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cimr p5m45p51f
Table of Contents
1.
INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................................... 3
2.
HARDWARE INSTALLATION .............................................................................................................. 4
2.1
OPTION CARD MOUNTING.................................................................................................................. 4
2.2
DRIVE SET-UP .................................................................................................................................. 6
2.3
NETWORK CONNECTION .................................................................................................................... 7
2.3.1
Bus Terminating Resistor ........................................................................................................ 7
2.4
NETWORK ADDRESSING .................................................................................................................... 7
3.
APPLICATION OVERVIEW ................................................................................................................ 10
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
4.
ANALOG INPUT OBJECT SUMMARY ................................................................................................... 10
ANALOG OUTPUT OBJECT SUMMARY ............................................................................................... 11
BINARY INPUT OBJECT SUMMARY .................................................................................................... 11
BINARY OUTPUT OBJECT SUMMARY................................................................................................. 11
STANDARD OPERATION .................................................................................................................. 13
4.1
DRIVE CONFIGURATION ................................................................................................................... 13
4.1.1
Accel/Decel Times – AO2, AO3 ............................................................................................ 13
4.1.2
PID Configuration – AO4, AO5, AO9 .................................................................................... 13
4.1.3
Stall Prevention – AO6, AO7................................................................................................. 13
4.1.4
Operational Mode – AO8....................................................................................................... 14
4.1.5
Speed Command Limits – AO10, AO11 ............................................................................... 14
4.1.6
Motor Rated Current – AO12 ................................................................................................ 14
4.1.7
Prohibit Frequencies – AO13, AO14, A015 .......................................................................... 15
4.1.8
Automatic Restarts – AO16................................................................................................... 15
4.1.9
Display Units – AO17 ............................................................................................................ 15
4.1.10 Power Loss Ride-Through – AO18 ....................................................................................... 16
4.1.11 General Purpose Setup – AO22, AO23 ................................................................................ 16
4.2
DRIVE COMMAND AND CONTROL...................................................................................................... 17
4.2.1
Run/Stop Command – BO1................................................................................................... 17
4.2.2
Speed Command – AO1 ....................................................................................................... 17
4.2.3
Forward/Reverse Command – BO2...................................................................................... 17
4.2.4
Fault/Fault Reset Commands – BO3, BO4 ........................................................................... 17
4.2.5
MultiFunction Input Commands – BO5, BO6, BO7, BO8 ..................................................... 18
4.2.6
Panel Lock Command – BO9................................................................................................ 18
4.2.7
Terminal S1 Run/Stop Control .............................................................................................. 18
4.3
DRIVE MONITORING ........................................................................................................................ 19
4.3.1
Operating Status – AI1-AI13, BI1-BI8 ................................................................................... 19
4.3.2
Current Rating – AI14............................................................................................................ 20
4.3.3
Reading Other Parameters – AO21, AI15............................................................................. 20
4.4
CABLE LOSS BEHAVIOR ................................................................................................................... 21
4.4.1
Continue Running at Last Speed .......................................................................................... 21
4.4.2
Continue Running at Preset Speed....................................................................................... 21
4.4.3
Stop Running......................................................................................................................... 22
4.4.4
Fault....................................................................................................................................... 22
5.
BYPASS APPLICATIONS .................................................................................................................. 23
5.1
6.
PARAMETER MANAGEMENT FUNCTIONS..................................................................................... 24
6.1
6.2
6.3
7.
TYPICAL PARAMETER SETTINGS ...................................................................................................... 23
SAVE PARAMETERS ........................................................................................................................ 24
RESTORE PARAMETERS .................................................................................................................. 24
COMPARE PARAMETERS.................................................................................................................. 25
DIAGNOSTIC LEDS............................................................................................................................ 26
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7.2
7.3
RXD .............................................................................................................................................. 26
TXD............................................................................................................................................... 26
FAULT .......................................................................................................................................... 26
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1. Introduction
The Metasys® N2 communication option for the GPD505 and GPD506/P5 allows these drives to be
integrated into a new or existing Metasys® environment.
This manual describes the steps necessary for hardware installation, network identification, and operation
of the interface. Refer to the appropriate Technical Manual for additional information regarding drive
operation and setup.
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2. Hardware Installation
This section describes steps necessary to install the option card and configure the drive for its use. Since
this option is available pre-installed or in kit form, many of these steps may have been completed at the
factory. If already installed, users should still review these steps to become familiar with the procedure.
Refer to Figure 1 for the physical location of switches, LEDs and connectors.
S1
EPROM
S2
TXD
RXD
DC-DC
CONV
CPU
UART
FAULT
S3
Figure 1. Option Card Layout
2.1 Option Card Mounting
CAUTION:
Step 1.
Make sure that the input power to the drive is TURNED OFF and the CHARGE lamp
inside the unit is OFF before installing the option card.
Remove the digital operator, applying pressure to the locking plate on its lower right side, as
illustrated in Figure 2. Lift the operator out by pulling forward.
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Locking
Plate
Figure 2. Operator Removal
Step 2.
Remove the drive cover, applying pressure to the locking tabs on either side of the cover as
illustrated in Figure 3. With the locking tabs disengaged, pivot the cover out from the bottom.
Continue pivoting it until the top hinge disengages.
GPD
Press
506/P5
Press
Figure 3. Cover Removal
Step 3.
Position the option card so that the 12-pin interface cable is to the left, as illustrated in Figure 4.
Carefully press the attached cable connector into connector 2CN until it is firmly seated.
Please note the orientation of the locking tab relative to the connector mounted on the control
board.
Step 4.
Position the option board mounting holes directly over the four standoffs on the control board.
Carefully press the option board onto the standoffs until it is firmly seated.
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Step 5.
Route the green pigtail lead from the option board to the lower left corner of the control board
and connect it to screw terminal E(G).
2CN
Cable
connector
Locking Tab
Standoffs
Mounting Holes
Locking Tab
E(G)
GND
Figure 4. Option Card Positioning
2.2 Drive Set-up
The drive must be properly configured to communicate with the option card, as described below:
GPD505
Parameter
n106
n107
n108
GPD506
Parameter
n104
n105
n106
Setting
Description
1
2
0
Address (01)
Baud Rate (9600)
Parity (None)
NOTE: Parameter n001 must be set to 3 to change these parameters. New settings will not take
affect until drive power is cycled.
If any of these settings are incorrect, “CALL” will blink on the digital operator, as will the RXD, TXD and
FAULT LEDs. This is an indication that the drive has not yet established communication with the option
card. Once the drive has properly exchanged messages with the option card, all blinking should stop.
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2.3 Network Connection
Communication on the network is half-duplex, two-wire RS-485, with communication parameters fixed at
9600 baud, eight data bits, no parity and one start/stop bit. The connection medium is shielded twisted pair
cable.
Network connection is facilitated by a pluggable 4-way Phoenix-style connector, as illustrated in Figure 5.
Particular attention should be given to the polarity of the network connection. Proper communication
cannot be established with these terminals reversed.
S
H
L
D
R
E
F
N N
- +
Figure 5. Network Connector
2.3.1 Bus Terminating Resistor
A bus terminating resistor (120Ω) is available on each option board and can be applied to the bus by setting
the switches of S3 to their ON position.
In a multi-node system, only those nodes at the end of a bus segment should have terminating resistors.
Before applying a terminating resistor as described above, care should be taken to understand the physical
layout of the network and where other resistors might already be applied. An overloaded bus may not
function properly.
2.4 Network Addressing
A drive’s network address is assigned by selecting the proper setting for switch S1, as detailed in Table 1:
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Network
Address
N/A
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
S1 Setting
87654321
00000000
00000001
00000010
00000011
00000100
00000101
00000110
00000111
00001000
00001001
00001010
00001011
00001100
00001101
00001110
00001111
00010000
00010001
00010010
00010011
00010100
00010101
00010110
00010111
00011000
00011001
00011010
00011011
00011100
00011101
00011110
00011111
00100000
00100001
00100010
00100011
00100100
00100101
00100110
00100111
00101000
00101001
00101010
00101011
00101100
00101101
00101110
00101111
00110000
00110001
00110010
00110011
00110100
00110101
00110110
00110111
00111000
00111001
00111010
00111011
00111100
00111101
00111110
00111111
Network
Address
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
S1 Setting
87654321
01000000
01000001
01000010
01000011
01000100
01000101
01000110
01000111
01001000
01001001
01001010
01001011
01001100
01001101
01001110
01001111
01010000
01010001
01010010
01010011
01010100
01010101
01010110
01010111
01011000
01011001
01011010
01011011
01011100
01011101
01011110
01011111
01100000
01100001
01100010
01100011
01100100
01100101
01100110
01100111
01101000
01101001
01101010
01101011
01101100
01101101
01101110
01101111
01110000
01110001
01110010
01110011
01110100
01110101
01110110
01110111
01111000
01111001
01111010
01111011
01111100
01111101
01111110
01111111
Network
Address
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
S1 Setting
87654321
10000000
10000001
10000010
10000011
10000100
10000101
10000110
10000111
10001000
10001001
10001010
10001011
10001100
10001101
10001110
10001111
10010000
10010001
10010010
10010011
10010100
10010101
10010110
10010111
10011000
10011001
10011010
10011011
10011100
10011101
10011110
10011111
10100000
10100001
10100010
10100011
10100100
10100101
10100110
10100111
10101000
10101001
10101010
10101011
10101100
10101101
10101110
10101111
10110000
10110001
10110010
10110011
10110100
10110101
10110110
10110111
10111000
10111001
10111010
10111011
10111100
10111101
10111110
10111111
Network
Address
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
S1 Setting
87654321
11000000
11000001
11000010
11000011
11000100
11000101
11000110
11000111
11001000
11001001
11001010
11001011
11001100
11001101
11001110
11001111
11010000
11010001
11010010
11010011
11010100
11010101
11010110
11010111
11011000
11011001
11011010
11011011
11011100
11011101
11011110
11011111
11100000
11100001
11100010
11100011
11100100
11100101
11100110
11100111
11101000
11101001
11101010
11101011
11101100
11101101
11101110
11101111
11110000
11110001
11110010
11110011
11110100
11110101
11110110
11110111
11111000
11111001
11111010
11111011
11111100
11111101
11111110
11111111
Table 1. Network Address Settings
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3. Application Overview
The drive is configured, controlled, and monitored by a comprehensive set of Analog and Binary objects, as
illustrated in Figure 6. Note the convention regarding inputs and outputs (i.e. Network Output = Drive Input,
Network Input = Drive Output).
This chapter summarizes the available objects by their type. Additional detail can be found in Section 4,
Standard Operation, where objects are grouped together by function.
NOTE: The Metasys® Change of State (COS) feature is fully supported by this application.
GPD506
Network
Outputs
Network
Outputs
Binary
Objects
Analog
Objects
Network
Inputs
Network
Inputs
Figure 6. Device Overview
3.1 Analog Input Object Summary
Object
ID
AI1
AI2
AI3
AI4
AI5
AI6
AI7
AI8
AI9
AI10
AI11
AI12
AI13
AI14
AI15
Object Name
Speed Reference
Output Speed
Output Current
Kilowatt Hour Meter
Output Power
Drive Temperature
PID Feedback
AC Output Voltage
DC Bus Voltage
Fault Code
Elapsed Timer – Hrs
Elapsed Timer – 10K Hrs
Megawatt Hour Meter
Drive Rated Current
Read Parameter Data
GPD505
Monitor
U-01
U-02
U-03
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
U-04
U-05
U-09
U-11
U-12
n/a
Note 3
Note 4
GPD506
Monitor
U-01
U-02
U-03
U-15
U-06
Note 3
U-13
U-04
U-05
U-09
U-11
U-12
U-16
Note 3
Note 4
Units
Min
Max
Note 1
Note 1
A
kWh
kW
°C
Note 1
V
V
0
0
0
0
0
Note 1
Note 1
Note 2
9999
9999
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Note 2
Note 4
Note 1
Note 2
Note 2
8191
9999
27
9999
Note 2
Note 4
Hr
10K Hr
mWh
A
Note 4
Notes
1.
2.
3.
4.
Value dependent on setting of AO17, Operator Display Mode. Refer to Section 4.1.9.
Value dependent on drive capacity. Refer to appropriate Technical Manual.
Internal value only available via serial communication.
Value depends on the parameter being read (AO21).
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3.2 Analog Output Object Summary
Object
ID
AO1
AO2
AO3
AO4
AO5
AO6
AO7
AO8
AO9
AO10
AO11
AO12
AO13
AO14
AO15
AO16
AO17
AO18
AO19
AO20
AO21
AO22
AO23
Object Name
Speed Command
Acceleration Time
Deceleration Time
PID Proportional Gain
PID Integral Time
Stall Prevention Level – Run
Stall Prevention Level –
Accel
Operational Mode Select
PID Mode Select
Freq Command Upper Limit
Freq Command Lower Limit
Motor Rated Current
First Prohibit Frequency
Second Prohibit Frequency
Prohibit Frequency BW
Number of Auto Restarts
Operator Display Mode
Power Loss Ride-Through
Cable Loss Timeout
Cable Loss Speed
Read Parameter Number
Write Parameter Number
Write Parameter Data
GPD505
Parameter
n/a
n019
n020
n086
n087
n072
n071
GPD506
Parameter
n/a
n018
n019
n086
n087
n074
n073
Units
Default
Min
Max
Note 1
Sec
Sec
Sec
%
%
0
10.0
10.0
1.0
10.0
Note 2
Note 2
0
0
0
0.0
0.0
30
30
Note 1
3600.0
3600.0
10.0
100.0
200
200
n002
n084
n030
n031
n032
n058
n059
n060
n056
n024
n051
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n002
n084
n031
n032
n033
n062
n063
n064
n060
n023
n055
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
%
%
A
Hz
Hz
Hz
Sec
Note 1
-
3
0
100
0
Note 2
0.0
0.0
1.0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Note 3
0.0
0.0
0.0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
8
3
109
100
Note 3
400.0
400.0
25.5
10
3999
2
3600.0
Note 1
114
114
9999
Notes
1. Value dependent on setting of AO17, Operator Display Mode. Refer to Section 4.1.9.
2. Value dependent on drive capacity. Refer to appropriate Technical Manual.
3. Proper setting is between 10% and 120% of drive’s output current rating (AI14).
3.3 Binary Input Object Summary
Object
ID
BI1
BI2
BI3
BI4
BI5
BI6
BI7
BI8
Object Name
Default
Run/Stop Monitor
Forward/Reverse Monitor
Drive Ready Monitor
Fault Monitor
Drive Comm Error Monitor
Multifunction Output 1
Multifunction Output 2
Safety Interlock Monitor
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Off (0)
State
Stopped
Forward
Not Ready
Not Faulted
No Error
Note 1
Note 1
Safety Clear
(Term S1 closed)
On (1)
State
Running
Reverse
Ready
Faulted
Drive Comm Error
Note 1
Note 1
Safety Set
(Term S1 open)
Notes
1. States are dependent on the setup of the Multifunction Outputs. Refer to appropriate Technical
Manual.
3.4 Binary Output Object Summary
Object
ID
BO1
BO2
BO3
Object Name
Default
0
0
Off (0)
State
Stop
Forward
On (1)
State
Run
Reverse
Run/Stop Command
Forward/Reverse
Command
Serial Fault (EF0)
Command
0
No Fault
Fault
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Object
ID
BO4
BO5
Object Name
Default
Fault Reset Command
Multifunction Input 1
0
0
BO6
Multifunction Input 2
0
BO7
Multifunction Input 3
0
BO8
Multifunction Input 4
0
BO9
Panel Lock
0
B10
Communication Fault
Enable
0
Off (0)
State
No Reset
Depends on Terminal
S3 function selection
Depends on Terminal
S4 function selection
Depends on Terminal
S5 function selection
Depends on Terminal
S6 function selection
Local/Remote and
Stop/Reset keys
enabled
EF0 not declared if
cable loss detected
On (1)
State
Reset
Depends on Terminal
S3 function selection
Depends on Terminal
S4 function selection
Depends on Terminal
S5 function selection
Depends on Terminal
S6 function selection
Local/Remote and
Stop/Reset keys
disabled
EF0 declared if cable
loss detected
Notes
1. States are dependent on the setup of the Multifunction Inputs. Refer to appropriate Technical Manual.
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4. Standard Operation
The drive interface features 15 Analog Inputs, 23 Analog Outputs, 8 Binary Inputs and 10 Binary Outputs
for configuring, controlling, and monitoring its operation.
This chapter describes each aspect of operation, grouping the objects together by function. Objects are
summarized by type in Section 3, Application Overview.
4.1 Drive Configuration
This section describes the objects used to configure the drive. Refer to the appropriate Technical Manual
for additional information.
4.1.1 Accel/Decel Times – AO2, AO3
These analog outputs define the ramp rates for starting and stopping the motor, configuring the drive as
described below:
Object
ID
AO2
AO3
Object Name
Acceleration Time
Deceleration Time
GPD505
Parameter
n019
n020
GPD506
Parameter
n018
n019
Units
Default
Min
Max
Sec
Sec
10.0
10.0
0
0
3600.0
3600.0
4.1.2 PID Configuration – AO4, AO5, AO9
These analog outputs define the gains and mode of the PID controller. The PID modes selectable by A09
are described below:
AO9
0
1
2
3
PID Mode
PID Disabled
PID Enabled
PI with Feed Forward
Inverted PID
These objects configure the drive as described below:
Object
ID
AO4
AO5
AO9
Object Name
PID Proportional Gain
PID Integral Time
PID Mode Select
GPD505
Parameter
n086
n087
n084
GPD506
Parameter
n086
n087
n084
Units
Default
Min
Max
Sec
-
1.0
10.0
0
0.0
0.0
0
10.0
100.0
3
4.1.3 Stall Prevention – AO6, AO7
These analog outputs define the stall prevention levels during acceleration and run. Each value is specified
as a percentage of the drive’s current rating (AI14). If the output current (AI3) reaches the specified level
during acceleration or run, the output frequency is maintained or lowered as needed to sufficiently reduce
the output current. These objects configure the drive as described below:
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Object
ID
AO6
AO7
Object Name
Stall Prevention Level – Run
Stall Prevention Level –
Accel
GPD505
Parameter
n072
n071
GPD506
Parameter
n074
n073
Units
Default
Min
Max
%
%
Note 1
Note 1
30
30
200
200
Notes
1. Value dependent on drive capacity. Refer to appropriate Technical Manual.
4.1.4 Operational Mode – AO8
This analog output defines the source for run and speed commands, as described below:
AO8
0
1
2
3
4
Run/Reverse Command
Source
Digital Operator
External Terminals
Digital Operator
External Terminals
Digital Operator
Speed Command
Source
Digital Operator
Digital Operator
External Terminals
External Terminals
Network
5
External Terminals
Network
6
Network
Network
7
Network
Digital Operator
8
Network
External Terminals
Remarks
AO1, BO1, BO2 have no affect.
AO1, BO1, BO2 have no affect.
AO1, BO1, BO2 have no affect.
AO1, BO1, BO2 have no affect.
AO1 sets speed command.
BO1, BO2 have no affect
AO1 sets speed command.
BO1, BO2 have no affect
AO1 sets speed command.
BO1 sets run command.
BO2 sets forward/reverse command.
AO1 has no affect.
BO1 sets run command.
BO2 sets forward/reverse command.
AO1 has no affect.
BO1 sets run command.
BO2 sets forward/reverse command.
This object configures the drive as described below:
Object
ID
AO8
Object Name
Operational Mode Select
GPD505
Parameter
n002
GPD506
Parameter
n002
Units
Default
Min
Max
-
3
0
8
4.1.5 Speed Command Limits – AO10, AO11
These analog outputs define the upper and lower speed command limits. Each value is specified as a
percentage of the maximum drive output frequency, defined by GPD505 parameter n012 or GPD506
parameter n011. These objects configure the drive as described below:
Object
ID
AO10
AO11
Object Name
Freq Command Upper Limit
Freq Command Lower Limit
GPD505
Parameter
n030
n031
GPD506
Parameter
n031
n032
Units
Default
Min
Max
%
%
100
0
0
0
109
100
4.1.6 Motor Rated Current – AO12
This analog output defines the current rating of the motor, configuring the drive as described below:
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Object
ID
AO12
Object Name
Motor Rated Current
GPD505
Parameter
n032
GPD506
Parameter
n033
Units
Default
Min
Max
A
Note 1
Note 2
Note 2
Notes
1. Value dependent on drive capacity. Refer to appropriate Technical Manual.
2. Proper setting is between 10% and 120% of drive’s output current rating (AI14).
4.1.7 Prohibit Frequencies – AO13, AO14, A015
These analog outputs define bands of prohibited frequencies, selected to avoid certain areas of resonant
motor vibration. Two separate bands can be defined, with a common bandwidth. When this feature is
selected, the motor is accelerated and decelerated through the prohibited areas. These objects configure
the drive as described below:
Object
ID
AO13
AO14
AO15
Object Name
First Prohibit Frequency
Second Prohibit Frequency
Prohibit Frequency BW
GPD505
Parameter
n058
n059
n060
GPD506
Parameter
n062
n063
n064
Units
Default
Min
Max
Hz
Hz
Hz
0.0
0.0
1.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
400.0
400.0
25.5
4.1.8 Automatic Restarts – AO16
This analog output defines the number of automatic restarts that will be attempted under certain fault
conditions, as described below:
Restartable Faults
•
Overcurrent (oC), Overvoltage (ou), Undervoltage (Uu1), Ground Fault (GF)
Non-Restartable Faults
•
•
•
Overload (oL_), External (EF_), Hardware (CPF_), Fuse Blown (PUF)
Overcurrent (oC) or Overvoltage (ou) during deceleration
When Power Loss Ride-Through is disabled (AO18 = 0)
This object configures the drive as described below:
Object
ID
AO16
Object Name
Number of Auto Restarts
GPD505
Parameter
n056
GPD506
Parameter
n060
Units
Default
Min
Max
-
0
0
10
4.1.9 Display Units – AO17
This analog output defines the display units for speed data (AO1, AO20, AI1, AI2, AI7), as described
below:
AO17
0
1
Display Units
Hz
%
Description
Speed in Hertz (default)
% of maximum drive frequency, specified by GPD505
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AO17
Display Units
2-39
rpm
40 - 3999
custom
Description
parameter n012 or GPD506 parameter n011
Specifies number of motor poles (P). Speed is calculated by :
Ns = 120*f / P.
Specifies desired reading at maximum output frequency,
where the lower 3 digits indicate the unscaled reading and the
upper digit places the decimal point. The output frequency
range is linearly converted to this new range. For example:
If the display range is desired to be 0.0 – 14.7, AO17 is set to
1147.
This object configures the drive as described below:
Object
ID
AO17
Object Name
Operator Display Mode
GPD505
Parameter
n024
GPD506
Parameter
n023
Units
Default
Min
Max
-
0
0
3999
4.1.10 Power Loss Ride-Through – AO18
This analog output defines how the drive will react to a momentary power loss, as described below:
AO18
0
1
2
Ride-Through Mode
Ride-Through Disabled
Ride-Through Enabled for up to 2 seconds
Ride-Through Enabled indefinitely, provided control
power is maintained
This object configures the drive as described below:
Object
ID
AO18
Object Name
Power Loss Ride-Through
GPD505
Parameter
n051
GPD506
Parameter
n055
Units
Default
Min
Max
-
0
0
2
4.1.11 General Purpose Setup – AO22, AO23
Two analog outputs are defined for setting any drive parameter:
AO22 - Specifies the drive parameter to be set. Writing to this object initiates the write sequence.
AO23 - Specifies the value to be written to the specified parameter. Writing to this object completes the
write sequence and causes the value to be sent to the drive.
Refer to the appropriate Technical Manual for a detailed description of all parameters.
NOTE: The increment listed in the Technical Manual must be considered when specifying a value.
For example, to set GPD506 parameter n070 (GPD505 n066), DC Injection Time at Stop, to 1
second, AO23 must be set to 10, since the increment for this parameter is 0.1 seconds.
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4.2 Drive Command and Control
This section describes the objects used to command and control the drive. Refer to the appropriate
Technical Manual for additional information.
4.2.1 Run/Stop Command – BO1
This binary input controls the run/stop command to the drive, as described below. The drive must be
configured for a network Run/Stop Command (AO8 = 6,7,8) for this input to control the drive.
Object
ID
BO1
Object Name
Default
Run/Stop Command
0
Off (0)
State
Stop
On (1)
State
Run
4.2.2 Speed Command – AO1
This analog input sets the speed command to the drive, as described below. The drive must be configured
for a network Speed Command (AO8 = 4,5,6) for this input to control the drive.
Object
ID
AO1
Object Name
Speed Command
GPD505
Parameter
n/a
GPD506
Parameter
n/a
Units
Default
Min
Max
Note 1
0
0
Note 1
Notes
1. Value dependent on setting of AO17, Operator Display Mode. Refer to Section 4.1.9.
4.2.3 Forward/Reverse Command – BO2
This binary input controls the Forward/Reverse command to the drive, as described below. The drive must
be configured for a network Forward/Reverse Command (AO8 = 6,7,8) for this input to control the drive.
Object
ID
BO2
Object Name
Default
Forward/Reverse
Command
0
Off (0)
State
Forward
On (1)
State
Reverse
4.2.4 Fault/Fault Reset Commands – BO3, BO4
These binary outputs provide fault and fault reset control, as described below. These commands control
the drive for all settings of AO8.
Object
ID
BO3
BO4
Object Name
Default
0
Off (0)
State
No Fault
On (1)
State
Fault
Serial Fault (EF0)
Command
Fault Reset Command
0
No Reset
Reset
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4.2.5 MultiFunction Input Commands – BO5, BO6, BO7, BO8
These binary outputs control the multifunction input commands, as described below. These commands are
equivalent to contact closures on external terminals S3 - S6, respectively. Function selection for the
multifunction inputs is configured in GPD505 parameters n036-n039 and GPD506 parameters n037-n040.
Object
ID
BO5
BO6
BO7
BO8
Object Name
Default
Multifunction Input 1
Command
Multifunction Input 2
Command
Multifunction Input 3
Command
Multifunction Input 4
Command
0
0
0
0
Off (0)
State
Depends on Terminal
S3 function selection
Depends on Terminal
S4 function selection
Depends on Terminal
S5 function selection
Depends on Terminal
S6 function selection
On (1)
State
Depends on Terminal
S3 function selection
Depends on Terminal
S4 function selection
Depends on Terminal
S5 function selection
Depends on Terminal
S6 function selection
NOTE: These objects also report the active state of a multifunction input asserted at the external
terminals (S3 – S6).
4.2.6 Panel Lock Command – BO9
This binary output enables and disables the Local/Remote and Stop/Reset keys of the digital operator, as
described below.
Object
ID
BO9
Object Name
Default
Panel Lock Command
0
Off (0)
State
Local/Remote and
Stop/Reset keys
enabled
On (1)
State
Local/Remote and
Stop/Reset keys
disabled
4.2.7 Terminal S1 Run/Stop Control
In certain applications, a normally closed system safety may be wired to the drive’s terminal S1. The basis
for this design is a hard-wired run command at terminal S1. If a safety is placed in series with this run
contact, the drive stops when the safety opens.
With this option card, the same functionality can be achieved with a network run command. It is enabled by
setting GPD505 parameter n039 to 19 or GPD506 parameter n040 to 21. With this feature enabled, a
network run command starts the drive only if the contact on S1 is closed. If the contact opens, the drive is
stopped and then restarted once the contact closes.
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4.3 Drive Monitoring
This section describes the objects used to monitor the drive. Refer to the appropriate Technical Manual for
additional information.
4.3.1 Operating Status – AI1-AI13, BI1-BI8
The following table summarizes the input objects available for monitoring the operating status of the drive.
Operating Variable
Speed Reference
Object ID
AI1
Output Speed
Output Current
Output Power
Drive Temperature
AI2
AI3
AI5
AI6
AC Output Voltage
DC Bus Voltage
Kilowatt Hour Meter
AI8
AI9
AI4
Megawatt Hour Meter
AI13
PID Feedback
AI7
Elapsed Timer – Hrs
Elapsed Timer – 10K
Hrs
Fault Code
AI11
AI12
AI10
Description
Reports the speed reference as commanded from the source selected by
AO8 (operator, terminal, or network). This allows speed reference to be
monitored even when the network is not the command source.
This value matches AO1 only when the network is selected as the command
source (AO8 = 4,5,6).
Reports output speed.
Reports output current.
Reports output power. This object is only available on GPD506 drives.
Reports drive temperature. This object is only available on GPD506
drives.
Reports AC output voltage (i.e. voltage applied to motor).
Reports DC bus voltage.
Reports cumulative drive energy usage in kilowatts. This object is only
available on GPD506 drives.
Reports cumulative drive energy usage in megawatts. This object is only
available on GPD506 drives.
Reports PID feedback. If PID is disabled, this value will be zero. This
object is only available on GPD506 drives.
Reports cumulative run time in hours.
Reports cumulative run time in increments of 10K hours.
Reports drive fault status. This value is the decimal equivalent of a binary
fault word. It is the sum of the values associated with each fault bit, as listed
below:
Fault
Overcurrent, Ground, Short Circuit
Overvoltage
Drive Overload
Overheat
Main Circuit
Brake Transistor
External
Hardware
Motor Overload
During Undervoltage
Power Loss
Phase
Run Status
BI1
Bit
0
1
2
3
5
6
7
8
9
11
12
13
Value
1
2
4
8
32
64
128
256
512
2048
4096
8192
Reports the run status (1=Run) as commanded from the source selected by
AO8 (operator, terminal, or network). This allows the status to be monitored
even when the network is not the command source.
BI2
This value matches BO1 only when the network is selected as the command
source (AO8 = 6,7,8).
Reports the forward/reverse status (1=Reverse) as commanded from the
source selected by AO8 (operator, terminal, or network). This allows the
status to be monitored even when the network is not the command source.
Drive Ready Status
BI3
Fault Status
BI4
This value matches BO2 only when the network is selected as the command
source (AO8 = 6,7,8).
Reports whether or not the drive is ready to accept a run command
(1=Ready).
Reports the drive fault status (1=Fault).
Forward/Reverse
Status
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Operating Variable
Multifunction Output 1
Object ID
BI5
Multifunction Output 2
BI6
Drive Comm Error
BI7
Safety Interlock
(Terminal S1)
BI8
Description
Reports the status of Multifunction Output 1 (1=On). The function assigned
to this output is programmed in GPD505 parameter n040 or GPD506
parameter n041.
Reports the status of Multifunction Output 2 (1=On). The function assigned
to this output is programmed in GPD505 parameter n041 or GPD506
parameter n042.
Reports the communication status between the option card and the drive
(1=Comm Error).
Reports the status of a normally closed safety wired to Terminal S1
(1=Safety Set, Term S1 open).
4.3.2 Current Rating – AI14
This analog input reports the current rating of the drive. This information is useful in matching a motor to the
drive and determining the settings for AO6 (Stall Prevention Level during Run), AO7 (Stall Prevention Level
during Accel), and AO12 (Motor Rated Current), all expressed in terms of the drive’s current rating.
4.3.3 Reading Other Parameters – AO21, AI15
Two objects are defined for reading any drive parameter:
AO21 - Specifies the parameter to be read.
AI15 - Reports the value of the specified parameter.
Refer to the appropriate Technical Manual for a detailed description of all parameters.
NOTE: The increment listed in the Technical Manual must be considered when interpreting a
reported value. For example, a read of GPD506 parameter n070 (GPD505 n066), DC
Injection Time at Stop, which reports 10 in AI15 is actually a setting of 1, since the
increment for this parameter is 0.1 seconds.
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4.4 Cable Loss Behavior
This section describes the configurable cable loss feature of the option card. This feature offers a user
maximum flexibility in determining the drive’s response to a loss of communication.
After some interval without receipt of a message, the drive can be configured to respond in one of the
following manners:
•
•
•
•
Continue at last speed
Continue at preset speed
Stop
Fault (EF0)
Three points are used to select the desired type of behavior:
•
•
•
AO19 – Cable Loss Timeout
AO20 – Cable Loss Speed
BO10 – Communication Fault Enable
The following table summarizes the settings for each type of behavior (X = don’t care):
Behavior
Continue at last speed
Continue at preset speed
Stop Running
Fault (EF0)
Cable Loss Timeout
(AO19)
0
Timeout Interval
Timeout Interval
Timeout Interval
Cable Loss Frequency
(AO20)
X
Preset Speed
0
X
Fault Enable
(BO10)
X
Off
Off
On
Each behavior is described in additional detail below.
Notes
1. Communication must first be established and then lost for these features to function as described. If a
drive is powered-up without a cable connected or with the master controller offline, a timeout does not
occur.
2. For modes which describe the drive running after a timeout, a run command must have been issued
(BO1 = ‘On’) prior to loss of communications. For safety purposes, it will not automatically start from a
stopped condition. If a user requires the drive to start automatically, additional external wiring may be
added to accomplish this (consult factory).
3. Upon expiration of the timeout interval, the FAULT LED lights and remains lit until communication is
restored.
4.4.1 Continue Running at Last Speed
In this mode, Cable Loss Timeout (AO19) is set to 0, disabling the cable loss feature. The other 2 settings
(BO10, AO20) are ignored. If communication is lost, the drive simply maintains its last commanded state.
4.4.2 Continue Running at Preset Speed
In this mode, Cable Loss Timeout (AO19) is set to the desired interval and Cable Loss Speed (AO20) is set
to the desired preset speed. If the time between messages exceeds the timeout interval, the drive’s speed
command (AO1) is set to the Cable Loss Speed (AO20) and the drive continues running at this new speed.
Communication Fault Enable (BO10) must be set to ‘Off’.
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4.4.3 Stop Running
In this mode, Cable Loss Timeout (AO19) is set to the desired interval and Cable Loss Speed (AO20) is set
to 0. If the time between messages exceeds the timeout interval, the drive’s speed command (AO1) is set
to 0 and the run command (BO1) is set to ‘Off’. Communication Fault Enable (BO10) must be set to ‘Off’.
4.4.4 Fault
In this mode, Cable Loss Timeout (AO19) is set to the desired interval and Communication Fault Enable
(BO10) is set to ‘On’. If the time between messages exceeds the timeout interval, an ‘EF0’ fault is declared
and the drive stops. Cable Loss Speed (AO20) is ignored.
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5. Bypass Applications
For many applications, the drive is integrated into a bypass or engineered package. This type of package
typically features an enclosure with contactors which allow the user to run the motor from line power
(bypass mode) or from the drive (drive mode). This package also provides the flexibility for interfacing
normally closed safety interlocks (firestat, freezestat, vibration sensors, etc.) which stop the drive if the
contacts open.
5.1 Typical Parameter Settings
Because of the widespread use of this type of application, the following parameter set-up table is provided
to aid in the start-up of such a drive.
GPD505
Parameter
n001
n002
n006
n007
n019
n020
n025
n026
n037
n038
n039
n051
n064
n066
n103
n104
GPD505
Setting
3
6
1
0
60
60
10
6
5
9
19
1
50
5
1
0
GPD506
Parameter
n001
n002
n006
n007
n018
n019
n024
n025
n038
n039
n040
n055
n068
n070
n101
n102
GPD506
Setting
3
6
1
0
60
60
10
6
5
10
21
1
50
5
1
0
Description
Enables Parameter Write Access
Operational Mode (Network Control)
Reverse Run Disabled
Local/Remote Button Disabled
Accel Time (secs)..
Decel Time (secs..
Initial Reference (Hz)
Alternate Reference (Hz)
Terminal S4 Select - Local/Remote
Terminal S5 Select - Manual Speed
Terminal S6 Select - PID Disable (see note)
Momentary Power Loss
DC Injection Braking Level (%)
DC Injection Time at Start (sec)
Modbus Timeout Enabled
Ramp to Stop on Modbus Timeout
NOTE: If safety interlocks are interfaced to the bypass package at Terminal S1 and a network run
command is used, Terminal S6 Select must be set as listed to stop the motor if the safety
opens.
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6. Parameter Management Functions
Several parameter management functions have been included with the option card. These functions are
accessed by setting all S1 switches off and using switch S2 to select the desired function, as summarized in
Table 2 below:
Function
Save Parameter Settings
S1 Setting
(87654321)
ALL OFF
S2 Setting
(654321)
000001
Restore Parameter Settings
ALL OFF
000010
Compare Parameter Settings
ALL OFF
000100
Description
This function saves the current parameter settings to the
option card.
This function restores the parameter settings to the values
saved in the option card.
This function compares the current parameter settings to
the values saved in the option card, displaying differences
on the digital operator.
Table 2. User Function Switch Settings
NOTE: These functions detect the current drive type (GPD505/GPD506) as well as that of the image
stored in the option card. If they differ, the functions will not complete and the ERROR LED
will be lit.
6.1 Save Parameters
This function saves the current parameters to the option card.
This feature may be particularly useful to users as a final step in their setup procedure. Once a drive has
been “fine-tuned” for a particular application, its unique setup can be saved for future use. A particular
setup may then be recalled when replacing a drive, copying to other drives, or restoring a setup that has
been altered.
To use this function, the following sequence should be observed:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
Remove drive power.
Remove the network connection.
Select the desired function by setting switches S1 and S2 as described in Table 2.
Re-apply drive power.
Observe the RXD LED flashing. This occurs while the parameters are being read from the drive
and stops when this step is complete.
Observe the TXD LED flashing. This occurs while the parameters are being written to the option
card EEPROM and stops when this step is complete.
Upon successful completion of this function, the TXD LED remains on and all other LEDs should be
off.
Remove drive power.
Reset switches S1 and S2 to their usual settings.
Attach the network connection.
Re-apply drive power.
6.2 Restore Parameters
This function restores the parameters to the values saved in the option card.
With a unique drive setup already saved in the option card, this feature may be used when replacing a
drive, copying to other drives, or restoring a setup that has been altered.
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To use this function, the following sequence should be observed:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
Remove drive power.
Remove the network connection.
Select the desired function by setting switches S1 and S2 as described in Table 2.
Re-apply drive power.
Observe the RXD LED flashing. This occurs while the parameters are being read from the option
card EEPROM stops when this step is complete.
Observe the TXD LED flashing. This occurs while the parameters are being written to the drive and
stops when this step is complete.
Upon successful completion of this function, the TXD LED remains on and all other LEDs should be
off. If any errors occurred, the ERROR LED will be flashing. Monitor U-11 is used to display the
data which failed to be written. The parameter number is displayed first, as ‘1xxx’, where ‘xxx’ is
the parameter number. The next value displayed is the value which failed to be written. The list of
failed parameters is displayed repeatedly until power is removed.
Remove drive power.
Reset switches S1 and S2 to their usual settings.
Attach the network connection.
Re-apply drive power.
6.3 Compare Parameters
This function compares the current parameters to the values saved in the option card, displaying
differences on the digital operator.
With a unique drive setup already saved in the option card, this feature may be used to evaluate which
parameters have been changed since the setup was saved. This may be particularly useful in summarizing
parameter changes during a troubleshooting process or determining what changes have been made since
a drive’s initial installation.
To use this function, the following sequence should be observed:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
Remove drive power.
Remove the network connection.
Select the desired function by setting switches S1 and S2 as described in Table 2.
Re-apply drive power.
Observe the RXD LED flashing. This occurs while the parameters are being read from the drive
stops when this step is complete.
Observe the TXD LED flashing. This occurs while the current parameter settings are being
compared to the values stored in the option card EEPROM and stops when this step is complete.
Upon successful completion of this function, the TXD LED remains on and all other LEDs should be
off if no differences exist. If there are any differences, the ERROR LED will be flashing. Monitor
U-11 is used to display the data which is different. The parameter number is displayed first, as
‘1xxx’, where ‘xxx’ is the parameter number. The next value displayed is the value stored in the
option card EEPROM. These values can be recorded and compared to the current drive settings.
The list of differences is displayed repeatedly until power is removed.
Remove drive power.
Reset switches S1 and S2 to their usual settings.
Attach the network connection.
Re-apply drive power.
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7. Diagnostic LEDs
7.1 RXD
This LED is lit under the following conditions:
•
While the drive is attempting to establish communication with the option card, the RXD, TXD, and
FAULT LEDs blink in unison and “CALL” blinks on the digital operator. If this condition occurs, repeat
the steps outlined in Section 2.2, Drive Set-up.
•
During normal operation with the drive attached and configured on the network, this LED blinks anytime
the drive receives a message addressed to it. Its blinking under these conditions indicates a “healthy”
link between the drive and the network.
•
During normal operation with the drive either unattached or unconfigured on the network, this LED
blinks while the option card is communication with the drive. Its blinking under these conditions
indicates a “healthy” link between the drive and the option card.
•
During use of the parameter management functions, this LED blinks during the first phase of each
function and is off upon completion (See Section 6, Parameter Management Functions).
7.2 TXD
This LED is lit under the following conditions:
•
While the drive is attempting to establish communication with the option card, the RXD, TXD, and
FAULT LEDs blink in unison and “CALL” blinks on the digital operator. If this condition occurs, repeat
the steps outlined in Section 2.2, Drive Set-up.
•
During normal operation, this LED blinks anytime the drive is responding to a message from the
network. Its blinking indicates a “healthy” link between the drive and the network.
•
During use of the parameter management functions, this LED blinks during the second phase of each
function and remains lit upon completion (See Section 6, Parameter Management Functions).
7.3 FAULT
This LED is lit under the following conditions:
•
While the drive is attempting to establish communication with the option card, the RXD, TXD, and
FAULT LEDs blink in unison and “CALL” blinks on the digital operator. If this condition occurs, repeat
the steps outlined in Section 2.2, Drive Set-up.
•
During normal operation, this LED is lit if a cable loss is detected (See Section 4.4,
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Cable Loss Behavior). Once communication is re-established, this LED should be off.
•
During use of the parameter management functions, this LED blinks if there is data to be read on the
digital operator (See Section 6, Parameter Management Functions).
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