VSD Series II Installation Manual

VSD Series II Installation Manual
VSD Series II
Installation Manual
Effective October 2012
New Information
VSD Series II
Important Notice–Please Read
The product discussed in this literature is subject to terms and conditions outlined
in Johnson Controls Inc. selling policies. The sole source governing the rights and
remedies of any purchaser of this equipment is the relevant Johnson Controls Inc.
selling policy.
NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR MERCHANTABILITY, OR
WARRANTIES ARISING FROM COURSE OF DEALING OR USAGE OF TRADE,
ARE MADE REGARDING THE INFORMATION, RECOMMENDATIONS AND
DESCRIPTIONS CONTAINED HEREIN. In no event will Johnson Controls Inc. or
Eaton Electrical Inc. be responsible to the purchaser or user in contract, in tort
(including negligence), strict liability or otherwise for any special, indirect, incidental
or consequential damage or loss whatsoever, including but not limited to damage or
loss of use of equipment, plant or power system, cost of capital, loss of power,
additional expenses in the use of existing power facilities, or claims against the
purchaser or user by its customers resulting from the use of the information,
recommendations and descriptions contained herein.
The information contained in this manual is subject to change without notice.
Cover Photo: Johnson Controls® VSD Series II Drive
Warranty and Liability Information
In accordance with details on next page, Johnson Controls Inc. warrants the product
delivered in the Johnson Controls shipping package to be free from defects in
material and workmanship, under normal use and service. Products that fail during
this period will be repaired or replaced at Johnson Controls discretion, with the
same or a functionally equivalent product, provided the original purchaser (A) returns
the failed product, and (B) provides proof of original date of purchase. The original
purchaser of the product must obtain a Johnson Controls Return Material
Authorization (RMA) number prior to returning any defective product. (When
purchased through an Authorized Distributor, the Distributor should supply an
RMA number to their customer.)
The maximum liability of this warranty is limited to the purchase price of the
product. In no event, regardless of cause, shall Johnson Controls Inc. or Eaton
Electrical Inc. be liable (a) for penalties or penalty clauses of any description, or (b)
for certification not otherwise specifically provided herein and/or indemnification of
purchaser or others for costs, damages or expenses, each arising out of or related to
the product or services of any order or (c) for any damages resulting from loss of
profits, use of products or for any incidental indirect or consequential damages,
even if advised of the possibility of such damages.
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Standard Warranty
Subject to the limitations and conditions stated herein, that all new Series II VSD
products shall be free from defects in material and workmanship and shall deliver
their rated output as indicated on the nameplates for a period of thirty (30) months
from date of shipment.
This warranty shall provide coverage for replacement parts only and does not cover
failure or damage due to storage, installation, operation or maintenance not in
conformance with Johnson Controls recommendations and industry standard
practice or due to accident, misuse, abuse or negligence. In addition, this warranty
does not cover reimbursement for labor, including any removal/installation expenses
which may be incurred in connection with repair or replacement, unless otherwise
agreed upon by Johnson Controls.
Warranty with Certified Start-Up
Provided the equipment is commissioned by an authorized EATON® service
provider (including individuals certified through Johnson Controls VSD Start-up/
Commissioning Certification Training), JOHNSON CONTROLS warrants that all
new Series II VSD products shall be free from defects in material and workmanship
and shall deliver their rated output as indicated on the nameplates for a period of
thirty-nine (39) months from date of shipment.
This warranty shall provide coverage for replacement parts and on-site labor,
including any removal/installation expenses associated with the warranty claim.
Return Authorization/General Returns
Product Description
Credit
Open, Type 1, Type 12 Drives
100%
Intellipass® and Intellidisconnect Type 1, Type 12 and Type 3R Enclosed Branded Drives
85%
Custom Engineered Drives and Obsolete Products
0%
1. JOHNSON CONTROLS agrees to accept VSD Open products for return and
without penalty or restocking charge. JOHNSON CONTROLS will issue a 100%
credit—provided the product is in its original unopened package and is returned
within 120 days of receipt of product by JOHNSON CONTROLS.
2. JOHNSON CONTROLS agrees to accept VSD Intellipass and Intellidisconnect
Drives with a 15% restocking fee provided the product is in its original
unopened package and is returned within 120 days of receipt of product by
JOHNSON CONTROLS.
3. JOHNSON CONTROLS shall promptly refund or credit said customer for any
and all payments made by the buyer for such product(s). The buyer will be
responsible for all freight charges associated with products authorized for return
to JOHNSON CONTROLS.
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VSD Series II
Support Services
The goal of Johnson Controls is to ensure your greatest possible satisfaction with the
operation of our products. We are dedicated to providing fast, friendly, and accurate
assistance. Whether it’s by phone, fax, or e-mail, you can access support information
listed below.
You should contact your local Johnson Controls Sales Representative for product pricing,
availability, ordering, expediting, and repairs.
Web Site
Use the Johnson Controls Web site to find product information.
Web Site Address
www.johnsoncontrols.com –> HVAC Controls –> Variable Speed Drives
Johnson Controls Product Sales Operation
Call the Johnson Controls PSO Team if you need assistance with placing an order, stock
availability or proof of shipment, expediting an existing order, emergency shipments, product
price information and returns (including warranty returns).
Voice: 1-800-ASK-JNSN [275-5676] (US); 1-800-321-4023 (CA)
FAX: 1-800-356-1191 (US); 1-800-321-4024 (CA)
Support Hours of Operation: Monday–Friday, 6:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. CST
(No evening or weekend Customer Service hours).
If you are in the U.S. or Canada, you can take advantage of our toll-free line for technical
assistance. Technical support engineers are available for calls during regular business hours.
Johnson Controls Field Support Center
1-888-281-3792 Monday–Friday, 7:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. CST
email: CGFieldSupportCenter@jci.com
For emergency assistance, contact: Eaton Technical Resource Center
Voice: 877-ETN-CARE (386-2273) (8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. EST)
FAX: 828-651-0549
e-mail: TRC@Eaton.com
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Table of Contents
SAFETY
Before Commencing the Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Definitions and Symbols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hazardous High Voltage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Warnings and Cautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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ENGINEERING
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Electrical Power Network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Safety and Switching . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
EMC Measures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Motor and Application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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SYSTEM OVERVIEW
Component Identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selection Criteria . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Proper Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Maintenance and Inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Service and Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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VSD SERIES II OVERVIEW
How to Use this Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Receiving and Inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Catalog Number Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power Ratings and Product Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Electrical Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
Standard Mounting Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
NEMA Type 1/12 Open Drives (1–250 hp) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power Wiring Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cable Routing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Control Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
EMC Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Checking the Cable and Motor Insulation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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APPENDIX A
Technical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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APPENDIX B
Cable Power and Motor Wiring Guidelines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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APPENDIX C
Dimension Drawings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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List of Figures
Drive System (PDS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AC Power Networks with Grounded Center Point
(TN-/TT Networks) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
EMC Environment and Category . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Parallel Connection of Several Motors to One Frequency Inverter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Example of a Motor Ratings Plate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Star and Delta Circuit Types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
V/Hz-Characteristic Curve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Bypass Motor Control (Example) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
VSD Series II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Description of the VSD Series II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Block Diagram, Elements of VSD Series II Frequency Inverters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selection Criteria . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Rating Plate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Approval Sticker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Carton Labels (U.S. and Europe) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mounting Space . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Input Power and Motor Cable Stripping Lengths . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wiring the VSD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
VSD Series II Variable Speed Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
EMC-Compliant Setup (Example: VSD Series II) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cable Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Locations of the EMC-Jumpers in Frames FS4 to FS6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Three-Phase Input Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connection to Power Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ground Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing the Jumper, FS5 as Example . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Grounding Bar Location, FS8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing the EMC Jumper, FS7 and FS8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Detaching the DC Grounding Bus Bar from Frame, FS7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Molex Connector Placement, FS9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing the EMC Jumper, FS9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Product Modified Sticker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FS4 Dimension Drawing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FS4 Dimension Drawing Flange Mount . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FS5 Dimension Drawing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FS5 Dimension Drawing Flange Mount . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FS6 Dimension Drawing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FS6 Dimension Drawing Flange Mount . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FS7 Dimension Drawing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FS7 Dimension Drawing Flange Mount . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FS8 Dimension Drawing IP00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FS8 Dimension Drawing IP2154 Flange Mount . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FS8 Dimension Drawing Flange Mount . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FS9 Dimension Drawing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FS9 Dimension Drawing IP2154 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FS9 Dimension Drawing Flange Mount . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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List of Tables
Identification on the Residual-Current Circuit-Breakers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Assignment of Frequency Inverters to Example Motor Circuit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Maintenance Measures and Intervals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
VSD Series II Open Drives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
NEMA Type 1/IP21 or NEMA Type 12/IP54 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
NEMA Type 1/IP21 or NEMA Type 12/IP54 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
VSD Series II Variable Speed Drive Option Boards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Space Requirements for Mounting the VSD Series II VSD and Airflow . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mounting Drive Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power Connection Tightening Torque . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Spacing Between Parallel Motor Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Maximum Cable Length by Frame Size without DV/DT Protected C2 Ratings . . . . . . .
Input Power and Motor Cable Stripping and Wire Lengths . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
International EMC Protection Cable Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
VSD Series II Technical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Standard I/O Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Relay Board 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Relay Board 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
North America Cable and Fuse Sizes—208–240 Vac Ratings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
North America Cable and Fuse Sizes—380–480 Vac Ratings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
International Cable and Fuse Sizes 380–480 Vac Ratings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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VSD Series II
Safety
Warning!
Dangerous Electrical Voltage!
Before Commencing the Installation
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Disconnect the power supply of the device
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Ensure that devices cannot be accidentally restarted
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Verify isolation from the supply
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Earth and short circuit the device
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Cover or enclose any adjacent live components
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Follow the engineering instructions (IL04020001E) for the
device concerned
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Only suitably qualified personnel in accordance with
EN 50110-1/-2 (VDE 0105 Part 100) may work on this
device/system
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Before installation and before touching the device ensure
that you are free of electrostatic charge
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The functional earth (FE, PES) must be connected to the
protective earth (PE) or the potential equalization. The
system installer is responsible for implementing this
connection
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Connecting cables and signal lines should be installed so
that inductive or capacitive interference does not impair
the automation functions
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Install automation devices and related operating elements
in such a way that they are well protected against
unintentional operation
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Suitable safety hardware and software measures should
be implemented for the I/O interface so that an open
circuit on the signal side does not result in undefined
states in the automation devices
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Ensure a reliable electrical isolation of the extra-low
voltage of the 24V supply. Only use power supply units
complying with IEC 60364-4-41 (VDE 0100 Part 410) or
HD384.4.41 S2
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Deviations of the input voltage from the rated value must
not exceed the tolerance limits given in the specifications,
otherwise this may cause malfunction and dangerous
operation
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Emergency stop devices complying with IEC/EN 60204-1
must be effective in all operating modes of the automation
devices. Unlatching the emergency-stop devices must not
cause a restart
Devices that are designed for mounting in housings or
control cabinets must only be operated and controlled
after they have been installed and with the housing closed.
Desktop or portable units must only be operated and
controlled in enclosed housings
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Measures should be taken to ensure the proper restart of
programs interrupted after a voltage dip or failure. This
should not cause dangerous operating states even for a
short time. If necessary, emergency-stop devices should
be implemented
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Wherever faults in the automation system may cause
injury or material damage, external measures must be
implemented to ensure a safe operating state in the event
of a fault or malfunction (for example, by means of
separate limit switches, mechanical interlocks, and so on)
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Depending on their degree of protection, variable speed
drives may contain live bright metal parts, moving or
rotating components, or hot surfaces during and
immediately after operation
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Removal of the required covers, improper installation, or
incorrect operation of motor or variable speed drive may
cause the failure of the device and may lead to serious
injury or damage
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The applicable national accident prevention and safety
regulations apply to all work carried out on live variable
speed drives
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The electrical installation must be carried out in
accordance with the relevant regulations (for example,
with regard to cable cross sections, fuses, PE)
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Transport, installation, commissioning, and maintenance
work must be carried out only by qualified personnel
(IEC 60364, HD 384 and national occupational safety
regulations)
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Installations containing variable speed drives must be
provided with additional monitoring and protective devices
in accordance with the applicable safety regulations.
Modifications to the variable speed drives using the
operating software are permitted
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All covers and doors must be kept closed during operation
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To reduce hazards for people or equipment, the user must
include in the machine design measures that restrict the
consequences of a malfunction or failure of the drive
(increased motor speed or sudden standstill of motor).
These measures include:
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Other independent devices for monitoring safety-related
variables (speed, travel, end positions, and so on)
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Electrical or non-electrical system-wide measures
(electrical or mechanical interlocks)
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Never touch live parts or cable connections of the
variable speed drive after it has been disconnected from
the power supply. Due to the charge in the capacitors,
these parts may still be live after disconnection. Fit
appropriate warning signs
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Safety
Definitions and Symbols
Warnings and Cautions
WARNING
This symbol indicates high voltage. It calls your
attention to items or operations that could be dangerous
to you and other persons operating this equipment.
Read the message and follow the instructions carefully.
CAUTION
When selecting the cable cross-section, take the voltage
drop under load conditions into account.
The consideration of other standards (for example, VDE 0113
or VDE 0289) is the responsibility of the user.
CAUTION
This symbol is the “Safety Alert Symbol.” It occurs with
either of two signal words: CAUTION or WARNING, as
described below.
WARNING
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, can result in serious injury or death.
The specified minimum PE conductor
(EN 50178, VDE 0160) must be maintained.
WARNING
With frequency inverters, only AC/DC sensitive residual
current circuit breakers (RCD type B) are to be used
(EN 50178, IEC 755).
CAUTION
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, can result in minor to moderate injury, or serious
damage to the product. The situation described in the
CAUTION may, if not avoided, lead to serious results.
Important safety measures are described in CAUTION (as
well as WARNING).
CAUTION
Debounced inputs may not be used in the safety circuit
diagram.
Residual current circuit breakers (RCD) are only to be
installed between the AC power supply network and the
frequency inverter.
CAUTION
Hazardous High Voltage
WARNING
Motor control equipment and electronic controllers are
connected to hazardous line voltages. When servicing
drives and electronic controllers, there may be exposed
components with housings or protrusions at or above
line potential. Extreme care should be taken to protect
against shock.
Stand on an insulating pad and make it a habit to use only
one hand when checking components. Always work with
another person in case an emergency occurs. Disconnect
power before checking controllers or performing
maintenance. Be sure equipment is properly grounded. Wear
safety glasses whenever working on electronic controllers or
rotating machinery.
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cross-sections
Debounced inputs may not be used in the safety circuit
diagram.
If you are connecting multiple motors on one frequency
inverter, you must design the contactors for the individual
motors according to utilization category AC-3.
Selecting the motor contactor is done according to the rated
operational current of the motor to be connected.
CAUTION
Debounced inputs may not be used in the safety circuit
diagram.
A changeover between the frequency inverter and the input
supply must take place in a voltage-free state.
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WARNING
CAUTION
The frequency inverter outputs (U, V, W) must not be
connected to the input voltage (destruction of the
device, risk of fire).
CAUTION
Debounced inputs may not be used in the safety circuit
diagram.
Debounced inputs may not be used in the safety circuit
diagram.
Ground contact currents in frequency inverters are greater
than 3.5 mA (AC). According to product standard IEC/EN
61800-5-1, an additional equipment grounding conductor
must be connected, or the cross-section of the equipment
grounding conductor must be at least 0.39 in2 (10 mm2).
Switch S1 must switch only when frequency inverter T1 is at
zero current.
WARNING
Carry out wiring work only after the frequency inverter
has been correctly mounted and secured.
WARNING
The components in the frequency inverter’s power
section remain energized up to five (5) minutes after the
supply voltage has been switched off (intermediate
circuit capacitor discharging time).
Pay attention to hazard warnings!
WARNING
Electric shock hazard—risk of injuries!
Carry out wiring work only if the unit is de-energized.
CAUTION
DANGER
5 MIN
WARNING
Debounced inputs may not be used in the safety circuit
diagram.
Do not perform any modifications on the AC drive when
it is connected to mains.
Fire hazard!
Only use cables, protective switches, and contactors that
feature the indicated permissible nominal current value.
CAUTION
Before connecting the AC drive to mains make sure that the
EMC protection class settings of the drive are appropriately
made.
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Engineering
Introduction
This chapter describes the most important features in the energy circuit of a drive system (PDS
= Power Drive System) that you should take into consideration in your project planning.
Drive System (PDS)
L1
L2
햲
L3
PE
Item
Number
1
Network configuration, input voltage, input frequency,
interaction with p.f. correction systems
2
Breakers, fuses, and cable cross-sections
I> I> I>
3
Protection of persons and domestic animals with
residual-current protective devices
RCD
4
Input contactor
5
Frequency inverter: mounting, installation; power connection;
EMC measures; circuit examples
6
Motor reactor, dv/dt filter, sine-wave filter
7
Motor protection; thermistor
8
Cable lengths, motor cables, shielding (EMC)
9
Motor and application, parallel operation of multiple motors
on a frequency inverter, bypass circuit; DC braking
햳
햴
Description
햵
L1 L2 L3 PE
햶
PE U
V
W
#
햷
햸
PES
햹
PES
M
3~
햺
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Electrical Power Network
Input Connection and Configuration
Input Voltage and Frequency
The VSD Series II frequency inverters can be connected and
operated with all control-point grounded AC power networks
(see IEC 60364 for more information).
The standardized input voltages (IEC 60038, VDE017-1) for
energy suppliers (EVU) guarantee the following conditions at
the transition points:
AC Power Networks with Grounded Center Point
(TN-/TT Networks)
L1
L2
L3
N
PE
L1
L2
L3
PEN
While planning the project, consider a symmetrical
distribution to the three external conductors, if multiple
frequency inverters with single-phase supplies are to be
connected. The total current of all single-phase consumers is
not to cause an overload of the neutral conductor
(N-conductor).
The connection and operation of frequency inverters to
asymmetrically grounded TN networks (phase-grounded
Delta network “Grounded Delta”, USA) or non-grounded or
high-resistance grounded (over 30 ohms) IT networks is only
conditionally permissible.
If the VSD Series II frequency inverters are connected to an
asymmetrically grounded network or to an IT network
(non-grounded, insulated), the internal interference
suppression filter must be disconnected (unscrew the screw
marked EMC, see “Installation in IT System” on Page 33).
The required filtering for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
is then no longer present.
●
Deviation from the rated value of voltage: maximum ±10%
●
Deviation in voltage phase balance: maximum ±3%
●
Deviation from rated value of the frequency:
maximum ±4%
The broad tolerance band of the VSD Series II frequency
inverter considers the rated value for European as
(EU: ULN = 230V/400V, 50 Hz) and American as
(USA: ULN = 240V/480V, 60 Hz) standard voltages:
● 230V, 50 Hz (EU) and 240V, 60 Hz (USA) at HMX32
●
400V, 50 Hz (EU) and 480V, 60 Hz (USA) at HMX34_
For the bottom voltage value, the permitted voltage drop of
4% in the consumer circuits is also taken into account,
therefore a total of ULN –14%.
●
200V device class (HMX32):
208V –10% to 240V +10% (188V –0% to 264V +0%)
●
400V device class (HMX34):
380V –10% to 480V +10% (342V –0% to 528V +0%)
The permitted frequency range is 50/60 Hz (48 Hz –0%
–66 Hz +0%).
Measures for electromagnetic compatibility are mandatory in
a drive system in order to meet the legal requirements for
EMC and low voltage regulations.
Good grounding measures are a prerequisite for the effective
insert of further measures such as shielding or filters.
Without respective grounding measures, further steps are
superfluous.
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Voltage Balance
Idle Power Compensation Devices
Because of the uneven loading on the conductor, and with
the direct connection of greater power ratings, deviations
from the ideal voltage form and asymmetrical voltages can
be caused in three-phase AC power networks. These
asymmetric divergences in the input voltage can lead to
different loading of the diodes in input rectifiers with
three-phase supplied frequency inverters, and as a result,
an advance failure of this diode.
Compensation on the power supply side is not required for
VSD Series II frequency inverters. From the AC power supply
network, they take on very little reactive power of the
fundamental harmonics (cos ~ 0.98).
In the project planning for the connection of three-phase
supplied frequency inverters (HMX32, HMX34), consider
only AC power networks that handle permitted asymmetric
divergences in the input voltage +3%.
In the project planning for the connection of frequency
inverters to AC power networks with undefined
circumstances, consider using main chokes.
In the AC power networks with non-choked idle current
compensation devices, current deviations can enable parallel
resonance and undefinable circumstances.
If this condition is not fulfilled, or symmetry at the connection
location is not known, the use of an assigned main choke is
recommended.
Total Harmonic Distortion (THD)
The THD (Total Harmonic Distortion) is a measurement for
the occurring harmonic distortion of the sinusoidal oscillation
(input power side) input variables with the frequency
inverter. It is given in percent of the total value.
2
K =
2
2
U 2 + U 3 + U 4 + ... + U n 2
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- • 100%
2
2
2
2
2
U 1 + U 2 + U 3 + U 4 + ... + U n
U1 = fundamental component
THD k = 0.1
K = 10% ~ –20 dB (THD suppression)
2
2
2
2
U 2 + U 3 + U 4 + ... + U n
THD = ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------U1
With VSD Series II frequency inverters, the permitted value
for the total harmonic distortion THD is >120%.
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Safety and Switching
Fuses and Cable Cross-Sections
Residual-Current Device (RCD)
The fuses and wire cross-sections allocated for power-side
connections depend on the rated input current ILN of the
frequency inverter (without input reactor).
RCD (Residual Current Device): Residual current device,
residual current circuit breaker (FI circuit breaker).
CAUTION
When selecting the cable cross-section, take the voltage
drop under load conditions into account.
Residual current circuit breakers protect persons and animals
from the existence (not the origination) of impermissibly high
contact voltages. They prevent dangerous, and in some
cases deadly injuries caused by electrical accidents, and also
serve as fire prevention.
The consideration of other standards (for example, VDE 0113
or VDE 0289) is the responsibility of the user.
WARNING
The national and regional standards (for example VDE 0113,
EN 60204) must be observed and the necessary approvals
(for example UL) at the site of installation must be fulfilled.
With frequency inverters, only AC/DC sensitive residual
current circuit breakers (RCD type B) are to be used
(EN 50178, IEC 755).
When the device is operated in a UL-approved system, use
only UL-approved breakers, fuses, fuse bases, and cables.
Identification on the Residual-Current Circuit-Breakers
The leakage currents to ground (to EN 50178) are greater
than 3.5 mA. The connection terminals marked PE and the
housing must be connected with the ground circuit.
CAUTION
The specified minimum PE conductor
(EN 50178, VDE 0160) must be maintained.
AC/DC sensitive
(RCD, type B)
Frequency inverters work internally with rectified AC
currents. If an error occurs, the DC currents can block a type
A RCD circuit breaker from triggering and therefore disable
the protective functionality.
cross-sections
CAUTION
Choose the cross-section of the PE conductor in the motor
lines at least as large as the cross-section of the phase lines
(U, V, W).
Debounced inputs may not be used in the safety circuit
diagram.
Cables and Fuses
Residual current circuit breakers (RCD) are only to be
installed between the AC power supply network and the
frequency inverter.
The cross-sections of the cables and line protection fuses
used must correspond with local standards.
For an installation in accordance with UL guidelines, the
fuses and copper cable that are UL-approved and have a
heat-resistance of 167° to 194°F (75° to 90°C) are to be used.
Use power cables with insulation according to the specified
input voltages for the permanent installation. A shielded
cable is not required on the input side.
A completely (360°) shielded low impedance cable is
required on the motor side. The length of the motor cable
depends on the RFI class and must not exceed 500 ft (153m)
without additional filtering.
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Safety-relevant leakage currents can occur while handling
and when operating the frequency inverter, if the frequency
inverter is not grounded (because of a fault).
Leakage currents to ground are mainly caused by foreign
capacities with frequency inverters; between the motor
phases and the shielding of the motor cable and via the
Y-capacitors of the noise filter. The size of the leakage
current is mainly dependent upon the:
●
length of the motor cable
●
shielding of the motor cable
●
height of the pulse frequency (switching frequency of the
inverter)
●
design of the noise filter
●
grounding measures at the site of the motor
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The leakage current to ground is greater than 3.5 mA with a
frequency inverter. Based on the requirements of EN 50178,
an increased ground (PE) has to be connected. The cable
cross-section must be at least 10 mm2 or consist of two
separately connected ground cables.
Residual current circuit breakers must be suitable for:
●
the protection of installations with DC current component
in case of fault scenario (RCD type B)
●
high leakage currents (300 mA)
●
brief discharges of pulse current spikes
Input Contactor
The input contactor enables an operational switching on and
off of the supply voltage for the frequency inverter, and
switching off in case of a fault.
EMC Measures
Electrical components in a system (machine) have a
reciprocal effect on each other. Each device not only emits
interference but is also affected by it. The interference can
be produced by galvanic, capacitive, and/or inductive
sources, or by electromagnetic radiation. In practice, the limit
between line-conducted interference and emitted
interference is around 30 MHz. Above 30 MHz, cables and
conductors act like antennas that radiate electromagnetic
waves.
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) for frequency controlled
drives (variable speed drives) is implemented in accordance
with product standard IEC/EN 61800-3. This includes the
complete power drive system (PDS), from the input supply to
the motor, including all components, as well as cables (see
figure on Page 1). This type of drive system can consist of
several individual drives.
The generic standards of the individual components in a PDS
compliant with IEC/EN 61800-3 do not apply. These
component manufacturers, however, must offer solutions
that ensure standards-compliant use.
The input contactor is designed based on the input current
(ILN) of the frequency inverter and the utilization category
AC-1 (IEC 60947). Input contactors and the assignment to
VSD Series II frequency inverters are explained in the
appendix.
In Europe, maintaining the EMC guidelines is mandatory.
While planning the project, make sure that inching operation
is not done via the input contactor of the frequency inverter
on frequency-controlled drives, but through a controller input
of the frequency inverter.
The maximum permitted operating frequency of the input
voltage with the VSD Series II frequency inverter is one time
per minute (normal operation).
A declaration of conformity (CE) always refers to a “typical”
power drive system (PDS). The responsibility to comply with
the legally stipulated limit values and thus the provision of
electromagnetic compatibility is ultimately the responsibility
of the end user or system operator. This operator must also
take measures to minimize or remove emission in the
environment concerned (see figure below). He must also use
means to increase the interference immunity of the devices
of the system.
With their high interference immunity up to category C2,
VSD Series II frequency inverters are ideal for use in
commercial networks (1st environment).
EMC Environment and Category
Public Medium-Voltage Supply Grid
Measuring
Point
Public
Low-Voltage
Supply Grid
Industry
Grid 1
Industry
Grid 2
Category C1
Category C1/C2
1st Enviroment
Category C3/C4
Category C3/C4
2nd Enviroment
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Motor and Application
Motor Selection
General recommendations for motor selection:
●
Use three-phase powered asynchronous motors with
short-circuit rotors and surface cooling, also called
asynchronous motors or standard motors for the
frequency-controlled drive system (PDS). Other
specifications such as external rotor motors, slip-ring
motors, reluctance motors, synchronous or servo
motors can also be run with a frequency inverter, but
normally require additional planning and discussion
with the motor manufacturer
●
Use only motors with at least heat class F
(311°F [155°C] maximum steady state temperature)
●
Four-pole motors are preferred (synchronous speed:
1500 min–1 at 50 Hz or 1800 min–1 at 60 Hz)
●
Take the operating conditions into account for S1 operation
(IEC 60034-1)
●
When operating multiple motors in parallel on one
frequency inverter, the motor output should not be more
than three power classes apart
●
Ensure that the motor is not overdimensioned. If a motor
in speed control mode is underdimensioned, the motor
rating must only be one rating level lower
Connecting Motors in Parallel
The VSD Series II frequency inverters allow parallel operation
of several motors using multi-pump application control mode:
●
Multi-pump application: several motors with the same or
different rated operational data. The sum of all motor
currents must be less than the frequency inverter’s rated
operational current
●
Multi-pump application: parallel control of several motors.
The sum of the motor currents plus the motors’ inrush
currents must be less than the frequency inverter’s rated
operational current
Parallel operation at different motor speeds can be
implemented only by changing the number of pole pairs and/
or changing the motor’s transmission ratio.
Parallel Connection of Several Motors to
One Frequency Inverter
Q11
Q13
F2
F1
U1 V1 W1
3
˜
F3
U1 V1 W1
M
M1
U1 V1 W1
M
M2
3
˜
M
M3
3
˜
Connecting motors in parallel reduces the load resistance at
the frequency inverter output. The total stator inductance is
lower and the leakage capacity of the lines greater. As a
result, the current distortion is greater than in a single-motor
circuit. To reduce the current distortion, you should use
motor reactors (see [1] in figure above) in the output of the
frequency inverter.
The current consumption of all motors connected in parallel
must not exceed the frequency inverter’s rated output
current I2N.
Electronic motor protection cannot be used when operating
the frequency inverter with several parallel connected
motors. You must, however, protect each motor with
thermistors and/or overload relays.
The use of a motor protective circuit breaker at the frequency
inverter’s output can lead to nuisance tripping.
CAUTION
Debounced inputs may not be used in the safety circuit
diagram.
If you are connecting multiple motors on one frequency
inverter, you must design the contactors for the individual
motors according to utilization category AC-3.
Selecting the motor contactor is done according to the rated
operational current of the motor to be connected.
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Motor and Circuit Type
The motor’s stator winding can be connected in a star or
delta configuration, in accordance with the rated operational
data on the nameplate.
Example of a Motor Ratings Plate
230
With the 87-Hz characteristic curve, the motor also works in
the range from 50 to 87 Hz with an unattenuated field. The
pull-out torque remains at the same level as in input
operation with 50 Hz.
3.5/2 A
0.79
50 Hz
/400
V
S1 0.75 kW
1430 RPM
Because of the higher thermal loading, using only the next
higher motor output according to the list (1.1 kW) is
recommended. The motor (in this example) therefore still has
1.47-fold higher output compared with the listed output
(0.75 kW).
cos
The heat class of the motor must be at least F in 87-Hz
operation.
V/Hz-Characteristic Curve
Star and Delta Circuit Types
U2 (V)
U1
V1 W1
W2 U2 V2
U1
400
V1 W1
W2 U2 V2
230
The three-phase motor with the rating plate based on the
figure shown above, can be run in a star or delta connection.
The operational characteristic curve is determined by the
ratio of motor voltage and motor frequency, in this case.
87-Hz Characteristic Curve
In the delta circuit with 400V and 87 Hz, the motor shown in
the figure above was released with three times-fold output
(~1.3 kW).
0
50
87
fmax f (Hz)
The following table shows the allocation of possible
frequency inverters depending on the input voltage and the
type of circuit.
Assignment of Frequency Inverters to Example Motor Circuit (See Figure Above)
Frequency Inverters
VS3D7210B-00000
VS3D4410B-00000
VS4D8410BB-00000
Rated operational current
3.7A
3.4A
4.8A
Input voltage
3 AC 230V
3 AC 400V
3 AC 400V
Motor circuit
Delta
Star
Delta
V/Hz-characteristic curve
Motor current
3.5A
2.0A
3.5A
Motor voltage (ratings plate)
230V
400V
230V
Motor speed
1430 min–1
1430 min–1
2474 min–1 Motor frequency
50 Hz
50 Hz
87 Hz Notes
Star connection: 400V, 50 Hz.
Delta connection: 230V, 50 Hz.
Delta connection: 400V, 87 Hz.
Note the permitted limit values of the motor.
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Bypass Operation
If you want to have the option of operating the motor with
the frequency inverter or directly from the input supply, the
input branches must be interlocked mechanically.
CAUTION
Debounced inputs may not be used in the safety circuit
diagram.
A changeover between the frequency inverter and the input
supply must take place in a voltage-free state.
WARNING
The frequency inverter outputs (U, V, W) must not be
connected to the input voltage (destruction of the
device, risk of fire).
CAUTION
Debounced inputs may not be used in the safety circuit
diagram.
Switch S1 must switch only when frequency inverter T1 is at
zero current.
Contactors and switches (S1) in the frequency inverter
output and for the direct start must be designed based on
utilization category AC-3 for the rated operational current of
the motor.
Connecting EX Motors
Note the following when connecting explosion-protected
motors:
●
The frequency inverter must be installed outside the EX
area
●
Note the branch- and country-specific standards for
explosion-protected areas (ATEX 100a)
●
Note the standards and information of the motor
manufacturer regarding operation on frequency inverters—
for example, if motor reactors (du/dt-limiting) or sinus
filters are specified
●
Temperature monitors in the motor windings (thermistor,
thermo-Click) are not to be connected directly to frequency
inverters but must be connected via an approved trigger
apparatus for EX areas
Bypass Motor Control (Example)
L1 L2 L3
Q1
I> I> I>
Q11
L1 L2 L3
T1 U V W
S1
M1
M
3~
Item
Number
Description
1
Input/bypass contactor
2
Output contactor
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System Overview
Component Identification
VSD Series II
Description of the VSD Series II
1
1
2
4
5
2
BYPASS
Back
2 sec.
OK
HOA
BYPASS
STOP
RESET
START
Back
2 sec.
STOP
RESET
OK
3
HOA
START
3
Item
Number
Description
1
Frequency inverter VS
2
I/O option boards
3
Motor reactor DEX-LM3, sinusoidal filter SFB400
4
Keypad
4
Item
Number
Description
1
Mounting holes
2
Device fan
3
Front cover
4
Power terminals
5
Keypad with display
Features
The VSD Series II frequency inverter converts the voltage
and frequency of an existing AC network into a DC voltage.
This DC voltage is used to generate a three-phase AC voltage
with adjustable frequency and assigned amplitude values for
the variable speed control of three-phase asynchronous
motors.
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Block Diagram, Elements of VSD Series II Frequency Inverters
R+
R–
U/T1
L1
+
L2
V/T2
L3
W/T3
PE
PE
M
3~
EMC
Item
Number
Description
1
Supply L1, L2/N, L3, PE, input supply voltage U LN = Ue at 50/60 Hz:
200V class, three-phase input connection (3 AC 230V/240V)
400V class, three-phase input connection (3 AC 400V/480V)
2
Internal interference suppression filter, category C2 to IEC/EN 61800-3
EMC-connection of internal interference suppression filter to PE
3
Rectifier bridge, converts the AC voltage of the electrical network into DC voltage
4
DC link with charging resistor, capacitor and switching mode power supply unit
(SMPS = Switching Mode Power Supply):
DC link voltage UDC with three-phase input connection (3 AC): U DC = 1.41 x ULN
Inverter. The IGBT based inverter converts the DC voltage of the DC link (U DC) into a three-phase AC voltage (U2) with variable amplitude and
frequency (f2). Sinusoidal pulse width modulation (PWM) with V/f control can be switched to speed control with slip compensation
Motor connection U/T1, V/T2, W/T3 with output voltage U 2 (0–100% Ue) and output frequency f2 (0–320 Hz) output current (I2):
230V: 3.7–310A
480V: 3.4–310A
100% at an ambient temperature of 104°F (40°C) with an overload capacity of 110% for 60s every 600s and a starting current of 200% for 2s every 20s
5
6
7
Keypad with control buttons, graphic display, control voltage, control signal terminals, microswitches, and interface for the PC interface module
(option)
8
Three-phase asynchronous motor, variable speed control of three-phase asynchronous motor for assigned motor shaft power values (P 2):
230V: 0.55–90 kW (230V, 50 Hz) or 0.75–125 hp (230V, 60 Hz)
480V: 1.1–160 kW (400V, 50 Hz) or 1.5–250 hp (460V, 60 Hz)
9
DC link—chokes, to minimize current harmonics
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Selection Criteria
The frequency inverter [3] is selected according to the supply
voltage ULN of the input supply [1] and the rated current of
the assigned motor [2]. The circuit type ( / ) of the motor
must be selected according to the supply voltage [1]. The
rated output current Ie of the frequency inverter must be
greater than/equal to the rated motor current.
Selection Criteria
U, I, f
The parallel connection of multiple motors in the output of
the frequency inverter is only permitted with V/Hzcharacteristic curve control.
1
If you connect a motor to an operational frequency inverter,
the motor draws a multiple of its rated operational current.
When you select a frequency inverter, make sure that the
starting current plus the sum of the currents of the running
motors will not exceed the rated output current of the
frequency inverter.
3
BACK
RESET
OK
When connecting multiple motors in parallel to the output of
a frequency inverter, the motor currents are added
geometrically—separated by effective and idle current
components. When you select a frequency inverter, make
sure that it can supply the total resulting current. If
necessary, for dampening and compensating the deviating
current values, motor reactors or sinusoidal filters must be
connected between the frequency inverter and the motor.
LOC
REM
I
Switching in the output of the frequency inverter is only
permitted with V/Hz-characteristic curve control.
2
400/690V
/
7.5 kW
1410 min–1
15.2/8.8A
cos
0.82
50 Hz
When selecting the drive, the following criteria must be
known:
●
Type of motor (three-phase asynchronous motor)
●
Input voltage = rated operating voltage of the motor
(for example, 3 AC~400V)
●
Rated motor current (guide value, dependent on the circuit
type and the supply voltage)
●
Load torque (quadratic, constant)
●
Starting torque
●
Ambient temperature (rated value 122°F [50°C])
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System Overview
Proper Use
Maintenance and Inspection
The VSD Series II frequency inverters are not domestic
appliances. They are designed only for use as HVAC or
pumping system components.
VSD Series II frequency inverters are maintenance free.
However, external influences may affect the function and the
lifespan of the VSD Series II frequency inverter. We
therefore recommend that the devices are checked regularly
and the following maintenance measures are carried out at
the specified intervals.
The VSD Series II frequency inverters are electrical apparatus
for controlling variable speed drives with three-phase motors.
They are designed for installation in machines or for use in
combination with other components within a machine or
system.
There are no plans for replacing or repairing individual
components of VSD Series II frequency inverters.
After installation in a machine, the frequency inverters must
not be taken into operation until the associated machine has
been confirmed to comply with the safety requirements of
Machinery Safety Directive (MSD) 89/392/EEC (meets the
requirements of EN 60204). The user of the equipment is
responsible for ensuring that the machine use complies with
the relevant EU Directives.
If the VSD Series II frequency inverter is damaged by
external influences, repair is not possible. Dispose of the
device in accordance with the respectively applicable
environmental laws and provisions for the disposal of
electrical or electronic devices.
The CE markings on the VSD Series II frequency inverter
confirm that, when used in a typical drive configuration, the
apparatus complies with the European Low Voltage Directive
(LVD) and the EMC Directives (Directive 73/23/EEC, as
amended by 93/68/EEC and Directive 89/336/EEC, as
amended by 93/68/EEC).
Maintenance Measures and Intervals
In the described system configurations, VSD Series II
frequency inverters are suitable for use in public and
non-public networks.
A connection to IT networks (networks without reference to
earth potential) is permissible only to a limited extent,
because the device’s built-in filter capacitors connect the
network with the earth potential (enclosure). On earth free
networks, this can lead to dangerous situations or damage to
the device (isolation monitoring required).
Maintenance Measure
Maintenance Interval
Clean cooling vents (cooling slits)
If required
Check the fan function
6–24 months (depending on the
environment)
Filter in the switching cabinet doors
(see manufacturer specifications)
6–24 months (depending on the
environment)
Check the tightening torques of the
terminals (control signal terminals,
power terminals)
Regularly
Check connection terminals and all
metallic surfaces for corrosion
6–24 months (depending on the
environment)
To the output of the frequency inverter (terminals U, V, W)
you must not:
●
connect a voltage or capacitive loads (for example, phase
compensation capacitors)
●
connect multiple frequency inverters in parallel
●
make a direct connection to the input (bypass)
Observe the technical data and connection requirements. For
additional information, refer to the equipment nameplate or
label at the frequency inverter, and the documentation.
Any other usage constitutes improper use.
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System Overview
Storage
Service and Warranty
If the frequency inverter is stored before use, suitable
ambient conditions must be ensured at the site of storage:
In the unlikely event that you have a problem with your VSD
Series II frequency inverter, please contact your local sales
office.
●
Storage temperature: –40° to 158°F (–40° to 70°C)
●
Relative average air humidity: <95%, non condensing
(EN 50178)
●
To prevent damage to the DC link capacitors, storage
times longer than 12 months are not recommended
When you call, have the following information ready:
●
the exact frequency inverter part no. (see nameplate)
●
the date of purchase
●
a detailed description of the problem that has occurred
with the frequency inverter
If some of the information printed on the nameplate is not
legible, please state only the information that is clearly
legible. This information can also be found on the cover of
the control terminals.
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VSD Series II Overview
VSD Series II Overview
This chapter describes the purpose and contents of this
manual, the receiving inspection recommendations and the
VSD Series II Open Drive catalog numbering system.
Check to make sure that the package includes the Installation
Manual (LIT-12011772), Quick Start Guide (LIT-12011771)
and accessory packet. The accessory packet includes:
●
Rubber grommets
How to Use this Manual
●
EMC grounding clamps for power cables
The purpose of this manual is to provide you with information
necessary to install, set and customize parameters, start up,
troubleshoot and maintain the VSD Series II variable speed
drive (VSD). To provide for safe installation and operation of
the equipment, read the safety guidelines at the beginning of
this manual and follow the procedures outlined in the
following chapters before connecting power to the VSD
Series II VSD. Keep this operating manual handy and
distribute to all users, technicians and maintenance
personnel for reference.
●
Control cable grounding clamps
●
EMC jumper locking clips
●
M4 screw for EMC level change (FS7 only)
●
Additional grounding screw
●
Real time clock battery
●
UL conduit plate
Receiving and Inspection
The VSD Series II VSD has met a stringent series of factory
quality requirements before shipment. It is possible that
packaging or equipment damage may have occurred during
shipment. After receiving your VSD Series II VSD, please
check for the following:
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Inspect the unit to ensure it was not damaged during
shipment.
Make sure that the part number indicated on the nameplate
corresponds with the catalog number on your order.
If shipping damage has occurred, please contact and file a
claim with the carrier involved immediately.
Note: Do not destroy the packing. The template printed on
the protective cardboard can be used for marking the
mounting points of the VSD Series II VSD on the wall
or in a cabinet.
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VSD Series II Overview
Rating Plates
Manuals
Carton Label
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VSD Series II Overview
Catalog Number Selection
VSD Series II Open Drives
Base Product
VS = VSD Series
VS 3D4 4 1 1 B - S 0000
310
Voltage
1 = 208V
2 = 230V
4 = 480V
5 = 575V Open Style Amps/Rating
208–240 Volts 3PH
380–480 Volts 3PH
3D7 = 3.7 Amp (3/4 Hp, 0.75 kW)
3D4 = 3.4 Amp (1.5 Hp, 1.1 kW)
4D8 = 4.8 Amp (1 Hp, 1.1 kW)
4D8 = 4.8 Amp (2 Hp, 1.5 kW)
6D6 = 6.6 Amp (1.5 Hp, 1.1 kW)
5D6 = 5.6 Amp (3 Hp, 2.2 kW)
8D0 = 8 Amp (2 Hp, 1.5 kW)
8D0 = 8 Amp (4 Hp, 3 kW)
011 = 11 Amp (3 Hp, 2.2 kW)
9D6 = 9.6 Amp (5 Hp, 4 kW)
012 = 12 Amp (4 Hp, 3 kW)
012 = 12 Amp (7.5 Hp, 5.5 kW)
018 = 18 Amp (5 Hp, 4 kW)
016 = 16 Amp (10 Hp, 7.5 kW)
024 = 24 Amp (7.5 Hp, 5.5 kW)
023 = 23 Amp (15 Hp, 11 kW)
031 = 31 Amp (10 Hp, 7.5 kW)
031 = 31 Amp (20 Hp, 15 kW)
048 = 48 Amp (15 Hp, 11 kW)
038 = 38 Amp (25 Hp, 18.5 kW)
062 = 62 Amp (20 Hp, 15 kW)
046 = 46 Amp (30 Hp, 22 kW)
075 = 75 Amp (25 Hp, 18.5 kW)
061 = 61 Amp (40 Hp, 30 kW)
088 = 88 Amp (30 Hp, 22 kW)
072 = 72 Amp (50 Hp, 37 kW)
105 = 105 Amp (40 Hp, 30 kW)
087 = 87 Amp (60 Hp, 45 kW)
140 = 140 Amp (50 Hp, 37 kW)
105 = 105 Amp (75 Hp, 55 kW)
170 = 170 Amp (60 Hp, 45 kW)
140 = 140 Amp (100 Hp, 75 kW)
205 = 205 Amp (75 Hp, 55 kW)
170 = 170 Amp (125 Hp, 90 kW)
261 = 261 Amp (100 Hp, 75 kW)
205 = 205 Amp (150 Hp, 110 kW)
310 = 310 Amp (125 Hp, 90 kW)
261 = 261 Amp (200 Hp, 132 kW)
310 = 310 Amp (250 Hp, 160 kW)
Enclosure Rating
1 = Nema-UL Type 1 (IP21)
2 = Nema-UL Type 12 (IP54)
4 = Flange Mtd for FS8 and
FS9 (IP00)
Drive Style
0 = Open
Revision
B = Rev 2 (Americas)
D = Rev 2 (Canada) Note
Solutions pending. Check with your Johnson Controls representative for availability.
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Options (Ordered Separately)
VS-XMX-K9-FS4-5 = Aux Contacts
Qty 2 (FS4-5 Bypass and Drive Output Contactors)
VS-XMX-K9-FS6-9 = Aux Contacts
Qty 2 (FS6-9 Bypass and Drive Output Contactors)
Extended I/O Options in Slot D and E
(Ordered Separately)
VS-XMX-B1 = 6 DI or DO, 1 ext +24 Vdc/EXT +24 Vdc
Programmable
VS-XMX-B2 = 1 RO (NC/NO), 1 RO (NO), 1 Thermistor
VS-XMX-B4 = 1 AI (mA isolated), 2 AO (mA isolated)
VS-XMX-B5 = Card-3 Relay Dry Contact
VS-XMX-B9 = 1 RO (NO), 5 DI 42–240 Vac Input
VS-XMX-BF = Expander IO—1*AO, 1*DO, 1*RO
VS-XMX-CS = SA Bus (JC-VSD only)
VS-XMX-C4 = Lon Works Comm Card
I/O Options in Slot B
(Ordered Separately)
VS-XMX-F1 = 3 relay (spare/replacement part only—
not option w/standard VSD)
VS-XMX-F2 = 2 relay and 1 Thermistor- not available
with L3/L4 Pilot light option replaces standard
Relay1 pcb in Slot B and Fault Relay function
RS-485 Optional Comms Slot D and E
0 = STD BACnet/Modbus
S = SA Bus, CS card (added to JC-VSD)
L = Lon Works, C4 Card (Open Only) VSD Series II Overview
Power Ratings and Product Selection
VSD Series II Drives—208–230 Volt
NEMA Type 1/IP21 or NEMA Type 12/IP54
Drive Rated Current and hp
De-Rated
Assigned
Motor Ratings
x = Can Be:
FS
Frame
Size
Drive Rating
Low Overload
Full Load
Amps at 40°C
230V
60 Hz
Horsepower
Drive
Input
Amps
NEC Motor
60 Hz
230V Amps Low Overload
Full Load
Amps at 50°C
Open Drive
kW
230V
50 Hz
1 = N1 = IP21
2 = N12 = IP54
FS4
3.7
0.75
3.2
3.2
2.6
0.55
VS3D72x0B-00000
4.8
1
4.3
4.2
3.7
0.75
VS4D82x0B-00000
6.6
1.5
6
6
4.6
1.1
VS6D62x0B-00000
8
2
7.2
6.8
6.6
1.5
VS8D02x0B-00000
11
3
9.7
9.6
8
2.2
VS0112x0B-00000
12.5
4
10.9
N/A
9
3
VS0122x0B-00000
18
5
16.1
15.2
12.5
4
VS0182x0B-00000
24
7.5
21.7
22
18
5.5
VS0242x0B-00000
FS5
Catalog Number 31
10
27.7
28
25
7.5
VS0312x0B-00000
FS6
48
15
43.8
42
31
11
VS0482x0B-00000
62
20
57
54
48
15
VS0622x0B-00000
FS7
75
25
69
68
62
18.5
VS0752x0B-00000
88
30
82.1
80
75
22
VS0882x0B-00000
105
40
99
104
88
30
VS1052x0B-00000
140
50
133
130
114
37
VS1402x0B-00000
170
60
163
154
140
45
VS1702x0B-00000
FS8
FS9
205
75
198
192
170
55
VS2052x0B-00000
261
100
256
248
211
75
VS2612x0B-00000
310
125
303
N/A
251
90
VS3102x0B-00000
Notes
For sizing reference, full-load motor running currents—UL508C.
If SA-Bus is required, replace -00000 with -S0000.
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VSD Series II Drives—380–480 Volt
NEMA Type 1/IP21 or NEMA Type 12/IP54
Drive Input Rated Current and hp
De-Rated
Assigned
Motor Ratings
x = Can Be:
FS
Frame
Size
Low Overload
Full Load
Amps at 40°C
460V
60 Hz
Horsepower
Drive
Input
Amps
NEC Motor
60 Hz
460V Amps Low Overload
Full Load
Amps at 50°C
Open Drive
kW
400V
50 Hz
1 = N1 = IP21
2 = N12 = IP54
FS4
3.4
1.5
3.4
3
2.6
1.1
VS3D44x0B-00000
4.8
2
4.6
3.4
3.4
1.5
VS4D84x0B-00000
5.6
3
5.4
4.8
4.3
2.2
VS5D64x0B-00000
8.0
5
8.1
7.6
5.6
3.0
VS8D04x0B-00000
9.6
5
9.3
N/A
8
4
VS9064x0B-00000
12
7.5
11.3
11
9.6
5.5
VS0124x0B-00000
16
10
15.4
14
12
7.5
VS0164x0B-00000
23
15
21.3
21
16
11
VS0234x0B-00000
FS5
FS6
FS7
FS8
FS9
Catalog Number 31
20
28.4
27
23
15
VS0314x0B-00000
38
25
36.7
34
31
18.5
VS0384x0B-00000
46
30
43.6
40
38
22
VS0464x0B-00000
61
40
58.2
52
46
30
VS0614x0B-00000
72
50
67.5
65
61
37
VS0724x0B-00000
87
60
85.3
77
72
45
VS0874x0B-00000
105
75
100.6
96
87
55
VS1054x0B-00000
140
100
139.4
124
105
75
VS1404x0B-00000
170
125
166.5
156
140
90
VS1704x0B-00000
205
150
200
180
170
110
VS2054x0B-00000
261
200
258
240
205
132
VS2614x0B-00000
310
250
303
302
251
160
VS3104x0B-00000
VSD Series II Variable Speed Drive Option Boards
Option Board
Part Number
Assigned to
Control
Module Slot:
Description
VS-XMX-B1
D or E
Expanded 6 digital output—two outputs are programmable as digital inputs or outputs
VS-XMX-B2
D or E
Expanded relay outputs—two programmable relays (each with a NO and NC contact) and thermistor input
VS-XMX-B4
D or E
Expanded analog inputs and outputs—one analog input and two analog outputs (isolated)
VS-XMX-B5
D or E
Expanded relay outputs—contains three programmable relays (one NO contact each)
VS-XMX-B9
D or E
Accepts up to five AC inputs (42–240 Vac) and one relay output (NO)
VS-XMX-BF
D or E
Expanded analog and digital output—one analog, one digital, and one relay output (NO)
VS-XMX-C4
D or E
LonWorks® communication
VS-XMX-CS
D or E
SA-Bus communication
Notes
For sizing reference, full-load motor running currents—UL508C.
If SA-Bus is required, replace -00000 with -S0000.
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VSD Series II Overview
Electrical Installation
WARNING
Carry out wiring work only after the frequency inverter
has been correctly mounted and secured.
WARNING
Electric shock hazard—risk of injuries!
Carry out wiring work only if the unit is de-energized.
CAUTION
Debounced inputs may not be used in the safety circuit
diagram.
Fire hazard!
Only use cables, protective switches, and contactors that
feature the indicated permissible nominal current value.
CAUTION
Debounced inputs may not be used in the safety circuit
diagram.
Ground contact currents in frequency inverters are greater
than 3.5 mA (AC). According to product standard IEC/EN
61800-5-1, an additional equipment grounding conductor
must be connected, or the cross-section of the equipment
grounding conductor must be at least 0.39 in2 (10 mm2).
WARNING
The components in the frequency inverter’s power
section remain energized up to five (5) minutes after the
supply voltage has been switched off (intermediate
circuit capacitor discharging time).
Pay attention to hazard warnings!
DANGER
5 MIN
Note: Complete the following steps with the specified tools
and without using force.
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Installation Requirements
Installation Requirements
This chapter contains all of the information required to properly
install and prepare the VSD Series II VSD for operation. The
contents are listed to serve as a list of tasks needed to
complete the installation. Included in this section are:
●
Line (mains) and motor power wiring
●
I/O control wiring
Standard Mounting Instructions
●
Select the mounting location based on requirements listed
in this chapter
●
Mounting surface must be a vertical, flat, non-flammable
surface
●
VSD Series II open drives may be mounted side-by-side or
stacked vertically, as outlined in this chapter
●
Surface must be strong enough to support the drive and
not subject to excessive motion or vibration
●
Mark the location of the mounting holes on the mounting
surface, using the template provided on the cover of the
cardboard shipping package
●
1.
Measure the mounting space to ensure that it allows the
minimum space surrounding the VSD Series drive. Drive
dimensions are on Page 21.
2.
Make sure the mounting surface is flat and strong
enough to support the drive, is not flammable, and is not
subject to excessive motion or vibration.
3.
Ensure that the minimum airflow requirements for your
drive are met at the mounting location.
4.
Mark the location of the mounting holes on the
mounting surface, using the template provided on the
cover of the cardboard shipping package.
5.
Using fasteners appropriate to your drive and mounting
surface, securely attached the drive to the mounting
surface using all four screws or bolts.
Mounting dimensions:
●
Refer to Page 21 for drive dimensions
Mounting Space
C
Using fasteners appropriate to your VSD and mounting
surface, securely attach the VSD to the mounting surface
using all four mounting hole locations
When mounting one unit above the other the lower unit air
outlet must be directed away from the inlet air used by the
upper one. The clearance between the upper and lower unit
should equal C + D.
B
B
A
A
D2
Space Requirements for Mounting the VSD Series II Drive and Airflow
Frame
Size
Line
Voltage
hp (VT)
kW
Amp
FS4
230 Vac
480 Vac
230 Vac
480 Vac
230 Vac
480 Vac
230 Vac
480 Vac
230 Vac
480 Vac
230 Vac
480 Vac
0.75–4
1.5–7.5
5–10
10–20
15–20
25–40
25–40
50–75
50–75
100–150
100–125
200–250
0.55–3.0
1.1–5.5
4–7.5
7.5–15
11–15
18.5–30
18.5–30
37–55
37–55
75–110
75–90
132–160
3.7–12.5
3.4–12
18–31
16–31
48–62
38–61
75–105
72–105
140–205
140–205
261–310
261–310
FS5
FS6
FS7
FS8
FS9
A
in (mm)
B
in (mm)
C
in (mm)
D
in (mm)
Cooling Air
Required
0.8 (20)
0.8 (20)
3.9 (100)
2.0 (50)
27 CFM
45 m3/h
0.8 (20)
0.8 (20)
4.7 (120)
2.4 (60)
45 CFM
75 m3/h
0.8 (20)
0.8 (20)
6.3 (160)
3.1 (80)
112 CFM
190 m3/h
0.8 (20)
0.8 (20)
9.8 (250)
3.9 (100)
109 CFM
185 m3/h
0.8 (20)
0.8 (20)
11.9 (300)
6.0 (150)
209 CFM
335 m3/h
0.8 (20)
0.8 (20)
13.8 (350)
7.9 (200)
366 CFM
621 m3/h
Notes
Minimum clearances A and B for drives with NEMA 12 (IP54) enclosure is 0 mm (in).
kW ratings are at 400V/50 Hz.
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NEMA Type 1/12 Open Drives (1–250 hp)
Approximate Dimensions in Inches (mm)
Mounting Drive Dimensions
W2
W1
H1
H3
H2
W3
D
VSD Series II Frames FS4—FS7
Frame
Size
FS4
FS5
FS6
FS7
Line
Voltage
hp
(VT)
Hole
CentertoCenter
kW
Amperes
D
H1
H2
H3
W1
W2
W3
Weight in
Lbs (kg)
7.77
(197.3)
12.89
(327.5)
12.32
(313.0)
11.22
(285.0)
5.04
(128.0)
3.94
(100.0)
3.94
(100.0)
13.2
(6.0)
8.73
(221.6)
16.50
(419.0)
15.98
(406.0)
15.04
(382.0)
5.67
(144.0)
4.53
(115.0)
3.94
(100.0)
22.0
(10.0)
9.29
(236.0)
21.93
(557.0)
21.28
(540.5)
20.24
(514.0)
7.68
(195.0)
5.83
(148.0)
5.83
(148.0)
44.1
(20.0)
10.49
(266.5)
25.98
(660.0)
25.39
(645.0)
24.29
(617.0)
9.06
(237.0)
7.48
(190.0)
7.48
(190.0)
82.6
(37.5)
230 Vac
0.75–4
0.55–3.0
3.7–12.5
480 Vac
1.5–7.5
1.1–5.5
3.4–12
230 Vac
5–10
4–7.5
18–31
480 Vac
10–20
7.5–15
16–31
230 Vac
15–20
11–15
48–62
480 Vac
25–40
18.5–30
38–61
230 Vac
25–40
18.5–30
75–105
480 Vac
50–75
37–55
72–105
W1
H3
W2
W3
H1
H2
D
VSD Series II Frames FS7—FS8
Hole
CentertoCenter
Frame
Size
Line
Voltage
hp
(VT)
kW
Amperes
D
H1
H2
H3
W1
W2
W3
Weight in
Lbs (kg)
FS8
230 Vac
50–70
37–55
140–205
13.76
(350.0)
38.02
(965.7)
37.26
(946.0)
37.26
(946.0)
11.42
(290.0)
9.29
(236.0)
1.42
(36.0)
154.3
(70.0)
14.63
(372.0)
33.09
(1150.4)
31.89
(810.0)
31.89
(810.0)
18.90
(480.0)
15.75
(400.0)
1.57
(40.0)
238.1
(108.0)
FS9
480 Vac
100–150
75–110
140–205
230 Vac
100–125
75–90
261–310
480 Vac
200–250
132–160
261–310
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Installation Requirements
Power Wiring Selection
Line (Mains) and Motor Cable Installation
Motor cable connections are made to terminals U/T1 , V/T2 ,
and W/T3.
Input Fusing
Cable Selection: Power and Motor Leads
Use Class T (UL or CSA) or type gG/gL (IEC 60269-1).
Fuses are rated based on VSD Series II rated output current.
●
Use UL approved heat-resistant copper cables only
Refer to Pages 43, 44, and 45 for proper fuse size selection.
●
75°C or higher for all units rated <480V
●
90°C or higher for all 480V units
Fuses with an operating speed of less than 0.4 seconds may
be used including the following types:
●
Line voltage/mains should be Class 1 wire only outside
North America
●
Refer to the following tables for cable sizing guidelines
North America 208–240V
Page 43
North America 380–480V
Page 44
All other International 380–600V
Page 45
●
High Speed J (UL and CSA)
●
aR (UL recognized, IEC 60269-4)
●
gS (IEC 60269-4)
Consult with Johnson Controls for further information on
fusing requirements.
The input line and motor cables must be sized in accordance
with the rated VSD Series II VSD input current.
If motor temperature sensing is used for overload protection,
the output cable size may be selected based on the motor
specifications.
Maximum symmetrical supply current is 100,000A RMS for
all size VSD Series II VSDs.
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Installation Requirements
Power Connection Tightening Torque
Fame Size
Voltage
hp (VT)
kW
Amperes
Tightening
Torque
(in-lbs)
FS4
230 Vac
0.75-4
0.75–3.0
3.7–12.5
5
0.6
400 Vac
—
1.1–5.5
3.4–12
460 Vac
1.5–7.5
—
3.4–12
230 Vac
5–10
4–7.5
18–31
13
1.5
400 Vac
—
7.5–15
16–31
460 Vac
10–20
—
16–31
230 Vac
15–20
11–15
48–62
35
4
400 Vac
—
18.5–30
38–61
460 Vac
25–40
—
38–61
230 Vac
25–40
18.5–30
75–105
88
10
400 Vac
—
37–55
72–105
460 Vac
50–75
—
72–105
230 vac
50–75
37–55
140–205
170/8
20/9
400 Vac
—
75–110
140–205
460 Vac
100–150
—
140–205
230 Vac
100–125
75–90
261–310
354/195
40/22
400 Vac
—
132–160
261–310
460 Vac
200–250
—
261–310
FS5
FS6
FS7
FS8
FS9
Tightening
Torque
(Nm)
Note: Strip the motor and power cables as shown in figure on next page.
Spacing Between Parallel Motor Cables
Cable Length
Distance Between Cables
Less than 164 ft (50 m)
1 ft (0.3m)
Less than 657 ft (200 m)
3 ft (3.3m)
Maximum Cable Length by Frame Size without DV/DT
Protected C2 Ratings
Frame Size
Maximum Cable Length
FS4
328 ft (100m)
FS5
493 ft (150m)
FS6
FS7
657 ft (200m)
FS8
657 ft (200m)
FS9
657 ft (200m)
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Installation Requirements
Input Power and Motor Cable Stripping Lengths
Ground
Ground
A1
C1
A2
C2
B1
D1
B2
D2
Power
Motor
Input Power and Motor Cable Stripping and Wire Lengths
Power Wiring
in Inches (mm)
Motor Wiring
in Inches (mm)
Frame
Size
Voltage
hp (VT)
kW
Amperes
A1
B1
C1
D1
A2
B2
C2
C4
FS4
230 Vac
0.75–4
0.55–3.0
3.7–12.5
1.1–5.5
3.4–12
0.59
(15)
1.38
(35)
0.39
(10)
0.79
(20)
0.28
(7)
1.97
(50)
0.28
(7)
1.38
(35)
460 Vac
1.5–7.5
—
3.4–12
230 Vac
5-10
4–7.5
18–31
400 Vac
—
7.5–15
16–31
0.79
(20)
1.57
(40)
0.39
(10)
1.18
(30)
0.79
(20)
2.36
(60)
0.39
(10)
1.57
(40)
460 Vac
10–20
—
16–31
230 Vac
15–20
11–15
48–62
400 Vac
—
18.5–30
38–61
0.79
(20)
3.54
(90)
0.59
(15)
2.36
(60)
0.79
(20)
3.54
(90)
0.59
(15)
2.36
(60)
460 Vac
25–40
—
38–61
230 Vac
25–40
18.5–30
75–105
400 Vac
—
37–55
72–105
0.98
(25)
4.72
(120)
0.98
(25)
4.72
(120)
0.98
(25)
4.72
(120)
0.98
(25)
4.72
(120)
1.1
(28)
9.45
(240)
1.1
(28)
9.45
(240)
1.1
(28)
9.45
(240)
1.1
(28)
9.45
(240)
1.1
(28)
11.61
(295)
1.1
(28)
11.61
(295)
1.1
(28)
11.61
(295)
1.1
(28)
11.61
(295)
400 Vac
FS5
FS6
FS7
FS8
FS9
24
460 Vac
50–75
—
72–105
230 Vac
50–75
37–55
140–205
400 Vac
—
75–110
140–205
460 Vac
100–150
—
140–205
230 Vac
100–125
75–90
261–310
400 Vac
—
132–160
261–310
460 Vac
200–250
—
261–310
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Installation Requirements
Cable Routing
If conduit is being used for wiring, use separate conduits for
line voltage (mains), motor cables, and all interface/control
wiring.
Avoid running motor cables alongside or parallel to any
other wiring. If it is necessary to run motor cables with other
wiring, then maintain spacing between motor cables and
other wiring in accordance with the table on Page 23.
Refer to the table on Page 23 for maximum cable lengths by
frame size.
If three or more motor cables are used, each conductor must
have its own overcurrent protection.
If three or more motor cables are used, each conductor must
have its own overcurrent protection.
Wiring the VSD
VSD Series II
VFD
*Dedicated
Ground
Dedicated
Ground
L1 L2
L3
U/T1 V/T2 W/T3
L1
Incoming
Utility
Power
L2
Optional
Motor
L3
*Conduit Only Does Not Represent Ground.
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Installation Requirements
Power Wiring
Notice
Do not discard the plastic bag
containing the wiring hardware.
1.
Remove the cover by removing
(4) screws, then lifting the cover
away from the base.
Wiring Hardware Contents
●
European rubber grommet and
flat rubber grommet (for IP54 integrity).
●
Modification label
●
Wire (grounding strap)
●
Detachable cable clamp
●
Attachable grounding clamps
●
Ground lug mounting screw size M4
Power Wiring/Grounding
2.
Remove power wiring protection plate.
Use power/motor cable tables on Pages
43, 44, and 45.
3.
Add attachable grounding clamps (qty 2),
one on each side of drive.
4.
Pass motor, input power wires/cables
through base wiring plate.
5.
If shielded cable is used, connect the
shields of input power and motor
cables shields to ground.
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Installation Requirements
Power Wiring/Grounding, continued
6.
Wire power terminals (L1,L2,L3),
motor terminal (U/T1, U/T2, U/T3),
and grounding terminals per diagram
below. Power and motor leads must
be in separate conduit.
Line
Removable
EMC Filter Clip
L1
L2
Motor
L3
R+
R–
Removable
EMC Filter Clip
U/T1 V/T2 W/T3
Motor Ground
Clamp Location
Line Ground
Clamp Location
Note: Do not wire motor leads to R+, R–.
This will cause damage to the drive.
GROUND WIRING
Grounding
Strap Location
●
Run motor cables in separate conduit
●
DO NOT RUN CONTROL WIRES
in same conduit
●
Cables sized per NEC
●
Provide dedicated wire for low
impedance ground between drive
and motor. DO NOT USE conduit as
ground
Utility
Drive
Grounding
Strap Location
Line Side
Motor
Motor Ground
(Inside Motor
Conduit Box)
IMPORTANT: Improper grounding could result
in damage to the motor and/or drive and could
void warranty.
Control Wiring
7.
Wire the control terminals following the
details for the specific option boards
shown on the following pages.
Note: For ease of access, the board
terminals blocks can be unplugged
for wiring.
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Installation Requirements
BACnet/IP Ethernet Industrial Protocol
Modbus/TCP Transmission Control Protocol (Ethernet Based)
Wire control to the control board.
L1
Circuit
Breaker
Note: Drive default is programmed for
external interlock.
L2
L3
5% DC Link
Reactor
Three-Phase Input
Input
(Single-Phase not available)
Slot A
Terminal
Mandatory Ground Wiring
Resistor
Be sure to pull a dedicated low impendance
ground wiring from customer power to drive
and ground wire from drive to motor.
Factory
Jumper
1
+10V
2
AI–1+
3
Vin
4
AI–2+
Drive
Motor Ground
(Inside Motor
Conduit Box)
I/O Connection
●
●
Run 110 Vac and 24 Vdc control wiring
in separate conduit
Communication wire to be shielded
Analog
Three-Phase
Output
Factory Default Signal
6
24Vout
7
GND
I/O Ground
8
DIN1
START/STOP (Contact closed = start)
ON
ON
9
DIN2
OFF
OFF
11 COM
External Fault (Closed = fault)
Run Interlock Permissive IP Interlock
(Closed = OK)
DIN1–DIN6 Common
12 24Vout
Control Voltage Output (0.1A max.)
13 GND
I/O Ground
14 DIN4
Speed Select 0–100% (Preset speed)
15 DIN5
Fire Mode (Contact closed = fire mode)
16 DIN6
Force Bypass (Contact closed = bypass)
17 CMB
DIN1–DIN6 Common
18 AO–1+
Output Frequency (0–20 mA)
19 AO–1–
Analog Output Common (Ground)
30 24 Vdcin
Auxiliary Input Voltage
A
DATA-
RS-485 DATA-
B
DATA+
RS-485 DATA+
Relay Board 1
Default Signal
RO1 Bypass Run
Programmable BACnet,
Modbus, FLN, N2
Slot B
23
24
25
RO2 Drive Run
26
32
33
RO3 Fault
See Johnson Controls Network Communication
End of Line Termination “MS-BACEOL-O”
Installation Instructions (p/n: 24-10264-4) for
N2 and BACnet MS/TP protocols.
22
23
24
25
26
32
33
RO1
RO2
RO2
RO2
RO3
RO3
NC
COM
NO
NC
COM
NO
COM
NO
30
A
12
13
24 Vdc GND
out
14
15
16
17
18
DI4
DI5
DI6
COM
DI1–6
AO1+
19
B
AO1– 24 Vdc RS-485 RS-485
in
Data– Data+
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
+10
Vdc
AI1+
AI1–
AI2+
AI2–
24 Vdc
out
GND
DI1
DI2
DI3
COM
DI1–6
Slot E __________________
Slot D __________________
Terminal Block Layout
RO1
Factory Jumper
External Interlock
28
Motor
W (T3)
AI–2–
22
21
V (T2)
5
21
RO1
U (T1)
Reference Output
Analog Input Voltage (Range 0–10 Vdc)
(can be programmed to current 4–20 mA)
Analog Output Common (Ground)
Analog Input Current (Range 4–20 mA)
(can be programmed to voltage 0–10 Vdc)
PI Setpoint or Feedback
Analog Input Common
PI Setpoint or Feedback
Control Voltage Output (0.1A max.)
10 DIN3
Utility
No R+
Function R-
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Analog
Switch Control
CURRENT
CURRENT
CURRENT
VOLTAGE AO1
VOLTAGE AI2
VOLTAGE AI1
DGND
8.
RJ-45
Optional
24 Vdc/8A
250 Vac/8A
125 Vdc/0.4A
RS-485*
Control Wiring
*Bus termination resistor
Installation Requirements
Control Board
The main VSD Series II VSD consists of a main control board, control I/O connections block
and two slots for extra option boards.
VSD Series II Variable Speed Drive
Battery
(Standard)
Keypad
(U.S. version shown)
Analog
Switch Control
RJ45
EtherNet
BACnet IP
Modbus TCP
CURRENT
CURRENT
CURRENT
VOLTAGE AO1
VOLTAGE AI2
VOLTAGE AI1
Optional NEMA 12 Fan Location
Slot E
Option Board
Slot D
Option Board
Slot B
21 22 23
24 25 26
32 33
R01 R01 R01
NC COM NO
R02 R02 R02
NC COM NO
R03 R03
COM NO
12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 30 A
Control
I/O
24 Vdc
OUT
1
GND DI4
2
3
DI5
DI6
4
5
+10
AI1+ AI1– AI2+ AI2–
Vdc
COM A01
D11-6 +
6
24 Vdc
OUT
7
Removable
EMC Filter Clip
L1
L2
24 Vdc RS-485 RS-485
IN DATA– DATA+
8
9 10 11
DI2 DI3
ON
OFF
OFF
DGND and RS-485
Termination
B
A02
–
GND DI1
Line
ON
RS-485 Modbus RTU
BACnet N2, FLN
COM
DI1-6
Motor
L3
R+
R–
Removable
EMC Filter Clip
U/T1 V/T2 W/T3
Motor Ground
Clamp Location
Line Ground
Clamp Location
Grounding
Strap Location
Grounding
Strap Location
Line Side
Motor
Control Wiring
●
All control I/O wiring must be segregated from line (mains) and motor cabling
●
Control wiring shall be shielded twisted pairs. To meet EMC levels required by ENG1800-3 (2004).
Control wiring must be Type 4 cable
●
Run 120 Vac and +24 Vdc control I/O in separate conduit
●
Control I/O terminals must be tightened to 4.5 lb (0.5 Nm)
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Installation Requirements
EMC Installation
The responsibility to comply with the legally stipulated limit
values and thus the provision of electromagnetic
compatibility is the responsibility of the end user or system
operator. This operator must also take measures to minimize
or remove emissions in the environment concerned (see
figure on Page 5). He must also use means to increase the
interference immunity of the system devices.
In a drive system (PDS) with frequency inverters, you should
take measures for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) while
doing your planning, because changes or improvements to
the installation site, which are required in the installation or
while mounting, are normally associated with additional
higher costs.
The technology and system of a frequency inverter cause the
flow of high frequency leakage current during operation. All
grounding measures must therefore be implemented with
low impedance connections over a large surface area.
With leakage currents greater than 3.5 mA, in accordance
with VDE 0160 or EN 60335, either
●
the protective conductor must have a cross-section
10 mm2
●
the protective conductor must be open-circuit monitored,
or
●
the second protective conductor must be fitted
For an EMC-compliant installation, we recommend the
following measures:
●
Installation of the frequency inverter in a metallic,
electrically conducting enclosure with a good connection
to earth
Install the frequency inverter as directly as possible (without
spacers) on a metal plate (mounting plate).
Route input and motor cables in the switch cabinet as close
to the ground potential as possible. This is because free
moving cables act as antennas.
When laying HF cables (for example, shielded motor cables)
or suppressed cables (for example, input supply cables,
control circuit and signal cables) in parallel, a minimum
clearance of 11.81 in (300 mm) should be ensured in order to
prevent the radiation of electromagnetic energy. Separate
cable routing should also be ensured when large voltage
potential differences are involved. Any necessary crossed
cabling between the control signal and power cables should
always be implemented at right angles (90 degrees).
Never lay control or signal cables in the same duct as power
cables. Analog signal cables (measured, reference and
correction values) must be shielded.
Earthing
The ground connection (PE) in the cabinet should be
connected from the input supply to a central earth point
(mounting plate). All protective conductors should be routed
in star formation from this earth point and all conductive
components of the PDS (frequency inverter, motor reactor,
motor filter, main choke) are to be connected.
Avoid ground loops when installing multiple frequency
inverters in one cabinet. Make sure that all metallic devices
that are to be grounded have a broad area connection with
the mounting plate.
Screen Earth Kit
Ground all conductive components and housings in a drive
system using as short a line as possible with the greatest
possible cross-section (Cu-braid).
Cables that are not shielded work like antennas (sending,
receiving). Make sure that any cables that may carry
disruptive signals (for example, motor cables) and sensitive
cables (analog signal and measurement values) are shielded
apart from one another with EMC-compatible connections.
EMC Measures in the Control Panel
The effectiveness of the cable shield depends on a good
shield connection and a low shield impedance.
●
Shielded motor cables (short cable lengths)
For EMC-compatible installation, connect all metallic parts of
the device and the switching cabinet together over broad
surfaces and so that high-frequencies will be conducted.
Mounting plates and cabinet doors should make good
contact and be connected with short HF-braided cables.
Avoid using painted surfaces (anodized, chromized). An
overview of all EMC measures is provided in the figure on
Page 31.
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Use only shields with tinned or nickel-plated copper braiding.
Braided steel shields are unsuitable.
Control and signal lines (analog, digital) should always be
grounded on one end, in the immediate vicinity of the supply
voltage source (PES).
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0.59 in
(15 mm)
EMC-Compliant Setup (Example: VSD Series II)
PES
I
PE
PES
W2 U2 V2
U1 V1 W1
PE
24 Vdc
11.81 in
( 300 mm)
115/120 Vac
230/240 Vac
400 Vac
460/480 Vac
24 Vdc
115/120 Vac
230/240 Vac
400 Vac
460/480 Vac
Notes
Power cable: L1, L2, L3 and U/T1, V/T2, W/T3.
Control and signal lines: 1 to 30, A, B, fieldbus connection
Large-area connection of all metallic control panel components.
Mounting surfaces of frequency inverter and cable shielding must be free from paint.
Connect the cable shielding in the output of the frequency inverter with a large surface area contact to the ground potential (PES).
Large-area cable shield contacts with motor.
Large-area earth connection of all metallic parts.
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Installation Requirements
International EMC Protection Cable Requirements
1st Environment 2nd Environment EMC Levels According to EN61800-3 (2004)
Cable Type
Category C2
Category C3
Level T
Line voltage/mains
1
1
1
Motor cable
3
2
2
Control cable
4
4
4
Cable Categories
Description
(All cables are rated for the specific operating voltage)
Cable Category
Recommended
Cable Types
1
Intended for fixed installation
MCMK or similar
2
Symmetrical power cable equipped with a concentric protection wire.
MCMK or similar
3
Symmetrical power cable with compact low-impedance shield.
Recommended cable transfer impedance of 1–30 Mhz max. See figure below.
MCCMK, EMCMK,
or similar
4
Screened cable equipped with compact low-impedance shield
JAMAK, SAB/
ÖCuY-0 or similar
Cable Description
PE Conductor
and Shield
PE Conductor
Shield
Note
360° earthing of the shield with cable glands in motor end needed for EMC Level C2.
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Installation Requirements
Installation in Corner-Grounded Network
Installation in IT System
Corner grounding is allowed for the drive types rating from
72–310A at 380–480V supply and from 75–310A at
208–240V supply.
If your supply network is an IT (impedance-grounded) system
but your AC drive is EMC-protected according to class C2
you need to modify the EMC protection of the AC drive to
EMC level C4. This is done by removing the built-in EMC
jumpers with a simple procedure described below:
In these circumstances the EMC protection class must be
changed to level C4 following the instructions below.
Corner grounding is not allowed for the drive types with
rating from 3.4–6A at 380–480V supply and 3.7–62A with
208–240V supply.
WARNING
Do not perform any modifications on the AC drive when
it is connected to mains.
Frames FS4 to FS6
Remove the main cover of the AC drive (see figure below)
and locate the jumpers connecting the built-in RFI-filters to
ground. See figure below.
Locations of the EMC-Jumpers in Frames FS4 to FS6
FS4
FS5
FS6
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Installation Requirements
Connection to Power Section
The following figure shows the general connections for the
frequency inverter in the power section.
Three-Phase Input Connection
Connection to Power Section
Input
L1
햲
햴
L2
Output
L3
U/T1 V/T2 W/T3
햳
U1
V1
W1
3~
Motor
PE
L1
L2
L3
Ground Connection
PZ2
15 mm
(0.59 in)
PE
M4
11.5 lb-in
(1.3 Nm)
0.17 in
PES
Terminal Designations in the Power Section
●
L1, L2, L3: Connection terminals for the supply voltage
(input, input voltage):
●
●
●
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Three-phase AC voltage: Connection to: L1, L2, L3
U/T1, V/T2, W/T3: Connection terminals for the
three-phase line to the AC motor (output, frequency
inverter)
PE: connection for protective ground (reference
potential). PES with mounted cable routing plate for
shielded cables
(4.3 mm)
The ground connection is connected directly with the cable
clamp plates.
The shielded cables between the frequency inverter and the
motor should be as short as possible. Connect the shielding
on both ends and over a large surface area with protective
ground PES (Protective Earth Shielding). You can connect the
shielding of the motor cable directly to the cable clamp plate
(360 degrees coverage) with the protective ground.
The frequency inverter must always be connected to the
ground potential via a grounding cable (PE).
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Disconnect the RFI-filters from ground by removing the
EMC-jumpers using long-nose pliers or similar. See figure
below.
Frames FS7 and FS8
Removing the Jumper, FS5 as Example
Remove the main cover of the AC drive and locate the jumper.
FS8 only: Push down the grounding arm. See figure below.
Follow the procedure described below to modify the EMC
protection of the AC drive of frames FS7 and FS8 to
EMC-level C4.
Grounding Bar Location, FS8
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Installation Requirements
FS7 and FS8: Locate the EMC box under the cover. Remove
the screws of the box cover to expose the EMC-jumper.
Detach the jumper and re-fix the box cover. See figure below.
FS7 only: Locate the DC grounding busbar between
connectors R- and U and detach the busbar from the frame
by undoing the M4 screw. See figure below.
Removing the EMC Jumper, FS7 and FS8
Detaching the DC Grounding Bus Bar from Frame, FS7
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Frame FS9
Follow the procedure described below to modify the EMC
protection of the AC drive of frame FS9 to EMC-level C4.
Find the Molex connector in the accessories bag. Remove
the main cover of the AC drive and locate the place for the
connector next to the fan. Push the Molex connector in its
place. See figure below.
Further remove the extension box cover, the touch shield
and the I/O plate with I/O grommet plate. Locate the EMC
jumper on the EMC board (see magnification in figure below)
and remove it.
Removing the EMC Jumper, FS9
Molex Connector Placement, FS9
Molex Connector
CAUTION
Before connecting the AC drive to mains make sure that the
EMC protection class settings of the drive are appropriately
made.
Note: After having performed the change write “EMC level
modified” on the sticker included in the VSD Series II
delivery (see figure below) and note the date. Unless
already done, attach the sticker close to the name
plate of the AC drive.
Product Modified Sticker
Product modified
Date:
EMC-level modified C1->C4
Date:
Date: DDMMYY
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Installation Requirements
Checking the Cable and Motor Insulation
1.
Check the motor cable insulation as follows:
●
Disconnect the motor cable from terminals U, V and W
of the VSD Series II drive and from the motor
●
Measure the insulation resistance of the motor cable
between each phase conductor as well as between
each phase conductor and the protective ground
conductor
●
The insulation resistance must be >1 mohm
2.
Check the input power cable insulation as follows:
●
Disconnect the input power cable from terminals L1, L2
and L3 of the VSD Series II drive and from the utility line
feeder
●
Measure the insulation resistance of the input power
cable between each phase conductor as well as
between each phase conductor and the protective
ground conductor
●
The insulation resistance must be >1 mohm
3.
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Check the motor insulation as follows:
●
Disconnect the motor cable from the motor and open
any bridging connections in the motor connection box
●
Measure the insulation resistance of each motor
winding. The measurement voltage must equal at least
the motor nominal voltage but not exceed 1000V
●
The insulation resistance must be >1 mohm
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Appendix A
Appendix A
Technical Data
VSD Series II Technical Data
Attribute
Description
Specification
Mains connection
Input voltage Uin
208–240V, 380–480V, –10 to 10%
Input frequency
50–60 Hz, –5 to 10%
Connection to mains
Once per minute or less
Starting delay
4s (FS4 to FS6), 6s (FS7 to FS9)
Output voltage
Continuous output current
0-Uin
IL: Ambient temperature maximum 40°C, up to 50°C
with derating, overload 1.1 x IL (1 min./10 min.)
Output frequency
0–320 Hz (standard)
Frequency resolution
0.01 Hz
Switching frequency
(see parameter P3.1.2.1)
1.5–10 kHz
Defaults:
FS4–6: 6 kHz (except 0012 2, 0031 2, 0062 2, 0012 4,
0031 4 and 0061 4: 4 kHz)
FS7: 4 kHz
FS8–9: 3 kHz
Automatic switching frequency derating in case of
overload.
Motor connection
Control characteristics
Frequency reference
Analog input
Panel reference
Ambient conditions
Resolution 0.1% (10-bit), accuracy +1%
Resolution 0.01 Hz
Field weakening point
8–320 Hz
Acceleration time
0.1–3000 sec.
Deceleration time
0.1–3000 sec.
Ambient operating temperature
IL: –10°C (no frost) to 40°C, up to 50°C with derating
Storage temperature
–40° to 70°C
Relative humidity
0–95% RH, non-condensing, non-corrosive
Tested according to IEC 60068-2-60 Test Ke:
Flowing mixed gas corrosion test, Method 1
(H2S [hydrogen sulfide] and SO2 [sulfur dioxide])
Designed according to:
IEC 60721-3-3, unit in operation, class 3C2
IEC 60721-3-3, unit in operation, class 3S2
Air quality:
• Chemical vapors
• Mechanical particles
Altitude
100% load capacity (no derating) up to 1000m
1% derating for each 100m above 1000m
Max. altitudes:
208–240V: 4500m (TN and IT systems)
380–480V: 4500m (TN and IT systems)
Voltage for I/O signals:
Up to 2000m: Allowed up to 240V
2000–4500m: Allowed up to 120V
Corner-grounding: Up to 2000m only
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VSD Series II Technical Data, continued
Attribute
Description
Specification
Ambient conditions,
continued
Vibration:
• EN61800-5-1
• EN60668-2-6
5–150 Hz
Displacement amplitude:
1 mm (peak) at 5–15.8 Hz (FS4–FS9)
Maximum acceleration amplitude:
1g at 15.8–150 Hz (FS4–FS9)
Shock:
• EN61800-5-1
• EN60068-2-27
UPS drop test (for applicable UPS weights)
Storage and shipping: Maximum 15g, 11 ms (in
package)
Enclosure class
IP21/Type 1 standard in entire kW/hp range
IP54/Type 12 option
Note: Keypad required for IP54/Type12
Immunity
Fulfils EN61800-3 (2004), first and second
environment
Emissions
+EMC2: EN61800-3 (2004), Category C2
The drive can be modified for IT-networks
Noise level
Average noise level (cooling fan)
sound power level in dB(A)
FS4: 65
FS5: 70
FS5: 77
Safety
—
EN61800-5-1 (2007), CE, cUL (see nameplate for more
detailed approvals)
Protections
Overvoltage trip limit
240V drives: 456V
480V drives: 911V
Undervoltage trip limit
Depends on supply voltage (0,8775*supply voltage):
Supply voltage 240V: Trip limit 211V
Supply voltage 400V: Trip limit 351V
Supply voltage 480V: Trip limit 421V
Earth fault protection
Yes
EMC (at default settings)
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Mains supervision
Yes
Motor phase supervision
Yes
Overcurrent protection
Yes
Unit overtemperature protection
Yes
Motor overload protection
Yes
Motor stall protection
Yes
Motor underload protection
Yes
Short-circuit protection of 24V
and 10V reference voltages
Yes
FS7: 77
FS8: 86
FS9: 87
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Technical Information on Control Connections
Standard I/O Board
Terminal
Signal
Description
1
Reference output
10V, 3%: Maximum current 10 mA
2
Analog input, voltage or current
Analog input channel 1
0–10V (Ri = 200 kohms)
4–20 mA (Ri = 250 ohms)
Resolution 0.1%, accuracy ±1%
Selection V/mA with DIP switches
Short-circuit protected
3
Analog input common (current)
Differential input if not connected to ground:
Allows ±20V differential mode voltage to GND
4
Analog input, voltage or current
Analog input channel 2
Default:
4–20 mA (Ri = 250 ohms)
0–10V (Ri = 200 kohms)
Resolution 0.1%, accuracy ±1%
Selection V/mA with DIP switches
Short-circuit protected
5
Analog input common (current)
Differential input if not connected to ground:
Allows 20 differential mode voltage to GND
6
24V auxiliary voltage
24V, ±10%, maximum voltage ripple <100m Vrms,
maximum 250 mA
Dimensioning: Maximum 1000 mA/control unit
Short-circuit protected
7
I/O ground
Ground for reference and controls (connected
internally to frame earth through 1 mohms)
8
Digital input 1
9
Digital input 2
10
Digital input 3
Positive or negative logic
Ri = minimum 5 kohms
0–5V = “0”
15–30V = “1”
11
Common A for DIN1–DIN6
Digital inputs can be disconnected from ground
12
24V auxiliary voltage
24V, ±10% maximum voltage ripple <100m Vrms,
maximum 250 mA
Dimensioning: Maximum 1000 mA/control unit
Short-circuit protected
13
I/O ground
Ground for reference and controls (connected
internally to frame earth through 1 mohms)
14
Digital input 4
15
Digital input 5
16
Digital input 6
Positive or negative logic
Ri = minimum 5 kohms
0–5V = “0”
15–30V = “1”
17
Common A for DIN1–DIN6
Digital inputs can be isolated from ground
18
Analog signal (+output)
19
Analog output common
Analog output channel 1, selection 0–20 mA,
load <500 ohms
Default:
0–20 mA
0–10V
Resolution 0.1%, accuracy ±2%
Selection V/mA with DIP switches
Short-circuit protected
30
24V auxiliary input voltage
Can be used as external power backup for the
control unit
A
RS485
B
RS485
Differential receiver/transmitter
Set bus terminal with DIP switches
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Relay Board 1 Terminal
Signal
21
Relay output 1
Description
Switching capacity
22
23
Minimum switching load
Relay output 2 24
Switching capacity
25
26
Minimum switching load
32
Relay output 3
Switching capacity
33
Minimum switching load
24 Vdc/8A
250 Vac/8A
125 Vdc/0.4A
5V/10 mA
24 Vdc/8A
250 Vac/8A
125 Vdc/0.4A
5V/10 mA
24 Vdc/8A
250 Vac/8A
125 Vdc/0.4A
5V/10 mA
Relay Board 2 Terminal
Signal
Description
21
Relay output 1 Switching capacity
22
23
24
Minimum switching load
Relay output 2
Switching capacity
25
26
28
Minimum switching load
Thermistor input
24 Vdc/8A
250 Vac/8A
125 Vdc/0.4A
5V/10 mA
24 Vdc/8A
250 Vac/8A
125 Vdc/0.4A
5V/10 mA
Rtrip = 4.7 kohms (PTC), measuring voltage 3.5V
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Notes
Relay board with two change-over contact (SPDT) relays and one relay with normally-open (NO or SPST) contact.
5.5 mm isolation between channels.
If 230 Vac is used as control voltage from the output relays, the control circuitry must be powered with a separate
isolation transformer to limit short circuit current and overvoltage spikes. This is to prevent welding on the relay
contacts. Refer to standard EN60204-1, section 7.2.9.
Relay board with two change-over contact (SPDT) relays and a PTC thermistor input. 5.5 mm isolation between
channels.
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Appendix B
Cable Power and Motor Wiring Guidelines
See Page 24 for cable stripping guidelines.
North America Cable and Fuse Sizes—208–240 Vac Ratings
NEC
Motor
Amp
Rating
at
230 Vac
VSD
I(L)
Amps
at
40°C
VSD
I(L)
Amps
at
50°C
[kW]
230V
at
50 Hz
NEC Wire Size
(AWG)
Terminal
Connection Size
(AWG)
Fuse
Rating
(Class T)
Line
and
Motor
Ground
Line
and
Motor
Ground
Frame
Amp
Suffix
hp
NEC
Motor
Amp
Rating
at
208 Vac
FS4
3D7
0.75
3.5
2.2
3.7
2.6
0.55
10
14
14
24–10
18–10
4D8
1.0
4.6
4.2
4.8
3.7
0.75
10
14
14
24–10
18–10
6D6
1.5
6.6
6.0
6.6
4.6
1.1
10
14
14
24–10
18–10
8D0
2
7.5
6.8
8.0
6.6
1.5
10
14
14
24–10
18–10
011
3
10.6
9.6
11
8.0
2.2
15
14
14
24–10
18–10
012
4
N/A
N/A
12
9.0
3
15
14
14
24–10
18–10
018
5
16.7
15.2
18
12.5
4
20
12
12
20–6
18–8
024
7.5
24.2
22
24
18.0
5.5
30
10
10
20–6
18–8
FS5
031
10
30.8
28
31
25.0
7.5
40
8
10
20–6
18–8
FS6
048
15
46.2
42
48
31.0
11
60
4
8
14–0
14–2
062
20
59.4
54
62
48
15
80
3
8
14–0
14–2
FS7
075
25
74.9
68
75
62
18.5
100
2
8
10–2/0
10–2/0
088
30
88
80
88
75
22
110
1
6
10–2/0
10–2/0
105
40
114
104
105
88
30
125
2/0
6
10–2/0
10–2/0
140
50
143
130
140
114
37
175
2/0
6
1–350
kcmil
1–350
kcmil
170
60
169
154
170
140
45
200
250
kcmil
6
1–350
kcmil
1–350
kcmil
205
75
211
192
205
170
55
250
350
kcmil
4
1–350
kcmil
1–350
kcmil
261
100
273
248
261
211
75
350
500
kcmil
4
1–350
kcmil
1–350
kcmil
310
125
343
312
310
251
90
400
2X
250
kcmil
3
1–350
kcmil
1–350
kcmil
FS8
FS9
Note:
1.
If power cubes are used, a UL recognized Type T fuse is recommended.
2.
Based on maximum environment of 104°F (40°C).
3.
If bypass is used, a UL recognized Type T fuse is recommended.
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Appendix B
North America Cable and Fuse Sizes—380–480 Vac Ratings
NEC Wire Size
(AWG)
Terminal
Connection Size
(AWG)
Fuse
Rating
(Class T)
Line
and
Motor
Ground
Line
and
Motor
Ground
Frame
Amp
Suffix
hp
NEC
Motor
Amp
Rating
at
480 Vac
FS4
3D4
1.5
3
3.4
2.6
1.1
10
14
14
24–10
18–10
4D8
2
3.4
4.8
3.4
1.5
10
14
14
24–10
18–10
5D6
3
4.8
5.6
4.3
2.2
10
14
14
24–10
18–10
8D0
4
N/A
8.0
5.6
3.0
10
14
14
24–10
18–10
FS5
FS6
FS7
FS8
FS9
VSD
I(L)
Amps
at
40°C
VSD
I(L)
Amps
at
50°C
[kW]
230V
at
50 Hz
9D6
5
7.6
9.6
8
4
15
14
14
24–10
18–10
012
7.5
11
12
9.6
5.5
15
12
14
24–10
18–10
016
10
14
16
12
7.5
20
10
12
20–6
18–8
023
15
21
23
16
11
30
10
10
20–6
18–8
031
20
27
31
23
15
35
8
8
20–6
18–8
038
25
34
38
31
18.5
50
6
8
14–0
14–2
046
30
40
46
38
22
60
4
8
14–0
14–2
061
40
52
61
46
30
80
2
6
14–0
14–2
072
50
65
72
61
37
100
2
6
10–2/0
10–2/0
087
60
77
87
72
45
110
1
6
10–2/0
10–2/0
105
75
96
105
87
55
125
1/0
4
10–2/0
10–2/0
140
100
124
140
105
75
175
3/0
2
1–350 kcmil
1–350 kcmil
170
125
156
170
140
90
200
4/0
0
1–350 kcmil
1–350 kcmil
205
150
180
205
170
110
250
300
2/0
1–350 kcmil
1–350 kcmil
261
200
240
261
205
132
350
350
3/0
1–350 kcmil
1–350 kcmil
310
250
302
310
251
160
400
2 x 250
300
1–350 kcmil
1–350 kcmil
Note:
1.
If power cubes are used, a UL recognized Type T fuse is recommended.
2.
Based on maximum environment of 104°F (40°C).
3.
If bypass is used, a UL recognized Type T fuse is recommended.
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International Cable and Fuse Sizes 380–480 Vac Ratings
Frame
Amp
Suffix
VSD
I(L)
Amps
at
40° C
VSD
I(L)
Amps
at
50° C
[kW]
400V
at
50 Hz
Fuse
Rating
(gG/gL)
Mains and
Motor
Cable
Cu (mm2)
FS4
3D4
3.4
2.6
1.1
6
4D8
4.8
3.4
1.5
5D6
5.6
4.3
8D0
8.0
9D6
012
FS5
FS6
FS7
FS8
FS9
Terminal
Cable Size
Main
Terminal
Cu (mm2)
Earth
Terminal
Cu (mm2)
3*1.5+1.5
1–6 solid or
1–4 stranded
1–6
6
3*1.5+1.5
1–6 solid or
1–4 stranded
1–6
2.2
10
3*1.5+1.53
1–6 solid or
1–4 stranded
1–6
5.6
3.0
16
3*2.5+2.5
1–6 solid or
1–4 stranded
1–6
9.6
8
4
16
3*2.5+2.5
1–6 solid or
1–4 stranded
1–6
16
12
7.5
16
3*2.5+2.5
1–6 solid or
1–4 stranded
1–6
016
23
16
11
20
3*6+6
1–10
1–10
023
31
23
15
25
3*6+6
1–10
1–10
031
38
31
18.5
32
3*10+10
1–10
1–10
038
46
38
22
40
3*10+10
2.5–50
2.5–35
046
61
46
30
50
3*16+16
2.5–50
2.5–35
061
72
61
37
63
3*25+16
2.5–50
2.5–35
072
87
72
45
80
3*35+16
6–70
6–70
087
105
87
55
100
3*35+16
6–70
6–70
105
140
105
75
125
3*50+25
6–70
6–70
140
170
140
90
160
3*70+35
35–185
6–70
170
205
170
110
200
3*95+50
35–185
6–70
205
261
205
132
250
3*120+70
35–185
6–70
261
310
251
160
315
3*185+95
35–185
6–95
310
3.4
2.6
1.1
350
2*3*95+50
35–185
6–95
Note:
1.
If power cubes are used, a UL recognized Type T fuse is recommended.
2.
Based on maximum environment of 104°F (40°C).
3.
If bypass is used, a UL recognized Type T fuse is recommended
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0.59
(14.8)
1.28
(32.5)
1.24
(31.5)
Voltage
230 Vac
460 Vac
¯ 0.98
(25.0)
7.77
(197.3)
Frame size
0.59
(14.8)
11.22
(285.0)
0.13
(3.3)
HP (VT)
0.74ñ4 HP
1.5ñ7.5 HP
4.40
(111.9)
kW
55ñ3.0
1.1ñ5.5
1.24 (31.5)
1.36
(34.5)
7.48
(189.9)
12.89
(327.5)
4.00
(101.6)
Amps
3.7ñ12.5
3.4ñ12.0
5.04
(128.0)
A/B = 0.79
(20.0)
C = 3.94
(100.0)
A/B = 0.79 (20.0)
Weight
Lbs (kg)
13.2 (6.0)
13.2 (6.0)
2.84
(72.0)
D = 1.99
(50.0)
3.94
(100.0)
2 FS4 NEMA Type 1/IP24
NEMA Type 12/IP54
Dimensions = Inches (mm)
For class IP54 dim A and B = 0
A = Air gap around drive
B = Space between two drives
or drive and e.g. cabinet
C = Free space above drive
D = Free space below drive
Minimum dimensions
0.55
(14.0)
0.30
(7.6)
12.32
(313.0)
0.55
(14.0)
3.94
(100.0)
¯ 0.28
(7.0)
¯ 0.51
(13.0)
¯ 0.28
(7.0)
Appendix C
Appendix C
Dimension Drawings
FS4 Dimension Drawing
4
Frame size
1.34
(34.9)
ø1.00
(25.3)
1.59
(40.5)
IP 21/54 Metric
1.24
(31.5)
0.88
(22.5) 3.03
(77.0)
0.73
(18.5)
11.22
(285.0)
0.95
(24.0)
0.13
(3.3)
Voltage
230 Vac
460 Vac
0.74
(18.8)
1.36
(34.5)
HP (VT)
0.74–4 HP
1.5–7.5 HP
4.40
(111.9)
1.24
(31.5)
4.74
(120.3)
7.77
(197.3)
1.14
(29.0)
4.00
(101.6)
kW
55–3.0
1.1–5.5
1.52
(38.5)
ø1.11
(28.3)
1.58
(40.0)
4.80
(122.0)
4.80
(122.0)
5.67
(144.0)
12.70
(322.4)
ø0.26
(6.7)
0.28
(7.0)
Weight
Lbs (kg)
13.2 (6.0)
13.2 (6.0)
1.40
4.55
(115.5) (35.5)
ø0.89 (22.5)
1.77 (45.0)
Amps
3.7–12.5
3.4–12.0
1.95
2.05 (49.5)
(52.0)
IP 21/54 UL
0.43
(11.0)
7.63
(193.9)
13.25
(336.4)
0.43
(11.0)
ø0.26
(6.7)
A/B = 0.79
(20.0)
C = 3.94
(100.0)
A/B = 0.79 (20.0)
ø0.28
(7.0)
ø0.51
(13.0)
ø0.28
(7.0)
2 FS4 NEMA Type 11/IP21
NEMA Type 12/IP54
Dimensions = Inches (mm)
For class IP54 dim A and B = 0
A = Air gap around drive
D = 1.97 B = Space between two drives
or drive and e.g. cabinet
(50.0)
C = Free space above drive
D = Free space below drive
Minimum dimensions
0.30
(7.5) 3.79
(96.5)
12.32
(313.0)
4.01
(101.9)
Appendix C
FS4 Dimension Drawing Flange Mount
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0.51
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Frame size
8.73
(221.6)
Voltage
230 Vac
460 Vac
1.46 (37.0)
1.38 (35.0)
2x ø1.23 (33.0)
1.48
(37.5)
1.36
(34.5)
4x ø1.30 (33.0)
IP 21/54 Metric
15.04
(382.0)
0.19
0.95 (4.8)
(24.0)
HP (VT)
5–10 HP
10–20 HP
1.46 (37.0)
5.13
5.26
(130.2) (133.7)
1.48
(37.5)
1.48
(37.5)
0.30
(7.5)
1.38
(35.0)
1.46
(37.0)
1.36
(34.5)
1.48 (37.5)
IP 21/54 UL
kW
4–7.5
7.5–15
4.01
(101.9)
Amps
18–31
16–31
9.90
(251.5)
16.50
(419.0)
2.84
(72.1)
Weight
Lbs (kg)
22 (10)
22 (10)
5.26
(133.7)
3x ø1.11
(28.3)
1.48
(37.5)
1.48 3x ø0.89
(37.5) (22.5)
5.67
(144.0)
A/B = 0.79 (20.0)
C = 4.72
(120.0)
A/B = 0.79 (20.0)
4.53
(115.0)
ø0.28
(7.0)
3.94
(100.0)
ø0.55
(14.0)
4.53
(115.0)
ø0.28
(7.0)
4.53
(115.0)
2 FS4 NEMA Type 1/IP24
NEMA Type 12/IP54
Dimensions = Inches (mm)
For class IP54 dim A and B = 0
A = Air gap around drive
D = 2.36 B = Space between two drives
or drive and e.g. cabinet
(60.0)
C = Free space above drive
D = Free space below drive
Minimum dimensions
0.57 0.59
(14.5) (15.0)
0.16
(4.0)
15.98
(406.0)
0.57
(14.5)
0.59
(15.0)
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FS5 Dimension Drawing
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Frame size
8.72
(221.5)
Voltage
230 Vac
460 Vac
1.46 (37.0)
1.71 (43.5)
2x ø1.30 (33.0)
1.48
1.69 (37.5)
(43.0)
4x ø1.00 (25.3)
IP 21/54 Metric
3.94
(100.0)
0.51 0.91
(13.0) (23.0)
15.04
(382.0)
0.19
(4.8)
0.95
(24.0)
1.48
(37.5)
4.01
(101.9)
kW
4–7.5
7.5–15
1.46 (37.0)
1.71 (43.5)
Amps
18–31
16–31
3x ø1.11 (28.3)
3x ø0.89 (22.5)
1.69
(43.0)
5.71
(145.0)
1.48
(37.5)
0.32
(8.0)
10.30
(261.5)
17.09
(434.1)
IP 21/54 UL
HP (VT)
5–10 HP
10–20 HP
1.46 (37.0)
5.26
1.33 (133.7)
(33.7)
0.14
(3.5)
1.48
(37.5)
4.78
(121.5)
0.69
(17.5)
1.14
(29.0)
0.32
(8.00)
6.34
(161.0)
Weight
Lbs (kg)
22 (10)
22 (10)
1.46 (37.0)
5.26
(133.7)
1.48
1.48
(37.5) (37.5)
1.33
(33.7)
(6.7)
ø0.26
16.54
(420.1)
0.28
(7.0)
2.84
(72.2)
5.71
(145.0)
(6.7)
ø0.26
A/B = 0.79
(20.0)
C = 2.36
(60.0)
A/B = 0.79 (20.0)
4.53
(115.0)
3.35
(85.0)
(7.0)
ø0.28
(14.0)
ø0.55
(7.0)
ø0.28
2 FS4 NEMA Type 1/IP24
NEMA Type 12/IP54
Dimensions = Inches (mm)
For class IP54 dim A and B = 0
A = Air gap around drive
D = 4.72 B = Space between two drives
or drive and e.g. cabinet
(120.0)
C = Free space above drive
D = Free space below drive
Minimum dimensions
0.55
(14.0)
15.98
(406.0)
3.35
(85.0)
4.53
(115.0)
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Frame size
2.00
(51.0)
5.95
(151.2)
1.65
(42.0)
2.42
(61.4)
IP 21/54 Metric
0.66
(16.8)
20.24
(514.0)
0.19 1.03
(4.9) (26.2)
0.44
(11.2)
Voltage
230 Vac
460 Vac
HP (VT)
5–10 HP
10–20 HP
1.83
(46.5)
1.83
(46.5)
0.14
(3.5)
ø1.30 (33.0)
2x ø1.59 (40.3)
1.42
(36.1) 3x ø1.00 (25.3)
1.42
(36.1)
9.29
(236.0)
kW
11–15
18.5–30
1.83
(46.5)
2.00
(51.0)
2.42
(61.4)
IP 21/54 UL
13.50
(342.8)
21.93
(557.0)
4.01
(101.9)
Amps
48–62
36–61
1.65
(42.0)
1.83
(46.5)
Weight
Lbs (kg)
44.1 (20)
44.1(20)
5.95
(151.2)
1.42
(36.1)
1.42 (36.1)
7.68
(195.0)
2.84
(72.2)
C = 6.30
(160.0)
A/B = 0.79 (20.0)
5.83
(148.0)
5.83
(148.0)
ø0.35
(9.0)
ø0.61
(15.5)
ø0.35
(9.0)
A/B = 0.79 (20.0)
Dimensions = Inches (mm)
2 FS4 NEMA Type 1/IP24
NEMA Type 12/IP54
D = 3.15
For class IP54 dim A and B = 0
(80.0)
A = Air gap around drive
B = Space between two drives
or drive and e.g. cabinet
C = Free space above drive
D = Free space below drive
Minimum dimensions
0.93
(23.5)
0.28
(7.0)
21.28
(540.5)
0.93
(23.5)
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FS6 Dimension Drawing
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Frame size
Voltage
230 Vac
460 Vac
HP (VT)
5–10 HP
10–20 HP
1.83 (46.5)
kW
11–15
18.5–30
ø0.28
(7.0)
0.28
(7.0)
21.5
(546.1)
2.84
(72.2)
ø0.28
(7.0)
Amps
48–62
36–61
Weight
Lbs (kg)
44.1 (20)
44.1(20)
1.83 (46.5)
1.78
(45.2)
1.42
(36.1)
1.42 3x ø0.89
(36.1)
(22.5)
3x ø1.38
(35.0)
7.24
(184.0)
8.31
(211.0)
7.72 (196.0)
1.83 (46.5)
2.34 (59.5)
5.95
(151.2)
2.75
(69.9)
IP 21/54 UL
0.55
(14.0)
13.61
(345.7)
22.05
(560.1)
4.01
(101.9)
0.30
(7.5)
3x ø1.00
(25.3)
2x ø1.59 1.65 (42.0)
(40.3)
0.56
(14.1)
1.04
(26.4)
5.95
0.14
(3.5) (151.2)
1.42
(36.1)
1.42
(36.1)
5.12
(130.0)
9.29
(236.0)
1.83 (46.5)
1.65
(42.0) 1.78
(45.2)
2.34 (59.5)
ø1.30 (33.0)
2.75
(69.9)
IP 21/54 Metric
4.17
(106.0)
0.77
(19.6)
20.24
(514.0)
0.66
(16.8)
1.03 0.17
(26.2) (4.3)
A/B = 0.79 (20.0)
C = 6.30
(160.0)
A/B = 0.79 (20.0)
D = 3.15
(80.0)
5.83
(148.0)
ø0.35
(9.0)
ø0.61
(15.5)
ø0.35
(9.0)
2 FS4 NEMA Type 1/IP24
NEMA Type 12/IP54
Dimensions = Inches (mm)
For class IP54 dim A and B = 0
A = Air gap around drive
B = Space between two drives
or drive and e.g. cabinet
C = Free space above drive
D = Free space below drive
Minimum dimensions
0.28
(7.0)
21.28
(540.5)
5.83
(148.0)
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Frame size
2.72 (69.0)
1.81
(46.0)
3x ø1.00
(25.3)
3x ø1.98
(50.3)
1.77
2.76 (45.0)
(70.0)
IP 21
0.71
(18.0)
24.29
(617.0)
0.98
(25.0)
3.61
(91.6)
Voltage
230 Vac
460 Vac
3.09
(78.5)
10.49
(266.5)
HP (VT)
25–40 HP
50–75 HP
2.72 (69.0)
6.28
2.24
(159.5) (56.8)
1.77
(45.0)
14pcs ø(7x15)
0.43
(11.0)
24.65
(626.0)
kW
18.5–30
37–55
1.81
(46.0)
2.72 (69.0)
3x ø1.98
(50.3)
3x ø1.00
(25.3)
1.77
(45.0)
2.76
(70.0)
IP 54
17.39
(441.7)
4.01
(101.9)
2.72
(69.0)
0.59
(15.0)
C = 9.84
(250.0)
D = 3.94
(100.0)
0.39
(10.0)
0.59
(15.0)
24.80
(630.0)
2.56
(65.0)
A/B = 1.18 (30.0)
2.17
(55.0)
ø0.79
(20.0)
A/B = 1.18 (30.0)
ø0.34
(8.5)
ø0.79
(20.0)
Weight
Lbs (kg)
82.6 (37.5)
82.6 (37.5)
6.28 2.24
(159.5) (56.8)
1.77
(45.0)
25.98
(660.0)
2.84
(72.1)
Amps
75–105
72–105
9.21
(234.0)
9.06
(230.0)
7.48
(190.0)
7.48
(190.0)
ø0.34
(8.5)
ø0.63
(16.0)
ø0.34
(8.5)
Dimensions = Inches (mm)
For class IP54 dim A and B = 0
A = Air gap around drive
B = Space between two drives
or drive and e.g. cabinet
C = Free space above drive
D = Free space below drive
Minimum dimensions
0.79
(20.0)
0.25
(6.2)
25.39
(645.0)
0.79
(20.0)
Appendix C
FS7 Dimension Drawing
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Frame size
ø1.00
(25.3)
1.77
(45.0)
10.49
(266.5)
6.16
(156.5)
Voltage
230 Vac
460 Vac
2.72
(69.0)
2.52
(64.0)
ø1.98
(50.3)
3.47
(88.0)
Metric/UL
4.33
(110.0)
0.49
(12.5)
25.98
(660.0)
0.28
(7.0)
0.79
(20.0)
0.43
(11.0)
HP (VT)
25–40 HP
50–75 HP
2.72
(69.0)
0.22
(5.5)
4.01
(101.9)
kW
18.5–30
37–55
2.24
(56.8)
1.95
(49.5)
17.39
(441.7)
1.77
(45.0)
24.65
(626.0)
26.77
(680.0)
10.04
(255.0)
10.47
(266.0)
Amps
75–105
72–105
6.28
(159.5)
2.84
(72.1)
9.06
(230.0)
C = 9.84
(250.0)
Weight
Lbs (kg)
82.6 (37.5)
82.6 (37.5)
2.17
(55.0)
0.25
(6.3)
25.39
(645.0)
7.48
(190.0)
7.48
(190.0)
ø0.34
(8.5)
ø0.63
(16.0)
ø0.34
(8.5)
Dimensions = Inches (mm)
For class IP54 dim A and B = 0
A = Air gap around drive
B = Space between two drives
or drive and e.g. cabinet
C = Free space above drive
D = Free space below drive
Minimum dimensions
0.59
(15.0)
0.39
(10.0)
24.80
(630.0)
2.56
(65.0)
D = 3.94
(100.0)
0.59
(15.0)
ø0.79
(20.0)
A/B = 1.18 (30.0)
ø0.34
(8.5)
A/B = 1.18 (30.0)
1.16
(29.5)
7.78
(197.5)
15.55
(395.0)
23.33
(592.5)
0.30
(7.5)
ø0.79
(20.0)
Detail A
Scale 1:2
See Detail A
0.22
(5.5)
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Frame size
4.18
(106.2)
2.79
(70.7)
26.89
(683.0)
Voltage
230 Vac
460 Vac
11.23
(285.1)
10.78
(273.7)
13.30
(337.7)
13.76
(349.6)
1.54
(39.0)
HP (VT)
50–75 HP
100–150 HP
12.03
(305.4)
3.43
(87.1)
4.21
(107.0)
1.50
(38.2)
1.15
(29.2)
kW
37–55
75–110
Amps
104–205
140–205
ø0.98
(25.0)
1.54
(39.0)
11.42
(290.1)
1.50
(38.0)
16.57
(420.8)
4.01
(101.8)
2.84
(72.2)
3.08
(78.1)
C = 11.81
(300.0)
D = 5.91
(150.0)
1.58
(40.0)
0.67
(17.1)
25.51
(647.9)
2.40
(61.0)
A/B = 1.18 (30.0)
6.75
(171.5)
7.34
(186.5)
A/B = 1.18 (30.0)
ø0.87
(22.0)
Weight
Lbs (kg)
154 (70)
154 (70)
31.10
(790.0)
ø0.87
(22.0)
8.49
(215.7)
0.75
(19.0)
ø0.43
(11.0)
ø0.71
(18.0)
ø0.35
(9.0)
ø0.35
(9.0)
FR8 OPEN Chassis/IP00
To be mounted in enclosure
Dimensions= Inches (mm)
For class IP54 dim A and B = 0
A = Air gap around drive
B = Space between two drives
or drive and e.g. cabinet
C = Free space above drive
D = Free space below drive
Minimum dimensions
1.44
(36.6)
0.42
(10.7)
26.10
(663.0)
1.42
(36.0)
8.54
(217.0)
9.29
(236.0)
Appendix C
FS8 Dimension Drawing IP00
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Frame size
8.31
(211.0)
3.24
(82.2)
IP 21/54 Metric
11.26
(286.1)
10.78
(273.7)
13.30
(337.7)
13.76
(349.6)
Voltage
230 Vac
460 Vac
5.83
(148.0)
3.43
(87.1)
1.54
(39.0)
kW
37–55
75–110
3.19 (81.0)
2.51 (63.8)
8.58
(218.0)
12.03
(305.4)
IP 21/54 UL
23.48
(596.5)
4.01
(101.8)
HP (VT)
50–75 HP
100–150 HP
ø2.32
(59.0)
3.24
(82.2)
5.69
(144.5)
12.63
(320.9)
1.15
(29.2)
2.84
(72.2)
3.08
(78.1)
11.42
(290.1)
ø2.95 (75.0)
Weight
Lbs (kg)
154 (70)
154 (70)
3.19 (81.0)
Amps
104–205
140–205
ø0.79
(0.20)
ø0.98 (25.0)
1.50
(38.0)
1.54 (39.0)
38.02
(965.7)
ø0.87
(22.0)
0.67
(17.0)
A/B = 1.18 (30.0)
1.42
(36.0)
9.25
(235.0)
1.42
(36.1)
8.49
(215.7)
8.54
(217.0)
ø0.71
(18.0)
ø0.35
(9.0)
ø0.35
(9.0)
ø0.71
(18.0)
ø0.35
(9.0)
ø0.35
(9.0)
FS8 NEMA Type 1/IP21
FS8 NEMA Type 12/IP54
Dimensions = Inches (mm)
For class IP54 dim A and B = 0
A = Air gap around drive
B = Space between two drives
or drive and e.g. cabinet
C = Free space above drive
D = Free space below drive
Minimum dimensions
1.04
(26.5)
0.39
(10.0)
10.32
(262.0)
37.26
(946.4)
0.75
(19.0)
D = 5.91
(150.0)
36.64
(930.7)
2.40
(61.0)
A/B = 1.18 (30.0)
C = 11.81
(300.0)
2.38
(60.5)
7.34
(186.5)
9.29
(236.0)
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Frame size
4.33
(110.0)
0.80
(20.4)
4.29
(109.0)
34.96
(888.0)
0.53
(13.5)
Voltage
230 Vac
460 Vac
9.43
(239.6)
13.76
(349.6)
6.89
(175.1)
6.45
(163.7)
8.97
(227.7)
4.01
(101.8)
2.98
(75.8)
7.69
(195.4)
3.43
(87.1)
1.54
(39.0)
kW
37–55
75–110
0.65
(16.5)
16.64
(422.8)
34.96
(888.0)
HP (VT)
50–75 HP
100–150 HP
12.03
(305.4)
0.08
(2.0)
5.80
(147.2)
4.93
3.78 (125.2)
(96.0)
0.49
(12.5)
1.49
(38.0)
Amps
104–205
140–205
Weight
Lbs (kg)
154 (70)
154 (70)
ø0.28
(7.0)
0.27
(6.8) 12.19
(309.7)
34.41
10.16
(258.0) (874.0)
10.16
(258.0)
ø0.28
(7.0)
ø0.26
(6.5)
ø0.98
(25.0)
1.54
(39.0)
12.84
(326.0)
13.15
(334.0)
7.19
(182.5)
A/B = 1.18 (30.0)
C = 11.81
(300.0)
A/B = 1.18 (30.0)
4.00
(101.5)
4.96
(126.1)
25.51
(647.9)
5.41
(137.5)
11.42
(290.1)
1.36
(34.5)
D = 5.91
(150.0)
ø0.87
(22.0)
ø0.87
(22.0)
8.49
(215.7)
9.29
(236.0)
8.54
(217.0)
FS8 NEMA Type 1/IP21
FS8 NEMA Type 12/IP54
Dimensions = Inches (mm)
For class IP54 dim A and B = 0
A = Air gap around drive
B = Space between two drives
or drive and e.g. cabinet
C = Free space above drive
D = Free space below drive
Minimum dimensions
1.44
(36.6)
0.42
(10.7)
1.42
(36.0)
0.75
(19.0)
26.10
(663.0)
11.50 14.13
(292.0) (359.0)
1.32
(33.5)
ø0.43
(11.0)
ø0.35
(9.0)
ø0.35
(9.0)
ø0.71
(18.0)
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Frame size
4.41
(112.0)
1.96
(49.9)
33.09
(840.5)
1.65
(42.0)
Voltage
230 Vac
460 Vac
12.52
(318.0)
3.33
(84.5)
11.50
(292.0)
10.30
(261.5)
13.98
(355.0)
14.63
(371.6)
kW
75–90
132–160
1.65
(42.0)
1.65
(42.0)
5.06
(128.5)
13.43
(341.0)
4.01
(101.8)
HP (VT)
100–125 HP
200–250 HP
1.59
(40.5)
1.63
(41.5)
4.39
(111.4)
Amps
261–310
261–310
ø1.00
(25.3)
2.84
(72.2)
18.90
(480.0)
A/B = 1.18 (30.0)
C = 13.78
(350.0)
Weight
Lbs (kg)
238.1 (108)
238.1 (108)
3.35
(85.0)
5.12
(130.0)
ø0.87
(22.0)
A/B = 1.18 (30.0)
38.15
(969.0)
ø0.87
(22.0)
D = 7.87
(200.0)
3.21
(81.5)
0.75
(19.0)
2.17
(55.0)
2.36
(60.0)
ø0.39
(10.0)
ø0.35
(9.0)
1.58
(40.0)
14.17
(360.0)
12.01
(305.0)
15.75
(400.0)
ø0.35 (9.0)
ø0.39 (10.0)
0.65
(16.5)
31.89
(810.0)
ø0.79
(20.0)
ø0.35
(9.0)
Dimensions = Inches (mm)
FS9 OPEN Chassis/IP00
For class IP54 dim A and B = 0
A = Air gap around drive
B = Space between two drives
or drive and e.g. cabinet
C = Free space above drive
D = Free space below drive
Minimum dimensions
31.50
(800.0)
3.21
(81.5)
Appendix C
FS9 Dimension Drawing
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58
10.30
(261.5)
11.50
(292.0)
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6.42
(163.0)
Voltage
230 Vac
460 Vac
3.21
(81.4)
kW
75–90
132–160
2.85 (72.5)
2.85 (72.5)
2.60
12.52 (66.0)
(318.0)
5.91
(150.0)
3.74
(95.0)
ø0.87
(22.0)
ø0.87
(22.0)
ø0.87
(22.0)
Amps
261–310
261–310
ø2.95 (75.0)
ø1.00 (25.3)
3.35
(85.0)
3.35
(85.0)
Weight
Lbs (kg)
238.1 (108)
238.1 (108)
2.85 (72.5)
2.85 (72.5)
1.65 (42.0)
1.65 (42.0)
2.84 (72.2)
18.90 (480.0)
3.33
(84.5)
IP 21/54 UL
25.61
(650.5)
4.01
(101.8)
4.39
(111.4)
HP (VT)
100–125 HP
200–250 HP
ø2.32
(59.0)
13.78
1.10 (350.0)
(28.0)
1.63
(41.5)
6.42
9.36
(237.8) (163.0)
Frame size
6.16
(156.5)
3.21
(81.6)
IP 21/54 Metric
45.28
(1150.0)
10.30
(261.5)
13.98
(355.0)
14.63
(371.6)
A/B = 1.18 (30.0)
D = 7.87
(200.0)
2.36 (60.0)
2.36 (60.0)
A/B = 1.18 (30.0)
C = 13.78
(350.0)
3.21
(81.5)
2.36 (60.0)
ø0.35 (9.0)
1.58
(40.0)
ø0.39m (10.0)
43.78
(1112.0)
12.28
0.65 (312.0)
(16.5)
3.21
(81.5)
5.12
(130.0)
3.21
(81.5)
44.17
(1122.0)
0.55
(14.0)
12.28
(312.0)
11.20
(284.5)
ø0.39m (10.0)
ø0.35
(9.0)
ø0.79
(20.0)
ø0.35
(9.0)
Dimensions = Inches (mm)
For class IP54 dim A and B = 0
A = Air gap around drive
B = Space between two drives
or drive and e.g. cabinet
C = Free space above drive
D = Free space below drive
Minimum dimensions
14.17
(360.0)
ø0.35 (9.0)
ø0.35 (9.0)
14.17 (360.0)
2.17 (55.0)
12.01 (305.0)
14.17 (360.0)
15.75
(400.0)
Appendix C
FS9 Dimension Drawing IP2154
4.27
(108.5)
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kW
75–90
132–160
ø0.87
(22.0)
0.41
(10.5)
C = 13.78
(350.0)
Weight
Lbs (kg)
238.1 (108)
238.1 (108)
0.79
(20.0)
3.35
(85.0)
2.56
(65.0)
0.32
(8.0)
0.32
(8.0)
ø0.35
(9.0)
ø0.39m (10.0)
2.17 (55.0)
12.01 (305.0)
14.17 (360.0)
15.75
(400.0)
Detail B
Scale 1:5
ø0.35
(9.0)
ø0.39m (10.0)
2.87
(73.0)
31.89
(810.0)
ø0.79
(20.0)
ø0.35
(9.0)
0.26
(6.5)
Dimensions = Inches (mm)
FS9 OPEN Chassis/IP00
For class IP54 dim A and B = 0
A = Air gap around drive
B = Space between two drives
or drive and e.g. cabinet
C = Free space above drive
D = Free space below drive
Minimum dimensions
2.19
(55.5)
39.76
(1010.0)
33.68
(855.5)
3.21
(81.5)
0.98
(25.0)
20.87
(530.0)
18.90
(480.0)
D = 7.87
(200.0)
6.04
(153.5)
A/B = 1.18 (30.0)
ø0.87
(22.0)
6.04
(153.5)
A/B = 1.18 (30.0)
2.54
(64.5)
11.81
(300.0)
5.12
(130.0)
3.21
(81.5)
40.51
11.81 (1029.0)
(300.0)
11.81
(300.0)
See Detail B
Amps
261–310
261–310
ø1.00
(25.3)
6.89
6.89
(175.0) (175.0)
2.84
(72.2)
5.37
(136.4)
6.89 (175.0)
19.88 (505.0)
1.65
(42.0)
1.65
(42.0)
HP (VT)
100–125 HP
200–250 HP
1.65
(42.0)
3.54
(90.0)
15.65
2.84 (397.5)
(72.0)
4.01
(101.8)
41.34
(1050.0)
0.49
(12.5)
3.54
(90.0)
8.25
(209.5)
4.31
(109.5)
3.54
(90.0)
1.59
(40.5)
1.63
(41.5)
Voltage
230 Vac
460 Vac
12.52
(318.0)
11.50
(292.0)
Frame size
2.22
(56.5)
33.09
(840.5)
6.02
(153.0)
10.30
(261.5)
13.98
(355.0)
14.63
(371.6)
0.26
(6.5)
Appendix C
FS9 Dimension Drawing Flange Mount
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