SM Series Remote Keypad Kit

174194.00 - SM SERIES
REMOTE KEYPAD INSTRUCTIONS
The SM Series Remote Keypad option allows the SM Series drive to be
programmed and controlled from up to 8 feet away (typically from the
front of the enclosure that houses the SM drive). When properly mounted,
the remote keypad is rated up to NEMA 4X.
2.
SM REMOTE KEYPAD TEMPLATE
Hold this page against the panel where the remote keypad is to be mounted,
and use a center punch to mark the location of the holes. The dotted line is the
outline of the remote keypad.
In addition to the functions available on the front of the SM drive, the
remote keypad has Start/Stop and Forward/Reverse functions.
1/8” hole
NOTE: The Remote Keypad option will only work with SM drives that
have parameter version “320” or higher. The parameter version appears
momentarily on the drive display when it is powered up, and also appears
on a sticker on the drive’s heatsink.
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1.32”
WARNING!
If OEM mode is selected (using Parameter 48), and if the OEM Default
settings for Parameters 11, 12, and 14 are not “13”, “21”, and “02” respectively,
the remote keypad will be disabled, and the STOP key WILL NOT work.
Refer to the SM manual for more information on OEM Default settings.
1.
3.38”
PARTS LIST
1.57”
1.38” to 1.5”
hole
The SM Remote Keypad kit includes the following parts:
(1)
(2)
(1)
Remote Keypad
Self-tapping Mounting Screws
Eight foot cable
(1)
(1)
Gasket
Instruction Sheet
1/8” hole
NOTE: The supplied cable is unshielded and can only be used in low-noise
environments. In high-noise environments, use Belden 9842, Carol C4842, or
equivalent (24 gage minimum) wire only. The maximum cable length that can
be used is 8 feet.
3.
MOUNTING THE REMOTE KEYPAD
The diagram below illustrates how to mount the remote keypad to a panel. Use
the template in Section 2 to mark the location of the mounting holes on the
panel.
PANEL
MOUNTING
SCREWS
2.19”
Max Depth = 0.72”
4.
WIRING CONNECTIONS
WARNING!
Improper wiring may result in damage to the Remote Keypad. Keep the
remote keypad cable away from power wiring.
The Belden and Carol cables specified consist of two twisted pairs. Make
sure one twisted pair is used for connections to 13B and 13E, and the
other is used for connections to 11 and 2. Do not mix connections
between twisted pairs.
NOTE: The supplied cable is unshielded and can only be used in low-noise
environments. In high-noise environments, use Belden 9842, Carol C4842, or
equivalent (24 gage minimum) wire only. The maximum cable length that can
be used is 8 feet.
1
GASKET
2
5
6
11
13A 13B 13E
Cable included with kit
does not have a shield
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13B
13E
11
2
REMOTE
KEYPAD
REMOTE KEYPAD
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5.
SETTING UP THE SM DRIVE
To set up the SM drive to work with the Remote Keypad, the following
parameters must be programmed:
P11
P12
P14
TB-13B FUNCTION
TB-13E FUNCTION
CONTROL
Set to REMOTE KEYPAD (13)
Set to REMOTE KEYPAD (21)
Set to REMOTE KEYPAD ONLY (02).
6.
REMOTE KEYPAD FUNCTIONS
The M key and the ▲ and ▼ keys on the remote keypad function the same as
the Mode button and the ▲ and ▼ buttons on the drive. The other remote
keypad functions are described below:
R
F
When this is done, and the Remote Keypad is connected, only the Remote
Keypad can start the drive and select direction. This results in some functions
of the drive being unavailable. These are explained below:
1.
The Dynamic Braking option cannot be used because TB-13E is required
for the Remote Keypad.
2.
Settings 05, 06, and 07 on TB-13A (Parameter 10) are disabled. These
settings are related to direction control. Only the Remote Keypad can be
used for direction commands.
Reverse/Forward key: Selects Forward or Reverse direction.
The R/F key is only active if Parameter 17 - ROTATION is set
to “02” (FORWARD AND REVERSE).
When the R/F key is pressed, the symbol for the opposite
direction will blink on the display. Press the M key within four
seconds to confirm the rotation change.
Below are the display symbols used to indicate direction:
FORWARD
REVERSE
Refer to the SM Installation and Operation Manual for more information.
RUN key: Press RUN to Start the drive. TB-1 must be closed to
TB-11. See the wiring diagram in Section 4
NOTE: Once the drive is set up for Remote Keypad control, the buttons on
the front of the drive are disabled. If they are pressed, the drive display and
Remote Keypad display will show “SE”, indicating that the buttons are disabled.
RUN
STOP key: Press STOP to Stop the drive. The STOP key is
active whenever the remote keypad is operational.
STOP
WARNING!
If the remote keypad display is totally blank or only the decimal points are lit,
or it is displaying a “JF” fault, the STOP key WILL NOT stop the drive. The
remote keypad must be operational in order for the STOP key to be active.
7.
REMOTE KEYPAD DISPLAY
The SM Remote Keypad has a three digit display like the SM drive.
8.
TROUBLESHOOTING
CONDITION / DISPLAY
Remote Keypad display
is blank, or only the
decimal points are
illuminated.
POSSIBLE CAUSES
Parameter 14 - CONTROL is set to “01”
(TERMINAL STRIP ONLY)
Parameter 11 - TB-13B is not set to “13”.
Parameter 12 - TB-13E is not set to “21”.
The displays below are examples of the drive in RUN mode. On the left, the
drive is running at 43.6 Hz. On the right, the speed has been changed to 52.8
Hz (during speed command changes, the upper left decimal point turns on).
The Remote Keypad is not wired correctly to the
drive.
Remote Keypad and/or
SM drive displays “JF”
JF is a serial fault, which indicates a communication problem. Check for proper wiring between
the remote keypad and the drive.
A “JF” fault will also occur if an attempt is made
to power the remote keypad and an ausiliary
relay from TB-11. See Note 2 in Section 4.
The displays below are examples of problems that will occur if the drive is not
properly programmed or if the keypad is not wired properly to the drive.
Make sure Parameters 11,
12, and 14 are properly
set.
Make sure the keypad is
properly wired to the
drive and the cable is
away from noise.
The R/F key does not
work to change rotation
direction.
Doc# SLRK06A
To use the R/F key to change rotation direction,
the remote keypad must be selected as the
control source, and Parameter 17 (ROTATION)
must be set to “02” (FORWARD AND
REVERSE). Refer to Sections 4 and 5.
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