Quick Installation Guide CFW500 Frequency Inverter

Quick Installation Guide CFW500 Frequency Inverter
5 NOMENCLATURA
Rated
No of
Rated
Current Phases Voltage
Brake
Protection
Rate
Conducted
Emission
Level
Hardware
Version
NB
20
C2
---
A
02P6
T
4
See Table 2
NB = without dynamic braking
DB = with dynamic braking
CFW500
20 = IP20
N1 = cabinet Nema1 (type 1 as per UL) (protection rate
according to standard IEC IP20)
13348698
1 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
B
A
B
A
B
C
NOTE!
The information mentioned in this warning is important for the proper understanding and good
operation of the product.
High voltages present.
Components sensitive to electrostatic discharges.
Do not touch them.
The connection to the protection grounding is required (PE).
D
E
A
B
C
D
Connection of the shield to the grounding.
3 PRELIMINARY RECOMMENDATIONS
DANGER!
Always disconnect the general power supply before changing any electric component associated
to the inverter. Many components may remain loaded with high voltages and/or moving (fans), even
after the AC power supply input is disconnected or turned off. Wait for at least ten minutes in order
to guarantee the full discharge of the capacitors. Always connect the grounding point of the inverter
to the protection grounding.
NOTE!
Frequency Inverter may interfere with other electronic equipment. Follow the precautions
recommended in manual available in www.weg.net.
E
C
01P6 = 1,6 A
02P6 = 2,6 A
04P3 = 4,3 A
07P0 = 7,0 A
07P3 = 7,3 A
10P0 = 10 A
01P6 = 1,6 A
02P6 = 2,6 A
04P3 = 4,3 A
07P3 = 7,3 A
10P0 = 10 A
07P0 = 7,0 A
09P6 = 9,6 A
16P0 = 16 A
24P0 = 24 A
28P0 = 28 A
33P0 = 33 A
47P0 = 47 A
56P0 = 56 A
01P0 = 1,0 A
01P6 = 1,6 A
02P6 = 2,6 A
04P3 = 4,3 A
06P1 = 6,1 A
02P6 = 2,6 A
04P3 = 4,3 A
06P5 = 6,5 A
10P0 = 10 A
14P0 = 14 A
16P0 = 16 A
24P0 = 24 A
31P0 = 31 A
39P0 = 39 A
49P0 = 49 A
01P7 = 1,7 A
03P0 = 3,0 A
04P3 = 4,3 A
07P0 = 7,0 A
10P0 = 10 A
12P0 = 12 A
Rated
Voltage
N° de Phases
Brake
Protection
Rate
Conducted
Emission Level
B
Frame
Frame
C2
A
Blank
C
D
E
DB
NB
Blank or C2
B
ATTENTION!
Electronic boards have components sensitive to electrostatic discharges.
Do not touch directly on components or connectors. If necessary, first touch the grounding point
of the inverter, which must be connected to the protection earth (PE) or use a proper grounding
strap.
DANGER!
Crushing Hazard
In order to ensure safety in load lifting applications, electric and/or mechanical devices must be
installed outside the inverter for protection against accidental fall of load.
C
D
50
(1,97)
75
(2,95)
100
(3,94)
125
(4,92)
150
(5.9)
175
(6,89)
185
(7,30)
195
(7,70)
290
(11,41)
330
(13)
11,9
(0,47)
11,8
(0,46)
16,7
(0,66)
27,5
(1,08)
34
(1.34)
7,2
(0,28)
7,3
(0,29)
5,8
(0,23)
10,2
(0,40)
10.6
(0.4)
H
L
P
Weight
mm (in)
mm (in)
mm (in)
kg (lb)
189
(7,44)
199
(7,83)
210
(8,27)
306,6
(12,1)
350
(13.8)
75
(2,95)
100
(3,94)
135
(5,31)
180
(7,08)
220
(8.7)
150
(5,91)
160
(6,30)
165
(6,50)
166,5
(6,55)
191.5
(7.5)
Mounting
Bolt
M4
2 (17,7)
C
1,2 (2,65) (1)
M4
2 (17,7)
D
2 (4,4)
M5
3 (26,5)
E
4,3 (0,16)
M6
4,5 (39,82)
10 (22.05)
M6
4.5 (39.82)
Figure 2: Inverter dimensions for mechanical installation
Blank or
H00
B
N.m (Ibf.in)
(1)
0,8 (1,76)
200...240 V
380...480 V
200...240 V
380...480 V
200...240 V
380...480 V
500...600V
200...240 V
380...480 V
200...240 V
380...480 V
A
Recommended
Torque
Dimension tolerance: ±1,0 mm (±0,039 in)
(1) This value refers to the heaviest weight of the frame size.
Blank or C3
20 or N1
A
mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) mm (in)
B
DB
Power Supply
C
Blank or C3
Recommended Torque
Grounding Points
Power Terminals
N.m
Lbf.in
N.m
Lbf.in
0,5
4,34
0,5
4,34
0,5
4,34
0,5
4,34
0,5
4,34
0,5
4,34
0,5
4,34
0,5
4,34
0,5
4,34
1,7
15,00
0,5
4,34
1,8
15,93
0,5
4,34
1,0
8,68
0,5
4,34
2,4
21,24
0,5
4,34
1,76
15,57
0.5
4.34
3.05
27
0.5
4.34
3.05
27
Description of the power terminals:
L/L1, N/L2, L3 (R,S y T): AC power supply. Some models of voltage 200-240 V (see option of models in Table 10)
can operate in 2 or 3 phases (single-phase/ three-phase inverters) without derating of the rated current. In this case,
the AC power supply can be connected to two of the three input terminals without distinction. For the single-phase
models only, the power voltage must be connected to L/L1 and N/L2.
U, V, W: connection for the motor.
-UD: negative pole of the voltage of the DC bus.
+UD: positive pole of the voltage of the DC bus.
BR: connection of the brake resistor.
DCR: connection to the external DC link inductor (optional). Only available for models 28 A, 33 A, 47 A and 56 A /
200-240 V and 24 A, 31 A, 39 A and 49 A / 380-480 V.
9.2 Power and Grounding Wiring, Circuit Breakers and Fuses
Blank or C2
4 = 380...480 V
ATTENTION!
„„ Use proper cable lugs for the power and grounding connection cables. Refer to Table 10 for
recommended wiring, circuit breakers and fuses.
„„ Keep sensitive equipment and wiring at a minimum distance of 0.25 m from the inverter and from
the cables connecting the inverter to the motor.
„„ It is not recommended the use of mini circuit breakers (MDU), because of the actuation level
of the magnet.
Blank or C3
Blank or C2
T = three-phase
power supply
DB
Blank or C3
(a) Surface mounting
5 = 500...600 V
(b) DIN rail mounting (Only Sizes A, B, C)
D
ATTENTION!
Residual Current Device (RCD):
„„ When installing an RCD to guard against electrical shock, only devices with a trip current of
300 mA should be used on the supply side of the inverter.
„„ Depending on the installation (motor cable length, cable type, multimotor configuration, etc.),
the RCD protection may be activated. Contact the RCD manufacturer for selecting the most
appropriate device to be used with inverters.
C
Blank
6 IDENTIFICATION LABEL
Model (Smart code
of the inverter)
Serial number
Production order
Rated input data
(voltage, current
and frequency)
NOTE!
„„ The wire gauges listed in Table 10 sare orientative values. Installation conditions and the maximum
permitted voltage drop must be considered for the proper wiring sizing.
„„ In order to meet UL requirements, use ultra fast (for frame sizes A, B and C), and use fuse type J
or circuit breaker (for frame sizes D and E) fuses at the inverter supply with a current not higher
than the values presented in Table 10.
Manufacturing date
WEG stock item
Rated output data
(voltage, current and
frequency)
NOTE!
It is not the intention of this guide to present all the possibilities for the application of the CFW500,
as well as WEG cannot take any liability for the use of the CFW500 which is not based on this guide.
For further information about installation, full parameter list and recommendations, visit the website
www.weg.net.
Do not execute any applied potential test on the inverter!
If necessary, contact WEG.
The power terminals can be of different sizes and configurations, depending on the model of the inverter, according
to Table 4. The maximum torque of the power terminals and grounding points must be checked in Table 4.
Table 4: Power terminals, grounding points and recommended tightening torque
Blank or C2
NB
T = three-phase
power supply
P
Hardware
Version
NB
2 = 200... 240 V
ATTENTION!
Integral solid state short circuit protection does not provide branch circuit protection. Branch circuit
protection must be provided in accordance with applicable local codes.
Side view
9.1 Identification of the Power Terminals and Grounding Points
Blank or C3
DB
B = singlephase or threephase power
supply
L
Available Options for the Remaining Identification
Codes of the Inverters
NB
S = singlephase
power supply
Front view
A
DANGER!
„„ The following information is merely a guide for proper installation. Comply with applicable local
regulations for electrical installations.
„„ Make sure the power supply is disconnected before starting the installation.
„„ The CFW500 must not be used as an emergency stop device. Provide other devices for that
purpose.
B
ATTENTION!
The procedures recommended in this warning aim at preventing material damages.
Output Rated
Current
Viies of the mounting base
A
A
2 SAFETY WARNINGS IN THIS MANUAL AND IN THE PRODUCT
DANGER!
The procedures recommended in this warning aim at protecting the user against death, serious
injuries and considerable material damages.
--Blank = standard
Sx = special
software
Blank = standard plug-in
module
H00 = without plug-in
Blank = it does not meet the levels of
standards for conducted emission
C2 or C3 = as per category 2 (C2) or 3 (C3) of
IEC 61800-3, with internal RFI filter
The external dimensions and the drilling for the mounting, as well as the net weight (mass) of the inverter are
presented in Figure 2.
Mount the inverter in the upright position on a flat and vertical surface. First, put the screws on the surface where
the inverter will be installed, install the inverter and then tighten the screws observing the maximum torque for the
screws indicated in Figure 2.
Allow the minimum clearances indicated in Figure 3, in order to allow the cooling air circulation. Do not install heat
sensitive components right above the inverter.
Table 2: Available options for each field of the nomenclature according to the rated current and voltage of the inverter
Frame
This quick installation guide contains the basic information necessary to commission the CFW500. It has been
written to be used by qualified personnel with suitable training or technical qualification for operating this type of
equipment. The personnel shall follow all the safety instructions described in this manual defined by the local
regulations. Failure to comply with the safety instructions may result in death, serious injury, and/or equipment
damage.
Special Software
Version
H
Identification of the Model
Frame
D
Ex.: CFW500
Available options
Quick Installation Guide
CFW500 Frequency
Inverter
Product
and
Series
9 ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
8.2 Positioning and Mounting
Table 1: Nomenclature of the inverters CFW500
English
9.3 Power Connections
(c) Minimum ventilation free spaces
Figure 1: Description of the identification labels on the CFW500
7 RECEIVING AND STORAGE
The CFW500 is supplied packed in a cardboard box. On this package, there is an identification label which is the
same as the one attached to the side of the inverter.
Check if:
„„ The identification of the CFW500 matches the model purchased.
„„ Any damages occurred during transportation.
Report any damage immediately to the carrier.
If the CFW500 is not installed soon, store it in a clean and dry location (temperature between -25 °C and 60 °C (-77 ºF
and 140 ºF)), with a cover to prevent dust accumulation inside it.
Frame
A
mm (in)
B
mm (in)
C
mm (in)
D
mm (in)
A
B
C
D
E
15 (0.59)
35 (1.38)
40 (1.57)
40 (1.57)
110 (4.33)
40 (1.57)
50 (1.97)
50 (1.97)
50 (1.97)
130 (5.11)
30 (1.18)
40 (1.57)
50 (1.97)
50 (1.97)
50 (1.96)
10 (0.39) (1)
15 (0.59) (1)
30 (1.18)
40 (1.57)
40 (1.57)
Dimension tolerance: ±1,0 mm (±0,039 in)
(1) It is possible to mount inverters side by side without lateral free space (D = 0), however with maximum ambient temperature of 40 ºC ( 104 ºF).
Figure 3: (a) to (c) - Mechanical installation data (surface mounting and minimum ventilation free espaces)
PE
ATTENTION!
„„ When installing two or more inverters vertically, respect the minimum clearance A + B (as per
Figure 3) and provide an air deflecting plate so that the heat rising up from the bottom inverter
does not affect the top inverter.
„„ Provide independent conduits for the physical separation of signal, control, and power cables
(refer to the Chapter 9 ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION).
Input
power
supply
R
S
T
PE
R S T -Ud BR+Ud U V W
(*)
PE
PE
PE U V W
UVW
Shield
Disconnecting
Fuses
switch
Input
power
supply
R
S
T
R S T -UD BR +UD DCR U V W
PE
PE U V W
V
PE U
PE
W
Shield
Disconnecting
Fuses
switch
(*) The power terminals -Ud, BR and +Ud are not available in models of frame A.
(a) Frames A, B and C
(b) Frames D and E
Figure 4: (a) and (b) - Power and grounding connections
DANGER!
This product was not designed to be used as a safety element. Additional measures must be taken
so as to avoid material and personal damages.
The product was manufactured under strict quality control, however, if installed in systems where
its failure causes risks of material or personal damages, additional external safety devices must
ensure a safety condition in case of a product failure, preventing accidents.
ATTENTION!
The operation of this equipment requires detailed installation and operation instructions provided in
the user's manual, programming manual and communication manuals.
4 ABOUT THE CFW500
The frequency inverter CFW500 is a high-performance product which allows the speed and torque control of threephase induction motors. This product provides the user with the options of vector (VVW) or scalar (V/f) control, both
programmable according to the application.
In the vector mode (VVW), the operation is optimized for the motor in use, obtaining a better performance in terms
of speed regulation. The scalar mode (V/f) is recommended for simpler applications, such as the activation of most
pumps and fans. The V/f mode is used when more than a motor is activated by an inverter simultaneously
(multimotor applications).
ATTENTION!
When the inverter is stored for a long period, it becomes necessary to perform the capacitor
reforming. Refer to the procedure recommended in www.weg.net.
8 INSTALLATION AND CONNECTION
8.3 Cabinet Mounting
9.3.1 Input Connections
For inverters installed inside cabinets or metallic boxes, provide proper exhaustion, so that the temperature remains
within the allowed range. Refer to the dissipated powers in Table 3 shows the air flow of nominal ventilation for each frame.
Cooling Method: fan with air flow upwards.
Table 3: Air flow of the fan
8.1 Environmental Conditions:
Frame
CFM
I/s
m3/min
Avoid:
„„ Direct exposure to sunlight, rain, high humidity or sea-air.
„„ I nflammable or corrosive liquids or gases.
„„ Excessive vibration.
„„ Dust, metallic particles or oil mist.
A
B
C
D (T2)*
D (T4)**
E
20
30
30
100
80
180
9.4
14.1
14.1
47.2
37.8
84.5
0.56
0.85
0.85
2.83
2.27
5.09
Environmental conditions permitted for the operation of the inverter:
„„ Temperature surrounding the inverter: from -10 ºC (14 ºF) to the nominal temperature.
„„ For temperatures surrounding the inverter higher than the specifications in Table B.2 in the user's manual, it is
necessary to apply of 2 % of current derating for each Celsius degree, limited to an increase of 10 ºC (50 ºF).
„„ Air relative humidity: 5 % to 95 % non-condensing.
„„ Maximum altitude: up to 1000 m (3.300 ft) - nominal conditions.
„„ 1000 m to 4000 m (3.300 ft to 13.200 ft) - 1 % of current derating for each 100 m (328 ft) above 1000 m of altitude.
„„ From 2000 m to 4000 m (6.600 ft to 13.200 ft) above sea level - maximum voltage reduction (240 V for 200...240 V models,
480 V for 380...480 V models and 600 V for 500...600 V models) of 1.1 % for each 100 m (330 ft) above 2000 m (6.600 ft).
„„ Pollution degree: 2 (according to EN 50178 and UL 508C), with non-conductive pollution. Condensation must not
originate conduction through the accumulated residues.
DANGER!
Provide a disconnect device for the inverter power supply. This device must cut off the power supply
whenever necessary (during maintenance for instance).
ATTENTION!
The power supply that feeds the inverter must have a grounded neutral. In case of IT networks,
follow the instructions described in the user's manual.
NOTE!
„„ The input power supply voltage must be compatible with the inverter rated voltage.
„„ Power factor correction capacitors are not needed at the inverter input (L/L1, N/L2, L3 or R, S,
T) and must not be installed at the output (U, V, W).
(*) T2 - CFW500 frame D line 200 V (200...240 V).
(**) T4 - CFW500 frame D line 400 V (380...480 V).
8.4 Surface Mounting
Figure 3 illustrates the procedure for the installation of the CFW500 on the mounting surface.
8.5 DIN-Rail Mounting
In frames A, B and C, the inverter CFW500 can also be mounted directly on 35-mm rail as per DIN EN 50.022. For
this mounting, you must first position the lock (*) down and then place the inverter on the rail, position the lock (*) up,
fixing the inverter.
(*) The fastening lock of the inverter on the rail is indicated with a screwdriver in Figure 3.
Power supply capacity
„„ Suitable for use in circuits capable of delivering not more than 30.000 Arms symmetrical (200 V, 480 V or 600 V),
when protected by fuses as specified in Table 10.
9.3.2 Inductor of the DC Link/ Reactance of the Power Supply
„„
In order to prevent damages to the inverter and assure the expected useful life, you must have a minimum
impedance that provide a voltage drop of the input power supply of 1 %. If the impedance of the input power
supply (due to the transformers and cabling) is below the values listed in this table, we recommend the use of
reactance in the input power supply.
Table 5: Cable separation distance
Indication on the Display/Action
Seq
1
„„ Monitoring mode
„„ Press the key ENTER/MENU to enter 1st level of
„„ The PARAM group is selected, press the keys
until selecting the STARTUP group
14 CONSIDERED STANDARDS
3
4
„„
„„
When the STARTUP group is selected
Press the key ENTER/MENU
5
Table 9: Considered standards
„„ If necessary, press ENTER/MENU to modify the
content of "P0202 - Control Type" for P0202 = 0 (V/f)
for the next parameter
15 LIST OF MODELS CFW500 SERIES
127 4,5 1,5 (16)
127 4,5 1,5 (16)
100 5,7 2,5 (14)
47 11,5 2,5 (14)
33 14
6 (10)
33 14
6 (10)
22 21
10 (8)
18 27
10 (8)
8,6 39
10 (8)
8,6 39
10 (8)
825 0,6 1,5 (16)
392 1,3 1,5 (16)
249 2
1,5 (16)
165 3
1,5 (16)
110 4,5 1,5 (16)
82 6,1 1,5 (16)
6
6
8
16
24
24
34
48
78
78
1,2
2,6
4
6
9
12,2
Dynamic braking not
available
2,5 (14)
Dynamic braking not
available
20 14 4,0 (12)
15
13
6 (10)
10
18
10 (8)
8,6 22
10 (8)
8,6 22
10 (8)
4,7 48
16 (6)
20
26
38
45
45
95
2,5 (14)
2,5 (14)
4,0 (12)
4,0 (12)
10,0 (8)
10,0 (8)
10,0 (8)
16 (6)
2,5 (14)
2,5 (14)
2,5 (14)
2,5 (14)
2,5 (14)
2,5 (14)
2,5 (14)
2,5 (14)
2,5 (14)
4,0 (12)
4,0 (12)
6,0 (10)
10,0 (8)
10 (8)
10 (8)
2,5 (14)
2,5 (14)
2,5 (14)
2,5 (14)
2,5 (14)
2,5 (14)
11
7
39
27
15
10
4,0 (12)
2,5/1,5
(14/16) (1)
4,0/2,5
(12/14) (1)
1,5 (16)
2,5 (14)
4,0 (12)
6,0 (10)
10,0 (8)
10,0 (8)
10,0 (8)
16 (6)
1,5 (16)
1,5 (16)
1,5 (16)
1,5 (16)
1,5 (16)
1,5 (16)
1,5 (16)
1,5 (16)
2,5 (14)
4,0 (12)
4,0 (12)
6,0 (10)
10,0 (8)
10 (8)
10 (8)
1,5 (16)
1,5 (16)
1,5 (16)
2,5 (14)
2,5 (14)
2,5 (14)
4,0 (12)
Dynamic braking not
available
2,5 (14)
2,5 (14)
1,5 (16)
10
16
25
40
40
50
65
80
1,6
2,5
4,0
6,3
10
4,0
6,3
10
16
20
25
40
50
50
65
2,5
4
6,3
10
16
16
(1)
(1)
25/12
32/16
(1)
14/6,3
20 (2)
25 (2)
40 (2)
63 (2)
63 (2)
80 (3)
100 (3)
125 (4)
20 (2)
20 (2)
20 (2)
20 (2)
20 (2)
20 (2)
20 (2)
20 (2)
25 (2)
35 (2)
35 (2)
60 (3)
60 (3)
80 (4)
100 (4)
20 (2)
20 (2)
20 (2)
20 (2)
25 (2)
25 (2)
2/1,5
680
3/2,2
1250
5/3,7
1000
7,5/5,5 1000
10/7,5
2750
12,5/9,2 2750
15/11
2750
20/15
6600
0,25/0,18 450
0,5/0,37 450
1,5/1,1
450
2/1,5
450
3/2,2
450
1,5/1,1
450
2/1,5
450
3/2,2
450
5/3,7
1000
7,5/5,6 1000
10/7,5
1000
15/11
1800
20/15
1800
25/18,5 2100
30/22 13000
1/0,75
495
2/1,5
495
3/2,2
495
5/3,7
495
7,5/5,5
495
10/7,5
495
C
500 ...
600
E
D
C
B
380 ...
480
E
A
D
7,0
9,6
16
24
28
33
47
56
1,0
1,6
2,6
4,3
6,1
2,6
4,3
6,5
10
14
16
24
31
39
49
1,7
3,0
4,3
7,0
10
12
(1) (2)
(1) (2)
40/20
63/25
450
450
2/1,5
(1) The first number refers to the single-phase and the second to the three-phase supply.
(2) In order to comply with UL508C standard, use UL ultra fast fuses, for frames A, B, and C.
(3) In order to comply with UL508C standard, use fuses UL type J for frame D.
(4) The models of the CFW500 frame E are under certification process. Therefore, they still do not have UL certification.
Document: 10003766990 / 00
Inverter
3
Number of Input Phases
A
Frame Size
Power Supply Rated
Voltage
B
C
Output Rated Current
3/2,2
Maximum Motor
10
Power Supply:
„„ Tolerance: -15 % to +10 %.
„„ Frequency: 50/60 Hz (48 Hz to 62 Hz).
„„ Phase imbalance: ≤ 3 % of the rated phase-to-phase input voltage.
„„ Overvoltage according to Category III (EN 61010/UL 508C).
„„ Transient voltage according to Category III.
„„ Maximum of 10 connections (power up cycles - ON/OFF) per hour (1 every 6 minutes).
„„ Typical efficiency: ≥ 97 %.
I²t [A²s]
7,3
13.1 Power Data
Current [A]
B
13 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Recommended
WEG aR Fuse
FNH00-25K-A /
FNH00-20K-A (1)
FNH00-40K-A /
FNH00-20K-A (1)
FNH1-63K-A /
FNH00-25K-A (1)
FNH00-20K-A
FNH00-25K-A
FNH00-40K-A
FNH00-63K-A
FNH00-63K-A
FNH00-80K-A
FNH00-100K-A
FNH00-125K-A
FNH00-20K-A
FNH00-20K-A
FNH00-20K-A
FNH00-20K-A
FNH00-20K-A
FNH00-20K-A
FNH00-20K-A
FNH00-20K-A
FNH00-25K-A
FNH00-35K-A
FNH00-35K-A
FNH00-63K-A
FNH00-63K-A
FNH00-80K-A
FNH00-100K-A
FNH00-20K-A
FNH00-20K-A
FNH00-20K-A
FNH00-20K-A
FNH00-20K-A
FNH00-20K-A
The accessories are hardware resources that can be added in the application. Thus, all models can receive all the
options presented.
The accessories are incorporated to the inverters in an easy and quick way by using the concept "Plug and Play".
When an accessory is connected to the inverter, the control circuitry identifies the model and informs the code of
the accessory connected in parameter P0027. The accessory must be installed or modified with the inverter deenergized. They may be ordered separately, and are sent in their own package containing the components and
manuals with detailed instructions for their installation, operation and setting.
(1) (2)
Circuit Breaker
12.2 Accessories
CFW500A07P0T2
CFW500A09P6T2
CFW500B16P0T2
CFW500C24P0T2
CFW500D28P0T2
CFW500D33P0T2
CFW500D47P0T2
CFW500E56P0T2
CFW500A01P0T4
CFW500A01P6T4
CFW500A02P6T4
CFW500A04P3T4
CFW500A06P1T4
CFW500B02P6T4
CFW500B04P3T4
CFW500B06P5T4
CFW500B10P0T4
CFW500C14P0T4
CFW500C16P0T4
CFW500D24P0T4
CFW500D31P0T4
CFW500E39P0T4
CFW500E49P0T4
CFW500C01P7T5
CFW500C03P0T5
CFW500C04P3T5
CFW500C07P0T5
CFW500C10P0T5
CFW500C12P0T5
For conducted emission category C2, the switching frequency is 10 KHz for models 1, 2, 3, 5 and 6.
For conducted emission category C2, the switching frequency is 5 KHz for models 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 13, 14, 16 and 17.
For conducted emission C2, in models 12, 13 and 14, use the ferrite 12480705 on the output cables (1 turn).
For conducted emission C2, in models 16 and 17, use the ferrite 12473659 on the output cables (2 turns).
For conducted emission category C3, the switching frequency is 10 KHz for models 1, 2, 3, 5 and 6.
For conducted emission category C3, the switching frequency is 5 KHz for models 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19,
20, 21 and 22.
For conducted emission C3, in model 4, use the ferrite 12480705 on the output cables (1 turn).
For conducted emission category C3, in model 11, use the ferrite 12480705 on the output cables (2 turns) and use the ferrite
12480705 on the input cables (2 turns).
Power Wire Size
CFW500B10P0B2
Refer to the WEG
ATTENTION!
When inverters with internal RFI filter are used in IT networks (neuter not grounded or grounded through
a high ohmic value resistor), always set the grounding switch of the capacitors of the internal RFI filter to
the NC position, since those kinds of network cause damage to the filter capacitors of the inverter.
25/20
C3
C3
C3
C3
C3
C3
C3
C3
C3
C3
C3
C3
C3
C3
C3
C3
C3
C3
C3
C3
C3
C3
680
11 m (433 in)
11 m (433 in)
11 m (433 in)
11 m (433 in)
11 m (433 in)
11 m (433 in)
11 m (433 in)
11 m (433 in)
11 m (433 in)
6 m (236 in)
6 m (236 in)
6 m (236 in)
20 m (787 in)
20 m (787 in)
-
1/0,75
Category
30 m (1182 in)
30 m (1182 in)
30 m (1182 in)
6 m (236 in)
30 m (1182 in)
30 m (1182 in)
20 m (787 in)
20 m (787 in)
20 m (787 in)
20 m (787 in)
6 m (236 in)
6 m (236 in)
6 m (236 in)
6 m (236 in)
20 m (787 in)
30 m (1182 in)
30 m (1182 in)
5 m (196 in)
5 m (196 in)
5 m (196 in)
5 m (196 in)
5 m (196 in)
4,3
Category C2
2,5 (14)
Radiated Emission
Category C3
1,5 (16)
Maximum Current
Grounding Wire Size
1,5 (16)
Recommended
Resistor
(1)
Braking rms Current
(1)
Inverters with code CFW500...C... are used to reduce the disturbance conducted from the inverter to the main power supply
in the high frequency band (> 150 kHz). It is necessary to meet the maximum levels of conducted emission of electromagnetic
compatibility standards, such as EN 61800-3 and EN 55011. For further details, refer to Chapter 10 IINSTALLATIONS
ACCORDING TO EUROPEAN DIRECTIVE OF ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY.
9,0/4,0
12.1 RFI Filter
Power Wire Size for
DC+ and BR
Terminals
2,5 (14)
Table 10: List of models of CFW500 series, main electrical specifications
12 OPTIONAL KITS AND ACCESSORIES
CFW500B07P3B2
For the correct connection of the control, use:
1. Gauge of the cables: 0.5 mm² (20 AWG) to 1.5 mm² (14 AWG).
2. Maximum torque: 0.5 N.m (4.50 lbf.in).
3. FWiring of the plug-in module connector with shielded cable and separated from the other wiring (power, command
in 110 V / 220 Vac, etc), according to Item 9.3.7 Cable Separation Distance.
4. Relays, contactors, solenoids or coils of electromechanical brake installed close to the inverters may occasionally
generate interference in the control circuitry. To eliminate this effect, RC suppressors (with AC power supply) or
freewheel diodes (with DC power supply) must be connected in parallel to the coils of these devices.
BACK/ESC again
220 ...
240
Figure 6: Signals of the connector of the CFW500-IOS plug-in module
„„ To end the Start-up routine, press the key BACK/ESC
„„ To return to the monitoring mode, press the key
1/3
(*) The digital input 2 (DI2) can also be used as input in frequency (FI). For further details refer to the programming manual of the CFW500.
(**) For further information, refer to the detailed specification in Table 8.
Mechanical
„„ EN 60529 - degrees of protection provided by enclosures (IP code).
construction standards „„ UL 50 - enclosures for electrical equipment.
9
FNH00-20K-A
Digital input 1
Digital input 2 (*)
Digital input 3
Digital input 4
Fonte +24 Vcc
Power supply 1 (NA contact of relay 1)
Digital output 1 (Common point of relay 1)
Digital output 1 (NF contact of relay 1)
Analog output 1
Reference 0 V
Analog input 1
Reference +10 Vdc for potentiometer
Digital output 2 (Transistor)
RS485 (terminal A)
RS485 (terminal B)
Reference 0 V
CFW500A01P6S2...C2...
CFW500A02P6S2...C2...
CFW500A04P3S2...C2...
CFW500A07P0S2...C3...
CFW500B07P3S2...C2...
CFW500B10P0S2...C2...
CFW500A01P0T4...C2...
CFW500A01P6T4...C2...
CFW500A02P6T4...C2...
CFW500A04P3T4...C2...
CFW500A06P1T4...C3...
CFW500B02P6T4...C2...
CFW500B04P3T4...C2...
CFW500B06P5T4...C2...
CFW500B10P0T4...C3...
CFW500C14P0T4...C2...
CFW500C16P0T4...C2...
CFW500D28P0T2...C3...
CFW500D33P0T2...C3...
CFW500D47P0T2...C3...
CFW500D24P0T4...C3...
CFW500D31P0T4...C3...
CFW500E56P0T2...C3...
CFW500E39P0T4...C3...
CFW500E49P0T4...C3...
for the next parameter
FNH00-20K-A
Description (**)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Conducted Emission - Maximum Motor Cable Length
Rated Frequency"
20 (2)
DI1
DI2
DI3
DI4
+24 V
DO1-RL-NO
DO1-RL-C
DO1-RL-NC
AO1
GND
AI1
+10 V
DO2-TR
RS485 - A
RS485 - B
GND
Inverter Model
(with build-in RFI filter)
„„ Press the key
for the next parameter
20 (2)
Top connection
Bottom connection
GND
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
Table 7: Conducted and radiated emission levels, and additional information
„„ If necessary, modify the content of "P0403 - Motor
Rated Speed"
„„ Press the key
CFW500A04P3B2
+ 24 V
Connector
DO1 - R L- NC
DO1 - RL - C
B - RS - 485
> 300 Ω
DO2-TR
≥ 5 kΩ
AI1
+ 10 V
GND
AO1
rpm
A - RS - 485
+ 24 V
DO1 - RL - NO
DI4
DI1
DI2
DI3
The control connections (analog input/output, digital input/output and interface RS485) must be performed
according to the specification of the connector of the plug-in module connected to the CFW500. Refer to the guide
of the plug-in module in the package of the product. The typical functions and connections for the CFW500-IOS
standard plug-in module are shown in Figure 6.
8
„„ If necessary, modify the content of "P0402 - Motor
680
9.3.6 Control Connections
7
680
NOTE!
A professional is a person or organization familiar with the installation and/or commissioning of inverters, including their EMC aspects.
„„ EN 61800-3 - adjustable speed electrical power drive systems - part 3: EMC product standard including
specific test methods.
„„ EN 61000-4-2 - electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - part 4: testing and measurement techniques - section
2: electrostatic discharge immunity test.
„„ EN 61000-4-3 - electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - part 4: testing and measurement techniques - section 3:
radiated, radio-frequency, electromagnetic field immunity test.
„„ EN 61000-4-4 - electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - part 4: testing and measurement techniques - section 4:
electrical fast transient/burst immunity test.
„„ EN 61000-4-5 - electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - part 4: testing and measurement techniques - section
5: surge immunity test.
„„ EN 61000-4-6 - electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)- part 4: testing and measurement techniques - section 6:
immunity to conducted disturbances, induced by radio-frequency fields.
Rated Current"
„„ Press the key
0,25/0,18
Categories:
Category C1: inverters with a voltage rating less than 1000 V and intended for use in the First Environment.
Category C2: inverters with a voltage rating less than 1000 V intended for use in the First Environment, not
provided with a plug connector or movable installations. They must be installed and commissioned by a professional.
Category C3: inverters with a voltage rating less than 1000 V and intended for use in the Second Environment only
(not designed for use in the First Environment.
„„
Electromagnetic
compatibility (EMC)
standards
„„ If necessary, modify the content of "P0401 - Motor
MENU to save the modification
„„ Press the key
for the next parameter
1,6
DANGER!
„„ The inverter must be connected to a protection grounding (PE).
„„ Use grounding wiring with a gauge at least equal to that indicated in Table 10.
„„ The maximum tightening torque of the grounding connections is of 1.7 N.m (15 lbf.in).
„„ Connect the grounding points of the inverter to a specific grounding rod, or specific grounding
point or to the general grounding point (resistance ≤ 10 Ω).
„„ The neuter conductor that powers up the inverter must be solidly grounded; however, this
conductor must not be used to ground the inverter.
„„ Do not share the grounding wiring with other equipment that operate with high currents (e.g. high
power motors, soldering machines, etc.).
UL 508C - power conversion equipment.
UL 840 - insulation coordination including clearances and creepage distances for electrical equipment.
EN 61800-5-1 - safety requirements electrical, thermal and energy.
EN 50178 - electronic equipment for use in power installations.
EN 60204-1 - safety of machinery. Electrical equipment of machines. Part 1: general requirements.
Note: for the machine to comply with this standard, the manufacturer of the machine is responsible for
installing an emergency stop device and equipment to disconnect the input power supply.
„„ EN 60146 (IEC 146) - semiconductor converters.
„„ EN 61800-2 - adjustable speed electrical power drive systems - part 2: general requirements - rating specifications
for low voltage adjustable frequency AC power drive systems.
WEG
9.3.5 Grounding Connections
Environments:
First Environment: environments that include domestic installations, as well as establishments directly connected
without intermediate transformer to a low-voltage power supply network which supplies buildings used for domestic
purposes.
Second Environment: includes all establishments other than those directly connected to a lowvoltage power
supply network that supplies buildings used for domestic purposes.
„„
„„
„„
„„
„„
„„
6
„„ When the desired value is reached, press ENTER/
Definition of Standard IEC/EM 61800-3: "Adjustable Speed Electrical Power Drives Systems"
Figure 5: Details of the connection of the power supply and the motor cable shield to the accessory CFW500-KPCSA
Safety
standards
2,6
IEC 61000-4-3
4 kV for contact discharge and 8 kV for air
discharge 8 kV
2 kV / 5 kHz(coupling capacitor) input cables
1 kV / 5 kHz control cables and remote HMI
cables
2 kV / 5 kHz (coupling capacitor) motor cables
0.15 to 80 MHz; 10 V; 80 % AM (1 kHz)
Motor, control and HMI cables
1.2/50 μs, 8/20 μs
1 kV line-to-line coupling
2 kV line-to-ground coupling
80 to 1000 MHz
10 V/m
80 % AM (1 kHz)
or
A
IEC 61000-4-5
Radio-frequency electromagnetic field
IP20
Nema1/IP20
CFW500A02P6B2
Surges
Enclosure
(*) The number and/or type of analog/digital inputs/outputs may vary. Depending on the Plug-in module (accessory) used. For the table above, it was
considered the standard plug-in module. For further information, refer to the programming manual and the guide supplied with the optional item.
(**) The maximum capacity of 150 mA must be considered adding the load of the 24 V power supply and transistor output, that is, the sum of the consumption
of both must not exceed 150 mA.
B
IEC 61000-4-6
Standard HMI
1
Conducted radio-frequency common mode
Human-machine
interface (HMI)
CFW500A01P6B2
IEC 61000-4-4
Protection
Indication on the Display/Action
2
programming mode
IEC 61000-4-2
Safety
Level
IEC/EN 61800-3 It depends on the inverter model on the
length of the motor cable. Refer to Table 7
Fast transient-burst
Interface RS-485
A
Emission:
Mains terminal disturbance voltage
Frequency range: 150 kHz to 30 MHz)
"Electromagnetic Radiation Disturbance"
Frequency range: 30 MHz to 1000 MHz)
Immunity:
Electrostatic discharge (ESD)
Communication
1
When using shielded cables to install the motor:
„„ Follow the safety recommendations of IEC 60034-25.
„„ Use the low impedance connection for high frequencies to connect the cable shield to the grounding. Use parts
supplied with the inverter.
„„ The accessory "CFW500-KPCSx power and control cable shielding kit" can be mounted in the lower part of the
cabinet. Figure 5 shows a detailed example of the connection of the power supply and the motor cable shield
to the accessory CFW500-KPCSA. Besides, this accessory allows the connection of the control cable shield.
Basic Standard
Transistor
11.1 STARTUP
Seq
Table 6: Emission and immunity levels
EMC Phenomenon
Relay
mm² (Imax)
mm²
[Ω] [A]
(AWG) [A]
(AWG)
2,5 (14)
2,5 (14)
Dynamic braking not
available
2,5 (14)
4,0 (12)
4,0 (12) 10 39
7
2,5 (14)
4,0 (12) 15 27
11 2,5 (14)
Keep motor cables away from other cables (signal cables, sensor cables, control cables, etc.), according to Item
9.3.7 Cable Separation Distance.
Connect a fourth cable between the motor ground and the inverter ground.
Analog
Power supply
11.1.1 V/f Control Type (P0202 = 0)
10.2 Emission and Immunity Levels
Outputs (*)
mm²
(AWG)
1,5 (16)
1,5 (16)
1,5 (16)
4,0 (12)
2,5 (14)
4,0 (12)
The characteristics of the cable used to connect the motor to the inverter, as well as its interconnection and routing,
are extremely important to avoid electromagnetic interference in other equipment and not to affect the life cycle of
windings and bearings of the controlled motors.
1. Inverters with option internal RFI filter CFW500...C... (with grounding switch of the capacitors of the internal RFI filter
in the position
). Check the location of the grounding switch in Figure A.2 in the user's manual.
2. Shielded output cables (motor cables) with shield connected at both ends, motor and inverter, by means of a low
impedance to high frequency connection. Maximum motor cable length and conduced and radiated emission
levels according to Table 7. For more information (RFI filter commercial reference, motor cable length and emission
levels) refer to the Table 7.
3. Shielded control cables, keeping the separation distance from other cables according to Table 5.
4. Grounding of the inverter according to instruction of the Item 9.3.5 Grounding Connections.
5. Grounded power supply.
Digital
MPW18-3-D063
MPW18-3-U010
MPW18-3-U016
MPW40-3-U025
MPW40-3-U025
MPW40-3-U032
MPW18-3-D063 /
MPW18-3-D025 (1)
MPW18-3-U010 /
MPW18-3-U004 (1)
MPW18-3-U016 /
MPW18-3-D063 (1)
MPW40-3-U025 /
MPW18-3-U016 (1)
MPW40-3-U032 /
MPW18-3-U016 (1)
MPW18-3-U010
MPW18-3-U016
MPW40-3-U025
MPW40-3-U040
MPW40-3-U040
MPW65-3-U050
MPW65-3-U065
MPW80-3-U080
MPW18-3-D016
MPW18-3-D025
MPW18-3-U004
MPW18-3-D063
MPW18-3-U010
MPW18-3-U004
MPW18-3-D063
MPW18-3-U010
MPW18-3-U016
MPW40-3-U020
MPW40-3-U025
MPW65-3-U040
MPW65-3-U050
MPW65-3-U050
MPW65-3-U065
MPW18-3-D025
MPW18-3-U004
MPW18-3-D063
MPW18-3-U010
MPW18-3-U016
MPW18-3-U016
ATTENTION!
If a disconnect switch or a contactor is installed at the power supply between the inverter and the
motor, never operate it with the motor turning or with voltage at the inverter output.
10.1 Conformal Installation
Inputs (*)
[A]
ATTENTION!
„„ The inverter has an electronic motor overload protection that must be adjusted according to the
driven motor. When several motors are connected to the same inverter, install individual overload
relays for each motor.
„„ The motor overload protection available in the CFW500 is in accordance with the UL508C
standard. Note the following information:
1. Trip current equal to 1.2 times the motor rated current (P0401).
2. When parameters P0156, P0157 and P0158 (Overload current at 100 %, 50 % and 5 % of the rated
speed, respectively) are manually set, the maximum value to meet the condition 1 is 1.1 x P0401.
Inverters with the option C2 or C3 (CFW500...C...) feature internal RFI filter to reduce the electromagnetic
interference. Those inverters, when properly installed, meet the requirements of the directive of the electromagnetic
compatibility.
The CFW500 inverter series was developed for professional applications only. Therefore, the emission limits of
harmonic currents by the standards EN 61000-3-2 and EN 61000-3-2/A 14 are not applicable.
1. Check if the power, grounding and control connections are correct and firm.
2. Remove all materials left from the inside of the inverter or drive.
3. Check if the motor connections and if the motor current and voltage match the inverter.
4. Mechanically uncouple the motor from the load. If the motor cannot be uncoupled, be sure that the turning in any
direction (clockwise or counterclockwise) will not cause damages to the machine or risk of accidents.
5. Close the covers of the inverters or drive.
6. Measure the voltage of the input power supply and check if it is within the permitted range, as presented in
Chapter 13 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
7. Power up the input: close the disconnecting switch.
8. Check the success of the powering up:
The display of the HMI indicates:
Analog
5,5
9,0
13,5
25
25
32
5,5/2,5
9.3.4 Output Connections
DANGER!
Always disconnect the general power supply before making any connection.
10 INSTALLATIONS ACCORDING TO EUROPEAN DIRECTIVE OF ELECTROMAGNETIC
COMPATIBILITY
„„ Type of control:
- V/f (Scalar)
- VVW: Voltage vector control
„„ PWM SVM (Space Vector Modulation)
„„ 0 to 500 Hz, resolution of 0.015 Hz
„„ Speed regulation: 1 % of the rated speed (with slip compensation)
„„ Speed variation range: 1:20
„„ Speed regulation: 1 % of the rated speed
„„ Speed variation range: 1:30
„„ 1 insulated input. Levels: (0 to 10) V or (0 a 20) mA or (4 to 20) mA
„„ Linearity error ≤ 0.25 %
„„ Impedance: 100 kΩ for voltage input, 500 Ω for current input
„„ Programmable functions
„„ Maximum voltage permitted in the input: 30 Vdc
„„ 4 insulated inputs
„„ Programmable functions:
- active high (PNP): maximum low level of 15 Vdc
minimum high level of 20 Vdc
- active low (NPN): maximum low level of 5 Vdc
minimum high level of 9 Vdc
„„ Maximum input voltage of 30 Vdc
„„ Input current: 4.5 mA
„„ Maximum input current: 5.5 mA
„„ 1 insulated output. Levels (0 to 10) V or (0 to 20) mA or (4 to 20) mA
„„ Linearity error ≤ 0.25 %
„„ Programmable functions
„„ R L ≥ 10 kΩ (0 to 10 V) or R L ≤ 500 Ω (0 to 20 mA / 4 to 20 mA)
„„ 1 relay with NA/NC contact
„„ Maximum voltage: 240 Vac
„„ Maximum current: 0.5 A
„„ Programmable functions
„„ 1 insulated digital output open sink (uses as reference the 24 Vdc power supply)
„„ Maximum current 150 mA(**) (maximum capacity of the 24 Vdc) power supply)
„„ Programmable functions
„„ 24 Vdc -15 % + 20 % power supply. Maximum capacity: 150 mA (**)
„„ 10 Vdc power supply. Maximum capacity: 2 mA
„„ Insulated RS485
„„ Modbus-RTU protocol with maximum communication of 38.4 kbps
„„ Overcurrent/phase-phase short circuit in the output
„„ Overcurrent/phase-ground short circuit in the output
„„ Under/overvoltage
„„ Overtemperature in the heatsink
„„ Overload in the motor
„„ Overload in the power module (IGBTs)
„„ External alarm/fault
„„ Setting error
„„ 9 keys: Start/Stop, Up arrow, Down arrow, Direction of Rotation, Jog, Local/Remote,
BACK/ESC and ENTER/MENU
„„ LCD display
„„ View/edition of all parameters
„„ Indication accuracy:
- current: 5 % of the rated current
- speed resolution: 0.1 Hz
„„ Models of frames A, B, C, D and E
„„ Models of frames A, B, C, D and E with kit NEMA1
Vector control (VVW)
Inputs (*)
FNH00-20K-A
FNH00-20K-A
FNH00-25K-A
FNH00-40K-A
FNH00-40K-A
FNH1-63K-A
≥ 28 A
NOTE!
The dynamic braking is available from frame B. For installation information, refer to Item 3.2.3.4
Dynamic Braking of the user’s manual, available on www.weg.net.
11 PREPARATION AND POWERING UP
Minimum Separation
Distance
≥ 10 cm (3,94 in)
≥ 25 cm (9,84 in)
≥ 10 cm (3,94 in)
≥ 25 cm (9,84 in)
20 (2)
20 (2)
25 (2)
40 (2)
40 (2)
63 (2)
≤ 24 A
Output frequency
V/f control
373
373
373
800
450
450
9.3.3 Dynamic Braking
Length
of the Cable(s)
≤ 100 m (330 ft)
> 100 m (330 ft)
≤ 30 m (100 ft)
> 30 m (100 ft)
Performance
0,25/0,18
0,5/0,37
1/0,75
2/1,5
2/1,5
3/2,2
Inverter Output
Rated Current
Method
0,5/0,37
9.3.7 Cable Separation Distance
Table 8: Electronics/general data
Control
1,6
2,6
4,3
7,0
7,3
10
Sendo que:
ΔV
- queda de rede desejada, em percentual (%).
Ve
- tensão de fase na entrada do inversor, em volts (V).
Is, rat
- corrente nominal de saída do inversor.
f
- frequência da rede.
13.2 Electronics/General Data
[Arms] [HP/ kW]
[ μH]
For conducted emission C3, in models 15, use the ferrite 12480705 on the output cables (2 turns) and use the ferrite
12480705 on the input cables (2 turns).
For conducted emission C3, in models 16 and 17, use the ferrite 12473659 on the output cables (1 turn).
For conducted emission C3, in models 18, 19, 20, 21 and 22, use the ferrite 12983778 on the output cables (1 turn) and use the
ferrite 12983778 on the input cables (2 turns).
For Radiated Emission, in models 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11, use shielded cable up to 6 m (236 in).
For Radiated Emission, in models 5, 6, 12, 13, 14, 15, 18, 19, 20, 21 and 22, use shielded cable up to 30 m (1182 in).
For Radiated Emission, in models 16 and 17, use the ferrite 12473659. Use shielded cable up to 30 m (1182 in).
[Vrms]
Is, rat . f
5. When using the external HMI, the cable that connects to the inverter must be separated from the other cables in
the installation, keeping a minimum distance of 10 cm.
6. When using analog reference (AI1) and the frequency oscillates (problem of electromagnetic interference),
interconnect the GND of the connector of the plug-in module to the inverter grounding connection.
CFW500A01P6S2
CFW500A02P6S2
CFW500A04P3S2
CFW500A07P0S2
CFW500B07P3S2
CFW500B10P0S2
L = 1592 . ΔV .
Ve
Dynamic Braking
For the calculation of the input power supply reactance necessary to obtain the desired percentage voltage drop, use:
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