0 to 10
0
7 DINPUT5 SEL=0
G6.7
Multifunction 5
input
0 to 10
0
SCREEN DESCRIPTION
Function
Set the control mode of the soft starter
OPT.
DESCRIPTION
FUNCTION
No control source enabled.
0
Disable
There is no way to Start/StopReset the V5.
Start/Stop-Reset enabled by
1
Local
keypad.
Start/Stop-Reset enabled by
2
Remote
digital inputs.
Start/Stop-Reset enabled by
3
Serial Comms
serial comms.
Jog Slow Speed controlled by
4
Local Jog V/S
keypad.
5
Pump ctrl-1
Pump control 1 enable.
Enable local reset via keypad.
Select the task of the digital input once it is active (X).
OPT. MODE
FUNCTION
0
The input left without effect.
Not active
Start command given through
1
Start
pushbutton.
Stop command given through
2
Stop
pushbutton.
Stop/Reset command given
3
Stop-Reset
through pushbutton.
Start command when contact is
4
closed and stop command when
Start-Stop
contact is opened.
The reset is done when the
5
Reset
contact is closed.
6
Slow speed in + direction.
Slow Speed +
7
Slow speed in – direction.
Slow Speed Contact will be closed to apply
8
DC Brake
CC braking after deceleration.
Selection of the Second Setting
9
Dual setting
at G8.
Fault will be generated when the
10
External trip
contact is opened.
V5 SERIES
POWER ELECTRONICS
Screen
8 ANI1 FORMAT =1
mA
Name /
Description
Default
Value
Range
G6.8 / Analogue
Input 1 Format
0 to 2
1
Format
0-20mA
Rage
0-10bar
Sensor Output 0-20mA
Function
It configures the AI1 as voltage or current signal.
OPT. DESCRIPTION
0
0-20mA
1
4-20mA
2
0-10V
mA
Format
Range
Sensor Output
4-20mA
0-10bar
4-20mA
20mA
20mA
12mA
12mA
4mA
bar
bar
0 bar
0%
6 bar
60%
0 bar
0%
10 bar
100%
5 bar
50%
10 bar
100%
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Figure 11.4 Analogue input 1 scaled as 0-20mA / 4-20mA
9 AI1 RANGE 0_10
G6.9 / Range of
the Analogue
Input 1 in
absolute units
0_0 to
0_999
0_10
Adjust : Set according to the range of the connected transducer.
10 AI1 UNITS=OFF
G6.10 /
Analogue Input 1
units
OFF,
Bar
ºC
Mtr
OFF
When OFF, is displayed in %.
It configures the AI2 as voltage or current signal.
OPT. DESCRIPTION
0
0-20mA
1
4-20mA
2
0-10V
11 ANI2 FORMAT =1
G6.11 Analogue
Input 2 Format
0 to 2
1
12 AI2 RANGE 0_10
G6.12 / Range of
the Analogue
Input 2 in
absolute units
0_0 to
0_999
0_10
Adjust: Set according to the range of the connected transducer.
13 AI2 UNITS=OFF
G6.13 /
Analogue Input 2
units
OFF,
Bar
ºC
Mtr
OFF
When OFF, is displayed in %.
SCREEN DESCRIPTION
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11.7. Group 7 – G7: OUTPUTS
Screen
1 REL1 SEL ON=14
42
Name /
Description
G7.1 / Relay 1
control source
selection
SCREEN DESCRIPTION
Range
0 to 21
Default
Value
14
Function
Provides the ability to link each relay to one of the outputs shown below.
OPT. DESCRIPTION
FUNCTION
0
Relay is disabled, not used.
Not active
1
Relay is enabled.
Active
The motor current exceeds the
2
Warning overload value adjusted in parameter G3.2
(OVERLOAD CURRENT).
The motor current is below the
Warning under
3
value adjusted in parameter G3.6
load
(UNDERLOAD CURRENT).
The mains voltage is equal or
Warning over
4
higher than G3.12
voltage
(OVERVOLTAGE).
The mains voltage is less or
Warning low
5
equal than G3.10
voltage
(UNDERVOLTAGE).
Relay enables when the value of
the parameter set in screen G9.1
is above screen G9.2 value after
time set in screen G9.4.
6
Comparator 1
Relay disables when the value of
the parameter set in screen G9.1
is below screen G9.3 value after
time set in screen G9.5.
Relay enables when the value of
the parameter set in screen G9.6
is above screen G9.7 value after
time set in screen G9.9.
7
Comparator 2
Relay disables when the value of
the parameter set in screen G9.6
is below screen G9.8 value after
time set in screen G9.10.
Relay enables when the value of
the parameter set in screen
G9.11 is above screen G9.12
value after time set in screen
G9.14.
8
Comparator 3
Relay disables when the value of
the parameter set in screen
G9.11 is below screen G9.13
value after time set in screen
G9.15.
Note: See following page.
V5 SERIES
POWER ELECTRONICS
Name /
Description
Screen
Default
Value
Range
Function
Note: Coming from previous page.
OPT. DESCRIPTION
2 REL2 SEL ON=15
3 REL3 SEL ON=9
G7.2 / Relay 2
control source
selection
G7.3 / Relay 3
control source
selection
0 to 21
15
0 to 21
9
General Fault
10
No fault
11
Thyristor fault
12
Autoreset Fault
13
Ready
14
Run
15
Bypass/React
16
Delay
17
High pressure
18
Low pressure
19
No flow
20
Low water
21
Pump fault
FUNCTION
Relay will be active a fault
occurs.
Will be active if no faults are
present (failsafe).
One or more thyristors
are fault.
Relay enables when screen
G15.2 Attempt number setting is
passed over.
The soft starter is ready to run
the motor.
ON at the beginning of the ramp
up /
OFF at the end of the ramp
down.
ON at the end of the ramp up /
OFF at the beginning of the ramp
down.
ON at the end of the ramp up /
OFF at the end of the ramp
down.
The V5 is running and the
pressure switch opens for longer
than the time entered in screen
G16.4
The V5 is running and the
pressure switch opens for longer
than the time entered in screen
G16.5.
The flow switch is ignored for the
time set in screen G16.6 on
receipt of a valid start signal.
After this time the V5 will trip if no
flow is indicated for longer than
the time set in screen G16.7.
The well probe controller (or
other level controller) detects a
lack of water.
A fault from F24 to F27 and F5
has occurred. Pump related
faults.
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Note: Relay 3 can be configured the same as relay 1 and 2, with the 21
possible adjustments except if the EXTERNAL BRAKE option has been
selected in screen G13.4. In that case, relay 3 will remain internally adjusted,
for control of the EXTERNAL DC BRAKE and cannot be configured.
INSTANTANEOUS
BY- PASS
DELAY
380V
380V
380V
0V
0V
0V
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
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Figure 11.5 Relay’s switch on / off mode 14, 15 and 16.
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V5 SERIES
Screen
4 ANALOG1 SEL=0
5 AO1 FORMAT=0
POWER ELECTRONICS
Name /
Description
G7.4 / Analogue
output source
selection
G7.5 / Analogue
output format
Format
Lower limit
Higher limit
mA
Range
Default
Value
0 to 7
Provides the ability to select the driving source of the Analogue output, from
the following list.
OPT. DESCRIPTION
0
UNUSED
1
MOTOR CURRENT
2
MOTOR POWER
3
MOTOR TORQUE
4
COSINUS PHI
5
INPUT VOLTAGE
6
ANALOG I 1 ECHO
7
ANALOG I 2 ECHO
0
0 to 1
Function
Select the electrical format of the Analogue output.
OPT. DESCRIPTION
0
0-20mA
1
4-20mA
Note: To obtain an analogue output of 0-10V, you should configure the
analogue output format as 0-20mA and connect a resistor of 500 Ω, ¼ W and
1% between terminals 22 and 23.
0
0-20mA
0%
100%/ 200%
Format
Lower limit
Higher limit
mA
20mA
4-20mA
0%
100%/ 200%
20mA
13,6mA
8,7mA
4mA
12mA
%
%
0%
60%
100%
0%
200%
60%
100%
200%
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Figure 11.6 Analogue output 0-20mA and 4-20mA.
6 AO1 LOW=0%
7 AO1 HIGH=100%
G7.6 Analogue
Output low set
point
G7.7 / Analogue
Output high set
point
0 to 500%
0%
0 to 500%
100%
It scales de Analogue Output in order to get a better reading.
11.8. Group 8 – G8: DUAL SETTING
Screen
44
Name /
Description
Range
1 DUALSETING=N
G8.1 / Dual
Setting.
2 PLS TORQ2=50%
G8.2 Dual setting
50 to 100%
Torque Pulse
50%
3 PLS TQ T2=OFF
G8.3 / Dual
setting Pulse
Time.
OFF
SCREEN DESCRIPTION
Y
N
Default
Value
OFF,
0.1 to 0.9s
N
Function
Enable/Disable a second adjustment for G4 Acceleration, G5 Deceleration
and for the overload curve (G3.3 Overload Curve).
OPTION
FUNCTION
Y=YES
Dual setting enabled.
N=NO
Dual setting disabled.
Adjust: When a second parameter is required set select Dual Setting to Yes.
This second adjustment is activated by one of digital inputs.
Applications: Mills, crushers and any application that at a certain operation
stage requires a harder/softer parameter set.
Choose the torque pulse level applied to the motor for the time specified at
G8.3
Adjust: Set this value in conjunction with G8.3 to initiate a first acceleration of
the motor.
Sets the time for the torque pulse (G8.2) to be applied.
V5 SERIES
POWER ELECTRONICS
Screen
4 INIT TRQ2 =30%
5 T PAR INI2=1s
Name /
Description
G8.4 / Dual
setting Initial
Torque
G8.5 / Dual
setting Initial
Torque Time
Range
Default
Value
30 to 99%
30%
0 to 10s
1s
0 to 180s
12s
6 ACC TIME2=12s
G8.6 / Dual
setting
Acceleration time
7 I LIMIT2 =2800A
G8.7 / Dual
Setting current
limit
(1.5 to 5)·In
of V5
3·In
8 FREWEL STP2=N
G8.8 / Dual
setting spin stop
Y
N
N
9 DEC TIME2=12s
G8.9 / Dual
setting
deceleration time
0 to 180s
12s
1 to 2
1
G8.10 / Dual
10 DEC MD SEL2= 11 setting
deceleration
mode select
G8.11 / Dual
11 HAMR FAC2=75% setting hammer
factor
G8.12 / Dual
12 MINI TRQ2=1%
setting minimum
torque 2
1 to 99%
75%
1 to 99% of
G8.11
1%
13 PHASE SEQ2=2
G8.13 / Dual
setting in phase
sequence at the
input of the soft
starter
1 to 3
2
14 OV LOAD2=1200A
G8.14 / Dual
setting of
overload motor
current
(0.6 to
1.5)·In of V5
In of V5
15 OV/LOAD T2=5
G8.15 / Dual
setting of
overload curve
1 to 10
5
Function
Establish the initial torque to be applied to the motor at the beginning of the
ramp up.
Adjust: Refer to parameter G4.4 for further information.
Set the time for the initial torque (G8.4) to be applied to the motor.
Adjust: Refer to parameter G4.5 for further information.
Adjust the motor acceleration time from standstill to nominal speed, provided
that no current limit occurs as that will cause a longer acceleration time.
Adjust: The time setting depends on the application. Refer to parameter G4.6
for further information.
Maximum current a motor can draw during the acceleration/deceleration.
Adjust: Set to determine the maximum allowed current consumption during
the acceleration/deceleration. Refer to parameter G4.7 for further information.
Set the required stop mode. The stop could be controlled through a ramp
down voltage or uncontrolled where the time to stop depends on the inertia of
the load (freewheel stop).
Adjust: If a controlled stop is required, set "N" for a spinning stop, set Y. Refer
to parameter G5.1 for further information.
Establish the required time for a controlled stop.
Adjust: Begin with a short time and increase it until desired stop is achieved.
Refer to parameter G5.2 for further information.
In applications where it’s desired to avoid water hammer effect, select this
algorithm. In other applications, the normal deceleration ramp is sufficient.
OPT. DESCRIPTION
1
NORMAL
2
HAMMER PREVENT
Adjust: In applications with water hammer problems during deceleration,
select the hammer algorithm. In other applications set normal deceleration
algorithm.
When selecting the hammer algorithm for the deceleration, 2 parameters
must be set to properly adjust the stop.
Percentage of time the hammer algorithm is active during the deceleration
time. Minimum torque the motor must deliver during the stop.
To correctly adjust the deceleration of such an application with hammer
problems you may need to perform an interactive process by trial and error
until the application is correctly commissioned.
Set the percentage of time for the hammer algorithm is to be active during
deceleration.
Adjust: It is set in % of the deceleration time of the motor (G8.9).
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S
H
Set the minimum torque to be applied during deceleration (for Hammer
Algorithm).
This parameter sets the correct phase sequence at the input, when starting
the motor. It can happen that the soft starter tries to start with a phase
sequence at the input different than the one we have set. In this case the soft
starter trips on F2 WRONG PH/SQ.
OPT. DESCRIPTION
1
NO SEQ PROTECT
2
L1 L2 L3 SEQ
3
2 L1 L2 L3 seq
Adjust: Determine your input phase sequence; adjust this parameter
according to this sequence.
Note: When operating at SLOW SPEED or DC BRAKE you must always
select a phase sequence (L1 L2 L3 or Inverse Sequence). The option 1 NO
SEQ PROTECT is not allowed for these modes.
This parameter sets the overload motor current protection at nominal
conditions. The time for this protection to trip depends on the actual current
drawn by the motor and the parameter G3.3.
Adjust: Enter the rated (nameplate) motor current value.
This parameter sets the overload motor current protection at nominal
conditions. The time for this protection to trip depends on the actual current
drawn by the motor and the parameter G3.3.
Adjust: If you need a fast response under overload conditions, please select
O OV/LOAD T =1. If you need a slow response, then select OV/LOAD T =10.
For normal operation leave this value as default (OV/LOAD T =5).
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Screen
16 OVL FAC2=100%
POWER ELECTRONICS
Name /
Description
Range
G8.16 Dual
setting starting 100 to 500%
Overload Factor
Default
Value
100%
17 MTR PTC2=N
G8.17 / Dual
setting
Enable/Disable
PTC motor
option
Y
N
NO
18 UNLOAD2=0.0A
G8.18 / Dual
setting of under
load current
(0 to 0.9)·In
of V5
0.0A
19 UNLOAD T2=OFF
G8.19 / Dual
setting of under
load delay
0 to 99s,
OFF
OFF
20 SHRPIN2=OFF
G8.20 Dual
(0.6 to
setting Shearpin 1.2)·In of V5,
current
OFF
21 ASYM I ENB2=N
22 I MTR2=30A
23 V MTR2=2
24 P MTR 2 =4.0kW
25 COS PHI 2 =85%
6 FREQ 2= 50Hz
G8.21 / Dual
setting of an
asymmetrical
current
G8.22 / Dual
setting rated
motor current
G8.23 / setting
rated Motor
Voltage
G8.24 Dual
setting rated
motor power
G8.25 / Dual
setting motor
power factor
G8.26 / Dual
setting supply
frequency
OFF
Function
This parameter adjusts the OVERLOAD CURVE DURING ACCELERATION.
Use this parameter when trying to accelerate high inertia load. In case of
pumps, fans (Torque = K x Speed²) leave as default (100%).
This parameter is only active during acceleration and not in normal running
conditions, where only G3.2 & G3.3 are active.
For low inertia pumps, fans (Torque = K x Speed²) leave as default value
(100%).
For mills, crushes and centrifuges (high inertia moment) start with low starting
overload factor (150%) and increase this value till we can accelerate this load
without tripping on F4 OVERLOAD.
The soft starter allows for the connection of a standard motor PTC (Terminals
T16-T17) to detect overheating of the motor. Every input resistance between
150ohm and 2.7kohms is taken as a correct value (ok) and every value found
out of this range is taken as a fault (fault). If you select MOTOR PTC =Yes
and the input resistance at terminals T16-T17 is out of the valid range, then
the soft starter should trip on F8 MOTOR PTC. To protect the motor after
tripping due to PTC alarm against further thermal overload, the PTC
resistance.
Adjust: Depending on availability of a valid Motor PTC, select Yes or No.
Under load current determines the current level the motor must not operate
below.
Adjust : Usually leave as 50% of the nominal current of the motor.
Applications: This protection helps to detect mechanical problems such as
broken shafts, belts, ... when this occurs, the motor will running under no load
conditions.
When working with pumps, this protection help to detect no load pump
operation, due to a lack of water or pump input pipe water position.
This parameter sets the maximum allowable operation time under load
conditions before tripping.
Adjust: Depends on the application, but should be set to trip as soon as a
condition occurs.
Applications: Pumps, fans.
The soft starter should stop immediately when the current drawn by the motor
reaches this value during nominal conditions. This parameter is off during
acceleration or deceleration. The stop should be done in a controlled way.
Adjust: Set current value for the V5 to stop.
Application: Oversized electrical motors used for starting, but working under
nominal conditions at running, it may only reach the Shearpin current due to
mechanical problems like locked rotors, etc.
Enable/Disable the asymmetric current protection at the soft starter. When
enabled, the soft starter will trip on F3 ASYMMETRIC CURRENT if there is a
current imbalance greater than 40%.
Y
N
N
1 to 1200A
*
1 to 4
2
4 to 999kW
*
40 to 99%
85%
Set the rated (nameplate) motor cos phi to for calculating the instantaneous
torque developed by the motor.
50Hz
Set the mains frequency.
Adjust: Where the mains frequency is 50Hz, leave as default. Where the
mains frequency is unknown or different than 50Hz (60Hz) set 50/60Hz.
Note: When you set 50/60Hz the V5 starts an algorithm to detect the mains
frequency. This algorithm is off when setting 50Hz.
50Hz
50/60Hz
Set the nominal current of the motor. This is necessary for correct motor
protection.
Adjust: Set this value according to rated (nameplate) motor current.
Adjust nominal motor voltage.
OPT. DESCRIPTION
1
220-240V
2
380-440V
3
460-525V
4
660-690V
Adjust: Set this parameter according to input voltage at the soft starter input.
Make sure this value is also relevant for the rated (Nameplate) motor voltage.
Set the nominal motor power rating.
This value depends on the rated current of the softstarter.
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11.9. Group 9 – G9: COMPARATOR
Name /
Description
Screen
Range
Default
Value
Function
Comparator 1 source selection.
OPT.
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
DESCRIPTION
UNUSED
MOTOR CURRENT
MOTOR POWER
MOTOR TORQUE
COSINUS PHI
INPUT VOLTAGE
ANALOG INPUT 1
ANALOG INPUT 2
O/LOAD STATUS
1 COMPR1 SEL=1
G9.1 /
Comparator 1
source selection
2 COMP1 ON=100%
G9.2 /
Comparator 1
ON set point
0 to 500%
100%
3 COMP1 OFF=80%
G9.3
Comparator1
OFF set point
0 to 500%
80%
0 to 99s
5s
Set the ON delay condition for the comparator.
0 to 99s
5s
Set the OFF delay condition for the comparator.
4 T COMP1 ON=5s
5 T COMP1 OFF=5s
EXAMPLE:
G9.4 /
Comparator 1
ON delay
G9.5 Comparator
1 OFF delay
0 to 8
1
Set the comparator ON set point. If the value of the source selected is higher
than the ON set point for the time specified at G9.4, the output state of this
comparator changes to ON. One of these relays must be selected as a
comparator, see screens group G7.
Adjust: It sets in % of the selected source (G9.1).
Set the comparator OFF set point. If the value of the source selected is lower
than this OFF set point for the time specified at G9.4 the output of this
comparator changes to OFF. One of these relays must be selected as a
comparator, see screen group G7.
Adjust: It sets in % of the selected source (G9.1).
When motor current exceeds rated current a relay could be used to warn against motor overload.
E
N
G
L
I
S
H
G9.1 COMPR1 SEL= 1
(The selected source is motor current)
G9.2 COMP1 ON = 100%
G9.3 COMP1 OFF = 80%
G9.4 TCMP1 ON = 10s
G9.5 TCMP1 OFF = 10s
G7.1 REL1 SEL = 6 (Set as comparator 1)
% I motor
Motor
current
100%
80%
0%
Relay
Status
T >10s
T >10s
Time
ON
OFF
DT0037B
Figure 11.7 Comparator relay configuration.
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Screen
6 COMPR2 SEL=1
POWER ELECTRONICS
Name /
Description
G9.6 /
Comparator 2
source selection
Range
Default
Value
0 to 8
1
Function
See table in parameter G9.1.
Set the comparator ON set point. If the value of the source selected is higher
than the ON set point for the time specified at G9.4, the output state of this
comparator changes to ON. One of these relays must be selected as a
comparator, see screens group G7.
Adjust It is set in % of the selected source (G9.6).
Set the comparator OFF set point. If the value of the source selected is lower
than this OFF set point for the time specified at G9.10 the output of this
comparator changes to OFF. One of these relays must be selected as a
comparator, see screen group G7.
Adjust: It is set in % of the selected source (G9.6).
2 COMP2 ON=100%
G9.7 Comparator
0 to 500%
2 ON set point
100%
8 COMP2 OFF=80%
G9.8 /
Comparator 2
OFF set point
0 to 500%
80%
0 to 99s
5s
Set the ON delay condition for the comparator 2
0 to 99s
5s
Set the OFF delay condition for the comparator 2.
0 to 8
1
See table in parameter G9.1.
9 T COMP2 ON=5s
10 TCMP2 OFF=5s
11 SELEC COMP3=1
G9.9 /
Comparator 2
ON delay
G9.10 /
Comparator 2
OFF delay
G9.11 /
Comparator 3
source selection
Set the comparator ON set point. If the value of the source selected is higher
than the ON set point for the time specified at G9.14, the output state of this
comparator changes to ON. One of these relays must be selected as a
comparator, see screens group G7.
Adjust: It is sets in % of the selected source (G9.11).
Set the comparator OFF set point. If the value of the source selected is lower
than this OFF set point for the time specified at G9.14 the output of this
comparator changes to OFF. One of these relays must be selected as a
comparator, see screen group G7.
Adjust: It is sets in % of the selected source (G9.11).
G9.12 /
12 COMP3 ON=100% Comparator 3
ON set point
0 to 500%
100%
G9.13 /
Comparator 3
OFF set point
0 to 500%
80%
0 to 99s
5s
Set the ON delay condition for the comparator 3.
0 to 99s
5s
Set the OFF delay condition for the comparator 3.
13 CMP3 OFF=80%
14 TCMP3 ON=5s
15 TCMP3 OFF=5s
G9.14 /
Comparator 3
ON delay
G9.15 /
Comparator 3
OFF delay
11.10.Group 10 – G10: FAULT HISTORY
Screen
Name /
Description
Range
Default
Value
Function
The last fault will be displayed as following table indicates by pressing the “ * ”
key.
Function: Shows the last fault the soft starter tripped on. When a fault occurs,
the soft starter automatically shows this screen. At the same time, the fault led
lights up. This fault may be reset by pressing the STOP-RESET button on the
display unit (if enabled) or using an externally configured RESET input.
1 NO FAULT
G10.1 / Register
1 of fault history
-
-
Example: When fault occurs led red will light and status line (upper line) will
show FLT. The average current and voltage displayed are the values right
when fault occurred.
Last line will show the fault name and the status of V5 when the fault occurred
separated by “/” in case automatic reset was no activated, or by “:” in case it
was activated
If “*” key is pressed it will display the position of the fault in the history and the
number related to it.
Note: See next page.
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SCREEN DESCRIPTION
V5 SERIES
POWER ELECTRONICS
Screen
1 NO FAULT
Name /
Description
Range
Default
Value
G10.1 / Register
1 of fault history
-
-
Function
Note: Coming from previous page.
Next, the faults are listed:
2 NO FAULT
G10.2 / Register
2 of fault history
-
-
3 NO FAULT
G10.3 / Register
3 of fault history
-
-
4 NO FAULT
G10.4 / Register
4 of fault history
-
-
5 NO FAULT
G10.5 / Register
5 of fault history
-
-
6 DELET FAULTS=N
G10.6 / Clear
history fault
Y
N
N
COD
F0
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
F8
F9
F10
F11
F12
F13
FAULT
NO FAULT
PHA MISING
WRONG PH/SQ
ASYM CURR
OVER LOAD
UNDER LOAD
PEAK CURR
STARTER OT
MOTOR PTC
SHEAR PIN
OVER VOLT
UNDER VOLT
EXCESIV STR
MEMORY FLT
COD
F14
F15
F16
F17
F18
F19
F20
F21
F22
F23
F24
F25
F26
F27
FAULT
SCR1 FAULT
SCR2 FAULT
SCR3 FAULT
SCR_S FLT
EXCES T LS
LS DISABLE
COMS T/OUT
EXTRN TRIP
CUR FLT
CUR FLT2
HIGH PRESSURE
LOW PRESSURE
FLOW SWITCH
DEEP WELL PROBE
Clear the fault history log which resets the above screens back to the default
setting NO FAULTS.
Adjust:: Select YES (Y) to clear the fault history log. The screen will
automatically reset back to the default value NO (N) once the fault history is
cleared.
11.11.Group 11 – G11: STATISTICS
Screen
1 STARTS1 00000
2 STARTS2 00000
3 DEL STARTS2=NO
4 H1 =00000h:00m
5 H2= 00000h:00m
6 DEL HOURS2=NO
7 TOTAL FLT=00
8 FAULT 2=0
9 DEL FAULT2=NO
10 KWH=000000
Name /
Description
G11.1 Total
number of starts
G11.2 / Counter
of starts 2
G11.3 Clears
counter of starts
2
G11.4 / Total of
working hours
G11.5 / Total of
working hours
G11.6 / Working
hours counter 2
G11.7 Total
number of faults
counter
G11.8 / Faults
counter 2
G11.9 / Clear
faults counter 2
G11.10 /
Total number of
KWH done by
the V5
Range
Default
Value
Function
-
-
Shows the total number of the V5 starts. This record cannot be reset to zero.
-
-
Shows the number of the V5 starts made after G11.3 has been cleared. This
parameter can be reset to zero.
-
-
It resets to 0 the number of starts displayed in G11.2.
-
-
-
-
-
-
Shows the number of the V5 operations hours made G11.6 has been cleared.
-
-
Shows the total number where the V5 has tripped due to faults.
-
-
Shows the number of faults occurred after G11.9 has been cleared. This
parameter cannot be reset to zero
-
-
Resets to 0 the number of faults displayed in G11.8
-
-
Shows the total value of KWH done by the V5. This parameter cannot be
reset to zero.
.
E
N
G
L
I
S
H
Shows the total soft starter operation hours. This record cannot be reset to
zero.
Shows the total soft starter operation hours. This record cannot be reset to
zero.
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11.12.Group 12 – G12: SLOW SPEED
The V5 can work at slow speed mode in three different ways:
1.
From keypad: Set screen G6.1 to MODE 4 (LOCAL JOG-JOG+), by pressing START, the motor
will turn at slow speed (+), and when pressing stop motor will turn at slow speed (-).
2.
From digital inputs: Any of the digital inputs can be set to 6 for the motor to run at (+) slow
speed or to option 7 for the motor to run at (-) slow speed.
3.
Automatic: By this operation mode, when providing start command the V5 will execute the
following sequence. First it will turn at (+) slow speed during the time set in screen G12.4, then it
will accelerated to nominal speed and after stop command it will run at (-) slow speed during the
time set in screen G12.5 after deceleration.
Slow speed will be used only for short time motor positioning operation.
Screen
Name /
Description
Range
Default
Value
Function
Enable/Disable slow speed during the acceleration/deceleration.
OPTION
FUNCTION
Y=YES
Slow speed mode enabled.
N=NO
Slow speed mode disabled.
Adjust: When slow speed is not required set to 0. Otherwise, set to 1.
Provides the torque applied to the motor during slow speed process.
Adjust: The level depends on the load. Start at low values and increase until
the motor operates at slow speed mode
Timeout condition while working at slow speed. When exceeded, the soft
starter will trip on F18 Timeout slow Speed.
Adjust: Therefore a maximum slow speed time operation must be set if slow
speed is required, to protect both motor and soft starter and enabling tripping
on F18.
1 L/S ACC-DEC =N
G12.1 / Slow
speed mode
Y
N
NO
2 L SPD TORQ =30%
G12.2 / Slow
Speed Torque
30 to 99%
30%
3 L.S MAX T =0s
G12.3 / Slow
Speed Timeout
0 to 60s
0s
0 to 60s,
OFF
0s
Run time at slow speed before the ramp up starts.
Adjust: the required time for the motor to work at slow speed before
accelerating.
0 to 60s,
OFF
0s
Run time at slow speed after deceleration.
Adjust: the required time for the motor to work at slow speed after
decelerating.
4 L.S ACL T=0s
5 L.S DEC T=0s
G12.4 / Slow
Speed
Acceleration
Time
G12.5 / Slow
speed
Deceleration
Time
M
Nominal Voltage
99%
G4.6 Acceleration time
G5.2 Deceleration time
G12.2 Slow speed torque
G12.4 Slow speed accel. time
G12.2
G12.5 Slow speed decel. time
30%
G12.4
G4.6
G5.2
G12.5
Time
DT0035D
Figure 11.8 Work at slow speed in auto mode
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POWER ELECTRONICS
11.13.Group 13 – G13: DC BRAKE
Screen
Name /
Description
Range
Default
Value
1 DC BRAK SEL=N
G13.1 / DC
Brake selection
Y
N
N
2 DC BRAK I=50%
G13.2 / DC
Current injection
30 to 99%
50%
3 DC BRAKE T =0s
G13.3 / DC
Brake time
0 to 99s
0s
4 EXTERNAL B=N
G13.4 / Enables
external Brake
unit at output
relay 3
Y
N
N
Function
Enable/Disable DC brake. This option, will enable a continuous current to be
applied for a determined torque (G13.2) and for a determined time
(G13.3).when the deceleration ramp is complete.
Applications: Ball mills, motor shaft positioning.
Note: high inertia applications, an external DC brake unit could be required.
Set the DC current to be applied to the motor. It must be considered that the
brake energy dissipates entirely in the motor. A stop with high DC current or a
stop that lasts for too long may cause overheating of the motor.
Adjust: It is sets in % of the achievable torque.
Sets the time for the DC current to be applied.
Adjust: The stopping rate of a motor using DC Brake current injection
depends on the DC current applied (G13.2) for a preset time (G13.3). The
adjustments of these 2 variables and the inertia of the system will determine
the deceleration time of the motor.
Applying an excessive brake current could cause overheating of the motor –
The same applies if the DC injection time is too long. However lower current
or shorter time than necessary may not stop the motor as required
This Parameter sets the V5 to work with an external brake unit. Relay 3 is
dedicated to control the Brake Unit activation. See screen G7.3.
OPTION
FUNCTION
Y=YES
External braking unit is used.
N=NO
External braking unit is not used.
Applications: Mills, centrifuges and loads with big inertia.
Note: For applications with big inertia, it is probably the user must use the
external braking unit.
11.14.Group 14 – G14: SERIAL COMMUNICATION
Screen
Name /
Description
Range
Default
Value
Function
Timeout condition for serial communication. When the time without
communication exceeds this parameter the soft starter will trip by F20
Communication Timeout..
Adjust: This timeout is used to detect the loss of this communication between
master – slave. The V5 stops the motor until the communication is reestablished and reset. In certain cases continuous communication is
necessary.
1 COM TIME O=OFF
G14.1 Serial
Communication
Timeout
OFF,
0 to 25s
OFF
2 COM ADRESS=10
G14.2 / Modbus
Device Address
0 to 240
10
G14.3 / Modbus
Communication
Baud Rate
OFF
1200
2400
4800
9600
9600
(Baudis)
3 BAUD RATE=9600
4 EVEN PARITY=N
G14.4 / Modbus
communication
parity
Y
N
N
E
N
G
L
I
S
H
It sets the Modbus address for the equipment into a network.
Set the baud rate for Serial Communication.
Selects the parity fro serial communication.
OPTION
FUNCTION
Y=YES
Even parity enabled.
N=NO
No parity.
Adjust: Parity setting of the softstarter should match with the parity of the bus
master into the network.
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11.15.Group 15 – G15: AUTO RESET
This group enables V5 to be automatically reset. Once reset is done, the V5 will start again in case
the fault occurred during start command, acceleration and run. If the fault occurred in ready status
“RDY” it will autoreset and comes back to “RDY” again.
Name /
Range
Description
G15.1 /
YES
1 AUTO RESET=NO
Automatic Reset
NO
G15.2 Number of
auto reset
2 ATTEMP NUMBR=5 attempts before
1 to 5
tripping due to
fault
G15.3 / Delay
time from fault
3 R STR DEL=5s
5 to 120s
event to auto
reset
G15.4 / Time
after the attempt
4 RS COUNT=15Min
1 to 60Min
counter will be
reset
Screen
5 F1 AUTO RST=0
G15.5 / Auto
reset fault 1
selection
0 to 20
Default
Value
NO
Function
Enable / Disable V5 automatic reset function.
5
Provides the number of attempts to reset the V5 before it trips.
5s
Allows the user to select the period of time between the fault trip and the auto
reset.
15Min
0
It allows to select the time the V5 has to run without fault and after this the
internal attempt counter will be reset.
It selects fault no1 for the auto reset mode.
FAULT
6 F2 AUTO RST=0
G15.6 / Auto
reset fault 2
selection
0 to 20
0
7 F3 AUTO RST=0
G15.7 / Auto
reset fault 3
selection
0 to 20
0
8 F4 AUTO RST=0
G15.8 / Auto
reset fault 4
selection
0 to 20
0
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
FAULT LIST
FAULT
NO AUTO RESET
PHAS MISING
WRONG PH/SQ
ASYM CURR
OVER LOAD
UNDER LOAD
STARTER OVT
MOTOR PTC
SHEAR PIN
OVER VOLT
UNDER VOLT
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
FAULT LIST
SCR_1 FAULT
SCR_2 FAULT
SCR_3 FAULT
SCR_S FLT
EXCESIV LS T
COMMS T/OUT
EXTERN TRIP
CUR FLT
CUR2 FLT
ALL THE FLTS
Note: Option 20 will automatically reset any of the above table faults.
11.16.Group 16 – G16: PUMP CONTROL 1
Screen
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Name /
Description
Range
Default
Value
1 SET IT=000Hrs
G16.1 / Irrigation
0.0 to
time adjustment 60.0Hrs, INF
INF
2 I TIME=000Hrs
G16.2 / Irrigation
0.0 to
time display
60.0Hrs, INF
-
SCREEN DESCRIPTION
Function
Sets the time for the system to be irrigating.
Adjust: V5 irrigation timer can be reset (G16.2 back to 0Hrs.) by decreasing
G16.1 to the same value than G16.2.
Displays the time the system has been irrigating.
Note: Read only screen.
V5 SERIES
POWER ELECTRONICS
Screen
Name /
Description
Range
Default
Value
Function
Selects the start mode of the system.
Adjust:
OPTION
FUNCTION
Display unit: Enables the display unit for start
stop control of the V5. This is the only way in
which the V5 can be started or stopped. Digital
inputs are preconfigured as follows:
0
3 START MODE = 0
G16.3 / Start
mode selection
0–1
0
D INPUT 1. High Pressure switch connection
(normally closed).
D INPUT 2. Low Pressure switch connection
(normally closed).
D INPUT 3 Flow switch connection (normally
closed).
D INPUT 4 Deep well probe connection (normally
closed).
D INPUT 5 Trip (normally closed).
Wire: (Face Plate stop button is Reset only).
Remaining digital inputs are preconfigured as
follows:
1
D INPUT 1 High Pressure switch connection
(normally closed).
D INPUT 2 Low pressure switch connection
(normally closed).
D INPUT 3 Flow switch connection (normally
closed).
D INPUT 4 Deep well probe connection (normally
closed).
D INPUT 5 is configured for remote two wire
start/stop. This input acts as a reset command on
closing edge.
This is the time delay before the V5 trips once the high pressure switch
connection opens (D INPUT 1).
Note: V5 ramps down to stop.
This is the time delay before the V5 trips once the low pressure switch
connection opens (D INPUT 2).
Note: V5 ramps down to stop.
4 HI PR DEL=00s
G16.4 / High
pressure timeout
0 to 60s
0s
5 L PR DEL=0000s
G16.5 / Low
pressure timeout
0 to 3600s
20s
0 to 1800s
(30min)
10s
Sets the start bypass time, during which the V5 starter ignores the Low
Pressure input (D INPUT 2).
0 to 1800s
10s
Sets the time period for which the flow switch input is ignored following a start
command (D INPUT 3).
6 L PR BYP=0000s
7 FLO BYP=0000s
G16.6 / Low
pressure start
bypass time
G16.7 / No Flow
Start Bypass
time
8 FLO DEB=00s
G16.8 / No Flow
Debounce Delay
0 to 60s
10s
9 LO WTR DEL=00s
G16.9 / Deep
Well Probe Delay
0 to 60s
10s
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Sets the delay period before the starter responds to a no flow signal when in
normal run operation. (D INPUT 3).
Nota V5 ramps down to stop.
Sets the delay period before the starter stops after receiving a valid deep well
probe signal. (D INPUT 4).
Note: V5 ramps freewheel stops.
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12. FAULT MESSAGES. DESCRIPTION AND
ACTIONS
FAULT TRIPS
When a fault occurs, the V5 will stop the motor and will display the fault that caused the trip. The red LED
and fault message will remain until the fault has been removed and the soft starter is reset. To reset the V5
either press the (Stop/Reset) key or operate an external reset, by closing a normally open contact (NO),
configured to any of the digital inputs of the V5.
Fault
Description
Possible Cause
Action
F0 NO FAULTS
No fault detected.
Normal operation.
None required.
Fault
Description
Possible Cause
Action
F1 PHA MISING
Supply phase loss.
Loss of phase, fuse failure, cable fault, motor winding fault.
Check supply, all cables, and motor.
If the problem persists, call Power Electronics or an authorised distributor.
Fault
Description
Possible Cause
Action
F2 WRONG PH / SQ
Incorrect input supply phase sequence.
The mains phase sequence doesn't correspond to G3.1 (1 PHASE SEQUEN=2)
Swap two input phase over or change G3.1 Phase Sequence to suit supply
phase sequence.
Fault
Description
Possible Cause
Action
F3 ASYM CURR
Phase current imbalance.
There is a current imbalance higher than 40%.
Check the motor; check the load and the coupling between both. Check input
power supply is always balanced. Check thyristors.
If the problem persists, call Power Electronics or an authorised distributor.
Fault
Description
Possible Cause
Action
Fault
Description
Possible Cause
Action
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F4 OVER LOAD.
Calculated motor overload has reached an unacceptable level.
Motor overload. If the trip is produced during start, it could be a mechanical
problem. If it occurs when the motor is running at nominal speed, probable
causes could be a wrong setting at G.3.2. screen or a change of the load
conditions.
Wrong nameplate values.
Check that current from the G3.2 screen is the same as the motor. Check
working conditions of motor. Check load. Check nameplates.
If the trip is occurring during the start:
Check mechanical conditions. Check there is not a power input supply voltage
drop greater than 10%.
Increase acceleration ramp (high inertia applications). Increase overload curve in
G3.3 screen. Increase current limit.
F5 UNDER LOAD.
Motor under load.
Motor current draw is lower than that set in G3.6 screen. Soft starter has been
working during for longer than the one set in G3.7 screen.
Motor working with no load.
Wrong setting of under load conditions.
Check that mechanical parts coupled to the motor are ok and that the motor is
not working unloaded. In case of pump application, check there is no air inside
the pipe network and that the pump suction is not obstructed. Wrong adjustment,
set again under load settings G3.6 and G3.7.
FAULT MESSAGES. DESCRIPTION AND ACTIONS
POWER ELECTRONICS
Fault
Description
Sense level
Possible Cause
Action
V5 SERIES
F6 PEAK CURR
V5 peak current output exceeded. The current is higher than six times nominal.
(6xIn). V5 Rated Current.
Rotor locked. Short circuit in output circuit. V5 current transformers failure.
Torque pulse setting too high.
Check cables and motor. Reduce Torque pulse setting.
If the problem persists, call Power Electronics or an authorised distributor.
Fault
Description
Sense level
Possible Cause
Action
Fault
Description
Sense level
Possible Cause
Action
Fault
Description
Sense level
Possible Cause
Action
Fault
Description
Sense level
Possible Cause
Action
Fault
Description
Sense level
Possible Cause
Action
F7 STARTER OT
Heat sink too hot (>85ºC).
(> 85°C).
Insufficient cooling.
Fan failure.
Ambient temperature too high (>45ºC).
The actual current is higher than the nominal.
Check fans and cooling paths. Check the ambient temperature during normal
operation doesn't exceed 45ºC or 50ºC with re-rating. Check that correct re-rating
has been applied if higher than 45ºC. Check that actual motor current is the same
or smaller than the V5 nominal current.
F8 MOTOR PTC .
External trip (Motor PTC) has operated (Terminals T16-T17).
If the PTC value is ≥1K7, a fault is generated and will be not reset until the
resistance value is below 260 ohms. On the other hand, if this value is below
100ohm, a fault is also generated and will be not reset until the resistance value
is ≥160ohms.
Motor over temperature. Fault in sensor wiring (open-circuit, short-circuit)
Check motor is not overloaded. Check PTC wiring, check PTC. If there is no PTC
connected, select G3.5 MOTOR PTC=NO
F9 SHEARPIN
Shearpin current trip.
G3.8 Shearpin Current.
The motor has drawn a higher current than Shearpin protection setting at G3.8.
Rotor locked due to a mechanical obstruction.
Check if it‟s possible that motor reaches the Shearpin current under normal
operation, and if so, increase the value of that protection. Check motor, cables
and load and the reason of the over current.
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F10 OVER VOLT
High supply voltage for too long period.
The combination of parameters G3.12 OVERVOLTAGE and G3.13
OVERVOLTAGE DELAY.
Fluctuating power supply, wrong settings; the input voltage of each phase in
parameter G3.12; and the time set in G3.13.
Check supply voltage and set G3.12 and G3.13. Check supply.
F11 UNDER VOLT
Low voltage supply for too long period.
The combination of parameters G3.10 UNDERVOLTAGE and G3.11
UNDERVOLTAGE DELAY.
Impedance of input power supply is too high. Excess current draw, weak supply.
Check the input voltage of each phase is higher than G3.10 parameter and
during the time set in G3.11 parameter.
Check supply, check values at G3.10 and G3.11. Check supply.
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Fault
Description
Sense level
Possible Cause
Action
Fault
Description
Possible Cause
Action
POWER ELECTRONICS
F12 EXCESIV STR
Maximum number of starts exceeded.
Maximum number of starts set at G3.14 START LIMIT during time period set at
G3.15 SRT/INT.
Excessive number of starts/stop during the normal operation. Rotor locked or
motor overloaded during the start so the ramp up couldn't be completed.
Check motor and load conditions. Check values of parameters G3.14, G3.15 are
coherent with the application.
F13 MEMORY FLT
Fault reading SRAM.
Writing error, faulty memory.
Attempt to reinitialise the V5 ( 1.5 INITIALISE ) .
If the problem persists, call Power Electronics or an authorised distributor.
Fault
Description
Possible Cause
Action
NOTE:
If the problem persists, call Power Electronics or an authorised distributor.
This fault can only be reset via the display unit.
Fault
Description
Sense level
Possible Cause
Action
F18 EXCES T LS
Slow speed working time exceeded.
G12.3 L.S MAX T.
Excessive running time at slow speed.
Check the control. Check value of parameter G12.3.
Fault
Description
Possible Cause
F19 LS DISABLE
Slow Speed not allowed.
Slow Speed mode is blocked if one of these 2 options are selected:
No phase sequence (G3.1 Phase Sequence) at the input. You need to
select L1 L2 L3 or L2 L1 L3 sequence.
DC Brake stop selected (G13.1 DC Brake).
Set phase sequence at the input. Make sure no DC Brake is selected.
Action
Fault
Description
Possible Cause
Action
Fault
Description
Possible Cause
Action
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F14 SCR1 FAULT
F15 SCR2 FAULT
F16 SCR3 FAULT
F17 SCR_S FLT
F14 Thyristor Fault L1, disconnected motor at L1.
F15 Thyristor Fault L2, disconnected motor at L2.
F16 Thyristor Fault L3, disconnected motor at L3.
F17 Thyristors Fault , disconnected motor.
Thyristor fault, motor disconnected, excessive number of starts, excessive
temperature, over voltage.
Check motor, cables and fans. Check thyristors and excessive environmental
temperature.
Check input supply voltage.
F20 COMS T/OUT
Serial communication Time Out exceeded.
No communication from the Master for the time specified at G14.1 CommTime
Out.
RS232/RS485 communication link fault.
Check if the Master is trying to communicate to slave at a rate higher than
specified at G14.1 COM TIME O. Check the RS232/RS485 wiring. Check
communication parameters.
F21 EXTRN TRIP
An external fault has occurred through a digital input.
There is a digital input activated and set as external fault.
Check configuration of digital inputs. Check the status of the digital inputs for
correctness.
FAULT MESSAGES. DESCRIPTION AND ACTIONS
POWER ELECTRONICS
Fault
Description
Possible Cause
Action
V5 SERIES
F22 CUR FLT
Large current unbalance is occurring among phases.
Large current unbalance occurs due to a sudden voltage drop in any of the V5
input phases. Possible disconnection of one phase.
Check input power wiring. Check motor connection. Check supply voltage is
correct.
NOTE:
In case of working with lamps for testing purposes at the output set the motor
current to 1 A to avoid this fault.
Fault
Description
Possible Cause
F23 CUR FLT 2
Large current unbalance is occurring among phases.
Large current unbalance occurs due to a sudden voltage rise in any of the V5
input phases.
Check input power wiring. Check supply voltage is correct.
Action
Fault
Description
Possible Cause
Action
Fault
Description
Possible Cause
Action
Fault
Description
Possible Cause
Action
Fault
Description
Possible Cause
Action
F24 HIGH PRESSURE
High pressure time protection.
The V5 is running and the pressure switch opens for longer than the time entered
in screen G16.4. Overpressure.
Check hydraulic installation. Check pressure switch. Check proper wiring from
pressure switch to V5 digital input 1. The V5 will require resetting on the display
or via D INPUT 5 if configured for 2 wire start/stop. Check parameter setting is
done according to application requirements.
F25 LOW PRESSURE
Low pressure protection.
The V5 is running and the pressure switch opens for longer than the time entered
in screen G16.5.
Check hydraulic installation (broken pipes). Check pump has got water. Check
pressure switch. Check proper wiring from pressure switch to V5 digital input 2.
The V5 will require resetting on the display or via D INPUT 5 if configured for 2
wire start/stop. Check parameter setting is done according to application
requirements.
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F26 FLOW SWITCH
No flow protection.
The flow switch is ignored for the time set in screen G16.7 on receipt of a valid
start signal. After this time the V5 will trip if no flow is indicated for longer than the
time set in screen G16.8. No water in the pump.
Check proper pump water supply. Check flow switch. Check proper wiring form
flow switch to V5 digital input 3. The V5 will require resetting on the display or via
D INPUT 5 if configured for 2 wire start/stop. Check parameter setting is done
according to application requirements.
F27 DEEP WELL PROBE
Low level protection
The well probe controller (or other level controller) detects a lack of water. The
tank or pump has no water.
Check water level. Check hydraulic installation. Check level switch. Check proper
wiring from deep well probe flow controller to V5 digital input 4. The V5 will not
reset unless the low water fault has been cleared (D INPUT 4 closed). Check
parameter setting is done according to application requirements.
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13. COMMONLY USED CONFIGURATIONS
13.1. Settings
Load Type
Pumps
Light
Medium
Heavy
High inertia
G 3.2 (Overload)
In Motor
In Motor
In Motor
In Motor
In Motor
G 3.3 (C.Over)
5
5
5
5
5
G3.4 (F.Over)
100%
100%
100%
110%
120%
G4.4 (Init torq)
35%
35%
40%
50-60%
40-50%
G4.5(Init tq t)
0
0
0
1
1
G4.6 (Acel time)
3 – 5s
4 – 6s
4 – 6s
6 – 8s
8 – 20s
G4.7 (I Limit)
3.5 In
3 – 3.5 ·In
3.5 – 4 ·In
4 – 5 · In
2.5 – 3.5 · In
G5.1 (Stop Rot)
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
G5.2(Decel time)
5 – 10s
-
-
-
-
13.2. Recommended Power Installation
Failure relay controls the coil connection of the circuit breaker, in case of equipment failure, the motor
starter will disconnect the main power supply.
Figure 13.1 Recommended Power Installation
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COMMONLY USED CONFIGURATIONS
V5 SERIES
POWER ELECTRONICS
13.3. Operation Mode
 Connection Drawing.
See section „7.1 Control Connection Drawing‟.
 Start and Stop from Display.
Screen 1 of group 6 must be adjusted in local. G6.1= LOCAL
With Star-pushbutton the motor will be started and with Stop/Reset-pushbutton the motor will be
stopped.
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Figure 13.2 Start and stop from Display
 Start and stop using a free potential contact.
G6.1 = Remote.
G6.3 = 3 DIGITAL INPUT1=4 / START / STOP (T11).
G6.4 = 4 DIGITAL INPUT2=5 / RESET (T12).
Figure 13.3 Start and stop using a free potential contact
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V5 SERIES
POWER ELECTRONICS
 Start and Stop using pushbuttons.
G6.1 = Remote.
G6.3 = 3 DIGITAL INPUT1=1 / START (T11).
G6.4 = 4 DIGITAL INPUT2=2 / STOP (T12).
G6.5 = 5 DIGITAL INPUT3=5 / RESET (T13).
Figure 13.4 Start and stop using pushbuttons
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COMMONLY USED CONFIGURATIONS
V5 SERIES
POWER ELECTRONICS
14. CONFIGURATION REGISTER
DIGITAL SOFT STARTER:
V5
SERIAL Nº:
APPLICATION :
DATE:
CUSTOMER :
SERIAL Nº:
APPLICATION :
DATE:
CUSTOMER :
SERIE
SCREENS
RANGE
DEFAULT
Yes/No
0000-9999
0000-9999
Span., Eng., D
Yes/No
Yes/No
N0
0
XXXX
ENGLISH
NO
YES
9 - 1600
1 - 1600
1/2/3/4
4 - 999
40 – 99%
50/60
_ _ _A*
_ _ _A *
2*
_ _ _KW
85%
50Hz
1/2/3
0,5-1,5 IV5
1-10
100-500%
Yes/No
0-0,8
0-99/Off
0,6-1,2/Off
Yes/No
162-450
0-10/Off
254-575
0-10/Off
1-10
0-60/Off
2*
1xI
5
100%
N
0.0A
OFF
OFF
YES
320V
5s
440V
5s
3
15Min
0-600
50-99%
0,1-0,9/Off
0-100%
0-99
0s
50%
OFF
35%
1s
SERIE
RECORD 1
RECORD 2
G1 MENU OPTIONS
1 LOCK PARAM=
2 PASSWORD=
3 WRONG P/W=
4 LANGUE=
5 INITIALISE=
6 COMMISSION=
G2 NAMEPLATE
1 ISTARTER=
2 I MOTOR=
3 V MOTOR=
4 P MOTOR=
5 COS PHI M=
6 FREQ=
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G3 PROTECTIONS
1 PHASE SEQUEN=
2 OV LOAD=
3 OV/LOAD T=
4 OVL FAC=
5 MOTOR PTC=
6 UNLOAD=
7 UNLOAD T=
8 SHRPIN=
9 ASYM I ENB=
10 UNDER V=
11 U/V DELAY=
12 OVERVOLT=
13 O/V DELAY=
14 START LIMIT=
15 STR/ INT=
G4 ACCELERATION
1 STR DELAY=
2 PULS TORQ=
3 PULS TQ T=
4 INIT TORQ=
5 INIT TQ T=
* See section ‟11 SCREEN DESCRIPTION‟.
CONFIGURATION REGISTER
61
V5 SERIES
POWER ELECTRONICS
SCREENS
RANGE
6 ACEL TIME=
7 I LIMIT=
0-180
1.5 - 5 x In
6s
2800A
Yes/No
0-180
1/2
0-100%
0-80%
YES
12s
1*
75%
1%
1/2/3/4/5
Yes/No
0-10
0-10
0-10
0-10
0-10
0/1/2
0-100
Off/Bar/°C/m
0/1/2
0-100
Off /Bar/°C/m
1*
Y
4*
0*
0*
0*
0*
1
0-10
OFF
1
0-10
OFF
1-21
1-21
1-21
0-7
0/1
0-500
0-500
14*
15*
9*
0*
0*
0%
100%
1 DUALSETING=
2 PLS TORQ2=
3 PLS TQ T2=
4 INIT TRQ2=
5 INIT TQ T2=
6 ACC TIME2=
7 I LIMIT2=
8 FREWEL STP2=
9 DEC TIME2=
Yes/No
50-99%
0,1-0,9/Off
0-100%/Off
0-99
0-180
1-5 IV5
Yes/No
0-180
NO
50%
OFF
30%
1s
12s
2800A
N
12s
10 DEC MD SEL2=
11 HAMR FAC2=
12 MINI TRQ2=
13 PHASE SEQ2=
1/2
0-99
1-99%
1/2/3
1
75
1%
2s
DEFAULT
G5 DECELERATION
1 FREWEL STP=
2 DECL TIME=
3 DEC MD SEL=
4 HAMR FACT=
5 MINI TORQ=
G6 INPUTS
1 OPER MODE=
2 LOCAL RESET=
3 DINPUT1 SEL=
4 DINPUT2 SEL=
5 DINPUT3 SEL=
6 DINPUT4 SEL=
7 DINPUT5 SEL=
8 ANI1 FORMAT=
9 AI1 RANGE=
10 AI1 UNITS=
11 ANI2 FORMAT=
12 AI2RANGE=
13 AI2 UNITS=
G7 OUTPUTS
1 REL1 SEL ON=
2 REL2 SEL ON=
3 REL3 SEL ON=
4 ANLOG1 SEL=
5 AO1 FORMAT=
6 AO1 LOW=
7 AO1 HIGH=
G8 DUAL SETTING
* See section ‟10 SCREEN DESCRIPTION‟.
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CONFIGURATION REGISTER
RECORD 1
RECORD 2
V5 SERIES
POWER ELECTRONICS
SCREENS
RANGE
DEFAULT
14 OV LOAD2=
15 OV/LOAD T2=
16 OVL FAC2=
17 MTR PTC2=
0,6-1,5 Iv5
1-10
100-500%
800A
5
100%
N
18 UNLOAD2=
19 UNLOAD T2=
20 SHRPIN2=
21 ASYM I ENB2=
22 I MTR2=
23 V MTR2=
24 P MTR2=
0-0,9
0-99/Off
0,7-1,2/Off
Yes/No
9-1200
1/2/3/4
25 COS PHI 2=
26 FREQ 2=
Yes/No
0-999
0.0A
OFF
OFF
N
30A
2
4.0Kw
40-99%
85%
50/60
50Hz
0-8
0-100%
0-100%
0-100
0-100
0-8
0-100%
0-100%
0-100
0-100
0-8
0-100%
0-100%
0-100
0-100
1*
100%
80%
5s
5s
RECORD 1
RECORD 2
G9 COMPARATORS
1 COMPR1 SEL=
2 COMP1 ON=
3 COMP1 OFF=
4 T COMP1 ON=
5 T COMP1 OFF=
6 COMPR2 SEL=
7 COMP2 ON=
8 COMP2 OFF =
9 T COMP2 ON=
10 TCMP2 OFF=
11 CMPR3 SEL=
12 CMP3 ON=
13 CMP3 OFF=
14 T CMP3 ON=
15 TCMP3 OFF=
1*
100%
80%
5s
5s
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1*
100%
80%
5s
5s
G10 FAULT HISTORY
1 LAST FAULT
2 FOURTH FAULT
3 THIRD FAULT
4 SECOND FAULT
5 FIRST FAULT
6 DELET FAULTS=
F0
F0
F0
F0
F0
N
G11 STATIST INFO
1 STARTS1=
2 STARTS2=
3 DEL STARTS2=
4 H1=
5 H2 =
6 DEL HOURS2=
7 TOTAL FLT=
8 FAULT2=
9 DEL FAULT2=
10 KWH =
00000
00000
NO
00000h:00m
00000h:00m
NO
00
0
NO
000000
CONFIGURATION REGISTER
63
V5 SERIES
SCREENS
POWER ELECTRONICS
RANGE
DEFAULT
Yes/No
0-99%
0-99/Off
0-99/ Off
0-99/ Off
N
30%
0s
0s
0s
Yes/No
30-99%
0-99/ Off
NO
50%
0s
NO
G12 SLOW SPEED
1 L/S ACC-DEC =
2 L SPD TORQ =
3 L.S MAX T =
4 L.S ACL T=
5 L.S DEC T=
G13 DC BRAKE
1 DCBRAK SEL=
2 DC BRAK I=
3 DC BRAKE T=
4 EXTERNAL B=
Yes/No
G14 SERIAL COMM
1 COM TIME O=
2 COM ADRESS=
3 BAUD COM=
4 EVEN PARITY=
0-25/ Off
0-240
1200/2400/
4800/9600/ Off
Yes/No
OFF
0
Yes/No
1-5
5-120
NO
5
5s
15Min
OFF
NO
G15 AUTO RESET
1 AUTO RESET=
2 ATTEMP NUMBR=
3 R STR DEL=
4 RS COUNT=
1-60
0-20
0-20
0-20
5 F1 AUTO RST =
6 F2 AUTO RST =
7 F3 AUTO RST =
8 F4 AUTO RST =
0-20
0
0
0
0
G16 PUMP CONTROL 1
1 SET IT =
2 I TIME =
3 START MODE =
4 HI PR DEL =
5 L PR DEL=
6 L PR BYP =
7 FLO BYP =
8 FLO DEB =
0-60/INF
0-60/INF
0/1
0-60
0-3600
1-1800
0-1800
9 LO WTR DEL =
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CONFIGURATION REGISTER
000Hrs
000Hrs
0
00s
0-60
0000s
0000s
0000s
00s
0-60
00s
RECORD 1
RECORD 2
POWER ELECTRONICS
V5 SERIES
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CONFIGURATION REGISTER
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V5 SERIES
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CONFIGURATION REGISTER
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POWER ELECTRONICS
V5 SERIES
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3166, Browns Plains, Queensland 4118 • AUSTRALIA
Tel. (+61) 7 3386 1993 • Fax (+61) 7 3386 1997
Power Electronics Brazil Ltda • Av. Guido Caloi, 1985-Galpão 09 • CEP 05802-140 • SÃO PAULO • BRASIL
Tel. (+55) 11 5891 9612 • Tel. (+55) 11 5891 9762
Power Electronics Chile Ltda • Los Productores # 4439 – Huechuraba • SANTIAGO • CHILE
Tel. (+56) (2) 244 0308 · 0327 · 0335 • Fax (+56) (2) 244 0395
CHILE
Oficina Petronila # 246, Casa 19 • ANTOFAGASTA • CHILE
Tel. (+56) (55) 793 965
CHINA
KOREA
INDIA
MEXICO
NEW
ZEALAND
Power Electronics Beijing • Room 509, Yiheng Building • No 28 East Road, Beisanhuan • 100013, Chaoyang
District • BEIJING • R.P. CHINA
Tel. (+86 10) 6437 9197 • Fax (+86 10) 6437 9181
Power Electronics Asia Ltd • 20/F Winbase Centre • 208 Queen‟s Road Central • HONG KONG • R.P. CHINA
Power Electronics Asia HQ Co • Room #305, SK Hub Primo Building • 953-1, Dokok-dong, Gangnam-gu • 135-270
• SEOUL • KOREA
Tel. (+82) 2 3462 4656 • Fax (+82) 2 3462 4657
Power Electronics India • No 26 3rd Cross, • Vishwanathapuram • 625014 • MADURAI
Tel. (+91) 452 434 7348 • Fax (+91) 452 434 7348
P.E. Internacional Mexico S de RL • Calle Cerrada José Vasconcelos, 9 • Colonia Tlalnepantla Centro •
Tlanlnepantla de Baz • CP 54000 • MEXICO DF
Tel. (+52) 55 5390 8818 • Tel. (+52) 55 5390 8363 • Tel. (+52) 55 5390 8195
Power Electronics Nueva Zelanda Ltd • 12A Opawa Road, Waltham • CHRISTCHURCH 8023 • P.O. Box 1269
CHRISTCHURCH 8041
Tel. (+64 3) 379 98 26 • Fax.(+64 3) 379 98 27
www.power-electronics.com
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