User Guide ACS250 (115V- 480V Variants) RELAY OUTPUT CARD

User Guide ACS250 (115V- 480V Variants) RELAY OUTPUT CARD
SAFETY NOTICES
ACS250 (115V- 480V Variants)
RELAY OUTPUT CARD
OPTION
WARNING is given where there
is a hazard that could lead to
injury or death of personnel.
CAUTION is given where there
is a hazard that could lead to
damage to equipment.
It is the responsibility of the
installer to ensure that the
equipment or system into which
the product is incorporated
complies
with
the
EMC
legislation of the country of use.
Within the European Union,
equipment into which this
product is incorporated must
comply
with
89/336/EEC,
Electromagnetic Compatibility.
WARNING
Within the European Union, all
machinery in which this product
is used must comply with the
Machinery Directive
2006/42/EC, Safety of
Machinery. In particular, the
equipment should comply with
EN60204-1.
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transmitted in any form or by any means, electrical or mechanical
including photocopying, recording or by any information storage or
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CAUTION
 Store the Option in its box until
required. It should be stored in a
clean and dry environment.
o
Temperature range –40 C to
o
+60 C.
 Install the Option onto the
ACS250 by inserting the row of 11
pins into the terminal connector of
the ACS250, ensuring that the
terminals are tightened.
 If the Option is being used with
Size E1 ACS250, care should be
taken to support the Option when
the terminal screws of the Option
are being tightened or loosened.
WARNING
 The ACS250 and the Options
should be installed only by
qualified electrical persons and in
accordance
with
local
and
national regulations and codes of
practice.
 Electric
shock
hazard!
Disconnect and ISOLATE the
ACS250 before attempting any
work on it. High voltages are
present at the terminals and within
the drive for up to 10 minutes after
disconnection of the electrical
supply.
 Where the electrical supply to the
drive is through a plug and socket
connector, do not disconnect until
10 minutes have elapsed after
turning off the supply.
STANDARDS CONFORMITY
An ACS250 (115V- 480V Variant) fitted with this Option complies
with the following standards:
 CE-marked for Low Voltage Directive.
 IEC 664-1 Insulation Coordination within Low Voltage Systems.
© 2013 ABB Oy, ALL Rights Reserved
 UL 840 Insulation Coordination for electrical equipment.
The manufacturer accepts no liability for any consequences resulting
from inappropriate, negligent or incorrect installation.
The contents of this User Guide are believed to be correct at the time of
printing. In the interests of a commitment to a policy of continuous
improvement, the manufacturer reserves the right to change the
specification of the product or its performance or the contents of the
User Guide without notice.
 EN50081-2 EMC Generic Emissions Standard, Industrial Level.
 EN50082-2 EMC Generic Immunity Standard, Industrial Level.
 Enclosure ingress protection, EN60529 IP00, NEMA 250.
 Flammability rating according to UL 94.
SAFETY
This option is specifically designed to be used with the 115V- 480V
Variants of the ACS250 variable speed drive product and is intended
for professional incorporation into complete equipment or systems. If
installed incorrectly it may present a safety hazard. The ACS250 uses
high voltages and currents, carries a high level of stored electrical
energy, and is used to control mechanical plant that may cause injury.
Close attention is required to system design and electrical installation to
avoid hazards in either normal operation or in the event of equipment
malfunction.
System design, installation, commissioning and maintenance must be
carried out only by personnel who have the necessary training and
experience. They must read carefully this safety information and the
instructions in this Guide and follow all information regarding transport,
storage, installation and use of the Option, including the specified
environmental limitations.
Please read the IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION below, and all
Warning and Caution boxes elsewhere.
ABB Oy
AC Drives
P.O. Box 184
FI-00381 HELSINKI
FINLAND
UK
www.abb.com/drives
Part No. 3AUA0000135609
Model No. RCR0-01
Manual Part No. 82-2ROUT-ABB_V1
Iss 2.01
EXPLANATION
The Relay Output card option can be used in applications where the
analog/digital output from the drive is converted to a relay output.
Typical applications are where two relay outputs are required. The
functions of the relays are programmable in the drive and can be
any of the following:
o
o
o
o
o
o
SPECIFICATIONS
Max Relay switching voltage:
Max Relay switching current:
Max Carrying Current:
Max input voltage :
Environmental :
Conformity :
OPERATION
Programming the first relay output
Drive enabled
Drive healthy
Drive at set speed
Drive at zero speed
Drive at max speed
Motor in overload
Since the first relay output fitted within the ACS250 (115V- 480V
Variant) is programmed using parameter 1401 in the drive, two
completely independent relay outputs are available. The following
options are supported for relay 1:
1401
0 : Drive enabled (Running)
1 : Drive Ready
2 : Motor at target speed
3 : Drive tripped
4 : Output Frequency >= limit
5 : Output current >= limit
6 : Output Frequency < limit
7 : Output current < limit
9 10 11
R01NO
8
RO1COM
Digital Input 3
7
RO2COM
Digital Input 2
6
0V
+ 24V Output
5
RO2NO
4
+10V Output
3
* Analog Input 4
2
Digital Input 1
OPTION CONTROL TERMINALS
1
250V AC / 220V DC
1A
2A
+/- 50V DC
-10ºC … +50ºC
IP00, UL94V-0
Relay 1 output function select (RO1)
Defines the function of the user relay 1,
when the operating conditions are met.
Disabled : Contacts open
Enabled : Contacts closed
Options 4 to 7: the Relay output is
enabled using the level set in parameter
3200
Programming the second relay output
The second relay output is controlled using Optidrive parameter
1501. This can be set to any of the choices 0-7 as described below:
* Analog inputs should be connected to terminals 6 & 7.
1501
0 : Drive enabled (Running)
1 : Drive Ready
2 : Motor at target speed
3 : Drive tripped
4 : Output Frequency >= limit
5 : Output current >= limit
6 : Output Frequency < limit
7 : Output current < limit
Note :
The second relay output contacts are available on terminals 8 and 9.
This relay utilises the drive’s analog/digital output for operation therefore the analog output is not available when this module is
fitted.
Relay 2 output function select (RO2)
Defines the function of the user relay 2,
when the operating conditions are met.
Disabled : Contacts open
Enabled : Contacts closed
Options 4 to 7 : the Digital output is
enabled using the level set in parameter
3200.
Note : Parameters 1401,1501, and 3200 are located in the Long
parameter group, group navigation is detailed in the drive manual.
NOTES
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