COMBIVERT

COMBIVERT
COMBIVERT
GB
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Mat.No.
00F5MEB-K320
Rev.
2E
Control Circuit from V3.2
GB
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This Instruction Manual describes the control circuit of the KEB COMBIVERT F5 - Series. It is only
valid together with the Instruction Manuals Part 1 and Part 2. Both Instruction Manuals must be
made available to the user. Prior to performing any work on the unit the user must familiarize himself
with the unit. This includes especially the knowledge and observance of the safety and warning
directions of Part 1. The pictographs used in this instruction manual have following meaning:
Danger
Warning
Caution
Attention,
observe at
all costs
Information
Help
Tip
Inhaltsverzeichnis
1.General............................................................. 4
2.
Installation and Connection........................... 5
3.
Operation of the Unit..................................... 10
4. Error Assistance............................................ 25
5. Initial Start-up................................................ 31
6.
Adjustment Speed Controller....................... 32
7.
Quick Reference............................................ 33
2.1Summary.......................................................................5
2.1.1 Housing Size D - E.........................................................5
2.1.2 Housing Size >= G..........................................................5
2.2
Control Circuit MULTI...................................................6
2.2.1 Assignment of Terminal Strip X2A..................................6
2.2.2 Connection of the control circuit.....................................7
2.2.3 Digital Inputs...................................................................7
2.2.4 Analog Inputs..................................................................7
2.2.5 Voltage Input / External Power Supply...........................8
2.2.6 Digital Outputs................................................................8
2.2.7 Relay Outputs.................................................................8
2.2.8 Analog Outputs...............................................................8
2.2.9 Voltage Output................................................................8
2.3Operator.........................................................................9
3.1Keyboard.....................................................................10
3.2
Parameter description................................................11
3.2.1 Password Input.............................................................12
3.2.2 Operating Display.........................................................12
3.2.3 Basic Adjustment of the Drive.......................................14
3.2.4 Special Adjustments.....................................................17
3.3
Factory Settings..........................................................23
3.4
The drive mode...........................................................24
3.4.1 Start / stop drive.............................................................24
3.4.2 Changing the direction of rotation.................................24
3.4.3 Presetting the setpoint..................................................24
3.4.4 Leaving the drive mode................................................24
8.Passwords...................................................... 34
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General
1.General
The frequency inverter KEB COMBIVERT F5 is a drive component, which is intended for installation in electrical
systems or machines. The frequency inverter is exclusively for stepless speed control / regulation of three-phase
motors. The operation of other electrical consumers is not permitted and can lead to the destruction of the unit.
KEB COMBIVERT F5 has very extensive programming options. To make the operation and start-up simpler for
the user, a special operator level was created in which the most important parameters are found. However, if the
parameters pre-defined by KEB are not sufficient for your application an application manual is available.
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Installation and Connection
2.
Installation and Connection
2.1Summary
2.1.1 Housing Size D - E
Optional Operator
with 9-pole Sub-D Socket
Parameter Interface
X2A
Connection
Connection of control terminal
X3B
9-pole Sub-D Socket
OPTION
X3A
15-pole Sub-D Socket
Connection of incremental encoder
2.1.2 Housing Size >= G
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Optional Operator
with 9-pole Sub-D Socket
Parameter Interface
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X3B
9-pole Sub-D Socket
OPTION
X3A
15-pole Sub-D Socket
Connection of incremental encoder
X2A
Connection
Connection of control terminal
Observe the maximal width of
connectors for X3A and X3B
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Installation and Connection
X2A
2.2 Control Circuit MULTI
2.2.1 Assignment of
Terminal Strip X2A
PIN Function
Analog inputs
1 + Set value input 1
2 - Set value input 1
3 + Analog input 2
4 - Analog input 2
Analog outputs
5
Analog output 1
6
Analog output 2
Voltage supply
7 +10 V Output
8
Analog Mass
9
Digital inputs
10 Fixed Speed 1
11 Fixed speed 2
12 External fault
13 14 Limit switch forward
15 Limit switch reverse
16 Control release / Reset
17 reset
Transistor outputs
18 Speed dependent
19 Ready signal
Voltage supply
20 24 V-Output
21 20...30 V-Input
22
Digital Mass
23
Relay Outputs
24 NO contact 1
25 NC contact 1
26 Switching contact 1
27 NO contact 2
28 NC contact 2
29 Switching contact 2
1
2
Name
AN1+
AN1AN2+
AN2-
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23
Description
0...±10 VDC ^ 0...±CP.22
0...±10 VDC ^ 0...±100 %
Analog output of the real speed
ANOUT1
0…±10 VDC ^ 0…±3000 rpm
Analog output of the apparent current
ANOUT2
0…10 VDC ^ 0…2 x IN
CRF
Reference voltage for setpoint potentiometer
COM
Mass for analog in- and outputs
I1
I2
I3
I4
F
R
ST
RST
O1
O2
Uout
Uin
0V
RLA
RLB
RLC
FLA
FLB
FLC
24 25 26 27 28 29
I1+I2 = fixed speed 3 (default: 0 rpm)
no input = analog set value
Input for external fault stopping mode 1)
No function deposited in the CP-Mode
Software limit switch 1)
Resolution 12 Bit
Scan time 1 ms
5 mA; Ri=100 Ω
Resolution 12 Bit
PWM frequency 3,4 kHz
Limiting frequency
Filter 1. Harmonic 178 Hz
+10 VDC +5% / max. 4 mA
13…30 V DC ±0 % stabilized
Ri=2,1 kΩ
Scan time 1 ms
Power modules are enabled;
Error Reset at opening
Reset; only when an error occurs
Transistor output switched at actual speed = set speed
Transistor output switched, as long as no error occurs
Approx. 24V output (max.100 mA))
Voltage input for external supply
Potential for digital in-/outputs
Fault
relay
(default);
Function can be changed with CP.33
at maximum
30 V DC
0.01…1 A
Run-Signal (default);
Function can be changed with CP.34
1) The reaction can be adjusted with CP.35 and CP. 36.. If the unit is defective there is no
guarantee that the software protective function will work.
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Installation and Connection
2.2.2 Connection of the control circuit
In order to prevent a malfunction caused by interference voltage supply on the control inputs, the following
directions should be observed:
• Use shielded / drilled cables
• Lay shield on one side of the inverter onto earth potential
• Lay control and power cable separately (about 10...20 cm apart); Lay crossings in a right angle (in
EMC
case it cannot be prevented)
2.2.3 Digital Inputs
Using of the internal voltage supply
X2A 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
20 21 22 23
PE
Using of an external voltage supply
X2A 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
13…30 V DC ±0 %
stabilized
Ri = 2,1 kΩ
23
PE
+
20…30 V DC
2.2.4 Analog Inputs
Connect unused analog inputs to common, to prevent set value fluctuations !
Analog set value setting in speed regulated operation (CP.10 = 4):
external
internal
Ri = 55 k
X2A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
PE
X2A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
PE
*)
+
0...±10 VDC
R = 3...10 k
Analog set value setting in torque regulated operation (CP.10 = 5) and reference source CP.28 = 1: 
Ri = 55 k
X2A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
PE
*)
+
0...±10 VDC
*) Connect potential equalizing line only if a potential difference of >30 V exists between the controls.
The internal resistance is reduced to 30 kΩ.
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Installation and Connection
2.2.5 Voltage Input / External Power Supply
The supply of the control circuit through an external voltage source keeps the control in operational condition even
if the power stage is switched off. To prevent undefined conditions at external power supply the basic procedure
is to first switch on the power supply and after that the inverter.
X2A
10 11
17 18 19 20 21 22 23
PE
+
20…30 V ±0 % / 1 A DC
stabilized
2.2.6 Digital Outputs
X2A
10
18 19 20 21 22 23
PE
max. 50 mA DC
for both outputs
2.2.7 Relay Outputs
In case of inductive load on the relay outputs a protective wiring must be provided (e.g. free-wheeling diode)!
X2A 24 25 26 27 28 29
PE
max. 30 VDC / 1 A
2.2.8 Analog Outputs
PE
X2A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Uout: 0...±10VDC
Imax: 10mA
2.2.9 Voltage Output
The voltage output serves for the setting of the digital inputs as well as for the supply of external control elements.
Do no exceed the maximum output current of 100 mA.
X2A 10
18 19 20 21 22 23
+
PE
-
ca. 24 VDC / max. 100 mA
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Installation and Connection
2.3Operator
As an accessory to the local or external (option: cable 00.F5.0C0-1xxx) operation an operator is necessary. To
prevent malfunctions, the inverter must be brought into nOP status before connecting / disconnecting the operator
(open control release terminal). When starting the inverter, it is started with the last stored values or factory
setting.
x x
x x
-
x
x x
- x
-
x
Digital operator (part number 00.F5.060‑1000)
Interface operator (part number 00.F5.060‑2000)
5-digit LED Display
Operating-/Error display
Normal "LED on"
Error "LED blinks"
Interface control
Transmit "LED on"
Double function keyboard
X6B HSP5 programming and diagnostic
interface
X6C RS232/RS485
START
ENTER
F/R
STOP
FUNC.
SPEED
X6B
COMBIVERT
X6C
X6D
Only use the operator interface for the serial data transfer to RS232/485. The direct
connection, PC to the inverter is only valid with a cable (part number 00.F5.0C0‑0010),
otherwise, it would lead to the destruction of the PC-interface !
X6C
5 4 3 2 1
5
4
9
3
8
2
7
1
6
9 8 7 6
PIN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
RS485
A‘
B‘
C/C‘
A
B
Signal
TxD
RxD
RxD-A
RxD-B
VP
DGND
TxD-A
TxD-B
Meaning
reserved
transmission signal RS232
receive signal RS232
receive signal A RS485
receive signal B RS485
Voltage supply +5 V (Imax=50 mA)
Data reference potential
transmission signal A RS485
transmission signal B RS485
9-pole Sub-D socket
RS 232 cable
Part number
0058025-001D
Length 3 m
PC
2
3
5
9-pole SUB-D connector
2
3
7
Operator
Housing (PE)
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Operation of the Unit
3.
Operation of the Unit
3.1Keyboard
When switching on KEB COMBIVERT F5 the value of parameter CP.1 appears (see Drive mode to switch the
keyboard function).
The function key (FUNC) changes between the parameter
value and parameter number.
With UP (▲) and DOWN (▼) the value of the parameter
number is increased/decreased with changeable
parameters.
Principally during a change, parameter values are immediately accepted and stored non-volatile. However, with
some parameters it is not useful that the adjusted value is accepted immediately. In these cases (CP.28, CP.32,
CP.33, CP.34) the adjusted value is accepted and stored non-volatile by pressing ENTER.
If a malfunction occurs during operation, then the actual display is overwritten by the alarm message. The alarm
message in the display is reset by ENTER.
== Error ==>
With ENTER only the error message in the display is reset. In the inverter status display (CP.3) the
error is still displayed. In order to reset the error itself, the cause must be removed or a power-on
reset must be made.
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Parameter description
3.2 Parameter description
Parameter
CP.00 Password Input
CP.01 Encoder 1 speed
CP.02 Setpoint display
CP.03 Inverter state
CP.04 Apparent current
CP.05 Peak apparent current
CP.06 Actual torque
CP.07 Actual DC voltage
CP.08 Peak DC voltage
CP.09 Output voltage
CP.10 Speed control configuration
CP.11 DASM rated speed
CP.12 DASM rated frequency
CP.13 DASM rated current
CP.14 DASM rated voltage
CP.15 DASM rated cos (phi)
CP.16 DASM rated power
CP.17 Load motor dependent parameter
CP.18 Boost
CP.19 Rated frequency
CP.20 Encoder 1 (inc/r)
CP.21 Encoder 1 rotation
CP.22 Maximum speed
CP.23 Step value 1
CP.24 Step value 2
CP.25 Acceleration time
CP.26 Deceleration time
CP.27 S-curve time
CP.28 Torque reference source
CP.29 Absolute torque reference
CP.30 KP speed
CP.31 KI speed
CP.32 Switching frequency
CP.33 Relay output 1 / Function
CP.34 Relay output 2 / Function
CP.35 Reaction to limit switch
CP.36 Reaction to external fault
2)
Setting range
0…9999
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
0 (off)…5
0…64000 rpm
0.0…1600.0 Hz
0.0…710.0 A
120…500 V
0.50…1.00
0.35…400.00 kW
0…2
0.0…25.5 %
0…400 Hz
1…16383 inc.
0…19
0…4000 rpm
+4000 rpm
+4000 rpm
0.00…300.00 s
-0.01…300.00 s
0.00 (off)…5.00 s
0…5
+10000.00
0…32767
0…32767
2/4/8/12/16 kHz
0…84
0…84
0…6
0…6
Resolution
1
0,125 1rpm
0,125 1rpm
1
0.1 A
0.1 A
0.01 Nm
1V
1V
1V
1
1 rpm
0.1 Hz
0.1 A
1V
0.01
0.01 kW
1
0.1 %
0.0125 Hz
1 inc.
1
0.125 rpm
0.125 rpm
0.125 rpm
0.01 s
0.01 s
0.01 s
1
0.01 Nm
1
1
–
1
1
1
1
Default
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
0 (off)
LTK 2)
LTK 2)
LTK 2)
LTK 2)
LTK 2)
LTK 2)
0
2 %
50 Hz
2500 inc.
0
2100 rpm
100 rpm
-100 rpm
5.00 s
5.00 s
0.00 s (off)
2
LTK 2)
300
100
– 2)
4
2
6
0
↵
x
x
x
x
x
depending on size (see 3.3 "Factory Settings")
Due to the calculation / measuring accuracies, tolerances with the current and torque displays as well
as with the switching levels and limitations, must be taken into consideration. The given tolerances
(see parameter description) refer to the respective maximum values with the dimensioning KEB
COMBIVERT : Motor = 1 : 1.
Dependent on the data from the motor manufacturer, larger tolerances at the torque displays are
possible, due to the usual variations in the machine parameters and temperature drifts.
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Parameter description
3.2.1 Password Input
CP.00 Password Input
Ex works the frequency inverter is supplied without password protection, this means that all changeable parameters
can be adjusted. After parameterizing the unit can be barred against unauthorized access (Passwords: see last
but one page). The adjusted mode is stored.
Password
ENTER
Barring the CP-Parameter
UP
FUNC
Password
ENTER
Enabling the CP-Parameter
UP
FUNC
3.2.2 Operating Display
The parameters below serve for the controlling of the frequency inverter during operation.
CP.01 Encoder 1 speed
Co-domain
0…±4000 rpm
Description
Display of actual motor speed ( incremental encoder 1). For control reasons the set speed
is displayed, even if the control release or direction of rotation are not switched. A counterclockwise rotating field (reverse) is represented by a negative sign. Precondition for the
correct display value is the in-phase connection of the motor and the correct setting of the
encoder line number (CP.20) as well as the direction of rotation (CP.21).
CP.02 Setpoint display
Co-domain
0…±4000 rpm
Description
Display of actually set value. For control reasons the set speed is displayed, even if the
control release or direction of rotation are not switched. If no direction of rotation is set,
the set speed for clockwise rotation (forward) is displayed.
CP.03 Inverter status
The status display shows the actual working conditions of the inverter. Possible displays and their meanings are:
„no Operation“ control release not bridged; modulation switched off; output voltage = 0 V; drive
is not controlled.
„Low Speed“ no direction of rotation preset; modulation switched off; output voltage = 0 V; drive
is not controlled.
"Forward Acceleration" drive accelerates with direction of rotation forward.
„Forward Deceleration“ drive decelerates with direction of rotation forward.
further on next side
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Parameter description
"Reverse Acceleration" drive accelerates with direction of rotation reverse.
"Reverse Deceleration" drive decelerates with direction of rotation reverse.
"Forward Constant" drive runs with a constant speed and direction of rotation forward.
"Reverse Constant" drive runs with constant speed and direction of rotation reverse.
Other status messages are described at the parameters, where they occur (see chapter 4 „Error diagnosis“).
CP.04 Apparent current
Co-domain
0…±6553.5 A
Description
Display of the actual apparent current in ampere.
CP.05 Apparent current / peak value
Co-domain
0…±6553.5 A
Description
CP.5 makes is possible to recognize the max. apparent current. For that the highest value
of CP.4 is stored in CP.5 . The peak value memory can be cleared by pressing the UP,
DOWN or ENTER key or over bus by writing any value you like to the address of CP.5.
The switch off of the inverter also clears the memory.
CP.06 Actual torque
Co-domain
0.0…±10000.00 A
Description
The displayed value corresponds to the actual motor torque in Nm. The value is calculated
from the active current. Because of normal type differences and temperature deviations of
the motors, tolerances of up to 30 % are possible in the base speed range (see reference
at 3.2).
Requirement for the torque display is the adjustment of the motor data (CP.11...CP.16).
If the real motor data deviate strongly from the data on the name plate the operating
performance can be optimized by entering the real data. The adjustment of the name
plate data is sufficient for a start-up.
CP.07 Intermediate circuit voltage
Display
0…1000 V
Description
Display of actual DC-link voltage in volt. Typical values:
V-class
Normal operation
Overvoltage (E.OP)
Undervoltage (E.UP)
230 V
300…330 V DC
approx. 400 V DC
approx. 216 V DC
400 V
530…620 V DC
approx. 800 V DC
approx. 240 V DC
CP.08 DC-link voltage / peak value
Display
0…1000 V
Description
CP.8 makes it possible to recognize short-time voltage rises within an operating cycle. For
that the highest value of CP.7 is stored in CP.8. The peak value memory can be cleared
by pressing the UP, DOWN or ENTER key or over bus by writing any value you like to the
address of CP.8. The switch off of the inverter also clears the memory.
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Parameter description
CP.09 Output voltage
Co-domain
0…778 V
Description
Display of the actual output voltage in volt.
3.2.3 Basic Adjustment of the Drive
The following parameters determine the fundamental operating data of the drive and must be adjusted for the
initial commissioning (see chapter 5 "Start-up" ). They should be checked and/or adapted to the application.
CP.10 Speed control configuration
Input
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
Setting
x
7…127
Function
off (open loop operation)
-reserved-reservedoff (open loop operation)
Speed control (closed loop operation)
Torque control (closed loop operation)
Torque-/speed control (closed loop
operation)
off (open loop operation)
Description
With this parameter the basic setting of
the speed controller is determined.
CP.11 DASM rated motor speed
Co-domain
0…64000 rpm
Setting
see 3.3
Description
Adjustment of rated motor speed according to the name plate. The factory
setting depends on the unit size ( see 3.3 „Factory Settings“).
CP.12 DASM rated frequency
Co-domain
0.0…1600.0 Hz
Setting
see 3.3
Description
Adjustment of the rated motor frequency according to the name plate. The
factory setting depends on the unit size ( see 3.3 „Factory Settings“).
CP.13 DASM rated current
Co-domain
0.0…710.0 A
Setting
see 3.3
Description
Adjustment of the rated motor current according to the name plate and the
connection (Y / ∆). The factory setting depends on the unit size (see 3.3
„Factory Settings“).
CP.14 DASM rated voltage
Co-domain
120…500 V
Setting
see 3.3
Description
Adjustment of the rated motor current according to the name plate and the
connection (Y / ∆). The factory setting depends on the unit size (see 3.3
„Factory Settings“).
CP.15 DASM cos (phi)
Co-domain
0.50…1.00
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Setting
see 3.3
Description
Adjustment of the motor cos(phi) according to the name plate. The factory
setting depends on the unit size ( see 3.3 „Factory Settings“).
Parameter description
CP.16 DASM rated power
Co-domain
0.35…400 kW
Setting
see 3.3
Description
Adjustment of the rated motor power according to the name plate. The factory
setting depends on the unit size ( see 3.3 „Factory Settings“).
CP.17 Load motor dependent parameter
The basic settings of the inverter correspond to the size of the unit and the respective motor (see 3.3 „Factory
Settings“). If the motor data in CP.11…16 are changed, then CP.17 must be activated once. This re-adjusts the
current controller, torque curve and torque limit. With this, the torque limit is set at the value, that is maximally
possible in the speed range (depending on inverter rated current), but not above the rated motor torque x 3.
Co-domain
Setting Description
1
x
Pre-adjustment of the motor-dependent control-parameters.
The voltage class of the inverter is taken as input voltage.
2
Pre-adjustment of the motor-dependent control-parameters.
The measured DC-link voltage divided by √2 measured at switch on is taken
as input voltage. Thus the frequency inverter can be adapted to the actually
available mains voltage (e.g. USA with 460 V).
When control release is active the adjustment was not completed. „nco“ appears in the
display.
CP.18Boost
Co-domain
0.0…25.5 %
Setting
2 %
Description
In the lower speed range a large part of the motor voltage decreases on the
stator resistance. So that the breakdown torque of the motor remains nearly
constant in the controlled operation over the entire speed range, the voltage
drop can be compensated by the Boost. During regulated operation (CP.10
= 4 or 5) this parameter has no function.
Adjustment:
• Determine the rate of utilization in no-load operation with rated speed
• Preset about 300 rpm and adjust the boost, so that about the same rate of
utilization is reached as with the rated speed.
When the motor, during continuous operation, drives with low speed and too high voltage
it can lead to an overheating of the motor.
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Parameter description
CP.19 rated frequency
Co-domain
0.00…400.00 Hz
Setting
50 Hz
Description
With the adjusted frequency the inverter reaches in controlled operation a
maximal output voltage. The adjustment of the rated motor frequency is typical
in this case.
UA
100%
f
CP.19
Motors can overheat when the rated frequency is incorrectly adjusted. During regulated
operation (CP.10 = 4 or 5) this parameter has no function.
CP.20 Encoder line number 1
Co-domain
1…16383 inc
Setting
2500 inc
Description
With this parameter the encoder line number is adjusted to the encoder that
is connected to channel 1. Check the set and actual speed displays during
controlled operation and compare. The correct settings must be actual speed
= set speed - slip.
The co-domain can vary due to different encoder identifiers.
CP.21 Encoder 1 rotation
Bit
0
1
2
3
4
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Value Function
Encoder rotation
0
no modification (default)
1
inverted
0
-reserved0
-reserved0
-reservedsystem inverting
0
no modification (default)
16 inverted
Description
If you find that during start-up in controlled operation
the actual and setpoint speed have different signs it
can be an indication for a wrong connection of the
incremental encoder. If possible the wiring should be
corrected. Should this involve too much effort then
you can achieve a rotation reversal of encoder 1 by
means of this parameter. The effect corresponds to
a change of the A and B tracks of the incremental
encoder.
A system inverting can be adjusted with bit 4. With
this it is possible to run the motor with positive setting
counter-clockwise at the shaft.
The bit values are to be added up and confirm by "ENTER".
Parameter description
3.2.4 Special Adjustments
The following parameters serve for the optimization of the drive and the adaption to certain applications. These
adjustments can be ignored at the initial start-up.
CP.22 Maximum speed
Co-domain
0…4000 rpm
Setting Description
2100 rpm In order to limit the setpoint value a maximum speed must be preset. This limit
value is the basis for further setpoint calculations and for the determination
of setpoint characteristics. The maximum speed limits the setpoint speed
only. Because of speed ripples, speed overshoot or hardware defects (e.g.
defective encoder) the actual speed may exceed these limits.
CP.23 Fixed speed 1 (input 1)
CP.24 Fixed speed 2 (input 2)
Co-domain
CP.23
CP.24
Setting
Description
100 rpm Two fixed speeds can be adjusted. The selection is made by the
0…±4000 rpm
inputs I1 and I2. If adjustments are made that are outside the fixed
-100 rpm limit of CP.22, then the speed is internally limited.
Input I1 + input I2 = fixed speed 3 (factory setting = 0 rpm)
The Step speed 3 cannot adjusted in the CP-mode.
CP.25 Acceleration time
Co-domain
0.00…300.00 s
∆n Speed change
∆t Acceleration time for ∆n
Setting
5.00 s
Description
Defines the time needed to accelerate from 0 to 1000 rpm. The actual
acceleration time is proportional to the speed change (∆n).
n [rpm]
1000
800
∆n
300
∆t
0
0,511,52
t [s]
CP.25
Example The drive should accelerate from 300 rpm auf 800 rpm in 1 s.
∆n = 800 rpm - 300 rpm = 500 rpm
∆t = 1 s
∆t
1s
CP.25 = –––– x 1000 rpm = –––––––– x 1000 rpm = 2 s
∆n
500 rpm
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Parameter description
CP.26 Deceleration time
Co-domain
-0.01…300.00 s
Setting
5.00 s
Description
Defines the time needed to accelerate from 1000 to 0 rpm. The actual
deceleration time is proportional to the speed change (∆n). At a
deceleration time of -1 the value from CP.25 is used (Display „=Acc“) !
n [rpm]
∆n Speed change
∆t Deceleration time for ∆n
1000
∆t
800
∆n
300
0
t [s]
0,511,52
CP.26
Example The drive should decelerate from 800 rpm to 300 rpm in 1 s.
∆n = 800 rpm - 300 rpm = 500 rpm
∆t = 1 s
∆t
1s
CP.26 = –––– x 1000 rpm = –––––––– x 1000 rpm = 2 s
∆n
500 rpm
CP.27 S‑curve time
Co-domain
Setting
0.00 (off)…5.00 s
0.00 s (off)
t1 S-curve time (CP.27)
t2 Acceleration time (CP.25)
t3 Deceleration time (CP.26)
+n [rpm]
Description
For some applications it is of advantage when the drive starts and stops
jerk-free. This is achieved through a straightening of the acceleration and
deceleration ramps. The straightening time, also called S-curve time, can
be adjusted with CP.27.
t2
t1
t3
t1
t1
t1
t [s]
t1
t2
t1
t1
t1
t3
-n [rpm]
In order to drive defined ramps with activated S‑curve time, the acceleration and deceleration times
(CP.25 and CP.26) must be adjusted higher than the S‑curve time (CP.27).
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Parameter description
CP.28 Torque reference source
Value Source
Setting range
Description
0
AN1+ / AN10 %…±100 % = 0…±CP.29
1
AN2+ / AN20 %…±100 % = 0…±CP.29 With this parameter the required setpoint source
for torque control can be adjusted.
2
digital absolute
CP.29
3…5 only application mode
The values must be confirm by „ENTER“.
CP.29 Absolute torque reference
Co-domain
+10000.00 Nm
Setting
see 3.3
Description
The absolute torque reference of the drive is adjusted with parameter CP.29 in
torque controlled operation (CP.10 = 5) and with digital setpoint setting (CP.28
= 2). The sign stands for direction of rotation to be active.
In speed controlled operation (CP.10 = 4) the parameter works as torque limit
in all quadrants. The sign has no effect at that.
The factory setting depends on the unit size (see 3.3 „Factory Settings“).
During controlled operation (CP....10) this parameter has no function.
Because of normal type differences and temperature deviations of the motors, tolerances
of up to 30% are possible in the base speed range (see reference on page 13).
CP.30 KP speed
Co-domain
0…32767
Setting
300
Description
The proportional factor of the speed controller is adjusted in these parameters
(see chapter 5 „Start-up“).
Setting
100
Description
The integral factor of the speed controller is adjusted in these parameters (see
chapter 5 „Start-up“).
CP.31 KI speed
Co-domain
0…32767
CP.32 Switching frequency
Co-domain
2 / 4 / 8 / 12 / 16 kHz
Setting
dep. of
the power
circuit
Description
The switching frequency with which the power modules are clocked can be
changed depending on the application. The employed power stage determines
the maximum switching frequency as well as the factory setting (see manual:
part 2). The values must be confirm by „ENTER“.
Refer to following list to learn
low switching frequency
high switching frequency
about influences and effects of
less inverter heating
less noise development
the switching frequency.
less discharge current
improved sine-wave simulation
less switching losses
less motor losses
less radio interferences
improved controller characteristics
improved concentricity with low
speed (only open loop!)
At switching frequencies above 4 kHz pay absolute attention to the max. motor line length
in the technical data of the power circuit manual (Part 2).
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Parameter description
CP.33 Relay output 1 / function
CP.34 Relay output 2 / function
CP.33 and CP.34 determine the function of the two relay outputs (terminals X2A.24…26 and X2A.27…29). The
values must be confirm by „ENTER“.
Value Function
0
No function (generally off)
1
Generally on
2
Run signal; also by DC-braking
3
Ready signal (no error)
4
Fault relay
5
Fault relay (not at under voltage error)
6
Warning or error message at abnormal stopping
7
Overload alert signal
8
Overtemperature alert signal power modules
9
External overtemperature alert signal motor
10
Only application mode
11
Overtemperature alert signal interior OHI
12…19 Only application mode
20
Actual value = set value (CP.3 = Fcon; rcon; not at noP, LS, error, SSF)
21
Accelerate (CP.3 = FAcc, rAcc, LAS)
22
Decelerate (CP.3 = FdEc, rdEc, LdS)
23
Real direction of rotation = set direction of rotation
24
Utilization > switching level 1)
25
Active current > switching level 1)
26
Only application mode
27
Real value (CP.1) > switching level 1)
28
Setpoint (CP.2) > switching level 1)
29…30 Only application mode
31
Absolute setpoint at AN1 > switching level 1)
32
Absolute setpoint at AN2 > switching level 1)
33
Only application mode
34
Setpoint at AN1 > switching level 1)
35
Setpoint at AN2 > switching level 1)
36…39 Only application mode
40
Hardware current limit activated
41
Modulation on-signal
42…46 Only application mode
47
Ramp output value > switching level 1)
48
Apparent current (CP.4) > switching level 1)
49
Forward running (not at nOP, LS, abnormal stopping or error)
50
Reverse running (not at nOP, LS, abnormal stopping or error)
51
Warning E.OL2
52
Current regulator limit reached
53
Speed regulator limit reached
54…62 Only application mode
63
Absolute value ANOUT1 > switching level 1)
64
Absolute value ANOUT2 > switching level 1)
65
ANOUT1 > switching level 1)
66
ANOUT2 > switching level 1)
67…69 Only application mode
70
Driving current active (safety relay)
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Parameter description
Value
71…72
73
74
75…79
80
81
82
83
84
Function
Only application mode
Absolut active power > switching level 1)
Active power > switching level 1)
Only application mode
Active current > switching level 1)
Real value channel 1 > switching level 1)
Real value channel 2 > switching level 1)
HSP5 bus synchronized
Only application mode
1) Switching level of CP.33 = 100; switching level of CP.34 = 4
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Parameter description
CP.35 Limit switch / stopping mode
This parameter determines the reaction of the drive, to terminal X2A.14 (F) and/or X2A.15 (R). These terminals
are programmed as limit switches. The reaction of the drive is shown in the table below.
Value Setting
Display Reaction
Restart
0
E.PRx Immediate disabling of modulation
Quick stopping / disabling of modulation after reaching
Remove fault,
1
A.PRx
speed 0
reset
2
A.PRx Quick stopping / holding torque at speed 0
3
A.PRx Immediate disabling of modulation
Quick stopping / disabling of modulation after reaching Autoreset, if no fault
4
A.PRx
speed 0
is present
5
A.PRx Quick stopping / holding torque at speed 0
6
x
—
No effect to the drive, fault is ignored !
—
CP.36 Reaction to external fault
With the external error monitoring external units can take direct influence on the drive. This parameter determines
the response of the drive to a signal at terminal X2A.12 (I3) according to following table.
Value Setting
Display Reaction
Restart
0
x
E.PRx Immediate disabling of modulation
Quick stopping / disabling of modulation after reaching
Remove fault,
1
A.PRx
speed 0
reset
2
A.PRx Quick stopping / holding torque at speed 0
3
A.PRx Immediate disabling of modulation
Quick stopping / disabling of modulation after reaching Autoreset, if no fault
4
A.PRx
speed 0
is present
5
A.PRx Quick stopping / holding torque at speed 0
6
—
No effect to the drive, fault is ignored !
—
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Factory setting
3.3 Factory Settings
In the table below the factory settings for the size-dependent parameter values are listed.
CP.29
09/200V
10/200V
12/200V
13/200V
14/200V
15/200V
16/200V
17/200V
[ rpm ]
1400
1420
1435
1440
1450
1450
1465
1460
[Hz]
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
[A]
5,9
9,0
15,2
18,2
26,0
37,5
50,0
60,5
[V]
230
230
230
230
230
230
230
230
cos(Phi)
0,83
0,78
0,79
0,89
0,84
0,85
0,86
0,86
[kW]
1,5
2,2
4,0
5,5
7,5
11,0
15,0
18,5
[Nm]
10,23
14,79
26,61
36,47
49,39
72,43
97,76
120,99
[Nm]
22,09
30,68
53,53
69,92
93,40
137,48
190,64
248,74
09/400V
10/400V
12/400V
13/400V
14/400V
15/400V
16/400V
17/400V
18/400V
19/400V
20/400V
21/400V
22/400V
23/400V
24/400V
25/400V
26/400V
27/400V
28/400V
29/400V
30/400V
31/400V
32/400V
1400
1420
1435
1440
1450
1450
1465
1460
1465
1465
1470
1470
1475
1480
1480
1485
1485
1485
1485
1485
1490
1490
1490
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
3,4
5,2
8,8
10,5
15,0
21,5
28,5
35,0
42,0
55,5
67,0
81,0
98,5
140,0
168,0
210,0
240,0
287,0
370,0
420,0
535,0
623,0
710,0
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
0,83
0,78
0,79
0,89
0,84
0,85
0,86
0,86
0,84
0,85
0,86
0,86
0,86
0,87
0,86
0,85
0,87
0,88
0,88
0,88
0,88
0,85
0,84
1,5
2,2
4,0
5,5
7,5
11,0
15,0
18,5
22,0
30,0
37,0
45,0
55,0
75,0
90,0
110,0
132,0
160,0
200,0
250,0
315,0
355,0
400,0
10,23
14,79
26,61
36,47
49,39
72,43
97,76
120,99
143,83
195,52
240,33
292,29
356,03
483,85
580,63
707,26
848,72
1028,75
1285,93
1607,42
2018,55
2274,87
2563,24
22,47
30,81
53,21
73,26
80,12
118,83
165,88
213,37
253,27
309,88
393,60
474,91
609,86
752,75
907,29
833,38
1.041,70
1.264,01
1.413,37
1.780,29
1.938,63
2.566,84
3.012,88
Unit size/
voltage class
Torque limit
—
Rated motor torque
CP.16
Rated motor power
CP.15
Rated motor cos(Phi)
CP.14
Rated motor voltage
CP.13
Rated motor current
CP.12
Rated motor frequency
CP.11
Rated motor speed
Parameter
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Drive mode
3.4 Drive mode
The Drive Mode is an operating mode of KEB COMBIVERT that permits the manual starting of the drive by the
operator (with exception of the LCD Operator). After switching the control release the set value and rotation setting
are effected exclusively over the keyboard. In order to activate the drive mode the corresponding password (see
last but one page) must be entered in CP. 0. The display switches over as follows:
Direction of rotation
F = clockwise rotation
r = counter clockwise rotation
3.4.1 Start / stop drive
Status
noP = no control release
LS = neutral position
Modulation
blocked
Drive not controlled
Drive decreases to 0
rpm and switches the
modulation off
Drive accelerates onto the
adjusted set value
Drive operates with
adjusted set value
3.4.2 Changing the
direction of
rotation
Drive changes
direction of rotation
3.4.3 Presetting the
setpoint
Display changes when
key is pressed to set value
display/presetting
Set value can be changed
with UP/DOWN at pressed
FUNC/SPEED key
3.4.4 Leaving the drive
mode
To exit the drive mode the inverter must be in status “stop” (Display noP or LS).
Press the FUNC and ENTER keys simultaneously for about 3 seconds to leave the
drive mode. The CP-parameters appear in the display.
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for 3 seconds
Error Assistance
4. Error Assistance
At KEB COMBIVERT error messages are always represented with an "E." and the appropriate error in the
display. Error messages cause the immediate deactivation of the modulation. Restart possible only after reset or
autoreset.
Malfunction are represented with an „A.“ and the appropriate message. Reactions to malfunctions can vary. In the
following the display and their cause are described.
Display
COMBIVIS
bbL
bon
boFF
Cdd
dcb
base block
close brake
open brake
calculate drive
DC brake
76
85
86
82
75
dLS
low speed / DC brake
77
FAcc
forward acceleration
64
Fcon
forward constant
66
FdEc
forward deceleration
65
HCL
hardware current limit
80
LAS
LA stop
72
LdS
Ld stop
73
LS
nO_PU
noP
PA
PLS
low speed
power unit not ready
no operation
positioning active
low speed / power off
70
13
0
122
84
PnA
position not reachable
123
POFF
power off function
78
POSI
positioning
83
rAcc
reverse acceleration
67
rcon
reverse constant
69
rdEc
reverse deceleration
68
rFP
ready for positioning
121
SLL
stall
71
SrA
search for ref. active
81
SSF
speed search
74
STOP
quick stop
79
Status Messages
Value Meaning
Power modules for motor de-excitation locked
Brake control, brake engaged (see chapter 6.9)
Brake control, brake released (see chapter 6.9)
Measurement of the motor stator resistance.
Motor is decelerated by a DC-voltage at the output.
Modulation is switched off after DC-braking (see chapter 6.9 "DCBraking“).
Acceleration with the adjusted ramps in clockwise direction of rotation.
Acceleration / deceleration phase is completed and it is driven with
constant speed / frequency in clockwise direction of rotation.
It is stopped with the adjusted ramp times in clockwise direction of
rotation.
The message is output if the output current reaches the hardware
current limit.
This message is displayed if during acceleration the load is limited to the
adjusted load level.
This message is displayed if during deceleration the load is limited to the
adjusted load level or the DC-link current to the adjusted voltage level.
No direction of rotation pre-set, modulation is off.
Power circuit not ready or not identified by the control.
Control release (terminal ST) is not switched.
This message is displayed during a positioning process.
No modulation after Power-Off.
The specified position cannot be reached within the pre-set ramps. The
abort of the positioning can be programmed.
Depending on the programming of the function (see chapter 6.9 „Poweroff Function) the inverter restarts automatically upon system recovery or
after a reset.
Positioning function active (F5-G).
Acceleration with the adjusted ramp times in anti-clockwise direction of
rotation.
Acceleration / deceleration phase is completed and it is driven with
constant speed / frequency in clockwise direction of rotation.
It is stopped with the adjusted ramp times in anti-clockwise direction of
rotation.
The drive signals that it is ready to start the positioning process.
This message is displayed if during constant operation the load is limited
to the adjusted current limit.
Search for reference point approach active.
Speed search function active, that means that the inverter attempts to
synchronize onto a running down motor.
The message is output if as response to a warning signal the quick-stop
function becomes active.
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Error Assistance
Display
COMBIVIS
Error Messages
Value Meaning
E. br
Error ! brake
56
E.buS
Error ! Watchdog
18
E.Cdd
E.co1
E.co2
Error ! calc. drive data
Error ! counter overrun 1
Error ! counter overrun 2
60
54
55
E.dOH
Error ! drive overheat
9
E.dri
Error ! driver relay
51
E.EEP
Error ! EEPROM defective t
21
E. EF
Error ! external fault
31
E.EnC
E.Hyb
Error ! Encoder cable
Error ! hybrid
32
52
E.HybC
Error ! hybrid changed
59
E.iEd
Error ! input error detect
53
E.InI
Error ! initialisation MFC
57
E.LSF
Error ! load shunt fault
15
E.ndOH no ERROR drive overheat
11
E.nOH
no E. over heat pow.mod.
36
E.nOHI
no ERROR overheat int.
7
E.nOL
no ERROR overload
17
E.nOL2
no ERROR overload 2
20
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Error: can occur in the case of switched on brake control (see chapter
6.9.5), if
the load is below the minimum load level (Pn.43) at start up or the
absence of an engine phase was detected
the load is too high and the hardware current limit is reached
Adjusted monitoring time (Watchdog) of communication between
operator and PC / operator and inverter has been exceeded.
Error: During the automatic motor stator resistance measurement.
Counter overflow encoder channel 1.
Counter overflow encoder channel 2.
Error: Overtemperature of motor PTC. Error can only be reset at E.ndOH,
if PTC is again low-resistance. Causes:
resistance at the terminals T1/T2 >1650 Ohm
motor overloaded
line breakage to the temperature sensor
Error: Driver relay. Relay for driver voltage on power circuit has not
picked up even though control release was given.
After reset the operation is again possible (without storage in the
EEPROM)
Error: External error. Is triggered, if a digital input is being programmed
as external error input and trips.
Cable breakage at the resolver or incremental encoder
Invalid encoder interface identifier.
Error: Encoder interface identifier has changed, it must be confirmed
over ec.0 or ec.10.
Hardware failure at the NPN/PNP change-over or at the start/stop
measurement.
MFC not booted.
Load-shunt relay has not picked up. occurs for a short time during the
switch-on phase, but must automatically be reset immediately. If the
error message remains the following causes may be applicable:
load-shunt defective
input voltage wrong or too low
high losses in the supply cable
braking resistor wrongly connected or damaged
braking module defective
Motor temperature switch or PTC at the terminals T1/T2 is again in the
normal operating range. The error can be reset now.
Temperature of the heat sink is again in the permissible operating range.
The error can be reset now.
No longer overheating in the interior E.OHI, interior temperature has
fallen by at least 3°C
No more overload, OL-counter has reached 0%; after the error E.OL a
cooling phase must elapse. This message appears upon completion of
the cooling phase. The error can be reset now. The inverter must remain
switched on during the cooling phase.
The cooling time has elapsed. The error can be reset.
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Error Assistance
Display
COMBIVIS
E. OC
Error ! overcurrent
E. OH
Error ! overheat pow.mod.
E.OH2
Error ! motor protection
E.OHI
Error ! overheat internal
E. OL
Error ! overload (Ixt)
E.OL2
Error ! overload 2
E. OP
Error ! Overvoltage
E.OS
E.PFC
Error ! over speed
Error ! Power factor control
E.PrF
Error ! prot. rot. for.
E.Prr
Error ! prot. rot. rev.
E. Pu
Error ! power unit
E.Puci
Error ! Unknown power unit
Value Meaning
Occurs, if the specified peak current is exceeded. Causes:
acceleration ramps too short
the load is too big at turned off acceleration stop and turned off constant
current limit
short-circuit at the output
4
short-circuit at the output
deceleration ramp too short
motor cable too long
EMC
DC brake at high ratings active (see 6.9.3)
Error: Overtemperature of power module. Error can only be reset at
E.nOH. Causes:
insufficient air flow at the heat sink (soiled)
8
ambient temperature too high
ventilator clogged
30 Electronic motor protective relay has tripped.
Error: Overheating in the interior: error can only be reset at E.nOHI, if
6
the interior temperature has dropped by at least 3 °C.
Error: Overload error can only be reset at E.nOL, if OL-counter reaches
0% again. Occurs, if an excessive load is applied longer than for the
permissible time (see technical data). Causes:
poor control adjustment (overshooting)
16
mechanical fault or overload in the application
inverter not correctly dimensioned
motor wrongly wired motor wrongly wired
encoder damaged
Occurs if the standstill constant current is exceeded (see technical data
19 and overload characteristics). The error can only be reset if the cooling
time has elapsed and E.nOL2 is displayed.
Voltage in the DC-link circuit too high. Occurs when the DC bus voltage
rises above the permissible value. Causes:
poor controller adjustment (overshooting)
input voltage too high
1
interference voltages at the input
deceleration ramp too short
braking resistor defective or too small
58 Real speed is bigger than the max. output speed.
33 Error in the power factor control
The drive has driven onto the right limit switch. Programmed response
46 „Error, restart after reset” (see chapter 6.7 „Response to errors or
warning messages”).
The drive has driven onto the left limit switch. Programmed response
47 „Error, restart after reset” (see chapter 6.7 „Response to errors or
warning messages”).
12 Error: General power circuit fault
Error: During the initialization the power circuit could not be recognized
49
or was identified as invalid.
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Error Assistance
Display
COMBIVIS
E.Puch
Error ! power unit changed
E.PUCO
Error ! Power unit
communication
E.PUIN
Error ! Power unit invalid
E.SbuS
Error ! bus synchron
E.SEt
Error ! set
E.SLF
E.SLr
Error ! Software limit switch
forward
Error ! Software limit switch
reverse
Value Meaning
Error: Power circuit identification was changed; with a valid power circuit
this error can be reset by writing to SY.3. If the value displayed in SY.3
50 is written, only the power-circuit dependent parameters are reinitialized.
If any other value is written, then the default set is loaded. On some
systems after writing Sy.3 a Power-On-Reset is necessary.
Error: Parameter value could not be written to the power circuit.
22
Acknowledgement from LT <> OK
Error: Software version for power circuit and control card are different.
14
Error cannot be reset (only at F5-G B-housing)
Sychronization over sercos-bus not possible. Programmed response
23
„Error, restart after reset”.
It has been attempted to select a locked parameter set. Programmed
39
response „Error, restart after reset”.
The target position lies outside of the limit defined with the right software
44
limit switch. Programmed response „Error, restart after reset”.
The target position lies outside of the limit defined with the left software
45
limit switch. Programmed response „Error, restart after reset”.
Error: Undervoltage (DC-link circuit) Occurs, if DC-link voltage falls
below the permissible value. Causes:
input voltage too low or instable
inverter rating too small
voltage losses through wrong cabling
the supply voltage through generator / transformer breaks down at very
2
short ramps
at F5-G housing B E.UP is also displayed if no communication takes
place between power circuit and control card.
jump factor (Pn.56) too small
if a digital input was programmed as external error input with error
message E.UP (Pn.65).
3
One phase of the input voltage is missing (ripple-detection)
E. UP
Error ! underpotential
E.UPh
Error ! Phase failure
A.buS
Warning ! Watchdog
93
A.dOH
Warning ! drive overheat
96
A. EF
Warning ! external fault
90
Warning Messages
A.ndOH All-clear ! drive overheat
91
A.nOH
All-clear ! overheat pow.
mod.
88
A.nOHI
All-clear ! overheat internal
92
A.nOL
All-clear ! overload
98
A.nOL2
All-clear ! overload 2
101
A. OH
Warning ! overheat pow.
mod.
89
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Warning: Watchdog for communication between operator/control card
or operator/PC has responded. The response to this warning can be
programmed.
The motor temperature has exceeded an adjustable warning level.
The switch off time is started. The response to this warning can be
programmed. This warning can be generated only with a special power
circuit.
This warning is triggered via an external input. The response to this
warning can be programmed.
The motor temperature is again below the adjusted warning level. The
switch off time is stopped.
The heat sink temperature is again below the adjusted warning level.
The temperature in the interior of the inverter is again below the warning
threshold.
OL counter has reached 0 %, the warning “overload“ can be reset.
The cooling time after “Warning ! Overload during standstill" has elapsed.
The warning message can be reset.
A level can be defined, when it is exceeded this warning is output. The
response to this warning can be programmed.
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Error Assistance
Display
COMBIVIS
A.OH2
Warning ! motor protection
A.OHI
Warning ! overheat internal
A. OL
Warning ! overload
A.OL2
Warning ! overload 2
A.PrF
Warning ! prot. rot. for.
A.Prr
Warning ! prot. rot. rev.
A.SbuS
Warning ! synchron
A.SEt
Warning ! set
A.SLF
A.SLr
Warning ! Software limit
switch forward
Warning ! Software limit
switch reverse
Value Meaning
Warning: electronic motor protective relay has tripped. The response to
97
this warning can be programmed.
The temperature in the interior of the inverter lies above the permissible
87 level. The switch off time was started. The programmed response to this
warning message is executed.
A level between 0 and 100 % of the load counter can be adjusted, when
99 it is exceeded this warning is output. The response to this warning can
be programmed.
The warning is output when the standstill continuous current is exceeded
(see technical data and overload characteristics). The response to this
100
warning can be programmed. The warning message can only be reset
after the cooling time has elapsed and A.nOL2 is displayed.
The drive has driven onto the right limit switch. The response to this
94
warning can be programmed.
The drive has driven onto the left limit switch. The response to this
95
warning can be programmed.
Sychronization over sercos-bus not possible. The response to this
103
warning can be programmed.
It has been attempted to select a locked parameter set. The response to
102
this warning can be programmed.
The target position lies outside of the limit defined with the right software
104
limit switch. The response to this warning can be programmed.
The target position lies outside of the limit defined with the left software
105
limit switch. The response to this warning can be programmed.
GB - 29
Error Assistance
GB - 30
Start-up
5. Initial Start-up
For the initial start-up of KEB COMBIVERT F5-M do the following:
1. Open control release (terminal X2A.16).
=> frequency inverter in status „noP“
2. Select open loop operation
=> Parameter CP.10 = 0
3. Enter motor data
=> Parameter CP.11…CP.16
4. Activate load motor dependent parameter
=> Parameter CP.17 = 1 or 2
5. Enter necessary boost
=> Parameter CP.18
6. Enter encoder line number
=> Parameter CP.20
7. Observe cut-off frequency of encoder
=> See encoder specification
8. Startup in controlled operation
=> See the following flow chart
Start
│
Preset positive setpoint speed
REF 1 (terminals X2A.1 / X2A.2)
◄──────
Remove cause of error
┐
│
│
Activate control release
(terminal X2A.16)
├◄───────── ─────── ────────────┐
Direction of rotation of
the motor (forward)
correct ?
─ no──►
Exchange motor phases
Yes
├◄───────── ─────── ────────────┐
Sign of the
actual speed display (CP.1) positive ?
─ no──►
Exchange encoder tracks
(Parameter CP.21)
Yes
├◄───────── ─────── ────────────┐
Actual speed (CP.1) equal to setpoint speed
(CP.2)
minus slip ?
─ no──►
Possible causes: encoder defective,
interface defective, EMC-problems, cutoff frequency of the encoder is too small,
wrong encoder line number (CP.20)
│
│
┘
Yes
│
Initial start-up successful !
GB - 31
Start-up
6.
Adjustment Speed Controller
1. Open control release (terminal X2A.16).
2. Select closed loop operation
=>
=>
frequency inverter in status „noP“
Parameter CP.10 = 4
Problem
Solution
Problem
Very long transient process
Increase KP speed (CP.30); eventually Solution
reduce KI speed (CP.31)
Very long speed overshoot
Increase KP speed (CP.30);
eventually reduce KI speed (CP.31)
Problem
Sustained oscillation short billowy,
noises, vibes
Decrease KP speed (CP.30)
Problem
Solution
Transient too slow / remaining system
deviation
Increase KI speed (CP.31)
Problem
Overshoot too long, strong speed
decreases at load change
Problem
Sustained oscillation long billowy
Solution
Increase KI speed (CP.31)
Solution
Reduce KI speed (CP.31) and / or
reduce KP speed (CP.30)
Solution
GB - 32
Quick Reference
7.
Quick Reference
Parameter
CP.00
CP.01
CP.02
CP.03
CP.04
CP.05
CP.06
CP.07
CP.08
CP.09
CP.10
CP.11
CP.12
CP.13
CP.14
CP.15
CP.16
CP.17
CP.18
CP.19
CP.20
CP.21
CP.22
CP.23
CP.24
CP.25
CP.26
CP.27
CP.28
CP.29
CP.30
CP.31
CP.32
CP.33
CP.34
CP.35
CP.36
Password Input
Encoder 1 speed
Setpoint display
Inverter state
Apparent current
Peak apparent current
Actual torque
Actual DC voltage
Peak DC voltage
Output voltage
Speed control configuration
DASM Rated speed
DASM rated frequency
DASM rated current
DASM Rated voltage
DASM Rated cos (phi)
DASM Rated power
Load motor dependent parameter
Boost
rated frequency
Encoder 1 (inc/r)
Encoder 1 rotation
Maximum speed
Step value 1
Step value 2
Acceleration time
Deceleration time
S-curve time
Torque reference source
Absolute torque reference
KP speed
KI speed
Switching frequency
Relay output 1 / Function
Relay output 2 / Function
Reaction to limit switch
Reaction to external fault
Setting range
0…9999
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
0 (off)…5
0…64000 rpm
0.0…1600.0 Hz
0.0…710.0 A
120…500 V
0.50…1.00
0.35…400.00 kW
0…2
0.0…25.5 %
0…400 Hz
1…16383 inc.
0…19
0…4000 rpm
+4000 rpm
+4000 rpm
0.00…300.00 s
-0.01…300.00 s
0.00 (off)…5.00 s
0…5
+10000.00 Nm
0…32767
0…32767
2/4/8/12/16 kHz
0…84
0…84
0…6
0…6
Resolution
1
0.125 rpm
0.125 rpm
1
0.1 A
0.1 A
0,01 Nm
1 V
1 V
1 V
1
1 rpm
0.1 Hz
0.1 A
1 V
0.01
0.01 kW
1
0.1 %
0.0125 Hz
1 inc.
1
0.125 rpm
0.125 rpm
0.125 rpm
0.01 s
0.01 s
0.01 s
1
0,01 Nm
1
1
—
1
1
1
1
↵
Customer setting
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
x
x
x
x
x
GB - 33
Notes
GB - 34
Passwords
8.Passwords
Read only
Read/Write
Drive mode
100
200
500
GB - 35
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Rev.
Date
© KEB
00F5MEB-K320
2E
10/2016
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