AVTRON ACCel500 EXPANDER I/O AND ADAPTER I/O BOARDS
AVTRON
ACCel500 EXPANDER I/O
AND ADAPTER I/O BOARDS
© 2006 Avtron Manufacturing, Inc.
Cleveland, Ohio
June 19, 2006
February 6, 2008
AVTRON MANUFACTURING, INC.
Cleveland, Ohio
AVTRON
ACCel500 EXPANDER I/O
AND ADAPTER I/O BOARDS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION
PAGE
I
GENERAL INFORMATION............................................................................... 1-1
1-1
Slots on the ACCel500 Frequency Converter Control Board................... 1-1
1-2
Option Board Types.................................................................................. 1-2
1-3
Technical Data .......................................................................................... 1-4
1-3.1 Isolation......................................................................................... 1-5
1-3.2 Analog Inputs (mA/V) .................................................................. 1-5
1-3.3 Analog Outputs (mA/V) .............................................................. 1-5
1-3.4 Control Voltage (+24V/EXT +24V) ............................................ 1-5
1-3.5 Digital Input Signal Conversion .................................................. 1-6
1-4
Hardware Protections ............................................................................... 1-8
1-4.1 Terminal Block Coding ................................................................ 1-8
1-4.2 Board Slot Guides and Allowed Slots .......................................... 1-8
1-5
Type Identification Number...................................................................... 1-9
1-6
Defining a Terminal for a Certain Function with ADDaptACC
Programming Tool .................................................................................... 1-9
1-7
Option Board Related Parameters............................................................. 1-10
II
INSTALLATION OF OPTION BOARDS ......................................................... 2-1
2-1
Control Cables ......................................................................................... 2-2
2-1.1 Cable Grounding........................................................................... 2-3
2-2
Board Information Sticker ........................................................................ 2-3
III
DESCRIPTIONS OF OPTION BOARDS ........................................................... 3-1
3-1
Basic Boards OPT-A_ .............................................................................. 3-1
3-1.1 OPT-A1......................................................................................... 3-2
3-1.2 OPT-A2......................................................................................... 3-6
3-1.3 OPT-A3......................................................................................... 3-7
3-1.4 OPT-A4......................................................................................... 3-8
3-1.5 OPT-A5......................................................................................... 3-11
3-1.6 OPT-A7......................................................................................... 3-15
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TABLE OF CONTENTS (continued)
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3-1.7 OPT-A8..................................................................................................... 3-20
3-1.8 OPT-A9......................................................................................... 3-24
3-1.9 OPT-AE ........................................................................................ 3-25
3-1.10 OPT-AL ........................................................................................ 3-29
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I/O Expander Boards OPT-B_ .................................................................. 3-31
3-2.1 OPT-B1 ......................................................................................... 3-32
3-2.2 OPT-B2 ......................................................................................... 3-34
3-2.3 OPT-B4 ......................................................................................... 3-35
3-2.4 OPT-B5 ......................................................................................... 3-36
3-2.5 OPT-B8 ......................................................................................... 3-37
3-2.6 OPT-B9 ......................................................................................... 3-39
3-2.7 OPT-BB ........................................................................................ 3-40
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Adapter Boards OPT-D_........................................................................... 3-44
3.3.1 OPT-D1......................................................................................... 3-45
3-3.2 OPT-D2......................................................................................... 3-47
3-3.3 OPT-D3......................................................................................... 3-50
3-3.4 OPT-D6......................................................................................... 3-52
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OPTION BOARDS – OPERATIONAL DETAILS ............................................. 4-1
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EXPANDER I/O AND ADAPTER I/O BOARDS
SECTION I
GENERAL INFORMATION
There is a wide range of expander and adapter boards that can be used to increase the I/O
capacity of the ACCel500 frequency converter.
The ACCel500 frequency converter’s input and output configuration is designed with modularity
in mind. The total I/O is composed of option boards, each having its own input and output
configuration. The boards contain not only normal analog and digital inputs and outputs, but also
fieldbuses and additional application-specific hardware.
The basic, expander, and adapter boards are placed in the board slots on the control board of the
frequency converter. The I/O boards are usually interchangeable between different types of
ACCel500 frequency converters. However, the control boards of these types differ from each
other to some extent which means that the use of some I/O boards in different ACCel500
frequency converter types may be restricted.
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SLOTS ON THE ACCel500 FREQUENCY CONVERTER CONTROL BOARD
The control board is situated inside the control unit of the ACCel500 frequency converter. There
are five board slots (labeled A to E) on the control board. The connectability of different option
boards to different slots depends greatly on the type of the board. For more information on this,
see section 1.2. See also the descriptions of the options boards in Section III.
Usually, when the frequency converter is delivered from the factory, the control unit includes at
least the standard compilation of two basic boards (I/O board and relay board) which are
normally installed in slots A and B. The I/O boards mounted at the factory are indicated in the
type code of the frequency converter. The three expander slots (C, D and E) are available for
different option boards, that is, I/O expander boards, fieldbus boards, and adapter boards.
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Figure 1-1. Board Slots on Control Board of the ACCel500 Frequency Converter
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OPTION BOARD TYPES
The Avtron option boards are divided in four groups according to their characteristics: types A,
B, C, and D. Short descriptions of the types below:
OPT-A_
• Basic boards used for basic I/O; normally pre-installed at the factory
• This board type uses slots A, B, or C.
See section 3-1 for a detailed presentation of the boards of this type. See also the principle
diagram on the options boards and their equipment in Table 4-1.
OPT-B_
• Option boards used for I/O expansion
• Normally pluggable into slots B, C, D, or E
See section 3-2 for a detailed presentation of the boards of this type. See also the principle
diagram on the options boards and their equipment in Table 4-1.
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OPT-C_
• Fieldbus boards (e.g. Profibus or Modbus)
• These boards are connected to slots D or E.
See a separate manual on each individual Fieldbus board. Ask the factory or your nearest
distributor for more information.
OPT-D_
• Adapter boards
• Boards with fiber optic adapters, for example, System Bus Fiber Optic adapter board.
• Connect the adapter boards to slots D or E (see section 3-3.3 for more information).
See section 3-3 for a detailed presentation of the boards of this type. See also the principle
diagram on the options boards and their equipment in Table 4-2.
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TECHNICAL DATA
The data in the table below applies to the inputs and outputs on all basic and expander boards.
TABLE 1-1. TECHNICAL DATA
Safety (all boards)
Input/output type
ANALOG inputs (AI),
voltage
ANALOG inputs (AI),
current
Digital inputs (DI), DC
voltage controlled
Digital inputs (DI), AC
voltage controlled
Auxiliary voltage (output)
(+24V)
Auxiliary voltage (input)
(ext. +24V)
Reference voltage (output)
(+10Vref)
ANALOG output (AO),
current (mA)
ANALOG output (AO),
voltage (V)
Relay outputs (RO)
Thermistor input (TI)
Encoder control voltage
(+5V/+12V/ +15V/+24V)
Encoder connections (inputs,
outputs)
Environment (all boards)
Ambient operating
temperature
Storing temperature
Humidity
Altitude
Vibration
Comply with EN50178,C-UL, and EN60204-1
Inputs/Outputs galvanically isolated; Isolation voltage rate 500V
Specification
0 to ±10V, Ri ≥ 200 kΩ, single-ended;
Resolution 10 bits/0.1%, accuracy ±1% of the full display
(–10 to +10V joystick control)
0(4)…20mA, Ri = 250Ω, differential
Resolution 10 bits/0.1%, accuracy ±1% of the full display
24V: "0"≤10V, "1"≥18V, Ri > 5kΩ
Control voltage 42…240 VAC
"0"<33V, "1">35V
24V (±15%), max 250mA (total summarized load from ext. +24V outputs,
max. 150 mA from one board.
24VDC (±10%, max. ripple voltage 100mV RMS), max. 1A.
In special applications where PLC type functions are included in the control unit the
input can be used as external auxiliary power supply for control boards as well as
I/O boards.
10V – 0% – +2%, max. 10mA
0(4) to 20mA, RL<500Ω, resolution 10 bits/0.1%, accuracy ≤ ±2%
0(2) to 10V, RL ≥ 1kΩ, resolution 10 bits, accuracy ≤ ±2%
Switching capacity 24VDC/8A
250VAC/8A
125VDC/0.4A
Max. continuous load 2A rms
Min. switching load: 5V/10mA
Rtrip = 4.7kΩ (PTC type)
See OPT-A4, OPT-A5, OPT-A7, OPT-AE and OPT-BB technical data
See OPT-A4, OPT-A5, OPT-A7, OPT-AE and OPT-BB technical data
–10 to 55°C
–40 to60°C
<95%, no condensation allowed
Max 1000 m
0.5 G at 9 to 200 Hz
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1-3.1 ISOLATION
The control connections are isolated from the mains potential and the I/O ground is connected
directly to the frame of the frequency converter. Digital inputs and relay outputs are isolated
from the I/O ground. For digital input arrangements, see section 1-3.5, Digital Input Signal
Conversions.
1-3.2 ANALOG INPUTS (mA/V)
ANALOG inputs of I/O boards can be used as either current inputs or voltage inputs (see
detailed description of each board). The signal type is selected with a jumper block on the board.
In case the voltage type input is used you still have to define the voltage range with another
jumper block. The factory default value for the ANALOG signal type is given in the description
of the board. For detailed information, see the description of the board in question.
1-3.3 ANALOG OUTPUTS (mA/V)
In the same way as in the analog inputs, the output signal type (current/voltage) can be selected
with jumper except for some expander boards with analog outputs used only with current signals.
1-3.4 CONTROL VOLTAGE (+24V/EXT +24V)
The control voltage output +24V/EXT+24V can be used in two ways. Typically, the +24V
control voltage is wired to digital inputs through an external switch. The control voltage can also
be used to power-up external equipment, such as encoders and auxiliary relays.
Observe that the specified total load on all available +24V/EXT+24V output terminals may not
exceed 250mA. The maximum load on the +24V/EXT+24V output per board is 150 mA. See
Figure 1-2.
Figure 1-2. Maximum Loads on +24V/EXT+24V Output
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The +24V/EXT+24V outputs can further be used to externally power-up the control board as
well as the basic and expander boards. If an external power supply is connected to EXT+24V
output, the control board, basic boards and expander boards remain live even if mains should be
lost on the frequency converter. This ensures sufficient functioning of the control logic (not the
motor control, however) and some alarms in exceptional power-loss situations. Furthermore,
fieldbus links remain powered which enables, for example, the Profibus Master to read valuable
data on the frequency converter. The power unit is not powered through the EXT+24V and
therefore the motor control does not work if the mains is lost.
Requirements for an external power back-up:
• output voltage +24DC±10%, max. ripple voltage 100mV RMS
• max. current 1A
• 1A external fuse (no internal short-circuit protection on the control board
NOTE: ANALOG outputs and inputs do not work with only +24V supplied to the control unit.
If there is a +24V/EXT+24V output on the board, it is short-circuit protected locally. Should one
of the +24V/EXT+24V outputs short circuit, the others would remain powered because of the
local protection.
1-3.5 DIGITAL INPUT SIGNAL CONVERSION
The active signal level depends on which potential the common input CMA (and CMB if
available) is connected to. The alternatives are +24V or Ground (0V). See Figure 1-3, Figure 1-4
and Figure 1-5.
The 24-volt control voltage and the ground for the digital inputs and the common input (CMA)
can be either internal or external.
Some typical input signal conversion examples are shown below. If you use the internal +24V
from the frequency converter, the following arrangements are possible:
If CMA is connected to GND with an inboard jumper, the internal +24V is used and the CMA
terminal is not wired.
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Figure 1-3. CMA is Connected to GND with Inboard Jumper
If you use an external +24V, the following arrangements are possible:
When CMA is isolated from GND using an onboard jumper, the input is active when the switch
is closed.
Figure 1-4. Positive Logic with External +24V
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Figure 1-5. Negative logic with external +24V
You can make the positive and negative logic arrangements also with the internal +24V. Place
the jumper block in the ‘CMA isolated from GND’ position (as above) and wire the CMA
terminal to the GND terminal of the frequency converter.
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HARDWARE PROTECTIONS
1-4.1 TERMINAL BLOCK CODING
In order to avoid incorrect connections of terminal blocks to boards, some terminal blocks as
well as related terminal connectors on the board are uniquely coded. For more information, see
the description of the individual board.
1-4.2 BOARD SLOT GUIDES AND ALLOWED SLOTS
You cannot mount an option board into any slot. Table 4-1 and Table 4-2 show which slots are
allowed for which option boards. For reasons of safety, slots A and B are protected in hardware
against mounting of disallowed boards. If a disallowed board is mounted in slots C, D and E, the
board just will not work. There is no danger of injury to personnel or damage to equipment.
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Figure 1-6. Board Guide to Prevent Incorrect Mountings
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TYPE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER
Each ACCel500 option board has a unique type designation code. Besides the type designation
code, each board has a unique Type identification number which is used by the system program
to identify which board is plugged into which board slot. The system program and the
application use the Type ID also to establish the needed connections in order to achieve the
desired functionality of the available I/O boards in the control unit. The ID code is loaded in the
memory of the board.
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DEFINING A TERMINAL FOR A CERTAIN FUNCTION WITH ADDaptACC
PROGRAMMING TOOL
If you use the ADDaptACC Programming Tool, you will have to establish the connection
between the function and input/output in the same way as with the control panel. Just pick the
address code from the drop-down menu in the Value column (see Figure 1-7).
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Figure 1-7. Using ADDaptACC Programming Tool to Enter the Address Code
NOTE: In order to avoid function overruns and to ensure flawless operation, do not connect two
functions to the same output.
The inputs, unlike the outputs, cannot be changed in RUN state.
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OPTION BOARD RELATED PARAMETERS
Some of the input and output functions of certain option boards are controlled with associated
parameters. The parameters are used to set the signal ranges for ANALOG inputs and outputs as
well as values for different encoder functions.
The board-related parameters can be edited in the Expander Board Menu (M7) of the control
keypad.
Enter the following menu level (G#) with the Menu button right. At this level, you can browse
through slots A to E with the Browser buttons to see what expander boards are connected. On the
lowermost line of the display, you also see the number of parameters associated with the board.
Edit the parameter value as shown below. See Figure 1-8. For more information on the keypad
operation, see the ACCel500 Software Manual.
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Figure 1-8. Board Parameter Value Editing
NOTE: Fieldbus boards (OPT-C_) also have fieldbus-related parameters. These boards are
described in the separate fieldbus board manuals.
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Installation of Option Boards
SECTION II
INSTALLATION OF OPTION BOARDS
NOTE: It is not allowed to add or replace option boards or fieldbus boards on a frequency
converter with the power switched on. This may damage the boards.
A
ACCel500 frequency converter
B
Remove the cable cover.
C
Open the cover of the control unit.
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D
Install the option board in a correct slot on the control board of the frequency
converter. When attaching (also removing) the board, hold it in horizontally
straight position to avoid twisting the connector pins. See the photos below.
Make sure that the board (see below) fits tightly in the metal clamp and the plastic
groove. If the board seems to be difficult to fit in the slot, you may have to check
the allowed slots for your option board.
NOTE: Check that the jumper settings on the board correspond to you needs.
Finally, close the cover of the frequency converter and the cable cover.
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CONTROL CABLES
The control cables used shall be at least 20 AWG (0.5 mm2) screened multicore cables. The
maximum terminal wire size is 14 AWG (2.5 mm2) for the relay terminals and 16 AWG
(1.5 mm2) for other terminals.
Find the tightening torques of the option board terminals in the table below.
TABLE 2-1. TIGHTENING TORQUES OF TERMINALS
Terminal Screw
Nm
0.5
0.2
Relay and thermistor terminals (screw M3)
Other terminals(screw M2.6)
2-2
Tightening Torque
lb-in
4.5
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TABLE 2-2. CABLE TYPES REQUIRED TO MEET STANDARDS
Cable type
Control cable
Level H, C
4
Level L
4
Level H = EN 61800-3+A11, 1st environment, restricted distribution
EN 61000-6-4
Level L = EN61800-3, 2nd environment
4 = Screened cable equipped with compact low-impedance shield.
2-1.1 CABLE GROUNDING
We recommend grounding the control cables in the manner presented above.
Strip the cable at such distance from the terminal that you can fix it to the frame with the
grounding clamp.
Figure 2-1. Grounding of control cable
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BOARD INFORMATION STICKER
Each I/O option board package delivered by the factory includes a sticker (shown below) where
possible modifications made in the frequency converter are noted. Please check Option board
(1), mark the board type (2), the slot into which the board is mounted (3) and the mounting date
(4) on the sticker. Finally, attach the sticker on your drive.
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Descriptions of Option Boards
SECTION III
DESCRIPTIONS OF OPTION BOARDS
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BASIC BOARDS OPT-A_
• Basic boards used for basic I/O; normally pre-installed at the factory
• This board type uses slots A, B and C.
The standard ACCel500 frequency converters contain two boards placed in slots A and B. The
board in slot A (OPT-A1, OPT-A8 or OPT-A9) has digital inputs, digital outputs, analog inputs
and an analog output. The board in slot B (OPT-A2) has two change-over relay outputs. As an
alternative to OPT-A2, a board of type OPT-A3 can also be placed in slot B. In addition to the
two relay outputs, this board has one thermistor input.
The boards you wish to have installed in your frequency converter have to be defined in the type
designation code of the frequency converter when ordering it from the factory.
TABLE 3-1. ACCel500 BASIC BOARDS AND THEIR EQUIPMENT
I/O Board
OPT-A1
Allowed
Slots
A
OPT-A2
B
OPT-A3
B
OPT-A4
C
OPT-A5
C
DI
DO
AI
AO
6
1
2 (mA/V),
incl.
-10 to +10V
1
(mA/V)
3 DI encoder
(RS-422) +
2 DI (qualifier &
fast input)
3 DI encoder
(wide range) + 2 DI
(qualifier & fast
input)
6 (enc.)
2 (enc)
C
OPT-A8
A
6
1
OPT-A9
A
6
1
OPT-AE
C
3 DI encoder (wide
range)
2
(Enc.)
DO = Digital output
AO = ANALOG output
TI
Other
+10Vref
+24V/ EXT+24V
2
(NO/NC)
1
(NO/NC)
+ 1 NO
OPT-A7
DI = Digital input
AI = ANALOG input
RO
1
+5V/+15V/+24V
(progr.)
+15V/+24V (progr.)
+15V/+24V (progr.)
2 (mA/V),
incl. -10 to
+10V
(de-coupled
from GND)
2 (mA/V),
incl.
-10 to +10V
1 (mA/V)
(decoupled
from GND)
+10Vref (decoupled
from GND)
+24V/ EXT+24V
1 (mA/V)
+10ref (2,5 mm
terminals)
+24V/ EXT+24V
+15V/+24V (progr.)
TI = Thermistor input
RO = Relay output
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Descriptions of Option Boards
3-1.1
OPT-A1
Figure 3-1. Avtron OPT-A1 Option Board
Description:
Allowed slots:
Type ID:
Terminals:
Standard I/O board with digital inputs/outputs and ANALOG inputs/outputs
A
16689
Two terminal blocks (coded = mounting of blocks in wrong order prevented,
terminals #1 and #12); Screw terminals (M2.6)
Jumpers:
4; X1, X2, X3 and X6 (See Figure 3-2)
Board parameters: Yes (see Table 3-3)
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Descriptions of Option Boards
TABLE 3-2. OPT-A1 I/O TERMINALS (coded terminals grayed)
Terminal
Parameter Reference on
Keypad and ADDaptACC
1
2
+10 Vref
AI1+
3
AI1–
4
AI2+
5
AI2–
6
24 Vout (bidirectional)
7
GND
8
9
10
11
DIN1
DIN2
DIN3
CMA
12
13
24 Vout (bidirectional)
GND
14
15
16
17
DIN4
DIN5
DIN6
CMB
DigIN:A.4
DigIN:A.5
DigIN:A.6
18
19
AO1+
AO1–
AnOUT:A.1
20
DO1
DigOUT:A.1
Technical information
Reference output +10V; Maximum current 10 mA
Selection V or mA with jumper block X1 (see
page 3-4):
Default: 0– +10V (Ri = 200 kΩ)
(-10V..+10V Joy-stick control, selected with ajumper)
0– 20mA (Ri = 250 Ω)
Resolution 0.1%; Accuracy ±1%
Differential input if not connected to ground;
Allows ±20V differential mode voltage to GND
Selection V or mA with jumper block X2 (see
page 3-4):
Default: 0– 20mA (Ri = 250 Ω)
0– +10V (Ri = 200 kΩ)
(-10V..+10V Joy-stick control, selected with a jumper)
Resolution: 0.1%; Accuracy ±1%
Differential input if not connected to ground;
Allows ±20V differential mode voltage to GND
24V auxiliary voltage output. Short-circuit protected.
±15%, maximum current 150 mA, see 1.4.4
+24Vdc external supply may be connected.
Galvanically connected to terminal #12.
Ground for reference and controls
Galvanically connected to terminals #13,19.
Digital input 1 (Common CMA); Ri = min. 5kΩ
Digital input 2 (Common CMA); Ri = min. 5kΩ
Digital input 3 (Common CMA); Ri = min. 5kΩ
Digital input common A for DIN1, DIN2 and DIN3.
Connection by default to GND.
Selection with jumper block X3 (see page 3-4):
Same as terminal #6
Galvanically connected to terminal #6.
Same as terminal #7
Galvanically connected to terminals #7 and 19
Digital input 4 (Common CMB); Ri = min. 5kΩ
Digital input 5 (Common CMB); Ri = min. 5kΩ
Digital input 6 (Common CMB); Ri = min. 5kΩ
Digital input common B for DIN4, DIN5 and DIN6.
Connection by default to GND.
Selection with jumper block X3 (see page 3-4):
ANALOG output
Output signal range:
Current 0(4)–20mA, RL max 500Ω or
Voltage 0—10V, RL >1kΩ
Selection with jumper block X6 (see page 3-4):
Resolution: 0.1% (10 bits); Accuracy ±2%
Open collector output
Maximum Uin = 48VDC
Maximum current = 50 mA
An.IN:A.1
An.IN:A.2
DigIN:A.1
DigIN:A.2
DigIN:A.3
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Descriptions of Option Boards
Jumper Selections
There are four jumper blocks on the OPT-A1 board. The factory defaults and other available
jumper selections are presented below.
Figure 3-2. Jumper Block Selection on OPT-A1
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Descriptions of Option Boards
OPT-A1 Parameters
TABLE 3-3. OPT-A1 BOARD-RELATED PARAMETERS
Number
Parameter
Min
Max
Default
1
AI1 mode
1
5
3
2
AI2 mode
1
5
1
3
AO1 mode
1
4
1
3-5
Note
1 = 0 to 20mA
2 = 4 to 20mA
3 = 0 to 10V
4 = 2 to 10V
5 = -10 to +10V
1 = 0 to 20mA
2 = 4 to 20mA
3 = 0 to 10V
4 = 2 to 10V
5 = -10 to +10V
1 = 0 to 20mA
2 = 4 to 20mA
3 = 0 to 10V
4 = 2 to 10V
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Descriptions of Option Boards
3-1.2 OPT-A2
Description:
Allowed slots:
Type ID:
Terminals:
Jumpers:
Board parameters:
Standard ACCel500 frequency converter relay board with two relay outputs
B
16690
Two terminal blocks; Screw terminals (M3); No coding
None
None
TABLE 3-4. OPT-A2 I/O TERMINALS
Terminal
21
22
23
RO1/normal closed
RO1/common
RO1/normal open
24
25
26
RO2/normal closed
RO2/common
RO2/normal open
Parameter Reference on
Keypad and ADDaptACC
Technical information
DigOUT:B.1
Relay output 1 (NO/NC)
Switching capacity
24VDC/8A
250VAC/8A
125VDC/0.4A
Min. switching load
5V/10mA
DigOUT:B.2
Relay output 2 (NO/NC)
Switching capacity
24VDC/8A
250VAC/8A
125VDC/0.4A
Min. switching load
5V/10mA
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3-1.3 OPT-A3
Description:
Relay board with two relay outputs and one thermistor input for ACCel500
frequency converter
Allowed slots:
B
Type ID:
16691
Terminals:
Three terminal blocks; Screw terminals (M3); No coding.
Jumpers:
None
Board parameters: None
TABLE 3-5. OPT-A3 I/O TERMINALS
Terminal
21
22
23
RO1/normal closed
RO1/common
RO1/normal open
25
26
RO2/common
RO2/normal open
Parameter Reference on
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Technical information
Relay output 1 (NO/NC)
Switching capacity
DigOUT:B.1
Min. switching load
Relay output 2 (NO)
Switching capacity
DigOUT:B.2
Min. switching load
28
29
TI1+
TI1–
DigIN:B.1
24VDC/8A
250VAC/8A
125VDC/0.4A
5V/10mA
24VDC/8A
250VAC/8A
125VDC/0.4A
5V/10mA
Thermistor input; Rtrip = 4.7 kΩ (PTC)
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3-1.4 OPT-A4
Description:
Encoder board for ACCel500. Encoder input board with programmable
control voltage for an encoder
The encoder board OPT-A4 is for TTL type encoders (TTL, TTL(R))
providing input signal levels that meet the RS_422 interface standard.
Encoder inputs A, B and Z are not galvanically isolated. The OPT-A4 board
includes, too, the qualifier input ENC1Q (meant to trace the Z-pulse in
certain situations) and a special/fast digital input DIC4 (used to trace very
short pulses). These two inputs are used in special applications.
The TTL type encoders do not have an internal regulator and use therefore a
supply voltage of +5V±5% whereas the TTL(R) type encoders have an
internal regulator and the supply voltage can be e.g. +15V±10% (depending
on the encoder manufacturer).
Allowed slots:
C
Type ID:
16692
Terminals:
One terminal block; Screw terminals (M2.6); Coding in terminal #3.
Jumpers:
2; X4 and X5 (see page 26)
Board parameters: Yes (see Table 3-7)
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TABLE 3-6. OPT-A4 I/O TERMINALS (coded terminal grayed)
Terminal
1
2
3
DIC1A+
DIC1A–
DIC2B+
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
DIC2B–
DIC3Z+
DIC3Z–
ENC1Q
DIC4
GND
+5V/+15V/+24V
Parameter Reference on
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Technical information
Pulse input A
Pulse input B; phase shift of 90 degrees compared to Pulse
input A
Pulse input Z; one pulse per revolution
Reserved for future use
Reserved for future use
Ground for control and inputs ENC1Q and DIC4
Control voltage (auxiliary voltage) output to encoder;
Output voltage selectable with jumper X4. See chapter 1.4.4
Technical Data
Encoder control voltage, +5V/+15V/+24V
Encoder input connections,
inputs A+, A–, B+, B–, Z+, Z–
Control voltage selectable with jumper X4.
Max. input frequency ≤150kHz
Inputs A, B and Z are differential
Encoder inputs are RS-422 interface compatible
Max. load per encoder input Ilow = Ihigh ≈ 25mA
Qualifier input ENC1Q
Max. input frequency ≤10kHz
Min. pulse length 50µs
Digital input 24V; Ri>5kΩ
Digital input is single-ended; connected to GND
Fast digital input DIC1
Jumper Selections
There are two jumper blocks on the OPT-A4 board,. The jumper X2 is used to define the status
of the termination resistor (R=135Ω). The jumper X4 is used to program the control voltage
(auxiliary voltage). The factory default and other available jumper selections are presented
below.
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Encoder Connection – Differential
Figure 3-3. RS-422-type Encoder Connection using Differential Inputs
NOTE: The encoder pulses are handled by Avtron software as presented below:
OPT-A4 parameters
TABLE 3-7. OPT-A4 BOARD-RELATED PARAMETERS
Number
Parameter
Min
Max
Default
7.3.1.1 Pulse/revolution
1
65535
1024
7.3.1.2
Invert direction
0
1
0
7.3.1.3
Reading rate
0
4
1
3-10
Note
0 = No
1 = Yes
Time used to calculate speed actual value.
Note: Use value 1 in Closed Loop mode.
0 = No
1 = 1 ms
2 = 5 ms
3 = 10 ms
4 = 50 ms
Avtron ACCel500 Expander I/O and Adapter I/O Boards
Descriptions of Option Boards
3-1.5 OPT-A5
Description:
Encoder board for ACCel500. Encoder input board with programmable
control voltage for an encoder.
The OPT-A5 board is designed for HTL (High voltage Transistor Logic) type
encoders (voltage output type push-pull HTL, open collector output type
HTL) which provide input signal levels dependent on the supply voltage of
the encoder. The encoder inputs A, B and Z are galvanically isolated. The
OPT-A5 board also includes the qualifier input ENC1Q (meant to trace the
Z-pulse in certain situations) and a fast digital input DIC4 (used to trace very
short pulses). These two inputs are used in special applications.
The OPT-A5 is similar to the OPT-A4 in connections but the encoder inputs
A, B and Z have different signal levels (voltage level). The input levels for
A, B and Z of the OPT-A4 are compatible with RS-422 while those of the
OPT-A5 are more general wide range inputs. Inputs ENC1Q and DIC4 are
identical in both boards.
Allowed slots:
C
Type ID:
16693
Terminals:
One terminal block; Screw terminals (M2.6); Coding in terminal #3.
Jumpers:
4; X2, X4, X5, X6 (see Jumper Selections)
Board parameters: Yes (see Table 3-7)
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TABLE 3-8. OPT-A5 I/O TERMINALS (coded terminal grayed)
Terminal
1
2
3
DIC1A+
DIC1A–
DIC2B+
4
5
DIC2B–
DIC3Z+
6
7
8
9
10
DIC3Z–
ENC1Q
DIC4
GND
+15V/+24V
Parameter Reference on
Keypad and ADDaptACC
Technical information
Pulse input A (differential); Voltage range 10…24V
Pulse input B; phase shift of 90 degrees compared to Pulse input
A (differential); Voltage range 10…24V
Pulse input Z; one pulse per revolution (differential);
Voltage range 10…24V
Reserved for future use
Reserved for future use
Ground for control and inputs ENC1Q and DIC4
Control voltage (auxiliary voltage) output to encoder;
Output voltage selectable with jumper X4. See section 1-3.4.
NOTE: Encoder inputs are wide range inputs that can be used with encoders using +15V or +24V
Technical Data
Encoder control voltage, +15V/+24V
Encoder input connections,
inputs A+, A–, B+, B–, Z+, Z–
Qualifier input ENC1Q
Fast digital input DIC1
Control voltage selectable with jumper X4.
Max. input frequency ≤150kHz
Inputs A, B and Z are differential
Max. input frequency ≤10kHz
Min. pulse length 50µs
Digital input 24V; Ri>5kΩ
Digital input is single-ended; connected to GND
NOTE: A high pulse frequency combined with a great cable capacitance places a considerable
load on the encoder. Apply,therefore, as low a voltage as possible for the encoder supply, rather
lower than 24V. The manufacturer also recommends placing jumper X4 to position +15V, if
allowed in the voltage range specification of the encoder.
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Jumper Selections
On the OPT-A5 board, there are four jumper blocks; X4 is used to program the control voltage
(auxiliary voltage), X2, X5 and X6 are set according the voltage of the encoder. The factory
default and other available jumper selections are presented below.
Jumper blocks X2, X5 and X6:
When these jumpers are set to High (default and typically good for 24V encoders), it means that
when the voltage at the channel goes above 8V, it will acknowledge a new pulse.
When they are set to Low = 2.3 V, it means that when the voltage at the channel goes abov2.3V,
it will acknowledge a new pulse.
Usage: Closed Loop Vector Control. The OPT-A5 board is mainly used in conventional
industrial applications where encoder cable lengths are relatively long.
Encoder Connection – Single-Ended
Figure 3-4. HTL type Encoder Connection (Open Source) using Single-Ended Inputs
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NOTE: Grounding is to be connected only at the frequency converter to avoid circulating
current in the shield. Isolate shield at the encoder.
It is recommended to use double shielded cable for encoder connection.
Figure 3-5. HTL type Encoder Connection (Open Collector) using Single-Ended Inputs
NOTE: Grounding is to be connected only at the frequency converter to avoid circulating
current in the shield. Isolate shield at the encoder.
It is recommended to use double shielded cable for encoder connection.
Encoder Connection – Differential
Figure 3-6. HTL type encoder connection using differential inputs
OPT-A5 Parameters
See Table 3-7.
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3-1.6 OPT-A7
Description:
Duplicate encoder board for ACCel500. Encoder input board with programmable control voltage for the encoder.
The OPT-A7 board is designed for HTL (High voltage Transistor Logic)
type encoders (voltage output type push-pull HTL, open collector output
type HTL) which provide input signal levels dependent on the supply
voltage of the encoder. The encoder inputs A, B and Z are galvanically
isolated. The OPT-A7 board includes, too, the qualifier inputs ENC1Q and
ENC2Q meant to trace positions in positioning applications.
The board can be used as both Master and Slave device. The encoder input
signal is repeated on the board and carried to the next device through the
digital output.
Allowed slots:
C
Type ID: 1
6695
Terminals:
Two terminal blocks; Screw terminals (M2.6); Coding in terminals #3 and
#14.
Jumpers:
4; X4, X5, X15 and X16 (see Jumper Selections in section 3-1.5)
Board parameters: None
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TABLE 3-9. OPT-A7 I/O TERMINALS
Terminal
1
2
3
DIC1A+
DIC1A–
DIC2B+
4
5
DIC2B–
DIC3Z+
6
7
8
9
10
DIC3Z–
ENC1Q
ENC2Q
GND
+15V/+24V
11
12
13
DID1A+
DID1A–
DID2B+
14
15
DID2B–
DID3Z+
16
17
DID3Z–
DOD1A+
18
19
DOD1A–
DOD2B+
20
DOD2B–
Parameter Reference on
Keypad and ADDaptACC
Technical information
Pulse input A (differential); Voltage range 10…24V
Pulse input B; phase shift of 90 degrees compared to Pulse
input A (differential); Voltage range 10…24V
Pulse input Z; one pulse per revolution (differential);
Voltage range 10…24V
Qualifier input. Single-ended input with GND
Qualifier input. Single-ended input with GND
Ground for control and inputs ENC1Q and ENC2Q
Control voltage (auxiliary voltage) output to encoder;
Output voltage selectable with jumper X4.
Pulse input A (differential input), voltage range 10…24V
Pulse input B; 90 degrees phase shift compared to the pulse
input A (differential input), voltage range 10…24V
Pulse input Z; one pulse per revolution (differential input),
voltage range 10…24V
Pulse output A (differential), output voltage +24V. Pulse input
DIC1A or DID1A is internally repeated in the card and connected to the DOD1A output.
Pulse output B (differential), output voltage +24V. Pulse input
DIC2A or DID2A is internally repeated in the card and
connected to the DOD2A output.
NOTE:
Encoder inputs are wide range inputs that can be used with encoders using +15V or +24V.
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Technical Data
Encoder control voltage, +15V/+24V
Encoder input connections,
inputs A+, A–, B+, B–, Z+, Z–
Qualifier input ENC1Q
Fast digital input DIC1
Control voltage selectable with jumper X4.
Max. input frequency ≤150kHz
Inputs A, B and Z are differential
Max. input frequency ≤10kHz
Min. pulse length 50µs
Digital input 24V; Ri>5kΩ
Digital input is single-ended; connected to GND
NOTE: A high pulse frequency combined with a great cable capacitance places a considerable
load on the encoder. Apply therefore as low a voltage as possible for the encoder supply, rather
lower than 24V. The manufacturer also recommends placing jumper X4 to position +15V, if
allowed in the voltage range specification of the encoder.
Jumper Selections
On the OPT-A7 board, there are four jumper blocks. Jumper X4 is used to program the control
voltage (auxiliary voltage). The setting of jumper X5 defines the encoder channel (DIC/DID)
used to carry the signal to the repeater. The setting of jumpers X15 and X16 is changed
according to whether the board is used as a Master or Slave device. The factory default and
other available jumper selections are presented below.
Usage: Closed Loop Vector Control, positioning applications. The OPT-A7 encoder board is
mainly used in demanding system applications, e.g. when measuring the motor speed with two
encoders.
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Encoder Connection
The figures below present examples of a chain connection of several OPT-A7 boards
(Figure 3-7) and a connection of two encoders to the OPT-A7 option board (Figure 3-8).
Figure3-7. Connection of Encoder and Three OPT-A7 Boards
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Figure 3-8. Connection of two encoders to OPT-A7 board
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3-1.7 OPT-A8
Description:
ACCel500 basic I/O board similar to OPT-A1 except that the ANALOG
inputs and output are galvanically isolated.
Allowed slots:
A
Type ID:
16696
Terminals:
Two terminal blocks; Screw terminals (M2.6); Coding in terminals #1 and
#12.
Jumpers:
4; X1, X2, X3 and X6 (see Table 3-11)
Board parameters: Yes (see Table 3-12)
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TABLE 3-10. OPT-A8 I/O TERMINALS (CODED TERMINALS GRAYED)
Terminal
1
+10 Vref
2
AI1+
3
AI1–
(GND ISOL)
AI2+
4
5
6
Parameter Reference on
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An.IN:A.1
An.IN:A.2
AI2–
(GND ISOL)
24 Vout
(bidirectional
7
GND
8
9
10
11
DIN1
DIN2
DIN3
CMA
12
13
24 Vout
(bidirectional
GND
14
15
16
17
DIN4
DIN5
DIN6
CMB
DigIN:A.4
DigIN:A.5
DigIN:A.6
18
AO1+
AnOUT:A.1
19
20
AO1–
DO1
DigOUT:A.1
DigIN:A.1
DigIN:A.2
DigIN:A.3
Technical information
Refer.output +10V; Max. current 10mA; Decoupled from
FC GND
Selection V or mA with jumper block X1:
Default: 0– +10V (Ri = 200 kΩ)
(-10V…..+10V Joy-stick control, selected with a jumper)
0– 20mA (Ri = 250 Ω)
Resolution 0.1%; Accuracy ±1%
GND ISOL/Voltage input;
Connected to GND ISOL (selected with jumper)
Selection V or mA with jumper block X2):
Default: 0– 20mA (Ri = 250 Ω)
0– +10V (Ri = 200 kΩ)
(-10V…..+10V Joy-stick control, selected with a jumper)
Resolution: 0.1%; Accuracy ±1%
GND ISOL/Voltage input;
Connected to GND ISOL (selected with jumper)
24V auxiliary voltage output. Short-circuit protected.
±15%, maximum current 150 mA, see 1.4.4
+24Vdc external supply may be connected.
Galvanically connected to terminal #12.
Ground for reference and controls
Galvanically connected to terminal #13.
Digital input 1 (Common CMA); Ri = min. 5kΩ
Digital input 2 (Common CMA); Ri = min. 5kΩ
Digital input 3 (Common CMA); Ri = min. 5kΩ
Digital input common A for DIN1, DIN2 and DIN3.
Connection by default to GND.
Selection with jumper block X3 (see page 39):
Same as terminal #6
Galvanically connected to terminal #6.
Same as terminal #7
Galvanically connected to terminals #7
Digital input 4 (Common CMB); Ri = min. 5kΩ
Digital input 5 (Common CMB); Ri = min. 5kΩ
Digital input 6 (Common CMB); Ri = min. 5kΩ
Digital input common A for DIN4, DIN5 and DIN6.
Connection by default to GND.
Selection with jumper block X3
ANALOG output
Output signal range:
Current 0(4)–20mA, RL max 500Ω or
Voltage 0—10V, RL >1kΩ
Selection with jumper block X6 (see page 39):
Resolution: 0.1% (10 bits); Accuracy ±2%;
Open collector output; Max. Uin = 48VDC;
Max. current = 50 mA
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Jumper Selections
There are four jumper blocks on the OPT-A8 board. The factory defaults and other available
jumper selections are presented below.
TABLE 3-11. JUMPER POSITIONS FOR OPT-A8
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OPT-A8 Parameters
TABLE 3-12. OPT-A8 BOARD-RELATED PARAMETERS
Number
Parameter
Min
Max
Default
1
AI1 mode
1
5
3
2
AI2 mode
1
5
1
3
AO1 mode
1
4
1
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Note
1 = 0 to 20mA
2 = 4 to 20mA
3 = 0 to 10V
4 = 2 to 10V
5 = -10 to +10V
1 = 0 to 20mA
2 = 4 to 20mA
3 = 0 to 10V
4 = 2 to 10V
5 = -10 to +10V
1 = 0 to 20mA
2 = 4 to 20mA
3 = 0 to 10V
4 = 2 to 10V
Avtron ACCel500 Expander I/O and Adapter I/O Boards
Descriptions of Option Boards
3-1.8 OPT-A9
Description:
ACCel500 basic I/O board similar to the OPT-A1 except that the I/O
terminals are bigger (for 2.5mm2 wires; M3 screws).
Allowed slots:
A
Type ID:
16697
Terminals:
Two terminal blocks; Screw terminals (M3); Coding in terminals #1 and #12.
Jumpers:
4; X1, X2, X3 and X6 (see Figure 3-2)
Board parameters: Yes (see Table 3-3)
I/O terminals on OPT-A9
See Table 3-2.
Jumper Selections
See Figure 3-2.
OPT-A9 Parameters
See Table 3-3.
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3-1.9 OPT-AE
Description:
Encoder board for ACCel500. Encoder input board with programmable
control voltage for an encoder.
The OPT-AE board is designed for HTL (High voltage Transistor Logic)
type encoders (voltage output type push-pull HTL, open collector output type
HTL) which provide input signal levels dependent on the supply voltage of
the encoder. The encoder inputs A, B and Z are galvanically isolated.
In addition, the board includes an Encoder Direction Signal and an Encoder
Pulse Output Signal. The Encoder Direction Signal value ‘1’ indicates a
backward motor direction and ‘0’ a forward motor direction. The Encoder
Pulse Output signal is produced from The Encoder input signals (channel A)
divided by the divider parameter (see Table 3-13).
Allowed slots:
C
Type ID:
16709
Terminals:
One terminal block; Screw terminals (M2.6); Coding in terminal #3.
Jumpers:
1; X4
Board parameters: Yes
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TABLE 3-13. OPT-AE I/O TERMINALS (CODED TERMINAL GRAYED)
Terminal
1
2
3
DIC1A+
DIC1A–
DIC2B+
4
5
DIC2B–
DIC3Z+
6
7
DIC3Z–
DO1
8
DO2
9
10
GND
+15V/+24V
Parameter
Reference on
Keypad and
ADDaptACC
Technical information
Pulse input A (differential); Voltage range 10 to 24V
Pulse input B; phase shift of 90 degrees compared to Pulse input A
(differential); Voltage range 10 to 24V
Pulse input Z; one pulse per revolution (differential);
Voltage range 10 to 24V
Encoder divider output. Encoder input signals are divided by divider
parameter (see Table 3-14).
Encoder direction output. The signal value ‘1’ means that the motor
direction is backward and ‘0’ is forward.
Ground for control
Control voltage (auxiliary voltage) output to encoder;
Output voltage selectable with jumper X4.
Note: Encoder inputs are wide range inputs that can be used with encoders using +15V or +24V.
Technical Data
Encoder control voltage, +15V/+24V
Encoder input connections,
inputs A+, A–, B+, B–, Z+, Z–
Encoder divider output DO1,
Encoder direction output DO2
Control voltage selectable with jumper X4.
Max. input frequency ≤150kHz
Inputs A, B and Z are differential
Max.load voltage
60VDC
Max. load current
50mA
Max. output frequency
≤300kHz
Jumper Selections
On the OPT-AE board, there is one jumper block used to program the control voltage (auxiliary
voltage). The factory default and other available jumper selections are presented below.
Usage: Closed Loop Vector Control. The OPT-AE board is mainly used in conventional
industrial applications where encoder cable lengths are relatively long.
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Encoder Connection - Single-Ended
Figure 3-9. HTL-Type Encoder Connection (Open Source) Using Single-Ended Inputs
NOTE: Grounding is to be connected only at the frequency converter to avoid circulating
current in the shield. Isolate shield at the encoder.
It is recommended to use double shielded cable for encoder connection.
Figure 3-10. HTL-Type Encoder Connection (Open Collector Using Single-Ended Inputs)
NOTE: Grounding is to be connected only at the frequency converter to avoid circulating
current in the shield. Isolate shield at the encoder.
It is recommended to use double shielded cable for encoder connection.
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Encoder Connection – Differential
Figure 3-11. HTL-Type Encoder Connection Using Differential Inputs
OPT-AE Parameters
TABLE 3-14. OPT-AE BOARD-RELATED PARAMETERS
Number
Parameter
Min
Max
Default
7.3.1.1
Pulse/revolution
1
65535
1024
7.3.1.2
Invert direction
0
1
0
7.3.1.3
Reading rate
0
4
1
7.3.1.4
Divider Value
1
2048
64
7.3.1.5
Hysteresis for
Direction Out
0
511
8
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Note
0 = No
1 = Yes
Time used to calculate speed actual
value. Note: Use value 1 in Closed Loop
mode.
0 = No calculation
1 = 1 ms
2 = 5 ms
3 = 10 ms
4 = 50 ms
Input pulses / Divider = Divider Output
Number of pulses before direction signal
change state
Avtron ACCel500 Expander I/O and Adapter I/O Boards
Descriptions of Option Boards
3-1.10 OPT-AL
Description:
Allowed slots: A
Type ID: 16716
Terminals:
Dual I/O expander board with six 42…240 VAC digital inputs, 2 analog
inputs, two analog output, one digital output and 15 and 24 V out.
Two terminal blocks; Screw terminals (M2.6, 1,5 mm2 wire terminals 1 – 10;
M3, 2.5 mm2 wire terminals 11-18); No coding
Jumpers: None
Board parameters: None
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TABLE 3-15. I/O TERMINALS ON OPT-AL
Terminal Parameter reference
Terminal
Parameter Reference on
Keypad and ADDaptACC
1
2
3
4
+15 V
+15 V
AI1
AI2
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
GND
AO1+
AO2+
DO1
GND
+ 24 V
ACIN1
12
ACIN2
DigIN:X.2
13
ACIN3
DigIN:X.3
14
ACIN4
DigIN:X.4
15
ACIN5
DigIN:X.5
16
ACIN6
DigIN:X.6
17
18
COMMON
An.IN:A.1
An.IN:A.2
AnOUT:A.1
AnOUT:A.2
DigIN:X.1
Technical information
15 V out – together with terminal 2 max 200 mA
15 V out
Analog input 0 – 10 V
Analog input ± 10 V
Ground for analog signals
Analog output 0 (4) – 20 mA
Analog output 0 – 10 V
Open collector digital output , 48 V, 50 mA allowed
Ground for analog signals
24 V out – max 200 mA
Digital input, 42…240 VAC (threshold 35V)
Control voltage: "0"<33V, "1">35V
Digital input, 42…240 VAC (threshold 35V)
Control voltage: "0"<33V, "1">35V
Digital input, 42…240 VAC (threshold 35V)
Control voltage: "0"<33V, "1">35V
Digital input, 42…240 VAC (threshold 35V)
Control voltage: "0"<33V, "1">35V
Digital input, 42…240 VAC (threshold 35V)
Control voltage: "0"<33V, "1">35V
Digital input, 42…240 VAC (threshold 35V)
Control voltage: "0"<33V, "1">35V
Common input for DI1 - 6
Technical information
Note: Digital input 6 can be programmed for other uses but it is also hardwired to function as a
Global Stop input that directly inhibits the working of the ASIC modulator and thus stops the
drive.
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I/O Expander Boards OPT-B_
• Option boards used for I/O expansion
• This board type can normally be plugged into slots B, C, D or E.
The number of control inputs and outputs on your Avtron frequency converter can be increased
with the I/O Expander boards. This kind of boards can usually be placed in any board slot inside
the frequency converter control unit except for slot A.
There are no board-related parameters for OPT-B_ I/O expander boards (except for board
OPT-BB).
The boards you wish to have installed in your frequency converter have to be defined in the type
designation code of the frequency converter when ordering it from the factory.
TABLE 3-15. ACCEL500 I/O EXPANDER BOARDS AND THEIR EQUIPMENT
I/O
Board
Allowed
Slots
DI
OPT-B1
B,C,D,E
(6)
OPT-B2
B,C,D,E
OPT-B4
B,C,D,E
OPT-B5
B,C,D,E
OPT-B8
B,C,D,E
OPT-B9
B,C,D,E
AI
TI
AO
RO
Pt-100
42-240
VAC
Input
Other
(6)
1
1
(isolated)
(mA)
2
2
(isolated)
(mA)
+24V/
EXT+24V
3
3
1
2
(enc)
Pt-100 = Sensor input for Pt-100
AO = ANALOG output
RO = Relay output
OPT-BB
DO
C
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3-2.1 OPT-B1
Description:
Allowed slots:
Type ID:
Terminals:
Jumpers:
Board parameters:
ACCel500 I/O expander board with six bidirectional terminals.
B, C, D, E
16945
One terminal block; Screw terminals (M2.6); No coding
2; X2 and X4 (see Figure 3-12)
None
TABLE 3-16. OPT-B1 I/O TERMINALS
Terminal
1
DIO1
2
DIO2
3
DIO3
4
CMA
5
DIO4
6
DIO5
7
DIO6
8
9
10
CMB
GND
+24V
Parameter Reference on
Keypad and ADDaptACC
DigIN: X.1
DigOUT: X.1
DigIN: X.2
DigOUT: X.2
DigIN: X.3
DigOUT: X.3
Technical information
Digital input: 24V; Ri>5kΩ
Digital output: Open collector, 50mA/48V
See above.
See above.
Common for DIO1…DIO3.
Note: CMA is internally connected to GND with jumper by default.
DigIN: X.4
DigOUT: X.4
DigIN: X.5
DigOUT: X.5
DigIN: X.6
DigOUT: X.6
Digital input: 24V; Ri>5kΩ
Digital output: Open collector, 50mA/48V
See above.
See above.
Common for DIO4…DIO6
I/O ground; Ground for reference and controls.
Control voltage output; Voltage for switches etc.;
max. current 150mA; Short-circuit protected.
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Jumper Selections
On the OPT-B1 board, there are two jumper blocks. The jumper block X2 is used to define the
bidirectional terminal as either input or output. The other jumper block, X4, is used to connect
the common terminals to GND. The factory default and other available jumper selections are
presented below.
Figure 3-12. Jumper Positions for OPT-B1
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3-2.2 OPT-B2
Description:
Allowed slots:
Type ID:
Terminals:
Jumpers:
Board parameters:
ACCel500 I/O expander board with a thermistor input and two relay outputs.
B, C, D, E
16946
Three terminal blocks; Screw terminals (M3); No coding
None
None
TABLE 3-17. OPT-B2 I/O TERMINALS
Terminal
21
22
23
RO1/normal closed
RO1/common
RO1/normal open
Parameter Reference on
Keypad and ADDaptACC
Technical information
Switching capacity
DigOUT:X.1
24VDC/8A
250VAC/8A
125VDC/0.4A
Min. switching load
5V/10mA
OPT-B2
Switching capacity
25
26
RO2/common
RO2/normal open
28
29
TI1+
TI1–
DigOUT:X.2
DigIN:X.1
24VDC/8A
250VAC/8A
125VDC/0.4A
Min. switching load 5V/10mA
Thermistor input (galvanically isolated)
Rtrip = 4.7kΩ
NOTE: This expander board can be placed into four different slots on the control board.
Therefore, the 'X' given in the Parameter reference shall be replaced by the slot letter (B, C, D, or
E) depending on the slot which the expander board is plugged into. See section 1-7.
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3-2.3 OPT-B4
Description:
ACCel500 I/O expander board with one galvanically isolated ANALOG
input and two galvanically isolated ANALOG outputs (standard signals 0(4)
to 20mA).
Allowed slots:
B, C, D, E
Type ID:
16948
Terminals:
One terminal block; Screw terminals (M2.6); No coding
Jumpers:
None
Board parameters: None
TABLE 3-18. OPT-B4 I/O TERMINALS
Terminal
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
AI1+
AI1–
AO1+
AO1–
AO2+
AO2–
GND
GND
GND
+24V
Parameter
Reference on
Keypad and
ADDaptACC
AnIN:X.1
AnOUT:X.1
AnOUT:X.2
Technical information
0(4) to 20mA; Ri=250Ω; galvanically isolated
Resolution 10 bits/0.1%; Accuracy ±1% of the full display
0(4) to 20mA; RL<500Ω; Resolution 10 bits/0.1%;
Accuracy ≤ ±2% (galvanically isolated)
0(4) to 20mA; RL<500Ω; Resolution 10 bits/0.1%;
Accuracy ≤ ±2% (galvanically isolated)
24V (±15%); Max. load 250mA (total load from EXT+24V outputs), max.
150mA from one board. See Figure 1-2.
24V (±15%), in special applications where PLC type functions are included in
the control module, this input can be used as external auxiliary power supply for
control boards as well as for I/O boards.
NOTE: This expander board can be placed into four different slots on the control board.
Therefore, the 'X' given in the Parameter reference shall be replaced by the slot letter (B, C, D, or
E) depending on the slot which the expander board is plugged into. See section 1-6.
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3-2.4 OPT-B5
Description:
Allowed slots:
Type ID:
Terminals:
Jumpers:
Board parameters:
I/O expander board with three relay outputs.
B, C, D, E
16949
Three terminal blocks; Screw terminals (M3); No coding
None
None
TABLE 3-19. OPT-B5 I/O TERMINALS
Terminal
Parameter reference
Keypad/NCDrive
Technical information
Switching capacity
22
23
RO1/common
RO1/normal open
DigOUT:X.1
25
26
RO2/common
RO2/normal open
DigOUT:X.2
28
29
RO3/common
RO3/normal open
DigOUT:X.3
Min. switching load
Switching capacity
Min. switching load
Switching capacity
Min. switching load
24VDC/8A
250VAC/8A
125VDC/0.4A
5V/10mA
24VDC/8A
250VAC/8A
125VDC/0.4A
5V/10mA
24VDC/8A
250VAC/8A
125VDC/0.4A
5V/10mA
NOTE: This expander board can be placed into four different slots on the control board.
Therefore, the 'X' given in the Parameter reference shall be replaced by the slot letter (B, C, D, or
E) depending on the slot which the expander board is plugged into. See section 1-6.
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3-2.5 OPT-B8
Description:
Temperature measuring board with three Pt-100 sensor (3-wire) inputs. The
measurable temperature range is –30 to 200 Cº on Pt-100 input. Both 3-wire
and 2-wire elements can be used.
Allowed slots:
B, C, D, E
Type ID:
16952
Terminals:
One terminal block; Screw terminals (M2.6); No coding
Jumpers:
X2
Board parameters: None
TABLE 3-20. OPT-B8 I/O TERMINALS
Terminal
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
R1 +
Rm1
R1 R2 +
Rm2
R2R3 +
Rm3
R3 NC
Parameter Reference on
Keypad and ADDaptACC
AnIN:X.1
Technical information
AnIN:X.2
PT100 Input, -30 to 200 °C, one sensor.
Accuracy < 1°C.
Sensor current 10 mA.
AnIN:X.3
PT100 Input, -30 to 200 °C 1 - 3 sensors (see X2 jumper
selections). Accuracy < 1°C. Sensor current 10 mA.
PT100 Input, -30 to 200 °C, one sensor.
Accuracy < 1°C.
Sensor current 10 mA.
Not connected
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Connection of PT100 Sensors
One PT100-sensor can be connected to the first two inputs (terminals 1 to 3 and 4 to 6) and up to
three sensors to the third input (terminals 7 to 9). The sensors must be connected in series with a
two- or three-wire connection. See selections below.
NOTE:
• This expander board can be placed into four different slots on the control board. Therefore,
the 'X' given in the Parameter reference shall be replaced by the slot letter (B, C, D, or E)
depending on the slot which the expander board is plugged into. See section 1-6.
• Insulation level 4kV/sqrt(2) (DIN VDE 01 10-1). 2kV in sensor and 2kV in option board.
Jumper Selections
Up to three PT100 sensors can be connected to the third PT100 input. You can select the number
of sensors in use with jumper block X2:
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3-2.6 OPT-B9
Description:
I/O expander board with five 42…240 VAC digital inputs and one normal
relay output.
Allowed slots:
B, C, D, E
Type ID:
16953
Terminals:
One terminal block; Screw terminals (M2.6); No coding
Jumpers:
None
Board parameters: None
TABLE 3-21. OPT-B9 I/O TERMINALS
Terminal
Parameter Reference on
Keypad and ADDaptACC
1
ACIN1
DigIN:X.1
2
ACIN2
DigIN:X.2
3
ACIN3
DigIN:X.3
4
ACIN4
DigIN:X.4
5
ACIN5
DigIN:X.5
6
COMA
7
8
RO1/common
RO1/normal open
Technical information
Digital input, 42 to 240 VAC (threshold 35V)
Control voltage: "0"<33V, "1">35V
Digital input, 42 to 240 VAC (threshold 35V)
Control voltage: "0"<33V, "1">35V
Digital input, 42 to 240 VAC (threshold 35V)
Control voltage: "0"<33V, "1">35V
Digital input, 42 to 240 VAC (threshold 35V)
Control voltage: "0"<33V, "1">35V
Digital input, 42 to 240 VAC (threshold 35V)
Control voltage: "0"<33V, "1">35V
Digital input, 42 to 240 VAC (threshold 35V)
Control voltage: "0"<33V, "1">35V
Switching capacity 24VDC/8A
250VAC/8A
125VDC/0.4A
DigOUT:X.1
NOTE: This expander board can be placed into four different slots on the control board.
Therefore, the 'X' given in the Parameter reference shall be replaced by the slot letter (B, C, D, or
E) depending on the slot which the expander board is plugged into. See section 1-6.
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3-2.7 OPT-BB
Description:
Absolute encoder board for ACCel500 with inputs for an Endat type encoder.
Programmable control voltage, fast digital inputs and simulation pulse
output.
The output pulse is produced from sinusoidal input signals.
The galvanically isolated fast digital inputs are used to trace very short
pulses.
Allowed slots:
C
Type ID:
16962 (main board), 16963 (secondary board). The secondary board is
mounted on top of the main board
Terminals:
Two terminal blocks; Screw terminals (M2.6); No coding
Jumpers:
1; X11
Board parameters: Yes
An absolute encoder is a type of encoder capable of specifying its absolute position. The position
data is retained even during a power failure or breakdown. The position data carried by the
absolute encoder can be used by the frequency converter motor control in the control of a
synchronous motor.
Encoder cable
Heidenhain cable;
Max. length 100m
Encoder voltage
5V, 12V or 15V
Max. current consumption 300mA
Measuring steps/revolution
Distinguishable revolutions
Signal periods/revolution
4.2 billion (max. 32-bit)
0—65535 (max. 16-bit)
1—65535
ENDAT is a bidirectional synchronic serial interface for absolute encoders. For example, the
encoder position data can be read and encoder parameters can be set via the ENDAT connection.
It also forwards the messages related to the encoder functions.
All Endat connections are available in terminal X6. The board uses Endat version 2.
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I/O Terminals on OPT-BB, Encoder Terminal X6
TABLE 3-22. I/O TERMINALS ON OPT-BB, TERMINAL X6
Terminal
1
DATA+
Heidenheim
Color Code
Grey
2
3
DATA–
CLOCK+
Pink
Violet
4
5
CLOCK–
A+
Yellow
Green/black
Technical Data
Data line 120Ω/RS-485
Clock line 120Ω/RS-485
(200—400kHz)
1Vpp (±0,5V); impedance 120Ω; Max. input 350 kHz
6
7
A–
B+
Yellow/black
Blue/black
1Vpp (±0,5V); impedance 120Ω; Max. input 350 kHz
8
9
B–
GND
Red/black
White/green
10
Encoder voltage
Brown/green
Input ground
Selectable encoder voltages: 5V, 12V and 15V
Max. current consumption 300mA
IO Terminals on OPT-BB Terminal X7
TABLE 3-23. I/O TERMINALS ON OPT-BB, TERMINAL X7
1
Terminal
SimA+
2
3
SimA–
SimB+
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
SimB–
Not used
Not used
FDIN1
CMA
FDIN2
CMB
Technical Data
Incremental pulse output A (differential), 0°
(square wave, signal level RS-422);
Impedance 120Ω; Input hysteresis ±5mV
Incremental pulse output B (differential), 0°
(square wave, signal level RS-422);
Impedance 120Ω; Input hysteresis ±5mV
Fast digital input 1; HTL; Min. pulse length 50µs
Common FDIN1
Fast digital input 2; HTL; Min. pulse length 50µs
Common FDIN2
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Jumper Selections
On the OPT-BB board, there is one jumper block used to program the control voltage (auxiliary
voltage). The factory default and other available jumper selections are presented below.
TABLE 3-24. OPT-BB BOARD PARAMETERS
Code
Parameter
Min
Max
Default
7.3.1.1
Reverse
0
1
0
7.3.1.2
Reading rate
0
4
1
7.3.1.3
Interpolation
0
1
0
Selections
0=No
1=Yes
0=Not
used
1=1 ms
2=5 ms
3=10 ms
4=50 ms
0=No
1=Yes
Description
Manually selectable rotation direction
Incremental pulse reading rate.
Note: Use value 1 in Closed Loop mode.
If activated, the sinusoidal incremental pulses are
used to calculate the polar angle in order to
optimize the encoder accuracy
TABLE 3-25. OPT-BB BOARD MONITORING VALUES
Code
7.3.2.1
7.3.2.2
7.3.2.3
7.3.2.4
7.3.2.5
7.3.2.6
7.3.2.7
Monitored Value
Reverse
Encoder speed
Encoder position
Encoder revolution
Encoder fault
Encoder warning
Encoder messages
Unit
Hz
rpm
-
Description
Motor speed in Hz calculated from encoder pulses
Motor speed in rpm calculated from encoder pulses
Absolute position of encoder read from Endat
Number of messages between encoder and NXOPTBB
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TABLE 3-26. OPT-BB BOARD INFORMATION PAGES
Code
Information
7.3.3.1
Encoder type
7.3.3.2
7.3.3.3
7.3.3.4
Pulses/Revolution
Position bits
Revolution bits
Unit
bit
bit
Description
0 = No encoder connected
1—4 = Incremental linear encoder
5 = Linear absolute encoder
6 = Unknown
7 = Linear absolute encoder
8 = Unknown
9—12 = Rotational incremental/angular encoder
13 = Absolute encoder (single turn)
14 = Unknown
16 = Unknown
Sinusoidal pulses/revolution
Accurate position 1—1024 (10bit = 210 = 1024)
Accurate number of revolutions 1—1024 (10bit = 210 = 1024)
OPT-BB Option Board Status LEDs
Yellow LED
LED State
OFF
ON
Meaning
Option board not activated
Option board in initialization state waiting for activation command from the frequency
converter
Blinking fast
(once/sec)
Option board is activated and in RUN state
• Option board is ready for external communication
Blinking slow
(once/5 s)
Option board is activated and in FAULT state
• Internal fault of option board
Green LED
LED State
OFF
ON
Meaning
Option board not activated
Encoder is being initialized
Option board is reading encoder parameters
Blinking fast
(once/s)
Encoder detected by option board
Option board receives data from encoder
Blinking slow
(once/5 s)
Encoder detected by option board
Option board cannot read encoder data or data is invalid (CRC error, broken cable etc.)
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3-3
ADAPTER BOARDS OPT-D_
The adapter boards do not provide any additional I/O but are used to connect the frequency
converter to an Avtron communication bus (System Bus, SPI, CAN). Note that if you use any of
the major fieldbuses (Profibus, Modbus etc.) for communication, you will need a corresponding
fieldbus board. For more information, see the specific fieldbus board manual.
NOTE: In order to avoid incompatibility problems, do not plug two adapter boards into the same
control board.
TABLE 3-27. ACCEL500 ADAPTER BOARDS
I/O board
Allowed slots
Description
OPT-D1
D,E
System Bus adapter board
OPT-D2
(B,)D,E
System Bus adapter board with interface to fast monitoring bus
OPT-D3
D,E
RS-232 adapter board
OPT-D6
B,D,E
Monitor Bus adapter board for ACCel500
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3-3.1 OPT-D1
Description:
Allowed slots:
Type ID:
Terminals:
System Bus adapter board for ACCel500
D, E
17457
Double optical input and output terminals. Agilent HFBR-1528 (Receiver),
HFBR-2528 (Transmitter).
Jumpers:
None
Board parameters: None
TABLE 3-28. OPT-D1 I/O TERMINALS
1
Terminal
H1
2
H2
3
H3
4
H4
Technical Information
System Bus optical input 1 (RX1)
Use 1-mm optical cable (e.g. Agilent HFBRRUS500 & HFBR-4531/4532/ 4533 connectors)
System Bus optical input 2 (RX2)
Use 1-mm optical cable (e.g. Agilent HFBRRUS500 & HFBR-4531/4532/4533 connectors)
System Bus optical output 1 (TX1)
Use 1-mm optical cable (e.g. Agilent HFBRRUS500)
System Bus optical output 2 (TX2)
Use 1-mm optical cable (e.g. Agilent HFBRRUS500)
NOTE: The terminals of the board are protected with a rubber pin. Be sure to leave the pin in
the unused terminals in order to avoid disturbances.
Use Avtron P/N A33242-_xx (where _xx is cable length in meters) fiber optic cable for
interconnection between drives.
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Connections between Frequency Converters with OPT-D1
Basic connection:
Connect output 1 of Device 1 to input 2 of Device 2 and input of Device 1 to output 2 of
Device 2. Note that, in the end devices, one terminal pair remains unused. See Figure 3-13
below.
TABLE 3-29. MAX COMMUNICATION SPEED – OPT-D1
Max.
Number of Devices
In Line
3
6
12
24
Max.
Speed Achieved
[Mbit/s]
12
6
3
1.5
Figure 3-13. Basic Connection of Frequency Converters with OPT-D1
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3-3.2 OPT-D2
Description:
System Bus adapter board for ACCel500 with single optical input and
output; Interface to fast monitor bus used by the ADDaptACC tool.
Allowed slots:
(B,)D, E. NOTE: If only the Monitor Bus (terminals 21 to 23) will be used,
the board can also be placed in slot B. The System Bus is then unavailable.
Therefore, remove jumpers X5 and X6. See Figure 3-14.
Type ID:
17458
Terminals:
Single optical input and output; one screw terminal block (M3), Agilent
HFBR-1528 (Receiver), HFBR-2528 (Transmitter).
Jumpers:
4; X3, X4, X5 and X6. See Figure 3-14.
Board parameters: None
TABLE 3-30. OPT-D2 I/O TERMINALS
Terminal
1
H1
2
H2
21
22
23
CAN_L
CAN_H
CAN_SHIELD
Technical Information
System Bus optical input 1 (RX1)
Use 1-mm optical cable (e.g. Agilent HFBR-RUS500
& HFBR-4531/4532/ 4533 connectors)
NOTE: Not available if the board is placed in slot B
System Bus optical output 1/2 (TX1/TX2);
Selected with jumper X5
Use 1-mm optical cable (e.g. Agilent HFBR-RUS500
& HFBR-4531/4532/4533 connectors)
NOTE: Not available if the board is placed in slot B
Monitor Bus negative data
Monitor Bus positive data
Monitor Bus shield
Use Avtron P/N A33242-_xx (where _xx is cable length in meters) fiber optic cable for
interconnection between drives.
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Jumper Selections
There are four jumper blocks on the OPT-D2 board. The factory defaults and other available
jumper selections are presented below.
Figure 3-14. Jumper Selections for OPT-D2
Connections Between Frequency Converters with OPT-D2
Special Connection
In this connection example, the leftmost device is the Master and the others are slaves. The
Master can send and receive data from the slaves. The slaves cannot communicate with each
other. Changing of masters is not possible; the first device is always the Master.
The OPT-D2 board in the Master has the default jumper selections, i.e. X6:1-2, X5:1-2. The
jumper positions have to be changed for the slaves: X6: 1-2, X5:2-3.
TABLE 3-31. MAX COMMUNICATION SPEED – OPT-D2
Max.
Number of Devices
In Line
3
6
12
24
Max.
Speed Achieved
[Mbit/S]
12
6
3
1.5
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Descriptions of Option Boards
MASTER
SLAVE 1
SLAVE 2
SLAVE ##
Figure 3-15. Connection Example of Frequency Converters with OPT-D2
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3-3.3 OPT-D3
Description:
RS-232 adapter board. Galvanically decoupled. Used mainly for application
engineering to connect another keypad.
Allowed slots:
D, E.
Type ID:
17459
Terminals:
9-pin female sub-D-connector
Jumpers:
1; X3)
Board parameters: None
TABLE 3-32. OPT-D3 I/O TERMINALS
Terminal
1
2 TxD
3 RxD
4
5 GND
6 +9V
7
8
9
Technical Information
Transmit data
Receive data
Ground isolated
+9V isolated
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Jumper Selections
There is one jumper block on the OPT-D3 board. The factory defaults and other available jumper
selections are presented below:
OPT-D3 Option Board Status LEDs
LED
Green (LED 1)
Red (LED 2)
Meaning
Receiving data
Transmitting data
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3-3.4 OPT-D6
Description:
Monitor Bus adapter board for ACCel500. Interface to fast monitor bus used
by the ADDaptACC tool.
Allowed slots:
B, D, E.
Type ID:
17462
Terminals:
One screw terminal block (M3)
Jumpers:
2; X3, X4.
Board parameters: None
TABLE 3-33. OPT-D6 I/O TERMINALS
Terminal
21 CAN_L
22 CAN_H
23 CAN_GND
Technical information
Monitor Bus negative data
Monitor Bus positive data
Monitor Bus ground
Jumper Selections
There are two jumper blocks on the OPT-D6 board. The factory defaults and other available
jumper selections are presented below:
Figure 3-16. Jumper Selections for OPT-D6
3-52
Slots
Allowed6
16691
16692
16693
B
C
C
OPT-A3
4
OPT-A54
4-1
16696
16697
16709
16716
A
A
A
A
OPT-A8
OPT-A93
OPT-AE4
OPT-AL
16946
BCDE
BCDE
BCDE
BCDE
BCDE
C
OPT-B 2
OPT-B4
OPT-B5
OPT-B8
OPT-B9
OPT-BB
16962
16963
16953
16952
16949
16948
16945
BCDE
OPT-B1
I/O expander boards
OPT-B_
16695
C
OPT-A7
OPT-A4
16689
16690
A
B
ID
OPT-A1
OPT-A2
Basic boards
OPT-A_
Board
type
65
6
6
6
DI
65
1
2
1
1
2
1
DO
1
2
2
1
2
AI
mA/V
12
1
AI
mA
isol.
1
AO
mA
1
AO
V
1
1
1
1
AO
mA/V
22
AO
mA
isol.
1
1
2
RO
no/nc
1
3
1
1
RO
no
1
1
1
1
+10V
ref
1
1
TI
1
2
2
2
+24V/
EXT
+24V
5
6
42-240
VAC
TABLE 4-1. OPTION BOARDS, TYPES A AND B
2
3
6
3
DI
Enc.
10-24V
3
DI
Enc.
RS-422
1
1
1
1
3
Out
Out
+5/
+15/ Pt-100
+15V/
+24V
+24V
Option Boards – Operational Details
Avtron ACCel500 Expander I/O and Adapter I/O Boards
SECTION IV
OPTION BOARDS -- OPERATIONAL DETAILS
[B]DE
DE
BDE
OPT-D21
OPT-D3
OPT-D6
17459
17458
17457
RS232 adapter card (galvanically decoupled)
System Bus adapter board: 1 x fiber optic pair & CAN bus adapter (galvanically decoupled)
System Bus adapter board: 2 x fiber optic pairs
17462
MonitorBus adapter board (galvanically decoupled)
1) Analog inputs AI1 and AI2, analog output AO1 and voltage reference +10Vref galvanically decoupled (all these in same potential)
2) Analog input AI1 and analog outputs AO1 and AO2 galvanically decoupled from each other and other electronics
3) Similar to OPT-A1 only with bigger terminals for 2.5mm2 wires
4) Special application required for use in NXS
5) Bidirectional terminals
6) In case of several optional slots, the bold slot letter indicates the factory default slot (NOTE: not applicable if several boards with the same
default slot are Installed)
7) If the board is placed in slot B the SystemBus is not available; only the Monitor Bus can be used. Remove jumpers X5 and X6.
DE
OPT-D1
Adapter Baords
TABLE 4-2. OPTION BOARDS, TYPE D
Option Boards – Operational Details
Avtron ACCel500 Expander I/O and Adapter I/O Boards
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