Vacon frequency converters

Vacon frequency converters
Vacon frequency converters
Small, easy to use but still powerful
The Vacon frequency converter is small and therefore physically fits all systems.
Vacon CX/CXL/CXS frequency converters cover the power
range 0,55 kW – 1,5 MW, at 230/400/500/690 V 3-phase
input and motor voltages. Vacon frequency converters carry
the CE mark and comply with the strictest EMC (radio interference) directives of the EU.
High tolerance to electromagnetic disturbances and a
low emission level have been achieved by using a protected
chassis with built-in AC-choke, RFI filter and other tested
and simulated solutions. The input choke also significantly
decreases the total harmonic currents (THD) generated by
the frequency converter.
The highly sophisticated Open Loop Vector Control, the
fast ASIC circuit and the direct 3-phase current measurement guarantee accurate motor control and make the frequency converter suitable for very demanding uses. The
comprehensive manual, versatile control panels and flexible PC tools make the use of Vacon frequency converters
easy in all applications. The standard product series is
complemented by cabinet, regenerative and common
DC-bus solutions plus a wide range of options.
l Slim, space-saving "bookshelf" design
l Side by side installation
l Super Cooling technology
l Big drives can also be wallmounted
The "Five in One+" precision applications have been
designed to make the frequency converter easy to use in different applications. Apart from the simple basic application,
the following applications are available:
l Standard Application
l Local/Remote Control Application
l Multi-step Speed Control Application
l PI-control Application
l Multi-purpose Control
Application
l Pump and Fan Control
Application (also with
Autochange)
l Several customized
applications
Reliable technology
Vacon CX/CXL/CXS frequency converters are
manufactured according to international standards for the global market with traditional expertise based upon years of experience.
l Only the best solutions, components
and subcontractors are accepted
l The number of components and
subcontractors is kept to a minimum.
l Each frequency converter is subjected
to a final test in extreme conditions.
l Wide range of protective functions.
l Locked parameters ensure safety
during operation.
l All CX/CXL/CXS frequency converters
share the same control principle,
software, options and control panel. In addition, the CX
and CXL series have the same control board.
l Converters bigger than 110 kW use the same set of
spare parts.
l A test report accompanies every frequency converter
delivered.
l ISO9001 certificate.
The average mean time before failure (MTBF) of a frequency converter is more than 500 000 operating hours. In
urgent cases our worldwide service network and 24-hour
on-call service in Vaasa will help you.
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User-friendly
Vacon frequency converters are
extremely easy to operate.
l Comprehensive manuals in
more than 20 languages
l Due to the "Five in One+"
precision applications the
number of parameter
settings is minimized
l The PC tools and manuals
are also available on the
internet (www.vacon.com)
l Easy-to-use control panels
(Alphanumeric panel as
standard or full-graphical panel as option)
Panel operation is the same for all power ratings
Smart preset parameters: just enter the information
from the motor rating plate, Vacon does the rest
Simple connections, I/O connections with quick
terminals
RS232C terminal for PC-connection (FCLoad, FCDrive
and FC1131-3 Engineering programs)
The sizing of the frequency converter is done in the
same way for all CX, CXL and CXS versions.
Fieldbus options for all common bus systems
(Interbus-S, Profibus DP, CAN, LonWorks, Modbus etc.)
Advanced motor control
The torque does not have any ripple, which is important
in drive systems including gears. The stress of gears and
couplings due to too fast dynamic response can be avoided
by setting the torque response time correctly with a parameter when the torque control application is used.
The heart of the motor control of the Vacon is based on
sensorless vector control with an adaptive motor model and
a highly developed ASIC circuit. The vector control is done
in a system of stator flux co-ordinates. The control is not sensitive to changes in the parameters of the motor and neither
does it need demanding and complicated calculations requiring great calculation capacity.
Torque T
Vector control without feedback
The vector calculation is done every millisecond using the
measured instantaneous values. These values are given to
the motor model that calculates the torque and the flux. The
calculation does not include integrators that could cause
problems due to "drifting" due to inaccuracies in parameters
and measurements or changes in component values. The
size and direction of the motor voltage is derived from the
ASIC, thus errors in measurements have no effect. The
adaptive motor model includes, in addition to the motor,
also the converter and the motor cable, which means that
the status of the motor is always well known.
2.0
1.5
1.0
0.5
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
Frequency f
Example of the loadability of a standard motor supplied
by a frequency converter.
Starting torque
Overloadability
Nominal torque of the motor
Continuous loadability of the motor when supplied by a
frequency converter
Exact control
The dynamic precision of closed loop motor control is
achieved by sensorless flux vector control.
l the speed error in static situations is less than 0,5%
l the torque rise time is less than10 ms
l no ripple in the torque
l not sensitive to resonance vibrations
l high starting torque: 200%
l high starting current: 2.5 x ICT
l suitable for multimotor drive systems
l high speed applications, max output frequency 7200 Hz
Vector Control with Feedback
Full control of torque at zero speed is not possible without
feedback. If a speed error of smaller than 0,5% is required
in the application, motor control with feedback from an encoder is necessary. Feedback, or closed loop control is easy
with Vacon frequency converters.
Brake resistor, if the optional brake chopper is installed
Input
EMC-filter*
Optional
brake
chopper
AC-choke
Rectifier
Mains
L1
L2
L3
3~
IGBT
inverter
=
RFI
3~
Measurements
PE
Gate
drivers
Power
supply
Fan
Control panel
* external in CX range, integrated in CXS and CXL ranges
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Motor and
application
control
Motor
control
ASIC
Control I/O
Option
card
Current
sensor
Output
EMC-filter
Motor
U
V
W
Applications
Vacon frequency converters can readily be adapted to your
needs with one of the "Five in One+" –precision applications in each drive. Examples of typical uses are: pumps and
fans, compressors, conveyors, winders, mixers, cranes and
hoists, elevators, crushers etc.
Choose the one of the following applications that best
suits your needs and I/O requirements:
PLC
PLC
Brake resistor
4–20 mA
PLC
start/stop A
start/stop B
0–10 V
The basic application is the factory default setting. The I/O signals
are fixed (not programmable).
Only the basic parameter group 1
with only 18 parameters is available in the application. The frequency reference can be given as a
current or a voltage signal, with a
potentiometer or directly from the
control panel. The application is
very versatile.
If two active control sources
(A/B) are needed, the application for you is the Local /
Remote control application. The sources of the frequency reference are programmable. The active control source is selected with a
digital input. All outputs are
freely programmable. All 8
parameter groups are at your
disposal.
The multi-step speed
control application is useful when you need to switch
between fixed speeds. Nine
R01 brake
programmable speeds can
control
be used: basic speed, seven
multi-step speeds and jogging speed. The speeds are
Brake resistor
selected with digital input sig24 V
nals. The basic speed reference can be either a voltage
or a current signal. All outputs and inputs are freely programmable.
All 8 parameter groups can be used.
The standard application has
the same control signal logic as the
basic application but all digital inputs and all outputs are freely programmable. All 8 parameter
groups are at your disposal: Basic
parameters, input signal parameters, output and supervision parameters, drive control parameters,
frequency parameters, motor control parameters, protections and
autorestart parameters.
The PI-control application features two I/O terminal control sources. Source A
is the PI-controller and source
B is a direct frequency reference. The PI controller reference can be selected from
the analogue inputs, the poactual value
tentiometer and the panel
4–20 mA
reference. The actual value
can be selected from the analogue inputs or from mathematical functions of the analogue inputs. The PI-control application is often used in
pressure control applications where it is necessary to keep the pressure
constant. All outputs are freely programmable and all 8 parameter
groups can be utilized.
reference
0–10 V
The pump and fan control application can be used to control
one variable speed drive and up to
four auxiliary drives. The PI-controller of the application controls
the speed of the variable speed
drive and gives start and stop signals to the auxiliary drives. All outputs are freely programmable. BeR01
sides the 8 parameter groups, you
have a ninth group where the functions of the multiple pump and fan
control are defined.
The Autochange function uses exR02
ternal contactors to switch between
actual value
the motors connected to the fre4–20 mA
quency converter or to change the
start order of the auxiliary drives. The Autochange application must
separately be loaded into the frequency converter.
In booster stations a decrease of delivery pressure may be necessary if
the input pressure decreases below a certain limit. This requires input
pressure measurement. The Vacon pump and fan control application
provides this.
reference
PLC
+/- 10 V
4–20 mA
In the Multi-purpose control application the frequency reference can be selected from the analogue inputs, joystick
control, potentiometer or a mathematical
function of the analogue inputs. It is also
possible to program different multi-step
speeds and a jogging speed. All outputs
are freely programmable. You have all 8
parameter groups at your disposal. Of all
applications, the Multi-purpose application
is the most versatile. Due to its special parameters, it allows a highly specified programming of your frequency converter.
We also offer customized special applications intended for
general use: Lift application, Winder application,
High-speed application, Multi- purpose II control
application, Torque control application, Torque
control application for closed loop etc. You can also
edit the applications to better meet your requirements with
the Vacon FC1131-3 Engineering Program.
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Technical specifications
Choice of frequency converter
All frequency converters are sized according to the same
principle, the required output current. Vacon converters have
two different current ratings, ICT and IVT. ICT is used for applications requiring high dynamics (load changes and fast
ramp times), the sizing allows for a 50% overload for 1 minute every 10 minutes as well as a starting current of 250% of
drive rated current. The IVT rating is used for drives that do not
require overload, usually centrifugal pumps and and fans.
As the torque is proportional to the current, bear in mind
that constant torque drives require the same output current
regardless of output frequency. The converters can also be
used for multi-motor applications. In that case, the sum of the
motor rated currents must be smaller than the converter
rated current. We recommend the use of the ICT rating for
multi-motor applications.
Power range
Vacon CX
Vacon CXL
Vacon CXS
Protective functions
1,5–1500 kW
0,75–500 kW
0,55–30 kW
Mains Input Connection
voltage Uin
208–230V, -15% +- 10%
380–440V
460–500V
525–690V
Input frequency
45–66 Hz
Connection
to the mains
once per minute or less (normally)
Motor Output Connection
voltage
0–Uin
continuous
output
ICT: ambient max +50°C, current overload
1.5 x ICT (1min/10 min)
IVT: ambient max +40°C,
no overloading
starting torque
200%
starting current
2,5 x ICT: 2 s. every 20 s.
if output frequency <30 Hz and
if the heatsink temp. <+60°C
(up to M10, larger sizes case by case)
output frequency
0–500 Hz
frequency
resolution
0.01 Hz
Trip limit 4*ICT (up to M10;
in larger sizes case by case)
Overvoltage
protection
Mains voltage:
220 V
230 V
240 V
380 V
400 V
415 V
440 V
460 V
480 V
500 V
525 V
575 V
600 V
660 V
690 V
Undervoltage
protection
Trip limit 0.65 x Un
Earth-fault
protection
Protects the inverter from an earth-fault in the
output (motor or motor cable)
Mains
supervision
Trips if any of the input phases is missing
Motor phase
supervision
Trips if any of the output phases is missing
Other
Unit over temperature protection, motor
overload protection, stall protection, motor
underload protection, short-circuit protection
of +24V and +10V reference voltages
Trip limit:
1.47*Un
1.41*Un
1.35*Un
1.47*Un
1.40*Un
1.35*Un
1.27*Un
1.47*Un
1.41*Un
1.35*Un
1.77*Un
1.62*Un
1.55*Un
1.41*Un
1.35*Un
Control connections
Analogue
voltage
Control characteristics
Control method
Overcurrent
protection
Frequency Control (U/f)
Open Loop Sensorless Vector Control
Closed Loop Vector Control
0 – +10 V, Ri = 200 kΩ, single ended
(-10 – +10V , joystick control),
resolution12 bit, accur. ±1%
Analogue current 0 (4) – 20 mA, Ri = 250 Ω, differential
Digital inputs (6)
Positive or negative logic
Aux. voltage
+24V ±20%, max 100 mA
Pot. meter ref.
+10V -0%–+3%, max 10 mA
30–500 Hz
Analogue output
0 (4)–20 mA, R L <500 Ω,
resolution 10 bit, accur. ±3%
Acceleration time
0,1–3000 s
Digital output
Open collector output, 50 mA/48V
Deceleration time
0,1–3000 s
Relay outputs
Braking torque
DC brake: 30%*TN (without brake option)
Max switching voltage: 300 V DC, 250 V AC
Max switching load: 8 A/24 V
0.4 A/250 V DC, 2 kVA/250 V AC
Max continuous load: 2 A rms
Switching
frequency
1–16 kHz (up to 90 kW, 400/500 V series)
1–6 kHz (110–1500 kW and 600 V series)
Frequency
reference
Analog I/P resolution 12 bit,
accuracy ±1%
Panel refer. resolution 0.01 Hz
Field weakening
point
6
Environmental limits
Type designation code
Ambient operating
temperature
-10 (no frost) – +50°C at ICT
-10 (no frost) – +40°C at IVT
Storage
-40°C – +60°C
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VACON Vaasa Control
Relative humidity
<95%, no condensation allowed
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Software version
Air quality
chemical vapours IEC 721–3–3
unit in operation, class 3C2
mechanical particles IEC 721–3–3
unit in operation, class 3S2
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Nominal power of the unit (constant torque)

Product range CX, CXL, CXS
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Nominal mains voltage:
2 = 230V, 4 = 400V, 5 = 500V,
6 = 690V (3-phase)
‘
Control panel option:
A = 7-segment LED display
B = graphic (LCD) display
C = without local control panel
D = special switches, potentiometer, etc.
G = alphanumerical (LCD) display
’
Enclosure classification:
0 = IP00
2 = IP20
5 = IP54 (NEMA 12/12K)
7 = IP21 (NEMA1)
9 = special
(IP54 and IP21 only in CXL-serie)
“
Emission level (complies with):
N = (N = no filtering)
complies with the standards
EN50082-1,-2, EN61800-3
I = (I = industrial level)
complies with the standards
EN50081-2, EN50082-1,-2, EN61800-3
C = (C = commercial level)
complies with the standards EN50081-1,-2,
EN50082-1,-2, EN61800-3
”
Internal brake chopper option:
0 = no brake chopper
1 = built-in brake chopper
•
Special hardware version (if needed)
Altitude
max 1000 m at continuous ICT.
Over 1000 m reduce ICT
by 1% per each 100 m,
for altitudes >3000 m contact factory
Vibration
(IEC 721–3–3)
Operation: max displacement amplitude 3
mm at 2 – 9 Hz, max acceleration
amplitude 0,5 G at 9 – 200 Hz
Shock
(IEC 68–2–27)
Operation: max 8 G, 11 ms
Storage and shipping: max 15 G, 11 ms
(in the package)
VACON
Œ
EMC
Noise immunity
Fulfils EN50082 – 1, – 2 , EN61800 – 3
Emissions
– xxCXxxxNx -series, equipped with
external RFI-Filter (xRFIxxx), complies with
EN50081 – 2 , EN61800 – 3
– xxCXLxxxIx -series, complies with
EN50081 – 2 , EN61800 – 3
– xxCXLxxxCx -series, complies with
EN50081 – 1, – 2 , EN61800 – 3
– xxCXSxxxIx -series, complies with
EN50081 – 2 , EN61800 – 3
– xxCXSxxxCx -series, complies with
EN50081 – 1, – 2 , EN61800 – 3
Safety
Fulfils EN50178, EN60204 -1,CE, UL, C-UL,
FI, GOST R (check the ratingplate for
specified approvals for each unit)
CE-mark
yes
7
CA

2,2
Ž
CX

4

B
‘
2
’
N
“
1
”
AA
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Typespecific data
Vacon product family - table for comparison
VACON
CX
VACON
CXL
VACON
CXS
Power range [kW]
1.5 - 1500
0.75 - 500
0.55 - 30
Supply and motor
voltage 3 ~ [V]
230 - 690
230 - 500
230 - 500
Enclosure class IP
IP00, IP20
IP21, IP54
IP20
N*
N, I, C **
N, I, C
EMC classes
(integrated)
AC choke
(integrated)
Whole range Whole range
Motor control
Vacon CX
Mains voltage 440 – 500 V, 50/60 Hz, 3~
Vacon
Motor shaft power and current
frequency Constant torque
Variable
Mech. size/
converter
torque
enclosure
type
P(kW) ICT
ICTmax P(kW) IVT
2.2CX5
2.2
5
8
3
6
M4/IP20
3CX5
3
6
9
4
8
M4/IP20
4CX5
4
8
12
5.5
11
M4/IP20
5.5CX5
5.5
11
17
7.5
15
M4/IP20
7.5CX5
7.5
15
23
11
21
M5/IP20
11CX5
11
21
32
15
27
M5/IP20
15CX5
15
27
41
18.5 34
M5/IP20
18.5CX5 18.5 34
51
22
40
M6/IP20
22CX5
22
40
60
30
52
M6/IP20
30CX5
30
52
78
37
65
M6/IP20
37CX5
37
65
98
45
77
M6/IP20
45CX5
45
77
116 55
96
M6/IP20
55CX5
55
96
144 75
125 M7/IP00*
75CX5
75
125 188 90
160 M7/IP00*
90CX5
90
160 210 110 180 M7/IP00*
110CX5 110 180 270 132 220 M8/IP00*
132CX5 132 220 330 160 260 M8/IP00*
160CX5 160 260 390 200 320 M8/IP00*
200CX5 200 320 480 250 400 M9/IP00*
250CX5 250 400 571 315 460 M9/IP00*
315CX5 315 480 720 400 600 M10/IP00*
400CX5 400 600 900 500 672 M10/IP00*
4CXS 22CXS
Sensorless Vector Control
Space for expander
boards
1
1
***
* I-level equipped with external RFI-filter
** Integrated 0,75CXL - 90CXL
*** see Options
see also previous page, "Choice of frequency converter"
Vacon CX
Mains voltage 208 - 230 V, 50/60 Hz, 3~
Vacon
Motor shaft power and current
Frequency
Variable
converter Constant torque
torque
type
P(kW) ICT
ICTmax P(kW) IVT
Mech. size/
enclosure
Wt.
(kg)
1.5CX2
1.5
7
11
2.2
10
M4/IP20
7
2.2CX2
2.2
10
15
3
13
M4/IP20
7
3CX2
3
13
20
4
16
M4/IP20
7
4CX2
4
16
24
5.5
22
M5/IP20
15
5.5CX2
5.5
22
33
7.5
30
M5/IP20
15
7.5CX2
7.5
30
45
11
43
M5/IP20
15
11CX2
11
43
64
15
57
M6/IP20
35
15CX2
15
57
85
18.5
70
M6/IP20
35
18.5CX2
18.5
70
105
22
83
M6/IP20
35
22CX2
22
83
124
30
113
M6/IP20
35
30CX2
30
113
169
37
139
M7/IP00*
61
37CX2
37
139
208
45
165
M7/IP00*
61
45CX2
45
165
247
55
200
M7/IP00*
61
55CX2
55
200
300
75
264
M8/IP00*
136
75CX2
75
264
396
90
330
M8/IP00*
136
90CX2
90
330
495
110
415
M8/IP00*
136
380 –
6.5
8
10
13
18
24
32
42
48
60
75
90
110
150
180
210
270
325
410
510
600
750
440 V,
10
12
15
20
27
36
48
63
72
90
113
135
165
225
250
315
405
472
615
715
900
1000
50/60
3
4
5.5
7.5
11
15
18.5
22
30
37
45
55
75
90
110
132
160
200
250
315
400
500
Hz, 3~
8
M4/IP20
10
M4/IP20
13
M4/IP20
18
M4/IP20
24
M5/IP20
32
M5/IP20
42
M5/IP20
48
M6/IP20
60
M6/IP20
75
M6/IP20
90
M6/IP20
110 M6/IP20
150 M7/IP00*
180 M7/IP00*
210 M7/IP00*
270 M8/IP00*
325 M8/IP00*
410 M8/IP00*
510 M9/IP00*
580 M9/IP00*
750 M10/IP00*
840 M10/IP00*
Vacon CX
Mains voltage
2.2CX4
2.2
3CX4
3
4CX4
4
5.5CX4
5.5
7.5CX4
7.5
11CX4
11
15CX4
15
18.5CX4 18.5
22CX4
22
30CX4
30
37CX4
37
45CX4
45
55CX4
55
75CX4
75
90CX4
90
110CX4 110
132CX4 132
160CX4 160
200CX4 200
250CX4 250
315CX4 315
400CX4 400
Vacon CX
Mains voltage
2.2CX6
2.2
3CX6
3
4CX6
4
5.5CX6
5.5
7.5CX6
7.5
11CX6
11
15CX6
15
18.5CX6 18.5
22CX6
22
30CX6
30
37CX6
37
45CX6
45
55CX6
55
75CX6
75
90CX6
90
110CX6 110
132CX6 132
160CX6 160
200CX6 200
250CX6 250
315CX6 315
7
7
7
7
14.5
14.5
14.5
27
27
35
35
35
61
61
61
136
136
136
211
211
273
273
ICT =
525 –
3.5
4.5
5.5
7.5
10
14
19
23
26
35
42
52
62
85
100
122
145
185
222
287
325
690 V, 50/60 Hz, 3~
5.5 3
4.5
M5/IP20
7
4
5.5
M5/IP20
8.5 5.5
7.5
M5/IP20
11
7.5
10
M5/IP20
15
11
14
M5/IP20
21
15
19
M5/IP20
29
18.5 23
M5/IP20
34
22
26
M5/IP20
40
30
35
M5/IP20
53
37
42
M6/IP20
63
45
52
M6/IP20
78
55
62
M6/IP20
93
75
85
M6/IP20
127 90
100 M6/IP20
150 110 122 M8/IP00*
183 132 145 M8/IP00*
218 160 185 M8/IP00*
277 200 222 M9/IP00*
333 250 287 M9/IP00*
430 315 325 M10/IP00
487 400 390 M10/IP00
rated input and output current
(constant torque load, max 50°C ambient)
ICTmax = short term overload current 1min/10min
(constant torque load, max 50°C ambient)
IVT =
rated input and output current
(variable torque load, max 40°C ambient)
*=
IP20 with option
** =
also IP54
8
Wt.
(kg)
7
7
7
7
14.5
14.5
14.5
27
27
35
35
35
61
61
61
136
136
136
211
211
273
273
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
38
38
38
38
38
136
136
136
211
211
273
273
Vacon CXL
Mains voltage 208 – 230 V, 50/60 Hz,
Vacon
Motor shaft power and current
frequency Constant
Variable
converter torque
torque
type
P(kW) ICT
ICTmax P(kW) IVT
1.5CXL2
1.5 7
11
2.2 10
2.2CXL2
2.2 10
15
3
13
3CXL2
3
13
20
4
16
4CXL2
4
16
24
5.5 22
5.5CXL2
5.5 22
33
7.5 30
7.5CXL2
7.5 30
45
11
43
11CXL2
11
43
64
15
57
15CXL2
15
57
85
18.5 70
18.5CXL2 18.5 70
105 22
83
22CXL2
22
83
124 30
113
30CXL2
30
113 169 37
139
37CXL2
37
139 208 45
165
45CXL2
45
165 247 55
200
55CXL2
55
200 300 75
264
75CXL2
75
264 396 90
330
90CXL2
90
330 495 110 415
Vacon CXL
Mains voltage
0.75CXL4 0.75
1.1CXL4
1.1
1.5CXL4
1.5
2.2CXL4
2.2
3CXL4
3
4CXL4
4
5.5CXL4
5.5
7.5CXL4
7.5
11CXL4
11
15CXL4
15
18.5CXL4 18.5
22CXL4
22
30CXL4
30
37CXL4
37
45CXL4
45
55CXL4
55
75CXL4
75
90CXL4
90
110CXL4 110
132CXL4 132
160CXL4 160
200CXL4 200
250CXL4 250
315CXL4 315
400CXL4 400
380 –
2.5
3.5
4.5
6.5
8
10
13
18
24
32
42
48
60
75
90
110
150
180
210
270
325
410
510
600
750
440 V,
3.8
5.3
6.8
10
12
15
20
27
36
48
63
72
90
113
135
165
225
250
315
405
472
615
715
900
1000
Vacon CXS
Mains voltage208 – 230 V,
0.55CXS2 0.55 3.6 5.4
0.75CXS2 0.75 4.7 7.1
1.1CXS2 1.1 5.6 8.4
1.5CXS2 1.5 7
11
2.2CXS2 2.2 10
15
3CXS2
3
13
20
4CXS2
4
16
24
5.5CXS2 5.5 22
33
7.5CXS2 7.5 30
45
11CXS2
11
43
64
15CXS2
15
57
85
50/60 Hz,
1.1 3.5
1.5 4.5
2.2 6.5
3
8
4
10
5.5 13
7.5 18
11
24
15
32
18.5 42
22
48
30
60
37
75
45
90
55
110
75
150
90
180
110 210
132 270
160 325
200 410
250 510
315 580
400 750
500 840
50/60
0.75
1.1
1.5
2.2
3
4
5.5
7.5
11
15
18.5
3~
Mech. size/
enclosure
Wt.
(kg)
M4/IP21**
M4/IP21**
M4/IP21**
M5/IP21**
M5/IP21**
M5/IP21**
M6/IP21**
M6/IP21**
M6/IP21**
M6/IP21**
M7/IP21**
M7/IP21**
M7/IP21**
M8/IP21**
M8/IP21**
M8/IP21**
7
7
7
15
15
15
35
35
35
35
82
82
82
153
153
153
3~
M4/IP21**
M4/IP21**
M4/IP21**
M4/IP21**
M4/IP21**
M4/IP21**
M4/IP21**
M5/IP21**
M5/IP21**
M5/IP21**
M6/IP21**
M6/IP21**
M6/IP21**
M6/IP21**
M6/IP21**
M7/IP21**
M7/IP21**
M7/IP21**
M8/IP21**
M8/IP21**
M8/IP21**
M9/IP21**
M9/IP21**
M10/IP20
M10/IP20
6
6
6
8
8
8
8
16
16
16
32
32
38
38
38
82
82
82
153
153
153
230
230
305
305
Hz, 3~
4.7 M3/IP20
5.6 M3/IP20
7
M3/IP20
10
M3/IP20
13
M4B/IP20
16
M4B/IP20
22
M4B/IP20
30
M4B/IP20
43
M5B/IP20
57
M5B/IP20
70
M5B/IP20
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
7
7
7
7
21
21
21
9
Vacon CXL
Mains voltage 440 – 500 V, 50/60 Hz, 3~
Vacon
Motor shaft power and current
Mech. size/
Frequency Constant torque
enclosure
Variable
converter
torque
type
P(kW) ICT
ICTmax P(kW) IVT
0.75CXL5 0.75 2.5 3.8 1.1
3
M4/IP21**
1.1CXL5
1.1
3
4.5 1.5
3.5 M4/IP21**
1.5CXL5
1.5
3.5 5.3 2.2
5
M4/IP21**
2.2CXL5
2.2
5
8
3
6
M4/IP21**
3CXL5
3
6
9
4
8
M4/IP21**
4CXL5
4
8
12
5.5
11
M4/IP21**
5.5CXL5
5.5
11
17
7.5
15
M4/IP21**
7.5CXL5
7.5
15
23
11
21
M5/IP21**
11CXL5
11
21
32
15
27
M5/IP21**
15CXL5
15
27
41
18.5 34
M5/IP21**
18.5CXL5 18.5 34
51
22
40
M6/IP21**
22CXL5
22
40
60
30
52
M6/IP21**
30CXL5
30
52
78
37
65
M6/IP21**
37CXL5
37
65
98
45
77
M6/IP21**
45CXL5
45
77
116 55
96
M6/IP21**
55CXL5
55
96
144 75
125 M7/IP21**
75CXL5
75
125 188 90
160 M7/IP21**
90CXL5
90
160 210 110 180 M7/IP21**
110CXL5 110 180 270 132 220 M8/IP21**
132CXL5 132 220 330 160 260 M8/IP21**
160CXL5 160 260 390 200 320 M8/IP21**
200CXL5 200 320 480 250 400 M9/IP21**
250CXL5 250 400 571 315 460 M9/IP21**
315CXL5 315 480 720 400 600 M10/IP20
400CXL5 400 600 900 500 672 M10/IP20
6
6
6
8
8
8
8
16
16
16
32
32
38
38
38
82
82
82
153
153
153
230
230
305
305
Vacon CXS
Mains voltage 380 – 440 V,
0.75CXS4 0.75 2.5 3.8
1.1CXS4 1.1
3.5 5.3
1.5CXS4 1.5
4.5 6.8
2.2CXS4 2.2
6.5 10
3CXS4
3
8
12
4CXS4
4
10
15
5.5CXS4 5.5
13
20
7.5CXS4 7.5
18
27
11CXS4
11
24
36
15CXS4
15
32
48
18.5CXS4 18.5 42
63
22CXS4
22
48
72
50/60
1.1
1.5
2.2
3
4
5.5
7.5
11
15
18.5
22
30
Hz, 3~
3.5 M3/IP20
4.5 M3/IP20
6.5 M3/IP20
8
M3/IP20
10
M3/IP20
13
M4B/IP20
18
M4B/IP20
24
M4B/IP20
32
M4B/IP20
42
M5B/IP20
48
M5B/IP20
60
M5B/IP20
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
7
7
7
7
21
21
21
Vacon CXS
Mains voltage 440 – 500 V,
0.75CXS5 0.75 2.5 3.8
1.1CXS5 1.1
3
4.5
1.5CXS5 1.5
3.5 5.3
2.2CXS5 2.2
5
8
3CXS5
3
6
9
4CXS5
4
8
12
5.5CXS5 5.5
11
17
7.5CXS5 7.5
15
23
11CXS5
11
21
32
15CXS5
15
27
41
18.5CXS5 18.5 34
51
22CXS5
22
40
60
50/60
1.1
1.5
2.2
3
4
5.5
7.5
11
15
18.5
22
30
Hz, 3~
3
M3/IP20
3.5 M3/IP20
5
M3/IP20
6
M3/IP20
8
M3/IP20
11
M4B/IP20
15
M4B/IP20
21
M4B/IP20
27
M4B/IP20
34
M5B/IP20
40
M5B/IP20
52
M5B/IP20
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
7
7
7
7
21
21
21
Wt.
(kg)
Vacon CXC cabinet solution
Vacon CX frequency converters can easily be installed in a
cabinet. Besides the standard cabinet, we also offer customized solutions. Using our Scope of Work form it is easy to
define the kind of Vacon CXC cabinet version you need. Just
fill in the desired configuration and options in the form.
Vacon CXC series covers the power range 55 kW –
1500 kW, at input voltages 400/500/690 V. Enclosure
classes available are IP20, IP21, IP31 and IP54. The electrical properties, applications, I/O connections, motor control, use, dimensioning and options are those of the CX and
CXL series.
Due to thoroughly tested design solutions, Vacon CXC
frequency converters provide an excellent balance between
Vacon CXC type designation code.
VACON 500 CXC
1
2
3
5 E 7 N 0 A 0 AA 2 N 2 BB
4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
1
VACON Vaasa Control Oy
2
Nominal power of the unit
3
Product range CXC
4
Nominal mains voltage
4=400, 5=500, 6=690 V
5
Control panel option
A=7-segment LED display, B=graphic LCD display,
C=without control panel, D=special, switches, pot.,
etc., E=7-segment panel installed on the door,
F=graphical panel installed on the door,
G=alphanumeric, H=alphanumeric installed on the door
6
Enclosure classification
2=IP20, 7=IP21, 3=IP31, 5=IP54, 9=special
7
Emission level
N = complies with the standards
EN50082-1, -2, EN61800-3
I = complies with the standards
EN50082-1, -2, EN50081-2,EN61800-3
8
Internal brake chopper option
0=no brake chopper, 1=built-in brake chopper
9
Option board
A=none, B=Vacon CX100OPT,
C=Vacon CX101OPT, D=Vacon CX102OPT,
E=Vacon CX103OPT, F=Vacon CX200OPT,
G=Vacon CX201OPT, H=Vacon CX202OPT,
I=Vacon CX203OPT, K=other
10
Galvanic isolation for analog inputs/outputs
0=none, 1=analog input, 2=analog output, 3=both,
4=all (if Vacon equipped with option board)
11
Cabling for mains and motor connection
Mains: A=bottom, B=top, C=other
Motor: A=bottom, B=top, C=other
12
Mains device
0=none, 1=load switch, 2=switch fuse, 3=MCCB,
4=ACB, 5=other
13
Mains contactor
N=none, C=mains contactor
E=mains contactor with emergency stop
14
Motor protection filter
0=none, 1=dU/dt filter, 2=sinus filter, 3=other
15
Special hardware version (if needed)
AA=none, AB=Vacon standard by-pass circuit,
BA=other, BB=regenerative solution (CXR)
Vacon 400CXC467NO with main switch and by-pass circuit
CT=Constant torque, VT=Variable torque, Ict=rated input and output current (max. 50°C),
Ict max=short term overload current (max. 50°C), Ivt=rated input and output current (max. 40°C).
Input/motor voltage Un [V]
380 - 440 (3~)
Input/motor voltage Un [V]
440 - 500 (3~)
Pn
[kW]
Frequency
converter
type
Output current [A]
ICT
ICTmax IVT
Frequency
converter
type
Output current [A] Pn
Frequency
[kW] converter
type
ICT
ICTmax IVT
ICT
ICTmax IVT
W
H
D
500
500CX4
840
1200
1050
500CX5
675
880
880
400
400CX6
400
560
490
2x700
1000
390
430
630
630CX4
1050
1400
1160
630CX5
880
1120
1020
500
500CX6
490
680
620
2x989
1000
390
430
710
710CX4
1270
1500
1330
710CX5
1020
1200
1070
630
630CX6
620
780
700
2x989
1000
390
430
800
800CX4
1330
1600
1480
800CX5
1070
1300
1200
710
710CX6
700
870
*
2x989
1000
390
550
900
900CX4
1480
1700
*
900CX5
1200
1400
*
800
800CX6
*
*
780
2x989
1000
390
550
1000
1000CX4
*
*
1600
1000CX5
*
*
1300
-
-
-
-
-
2x989
1000
390
550
1100
1100CX4
1600
2100
1900
1100CX5
1300
1700
1600
900
900CX6
780
1030
900
3x989
1000
390
820
1250
1250CX4
1800
2400
2100
1250CX5
1530
2000
1700
1000
1000CX6
880
1160
1000
3x989
1000
390
820
1500
1500CX4
*
*
2270
1500CX5
*
*
1950
* contact the factory for details
10
Input/motor voltage Un [V]
525 - 690 (3~)
Output current [A] Dimensions IP00
[mm]
Wt.
[kg]
1100
1100CX6
*
*
1100
3x989
1000
390
820
1250
1250CX6
*
*
1300
3x989
1000
390
820
the current and the temperature. The Vacon CX and CXC
frequency converters can be connected to the supply voltage with either 6-, 12- or 18-pulse inputs. 12-pulse configuration is possible from 110 kW (400/500 V), at 690 V from
90 kW upwards.
18-pulse input can be utilized in frame M13 from 1100
kW upwards (400/500 V). At 690 V the 18-pulse input is
available from 900 kW . If equipped with an RFI filter,
Vacon CXC complies with the following EMC directives of
the EU: EN50081-2, EN50082-1, -2 and EN61800-3 (industrial level).
The excellent cooling capacity of Vacon CXC series results from the Vacon air circulation control system. As a result, IP20 and IP31 solutions do not need a separate fan in
the cubicle because the fans incorporated in the Vacon CX
frequency converter structure IP00 are powerful enough to
cool the cabinet.
The Vacon CXC cabinet version can be equipped with
options to meet your requirements: EMC filter, dU/dt filter,
sinusoidal filter, load switch, switch fuse, moulded-case circuit-breaker or air circuit-breaker, contactor and standard
by-pass (see Type designation).The cabling can be either
from the top or from the bottom of the enclosure.
Basic drawings without options and pictures with all options are available for all standard cabinets. The total width
of the cabinet depends on the configuration, cabling and
type and number of options. Input terminal height is 850
mm from the floor level. With options the height must be
considered case by case.
Main supply 380 – 690 V
3 phase 3-winding
supply transformer
for 12-pulse
mains connection
Standard
power supply
01
02
03
F11
K11
XL
RFI-filter
(option)
Vacon M10 CX
RFI-filter
(option)
L1 L2 L3
DC-busbars
K1
RFI
Control
F3 F2
U V W
Measurement
U1 L1 L2 L3 PE U V W
Filter
(option)
- +
L1 L2 L3
dudt/SIN
PE
U V W
Filter
(option)
Q1
T1
M
Vacon 500 - 1000CX4/5/6 frequency converters
with 6- and 12-pulse mains connection.
Standard diagram of Vacon CXC drive
with maximum range of options.
Vacon CXC: standard IP21 switchgear dimensions.
Pn
kW
Converter type
55
75
90
110
132
160
200
250
315
400
500
630
710
800
900
1000
1100
1250
1500
Vacon 55CXC4
Vacon 75CXC4
Vacon 90CXC4
Vacon 110CXC4
Vacon 132CXC4
Vacon 160CXC4
Vacon 200CXC4
Vacon 250CXC4
Vacon 315CXC4
Vacon 400CXC4
Vacon 500CXC4
Vacon 630CXC4
Vacon 710CXC4
Vacon 800CXC4
Vacon 900CXC4
Vacon 1000CXC4
Vacon 1100CXC4
Vacon 1250CXC4
Vacon 1500CXC4
Dimensions [mm]
W
H
D
Wt.
[kg]
Size
660
2265
640
212
M7
860
2265
640
308
M8
1060
2265
640
420
M9
1260
2265
640
485
M10
2060
2265
640
843
M11
2460
2265
640
975
M12
3660
2265
640
1480
M13
Converter type
Vacon 55CXC5
Vacon 75CXC5
Vacon 90CXC5
Vacon 110CXC5
Vacon 132CXC5
Vacon 160CXC5
Vacon 200CXC5
Vacon 250CXC5
Vacon 315CXC5
Vacon 400CXC5
Vacon 500CXC5
Vacon 630CXC5
Vacon 710CXC5
Vacon 800CXC5
Vacon 900CXC5
Vacon 1000CXC5
Vacon 1100CXC5
Vacon 1250CXC5
Vacon 1500CXC5
Dimensions [mm]
W
H
D
Wt.
[kg]
Size
660
2265
640
212
M7
860
2265
640
308
M8
1060
2265
640
420
M9
1260
2265
640
485
M10
2060
2265
640
485
M11
2460
2265
640
975
M12
3660
2265
640
1480
M13
Converter type
Vacon 90CXC6
Vacon 110CXC6
Vacon 132CXC6
Vacon 160CXC6
Vacon 200CXC6
Vacon 250CXC6
Vacon 315CXC6
Vacon 400CXC6
Vacon 500CXC6
Vacon 630CXC6
Vacon 710CXC6
Vacon 800CXC6
Vacon 900CXC6
Vacon 1000CXC6
Vacon 1100CXC6
Vacon 1250CXC6
Vacon 1500CXC6
Additional cubicle width for options and special connections: 200, 300, 400 and 600 mm
11
Dimensions [mm]
W
H
D
-
Wt.
[kg]
Size
-
-
860
2265
640
308
M8
1060
2265
640
420
M9
1260
2265
640
485
M10
2060
2265
640
843
M11
2460
2265
640
975
M12
3660
2265
640
1480
M13
Vacon CXI
VACON CXI is a DC fed frequency converter based on the
tested Vacon CX range. It does not include a rectifier bridge.
The energy the motor needs is fed as DC to the CXI and any
braking energy is fed back into the DC supply. Typical applications include paper machines, printing presses, centrifuges, system drives etc. The CXI is usually connected either
to an active front end or to a multipulse transformer/rectifier
combination. This allows the system to be supplied either
from the AC supply or to transfer energy in both directions,
to and from the supply.
The power range is 2.2 – 1500 kW, at 400 and 500 V.
The Vacon CXI is available in enclosure classes IP00 – IP20.
Common DC-bus systems are designed by Vaasa Control
on a case-by-case basis.
A Vacon CXI common DC-bus system for three extruders and winders
provides savings of 25% in purchase
costs for the machine manufacturer
compared to the DC alternative, owing to the possibility to use standard
AC motors. Controllability and printing result remain at the highest possible level.
Constant torque
Var. torque
Frequency
converter
ICT Current Power [kW] Current IVT
Power [kW] Current
type
[A]
ICTmax [A]
[A]
2,2CXI/R
M/IP
Dimensions (CXI)
W x H x D [mm]
Wt. (CXI)
[kg]
2,2
6,5
10
3
8
M4/IP00
120x290x215
7
3CXI/R
3
8,0
12
4
10
M4/IP00
120x290x215
7
4CXI/R
4
10
15
5,5
13
M4/IP00
120x290x215
7
5,5CXI/R
5,5
13
20
7,5
18
M4/IP00
120x290x215
7
7,5CXI/R
7,5
18
27
11
24
M5/IP00
157x405x238
15
11CXI/R
11
24
36
15
32
M5/IP00
157x405x238
15
15CXI/R
15
32
48
18,5
42
M5/IP00
157x405x238
15
18,5
42
63
22
48
M6/IP00
220x525x290
27
22CXI/R
22
48
72
30
60
M6/IP00
220x525x290
27
30CXI/R
30
60
90
37
75
M6/IP00
220x525x290
35
37CXI/R
37
75
113
45
90
M6/IP00
220x525x290
35
45CXI/R
45
90
135
55
110
M6/IP00
220x525x290
35
55CXI/R
55
110
165
75
150
M7/IP00
250x800x315
61
75CXI/R
75
150
225
90
180
M7/IP00
250x800x315
61
90CXI/R
90
180
250
110
210
M7/IP00
250x800x315
61
110CXI/R
110
210
315
132
270
M8/IP00
496x890x353
136
132CXI/R
132
270
405
160
325
M8/IP00
496x890x353
136
160CXI/R
160
325
472
200
410
M8/IP00
496x890x353
136
200CXI/R
200
410
615
250
510
M9/IP00
700x1000x390
211
250CXI/R
250
510
765
315
580
M9/IP00
700x1000x390
211
315CXI/R
315
600
900
400
750
M10/IP00
989x1000x390
273
400CXI/R
400
750
1000
500
840
M10/IP00
989x1000x390
273
500CXI/R
500
840
1200
630
1050
M10/IP00
2x(700)x1000x390
430
630CXI/R
630
1050
1400
710
1160
M10/IP00
2x(989)x1000x390
550
710CXI/R
710
1270
1500
800
1330
M10/IP00
2x(989)x1000x390
550
800CXI/R
800
1330
1600
900
1480
M10/IP00
2x(989)x1000x390
550
900CXI/R
900
1480
1700
*
*
M12/IP00
2x(989)x1000x390
500
1000CXI/R
1000
*
*
*
1600
M12/IP00
2x(989)x1000x390
500
1100CXI/R
1100
1600
2100
*
1900
M13/IP00
3x(989)x1000x390
780
1250CXI/R
1250
1800
2400
*
2100
M13/IP00
3x(989)x1000x390
780
1500CXI/R
1500
*
*
*
2270
M13/IP00
3x(989)x1000x390
780
18,5CXI/R
* Contact the factory for details
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The dimensions of the Vacon CXR
line filter are not included. The basic configuration of Vacon CXR
comprises two CXI units and a line
filter. Accordingly: dimensions of
one CXR solution are 2 x CXI dimensions, plus weight and the dimensions of the line filter.
Vacon CXR – regenerative solution
VACON CXR has been developed especially for applications requiring continuous braking. The CXR produces practically harmonic-free energy that can be fed back into the
supply. It is also possible to actively compensate the supply's
power factor.
The Vacon CXR consists of two identical units, one of
which is connected to the motor and the other through a filter to the supply. The filter is of the LCL-type. The DC-links of
the units are connected. The unit controlling the motor is
identical to a standard Vacon CX as regards its functions:
same control panel, same I/O connections and same motor
control. The power range is 2,2 – 1500 kW and the voltage
range 400/500 V.
Vacon CXR is a complete set of hardware that is usually
placed in a cabinet. Up to Vacon 90 CXR it may consist of
three separate boxes, protected to IP20.
CXR solution
CXI
Vaasa Control
Oy uses a
800 kW
Vacon CXR
for the normal
daily routine
testing of
frequency
converters.
CXI
380-500V
LCL
M
400
200
u(V) 0
-200
-400
0
0.005
0.01
0.015
0.02
0.025
0.03
0.035
0.04
0
0.005
0.01
0.015
0.02
0.025
0.03
0.035
0.04
200
i(A) 0
-200
Typical input voltage and current curves of a CXR-drive.
Note the fine sinusoidal undisturbed form. The THD value
of the current is normally <4 %.
Typical applications: centrifuges, decanters, cranes and
heavy conveyors. The speed of wind generators and small
turbines may also be optimised.
Common DC-bus drives
230–690 V
PLC
LINE
FIL TER
Profibus DP
P å(P 1 ...P5 )CXI
P 1CXI
P 2CXI
DC Fuse
+
P 3CXI
DC Fuse
P 4CXI
DC Fuse
P 5 CXI
DC Fuse
DC Fuse
DC Bus -
M
M
M
M
M
PROCESS
Dimensioning of Vacon CXI line units and CXI inverter units is done separately according to the motor and generator loads.
The costs are optimized on both sides without danger of overdimensioning.
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Vacon user interface – MMI
Vacon frequency converters feature a menu-structured alpha-numeric control panel as standard. The panel is detachable and it can be used with all Vacon CX, CXL and CXS
frequency converters.
It is possible to connect an RS-232C serial cable to the
frequency converter. The cable can be used to
l keep the control panel separated from the converter
(e.g. for door installation)
l connect the frequency converter to a PC for the use of
PC-tool programs
The maximum length of the cable is 10–15 m depending on
ambient conditions.
Using the RS232C connection
Vacon alphanumeric panel
C1
Contrast
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M6
Fault history
F 1–9
H1
2. Overvoltage
M5
Active faults
F 1–9
F1
1. Overcurrent
RUN
Increase
Decrease
STOP
Enter
M7
Contrast
15
Fault history
reset
READY
Scroll the
active fault list
FAULT
PANEL/
REMOTE
Lit when motor
is running.
Shows the selected
rotation.
Lit when the
motor is not running.
Lit when input
voltage is supplied
and the unit is ready
for use.
Lit when a fault in the
frequency converter occurs.
Shows the active
control source.
B2
Panel control
B1
Forward
0
M3
Reference
R1
R1
Freq. reference
45.45 Hz
R1
Freq. reference
45.45 Hz
G2–G12
Special param.
P1.1
P1.18
G1
Basic Parameters
P 1–15
P1.1
Min. freq.
15.50 Hz
MENU
(right)
B1
Reverse
1
ENTER
Increase
Decrease
V1
Output freq.
45.45 Hz
Move for ward
in the menu.
Acknowledgement of
changed value.
Fault history reset.
Function as programmable function.
Stops the motor if the
panel is the active
control source.
BROWSE Move in the main
menu and between
(up)
pages inside the same
submenu. Change value.
P1.1
Min. freq.
15.50Hz
Increase
Decrease
and accept
V2 Motor speed...
V20 Motor temp.rise
M1
Monitor
V 1–20
STOP
Panel operation of the
alphanumeric control panel
Enter
M2
Parameter
G 1–12
Enter
M4
Buttons
B 1–4
BROWSE Move in the main
menu and between
(down)
pages inside the same
submenu. Change value.
START
Starts the motor if the
panel is the active
control source.
MENU
(left)
Move backward
in the menu.
Resets faults.
RESET
Vacon graphical panel (optional)
PANEL/ active control place
REMOTE
READY/ mains supply connected,
FAULT converter ready/fault
rotation direction
run/stop indication
status of motor:
run/stop indication
name of the
monitored signal
value of the
monitored signal
bar graph indication
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The graphical panel is an
option to the alphanumeric
panel. This panel can also be
removed as well as used with
all Vacon CX, CXL and CXS
converters. With the graphical
panel you can for instance
copy parameter sets from one
unit to the other, monitor
measurements with trend
curves, monitor three values at
the same time and select
function pages.
Options
Vacon CX10xOPT
expander boards
Other options
Vacon RFI-, dU/dt and sinus filters
+10 VDC
Thermistor
inputs
Encoder
connection
+24 VDC
Vacon CX100OPT
5
2 [mA, V]
3
Vacon CX101OPT
5
o
1
Vacon CX102OPT
5
2 [mA, V]
3
Vacon CX103OPT
5
o
3
Vacon CX104OPT*
o
o
o
Vacon CX105OPT* 6 (120 VAC)
o
1 [mA]
Vacon CX106OPT
o
o
3
Vacon CX107OPT*
o
1 [V]
o
Vacon CX108OPT*
o
o
1
Analogue
outputs
Relay
outputs
Analogue
inputs
Digital
inputs
Vacon I/O expander boards are used to increase the number of I/Os available. In Vacon CX and CXL models, the expander board can be installed inside the drive. In some
cases a separate option board box is needed for the CXS
model. The type code for the option board box is Vacon
CXSOPTBxxx (xxx=number of option board).
1 [mA]
o
1 [V]
1 [mA]
o
o
3**
o
1
1
1
1
o
o
1
o
l
o
l
o
l
o
o
l
l
l
l
l
o
o
o
o
l
o
l
o
o
o
o
o
1 [mA]
1
o
o
o
Vacon 250 RFI 5 A 0 AA
Floor installation options
l Vacon MOCXLMxFAO
l Mechanical sizes M8 - M12
o = no l = yes * Can be installed inside the frequency converter in CXS models.
** Output in mA or V (selectable).
Control panels
l Vacon CXPAN_A (7-segment)
Vacon CX20xOPT
fieldbus options
l Vacon CXPAN_B (fully graphical)
l Vacon CXPAN_G (alpha-numeric, standard)
In serial data transmission the information transmitted is in digital
form which makes the systems immunity to disturbances better.
Very accurate references can also be given to the converter. The
use of a fieldbus offers unlimited possibilities to handle the information from the frequency converter. Moreover, the control functions of the converter are multiplied because either a programmable logic controller or a computer system can be used as the
bus host.
When connected to a fieldbus, the frequency converter can
be controlled and monitored in many ways from the host system.
Control commands can be given through the bus: start/stop,
speed and direction. The frequency converter functions can also
be monitored from the bus: e.g. drive temperature or motor current. Parameter setting and reading can also be done through
the bus. If a fault trip has occurred in the frequency converter its
cause can be read and reset from the host system.
Vaasa Control Ltd has developed option boards for Vacon
frequency converters. The frequency converter can be connected
to different fieldbus systems through these option boards. The
option board is installed inside the Vacon frequency converter.
Other panel units
l Vacon CXPAN_0 (blank panel)
l Vacon CXPAN_1 (galvanic isolator panel)
Door installation series
l Vacon PDIS1 (IP20)
l Vacon PDIS2 (IP54, 7-segment)
l Vacon PDIS3 (IP54, fully graphical)
l Vacon PDIS4 (IP54, alphanumeric)
Brake resistors
l Vacon BRxx
l For dynamic braking
Through-panel mounting bracket
l Vacon MOCXxxTP
l For embedding installation of sizes M4-M7
Remote control units
l Vacon BOXxx
l Different variations
Varnished circuit boards
l Vacon SLBMx
l Special varnishing for demanding environments
Vacon CX20xOPT bus system boards
Field protocol
Interbus-S*
Modbus
Profibus DP
LonWorks*
C-bus*
Device NET
Option board
(CX and CXL series)
CX200OPT
CX201OPT
CX202OPT
CXSOPTB203
CX204OPT
CX213OPT
Vacon Vaasa Control Oy
250
Max. current of the filter
RFI
Filter type
RFI=RFI filter
DUT=dU/dt filter
SIN=sinus filter
CHK=choke
REG=regenerative line filter
5
Nominal input voltage
2=230 V, 4=400 V
5=500 V, 6=690 V
A
Filter type
A=input, B=output
C=both
0
Enclosure classification
0=IP00, 2=IP20
AA
Reserved
Option board
(CXS series)
CXSOPTB200
CX211OPT
CX210OPT
CXSOPTB203
CXSOPTB204
CX212OPT
*Separate option board box is needed for the CXS series.
LonWorks is always installed in a separate box.
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Graphical tools
There are different PC Windows-based programs available
to ease the use of Vacon frequency converters. These programs perform different tasks like commissioning, loading
of different applications and block programming. The tools
contain integrated help files making them easy to use. To
use the programs successfully, you only need a PC and a
RS232C serial cable, which is connected to the RS232C terminal beneath the control panel of the frequency converter.
FCDrive
FCDrive is an easy-to-use commissioning tool for Vacon frequency
converters. With FCDrive, you can upload parameters from the frequency
converter, change them, save them in a file or download back to the
converter, print the parameters on paper or to a file, set references, start
and stop the motor, monitor signals on a graphic display (trend page)
and monitor the actual values. Minimum requirements for the use of
FCDrive are a PC equipped with 486 processor, 4 MB free RAM, 4 MB
free disk space and Windows 3.1x.
Parameter printout.
On the parameter pages, you can edit
parameters, print and save them and
change the application itself. On the
parameter pages all parameter groups
and the respective parameters can be
viewed in their own lists. The parameter
value can be changed in the field to the
right of the parameter list. The
parameter setting mode is also changed
from Offline to Online mode and vice
versa here. Change of language is also
done on the parameter page.
Up to 5 signals can be monitored simultaneously on the monitoring page.
On the trend page, you can follow three signals simultaneously. Only one of
the signals, however, is visible on the display. The minimum and maximum
values of the value axis and the length of the time axis can also be changed.
The value and time of the signal can be read at the hair cursor in the Trend
window. All normally measured variables can be monitored as trends.
On the operation page the motor can be started or stopped, references can
be given and the active control source can be changed.
The fault page shows the active faults and the fault history.
Both can be reset.
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FCLoad
FCLoad is a PC tool used to
load the following programs to
the frequency converter:
l system program (operating
system)
l special applications
l additional programs related
to the system program
The minimum PC hardware requirements correspond to those
of FCDrive. FCLoad is mainly
intended to be used by frequency converter professionals
and service personnel, but because of the ease of use it is
also very simple to load customized special applications to
the frequency converter.
Loading of additional
applications.
Loading of an application.
Loading of system program and choice of frequency
converter type code.
Vacon FC1131-3 Engineering
Vaasa. Schedules can be found and downloaded on our
Internet pages. Our skilled OEM Team will also be pleased
to tell you more about matters concerning applications.
The block programming feature of Vacon CX/CXL/CXS frequency converters open limitless possibilities to create customized applications. The tool complies with the IEC 1131-3
standard. Vacon FC1131-3 Engineering application programming tools can be used to customize the control logic and parameters of a frequency converter. A frequency converter equipped with a special application, an I/O expander
board or a bus option board constitutes an ideal entity to be used e.g. by
system engineers or OEM customers
with special demands.
Working with the graphical application design tool is similar to programming a PLC with the FDB (Function Block Design) language, where
the application can consist of more
than 1000 function blocks. Besides all
basic function blocks, more sophisticated function blocks such as different
filters, PI-controllers, integrators etc.
can be utilized in block programming.
With this tool, it is possible to freely program parameters,
fault messages and other application-related features.
When creating a new application, one of the Vacon frequency converter “Five in One+” applications is used as the
basis which minimizes the time and work needed for the
creation. We arrange training in block programming in
Vacon FC1131-3 Engineering - A graphical application design
tool that complies with the IEC1131-3 standard.
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Drives and the electrical environment
In most installations the process control also requires other
equipment, computers, sensors etc. This equipment is often
installed in close proximity, making it probable that they influence each other. There are two major mechanisms:
l Low frequency – harmonics
l High frequency – EMI.
Current harmonics
60,00 %
50,00 %
40,00 %
Harmonic currents
30,00 %
All waveshapes (currents or voltages) can be expressed as
the sum of the basic frequency (50 or 60 Hz) and higher
multiples of this. In balanced three-phase systems you will
find only odd harmonics. The even ones are cancelled
based on symmetrical considerations.
Non-linear loads generate these harmonics, loads that
draw currents that are not sinusoidal. Typical sources include rectifier bridges in power electronics, switch-mode
power supplies in office equipment and fluorescent lamps.
For three-phase rectifier loads the harmonic currents present are the 6xn ± 1, i.e. 5,7,11,13,17,19 etc. The magnitude of the currents decreases as the frequency increases.
The added harmonic current does not carry power, but
is an added current flowing in the cables. Typical effects are
overloading of conductors, a decrease in the power factor
and may cause measuring systems to malfunction. The voltages created by these currents flowing in the reactance of
the transformer might also damage other equipment or interfere with power line communication equipment.
20,00 %
10,00 %
0,00 %
Rectifier
7
11
13
17
19
23
25
Order
With AC-choke
No AC-choke
Comparison of 6-pulse rectifier with and without AC-choke
the lowest harmonics are the 11th and 13th, followed by the
23rd and 25th etc, with corresponding low levels. For the
eighteen-pulse solution the harmonics are the 17th and
19th, etc. at still lower levels. The supply current is very close
to a sinewave.
The effect of harmonics can be decreased in several
other ways. One possibility is to use the Vacon CXR regenerative drive, which has an almost sinusoidal supply current
(current THD normally <4%). The most common is to use
notch filters to change the impedance of the supply at specific frequencies. These work well for stable, unchanging
networks. Another way is to increase the supply transformer
power, as the lower reactance will cause lower harmonic
voltages. A third method is to use an active filter that compensates for the non-linearity of the load.
In the past few years, several standards have been published regarding harmonics, notably IEC 1000-3, IEC
1800-3 (EN61800-3), IEC 555 (EN60555) and IEEE
519-92. In a correctly designed system the Vacon drives
comply with all these.
Eliminating the problem
The magnitude of the harmonic currents decrease with increasing frequency, so in order to eliminate the problem,
you concentrate on the lower frequencies. The easiest way is
to increase the impedance at those frequencies with a
choke. Drives without chokes generate significantly higher
levels of harmonics than drives that have one. An AC –choke
has the added effect of protecting the drive against spikes in
the supply. All Vacon drives have AC chokes (with the exception of the < 3 kW CXS, which have small currents anyway).
These chokes eliminate the harmonics to a large degree,
but they cannot eliminate all harmonics.
For drives > 75 kW, a twelve- or eighteen-pulse solution
is often used. This reduces the harmonics in the supply by
eliminating the lowest harmonics. In a twelve-pulse solution
Input
AC-choke
EMC-filter
5
High frequency interference
High frequency interference are either radiated or conducted disturbances at frequencies > 9 kHz. The area of
concern is 150 kHz to 1000 MHz.
These are generally caused by switching elements in any
device, for example clocks in computers, switch-mode
power supplies and the output switches of drives. The generated high-frequency disturbance can interfere with the functioning of other devices. The high frequency noise emitted
from any device may influence by causing measuring systems and communication systems to malfunction, causing
radio receivers to receive only noise. All effects combined
may cause unexpected outages.
IGBT
inverter
3~
RFI
3~
Vacon frequency converters have a built-in AC choke. The
choke reduces the harmonic currents and protects the rectifier
against voltage spikes in the supply (compare to a DC choke)
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Input
AC-choke
EMC-filter
IGBT
inverter
Rectifier
Vaasa Control Ltd is the only manufacturer to offer
drives with integrated C-level filters to the 90 kW level.
For all of these classes we have an EU Declaration of
Conformity as well as a Technical Construction File (TCF),
verified by FIMKO Ltd.
3~
RFI
3~
Frequency converter range
You can also add external RFI-filters to reduce the emission
of N-level drives to the I-level.
Emission level
N-level I- level
Eliminating the problem
Two areas can be addressed: the immunity
(standards EN50082-1,-2, EN61800-3) and the emissions
(standards EN50081-1,-2, EN61800-3)
The generic standards EN50081 and 50082 as well as
EN61800 for drives define levels of immunity and emission
required for devices designed to operate in different environments. The Vacon drives are designed to operate in a
variety of environments, so they all come with industrial
strength immunity against RFI. This means that the drives
will operate reliably in all environments.
The standards also define the level of emission accepted in
the various environments. You can choose from three levels:
l N – No emission suppression – for users using the drive
in a non-vulnerable environment and who handle
emission suppression themselves.
l I – Emission suppression for the industrial level - for the
general industrial environment.
l C – Emission suppression for the commercial level – for
general use in a non-industrial environment.
C- level
Vacon CXS (0,55CXS-22CXS)
l
Vacon CXL (0,75CXL-90CXL)
l
l
l
Vacon CXL (110CXL-250CXL)
l
¤
¡
Vacon CX/C (2,2CX/C – 1500CX/C)
l
¤
¡
¤
l
¡
l
l
= complies, if equipped with an external RFI filter
= complies with inbuilt filter
= does not comply
Radiated emission limits dBuV/m at 10m distance
60
50
Quasi peak
40
Quasi peak
30
30 MHz
230
1000
EN50081-2, EN61800-3 Industrial environment (EN55011 class A)
EN50081-1, EN61800-3 Residential environment (EN55022 class B)
Conducted radiation limits
80
Quasi peak
70
Average
60
Quasi peak
50
Average
40
0,15 MHz
We prefer to use the generic standards (EN50008x) as
they are more stringent than the new product family standard EN61800-3.
0,5
30
5
EN50081-2, EN61800-3 Industrial environment
(EN55011 class A CISPR 11 class A, VDE curve N)
EN50081-1, EN61800-3 Residential environment
(EN55022 class B CISPR 22 class B)
EMC standards
Testing
standards
Type
Emission
Requirement
standards
Galvanic high
frequency
disturbance
EN55011/
CISPR 11&16
EN50081-1
EN50081-2
EN61800-3
Radiated high
frequency
disturbance
EN55011
CISPR 11
EN50081-1
EN50081-2
EN61800-3
Harmonic
currents
EN60555-2/
IEC555-2
EN50081-1
EN61800-3
IEC801-2
IEC1000-4-2
EN50082-1
EN50082-2
EN61800-3
IEC801-4
IEC1000-4-4
EN50082-1
EN50082-2
EN61800-3
IEC801-5
EN50082-1
EN50082-2
EN61800-3
ENV50140/
(IEC801-2)
EN50082-1
EN50082-2
EN61800-3
EMC
Static
discharge
Immunity
Radiated
electromagnetic
fields
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Device
N-type
VACON CXxxxNx,
VACON CXLxxxNx
EN50082-1, -2
EN61800-3
I-type
VACON CXLxxxIx
VACON CXSxxxIx
EN50081-2
EN50082-1, -2
EN61800-3
C-type
VACON CXLxxxCx
VACON CXSxxxCx
EN50081-1
EN50082-1, -2
EN61800-3
Cabling
We recommend the use of shielded cables with Vacon Frequency Converters. You can, however, use unshielded mains
supply cables to save on cable cost. Beside conventional copper cable, aluminium cable can be used with Vacon frequency converters above 30kW. Route the motor cable as far
away from other cables as possible.
Avoid placing the motor cables parallel to other cables.
Cable type
N level
I level
C level
Mains cable
1
1
1
Motor cable
2
2
3
Control cable
4
4
4
Reference
signal
(current)
24V
GND
24V
GND
2=
3=
4=
For fixed installation; Power cable for the used supply voltage.
No shield necessary.
Concentric neutral power cable for the used supply voltage
Power cable equipped with tight low-impedance shield for
the used supply voltage
Protected control cable equipped with tight low-impedance shield.
AC/DC
R
Switching:
<8A/24V DC,
<0,4A/300V
DC,
<2kVA/250V
Motor cables should cross other cables at a 90 degrees angle. The motor cable must be earthed at both ends; frequency converter end and motor end. The maximum length
of the motor cable in Vacon frequency converters is 200 m
with the exception of:
+10Vref
Uin+
GND
I in+
I in+24V
GND
DIA1
DIA2
DIA3
CMA
+24V
GND
DIB4
DIB5
DIB6
CMB
18 Iout+
19 Iout20
0(4)/20mA
RL<500 +
U<+48V
I<50mA
Cable types for different EMC levels.
1=
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
Reference
signal
(voltage)
21
22
23
24
25
26
DO
RO1/1
1/2
RO1/3
RO2/1
2/2
RO2/3
1)
1) Brake chopper
(option)
L1
L2
L3
-
+
U
V
W
Brake
resistor
l Vacon 0,75-1,1CXS 50 m
l Vacon 1,5CXS - 100 m
RFI-filter
Included in CX_ I,C versions
The cables must possess a heat resistance of at least +60°C.
The dimensioning of the cable and fuses must be done according to the Vacon drive actual ouput current (see ICT and IVT).
L1
CX4
CXL4
CXS4
Constant torque applicaton
Variable torque application
ICT [A]
Fuse [A]
Cu-cable [mm²]
IVT [A]
Fuse [A]
0,75
2,5
10
3*1,5+1,5
3,5
1,1
3,5
10
3*1,5+1,5
1,5
4,5
10
3*1,5+1,5
2,2
6,5
10
3,0
8
4,0
L2
L3
M
3~
Constant torque applicaton
Cu-cable [mm²]
CX5
CXL5
CXS5
ICT [A]
Fuse [A]
Cu-cable[mm²]
IVT [A]
Fuse [A]
Cu-cable[mm²]
10
3*1,5+1,5
0,75
2,5
10
3*1,5+1,5
3
10
3*1,5+1,5
4,5
10
3*1,5+1,5
1,1
3
10
3*1,5+1,5
3,5
10
3*1,5+1,5
6,5
10
3*1,5+1,5
1,5
3,5
10
3*1,5+1,5
5
10
3*1,5+1,5
3*1,5+1,5
8
10
3*1,5+1,5
2,2
5
10
3*1,5+1,5
6
10
3*1,5+1,5
10
3*1,5+1,5
10
10
3*1,5+1,5
3,0
6
10
3*1,5+1,5
8
10
3*1,5+1,5
10
10
3*1,5+1,5
13
16
3*2,5+2,5
4,0
8
10
3*1,5+1,5
11
16
3*2,5+2,5
5,5
13
16
3*2,5+2,5
18
20
3*4+4
5,5
11
16
3*2,5+2,5
15
20
3*4+4
7,5
18
20
3*4+4
24
25
3*6+6
7,5
15
20
3*4+4
21
25
3*6+6
11
24
25
3*6+6
32
35
3*10+10
11
21
25
3*6+6
27
35
3*10+10
15
32
35
3*10+10
42
50
3*10+10
15
27
35
3*10+10
34
50
3*10+10
18,5
42
50
3*10+10
48
50
3*10+10
18,5
34
50
3*10+10
40
50
3*10+10
22
48
50
3*10+10
60
63
3*16+16
22
40
50
3*10+10
52
63
3*16+16
30
60
63
3*16+16
75
80
3*25+16
30
52
63
3*16+16
65
80
3*25+16
37
75
80
3*25+16
90
100
3*35+16
37
65
80
3*25+16
77
100
3*35+16
45
90
100
3*35+16
110
125
3*50+25
45
77
100
3*35+16
96
125
3*50+25
55
110
125
3*50+25
150
160
3*70+35
55
96
125
3*50+25
125
160
3*70+35
75
150
160
3*70+35
180
200
3*95+50
75
125
160
3*70+35
160
200
3*95+50
90
180
200
3*95+50
210
250
3*150+70
90
160
200
3*95+50
180
200
3*95+50
110
210
250
3*150+70
270
315
3*185+95
110
180
200
3*95+50
220
250
3*150+70
132
270
315
3*185+95
325
400
2*(3*120+70)
132
220
350
3*150+70
260
315
3*185+95
160
325
400
2*(3*120+70)
410
500
2*(3*185+95)
160
260
315
3*185+95
320
400
2*(3*120+70)
200
410
500
2*(3*185+95)
510
630
2*(3*240+120)
200
320
400
2*(3*120+70)
400
500
2*(3*185+95)
250
510
630
2*(3*240+120)
580
630
2*(3*240+120)
250
400
500
2*(3*185+95)
460
630
2*(3*240+120)
Variable torque application
Line and motor cable recommendations for the
460-500 V series
Line and motor cable recommendations for the
380-440 V series
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PARAMETERS
2.26 Source B ref. select
2.15 Source A ref. select
4.12 Jogging speed ref.
I/O connections
The I/O connections for all Vacon CX, CXL
and CXS frequency converters are the same.
The basic board has 2 analogue inputs, 6
digital inputs, 1 analogue output, 2 relay
outputs, 1 digital output (open collector output) and auxiliary voltages.
The number of frequency converter I/Os
can be increased with Vacon CX10xOPT expander boards(see Options).
Control connections are galvanically
separated from the drive frame. Digital
input groups A and B and the relay outputs
are galvanically separated from the signal
ground.
The active signal level of the control signals depends on the connections of the
common inputs CMA and CMB (terminals
11 and 17). The alternatives are the +24 V
control voltage or ground (0V).
Changing from one application to another redefines the I/O to the default of the
chosen application.
Uin+
Freq. ref.
Source B
Iin ±
Reference,
Source A
Actual value
selection:
Uin
Iin
Uin+Iin
Uin- Iin
Iin x Uin
Iin - Uin
DIA2
Up
DIA3
Down
RO1
Aux. drive 1, start
RO2
Aux. drive 2, start
Motorized
potentiometer
reference
Programmable
push-button 2
PI-controller
P
I
Internal
frequency
reference
P
Actual
value
Calculation of
freq. ref and
control logic of
auxiliary drives
DO1
Aux. drive 3, start
DIB5
Jogging speed selection (programmable)
DIB6
Source A/B selection
DIA3
Ext. fault reset (programmable)
DIB4
Start/Stop, source B
DIA1
Start/Stop, source A
DIA2
External fault (programmable)
P
1
Internal
fault reset
Internal
Start/Stop
control line
signal line
Control signal logic. An example for the Pump and Fan Control Application
Mains
X4
10 Vref
1M
GND
L1
L2
L3
+24 V
DIB4
DIB5
DIB6
CMB
Iout +
2
Uin+
Analog signal input
Signal range -10V– +10V DC
3
GND
I/O ground
4
Iin+
5
Iin-
6
7
24V supply voltage
±20%, load max. 100 mA
I/O ground
8
DIA1
Digital input 1
9
DIA2
Digital input 2
10
DIA3
Digital input 3
11
CMA
Common for DIA1-DIA3
12
+24V
24V supply voltage
Same as #6
13
GND
I/O ground
Same as #7
14
DIB4
Digital input 4
Ri = min. 5 k
15
DIB5
Digital input 5
Analog
output
16
DIB6
Digital input 6
17
CMB
Common for DIB4-DIB6
Must be connected to GND or +24 V
Digital
output
18
Iout+
19
Iout-
Analog signal output
Signal range 0(4)–20 mA
R L max. 500 W
20
DO1
Open collectorl output
Transistor output
£ 50 mA, Uin£48 VDC
21
RO1
22
RO1
23
RO1
24
RO2
Main circuits
RO1.1
RO1.2
READY
RO1.3
220
VAC
RO2.1
RO2.2
RO2.3
Burden max 10 mA *
GND
Digital input
group B
DO1
Reference voltage output
+24V
Digital input
group A
Iout -
Specification
+10Vref
Signal range 0(4)–20 mA
Control I/O
ground
Iin +
Iin -
DIA1
DIA2
DIA3
CMA
Function
1
Analog signal input
GND
Uin
Terminal
U
V
W
220
VAC
25
RO2
26
RO2
Relay output 1
Ri = min. 5 k
Must be connected to GND or +24 V
Max. switch voltage 250 VAC, 300 VDC
Max. switch current 8 A / 24 VDC,
0.4 A / 250 VDC
Max. switch power < 2 kVA / 250 VAC
Max. cont. current < 2 A rms
Relay output 2
FAULT
Motor
Control terminal signals. If potentiometer reference is used,
the potentiometer R = 1..10 k (linear)
Galvanic separations
21
Installation
Install your Vacon frequency converters vertically. Due to
it´s slim, space saving design and small size, Vacon frequency converters can easily be mounted on the wall or in
an enclosure even if space is limited.
When installing the frequency converter in an enclosure,
make sure you do not constrict the cooling air flow in any way,
either on the suction or the exhaust side. For example 5,5CX4
requires around 70m3/h and 1500CX4 around 9000 m3/h
fresh cooling air! Also make sure that there is no recirculation
of air within the enclosure. Free space around the frequency
converter guarantees sufficient air circulation and cooling.
Changing the fan, if necessary, is then also easier.
380-500 V, CX IP20 (M4-M6)/IP00 (M7-M10)
a
Installation space.
a2=distance between frequency converters. The dimensions includes the space
for changing the fan. If multiple units are to be installed
above each other the distances must be b+c and the
air from the outlet of the
lower unit must be directed
away from the inlet of the
upper unit.
M5
M6
M7
M8
M9
M10
M4
M5
M6
M7
M8
M9
M10
20
20
30
75
250
200
200
20
20
30
75
250
200
200
a2
10
10
10
75
75
75
75
20
20
30
75
75
75
75
b
100
120
160
300
300
300
300
100
120
160
300
300
300
300
c
50
60
80
100
—
—
—
50
60
80
100
—
—
—
w1
120
157
220
250
496
700
989
120
157
220
374
496
700
989
w2
95
127
180
220
456
660
948
95
127
180
345
456
660
948
h1
323
452
575
854
950
1045
1045
423
562
700
1050
1350
1470
1470
h2
312
434
558
835
926
1021
1021
412
545
683
1031
926
1021
1021
h3
290
405
525
800
890
1000
1000
390
515
650
1000
1290
1425
1425
h4
40
45
100
*
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
d1
215
238
290
315
353
390
390
215
238
290
330
353
390
390
r1
7
9
9
9
11,5
11,5
11,5
7
9
9
9
11,5
11,5
11,5
r2
3,5
4,5
4,5
4,5
6
6
6
3,5
4,5
4,5
4,5
6
6
6
525-690 V, CX IP20 (M5-M6)/IP00(M8-M10)
20
30
250
200
200
20
20
30
75
10
10
75
75
75
20
20
30
75
75
120
160
300
300
300
100
120
160
300
300
c
60
80
—
—
—
50
60
80
100
—
w1
157
220
496
700
989
120
157
220
374
496
w2
127
180
456
660
948
95
127
180
345
456
h1
486
668
950
1045
1045
423
562
700
1050
1350
h2
470
650
926
1021
1021
412
545
683
1031
926
h3
440
618
890
1000
1000
390
515
650
1000
1290
h4
45
100
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
d1
265
290
353
390
390
215
238
290
330
353
r1
9
9
11,5
11,5
11,5
7
9
9
9
11,5
r2
4,5
4,5
6
6
6
3,5
4,5
4,5
4,5
6
208 - 230 V, CX IP20 (M4-M6)/IP00(M7-M8)
M6
a
c
w1
w2
r1
380-500 V, CXS IP20
r2
250
b
M5
a
208 - 230 V, CXL IP21/54
a2
M4
a2
380-500 V, CXL IP21/54 (M10 only IP20)
M4
a
b
h1
h2
r2
208 - 230 V, CXS IP20
M7
M8
M3
M4B
M5B
M3
M4B
M5B
20
a
20
20
30
75
250
20
20
20
20
20
a2
10
10
10
75
75
10
10
10
10
10
10
b
100
120
160
300
300
100
120
120
100
120
120
c
50
60
80
100
—
50
60
60
50
60
60
w1
120
157
220
250
496
120
135
185
120
135
185
w2
95
127
180
220
456
95
95
140
95
95
140
h1
323
452
575
854
950
343
430
595
343
430
595
h2
312
434
558
835
926
333
420
580
333
420
580
h3
290
405
525
800
890
305
390
550
305
390
550
h4
40
45
100
*
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
d1
215
238
290
315
353
150
205
215
150
205
215
r1
7
9
9
9
11.5
7
9
7
7
7
9
r2
3,5
4,5
4,5
4,5
6
3,5
3,5
4,5
3,5
3,5
4,5
Installation space and mounting dimensions for Vacon CX, CXL and CXS frequency converters. Dimensions are according to the mechanical size and product family. You will find the
mechanical sizes on the Typespecific data page. If such information is needed for mechanical
sizes M11-M13, please contact to your nearest Vacon partner.
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d1
h3
h4
Mounting dimensions.
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