AF-60 LP™ Micro Drive Operating Instructions

AF-60 LP™ Micro Drive Operating Instructions
GE Consumer & Industrial
Electrical Distribution
AF-60 LPTM Micro Drive
Operating Instructions
The instructions do not purport to cover all details or variations in equipment nor to provide for every possible
contingency to be met in connection with installation, operation or maintenance. Should further information be
desired or should particular problems arise which are not covered sufficiently for the purchaser’s purposes, the
matter should be referred to the GE company.
AF-60 LP is a trademark of the General Electric Company.
GE Consumer & Industrial
41 Woodford Avenue
Plainville, CT 06062
www.geelectrical.com/drives
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Contents
1 Safety
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Safety Instructions
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Software Version and Approvals
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General Warning
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Avoid unintended Start
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Before Commencing Repair Work
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2 Mechanical Installation
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Before Starting
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Mechanical Dimensions
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3 Electrical Installation
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How to Connect
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Electrical Installation in General
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Fuses
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EMC-Correct Installation
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Mains Connection
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Motor Connection
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Control Terminals
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Connecting to Control Terminals
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Switches
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Power Circuit - Overview
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Load sharing/Brake
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4 Programming
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How to Programme
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Programming with DCT-10 Set-up Software
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Programming with the Keypad
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Status Menu
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Quick Menu
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Quick Menu Parameters
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Main Menu
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5 Modbus RTU
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Modbus RTU Overview
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Modbus RTU Message Framing Structure
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Remote Terminal Unit
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Modbus RTU Message Structure
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Start/Stop Field
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Address Field
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Function Field
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Data Field
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CRC Check Field
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Coil/Register Addressing
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How to Control the frequency converter
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Function Codes Supported by Modbus RTU
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Exception and Error Codes
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How to Access Parameters
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Parameter Handling
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Storage of Data
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IND
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Text Blocks
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Conversion Factor
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Parameter Values
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Examples
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Read Coil Status (01HEX)
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Force/Write Single Coil (05HEX)
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Force/Write Multiple Coils (0FHEX)
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Read Holding Registers (03HEX)
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Preset Single Register (06HEX)
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Preset Multiple Registers (10HEX)
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GE Drive Control Profile
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Control Word According to GE Drive Control Profile
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Explanation of the Control Bits
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Status Word According to GE Drive Control Profile (STW)
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Explanation of the Status Bits
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Bus Speed Reference Value
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6 Parameter Overview
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Conversion Index
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Change during operation
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2-Set-up
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Type
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0-** Operation/Display
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1-** Load/Motor
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2-** Brakes
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3-** Reference/Ramps
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4-** Limits/Warnings
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5-** Digital In/Out
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6-** Analog In/Out
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7-** Controllers
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8-** Comm. and Options
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13-** Logic Controller
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14-** Special Functions
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15-** Drive Information
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16-** Data Readouts
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7 Troubleshooting
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Alarm, Warning and Extended Status Word
8 Specifications
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Mains Supply
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Other Specifications
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Special Conditions
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The Purpose of Derating
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Derating for Ambient Temperature
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Derating for Low Air Pressure
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Derating for Running at Low Speeds
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Options for AF-60 LP™ Micro Drive
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Index
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1 Safety
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1.1.1 High Voltage Warning
The voltage of the frequency converter is dangerous whenever it is connected to mains. Incorrect installation of the motor or frequency
converter may cause damage to the equipment, serious injury or death. Consequently, it is essential to comply with the instructions in this
manual as well as local and national rules and safety regulations.
1.1.2 Safety Instructions
Prior to using functions directly or indirectly influencing personal safety (e.g. Fire Mode or other functions either forcing the motor to stop or
attempting to keep it functioning) a thorough risk analysis and system test must be carried through. The system tests must include testing
failure modes regarding the control signalling (analog and digital signals and serial communication.
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Make sure the frequency converter is properly connected to earth.
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Do not remove mains connections, motor connections or other power connections while the frequency converter is connected to power.
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Protect users against supply voltage.
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Protect the motor against overloading according to national and local regulations.
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The earth leakage current exceeds 3.5 mA.
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The [OFF] key is not a safety switch. It does not disconnect the frequency converter from mains.
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1.1.3 Software Version and Approvals
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Software Version
Operating Instructions
AF-60 LP™ Micro Drive
Series
This Operating Instructions can
be used for all AF-60 LP™ Micro
Drive frequency converters
with software version 2.1x.
The software version number
can be read in
parameter 15-43.
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1.1.4 General Warning
Warning:
Touching the electrical parts may be fatal - even after the equipment has been disconnected from mains.
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Also make sure that other voltage inputs have been disconnected (such as external DC bus power supplies).
Be aware that there may be high voltage on the DC link even when the LEDs are turned off.
Before touching any potentially live parts of the frequency converter, wait at least 4 minutes for all sizes.
Shorter time is allowed only if indicated on the nameplate for the specific unit.
Leakage Current
The earth leakage current from the frequency converter exceeds 3.5 mA. According to IEC 61800-5-1 a reinforced Protective Earth connection
must be ensured by means of a min. 10mm² Cu or an addtional PE wire - with the same cable cross section as the Mains wiring - must be
terminated separately.
Residual Current Device
This product can cause a DC current in the protective conductor. Where a residual current device (RCD) is used for extra protection, only an
RCD of Type B (time delayed) shall be used on the supply side of this product.
Protective earthing of the frequency converter and the use of RCDs must always follow national and local regulations.
Motor overload protection is possible by setting Parameter 1-90 Motor thermal protection to the value Electronic overload trip. For the North
American market: Electronic overload functions provide class 20 motor overload protection, in accordance with NEC.
Installation in high altitudes:
For altitudes above 2 km, please contact GE .
1.1.5 IT Mains
IT Mains
Installation on isolated mains source, i.e. IT mains.
Max. supply voltage allowed when connected to mains: 440 V.
As an option, GE offers line filters for improved harmonics performance.
1.1.6 Avoid unintended Start
While the frequency converter is connected to mains, the motor can be started/stopped using digital commands, bus commands, references or via the drive
Keypad.
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Disconnect the frequency converter from mains whenever personal safety considerations make it necessary to avoid unintended start of any motors.
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To avoid unintended start, always activate the [OFF] key before changing parameters.
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1.1.7 Disposal Instruction
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Equipment containing electrical components must not be disposed of together with domestic waste.
It must be separately collected with electrical and electronic waste according to local and currently valid legislation.
1.1.8 Before Commencing Repair Work
1.
Disconnect AF-60 LP™ Micro Drive from mains (and external DC supply, if present.)
2.
Wait for 4 minutes (M1, M2 and M3) and 15 minutes (M4 and M5) for discharge of the DC-link.
3.
Disconnect DC bus terminals and brake terminals (if present)
4.
Remove motor cable
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2 Mechanical Installation
2.1 Before Starting
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2.1.1 Checklist
When unpacking the frequency converter, make sure that the unit is undamaged and complete. Check that the packaging contains the following:
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AF-60 LP™ Micro Drive
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Quick Guide
Illustration 2.1: Content of box.
2.2 Side-by-Side Installation
The frequency converter can be mounted side-by-side for IP 20 rating units and requires 100 mm or 3.94 inclearance above and below for cooling. Regarding
surroundings in general, please see chapter 7. Specifications.
Illustration 2.2: Side-by-side installation.
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2.3.1 Mechanical Dimensions
A template for drilling can be found on the flap of the packaging.
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Illustration 2.3: Mechanical dimensions.
Power (kW)
Unit
1 X 200-240 V 3 X 200 -240 V 3 X 380-480 V
Size
M1
0.18 - 0.75
0.25 - 0.75
0.37 - 0.75
M2
1.5
1.5
1.5 - 2.2
M3
2.2
2.2 -3.7
3.0 - 7.5
M4
11.0-15.0
M5
18.5-22.0
1) For Keypad with potentiometer, please add 7.6 mm.
Height (mm)
Depth 1) (mm)
Max. Weight
A
A (incl. decoupling plate)
a
B
b
C
Kg
150
176
239
292
335
205
230
294
347.5
387.5
140.4
166.4
226
272.4
315
70
75
90
125
165
55
59
69
97
140
148
168
194
241
248
1.1
1.6
3.0
6.0
9.5
Table 2.1: Mechanical Dimensions
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Width (mm)
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3 Electrical Installation
3.1 How to Connect
3.1.1 Electrical Installation in General
NB!
All cabling must comply with national and local regulations on cable cross-sections and ambient temperature. Copper conductors required, (60-75° C) recom-
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mended.
Details of terminal tightening torques.
Power (kW)
Unit Size 1 x 200-240 V 3 x 200-240 V 3 x 380-480 V
M1
0.18 - 0.75
0.25 - 0.75
0.37 - 0.75
M2
1.5
1.5
1.5 - 2.2
M3
2.2
2.2 - 3.7
3.0 - 7.5
M4
11.0-15.0
M5
18.5-22.0
1) Spade connectors (6.3 mm Faston plugs)
Line
1.4
1.4
1.4
1.3
1.3
Motor
0.7
0.7
0.7
1.3
1.3
Torque (Nm)
DC connection/Brake
Control Terminals
0.15
Spade1)
0.15
Spade1)
0.15
Spade1)
1.3
0.15
1.3
0.15
Earth
3
3
3
3
3
Relay
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
Table 3.1: Tightening of terminals.
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3.1.2 Fuses
Branch circuit protection:
In order to protect the installation against electrical and fire hazard, all branch circuits in an installation, switch gear, machines etc., must be short-circuited and
overcurrent protected according to national/international regulations.
Short circuit protection:
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GE Drive is suitable for a circuit capable of supplying a maximum of 100,000 Arms (symmetrical), 480 V maximum.
Overcurrent protection:
Provide overload protection to avoid overheating of the cables in the installation. Overcurrent protection must always be carried out according to national
regulations.
Non UL compliance:
If UL/cUL is not to be complied with, GE recommends using the fuses mentioned in the below table, which will ensure compliance with EN50178/IEC61800-5-1:
In case of malfunction, not following the fuse recommendation may result in damage to the frequency converter.
Max. fuses UL
Bussmann
Bussmann
Littel fuse
FerrazShawmut
FerrazShawmut
Max. fuses non UL
Type RK1
KTN-R15
KTN-R25
KTN-R35
KTN-R50
Type J
JKS-15
JKS-25
JKS-35
JKS-50
Type T
JJN-15
JJN-25
JJN-35
JJN-50
Type RK1
KLN-R15
KLN-R25
KLN-R35
KLN-R50
Type CC
ATM-R15
ATM-R25
-
Type RK1
A2K-15R
A2K-25R
A2K-35R
A2K-50R
Type gG
16A
25A
35A
50A
KTN-R10
KTN-R15
KTN-R20
KTN-R25
KTN-R40
KTN-R40
JKS-10
JKS-15
JKS-20
JKS-25
JKS-40
JKS-40
JJN-10
JJN-15
JJN-20
JJN-25
JJN-40
JJN-40
KLN-R10
KLN-R15
KLN-R20
KLN-R25
KLN-R40
KLN-R40
ATM-R10
ATM-R15
ATM-R20
ATM-R25
ATM-R40
-
A2K-10R
A2K-15R
A2K-20R
A2K-25R
A2K-40R
A2K-40R
10A
16A
20A
25A
40A
40A
KTS-R10
KTS-R15
KTS-R20
KTS-R40
KTS-R40
KTS-R40
KTS-R40
KTS-R60
KTS-R60
KTS-R60
KTS-R60
JKS-10
JKS-15
JKS-20
JKS-40
JKS-40
JKS-40
JKS-40
JKS-60
JKS-60
JKS-60
JKS-60
JJS-10
JJS-15
JJS-20
JJS-40
JJS-40
JJS-40
JJS-40
JJS-60
JJS-60
JJS-60
JJS-60
KLS-R10
KLS-R15
KLS-R20
KLS-R40
KLS-R40
KLS-R40
KLS-R40
KLS-R60
KLS-R60
KLS-R60
KLS-R60
ATM-R10
ATM-R15
ATM-R20
ATM-R40
ATM-R40
-
A6K-10R
A2K-15R
A6K-20R
A6K405R
A6K-40R
A6K-40R
A6K-40R
A6K-60R
A6K-60R
A6K-60R
A6K-60R
10A
16A
20A
40A
40A
40A
40A
63A
63A
80A
80A
Bussmann
1 X 200-240 V
1/4 - 1/2
1
2
3
3 x 200-240 V
1/3
1/2
1
2
3
5
3 x 380-480 V
1/2 - 1
2
3
4
5
7.5
10
15
20
25
30
Table 3.2: Fuses
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3.1.3 EMC-Correct Installation
Following these guidelines is advised, where compliance with EN 61000-6-3/4, EN 55011 or EN 61800-3 First environment is required. If the installation is in EN
61800-3 Second environment, then it is acceptable to deviate from these guidelines. It is however not recommended.
Good engineering practice to ensure EMC-correct electrical installation:
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Use only braided screened/armoured motor cables and control cables.
The screen should provide a minimum coverage of 80%.The screen material must be metal, not limited to but typically copper, aluminium, steel or lead.
There are no special requirements for the mains cable.
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Installations using rigid metal conduits are not required to use screened cable, but the motor cable must be installed in conduit separate from the control
and mains cables. Full connection of the conduit from the drive to the motor is required. The EMC performance of flexible conduits varies a lot and
information from the manufacturer must be obtained.
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Connect the screen/armour/conduit to earth at both ends for motor cables and control cables.
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Avoid terminating the screen/armour with twisted ends (pigtails). Such a termination increases the high frequency impedance of the screen, which
reduces its effectiveness at high frequencies. Use low impedance cable clamps or glands instead.
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Ensure good electrical contact between the de-coupling plate and the metal chassis of the frequency converter, see Instruction
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Avoid using unscreened/unarmoured motor or control cables inside cabinets housing the drive(s), where possible.
3.2 Mains Connection
3.2.1 Connecting to Mains
Step 1: First mount earth cable.
Step 2: Mount wires in terminals L1/L, L2 and L3/N and tighten.
Illustration 3.1: Mounting of earth cable and mains wires.
For 3-phase connection, connect wires to all three terminals.
For single-phase connection, connect wires to terminals L1/L and L3/N.
Illustration 3.2: Three-phase and single-phase wire connections.
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3.3 Motor Connection
3.3.1 How to Connect the Motor
See the chapter Specifications for correct dimensioning of motor cable cross-section and length.
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Use a shielded/armored motor cable to comply with EMC emission specifications, and connect this cable to both the decoupling plate and the motor
metal.
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Keep motor cable as short as possible to reduce the noise level and leakage currents.
All types of three-phased asynchronous standard motors can be connected
to the frequency converter. Normally, small motors are star-connected
(230/400 V, Δ/Y). Large motors are delta-connected (400/690 V, Δ/Y). Refer to
motor nameplate for correct connection and voltage.
Illustration 3.3: Star and delta connections.
Step 1: First, mount the earth cable.
Step 2: Connect wires to terminals either in star or delta-connection. See motor nameplate for further information.
Illustration 3.4: Mounting of earth cable and motor wires.
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For EMC correct installation, use optional de-coupling plate, see chapter Options for frequency converter.
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Illustration 3.5: Frequency converter with de-coupling plate
3.4 Control Terminals
3.4.1 Access to Control Terminals
All control cable terminals are located underneath the terminal cover in front
of the frequency converter. Remove the terminal cover using a screwdriver.
Illustration 3.6: Removing terminal cover.
NB!
See back of terminal cover for outlines of control terminals and switches.
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3.4.2 Connecting to Control Terminals
This illustration shows all control terminals of the frequency converter. Applying Start (term. 18) and an analog reference (term. 53 or 60) make the frequency
converter run.
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Illustration 3.7: Overview of control terminals in PNP-configuration and factory setting.
3.5 Switches
NB!
Do not operate switches with power on the frequency converter.
Bus termination:
Switch BUS TER pos. ON terminates the RS485 port, terminals 68, 69. See
power circuit drawing.
Default setting = Off.
Illustration 3.8: S640 Bus termination.
S200 Switches 1-4:
Switch 1:
*OFF = PNP terminals 29
ON = NPN terminals 29
Switch 2:
*OFF = PNP terminal 18, 19, 27 and 33
ON = NPN terminal 18, 19, 27 and 33
Switch 3:
No function
Switch 4:
*OFF = Terminal 53 0 - 10 V
ON = Terminal 53 0/4 - 20 mA
* = default setting
Table 3.3: Settings for S200 Switches 1-4
Illustration 3.9: S200 Switches 1-4.
NB!
Parameter 6-19 must be set according to Switch 4 position.
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3.6 Power Circuit - Overview
3.6.1 Power Circuit - Overview
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Illustration 3.10: Diagram showing all electrical terminals.
* Brake (BR+ and BR-) are not applicable for Unit Size M1.
Brake resistors are available from GE.
Improved power factor and EMC performance can be achieved by installing optional GE line filters.
GE power filters can also be used for load sharing.
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3.6.2 Load sharing/Brake
Use 6.3 mm insulated Faston Plugs designed for high voltage for DC (Load Sharing and brake).
Load sharing: Connect terminals UDC- and UDC/BR+.
Brake: Connect terminals BR- and UDC/BR+ (Not applicable for Unit Size M1).
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Note that voltage levels of up to 850 V DC may occur between terminals
UDC+/BR+ and UDC-. Not short circuit protected.
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4 Programming
4.1 How to Programme
4.1.1 Programming with DCT-10 Set-up Software
The frequency converter can be programmed from a PC via RS485 com-port by installing the DCT-10 Set-up Software.
This software can be downloaded from the GE Web site: www.geelectrical.com/drives
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4.1.2 Programming with the Keypad
The Keypad is divided into four functional groups:
1.
Numeric display.
2.
Menu key.
3.
Navigation keys.
4.
Operation keys and indicator lights (LEDs).
NB!
Parameters should be changed in numerical order. Certain parameter values are affected by preceding changes.
Illustration 4.1: Keypad with potentiometer
The display:
A number of information can be read from the display.
Set-up number shows the active set-up and the edit set-up. If the same setup acts as both active and edit set-up, only that set-up number is shown
(factory setting).
When active and edit set-up differ, both numbers are shown in the display
(Setup 12). The number flashing, indicates the edit set-up.
Illustration 4.2: Indicating Set-up
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The small digits to the left are the selected parameter number.
Illustration 4.3: Indicating selected par. no.
The large digits in the middle of the display show the value of the selected
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parameter.
Illustration 4.4: Indicating value of selected par.
The right side of the display shows the unit of the selected parameter. This
can be either Hz, A, V, kW, HP, %, s or RPM.
Illustration 4.5: Indicating unit of selected par.
Motor direction is shown to the bottom left of the display - indicated by a
small arrow pointing either clockwise or counterclockwise.
Illustration 4.6: Indicating motor direction
Use the [MENU] key to select one of the following menus:
Status Menu:
The Status Menu is either in Readout Mode or Hand Mode. In Readout Mode the value of the currently selected readout parameter is shown in the display.
In Hand Mode the local Keypad reference is displayed.
Quick Menu:
Displays Quick Menu parameters and their settings. Parameters in the Quick Menu can be accessed and edited from here. Most applications can be run by setting
the parameters in the Quick Menus.
Main Menu:
Displays Main Menu parameters and their settings. All parameters can be accessed and edited here. A parameter overview is found later in this manual.
Indicator lights:
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Green LED: The frequency converter is on.
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Yellow LED: Indicates a warning. Please see section Troubleshooting
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Flashing red LED: Indicates an alarm. Please see section Troubleshooting
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Navigation Keys:
[Back]: For moving to the previous step or layer in the navigation structure.
Arrows [▲] [▼]: For maneuvering between parameter groups, parameters and within parameters.
[OK]: For selecting a parameter and for accepting changes to parameter settings.
Operation Keys:
A yellow light above the operation keys indicates the active key.
[Hand ]: Starts the motor and enables control of the frequency converter via the Keypad.
[Off/Reset]: The motor stops except in alarm mode. In that case the motor will be reset.
[Auto ]: The frequency converter is controlled either via control terminals or serial communication.
[Potentiometer] Keypad: The potentiometer works in two ways depending on the mode in which the frequency converter is running.
In Auto Mode the potentiometer acts as an extra programmable analog input.
In Hand Mode the potentiometer controls local reference.
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4.2 Status Menu
After power up the Status Menu is active. Use the [MENU] key to toggle between Status, Quick Menu and Main Menu.
Arrows [▲] and [▼] toggles between the choices in each menu.
The display indicates the status mode with a small arrow above “Status”.
Illustration 4.7: Indicating Status mode
4.3 Quick Menu
The Quick Menu gives easy access to the most frequently used parameters.
1.
To enter the Quick Menu, press [MENU] key until indicator in display
is placed above Quick Menu.
2.
Use [▲] [▼] to select either QM1 or QM2, then press [OK].
3.
Use [▲] [▼] to browse through the parameters in the Quick Menu.
4.
Press [OK] to select a parameter.
5.
Use [▲] [▼] to change the value of a parameter setting.
6.
Press [OK] to accept the change.
7.
To exit, press either [Back] twice to enter Status, or press [Menu]
Illustration 4.8: Indicating Quick Menu mode
once to enter Main Menu.
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4.4 Quick Menu Parameters
4.4.1 Quick Menu Parameters - Basic Settings QM1
Below are descriptions of all parameters found in the Quick Menu.
* = Factory setting.
1-20 Motor Power [kW]/[HP] (Pm.n)
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Option:
Function:
Enter motor power from nameplate data.
Two sizes down, one size up from nominal AF-60 LP™ rating.
[1]
0.09 kW/0.12 HP
[2]
0.12 kW/0.16 HP
[3]
0.18kW/0.25 HP
[4]
0.25 kW/0.33 HP
[5]
0.37kW/0.50 HP
[6]
0.55 kW/0.75 HP
[7]
0.75 kW/1.00 HP
[8]
1.10 kW/1.50 HP
[9]
1.50 kW/2.00 HP
[10]
2.20 kW/3.00 HP
[11]
3.00 kW/4.00 HP
[12]
3.70 kW/5.00 HP
[13]
4.00 kW/5.40 HP
[14]
5.50 kW/7.50 HP
[15]
7.50 kW/10.0 HP
[16]
11.00 kW/15.00 HP
[17]
15.00 kW/20.00 HP
[18]
18.50 kW/25.00 HP
[19]
22.00 kW/29.50 HP
[20]
30.00 kW/40.00 HP
NB!
Changing this parameter affects par. 1-22 to 1-25, 1-30, 1-33 and 1-35.
1-22 Motor Voltage (U m.n)
Range:
230/400 V
Function:
[50 - 999 V]
Enter motor voltage from nameplate data.
1-23 Motor Frequency (f m.n)
Range:
60 Hz*
Function:
[20-400 Hz]
Enter motor frequency from nameplate data.
1-24 Motor Current (I m.n)
Range:
Function:
M-type de- [0.01 - 100.00 A]
Enter motor current from nameplate data.
pendent*
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1-25 Motor Nominal Speed (n m.n)
Range:
Function:
M-type De- [100 - 9999 RPM]
Enter motor nominal speed from nameplate data.
pendent*
1-29 Auto Tune
Option:
Function:
Use Auto Tune to optimize motor performance.
NB!
This parameter cannot be changed while motor runs.
1.
Stop the frequency converter – make sure motor is at standstill
2.
Choose [2] Enable Auto Tune
3.
4
Apply start signal
– Via Keypad: Press Hand
- Or in Remote On mode: Apply start signal on terminal 18
[0] *
Off
Auto Tune function is disabled.
[2]
Enable Auto Tune
Auto Tune function starts running.
NB!
To gain optimum tuning of frequency converter, run Auto Tune on a cold motor.
3-02 Minimum Reference
Range:
0.00*
Function:
[-4999 - 4999]
Enter value for minimum reference.
The sum of all internal and external references are clamped (limited) to the minimum reference value,
par. 3-02.
3-03 Maximum Reference
Range:
Function:
Maximum Reference is adjustable in the range Minimum Reference - 4999.
50.00*
[-4999 - 4999]
Enter value for Maximum Reference.
The sum of all internal and external references are clamped (limited) to the maximum reference value,
par. 3-03.
3-41 Accel Time 1
Range:
3.00 s*
Function:
[0.05 - 3600.00 s ]
Enter accel time from 0 Hz to rated motor frequency (fM,N) set in par. 1-23.
Choose a accel time ensuring that torque limit is not exceeded, see par. 4-16.
3-42 Decel Time 1
Range:
3.00*
Function:
[0.05 - 3600.00 s]
Enter decel time from rated motor frequency (fM,N) in par. 1-23 to 0 Hz.
Choose a decel time that does not cause over-voltage in due to regenerative operation of motor. Furthermore, regenerative torque must not exceed limit set in par. 4-17.
4.4.2 Quick Menu Parameters - PI Basic Settings QM2
The following is a brief description of the parameters for the PI Basic Settings. For a more detailed description, please see AF-60 LP™ Micro Drive Programming
Guide.
1-00 Configuration Mode
Range:
Function:
[]
Choose [3] Process Closed Loop
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3-02 Min. Reference
Range:
Function:
[-4999 - 4999]
Sets limits for set-point and feedback.
3-03 Max. Reference
Range:
Function:
[-4999 - 4999]
Sets limits for set-point and feedback.
3-10 Preset Reference
Range:
4
Function:
[-100.00 - 100.00]
Preset [0] works as set-point.
4-12 Motor Speed Low Limit
Range:
Function:
[0.0 - 400 Hz]
Lowest possible output frequency.
4-14 Motor Speed High Limit
Range:
Function:
[0.0 - 400.00 Hz]
Highest possible output frequency.
6-22 Terminal 60 Low Current
Range:
Function:
[0.00 - 19.99 mA]
Normally set to 0 or 4 mA.
6-23 Terminal 60 High Current
Range:
Function:
[0.01 - 20.00 mA]
Normally (default) set to 20 mA.
6-24 Terminal 60 Low Feedback Value
Range:
Function:
[-4999 - 4999]
Value corresponding to P. 6-22 setting.
6-25 Terminal 60 High Feedback Value
Range:
Function:
[-4999 - 4999]
Value corresponding to P. 6-23 setting.
6-26 Terminal 60 Filter Time Constant
Range:
Function:
[0.01 - 10.00 s]
Filter for suppressing electrical noise.
7-20 Process CL Feedback Resource
Range:
Function:
[]
Choose [2] analog input 60.
7-30 Process PI Normal/Inverse
Range:
Function:
[]
Most PI controllers are “Normal”.
7-31 Process PI Anti Windup
Range:
Function:
[]
Leave Enabled normally.
7-32 Process PI Start Speed
Range:
Function:
[0.0 - 200.0 Hz]
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7-33 Process PI Proportional Gain
Range:
Function:
[0.00 - 10.00]
Enter the P-factor.
7-34 Process PI Integral Time
Range:
Function:
[0.10 - 9999.00 s]
Enter the I-factor.
7-38 Process Feed Forward Factor
Range:
Function:
[0 - 400%]
Only applicable with changing set-points.
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4.5 Main Menu
The Main Menu gives access to all parameters.
1.
To enter the Main Menu, press [MENU] key until indicator in display
is placed above Main Menu.
2.
Use [▲] [▼] to browse through the parameter groups.
3.
Press [OK] to select a parameter group.
4.
Use [▲] [▼] to browse through the parameters in the specific group.
5.
Press [OK] to select the parameter.
6.
Use [▲] [▼] to set/change the parameter value.
7.
Press [OK] to accept the value.
8.
To exit, press either [Back] twice to enter Quick Menu, or press
Illustration 4.9: Indicating Main Menu mode
[Menu] once to enter Status.
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5 Modbus RTU
5.1 Modbus RTU Overview
5.1.1 Assumptions
These operating instructions assume that the installed controller supports the interfaces in this document and that all the requirements stipulated in the controller,
as well as the frequency converter, are strictly observed, along with all limitations therein.
5.1.2 What the User Should Already Know
The Modbus RTU (Remote Terminal Unit) is designed to communicate with any controller that supports the interfaces defined in this document. It is assumed that
the user has full knowledge of the capabilities and limitations of the controller.
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5.1.3 Modbus RTU Overview
Regardless of the type of physical communication networks, the Modbus RTU Overview describes the process a controller uses to request access to another
device. This includes how it will respond to requests from another device, and how errors will be detected and reported. It also establishes a common format for
the layout and contents of message fields.
During communications over a Modbus RTU network, the protocol determines how each controller will learn its device address, recognise a message addressed
to it, determine the kind of action to be taken, and extract any data or other information contained in the message. If a reply is required, the controller will construct
the reply message and send it.
Controllers communicate using a master-slave technique in which only one device (the master) can initiate transactions (called queries). The other devices (slaves)
respond by supplying the requested data to the master, or by taking the action requested in the query.
The master can address individual slaves, or can initiate a broadcast message to all slaves. Slaves return a message (called a response) to queries that are
addressed to them individually. No responses are returned to broadcast queries from the master. The Modbus RTU protocol establishes the format for the master’s
query by placing into it the device (or broadcast) address, a function code defining the requested action, any data to be sent, and an error-checking field. The
slave’s response message is also constructed using Modbus protocol. It contains fields confirming the action taken, any data to be returned, and an error-checking
field. If an error occurs in receipt of the message, or if the slave is unable to perform the requested action, the slave will construct an error message and send it
in response, or a time-out will occur.
5.1.4 Frequency Converter with Modbus RTU
The frequency converter communicates in Modbus RTU format over the built-in RS-485 interface. Modbus RTU provides access to the Control Word and Bus
Reference of the frequency converter.
The Control Word allows the Modbus master to control several important functions of the frequency converter:
•
Start
•
Stop of the frequency converter in various ways:
Coast stop
Quick stop
DC Brake stop
Normal (accel/decel) stop
•
Reset after a fault trip
•
Run at a variety of preset speeds
•
Run in reverse
•
Change the active set-up
•
Control the frequency converter’s built-in relay
The Bus Reference is commonly used for speed control. It is also possible to access the parameters, read their values, and where possible, write values to them.
This permits a range of control options, including controlling the setpoint of the frequency converter when its internal PI controller is used.
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5.2 Modbus RTU Message Framing Structure
5.2.1 Remote Terminal Unit
The controllers are set up to communicate on the Modbus network using RTU (Remote Terminal Unit) mode, with each 8-bit byte in a message containing two 4bit hexadecimal characters.
The format for each byte is shown below.
Start bit
5
Data bit
Stop/parity Stop
Coding system:
8-bit binary, hexadecimal 0-9, A-F. Two hexadecimal characters contained in each 8-bit field of the
message.
Bits per byte:
1 start bit
8 data bits, least significant bit sent first
Parity: 1 bit for even/odd parity is used; 1 or 2 stop bits if no parity is selected (see par. 8-33).
Error Check Field:
Cyclical Redundancy Check (CRC).
5.2.2 Modbus RTU Message Structure
The transmitting device places a Modbus RTU message into a frame with a known beginning and ending point. This allows receiving devices to begin at the start
of the message, read the address portion, determine which device is addressed (or all devices, if the message is broadcast), and to recognise when the message
is completed. Partial messages are detected and errors set as a result - or timeouts occur. Characters for transmission must be in hexadecimal 00 to FF format
in each field.
The frequency converter continuously monitors the network bus, also during “silent” intervals. When the first field (the address field) is received, each frequency
converter or device decodes it to determine which device is being addressed. Modbus RTU messages addressed to zero are broadcast messages. No response
is permitted for boradcast messages. A typical message frame is shown below.
Start
Address
Function
Data
CRC check
End
T1-T2-T3-T4
1 byte
1 byte
N x 1 byte
2 bytes
T1-T2-T3-T4
Table 5.1: Typical Modbus RTU Message Structure
5.2.3 Start/Stop Field
Messages start with a silent period of at least 3.5 character intervals. This is implemented as a multiple of character intervals at the selected network baud rate
(shown as Start T1-T2-T3-T4). The first field to be transmitted is the device address. Following the last transmitted character, a similar period of at least 3.5 character
intervals marks the end of the message. A new message can begin after this period.
The entire message frame must be transmitted as a continuous stream. If a silent period of more than 1.5 character intervals occurs before completion of the
frame, the receiving device flushes the incomplete message and assumes that the next byte will be the address field of a new message. Similarly, if a new message
begins prior to 3.5 character intervals after a previous message, the receiving device will ignore both messages. This will cause a time-out (no response from the
slave).
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5.2.4 Address Field
The address field of a message frame contains 1 byte. Valid slave device addresses are in the range of 0 - 247 decimal. The individual slave devices are assigned
addresses in the range of 1 - 247 (0 is reserved for broadcast mode, which all slaves recognise). A master addresses a slave by placing the slave address in the
address field of the message.
When the slave sends its response, it places its own address in this address field to let the master know which slave is responding.
5.2.5 Function Field
The function field of a message frame contains 1 byte. Function fields are used to send messages between master and slave. When a message is sent from a
master to a slave device, the function code field tells the slave what kind of action to perform. When the slave responds to the master, it uses the function code
field to indicate either a normal (error-free) response, or that some kind of error occurred (called an exception response).
For a normal response, the slave simply echoes the original function code. For an exception response, the slave returns a code that is equivalent to the original
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code with its most significant bit set to logic 1. In addition, the slave places a unique code into the data field of the response message. This tells the master what
kind of error occurred, or the reason for the exception. Please also refer to the sections Function Codes Supported by Modbus RTU and Exception Codes.
5.2.6 Data Field
The data field is constructed using sets of two hexidecimal digits in the range of 00 to FF hexidecimal. These are made up of one RTU character. The data field of
messages sent from a master to a slave device contains additional information which the slave must use to take the action defined by the function code. This
can include items such as addresses of coils or registers, the quantity of items to be handled. and the count of actual data bytes in the field.
5.2.7 CRC Check Field
Messages include an error-checking field, operating on the basis of a Cyclical Redundancy Check (CRC) method. The CRC field checks the content of the entire
message. It is applied regardless of any parity check method used for the individual characters of the message.
The CRC value is calculated by the transmitting device, which appends the CRC as the last field in the message. The receiving device recalculates a CRC during
receipt of the message and compares the calculated value to the actual value received in the CRC field. If the two values are unequal, a bus time-out occurs. The
error-checking field contains a 16-bit binary value implemented as two 8-bit bytes. When this is done, the low-order byte of the field is appended first, followed
by the high-order byte. The CRC high-order byte is the last byte sent in the message.
5.2.8 Coil/Register Addressing
In Modbus, all data are organised in coils and holding registers. Coils hold a single bit, whereas holding registers hold a 2-byte word (i.e. 16 bits). All data addresses
in Modbus messages are referenced to zero. The first occurrence of a data item is addressed as item number zero.
Example:
The coil known as “coil 1” in programmable controller is addressed as coil 0000 in the data address field of a Modbus message. Coil 127 decimal is addressed as
coil 007EHEX (126 decimal).
Holding register 40001 is addressed as register 0000 in the data address field of the message. The function code field already specifies a “holding register”
operation. Therefore, the “4XXXX” reference is implicit. Holding register 40108 is addressed as register 006BHEX (107 decimal).
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Coil number
Description
Signal direction
1 - 16
Frequency converter control word (see table below)
Master to slave
17 - 32
Frequency converter speed or set-point reference
Master to slave
Range 0x0 - 0xFFFF (-200% ... ~ 200%)
33 - 48
Frequency converter status word (see table below)
Slave to master
49 - 64
Open loop mode: Frequency converter output fre-
Slave to master
quency
Closed loop mode: Frequency converter feedback signal
65
Parameter write control (master to slave)
Master to slave
0 = Parameter changes are written to the RAM of the
frequency converter
1 = Parameter changes are written to the RAM and
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EEPROM of the frequency converter
66 - 65536
Reserved
Coil
0
01
1
Coil
Preset reference LSB
0
33
1
Control not ready
Control ready
02
Preset reference MSB
34
Unit not ready
Unit ready
03
DC brake
No DC brake
35
Coasted
Not coasted
04
Coast stop
No coast stop
36
Error, tripped
05
Quick stop
No quick stop
37
Error, no trip
06
Freeze outp
No freeze outp
38
07
Ramp stop
Start
39
Not used
Not used
08
No function
Reset
40
No warning
Warning
09
No jog
Jog
41
Not on reference
On reference
Error, trip locked
10
Ramp 1
Ramp 2
42
Hand mode
Auto mode
11
Data not valid
Data valid
43
Out of freq. range
In frequency range
12
Relay 1 off
Relay 1 on
44
Not running
Running
13
Not used
Not used
45
No res. brake fault
Resistor brake fault
Voltage warning
14
Setup 1
Setup 2
46
No voltage warning
15
Not used
Not used
47
Not in current limit
Current limit
16
No reversing
Reversing
48
No thermal warning
Thermal warning
Frequency converter control word (GE Drive profile)
Frequency converter status word (GE Drive profile)
Register number
Description
00001 – 00006
Reserved
00007
Last error code. See sectionException and Error Codes.
00008
Reserved
00009
Parameter index*
00100 – 00999
000 parameter group (parameters 001 through 099)
01000 – 01999
100 parameter group (parameters 100 through 199)
02000 – 02999
200 parameter group (parameters 200 through 299)
03000 – 03999
300 parameter group (parameters 300 through 399)
04000 – 04999
400 parameter group (parameters 400 through 499)
…
…
49000 – 49999
4900 parameter group (parameters 4900 through 4999)
50000
Input data: Frequency converter control word register (CTW).
50010
Input data: Bus reference register (REF).
…
…
50200
Output data: Frequency converter status word register (STW).
50210
Output data: Frequency converter main actual value register (MAV).
Table 5.2: Holding Registers
* Used to specify the index number to be used when accessing an indexed parameter
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5.3 How to Control the frequency converter
This section describes codes which can be used in the function and data fields of a Modbus RTU message. For a complete description of all the message fields
please refer to the section Modbus RTU Message Framing Structure.
5.3.1 Function Codes Supported by Modbus RTU
Modbus RTU supports use of the following function codes in the function field of a message:
Function
Function Code
Read coils
1 hex
Read holding registers
3 hex
Write single coil
5 hex
Write single register
6 hex
Write multiple coils
F hex
Write multiple registers
10 hex
Get comm. event counter
B hex
Report slave ID
11 hex
Function
Function code
Diagnostics
5
Sub-function code
8
1
Sub-function
Restart communication
2
Return diagnostic register
10
Clear counters and diagnostic register
11
Return bus message count
12
Return bus communication error count
13
Return bus exception error count
14
Return slave message count
5.3.2 Exception and Error Codes
In the event of an error, the following exception codes may appear in the data field of a response message. For a full explanation of the structure of an exception
(i.e. error) response, please refer to Function Field in section Modbus RTU Message Framing Structure.
MODBUS Exception Codes
Code Name
Meaning
1
The function code received in the query is not an allowable action for the server (or slave). This may be because the function
Illegal function
code is only applicable to newer devices, and was not implemented in the unit selected. It could also indicate that the server (or
slave) is in the wrong state to process a request of this type, for example it is not configured and is being asked to return register
values.
2
Illegal data address The data address received in the query is not an allowable address for the server (or slave). More specifically, the combination
of reference number and transfer length is invalid. For a controller with 100 registers, a register with offset 96 and length 4 would
succeed, a request with offset 96 and length 5 will generate exception 02.
3
Illegal data value
A value contained in the query data field is not an allowable value for server (or slave). This indicates a fault in the structure of
the remainder of a complex request, such as an incorrect implied length. It specifically does NOT mean that a data item submitted
for storage in a register has a value outside the expectation of the application program, since the MODBUS protocol is unaware
of the significance of any particular value of any particular register.
4
Slave device failure An unrecoverable error occurred while the server (or slave) was attempting to perform the requested action
In case of an exception code 4 while accessing parameter values in the drive, detailed information about the latest exception can be read from the drives Holding
Register 0007. This register may contain one of the following, detailed error codes regarding the latest occurring MODBUS Exception.
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Error code in holding register 0007
Description
00
The parameter number does not exist
01
There is no write access to the parameter
02
The data value exceeds the parameter limits
03
The sub-index in use does not exist
05
The data type does not match the parameter called
17
Data change in the parameter called is not possible in the present mode
18
Other error
130
There is no bus access to the parameter called
5.4 How to Access Parameters
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5.4.1 Parameter Handling
The PNU (Parameter Number) is translated from the register address contained in the Modbus read or write message. The parameter number is translated to
Modbus register address as (10 x parameter number -1)DECIMAL.
5.4.2 Storage of Data
The Coil 65 decimal determines whether data written to the frequency converter are stored in EEPROM and RAM (coil 65 = 1) or only in RAM (coil 65 = 0).
5.4.3 IND
The array index is set in Holding Register 9 and used when accessing array parameters.
5.4.4 Text Blocks
Parameters stored as text strings are accessed in the same way as the other parameters. The maximum text block size is 20 characters. If a read request for a
parameters is for more characters than the parameter stores, the response is truncated. If the read request for a parameter is for fewer characters than the
parameter stores, the response is space filled.
5.4.5 Conversion Factor
The different attributes for each parameter can be seen in the section on factory settings. Since a parameter value can only be transferred as a whole number,
a conversion factor must be used to transfer decimals. Please refer to the section Conversion Index.
5.4.6 Parameter Values
Standard Data Type
Standard data types are int16, int32, uint8, uint16 and uint32. They are stored as 4x registers (40001 - 4FFFF). The parameters are read using function 03HEX “Read
Holding Registers”. Parameters are writtein using the function 6HEX “Preset Single Register” for 1 register (16 bits), and the function 10HEX “Preset Multiple Registers”
for 2 registers (32 bits). Readable sizes range from 1 register (16 bits) up to 10 registers (20 characters).
Non Standard Data Types
Non standard data types are text strings and are stored as 4x registers (40001 - 4FFFF). The parameters are read using function 03HEX “Read Holding Registers”
and written using function 10HEX “Preset Multiple Registers”. Readable sizes range from 1 register (2 characters) up to 10 registers (20 characters).
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5.5 Examples
The following examples illustrate various Modbus RTU commands. If an error occurs, please refer to the Exception Codes section.
5.5.1 Read Coil Status (01HEX)
Description
This function reads the ON/OFF status of discrete outputs (coils) in the frequency converter. Broadcast is never supported for reads.
Query
The query messages specifies the staring coil and quantity of coils to be read. Coil addresses start at zero, i.e. coil 33 is addressed as 32.
Example of a request to read coils 33-48 (Status Word) from slave device 01:
Field Name
Example (HEX)
Slave address
01 (frequency converter address)
Function
01 (read address)
Starting Address HI
00
Starting Address LO
20 (32 decimal)
No. of Points HI
00
No. of Points LO
10 (16 decimal)
Error Check (CRC)
-
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Response
The coil status in the response message is packed as one coil per bit of the data field. Status is indicated as: 1 = ON; 0 = OFF.
The LSB of the first data byte contains the coil addressed in the query. The other coils follow toward the high order end of this byte, and from “low order to high
order” in subsequent bytes.
If the returned coil quantity is not a multiple of eight, the remaining bits in the final data byte will padded with zeros (toward the high order and of the byte). The
Byte Count field specifies the number of complete bytes of data.
Field Name
Example (HEX)
Slave address
01 (frequency converter address)
Function
01 (read coils)
Byte count
02 (2 bytes of data)
Data (Coils 40-33)
07
Data (Coils 48-41)
06 (STW = 0607hex)
Error Check (CRC)
-
5.5.2 Force/Write Single Coil (05HEX)
Description
This function forces a coil to either ON or OFF. When broadcast the function forces the same coil references in all attached slaves.
Query
The query message specifies the coil 65 (parameter write control) to be forced. Coil addresses start at zero, i.e. coil 65 is addressed as 64. Force Data = 00 00HEX
(OFF) or FF 00HEX (ON).
Field Name
Example (HEX)
Slave address
01 (frequency converter address)
Function
05 (write single coil)
Coil Address HI
00
Coil Address LO
40 (coil no. 65)
Force Data HI
FF
Force Data LO
00 (FF 00 = ON)
Error Check (CRC)
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Response
The normal response is an echo of the query, returned after the coil state has been forced.
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Field Name
Example (HEX)
Slave address
01
Function
05
Coil Address HI
00
Coil Address LO
40
Data HI
FF
Data LO
00
Error Check (CRC)
-
5.5.3 Force/Write Multiple Coils (0FHEX)
Description
This function forces each coil in a sequence of coils to either ON or OFF. When broadcast the function forces the same coil references in all attached slaves.
Query
The query message specifies the coils 17 to 32 (speed set-point) to be forced. Coil addresses start at zero, i.e. coil 17 is addressed as 16.
Field Name
Example (HEX)
Slave address
01 (frequency converter address)
Function
0F (write multiple coil)
Coil Address HI
00
Coil Address LO
10 (coil address 17)
Quantity of coils HI
00
Quantity of coils LO
10 (16 coils)
Byte count
02
Force Data HI (coils 8-1)
20
Force Data LO (coils 10-9)
00 (ref. = 2000hex)
Error Check (CRC)
-
Response
The normal response returns the slave address, function code, starting address, and quantity of coils forced.
Field Name
Example (HEX)
Slave address
01 (frequency converter address)
Function
0F (write multiple coils)
Coil Address HI
00
Coil Address LO
10 (coil address 17)
Quantity of coils HI
00
Quantity of coils LO
10 (16 coils)
Error Check (CRC)
-
5.5.4 Read Holding Registers (03HEX)
Description
This function reads the content of holding registers in the slave.
Query
The query message specifies the starting register and quantity to be read. Register addresses start at zero, i.e. registers 1-4 are addressed as 0-3.
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Example
Read PNU 342 which is mapped to register 0x0D5B(RegAdr = 342 x 10 - 1)
Field Name
Example (HEX)
Slave address
01
Function
03
Starting Address HI
0D
Starting Address LO
5B
No. of Points HI
00
No. of Points LO
02
Error Check (CRC)
-
Table 5.3: Request frame
Response
The register data in the response message are packed as two bytes per register, with the binary contents right justified within each byte. For each register, the
first byte contains the high order bits and the second contains the low order bits.
Field Name
Example (HEX)
Slave address
01
Function
03
Byte count
04
Data HI (Register 3419)
00
Data LO (Register 3419)
00
Data HI (Register 3420)
00
Data LO (Register 3420)
03
Error Check (CRC)
-
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Table 5.4: Normal response frame
5.5.5 Preset Single Register (06HEX)
Description
This function presets a value into a single holding register.
Query
The query message specifies the register reference to be preset. Register addresses start at zero, i.e. register 1 is addressed as 0.
Example
Write 1 to PNU3 which is mapped to register 0x001D (3 x 10-1 = 29 = 001DHex)
Field Name
Example (HEX)
Slave address
01
Function
06
Starting Address HI
00
Starting Address LO
1D
No. of Points HI
00
No. of Points LO
01
Error Check (CRC)
-
Table 5.5: Request frame
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Response
The normal response is an echo of the query, returned after the register contents have been passed.
Field Name
Example (HEX)
Slave address
01
Function
06
Starting Address HI
00
Starting Address LO
1D
No. of Points HI
00
No. of Points LO
01
Error Check (CRC)
-
Table 5.6: Normal response frame
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5.5.6 Preset Multiple Registers (10HEX)
Description
This function presets a value into a sequence of holding registers.
Query
The query message specifies the register references to be preset. Register addresses start at zero, i.e. register 1 is addressed as 0.
Example
Write 65535 (655.35s) to PNU734 (4-bytes) mapped to 0 x 1CAB
Field Name
Example (HEX)
Slave address
01
Function
10
Starting Address HI
1C
Starting Address LO
AB
No. of Registers HI
00
No. of Registers LO
02
Byte count
04
Write Data HI (Register 7339)
00
Write Data LO (Register 7339)
00
Write Data HI (Register 7340)
FF
Write Data LO (Register 7340)
FF
Error Check (CRC)
-
Table 5.7: Request frame
Response
The normal response returns the slave address, function code, starting address, and quantity of registers preset.
Field Name
Example (HEX)
Slave address
01
Function
10
Starting Address HI
1C
Starting Address LO
AB
No. of Registers HI
00
No. of Registers LO
02
Error Check (CRC)
-
Table 5.8: Normal response frame
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5.6 GE Drive Control Profile
5.6.1 Control Word According to GE Drive Control Profile
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Bit
Bit value = 0
Bit value = 1
Preset reference select - lsb
00
Preset reference select - lsb
01
Preset reference select - msb
Preset reference select - msb
02
DC brake
Ramp
03
Coasting
No coasting
04
Quick stop
Ramp
05
Freeze output
No freeze output
06
Ramp stop
Start
07
No function
Reset
08
No function
Jog
09
Ramp 1
Ramp 2
10
Data invalid
Data valid
11
No function
Relay 01 active
12
No function
No function
13
Setup 1
Setup 2
14
No function
No function
15
No function
Reverse
5.6.2 Explanation of the Control Bits
Bits 00/01
Bits 00 and 01 are used to choose between the four reference values, which are pre-programmed in par. 3-10 Preset Reference according to the following table:
Programmed ref. value
Parameter
Bit 01
Bit 02
1
3-10 [0]
0
2
3-10 [1]
0
0
1
3
3-10 [2]
1
0
4
3-10 [3]
1
1
NB!
In par. 8-56 Preset reference a selection is made to define how Bit 00/01 gates with the corresponding function on the digital inputs.
Bit 02, DC brake:
Bit 02 = “0” leads to DC braking and stop. Braking current and duration are set in par. 2-01 DC Brake current and 2-02 Braking time.
Bit 02 = “1” leads to ramping.
Bit 03, Coasting:
Bit 03 = “0” shuts off the output transistors causing the motor to coast to a standstill.
Bit 03 = “1” enables the frequency converter to start the motor if the other starting conditions have been fulfilled.
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NB!
In par. 8-50 Coasting select a selection is made to define how Bit 03 gates with the corresponding function on a digital input.
Bit 04, Quick stop:
Bit 04 = “0” causes a stop, in which the motor speed is ramped down to stop via 9ar. 3-81 Quick stop ramp time.
Bit 05, Hold output frequency:
Bit 05 = “0” causes the present output frequency (in Hz) to freeze. The frozen output frequency can then be changed only by means of the digital inputs (par. 5-10
to 5-15) programmed to Speed up and Speed down.
NB!
If Freeze output is active, the frequency converter can only be stopped by the following:
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•
Bit 03 Coasting stop
•
Bit 02 DC braking
•
Digital input (par. 5-10 to 5-15) programmed to DC braking, Coasting stop or Reset and coasting stop.
Bit 06, Ramp stop/start:
Bit 06 = “0” causes a stop, in which the motor speed is ramped down to stop via the selected ramp down parameter.
Bit 06 = “1” permits the frequency converter to start the motor, if the other starting conditions have been fulfilled.
NB!
In par. 8-53 Start select a selection is made to define how Bit 06 Ramp stop/start gates with the corresponding function on a digital input.
Bit 07, Reset:
Bit 07 = “0” does not cause a reset.
Bit 07 = “1” causes the reset of a trip. Reset is activated on the signal's leading edge, i.e. when changing from logic “0” to logic “1”.
Bit 08, Jog:
Bit 08 = “1” causes the output frequency to be determined by par. 3-19 Jog speed.
Bit 09, Selection of ramp 1/2:
Bit 09 = “0” means the ramp 1 is active (par. 3-40 to 3-47).
Bit 09 = ”1” means that ramp 2 (par. 3-50 to 3-57) is active.
Bit 10, Data not valid/Data valid:
Is used to tell the frequency converter whether the control word is to be used or ignored.
Bit 10 = “0” causes the control word to be ignored.
Bit 10 =”1” causes the control word to be used.
Bit 11, Relay 01:
Bit 11 = “0” Relay 01 not activated
Bit 11 = “1” Relay 01 is activated, provided Control word Bit 11 has been chosen in par. 5-40 Function relay.
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Bit 12:
Not used.
Bit 13, Selection of set-up:
Bit 13 = is used to choose the active set-up. The function is only possible when Multi set-ups is selected in par. 0-10 Active Set-up.
NB!
In par. 8-55 Set-up select a selection is made to define how Bit 13 gates with the corresponding function on the digital inputs.
Bit 14:
Not used.
Bit 15, Reverse:
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Bit 15 = “0” causes no reversing.
Bit 15 = “1” causes reversing.
NB!
Depends on par. 8-54 Reversing select.
5.6.3 Status Word According to GE Drive Control Profile (STW)
Bit
Bit value = 0
Bit value = 1
00
Control not ready
Control ready
01
Unit not ready
Unit ready
02
Coasting
Enable
03
No error
Error, trip
Error (no trip)
04
No error
05
Reserved
-
06
Not trip locked
Trip locked
07
No warning
Warning
08
Speed ≠ reference
Speed = reference
09
Local operation
Bus control
10
Out of frequency limit
Frequency limit OK
11
Not running
Running
12
No resistor brake fault
Resistor brake fault
13
Voltage OK
Voltage exceeded
14
Torque OK
Torque exceeded
15
No thermal warning
Thermal warning
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5.6.4 Explanation of the Status Bits
Bit 00, Control not ready/ready:
Bit 00 = “0” means that the frequency converter has tripped.
Bit 00 = “1” means that the frequency converter controls are ready, but that the power component is not necessarily receiving any power supply (in case of external
24 V supply to controls).
Bit 01, Frequency converter ready:
Bit 01 = “1”. The frequency converter is ready for operation, but there is an active coasting command via the digital inputs or via serial communication.
Bit 02, Coasting stop:
Bit 02 = “0”. The frequency converter released the motor.
Bit 02 = “1”. The frequency converter can start the motor when a start command is given.
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Bit 03, No error/trip:
Bit 03 = “0” means that the frequency converter is not in fault mode.
Bit 03 = “1” means that the frequency converter is tripped, and that a reset signal is required to re-establish operation.
Bit 04, No error/error (trip):
Bit 04 = “0” means that the frequency converter is not in fault mode.
Bit 04 = “1” means that there is a frequency converter error but no trip.
Bit 05:
Not used.
Bit 06, No error/trip lock:
Bit 06 = “0” means that the frequency converter is not in fault mode.
Bit 06 = “1” means that the frequency converter is tripped and locked.
Bit 07, No warning/warning:
Bit 07 = “0” means that there are no warnings.
Bit 07 = “1” means that a warning has occurred.
Bit 08, Speed ≠ reference/speed = reference:
Bit 08 = “0” means that the motor is running, but that the present speed is different from the preset speed reference. For example, this might occur while the speed
is being ramped up/down during start/stop.
Bit 08 = “1” means that the present motor speed matches the preset speed reference.
Bit 09, Local operation/bus control:
Bit 09 = “0” means that [Stop/Reset] is activated on the control unit. It is not possible to control the frequency converter via serial communication.
Bit 09 = “1” means that it is possible to control the frequency converter via serial communication.
Bit 10, Out of frequency limit:
Bit 10 = “0”, if the output frequency has reached the value in par. 4-12 Motor speed low limit or par . 4-13 Motor speed high limit.
Bit 10 = “1” means that the output frequency is within the defined limits.
Bit 11, Running:
Bit 11 = “0” means that the motor is not running.
Bit 11 = “1” means that the frequency converter has a start signal or that the output frequency is higher than 0 Hz.
Bit 12, Resistor brake fault:
Bit 12 = “0” means that there is no resistor brake fault.
Bit 12 = “1” means that there is a resistor brake fault.
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Bit 13, Voltage OK/limit exceeded:
Bit 13 = “0” means that there are no voltage warnings.
Bit 13 = “1” means that the DC voltage in the frequency converter's intermediate circuit is too low or too high.
Bit 14, Torque OK/limit exceeded:
Bit 14 = “0” means that there are no current/torque warnings or errors.
Bit 14 = “1” means that there is a current/torque warning or error.
Bit 15, Thermal warning:
Bit 15 = “0” means that there is no thermal warning or error.
Bit 15 = “1” means that one of the thermal limits has been exceeded.
5.6.5 Bus Speed Reference Value
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The speed reference value is transmitted to the frequency converter in a relative value in %.
The value is transmitted in the form of a 16-bit word; in integers (0-32767) the
value 16384 (4000 Hex) corresponds to 100%. Negative figures are formatted
by means of 2's complement.
The Actual Output Frequency (MAV) is scaled in the same way as the bus
reference.
The reference and MAV are scaled as follows:
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1-XX Load/Motor
1-0X General Settings
1-00 Configuration Mode
*[0] Speed open loop
[3] Process
1-01 Motor Control Principle
[0] U/f
*[1] Adv.Vector Control
1-03 Torque Characteristics
*[0] Constant torque
[2] Energy Saving
1-05 Local Mode Configuration
[0] Speed Open Loop
*[2] As config in param. 1-00
1-2X Motor Data
1-20 Motor Power [kW] [HP]
[1] 0.09 kW/0.12 HP
[2] 0.12 kW/0.16 HP
[3] 0.18 kW/0.25 HP
[4] 0.25 kW/0.33 HP
[5] 0.37 kW/0.50 HP
[6] 0.55 kW/0.75 HP
[7] 0.75 kW/1.00 HP
[8] 1.10 kW/1.50 HP
[9] 1.50 kW/2.00 HP
[10] 2.20 kW/3.00 HP
[11] 3.00 kW/4.00 HP
[12] 3.70 kW/5.00 HP
[13] 4.00 kW/5.40 HP
[14] 5.50 kW/7.50 HP
[15] 7.50 kW/10.00 HP
[16] 11.00 kW/15.00 HP
[17] 15.00 kW/20.00 HP
[18] 18.50 kW/25.00 HP
[19] 22.00 kW/29.50 HP
[20] 30.00 kW/40.00 HP
1-22 Motor Voltage
50 - 999 V * 230 - 400 V
1-23 Motor Frequency
20 - 400 Hz * 60 Hz
1-24 Motor Current
0.01 - 100.00 A * Motortype dep.
1-25 Motor Nominal Speed
100 - 9999 rpm * Motortype dep.
1-29 Auto Tune
*[0] Off
[2] Enable Auto Tune
1-3X Adv. Motor Data
1-30 Stator Resistance (Rs)
[Ohm] * Dep. on motor data
Parameter Overwiev
1-33 Stator Leakage Reactance (X1)
[Ohm] * Dep. on motor data
1-35 Main Reactance (Xh)
[Ohm] * Dep. on motor data
1-5X Load Indep. Setting
1-50 Motor Magnetisation at 0 Speed
0 - 300 % * 100 %
1-52 Min Speed Norm. Magnet. [Hz]
0.0 - 10.0 Hz * 0.0 Hz
1-55 U/f Characteristic - U
0 - 999.9 V
1-56 U/f Characteristic - F
0 - 400 Hz
1-6X Load Depen. Setting
1-60 Low Speed Load Compensation
0 - 199 % * 100 %
1-61 High Speed Load Compensation
0 - 199 % * 100 %
1-62 Slip Compensation
-400 - 399 % * 100 %
1-63 Slip Compensation Time Constant
0.05 - 5.00 s * 0.10 s
1-7X Start Adjustments
1-71 Holding Time
0.0 - 10.0 s * 0.0 s
1-72 Start Function
[0] DC hold / delay time
[1] DC brake / delay time
*[2] Coast / delay time
1-73 Start Mode
*[0] Disabled
[1] Enable - Catch Spinning Load
1-8X Stop Adjustments
1-80 Function at Stop
*[0] Coast
[1] DC hold
1-82 Min Speed for Funct. at Stop [Hz]
0.0 - 20.0 Hz * 0.0 Hz
1-9XMotor Temperature
1-90 Motor Thermal Protection
*[0] No protection
[1] Termistor warning
[2] Thermistor trip
[3] Electronic Overload warning
[4] Electronic Overload trip
1-93 Thermistor Resource
*[0] None
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0-XX Operation/Display
0-0X Basic Settings
0-03 Regional Settings
[0] International
*[1] US
0-04 Oper. State at Power-up (Hand)
[0] Resume
[1] Forced stop, ref = old
[2] Forced stop, ref = 0
0-1X Set-up Handling
0-10 Active Set-up
*[1] Setup 1
[2] Setup 2
[9] Multi Setup
0-11 Edit Set-up
*[1] Setup 1
[2] Setup 2
[9] Active Setup
0-12 Link Setups
[0] Not Linked
*[20] Linked
0-31 Custom Readout Min Scale
0.00 – 9999.00
*0.00
0-32 Custom Readout Max Scale
0.00 – 9999.00
*100.0
0-4X Keypad
0-40 [Hand] Key on Keypad
[0] Disabled
*[1] Enabled
0-41 [Off / Reset] Key on Keypad
[0] Disable All
*[1] Enable All
[2] Enable Reset Only
0-42 [Auto] Key on Keypad
[0] Disabled
*[1] Enabled
0-5X Copy/Save
0-50 Keypad Copy
*[0] No copy
[1] All to Keypad
[2] All from Keypad
[3] Size indep. from Keypad
0-51 Set-up Copy
*[0] No copy
[1] Copy from setup 1
[2] Copy from setup 2
[9] Copy from Factory setup
0-6X Password
0-60 (Main) Menu Password
0 - 999 * 0
[1] Analog input 53
[6] Digital input 29
2-XX Brakes
2-0XDC-Brake
2-00 DC Hold Current
0 - 150 % * 50 %
2-01 DC Brake Current
0 - 150 % * 50 %
2-02 DC Braking Time
0.0 - 60.0 s * 10.0 s
2-04 DC Brake Cut In Speed
0.0 - 400.0 Hz * 0.0 Hz
2-1X Brake Energy Funct.
2-10 Brake Function
*[0] Off
[1] Resistor brake
[2] AC brake
2-11 Brake Resistor (ohm)
5 - 5000 * 5
2-16 AC Brake, Max current
0 - 150 % * 100 %
2-17 Over-voltage Control
*[0] Disabled
[1] Enabled (not at stop)
[2] Enabled
2-2* Mechanical Brake
2-20 Release Brake Current
0.00 - 100.0 A * 0.00 A
2-22 Activate Brake Speed [Hz]
0.0 - 400.0 Hz * 0.0 Hz
3-XX Reference / Ramps
3-0X Reference Limits
3-00 Reference Range
*[0] Min - Max
[1] -Max - +Max
3-02 Minimum Reference
-4999 - 4999 * 0.000
3-03 Maximum Reference
-4999 - 4999 * 50.00
3-1X References
3-10 Preset Reference
-100.0 - 100.0 % * 0.00 %
3-11 Jog Speed [Hz]
0.0 - 400.0 Hz * 5.0 Hz
3-12 Catch up/slow Down Value
0.00 - 100.0 % * 0.00 %
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3-14 Preset Relative Reference
-100.0 - 100.0 % * 0.00 %
3-15 Reference Resource 1
[0] No function
*[1] Analog Input 53
[2] Analog input 60
[8] Pulse input 33
[11] Local bus ref
[21] Keypad Potentiometer
3-16 Reference Resource 2
[0] No function
[1] Analog Input 53
*[2] Analog input 60
[8] Pulse input 33
*[11] Local bus ref
[21] Keypad Potentiometer
3-17 Reference Resource 3
[0] No function
[1] Analog Input 53
[2] Analog input 60
[8] Pulse input 33
*[11] Local bus ref
[21] Keypad Potentiometer
3-18 Relative Scaling Ref. Resource
*[0] No function
[1] Analog Input 53
[2] Analog input 60
[8] Pulse input 33
[11] Local bus ref
[21] Keypad Potentiometer
3-4X Accel/Decel 1
3-40 Accel/Decel 1 Pattern
*[0] Linear
[2] S-Shape
3-41 Accel Time 1
0.05 - 3600 s * 3.00 s (10.00 s1))
3-42 Decel Time 1
0.05 - 3600 s * 3.00 s (10.00 s 1))
3-5X Accel/Decel 2
3-50 Accel/Decel 2 Pattern
*[0] Linear
[2] S-Shape
3-51 Accel Time 2
0.05 - 3600 s * 3.00 s (10.00 s 1))
3-52 Decel Time 2
0.05 - 3600 s * 3.00 s (10.00 s1))
3-8X Other Ramps
1) M4 and M5 only
3-80 Jog Accel and Decel Time
0.05 - 3600 s * 3.00 s (10.00 s1))
3-81 Quick Stop Decel Time
0.05 - 3600 s * 3.00 s(10.00 s1))
4-XX Limits / Warnings
4-1X Motor Limits
4-10 Reverse Lock
[0] Reverse Lock
[1] Reverse
*[2] Both
4-12 Motor Speed Low Limit [Hz]
0.0 - 400.0 Hz * 0.0 Hz
4-14 Motor Speed High Limit [Hz]
0.1 - 400.0 Hz * 65.0 Hz
4-16 Torque Limit Motor Mode
0 - 400 % * 150 %
4-17 Torque Limit Generator Mode
0 - 400 % * 100 %
4-5X Adj. Warnings
4-50 Warning Current Low
0.00 - 100.00 A * 0.00 A
4-51 Warning Current High
0.00 - 100.00 A * 100.00 A
4-58 Missing Motor Phase Function
[0] Off
*[1] On
4-6X Jump Frequencies
4-61 Jump Frequency From [Hz]
0.0 - 400.0 Hz * 0.0 Hz
4-63 Jump FrequencyTo [Hz]
0.0 - 400.0 Hz * 0.0 Hz
5-1X Digital Inputs
5-10 Terminal 18 Digital Input
[0] No function
[1] Reset
[2] Coast inverse
[3] Coast and reset inv.
[4] Quick stop inverse
[5] DC-brake inv.
[6] Stop inv
*[8] Start
[9] Latched start
[10] Reversing
[11] Start reversing
[12] Enable start forward
[13] Enable start reverse
[14] Jog
[16-18] Preset ref bit 0-2
[19] Freeze reference
[20] Freeze output
[21] Speed up
[22] Speed down
[23] Setup select bit 0
[28] Catch up
[29] Slow down
[34] Ramp bit 0
[60] Counter A (up)
[61] Counter A (down)
[62] Reset counter A
[63] Counter B (up)
[64] Counter B (down)
[65] ResetCounter B
5-11 Terminal 19 Digital Input
See par. 5-10. * [10] Reversing
5-12 Terminal 27 Digital Input
See par. 5-10. * [1] Reset
5-13 Terminal 29 Digital Input
See par. 5-10. * [14] Jog
5-15 Terminal 33 Digital Input
See par. 5-10. * [16] Preset ref bit 0
[26] Precise Stop Inverse
[27] Start, Precise Stop
[32] Pulse Input
5-4X Relays
5-40 Function Relay
*[0] No opreation
[1] Control ready
[2] Drive ready
[3] Drive ready, Remote
[4] Enable / No warning
[5] Drive running
[6] Running / No warning
[7] Run in range / No warning
[8] Run on ref / No warning
[9] Alarm
[10] Alarm or warning
[12] Out of current range
[13] Below current, low
[14] Above current, high
[21] Thermal warning
[22] Ready, No thermal warning
[23] Remote ready, No thermal warning
[24] Ready, Voltage ok
[25] Reverse
[26] Bus ok
[28] Brake,NoWarn
[29] Brake ready/NoFault
[30] BrakeFault (IGBT)
[32] Mech.brake control
[36] Control word bit 11
[51] Local ref. active
[52] Remote ref. active
[53] No alarm
[54] Start cmd active
[55] Running reverse
[56] Drive in hand mode
[57] Drive in auto mode
[60-63] Comparator 0-3
[70-73] Logic rule 0-3
[81] Logic Controller digital output B
5-5X Pulse Input
5-55 Terminal 33 Low Frequency
20 - 4999 Hz * 20 Hz
5-56 Terminal 33 High Frequency
21 - 5000 Hz * 5000 Hz
5-57 Term. 33 Low Ref./Feedb. Value
-4999 - 4999 * 0.000
5-58 Term. 33 High Ref./Feedb. Value
-4999 - 4999 * 50.000
6-XX Analog In/Out
6-0X Analog I/O Mode
6-00 Live Zero Timeout Time
1 - 99 s * 10 s
6-01 Live Zero TimeoutFunction
*[0] Off
[1] Freeze output
[2] Stop
[3] Jogging
[4] Max speed
[5] Stop and trip
6-1X Analog Input 1
6-10 Terminal 53 Low Voltage
0.00 - 9.99 V * 0.07 V
6-11 Terminal 53 High Voltage
0.01 - 10.00 V * 10.00 V
6-12 Terminal 53 Low Current
0.00 - 19.99 mA * 0.14 mA
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6-13 Terminal 53 High Current
0.01 - 20.00 mA * 20.00 mA
6-14 Term. 53 Low Ref./Feedb. Value
-4999 - 4999 * 0.000
6-15 Term. 53 High Ref./Feedb. Value
-4999 - 4999 * 50.000
6-16 Terminal 53 Filter Time Constant
0.01 - 10.00 s * 0.01 s
6-19 Terminal 53 mode
*[0] Voltage mode
[1] Current mode
6-2X Analog Input 2
6-22 Terminal 60 Low Current
0.00 - 19.99 mA * 0.14 mA
6-23 Terminal 60 High Current
0.01 - 20.00 mA * 20.00 mA
6-24 Term. 60 Low Ref./Feedb. Value
-4999 - 4999 * 0.000
6-25 Term. 60 High Ref./Feedb. Value
-4999 - 4999 * 50.00
6-26 Terminal 60 Filter Time Constant
0.01 - 10.00 s * 0.01 s
6-8X Keypad potentiometer
6-81 Keypad potm. Low Reference
-4999 - 4999 * 0.000
6-82 Keypad potm. High Reference
-4999 - 4999 * 50.00
6-9X Analog Output xx
6-90 Terminal 42 Mode
*[0] 0-20 mA
[1] 4-20 mA
[2] Digital Output
6-91 Terminal 42 Analog Output
*[0] No operation
[10] Output Frequency
[11] Reference
[12] Feedback
[13] Motor Current
[16] Power
[20] Bus Reference
6-92 Terminal 42 Digital Output
See par. 5-40
*[0] No Operation
[80] Logic Controller Digital Output A
6-93 Terminal 42 Output Min Scale
0.00 - 200.0 % * 0.00 %
6-94 Terminal 42 Output Max Scale
0.00 - 200.0 % * 100.0 %
7-XX Controllers
7-2X Process Ctrl. Feedb
7-20 Process CL Feedback 1 Resource
*[0] NoFunction
[1] Analog Input 53
[2] Analog input 60
[8] PulseInput33
[11] LocalBusRef
7-3X Process PI
Ctrl. 7-30 Process PI Normal/ Inverse Ctrl
*[0] Normal
[1] Inverse
7-31 Process PI Anti Windup
[0] Disable
*[1] Enable
7-32 Process PI Start Speed
0.0 - 200.0 Hz * 0.0 Hz
7-33 Process PI Proportional Gain
0.00 - 10.00 * 0.01
7-34 Process PI Integral Time
0.10 - 9999 s * 9999 s
7-38 Process PI Feed Forward Factor
0 - 400 % * 0 %
7-39 On Reference Bandwidth
0 - 200 % * 5 %
8-XX Comm. and Options
8-0X General Settings
8-01 Control Site
*[0] Digital and ControlWord
[1] Digital only
[2] ControlWord only
8-02 Control Word Source
[0] None
*[1] GE Drive RS485
8-03 Control Word Timeout Time
0.1 - 6500 s * 1.0 s
8-04 Control Word Timeout Function
*[0] Off
[1] Freeze Output
[2] Stop
[3] Jogging
[4] Max. Speed
[5] Stop and trip
8-06 Reset Control Word Timeout
*[0] No Function
[1] Do reset
8-3X GE Drive Port Settings
8-30 Protocol
*[0] GE Drive
[2] Modbus RTU
8-31 Address
1 - 247 * 1
8-32 GE Drive Port Baud Rate
[0] 2400 Baud
[1] 4800 Baud
*[2] 9600 Baud
[3] 19200 Baud
*[4] 38400 Baud
8-33 GE Drive Port Parity
*[0] Even Parity, 1 Stop Bit
[1] Odd Parity, 1 Stop Bit
[2] No Parity, 1 Stop Bit
[3] No Parity, 2 Stop Bits
8-35 Minimum Response Delay
0.001-0.5 * 0.010 s
8-36 Max Response Delay
0.100 - 10.00 s * 5.000 s
8-5X Digital/Bus
8-50 Coasting Select
[0] DigitalInput
[1] Bus
[2] LogicAnd
*[3] LogicOr
8-51 Quick Stop Select
See par. 8-50 * [3] LogicOr
8-52 DC Brake Select
See par. 8-50 * [3] LogicOr
8-53 Start Select
See par. 8-50 * [3] LogicOr
8-54 Reversing Select
See par. 8-50 * [3] LogicOr
8-55 Set-up Select
See par. 8-50 * [3] LogicOr
8-56 Preset Reference Select
See par. 8-50 * [3] LogicOr
8-9X Bus Jog / Feedback
8-94 Bus feedback 1
0x8000 - 0x7FFF * 0
13-XX Controller Logic
13-0X Logic Controller Settings
13-00 Logic Controller Mode
*[0] Off
[1] On
13-01 Start Event
[0] False
[1] True
[2] Running
[3] InRange
[4] OnReference
[7] OutOfCurrentRange
[8] BelowILow
[9] AboveIHigh
[16] ThermalWarning
[17] MainOutOfRange
[18] Reversing
[19] Warning
[20] Alarm_Trip
[21] Alarm_TripLock
[22-25] Comparator 0-3
[26-29] LogicRule0-3
[33] DigitalInput_18
[34] DigitalInput_19
[35] DigitalInput_27
[36] DigitalInput_29
[38] DigitalInput_33
*[39] StartCommand
[40] DriveStopped
13-02 Stop Event
See par. 13-01 * [40] DriveStopped
13-03 Reset Logic Controller
*[0] Do not reset
[1] Reset Logic Controller
13-1X Comparators
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13-10 Comparator Operand
*[0] Disabled
[1] Reference
[2] Feedback
[3] MotorSpeed
[4] MotorCurrent
[6] MotorPower
[7] MotorVoltage
[8] DCLinkVoltage
[12] AnalogInput53
[13] AnalogInput60
[18] PulseInput33
[20] AlarmNumber
[30] CounterA
[31] CounterB
13-11 Comparator Operator
[0] Less Than
*[1] Approximately equals
[2] Greater Than
13-12 Comparator Value
-9999 - 9999 * 0.0
13-2X Timers
13-20 LC Controller Timer
0.0 - 3600 s * 0.0 s
13-4X Logic Rules
13-40 Logic Rule Boolean 1
See par. 13-01 * [0] False
[30] - [32] LC Time-out 0-2
13-41 Logic Rule Operator 1
*[0] Disabled
[1] And
[2] Or
[3] And not
[4] Or not
[5] Not and
[6] Not or
[7] Not and not
[8] Not or not
13-42 Logic Rule Boolean 2
See par. 13-40
13-43 Logic Rule Operator 2
See par. 13-41 * [0] Disabled
13-44 Logic Rule Boolean 3
See par. 13-40
13-5X States
13-51 LC Controller Event
See par. 13-40
13-52 LC Controller Action
*[0] Disabled
[1] NoAction
[2] SelectSetup1
[3] SelectSetup2
[10-17] SelectPresetRef0-7
[18] Select Accel/Decel 1.
[19] Select Accel/Decel 2.
[22] Run
[23] RunReverse
[24] Stop
[25] Qstop
[26] DCstop
[27] Coast
[28] FreezeOutput
[29] StartTimer0
[30] StartTimer1
[31] StartTimer2
[32] Set Digital Output A Low
[33] Set Digital Output B Low
[38] Set Digital Output A High
[39] Set Digital Output B High
[60] ResetCounterA
[61] ResetCounterB
14-XX Special Functions
14-0X Carrier Frequency
14-01 Motor Noise
(Carrier Frequency)
[0] 2 kHz
*[1] 4 kHz
[2] 8 kHz
[4] 16 kHz
14-03 Overmodulation
[0] Off
*[1] On
14-1X Mains monitoring
14-12 Function at mains imbalance
*[0] Trip
[1] Warning
[2] Disabled
14-2X Trip Reset
14-20 Reset Mode
*[0] Manual reset
[1-9] AutoReset 1-9
[10] AutoReset 10
[11] AutoReset 15
[12] AutoReset 20
[13] Infinite auto reset
14-21 Automatic Restart Time
0 - 600 s * 10 s
14-22 Restore Factory Settings
*[0] Normal Operation
[2] Restore Factory Settings
14-26 Action At Drive Fault
*[0] Trip
[1] Warning
14-4X Energy Savings
14-41 Energy Savings Minimum Magnetisation
40 - 75 % * 66 %
15-XX Drive Information
15-0X Operating Data
15-00 Operating Days
15-01 Running Hours
15-02 kWh Counter
15-03 Power Ups
15-04 Over Temps
15-05 Over Volts
15-06 Reset kWh Counter
*[0] Do not reset
[1] Reset counter
15-07 Reset Running Hours Counter
*[0] Do not reset
[1] Reset counter
15-3X Fault Log
15-30 Fault Log: Error Code
15-4X Drive Identification
15-40 GE Drive Type
15-41 Power Section
15-42 Voltage
15-43 Software Version
15-46 Frequency Converter Order. No
15-48 Keypad Id No
15-51 Frequency Converter Serial No
16-XX Data Readouts
16-0X General Status
16-00 Control Word
0 - 0XFFFF
16-01 Reference [Unit]
-4999 - 4999
16-02 Reference %
-200.0 - 200.0 %
16-03 Status Word
0 - 0XFFFF
16-05 Main Actual Value [%]
-200.0 - 200.0 %
16-09 Custom Readout
Dep. on par. 0-31, 0-32 and 4-14
16-1X Motor Status
16-10 Power [kW]
16-11 Power [hp]
16-12 Motor Voltage [V]
16-13 Frequency [Hz]
16-14 Motor Current [A]
16-15 Frequency [%]
16-18 Motor Thermal [%]
16-3X Drive Status
16-30 DC Link Voltage
16-34 Heatsink Temp.
16-35 Inverter Thermal
16-36 Drive Nominal current
16-37 Drive Maximum Current
16-38 Logic Controller State
16-5X Ref. / Feedb.
16-50 External Reference
16-51 Pulse Reference
16-52 Feedback [Unit]
16-6X Inputs / Outputs
16-60 Digital Input 18,19,27,33
0 - 1111
16-61 Digital Input 29
0-1
16-62 Analog Input 53 (volt)
16-63 Analog Input 53 (current)
16-64 Analog Input 60
16-65 Analog Output 42 [mA]
16-68 Pulse Input [Hz]
16-71 Relay Output [bin]
16-72 Counter A
16-73 Counter B
16-8X Fieldbus / GE Drive Port
16-86 GE Drive Port REF 1
0x8000 - 0x7FFFF
16-9X Diagnosis Readouts
16-90 Alarm Word
0 - 0XFFFFFFFF
16-92 Warning Word
0 - 0XFFFFFFFF
16-94 Ext. Status Word
0 - 0XFFFFFFFF18-XX Extended Motor Data
18-8X Motor Resistors
18-80 Stator Resistance (High resolution)
0.000 - 99.990 ohm * 0.000 ohm
18-81 Stator Leakage Reactance(High resolution)
0.000 - 99.990 ohm * 0.000 ohm
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6.2.1 Conversion Index
The various attributes of each parameter are displayed in the section Factory Settings. Parameter values are transferred as whole numbers only. Conversion
factors are therefore used to transfer decimals according to the table below.
Example:
Par. 1-24 Motor Current has a conversion index of -2 (i.e. conversion factor of 0.01 according to the table below). To set the parameter to 2.25 A, transfer the value
225 via Modbus. The Conversion Factor of 0.01 means that the value transferred is multiplied by 0.01 in the drive. The vale 225 transferred on the bus is thus
perceived as 2.25 A in the drive.
6
Conversion index
Conversion factor
2
10
1
100
0
1
-1
0.1
-2
0.01
-3
0.001
-4
0.0001
-5
0.00001
Table 6.1: Conversion table
6.2.2 Change during operation
“TRUE” means that the parameter can be changed while the frequency converter is in operation and “FALSE” means that the frequency converter must be stopped
before a change can be made.
6.2.3 2-Set-up
“All set-up”: The parameter can be set individually in each of the two set-ups, i.e. one single parameter can have two different data values.
”1 set-up”: Data value will be the same in both set-ups.
6.2.4 Type
Data Type
Description
Type
2
Integer 8
Int8
3
Integer 16
Int16
4
Integer 32
Int32
5
Unsigned 8
Uint8
6
Unsigned 16
Uint16
7
Unsigned 32
Uint32
9
Visible string
VisibleString
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6.2.5 0-** Operation/Display
Parameter
Number
Parameter Description
0 - 03
0 - 04
0 - 10
0 - 11
0 - 12
0 - 31
0 - 32
0 - 40
0 - 41
0 - 42
0 - 50
0 - 51
0 - 60
Regional Settings
Operating State at Power-up (Hand)
Active Set-up
Edit Set-up
Link Setups
Custom Readout Min Scale
Custom Readout Max Scale
[Hand ] Key on Keypad
[Off / Reset] Key on Keypad
[Auto ] Key on Keypad
Keypad Copy
Set-up Copy
Main Menu Password
Default Value
[1] US
[1] Forced stop ref=old
[1] Set-up 1
[1] Set-up 1
[20] Linked
0
0
[1] Enabled
[1] Enable All
[1] Enabled
[0] No copy
[0] No copy
0
2 Setup
Change During
Operation
1 set-up
All set-ups
1 set-up
1 set-up
All set-ups
1 set-up
1 set-up
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
2 Setup
Change During
Operation
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
1 set-up
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
2 Setup
Change During
Operation
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
Conversion
Index
-2
-2
0
Type
Uint8
Uint8
Uint8
Uint8
Uint8
Int32
Int32
Uint8
Uint8
Uint8
Uint8
Uint8
Uint16
6.2.6 1-** Load/Motor
Parameter
Number
Parameter Description
1 - 00
1 - 01
1 - 03
1 - 05
1 - 20
1 - 22
1 - 23
1 - 24
1 - 25
1 - 29
1 - 30
1 - 33
1 - 35
1 - 50
1 - 52
1 - 55
1 - 56
1 - 60
1 - 61
1 - 62
1 - 63
1 - 71
1 - 72
1 - 73
1 - 80
1 - 82
1 - 90
1 - 93
Configuration Mode
Motor Control Principle
Torque Characteristics
Hand Mode Configuration
Motor Power
Motor Voltage
Motor Frequency
Motor Current
Motor Nominal Speed
Auto Tune
Stator Resistance (Rs)
Stator Leakage Reactance (X1)
Main Reactance (Xh)
Motor Magnetisation at Zero Speed
Min Speed Normal Magnetising [Hz]
U/f Characteristic - U
U/f Characteristic - F
Low Speed Load Compensation
High Speed Load Compensation
Slip Compensation
Slip Compensation Time Constant
Holding Time
Start Function
Start Mode
Function at Stop
Min Speed for Function at Stop [Hz]
Motor Thermal Protection
Thermistor Resource
6
Default Value
[0] Speed open loop
[1] Adv. Vector Control
[0] Constant torque
[2] As mode par 1-00
[0] Off
100%
0 Hz
100%
100%
100%
0.1 s
0s
[2] Coast/delay time
[0] Disabled
[0] Coast
0 Hz
[0] No protection
[0] None
Conversion
Index
0
0
-2
0
-2
-2
-2
0
-1
0
0
0
0
0
-2
-1
-1
-
Type
Uint8
Uint8
Uint8
Uint8
Uint8
Uint16
Uint16
Uint16
Uint16
Uint8
Uint16
Uint32
Uint32
Uint16
Uint16
Uint16
Uint16
Uint16
Uint16
Int16
Uint16
Uint8
Uint8
Uint8
Uint8
Uint16
Uint8
Uint8
6.2.7 2-** Brakes
Parameter
Number
Parameter Description
2 - 00
2 - 01
2 - 02
2 - 04
2 - 10
2 - 11
2 - 16
2 - 17
2 - 20
2 - 22
DC Hold Current
DC Brake Current
DC Braking Time
DC Brake Cut In Speed
Brake Function
Brake Resistor (ohm)
AC Brake, Max current
Over-voltage Control
Release Brake Current
Activate Brake Speed [Hz]
Default Value
50%
50%
10 s
0 Hz
[0] Off
100%
[0] Disabled
0A
0 Hz
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Conversion
Index
0
0
-1
-1
0
0
-2
-1
Type
Uint16
Uint16
Uint16
Uint16
Uint8
Uint16
Uint16
Uint8
Uint32
Uint16
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6.2.8 3-** Reference/Ramps
6
Parameter
Number
Parameter Description
3 - 00
3 - 02
3 - 03
3 - 10
3 - 11
3 - 12
3 - 14
3 - 15
3 - 16
3 - 17
Reference Range
Minimum Reference
Maximum Reference
Preset Reference
Jog Speed [Hz]
Catch up/slow Down Value
Preset Relative Reference
Reference Resource 1
Reference Resource 2
Reference Resource 3
Relative Scaling Reference Resource
Accel/Decel 1 Pattern
Accel Time 1
Decel Time 1
Accel/Decel 2 Pattern
Accel Time 2
Decel Time 2
Jog Accel/Decel Time
Quick Stop Ramp Time
3 - 18
3 - 40
3 - 41
3 - 42
3 - 50
3 - 51
3 - 52
3 - 80
3 - 81
Default Value
2 Setup
Change During
Operation
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
Conversion
Index
-3
-3
-2
-1
-2
-2
-
[0] Min - Max
0
50
0%
5 Hz
0%
0%
[1] Analog in 53
[2] Analog in 60
[11] Local bus reference
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
[0] No function
[0] Linear
3s
3s
[0] Linear
3s
3s
3s
3s
Default Value
Type
Uint8
Int32
Int32
Int16
Uint16
Int16
Int16
Uint8
Uint8
Uint8
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
1 set-up
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
Uint8
Uint8
Uint32
Uint32
Uint8
Uint32
Uint32
Uint32
Uint32
2 Setup
Change During
Operation
Type
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
Conversion
Index
-1
-1
0
0
-2
-2
-1
-1
2 Setup
Change During
Operation
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
6.2.9 4-** Limits/Warnings
Parameter
Number
Parameter Description
4 - 10
4 - 12
4 - 14
4 - 16
4 - 17
4 - 50
4 - 51
4 - 58
4 - 61
4 - 63
Reverse Lock
Motor Speed Low Limit [Hz]
Motor Speed High Limit [Hz]
Torque Limit Motor Mode
Torque Limit Generator Mode
Warning Current Low
Warning Current High
Missing Motor Phase Function
Jump Frequency From [Hz]
Jump Frequency To [Hz]
[2] Both directions
0 Hz
65 Hz
150%
100%
0A
26 A
[1] On
0 Hz
0 Hz
Uint8
Uint16
Uint16
Uint16
Uint16
Uint32
Uint32
Uint8
Uint16
Uint16
6.2.10 5-** Digital In/Out
Parameter
Number
Parameter Description
5 - 10
5 - 11
5 - 12
5 - 13
5 - 15
5 - 40
5 - 55
5 - 56
5 - 57
5 - 58
Terminal 18 Digital Input
Terminal 19 Digital Input
Terminal 27 Digital Input
Terminal 29 Digital Input
Terminal 33 Digital Input
Function Relay
Terminal 33 Low Frequency
Terminal 33 High Frequency
Terminal 33 Low Ref./Feedb. Value
Terminal 33 High Ref./Feedb. Value
50
Default Value
[8] Start
[10] Reversing
[1] Reset
[14] Jog
[16] Preset ref bit 0
[0] No operation
20 Hz
5000 Hz
0
50
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Conversion
Index
0
0
-3
-3
Type
Uint8
Uint8
Uint8
Uint8
Uint8
Uint8
Uint16
Uint16
Int32
Int32
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6.2.11 6-** Analog In/Out
Parameter
Number
Parameter Description
6 - 00
6 - 01
6 - 10
6 - 11
6 - 12
6 - 13
6 - 14
6 - 15
6 - 16
6 - 19
6 - 22
6 - 23
6 - 24
6 - 25
6 - 26
6 - 81
6 - 82
6 - 90
6 - 91
6 - 92
6 - 93
6 - 94
Live Zero Timeout Time
Live Zero TimeoutFunction
Terminal 53 Low Voltage
Terminal 53 High Voltage
Terminal 53 Low Current
Terminal 53 High Current
Terminal 53 Low Ref./Feedb. Value
Terminal 53 High Ref./Feedb. Value
Terminal 53 Filter Time Constant
Terminal 53 mode
Terminal 60 Low Current
Terminal 60 High Current
Terminal 60 Low Ref./Feedb. Value
Terminal 60 High Ref./Feedb. Value
Terminal 60 Filter Time Constant
Keypad potentiometer Low Ref.
Keypad potentiometer High Ref.
Terminal 42 Mode
Terminal 42 Analog Output
Terminal 42 Digital Output
Terminal 42 Output Min Scale
Terminal 42 Output Max Scale
Default Value
10 s
[0] Off
0.07 V
10 V
0.14 mA
20 mA
0
50
0.01 s
[0] Voltage mode
0.14 mA
20 mA
0
50
0.01 s
0
50
[0] 0-20 mA
[0] No operation
[0] No operation
0%
100%
2 Setup
Change During
Operation
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
1 set-up
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
Conversion
Index
0
-2
-2
-2
-2
-3
-3
-2
-2
-2
-3
-3
-2
-3
-3
-2
-2
Type
Uint8
Uint8
Uint16
Uint16
Uint16
Uint16
Int32
Int32
Uint16
Uint8
Uint16
Uint16
Int32
Int32
Uint16
Int32
Int32
Uint8
Uint8
Uint8
Uint16
Uint16
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6.2.12 7-** Controllers
Parameter
Number
Parameter Description
Default Value
2 Setup
Change During
Operation
7 - 20
7 - 30
7 - 31
7 - 32
7 - 33
7 - 34
7 - 38
7 - 39
Process CL Feedback 1 Resource
Process PI Normal/ Inverse Control
Process PI Anti Windup
Process PI Start Speed
Process PI Proportional Gain
Process PI Integral Time
Process PI Feed Forward Factor
On Reference Bandwidth
[0] No function
[0] Normal
[1] Enabled
0 Hz
0.01
9999 s
0%
5%
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
Default Value
2 Setup
Change During
Operation
All set-ups
All set-ups
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
Conversion
Index
-1
-2
-2
0
0
Type
Uint8
Uint8
Uint8
Uint16
Uint16
Uint32
Uint16
Uint8
6.2.13 8-** Comm. and Options
Parameter
Number
Parameter Description
8 - 01
8 - 02
8 - 03
8 - 04
8 - 06
8 - 30
8 - 31
8 - 32
8 - 33
8 - 35
8 - 36
8 - 50
8 - 51
8 - 52
8 - 53
8 - 54
8 - 55
8 - 56
8 - 94
Control Site
Control Word Source
Control Word Timeout Time
Control Word Timeout Function
Reset Control Word Timeout
Protocol
Address
GE Drive Port Baud Rate
GE Drive Port Parity
Minimum Response Delay
Max Response Delay
Coasting Select
Quick Stop Select
DC Brake Select
Start Select
Reversing Select
Set-up Select
Preset Reference Select
Bus feedback 1
[0] Digital and ctrl.word
[1] GE Drive RS485
1s
[0] Off
[0] No function
[0] GE Drive
1
[2] 9600 Baud
[0] Even Parity 1 Stop Bit
0.01 s
5s
[3] Logic OR
[3] Logic OR
[3] Logic OR
[3] Logic OR
[3] Logic OR
[3] Logic OR
[3] Logic OR
0
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Conversion
Index
-1
0
0
-3
-3
0
Type
Uint8
Uint8
Uint16
Uint8
Uint8
Uint8
Uint8
Uint8
Uint8
Uint16
Uint16
Uint8
Uint8
Uint8
Uint8
Uint8
Uint8
Uint8
Int16
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6.2.14 13-** Logic Controller
6
Parameter
Number
Parameter Description
13 - 00
13 - 01
13 - 02
13 - 03
13 - 10
13 - 11
13 - 12
13 - 20
13 - 40
13 - 41
13 - 42
13 - 43
13 - 44
13 - 51
13 - 52
Logic Controller Mode
Start Event
Stop Event
Reset Logic Controller
Comparator Operand
Comparator Operator
Comparator Value
Logic Controller Controller Timer
Logic Rule Boolean 1
Logic Rule Operator 1
Logic Rule Boolean 2
Logic Rule Operator 2
Logic Rule Boolean 3
Logic Controller Event
Logic Controller Action
Default Value
2 Setup
Change During
Operation
[0] Off
[39] Start command
[40] Drive stopped
[0] Do not reset
[0] Disabled
[1] ApproxEqual
0
0s
[0] False
[0] Disabled
[0] False
[0] Disabled
[0] False
[0] False
[0] Disabled
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
Default Value
2 Setup
Change During
Operation
[1] 4.0 kHz
[1] On
[0] Trip
[0] Manual reset
10 s
[0] Normal operation
[0] Trip
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
All set-ups
1 set-up
All set-ups
66 %
Conversion
Index
-1
-1
-
Type
Uint8
Uint8
Uint8
Uint8
Uint8
Uint8
Int32
Uint32
Uint8
Uint8
Uint8
Uint8
Uint8
Uint8
Uint8
6.2.15 14-** Special Functions
Parameter
Number
Parameter Description
14 - 01
14 - 03
14 - 12
14 - 20
14 - 21
14 - 22
14 - 26
Motor Noise (Carrier Freq.)
Overmodulation
Function at Mains Imbalance
Reset Mode
Automatic Restart Time
Restore Factory Settings
Action At Inverter Fault
Energy Savings Minimum Magnetisation
14 - 41
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
Conversion
Index
0
-
Type
Uint8
Uint8
Uint8
Uint8
Uint16
Uint8
Uint8
All set-ups
TRUE
0
Uint8
Type
6.2.16 15-** Drive Information
Parameter
Number
Parameter Description
Default Value
2 Setup
Change During
Operation
15 - 00
15 - 01
15 - 02
15 - 03
15 - 04
15 - 05
15 - 06
15 - 07
15 - 30
Operating Time
Running Hours
kWh Counter
Power Up's
Over Temp's
Over Volt's
Reset kWh Counter
Reset Running Hours Counter
Fault Log: Error Code
0
0
0
0
0
0
[0] Do not reset
[0] Do not reset
0
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
Conversion
Index
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
15 - 40
GE Drive Type
1 set-up
FALSE
0
15 - 41
Power Section
1 set-up
FALSE
0
15 - 42
Voltage
1 set-up
FALSE
0
15 - 43
SW ID Control Card
1 set-up
FALSE
0
15 - 46
Frequency Converter Ordering No
1 set-up
FALSE
0
15 - 48
Keypad Id No
1 set-up
FALSE
0
15 - 51
Frequency Converter Serial Number
1 set-up
FALSE
0
52
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Uint32
Uint32
Uint32
Uint16
Uint16
Uint8
Uint8
Uint8
VisibleString
VisibleString
VisibleString
VisibleString
VisibleString
VisibleString
VisibleString
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6.2.17 16-** Data Readouts
Parameter
Number
Parameter Description
Default Value
2 Setup
Change During
Operation
16 - 00
16 - 01
16 - 02
16 - 03
16 - 05
16 - 09
16 - 10
16 - 11
16 - 12
16 - 13
16 - 14
16 - 15
16 - 18
16 - 30
16 - 34
16 - 35
16 - 36
16 - 37
16 - 38
16 - 50
16 - 51
16 - 52
16 - 60
16 - 61
16 - 62
16 - 63
16 - 64
16 - 65
16 - 68
16 - 71
16 - 72
16 - 73
16 - 86
16 - 90
16 - 92
16 - 94
Control Word
Reference [Unit]
Reference %
Status Word
Main Actual Value [%]
Custom Readout
Power [kW]
Power [hp]
Motor Voltage
Frequency
Motor Current
Frequency [%]
Motor Thermal
DC Link Voltage
Heatsink Temp.
Inverter Thermal
Inv. Nom. Current
Inv. Max. Current
Logic Controller State
External Reference
Pulse Reference
Feedback [Unit]
Digital input 18,19,27,33
Digital input 29
Analog Input 53 (V)
Analog Input 53 (mA)
Analog Input 60
Analog Output 42 [mA]
Pulse input 33
Relay Output [bin]
Counter A
Counter B
GE Drive Port REF 1
Alarm Word
Warning Word
Ext. Status Word
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
20
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
1 set-up
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
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Conversion
Index
0
-3
-1
0
-2
-2
-3
-3
0
-1
-2
-1
0
0
0
0
-2
-2
0
-1
-1
-3
0
0
-2
-2
-2
-2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Type
Uint16
Int32
Int16
Uint16
Int16
Int32
Uint16
Uint16
Uint16
Uint16
Uint16
Uint16
Uint8
Uint16
Uint8
Uint8
Uint16
Uint16
Uint8
Int16
Int16
Int32
Uint16
Uint8
Uint16
Uint16
Uint16
Uint16
Uint16
Uint8
Int16
Int16
Int16
Uint32
Uint32
Uint32
6
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7
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55
56
Keypad data not compatible
88
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X
X
X
Warning
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Alarm
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Trip Lock
Table 7.1: Warnings and AlarmsCode list
89
Parameter read only
90
Parameter database busy
91
Parameter value is not valid in this mode
92
Parameter value exceeds the min/max limits
nw run Not While RUNning
Err.
A wrong password was entered
1) These faults may be caused by mains distortions. Installing GE Line Filter may rectify this problem.
85
86
87
Description
Live zero error
Mains phase loss1)
DC over voltage1)
DC under voltage1)
Driveoverloaded
Motor Electronic Overload over temperature
Motor thermistor over temperature
Torque limit
Over Current
Earth fault
Short Circuit
Control word timeout
Brake resistor short-circuited
Brake chopper short-circuited
Brake check
Power board over temp
Motor phase U missing
Motor phase V missing
Motor phase W missing
Internal fault
Earth fault (Desat)
Control Voltage Fault
Auto Tune check Unom and Inom
Auto Tune low Inom
Current limit
Mechanical Brake Low
Drive restored to Factory Settings
The connection between drive and Keypad is
lost
Button disabled
Copy fail
Keypad data invalid
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Error
See parameter group 0-4* Keypad
An error occurred while copying from frequency converter to Keypad or vice versa.
Occurs when copying from Keypad if the Keypad contains erroneous data - or if no data was uploaded to
the Keypad.
Occurs when copying from Keypad if data are moved between frequency converters with major differences
in software versions.
Occurs when trying to write to a read-only parameter.
Keypad and RS485 connection are trying to update parameters simultaneously.
Occurs when trying to write an illegal value to a parameter.
Occurs when trying to set a value outside the range.
Parameter can only be changed when the motor is stopped.
Occurs when using a wrong password for changing a password-protected parameter.
24 V DC may be overloaded.
Wrong setting for motor voltage and/or motor current.
Motor current is too low. Check settings.
Drive overload.
Actual motor current has not exceeded “release brake” current within “start delay” time window.
All parameter settings are restored to factory default settings.
No communication between Keypad and frequency converter
Cause of Problem
Signal on terminal 53 or 60 is less than 50% of value set in par. 6-10, 6-12 and 6-22.
Missing phase on supply side, or too high voltage imbalance. Check supply voltage.
Intermediate circuit voltage exceeds limit.
Intermediate circuit voltage drops below “voltage warning low” limit.
More than 100% load for too long.
Motor is too hot due to more than 100% load for too long.
Thermistor or thermistor connection is disconnected.
Torque exceeds value set in either par. 4-16 or 4-17.
Drive current limit is exceeded.
Discharge from output phases to ground.
Short-circuit in motor or on motor terminals.
No communication to frequency converter.
Brake resistor is short-circuited, thus brake function is disconnected.
Brake transistor is short-circuited, thus brake function is disconnected.
Brake resistor is not connected/working
Heat-sink cut-out temperature has been reached.
Motor phase U is missing. Check the phase.
Motor phase V is missing. Check the phase.
Motor phase W is missing. Check the phase.
Contact local GE supplier.
7
No.
2
4
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
16
17
25
27
28
29
30
31
32
38
40
47
51
52
59
63
80
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7.1.1 Alarm, Warning and Extended Status Word
Dec
Par 1690
Par 1692
Par 1694
AlarmWord
WarningWord
ExtendedStatusWord
Bit
Hex
0
1
1
Brake check
1
2
2
Pwr.card temp
2
4
4
Earth Fault
3
8
8
4
10
16
Ctrl.word TO
Ctrl.word TO
5
20
32
Over Current
Over Current
6
40
64
7
80
128
Motor Thermistor Over
Motor Thermistor Over
Output current high
8
100
256
Electronic Overload Over
Electronic Overload Over
Output current low
9
200
512
Inverter overload
Inverter overload
10
400
1024
DC under volt
DC under volt
11
800
2048
DC over volt
DC over volt
12
1000
4096
Short Circuit
13
2000
8192
14
4000
16384
Mains ph. loss
Braking
8000
32768
"Auto Tune Not OK"
10000
65536
Live zero error
17
20000
131072
Internal fault
18
40000
262144
19
80000
524288
20
100000
1048576
V phase loss
21
200000
2097152
W phase loss
400000
4194304
800000
8388608
24
1000000
16777216
2000000
33554432
4000000
67108864
Brake resistor shortcircuit
Brake IGBT shortcircuit
8000000
134217728
10000000
268435456
29
20000000
536870912
30
40000000
1073741824
31
80000000
2147483648
OVC active
Live zero error
7
AC brake
Control Voltage Fault
25
27
Mains ph. loss
U phase loss
26
28
Catch up
Torque limit
15
23
Start CW/CCW
Slow down
16
22
Ramping
Pwr.card temp
Current limit
MotorPhaseMissing
Drive restored
Undefined
Mech. brake low
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8 Specifications
8.1 Mains Supply
8.1.1 Mains Supply 1 x 200 - 240 VAC
Normal overload 150% for 1 minute
Frequency converter
Typical Shaft Output [kW]
Typical Shaft Output [HP]
0.18
0.25
Unit Size
M1
0.37
0.5
Unit Size M1
0.75
1
Unit Size
M1
1.5
2
Unit Size
M2
2.2
3
Unit Size
M3
Continuous (1 x 200-240 V ) [A]
Intermittent (1 x 200-240 V ) [A]
Max. cable size:
(mains, motor) [mm2 /AWG]
1.2
1.8
2.2
3.3
4.2
6.3
6.8
10.2
9.6
14.4
Continuous (1 x 200-240 V ) [A]
Intermittent (1 x 200-240 V ) [A]
Max. mains fuses [A]
Environment
Estimated power loss [W], Best case/Typical1)
Weight enclosure IP20 [kg]
3.3
4.5
6.1
8.3
11.6
18.7
15.6
26.4
See Section Fuses
26.4
37.0
12.5/
15.5
1.1
95.6/
94.5
20.0/
25.0
1.1
96.5/
95.6
IP 20
Output current
4/10
Max. input current
Efficiency [%], Best case/Typical1)
36.5/
44.0
1.1
96.6/
96.0
61.0/
67.0
1.6
97.0/
96.7
81.0/
85.1
3.0
96.9/
97.1
8
Table 8.1: Mains supply 1 x 200 - 240 VAC
1.
At rated load conditions.
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8.1.2 Mains Supply 3 x 200 - 240 VAC
Normal overload 150% for 1 minute
Frequency converter
Typical Shaft Output [kW]
Typical Shaft Output [HP]
IP 20
Output current
0.25
0.33
Unit Size
M1
0.37
0.5
Unit Size
M1
0.75
1
Unit Size
M1
1.5
2
Unit Size
M2
2.2
3
Unit Size
M3
3.7
5
Unit Size
M3
1.5
2.3
2.2
3.3
4.2
6.3
6.8
10.2
9.6
14.4
15.2
22.8
6.7
10.9
8.3
14.4
See Section Fuses
15.4
23.4
24.3
35.3
31.5/
39.5
1.1
97.1/
96.3
72.0/
77.1
3.0
97.2/
97.4
115.0/
122.8
3.0
97.3/
97.4
Continuous (3 x 200-240 V ) [A]
Intermittent (3 x 200-240 V ) [A]
Max. cable size:
(mains, motor) [mm2 /AWG]
4/10
Max. input current
Continuous (3 x 200-240 V ) [A]
Intermittent (3 x 200-240 V ) [A]
Max.mains fuses [A]
Environment
Estimated power loss [W], Best case/
Typical1)
Weight enclosure IP20 [kg]
Efficiency [%], Best case/Typical1)
2.4
3.2
3.5
4.6
14.0/
20.0
1.1
96.4/
94.9
19.0/
24.0
1.1
96.7/
95.8
51.0/
57.0
1.6
97.4/
97.2
Table 8.2: Mains supply 3 x 200 - 240 VAC
8
1.
At rated load conditions.
8.1.3 Mains Supply 3 x 380 - 480 VAC
Normal overload 150% for 1 minute
Frequency converter
Typical Shaft Output [kW]
Typical Shaft Output [HP]
IP 20
Output current
Continuous (3 x 380-440 V) [A]
Intermittent (3 x 380-440 V) [A]
Continuous (3 x 440-480 V) [A]
Intermittent (3 x 440-480 V) [A]
Max. cable size:
(mains, motor) [mm2/ AWG]
Max. input current
Continuous (3 x 380-440 V ) [A]
Intermittent (3 x 380-440 V ) [A]
Continuous (3 x 440-480 V ) [A]
Intermittent (3 x 440-480 V ) [A]
Max. mains fuses [A]
Environment
Estimated power loss [W], Best case/
Typical1)
Weight enclosure IP20 [kg]
Efficiency [%], Best case/
Typical1)
0.37
0.75
1.5
2.2
3.0
4.0
0.5
Unit Size
M1
1
Unit Size
M1
2
Unit Size
M2
3
Unit Size
M2
4
Unit Size
M3
5
Unit Size
M3
1.2
1.8
1.1
1.7
2.2
3.3
2.1
3.2
3.7
5.6
3.4
5.1
5.3
8.0
4.8
7.2
7.2
10.8
6.3
9.5
9.0
13.7
8.2
12.3
5.9
8.5
8.7
12.6
5.1
7.3
7.5
10.8
See Section Fuses
11.5
16.8
9.9
14.4
14.4
20.2
12.4
17.5
4/10
1.9
2.6
1.7
2.3
3.5
4.7
3.0
4.0
18.5/
25.5
1.1
28.5/
43.5
1.1
41.5/
56.5
1.6
57.5/
81.5
1.6
75.0/
101.6
3.0
98.5/
133.5
3.0
96.8/
95.5
97.4/
96.0
98.0/
97.2
97.9/
97.1
98.0/
97.2
98.0/
97.3
Table 8.3: Mains supply 3 x 380 - 480 VAC
1.
60
At rated load conditions.
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Normal overload 150% for 1 minute
Frequency converter
Typical Shaft Output [kW]
Typical Shaft Output [HP]
IP 20
Output current
Continuous (3 x 380-440 V) [A]
Intermittent (3 x 380-440 V) [A]
Continuous (3 x 440-480 V) [A]
Intermittent (3 x 440-480 V) [A]
Max. cable size:
(mains, motor) [mm2/ AWG]
5.5
7.5
11
15
18.5
22
7.5
Unit Size
M3
10
Unit Size
M3
15
20
25
30
12.0
18.0
11.0
15.5
23.5
14.0
23.0
34.5
21.0
31.0
46.5
27.0
37.0
55.5
34.0
43.0
64.5
40.0
16.5
21.3
31.5
40.5
51.0
60.0
34.7
49.0
31.5
44.0
41.2
57.6
37.5
53.0
4/10
16/6
Max. input current
Continuous (3 x 380-440 V ) [A]
Intermittent (3 x 380-440 V ) [A]
Continuous (3 x 440-480 V ) [A]
Intermittent (3 x 440-480 V ) [A]
Max. mains fuses [A]
Environment
Estimated power loss [W], Best case/
Typical1)
Weight enclosure IP20 [kg]
Efficiency [%], Best case/
Typical1)
19.2
27.4
16.6
23.6
24.8
36.3
21.4
30.1
131.0/
166.8
3.0
98.0/
97.5
175.0/
217.5
3.0
98.0/
97.5
Table 8.4: Mains supply 3 x 380 - 480 VAC
1.
33.0
42.0
47.5
60.0
29.0
36.0
41.0
52.0
See Section Fuses
290.0/
342.0
387.0/
454.0
395.0/
428.0
467.0/
520.0
97.8/
97.4
97.7/
97.4
98.1/
98.0
98.1/
97.9
8
At rated load conditions.
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8.2 Other Specifications
Protection and Features:
•
Electronic thermal motor protection against overload.
•
Temperature monitoring of the heatsink ensures that the frequency converter trips in case of overtemperature
•
The frequency converter is protected against short-circuits on motor terminals U, V, W.
•
If a motor phase is missing, the frequency trips and issues an alarm.
•
If a mains phase is missing, the frequency converter trips or issues a warning (depending on the load).
•
Monitoring of the intermediate circuit voltage ensures that the frequency converter trips if the intermediate circuit voltage is too low or too high.
•
The frequency converter is protected against earth faults on motor terminals U, V, W.
Mains supply (L1/L, L2, L3/N):
Supply voltage
200-240 V ±10%
Supply voltage
380-480 V ±10%
Supply frequency
50/60 Hz
Max. imbalance temporary between mains phases
3.0 % of rated supply voltage
≥ 0.4 nominal at rated load
True Power Factor (λ)
Displacement Power Factor (cosφ) near unity
(> 0.98)
Switching on input supply L1/L, L2, L3/N (power-ups)
maximum 2 times/min.
Environment according to EN60664-1
8
overvoltage category III/pollution degree 2
The unit is suitable for use on a circuit capable of delivering not more than 100.000 RMS symmetrical Amperes, 240/480 V maximum.
Motor output (U, V, W):
Output voltage
0 - 100% of supply voltage
Output frequency
0-200 Hz (Advanced Vector Control), 0-400 Hz (u/f)
Switching on output
Unlimited
Ramp times
0.05 - 3600 sec.
Cable lengths and cross sections:
Max. motor cable length, screened/armoured (EMC correct installation)
15 m
Max. motor cable length, unscreened/unarmoured
50 m
Max. cross section to motor, mains*
Connection to load sharing/brake (M1, M2, M3)
6.3 mm insulated Faston Plugs
16 mm2/6AWG
Max. cross section to load sharing/brake (M4, M5)
Maximum cross section to control terminals, rigid wire
1.5
mm2/16
AWG (2 x 0.75 mm2)
1 mm2/18 AWG
Maximum cross section to control terminals, flexible cable
0.5 mm2/20 AWG
Maximum cross section to control terminals, cable with enclosed core
0.25 mm2
Minimum cross section to control terminals
* See tables for mains supply for more information!
Digital inputs (Pulse/enocder inputs):
Programmable digital inputs (Pulse/encoder)
5 (1)
Terminal number
18, 19, 27, 29, 33,
Logic
PNP or NPN
Voltage level
0 - 24 V DC
Voltage level, logic'0' PNP
< 5 V DC
Voltage level, logic'1' PNP
> 10 V DC
Voltage level, logic '0' NPN
> 19 V DC
Voltage level, logic '1' NPN
< 14 V DC
Maximum voltage on input
28 V DC
Input resistance, Ri
approx. 4 k
Max. pulse frequency at terminal 33
5000 Hz
Min. pulse frequency at terminal 33
20 Hz
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Analog inputs:
Number of analog inputs
2
Terminal number
53, 60
Voltage mode (Terminal 53)
Switch S200=OFF(U)
Current mode (Terminal 53 and 60)
Switch S200=ON(I)
Voltage level
0 -10 V
Input resistance, Ri
approx. 10 kΩ
Max. voltage
20 V
Current level
0/4 to 20 mA (scaleable)
Input resistance, Ri
approx. 200 Ω
Max. current
30 mA
Analog output:
Number of programmable analog outputs
1
Terminal number
42
Current range at analog output
0/4 - 20 mA
500 Ω
Max. resistor load to common at analog output
Accuracy on analog output
Max. error: 0.8 % of full scale
Resolution on analog output
8 bit
The analog output is galvanically isolated from the supply voltage (PELV) and other high-voltage terminals.
Control card, RS-485 serial communication:
Terminal number
68 (P,TX+, RX+), 69 (N,TX-, RX-)
Terminal number 61
Common for terminals 68 and 69
8
The RS-485 serial communication circuit is functionally seated from other central circuits and galvanically isolated from the supply voltage (PELV).
Control card, 24 V DC output:
Terminal number
12
Max. load (M1 and M2)
160 mA
Max. load (M3)
30 mA
Max. load (M4 and M5)
200 mA
Relay output:
Programmable relay output
1
Relay 01 Terminal number
01-03 (break), 01-02(make)
Max. terminal load (AC-1)1) on 01-02 (NO) (Resistive load)
250 V AC, 2 A
Max. terminal load (AC-15)1) on 01-02 (NO) (Inductive load @ cosφ 0.4)
250 V AC, 0.2 A
Max. terminal load (DC-1)1) on 01-02 (NO) (Resistive load)
30 V DC, 2 A
Max. terminal load (DC-13)1) on 01-02 (NO) (Inductive load)
24 V DC, 0.1A
Max. terminal load (AC-1)1) on 01-03 (NC) (Resistive load)
250 V AC, 2 A
Max. terminal load (AC-15)1) on 01-03 (NC) (Inductive load @ cosφ 0.4)
250 V AC, 0.2A
Max. terminal load (DC-1)1) on 01-03 (NC) (Resistive load)
30 V DC, 2 A
Min. terminal load on 01-03 (NC), 01-02 (NO)
24 V DC 10 mA, 24 V AC 20 mA
Environment according to EN 60664-1
overvoltage category III/pollution degree 2
1) IEC 60947 part 4 and 5
Control card, 10 V DC output:
Terminal number
50
10.5 V ±0.5 V
Output voltage
Max. load
25 mA
The 10 V DC supply is galvanically isolated from the supply voltage (PELV) and other high-voltage terminals.
Surroundings:
Enclosure
IP 20
Enclosure kit available
IP 21
Enclosure kit available
TYPE 1
Vibration test
1.0 g
Max. relative humidity
5% - 95%(IEC 60721-3-3; Class 3K3 (non-condensing) during operation
Aggressive environment (IEC 60721-3-3), coated
class 3C3
Test method according to IEC 60068-2-43 H2S (10 days)
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Ambient temperature
Max. 40 °C
Derating for high ambient temperature, see section on special conditions
Minimum ambient temperature during full-scale operation
0 °C
Minimum ambient temperature at reduced performance
- 10 °C
Temperature during storage/transport
-25 - +65/70 °C
Maximum altitude above sea level without derating
1000 m
Maximum altitude above sea level with derating
3000 m
Derating for high altitude, see section on special conditions
EMC standards, Emission
EN 61800-3, EN 61000-6-3/4, EN 55011, IEC 61800-3
EN 61800-3, EN 61000-6-1/2, EN 61000-4-2, EN 61000-4-3,
EMC standards, Immunity
EN 61000-4-4, EN 61000-4-5, EN 61000-4-6
See section on special conditions
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8.3 Special Conditions
8.3.1 The Purpose of Derating
Derating must be taken into account when using the frequency converter at low air pressure (heights), at low speeds or at high ambient temperature. The required
action is described in this section.
8.3.2 Derating for Ambient Temperature
The ambient temperature measured over 24 hours should be at least 5 °C lower than the max. ambient temperature.
If the frequency converter is operated at high ambient temperature, the continuous output current should be decreased.
The frequency converter has been designed for operation at max 50 °C ambient temperature with one motor size smaller than nominal. Continuous operation
at full load at 50 °C ambient temperature will reduce the lifetime of the frequency converter.
8.3.3 Derating for Low Air Pressure
The cooling capability of air is decreased at low air pressure.
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For altitudes above 2000 m, please contact GE .
Below 1000 m altitude no de-rating is necessary but above 1000 m the ambient temperature or the maximum output current should be decreased.
Decrease the output by 1% per 100 m altitude above 1000 m or reduce the max. ambient temperature by 1 degree per 200 m
8.3.4 Derating for Running at Low Speeds
When a motor is connected to at frequency converter, it is necessary to check that the cooling of the motor is adequate.
A problem may occur at low speeds in constant torque applications. Running continuously at low speeds – below half the nominal motor speed – may require
additional air cooling. Alternatively, choose a larger motor (one size up).
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8.4 Options for AF-60 LP™ Micro Drive
Catalog No
KYPDACLP1
Description
Keypad with
potentiometer
RMKYPDACLP1
Remote Mounting Kit for Keypad incl.
3 m cable, , IP21 rated.
DEPLTACLP1
De-coupling plate kit for M1 and M2 Unit Sizes
DEPLTACLP2
De-coupling plate kit for M3 Unit Size
DEPLTACLP3
De-coupling plate kit for M4 and M5 Unit Size
NEMA1ACLP1
NEMA Type 1 Kit for M1 Unit Size
NEMA1ACLP2
NEMA Type 1 Kit for M2 Unit Size
NEMA1ACLP3
NEMA Type 1 Kit for M3 Unit Size
NEMA1ACLP4
NEMA Type 1 Kit for M4 Unit Size
NEMA1ACLP5
NEMA Type 1 Kit for M5 Unit Size
RMACLP1
DIN rail mounting kit for M1 Unit Size
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GE Line Filters and brake resistors are available upon request.
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Index
A
Active Set-up
19
Active Set-up
44, 49
Alarm, Warning And Extended Status Word
57
Ambient Temperature
64
Analog In/out
51
Analog Inputs
63
Analog Inputs:
63
Analog Output
63
B
Brake Resistor
49
Brake Resistor (ohm)
44
Brake Resistor Short-circuited
56
Brakes
49
Bus Termination
16
C
Cable Lengths And Cross Sections
62
Clearance
9
Comm. And Options
51
Configuration Mode
23
Control Card, 10 V Dc Output
63
Control Card, 24 V Dc Output
63
Control Card, Rs-485 Serial Communication:
63
Control Terminals
16
Control Word According To Fc Profile
37
Controllers
51
Conversion Index
48
D
Danfoss Fc Control Profile
37
Data Readouts
53
Dc-brake
45
Dc-brake
44
De-coupling Plate Kit
66
Derating For Ambient Temperature
65
Derating For Low Air Pressure
65
Derating For Running At Low Speeds
65
Digital In/out
50
Digital Inputs (pulse/enocder Inputs):
62
Digital Inputs:
62
Din Rail Mounting Kit
66
Display
19
Disposal Instruction
8
Drive Information
52
E
Earth Leakage Current
5, 7
Edit Set-up
19
Edit Set-up
44, 49
Electronic Waste
8
Emc-correct Installation
13
Explanation Of The Control Bits
37
Explanation Of The Status Bits
40
F
Frequency Converter With Modbus Rtu
27
Function Codes Supported By Modbus Rtu
31
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H
Hand Mode
45
Hand Mode
49
How To Connect
11
I
Indicator Lights
20
Isolated Mains Source
7
It Mains
7
L
Lcp 11
19
Lcp 12
19
Leakage Current
7
Limits/warnings
50
Load Compensation
44, 49
Load Sharing/brake
18
Load/motor
49
M
Main Menu
20, 25
Mains Connection
13
Mains Supply
59, 60
Mains Supply (l1/l, L2, L3/n)
62
Mains Supply 1 X 200 - 240 Vac
59
Mains Supply 3 X 200 - 240 Vac
60
Mains Supply 3 X 380 - 480 Vac
60
Max. Reference
24
Maximum Reference
23
Mechanical Dimensions
10
Mechanical Installation
9
Min. Reference
23
Minimum Reference
23
Modbus Rtu
27
Modbus Rtu Message Framing Structure
28
Modbus Rtu Overview
27
Motor Connection
14
Motor Current
22
Motor Direction
20
Motor Frequency
22
Motor Nominal Speed
22
Motor Output (u, V, W):
62
Motor Overload Protection
7
Motor Phase
45, 50
Motor Power
22
Motor Protection
62
Motor Speed High Limit
24
Motor Speed Low Limit
24
Motor Temperature
44
Motor Voltage
22
N
Navigation Keys
21
O
Operation Keys
21
Operation/display
49
Options
66
Options For Vlt Micro Drive Fc 51
66
Other Specifications
62
Output Performance (u, V, W)
62
Overcurrent Protection
12
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Over-voltage Control
44, 49
P
Parameter Number
20
Parameter Overview
43
Power Circuit - Overview
17
Preset Reference
24
Process Cl Feedback Resource
24
Process Feed Forward Factor
25
Process Pi Anti Windup
24
Process Pi Integral Time
25
Process Pi Normal/inverse
24
Process Pi Proportional Gain
24
Process Pi Start Speed
24
Protection
12
Protection And Features
62
Q
Quick Menu
20, 21
Quick Menu Parameters
22
R
Readout Mode
20
Reference/ramps
50
Relay Output
63
Remote Mounting Kit
66
Residual Current Device
7
S
S200 Switches 1-4
16
Serial Communication
21
Set-up Number
19
Set-up Software
19
Side-by-side Installation
9
Slip Compensation
44, 49
Smart Logic
52
Special Conditions
65
Special Functions
52
Specifications
59
Status Menu
20, 21
Status Word According To Fc Profile (stw)
39
Surroundings
63
Switches
16
T
Terminal 60 Filter Time Constant
24
Terminal 60 High Current
24
Terminal 60 High Feedback Value
24
Terminal 60 Low Current
24
Terminal 60 Low Feedback Value
24
Thermistor
44
Thermistor Resource
49
Troubleshooting
55
U
Ul Compliance
12
Unit
20
V
Value
20
Voltage Level
62
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Warnings And Alarms
70
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GE Consumer & Industrial
Electrical Distribution
AF-60 LPTM Micro Drive
Operating Instructions
The instructions do not purport to cover all details or variations in equipment nor to provide for every possible
contingency to be met in connection with installation, operation or maintenance. Should further information be
desired or should particular problems arise which are not covered sufficiently for the purchaser’s purposes, the
matter should be referred to the GE company.
AF-60 LP is a trademark of the General Electric Company.
GE Consumer & Industrial
41 Woodford Avenue
Plainville, CT 06062
www.geelectrical.com/drives
132R0040
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