VSD Series II Quick Start Guide

VSD Series II Quick Start Guide
VSD Series II
Quick Start Guide
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
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ARE MADE REGARDING THE INFORMATION, RECOMMENDATIONS AND
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(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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VSD Series II
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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HVAC Application
HVAC Application
The Johnson Controls VSD Series II drive contains a
preloaded application for instant use.
The parameters of this application are listed in the complete
Application Manual. The Application Manual can be found at
http://www.johnsoncontrols.com —> HVAC Controls —>
Variable Speed Drives.
Specific Functions of Johnson Controls
VSD Series II Application
The Johnson Controls VSD Series II application is an
easy-to-use application for not only basic pump and fan
applications where only one motor and one drive is needed,
but also offers extensive possibilities for PID control.
Features
●
Startup Wizard for extremely fast setup for basic pump or
fan applications
●
External PID-controller available. Can be used to control a
valve using the drive’s I/O, for example
●
Mini-Wizards to ease the setup of applications
●
●
Hand/Off/Auto button for easy change between Hand
(keypad), OFF, and Auto (Remote control) place. The auto
control place is selectable by parameter (I/O or Fieldbus)
Sleep mode function which automatically enables and
disables drive running with user defined levels to save
energy
●
Control page for easy operation and monitoring of the
most essential values
Two-zone PID-controller (two different feedback signals;
minimum and maximum control)
●
Run interlock input (damper interlock). Drive will not start
before this input is activated
Two setpoint sources for the PID-control. Selectable with
digital input
●
PID setpoint boost function
●
Maximum output frequency 320 Hz
●
●
Real-time clock and timer functions available. Possible to
program three time channels to achieve different functions
on the drive (for example, Start/Stop and Preset
frequencies)
Feed forward function to improve the response to the
process changes
●
Process value supervision
●
Multi-pump control
●
Pressure loss compensation for compensating pressure
losses in the pipework, for example, when sensor is
incorrectly placed near the pump or fan
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HVAC Application
Example of Control Connections
Control Connections
RJ-45
BACnet/IP Ethernet Industrial Protocol
Modbus/TCP Transmission Control Protocol (Ethernet Based)
Optional
L1
Circuit
Breaker
L2
L3
5% DC Link
Reactor
Three-Phase Input
Input
(Single-Phase not available)
Slot A
Terminal
Resistor
Factory
Jumper
Three-Phase
Output
U (T1)
V (T2)
Factory Default Signal
+10V
2
AI–1+
3
Vin
4
AI–2+
5
AI–2–
6
24Vout
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.)
7
GND
I/O Ground
8
DIN1
START/STOP (Contact closed = start)
9
DIN2
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+
21
22
Motor
W (T3)
1
10 DIN3
Analog
DB R+
Chopper R–
Relay Board 1
Default Signal
RO1 Bypass Run
Test
ON
CURRENT
CURRENT
CURRENT
Programmable BACnet,
Modbus, N2
Slot B
23
24
25
RO2 Drive Run
24 Vdc/8A
250 Vac/8A
125 Vdc/0.4A
26
32
33
2
RO3 Fault
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OFF
VOLTAGE
VOLTAGE
VOLTAGE
RS485
AO1
AI2
AI1
Keypad of the Drive
Keypad of the Drive
The control keypad is the interface between the Johnson
Controls VSD Series II frequency converter and the user.
With the control keypad it is possible to control the speed of
a motor, to supervise the state of the equipment and to set
the frequency converter’s parameters.
There are two different keypads used with the Series II drive.
The North American Keypad is slightly different than the
EMEA Keypad. Functionality is quite similar. The EMEA
keypad does not support the bypass functionality commonly
used in the United States.
US Keypad Buttons
Increase Value
Scroll Menu Up
Switching Between
Drive and Bypass
Change Control Place
Between Hand-Off-Auto
Move Cursor Left
Back when Pressed
for two Seconds
Move Cursor Right
Stop Button/Fault Reset
Start Button
Enter Menu
Confirm Selection
Decrease Value
Scroll Menu Down
EMEA Keypad Buttons
Increase Value
Scroll Menu Up
Back Fault Reset
Change Control Place
Between Hand-Off-Auto
Move Cursor Left
Move Cursor Right
Stop Button
Start Button
Enter Menu
Confirm Selection
Decrease Value
Scroll Menu Down
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Keypad of the Drive
Keypad Display
The keypad display indicates the status of the motor and the drive and any irregularities in
motor or drive functions. On the display, the user sees information about his present location
in the menu structure and the item displayed.
Main Menu
The data on the control keypad are arranged in menus and submenus. Use the up and down
arrows to move between the menus. Enter the group/item by pressing the OK button and
return to the former level by pressing the Back/Reset button.
The Location field indicates your current location. The Status field gives information about the
present status of the drive. See “Control Connections” on Page 2.
Main Menu
Status Field
STOP/RUN
Direction
Run Mode
Hand/Off/Auto
STOP
E-Energy
Hand
I/O
Control Place
PC/IO/KEYPAD/FIELDBUS
Location Field
(Parameter ID number and
current menu location)
Activated Group/Item
Press OK to Enter
Using the Graphical Keypad
Editing Values
Change value of a parameter following the procedure below:
1.
Locate the parameter.
2.
Enter the Edit mode.
3.
Set new value with the up/down arrow buttons. You can also move from digit to digit
with the arrow buttons left/right if the value is numerical and then change the value with
the up/down arrow buttons.
4.
Confirm change with OK button or ignore change by returning to previous level with
Back/Reset button.
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Keypad of the Drive
Editing Values on Graphical Keypad
STOP
READY
I/O
STOP
READY
I/O
STOP
OK
READY
I/O
OK
OK
BACK
RESET
STOP
READY
I/O
STOP
READY
I/O
OR:
HOA Control Button
The HOA (Hand-Off-Auto) button is used for two functions:
to quickly access the Control page and to easily change
between the Hand (Keypad), Off, and Auto (Remote) control
places.
Control Place
The control place is the source of control where the drive can
be started and stopped. Every control place has its own
parameter for selecting the frequency reference source. In
the HVAC drive, the Hand control place is always the keypad.
The Auto control place is determined by parameter P2.1.1
(Keypad, I/O Terminal, I/O three-wire, or Fieldbus CTRL). The
selected control place can be seen on the status bar of the
keypad.
Changing Control Place
Change of control place from Hand to Auto (keypad).
1.
Anywhere in the menu structure, push the HOA button.
2.
Push the arrow up or the arrow down button to select
Hand/Off/Auto and confirm with the OK button.
3.
On the next display, select Hand, Off, or Auto and again
confirm with the OK button.
4.
The display will return to the same location as it was
when the HOA button was pushed. However, if the
Remote control place was changed to Hand (Keypad)
you will be prompted for keypad reference.
Local Control
The keypad is always used as control place while in hand
control. Hand control has higher priority than auto control.
Therefore, if, for example, bypassed by parameter P2.1.17
through digital input while in Remote, the control place will
still switch to Keypad if Hand is selected. Switching between
Hand, Off, and Auto Control can be done by pressing the
HOA button on the keypad.
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Keypad of the Drive
Accessing the Control Page
The Control page is meant for easy operation and monitoring of the most essential values.
1.
Anywhere in the menu structure, push the HOA button.
2.
Push the arrow up or the arrow down button to select Control page and confirm with the
OK button.
3.
The control page appears. If keypad control place and keypad reference are selected to
be used, you can set the Keypad reference after having pressed the OK button. If other
control places or reference values are used, the display will show Frequency reference
which is not editable. The other values on the page are Multimonitoring values. You can
choose which values appear here for monitoring (for this procedure, see Application
Manual).
Accessing Control Page
STOP
READY
I/O
STOP
READY
Keypad
STOP
Keypad
0.00 Hz
Edit
HOA
READY
OK
OK
STOP
READY
Keypad
0.00 Hz
OK
Help Texts
The graphical keypad features instant help and information displays for various items.
All parameters offer an instant help display. Select Help and press the OK button.
Text information is also available for faults, alarms and the Startup Wizard.
Help Text Example
STOP
READY
I/O
STOP
OK
6
READY
I/O
STOP
OK
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READY
I/O
Johnson Controls Series II—Startup
Johnson Controls Series II—Startup
Startup Wizard
In the Startup Wizard, you will be prompted for essential
information needed by the drive so that it can start
controlling your process. In the Wizard, you will need the
following keypad buttons:
Left/Right arrows. Use these to easily move
between digits and decimals.
Up/Down arrows. Use these to move between
options in menu and to change value.
OK button. Confirm selection with this button.
OK
BACK Back/Reset button. Pressing this button, you can
RESET return to the previous question in the Wizard. If
pressed at the first question, the Startup Wizard will
be cancelled.
Once you have connected power to your Johnson Controls
Series II frequency converter, follow these instructions to
easily set up your drive.
1
2
Run Startup Wizard
Yes
No
Language Select
Depends on language package
3
Daylight Saving Russia
US
EU
OFF
4
5
6
Time hh:mm:ss
Day dd.mm.
Year yyyy
Note
These questions appear if battery is installed.
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Application
Standard
PID
Multi-Pump
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
Bypass
Enabled
Disabled
Motor Nominal Current
Min: 0.26A
Max: Drive Dependent
Motor Nominal Voltage
Min: 180.0V
Max: 690.0V
Motor Nominal Frequency
Min: 8 Hz
Max: 320 Hz
Motor Nominal Speed
Min: 24 RPM
Max: 19200 RPM
Min Frequency
Min: 0 Hz
Max: 60 Hz
Max Frequency
Min: 12 Hz
Max: 320 Hz
Accel Time 1
Min: 0.1s
Max: 3000s
Decel Time 1
Min: 0.1s
Max: 3000s
StartSourceHand
Keypad
FieldbusCTRL
I/O Three-Wire
I/O Terminal
18
StartSourceAuto
I/O Terminal
Keypad
FieldbusCTRL
I/O Three-Wire
19
SpeedSetptHand
Keypad Ref
P1D1 Activated
AI1 + AI2
AI2
AI1
Fieldbus
20
SpeedSetptAuto
PID1 Activated
AI1 + AI2
AI2
AI1
Fieldbus
Keypad Ref
Now the Startup Wizard is done.
The Startup Wizard can be re-initiated by pressing and
holding the back/reset button for two seconds. The Startup
Wizard will appear upon next power up.
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Johnson Controls Series II—Startup
PID Mini-Wizard
Multi-Pump
The PID Mini-Wizard is activated in the Quick Setup menu.
This Wizard presupposes that you are going to use the PID
controller in the “one feedback/one setpoint” mode. The
control place will be I/O A and the default process unit “%”.
If Multi-Pump is the selected application, parameter group
2.16 will be visible in the menu structure. Default values may
need to be adjusted to meet your application needs.
The PID Mini-Wizard asks for the following values to be set:
Parameter
Group Name
Parameter
Number
Parameter
Name
1
Parameter Group 2.16:
Multi-Pump
P2.16.1
Number of motors
P2.16.2
Interlock function
P2.16.3
Include FC
P2.16.4
Autochange
P2.16.5
Autochange interval
P2.16.6
Autochange frequency limit
P2.16.7
Autochange motor limit
P2.16.8
Bandwidth
P2.16.9
Bandwidth delay
FeedBack1 Srce
AI2
AI1
Not Used
ProceDataIn8
ProceDataIn7
ProceDataIn6
ProceDataIn5
ProceDataIn4
ProceDataIn3
ProceDataIn2
ProceDataIn1
AI6
AI5
AI4
AI3
2
Process Unit Selection
(Several Selections)
3
4
5
6
7
Process Unit Min
—
Process Unit Max
—
P-Gain
Min: 0%
Max: 200%
Integration Time
Min: 0.00s
Max: 600.00s
SetPT1 Source
Keypad SP1
Not Used
ProceDataIn8
ProceDataIn7
ProceDataIn6
ProceDataIn5
ProceDataIn4
ProceDataIn3
ProceDataIn2
ProceDataIn1
AI6
AI5
AI4
AI3
AI2
AI1
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Menu Structure
Menu Structure
For more information, the complete Application Manual can be referenced at:
http://www.johnsoncontrols.com —> HVAC Controls —> Variable Speed Drives.
Keypad Menus
Monitor
Parameters
Basic
Diagnostics
Active Faults
Timer Functions
Reset Faults
Multimonitor
Fault History
Basic Parameters
Total Counters
Analog Inputs
Trip Counters
Digital Inputs
Analog Outputs
Software Info
I/O & Hardware
Basic I/O
Digital Outputs
Slot D
Drive Control
Slot E
Motor Control
Real Time Clock
Protections
Power Unit Settings
Fixed Frequencies
Keypad
Fire Mode
RS485
Multi-Pump
—
Braking
Ethernet
Fieldbus
User Settings
—
Second Parameter Set
Favorites
—
Timer Functions
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Parameter List
Parameter List
Parameter Group Name
Parameter Number
Parameter Name
ID
P2.1.1
Application
213
P2.1.2
ByPass
214
P2.1.3
HOA Control Stc
1359
P2.1.4
Start Srce Hand
1300
P2.1.5
Speed Setpt Hand
1301
P2.1.6
Start Srce Auto
1302
P2.1.7
Speed Setpt Auto
1303
P2.1.8
Min Frequency
101
P2.1.9
Max Frequency
102
P2.1.10
Accel Time 1
103
P2.1.11
Decel Time 1
104
P2.1.12
Motor Nom Currnt
113
P2.1.13
Motor Nom Voltg
110
P2.1.14
Motor Nom Freq
111
P2.1.15
Motor Nom Speed
112
P2.1.16
MotorPowerFactor
120
P2.1.17
Current Limit
107
P2.1.18
Service Factor
1357
P2.2.1.1
AI1 Signal selection
377
P2.2.1.2
AI1 Signal Inv
387
P2.2.1.3
AI1 Signal Range
379
P2.2.1.4
AI1 Custom Min
380
P2.2.1.5
AI1 Custom Max
381
Parameter Group 2.1—Basic Parameters
Basic
Parameter Group 2.2—Analog Inputs
Analog Input 1
Analog Input 2
Analog Input 3
10
P2.2.1.6
AI1 Filter Time
378
P2.2.2.1
AI2 Signal selection
388
P2.2.2.2
AI2 Signal Inv
398
P2.2.2.3
AI2 Signal Range
390
P2.2.2.4
AI2 Custom Min
391
P2.2.2.5
AI2 Custom Max
392
P2.2.2.6
AI2 Filter Time
389
P2.2.3.1
AI3 Signal selection
141
P2.2.3.2
AI3 Signal Inv
151
P2.2.3.3
AI3 Signal Range
143
P2.2.3.4
AI3 Custom Min
144
P2.2.3.5
AI3 Custom Max
145
P2.2.3.6
AI3 Filter Time
142
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Parameter List
Parameter Group Name
Parameter Number
Parameter Name
ID
P2.2.4.1
AI4 Signal selection
152
P2.2.4.2
AI4 Signal Inv
162
P2.2.4.3
AI4 Signal Range
154
P2.2.4.4
AI4 Custom Min
155
P2.2.4.5
AI4 Custom Max
156
P2.2.4.6
AI4 Filter Time
153
P2.2.5.1
AI5 Signal selection
188
P2.2.5.2
AI5 Signal Inv
198
P2.2.5.3
AI5 Signal Range
190
P2.2.5.4
AI5 Custom Min
191
P2.2.5.5
AI5 Custom Max
192
P2.2.5.6
AI5 Filter Time
189
P2.2.6.1
AI6 Signal selection
199
P2.2.6.2
AI6 Signal Inv
209
P2.2.6.3
AI6 Signal Range
201
P2.2.6.4
AI6 Custom Min
202
P2.2.6.5
AI6 Custom Max
203
P2.2.6.6
AI6 Filter Time
200
P2.2.7.1
Ref Scale Min.
1307
P2.2.7.2
Ref Scale Max.
1308
Digital Input 1
P2.3.1.1
DI1 Open Invert
Not accessible
P2.3.1.2
DI1 Function
Not accessible
Digital Input 2
P2.3.2.1
DIN 2 Invert
1419
P2.3.2.2
DIN2 Function
1320
Digital Input 3
P2.3.3.1
DIN 3 Invert
1420
P2.3.3.2
DIN3 Function
1321
P2.3.4.1
DIN 4 Invert
1421
P2.3.4.2
DIN4 Function
1322
Digital Input 5
P2.3.5.1
DIN 5 Invert
1422
P2.3.5.2
DIN5 Function
1323
Digital Input 6
P2.3.6.1
DIN 6 Invert
1423
P2.3.6.2
DIN6 Function
1324
Digital Input Ext 1
P2.3.7.1
Ext-D1 Terminal
1325
P2.3.7.2
Ext-D1 Function
1326
P2.3.8.1
Ext-D2 Terminal
1327
P2.3.8.2
Ext-D2 Function
1328
Parameter Group 2.2—Analog Inputs, continued
Analog Input 4
Analog Input 5
Analog Input 6
Parameter Group 2.2—Basic Parameters
Basic
Parameter Group 2.3—Digital Inputs
Digital Input 4
Digital Input Ext 2
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Parameter List
Parameter Group Name
Parameter Number
Parameter Name
ID
P2.3.9.1
Start logic
1304
P2.3.9.2
INTLK Timeout
1305
P2.3.9.3
Delay Time
1306
P2.3.9.4
Intrlk Stop Mode
1356
P2.3.9.5
Interlock 1 Text
1315
P2.3.9.6
Interlock 2 Text
1316
P2.3.9.7
Interlock 3 Text
1317
P2.4.1.1
AO1 Function
10050
P2.4.1.2
AO1 Filter Time
10051
P2.4.1.3
AO1 Min Signal
10052
P2.4.1.4
AO1 MinScale
10053
P2.4.1.5
AO1 MaxScale
10054
P2.4.1.6
AO1 Invert
10060
P2.5.1.1
RO1 function
11001
P2.5.1.2
RO1 Invert
11020
P2.5.1.3
RO1 ON delay
11002
P2.5.1.4
RO1 OFF delay
11003
P2.5.2.1
RO2 function
11004
P2.5.2.2
RO2 Invert
11021
P2.5.2.3
RO2 ON delay
11005
P2.5.2.4
RO2 OFF delay
11006
Digital Output 3
P2.5.3.1
RO3 function
11007
Supervision
P2.5.9.1
Superv1 Item
1622
P2.5.9.2
Supervision #1 mode
1623
P2.5.9.3
Supervision #1 limit
1624
P2.5.9.4
Supervision #1 limit hysteresis
1625
P2.5.9.5
Superv2 Item
1626
P2.5.9.6
Supervision #2 mode
1627
P2.5.9.7
Supervision #2 limit
1628
P2.5.9.8
Supervision #2 limit hysteresis
1629
Parameter Group 2.3—Basic Parameters
Basic
Parameter Group 2.4—Analog Outputs
Analog Output 1
Parameter Group 2.5—Digital Outputs
Digital Output 1
Digital Output 2
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Parameter List
Parameter Group Name
Parameter Number
Parameter Name
ID
P2.6.1.1
Start Function
505
P2.6.1.2
Stop Function
506
P2.6.1.3
InhibitDirection
1336
P2.6.1.4
Reference Unit
1362
P2.6.1.5
Keypad Reference
184
P2.6.1.6
Keypad Direction
123
P2.6.1.7
Keypad Reference copy
181
P2.6.1.8
Keypad Stop Button
114
P2.6.1.9
Accel Time 2
502
P2.6.1.10
Decel Time 2
503
P2.6.1.11
RampselectMode
1333
P2.6.1.12
Accel2Threshold
526
P2.6.1.13
Decel2Threshold
1334
P2.6.1.14
S-Ramp 1 Shape
500
P2.6.1.15
S-Ramp 2 Shape
501
P2.6.2.1
Range 1 Low Lim
509
P2.6.2.2
Range 1 High Lim
510
P2.6.2.3
Range 2 Low Lim
511
P2.6.2.4
Range 2 High Lim
512
P2.6.2.5
Range 3 Low Lim
513
P2.6.2.6
Range 3 High Lim
514
P2.6.2.7
Range 4 Low Lim
1337
P2.6.2.8
Range 4 High Lim
1338
P2.6.2.9
Range 5 Low Lim
1339
P2.6.2.10
Range 5 High Lim
1340
P2.6.2.11
Range 6 Low Lim
1341
P2.6.2.12
Range 6 High Lim
1342
P2.6.2.13
RampTimeFactor
518
P2.7.1
V/Hz RatioSelect
108
P2.7.2
Field WeakngPnt
602
P2.7.3
Voltage at FWP
603
P2.7.4
V/Hz Mid Freq
604
P2.7.5
V/Hz Mid Voltage
605
P2.7.6
Zero Freq Voltg
606
P2.7.7
Switching Freq
601
Parameter Group 2.6—Drive Control
Basic
Skip Frequencies
Parameter Group 2.7—Motor Control
Motor Control
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Parameter List
Parameter Group Name
Parameter Number
Parameter Name
ID
P2.8.1.1
AI Low Fault
700
P2.8.1.2
Undervoltage Flt
727
P2.8.1.3
OutputPhase Flt
702
P2.8.1.4
Motor Duty Cycle
708
P2.8.1.5
Underload Flt
713
P2.8.1.6
Motor Therm Prot
704
P2.8.1.7
MotAmbient Temp
705
P2.8.1.8
ZeroSpeedCooling
706
P2.8.1.9
ThermTimeConst
707
P2.8.1.10
Thermistor Fault
732
P2.8.1.11
External Fault
701
P2.8.1.12
FieldbusComm Flt
733
P2.8.1.13
InputPhaseFault
730
P2.8.1.14
MotorStall Flt
709
P2.8.1.15
PID1 Supervision
749
P2.8.1.16
PID2 Supervision
757
P2.8.1.17
SlotCommFlt
734
Parameter Group 2.8—Faults
Faults
Automatic Reset
14
P2.8.1.18
Preset Alarm Freq
183
P2.8.2.1
Automatic Reset
731
P2.8.2.2
Restart function
719
P2.8.2.3
Wait Time
717
P2.8.2.4
Trial Time
718
P2.8.2.5
Number of trials
759
P2.8.2.6
Undervoltage Flt
720
P2.8.2.7
Overvoltage Flt
721
P2.8.2.8
Overcurrent Flt
722
P2.8.2.9
AI Low Fault
723
P2.8.2.10
UnitOverTemp Flt
724
P2.8.2.11
MotorOverTempFlt
725
P2.8.2.12
External Fault
726
P2.8.2.13
IGBT temp
1358
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Parameter List
Parameter Group Name
Parameter Number
Parameter Name
ID
P2.9.1.1.1
Gain, PID Controller 1
118
P2.9.1.1.2
Integration Time, PID Controller 1
119
P2.9.1.1.3
Derivation Time, PID Controller 1
132
P2.9.1.1.4
ProcessUnitSel, PID Controller 1
1036
P2.9.1.1.5
ProcessUnitMin, PID Controller 1
1033
P2.9.1.1.6
ProcessUnitMax, PID Controller 1
1034
P2.9.1.1.7
ProcessUnitDecimals, PID Controller 1
1035
P2.9.1.1.8
Error Inversion, PID Controller 1
340
P2.9.1.1.9
Dead Band, PID Controller 1
1056
Parameter Group 2.9—PID Controller
PID Controller 1, Basic Settings
PID Controller 1, Setpoints
PID Controller 1, Feedbacks
PID Controller 1, Feedforward
P2.9.1.1.10
Dead band delay, PID Controller 1
1057
P2.9.1.2.1
Keypad SP 1, PID Controller 1
167
P2.9.1.2.2
Keypad SP 2, PID Controller 1
168
P2.9.1.2.3
Ramp Time, PID Controller 1
1068
P2.9.1.2.4
SetPt 1 Source, PID Controller 1
332
P2.9.1.2.5
SetPt 1 min, PID Controller 1
1069
P2.9.1.2.6
SP 1 maximum, PID Controller 1
1070
P2.9.1.2.7
SP 1 Sleep Freq, PID Controller 1
1016
P2.9.1.2.8
SP 1 Sleep delay, PID Controller 1
1017
P2.9.1.2.9
SP 1 WakeUpLevel, PID Controller 1
1018
P2.9.1.2.10
SP 1 boost, PID Controller 1
1071
P2.9.1.2.11
SP 2 Source, PID Controller 1
431
P2.9.1.2.12
SP 2 minimum, PID Controller 1
1073
P2.9.1.2.13
SP 2 maximum, PID Controller 1
1074
P2.9.1.2.14
SP 2 Sleep Freq, PID Controller 1
1075
P2.9.1.2.15
SP 2 Sleep delay, PID Controller 1
1076
P2.9.1.2.16
SP 2 WakeUpLevel, PID Controller 1
1077
P2.9.1.2.17
SP 2 boost, PID Controller 1
1078
P2.9.1.3.1
Function, PID Controller 1
333
P2.9.1.3.2
Gain, PID Controller 1
1058
P2.9.1.3.3
FeedBack 1 Srce, PID Controller 1
334
P2.9.1.3.4
FB 1 Minimum, PID Controller 1
336
P2.9.1.3.5
FB 1 Maximum, PID Controller 1
337
P2.9.1.3.6
FB 2 Source, PID Controller 1
335
P2.9.1.3.7
FB 2 Minimum, PID Controller 1
338
P2.9.1.3.8
FB 2 Maximum, PID Controller 1
339
P2.9.1.4.1
Function, PID Controller 1
1059
P2.9.1.4.2
Gain, PID Controller 1
1060
P2.9.1.4.3
FF 1 Source, PID Controller 1
1061
P2.9.1.4.4
FF1 Minimum, PID Controller 1
1062
P2.9.1.4.5
FF1 Maximum, PID Controller 1
1063
P2.9.1.4.6
FF 2 Source, PID Controller 1
1064
P2.9.1.4.7
FF2 Minimum, PID Controller 1
1065
P2.9.1.4.8
FF2 Maximum, PID Controller 1
1066
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Parameter List
Parameter Group Name
Parameter Number
Parameter Name
ID
P2.9.1.5.1
Enable Superv, PID Controller 1
735
P2.9.1.5.2
Upper limit, PID Controller 1
736
P2.9.1.5.3
Lower limit, PID Controller 1
758
P2.9.1.5.4
Delay, PID Controller 1
737
P2.9.1.6.1
Enable SP 1, PID Controller 1
1529
P2.9.1.6.2
SP 1 Max Comp., PID Controller 1
1530
P2.9.1.6.3
Enable SP 2, PID Controller 1
1531
Parameter Group 2.9—PID Controller, continued
PID Controller 1, Process Supervision
PID Controller 1, Pressure Loss Compensation
PID Controller 2, Basic Settings
PID Controller 2, Setpoints
PID Controller 2, Feedbacks
PID Controller 2, Process Supervision
16
P2.9.1.6.4
SP 2 Max Comp., PID Controller 1
1532
P2.9.2.1.1
Gain, PID Controller 2
1631
P2.9.2.1.2
Integration Time, PID Controller 2
1632
P2.9.2.1.3
Derivation Time, PID Controller 2
1633
P2.9.2.1.4
ProcessUnitSel, PID Controller 2
1635
P2.9.2.1.5
ProcessUnitMin, PID Controller 2
1664
P2.9.2.1.6
ProcessUnitMax, PID Controller 2
1665
P2.9.2.1.7
ProcessUnitDecimals, PID Controller 2
1666
P2.9.2.1.8
Error Inversion, PID Controller 2
1636
P2.9.2.1.9
Dead Band, PID Controller 2
1637
P2.9.2.1.10
Dead band delay, PID Controller 2
1638
P2.9.2.2.1
Keypad SP 1, PID Controller 2
1640
P2.9.2.2.2
Keypad SP 2, PID Controller 2
1641
P2.9.2.2.3
Ramp Time, PID Controller 2
1642
P2.9.2.2.4
SetPt 1 Source, PID Controller 2
1643
P2.9.2.2.5
SetPt 1 min, PID Controller 2
1644
P2.9.2.2.6
SP 1 maximum, PID Controller 2
1645
P2.9.2.2.7
SP 2 Source, PID Controller 2
1646
P2.9.2.2.8
SP 2 minimum, PID Controller 2
1647
P2.9.2.2.9
SP 2 maximum, PID Controller 2
1648
P2.9.2.3.1
Function, PID Controller 2
1650
P2.9.2.3.2
Gain, PID Controller 2
1651
P2.9.2.3.3
FeedBack 1 Srce, PID Controller 2
1652
P2.9.2.3.4
FB 1 Minimum, PID Controller 2
1653
P2.9.2.3.5
FB 1 Maximum, PID Controller 2
1654
P2.9.2.3.6
FB 2 Source, PID Controller 2
1655
P2.9.2.3.7
FB 2 Minimum, PID Controller 2
1656
P2.9.2.3.8
FB 2 Maximum, PID Controller 2
1657
P2.9.2.4.1
Enable Superv, PID Controller 2
1659
P2.9.2.4.2
Upper limit, PID Controller 2
1660
P2.9.2.4.3
Lower limit, PID Controller 2
1661
P2.9.2.4.4
Delay, PID Controller 2
1662
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Parameter List
Parameter Group Name
Parameter Number
Parameter Name
ID
P2.10.1
Preset Freq 1
105
P2.10.2
Preset Freq 2
106
P2.10.3
Preset Freq 3
126
P2.10.4
Preset Freq 4
127
P2.10.5
Preset Freq 5
128
P2.10.6
Preset Freq 6
129
P2.10.7
Preset Freq 7
130
P2.11.1
Firemode Freq
1598
Parameter Group 2.10—Fixed Frequencies
Fixed Frequencies
Parameter Group 2.11—Fire Mode
Fire Mode
Parameter Group 2.12—Multi-Pump
Multi-Pump
P2.12.1
Number of motors
1001
P2.12.2
Interlock function
1032
P2.12.3
Include FC
1028
P2.12.4
Autochange
1027
P2.12.5
Autochange interval
1029
P2.12.6
Autochange: frequency limit
1031
P2.12.7
Autochange: motor limit
1030
P2.12.8
Bandwidth
1097
P2.12.9
Bandwidth delay
1098
Parameter Group 2.13—Braking
Braking
P2.13.1
DC Brake Current
507
P2.13.2
DC Time Stop
508
P2.13.3
DC BrakeFreqStop
515
P2.13.4
StartMagnTime
516
P2.13.5
StartMagnCurrent
517
P2.13.6
Preheat Current
1335
P2.14.1
FB Data Out1 Sel
852
P2.14.2
FB Data Out2 Sel
853
P2.14.3
FB Data Out3 Sel
854
P2.14.4
FB Data Out4 Sel
855
P2.14.5
FB Data Out5 Sel
856
P2.14.6
FB Data Out6 Sel
857
P2.14.7
FB Data Out7 Sel
858
P2.14.8
FB Data Out8 Sel
859
P2.15.1.1
Motor Nom Currnt, Set2
1347
P2.15.1.2
Motor Nom Voltg, Set2
1348
P2.15.1.3
Motor Nom Freq, Set2
1349
P2.15.1.4
Motor Nom Speed, Set2
1350
P2.15.1.5
MotorPowerFactor, Set2
1351
P2.15.1.6
Current Limit, Set2
1352
P2.15.1.7
Motor Therm Prot, Set2
1353
Parameter Group 2.14—Fieldbus
Fieldbus
Parameter Group 2.15—Second Param Set
Motor 2
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Parameter List
Parameter Group Name
Parameter Number
Parameter Name
ID
P2.15.2.1
Min Frequency, Set2
1343
P2.15.2.2
Max Frequency, Set2
1344
P2.15.2.3
Accel Time 1, Set2
1345
P2.15.2.4
Decel Time 1, Set2
1346
P2.15.2.5
V/Hz RatioSelect, Set2
1355
P2.16.1.1
ON Time, Interval 1
1670
P2.16.1.2
Off Time, Interval 1
1671
P2.16.1.3
From Day, Interval 1
1672
P2.16.1.4
To Day, Interval 1
1673
P2.16.1.5
Assign to channel, Interval 1
1674
P2.16.2.1
ON Time, Interval 2
1675
P2.16.2.2
Off Time, Interval 2
1676
P2.16.2.3
From Day, Interval 2
1677
P2.16.2.4
To Day, Interval 2
1678
P2.16.2.5
Assign to channel, Interval 2
1679
P2.16.3.1
ON Time, Interval 3
1680
P2.16.3.2
Off Time, Interval 3
1681
P2.16.3.3
From Day, Interval 3
1682
P2.16.3.4
To Day, Interval 3
1683
P2.16.3.5
Assign to channel, Interval 3
1684
P2.16.4.1
ON Time, Interval 4
1685
P2.16.4.2
Off Time, Interval 4
1686
P2.16.4.3
From Day, Interval 4
1687
P2.16.4.4
To Day, Interval 4
1688
P2.16.4.5
Assign to channel, Interval 4
1689
P2.16.5.1
ON Time, Interval 5
1690
P2.16.5.2
Off Time, Interval 5
1691
P2.16.5.3
From Day, Interval 5
1692
P2.16.5.4
To Day, Interval 5
1693
P2.16.5.5
Assign to channel, Interval 5
1694
P2.16.6.1
Duration
1695
P2.16.6.2
Assign to channel
1696
P2.16.7.1
Duration
1697
P2.16.7.2
Assign to channel
1698
P2.16.8.1
Duration
1699
P2.16.8.2
Assign to channel
1700
Parameter Group 2.15—Second Param Set, continued
Drive Control 2
Parameter Group 2.16—Timer Functions
Interval 1
Interval 2
Interval 3
Interval 4
Interval 5
Timer 1
Timer 2
Timer 3
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Diagnostics
Diagnostics
Under this menu, you can find Active faults, Reset faults, Fault history, Counters and Software info.
Active Faults
Menu
Function
Note
Active faults
When a fault/faults appear(s), the display with the name of
the fault starts to blink. Press OK to return to the
Diagnostics menu. The Active faults submenu shows the
number of faults. Select the fault and push OK to see the
fault-time data.
The fault remains active until it is cleared with the Reset
button (push for 2s) or with a reset signal from the I/O
terminal or Fieldbus or by choosing Reset faults (see
below). The memory of active faults can store the
maximum of 10 faults in the order of appearance.
Menu
Function
Note
Reset faults
In this menu you can reset faults. For closer instructions.
Reset Faults
CAUTION! Remove external Control signal before
resetting the fault to prevent unintentional restart
of the drive.
Fault History
Menu
Function
Note
Fault history
40 latest faults are stored in the Fault history.
Entering the Fault history and clicking OK on the selected
fault shows the fault time data (details).
Fault Codes
Fault Codes and Descriptions
Fault
Code
Fault
ID
1
2
3
5
Fault Name
Possible Cause
Remedy
1
Overcurrent
(hardware fault)
2
Overcurrent
(software fault)
AC drive has detected too high a current
(>4*IH) in the motor cable:
• Sudden heavy load increase
• Short circuit in motor cables
• Unsuitable motor
•
•
•
•
•
Check loading
Check motor
Check cables and connections
Make identification run
Check ramp times
10
Overvoltage
(hardware fault)
•
•
11
Overvoltage
(software fault)
The DC-link voltage has exceeded the
limits defined:
• Too short a deceleration time
• Brake chopper is disabled
• High overvoltage spikes in supply
• Start/Stop sequence too fast
Make deceleration time longer
Use brake chopper or brake resistor
(available as options)
Activate overvoltage controller
Check input voltage
Current measurement has detected that
the sum of motor phase current is not zero:
• Insulation failure in cables or motor
Check motor cables and motor
The charging switch is open, when the
START command has been given:
• Faulty operation
• Component failure
•
•
20
Earth fault
(hardware fault)
21
Earth fault
(software fault)
40
Charging switch
•
•
Reset the fault and restart
Should the fault re-occur, contact the
distributor near to you
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Diagnostics
Fault Codes and Descriptions, continued
Fault
Code
Fault
ID
Fault Name
Possible Cause
Remedy
7
60
Saturation
Various causes:
• Defective component
• Brake resistor short-circuit or overload
•
•
•
•
8
9
600
System fault
Reset the fault and restart. Should the fault
re-occur, contact the distributor near you
602
Watchdog has reset the CPU
603
Voltage of auxiliary power in power unit
is too low
604
Phase fault: Voltage of an output phase
does not follow the reference
605
CPLD has faulted but there is no detailed
information about the fault
606
Control and power unit software are
incompatible
Update software. Should the fault re-occur,
contact the distributor near you
607
Software version cannot be read. There is
no software in power unit
Update power unit software. Should the fault
re-occur, contact the distributor near you
608
CPU overload. Some part of the software
(for example application) has caused an
overload situation. The source of fault
has been suspended
Reset the fault and restart. Should the fault
re-occur, contact the distributor near you
609
Memory access has failed. For example,
retain variables could not be restored
610
Necessary device properties cannot be read
647
Software error
648
Invalid function block used in application.
System software and application are not
compatible
649
Resource overload:
• Error when loading parameter initial
values
• Error when restoring parameters
• Error when saving parameters
80
Undervoltage
(fault)
81
Undervoltage
(alarm)
10
91
11
100
20
Communication between control board
and power unit has failed
Cannot be reset from keypad
Switch off power
DO NOT RECONNECT POWER! Contact
factory
If this fault appears simultaneously with
F1, check motor cables and motor
Update software. Should the fault re-occur,
contact the distributor near you
DC link voltage is under the voltage limits
defined:
• Most probable cause: Too low a supply
voltage
• AC drive internal fault
• Defect input fuse
• External charge switch not closed
Note: This fault is activated only if the drive
is in Run state.
In case of temporary supply voltage break reset
the fault and restart the AC drive. Check the
supply voltage. If it is adequate, an internal
failure has occurred. Contact the distributor
near you
Input phase
Input line phase is missing
Check supply voltage, fuses and cable
Output phase
supervision
Current measurement has detected that there
is no current in one motor phase
Check motor cable and motor
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Diagnostics
Fault Codes and Descriptions, continued
Fault
Code
Fault
ID
12
Fault Name
Possible Cause
Remedy
110
Brake chopper supervision
(hardware fault)
111
Brake chopper
saturation alarm
•
•
•
Check brake resistor and cabling. If these are
OK, the chopper is faulty. Contact the
distributor near you
120
AC drive undertemperature
(fault)
121
AC drive overtemperature
(alarm)
130
AC drive overtemperature
(fault, heatsink)
131
AC drive overtemperature
(alarm, heatsink)
132
AC drive overtemperature
(fault, board)
133
AC drive overtemperature
(alarm, board)
15
140
16
13
No brake resistor installed
Brake resistor is broken
Brake chopper failure
Too low temperature measured in power
unit’s heatsink or board. Heat- sink
temperature is under –10°C
—
Too high temperature measured in power
unit’s heatsink or board. Heat- sink
temperature is over 100°C
•
Motor stalled
Motor is stalled
Check motor and load
150
Motor overtemperature
Motor is overloaded
Decrease motor load. If no motor overload
exists, check the temperature model
parameters
17
160
Motor underload
Motor is underloaded
Check load
19
180
Power overload
(short-time supervision)
Drive power is too high
Decrease load
181
Power overload
(long-time supervision)
25
—
Motor control fault
Start angle identification has failed.
Generic motor control fault
—
32
312
Fan cooling
Fan lifetime is up
Change fan and reset fan lifetime counter
33
—
Fire mode enabled
Fire mode of the drive is enabled. The
drive’s protections are not in use
—
37
360
Device changed
(same type)
Option board changed for one previously
inserted in the same slot. The board’s
parameter settings are saved
Device is ready for use. Old parameter settings
will be used
38
370
Device changed
(same type)
Option board added. The option board was
previously inserted in the same slot. The
board’s parameter settings are saved
Device is ready for use. Old parameter settings
will be used
39
380
Device removed
Optional board removed from slot
Device no longer available
40
390
Device unknown
Unknown device connected (power
unit/option board)
Device no longer available
41
400
IGBT temperature
IGBT temperature (unit temperature + I2T)
is too high
•
•
•
Check loading
Check motor size
Make identification run
43
420
Encoder fault
Encoder 1 channel A is missing
•
•
•
•
Check encoder connections
Check encoder and encoder cable
Check encoder board
Check encoder frequency in open loop
14
421
Encoder 1 channel B is missing
422
Both encoder 1 channels are missing
423
Encoder reversed
424
Encoder board missing
•
•
•
Check the correct amount and flow of
cooling air
Check the heatsink for dust
Check the ambient temperature
Make sure that the switching
frequency is not too high in relation to
ambient temperature and motor load
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Fault Codes and Descriptions, continued
Fault
Code
Fault
ID
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Fault Name
Possible Cause
Remedy
430
Device changed
(different type)
Option board changed for one not present
in the same slot before. No parameter
settings are saved
Set the option board parameters again
45
440
Device changed
(different type)
Option board added. The option board was
not previously present in the same slot. No
parameter settings are saved
Set the option board parameters again
51
1051
External fault
Digital input
—
52
1052
Keypad communication
fault
The connection between the control
keypad and frequency converter is broken
Check keypad connection and possible keypad
cable
1352
53
1053
Fieldbus communication
fault
The data connection between the Fieldbus
master and Fieldbus board is broken
Check installation and Fieldbus master
54
1354
Slot A fault
Defective option board or slot
Check board and slot
1454
Slot B fault
1654
Slot D fault
1754
Slot E fault
65
1065
PC communication fault
The data connection between the PC and
frequency converter is broken
—
66
1066
Thermistor fault
The thermistor input has detected an
increase of motor temperature
•
•
69
1310
Fieldbus mapping error
Non-existing ID number is used for
mapping values to Fieldbus Process
Data Out
Check parameters in Fieldbus Data Mapping
menu
1311
Not possible to convert one or more
values for Fieldbus Process Data Out
The value being mapped may be of undefined
type. Check parameters in Fieldbus Data
Mapping menu
1312
Overflow when mapping and converting
values for Fieldbus Process Data Out
(16-bit)
—
101
1101
Process supervision fault
(PID1)
PID controller: Feedback value outside
of supervision limits (and the delay if set)
—
105
1105
Process supervision fault
(PID2)
PID controller: Feedback value outside
of supervision limits (and the delay if set)
—
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Check motor cooling and load
Check thermistor connection (if
thermistor input is not in use it has to
be short circuited)
Diagnostics
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Publication No. LIT-12011773 / Z12052
October 2012
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