SERIES 15H
Inverter Control
Installation & Operating Manual
9/03
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Table of Contents
Section 1
Quick Start Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-1
Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-1
Quick Start Checklist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-1
Quick Start Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-2
Section 2
General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-1
Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-1
CE Compliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-1
Limited Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-2
Safety Notice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-3
Section 3
Receiving & Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-1
Receiving & Inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-1
Physical Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-1
Control Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-2
Through the Wall Mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-2
Keypad Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-2
Optional Remote Keypad Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-3
Electrical Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-4
System Grounding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-4
Line Impedance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-5
Line Reactors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-5
Load Reactors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-5
AC Main Circuit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-6
Power Disconnect . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-6
Protective Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-6
Wire Size and Protection Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-6
AC Line Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-10
Reduced Input Voltage Derating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-10
380-400VAC Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-10
3 Phase Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-11
Single Phase Input Power Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-13
Single Phase Control Derating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-13
Size A, B and B2 Single Phase Power Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-13
Size C2 Single Phase Power Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-14
Size C and D Single Phase Power Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-15
Size D2 Single Phase Power Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-16
Size E Single Phase Power Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-17
Size F Single Phase Power Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-18
Motor Brake Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-19
Motor Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-19
M-Contactor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-19
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Optional Dynamic Brake Hardware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-20
Selection of Operating Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-22
Analog Inputs and Outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-23
Serial Operating Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-24
Keypad Operating Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-25
Standard Run 3 Wire Operating Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-26
15 Speed 2-Wire Operating Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-27
Fan Pump 2 Wire Operating Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-28
Fan Pump 3 Wire Operating Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-29
3 Speed Analog 2 Wire Operating Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-30
3 Speed Analog 3 Wire Operating Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-31
Electronic Pot 2 Wire Operating Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-32
Electronic Pot 3 Wire Operating Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-33
Process Operating Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-34
External Trip Input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-35
Opto-Isolated Inputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-35
Digital Outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-36
Opto Isolated Outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-36
Relay Outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-37
Pre-Operation Checklist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-38
Power Up Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-38
Section 4
Programming and Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-1
Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-1
Display Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-2
Adjusting Display Contrast . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-2
Display Screens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-2
Program Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-3
Parameter Blocks Access for Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-3
Changing Parameter Values when Security Code Not Used . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-4
Reset Parameters to Factory Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-5
Initialize New Software EEPROM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-6
Operation Examples . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-7
Operating the Control from the Keypad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-7
Accessing the Keypad JOG Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-7
Speed Adjustment using Local Speed Reference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-8
Speed Adjustment Using Arrow Keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-8
Security System Changes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Changing Parameter Values with a Security Code in Use
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4-10
Security System Access Timeout Parameter Change . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-11
Parameter Definitions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
No Keypad Display - Display Contrast Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
How to Access Diagnostic Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Initialize New Software EEPROM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
How to Access the Fault Log . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
How to Clear the Fault Log . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power Base ID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Electrical Noise Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Relay and Contactor Coils . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wires between Controls and Motors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Special Drive Situations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Control Enclosures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Special Motor Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Analog Signal Wires . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Section 6
Specifications and Product Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Specifications: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Operating Conditions: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Keypad Display: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Control Specifications: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Analog Inputs: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Analog Outputs: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Digital Inputs: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Digital Outputs: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Diagnostic Indications: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ratings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Terminal Tightening Torque Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mounting Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Size A Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Size B Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Size B2 Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Size C Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Size C2 Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Size C2 Control – Through–Wall Mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Size D Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Size D2 Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Size D2 Control – Through–Wall Mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Size E Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Size F Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Size G Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Size G2 Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Size G+ Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Size H Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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5-1
5-2
5-2
5-3
5-3
5-5
5-9
5-9
5-9
5-10
5-10
5-10
5-10
6-1
6-1
6-1
6-1
6-2
6-2
6-3
6-3
6-3
6-3
6-4
6-8
6-12
6-12
6-13
6-14
6-15
6-16
6-17
6-18
6-19
6-20
6-21
6-22
6-23
6-24
6-25
6-26
Table of Contents iii
Appendix A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
A-1
Dynamic Braking (DB) Hardware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
A-1
RGA Assemblies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
A-4
RBA Assemblies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
A-5
RTA Assemblies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
A-6
Appendix B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
B-1
Parameter Values . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
B-1
Appendix C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
C-1
Remote Keypad Mounting Template . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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iv Table of Contents
MN715
Section 1
Quick Start Guide
Overview
Quick Start Checklist
If you are an experienced user of Baldor controls, you are probably already familiar with
the keypad programming and keypad operation methods. If so, this quick start guide has
been prepared for you. This procedure will help get your system up and running in the
keypad mode quickly and will allow motor and control operation to be verified. This
procedure assumes that the Control, Motor and Dynamic Brake hardware are correctly
installed (see Section 3 for procedures) and that you have an understanding of the
keypad programming & operation procedures. It is not necessary to wire the terminal
strip to operate in the Keypad mode (Section 3 describes terminal strip wiring
procedures). The quick start procedure is as follows:
1.
Read the Safety Notice and Precautions in section 2 of this manual.
2.
Mount the control. Refer to Section 3, “Physical Location” procedure.
3.
Connect AC power. Refer to Section 3 “AC Line Connections”.
4.
Connect the motor. Refer to Section 3, “Motor Connections”.
5.
Install Dynamic brake hardware, if required. Refer to Section 3,
“Optional Dynamic Brake Hardware”.
6.
Plug in the keypad. Refer to Section 3, “Keypad Installation” procedure.
Check of electrical items.
1.
Verify AC line voltage at source matches control rating.
2.
Inspect all power connections for accuracy, workmanship and tightness as well
as compliance to codes.
3.
Verify control and motor are grounded to each other and the control is
connected to earth ground.
4.
Check all signal wiring for accuracy.
5.
Be certain all brake coils, contactors and relay coils have noise suppression.
This should be an R-C filter for AC coils and reverse polarity diodes for DC
coils. MOV type transient suppression is not adequate.
Check of Motors and Couplings
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1.
Verify freedom of motion of motor shaft.
2.
Verify that the motor coupling is tight without backlash.
3.
Verify the holding brakes if any, are properly adjusted to fully release and set to
the desired torque value.
Quick Start Guide 1-1
Section 1
General Information
Quick Start Procedure The following procedure will help get your system up and running in the keypad mode
quickly, and will allow you to prove the motor and control operation. This procedure
assumes that the Control, Motor and Dynamic Brake hardware are correctly installed (see
Section 3 for procedures) and that you have an understanding of the keypad
programming & operation procedures.
Initial Conditions
Be sure the Control (Physical Installation & AC Line Connections), Motor and Dynamic
Brake hardware are wired according to the procedures in Section 3 of this manual.
Become familiar with the keypad programming and keypad operation of the control as
described in Section 4 of this manual.
WARNING: Make sure that unexpected operation of the motor shaft during start
up will not cause injury to personnel or damage to equipment.
1.
Verify that any enable inputs to J4-8 are open.
2.
Turn power on. Be sure no faults are displayed on the keypad display.
3.
Set the Level 1 Input block, Operating Mode to “Keypad”.
4.
Be sure the Level 2 Protection block, Local Enable INP parameter is OFF and
the Level 2 Protection block, External Trip parameter is OFF.
5.
Set the Level 2 Output Limits block, “Operating Zone” parameter as desired
(STD CONST TQ, STD VAR TQ, QUIET CONST TQ or QUIET VAR TQ).
6.
Set the Level 2 Output Limits block, “MIN Output FREQ” parameter.
7.
Set the Level 2 Output Limits block, “MAX Output FREQ” parameter.
Note: JP1 is in position 2–3 as shipped from the factory (<120Hz operation).
For operation with MAX Output FREQ >120Hz, change the position of
JP1 to pins 1–2. Refer to Section 3 for jumper location.
8.
If the desired peak current limit setting is different than is automatically set by
the Operating Zone, set the Level 2 Output Limits block, “PK Current Limit”
parameter as desired.
9.
Enter the following motor data in the Level 2 Motor Data block parameters:
Motor Voltage (input)
Motor Rated Amps (FLA)
Motor Rated Speed (base speed)
Motor Rated Frequency
Motor Mag Amps (no load current)
10. If External Dynamic Brake hardware is used, set the Level 2 Brake Adjust
block, “Resistor Ohms” and “Resistor Watts” parameters.
11. Set the Level 1 V/HZ Boost block, “V/HZ Profile” parameter for the correct V/Hz
ratio for your application.
12. If the load is a high initial starting torque type, the torque boost and Accel time
may need to be increased. Set the Level 1 V/HZ Boost block, “Torque Boost”
and the Level 1 Accel/Decel Rate block, “ACCEL TIME #1” as required.
13. Select and program additional parameters to suit your application.
The control is now ready for use in keypad mode or the terminal strip may be wired and
the programming changed for another operating mode.
1-2 Quick Start Guide
MN715
Section 2
General Information
Overview
The Baldor Series 15H control is a PWM inverter motor control. The control converts AC
line power to fixed DC power. The DC power is then pulse width modulated into
synthesized three-phase AC line voltage for the motor. In this way, the control converts
the fixed input frequency to variable output frequency to cause the motor to have variable
speed operation.
The rated horsepower of the control is based on a NEMA design B four pole motor and
60Hz operation at nominal rated input voltage. If any other type of motor is used, or input
voltage other than 230, 460 or 575 VAC is applied to the input terminals, the control
should be sized to the motor using the rated current of the motor.
The Baldor Series 15H control may be used in many different applications. It may be
programmed by the user to operate in four different operating zones; standard constant
torque, standard variable torque, quiet constant torque or quiet variable torque. It can
also be configured to function in a number of operating modes for custom operation.
It is the responsibility of the user to determine the optimum operating zone and operating
mode for the application. These choices are programmed using the keypad as explained
in the programming section of this manual.
CE Compliance
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A custom unit may be required, contact Baldor. Compliance to Directive 89/336/EEC is
the responsibility of the system integrator. A control, motor and all system components
must have proper shielding grounding and filtering as described in MN1383. Please refer
to MN1383 for installation techniques for CE compliance.
General Information 2-1
Limited Warranty
For a period of two (2) years from the date of original purchase, BALDOR will
repair or replace without charge controls and accessories which our
examination proves to be defective in material or workmanship. This
warranty is valid if the unit has not been tampered with by unauthorized
persons, misused, abused, or improperly installed and has been used in
accordance with the instructions and/or ratings supplied. This warranty is in
lieu of any other warranty or guarantee expressed or implied. BALDOR
shall not be held responsible for any expense (including installation and
removal), inconvenience, or consequential damage, including injury to any
person or property caused by items of our manufacture or sale. (Some
states do not allow exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential
damages, so the above exclusion may not apply.) In any event, BALDOR’s
total liability, under all circumstances, shall not exceed the full purchase
price of the control. Claims for purchase price refunds, repairs, or
replacements must be referred to BALDOR with all pertinent data as to the
defect, the date purchased, the task performed by the control, and the
problem encountered. No liability is assumed for expendable items such as
fuses.
Goods may be returned only with written notification including a BALDOR
Return Authorization Number and any return shipments must be prepaid.
2-2 General Information
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Safety Notice:
This equipment contains voltages that may be as great as 1000 volts! Electrical shock
can cause serious or fatal injury. Only qualified personnel should attempt the start–up
procedure or troubleshoot this equipment.
This equipment may be connected to other machines that have rotating parts or parts
that are driven by this equipment. Improper use can cause serious or fatal injury. Only
qualified personnel should attempt the start–up procedure or troubleshoot this equipment.
PRECAUTIONS:
WARNING: Do not touch any circuit board, power device or electrical
connection before you first ensure that power has been
disconnected and there is no high voltage present from this
equipment or other equipment to which it is connected. Electrical
shock can cause serious or fatal injury. Only qualified personnel
should attempt the start–up procedure or troubleshoot this
equipment.
WARNING: Be sure that you are completely familiar with the safe operation of
this equipment. This equipment may be connected to other
machines that have rotating parts or parts that are controlled by
this equipment. Improper use can cause serious or fatal injury.
Only qualified personnel should attempt the start–up procedure or
troubleshoot this equipment.
WARNING: Do not use motor overload relays with an automatic reset feature.
These are dangerous since the process may injure someone if a
sudden or unexpected automatic restart occurs. If manual reset
relays are not available, disable the automatic restart feature using
external control wiring.
WARNING: This unit has an automatic restart feature that will start the motor
whenever input power is applied and a RUN (FWD or REV)
command is issued and maintained. If an automatic restart of the
motor could cause injury to personnel, the automatic restart feature
should be disabled by changing the “Restart Auto/Man” parameter
to MANUAL.
WARNING: Be sure the system is properly grounded before applying power.
Do not apply AC power before you ensure that grounds are
connected. Electrical shock can cause serious or fatal injury.
WARNING: Do not remove cover for at least five (5) minutes after AC power is
disconnected to allow capacitors to discharge. Electrical shock can
cause serious or fatal injury.
WARNING: Improper operation of control may cause violent motion of the
motor shaft and driven equipment. Be certain that unexpected
motor shaft movement will not cause injury to personnel or damage
to equipment. Peak torque of several times the rated motor torque
can occur during control failure.
WARNING: Motor circuit may have high voltage present whenever AC power is
applied, even when motor is not rotating. Electrical shock can
cause serious or fatal injury.
Continued on next page.
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General Information 2-3
Section 1
General Information
WARNING: Dynamic brake resistors may generate enough heat to ignite
combustible materials. Keep all combustible materials and
flammable vapors away from brake resistors.
2-4 General Information
Caution:
Suitable for use on a circuit capable of delivering not more than the
RMS symmetrical short circuit amperes listed here at rated voltage.
Horsepower RMS Symmetrical Amperes
1–50
5,000
51–200
10,000
201–400
18,000
401–600
30,000
601–900
42,000
Caution:
Do not supply any power on the External Trip (motor thermostat)
leads at J4-16 or J4-17 as the control may be damaged. Use a dry
contact type that requires no external power to operate.
Caution:
Disconnect motor leads (T1, T2 and T3) from control before you
perform a “Megger” test on the motor. Failure to disconnect motor
from the control will result in extensive damage to the control. The
control is tested at the factory for high voltage / leakage resistance
as part of Underwriter Laboratory requirements.
Caution:
Do not connect AC power to the Motor terminals T1, T2 and T3.
Connecting AC power to these terminals may result in damage to
the control.
Caution:
Baldor recommends not using “Grounded Leg Delta” transformer
power leads that may create ground loops and provide unstable
power to the motor controller. Instead, we recommend using a four
wire Wye.
Caution:
If the DB hardware mounting is in any position other than vertical,
the DB hardware must be derated by 35% of its rated capacity.
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Section 3
Receiving & Installation
Receiving & Inspection
Physical Installation
When you receive your control, there are several things you should do immediately.
1.
Observe the condition of the shipping container and report any damage
immediately to the commercial carrier that delivered your control.
2.
Verify that the control you received is the same as listed on your purchase
order.
3.
If the control is to be stored for several weeks before use, be sure that it is
stored in a location that conforms to published storage specifications. (Refer to
Section 6 of this manual).
The mounting location of the control is important. It should be installed in an area that is
protected from direct sunlight, corrosives, harmful gases or liquids, dust, metallic
particles, and vibration.
Several other factors should be carefully evaluated when selecting a location for
installation:
1.
For effective cooling and maintenance, the control should be mounted on a
smooth, non-flammable vertical surface. Table 3-1 lists the Watts Loss ratings
for enclosure sizing.
2.
At least two inches clearance must be provided on all sides for airflow.
3.
Front access must be provided to allow the control cover to be opened or
removed for service and to allow viewing of the Keypad Display.
4.
Altitude derating. Up to 3300 feet (1000 meters), no derating required. Above
3300 feet, derate peak output current by 2% for each 1000 feet above 3300
feet.
5.
Temperature derating. Up to 40°C, no derating required. Above 40°C, derate
peak output current by 2% per °C above 40°C.
Maximum ambient is 55°C.
Table 3-1 Series 15H Watts Loss Ratings
Enclosure Size
230VAC
460VAC
575VAC
2.5kHz PWM
8.0kHz PWM
2.5kHz PWM
8.0kHz PWM
2.5kHz PWM
8.0kHz PWM
A, B and B2
14 Watts/
Amp
17 Watts/
Amp
17 Watts/
Amp
26 Watts/
Amp
18 Watts/
Amp
28 Watts/
Amp
C, C2, D, D2, E and F
12 Watts/
Amp
15 Watts/
Amp
15 Watts/
Amp
23Watts/
Amp
19Watts/
Amp
29 Watts/
Amp
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G
15 Watts/
Amp
H
15 Watts/
Amp
19Watts/
Amp
Receiving & Installation 3-1
Section 1
General Information
Control Installation
The control must be securely fastened to the mounting surface at the mounting holes.
Shock Mounting
If the control will be subjected to levels of shock greater than 1G or vibration greater than
0.5G at 10 to 60Hz, the control should be shock mounted.
Through the Wall Mounting
Control sizes B2, C2 and D2 are designed for panel or through the wall installation. Refer
to Section 6 of this manual for drawings and dimensions of the through the wall mounting
kits.
Keypad Installation
Procedure:
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1.
Refer to the Remote Keypad Installation procedure and mount the keypad.
2.
Connect the keypad cable to the keypad connector of the main control board.
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Section 1
General Information
Optional Remote Keypad Installation The keypad may be remotely mounted using optional Baldor keypad
extension cable. Keypad assembly (white - DC00005A-01; gray - DC00005A-02) comes
complete with the screws and gasket required to mount it to an enclosure. When the
keypad is properly mounted to a NEMA Type 4X enclosure, it retains the Type 4X rating.
Mounting Instruction:
Mounting Instructions:
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Tools Required:
•
Center punch, tap handle, screwdrivers (Phillips and straight) and crescent
wrench.
•
8-32 tap and #29 drill bit (for tapped mounting holes) or #19 drill (for clearance
mounting holes).
•
1-1/4″ standard knockout punch (1-11/16″ nominal diameter).
•
RTV sealant.
•
(4) 8-32 nuts and lock washers.
•
Extended 8-32 screws (socket fillister) are required if the mounting surface is
thicker than 12 gauge and is not tapped (clearance mounting holes).
•
Remote keypad mounting template. A tear out copy is provided at the end of
this manual for your convenience. (Photo copy or tear out.)
For tapped mounting holes
1. Locate a flat 4″ wide x 5.5″ minimum high mounting surface. Material should
be sufficient thickness (14 gauge minimum).
2. Place the template on the mounting surface or mark the holes as shown.
3. Accurately center punch the 4 mounting holes (marked A) and the large
knockout (marked B).
4. Drill four #29 mounting holes (A). Thread each hole using an 8-32 tap.
5. Locate the 1-1/4″ knockout center (B) and punch using the manufacturers
instructions.
6. Debur knockout and mounting holes making sure the panel stays clean and flat.
7. Apply RTV to the 4 holes marked (A).
8. Assemble the keypad to the panel. Use 8–32 screws, nuts and lock washers.
9. From the inside of the panel, apply RTV over each of the four mounting screws
and nuts. Cover a 3/4″ area around each screw while making sure to completely
encapsulate the nut and washer.
For clearance mounting holes
1. Locate a flat 4″ wide x 5.5″ minimum high mounting surface. Material should
be sufficient thickness (14 gauge minimum).
2. Place the template on the mounting surface or mark the holes as shown on the
template.
3. Accurately center punch the 4 mounting holes (marked A) and the large
knockout (marked B).
4. Drill four #19 clearance holes (A).
5. Locate the 1-1/4″ knockout center (B) and punch using the manufacturers
instructions.
6. Debur knockout and mounting holes making sure the panel stays clean and flat.
7. Apply RTV to the 4 holes marked (A).
8. Assemble the keypad to the panel. Use 8–32 screws, nuts and lock washers.
9. From the inside of the panel, apply RTV over each of the four mounting screws
and nuts. Cover a 3/4″ area around each screw while making sure to completely
encapsulate the nut and washer.
Receiving & Installation 3-3
Section 1
General Information
Electrical Installation
To make electrical connections, use UL listed closed loop connectors that are of
appropriate size for wire gauge being used. Connectors are to be installed using crimp
tool specified by the manufacturer of the connector. Only Class 1 wiring should be used.
Baldor Series H controls feature UL approved adjustable motor overload protection
suitable for motors rated at no less than 50% of the output rating of the control. Other
governing agencies such as NEC may require separate over-current protection. The
installer of this equipment is responsible for complying with the National Electric Code
and any applicable local codes which govern such practices as wiring protection,
grounding, disconnects and other current protection.
System Grounding
Baldor Controls are designed to be powered from standard three phase lines that are
electrically symmetrical with respect to ground. System grounding is an important step in
the overall installation to prevent problems. The recommended grounding method is
shown in Figure 3-1.
Figure 3-1 Recommended System Grounding
JOG
LOCAL
FWD
DISP
REV
SHIFT
STOP
RESET
PROG
ENTER
Series H
Note: A line reactor is recommended
and must be ordered separately.
AC Main Supply
L1 L2 L3
T1 T2 T3
Note: A load reactor is recommended
and must be ordered separately.
L1
Line
Reactor
L2
Load
Reactor
L3
Earth
Safety
Ground
Four Wire
“Wye”
Driven Earth
Ground Rod
(Plant Ground)
Route all 4 wires L1, L2, L3 and Earth
(Ground) together in conduit or cable.
Route all 4 wires T1, T2, T3 and Motor
Ground together in conduit or cable.
Ground per NEC and
Local codes.
Connect all wires (including motor ground)
inside the motor terminal box.
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Section 1
General Information
System Grounding Continued
Ungrounded Distribution System
With an ungrounded power distribution system it is possible to have a continuous current
path to ground through the MOV devices. To avoid equipment damage, an isolation
transformer with a grounded secondary is recommended. This provides three phase AC
power that is symmetrical with respect to ground.
Input Power Conditioning
Baldor controls are designed for direct connection to standard three phase lines that are
electrically symmetrical with respect to ground. Certain power line conditions must be
avoided. An AC line reactor or an isolation transformer may be required for some power
conditions.
Line Impedance
If the feeder or branch circuit that provides power to the control has
permanently connected power factor correction capacitors, an input AC line
reactor or an isolation transformer must be connected between the power factor
correction capacitors and the control.
If the feeder or branch circuit that provides power to the control has power
factor correction capacitors that are switched on line and off line, the capacitors
must not be switched while the control is connected to the AC power line. If the
capacitors are switched on line while the control is still connected to the AC
power line, additional protection is required. TVSS (Transient Voltage Surge
Suppressor) of the proper rating must be installed between the AC line reactor
or an isolation transformer and the AC input to the control.
The Baldor control requires a minimum line impedance. If the impedance of the incoming
power does not meet the requirement for the control, a 3 phase line reactor can be used
to provide the needed impedance in most cases. Line reactors are optional and are
available from Baldor.
Control Size
Line Impedance Required
A, B, C, D, E
3%
B2, C2, D2, F, G, G2, G+, H
1%
The input impedance of the power lines can be determined as follows:
Measure the line to line voltage at no load and at full rated load.
Use these measured values to calculate impedance as follows:
(Volts No Load Speed * Volts Full Load Speed)
%Impedance +
100
(Volts No Load Speed)
Line Reactors
Three phase line reactors are available from Baldor. The line reactor to order is based on
the full load current of the motor (FLA). If providing your own line reactor, use the
following formula to calculate the minimum inductance required.
(V L*L
0.03)
L +
Ǹ
(I
3 377)
Where:
Load Reactors
L
VL-L
0.03
I
377
Minimum inductance in Henries.
Input volts measured line to line.
Desired percentage of input impedance.
Input current rating of control.
Constant used with 60Hz power.
Use 314 if input power is 50Hz.
Line reactors may be used at the control output to the motor. When used this way, they
are called Load Reactors. Load reactors serve several functions that include:
Protect the control from a short circuit at the motor.
Limit the rate of rise of motor surge currents.
Slowing the rate of change of power the control delivers to the motor.
Load reactors should be installed as close to the control as possible. Selection should be
based on the motor nameplate FLA value.
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AC Main Circuit
Power Disconnect
A power disconnect should be installed between the input power service and the control
for a fail safe method to disconnect power. The control will remain in a powered-up
condition until all input power is removed from the control and the internal bus voltage is
depleted.
Protective Devices
Recommended fuse sizes are based on the following:
115% of maximum continuous current for time delay.
150% of maximum continuous current for Fast or Very Fast action.
Note: These general size recommendations do not consider harmonic currents or
ambient temperatures greater than 40°C.
Be sure a suitable input power protection device is installed. Use the recommended
circuit breaker or fuses listed in tables 3-2 through 3-4 (Wire Size and Protection
Devices). Input and output wire size is based on the use of copper conductor wire rated
at 75 °C. The table is specified for NEMA B motors.
Circuit Breaker:
1 phase, thermal magnetic.
Equal to GE type THQ or TEB for 230VAC
3 phase, thermal magnetic.
Equal to GE type THQ or TEB for 230VAC or
Equal to GE type TED for 460VAC and 575VAC.
Fast Action Fuses:
230VAC, Buss KTN
460VAC, Buss KTS to 600A (KTU for 601 to 1200A)
575VAC, Buss KTS TO 600A (KTU for 601 to 1200A)
Very Fast Action:
230VAC, Buss JJN
460VAC, Buss JJS
575VAC, Buss JJS
Time Delay Fuses:
230VAC, Buss FRN
460VAC, Buss FRS to 600A (KLU for 601 to 1200A)
575VAC, Buss FRS to 600A (KLU for 601 to 1200A)
Wire Size and Protection Devices
Table 3-2 230VAC Controls (3 Phase) Wire Size and Protection Devices
Control Rating
Amps
HP
3
0.75
4
1
7
2
10
3
16
5
22
7.5
28
10
42
15
54
20
68
25
80
30
104
40
130
50
145
60
192
75
Input Breaker
(Amps)
40
60
70
90
100
150
175
200
250
Input Fuse (Amps)
Fast Acting
Time Delay
5
4
6
5
10
9
15
12
25
20
30
30
45
35
70
60
80
70
100
90
125
110
175
150
200
175
225
200
300
250
Wire Gauge
AWG
mm2
14
2.5
14
2.5
14
2.5
14
2.5
12
3.31
10
5.26
8
8.37
6
13.3
6
13.3
4
21.2
3
26.7
1
42.4
1/0
53.5
2/0
67.4
4/0
107.0
Note: All wire sizes are based on 75°C copper wire. Higher temperature smaller gauge wire may be used per NEC
and local codes. Recommended fuses/breakers are based on 40°C ambient, maximum continuous control
output current and no harmonic current.
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Table 3-3 460VAC Controls (3 Phase) Wire Size and Protection Devices
Control Rating
Amps
HP
2
0.75
2
1
4
2
5
3
8
5
11
7.5
14
10
21
15
27
20
34
25
40
30
52
40
65
50
77
60
96
75
124
100
156
125
180
150
240
200
302
250
361
300
414
350
477
400
515
450
590
500
Input Breaker
(Amps)
30
40
50
50
70
90
100
125
175
200
225
300
400
450
500
600
650
750
Input Fuse (Amps)
Fast Acting
Time Delay
2
2
3
2.5
6
5
8
7
12
10
20
15
25
20
30
25
40
35
50
45
60
50
80
70
100
90
125
100
150
125
200
175
250
200
300
250
350
300
450
400
600
450
650
500
750
600
800
700
900
800
Wire Gauge
AWG
mm2
14
2.5
14
2.5
14
2.5
14
2.5
14
2.5
14
2.5
12
3.31
10
5.26
10
5.26
8
8.37
8
8.37
6
13.3
4
21.2
3
26.7
2
33.6
1/0
53.5
2/0
67.4
3/0
85.0
(2) 2/0
(2) 67.4
(2) 4/0
(2) 107.0
(3) 2/0
(3) 67.4
(3) 3/0
(3) 85.0
(3) 4/0
(3) 107.0
(3) 250MCM (3) 127.0
(3) 300MCM (3) 152.0
Note: All wire sizes are based on 75°C copper wire. Higher temperature smaller gauge wire may be used per NEC
and local codes. Recommended fuses/breakers are based on 40°C ambient, maximum continuous control
output current and no harmonic current.
MN715
Receiving & Installation 3-7
Table 3-4 575VAC Controls (3 Phase) Wire Size and Protection Devices
Control Rating
Amps
HP
1.1
0.75
1.4
1
2.7
2
3.9
3
6.1
5
9.0
7.5
11
10
17
15
22
20
27
25
32
30
41
40
52
50
62
60
77
75
99
100
125
125
144
150
192
200
242
250
289
300
336
350
382
400
412
450
472
500
Input Breaker
(Amps)
25
30
40
40
60
70
80
100
125
175
200
250
300
400
450
500
500
600
Input Fuse (Amps)
Fast Acting
Time Delay
2
1.5
2.5
2
5
4
6
5
10
9
15
12
20
15
30
25
35
30
40
35
50
40
60
50
80
70
100
80
125
100
150
125
200
175
225
200
300
250
350
300
450
400
500
450
600
500
650
500
750
600
Wire Gauge
AWG
mm2
14
2.5
14
2.5
14
2.5
14
2.5
14
2.5
14
2.5
14
2.5
12
3.31
10
5.26
10
5.26
8
8.37
8
8.37
6
13.3
6
13.3
4
21.2
3
26.7
1/0
53.5
2/0
67.4
4/0
107.0
(2) 2/0
(2) 67.4
(2) 3/0
(2) 85.0
(3) 2/0
(3) 67.4
(3) 3/0
(3) 85.0
(3) 3/0
(3) 85.0
(3) 4/0
(3) 107.0
Note: All wire sizes are based on 75°C copper wire. Higher temperature smaller gauge wire may be used per NEC
and local codes. Recommended fuses/breakers are based on 40°C ambient, maximum continuous control
output current and no harmonic current.
3-8 Receiving & Installation
MN715
Figure 3-2 Series 15H Control
Expansion Board
Motor Control Board
J4
Analog GND
Analog Input 1
Pot Reference
Analog Input +2
Analog Input –2
Analog Out 1
Analog Out 2
Input 1
Input 2
Input 3
Input 4
Input 5
Input 6
Input 7
Input 8
Input 9
Opto In Common
J3
Keypad
Connector
3
2
1
JP1
JP2
1 2 3
1
JP4
JP3
1 2 3
1 2 3
44
22
J4 Terminal Strip
See recommended Terminal Tightening Torques in Section 6.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
J4-39 & 40 Jumper as shown to power the opto
inputs from the internal +24VDC supply.
Note: J4-18 and 41 are connected
together on the control circuit board.
Opto Out Common
Opto Out #1
15
16
17
18
19
39
40
41
Opto Out #1 Return
Opto Out #2
Relay Out #1
Relay Out #2
20
21
22
42
43
44
Opto Out #2 Return
Relay Out #1 Return
Relay Out #2 Return
+24VDC
Opto In Power
Table 3-5 Control Board Jumpers
Jumper
JP1
JP2
JP3
JP4
MN715
Jumper Position
1–2
2–3
1–2
2–3
1–2
2–3
1–2
2–3
Description of Jumper Position Setting
400 Hz Maximum Output Frequency.
120 Hz Maximum Output Frequency. (Factory Setting)
4–20mA Speed Command Signal.
0-5 or 0-10VDC Speed Command Signal. (Factory Setting)
Relay1 Normally Open (N.O.) contact.
Relay1 Normally Closed (N.C.) contact.
Relay2 Normally Open (N.O.) contact.
Relay2 Normally Closed (N.C.) contact.
Receiving & Installation 3-9
AC Line Connections
Reduced Input Voltage Derating All power ratings stated in Section 6 are for the stated nominal AC input
voltages (230, 460 or 575VAC). The power rating of the control must be reduced when
operating at a reduced input voltage. The amount of reduction is the ratio of the voltage
change.
Examples:
A 10hp, 230VAC control operating at 208VAC has a reduced power rating of 9.04hp.
208VAC + 9.04hp
10HP
230VAC
Likewise, a 10hp, 460VAC control operating at 380VAC has a reduced power rating of
8.26hp.
380VAC + 8.26hp
10HP
460VAC
To obtain the full output rating of 10hp in either case requires a 15hp Control.
380-400VAC Operation Be sure all power to the control is disconnected before proceeding.
Size A, B, B2, C2 and D2 controls may be used directly with a 380-400VAC power
source, control modification is not necessary.
Size C, D, E, F and G controls all require modification for operation on the reduced line
voltage.
Tap change procedure (size C, D, E and F controls)
1.
Be sure drive operation is terminated and secured.
2.
Remove all power sources from the control. If power has been applied, wait at
least 5 minutes for bus capacitors to discharge.
3.
Remove or open the front cover and locate the control transformer (Figure 3-3).
4.
Remove the wire from terminal 5.
5.
Place the wire that was removed from terminal 5 onto terminal 4.
6.
Install or close the front cover.
Figure 3-3 Control Transformer Identification
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Section 1
General Information
Control Transformer Tap Change Procedure (size G controls).
1.
Be sure drive operation is terminated and control is disabled.
2.
Remove all power sources from the control. If power has been applied, wait at
least 5 minutes for bus capacitors to discharge.
3.
Remove or open the front cover and locate the control transformer (Figure 3-4).
4.
Remove the wires from the two right side terminals.
5.
Place the wires on the center terminals as shown.
6.
Install or close the front cover.
Figure 3-4 Configuring the Control Transformer Terminal Block for 380 - 400VAC (Size G)
460VAC
380 - 400VAC
3 Phase Installation
The AC power connections are shown in Figure 3-5.
Figure 3-5 3 Phase AC Power Connections
L1
L2
L3
L1
Earth
Note 1
* Circuit
Breaker
L2
L3
Alternate *
Fuse
Connection
Note 2
Note 1
Note 3
A1
Note 4
B1
C1
A1
B1
C1
* Optional components not provided with control.
*Optional
Line
Reactor
A2
B2
Notes:
C2
Note 3
L1
L2
L3
Baldor
Series 15H
Control
1.
See “Protective Devices” described previously in this section.
2.
Use same gauge wire for Earth ground as is used for L1, L2 and L3.
3.
Metal conduit should be used. Connect conduits so the use of a
Reactor or RC Device does not interrupt EMI/RFI shielding.
4.
See Line/Load Reactors described previously in this section.
See Recommended Tightening Torques in Section 6.
MN715
Receiving & Installation 3-11
Table 3-6 and 3-7 list the wire size for the input AC power wires. Motor leads should be
sized from the 3 phase tables.
Table 3-6 Single Phase Rating Wire Size and Protection Devices - 230 VAC Controls*
Control Rating
Amps
HP
6.9
0.75
8.0
1
12
2
17
3
28
5
40
7.5
50
10
68
15
88
20
110
25
136
30
176
40
216
50
Input Breaker
(Amps)
10
10
15
25
40
50
70
90
110
150
175
225
275
Input Fuse (Amps)
Fast Acting
Time Delay
10
9
12
10
20
17.5
25
25
45
35
60
50
80
70
110
90
150
125
175
150
200
175
250
250
350
300
Wire Gauge
AWG
mm2
14
2.5
14
2.5
14
2.5
12
3.31
10
5.26
8
8.37
6
13.3
4
21.2
3
26.7
2
33.6
1/0
53.5
3/0
85.0
(2) 1/0
(2) 53.5
Table 3-7 Single Phase Rating Wire Size and Protection Devices - 460 VAC Controls*
Control Rating
Amps
HP
3.5
0.75
4.0
1
6.0
2
8.5
3
14
5
20
7.5
25
10
34
15
44
20
55
25
68
30
88
40
108
50
Input Breaker
(Amps)
5
5
7.5
12.5
17.5
25
40
45
60
70
90
110
150
Input Fuse (Amps)
Fast Acting
Time Delay
5
5
6
5.6
10
8
15
12
20
20
30
25
40
30
50
45
70
60
80
70
100
90
150
125
175
150
Wire Gauge
AWG
mm2
14
2.5
14
2.5
14
2.5
14
2.5
12
3.31
10
5.26
10
5.26
8
8.37
8
8.37
6
13.3
4
21.2
3
26.7
2
33.6
*Note: All wire sizes are based on 75°C copper wire. Higher temperature smaller gauge wire may be used per NEC
and local codes. Recommended fuses/breakers are based on 40°C ambient, maximum continuous control
output current and no harmonic current.
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Section 1
General Information
Single Phase Input Power Considerations Single phase operation of G and H size controls is not possible.
Single phase AC input power can be used to power the control instead of three phase for
control sizes A, B, B2, C, C2, D, D2, E and F. The specifications and control sizes are
listed in Section 6 of this manual. If single phase power is to be used, the rated
Horsepower of the control may have to be reduced (derated). In addition, power wiring
and jumper changes are required. Single phase 3 wire connections are standard in the
USA. However, single phase 2 wire connection is used in most of the world. Both
connections types are shown.
Single phase rating wire size and protection devices are listed in Tables 3-6 and 3-7.
Single Phase Control Derating: Single phase power derating requires that the continuous and peak current ratings
of the control be reduced by the following percentages:
1.
1-2 hp 230 and 460VAC controls:
No derating required.
2.
3-25 hp (Size B, B2 and C2) 230 and 460VAC controls:
Derate hp by 40% of the nameplate rating.
3.
15 hp (Size C, D2) and Larger 230 and 460VAC controls:
Derate hp by 50% of the nameplate rating.
Size A, B and B2 Single Phase Power Installation (See Figure 3-6).
Jumper Configuration
Size A, B and B2 controls, no jumper changes required.
Figure 3-6 Size A, B & B2 Single Phase 230/460VAC Power Connections
Single phase 3 wire Connections
L1
Single phase 2 wire Connections
Earth
Note 1
* Circuit
Breaker
* Circuit
Breaker
Note 3
Note 4
B1
A1
*Line
Reactor
*Optional
Line
Reactor
L2
* Fuse
Connection
L1 Neutral
Note 2
A1
L1
L2
Note 1
*
A1
B1
Optional components
not provided with control.
A2
A2
B2
Note 3
Notes:
L1
L2
L3
Baldor
Series 15H
Control
1.
See “Protective Devices” described previously in this section.
2.
Use same gauge wire for Earth ground as is used for L1, L2 and L3.
3.
Metal conduit should be used. Connect conduits so the use of a
Reactor or RC Device does not interrupt EMI/RFI shielding.
4.
See Line/Load Reactors described previously in this section.
See Recommended Tightening Torques in Section 6.
MN715
Receiving & Installation 3-13
Size C2 Single Phase Power Installation
Jumper Configuration
Locate the Interface board, and place JP7 on pins 2 & 3 for single phase operation.
Figure 3-7 Jumper Configuration
Control Board
JP7
Pins 1 & 2 = Three Phase
Pins 2 & 3 = Single Phase
JP7
Interface Board
Bend plastic insulator upward
to access the Interface Board.
Figure 3-8 Size C2 Single Phase 230/460VAC Power Connections
Single phase 3 wire Connections
L1
Single phase 2 wire Connections
Earth
Note 1
* Circuit
Breaker
* Circuit
Breaker
Note 3
Note 4
B1
A1
*Line
Reactor
*Optional
Line
Reactor
L2
* Fuse
Connection
L1 Neutral
Note 2
A1
L1
L2
Note 1
*
A1
B1
Optional components
not provided with control.
A2
A2
B2
Note 3
Notes:
L1
L2
L3
Baldor
Series 15H
Control
1.
See “Protective Devices” described previously in this section.
2.
Use same gauge wire for Earth ground as is used for L1, L2 and L3.
3.
Metal conduit should be used. Connect conduits so the use of a
Reactor or RC Device does not interrupt EMI/RFI shielding.
4.
See Line/Load Reactors described previously in this section.
See Recommended Tightening Torques in Section 6.
3-14 Receiving & Installation
MN715
Section 1
General Information
Size C and D Single Phase Power Installation
Jumper Configuration
Place JP2 on pins 1 & 2 for control single phase operation.
Place JP3 in position B for single phase operation of cooling fan.
Figure 3-9 Jumper Configuration
JP2
JP2
Pins 1 & 2 = Single Phase
Pins 2 & 3 = Three Phase
A
1
JP3
Position A = Three Phase
Position B = Single Phase
JP3
B
Figure 3-10 Size C & D Single Phase 230/460VAC Power Connections
Single phase 3 wire Connections
L1
Note 1
L2
* Circuit
Breaker
Single phase 2 wire Connections
Earth
* Circuit
Breaker
Note 3
Note 4
C1
A1
*Line
Reactor
*Optional
Line
Reactor
L2
* Fuse
Connection
L1 Neutral
Note 2
B1
L1
Note 1
*
A1
B1
Optional components
not provided with control.
A2
B2
C2
Note 3
Notes:
L1
L2
L3
Baldor
Series 15H
Control
1.
See “Protective Devices” described previously in this section.
2.
Use same gauge wire for Earth ground as is used for L1, L2 and L3.
3.
Metal conduit should be used. Connect conduits so the use of a
Reactor or RC Device does not interrupt EMI/RFI shielding.
4.
See Line/Load Reactors described previously in this section.
See Recommended Tightening Torques in Section 6.
MN715
Receiving & Installation 3-15
Size D2 Single Phase Power Installation
Jumper Configuration
Locate the Interface board, and place J100 on pins 2 & 3 for single phase operation.
Figure 3-11 Jumper Configuration
J100
Pins 1 & 2 = Three Phase
Pins 2 & 3 = Single Phase
J100
1
2
3
Figure 3-12 Size D2 Single Phase 230/460VAC Power Connections
Single phase 3 wire Connections
L1
Single phase 2 wire Connections
Earth
Note 1
L1
L2
* Circuit
Breaker
* Fuse
Connection
L1 Neutral
* Circuit
Breaker
Note 2
L2
Note 1
A1
B1
Note 3
A1
Note 4
B1
A1
*Line
Reactor
*Optional
Line
Reactor
*
Optional components
not provided with control.
A2
A2
B2
Note 3
Notes:
L1
L2
L3
Baldor
Series 15H
Control
1.
See “Protective Devices” described previously in this section.
2.
Use same gauge wire for Earth ground as is used for L1, L2 and L3.
3.
Metal conduit should be used. Connect conduits so the use of a
Reactor or RC Device does not interrupt EMI/RFI shielding.
4.
See Line/Load Reactors described previously in this section.
See Recommended Tightening Torques in Section 6.
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Size E Single Phase Power Installation
Figure 3-13 Jumper Configuration
Place JP1 on the High Voltage Circuit Board across pins 1 and 2.
JP1
JP1
Pins 1 & 2 = Single Phase
Pins 2 & 3 = Three Phase
1
Figure 3-14 Size E Single Phase 230/460VAC Power Connections
Single phase 3 wire Connections
L1
Single phase 2 wire Connections
Earth
Note 1
* Circuit
Breaker
Note 3
Note 4
B1
A1
*Line
Reactor
*Optional
Line
Reactor
L2
* Fuse
Connection
L1 Neutral
* Circuit
Breaker
A1
L1
L2
Note 1
*
A1
B1
Optional components
not provided with control.
A2
A2
B2
Note 3
L1
L2
L3
Notes:
1.
Baldor
Series 15H
Control
See “Protective Devices” described previously in this section.
2.
Use same gauge wire for Earth ground as is used for L1, L2 and L3.
3.
Metal conduit should be used. Connect conduits so the use of a
Reactor or RC Device does not interrupt EMI/RFI shielding.
4.
See Line/Load Reactors described previously in this section.
See Recommended Tightening Torques in Section 6.
MN715
Receiving & Installation 3-17
Size F Single Phase Power Installation
Figure 3-15 Jumper Configuration
JP2
Place JP2 on the High Voltage Circuit Board across pins 1 and 2.
1
JP2
Pins 1 & 2 = Single Phase
Pins 2 & 3 = Three Phase
Figure 3-16 Size F Single Phase 230/460VAC Power Connections
Single phase 3 wire Connections
L1
Note 1
L2
* Circuit
Breaker
Single phase 2 wire Connections
Earth
* Circuit
Breaker
Note 3
Note 4
C1
A1
*Line
Reactor
*Optional
Line
Reactor
Note 1
*
A1
B1
Optional components
not provided with control.
A2
B2
C2
Note 3
L1
L2
* Fuse
Connection
L1 Neutral
Note 2
B1
L1
L2
L3
Baldor
Series 15H
Control
Notes:
1.
See “Protective Devices” described previously in this section.
2.
Use same gauge wire for Earth ground as is used for L1, L2 and L3.
3.
Metal conduit should be used. Connect conduits so the use of a
Reactor or RC Device does not interrupt EMI/RFI shielding.
4.
See Line/Load Reactors described previously in this section.
See Recommended Tightening Torques in Section 6.
3-18 Receiving & Installation
MN715
Section 1
General Information
Motor Brake Connections For motors with spring set brakes, connect the brake power leads and the motor power
leads separately. Because the inverter has variable voltage output to the motor, the
inverter may not supply enough power at low frequencies for proper brake operation. If
using a motor with an internally connected brake, the brake power leads must be
connected to a separate power source for proper brake operation.
Motor Connections
Motor connections are shown in Figure 3-17.
Figure 3-17 Motor Connections
Notes:
1.
Baldor
Series 15H
Control
T1
T2
Metal conduit should be used. Connect conduits so the use of Load
Reactor or RC Device does not interrupt EMI/RFI shielding.
2.
See Line/Load Reactors described previously in this section.
3.
Use same gauge wire for Earth ground as for L1, L2 and L3.
T3
Note 1
A1
Note 2
B1
C1
*Optional
Load
Reactor
* Optional components not provided with control.
A2
B2
C2
Note 1
Note 3
T2 T3
T1
G
See Recommended Tightening Torques in Section 6.
* AC Motor
M-Contactor
If required by local codes or for safety reasons, an M-Contactor (motor circuit contactor)
may be installed. However, incorrect installation or failure of the M-contactor or wiring
may damage the control. If an M-Contactor is installed, the control must be disabled for
at least 20msec before the M-Contactor is opened or the control may be damaged.
M-Contactor connections are shown in Figure 3-18.
Figure 3-18 M-Contactor Diagram
T1
T2
T3
To Power Source
(Rated Coil Voltage)
M
M
* Optional
RC Device
Electrocube
RG1781-3
M
T2 T3
T1
M=Contacts of optional M-Contactor
* M-Contactor
G
* Motor
*
M Enable
J4
7
8
9
Note: Close “Enable”
after “M” contact closure.
See Recommended Tightening Torques in Section 6.
MN715
Receiving & Installation 3-19
Optional Dynamic Brake Hardware
Dynamic Brake (DB) Hardware must be installed on a flat, non-flammable, vertical
surface for effective cooling and operation. Refer to MN701 (for RGA, RBA and RTA
assemblies).
Electrical Installation
Terminal connections for DB hardware is determined by the Control model number suffix
(E, EO, ER or MO). See Figure 3-19 for terminal identification. Refer to Tables NO TAG
and 3-8 for wire size information.
Figure 3-19 DB Terminal Identification
Figure 3-20 Wiring for RGA Assembly
“E” or “W” suffix
R2
B+/R1
Note:
Although not shown, metal
conduit should be used to shield all
power wires and motor leads.
B-
Control
Terminals
(May be labeled GND or
“EO” or “MO” suffix
)
GND
DB Terminals
R2
R2
B+/R1
R1
Optional
Dynamic Brake
(RGA)
MOTOR
T3
B+
B-
GND
D1
D2
T3
GND T2
T1
GND
“ER” suffix
R2
B+/R1
T2
T1
L3
50/60 Hz
3 Phase
Power
B-
L2
L1
GND
Optional Customer Supplied
Breaker or Fuse Protection Subject to Local Codes
GND
See recommended Terminal Tightening Torques in Section 6.
Figure 3-21 Wiring for RBA Assembly
Control
Terminals
D1
D2
(May be labeled GND or
Shielded
Twisted Pair
Figure 3-22 Wiring for RTA Assembly
DB Assembly
Terminals
Control
Terminals
D1
D1
D2
D2
D2
Optional
Dynamic Brake
(RBA)
(May be labeled GND or
B+
GND
B-
B-
B+
B+
B+
MOTOR
T3
T3
50/60 Hz
3 Phase
Power
T3
GND T2
T1
T2
T1
L3
Note:
Although not shown, metal
conduit should be used to shield all
power wires and motor leads.
L2
L1
Optional Customer Supplied
Breaker or Fuse Protection Subject to Local Codes
Optional
Dynamic Brake
(RTA)
)
B-
MOTOR
T3
GND T2
T1
DB Assembly
Terminals
D1
)
GND
B-
Shielded
Twisted Pair
GND
3-20 Receiving & Installation
See recommended Terminal
Tightening Torques in Section 6.
R1 R2
T2
T1
R1 R2
50/60 Hz
3 Phase
Power
L3
L2
Optional
RGA
Assembly
L1
Optional Customer Supplied
Breaker or Fuse Protection Subject to Local Codes
GND
See recommended Terminal
Tightening Torques in Section 6.
MN715
Section 1
General Information
Table 3-8 Dynamic Brake Wire Size for RGA, RBA and RTA Assemblies
Control
Voltage Rating
VAC
Braking Option
Watts Rating
230
230
230
230
460
460
460
460
575
575
575
575
<2,000
2,100 – 5,000
5,100 – 10,000
>10,000
<4,000
4,100 – 10,000
10,100 – 20,000
>20,000
<4,000
4,100 – 10,000
10,100 – 20,000
>20,000
MN715
B+ / B- and R1 / R2 /
Terminals
Wire Size
AWG
mm2
16
1.31
14
2.08
10
6
8
10
16
1.31
14
2.08
10
6
8
10
16
1.31
14
2.08
10
6
8
10
Volt
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
D1 / D2 /
Terminals
Wire Size
AWG
mm2
20-22
0.5
20-22
0.5
20-22
0.5
20-22
0.5
20-22
0.5
20-22
0.5
20-22
0.5
20-22
0.5
20-22
0.5
20-22
0.5
20-22
0.5
20-22
0.5
Volt
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
Receiving & Installation 3-21
Selection of Operating Mode (and Connection Diagram)
Several operating modes are available in the Series 15H Inverter control. These
operating modes define the basic motor control setup and the operation of the input and
output terminals. These operating modes are selected by programming the Operating
Mode parameter in the Input programming Block. Available operating modes include:
•
Keypad
•
Standard Run, 3 Wire Control
•
15 Speed, 2 Wire Control
•
Fan Pump 2 Wire Control Mode
•
Fan Pump 3 Wire Control Mode
•
Serial
•
Process Control
•
3 Speed Analog 2 Wire
•
3 Speed Analog 3 Wire
•
Electronic Potentiometer 2 Wire
•
Electronic Potentiometer 3 Wire
Each mode requires connections to the J4 terminal strip (except the keypad mode, all
connections are optional). The J4 terminal strip is shown in Figure 3-23. The connection
of each input or output signal is described in the following pages.
Figure 3-23 Control Signal Connections
J4
Refer to Analog Inputs
Refer to Analog Outputs
Refer to Opto Isolated Inputs
Analog GND
1
Analog Input 1
2
Pot Reference
3
Analog Input +2
4
Analog Input -2
5
Analog Out 1
6
Analog Out 2
7
Input #1
8
Input #2
9
Input #3
10
Input #4
11
Input #5
12
Input #6
13
Input #7
14
Input #8
15
J4-39 & 40 Jumper as shown to power the opto
inputs from the internal +24VDC supply.
Note:
Input #9
Refer to Digital Outputs
16
Opto In Common
17
Opto Out #1 Return
18
Opto Out #1
19
Opto Out #2
20
Relay Out #1
21
Relay Out #2
22
39
40
41
J4-18 and J4-41 are connected together
on the control circuit board.
+24VDC
Opto In Power
Opto Out #1 Return
42
Opto Out #2 Return
43
Relay Out #1 Return
44
Relay Out #2 Return
See recommended terminal tightening torques in Section 6.
3-22 Receiving & Installation
MN715
Analog Inputs and Outputs The analog inputs (voltage or current) are scaled by the Level 2, Output Limits, Min and
Max Output Frequency parameter values.
Two analog inputs are available: analog input #1 (J4-1 and J4-2) and analog input #2
(J4-4 and J4-5) as shown in Figure 3-24. Either analog input #1 or #2 may be grounded
provided the common mode range is not exceeded. Either analog input may be selected
in the Level 1 INPUT block, Command Select parameter value. Analog input #1 is
selected if parameter value “Potentiometer” is selected. Analog input #2 is selected if
parameter value “ 0-10Volts, 0-5 Volts or 4-20mA” is selected.
Figure 3-24 Analog Inputs
J4
Command Pot or
0-10VDC
5KW
0-5VDC, 0-10VDC or 4-20 mA Input
Analog GND
1
Analog Input 1
2
Pot Reference
3
Analog Input +2
4
Analog Input -2
5
Analog Input 1
Analog Input 2
See recommended terminal tightening torques in Section 6.
Analog Input #1
(Single Ended)
The single ended analog input #1 is used when the controller is set to Standard 3 Wire,
Fan Pump 2 Wire, Fan Pump 3 Wire, Serial, Process Control, 3 SPD ANA 2Wire, 3 SPD
ANA 3Wire, EPOT-2 Wire or EPOT-3 Wire (not Keypad or 15 Speed).
The single ended analog input #1 can be used in one of three ways. Speed command
(Level 1 Input block, Command Select=Potentiometer). Process Feedback (Level 2
Process Control block, Process Feedback=Potentiometer). Setpoint Source (Level 2
Process Control block, Setpoint Source=Potentiometer).
When using Analog Input #1, the respective parameter must be set to
“POTENTIOMETER”.
Note: A potentiometer value of 5kW to 10kW, 0.5 watt may be used.
Analog Input #2
(Differential)
1.
Connect the wires from the 5KW pot at the J4 terminal strip. One end of the pot
is connected to J4-1 (analog ground) and the other end is connected to J4-3
(reference voltage).
2.
Connect the wiper of the pot to J4-2. The voltage across terminals J4-1 and
J4-2 is the speed command input.
Analog input #2 accepts a 0-5VDC, 0-10VDC or 4-20 mA command. The operating
mode is defined in the Level 1 Input block OPERATING MODE parameter.
Note: Analog Input #2 is used with Standard Run 3-Wire, Fan Pump 2 Wire, Fan
Pump 3 Wire, Process Control, 3 SPD ANA 2Wire, 3 SPD ANA 3Wire,
EPOT-2 Wire or EPOT-3 Wire (not Keypad, 15 Speed or Serial modes).
Note: Analog Input #2 can be connected for single ended operation by grounding
either of the inputs, provided the common mode voltage range is not
exceeded. The common mode voltage can be measured with a voltmeter.
Apply the maximum command voltage to analog input 2 (J4-4, 5). Measure
the AC and DC voltage across J4-1 to J4-4. Add the AC and DC readings
together. Measure the AC and DC voltage from J4-1 to J4-5. Add the AC and
DC readings together.
If either of these measurement totals exceeds a total of ±15 volts, then the
common mode voltage range has been exceeded. If the common mode
voltage range has been exceeded, the solution is either to change the
command voltage source or isolate the command voltage with a commercially
available signal isolator.
MN715
Receiving & Installation 3-23
Section 1
General Information
Analog Outputs
Two programmable analog outputs are provided on J4-6 and J4-7. These outputs are
scaled 0 - 5 VDC (1mA maximum output current) and can be used to provide real-time
status of various control conditions. The return for these outputs is J4-1 analog ground.
Each output function is programmed in the Level 1 Output block, Analog Out #1 or #2
parameter values. The scaling of each output is programmable in the Level 1 Output
block, Analog Scale #1 or #2.
Serial Operating Mode The Serial operating mode requires one of the optional Serial Interface expansion boards
(RS232, RS422 or RS485). Installation and operation information for these serial
expansion boards is provided in Serial Communications expansion board manual
MN1310. This manual is shipped with the serial expansion boards.
3-24 Receiving & Installation
MN715
Section 1
General Information
Keypad Operating Mode (see Figure 3-25)
The Keypad operating mode allows the control to be operated from the keypad. In this
mode no control connection wiring is required. However, the Enable, Stop and External
Trip inputs may optionally be used. All other opto inputs remain inactive. However, the
analog outputs and opto-outputs remain active at all times.
For operation in Keypad mode, set the Level 1 Input block, Operating Mode parameter to
Keypad.
To use the Enable input, J4-8 must be connected and the Local Enable INP parameter in
the Level 2 Protection block must be set to ON. The Enable line is normally closed.
When opened, the motor will COAST to a stop. When the enable line is again closed, the
motor will not start until a new direction command is received from the keypad.
To use the Stop input, J4-11 must be connected and the Level 1 Keypad Setup block,
LOC. Hot Start parameter must be set to ON. The Stop line is normally closed. When
opened, the motor will COAST or REGEN to a stop depending upon the setting of Level 1
Keypad Setup block Keypad Stop Key parameter value. Closing the input will
immediately start the motor.
The External Trip input is used to cause a fault condition during a motor over temperature
condition. The External Trip input (J4-16) must be connected and the External Trip
parameter in the Level 2 Protection block must be set to ON. When J4-16 is opened, the
motor will coast to a stop and an External Trip fault will be displayed on the keypad.
Figure 3-25 Keypad Control Connection Diagram
J4
J4-8
J4-11
J4-16
If J4-8 is connected, you must set Level 2 Protection block, Local
Enable INP parameter to “ON” to activate the opto input.
CLOSED allows normal control operation.
OPEN disables the control and motor coasts to a stop.
If J4-11 is connected, you must set Level 1 Keypad Setup block, Loc.
Hot Start parameter to to “ON” to activate the opto input.
CLOSED allows normal control operation.
OPEN motor decels to stop (depending on Keypad Stop mode). The
motor will restart when J4-11 closes after open if keypad FWD or REV
key is active.
If J4-16 is connected, you must set Level 2 Protection block, External
Trip to “ON” to activate the opto input.
CLOSED allows normal control operation.
OPEN causes an external trip fault. The control will disable and the
motor coasts to a stop. An external trip fault is displayed (also logged
in the fault log).
Analog GND
Analog Input 1
No Connection
Pot Reference
Analog Input +2
Analog Input -2
Analog Out 1
Enable
Analog Out 2
Input #1
Input #2
Input #3
Stop
Input #4
Input #5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Input #6
13
Input #7
14
Input #8
15
Input #9
External Trip
16
Opto In Common
17
Refer to Figure 3-35.
See recommended terminal tightening torques in Section 6.
MN715
Receiving & Installation 3-25
Standard Run 3 Wire Operating Mode
In Standard Run mode, the control is operated by the opto isolated inputs at J4-8 through
J4-16 and the analog command input. The opto inputs can be switches as shown in
Figure 3-26 or logic signals from another device.
For 4-20mA input move jumper JP2 on the main control board to pins 1 and 2. Analog
Input 2 can then be used for 4-20mA operation.
Figure 3-26 Standard Run 3-Wire Connection Diagram
J4
J4-8
CLOSED allows normal control operation.
OPEN disables the control and motor coasts to a stop.
J4-9
MOMENTARY CLOSED starts motor operation in the Forward direction. In
JOG mode (J4-12 CLOSED), continuous CLOSED jogs motor in the Forward
direction.
J4-10
MOMENTARY CLOSED starts motor operation in the Reverse direction. In
JOG mode (J4-12 CLOSED), CONTINUOUS closed JOGS motor in the
Reverse direction.
J4-11
Command Pot or
0-10VDC
5KW
Analog GND
Analog Input 1
Pot Reference
Analog Input +2
Analog Input -2
Analog Out 1
Analog Out 2
Enable
MOMENTARY OPEN motor decels to stop (depending on Keypad Stop
mode). Motor current continues to be applied to the motor.
J4-12
CLOSED places control in JOG mode, Forward and Reverse run are used to
jog the motor.
J4-13
CLOSED selects ACC / DEC / S-CURVE group 2.
OPEN selects ACC / DEC / S-CURVE group 1.
J4-14
CLOSED selects preset speed #1, (J4-12, will override this preset speed).
OPEN allows speed command from Analog input #1 or #2.
J4-15
CLOSED to reset fault condition.
OPEN to run.
J4-16
If J4-16 is connected, you must set Level 2 Protection block, External Trip to
“ON” to activate the opto input.
CLOSED allows normal control operation.
OPEN causes an external trip fault. The control will disable and the motor
coasts to a stop. An external trip fault is displayed (also logged in the fault log).
3-26 Receiving & Installation
Forward Run
Reverse Run
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Stop
11
Jog
12
Accel/Decel
13
Preset Speed #1
14
Fault Reset
15
External Trip
16
Opto In Common
17
Refer to Figure 3-35.
See recommended terminal
tightening torques in Section 6.
MN715
15 Speed 2-Wire Operating Mode
Operation in the 15 Speed 2-Wire mode is controlled by the opto isolated inputs at J4-8
through J4-16. The opto inputs can be switches as shown in Figure 3-27 or logic signals
from another device.
Switched inputs at J4-11 through J4-14 allow selection of 15 preset speeds and provide
Fault Reset as defined in Table 3-9.
Figure 3-27 15 Speed 2-Wire Control Connection Diagram
J4
J4-8
CLOSED allows normal control operation.
OPEN disables the control and motor coasts to a stop.
J4-9
CLOSED operates the motor in the Forward direction (with J4-10 open).
OPEN motor decels to stop depending on Keypad Stop mode.
J4-10
CLOSED operates motor in the Reverse direction (with J4-9 open).
OPEN motor decels to stop depending on Keypad Stop mode.
Analog GND
Analog Input 1
No Connection
Pot Reference
Analog Input +2
Analog Input -2
Analog Out 1
J4-11-14 Selects programmed preset speeds as defined in Table 3-9.
J4-15
CLOSED selects ACC / DEC / S-CURVE group 2.
OPEN selects ACC / DEC / S-CURVE group 1.
Analog Out 2
Enable
J4-16
If J4-16 is connected, you must set Level 2 Protection block, External Trip to
“ON” to activate the opto input.
CLOSED allows normal control operation.
OPEN causes an external trip fault. The control will disable and the motor
coasts to a stop. An external trip fault is displayed (also logged in the fault log).
Forward Run
Reverse Run
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Switch 1
11
Switch 2
12
Switch 3
13
Switch 4
14
Accel/Decel/S Select 1
15
External Trip
16
Opto In Common
17
Refer to Figure 3-35.
See recommended terminal tightening torques in Section 6.
Table 3-9 Switch Truth Table for 15 Speed, 2 Wire Control Mode
Function
Preset 1
Preset 2
Preset 3
Preset 4
Preset 5
Preset 6
Preset 7
Preset 8
Preset 9
Preset 10
Preset 11
Preset 12
Preset 13
Preset 14
Preset 15
Fault Reset
MN715
J4-11
Open
Closed
Open
Closed
Open
Closed
Open
Closed
Open
Closed
Open
Closed
Open
Closed
Open
Closed
J4-12
Open
Open
Closed
Closed
Open
Open
Closed
Closed
Open
Open
Closed
Closed
Open
Open
Closed
Closed
J4-13
Open
Open
Open
Open
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Open
Open
Open
Open
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
J4-14
Open
Open
Open
Open
Open
Open
Open
Open
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Receiving & Installation 3-27
Section 1
General Information
Fan Pump 2 Wire Operating Mode
Operation in the Fan Pump 2-Wire mode is controlled by the opto isolated inputs at J4-8
through J4-16. The opto inputs can be switches as shown in Figure 3-28 or logic signals
from another device.
Figure 3-28 Fan Pump, 2 Wire Control Connection Diagram
J4-8
CLOSED allows normal control operation.
OPEN disables the control and the motor coasts to a stop.
J4-9
CLOSED operates the motor in the Forward direction (with J4-10 open).
OPEN motor decels to stop (depending on Keypad Stop mode).
J4
Command Pot or
0-10VDC
5KW
Note: J4-9 and J4-10 are both closed = Fault Reset.
J4-10
CLOSED operates the motor in the Reverse direction (with J4-9 open).
OPEN motor decels to stop (depending on Keypad Stop mode).
Note: J4-9 and J4-10 are both closed = Fault Reset.
J4-11
Pot Reference
Analog Input +2
Programmable Output
Programmable Output
CLOSED selects Analog Input #1 (if J4-13, J4-14 and J4-15 are closed).
OPEN selects command select (Level 1, Input, Command Select, if J4-13, J4-14
and J4-15 are closed).
J4-12
CLOSED selects STOP/START and Reset commands from terminal strip.
OPEN selects STOP/START and Reset commands from Keypad.
J4-13
CLOSED allows other selections, see Speed Select Table 3-10.
OPEN selects speed commanded from Keypad (if J4-14 and J4-15 are closed).
Note: When changing from Terminal Strip to Keypad (J4-12 or J4-13) the motor speed
and direction will remain the same after the change.
J4-14
Analog GND
Analog Input 1
Firestat. Selects Level 1, Preset Speeds, Preset Speed #1.
Analog Input -2
Analog Out 1
Analog Out 2
Enable
Forward Run
Reverse Run
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Analog Input Select
11
Run Command
12
Speed Command
13
Firestat
14
Freezestat
15
External Trip
16
Opto In Common
17
J4-15
Freezestat. Level 1, Preset Speeds, Preset Speed #2 (if J4-14 is closed).
J4-16
If J4-16 is connected, you must set Level 2 Protection block, External Trip to “ON”
Refer to Figure 3-35.
to activate the opto input.
CLOSED allows normal control operation.
See recommended terminal
OPEN causes an external trip fault. The control will disable and the motor coasts
tightening torques in Section 6.
to a stop. An external trip fault is displayed (also logged in the fault log).
Table 3-10 Speed Select Table – Fan Pump, 2 Wire
J4-11
Open
Closed
J4-13
Open
Closed
Closed
J4-14
Closed
Open
Closed
Closed
Closed
3-28 Receiving & Installation
J4-15
Closed
Open
Closed
Closed
Command
Keypad Speed Command
Level 1, Preset Speeds, Preset Speed #1
Level 1, Preset Speeds, Preset Speed #2
Analog Input (Level 1, Input, Command Select)
Analog Input #1
MN715
Fan Pump 3 Wire Operating Mode
Operation in the Fan Pump 3-Wire mode is controlled by the opto isolated inputs at J4-8
through J4-16. The opto inputs can be switches as shown in Figure 3-29 or logic signals
from another device.
Figure 3-29 Fan Pump, 3 Wire Control Connection Diagram
J4-8
J4-9
MOMENTARY CLOSED starts motor operation in the Forward direction.
Note: Closing both J4-9 and J4-10 at the same time will reset a fault condition.
J4-10
J4
CLOSED allows normal control operation.
OPEN disables the control and the motor coasts to a stop.
Analog GND
Command Pot or
0-10VDC
5KW
Analog Input +2
Analog Input -2
MOMENTARY CLOSED starts motor operation in the Reverse direction.
Note: Closing both J4-9 and J4-10 at the same time will reset a fault condition.
J4-11
OPEN motor decels to stop (depending on Keypad Stop mode).
J4-12
CLOSED selects STOP/START and Reset commands from terminal strip.
OPEN selects STOP/START and Reset commands from Keypad.
J4-13
CLOSED allows other selections, see Speed Select Table 3-11.
OPEN selects speed commanded from Keypad (if J4-14 and J4-15 are closed).
J4-14
Firestat. Selects Level 1, Preset Speeds, Preset Speed #1.
J4-15
Freezestat. Selects Level 1, Preset Speeds, Preset Speed #2 (if J4-14 is closed).
J4-16
If J4-16 is connected, you must set Level 2 Protection block, External Trip to “ON”
to activate the opto input.
CLOSED allows normal control operation.
OPEN causes an external trip fault. The control will disable and the motor coasts
to a stop. An external trip fault is displayed (also logged in the fault log).
Analog Input 1
Pot Reference
Analog Out 1
Analog Out 2
Enable
Forward Run
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Reverse Run
10
Stop
11
Run Command
12
Speed Command
13
Firestat
14
Freezestat
15
External Trip
16
Opto In Common
17
Refer to Figure 3-35.
See recommended terminal
tightening torques in Section 6.
Table 3-11 Speed Select Table – Fan Pump, 3 Wire
J4-13
Open
Closed
MN715
J4-14
Open
Closed
Closed
Closed
J4-15
Open
Closed
Closed
Command
Level 1, Preset Speeds, Preset Speed #1
Level 1, Preset Speeds, Preset Speed #2
Keypad Speed Command
Analog Input (Level 1, Input, Command Select)
Receiving & Installation 3-29
Section 1
General Information
3 Speed Analog 2 Wire Operating Mode
Allows selection of 3 preset speeds with 2 wire inputs. The opto inputs can be switches as
shown in Figure 3-30 or logic signals from another device. Preset speeds are set in the Level
1 Preset Speeds block, Preset Speed #1, Preset Speed #2 and Preset Speed #3.
Figure 3-30 3 Speed Analog, 2 Wire Control Connection Diagram
J4-8
CLOSED allows normal control operation.
OPEN disables the control and the motor coasts to a stop.
J4-9
CLOSED operates the motor in the Forward direction (with J4-10 open).
OPEN motor decels to stop (depending on Keypad Stop mode).
J4-10
J4
Command Pot or
0-10VDC
5KW
CLOSED operates the motor in the Reverse direction (with J4-9 open).
OPEN motor decels to stop (depending on Keypad Stop mode).
Note: Closing both J4-9 and J4-10 at the same time will reset a fault condition.
Analog GND
Analog Input 1
Pot Reference
Analog Input +2
Analog Input -2
Analog Out 1
J4-11
CLOSED selects Analog Input #1.
OPEN selects Level 1 Input block, Command Select parameter.
Analog Out 2
Enable
J4-12
CLOSED selects STOP/START and Reset commands from terminal strip.
OPEN selects STOP/START and Reset commands from Keypad.
Forward Run
Reverse Run
J4-13
CLOSED selects Level 1 Input block, Command Select parameter.
OPEN selects speed commanded from the keypad.
Note: When changing from Terminal Strip to Keypad (J4-12 or J4-13) the motor speed
and direction will remain the same after the change.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Analog Input Select
11
Run Command
12
Speed Command
13
Switch 1
14
Switch 2
15
External Trip
16
Opto In Common
17
J4-14
Selects speed command as defined in the Speed Select Table 3-12.
J4-15
Selects speed command as defined in the Speed Select Table 3-12.
J4-16
If J4-16 is connected, you must set Level 2 Protection block, External Trip to “ON”
to activate the opto input.
CLOSED allows normal control operation.
OPEN causes an external trip fault. The control will disable and the motor coasts Refer to Figure 3-35.
to a stop. An external trip fault is displayed (also logged in the fault log).
See recommended terminal
tightening torques in Section 6.
Table 3-12 Speed Select Table – 3 Speed Analog, 2 Wire
J4-14
Open
Closed
Open
Closed
J4-15
Open
Open
Closed
Closed
Command
Analog Input (Level 1, Input, Command Select)
Level 1, Preset Speeds, Preset Speed #1
Level 1, Preset Speeds, Preset Speed #2
Level 1, Preset Speeds, Preset Speed #3
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Section 1
General Information
3 Speed Analog 3 Wire Operating Mode
Allows selection of 3 preset speeds with 3 wire inputs. The opto inputs can be switches
as shown in Figure 3-31 or logic signals from another device.
The values of the preset speeds are set in the Level 1 Preset Speeds block, Preset
Speed #1, Preset Speed #2 and Preset Speed #3.
Figure 3-31 3 Speed Analog, 3 Wire Control Connection Diagram
J4-8
J4-9
MOMENTARY CLOSED starts motor operation in the Forward direction.
J4-10
MOMENTARY CLOSED starts motor operation in the Reverse direction.
J4-11
When OPEN motor decels to stop (depending on Keypad Stop mode).
J4-12
CLOSED selects STOP/START and Reset commands from terminal strip.
OPEN selects STOP/START and Reset commands from Keypad.
J4-13
J4
CLOSED allows normal control operation.
OPEN disables the control and the motor coasts to a stop.
Analog GND
Command Pot or
0-10VDC
5KW
Analog Input +2
Analog Input -2
Analog Out 1
Analog Out 2
CLOSED allows various selections, see Speed Select Table 3-13.
OPEN selects speed commanded from Keypad.
Enable
Forward Run
Note: When changing from Terminal Strip to Keypad (J4-12 or J4-13) the motor speed
and direction will remain the same after the change.
J4-14
Analog Input 1
Pot Reference
Selects speed command as defined in the Speed Select Table 3-13.
J4-16
If J4-16 is connected, you must set Level 2 Protection block, External Trip to “ON”
to activate the opto input.
CLOSED allows normal control operation.
OPEN causes an external trip fault. The control will disable and the motor coasts
to a stop. An external trip fault is displayed (also logged in the fault log).
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Reverse Run
10
Stop
11
Run Command
12
Speed Command
13
Switch 1
14
Switch 2
15
External Trip
16
Opto In Common
17
Selects speed command as defined in the Speed Select Table 3-13.
J4-15
1
2
Refer to Figure 3-35.
See recommended terminal
tightening torques in Section 6.
Table 3-13 Speed Select Table – 3 Speed Analog, 3 Wire
J4-14
Open
Closed
Open
Closed
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J4-15
Open
Open
Closed
Closed
Command
Analog Input (Level 1, Input, Command Select)
Level 1, Preset Speeds, Preset Speed #1
Level 1, Preset Speeds, Preset Speed #2
Level 1, Preset Speeds, Preset Speed #3
Receiving & Installation 3-31
Section 1
General Information
Electronic Pot 2 Wire Operating Mode
Provides speed Increase and Decrease inputs to allow EPOT operation with 2 wire
inputs. The opto inputs can be switches as shown in Figure 3-32 or logic signals from
another device. The values of the preset speeds are set in the Level 1 Preset Speeds
block, Preset Speed #1 or Preset Speed #2.
Figure 3-32 EPOT, 2 Wire Control Connection Diagram
J4
J4-8
CLOSED allows normal control operation.
OPEN disables the control and motor coasts to a stop.
J4-9
CLOSED starts motor operation in the Forward direction.
OPEN motor decels to stop (depending on Keypad Stop mode).
J4-10
CLOSED starts motor operation in the Reverse direction.
OPEN motor decels to stop (depending on Keypad Stop mode).
Note: Closing both J4-9 and J4-10 at the same time will reset a fault condition.
J4-11
Selects speed command as defined in the Speed Select Table 3-14.
J4-12
Selects speed command as defined in the Speed Select Table 3-14.
J4-13
CLOSED selects ACC / DEC / S-CURVE group 2.
OPEN selects ACC / DEC / S-CURVE group 1.
J4-14
Momentary CLOSED increases motor speed while contact is closed.
J4-15
Momentary CLOSED decreases motor speed while contact is closed.
J4-16
If J4-16 is connected, you must set Level 2 Protection block, External Trip to
“ON” to activate the opto input.
CLOSED allows normal control operation.
OPEN causes an external trip fault. The control will disable and the motor
coasts to a stop. An external trip fault is displayed (also logged in the fault log).
Command Pot or
0-10VDC
5KW
Analog GND
Analog Input 1
Pot Reference
Analog Input +2
Analog Input -2
Analog Out 1
Analog Out 2
Enable
Forward Run
Reverse Run
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Speed Select #1
11
Speed Select #2
12
Accel/Decel Rate Select
13
Increase
14
Decrease
15
External Trip
16
Opto In Common
17
Refer to Figure 3-35.
See recommended terminal
tightening torques in Section 6.
Table 3-14 Speed Select Table
J4-11
Open
Closed
Open
Closed
J4-12
Open
Open
Closed
Closed
Command
Electronic Pot
Analog Input (Level 1, Input, Command Select)
Level 1, Preset Speeds, Preset Speed #1
Level 1, Preset Speeds, Preset Speed #2
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General Information
Electronic Pot 3 Wire Operating Mode
Provides speed Increase and Decrease inputs to allow EPOT operation with 3 wire
inputs. The opto inputs can be switches as shown in Figure 3-33 or logic signals from
another device.
Figure 3-33 EPOT, 3 Wire Control Connection Diagram
J4-8
J4
CLOSED allows normal control operation.
OPEN disables the control and motor coasts to a stop.
J4-9
Momentary CLOSED starts motor operation in the Forward direction.
J4-10
Momentary CLOSED starts motor operation in the Reverse direction.
Note: Closing both J4-9 and J4-10 at the same time will reset a fault condition.
Analog GND
5KW
Analog Input 1
Pot Reference
Analog Input +2
Analog Input -2
J4-11
Momentary OPEN motor decels to stop (depending on Keypad Stop mode).
J4-12
CLOSED selects the Level 1, Input, Command Select parameter value.
OPEN selects EPOT.
Analog Out 1
Analog Out 2
J4-13
CLOSED selects ACC / DEC / S-CURVE group 2.
OPEN selects ACC / DEC / S-CURVE group 1.
Enable
Forward Run
J4-14
Momentary CLOSED increases motor speed while contact is closed.
J4-15
Momentary CLOSED decreases motor speed while contact is closed.
J4-16
If J4-16 is connected, you must set Level 2 Protection block, External Trip to
“ON” to activate the opto input.
CLOSED allows normal control operation.
OPEN causes an external trip fault. The control will disable and the motor
coasts to a stop. An external trip fault is displayed (also logged in the fault log).
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Reverse Run
10
Stop
11
EPOT/Command Select
12
Accel/Decel Rate Select
13
Increase
14
Decrease
15
External Trip
16
Opto In Common
17
Refer to Figure 3-35.
See recommended terminal
tightening torques in Section 6.
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Receiving & Installation 3-33
Section 1
General Information
Process Operating Mode The process control mode provides an auxiliary closed loop general purpose PID set
point control. The process control loop may be configured in various ways and detailed
descriptions of the process mode are given in MN707 “Introduction to Process Control”.
The opto inputs can be switches as shown in Figure 3-34 or logic signals from another
device.
Figure 3-34 Process Mode Connection Diagram
J4
J4-8
CLOSED allows normal control operation.
OPEN disables the control & motor coasts to a stop.
J4-9
CLOSED operates the motor in the Forward direction (with J4-10 open).
OPEN motor decels to stop (depending on Keypad Stop mode).
J4-10
CLOSED operates the motor in the Reverse direction (with J4-9 open).
OPEN motor decels to stop (depending on Keypad Stop mode).
J4-11
Command Pot or
0-10VDC
5KW
Analog GND
Analog Input 1
Pot Reference
Analog Input +2
Analog Input -2
Analog Out 1
CLOSED, selects Accel/Decel group 2 parameters.
OPEN, selects Accel/Decel group 1 parameters.
Analog Out 2
Enable
J4-12
CLOSED causes the control to JOG in the reverse direction.
J4-13
CLOSED to enable the Process Mode.
J4-14
CLOSED causes the control to JOG in the forward direction.
J4-15
CLOSED to reset a fault condition.
OPEN to run.
J4-16
If J4-16 is connected, you must set Level 2 Protection block, External Trip to
“ON” to activate the opto input.
CLOSED allows normal control operation.
OPEN causes an external trip fault. The control will disable and the motor
coasts to a stop. An external trip fault is displayed (also logged in the fault log).
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Forward Enable
9
Reverse Enable
10
Ramp Select
11
Jog Reverse
12
Process Mode Enable
13
Jog Forward
14
Fault Reset
15
External Trip
16
Opto In Common
17
Refer to Figure 3-35.
See recommended terminal tightening torques in Section 6.
Table 3-15 Process Mode Input Signal Compatibility
Feedback
Setpoint or
Feedforward
J4-1 & 2
J4-4 & 5
5V EXB
10V EXB
4-20mA EXB
3-15 PSI EXB
DC Tach EXB
EXB PULSE FOL Serial ËËË
ËËË
J4-1 & 2
J4-4 & 5
5V EXB
10V EXB
4-20mA
EXB
3-15 PSI
EXB
DC
Tach EXB
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Requires expansion board EXB007A01 (High Resolution Analog I/O EXB).
Requires expansion board EXB004A01 (4 Output Relays/3-15 PSI Pneumatic Interface EXB).
Requires expansion board EXB006A01 (DC Tachometer Interface EXB).
Requires expansion board EXB005A01 (Master Pulse Reference/Isolated Pulse Follower EXB).
Used for Feedforward only. Must not be used for Setpoint Source or Feedback.
Requires expansion board EXB001A01 (RS232 Serial Communication EXB). or
Requires expansion board EXB002A01 (RS422/RS485 High Speed Serial Communication EXB).
Conflicting inputs. Do not use same input signal multiple times.
Conflicting level 1 or 2 expansion boards. Do not use!
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External Trip Input
Terminal J4-16 is available for connection to a normally closed thermostat or overload
relay in all operating modes as shown in Figure 3-35. The thermostat or overload relay
should be a dry contact type with no power available from the contact. If the motor
thermostat or overload relay activates, the control will automatically shut down and give
an External Trip fault. The optional relay (CR1) shown provides the isolation required
and the N.O. contact is open when power is applied to the relay and the motor is cold. If
the motor thermostat is tripped, CR1 is de-energized and the N.O. contact closes.
Connect the External Trip Input wires (N.O. relay contact) to J4-16 and J4-17. Do not
place these wires in the same conduit as the motor power leads.
To activate the External Trip input, the External Trip parameter in the Level 2 Protection
Block must be set to “ON”.
Figure 3-35 Motor Temperature Relay
Customer Provided
Source Voltage
Note: Add appropriately rated protective
device for AC relay (snubber)
or DC relay (diode).
J4
*
CR1
See recommended terminal
tightening torques in Section 6.
Opto-Isolated Inputs
T2 T3 G
T1
16
17
External Trip
Do not run these wires in same conduit
as motor leads or AC power wiring.
Motor Thermostat Leads
* Motor
* Optional hardware.
Must be ordered separately.
The equivalent circuit of the nine opto inputs is shown in Figure 3-36. The function of
each input depends on the operating mode selected and are described previously in this
section. This Figure also shows the connections using the internal opto input Supply.
Figure 3-36 Opto-Input Connections (Using Internal Supply)
J4
Opto In #1
9
Opto In #3
10
Opto In #4
11
Opto In #5
12
Opto In #6
13
Opto In #7
14
Opto In #8
15
Opto In #9
16
Opto In Common
17
+24VDC @ 200mA
(supply terminal 39).
Jumper terminals 39 to 40
(Factory Installed)
MN715
8
Opto In #2
39
6.8K
6.8K
6.8K
6.8K
6.8K
6.8K
6.8K
6.8K
6.8K
40
See recommended terminal tightening torques in Section 6.
Receiving & Installation 3-35
Section 1
General Information
Figure 3-37 Opto-Input Connections (Using External Supply)
J4
Opto In #1
J4
8
Opto In #1
Opto In #2
9
Opto In #2
9
Opto In #3
10
Opto In #3
10
Opto In #4
11
Opto In #4
11
Opto In #5
12
Opto In #5
12
Opto In #6
13
Opto In #6
13
Opto In #7
14
Opto In #7
14
Opto In #8
15
Opto In #8
15
Opto In #9
16
Opto In #9
16
17
8
17
* User VCC (-)
* User VCC (+)
39
* User VCC (+)
39
* User VCC (-)
40
Opto Inputs Closing to Ground
40
Opto Inputs Closing to +VCC
See recommended terminal
tightening torques in Section 6.
* User VCC = 10 - 30VDC External Power Source
Digital Outputs
Opto Isolated Outputs
Two programmable opto isolated outputs are available at terminals J4-19 and J4-20. See
Figure 3-38. Each output may be programmed to represent one output condition. The
output conditions are defined in Section 4 of this manual.
The opto isolated outputs may be configured for sinking or sourcing 60 mA each, as
shown in Figure 3-38. However, both must be configured the same. The maximum
voltage from opto output to common when active is 1.0 VDC (TTL compatible). The
equivalent circuit for the opto isolated outputs is shown in Figure 3-39.
If the opto outputs are used to directly drive a relay, a flyback diode rated at 1A, 100 V
(IN4002 or equivalent) minimum should be connected across the relay coil.
Each opto output is programmed in the Output programming block.
Figure 3-38 Opto-isolated Output Configurations
24Com
Optional
Customer
Supplied
Relays &
Diodes
17
18
39
19
20
41
42
24Com
Using Internal Supply
(Sinking the Relay Current)
-
17
18
39
19
20
41
42
+24VDC
Using Internal Supply
(Sourcing the Relay Current)
Optional
Customer
Supplied
Relays &
Diodes
-
Optional Customer Supplied
10VDC to 30VDC Source
+
Optional
Customer
Supplied
Relays &
Diodes
+24VDC
17
39
18
19
20
Optional Customer Supplied
10VDC to 30VDC Source
17
39
41
18
19
41
42
20
42
Using External Supply
(Sinking the Relay Current)
+
Using External Supply
(Sourcing the Relay Current)
Optional
Customer
Supplied
Relays &
Diodes
See recommended terminal tightening torques in Section 6.
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Figure 3-39 Opto-Output Equivalent Circuit
J4
PC865
50mA max
Note: These outputs are programmed in the Level 1,
Output block, parameters Digital Out #1 and #2.
18
19
Opto Output 1
20
Opto Output 2
10 - 30VDC
Opto Outputs
PC865
50mA max
41
42
Opto Out 1 Return
Opto Out 2 Return
See recommended terminal tightening torques in Section 6.
Relay Outputs
Two programmable relay outputs are available at terminals J4-21 and J4-22. See Figure
3-40. Each output can be individually configured as normally open (N.O.) or normally
closed (N.C.) contacts. Jumpers JP3 and JP4 select the N.O. or N.C. contacts. These
outputs may be wired as shown in Figure 3-40.
Each output may be programmed to represent one output condition. The output
conditions are defined in Section 4 of this manual.
Figure 3-40 Relay Output Connections
J4
21
22
RE
Relay1
MOV
JP3
RE
Relay2
Relay1 Output
Note: These outputs are programmed in the Level 1,
Output block, parameters Digital Out #3 and #4.
Relay2 Output
MOV
5 Amperes Maximum
10 - 30VDC or
230VAC
JP4
43
44
Relay1 Out Return
Relay2 Out Return
See recommended terminal tightening torques in Section 6.
MN715
Receiving & Installation 3-37
Pre-Operation Checklist
Check of Electrical Items
1.
2.
Verify AC line voltage at source matches control rating.
Inspect all power connections for accuracy, workmanship and tightness and
compliance to codes.
3. Verify control and motor are grounded to each other and the control is
connected to earth ground.
4. Check all signal wiring for accuracy.
5. Be certain all brake coils, contactors and relay coils have noise suppression.
This should be an R-C filter for AC coils and reverse polarity diodes for DC
coils. MOV type transient suppression is not adequate.
Check of Motor and Couplings
1. Verify freedom of motion of motor shaft.
2. Verify that the motor coupling is tight without backlash.
3. Verify the holding brakes if any, are properly adjusted to fully release and set to
the desired torque value.
Power Up Procedure
If you are not familiar with programming Baldor controls, refer to Section 4 of this manual
before you apply power to the control.
Note: The following procedure adjusts the minimum recommended parameter
values to allow operation of the control in Keypad mode for initial start-up only.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Verify that any enable inputs to J4-8 are open.
Turn power on. Be sure no faults are displayed on the keypad display.
Set the Level 1 Input block, Operating Mode to “Keypad”.
Be sure the Level 2 Protection block, Local Enable INP parameter is OFF and
the Level 2 Protection block, External Trip parameter is OFF.
5. Set the Level 2 Output Limits block, “Operating Zone” parameter as desired
(STD CONST TQ, STD VAR TQ, QUIET CONST TQ or QUIET VAR TQ).
6. Set the Level 2 Output Limits block, “MIN Output FREQ” parameter.
7. Set the Level 2 Output Limits block, “MAX Output FREQ” parameter.
Note: JP1 is in position 2–3 as shipped from the factory (<120Hz operation).
For operation with MAX Output FREQ >120Hz, change the position of
JP1 to pins 1–2. Refer to Figure 3-1 for jumper location.
8.
If the desired peak current limit setting is different than is automatically set by
the Operating Zone, set the Level 2 Output Limits block, “PK Current Limit”
parameter as desired.
9. Enter the following motor data in the Level 2 Motor Data block parameters:
Motor Voltage (input)
Motor Rated Amps (FLA)
Motor Rated Speed (base speed)
Motor Rated Frequency
Motor Mag Amps (no load current)
10. If External Dynamic Brake hardware is used, set the Level 2 Brake Adjust
block, “Resistor Ohms” and “Resistor Watts” parameters.
11. Set the Level 1 V/HZ Boost block, “V/HZ Profile” parameter for the correct V/Hz
ratio for your application.
12. If the load is a high initial starting torque type, the torque boost and accel time
may need to be increased. Set the Level 1 V/HZ Boost block, “Torque Boost”
and the Level 1 Accel/Decel Rate block, “Accel Time #1” as required.
13. Select and program additional parameters to suit your application.
The control is now ready for use in keypad mode or the terminal strip may be wired and
the programming changed for another operating mode.
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Section 4
Programming and Operation
Overview
The keypad is used to program the control parameters, to operate the motor and to
monitor the status and outputs of the control by accessing the display options, diagnostic
menus and the fault log.
Figure 4-1 Keypad
JOG FWD REV STOP -
(Green) lights when Jog is active.
(Green) lights when FWD direction is commanded.
(Green) lights when REV direction is commanded.
(Red) lights when motor STOP is commanded.
Indicator Lights
Keypad Display - Displays status
information during Local or Remote
operation. It also displays information
during parameter setup and fault or
Diagnostic Information.
PROG - Press PROG to enter the
program mode. While in the program
mode the PROG key is used to edit a
parameter setting.
- (UP Arrow).
JOG - Press JOG to select the
preprogrammed jog speed. After the jog
key has been pressed, use the FWD or
REV keys to run the motor in the
direction that is needed. The JOG key is
only active in the local mode.
FWD - Press FWD to initiate forward
rotation of the motor. (Active in Local
and Jog modes).
REV - Press REV to initiate reverse
rotation of the motor. (Active in Local
and Jog modes).
STOP - Press STOP to initiate a stop
sequence. Depending on the setup of the
control, the motor will either regen or
coast to a stop. This key is operational
in all modes of operation unless it has
been disabled by the Keypad Stop
parameter in the Keypad (programming)
Setup Block.
LOCAL - Press LOCAL to change
between the local (keypad) and remote
operation.
MN715
DISP - Press DISP to return to display
mode from programming mode. Provides
operational status and advances to the
next display menu item.
SHIFT - Press SHIFT in the program
mode to control cursor movement.
Pressing the SHIFT key once moves the
blinking cursor one character position to
the right. While in program mode, a
parameter value may be reset to the
factory preset value by pressing the
SHIFT key until the arrow symbols at the
far left of the keypad display are flashing,
then press an arrow key. In the display
mode the SHIFT key is used to adjust
the keypad contrast.
RESET - Press RESET to clear all fault
messages (in local mode). Can also be
used to return to the top of the block
programming menu without saving any
parameter value changes.
Press to change the value of the
parameter being displayed. Pressing increments the value to the next greater
value. Also, when the fault log or
parameter list is displayed, the key will
scroll upward through the list. In the
local mode pressing the key will
increase motor speed to the next greater
value.
ENTER - Press ENTER to save
parameter value changes and move
back to the previous level in the
programming menu. In the display mode
the ENTER key is used to directly set the
local speed reference. It is also used to
select other operations when prompted
by the keypad display.
- (Down Arrow)
Press to change the value of the
parameter being displayed. Pressing decrements the value to the next lesser
value. Also, when the fault log or
parameter list is displayed, the key will
scroll downward through the list. In the
local mode pressing the key will
decrease motor speed to the next lesser
value.
Programming & Operation 4-1
Section 1
General Information
Display Mode
The control is in the display mode at all times except when in the programming mode.
The keypad displays the status of the control as in the following example:
Motor Status
Control Operation
Output Condition
Value and Units
Adjusting Display Contrast
When AC power is applied to the control the keypad should display the status of the
control. If there is no display visible, use the following procedure to adjust the display.
(Contrast may be adjusted in the display mode when motor is stopped or running).
Action
Description
Apply Power
No visible display
Press DISP Key
Places control in display mode
Display
Comments
Display mode.
Press SHIFT key 2 times Allows display contrast
adjustment
Press or Key
Adjusts display intensity
Press ENTER
Saves level of contrast and exits
to display mode
Display Screens
Note: The order of display is as shown (scroll through order). However, the first
display after “Baldor Motors & Drives” will be the last display you viewed
before power down.
Action
Apply Power
Description
Display
Comments
Press DISP key
Display mode showing mode,
voltage, current & frequency
status.
Scroll to fault log block.
No faults present. Local keypad
mode. If in remote mode, press
local for this display.
Press ENTER to view the fault log
if desired.
Press DISP key
Scroll to diagnostic info block.
Press ENTER to view diagnostic
information if desired.
Press DISP key
Scroll to local speed ref. block.
Press ENTER to change motor
speed.
Press DISP key
Display mode showing output
frequency.
Press DISP key
Display mode showing motor
speed (based on output
frequency).
Display mode showing output
current.
Press DISP key
Press DISP key
Display mode showing output
voltage.
4-2 Programming & Operation
MN715
Section 1
General Information
Program Mode
Use the Program Mode to customize the control for a variety of applications by
programming the operating parameters. In the Display Mode, press the PROG key to
access the Program Mode. To return to the Display Mode, press the DISP key. Note that
when a parameter is selected alternately pressing the Disp and Prog keys will change
between the Display Mode and the selected parameter. When a parameter is selected
for programming, the keypad display gives you the following information:
Parameter
Parameter Status
Parameter Status
Value and Units
All programmable parameters are displayed with a P: in the lower left hand corner of the
keypad display. If a parameter is displayed with a V:, the setting may be viewed but not
changed while the motor is operating. If the parameter is displayed with an L:, the setting
is locked and the security access code must be entered before any changes can be
made.
Parameter Blocks Access for Programming
Use the following procedure to access parameter blocks to program the control.
Action
Apply Power
Description
Display
Comments
Keypad Display shows this
opening message.
Logo display for 5 seconds.
If no faults and programmed for
LOCAL operation.
Display mode.
If no faults and programmed for
REMOTE operation.
Display mode.
If fault is displayed, refer to the
Troubleshooting section of this
manual.
Press PROG key
Press ENTER to access preset
speed parameters.
Press or key
Scroll to the ACCEL/DECEL
block.
Press ENTER to access Accel
and Decel rate parameters.
Press or key
Scroll to the Level 2 Block.
Press ENTER to access Level 2
Blocks.
Press ENTER key
First level 2 block display.
Press or key
Scroll to Programming Exit menu.
Press ENTER key
Return to display mode.
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Press ENTER to return to display
mode.
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General Information
Changing Parameter Values when Security Code Not Used
Use the following procedure to program or change a parameter already programmed into
the control when a security code is not being used.
Action
Apply Power
Description
Display
Comments
Keypad Display shows this
opening message.
Logo display for 5 seconds.
If no faults and programmed for
LOCAL operation.
Display mode. Stop LED on.
Press PROG key
Access programming mode.
Press or key
Scroll to Level 1 Input Block.
Press ENTER to access INPUT
block parameter.
Press ENTER key
Access Input Block.
Keypad mode shown is the
factory setting.
Press ENTER key
Access Operating Mode.
Keypad mode shown is the
factory setting.
Press key
Scroll to make your selection.
At the flashing cursor, select
mode desired. Standard run is
shown.
Press ENTER
Save selection to memory.
Press ENTER to save selection.
Press key
Scroll to menu exit.
Press ENTER key
Return to Input Block.
Press DISP key
Return to Display Mode.
4-4 Programming & Operation
Typical display mode.
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Reset Parameters to Factory Settings
Sometimes it is necessary to restore the parameter values to the factory settings. Follow
this procedure to do so.
Note: All parameter values already programmed will be changed when resetting the
control to factory settings.
Action
Apply Power
Description
Display
Comments
Keypad Display shows this
opening message.
Logo display for 5 seconds.
If no faults and programmed for
LOCAL operation.
Display mode. Stop LED on.
Press PROG key
Enter program mode.
Press or key
Scroll to Level 2 Blocks.
Press ENTER key
Select Level 2 Blocks.
Press or key
Scroll to the Miscellaneous block.
Press ENTER key
Select Miscellaneous block.
Press key
Scroll to Factory Settings
parameter.
Press ENTER key
Access Factory Settings
parameter.
represents blinking cursor.
Press key
Scroll to STD SETTINGS, to
choose original factory settings.
For 50Hz motors, set to
50Hz/400 VOLTS.
Press ENTER key
Restores factory settings.
“Loading Presets” is first message
“Operation Done” is next
“No” is displayed last.
Press key
Scroll to menu exit.
Press ENTER key
Return to Miscellaneous block.
Press DISP key
Return to display mode.
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Display mode. Stop LED on.
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Section 1
General Information
Initialize New Software EEPROM
After a new EEPROM is installed, the control will automatically initialize the new software
version and memory locations as if “STD Settings” was selected. If you need to initialize
the control to the 50Hz / 400Volts” settings, use the following procedure.
Note: All parameter values already programmed will be changed when resetting the
control to factory settings.
Description
Action
Apply Power
Display
Comments
Keypad Display shows this
opening message.
Logo display for 5 seconds.
If no faults and programmed for
LOCAL operation.
Display mode. Stop LED on.
Press PROG key
Enter program mode.
Press or key
Scroll to Level 2 Blocks.
Press ENTER key
Select Level 2 Blocks.
Press or key
Scroll to the Miscellaneous block.
Press ENTER key
Select Miscellaneous block.
Press key
Scroll to Factory Settings
parameter.
Press ENTER key
Access Factory Settings
parameter.
represents blinking cursor.
Press key
Scroll to STD SETTINGS, to
choose original factory settings.
For 50Hz motors, set to
50Hz/400 VOLTS.
Press ENTER key
Restores factory settings.
“Loading Presets” is first message
“Operation Done” is next
“No” is displayed last.
Press key
Scroll to menu exit.
Press ENTER key
Return to display mode.
Display mode. Stop LED on.
Press DISP key
Scroll to diagnostic info block.
If you wish to verify the software
version, enter diagnostic info.
Press ENTER key
Access diagnostic information.
Displays commanded speed,
direction of rotation, Local/
Remote and motor speed.
Press DISP key
Display mode showing software
version and revision installed in
the control.
Verify new software version.
Press DISP key
Displays exit choice.
Press ENTER to exit diagnostic
information.
4-6 Programming & Operation
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General Information
Operation Examples
Operating the Control from the Keypad
If the control is configured for remote or serial control, the LOCAL Mode must be
activated before the control may be operated from the keypad. To activate the LOCAL
Mode, first the motor must be stopped using the keypad STOP key (if enabled), remote
commands or serial commands.
Note: Pressing the keypad STOP key (if enabled) will automatically issue a motor
stop command and change to LOCAL mode.
When the motor has stopped, the LOCAL Mode is activated by pressing the “LOCAL”
key. Selection of the LOCAL Mode overrides any remote or serial control inputs except
for the External Trip input, Local Enable Input or STOP input.
The control can operate the motor in three (3) different ways from the keypad.
1.
JOG Command.
2.
Speed adjustment with Keypad entered values.
3.
Speed adjustment using the Keypad arrow keys.
Note: If the control has been configured for Keypad in the operating mode
parameter (level 1, input block), then no other means of operation is permitted
other than from the keypad.
Accessing the Keypad JOG Command
Action
Apply Power
Description
Display
Comments
Keypad Display shows this
opening message.
Logo display for 5 seconds.
If no faults and programmed for
LOCAL operation.
Display mode. Stop LED on.
Press JOG key
Access programmed JOG speed.
JOG key LED on.
Press and hold FWD or
REV key
Move control forward or reverse
at JOG speed.
Control runs while FWD or REV
key is pressed. JOG & FWD (or
REV) LED’s on.
Press JOG key
Disables JOG mode.
JOG LED off.
Stop key LED on.
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General Information
Speed Adjustment using Local Speed Reference
Action
Apply Power
Description
Display
Comments
Keypad Display shows this
opening message.
Logo display for 5 seconds.
If no faults and programmed for
LOCAL operation.
Display mode. Stop LED on.
Press ENTER key
Select the local speed reference.
Press SHIFT key
Move blinking cursor right one
digit.
Press key
Increase tens value by one digit.
Press ENTER key
Save new value and return to
display mode.
Press FWD or REV key
Motor runs FWD or REV at
commanded speed.
FWD (REV) LED on.
Press STOP key
Motor stop command issued.
Display mode. Stop LED on.
represents blinking cursor.
Speed Adjustment Using Arrow Keys
Action
Apply Power
Description
Display
Comments
Keypad Display shows this
opening message.
Logo display for 5 seconds.
If no faults and programmed for
LOCAL operation.
Display mode. Stop LED on.
Press FWD or REV key
Motor runs FWD or REV at
selected speed.
FWD key LED on.
Press key
Increase motor speed.
Display mode.
Press key
Decrease motor speed.
Display mode.
Press STOP key
Motor stop command issued.
Display mode. Stop LED on.
Press FWD or REV key
Motor runs FWD or REV at
commanded speed.
Motor runs at previously set
speed.
Press STOP key
Motor stop command issued.
Display mode. Stop LED on.
4-8 Programming & Operation
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Section 1
General Information
Security System Changes
Access to programmed parameters can be protected from change by the security code
feature. The Security Code is defined by setting the Level 2 Security Control block. To
implement the security feature, use the following procedure:
Action
Apply Power
Description
Display
Comments
Keypad Display shows this
opening message.
Logo display for 5 seconds.
If no faults and programmed for
LOCAL operation.
Display mode. Stop LED on.
Press PROG key
Enter program mode.
Press or key
Scroll to Level 2 Blocks.
Press ENTER key
Access Level 2 Blocks.
Press or key
Scroll to the Security Control
block.
Press ENTER key
Access the Security Control
block.
Press key
Scroll to the Access Code
parameter.
Press ENTER key
The Access Code parameter can
be changed.
represents blinking cursor.
Press key
Use key to change value.
Example: 8999.
represents blinking cursor.
Press ENTER key
Save Access Code parameter
Keypad Display will not show user
access code. Record its’ value
for future reference.
Press key
Scroll to Security State.
Press ENTER key
Access Security State parameter.
Press key
Select Local Security.
Press ENTER key
Save selection.
P: will change to L: after returning
to display mode for longer than
time set in Access Time
parameter.
Press DISP key
Return to Display mode.
Typical display mode.
represents blinking cursor.
Note: Please record your access code and store it in a safe place. If you cannot
gain entry into parameter values to change a protected parameter, please
contact Baldor. Be prepared to give the 5 digit code located on the lower right
side of the Keypad Display at the Enter Code parameter prompt.
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Section 1
General Information
Changing Parameter Values with a Security Code in Use
Action
Apply Power
Description
Display
Comments
Keypad Display shows this
opening message.
Logo display for 5 seconds.
If no faults and programmed for
LOCAL operation.
Display mode. Stop LED on.
Press PROG key
Enter program mode.
Press or key
Scroll to Input block.
Press ENTER key
Access Input block to change
Operating Mode setting.
Press ENTER key
When security on, parameter
values cannot be changed.
Press key
Enter the Access Code .
Example: 8999.
L: shows parameter is Locked.
represents blinking cursor.
Press ENTER key
Press or key
Scroll to make your selection.
Press ENTER
Save selected parameter
Press or key
Scroll to Menu Exit.
Press ENTER key
Returns to Input block.
Press DISP key
Return to Display mode.
P: will change to L: after you
return to Display mode for longer
than the time specified in the
Access Time parameter.
Typical display mode.
Note: Please record your access code and store it in a safe place. If you cannot
gain entry into parameter values to change a protected parameter, please
contact Baldor. Be prepared to give the 5 digit code located on the lower right
side of the Keypad Display at the Enter Code prompt.
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Security System Access Timeout Parameter Change
Action
Apply Power
Description
Display
Comments
Keypad Display shows this
opening message.
Logo display for 5 seconds.
If no faults and programmed for
LOCAL operation.
Display mode. Stop LED on.
Press PROG key
Enter program mode.
Press or key
Scroll to Level 2 Blocks.
Press ENTER key
Access Level 2 Blocks.
Press or key
Scroll to the Security Control
block.
Press ENTER key
Access the Local Security block.
Press key
Scroll to the Access Timeout
parameter.
Press ENTER key
Attempt to access the Access
Timeout parameter.
represents blinking cursor.
Press key
Use key to change value.
Example: 8999.
Note: Ignore the 5 digit number to
the right (example: 23956).
Press ENTER key
Save Access Code parameter
Security code entered is correct.
All parameters may be changed.
Press SHIFT key.
Move cursor right one digit.
Access Timeout can be any value
between 0 and 600 seconds.
Press key 3 times
Change the 0 to 3.
Example: 30 seconds.
Press ENTER key
Save value.
P: will change to L: after you
return to Display mode for longer
than the time specified in the
Access Time parameter.
Press DISP key
Return to Display mode.
Typical display mode.
Note: Please record your access code and store it in a safe place. If you cannot
gain entry into parameter values to change a protected parameter, please
contact Baldor. Be prepared to give the 5 digit code located on the lower right
side of the Keypad Display at the Enter Code prompt.
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Parameter Definitions (Version S15H–5.06)
LEVEL 2 BLOCKS
LEVEL 1 BLOCKS
Preset Speeds
Preset Speed #1
Preset Speed #2
Preset Speed #3
Preset Speed #4
Preset Speed #5
Preset Speed #6
Preset Speed #7
Preset Speed #8
Preset Speed #9
Preset Speed #10
Preset Speed #11
Preset Speed #12
Preset Speed #13
Preset Speed #14
Preset Speed #15
Accel / Decel Rate
Accel Time #1
Decel Time #1
S-Curve #1
Accel Time #2
Decel Time #2
S-Curve #2
Jog Settings
Jog Speed
Jog Accel Time
Jog Decel Time
Jog S-Curve
Keypad Setup
Keypad Stop Key
Keypad Stop Mode
Keypad Run Fwd
Keypad Run Rev
Keypad Jog Fwd
Keypad Jog Rev
3 Speed Ramp
Switch on Fly
LOC. Hot Start
Keypad SPD INC
Input
Operating Mode
Command Select
ANA CMD Inverse
ANA CMD Offset
ANA CMD Gain
CMD SEL Filter
Power Up Mode
Output Limits
Operating Zone
Min Output Frequency
Max Output Frequency
PK Current Limit
REGEN Limit
REGEN Limit ADJ
PWM Frequency
Output
Digital Out #1
Digital Out #2
Digital Out #3
Digital Out #4
Zero SPD Set PT
At Speed Band
Set Speed Point
Analog Out #1
Analog Out #2
Analog Scale #1
Analog Scale #2
Overload SP
Underload SP
Custom Units
MAX Decimal Places
Value at Speed
Value DEC Places
Value Speed REF
Units of Measure
Units of MEAS 2
V/HZ and Boost
Ctrl Base Frequency
Torque Boost
Dynamic Boost
Slip Comp Adj
V/HZ Profile
V/HZ 3-PT Volts
V/HZ 3-PT Frequency
Max Output Volts
Protection
External Trip
Local Enable INP
I2T Response
I2T Trigger
Peak CUR Timer
Foldback Gain
Miscellaneous
Restart Auto/Man
Restart Fault/Hr
Restart Delay
Factory Settings
Language Select
STAB Cutoff Freq
Stability Gain
Security Control
Security State
Access Timeout
Access Code
Motor Data
Motor Voltage
Motor Rated Amps
Motor Rated Speed
Motor Rated Frequency
Motor Mag Amps
Brake Adjust
Resistor Ohms
Resistor Watts
DC Brake Voltage
DC Brake Frequency
Brake on Stop
Brake on Reverse
Stop Brake Time
Brake on Start
Start Brake Time
Process Control
Process Feedback
Invert Feedback
Setpoint Source
Setpoint Command
Set PT ADJ Limit
At Setpoint Band
Process PROP Gain
Process INT Gain
Process DIFF Gain
Follow I:O Ratio
Follow I:O Out
Encoder Lines
Integrator Clamp
Minimum Speed
Process Type
Skip Frequency
Skip Frequency #1
Skip Band #1
Skip Frequency #2
Skip Band #2
Skip Frequency #3
Skip Band #3
Synchro Starts
Synchro Starts
Sync Start Frequency
Sync Scan V/F
Sync Setup Time
Sync Scan Time
Sync V/F Recover
Sync Direction
Communications
Protocol
Baud Rate
Drive Address
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Table 4-1 Parameter Block Definitions Level 1
Block Title
Parameter
Description
PRESET
SPEEDS
Preset Speeds
#1 – #15
Allows selection of 15 predefined motor operating speeds.
Each speed may be selected using external switches connected to the control
terminal strip (J4).
For motor operation, a motor direction command must be given along with a preset
speed command (at J4).
ACCEL/DECEL
RATE
Accel Time #1,2
Accel time is the number of seconds required for the motor to increase frequency at a
linear rate from 0 Hz to the frequency specified in the “Max Output Frequency”
parameter in the Level 2 Output Limits block.
Decel Time #1,2
Decel time is the number of seconds required for the motor to decrease frequency at a
linear rate from the frequency specified in the “Max Output frequency” parameter to 0
Hz.
S/C-Curve #1,2
S/C-Curve is a percentage of the total Accel or Decel time and provides smooth starts
and stops.
Figure 4-2 illustrates how motor acceleration is changed using a 40% S-Curve.
0% represents no “S” and 100% represents full “S” with no linear segment.
Example: Maximum Output frequency =100 Hz; Preset frequency = 50 Hz, Accel
Time=10 Sec.
In this example, control output frequency will be 50Hz 5 seconds after commanded.
Note: Accel #1, Decel #1 and S-Curve #1 are associated together. Likewise,
Accel #2, Decel #2 and S-Curve #2 are associated together. These
associations can be used to control any Preset frequency or External
Speed Command (Pot).
Note: Since the motor design uses rotor slip to produce torque, the motor speed
will not necessarily increase/decrease in a linear manner with motor
frequency.
Note: If faults (motor trips) occur during rapid Accel or Decel, selecting an S-curve
may eliminate the faults without affecting the overall ramp time. Some
adjustment of Accel, Decel and S-Curve settings may be necessary to
optimize your application.
C–curve is a selection (under S/C–curve) that allows different Accel/Decel characteristics.
JOG SETTINGS
Jog Speed
Jog Speed is the commanded frequency used during jog. Jog speed can be initiated
from the keypad or terminal strip. At the keypad, press JOG key and the FWD or
REV key. At the terminal strip, the JOG input (J4-12) and Forward (J4-9) or Reverse
(J4-10) must be closed and maintained.
Process control mode is different. If the terminal strip Process Mode input (J4-13) is
closed, pressing JOG (or closing J4-14) will cause the drive to move (without pressing
FWD or REV). The JOG input also acts as a RUN Command.
Jog Accel Time
Jog Accel Time is the Accel Time used during jog.
Jog Decel Time
Jog Decel Time is the Decel Time used during jog.
Jog S-Curve
Jog S-Curve is the S-Curve used during jog.
Figure 4-2 S-Curve Examples (40% S and C–curve)
0
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20
%
Accel Time
Max
Accel S-Curves
20
%
0%
Curve
20
%
0
Decel Time
Max
Decel S-Curves
Output Frequency
0%
Curve
C–curve
Output Frequency
20
%
40%
Curve
Output Frequency
Output Frequency
40%
Curve
0
Accel Time
Max
Accel C-Curve
C–curve
0
Decel Time
Max
Decel C-Curve
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Table 4-1 Parameter Block Definitions Level 1 - Continued
Block Title
KEYPAD SETUP
Parameter
Keypad Stop Key
Keypad Stop Mode
Keypad Run FWD
Keypad Run REV
Keypad Jog FWD
Keypad Jog REV
3 Speed Ramp
Switch on Fly
Loc. Hot Start
Keypad SPD INC
INPUT
Operating Mode
Command Select
ANA CMD Inverse
ANA CMD Offset
ANA CMD Gain
CMD SEL Filter
Power UP Mode
4-14 Programming & Operation
Description
Remote OFF – Stop key on keypad is not active during remote operations.
Remote ON – Allows keypad STOP key to initiate motor stop during remote or serial
operation (if set to Remote ON). Pressing STOP initiates the stop command and
automatically selects Local mode.
Cause the motor to coast to a stop or regen to a stop for a stop command. In coast, the
motor is turned off and allowed to coast to a stop. In regen, the voltage and frequency
to the motor is reduced at a rate set by decel time.
OFF disables FWD key in local mode.
ON makes the keypad FWD key active in Local.
OFF disables REV key in local mode.
ON makes the keypad REV key active in Local.
OFF disables FWD key in local jog mode.
ON makes the keypad FWD key active in Local Jog.
OFF disables REV key in local jog mode.
ON makes the keypad REV key active in Local Jog.
Increases speed in 3 steps while or key is pressed. Minimum increment is 0.01Hz
when ON (minimum increment is 1.0Hz when OFF).
Allows switching from local to remote mode or back to local without stopping the drive.
The STOP input at J4-11 in the Keypad mode is enabled (when ON).
Sets the rate to Increment or Decrement motor speed when an UP/DOWN keypad
arrows is pressed.
Eleven “Operating Modes” are available. Choices are: Keypad, Standard Run 3 wire,
15SPD 2 wire, Fan Pump 2 Wire, Fan Pump 3 Wire, Serial, Process Control, 3
Speed Analog 2 Wire, 3 Speed Analog 3 Wire, Electronic Pot - 2 Wire and Electronic
Pot - 3 Wire. External connections to the control are made at the J4 terminal strip
(wiring diagrams are shown in Section 3 “Selection of Operating Mode”).
Selects the external speed reference to be used.
Potentiometer is the most simple method of speed control. Select Potentiometer and
connect a 5KW pot at J4-1, J4-2, and J4-3.
0-5 or 0-10VDC input is selected when the input signal is applied to J4-4 and J4-5.
4-20mA selection should be considered if long distance is required between the external
device and the control. Current loop allows longer cable lengths at J4-4 and J4-5 with
less attenuation of the command signal.
Note: When using the 4-20mA input, the JP2 jumper on the main control board
must be moved to pins 1 and 2 (Figure 3-2).
10VOLT EXB - selects the optional High Resolution I/O expansion board if installed.
4-20mA EXB - selects the 4-20mA input of the optional High Resolution I/O expansion
board if installed.
3-15 PSI EXB selects the optional 3-15 PSI expansion board if installed.
Tachometer EXB - selects the optional DC Tachometer expansion board if installed.
Pulse Follower EXB selects the optional Master Pulse Follower Expansion board if
installed.
“OFF” will cause a low input voltage (e.g. 0VDC) to be a low motor speed command and
a maximum input voltage (e.g. 10VDC) to be a maximum motor speed command.
“ON” will cause a low input voltage (e.g. 0VDC) to be a maximum motor speed
command and a maximum input voltage (e.g. 10VDC) to be a low motor speed
command.
Provides an offset to the Analog Input to minimize signal drift. For example, if the
minimum speed signal is 1VDC (instead of 0VDC) the ANA CMD Offset can be set to
-10% so the minimum voltage input is seen by the control as 0VDC.
Provides a gain factor for the analog speed reference input signal. For example, if the
analog speed reference signal is 0 - 9VDC, setting the ANA CMD Gain to 111%
allows the control to see 0 - 10VDC as the input signal.
Provides filtering for the analog speed reference input signal. The greater the number
(0 - 6) the more noise filtering is provided. For faster response, use a smaller number.
“Local” – Power Up in the Keypad mode. If set to Local, the control will power up in the
Keypad mode regardless of the Operating mode or terminal strip inputs.
“Primary” – Disables the power up mode. The control will power up in the selected
Operating Mode and terminal strip inputs as normal.
“Last” – Power Up in the last operating mode prior to power down. This mode is
affected by the Level 2, MISCELLANEOUS, “RESTART AUTO/MAN” mode setting.
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Table 4-1 Parameter Block Definitions Level 1 - Continued
Block Title
Parameter
Description
OUTPUT
Digital Out #1 – #4
Four digital outputs that have two operating states, ON or OFF. The Opto outputs and
the relay outputs may be configured to any of the following conditions:
(Opto Out #1 & 2
and
Relay Out #1 & #2)
Note:
Opto Outputs #1 and #2 are programmed in the Level 1, Output block, parameters
Digital Out #1 and #2.
Relay Outputs #1 and #2 are programmed in the Level 1, Output block, parameters
Digital Out #3 and #4.
Condition Description
Ready -
Active when power is applied and no faults are present.
Zero Speed -
Active when output frequency to motor is less than the value of the
“Zero SPD Set Pt” Level 1 Output parameter.
At Speed -
Active when output frequency is within the commanded range defined
by the “At Speed Band” Level 1 Output parameter.
At Set Speed -
Active when output frequency is at or greater than the “Set Speed
Point” Level 1 Output parameter.
Overload -
Output is active if there is an overload fault caused by a time-out when
the output current is greater than rated current.
Keypad Control - Active when control is in local keypad control.
Fault -
Active when a fault condition is present.
Drive On -
Active when control is “Ready” and is being commanded to operate
the motor.
Reverse -
Active when control is running in the reverse direction.
Process Error -
Active when the PID control loop process is outside the range
specified by the Level 2 Process Control block, AT Setpoint Band
parameter.
Serial -
Allows Digial Outputs 1–4 to be reset using the Serial command DOx.
Over Temp Warning - Active when control heatsink over temperature is detected.
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Forward -
Active when forward direction is active.
Overload –
Active when Peak RMS motor current exceeds Overload SP value.
Underload –
Active when Peak RMS motor current is less than Underload SP
value.
Zero SPD Set PT
The output frequency at which the zero speed opto output becomes active (turns on).
When the output frequency is less than the Zero SPD Set PT, the opto output
becomes active. This is useful in applications where a motor brake will be interlocked
into the operation of the motor control.
At Speed Band
A frequency band within which the at speed opto output becomes active (turns on). For
example, if the at speed band is set to ±5Hz the opto output becomes active when the
output frequency to the motor is within 5Hz of the commanded motor frequency. This
is useful when another machine must not start (or stop) until the motor reaches
operating speed.
Set Speed Point
The frequency at which the at set speed opto output becomes active (turns on). When
the frequency is greater than the set speed point parameter, the opto output becomes
active. This is useful when another machine must not start (or stop) until the motor
exceeds a predetermined speed.
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Table 4-1 Parameter Block Definitions Level 1 - Continued
Block Title
Parameter
Description
OUTPUT Continued
Analog Output
#1 and #2
Two Analog outputs may be configured so a 0-5VDC (0-10VDC or 4-20mA with High
Resolution EXB) output signal represents one of the following conditions:
Condition
Description
Frequency -
Represents the output frequency where 0VDC = 0 Hz and +5VDC =
MAX Hz. (Slip frequency compensation is not included.)
Freq Command - Represents the commanded frequency where 0VDC = 0 Hz and
+5VDC = MAX Hz. (Slip frequency compensation is not included.)
AC Current -
Represents the value of the output current where 0VDC = 0A and
+5VDC = Level 2, Motor Data, Motor Rated Amps value.
AC Voltage -
Represents the value of the output voltage where 0VDC = 0 VAC
and +5VDC = Control Input Voltage.
Torque -
Represents load torque where 0V = –100% torque (rated torque),
and +5V = 100% torque (rated torque).
Power -
Represents motor power where 0V = –100% rated power, and +5V =
100% rated power.
Bus Voltage -
Represents motor power where 0V = 0VDC and 2.5V = 325VDC for
230VAC input (650VDC for 460VAC input).
Process Fdbk - Represents the process feedback input where 0V = –100%
feedback, and +5V = 100% feedback.
Setpoint CMD - Represents Setpoint Command input where 0V = –100% command,
and +5V = 100% command.
Analog Scale
#1 & #2 -
Zero Cal -
Output is 0VDC and can be used to calibrate an external meter.
100% Cal -
Output is 5VDC and can be used to calibrate full scale for an
external meter.
Scale factor for the Analog Output voltage. Useful to set the full scale range for external
meters.
Note: Each analog output can be overscaled. 0V= –100%, 2.5V= 0% and 5V=
100%. The linear equation for this is:
T(%)=
100% x (V – 2.5V)
2.5V
so at 8V, T%=220%. If a value were scaled over the 5V range, 8V would
represent 8/5 x 100%=160%.
Overload SP
Motor overload setpoint is set as a percent of peak RMS motor current. If peak RMS
motor current is greater than this preset, a Digital output is set (if programmed). This
option sets an output (Digital Out 1, 2, 3 or 4) when the motor is overloaded.
Underload SP
Motor overload setpoint is set as a percent of peak RMS motor current. If peak RMS
motor current is less than this preset, a Digital output is set (if programmed). This option
sets an output (Digital Out 1, 2, 3 or 4) when the motor is underloaded.
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Table 4-1 Parameter Block Definitions Level 1 - Continued
Block Title
Parameters
Description
V/Hz and Boost
CTRL Base FREQ
Represents the point on the V/Hz profile where output voltage becomes constant with
increasing output frequency. This is the point at which the motor changes from
constant or variable torque to constant horsepower operation. In some cases the
Max Output Volts and CTRL Base Freq values can be manipulated to provide a wider
constant torque or wider constant horsepower speed range than is normally available
with the motor.
Torque Boost
Adjusts the amount of motor starting torque. The boost adjustment alters the output
voltage to the motor from the normal voltage value by increasing or decreasing the
starting voltage by fixed values as defined by the V/Hz profile. The factory setting is
suitable for most applications. Increasing the boost may cause the motor to overheat.
If adjustment is required, increase the boost in small increments until the motor shaft
just starts to rotate with maximum load applied.
Dynamic Boost
The Dynamic Boost parameter can be adjusted to provide more or less running torque
from the motor than is available with the factory setting. The boost adjustment alters
the output voltage to the motor from the normal voltage value by increasing or
decreasing the voltage per frequency unit as defined by the V/Hz profile.
Slip Comp
Adjustment
Compensates for varying load conditions during normal operation. This parameter sets
the maximum allowable variation in output frequency under varying load conditions
(changes of output current). As motor current increases toward 100% of Motor Rated
Amps, output frequency is automatically increased to compensate for slip.
V/Hz Profile
Sets the Volts/Frequency ratio of the control output (to the motor) for all values of output
voltage versus output frequency up to the control base frequency. Because motor
voltage is related to motor current, motor voltage can then be related to motor torque.
A change in the V/Hz profile can adjust how much torque is available from the motor
at various speeds.
3PT profile - allows two linear V/Hz segments by setting the V/Hz 3PT Volts and V/Hz
3PT Frequency parameters. 33%, 67% and 100% Square Law profiles are preset
profiles that provide different variations of the squared reduced V/Hz profile.
These profiles are shown in Figure 4-3.
V/Hz 3-PT Volts
The output voltage associated with the 3PT Frequency parameter.
V/Hz 3-PT
Frequency
The output frequency associated with the 3PT Volts parameter.
Max Output Volts
The maximum output voltage available to the motor from the control. This is useful if the
motor rated voltage is less than the input line voltage. In some cases the Max Output
Volts and the CTRL Base Frequency parameter values can be adjusted to provide a
wider constant torque or wider constant horsepower speed range than is normally
available.
LEVEL 2 BLOCK
ENTERS LEVEL 2 MENU
Figure 4-3 Volts/Hertz Profile
Torque Boost
3 PT Volts
Torque Boost
Output Frequency
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3 PT
Volts
Square Law V/Hz Curve
Max Output
Output Volts
Output Volts
3 Point V/Hz Curve
Max Output
Output Volts
Linear V/Hz Curve
Max Output
Base
Freq.
33% Square Law
67% Square Law
100% Square Law
Torque Boost
3 PT Freq.
Output Frequency
Base
Freq.
Output Frequency
Base
Freq.
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General Information
Table 4-2 Parameter Block Definitions Level 2
Block Title
OUTPUT LIMITS
PARAMETER
Operating Zone
MIN Output
Frequency
MAX Output
Frequency
PK Current Limit
PWM Frequency
REGEN Limit
REGEN Limit ADJ
CUSTOM UNITS
Max Decimal
Places
Value At Speed
Value DEC Places
Value Speed REF
Units of Measure
Units of MEAS 2
* Note:
Note:
Description
The PWM operating zone; Standard 2.5kHz or Quiet 8.0kHz.
Two operating modes are also selectable: Constant Torque and Variable Torque.
Constant Torque allows 170 - 200% overload for 3 seconds and 150% overload for 60
seconds. Variable Torque allows 115% peak overload for 60 seconds.
The minimum output frequency to the motor. The scaling of an external speed
command signal will also be affected to the extent that a minimum speed command
will represent the minimum output frequency. During operation the output frequency
will not be allowed to go below this minimum output frequency (unless the motor is
starting from 0Hz or is ramped (regen) to a stop).
The maximum output frequency to the motor. The scaling of an external speed
command signal will also be affected to the extent that a maximum speed command
will represent the maximum output frequency. The max output frequency may be
exceeded slightly if slip compensation is active.
The maximum output (peak) current to the motor. Values above 100% of the rated
current may be available depending upon the operating zone selected.
The frequency that the output transistors are switched. PWM should be as low as
possible to minimize stress on the output transistors and motor windings. PWM
frequency is also referred to as “Carrier” frequency.
Automatically increases the output frequency during REGEN periods for cyclic loads.
The output frequency will increase at the rate set by REGEN Limit ADJ but will not
exceed the Level 2, Output Limits “MAX Output Frequency” parameter value.
The amount of automatic frequency adjustment that occurs when REGEN Limit is turned
ON. Set as a change of hertz per second. Represents the ramp rate of the output
frequency during periods of motoring and overhauling (regen).
The number of decimal places of the Output Rate display on the Keypad display. This
value will be automatically reduced for large values. The output rate display is only
available if the “Value At Speed” parameter value is non-zero.
Sets the desired output rate value per motor RPM. Two numbers are displayed on the
keypad display (separated by a slash “/”). The first number (left most) is the value you
want the keypad to display at a specific motor speed (second number, right most). A
decimal may be inserted into the numbers by placing the flashing cursor over the
up/down arrow.
Serial Only. *
Serial Only. *
Allows you to specify units of measure to be displayed on the Output Rate display. Use
the shift and arrow keys to scroll to the first and successive characters. If the
character you want is not displayed, move the flashing cursor over the special
up/down character arrow on the left side of the display. Use the up/down arrows and
the shift key to scroll through all 9 character sets. Use the ENTER key to save your
selection.
Serial Only. *
Serial Commands. When using the serial command option, the “Value AT Speed”, “Value DEC Places”, and “Value Speed
REF” parameters must be set. The Value AT Speed parameter sets the desired output rate per increment of motor speed.
The Value DEC Places sets the desired number of decimal places of the Value AT Speed number. The Value Speed REF
sets the increment of motor speed for the desired output rate.
The Units of Measure parameter sets the two left-most characters of the custom units display while the Units of MEAS 2
parameter sets the two right most characters. For example, if “ABCD” is the custom units, “AB” is set in the Level 2 Custom
Units block, Units of Measure parameter and “CD” is set in the Level 2 Custom Units block, Units of MEAS 2 parameter.
Custom Display Units. The output rate display is only available if the Value AT Speed parameter has been changed from a
value of 0 (zero). To access the Output Rate display, use the DISP key to scroll to the Output Rate display.
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Table 4-2 Parameter Block Definitions Level 2 Continued
Block Title
PROTECTION
Parameter
External Trip
Local Enable INP
I2T Response
I2T Trigger
Peak CUR Limit
Foldback Gain
MISCELLANEOUS
Restart Auto/Man
Restart Fault/Hr
Restart Delay
Language Select
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Description
OFF - External Trip is Disabled. (Ignores J4-16 switched input).
ON - External Trip is enabled. If a normally closed contact at J4-16 (to J4-17) is
opened, an External Trip fault will occur and cause the drive to shut down.
OFF - Local Enable input is Disabled. (Ignores J4-8 switched input).
ON - A normally closed contact at J4-8 (to J4-17) is required to ENABLE the control
when operating in the Keypad mode.
Fault– The drive has the normal one minute and three second overload faults.
Current Limit then Hold– Once triggered, frequency is ramped up or down until 103%
current, minimum or maximum frequency is attained. 103% has the effect of keeping
the I2T timer from integrating back up to 100%. If a frequency limit is reached before
the current limit, the drive will fault with a three second or one–minute overload fault.
If 103% current is attained, it is sustained until the overload condition is removed or a
new speed command is requested. The overload timer will then increment back up to
100% at which point the drive attempts to acquire reference speed. This prevents the
drive from limit cycling between 103% load and peak load.
Current Limit then Retry– Once triggered, frequency is ramped up or down until 80%
current, minimum or maximum frequency is attained. If a frequency limit is reached
before current limit, the drive will fault with an overload fault. If 80% current is
attained, it is sustained until the overload timer reaches 100% at which point the drive
attempts to acquire reference speed. This allows the drive to limit cycle between 80%
load and peak load.
Sets the trigger level for I2T current limiting. If I2T Response is set to FAULT, I2T Trigger
is ignored. I2T overload faults will occur normally as needed. If I2T Response is set to
CURRENT LIMIT AND HOLD or CURRENT LIMIT AND RETRY, it sets the trigger
level for current limiting to 100% or 80% of full load respectively. The load timeout
indicator is monitored and when percent time remaining equals the percentage set in
this parameter, current limiting begins.
Sets the peak current time limit. Peak current operation is allowed from start–up until the
timer expires. After timing out, full load current is imposed until the drive is stopped.
Timer reset occurs when the drive is disabled, faulted or stopped and the output
frequency is zero.
Frequency Fold Back Gain – The maximum rate of change in frequency during current
limit. This is useful for applications that have 4:1 or more load to motor inertia ratio or
that have dramatic load vs. speed relationships such as: Load (f) = K* freq2
Manual
Power Up Start – If set to MAN and a run command (enable line & FWD or REV
command) is present at power up, the motor will not run. The run command must be
removed then reapplied to start operation. The run command refers to the enable
plus direction (FWD or REV) lines.
Restart after Fault – If a fault occurs during operation, the control must be reset and
the run command must be removed then reapplied to start operation.
Note: If Restart Fault/Hr. is zero, the control must be manually reset. If
Restart Fault/Hr. is non–zero, the control will automatically attempt to reset
the fault but will not restart until the run command is removed then
reapplied to start operation.
Automatic
Power Up Start – If set to AUTO and a run command (enable line & FWD or REV
command) is present at power up, the control will automatically start.
Restart after Fault – If a fault occurs during operation, the control will automatically
reset (after the restart delay time) to resume operation if the Fault/Hr is set to a non
zero value.
3 Wire modes, AUTO start after a fault or loss of power will not occur because the
momentary contacts are open and the run command must again be applied. The run
command refers to the enable plus direction (FWD or REV) lines.
The maximum number of automatic restart attempts before requiring a manual restart.
After one hour without reaching the maximum number of faults or if power is turned
off and on again, the fault count is rest to zero.
The amount of time allowed after a fault condition for an automatic restart to occur.
Useful to allow sufficient time to clear a fault condition before restart is attempted.
Selects English or other language characters for keypad display.
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Table 4-2 Parameter Block Definitions Level 2 Continued
Block Title
MISCELLANEOUS
Continued
SECURITY
CONTROL
MOTOR DATA
BRAKE ADJUST
Parameter
Factory Settings
Description
Restores factory settings for all parameter values.
NO Does not change parameter values.
Select STD Settings and press “ENTER” key to restore standard 60Hz factory parameter
values. The keypad Display will show “Operation Done” then “NO” when completed.
Select 50Hz / 400Hz and press “ENTER” key to restore factory parameter values if using
a motor with a base frequency of 50Hz.
STAB Cutoff Freq The maximum range of adjustment at low output frequency and light load conditions to
eliminate instability. Factory setting is good for most applications.
Stability Gain
The response time if instability occurs. Factory setting is good for most applications.
Security State
Off - No security access code required to change parameter values.
Local Security - Requires security access code to be entered before changes can be made
using the Keypad.
Serial Security - Requires security access code to be entered before changes can be made
using the RS232/422/485 link.
Total Security - Requires security access code to be entered before changes can be made
using the Keypad or serial link.
Note: If security is set to Local, Serial or Total you can press PROG and scroll through the
parameter settings but you are not allowed to change them unless you enter the
correct access code.
Access Timeout
The time in seconds the security access remains enabled after leaving the programming
mode. If you exit and go back into the program Mode within this time limit, the security
Access Code does not have to be re-entered. This timer starts when leaving the
Program Mode (by pressing Display etc.).
Access Code
A 4 digit code. You must know know this code to change secured Level 1 and Level 2
values.
Note: Please record your access code and store it in a safe place. If you cannot gain entry
into parameter values to change a protected parameter, please contact Baldor. Be
prepared to give the 5 digit code located on the lower right side of the Keypad
Display at the Enter Code prompt.
Motor Voltage
The rated voltage of the motor (listed on the motor Nameplate). The value of this parameter
has no effect on the output voltage to the motor.
Motor Rated
The rated current of the motor (listed on the motor Nameplate). If the motor current exceeds
Amps
this value for a period of time, an Overcurrent fault will occur. If multiple motors are used on
one control, add the Motor Rated Amps for all motors and enter this value.
Motor Rated
The rated speed of the motor (listed on the motor Nameplate).
Speed
If Motor Rated SPD = 1750 RPM and Motor Rated Freq = 60 Hz,
the Keypad Display will show 1750 RPM at 60 Hz and 850 RPM at 30Hz.
Motor Rated Freq The rated frequency of the motor (listed on the motor Nameplate).
Motor Mag Amps The motor magnetizing current value (listed on the motor Nameplate) also called no load
current. If multiple motors are used on one control, add the Motor Mag Amps for all
motors and enter this value.
Resistor Ohms
The dynamic braking resistor value in ohms. Refer to MN701 (dynamic braking manual) or
call Baldor for additional information. If dynamic braking is not installed, enter zero.
Resistor Watts
The dynamic braking resistor watts rating. Refer to dynamic braking manual or call Baldor
for additional information. If dynamic braking is not installed, enter zero.
DC Brake
The amount of DC braking voltage applied to the motor windings during a stop command.
Voltage
Increase this value for more braking torque during stops. The increased braking voltage
may cause the motor to overheat for applications that require frequent starts/stops. Be
careful in selecting this value.
The maximum DC Brake Voltage = (1.414)X(Max Output Volts).
Max Output Volts is a Level 1 V/HZ and Boost parameter value.
DC Brake FREQ The output frequency (to the motor) at which dc injection braking will begin.
Brake on Stop
If set to ON, DC injection braking will begin when a stop command is issued. After a stop
command, the DC brake voltage will be applied to the motor windings when the output
frequency reaches the DC brake frequency.
Brake on
If set to ON, DC injection braking will begin after a change-motor-rotation command is issued.
Reverse
After a stop command, the DC brake voltage will be applied to the motor windings when the
output frequency reaches the DC brake frequency. Braking continues until the motor is
stopped. The motor will then accelerate in the opposite direction.
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Table 4-2 Parameter Block Definitions Level 2 Continued
Block Title
BRAKE ADJUST
Parameter
Stop Brake Time
Process Feedback
Description
The maximum number of seconds that DC injection brake voltage will be applied to the
motor windings after a stop command. After the time specified by this value, DC
injection braking is automatically turned off. If DC injection braking starts at a
frequency less than the DC brake frequency parameter, the stop brake time is
calculated as follows:
Output Frequency at Braking
Brake Time + Stop Brake Time X
DC Brake Frequency
If set to ON, turns DC injection braking ON for a period of time (Start Brake Time) when
a run command is issued. This ensures the motor is not rotating. Braking will
automatically turn off and the motor will accelerate at the end of the start brake time.
The amount of time that DC injection braking will be applied after a run command is
issued. This will only occur if brake on start is set to ON. Braking may cause the
motor to overheat for applications that require frequent starts/stops. Be careful in
selecting this value. The start brake time should be just long enough to ensure the
motor shaft is not rotating when a start command is issued.
The type of signal used for the process feedback in the PID setpoint control loop.
Invert Feedback
OFF – The process feedback signal is not inverted (no polarity change).
Continued
Brake on Start
Start Brake Time
PROCESS
CONTROL
ON – Causes the process feedback signal to be inverted. Used with reverse acting
processes that use a unipolar signal such as 4-20mA. If “ON”, the PID loop will see a
low value of the process feedback signal as a high feedback signal and a high value
of the process feedback signal as a low feedback signal.
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Setpoint Source
The source input reference signal type to which the process feedback will be compared.
If “Setpoint CMD” is selected, a fixed value that is entered in the setpoint command
parameter (of the Level 2 Process Control block) will be used.
Setpoint Command
The setpoint value for the PID loop that the control will try to maintain. This is only used
when the setpoint source parameter is set to “Setpoint Command”. Negative
percentage values are ignored in the PID loop if the feedback signal contains only
positive values (such as 0-10VDC).
Set PT ADJ Limit
The maximum frequency correction value to be applied to the motor (in response to the
maximum feedback setpoint error). For example, if the max output frequency is 60
Hz, the setpoint feedback error is 100% and the setpoint adjustment limit is 20%, the
maximum speed the motor will run in response to the setpoint feedback error is ±12
Hz. (60Hz x 20%= 12Hz or a total of 24 Hz total output band-width centered around
the effective setpoint frequency).
At Setpoint Band
The operating band within which the at setpoint opto output is active (turned ON). This
feature indicates when the process is within the desired setpoint range. For example,
if the setpoint source is 0-10VDC and the at setpoint band value is 10%, the at
setpoint opto output will turn on if the process is within (10 x 10% = 1) ±1VDC of the
setpoint.
Process PROP Gain
The PID loop proportional gain.
Process INT Gain
The PID loop Integral gain.
Process DIFF Gain
The PID loop differential gain.
Follow I:O Ratio
The ratio of the master input to the follower output. Requires the master pulse
reference/ isolated pulse follower expansion board. For example, the left number is
the master input rate. The number to the right of the colon is the follower output rate.
If you wish the follower to run twice the speed of the master, a 2:1 ratio is entered.
Fractional ratios such as 0.5:1 are entered as 1:2.
Process Type
Selects whether process control is Forward Acting or Reverse Acting.
Programming & Operation 4-21
Section 1
General Information
Table 4-2 Parameter Block Definitions Level 2 Continued
Block Title
PROCESS
CONTROL
Parameter
Follow I:O Out
COMMUNICATIO Protocol
NS
Baud Rate
Drive Address
LEVEL 1 BLOCK
Description
Only used for serial communications. In master/follower configurations this parameter
represents the follower portion of the ratio. The master portion of the ratio is set in the
Follow I:O Ratio parameter.
Note: When using Serial Commands, the Follow I:O Ratio parameter value must
be set using two separate parameters: Follow I:O Ratio and Follow I:O Out.
The follow I:O Ratio sets the Input (Master) part of the ratio and Follow I:O
Out sets the output (Follower) part of the ratio. For example, a 2:1
(input:output) ratio is set by a Follow I:O Ratio value of 2 and a Follow I:O
Out value of 1.
Note: The encoder lines parameter must be defined if a value is entered in the
Follow I:O Ratio parameter.
Only used if an optional master pulse reference/isolated pulse follower expansion board
is installed. Defines the number of pulses per revolution of the master encoder. This
parameter defines the output master pulse rate for a downstream follower drive.
Allows limiting (clamping) of the PID integrator. The clamp is set as a percentage of
maximum motor speed. For example, a setting of 10% (assuming an 1800 RPM motor)
means the integrator will not contribute more than 180 RPM to the total output demand
of the PID loop.
Set the minimum demand for the PID output. For example, a setting of 10Hz means the
output demand from the PID will never decrease below this setting (even if the process
error is zero). Minimum speed is active for unipolar as well as bipolar applications.
The center frequency of the frequency band to skip or treat as a dead-band. Three
bands can be defined independently or the three values can be selected to skip one
wide frequency band.
The width of the band centered about the Skip Frequency. For example, if Skip
Frequency #1 is set to 20Hz and Skip Band #1 is set to 5Hz, continuous operation is
not allowed in the dead-band of 15Hz to 25Hz.
Synchronizes motor and load speed when the motor shaft is rotating at the time the
inverter applies power to the motor. If set to Restarts Only, allows Synchro Starts
after a fault condition is reset. If set to All Starts, allows Synchro Starts at all fault
resets as well as restarts after power failure or after a run command.
Allows the Synchro Start feature to begin scanning motor rotational frequency at the
MAX Frequency or a SET Frequency.
Sets the Volts/Hertz ratio for the Synchro Start feature as a percentage of the V/Hz ratio
defined by the Max Output Volts/Base Frequency. This Sync Scan V/F percentage
value is multiplied by the Max Output Volts/Base Frequency value. If this value is too
high, the inverter may fault on Over-current.
The time for the inverter to ramp the output voltage from zero to the voltage that
corresponds to the Sync Start Frequency. A 0.5 second delay before the ramp
begins is not included in this time. If the Synchro Start feature is not operating quickly
enough, decrease the Sync Setup Time value.
The time allowed for Synchro Start to scan and detect rotor frequency. Scanning begins
at the Sync Start Frequency to 0Hz. Generally, the shorter the Sync Scan Time the
more likely a false Synchro Start will be detected. This value should be set high
enough to eliminate false Synchro Starts.
The time allowed to ramp up the output voltage from the Synchro Start scan voltage to
the normal output voltage. This occurs after the synchronization frequency is
detected. This parameter value should be low enough to minimize Synchro Start time
without causing the inverter to fault on Over-current.
Allows Synchro Starts in either or both motor rotational directions. If the application
requires motor shaft rotation in one direction only, scanning in that direction only will
minimize Sync Scan Time.
Sets the type of communication the control is to use, RS-232 ASCII (text), RS-485 ASCII
(text), RS-232 BBP, or RS-485 BBP protocols.
Sets the speed at which communication is to occur.
Sets the address of the control for communication.
ENTERS LEVEL 1 MENU
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Continued
Encoder Lines
Integrator Clamp
Minimum Speed
SKIP
FREQUENCY
Skip Frequency (#1,
#2 and #3)
Skip Band
(#1, #2 and #3)
SYNCHRO
STARTS
Synchro Starts
Sync Start Frequency
Sync Scan V/F
Sync Setup Time
Sync Scan Time
Sync V/F Recover
Sync Direction
Section 5
Troubleshooting
The Baldor Series 15H Control requires very little maintenance, if any, and should provide
years of trouble free operation when installed and applied correctly. Occasional visual
inspection and cleaning should be considered to ensure tight wiring connections and to
remove dust, dirt, or foreign debris which can reduce heat dissipation.
Operational failures called “Faults” will be displayed on the keypad display as they occur.
A comprehensive list of these faults, their meaning and how to access the fault log and
diagnostic information is provided later in this section. Troubleshooting information is
provided in table format with corrective actions later in this section.
Before attempting to service this equipment, all input power must be removed from the
control to avoid the possibility of electrical shock. The servicing of this equipment should
be handled by a qualified electrical service technician experienced in the area of high
power electronics.
It is important to familiarize yourself with the following information before attempting any
troubleshooting or service of the control. Most troubleshooting can be performed using
only a digital voltmeter having at least 1 meg Ohm input impedance. In some cases, an
oscilloscope with 5 MHZ minimum bandwidth may be useful. Before contacting Baldor,
check that all power and control wiring is correct and installed according to the
recommendations in this manual.
No Keypad Display - Display Contrast Adjustment
When AC power is applied to the control the keypad should display the status of the
control. If there is no display visible, use the following procedure to adjust the display.
(Contrast may be adjusted in the display mode when motor is stopped or running).
Action
Description
Apply Power
No visible display.
Press DISP key
Places control in Display mode.
Display
Comments
Display mode.
Press SHIFT key 2 times Allows display contrast
adjustment.
Press or key
Adjusts display contrast
(intensity).
Press ENTER key
Saves display contrast
adjustment level and exits to
display mode.
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Troubleshooting 5-1
Section 1
General Information
How to Access Diagnostic Information
Action
Description
Display
Comments
Apply Power
Logo display for 5 seconds.
Press DISP key
Display mode showing Local
mode, voltage, current &
frequency status.
Scroll to fault log block.
No faults present. Local keypad
mode. If in remote/serial mode,
press local for this display.
Press ENTER to view the fault log
if desired.
Press DISP key
Scroll to diagnostic info block.
Press ENTER to view diagnostic
information if desired.
Press ENTER key
Access diagnostic information.
.
Press DISP key
Display mode showing control
temperature.
Press DISP key
Display mode showing bus
voltage.
Press DISP key
Display mode showing bus
Current.
Press DISP key
Display mode showing PWM
Frequency.
25.0
Displays operating temperature in
degrees C.
2497
Press DISP key
Display mode showing %
overload current remaining.
Press DISP key
Display mode showing real time
opto inputs & outputs states.
(0=Open, 1=Closed)
Opto Inputs states (Left);
Opto Outputs states (Right).
Press DISP key
Display mode showing actual
drive running time since the Fault
log was cleared.
HR.MIN.SEC format.
Press DISP key
Display operating zone with rated
hp and input voltage (for the
operating zone) and control type.
Press DISP key
Display mode showing continuous
amps; PK amps rating; amps/volt
scale of feedback, power base ID.
Press DISP key
Display mode showing which
Group1 or 2 expansion boards
are installed.
Press DISP key
Display mode showing software
version and revision installed in
the control.
Press DISP key
Displays exit choice. Press
ENTER to exit.
Press ENTER to exit diagnostic
information.
Initialize New Software EEPROM
After a new EEPROM is installed, the control will automatically initialize the new software
version and memory locations as if “STD Settings” was selected. If you need to initialize
the control to the 50Hz / 400Volts” settings, use the “Initialize New Software
EEPROM” procedure shown in Section 4 of this manual.
5-2 Troubleshooting
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How to Access the Fault Log When a fault condition occurs, motor operation stops and a fault code is displayed on
the Keypad display. The control keeps a log of the last 31 faults. If more than 31 faults
have occurred, the oldest fault will be deleted from the fault log. To access the fault log,
perform the following procedure:
Action
Description
Display
Apply Power
Comments
Logo display for 5 seconds.
Display mode showing Local
mode, voltage, current &
frequency status.
No faults present. Local keypad
mode. If in remote/serial mode,
press local for this display.
Press DISP key
Press DISP to scroll to the Fault
Log entry point.
Press ENTER key
Display first fault type and time
fault occurred.
Typical display.
Press key
Scroll through fault messages.
If no messages, the fault log exit
choice is displayed.
Press RESET key
Return to display mode.
Display mode stop key LED is on.
How to Clear the Fault Log Use the following procedure to clear the fault log.
Action
Description
Apply Power
Display
Comments
Logo display for 5 seconds.
Display mode showing Local
mode, voltage, current &
frequency status.
Press DISP key
Press DISP to scroll to the Fault
Log entry point.
Press ENTER key
Displays most recent message.
Display mode.
Press SHIFT key
Press RESET key
Press SHIFT key
Press ENTER key
Fault log is cleared.
Press or key
Scroll Fault Log Exit.
Press ENTER key
Return to display mode.
MN715
No faults in fault log.
Troubleshooting 5-3
Table 5-1 Fault Messages
FAULT MESSAGE
DESCRIPTION
Invalid Base ID
Failure to determine control horsepower and input voltage configuration from the Power
Base ID value in software.
NV Memory Fail
Failure to read or write to non-volatile memory.
Param Checksum
Parameter Checksum error detected.
Low INIT Bus V
Low bus voltage detected on startup.
HW Desaturation
High output current condition detected (greater than 400% of rated output current). On B2
size controls, a desat error can indicate any of the following: low line impedance, brake
transistor failure or internal output transistor overtemperature.
HW Surge Current
High output current condition detected (greater than 250% of rated output current).
HW Ground Fault
Ground Fault detected (output current leakage to ground).
HW Power Supply
Control Board power supply failure detected.
Hardware Protect
A general hardware fault was detected but cannot be isolated.
1 MIN Overload
Peak output current exceeded the 1 minute rating value.
3 SEC Overload
Peak output current exceeded the 3 second rating value.
Overcurrent
Continuous current limit exceeded.
BUS Overvoltage
High DC Bus voltage.
Bus Undervoltage
Low DC Bus voltage condition detected.
Heat Sink Temp
Control heatsink exceeded upper temperature limit. For size B2 controls, this fault may
indicate the main heatsink or the gate drive circuit board is too hot.
External Trip
Connection between J4-16 and J4-17 is open.
New Base ID
Control board detected a change in the Power Base ID value in software.
REGEN RES Power
Excessive power dissipation required by Dynamic Brake Hardware.
Line REGEN
Fault in Line REGEN converter unit - Series 21H Line REGEN Inverter control.
EXB Selection
Expansion board not installed to support the selected Level 1 Input Block, Command
Select parameter.
Torque Proving
Unbalanced current in the three phase motor leads.
Unknown FLT Code
Microprocessor detected a fault that is not identified in the fault code table.
µP RESET
A software watchdog timer has reset the processor because a process has timed out.
FLT Log MEM Fail
Corrupt data in fault log (may occur on older systems only).
Current SENS FLT
Failure to sense phase current.
Bus Current SENS
Failure to sense bus current.
5-4 Troubleshooting
MN715
Section 1
General Information
Power Base ID
Table 5-2 Power Base ID - Series 15H
230VAC
Catalog No.
201-E
201-W
202-E
202-W
203-E
203-W
205-E
205-W
207-E
207-W
207L-E
210-E
210-W
210L-E
215-E
215-W
210L-ER
215V
215L
220-E
220L
225
225V
225L
230
230V
230L
240
240L
250
250V
250L
275
MN715
Power
Base ID
823
823
824
824
825
825
826
82A
82D
82D
801
82E
82E
82B
82F
82F
80C
808
80D
830
80E
81D
809
80F
813 82C
816
817
814
818
815
80A
81C
460VAC
Catalog No.
401-E
401-W
402-E
402-W
403-E
403-W
405-E
405-W
407-E
407-W
407L-E
410-E
410-W
410L-E
415-E
415-W
410L-ER
415V
415L
420-E
420L
425-E
425V
425L
430
430V
430L
440
440L
450
450L
460
460V
460L
475
475L
4100
4100L
4125L
4150
4150V
4200
4250
4300
4350
4400
4450
4500
4600
4700
4800
Power
Base ID
A3B
A3B
A3C
A3C
A3D
A3D
A41
A41
A3E
A3E
A01
A4A
A4A
A3F
A4B
A4B
A08
A0E
A0F
A4C
A20
A4D
A0B
A21
A13
A0C
A22
A14 A48
A23
A15
A1C
A16
A0A
A24
A17
A1D
A18
A2F
A30
A9A
A19
A9B
AA5
AAE
AA6
AA7
AA9
AC4
AC5
AC6
AC7
575VAC
Catalog No.
501-E
501-W
502-E
502-W
503-E
503-W
505-E
505-W
507-E
507-W
510-E
510-W
515-E
515-W
515L
520-E
520L
525-E
525L
530
530L
540
540L
550
550L
560
575
5100
5150
5150V
5200
5250
5300
5350
5400
Power
Base ID
E1A
E1A
EIB
EIB
E1C
E1C
E1D
E1D
E1E
E1E
E29
E29
E2A
E2A
E0A
E2B
EOB
E2C
E0C
E13
E0D
E14
E0E
E15
E0F
E16
E17
E18
E1A
E19
E2A
E3A
EA4
EA5
EA6
Troubleshooting 5-5
Section 1
General Information
Table 5-3 Troubleshooting
INDICATION
Command Select
POSSIBLE CAUSE
CORRECTIVE ACTION
Incorrect operating mode
programmed.
Change Operating Mode in the Level 1 Input block to one that does not
require the expansion board.
Need expansion board.
Install the correct expansion board for selected operating mode.
Excessive dynamic braking power.
Check dynamic brake watt and resistance parameter values.
Increase the DECEL time.
Add external dynamic braking assemblies: RGA resistor kit or
RBA transistor assembly.
DECEL Rate set too low a value
Lengthen DECEL time.
Add external dynamic braking resistors or module.
Overhauling Motor load
Correct problem with motor load.
Add external dynamic braking resistors or module.
Dynamic brake mis-wired.
Check dynamic brake hardware wiring.
Input voltage too high.
Verify proper AC line voltage.
Use step down transformer if needed.
Use line reactor to minimize spikes.
Bus Undervoltage
Input voltage too low.
Verify proper AC line voltage.
Use step up transformer if needed.
Check power line disturbances (sags caused by start up of
other equipment).
Monitor power line fluctuations with date and time imprint
to isolate power problem.
Disconnect dynamic brake hardware and repeat operation.
External Trip
Motor ventilation insufficient.
Clean motor air intake and exhaust.
Check external blower for operation.
Verify motor’s internal fan is coupled securely.
Motor draws excessive current.
Check motor for overloading.
Verify proper sizing of control and motor.
Volts/Hertz ratio is wrong.
Adjust the Volts/Hz parameter value.
Adjust the Base Frequency.
Adjust the Max Output Voltage.
No thermostat connected.
Connect thermostat.
Verify connection of all external trip circuits used with thermostat.
Disable thermostat input at control.
Poor thermostat connections.
Check thermostat connections.
External trip parameter incorrect.
Verify connection of external trip circuit at J4-16.
Bus Overvoltage
Trip or
HW Overvoltage
Set external trip parameter to “OFF” if no connection made
at J4-16.
Hardware Protect
Fault duration too short to be
identified.
Reset control.
Check for proper grounding of power wiring and shielding of signal wiring.
Replace control board.
Heatsink Temp
Motor Overloaded.
Correct motor loading.
Verify proper sizing of control and motor.
Ambient temperature too high.
Relocate control to cooler operating area.
Add cooling fans or air conditioner to control cabinet.
Built-in fans are ineffective or
inoperative.
Verify fan operation.
Remove debris from fan and heatsink surfaces.
Replace fan or check fan wiring.
5-6 Troubleshooting
MN715
Section 1
General Information
Table 5-3 Troubleshooting
INDICATION
Continued
POSSIBLE CAUSE
CORRECTIVE ACTION
HW Desaturation
Accel/Decel rate set too short.
Torque Boost set too high.
Electrical noise in logic circuits.
Motor overloaded.
Lengthen Accel/Decel rate.
Reduce torque boost value.
Check for proper grounding of power wiring and shielding of signal wiring.
Verify proper sizing of control and motor or reduce motor load.
HW Power
Supply
Power supply malfunctioned.
Check internal connections.
Replace logic power board.
HW Ground Fault
Output current (motor current)
leakage to ground.
Disconnect wiring between control and motor. Retry test.
If GND FLT is cleared, reconnect motor leads and retry the test. Repair
motor if internally shorted.
Replace motor lead wire with low capacitance cable.
If GND FLT remains, contact Baldor.
Invalid Base ID
Control does not recognize hp and
Voltage configuration.
Press “RESET” key on keypad. If fault remains access ”Diagnostic Info”
and compare reported ID number with Table 5-2. If different, call Baldor.
Line REGEN
Fault in Line REGEN Converter
Series 21H Line REGEN Inverter only.
Motor Will Not
Start
Not enough starting torque.
Increase Current Limit setting.
Motor overloaded.
Check for proper motor loading.
Check couplings for binding.
Verify proper sizing of control and motor.
Motor may be commanded to run
below minimum frequency setting.
Increase speed command or lower minimum frequency setting.
Incorrect Command Select
parameter.
Change Command Select parameter to match wiring at J4.
Incorrect frequency command.
Verify control is receiving proper command signal at J4.
Max Frequency Limit set too low.
Adjust Max Frequency Limit parameter value.
Motor overloaded.
Check for mechanical overload. If unloaded motor shaft does not rotate
freely, check motor bearings.
Improper speed command.
Verify control is receiving proper command signal at input terminals.
Verify control is set to proper operating mode to receive your speed
command.
Speed potentiometer failure.
Replace potentiometer.
MIN Output Speed parameter set
too high.
Adjust MIN Output Speed parameter value.
Improper speed command.
Verify control is receiving proper command signal at input terminals.
Verify control is set to receive your speed command.
Speed potentiometer failure.
Replace potentiometer.
Torque boost set too high.
Adjust torque boost parameter value.
Misalignment of coupling.
Check motor/load coupling alignment.
Faulty motor.
Replace with a Baldor Motor.
Motor Will Not
Reach Maximum
Speed
Motor Will Not
Stop Rotation
Motor runs rough
at low speed
MN715
Troubleshooting 5-7
Section 1
General Information
Table 5-3 Troubleshooting
INDICATION
POSSIBLE CAUSE
Continued
CORRECTIVE ACTION
New Base ID
Replaced Control or circuit board.
Restore parameters to factory settings.
Reset control.
No Display
Lack of input voltage.
Check input power for proper voltage.
Loose connections.
Check input power termination.
Verify connection of operator keypad.
Adjust display contrast.
See Adjust Display Contrast.
NV Memory Fail
Memory fault occurred.
Press “RESET” key on keypad. Restore parameter values to factory
settings. If fault remains, call Baldor.
3 Sec Overload
Peak output current exceeded 3 sec Check PK Current Limit parameter in the Level 2
rating.
Output Limits block.
Check motor for overloading.
Increase ACCEL time.
Reduce motor load.
Verify proper sizing of control and motor.
1 Min Overload
Peak output current exceeded 1
minute rating.
Check PK Current Limit parameter in the Level 2
Output Limits block.
Check motor for overloading.
Increase ACCEL/DECEL times.
Reduce motor load.
Verify proper sizing of control and motor.
Over Speed
Motor exceeded 110% of MAX
Output Freq parameter value.
Check Max Output Freq in the Level 2 Output Limits block.
Param Checksum Memory fault occurred.
Press “RESET” key on keypad. Restore parameter values to factory
settings. If fault remains, call Baldor.
Regen RES
Power
Incorrect dynamic brake parameter.
Check Resistor Ohms and Resistor Watts parameters in the Level 2 Brake
Adjust block.
Regen power exceeded dynamic
brake resistor rating.
Add external dynamic braking assemblies: RGA resistor kit or RBA
transistor assembly.
Increase Decel Time.
Unknown Fault
Code
Microprocessor detected a fault that Press “RESET” key on keypad. Restore parameter values to factory
is not defined in the fault code table. settings. If fault remains, call Baldor.
Unstable Speed
Oscillating load.
Unstable input power.
Slip compensation too high.
Correct motor load.
Correct input power.
Adjust slip compensation.
uP Reset
A software watchdog timer has
reset the processor because a
process has timed out.
Press “RESET” key on keypad. If fault remains, call Baldor.
FLT Log MEM
Fail
Corrupt data in fault log (may occur
on older systems only).
Press “RESET” key on keypad. If fault remains, call Baldor.
Current SENS
FLT
Failure to sense phase current.
Press “RESET” key on keypad. If fault remains, call Baldor.
Bus Current
SENS
Failure to sense bus current.
Press “RESET” key on keypad. If fault remains, call Baldor.
5-8 Troubleshooting
MN715
Section 1
General Information
Electrical Noise Considerations
All electronic devices are vulnerable to significant electronic interference signals
(commonly called “Electrical Noise”). At the lowest level, noise can cause intermittent
operating errors or faults. From a circuit standpoint, 5 or 10 millivolts of noise may cause
detrimental operation. For example, analog speed and torque inputs are often scaled at 5
to 10VDC maximum with a typical resolution of one part in 1,000. Thus, noise of only 5
mV represents a substantial error.
At the extreme level, significant noise can cause damage to the drive. Therefore, it is
advisable to prevent noise generation and to follow wiring practices that prevent noise
generated by other devices from reaching sensitive circuits. In a control, such circuits
include inputs for speed, torque, control logic, and speed and position feedback, plus
outputs to some indicators and computers.
Relay and Contactor Coils
Among the most common sources of noise are the coils of contactors and relays. When
these highly inductive coil circuits are opened, transient conditions often generate spikes
of several hundred volts in the control circuit. These spikes can induce several volts of
noise in an adjacent wire that runs parallel to a control-circuit wire. Figure 5-1 illustrates
noise suppression for AC and DC relay coils.
Figure 5-1 AC and DC Coil Noise Suppression
RC snubber
AC Coil
0.47 mf
+
DC Coil
Diode
33 W
-
Wires between Controls and Motors
Output leads from a typical 460VAC drive controller contain rapid voltage rises created by
power semiconductors switching 650V in less than a microsecond, 1,000 to 10,000 times
a second. These noise signals can couple into sensitive drive circuits. If shielded pair
cable is used, the coupling is reduced by nearly 90%, compared to unshielded cable.
Even input AC power lines contain noise and can induce noise in adjacent wires. In some
cases, line reactors may be required.
To prevent induced transient noise in signal wires, all motor leads and AC power lines
should be contained in rigid metal conduit, or flexible conduit. Do not place line
conductors and load conductors in same conduit. Use one conduit for 3 phase input
wires and another conduit for the motor leads. The conduits should be grounded to form
a shield to contain the electrical noise within the conduit path. Signal wires - even ones in
shielded cable should never be placed in the conduit with motor power wires.
MN715
Troubleshooting 5-9
Section 1
General Information
Special Drive Situations
For severe noise situations, it may be necessary to reduce transient voltages in the wires
to the motor by adding load reactors. Load reactors are installed between the control and
motor.
Reactors are typically 3% reactance and are designed for the frequencies encountered in
PWM drives. For maximum benefit, the reactors should be mounted in the drive
enclosure with short leads between the control and the reactors.
Control Enclosures
Motor controls mounted in a grounded enclosure should also be connected to earth
ground with a separate conductor to ensure best ground connection. Often grounding
the control to the grounded metallic enclosure is not sufficient. Usually painted surfaces
and seals prevent solid metallic contact between the control and the panel enclosure.
Likewise, conduit should never be used as a ground conductor for motor power wires or
signal conductors.
Special Motor Considerations
Motor frames must also be grounded. As with control enclosures, motors must be
grounded directly to the control and plant ground with as short a ground wire as possible.
Capacitive coupling within the motor windings produces transient voltages between the
motor frame and ground. The severity of these voltages increases with the length of the
ground wire. Installations with the motor and control mounted on a common frame, and
with heavy ground wires less than 10 ft. long, rarely have a problem caused by these
motor–generated transient voltages.
Analog Signal Wires
Analog signals generally originate from speed and torque controls, plus DC tachometers
and process controllers. Reliability is often improved by the following noise reduction
techniques:
•
•
•
5-10 Troubleshooting
Use twisted-pair shielded wires with the shield grounded at the drive end only.
Route analog signal wires away from power or control wires (all other wiring types).
Cross power and control wires at right angles (90°) to minimize inductive noise
coupling.
MN715
Section 6
Specifications and Product Data
Specifications:
Horsepower
Input Frequency
Output Voltage
Output Current
Output Frequency
Service Factor
Duty
Overload Capacity
Frequency Setting
Frequency Setting Potentiometer
Rated Storage Temperature:
Power Loss Ridethrough
Power Factor (Displacement)
Efficiency
1-50 HP @ 230VAC
1-800 HP @ 460VAC
1-600 HP @ 575VAC
50/60Hz ± 5%
0 to Maximum Input VAC
See Ratings Table
0 to 120Hz or 0 to 400Hz (jumper selectable)–
1.0
Continuous
Constant Torque Mode:
170-200% for 3 secs
150% for 60 secs
Variable Torque Mode:
115% for 60 secs
Keypad, 0-5VDC, 0-10VDC, 4-20mA
5kW or 10kW, 1/2 Watt
– 30°C to +65°C
15ms minimum at full load, 200 ms at idle
0.95% minimum
95% minimum at full load and speed
Operating Conditions:
Voltage Range: 230 VAC Models
460 VAC Models
575 VAC Models
Input Line Impedance:
Ambient Operating Temperature:
Enclosure:
Humidity:
Altitude:
Shock:
Vibration:
180-264 VAC 3f 60Hz/180-230 VAC 3f 50Hz
342-528 VAC 3f 60Hz/340-457 VAC 3f 50Hz
495-660 VAC 3f 60Hz
3% Minimum Required (A, B, C, D, E Sizes)
1% (B2, C2, D2, F, G, G2, G+, H Sizes)
0 to +40°C
Derate Output 2% per °C
over 40°C to 55°C (130°F) Maximum
NEMA 1:
E, EO and ER (suffix) Models
NEMA 4X:
W (suffix) Models
Protected Chassis
MO and MR (suffix) Models
NEMA 1 & protected: To 90% RH non-condensing
NEMA 4X:
To 100% RH condensing
Sea level to 3300 feet (1000 meters)
Derate 2% per 1000 feet (303 meters) above 3300 feet
1G
0.5G at 10Hz to 60Hz
Keypad Display:
Display
Keys
Functions
LED Indicators
Remote Mount
MN715
Backlit LCD Alphanumeric
2 Lines x 16 Characters
Membrane keypad with tactile response
Output status monitoring
Digital speed control
Parameter setting and display
Fault log display
Motor run and jog
Local/Remote
Forward run command
Reverse run command
Stop command
Jog active
100 feet Maximum from control
Specifications and Product Data 6-1
Control Specifications:
Control Method
Sinewave Carrier input, PWM output
Frequency Accuracy
0.01Hz Digital
0.05 % Analog
Frequency Resolution
0.01Hz Digital
0.5% Analog
Carrier Frequency
1kHz to15kHz adjustable
2.5kHz Standard
8.0kHz Quiet
Transistor Type
IGBT (Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor)
Transistor Rise Time
2500 V/msec. (dv/dt)
Torque Boost
Automatic adjustment to load (Standard)
0 to 15% of input voltage (Manual)
Volts/Hertz Pattern
Linear, Squared Reduced, Three Point
Accel/Decel Time
0 to 3600 sec. for 2 assignable plus JOG
S-Curve Time
0 to 100%
Base Frequency
10 to 400Hz
Regenerative Braking Torque
20% Minimum (–E, –W)
100% with optional external braking resistor (–EO, –MO, –ER)
Jog Frequency
0 to Maximum frequency
Skip Frequency
0 to Maximum frequency in 3 zones.
Minimum Output Frequency
0 to Maximum frequency
Maximum Output Frequency
0 to Maximum frequency
Auto Restart
Manual or Automatic
Slip Compensation
0 to 6Hz
Operating modes
Keypad
Standard Run
15 Speed 2 Wire
Fan Pump 2 Wire
Fan Pump 3 Wire
Serial
Process Control
3 Speed Analog 2 Wire
3 Speed Analog 3 Wire
Electronic Pot – 2 Wire
Electronic Pot 3 Wire
Analog Inputs: (2 Inputs)
Potentiometer Input
0 - 10VDC
Differential Input Full Scale Range
0-5VDC, 0-10VDC, 4-20mA
Differential Input Common Mode Rejection
40db
Input Impedance
20kW
6-2 Specifications and Product Data
MN715
Analog Outputs: (2 Outputs)
Analog Outputs
2 Assignable
Full Scale Range
0 to 5 VDC Nominal (0 to 8VDC Maximum)
Source Current
1 mA maximum
Resolution
8 bits
Output Conditions
7 conditions plus calibration (see parameter table)
Digital Inputs: (9 Inputs)
Opto-isolated Logic Inputs
9 Assignable
Rated Voltage
10 - 30VDC
Input Impedance (Opto-Isolated Logic Inputs)
6.8kW (Closed contacts standard)
Leakage Current (Opto-Isolated inputs OFF)
10mA Maximum
Digital Outputs:
(2 Opto Isolated Outputs)
Rated Voltage
5 to 30VDC
Maximum Current
60 mA Maximum
ON Voltage Drop
2 VDC Maximum
OFF Leakage Current
0.1 mA Maximum
Output Conditions
10 Conditions (see parameter table)
(2 Relay Outputs)
Rated Voltage
5 to 30VDC or 230VAC
Maximum Current
5A Maximum non–inductive
Output Conditions
10 Conditions (see parameter table)
Diagnostic Indications:
Invalid Base ID
NV Memory Fail
Param Checksum
New Base ID
HW Desaturation
HW Surge Current
HW Ground Fault
HW Power Supply
Hardware Protect
1 Min Overload
3 Sec Overload
Bus Overvoltage
Bus Undervoltage
Heat Sink Temp
External Trip
REGEN Res Power
Low INIT Bus V
Overcurrent
EXB Selection
Torque Proving
µP Reset
FLT Log MEM Fail
Current SENS FLT
Bus Current SENS
Note: All specifications are subject to change without notice.
MN715
Specifications and Product Data 6-3
Ratings Series 15H Stock Products
STANDARD 2.5 kHz PWM
CATALOG
NO.
ID15H201–E, –W
ID15H202–E, –W
ID15H203–E, –W
ID15H205–E, –W
ID15H207–E, –W
ID15H210–E –W
ID15H215–E –W
ID15H220–E
ID15H225–EO
ID15H230–EO
ID15H240–EO
ID15H250–EO
ID15H250V–MO
ID15H401–E, –W
ID15H402–E, –W
ID15H403–E, –W
ID15H405–E, –W
ID15H407–E, –W
ID15H410–E, –W
ID15H415–E, –W
ID15H420–E, –W
ID15H425–E
ID15H430–EO
ID15H440–EO
ID15H450–EO
ID15H460–EO
ID15H475–EO
ID15H4100–EO
ID15H4150V–EO
ID15H4150–EO
ID15H4200–EO
ID15H4250–EO
ID15H4300–EO
ID15H4350–EO
ID15H4400–EO
ID15H4450–EO
ID15H4500–EO
ID15H4600–EO
ID15H4700–EO
ID15H4800–EO
ID15H501–E, –W
ID15H502–E, –W
ID15H503–E, –W
ID15H505–E, –W
ID15H507–E, –W
ID15H510–E, –W
ID15H515–E, –W
ID15H520–E, –W
ID15H525–E
ID15H530–EO
ID15H540–EO
ID15H550–EO
ID15H560–EO
ID15H575–EO
ID15H5100–EO
ID15H5150–EO
ID15H5150V–EO
ID15H5200–EO
ID15H5300–EO
ID15H5350–EO
ID15H5400–EO
INPUT
VOLT
SIZE
230
230
230
230
230
230
230
230
230
230
230
230
230
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
575
575
575
575
575
575
575
575
575
575
575
575
575
575
575
575
575
575
575
575
575
A
A
A
A
B2
B2
B2
B2
C2
C2
D2
D2
D
A
A
A
A
A
B2
B2
B2
B2
C2
C2
D
D
E
E
E
F
F
F
G2
G2
G2
G
G+
G+
G+
G+
A
A
A
A
A
B2
B2
B2
B2
C2
C2
D2
D2
E
E
F
E
F
G
G
G
6-4 Specifications and Product Data
Input
Amp
4.1
7.2
10.3
16.5
22.7
28.8
43.3
57
70
82
108
134
134
2.1
4.1
5.2
8.2
11.3
14.4
21.6
28
35
41
57
67
82
103
129
185
196
258
319
381
432
494
556
607
731
855
979
1.6
3.1
4.1
7.2
9.3
11.3
17.5
23
28
33
44
56
67
79
102
155
148
206
300
350
402
CONSTANT TORQUE
Output
HP
KW
IC
1
0.75
4.0
2
1.5
7.0
3
2.2
10
5
3.7
16
7.5
5.5
22
10
7.4
28
15
11.1
42
20
14.9
54
25
18.6
68
30
22.3
80
40
30
105
50
37
130
50
37
130
1
0.75
2.0
2
1.5
4.0
3
2.2
5.0
5
3.7
8.0
7.5
5.6
11
10
7.4
14
15
11.2
21
20
14.9
27
25
18.7
34
30
22.4
40
40
29.9
55
50
37
65
60
45
80
75
56
100
100
75
125
150
112
180
150
112
190
200
149
250
250
187
310
300
224
370
350
261
420
400
298
480
450
336
540
500
373
590
600
447
710
700
522
830
800
597
950
1
0.75
1.5
2
1.5
3.0
3
2.2
4.0
5
3.7
7.0
7.5
5.6
9.0
10
7.5
11
15
11.2
17
20
15
22
25
19
27
30
22
32
40
29.8
41
50
37
52
60
45
62
75
56
77
100
75
100
150
112
150
150
112
145
200
149
200
300
224
290
350
261
340
400
298
390
IP
8.0
14
20
32
44
56
84
108
116
140
200
225
260
4.0
8.0
10
16
22
28
42
54
68
70
100
115
140
200
220
300
380
500
620
630
720
820
920
1180
1210
1660
1710
3.0
6.0
8.0
14
18
22
34
44
54
56
75
92
109
155
200
300
260
400
580
680
780
Input
Amp
7.2
10.3
16.5
22.7
28.8
43.2
57
57
82
82
134
134
134
4.1
5.2
8.2
11.3
14.4
21.6
27.8
35
35
54
54
82
103
129
165
185
247
319
381
432
494
556
607
731
855
979
1102
3.1
4.1
7.2
9.3
11.3
17.5
22.7
28
28
44
56
67
67
102
129
206
148
258
350
402
453
VARIABLE TORQUE
Output
HP
KW
IC
2
1.5
7
3
2.2
10
5
3.7
16
7.5
5.5
22
10
7.4
28
15
11.1
42
20
11.1
54
20
18.6
54
30
22.3
80
30
22.4
80
50
37
130
50
37
130
50
37
130
2
1.5
4.0
3
2.2
5.0
5
3.7
8.0
7.5
5.6
11
10
7.5
14
15
11.2
21
20
14.9
27
25
18.7
34
25
22.4
34
40
29.9
52
40
29.9
52
60
45
80
75
56
100
100
75
125
125
93
160
150
112
180
200
149
240
250
187
310
300
224
370
350
261
420
400
298
480
450
336
540
500
373
590
600
447
710
700
522
830
800
597
950
900
671
1070
2.0
1.5
3.0
3
2.2
4.0
5
3.7
7.0
7.5
5.6
9.0
10
7.5
11
15
11.2
17
20
14.9
22
20
14.9
22
25
18.7
27
40
30
41
50
37.2
52
60
45
62
60
45
62
100
75
100
125
93
125
200
149
200
150
112
145
250
186
250
350
261
340
400
298
390
450
336
440
IP
8
12
19
25
32
48
62
62
92
92
150
150
150
5.0
6.0
10
13
17
24
31
39
39
60
60
92
115
144
184
207
276
360
430
490
560
620
680
820
960
1100
1230
4.0
5.0
8.0
11
13
20
25
25
31
47
60
71
71
115
145
230
166
290
400
450
510
MN715
Ratings Series 15H Stock Products Continued
QUIET 8.0 kHz PWM
CATALOG
NO.
ID15H201–E, –W
ID15H202–E, –W
ID15H203–E, –W
ID15H205–E, –W
ID15H207–E, –W
ID15H210–E –W
ID15H215–E –W
ID15H220–E
ID15H225–EO
ID15H230–EO
ID15H240–EO
ID15H250–EO
ID15H250V–MO
ID15H401–E, –W
ID15H402–E, –W
ID15H403–E, –W
ID15H405–E, –W
ID15H407–E, –W
ID15H410–E, –W
ID15H415–E, –W
ID15H420–E, –W
ID15H425–E
ID15H430–EO
ID15H440–EO
ID15H450–EO
ID15H460–EO
ID15H475–EO
ID15H4100–EO
ID15H4150V–EO
ID15H4150–EO
ID15H4200–EO
ID15H4250–EO
ID15H4300–EO
ID15H4350–EO
ID15H4400–EO
ID15H4450–EO
ID15H501–E, –W
ID15H502–E, –W
ID15H503–E, –W
ID15H505–E, –W
ID15H507–E, –W
ID15H510–E, –W
ID15H515–E, –W
ID15H520–E, –W
ID15H525–E
ID15H530–EO
ID15H540–EO
ID15H550–EO
ID15H560–EO
ID15H575–EO
ID15H5100–EO
ID15H5150–EO
ID15H5150V–EO
ID15H5200–EO
ID15H5300–EO
ID15H5350–EO
ID15H5400–EO
MN715
INPUT
VOLT
SIZE
230
230
230
230
230
230
230
230
230
230
230
230
230
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
575
575
575
575
575
575
575
575
575
575
575
575
575
575
575
575
575
575
575
575
575
A
A
A
A
B2
B2
B2
B2
C2
C2
D2
D2
D
A
A
A
A
A
B2
B2
B2
B2
C2
C2
D
D
E
E
E
F
F
F
G2
G2
G2
G
A
A
A
A
A
B2
B2
B2
B2
C2
C2
D2
D2
E
E
F
E
F
G
G
G
Input
Amp
3.1
4.1
7.2
10.3
16.5
22.7
28.8
43
56
72
82
108
134
1.6
2.1
4.1
5.2
8.2
11.3
15.5
22
22
36
41
57
67
82
103
128
155
196
258
CONSTANT TORQUE
Output
HP
KW
IC
0.75
0.56
3.0
1
0.75
4.0
2
1.5
7.0
3
2.2
10
5
3.7
16
7.5
5.5
22
10
7.4
28
15
11.1
42
20
14.9
54
25
18.6
70
30
22
80
40
30
105
50
37
130
0.75
0.56
1.5
1
0.75
2.0
2
1.5
4.0
3
2.2
5.0
5
3.7
8.0
7.5
5.6
11
10
7.5
15
15
11.2
21
15
11.2
21
25
18.7
35
30
22.4
40
40
30
55
50
37
65
60
45
80
75
56
100
100
75
125
125
93
150
150
112
190
200
149
250
1.2
1.5
3.1
4.1
7.2
9.3
11.3
18
23
28
33
44
56
0.75
1
2
3
5
7.5
10
10
20
25
30
40
50
0.56
0.75
1.5
2.2
3.7
5.6
7.5
7.5
15.5
19
22.3
30
37
1.1
1.5
3.0
4.0
7.0
9
11
11
22
27
32
41
52
IP
6.0
8.0
14
20
32
44
56
84
92
122
160
183
244
3.0
4.0
8.0
10
16
22
28
42
42
61
80
92
122
160
183
240
260
380
500
Input
Amp
4.1
7.2
10.3
16.5
22.7
28.8
43.3
56
70
70
107
134
134
2.1
4.1
5.2
8.2
11.3
14.4
21.6
28
28
41
41
67
82
103
129
165
175
216
319
VARIABLE TORQUE
Output
HP
KW
IC
1
0.75
4
2
1.5
7
3
2.2
10
5
3.7
16
7.5
5.5
22
10
7.4
28
15
11.1
42
20
14.9
54
25
18.6
68
25
18.6
68
40
30
104
50
37
130
50
37
130
1
0.75
2.0
2
1.5
4.0
3
2.2
5.0
5
3.7
8.0
7.5
5.6
11
10
7.5
14
15
11.2
21
20
14.9
27
20
14.9
27
30
22.4
40
30
22.4
40
50
37
65
60
45
80
75
56
100
100
75
125
125
93
160
150
112
170
175
130
210
250
186
310
IP
5
8
12
19
25
32
48
62
78
78
120
150
150
3.0
5.0
6.0
10
13
16
24
31
31
46
46
75
92
115
144
184
200
240
360
2.2
3.0
6.0
8.0
14
18
22
22
44
47
58
73
91
1.6
3.1
4.1
7.2
9.3
11.3
17.5
17.5
28
33
44
56
67
1
2
3
5
7.5
10
10
10
25
30
40
50
60
1.7
4.0
5.0
8.0
11
13
13
13
31
37
47
60
71
0.75
1.5
2.2
3.7
5.6
7.5
7.5
7.5
19
22
29.8
37
45
1.5
3.0
4.0
7.0
9
11
11
11
27
32
41
52
62
Specifications and Product Data 6-5
Ratings Series 15H Custom Control
STANDARD 2.5 kHz PWM
CATALOG
NO.
ID15H210L–ER
ID15H215L–ER
ID15H220L–ER
ID15H225L–ER
ID15H230L–ER
ID15H240L–MR
ID15H410L–ER
ID15H415L–ER
ID15H420L–ER
ID15H425L–ER
ID15H430L–ER
ID15H440L–ER
ID15H450L–ER
ID15H460L–ER
ID15H475L–EO
INPUT
VOLT
CONSTANT TORQUE
SIZE
230
230
230
230
230
230
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
C
C
C
C
C
D
C
C
C
C
C
C
D
D
E
Input
Amp
33
47
62
77
93
118
16
25
31
39
46
62
77
93
113
VARIABLE TORQUE
Output
HP
10
15
20
25
30
40
10
15
20
25
30
40
50
60
75
KW
5
11
15
19
22
30
5
11
15
19
22
30
37
45
56
IC
32
46
60
75
90
115
16
24
30
38
45
60
75
90
110
IP
72
108
140
180
210
270
36
54
70
90
108
140
190
215
270
Input
Amp
43
56
56
70
107
118
22
28
28
35
54
62
82
103
129
Output
HP
15
20
20
25
40
40
15
20
20
25
40
40
60
75
100
KW
11
15
15
19
30
30
11
15
15
19
30
30
45
56
75
IC
42
54
54
68
104
115
21
27
27
34
52
60
80
100
125
IP
48
62
62
78
120
133
24
31
31
39
60
69
92
115
144
QUIET 8.0 kHz PWM
CATALOG
NO.
ID15H210L–ER
ID15H215L–ER
ID15H220L–ER
ID15H225L–ER
ID15H230L–ER
ID15H240L–MR
ID15H410L–ER
ID15H415L–ER
ID15H420L–ER
ID15H425L–ER
ID15H430L–ER
ID15H440L–ER
ID15H450L–ER
ID15H460L–ER
ID15H475L–EO
INPUT
VOLT
CONSTANT TORQUE
SIZE
230
230
230
230
230
230
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
6-6 Specifications and Product Data
C
C
C
C
C
D
C
C
C
C
C
C
D
D
E
Input
Amp
25
33
49
62
77
93
12
16
25
31
38
46
62
77
93
VARIABLE TORQUE
Output
HP
7.5
10
15
20
25
30
7.5
10
15
20
25
30
40
50
60
KW
5.6
7.5
11
15
19
22
5.6
7.5
11
15
19
22
30
37
45
IC
24
32
48
60
75
90
12
16
24
30
37
45
60
75
90
IP
61
92
122
170
190
240
30
46
61
90
95
122
170
190
240
Input
Amp
43
56
56
56
82
107
22
28
28
28
41
41
67
82
103
Output
HP
15
20
20
20
30
40
15
20
20
20
30
30
50
60
75
KW
11
15
15
15
22
30
11
15
15
15
22
22
37
45
56
IC
42
54
54
54
80
104
21
27
27
27
40
40
65
80
100
IP
48
62
62
62
92
120
24
31
31
31
46
46
75
92
115
MN715
Ratings Series 15H Custom Control w/Internal DB Transistor
STANDARD 2.5 kHz PWM
CATALOG
NO.
ID15H215–ER
ID15H220–ER
ID15H225–ER
ID15H230–ER
ID15H240–MR
ID15H250–MR
ID15H250V–MR
ID15H415–ER
ID15H420–ER
ID15H425–ER
ID15H430–ER
ID15H440–ER
ID15H450–ER
ID15H460–ER
ID15H515–ER
ID15H520–ER
ID15H525–ER
ID15H530–ER
ID15H540–ER
ID15H550–ER
ID15H560–ER
INPUT
VOLT
SIZE
230
230
230
230
230
230
230
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
575
575
575
575
575
575
575
C2
C2
C2
C2
D
D
D
B
C2
C2
C2
C2
D
D
B
C
C
C
D
D
D
Input
Amp
43
57
70
82
108
134
134
21.6
28
35
41
57
67
82
17.5
23
28
33
44
56
67
CONSTANT TORQUE
Output
HP
KW
IC
15
11.1
42
20
14.9
55
25
18.6
68
30
22.3
80
40
30
105
50
37
130
50
37
130
15
11.2
21
20
14.9
27
25
18.7
34
30
22.4
40
40
29.9
55
50
37
65
60
45
80
15
11.2
17
20
15
22
25
19
27
30
22
32
40
29.8
41
50
37
52
60
45
62
IP
72
100
116
140
200
225
260
42
54
58
70
100
115
140
34
44
46
56
75
92
109
Input
Amp
56
70
82
82
134
134
134
27.8
35
41
54
54
82
103
22.7
28
33
44
56
67
VARIABLE TORQUE
Output
HP
KW
IC
20
14.9
54
25
18.6
68
30
22.3
80
30
22.4
80
50
37
130
50
37
130
50
37
130
20
14.9
27
25
18.7
34
30
22.4
40
40
29.9
52
40
29.9
52
60
45
80
75
56
100
20
14.9
22
25
19
27
30
22
32
40
30
41
50
37.2
52
60
45
62
IP
62
78
92
92
150
150
150
31
39
46
60
60
92
115
26
31
37
47
60
71
VARIABLE TORQUE
Output
HP
KW
IC
15
11.1
42
20
14.9
54
25
18.6
68
25
18.6
68
40
30
104
50
37
130
50
37
130
15
11.2
21
20
14.9
27
25
18.7
34
30
22.4
40
30
22.4
40
50
37
65
60
45
80
15
11.2
17
20
15
22
25
19
27
30
22
32
40
29.8
41
50
37
52
60
45
62
IP
48
62
78
78
120
150
150
25
31
39
46
46
75
92
20
25
31
37
47
60
71
QUIET 8.0 kHz PWM
CATALOG
NO.
ID15H215–ER
ID15H220–ER
ID15H225–ER
ID15H230–ER
ID15H240–MR
ID15H250–MR
ID15H250V–MR
ID15H415–ER
ID15H420–ER
ID15H425–ER
ID15H430–ER
ID15H440–ER
ID15H450–ER
ID15H460–ER
ID15H515–ER
ID15H520–ER
ID15H525–ER
ID15H530–ER
ID15H540–ER
ID15H550–ER
ID15H560–ER
MN715
INPUT
VOLT
SIZE
Input
Amp
230
230
230
230
230
230
230
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
575
575
575
575
575
575
575
C2
C2
C2
C2
D
D
D
B
C2
C2
C2
C2
D
D
B
C
C
C
D
D
D
31
43
56
72
82
108
134
15.5
22
28
36
41
57
67
11.3
18
23
28
33
44
56
CONSTANT TORQUE
Output
HP
KW
IC
10
7.4
30
15
11.1
42
20
14.9
54
25
18.6
70
30
22
80
40
30
105
50
37
130
10
7.5
15
15
11.2
21
20
14.9
27
25
18.7
35
30
22.4
40
40
30
55
50
37
65
10
7.5
11
15
11.5
17
20
15.5
22
25
19
27
30
22.3
32
40
30
41
50
37
52
IP
61
92
92
122
160
183
244
30
46
46
61
80
92
122
22
34
38
47
58
73
91
Input
Amp
43
56
70
70
107
134
134
21.6
28
35
41
41
67
82
17.5
23
28
33
44
56
67
Specifications and Product Data 6-7
Terminal Tightening Torque Specifications
Table 6-4 Series 15H Stock Products
230 VAC
Catalog No.
ID15H201–E or W
ID15H202–E or W
ID15H203–E or W
ID15H205–E or W
ID15H207–E or W
ID15H210–E
ID15H210–ER
ID15H210L–ER
ID15H215–E
ID15H215V–EO
ID15H215V–ER
ID15H215–EO
ID15H215–ER
ID15H215L–ER
ID15H220–EO
ID15H220–ER
ID15H220L–ER
ID15H225V–EO
ID15H225V–ER
ID15H225–EO
ID15H225–ER
ID15H225L–ER
ID15H230–EO
ID15H230V–EO
ID15H230V–ER
ID15H230L–ER
ID15H240–MO
ID15H240–MR
ID15H240L–MR
ID15H250V–MO
ID15H250V–MR
ID15H250–MO
ID15H250–MR
Power TB1
Lb-in
Nm
Ground
Lb-in
Nm
8
8
8
8
20
20
35
35
20
35
35
50
35
35
50
35
35
35
35
50
22–26
35
50
22–26
35
22–26
140
140
140
140
140
140
140
15
15
15
15
15
15
50
50
15
50
50
50
50
50
50
22–26
22–26
50
50
50
22–26
22–26
50
22–26
22–26
22–26
50
50
50
50
50
22–26
22–26
0.9
0.9
0.9
0.9
2.5
2.5
4
4
2.5
4
4
5.6
4
4
5.6
4
4
4
4
5.6
2.5–3
4
5.6
2.5–3
4
2.5–3
15.8
15.8
15.8
15.8
15.8
15.8
15.8
6-8 Specifications and Product Data
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
5.6
5.6
1.7
5.6
5.6
5.6
5.6
5.6
5.6
2.5–3
2.5–3
5.6
5.6
5.6
2.5–3
2.5–3
5.6
2.5–3
2.5–3
2.5–3
5.6
5.6
5.6
5.6
5.6
2.5–3
2.5–3
Tightening Torque
Control J1
Lb-in
Nm
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
B+/R1; B+; B–; or R2
Lb-in
Nm
8
8
8
8
20
20
35
35
20
35
35
50
35
35
50
35
35
35
35
50
22–26
35
50
22–26
35
22–26
140
140
140
140
140
140
140
0.9
0.9
0.9
0.9
2.5
2.5
4
4
2.5
4
4
5.6
4
4
5.6
4
4
4
4
5.6
2.5–3
4
5.6
2.5–3
4
2.5–3
15.8
15.8
15.8
15.8
15.8
15.8
15.8
D1/D2
Lb-in
Nm
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
3.5
–
32
–
–
32
–
–
3.5
–
32
–
–
32
3.5
–
–
3.5
–
–
3.5
–
3.5
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
0.4
–
3.6
–
–
3.6
–
–
0.4
–
3.6
–
–
3.6
0.4
–
–
0.4
–
–
0.4
–
0.4
–
MN715
Terminal Tightening Torque Specifications
Continued
Table 6-4 Series 15H Stock Products Continued
460 VAC
Catalog No.
ID15H401–E or W
ID15H402–E or W
ID15H403 –E or W
ID15H405–E
ID15H405–W
ID15H407–E or W
ID15H410–E
ID15H410–ER
ID15H415–E
ID15H415V–EO
ID15H415–EO
ID15H415–ER
ID15H415L–ER
ID15H420–EO
ID15H420–ER
ID15H420L–ER
ID15H425V–EO
ID15H425V–ER
ID15H425–EO
ID15H425–ER
ID15H425L–ER
ID15H430V–EO
ID15H430V–ER
ID15H430–EO
ID15H430L–ER
ID15H440–EO
ID15H440–ER
ID15H440L–ER
ID15H450–EO
ID15H450–ER
ID15H450L–ER
ID15H460V–EO
ID15H460V–ER
ID15H460–EO
ID15H460–ER
ID15H460L–ER
ID15H475–EO
ID15H475L–EO
MN715
Power TB1
Lb-in
Nm
Ground
Lb-in
Nm
Tightening Torque
Control J1
Lb-in
Nm
B+/R1; B+; B–; or R2
Lb-in
Nm
D1/D2
Lb-in
Nm
8
8
8
8
20
20
20
35
35
35
0.9
0.9
0.9
0.9
2.5
2.5
2.5
4
4
4
15
15
15
15
20
20
20
50
50
20
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
2.5
2.5
2.5
5.6
5.6
2.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
8
8
8
8
20
20
20
35
35
35
0.9
0.9
0.9
0.9
2.5
2.5
2.5
4
4
4
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
3.5
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
0.4
35
35
35
50
35
35
35
35
50
35
35
35
35
50
35
50
22–26
35
22–26
22–26
22–26
22–26
22–26
22–26
22–26
22–26
140
75
4
4
4
5.6
4
4
4
4
5.6
4
4
4
4
5.6
4
5.6
2.5–3
4
2.5–3
2.5–3
2.5–3
2.5–3
2.5–3
2.5–3
2.5–3
2.5–3
15.8
8.5
20
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
22–26
50
22–26
22–26
22–26
22–26
22–26
22–26
22–26
22–26
50
50
2.5
5.6
5.6
5.6
5.6
5.6
5.6
5.6
5.6
5.6
5.6
5.6
5.6
5.6
5.6
5.6
2.5–3
5.6
2.5–3
2.5–3
2.5–3
2.5–3
2.5–3
2.5–3
2.5–3
2.5–3
5.6
5.6
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
35
35
35
50
35
35
35
35
50
35
35
35
35
50
35
50
22–26
35
22–26
22–26
22–26
22–26
22–26
22–26
22–26
22–26
140
75
4
4
4
5.6
4
4
4
4
5.6
4
4
4
4
5.6
4
5.6
2.5–3
4
2.5–3
2.5–3
2.5–3
2.5–3
2.5–3
2.5–3
2.5–3
2.5–3
15.8
8.5
3.5
–
–
32
–
–
3.5
–
32
–
–
3.5
–
32
–
32
–
–
3.5
–
–
3.5
–
3.5
–
–
3.5
3.5
0.4
–
–
3.6
–
–
0.4
–
3.6
–
–
0.4
–
3.6
–
3.6
–
–
0.4
–
–
0.4
–
0.4
–
–
0.4
0.4
Specifications and Product Data 6-9
Terminal Tightening Torque Specifications
Continued
Table 6-4 Series 15H Stock Products Continued
Tightening Torque
460 VAC
Catalog No.
Power TB1
Ground
Control J1
D1/D2
B+/R1; B+; B–; or R2
Lb-in
Nm
Lb-in
Nm
Lb-in
Nm
Lb-in
Nm
Lb-in
Nm
ID15H4100–EO
75
8.5
50
5.6
4.5
0.5
75
8.5
3.5
0.4
ID15H4150V–EO
75
8.5
50
5.6
4.5
0.5
75
8.5
3.5
0.4
ID15H4150–EO
275
31
50
5.6
4.5
0.5
275
31
3.5
0.4
ID15H4200–EO
275
31
50
5.6
4.5
0.5
275
31
3.5
0.4
ID15H4250–EO
375
42
375
42
4.5
0.5
375
42
3.5
0.4
ID15H4300–EO
375
42
375
42
4.5
0.5
375
42
3.5
0.4
ID15H4350–EO
375
42
375
42
4.5
0.5
375
42
3.5
0.4
ID15H4400–EO
375
42
375
42
4.5
0.5
375
42
3.5
0.4
ID15H4400–EO
375
42
375
42
4.5
0.5
375
42
3.5
0.4
ID15H4450–EO
375
42
375
42
4.5
0.5
375
42
3.5
0.4
ID15H4500–EO
375
42
375
42
4.5
0.5
375
42
3.5
0.4
ID15H44600–EO
375
42
375
42
4.5
0.5
375
42
3.5
0.4
ID15H4700–EO
375
42
375
42
4.5
0.5
375
42
3.5
0.4
ID15H4800–EO
375
42
375
42
4.5
0.5
375
42
3.5
0.4
Continued
6-10 Specifications and Product Data
MN715
Table 6-4 Series 15H Stock Products Continued
Tightening Torque
575 VAC
Catalog No.
Power TB1
Ground
Control J1
D1/D2
B+/R1; B+; B–; or R2
Lb-in
Nm
Lb-in
Nm
Lb-in
Nm
Lb-in
Nm
Lb-in
Nm
ID15H501–E
8
0.9
15
1.7
4.5
0.5
8
0.9
–
–
ID15H502–E
8
0.9
15
1.7
4.5
0.5
8
0.9
–
–
ID15H503–E
8
0.9
15
1.7
4.5
0.5
8
0.9
–
–
ID15H505–E
8
0.9
15
1.7
4.5
0.5
8
0.9
–
–
ID15H507–E
20
2.5
20
2.5
4.5
0.5
20
2.5
–
–
ID15H510–E
20
2.5
20
2.5
4.5
0.5
20
2.5
–
–
ID15H515–E
20
2.5
20
2.5
4.5
0.5
20
2.5
–
–
ID15H515–EO
35
4
20
2.5
4.5
0.5
35
4
3.5
0.4
ID15H515–ER
35
4
20
2.5
4.5
0.5
35
4
–
–
ID15H520–EO
35
4
20
2.5
4.5
0.5
35
4
3.5
0.4
ID15H520–EO
35
4
50
5.6
4.5
0.5
35
4
3.5
0.4
ID15H525–EO
35
4
50
5.6
4.5
0.5
35
4
3.5
0.4
ID15H525–ER
35
4
50
5.6
4.5
0.5
35
4
–
–
ID15H530–EO
35
4
50
5.6
4.5
0.5
35
4
3.5
0.4
ID15H530–ER
35
4
50
5.6
4.5
0.5
35
4
–
–
ID15H540–EO
35
4
50
5.6
4.5
0.5
35
4
3.5
0.4
ID15H540–ER
35
4
50
5.6
4.5
0.5
35
4
–
–
ID15H550–EO
35
4
50
5.6
4.5
0.5
35
4
3.5
0.4
ID15H550–ER
35
4
50
5.6
4.5
0.5
35
4
–
–
ID15H560–EO
35
4
50
5.6
4.5
0.5
35
4
3.5
0.4
ID15H560–ER
35
4
50
5.6
4.5
0.5
35
4
–
–
ID15H575–EO
20 - 30
2.5 - 3.5
50
5.6
4.5
0.5
20 - 30
2.5 - 3.5
3.5
0.4
ID15H5100–EO
20 - 30
2.5 - 3.5
50
5.6
4.5
0.5
20 - 30
2.5 - 3.5
3.5
0.4
ID15H5150V–EO
35 - 50
4 - 5.7
50
5.6
4.5
0.5
35 - 50
4 - 5.7
3.5
0.4
MN715
Specifications and Product Data 6-11
Mounting Dimensions
Size A Control
7.20
(182.9mm)
JOG
LOCAL
FWD
DISP
REV
SHIFT
STOP
0.25
(6.4mm)
7.120
(180.8mm)
Air
Outlet
PROG
ENTER
RESET
12.00
(304.8mm)
11.50
(292.1mm)
.25
(6.4mm)
7.20
(182.9mm)
Air Inlet
0.88 Dia.
(22.35 mm)
KP5000
7.70
(195.6mm)
6-12 Specifications and Product Data
MN715
Dimensions Continued
Size B Control
9.25
(225.0mm)
JOG
LOCAL
FWD
DISP
REV
SHIFT
STOP
RESET
0.28 TYP
(7.1mm)
7.120
(180.9mm)
Air
Outlet
PROG
ENTER
14.65
15.40
(372.1mm)
(391.2mm)
.28 TYP
(7.1mm)
9.25
(235.0mm)
Air Inlet
1.12 Dia.
(28.45 mm)
0.88 Dia.
(22.35 mm)
KP5002
MN715
10.00
(254.0mm)
Specifications and Product Data 6-13
Dimensions Continued
Size B2 Control
7.20
(182.9mm)
JOG
LOCAL
FWD
DISP
REV
SHIFT
STOP
RESET
8.73
(221.7mm)
PROG
ENTER
11.50
12.15
(292.1mm)
(308.6mm)
.28 TYP
(7.1mm)
Air Outlet
0.28 TYP
(7.1mm)
7.20
(182.9mm)
Air Inlet
7.20
(182.9mm)
1.12 Dia.
(28.45 mm)
8.07
(205.0mm)
11.50
(292.1mm)
8.00
(203.2mm)
8.70
(221.0mm)
10.92
(277.5mm)
Cutout for through
wall mounting
0.280 (7mm) Dia. hole
through wall 4 Places
OM0001A15
6-14 Specifications and Product Data
MN715
Dimensions Continued
Size C Control
9.50
(241.5 mm)
11.50
(292.0 mm)
.38
(9.5 mm)
.38
(9.5 mm)
10.75
(273.0 mm)
9.50
(241.5 mm)
.28 (7.0mm)
2 Places
Air
Outlet
18.50
(470.0 mm)
17.75
(451 mm)
JOG
LOCAL
FWD
DISP
REV
SHIFT
STOP
RESET
PROG
ENTER
17.00
(433.0 mm)
.28 (7.0mm)
2 Places
Customer
Power Connections
1.734 Dia.
(44.04 mm)
0.875 Dia.
(22.23 mm)
V8525
MN715
Air Inlet
0.50 Dia.
(12.70 mm)
0.875 Dia.
(22.23 mm)
One or Two Fan(s)
(119mm)
Specifications and Product Data 6-15
Dimensions Continued
8.675
0.916
0.000
Size C2 Control
Air Outlet
16.568
16.075
15.665
0.280 Dia.
2 Places
JOG
LOCAL
FWD
DISP
REV
SHIFT
STOP
RESET
PROG
ENTER
16.98
(431.3)
0.000
0.260
0.916
8.675
9.340
0.250 Dia.
2 Places
0.903
0.493
0.00
Air Inlet
10.50
(266.7)
0.875 Dia.
(22.23 mm)
2.207 Dia.
(56.06 mm)
4.95
(125.7)
9.66
(245.4)
1.734 Dia.
(44.04 mm)
4.71
(119.6)
OM0012A00D1
EH0073A00D1
6-16 Specifications and Product Data
Through Wall
Mtg. Flange
Wall Mount
Mtg. Flange
MN715
Dimensions Continued
0.00
1.00 (25,4)
15.50 (393,7)
15.25 (387,4)
14.91 (378,1)
8.76 (222,5)
9.76 (247,9)
Size C2 Control – Through–Wall Mounting
A B
1/4-20 or M6 self sealing
bolt and nut 4 places each
(holes coded “A”)
Control
Assembly
A B
0.280 Dia. hole
through wall 4
Places coded “A”
Cutout for through
wall mounting
0.280 Dia. hole
through wall 4
Places coded “B”
Note:
MN715
B
8.76 (222,5)
A
7.01 (178.0)
A
2.75 (69,8)
B
0.00
1.00 (25,4)
0.00
0.33 (8,4)
Throughwall mounting provides NEMA 4 protection.
For clarity, cover and inside components not shown.
Customer’s Panel (Cutout)
Cut single coated vinyl foam tape
(3M #4726–0.4062x36 yds.) and
apply to the perimeter to seal
installation of the drive assembly.
Specifications and Product Data 6-17
Dimensions Continued
Size D Control
14.50
(368.5mm)
Air
Outlet
13.50
(343.0mm)
25.00
(635.0mm)
JOG
LOCAL
FWD
DISP
REV
SHIFT
STOP
RESET
PROG
ENTER
24.25
(616.0mm)
23.12
(587.0mm)
.31
(8.0mm)
2.469 Dia.
(62.71 mm)
0.50 Dia.
(12.70 mm)
CUSTOMER
POWER
CONNECTIONS
AIR INLET
10.00
(254.0mm)
0.875 Dia.
(22.23 mm)
0.875 Dia.
(22.23 mm)
10.20
(259.0mm)
V8526
EH0001A38
6-18 Specifications and Product Data
MN715
Dimensions Continued
Size D2 Control
13.00 (330)
9.50 (241)
0.375 Dia.
4 Places
24.00
(607)
23.00
(585)
21.00
(535)
11.91 (303)
6.09 (155)
3.09 (78)
11.035 (280)
9.09 (231)
2.00
Dia.
0.50
Dia.
10.00 (254)
10.33 (263)
0.875 Dia.
2 Places
2.45 Dia.
2 Places
9.114
(232)
Through Wall
Mounting Flange
8.464
(215)
7.864
(200)
6.885
(175)
OM0001A01
EH0001A16
Wall Mounting
Flange
MN715
12.24 (311)
Specifications and Product Data 6-19
Dimensions Continued
Size D2 Control – Through–Wall Mounting
Mounting hole locations for Thru-Wall or surface mounting.
Recommended .31 – 18 Tap. (4 Places)
22.25 (565)
21.50 (546)
Cutout for thru–wall mounting
.00
11.00 (280)
12.50 (317)
.00
6-20 Specifications and Product Data
1.50 (38)
0.75 (19)
MN715
Dimensions Continued
Size E Control
Air
Outlet
Thru–wall
Mounting Flange
Surface
Mounting
Flange
.38
(9.5mm)
2 Places
30.00
(762mm)
5.75
(146mm)
.38 (9.5mm) 2 Places
17.70
(450mm)
6.25
(159mm)
Air Inlet
2.469 Dia.
(62.71 mm)
0.875 Dia.
(22.23 mm)
3 places
0.50 Dia.
(12.70 mm)
0.875 Dia.
(22.23 mm)
V8316
EH0001A43
MN715
Specifications and Product Data 6-21
Dimensions Continued
Size F Control
22.75 (577.9mm)
Air Outlet
.38 (9.5mm)
3 Places
Thru–wall
Mounting Flange
Surface
Mounting Flange
45.00
(1143mm)
44.00
(1117.6mm)
0.38 (9.5mm) 3 Places
11.38
(28.9mm)
11.38
(28.9mm)
Air Inlet
27.00
(686mm)
0.88 Dia.
(22.35 mm)
6.76
(172mm)
6.24
(158mm)
0.50 Dia.
(12.70 mm)
4.06 Dia.
(103.12 mm)
Standard Regen & Non–Regen
0.50 Dia.
(12.70 mm)
0.88 Dia.
(22.35 mm)
4.06 Dia.
(103.12 mm)
Non–Regen with DC Link Inductor
OM0031A00D1
6-22 Specifications and Product Data
MN715
Dimensions Continued
Size G Control
3.72
(94,6)
24.00
(609,6)
Removable Conduit Mounting Plates
(Customer Power Connections)
8.63 (219)
12.41 (315)
8.63 (219)
2.66
(67,6)
31.50
(800)
23.63
(600)
Air
Outlet
90.55
(2300)
Air
Inlet
Grills (4)
93.00
(2362)
47.25
(1200)
4.00
(101,6)
V1373
MN715
Specifications and Product Data 6-23
Dimensions Continued
Size G2 Control
Removable Conduit Mounting Plates
(Customer Power Connections)
7.025
(179)
26.40
(671)
6.488
(165)
2.390
(61)
69.136
(1756)
65.98
(1676)
3.94
(100)
31.60
(803)
31.42
(798)
23.49
(597)
21.81
(554)
OM0001A04
6-24 Specifications and Product Data
MN715
Dimensions Continued
Size G+ Control
35.18
[893.6]
24.00
[609.6]
3.72
[94.6]
Removable Conduit
Mounting Plates
(Customer Power COnnections)
8.63
[219]
8.63
[219]
12.41
[315]
2.66
[67.6]
63.00
[1600]
23.63
[600]
Air
Outlet
Grills
(2)
LINE REGEN
93.00
[2362]
Air
Inlet
Grills (8)
90.55
[2300]
4.00
[101.6]
OM0001A00
OM0010A00D1
MN715
Specifications and Product Data 6-25
Dimensions Continued
Size H Control
35.18
[893.6]
3.72
[94.6]
24.00
[609.6]
Removable Conduit Mounting Plates
(Customer Power Connections)
8.63
[219]
12.41 8.63
[315] [219]
66.74 [1695.2]
2.66
[67.6]
94.37
[2397.0]
23.63 [600]
Air Outlet Grills (3)
93.00
[2362]
90.75
[2305.1]
Air
Inlet
Grills
(13)
4.00
[101.6]
OM0024A00
6-26 Specifications and Product Data
MN715
Appendix A
Dynamic Braking (DB) Hardware
Whenever a motor is abruptly stopped or forced to slow down quicker than if allowed to
coast to a stop, the motor becomes a generator. This energy appears on the DC Bus and
must be dissipated using dynamic braking hardware. Dynamic braking (DB) hardware
can be a resistor or transistor load. Table A-1 provides a matrix of DB turn ON and turn
OFF voltages.
Table A-1
Parameter Description
Control Input Voltage
Nominal Voltage
230VAC
460VAC
575VAC
Overvoltage Fault (Voltage exceeded)
400VDC
800VDC
992VDC
DB ON Voltage
381VDC
762VDC
952VDC
DB UTP *
388VDC
776VDC
970VDC
DB OFF Voltage
375VDC
750VDC
940VDC
*
DBUTP (DB Upper Tolerance Peak) + 1.02 x Ǹ2 x V L*L
Braking torque and time should not exceed the available drive braking torque and time
rating. The drive braking torque is limited to the available peak current and peak current
time rating of the control. If the peak current or peak current time limit is exceeded during
braking, the control may trip on an over voltage or a regen power fault. Selecting an
oversized control or a line regenerative control should be considered in these cases.
Selection Procedure
1.
Calculate the watts to be dissipated using the following formulas for the
appropriate load type.
2.
Identify the control model number and determine which braking hardware is
required based on the model number suffix: E, EO, ER, MO or MR.
3.
Select appropriate braking hardware from Baldor 501 Catalog or Tables A-2,
A-3 and A-4.
Hoisting Load Calculations
1.
Calculate braking duty cycle:
Lowering Time
Duty Cycle +
Total Cycle Time
2.
Calculate braking watts to be dissipated in dynamic braking resistors:
duty cycle lbs FPM efficiency
Watts +
44
where:
MN715
lbs = weight of load
FPM = Feet Per Minute
efficiency = mechanical efficiency
i.e., 95% = 0.95
Appendix A-1
Section 1
General Information
Dynamic Braking (DB) Hardware Continued
General Machinery Load Calculations:
1.
Calculate braking duty cycle:
Braking Time
Duty Cycle +
Total Cycle Time
2.
Calculate deceleration torque:
RPM change Wk 2
* Friction (Lb.Ft.)
T Decel +
308 time
where:
3.
Calculate watts to be dissipated in dynamic braking resistor:
Watts + T Decel (Smax * S min) Duty Cycle (0.0712)
where:
4.
A-2 Appendix
TDecel = Deceleration torque in Lb.-ft.
Wk2 = Inertia in Lb.ft.2
time = In seconds
Smax = Speed at braking start
Smin = Speed after braking
Multiply watts calculated in step 3 by 1.25 to allow for unanticipated loads
(safety factor).
MN715
Section 1
General Information
Dynamic Braking (DB) Hardware Continued
15H Catalog Numbers with an “E” Suffix
These controls are equipped with a factory installed dynamic brake transistor and brake
resistor(s). Size A controls have 400 watts and size B controls have 800 watts of
dissipation. These can provide 100% braking torque for 6 seconds of a 20% braking duty
cycle. Should additional braking capacity be required an optional externally mounted
RGA brake resistor can be used in lieu of the internal resistors. See RGA assemblies.
Rated HP
Watts
1
300
2-5
330
7-10
400
15
450
15H Catalog Numbers with an “ER” or “MR” Suffix
These controls include a factory-installed dynamic braking transistor. If dynamic braking
is required, use an optional external RGA brake resistor. See RGA assemblies.
15H Catalog Numbers with an “EO” or “MO” Suffix
No dynamic braking hardware is installed in these controls. If dynamic braking is
required, an optional RBA assembly or a combination of RTA and RGA assemblies
should be added. The RBA assembly provides up to 4,000 watts dynamic braking
capacity. Should more capacity be required, a combination of an RTA (DB transistor) and
RGA (DB resistor) should be used. Refer to RBA, RTA and RGA Assemblies description.
MN715
Appendix A-3
Section 1
General Information
Dynamic Braking (DB) Hardware Continued
RGA Assemblies
RGA Assemblies include braking resistors completely assembled and mounted in a
NEMA 1 enclosure. A listing of available RGA assemblies is provided in Table A-2. The
minimum resistance “Minimum Ohms” shown in the table is the minimum resistor value
that can be connected to the control without causing damage to the internal dynamic
brake transistor for E, ER and MR controls.
RGA assemblies can also be used with EO and MO controls in combination with an RTA
assembly when more than 4000 watts of brake capacity is needed. In this case, the
minimum resistance of the RGA assembly must be equal to or greater than the minimum
resistance specified for the RTA assembly. Refer to Section 3 “Optional Dynamic Brake
Hardware” for wiring diagram.
Table A-2 Dynamic Braking Resistor Assemblies (RGA)
Input
Volts
HP
230
1-2
30
RGA630
RGA1230
RGA2430
RGA620
460
575
Minimum
Ohms
Continuous Rated Watts
600
1200
2400
4800
3-5
20
RGA1220
RGA2420
RGA4820
7.5 - 10
10
RGA1210
RGA2410
RGA4810
15 - 20
6
RGA1206
RGA2406
RGA4806
25 - 40
4
RGA1204
RGA2404
RGA4804
50
2
RGA2402
RGA4802
1-3
120
RGA6120
RGA12120
RGA24120
5 - 7.5
60
RGA660
RGA1260
RGA2460
RGA4860
6400
9600
14200
RGA6402
RGA9602
RGA14202
10
30
RGA630
RGA1230
RGA2430
RGA4830
15 - 25
20
RGA620
RGA1220
RGA2420
RGA4820
30 - 60
10
RGA1210
RGA2410
RGA4810
75 - 250
4
RGA1204
RGA2404
RGA4804
RGA6404
RGA9604
RGA14204
300 - 450
2
RGA2402
RGA4802
RGA6402
RGA9602
RGA14202
1-2
200
RGA6200
RGA12200
RGA24200
RGA6414
RGA9614
RGA14214
3-5
120
RGA6120
RGA12120
RGA24120
7.5 - 10
60
RGA660
RGA1260
RGA2460
RGA4860
15
30
RGA630
RGA1230
RGA2430
RGA4830
20 - 30
24
RGA1224
RGA2424
RGA4824
40 - 150
14
RGA2414
RGA4814
A-4 Appendix
MN715
Section 1
General Information
RBA Assemblies
An RBA Assembly includes a dynamic brake transistor and resistors completely
assembled and mounted in a NEMA 1 enclosure. They are designed for EO and MO
controls. Select the RBA based on the voltage rating of the control and the dynamic
brake watt capacity required. Use Table A-3 to select the RBA assembly. If more than
4,000 watts of brake capacity is required, use a combination of RTA (DB transistor) and
RGA (DB resistor) assemblies. Refer to Section 3 “Optional Dynamic Brake Hardware”
for wiring diagram.
Table A-3 Dynamic Braking Assemblies (RBA)
INP
PUT VOL
LTAG
GE
MAXIMUM BRAKING TORQUE IN % OF MOTOR RATING
20
25
30
40
50
200
to
240
90%
75%
60%
45%
36%
600
RBA2-610
150%
125%
100%
75%
62%
1800
RBA2-1806
150%
150%
150%
115%
92%
4000
RBA2-4004
150%
150%
120%
90%
72%
60%
48%
36%
28%
600
RBA4-620
150%
150%
120%
90%
72%
60%
48%
36%
28%
1800
RBA4-1820
150%
150%
150%
150%
150%
120%
96%
72%
56%
4000
RBA4-4010
150%
150%
120%
90%
72%
60%
48%
36%
28%
600
RBA5-624
150%
150%
120%
90%
72%
60%
48%
36%
28%
1800
RBA5-1824
150%
150%
150%
150%
150%
120%
96%
72%
56%
4000
RBA5-4014
550
to
600
MN715
75
100
150V
150
48%
200
36%
250
Catalog
No.
HP
380
to
480
60
Cont.
Watts
29%
Appendix A-5
Section 1
General Information
Dynamic Braking (DB) Hardware Continued
RTA Assemblies
RTA assemblies include a dynamic brake transistor and gate driver circuit board
completely assembled and mounted in a NEMA 1 enclosure. Brake resistors are not
included in the RTA assembly. Each RTA assembly is designed to be used with an RGA
dynamic brake resistor assembly. The minimum resistance of the RGA assembly must
be equal to or greater than the minimum resistance specified for the RTA assembly.
Select the RTA based on the voltage rating of the control and HP which provides the
dynamic brake watt capacity required. Use Table A-4 to select the RTA assembly.
Refer to Section 3 “Optional Dynamic Brake Hardware” for wiring diagram.
Table A-4 Dynamic Braking Transistor Assemblies (RTA)
HP
MAXIMUM BRAKING TORQUE IN % OF MOTOR RATING
208 - 230 VAC
380 - 480 VAC
550 - 600 VAC
20
150%
150%
150%
150%
150%
150%
150%
150%
150%
150%
25
125%
150%
150%
150%
150%
150%
150%
150%
150%
150%
30
100%
150%
150%
120%
150%
150%
150%
150%
150%
150%
40
75%
115%
150%
90%
150%
150%
150%
127%
150%
150%
50
62%
92%
150%
72%
150%
150%
150%
100%
150%
150%
60
60%
150%
150%
150%
85%
145%
150%
75
48%
96%
150%
150%
68%
116%
150%
100
36%
72%
150%
150%
50%
87%
150%
150V
28%
56%
150%
150%
40%
70%
150%
150
48%
126%
150%
34%
58%
150%
200
36%
95%
150%
25%
44%
150%
250
29%
76%
150%
35%
122%
300
62%
125%
29%
100%
350
54%
108%
87%
400
47%
94%
76%
450
41%
84%
68%
CAT. NO.
RTA2-6
RTA2-4
RTA2-2
RTA4-20
RTA4-10
RTA4-4
RTA4-2
RTA5-24
RTA5-14
RTA5-4
Minimum
Ohms
6
4
2
20
10
4
2
24
14
4
A-6 Appendix
MN715
Appendix B
Parameter Values (Version S15H–5.06)
Table B-1 Parameter Block Values Level 1
Level 1 Blocks
Block Title
PRESET
SPEEDS
ACCEL/DECEL
RATE
JOG SETTINGS
KEYPAD SETUP
MN715
Parameter
P#
Adjustable Range
Factory
PRESET SPEED #1
1001
0 to MAX Speed
0.00Hz
PRESET SPEED #2
1002
0 to MAX Speed
0.00Hz
PRESET SPEED #3
1003
0 to MAX Speed
0.00Hz
PRESET SPEED #4
1004
0 to MAX Speed
0.00Hz
PRESET SPEED #5
1005
0 to MAX Speed
0.00Hz
PRESET SPEED #6
1006
0 to MAX Speed
0.00Hz
PRESET SPEED #7
1007
0 to MAX Speed
0.00Hz
PRESET SPEED #8
1008
0 to MAX Speed
0.00Hz
PRESET SPEED #9
1009
0 to MAX Speed
0.00Hz
PRESET SPEED #10
1010
0 to MAX Speed
0.00Hz
PRESET SPEED #11
1011
0 to MAX Speed
0.00Hz
PRESET SPEED #12
1012
0 to MAX Speed
0.00Hz
PRESET SPEED #13
1013
0 to MAX Speed
0.00Hz
PRESET SPEED #14
1014
0 to MAX Speed
0.00Hz
PRESET SPEED #15
1015
0 to MAX Speed
0.00Hz
ACCEL TIME #1
1101
0 to 3600seconds
3.0s
DECEL TIME #1
1102
0 to 3600seconds
S/C-CURVE #1
1103
0–OFF
1–20
2–40
ACCEL TIME #2
1104
0 to 3600seconds
3.0s
DECEL TIME #2
1105
0 to 3600seconds
3.0s
S/C-CURVE #2
1106
0–OFF
1–20
2–40
JOG SPEED
1201
0 to MAX Speed
7.00Hz
JOG ACCEL TIME
1202
0 to 3600seconds
3.0s
JOG DECEL TIME
1203
0 to 3600seconds
JOG S-CURVE
1204
0–OFF
1–20
2–40
KEYPAD STOP KEY
1301
0–REMOTE ON
1–REMOTE OFF
REMOTE
ON
KEYPAD STOP MODE
1302
0–REGEN,
1–COAST
REGEN
KEYPAD RUN FWD
1303
0–OFF, 1–ON
ON
KEYPAD RUN REV
1304
0–OFF, 1–ON
ON
KEYPAD JOG FWD
1305
0–OFF, 1–ON
ON
KEYPAD JOG REV
1306
0–OFF, 1–ON
ON
3 SPEED RAMP
1307
0–OFF, 1–ON
OFF
SWITCH ON FLY
1308
0–OFF, 1–ON
OFF
LOC. HOT START
1309
0–OFF, 1–ON
OFF
KEYPAD SPD INC
1310
0.01 to 10.00Hz
1.00Hz
User
Setting
3.0s
3–60
4–80
5–100%
3–60
4–80
5–100%
OFF
OFF
3.0s
3–60
4–80
5–100%
OFF
Appendix B-1
Section 1
General Information
Table B-1 Parameter Block Values Level 1 Continued
Level 1 Blocks - Continued
Block Title
INPUT
OUTPUT
B-2 Appendix
Parameter
P#
Adjustable Range
Factory
OPERATING MODE
1401
0–Keypad
1–Standard Run
2–15 Speed
3–Fan Pump 2Wire
4–Fan Pump 3Wire
5–Serial
6–Process CTRL
7–3SPD ANA 2WIRE
8–3SPD ANA 3WIRE
9–EPOT – 2WIRE
10–EPOT – 3WIRE
Keypad
COMMAND SELECT
1402
0–Potentiometer
1–0-10 VOLTS
2–0-5 VOLTS
3–4-20 mA
4–EXB PULSE FOL
5–10V EXB
6–4-20 mA EXB
7–3-15 PSI EXB
8–Tachometer EXB
9–None
PotentioMeter
ANA CMD INVERSE
1403
0–OFF, 1–ON
OFF
ANA CMD OFFSET
1404
-20.0 to +20.0%
(where ±0.5V=±20%)
0.0 %
ANA CMD GAIN
1405
80.0% to 120%
100.0%
CMD SEL FILTER
1406
0-6
3
PWR UP MODE OP
1407
1–Primary Mode,
2–Last, 3–Local
Primary
Mode
DIGITAL OUT #1
1501
Ready
DIGITAL OUT #2
1502
DIGITAL OUT #3
(Relay Out #1)
1503
DIGITAL OUT #4
(Relay Out #2)
1504
ZERO SPD SET PT
1505
0–Ready
1–Zero Speed
2–At Speed
3–At Set Speed
4–Overload
5–Keypad Control
6–Fault
7–Drive On
8–Reverse
9–Process Error
0 to MAX Speed
AT SPEED BAND
1506
0-20Hz
2.00Hz
SET SPEED POINT
1507
0 to MAX Speed
60.00Hz
User
Setting
Zero Speed
At Speed
Fault
6.00Hz
MN715
Section 1
General Information
Table B-1 Parameter Block Values Level 1 Continued
Level 1 Blocks - Continued
Block Title
OUTPUT
(Continued)
V/HZ AND BOOST
Parameter
P#
ANALOG OUT #1
1508
ANALOG OUT #2
1509
ANALOG #1 SCALE
ANALOG #2 SCALE
Adjustable Range
0–Frequency
1–Freq Command
2–AC Current
3–AC Voltage
4–Torque (Load)
5–Power
6–Bus Voltage
7–Process Fdbk
8–Setpoint Cmd
9–Zero Cal
10–100% Cal
Frequency
1510
10 - 160%
100.0%
1511
10 - 160%
100.0%
OVERLOAD SP
1512
0.00 to 100.00%
50.00%
UNDERLOAD SP
1513
0.00 to 100.00%
50.00%
CTRL BASE
FREQUENCY
1601
50.00 - 400.00Hz
60.0Hz
TORQUE BOOST
1602
0.0 - 15.0%
2.5%
DYNAMIC BOOST
1603
0.0 - 100%
0.0%
SLIP COMP ADJ
1604
0.00 - 6.00Hz
0.00Hz
V/HZ PROFILE
1605
0–LINEAR,
1–33% SQR LAW,
2–67% SQR LAW,
3–100% SQR LAW
4–3 POINTS
Linear
V/HZ 3–PT VOLTS
1606
0-100%
0.0%
V/HZ 3–PT FREQUENCY
1607
0-9.99Hz
0.00Hz
MAX OUTPUT VOLTS
1608
0-100
100.0%
LEVEL 2 BLOCK
ENTERS LEVEL 2 MENU - See Table B-2.
PRESS ENTER FOR
PROGRAMMING EXIT
Exit programming mode and return to display mode.
MN715
Factory
User
Setting
AC Current
Appendix B-3
Section 1
General Information
Table B-2 Parameter Block Values Level 2
Level 2 Blocks
Block Title
OUTPUT LIMITS
CUSTOM UNITS
PROTECTION
MISCELLANEOUS
SECURITY
CONTROL
B-4 Appendix
Parameter
P#
Adjustable Range
Factory
OPERATING ZONE
2001
0–STD CONST TQ
1–STD VAR TQ
2–QUIET CONST TQ
3–QUIET VAR TQ
STD
CONST TQ
MIN OUTPUT
FREQ
2002
0 to MAX Frequency
0.00Hz
MAX OUTPUT
FREQ
2003
0 to MAX Frequency
60.00Hz
PK CURRENT LIMIT
2004
1A to Peak Rated Current
PK Control
Rating
PWM FREQUENCY
2005
1-5kHz (Standard)
1-15kHz (Quiet)
2500Hz
REGEN LIMIT
2020
0–OFF, 1–ON
OFF
REGEN LIMIT ADJ
2021
0 - 500
0Hz
MAX DECIMAL PLACES
2101
0-5
0
VALUE AT SPEED
2102
1-65535/1-65535
0./
01000
VALUE DEC PLACES
2103
0-5 (Serial Only)
0
VALUE SPEED REF
2104
1 to 65535 (Serial Only)
00000/
01000
UNITS OF MEASURE
2105
See Table 4-2.
-
UNITS OF MEASURE 2
2106
See Table 4-2. (Serial Only)
-
EXTERNAL TRIP
2202
0–OFF, 1–ON
OFF
LOCAL ENABLE INP
2205
0–OFF, 1–ON
OFF
I2T
2206
0–Fault, 1–Current Limit then
Hold, 2– Current Limit then Retry
Fault
I2T Trigger
2207
0.00% to 100.00%
10.00%
Peak CURR Timer
2208
0.000 to 65.655 seconds
0.000s
Foldback Gain
2209
0.01 to 10.00
1.00
RESTART AUTO/MAN
2301
0–Manual, 1–Automatic
Manual
RESTART FAULT/HR
2302
0-10
0
RESTART DELAY
2303
0-120Seconds
0s
LANGUAGE SELECT
2304
0–English, 1–Espanol
English
FACTORY SETTINGS
2305
0–NO, 1–STD Settings,
2–50Hz / 400Volts
NO
STAB CUTOFF FREQ
2320
0-4.00Hz
0.00Hz
STABILITY GAIN
2321
1-6
1
SECURITY STATE
2401
0–Off
1–Local Security
2–Serial Security
3–Total Security
OFF
ACCESS TIMEOUT
2402
0-600seconds
0s
ACCESS CODE
2403
0-9999
9999
Response
User
Setting
MN715
Section 1
General Information
Table B-2 Parameter Block Values Level 2 Continued
Level 2 Blocks - Continued
Block Title
Parameter
P#
Adjustable Range
Factory
MOTOR VOLTAGE
2501
0-999 VOLTS
Factory Set
MOTOR RATED AMPS
2502
0-999.9
Factory Set
MOTOR RATED SPD
2503
0-32767RPM
1750RPM
MOTOR RATED FREQ
2504
50-400Hz
60.0Hz
MOTOR MAG AMPS
2505
0-85% Rated Current
Factory Set
BRAKE
RESISTOR OHMS
2601
0-255 OHMS
Factory Set
ADJUST
RESISTOR WATTS
2602
0-32767 WATTS
Factory Set
DC BRAKE VOLTAGE
2603
1.0 to 15%
5.0%
DC BRAKE FREQ
2604
0.00 to 400.00Hz
6.00Hz
BRAKE ON STOP
2605
0–OFF, 1–ON
OFF
BRAKE ON REVERSE
2606
0–OFF, 1–ON
OFF
STOP BRAKE TIME
2607
0.0 to 60.0seconds
3.0s
BRAKE ON START
2608
0–OFF, 1–ON
OFF
START BRAKE TIME
2609
0.0 to 60.0seconds
3.0s
PROCESS FEEDBACK
2701
0–Potentiometer
1–0-10VOLTS
2–0-5 VOLTS
3–4-20mA
4–10V EXB
5–4-20mA EXB
6–3-15 PSI
7–TACHOMETER EXB
8–NONE
NONE
INVERT FEEDBACK
2702
0–OFF, 1–ON
OFF
SETPOINT SOURCE
2703
0–Setpoint Command
1–Potentiometer
2–0-10VOLTS
3–0-5 VOLTS
4–4-20mA
5–10V EXB
6–4-20mA EXB
7–3-15 PSI
8–Tachometer EXB
9–None
NONE
SETPOINT COMMAND
2704
–100% to +100%
0.0 %
SET PT ADJ LIMIT
2705
0-100%
10 %
AT SETPOINT BAND
2706
0-100%
10 %
PROCESS PROP GAIN
2707
0-2000
0
PROCESS INT GAIN
2708
0-9.99Hz
0.00Hz
PROCSS DIFF GAIN
2709
0-1000
0
FOLLOW I:O RATIO
2710
1-65535:1-65535
1:1
FOLLOW I:O OUT
2711
1-65535 (Serial Only)
1
ENCODER LINES
2712
20-65535
1024
INTEGRATOR CLAMP
2713
0–100%
100%
MINIMUM SPEED
2714
0–0 to MAX Speed
0.00Hz
PROCESS TYPE
2715
0–Forward Acting
1–Reverse Acting
Forward
Acting
MOTOR DATA
PROCESS
CONTROL
MN715
User
Setting
Appendix B-5
Section 1
General Information
Table B-2 Parameter Block Values Level 2 Continued
Level 2 Blocks - Continued
Block Title
SKIP FREQUENCY
SYNCHRO–START
COMMUNICATIONS
Parameter
P#
Adjustable Range
SKIP FREQ #1
2801
0-400.0Hz
0.0Hz
SKIP BAND #1
2802
0-50.0Hz
0.0Hz
SKIP FREQ #2
2803
0-400.0Hz
0.0Hz
SKIP BAND #2
2804
0-50.0Hz
0.0Hz
SKIP FREQ #3
2805
0-400.0Hz
0.0Hz
SKIP BAND #3
2806
0-50.0Hz
0.0Hz
SYNCHRO-STARTS
2901
0–OFF, 1–Restarts Only,
2–All Starts
OFF
SYNC START
FREQUENCY
2902
0–Max Frequency,
1–Set Frequency
MAX
Frequency
SYNC SCAN V/F
2903
5.0-100.0%
10.0%
SYNC SETUP TIME
2904
0.2-2.0seconds
0.2s
SYNC SCAN TIME
2905
1.0-10.0seconds
2.0s
SYNC V/F RECOVER
2906
0.2-2.0seconds
1.0s
SYNC DIRECTION
2907
0–Sync Forward and Reverse
1–Sync Forward, 2–Sync Reverse,
Sync FWD
& REV
PROTOCOL
3001
0–RS–232 ASCII, 1–RS-485 ASCII
2–RS–232 BBP, 3–RS-485 BBP
RS–232
BBP
BAUD RATE
3002
0–9600, 1–19.2KB, 2–38.4KB,
3–57.6KB, 4–115.2KB, 5–230.4KB
9600
DRIVE ADDRESS
3003
0 - 31
0
LEVEL 1 BLOCK
ENTERS LEVEL 1 MENU - See Table B-1.
PRESS ENTER FOR
PROGRAMMING EXIT
Exit programming mode and return to display mode.
B-6 Appendix
Factory
User
Setting
MN715
Appendix C
MN715
Appendix C-1
Section 1
General Information
Remote Keypad Mounting Template
4.00
2.500
(A)
(A)
Four Places
Tapped mounting holes, use #29 drill and 8-32 tap
(Clearance mounting holes, use #19 or 0.166″ drill)
5.500
4.810
1-11/16″ diameter hole
Use 1.25″ conduit knockout
(B)
1.340
(A)
(A)
1.250
C-2 Appendix
Note: Template may be distorted due to reproduction.
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