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Application Quick Guide
VLT® AQUA Drive FC 200
Safety instructions
This Application Quick Guide is intended only for use by trained specialists in conjunction with the product manuals
for working on VLT® AQUA Drive FC 200 series frequency converters.
Hazardous voltages are present in the frequency converter when it is connected to the mains. Incorrect installation of the motor,
frequency converter or control cables can cause irreparable damage to the frequency converter or system as well as serious or fatal
injuries.
To prevent electrical shock, the frequency converter must be disconnected from the mains before performing all maintenance work.
The DC link capacitors of the VLT® AQUA Drive FC 200 retain their charge for a very long time even after disconnecting the mains
supply. It is therefore essential to wait for the duration of the period specified on the unit or in the product manual before carrying out
any maintenance work after disconnecting the mains supply.
Always follow the instructions contained in the relevant product manuals as well as local and national rules and safety regulations.
The contents of this Application Quick Guide refer mainly to the basic unit of the VLT® AQUA Drive with graphical control panel
(LCP 102) up to 90 kW (400 V) and initial operation with an asynchronous motor. For the sake of clarity, this Application Quick Guide
does not cover all options and accessories or detailed differences with higher-power models or special variants.
Please refer to the corresponding product manual in all cases.
Table of contents
1. Connection
1.1 List of power and supply terminals
1.2 Control terminals in basic unit
(without A, B or C options)
1.3 Function of DIP switches in basic unit
(without A, B or C options)
1.4 Digital input programming options
2. Operation via LCP 102
2.1 Graphical control unit LCP 102
2.2 Explanation of LCP 102 status display
3. Easy commissioning
3.1 Commissioning menu (Q2 submenu of Quick menu)
3.2 Further commonly used parameters from the main menu
3.3 Transferring unit parameters using the LCP copy function
(Par. 0.50)
3.4 Parameter setting with MCT 10 software
4. Profibus DP interface
4.1 General settings
4.2 Further settings
5. Fault analysis
5.1 Warnings, alarms, and alarm resetting
5.2 If the drive fails to restart after
resetting an alarm
5.3 Warning and alarm indications
6. Application examples
6.1 Start/stop, four-pole motor, motor thermistor
6.2 Start/stop, four-pole motor, oversynchronous,
motor thermistor
6.3 Start/stop, two-pole motor, motor thermistor
6.4 Start/stop, two-pole motor, oversynchronous,
motor thermistor
6.5 Start/stop, motor thermistor
6.6 Fixed speeds
6.7 Automatic fast ramp
6.8 Manual/Off/Automatic selection with
reference value input via keypad
6.9 Manual/Off/Automatic selection with
reference value input via potentiometer
6.10Manual Profibus time-out selection
6.11 Pressure control in %
6.12 Pressure control in Pa
6.13 Pressure control in bar with pipe compensation
6.14 Volume flow control in m³/h, feedback signal
output 0–20 mA
6.15 Volumetric flow control in m³/h, oversynchronous,
feedback signal output 0–20 mA
6.16Pressure control in bar, basic cascade controller
1. Connection
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1.1 Power and supply terminals
Mains
Netz
Motor
Motor
DC link circuit
DC-Zwischenkreis
91 (L1)
92 (L2)
93 (L3)
95 PE
DC-Bus
(U) 96
(V) 97
(W) 98
(PE) 99
88 (-)
89 (+)
Integrated switchIntegr.power
Schaltnetzteil
mode
supply
MCB 107
(Option)
(-)
35
(+)
36
10Vdc
15 mA
+ -
(R+) 82
24Vdc
200mA
+
-
Bremswiderstand
Brake resistor
(Option)
(option)
(R-) 81
Control
Steuerkarte
50 55
12
13 20
Card
Caution
The DC link capacitors retain dangerous DC voltages for a very long time even after disconnecting the mains supply.
The waiting times specified on the unit or in the product manual must be observed in any event.
For your own safety, only use suitable measuring equipment. For example, for measurements on frequency converters with mains
voltage of 380 to 480 V AC, use measuring equipment rated at category III 600 V or better (see IEC 61010-1).
Terminal no.
91 (L1), 92 (L2), 93 (L3)
Description
Three-phase connection for mains supply
Remarks
95
PE conductor connection
Use minimum 10 mm2 . See note below.
96 (W), 97 (V), 98 (W)
Three-phase motor connection
See nameplate for nominal data
99
PE conductor connection
Equipotential bonding for motor
88 (-), 89 (+)
Capacitor-backed DC link circuit intended for coupling
several drive axes
Note: maximum voltage 850–1000 V DC.
81 (-), 82 (+)
Optional brake resistor connection for increased dynamic braking
Note: maximum voltage 850–1000 V DC.
35 (-), 36 (+)
MCB 107 D option: connection for optional external 24 V power
supply for control electronics (plug-and-socket connector).
Max. 24 V DC +/- 15%
Max. Input current 2.2 A
As frequency converters can produce earth leakage currents greater than 3.5 mA due to their mode of operation, in accordance with
EN 50178 an earth conductor with a cross-section of at least 10 mm2 must be used or two separately installed earth conductors must be
connected.
Warning
Terminals 88/89 for DC link coupling can only be used with special accessories and involve special safety considerations. See the
Danfoss design documentation for additional information.
Using terminals 81 and 82 to increase dynamic braking is only possible with suitable and correctly dimensioned brake resistors and
involves special safety considerations. See the Danfoss design documentation for additional information.
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1.2 Control terminals in basic unit (without A, B or C options)
1
0V
24 V DC
max.200 mA
+
10 V DC
max.15 mA
WechselInverter
richter
-
+
-
12 13
18
**
19 20 27 29 32 33 37
39 42
-
+
S 801
0 - 20 mA
5V
50 53 54 55
RS485
S202
COM
S201
0 - 10 V
0 - 20 mA
0 - 10 V
0 / 4 - 20 mA
COM
P.5 - 02
COM
P.5 - 01
P. 5-00
61 68 69
+
BUS
01 02 03
Relais
Relay 11
04 05 06
Relais
Relay 2
(P RS-485)
(N RS-485)
-
**
nur for
beim
** only
FC FC
200200
withmit
safeSafe
stopStop
See Section 1.3 for a description of switches S201, S202 and S801.
The maximum rated voltage on analogue inputs 53 and 54 is 20 V.
Terminal no.
12, 13
Description
Internal +24 V DC source for powering digital inputs.
Remarks
Maximum load 200 mA
18
Digital input (see parameter 5-10 for function)
19
27
Digital input (see parameter 5-11 for function)
Reference potential (0 V) for external digital input/output
configuration
Digital input/output (see parameters 5-01, 5-12 & 5-30 for function)
0–24 V DC, Ri = 4 kΩ
< 5 V = logic “0” (PNP logic)
> 10 V = logic “1” (PNP logic)
29
Digital input/output (see parameters 5-02, 5-13 & 5-31 for function)
32
33
Digital input (see parameter 5-14 for function)
Digital input (see parameter 5-15 for function)
Only for FC 200 with optional safe stop
Digital input for safe stop compliant with EN 954-1 Cat. 3
or EN 13849-1 SIL 2 (see parameter 5-19 for function)
Ground potential for analogue output 42
Scalable analogue output 0/4–20 mA (see parameter 6.5* for
function)
Internal +10 V DC power source, for example, for supplying
potentiometer or motor thermistor
Analogue inputs 0–10 V DC or 0/4–20 mA, selectable
for reference/feedback or motor thermistor
(function: terminal 53, see parameter 6-1*; terminal 54, see
parameter 6-2*;
reference, see parameters 3-15, 3-16 & 3-17; feedback, see
parameter 20-0*; motor thermistor, see parameters 1-93 & 1-90)
Ground potential for analogue inputs 53 and 54
Integrated RC decoupling
RS 485 serial interface (see parameter 8-3* for function)
Relay output 1 (see parameter 5-40 [0] for function)
Relay output 2 (see parameter 5-40 [1] for function)
20
37
39
42
50
53, 54
55
61
68 (+), 69 (-)
01, 02, 03
04, 05, 06
Frame potential for terminals 12, 13
Input: see terminals 18 and 19
Output: 0/24 V DC, max. 40 mA
Pulse output: see product manual
Input: see terminals 18 and 19
Pulse input: see product guide
To achieve the safety function, the information in the
design guide must be observed.
0/4–20 mA, 500 Ω max.
10 V DC, max. 15 mA
0 to +10 V, scalable, Ri approx. 10 kΩ;
0 to 20 mA, scalable, Ri approx. 200 Ω
V/mA selection; see S201/S202
Note: maximum voltage on analogue inputs
20 V.
Do not use
Max. 115 kbit/s
Max. 240 V AC, 2 A (resistive load)
See the design guide for further information.
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1.3 Function of DIP switches in basic unit (without A, B or C options)
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Current/voltage selection
terminals 53/54
Bus termination
Changes to DIP switch settings become effective only after switching off and then on again.
1.4 Digital input programming options
Terminal no.
Index
18
19
27
29
32
33
5-10
5-11
5-12
5-13
5-14
5-15
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
x
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
x
3
3
x
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
x
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Parameter
Not used
Alarm reset
Coast (inverse)
Coast/Reset (inverse)
Quick stop ramp (inverse)
DC brake (inverse)
Stop (inverse)
Ext. interlock
Start
Latched start pulse
Reversing
Start + reversing
Fixed speed (jog)
Fixed reference enabled
Fixed reference bit 0
Fixed reference bit 1
Fixed reference bit 2
Store reference
Store speed
Speed up
Speed down
[0]
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
[9]
[10]
[11]
[14]
[15]
[16]
[17]
[18]
[19]
[20]
[21]
[22]
Set-up select bit 0
[23]
3
3
3
3
x
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Set-up select bit 1
[24]
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
x
3
1
Terminal no.
Index
18
19
27
29
32
33
Parameter
Counter input
Pulse input
Ramp bit 0
Mains failure (inverse)
Run Permissive
Manual Start
Auto start
DigiPot Increase
DigiPot Decrease
DigiPot Clear
Counter A (+1)
Counter A (-1)
Reset Counter A
Counter B (+1)
Counter B (-1)
Reset Counter B
Sleep Mode
Reset Maintenance Word
Lead Pump Start
Lead Pump Alternation
Pump 1 Interlock
Pump 2 Interlock
Pump 3 Interlock
[30]
[32]
[34]
[36]
[52]
[53]
[54]
[55]
[56]
[57]
[60]
[61]
[62]
[63]
[64]
[65]
[66]
[78]
[120]
[121]
[130]
[131]
[132]
5-10
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
5-11
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
5-12
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
5-13
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
5-14
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
5-15
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
[3 ] = selectable; [-] not selectable; [x] = factory setup. See programming manual for details.
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2. Operation via LCP 102
2
2.1 Graphical control unit LCP 102
Accessing commissioning menus
Text display
Accessing parameter main menu (all parameters)
Status
Fault log and alarm diagnosis
C
l
ce
Ba
an
Info
OK
On
On
Status LEDs
Alarm
Log
Main
Menu
Quick
Menu
ck
Menu selection
Online help (for each parameter,
menu item and alarm)
Warn.
Warn
Alarm
Alarm
Operating mode
Hand
on
Of f
Auto
on
Reset
Alarm reset (see Section 5.1)
2.2 Explanation of LCP 102 status display
2
Direction
Warning
Parameter set
(1) = Operation, (4) = Program
Alarm
Status line
Alarm
Log
Main
Menu
Quick
Menu
C
ce
Ba
an
ck
Status
l
Operating range
Info
OK
On
On
Warn.
Warn
Alarm
Alarm
Hand
on
Status line
Of f
Auto
on
Reset
Operating
mode
Operational status
Reference source
3. Easy commissioning
3
3.1 Commissioning menu (submenu Q2 of Quick Menu)
The commissioning menu has a set of 11 parameters that are necessary during typical commissioning. These parameters are arranged logically
instead of by number. Note: always enter the parameters in the order shown. To access the commissioning menu, press the [Quick Menu] button,
select „Q2 commissioning menu“, and confirm with [OK]. Press the [Status] button to return to normal view.
Par.
Description
Setting
0-01
Language
English [0] or set to local language
1-20
Motor power [kW]
According to motor nameplate data
1-22
Motor voltage [V]
According to motor nameplate data
1-23
Motor frequency [Hz]
According to motor nameplate data
1-24
Motor current [A]
According to motor nameplate data
1-25
Rated motor speed [rpm]
According to motor nameplate data
3-41
Ramp-up time 1
Set ramp-up time (acceleration time up to rated motor speed)
3-42
Ramp-down time 1
Set ramp-down time (deceleration time from rated speed to zero RPM)
4-12
Min. speed [RPM]
Set desired minimum speed
4-14
Max. speed [RPM]
Set desired maximum speed
1-29
Automatic Motor Adaptation (AMA)
AMA is worthwhile if motor operation is unsatisfactory or additional
optimisation is desired.
See the description of AMA in the product guide.
3.2 Other commonly used parameters in the main menu
The following table lists other parameters in the main menu that are often necessary in addition to the commissioning parameters. The
parameters in the main menu can be accessed by pressing the [Main Menu] button and selecting the subgroups.
Par.
Description
Setting
1-00
Control response
Speed control or PID control
1-03
Load torque characteristics
[0] compressor torque, [1] square-law torque, [2] automatic energy optimisation CT,
[3] automatic energy optimisation VT
1-9*
Thermal motor protection
Motor temperature monitoring, see description under 6. Application examples:
3-10
Fixed references (0–7)
Use digital fixed references
3-15
3-16
3-17
Variable reference 1
Variable reference 2
Variable reference 3
Select an analogue input, digital input or bus port as the reference signal.
See also description under 6. Application examples:
6-1*
Analogue input, terminal 53
Input signal scaling (current/voltage) and the associated reference and feedback values.
6-2*
Analogue input, terminal 54
Input signal scaling (current/voltage) and associated reference and feedback values.
20-0*
Feedback
Specify feedback inputs and signal characteristic
20-2*
Feedback/reference
Specify signal conditioning here when using several feedback values and/or additional
reference values.
15-0*
Operating data
Display of current operating data
15-3*
Fault log
Read out fault log data and values
15-4*
Type data
15-43/-45/-51: frequency converter identification. This information is necessary for service
queries.
14-50
RFI filter
Must be disabled if the unit is used in an IT network.
16-**
Data display
of all current frequency converter and system data (such as reference, feedback, bus, motor,
and FC data)
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3.3 Using the LCP copy function (parameter 0-50) to transfer device parameters
The copy function can be used to store all unit parameters in the LCP 102 control panel. The stored parameters can be transferred to the same
unit of other units if necessary. The data is permanently stored (in EEPROM) in the LCP and can only be changed or deleted by overwriting with
new data. The parameters in the LCP memory can only be accessed by loading them back from the unit. Parameter 0-50 can be accessed by
pressing the [Main Menu] button and selecting menu „0-** Operation/Display“ or „0-5* Copy/Store“.
Parameter 0-50: store in LCP
Parameter 0-50: Load from LCP (All)
Parameter 0-50: Load from LCP (only Fct.)
No motor data is transferred if „Load from LCP, only Fct.“ is selected.
3
3.4 Parameter setting with MCT 10 software
3
Source and system requirements
Download the software from the Software/MCT 10 Software page at www.danfoss.com/drives
The free basic version of the MCT 10 software can be used to archive data from and document all current Danfoss frequency converter series. The
CD key required for installation is 12314500.
Minimum system requirements: Pentium III 350 MHz (or compatible), 128 MB RAM, 200 MB free hard drive space.
Data exchange with the converter
Converter -> PC:
1. Connect the converter to the PC
2. Select the converter in the network
3. Select „Copy“
4. Click the project and select „Add“
5. Save the project in the File menu
PC -> Converter:
1. Open the saved file
2. Connect the converter to the PC
3. Select the converter in the project
4. Select „Write to frequency converter“
Access via USB port
The connection between the converter and PC is detected automatically. Configuration of the parameters in the converter or the PC software is
not necessary.
USB
To prevent currents from flowing in the USB
cable shield due to potential differences, the
converter must be adequately earthed.
Access via RS-232, Ethernet, or USB Converter
3
Every Danfoss converter has a bus-capable RS-485 interface. It supports up to 32 network nodes (127 with repeaters).
For access to the interface, a suitable converter (RS-232 to RS-485, USB to RS-485, or Ethernet TCP/IP to RS-485) is necessary.
USB, RS-232, Ethernet
RS-485
Interface converter
Connection
How to connect
Terminal 68: P (RS-485)
Terminal 69: N (RS-485)
Par.
Description
Factory setup
8-31
Address
1
8-32
Baud rate
9600 baud
In order to use the connection and configure the converter, the interface settings of the MCT 10 software (Communication -> Driver menu) must
be compatible (address range, COM port and baud rate). You can use the Communication -> Network Search menu item to look for connected
converters.
4. Profibus DP interface
4
4.1 General settings
Parameter
Description
Setting
8 - 10
Control Word Profile
See PLC
9 - 18
Profibus node address (set all address DIP switches to „ON“)
0–125
9 - 22
PPO type
Automatic
9 - 63
Baud rate
Automatic
The settings do not take effect until the Profibus interface
has been initialised (use parameter 9-72 to reset the interface or
switch the external 24 V supply off and back on).
4.2 Further settings
Parameter
Description
Setting
8 - 01
Control Site
Activate control word
8 - 02
Active control word
Option A
8 - 50 … 8 - 56
Priorities between bus/terminal operation (observe parameter
8-01)
Application dependent
8 - 03 … 8 - 05
Control word timeout (defined response to bus failure)
Application dependent
8 - 07
Diagnosis Trigger (disable in case of doubt)
See PLC
9 - 15 … 9 - 16
PCD Configuration
See PLC
9 - 27 … 9 - 28
PCW/PCD enabled/disabled
Enabled
5. Fault analysis
5.1 Warnings, alarms, and alarm resetting
Warning (yellow Warning LED on)
A warning is an indication of a defined state. Warning indications can occur during normal operation; they may
be purely informative (uncritical) or indicate a potential problem. Analyse the warning based on the displayed
warning number [Wxxx].
Alarm (red Alarm LED blinks)
Alarm indications occur when motor operation has been inhibited by the FC 200 for safety reasons. Analyse
the alarm based on the displayed alarm number [Axxx]. There are several ways to reset alarms that are „triplocked“ after the cause has been remedied:
- [Reset] button on LCP
- Programmed digital input (see parameter settings in group 5-1*)
- Automatic reset function (see parameter settings in group 14-2*)
- Reset signal via bus interface (such as RS-485 or Profibus)
The reset signal resets the frequency converter after an alarm (trip). The button can be enabled [1] or disabled [0] with
parameter 0-43, “LCP Reset button”.
Warning
Before resetting an alarm, always determine and remedy the cause. Resetting an alarm without adequately determining the cause can
lead to damage to the frequency converter or system as well as serious accidents.
5
Trip-locked alarm (red Alarm LED blinks, alarm cannot be reset, and „Trip-lock“ is displayed on the
control panel (if present))
Trip-lock is an additional protective function of the VLT® AQUA Drive and can only be cancelled by
disconnecting mains power to the unit. If the unit has an external 24 V DC supply (D option), it is only necessary
to disconnect the unit from the mains supply voltage. In this case, the control card remains active (for example,
to support fieldbus communication).
The alarm can be reset again as previously described after the VLT® AQUA Drive FC 200 has been switched off
and on.
If the display still shows a trip-lock after the unit has been switched off (before the alarm is reset), the unit may
have an internal fault. Contact your Danfoss Service provider in this case.
5.2 If the drive does not restart after an alarm reset
An alarm is still displayed
Setting
1.
Is the alarm trip-locked?
See description in Section 5.1.
2.
Has the cause of the alarm been remedied, or is the alarm
displayed again immediately after it is reset?
View the alarm numbers in the fault/alarm log and use them to
determine the cause of the alarm.
3.
Is the LCP [Reset] button enabled?
See parameter 0-43
An alarm is no longer displayed
Setting
1.
Is the LCP [Off] button enabled?
Press the [Auto-On] button to restart.
2.
Is a start signal present on the digital input or bus interface?
Check whether a start signal is present on the digital input or the
bus.
3.
Is a reference value available on an analogue or digital input or
the bus interface?
Check the reference value.
4.
Is there an open circuit between the frequency converter output
and the motor?
Check the motor wiring. Is a contactor or motor switch present?
5
5.3 Warning and alarm indications
No.
Description
1
10 V low
Warning
X
2
Signal fault
(X)
3
No motor
(X)
4
Mains phase imbalance
(X)
5
DC link voltage high
X
Alarm / trip
Alarm / Trip-lock
(X)
See parameter
6-01
1-80
(X)
(X)
14-12
6
DC link voltage low
X
7
DC overvoltage
X
X
8
DC undervoltage
X
X
9
Inverter overloaded
X
X
10
Motor ETR overtemperature
(X)
(X)
1-90
11
Motor thermistor
(X)
(X)
1-90
12
Torque limit
X
(X)
13
Overcurrent
X
X
X
14
Earth fault
X
X
X
15
Hardware mismatch
X
X
16
Short circuit
X
X
17
Control word time-out
(X)
(X)
8-04
23
Internal fan fault
(X)
(X)
14-53
24
External fan fault
(X)
(X)
14-53
25
Brake resistor shorted
X
26
Brake resistor power limit
(X)
(X)
2-13
27
Brake chopper shorted
X
X
28
Brake resistor test
(X)
(X)
14-25
2-15
5
29
Inverter overtemperature
X
X
X
30
Motor phase U dropout
(X)
(X)
(X)
4-58
31
Motor phase V dropout
(X)
(X)
(X)
4-58
32
Motor phase W dropout
(X)
(X)
(X)
4-58
33
Inrush fault
X
X
34
Fieldbus fault
X
(X)
36
Mains failure
X
X
38
Internal fault
40
Overload digital output 27
X
5-00, 5-01
41
Overload digital output 29
X
5-00, 5-02
X
42
Overload on digital output 30-6/30-7
X
47
24 V supply low
X
48
1.8 V supply low
49
Speed limit
50
AMA calibration fault
X
51
AMA check Unom and Inom
X
52
AMA low Inom
X
53
AMA motor too big
X
54
AMA motor too small
X
55
AMA parameter out of range
X
56
AMA interrupted by user
X
57
AMA timeout
58
AMA internal fault
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
5
5
59
Current limit
X
60
Ext. interlock
(X)
5-1*
62
Output frequency limit
X
4-19
64
Motor voltage
X
65
Control board overtemperature
X
66
Temperature low
X
67
New options
X
68
Safe stop
X
69
Inverter overtemperature
X
X
70
Invalid FC configuration
X
X
79
Invalid PS configuration
80
Unit initialised
92
K. flow
X
X
22-23
93
Dry pump
X
X
22-26
X
X
X
X
X
94
End of curve
X
X
22-50
95
Broken belt
X
X
22-60
96
Start delay
X
22-75, 22-76
97
Stop delay
X
22-75, 22-77
98
Clock fault
X
0-7*
250
New spare part
251
New type code
(X) Dependent on parameter
6. Application Examples
6
6.1 Start/stop, four-pole motor, motor thermistor
Reference 0–50 Hz via terminal 53; motor thermistor
monitoring on terminal 19.
Visual alarm indication.
*Safe stop as option
Start/Stop
Motor thermistor
Par.
0-02
1-25
Relevant parameters
Function
Setting
Hz/rpm selection
[1] Hz
Rated motor speed
see motor nameplate
5-10
5-11
Terminal 18: digital input
Terminal 19: digital input
[8] Start*
[0] Not used
5-12
Terminal 27: digital input
[0] Not used
1-90
1-93
Motor thermal protection
Thermistor connection
[2] Thermistor trip
[4] Digital input 19
3-15
4-53
Variable reference 1
High speed warning
[1] Analogue input 53*
1500 rpm
Relay 2
Relay 1
Analogue reference
Alarm
5-40 [0] Relay 1 function
[9] Alarm
5-40 [1] Relay 2 function
[5] Motor running
Motor running
This example constitutes a non-binding recommendation with regard
to the General Delivery and Warranty Conditions. It is based on the
factory setup and presumes that the motor data has been configured
correctly. This recommendation must be verified by the user.
* Factory setting
6.2 Start/stop, four-pole motor, oversynchronous, motor thermistor
0–72 Hz reference value via terminal 53.
Motor thermistor monitoring on terminal 19.
Visual alarm indication.
*Safe stop as option
Start/Stop
Motor thermistor
Relay 1
Alarm
Relay 2
Analogue reference
Motor running
This example constitutes a non-binding recommendation with regard
to the General Delivery and Warranty Conditions. It is based on the
factory setup and presumes that the motor data has been configured
correctly. This recommendation must be verified by the user.
6
Par.
0-02
1-25
Relevant parameters
Function
Setting
Hz/rpm selection
[1] Hz
Rated motor speed
see motor nameplate
5-10
5-11
Terminal 18: digital input
Terminal 19: digital input
[8] Start*
[0] Not used
5-12
Terminal 27: digital input
[0] Not used
1-90
1-93
Motor thermal protection
Thermistor connection
[2] Thermistor trip
[4] Digital input 19
3-03
3-15
4-14
4-53
6-15
Max. reference
Variable reference 1
Max. frequency [Hz]
High speed warning
Ter. 53 scale max. ref/feedback
72 Hz
[1] Analogue input 53*
72 Hz
2045 rpm
72 Hz
5-40[0] Relay 1 function
[9] Alarm
5-40[1] Relay 2 function
[5] Motor running
* Factory setting
6.3 Start/stop, two-pole motor, motor thermistor
Reference 0–50 Hz via potentiometer on terminal 53.
Motor thermistor monitoring on terminal 19.
Visual alarm indication.
*Safe stop as option
Start/Stop
Motor thermistor
Relay 2
Relay 1
Analogue reference
6
Par.
0-02
1-25
Relevant parameters
Function
Setting
Hz/rpm selection
[1] Hz
Rated motor speed
see motor nameplate
5-10
5-11
Terminal 18: digital input
Terminal 19: digital input
[8] Start*
[0] Not used
5-12
Terminal 27: digital input
[0] Not used
1-90
1-93
Motor thermal protection
Thermistor connection
[2] Thermistor trip
[4] Digital input 19
3-15
4-53
Variable reference 1
High speed warning
[1] Analogue input 53*
3000
Alarm
5-40 [0] Relay 1 function
[9] Alarm
Motor running
5-40 [1] Relay 2 function
[5] Motor running
This example constitutes a non-binding recommendation with regard
to the General Delivery and Warranty Conditions. It is based on the
factory setup and presumes that the motor data has been configured
correctly. This recommendation must be verified by the user.
* Factory setting
6.4 Start/stop, two-pole motor, oversynchronous, motor thermistor
0–72 Hz reference value via terminal 53.
Motor thermistor monitoring on terminal 19.
Visual alarm indication.
*Safe stop as option
Start/Stop
Motor thermistor
6
Par.
0-02
1-25
Relevant parameters
Function
Setting
Hz/rpm selection
[1] Hz
Rated motor speed
see motor nameplate
5-10
5-11
Terminal 18: digital input
Terminal 19: digital input
[8] Start*
[0] Not used
5-12
Terminal 27: digital input
[0] Not used
1-90
1-93
Motor thermal protection
Thermistor connection
[2] Thermistor trip
[4] Digital input 19
3-03
3-15
4-14
4-53
6-15
Max. reference
Variable reference 1
Max. frequency [Hz]
High speed warning
Ter. 53 scale max. ref/feedback
72 Hz
[1] Analogue input 53*
72 Hz
4320 rpm
72 Hz
Relay 1
Alarm
Relay 2
Analogue reference
Motor running
This example constitutes a non-binding recommendation with regard
to the General Delivery and Warranty Conditions. It is based on the
factory setup and presumes that the motor data has been configured
correctly. This recommendation must be verified by the user.
5-40 [0] Relay 1 function
[9] Alarm
5-40 [1] Relay 2 function
[5] Motor running
* Factory setting
6.5 Start/stop, motor thermistor
Reference 0–50 Hz terminal 53.
Motor thermistor monitoring on terminal 19.
Visual alarm indication.
6
Relevant parameters
Setting
Par.
Function
5-10
5-11
Terminal 18: digital input
Terminal 19: digital input
[8] Start*
[0] Not used
5-12
5-02
5-31
Terminal 27: digital input
Terminal 29 Mode
Terminal 29: digital output
[0] Not used
[1] Output
[60] Comparator 0
1-90
1-93
Motor thermal protection
Thermistor connection
[2] Thermistor trip
[4] Digital input 19
3-15
Variable reference 1
[1] Analogue input 53*
Start/Stop
Motor thermistor
*Safe stop as option
Motor thermistor alarm
Relay 2
Relay 1
Analogue reference
Alarm
Motor running
This example constitutes a non-binding recommendation with regard
to the General Delivery and Warranty Conditions. It is based on the
factory setup and presumes that the motor data has been configured
correctly. This recommendation must be verified by the user.
5-40 [0] Relay 1 function
[9] Alarm
5-40 [1] Relay 2 function
[5] Motor running
Interrogation Alarm 11 (motor thermistor)
13-10[0] Comparator operand
[20] Alarm number
13-11[0] Comparator function
[1] ! (equal)*
13-12[0] Comparator value
11,000
* Factory setting
6.6 Fixed speeds
Three different speeds (preset references) can be selected
via floating contacts.
*Safe stop as option
Select Speed 1
Select Speed 2
Select Speed 3
6
Par.
0-02
Relevant parameters
Function
Setting
Hz/rpm selection
[1] Hz
5-10
5-11
5-01
5-30
5-13
5-14
5-15
Terminal 18: digital input
Terminal 19: digital input
Terminal 27 Mode
Terminal 27: digital output
Terminal 29: digital input
Terminal 32: digital input
Terminal 33: digital input
Internal logic rule
Boolean 1
[36] Digital input 29
Logic operation 1
[2] OR
Boolean 2
[37] Digital input 32
Logic operation 2
[2] OR
Boolean 3
[37] Digital input 33
References
3-10[1] Preset ref. 1
3-10[2] Preset ref. 2
3-10[4] Preset ref. 4
Desired Speed 1
Desired Speed 2
Desired Speed 3
Relay 2
Relay 1
13-40[0]
13-41[0]
13-42[0]
13-43[0]
13-44[0]
[8] Start*
[6] Stop (inverse)
[1] Output
[70] Logic rule 0
[16] Preset ref. bit 0
[17] Preset ref. bit 1
[18] Preset ref. bit 2
* Factory setting
This example constitutes a non-binding recommendation with regard
to the General Delivery and Warranty Conditions. It is based on the
factory setup and presumes that the motor data has been configured
correctly. This recommendation must be verified by the user.
6.7 Automatic fast ramp
The starts up with fast acceleration and then runs with slow
acceleration. Reference 0–1500 rpm via potentiometer.
6
Relevant parameters
Setting
Par.
Function
5-10
5-11
Terminal 18: digital input
Terminal 19: digital input
[8] Start*
[0] Not used
5-12
5-02
5-31
5-15
Terminal 27: digital input
Terminal 29 mode
Terminal 29: digital output
Terminal 33: digital input
[2] Coast (inverse)*
[1] Output
[16] Under min. speed
[34] Ramp bit 0
Start/Stop
*Safe stop as option
Controller enable
3-15
Variable reference 1
[1] Analogue input 53*
3-41
3-42
3-51
3-52
Ramp Up 1
Ramp Down 1
Ramp Up 2
Ramp Down 2
„Slow“
„Slow“
„Fast“
„Fast“
4-11
4-52
Motor speed low limit
900 rpm
Motor speed low limit warning 900 rpm
Relay 2
Relay 1
Analogue reference
* Factory setting
This example constitutes a non-binding recommendation with regard
to the General Delivery and Warranty Conditions. It is based on the
factory setup and presumes that the motor data has been configured
correctly. This recommendation must be verified by the user.
6.8 Manual/Off/Automatic selection with
reference value input via keypad
In the switch position „Auto“, the reference is active via potentiometer.
In the switch position „Manual“, the reference can be set using the „Up“ and „Down“ buttons.
In the switch position „Off “, the motor is stopped.
6
Relevant parameters
Setting
Par.
Function
5-10
5-11
Terminal 18: digital input
Terminal 19: digital input
[8] Start*
[8] Start
5-12
5-13
5-14
5-15
Terminal 27: digital input
Terminal 29: digital input
Terminal 32: digital input
Terminal 33: digital input
[0] Not used
[20] Freeze output
[21] Speed up
[22] Speed down
3-15
Variable reference 1
[1] Analogue input 53*
„Auto“ position On
„Manual“ position On
*Safe stop as option
„UP“ button
„DOWN“ button
Relay 2
Relay 1
Analogue reference
* Factory setting
This example constitutes a non-binding recommendation with regard
to the General Delivery and Warranty Conditions. It is based on the
factory setup and presumes that the motor data has been configured
correctly. This recommendation must be verified by the user.
6.9 Manual/Off/Automatic selection with
reference value input via potentiometer
In switch position „Auto“, the reference is active via potentiometer.
In switch position „Manual“, the unit can only be operated via the display.
In switch position „Off “, the motor is stopped.
6
Relevant parameters
Setting
Par.
Function
5-10
5-11
Terminal 18: digital input
Terminal 19: digital input
[8] Start*
[54] Auto start
5-12
Terminal 27: digital input
[53] Manual start
3-15
Variable reference 1
[1] Analogue input 53*
„Auto“ position
*Safe stop as option
„Manual“ position
Relay 2
Relay 1
Analogue reference
This example constitutes a non-binding recommendation with regard
to the General Delivery and Warranty Conditions. It is based on the
factory setup and presumes that the motor data has been configured
correctly. This recommendation must be verified by the user.
* Factory setting
6.10 Manual Profibus time-out selection
With Profibus control, the converter does not accept any commands
via the terminals. If Profibus control is interrupted, the converter
automatically switches to manual mode (reference setting via
buttons). Manual mode can also be selected via terminal 18.
Manual mode „On“
*Safe stop as option
Manual „UP“ button
Manual „DOWN“ button
6
Relevant parameters
Setting
see motor nameplate
Par.
1-1*
Function
Motor data
8-03
8-04
8-05
9-18
Ctrl. param. for timeout time
Timeout function ctrl. param.
Timeout End ctrl. param.
Node address
1 sec
[8] Select Setup 2
[1] Resume setup*
As required
Data for both setups
5-10 Terminal 18: digital input
[23] Setup select bit 0
5-40[0] Relay function
[9] Alarm
5-40[1] Relay function
[23] Bus OK
Relay 2
Relay 1
Setup selection
Alarm
Profibus fault
This example constitutes a non-binding recommendation with regard
to the General Delivery and Warranty Conditions. It is based on the
factory setup and presumes that the motor data has been configured
correctly. This recommendation must be verified by the user.
0-51
0-10
0-12
Setup copy
Active setup
Link setup to
5-11
5-12
5-14
5-15
8-01
8-02
Settings only for Setup 1
Terminal 19: digital input
[0] Not used
Terminal 27: digital input
[0] Not used
Terminal 32: digital input
[0] Not used
Terminal 33: digital input
[0] Not used
Control Site
Digital only
Active control parameter
Disabled
5-11
5-12
5-14
5-15
8-01
8-02
[2] Copy to Setup 2
[9] Multi Setup
[2] Setup 2
Settings only for Setup 2
Terminal 19: digital input
[8] Start
Terminal 27: digital input
[20] Freeze output
Terminal 32: digital input
[21] Speed up
Terminal 33: digital input
[22] Speed down
Control Site
Digital only
Active control parameter
Disabled
* Factory setting
6.11 Pressure control in %
Pressure control with integrated process controller.
Internal reference, feedback 0–100% on terminal 54.
6
Relevant parameters
Setting
Par.
Function
5-10
5-12
Start/Stop
Terminal 18: digital input
Terminal 27: digital input
Start/Stop
*Safe stop as option
1-00
20-12
20-21
20-94
Pressure control
Control mode
[3] PID closed loop
Reference/feedback unit
[1] %*
Reference 1
50%
PID integration time
0.8
Feedback signal
20-00 Feedback terminal 1
[2] Analogue input 54*
6-24 Ter. 54 scale min. ref/feedback 0%*
6-25 Ter. 54 scale max. ref/feedback 100%*
Relay 2
Relay 1
Feedback signal
[8] Start*
[0] Not used
This example constitutes a non-binding recommendation with regard
to the General Delivery and Warranty Conditions. It is based on the
factory setup and presumes that the motor data has been configured
correctly. This recommendation must be verified by the user.
0-20
0-22
Display indication (optional)
Display line 1.1
[1601] Reference [unit]
Display line 1.3
[1652] Feedback [unit]
* Factory setting
6.12 Pressure control in Pa
Pressure control with integrated process controller.
Internal reference, feedback 0–2000 Pa on terminal 54.
6
Function
5-10
5-12
Start/Stop
Terminal 18: digital input
Terminal 27: digital input
Start/Stop
*Safe stop as option
Relevant parameters
Setting
Par.
[8] Start*
[0] Not used
1-00
20-12
20-21
20-94
Pressure control
Control mode
[3] PID closed loop
Reference/feedback unit
[72] Pa
Reference 1
1500 Pa
PID integration time
0.8
3-02
3-03
Min. reference
Max. reference
Scaling in Pa
0 Pa*
2000 Pa
Feedback signal
20-00 Feedback terminal 1
[2] Analogue input 54*
6-24 Ter. 54 scale min. ref/feedback 0 Pa*
6-25 Ter. 54 scale max. ref/feedback 2000 Pa
Relay 2
Relay 1
Feedback signal
This example constitutes a non-binding recommendation with regard
to the General Delivery and Warranty Conditions. It is based on the
factory setup and presumes that the motor data has been configured
correctly. This recommendation must be verified by the user.
0-20
0-22
Display indication (optional)
Display line 1.1
[1601] Reference [unit]
Display line 1.3
[1652] Feedback [unit]
* Factory setting
6.13 Pressure control in bar with pipe compensation
Pressure control using integrated process controller with pipe
pressure drop compensation. Internal reference, feedback 0–10 bar
on terminal 54.
6
Par.
0-02
Relevant parameters
Function
Setting
Hz/rpm selection
[1] Hz*
5-10
5-12
Start/Stop
Terminal 18: digital input
[8] Start*
Terminal 27: digital input
[0] Not used
*Safe stop as option
Start/Stop
1-00
20-12
20-21
20-93
20-94
Pressure control
Control mode
[3] PID closed loop
Reference/feedback unit
[71] bar
Reference 1
5 bar
PID proportional gain
0.5
PID integration time
0.8
3-02
3-03
Min. reference
Max. reference
Scaling in bar
Feedback signal
Relay 2
Relay 1
Feedback 0–20 mA
This example constitutes a non-binding recommendation with regard
to the General Delivery and Warranty Conditions. It is based on the
factory setup and presumes that the motor data has been configured
correctly. This recommendation must be verified by the user.
0 bar*
10 bar
Feedback signal
20-00 Feedback terminal 1
[2] Analogue input 54*
6-24 Ter. 54 scale min. ref/feedback 0 bar*
6-25 Ter. 54 scale max. ref/feedback 10 bar
22-80
22-81
22-84
22-86
22-87
Pipe compensation
Flow compensation
[1] Enabled
Quad./lin. curve calculation
100
Speed at no flow [Hz]
25 Hz
Freq. design point [Hz]
50 Hz
Pressure at no-flow speed
3 bar
0-20
0-22
0-24
Display indication (optional)
Display line 1.1
[1601] Reference [unit]
Display line 1.3
[1652] Feedback [unit]
Display line 3
[1665] Analogue output 42
* Factory setting
6.14 Volume flow control in m³/h, feedback signal output 0–20 mA
Volume flow control with integrated process controller.
Internal reference, feedback 0–5000 m3/h on terminal 54.
Feedback output 0–5000 m3/h as 0–20 mA signal on terminal 42.
*Safe stop as option
Start/Stop
Feedback signal
Relay 2
Relay 1
Feedback 0–20 mA
This example constitutes a non-binding recommendation with regard
to the General Delivery and Warranty Conditions. It is based on the
factory setup and presumes that the motor data has been configured
correctly. This recommendation must be verified by the user.
6
Relevant parameters
Setting
Par.
Function
5-10
5-12
Start/Stop
Terminal 18: digital input
[8] Start*
Terminal 27: digital input
[0] Not used
1-00
20-01
20-12
20-21
20-93
20-94
Volume flow control
Control mode
[3] PID closed loop
Feedback conversion 1
[1] Square root
Reference/feedback unit
[25] m3/h
Reference 1
2500 m3/h
PID proportional gain
0.5
PID integration time
2
3-02
3-03
Min. reference
Max. reference
Scaling in m3/h
0 m3/h*
5000 m3/h
Feedback signal
20-00 Feedback terminal 1
[2] Analogue input 54*
6-24 Ter. 54 scale min. ref/feedback 0 m3/h*
6-25 Ter. 54 scale max. ref/feedback 5000 m3/h
6-50
6-51
6-52
Analogue output
Terminal 42: analogue output [102] Feedback 0–20 mA
Ter. 42 min. scaling
50%
Ter. 42 max. scaling
75%
0-20
0-22
0-24
Display indication (optional)
Display line 1.1
[1601] Reference [unit]
Display line 1.3
[1652] Feedback [unit]
Display line 3
[1665] Analogue output 42
* Factory setting
6.15 Volumetric flow control in m³/h, oversynchronous,
feedback signal output 0–20 mA
Volume flow control with integrated process controller.
Internal reference, feedback 0–5000 m3/h on terminal 54.
Feedback output 0–5000 m3/h as 0–20 mA signal on terminal 42.
6
Par.
0-02
4-14
*Safe stop as option
Start/Stop
5-10
5-12
Relevant parameters
Function
Setting
Hz/rpm selection
[1] Hz
Max. frequency [Hz]
72 Hz
Start/Stop
Terminal 18: digital input
[8] Start*
Terminal 27: digital input
[0] Not used
1-00
20-01
20-12
20-21
20-93
20-94
Volume flow control
Control mode
[3] PID closed loop
Feedback conversion 1
[1] Square root
Reference/feedback unit
[25] m3/h
Reference 1
2500 m3/h
PID proportional gain
0.5
PID integration time
2
3-02
3-03
Min. reference
Max. reference
Scaling in m3/h
0 m3/h*
5000 m3/h
Feedback signal
Relay 2
Relay 1
Feedback signal 0–20 mA
This example constitutes a non-binding recommendation with regard
to the General Delivery and Warranty Conditions. It is based on the
factory setup and presumes that the motor data has been configured
correctly. This recommendation must be verified by the user.
Feedback signal
20-00 Feedback terminal 1
[2] Analogue input 54*
6-24 Ter. 54 scale min. ref/feedback 0 m3/h*
6-25 Ter. 54 scale max. ref/feedback 5000 m3/h
6-50
6-51
6-52
Analogue output
Terminal 42: analogue output [102] Feedback 0–20 mA
Ter. 42 min. scaling
50%
Ter. 42 max. scaling
75%
0-20
0-22
0-24
Display indication (optional)
Display line 1.1
[1601] Reference [unit]
Display line 1.3
[1652] Feedback [unit]
Display line 3
[1665] Analogue output 42
* Factory setting
6.16 Pressure control in bar, basic cascade controller
Pressure control with integrated process controller.
The VLT® AQUA Drive cascade controller can switch on additional
pumps via the relays if necessary.
Controlled variable 0–10 bar on terminal 54.
6
5-10
5-12
Relevant parameters
Function
Setting
Hz/rpm selection
[1] Hz
Preset ref. [0]
25%
Start/Stop
Terminal 18: digital input
[8] Start*
Terminal 27: digital input
[2] Coast (inverse)*
1-00
20-12
20-21
20-93
20-94
Pressure control
Control mode
[3] PID closed loop
Reference/feedback unit
[71] bar
Reference 1
5 bar
PID proportional gain
0.5
PID integration time
0.8
3-02
3-03
Min. reference
Max. reference
20-00
6-24
6-25
20-73
20-74
Feedback signal
Feedback terminal 1
[2] Analogue input 54*
Ter. 54 scale min. ref/feedback 0 bar
Ter. 54 scale max. ref/feedback 10 bar
Min. feedback level
0 bar
Maximum feedback level
10 bar
25-00
25-05
25-06
25-45
Cascade controller
Cascade controller
[1] Enabled
Preset control group
[1] Yes*
Number of pumps
[1] 3 pumps
Switch-on threshold [Hz]
45 Hz*
Par.
0-02
3-10
Start cascade control
*Safe stop as option
Coast all pumps
Relay 2
Relay 1
Scaling in bar
Control voltage pump „1“
Start signal pump „1“
Control voltage pump „2“
Start signal pump „2“
0 bar*
10 bar
Relay
This example constitutes a non-binding recommendation with regard
to the General Delivery and Warranty Conditions. It is based on the
factory setup and presumes that the motor data has been configured
correctly. This recommendation must be verified by the user.
5-40[0] Relay 1 function
5-40[2] Relay 2 function
[212] Casc. pump 2**
[213] Casc. pump 3**
* Factory setting
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designated contact person.
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