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Reference A2
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Analogue output (motor frequency)
7
+24V (positive logic)
8
Logic output (zero frequency)
9
Unlock
10
Run forward/Stop
11
Run reverse/Stop
12
A1/A2 reference selection
13
Jog
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Fault relay
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NOTE
LEROY-SOMER reserves the right to modify the characteristics of its products at any time in
order to incorporate the latest technological developments. The information contained in this
document may therefore be changed without notice.
LEROY-SOMER gives no contractual guarantee whatsoever concerning the information
published in this document and cannot be held responsible for any errors it may contain, nor
for any damage resulting from its use.
CAUTION
For the user’s own safety, this variable speed drive must be connected to an approved earth
( terminal).
If accidentally starting the installation is likely to cause a risk to personnel or the machines
being driven, it is essential to supply the equipment via a circuit-breaking device (power
contactor) which can be controlled via an external safety system (emergency stop, detection
of errors on the installation).
The variable speed drive is fitted with safety devices which, in the event of a fault, control
stopping and thus stop the motor. The motor itself can become jammed for mechanical
reasons. Voltage fluctuations, and in particular power cuts, may also cause the motor to stop.
The removal of the causes of the shutdown can lead to restarting, which may be dangerous
for certain machines or installations.
In such cases, it is essential that the user takes appropriate precautions against the motor
restarting after an unscheduled stop.
The variable speed drive is designed to be able to supply a motor and the driven machine
above its rated speed.
If the motor or the machine are not mechanically designed to withstand such speeds, the user
may be exposed to serious danger resulting from their mechanical deterioration.
It is important that the user checks that the installation can withstand it before programming a
high speed.
The variable speed drive which is the subject of this manual is designed to be integrated in an
installation or an electrical machine, and can under no circumstances be considered to be a
safety device. It is therefore the responsibility of the machine manufacturer, the designer of the
installation or the user to take all necessary precautions to ensure that the system complies
with current standards, and to provide any devices required to ensure the safety of equipment
and personnel.
LEROY-SOMER declines all responsibility in the event of the above recommendations
not being observed.
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SAFETY AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS FOR VARIABLE SPEED DRIVES (in
accordance with the low voltage directive 73/23/EEC modified by 93/68/EEC)
• Throughout the manual this
symbol warns of consequences
which may arise from inappropriate use
of the drive, since electrical risks may
lead to material or physical damage as
well as constituting a fire hazard.
1 - General
Depending on their degree of protection,
the variable speed drives may contain
unprotected live parts, which may be
moving or rotating, as well as hot surfaces,
during operation.
Unjustified removal of protection devices,
incorrect use, faulty installation or
inappropriate operation could represent a
serious risk to personnel, animals and
equipment.
For further information, consult the manual.
All work relating to transportation,
installation,
commissioning
and
maintenance must be performed by
experienced, qualified personnel (see IEC
364 or CENELEC HD 384, or DIN VDE
0100 and national specifications for
installation and accident prevention).
In these basic safety instructions, qualified
personnel means persons competent to
install, mount, commission and operate the
product and possessing the relevant
qualifications.
2 - Use
Variable speed drives are components
designed for integration in installations or
electrical machines.
When
integrated
in
a
machine,
commissioning must not take place until it
has been verified that the machine
conforms with directive 97/37/EEC
(Machinery Directive). It is also necessary
to comply with standard EN 60024, which
stipulates in particular that electrical
actuators (which include variable speed
drives) cannot be considered as circuitbreaking devices and certainly not as
isolating switches.
Commissioning can take place only if the
requirements of the Electromagnetic
Compatibility
Directive
(89/336/EEC,
modified by 92/31/EEC) are met.
The variable speed drives meet the
requirements of the Low Voltage Directive
73/23/EEC, modified by 93/68/EEC. The
harmonised standards of the DIN VDE
0160 series in connection with standard
VDE 0660, part 500 and EN 60146/VDE
0558 are also applicable.
The
technical
characteristics
and
instructions concerning the connection
conditions specified on the nameplate and
in the documentation provided must be
observed without fail.
3 - Transportation, storage
All instructions concerning transportation,
storage and correct handling must be
observed.
The climatic conditions specified in the
technical manual must be observed.
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4 - Installation
The installation and cooling of equipment
must comply with the specifications in the
manual supplied with the product.
The variable speed drives must be
protected against any excessive stress. In
particular, there must be no damage to
parts and/or modification of the clearance
between components during transportation
and handling. Avoid touching the electronic
components and contact parts.
The variable speed drives contain parts
which are sensitive to electrostatic stresses
and may be easily damaged if handled
incorrectly. Electrical components must not
be exposed to mechanical damage or
destruction (risks to health !).
5 - Electrical connection
When work is performed on variable speed
drives which are powered up, the national
accident prevention regulations must be
respected.
The electrical installation must comply with
the relevant specifications (for example
conductor cross-sections, protection via
fused circuit-breaker, connection of
protective conductor). More detailed
information is given in the manual.
Instructions for an installation which meets
the requirements for electromagnetic
compatibility, such as screening, earthing,
presence of filters and correct insertion of
cables and conductors, are given in the
documentation supplied with the variable
speed drives.
4
These instructions must be followed in all
cases, even if the variable speed drive
carries the CE mark. Adherence to the
limits given in the EMC legislation is the
responsibility of the manufacturer of the
installation or the machine.
6 - Operation
Installations in which variable speed drives
are to be integrated must be fitted with
additional protection and monitoring
devices as laid down in the current relevant
safety regulations, such as the law on
technical equipment, accident prevention
regulations, etc. Modifications to the
variable speed drives using control
software are permitted.
Active parts of the device and the live
power connections must not be touched
immediately after the variable speed drive
is powered down, as the capacitors may
still be charged. In view of this, the
warnings fixed to the variable speed drives
must be observed.
During operation, all doors and protective
covers must be kept closed.
7 - Servicing and maintenance
Refer to the manufacturer’s documentation.
This manual is to be given to the end
user.
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FOREWORD
This manual describes the commissioning of DIGIDRIVE digital technology variable speed
drives. It gives details of all the procedures to be carried out during intervention on the drive
and presents the various extensions available.
Filter option
Communication
FLT
FIELDBUS
OPTIONS
DIGISOFT
4 quadrant options
1.5M/TL rating upwards
RF
UNIPAD
DIGIDRIVE
Copy key
option
M
FLASHKEY
M
DIGIDRIVE
CD Rom + cable
with integral
RS 232/RS 485
converter
01 Vitesse minimum (Hz)
Minimum speed
06 Courant nominal moteur (A)
Motor rated current
02 Vitesse maximum (Hz)
Maximum speed
07 Vitesse nominale moteur (min-1)
Motor rated speed
03 Accélération (s/100Hz)
Acceleration rate
08 Tension nominale moteur (V)
Motor rated voltage
04 Décélération (s/100Hz)
Deceleration rate
09 Cos ϕ
Power factor
05 Référence vitesse
Speed reference selec
10 Niveau de paramétrage
Parameter access
Mettre le variateur hors tension 10min avant de déposer le capot
Power down unit 10min before removing cover
Bipolar analogue input
option
PM10V
Serial
link
Gearboxes
parallel shaft
Options
Induction motor
Forced
ventilation
bevel gear
coaxial
LS or LS MV motor
Brake
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CONTENTS
1 -GENERAL INFORMATION................................................................................................. 9
1.1 -General operating principle ........................................................................................... 9
1.2 -Electrical characteristics.............................................................................................. 10
1.3 -Characteristics and main functions ............................................................................. 12
1.4 -Environmental characteristics ..................................................................................... 14
1.5 -Weights and dimensions ............................................................................................. 16
2 -MECHANICAL INSTALLATION ....................................................................................... 18
2.1 -Checks on receipt ....................................................................................................... 18
2.2 -Installation recommendations ..................................................................................... 18
2.3 -Mounting ..................................................................................................................... 18
2.4 -UL conformity .............................................................................................................. 18
3 -CONNECTIONS ................................................................................................................ 19
3.1 -Access to the terminal blocks...................................................................................... 19
3.2 -Terminal block layout .................................................................................................. 20
3.3 -Description of the terminal blocks ............................................................................... 20
3.4 -Description of cables and protection devices.............................................................. 24
3.5 -Electrical and electromagnetic phenomena ................................................................ 27
3.6 -Wiring diagrams .......................................................................................................... 37
4 -COMMISSIONING............................................................................................................. 46
4.1 -Description of the operator display.............................................................................. 46
4.2 -Displaying the drive status .......................................................................................... 47
4.3 -Parameter setting........................................................................................................ 48
4.4 -Negative logic configuration ........................................................................................ 50
4.5 -Return to factory settings (with or without preset configuration) ................................. 51
4.6 -Using a security code.................................................................................................. 52
4.7 -Commissioning the drive using level 1........................................................................ 55
4.8 -Setting the level 2 parameters .................................................................................... 60
4.9 -Factory settings for 60Hz mains supply ...................................................................... 70
4.10 -"Brake control " preset configuration......................................................................... 71
5 -FAULTS - DIAGNOSTICS ................................................................................................ 72
5.1 -Error messages........................................................................................................... 72
5.2 -Alarm messages ......................................................................................................... 76
5.3 -HFxx error messages.................................................................................................. 76
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6 -MAINTENANCE ................................................................................................................77
6.1 -Introduction and warning.............................................................................................77
6.2 -Care ............................................................................................................................77
6.3 -Voltage, current and power measurements ................................................................78
6.4 -Spare parts list ............................................................................................................78
6.5 -Exchanging products...................................................................................................78
7 -OPERATING EXTENSIONS .............................................................................................80
7.1 -Type 1 mains filters .....................................................................................................80
7.2 -Type 2 mains filters .....................................................................................................82
7.3 -RF braking resistor for 1.5M/TL to 50T ratings ...........................................................84
7.4 -"FLASHKEY" copy key................................................................................................86
7.5 -3-phase motor chokes for attenuating earth leakage currents: MC choke..................86
7.6 -Using the serial link .....................................................................................................87
7.7 -Optional "PM10V" bi-directional analogue input .........................................................90
7.8 -Line chokes .................................................................................................................91
7.9 -Using Modbus RTU.....................................................................................................92
7.10 -Fieldbus options ........................................................................................................93
7.11 -Additional functions ...................................................................................................93
8 -SUMMARY OF THE SETTINGS FOR YOUR APPLICATION .........................................95
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1 - GENERAL INFORMATION
1.1 - General operating principle
1.1.1 - Power module
The DIGIDRIVE uses an IGBT transistor
inverter bridge.
This leading-edge technology considerably
reduces the noise and temperature rise of
the variable speed motor.
The performance of the DIGIDRIVE is
totally compatible with use in all 4
quadrants of the torque-speed plane (from
1.5M/TL rating upwards).
During periods of operation as a generator,
the energy restored by the motor is
dissipated by the resistors.
The DIGIDRIVE is an AC drive for
supplying induction motors.
It is an open loop flux vector drive.
Due to its processing power, the drive
controls the magnetising current and the
active current separately with a standard
induction motor.
The speed and position of the rotor are
calculated to control the torque and speed
of the motor.
This open loop mode of operation gives
very high performance levels and is
suitable for most applications.
1.1.2 - Synoptic view
ASIC
PWM
M
I/O control
Internal
interface
Operator
display
Inverter
interface
Internal
interface
Control board
Power board
Switching mode
power supply
Mains
supply
DCCT
M
IGBT
+
External braking resistor
(option from 1.5M/TL
upwards)
Control
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1.1.3 - Product designation
DIGIDRIVE SE
0,5
Example of nameplate:
SE112025
M
Type
0,25 kW
104F47
S.W : 01.09.01
Made in U.K.
Serial No : 3782250029
Rating: power
in kVA
Single-phase
3-phase
Single-phase
or 3-phase
3-phase
SE 0,5M
1 ~ L1, L2/N
3 ~U, V, W
V 200-240V 50-60Hz 0-240V 0-1000Hz
I
5,6A
1,5A
200-240V (M)
200-240V (TL)
200 - 240V (M/TL)
400-480V (T)
Open loop flux vector
drive range
1.2 - Electrical characteristics
Input characteristics
200V -10% to 240V +10%
48 - 62 Hz
Single-phase
Output characteristics
0 to UInput
0 to 1000 Hz
3-phase
DIGIDRIVE
switching frequency
CT ref.
rating
0.5M
SE11200025
Ie
(A)
Ie peak <10ms
(A)
5.6
100
3 kHz and 6 kHz
Isn
(A)
Is max
60sec
(A)
Isn
(A)
0.25
1.5
2.3
1.5
1M
SE11200037
6.5
100
0.37
2.3
3.5
2.3
1.2M
SE11200055
8.8
100
0.55
3.1
4.7
3.1
1.5M
SE11200075
11.4
100
0.75
4.3
6.5
3.4
Input characteristics
200V -10% to 240V +10%
48 - 62 Hz
Single-phase or 3-phase
Output characteristics
0 to UInput
0 to 1000 Hz
3-phase
DIGIDRIVE
switching frequency
Ie
(A)
CT ref.
rating
10
12 kHz
Pmot
(kW)
Ie peak <10ms
(A)
1 ph
3 ph
3 kHz and 6 kHz
12 kHz
Pmot
(kW)
Isn
(A)
Is max
60sec
(A)
Isn
(A)
4.0
1.5M/TL
SE2D200075
11.0
5.5
55
0.75
4.3
6.5
2M/TL
SE2D200110
15.1
7.9
55
1.1
5.8
8.7
4.2
2.5M/TL
SE2D200150
19.3
9.6
35
1.5
7.5
11.3
7.5
3.5M/TL
SE2D200220
26.2
13.1
35
2.2
10.0
15
10.0
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Input characteristics
200V -10% to 240V +10%
48 - 62 Hz
3-phase
Output characteristics
0 to UInput
0 to 1000 Hz
3-phase
DIGIDRIVE
switching frequency
CT ref.
rating
5.5TL
SE23200400
Ie
(A)
Ie peak <10ms
(A)
21
35
3 kHz and 6 kHz
12 kHz
Pmot
(kW)
Isn
(A)
Is max
60sec
(A)
4
17.0
25.5
Isn
(A)
13.1
8TL
SE33200550
22.8
44
5.5
25.0
37.5
25.0
11TL
SE33200750
24.6
44
7.5
28.5
42.8
26.2
Output characteristics
0 to UInput
0 to 1000 Hz
3-phase
Input characteristics
380V -10% to 480V +10%
48 - 62 Hz
3-phase
DIGIDRIVE
switching frequency
CT ref.
rating
Ie
(A)
Ie peak (*)
(A)
3 kHz
Pmot
(kW)
Isn
(A)
Is max
60sec
(A)
6 kHz
12 kHz
Isn
(A)
Isn
(A)
1.5T
SE23400075
3.6
90
0.75
2.1
3.2
2.1
x
2T
SE23400110
4.8
90
1.1
3.0
4.5
3.0
3.0
2.5T
SE23400150
6.4
90
1.5
4.2
6.3
4.2
4.2
3.5T
SE23400220
9.3
60
2.2
5.8
8.7
5.8
5.8
4.5T
SE23400300
11
60
3
7.6
11.4
7.6
6.6
5.5T
SE23400400
14
60
4
9.5
14.3
9.5
6.7
8T
SE33400550
13.0
80
5.5
13.0
19.5
13.0
12.0
11T
SE33400750
15.4
80
7.5
16.5
24.8
16.5
11.9
16T
SE43401100
23
40
11
24.5
36.8
24.5
x
22T
SE43401500
27.4
40
15
30.5
45.8
24.5
x
27T
SE43401850
34
40
18.5
37
55.5
25
x
33T
SE53402200
40
28
22
46
69
40
26.6
40T
SE53403000
52
28
30
60
90
40
26.7
50T
SE53403700
66
28
37
70
105
46
28
* • For 1.5T to 27T ratings: duration of I peak on power-up < 10 ms.
• For ratings 33T to 50T: duration of I peak on power-up < 50 ms.
Note: In factory-set configuration, the switching frequency is 6 kHz. From 22T rating, changing
the switching frequency to 3 kHz means that a higher value of Isn can be obtained. To do this,
it is necessary to change parameter 3 7 . See section 4 " Commissioning".
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1.3 - Characteristics and main functions
Regulation
DIGIDRIVE
Open loop vector control
Speed reference
Torque reference
Constant torque
Constant power
By adjustment of the base frequency
Characteristics
Regulation mode
Switching frequency
Overload capacity
Braking
Serial link
Pilot control
Control logic
Speed references
FWD/REV control
Operation
Acceleration/deceleration ramp
Output frequency range
adjustment
Stop mode
Flying restart
Preset configuration
Brake control
Indication
Display
Relays
Analogue output
Logic output
Options
Resistance braking
RFI filter
12
3 - 6 - 12 kHz (factory setting: 6 kHz)
Automatic reduction of the switching frequency
according to the temperature of the IGBTs
150% Isn for 60s
• Hypersynchronous - Drive only, or with RF option
from 1.5M/TL rating upwards
• By DC injection
ANSI - 2 EIA 485 wires, available via the RJ45
connector
DIGIDRIVE
Positive or Negative
• Analogue: - voltage 0 to 10V
- current 0-20mA, 20-0mA, 4-20mA,
20-4mA
4-20mA and 20-4mA with detection of
signal break
• Digital or keypad
• Preset speeds
• Via logic input
• Via the operator display
DIGIDRIVE
Separate adjustment from 0 to 3200sec/100Hz
0 to 1,000Hz
Stop:
- freewheel
- on ramp
- by DC injection
Possibility of restarting a motor which is rotating
DIGIDRIVE
Enables brake control
DIGIDRIVE
On operator display: output frequency or current
240V - 2A relay – Resistive load
0 to 10V (maximum current: 5mA)
1 assignable output
DIGIDRIVE
RF type
FLT type
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Options
Chokes for attenuating
earth leakage currents
Copy key
Remote terminal
Operator interface
DIGISOFT kit
±10V analogue input
Fieldbus
Serial link
Standard
DIGIDRIVE
MC type
The FLASHKEY is used to copy or transfer a set of
parameters
UNIPAD enables all parameters to be accessed
remotely on a 2-line, 16-character display unit
Customised display via a fully configurable screen
WINDOWS-based parameter-setting software package
consisting of a program and a connection cable with integral
RS 232/RS 485 converter supplied by the drive
The PM10V option can be used to control the drive via a
±10V bi-directional analogue reference
Interfaces which can be integrated in the drive.
Types of fieldbus:
- Profibus DP, Device Net, CAN Open, Interbus S.
DIGIDRIVE
2-wire ANSI protocol RS485 communication via RJ45
connector.
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1.4 - Environmental characteristics
1.4.1 - Table
Characteristics
Operating
temperature
Storage
temperature
Altitude
Relative humidity
Vibration
Shocks
EMC
Index of protection
Maximum number of
starts
Ventilation
14
Level
• -10°C to 40°C
• Can operate at up to 50°C:
- at 3 kHz: no derating up to 22T.
For 27T to 50T ratings, derate Isn (40°C) by 3% for each
additional degree.
- at 6 kHz: derate Isn (40°C) by 2% for each additional degree
(5% for 1.5T, 16T and 22T ratings).
- at 12 kHz: derate Isn (40°C) by 5% for each
additional degree (3% for 33T to 50T ratings).
CAUTION:
In order for the drive to comply with UL standards, the
operating temperature must not exceed 40°C.
• -40°C to +60°C, 12 months maximum (see section 6.2 for
drive care).
• ≤ 1000m without derating
• Isn derated by 1% for every 100 m above 1000 m
(4000 m max)
Up to 95% non condensing
Tested in accordance with standards IEC 68-2-34, IEC 68-2-36 and
Tested in accordance with standard IEC 68-2-29
Immunity: EN50082-2 and EN61800-3
• Conforms to EN 50081-1 (for 0.5M to 1.5M ratings), to
EN 50081-2 (for 1.5M/TL to 50T ratings) and EN 61800-3
first environment with RFI filter (see section 3.5.4.2).
CAUTION:
This product conforms to standard IEC 61800-3 for
restricted distribution.
In a residential environment, the drive may produce radio
interference; in this case, the user should take the necessary
measures.
IP 20 (with cable glands)
• Via the control terminal block = unlimited
• 20 power-ups per hour (wait 3 min between
power-ups)
Fan cooling from 2.5M/TL and 2.5T ratings upwards
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1.4.2 - Installation in cabinet
Table of losses in Watts at 230V
Table of losses in Watts at 480V
Switching frequency
DIGIDRIVE
rating
3 kHz
6kHz
12kHz
0.5M
1M
1.2M
1.5M
17
22
34
50
18
24
37
56
20
27
42
63
DIGIDRIVE
rating
3 kHz
6kHz
12kHz
1.5M/TL
2M/TL
2.5M/TL
3.5M/TL
48
63
82
114
54
69
88
125
62
80
103
146
Switching frequency
Switching frequency
DIGIDRIVE
rating
3 kHz
6kHz
12kHz
5.5TL
8TL
11TL
156
210
280
174
230
305
206
265
335
Switching frequency
DIGIDRIVE
rating
3 kHz
6kHz
12kHz
1.5T
2T
2.5T
3.5T
4.5T
5.5T
8T
11T
16T
22T
27T
33T
40T
50T
35
44
61
77
95
126
130
215
280
345
545
730
950
1090
43
57
77
97
122
158
190
270
400
495
660
870
1130
1325
63
79
105
130
159
192
295
385
570
700
885
1145
1485
1800
1.4.3 - Table of forced ventilation flow rates
Forced
DIGIDRIVE rating
2.5T
8T(L)
2.5M/TL
ventilation and 3.5M/
5.5TL
TL
Flow rate
(m3/hr)
72
72
16T
33T
to 5.5T
to 11T(L)
to 27T
to 50T
72
95
153
320
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1.5 - Weights and dimensions
1.5.1 - 0.5M to 27T ratings
W2
M
H1
PL4
PL3
1
H
2
PL2
1
2
3
PL1
4
5
6
7
8
9 10
11 12
13 14
H3
L1
H4
L2
PE
U
V
W
W1
W
DIGIDRIVE rating
W
0.5M and 1M
102
1.2M and 1.5M
102
1.5M/TL to 5.5T(L) 147
8T(L) and 11T(L) 190
16T to 27T
250
W1
84
84
121.5
172
228
D
Dimensions (mm)
W2
H
H1
H3
84
191 181.5 57
84
191 181.5 57
122
280
265
140
164
336
320
190
217
412
397
243
H4
40
40
42
45
55
Weight
Screws
(kg)
D
130
130
130
155
185
1.1
1.25
2.7
6
11
4xM4
4xM4
4xM4
4xM4
4xM5
1.5.2 - 33T to 50T ratings
SCREWS
Mounting
support
M
H2
H H1
H4
H3
W
DIGIDRIVE
rating
W
33T to 50T 375
16
W1
187.5
W1
W2
16.5
D
Dimensions (mm)
H
H1
H2
335
368
346
W2
W2
Weight
H3
175
H4
220
D
260
(Kg)
22
Screws
M6
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1.5.2.1 - Mounting with cooling unit inside the cabinet
The drives can be installed on a solid base plate, a grille, a chassis or a DIN rail, so that the
cooling air flow can be channelled around the drive.
- Insert the mounting feet in the grooves at the top and bottom of the cooling unit.
- Fix the feet on the base plate, the DIN rail, or on the grille using M6 screws.
1.5.2.2 - Mounting with cooling unit outside the cabinet
1 - Cut out and drill holes in the cabinet rear panel.
2 - Insert a mounting foot in the groove at the top of the drive.
3 - Remove the bottom terminal block access flap in order to get at the fixing holes.
4 - Place the weatherproof seal supplied with the drive on the flange.
5 - Insert the drive in the rear panel cut-out.
6 - Fix the drive by means of the fixing at the top and the holes at the bottom.
CAUTION:
Check that there is adequate air circulation at the back of the cabinet.
W1
SCREWS
W1
Mounting
support
M
H
H1
D
D1
H4 H3
DIGIDRIVE
Dimensions (mm)
rating
W W1 W2 W3 W4 H
H1 H2
33T to 50T 358 16.5 69 131.5 187 364 287 346
H2
W2
W3
W2
W4
W
Weight
H3
16
H4
7
D
P1
120 140
Screws
(Kg)
22
M6
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2 - MECHANICAL INSTALLATION
2.2 - Installation recommendations
• It is the responsibility of the
owner or the user to ensure that
the
installation,
operation
and
maintenance of the drive and its options
comply with legislation relating to the
safety of equipment and personnel, and
with the current regulations of the
country of use.
• The DIGIDRIVE must be installed
in an environment free from conducting
dust, corrosive fumes, gases and fluids,
and condensation (for example class 2
according to UL 840 and IEC 664.1). The
drive must not be installed in hazardous
areas unless it is in an appropriate
enclosure. In this case the installation
must be approved.
•
In
atmospheres
where
condensation may form, install a heating
system which operates when the drive is
not in use and is switched off when the
drive is in use. It is advisable to control
the heating system automatically.
• The DIGIDRIVE casing is not
fireproof. If necessary, use a flameproof
cabinet.
• Mount the drive vertically providing a
space:
- of more than 100 mm between 2 rows
(150 mm for 33T to 50T ratings)
- of more than 20 mm between 2 drives
- of more than 10 mm between the drive
and the cabinet.
• Do not place the DIGIDRIVE above a heat
source.
2.3 - Mounting
The DIGIDRIVE is fixed using 4 screws, in
accordance with the diagram below.
M
15 16
PL2
PL3
PL4
PL1
1
2
3
4
5
L1
6
7
L2
8
PE
9
10 11 12 13 14
U
V
W
M
2.1 - Checks on receipt
Before installing the drive, check that:
- The drive has not been damaged during
transport.
- The control terminal blocks and the cable
glands have been supplied with the drive
(plastic wallet under the protective cover,
containing: 3 cable glands for the power
cables and the motor cables + 1 cable
gland for the control cables + 1 terminal
block with 14 terminals + 1 terminal block
with 2 terminals).
- The nameplate corresponds to the mains
supply and the motor.
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2.4 - UL conformity
To ensure conformity with UL standards,
install the drive in a separate electrical
enclosure, which should be UL approved.
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3 - CONNECTIONS
• All connection work
must be performed in accordance
with the laws in force in the country in
which the drive is installed. This
includes earthing to ensure that no
directly accessible part of the drive can
be at the mains voltage or any other
voltage which may be dangerous.
• The voltages on the cables or
connections of the mains supply, the
motor, the braking resistor or the filter
may cause fatal electric shocks. Contact
must be avoided in all circumstances.
• The drive must be supplied via a
circuit-breaking device so that it can be
powered down safely.
• The drive power supply must be
protected against overloads and shortcircuits.
• The drive stop function does not
protect against high voltages on the
terminal blocks.
• The drive contains capacitors
which remain charged at a fatal voltage
even after the power supply has been
switched off. Wait 10 min after powering
down the drive before removing the
protective cover.
• Check that the voltage and
current of the drive, the motor and the
mains supply are compatible.
• To ensure that the drive
conforms to UL standards, use only
class 1 copper wires, 60/75°C.
3.1 - Access to the terminal blocks
Removing the cover:
1) Using a screwdriver, loosen the screw(s)
at the base of the drive until you can lift up
the cover.
2) Lift up the base of the cover completely.
3) Pull the cover to the side and backwards
(see diagram below).
1 Unscrew
M
DIGIDRIVE
01 Vitesse minimum
Minimum
(Hz)
speed
02 Vitesse maximum
Maximum
speed
03 Accélérati
on
(Hz)
Acceleration rate(s/100Hz)
04 Décélérati
on (s/100Hz)
Deceleration
rate
05 Référence
vitesse
Speed
reference selec
06 Courant
nominal moteur
Motor rated
(A)
current
07 Vitesse nominale
Motor rated speed moteur (min -1)
08 Tension
nominale moteur
Motor rated
(V)
voltage
09 Cos ϕ
Power factor
10 Niveau de
paramétrage
Parameter access
Mettre le variateur
hors tension
Power down
10min avant
unit 10min before
de déposer le
removing cover
capot
2 Lift
3 Pull
• The cover must be replaced after
the terminal blocks have been
connected.
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3.2 - Terminal block layout
• 1.5M/TL to 3.5M/TL ratings
+
M
Braking
resistor
(option)
DBR
-
L1
L2
L3
PE
U
V
W
RFI filter
(option)
Relay
Copy
key
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PL3
PL2
PL4
Serial link
PL1
Control
terminal
block
1
2
3
4
5
6
L1
7
L2
8
9
PE
10 11 12 13 14
U
V
Power
terminal
block
W
3.3 - Description of the terminal
blocks
3.3.1 - Power terminal block
The maximum tightening torque for the
power terminals is 1N.m for 0.5M to 5.5T(L)
ratings, 2N.m for 8T(L) to 27T ratings, and
15N.m for 33T to 50T ratings.
L1
L2/N
PE
Motor connection to earth
U
V
W
+ DBR
Option
RFI
filter
Fuses
-
Connection of the optional RF
braking resistors (via a thermal
relay) between the + on the
DC bus and terminal DBR
DC bus -
• Check that the braking resistors
are correctly connected between
the + and DBR terminals (and not + and -).
L1
L2/N
Functions
Single-phase power supply
L1, L2/N 200 to 240V ±10%
50-60 Hz ±2%
Connection to mains supply
PE
earth
connection (respect the
U, V, W Motor
motor/drive phase order)
Terminals
Motor connection to earth
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L3
Terminals
Functions
L1, L2 Single-phase power supply
L1, L2, L3 3-phase power supply
200 to 240V ±10%
50-60 Hz ±2%
Connection to mains supply
PE
earth
Motor connection
U, V, W (respect the motor/drive phase
order)
• 0.5M to 1.5M ratings
L1
L2
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+
Braking
resistor
(option)
DBR
-
L1
L2
L3
PE
U
V
W
RFI filter
(option)
• 33T to 50T ratings
L1
L2
L3
U
V
W
+
•
-
RFI filter
(option)
Braking
resistor
(option)
L1
L2
L3
L1
Terminals
Functions
3-phase power supply
200 to 240V ±10%
(5.5TL to 11TL)
L1, L2, L3 or
380 to 480V ±10%
(1.5T to 27T)
50-60 Hz ±2%
Connection to mains supply
PE
earth
connection (respect
U, V, W Motor
the motor/drive phase order)
L2
L3
Terminals
3-phase power supply
L1, L2, L3 380 to 480V ±10%
50-60 Hz ±2%
Connection to mains supply
earth
Motor connection
U, V, W (respect the motor/drive
phase order)
Motor connection to earth
Motor connection to earth
+ DBR
-
Connection of the optional RF
braking resistors (via a
thermal relay) between the +
on the DC bus and terminal
DBR.
DC bus -
• Check that the braking resistors
are correctly connected between
the + and DBR terminals (and not + and -).
Functions
+
•
-
Connection of the optional
RF braking resistors
(via a thermal relay between
the DC bus + and the • terminal.
DC bus -
• Check that the braking resistors
are correctly connected between
the + and • terminals (and not + and -).
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3.3.2 - Control terminal blocks
• The DIGIDRIVE is factory set
with a positive logic configuration.
•
All
the
terminal
block
explanations are given for positive logic.
• Using a drive with a control
system which has a different control
logic may cause unwanted starting of
the motor.
15 16
PL2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12 13 14
PL1
The maximum tightening torque for the
control terminals is 0.6 N.m.
1
0V common
2
Analogue voltage input (A1)
Voltage range
0 to +10V
Scale
0V corresponds to
minimum speed
01)
(0
10V corresponds to
the maximum speed
02)
value (0
Absolute maximum -18 to +35V in
voltage range
relation to the 0V
common
Input impedance
100 kΩ
Resolution
0.1% (10 bits)
Accuracy
± 2%
Sampling time
6 ms
3
+10V potentiometer power supply
Voltage accuracy
± 2%
Maximum output
5mA
current
Protection
Designed to
tolerate a
permanent shortcircuit at the 0V
4
22
0V common
5
Analogue current input (A2)
Current range
0-20mA, 20-0mA,
4-20mA and 204mA with or without
detection of
signal break.
Absolute maximum -18V to +30V in
relation to the 0V
voltage range
common
Input impedance
200 Ω
Resolution
0.1% (10 bits)
Accuracy
± 2%
Sampling time
6 ms
Factory setting
4-20mA without
detection of
signal break
6
Analogue output
Voltage range
0 to +10V
Absolute maximum -1V to +35V in
voltage range
relation to the 0V
common
Scale
Motor frequency
image output:
• 10V corresponds
to the maximum
frequency 0 2
or
Motor load image
output:
• 10V corresponds
to
150% of the
current at full load:
Output voltage =
Maximum current
output
Resolution
Accuracy
Update time
Protection
Factory setting
I active
x 10
1.5 x I nom var.
5mA
0.1% (10 bits)
± 5%
22 ms
Designed to
tolerate a
permanent shortcircuit at the 0V
Motor frequency
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14
+24V source
Voltage accuracy
Maximum output
current
Protection
8
± 10%
100mA
Designed to
tolerate a
permanent shortcircuit at the 0V
common
Logic output
Voltage range
0 to +24V
Absolute maximum -1V to +35V in
voltage range
relation to the 0V
common
Maximum output
50mA (at +24V)
current
Output impedance 10 kΩ
Update time
1.5 ms
Factory setting
Zero frequency
9
10
11
12
13
Logic input: Unlock
Logic input: Forward
Logic input: Reverse
Logic input: Reference
selection
Logic input: Jogging or
reference selection
Voltage range
0 to +24V
Absolute maximum -18V to +35V in
voltage range
relation to the 0V
common
Rated threshold
+10V
voltage
Input impedance
7.5 kΩ
Sampling time
1.5 ms
Logic levels
Level 0: < +9.5V
in positive logic
(open circuit)
(factory setting)
Level 1: > +10.5V
(closed circuit)
Logic levels
Level 0: > +10.5V
in negative logic
(open circuit)
(see section 4.4)
Level 1: < +9.5V
(closed circuit)
15
Relays
16
Voltage/Current
240V~/2A
30VDC/6A
Contact insulation
2.5kVAC
Update time
6 ms
Contact operation: Open: off or faulty
Closed: drive
operational
CAUTION:
The +24V source can supply a total
current of 100 mA, including the logic
output (terminal 8).
For example: if the consumption of the
logic output is 30 mA, the +24V source
will only be able to supply 70mA.
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3.4 - Description of cables and protective devices
3.4.1 - General characteristics
• It is the responsibility of the user to connect the DIGIDRIVE and fit protective
devices in accordance with the legislation and regulations in force in the country
of use. This is particularly important as regards the size of the cables, the type and
size of fuses, the earth or ground connection, powering down, acknowledging faults,
insulation and protection against overcurrents.
• The following table is given for information only, and must under no
circumstances be used in place of the current standards.
Examples of cable cross-sections (mm2) *
DIGIDRIVE
rating
Motor
0.5M
1M
1.2M
1.5M
1.5M/TL
2M/TL
2.5M/TL
3.5M/TL
5.5TL
8TL
11TL
1.5T
2T
2.5T
3.5T
4.5T
5.5T
8T
11T
16T
22T
27T
33T
40T
50T
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
2.5
4.0
4.0
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
2.5
2.5
4.0
6.0
10
10
16
16
Mains
1 ph
3 ph
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
2.5
2.5
4.0
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
4.0
4.0
4.0
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
4.0
6.0
10
10
16
16
-
Braking
resistor
Remote control
(shielded)
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
2.5
4.0
4.0
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
2.5
2.5
6.0
6.0
10
10
16
16
≥ 0.5
≥ 0.5
≥ 0.5
≥ 0.5
≥ 0.5
≥ 0.5
≥ 0.5
≥ 0.5
≥ 0.5
≥ 0.5
≥ 0.5
≥ 0.5
≥ 0.5
≥ 0.5
≥ 0.5
≥ 0.5
≥ 0.5
≥ 0.5
≥ 0.5
≥ 0.5
≥ 0.5
≥ 0.5
≥ 0.5
≥ 0.5
≥ 0.5
Input
protective
fuses
(gG)
(A)
1 ph
3 ph
6
10
16
16
16
20
25
32
-
10
16
16
20
32
32
32
10
10
10
16
16
16
16
20
32
40
50
63
80
100
Maximum length of
motor cables
(m)
75
100
150
100
150
60
* The recommended cross-sections are given for a single-wire cable whose maximum length
is 10 metres. Above this, the line drops due to the length must be taken into account.
Note:
• The temperature withstand of the cables used for the control and power cables must be at
least 105°C.
• The protective fuses must conform to EN 60269 parts 1 and 2.
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CAUTION:
• The use of high-capacity cables reduces by half the maximum length shown in the
table on the previous page.
• The maximum length of the motor cables may differ from that shown in the table on
the previous page. In fact, the maximum length of the motor cables varies in inverse
proportion to the switching frequency variation. Since the lengths in the table are given
for a switching frequency of 6 kHz, the length of other switching frequencies can be
deduced from this. Examples:
- maximum length of motor cables at 3 kHz = maximum length at 6 kHz multiplied by 2
- maximum length of motor cables at 12 kHz = maximum length at 6 kHz divided by 2
Normal
capacity
cable
High
capacity
cable
3.4.2 - Conformity to UL standards
The drive must be incorporated in an installation which can deliver 5000 rms symmetrical
Amps maximum at a voltage of 264VAC rms maximum for type "M" or "TL" 230V drives or
528VAC rms maximum for type "T" 400V drives.
The drive has integral motor overload protection (150% of the full load current). For this
protection to work correctly, it is necessary to set parameter 0 6 to "motor rated current".
To ensure the drive conforms to UL standards, use UL standard quick-blowing fuses according
to the table below.
DIGIDRIVE rating
Fuse type
0.5M to 1.5M Class CC quick-blowing fuses
eg: Limitron KTK by Bussman, Amp-trap ATM by Gould (or equivalent)
Class CC quick-blowing fuses
eg: Limitron KTK by Bussman, Amp-trap ATM by Gould (or equivalent)
except in the following cases:
1.5M/TL to 5.5TL • 3.5M/TL used in single-phase: class J 35A quick-blowing fuses
eg: JLS35 Littelfuse Power Gard
1.5T to 5.5T • 5.5TL: class CC 30A quick-blowing fuses
• 3.5M/TL used in single-phase, and 5.5TL: the power supply wiring for
the power must be made up with UL approved cables type
12 AWG (terminal width 8.0 mm maximum) to standard UL 486 A/C
Class J 35A quick-blowing fuses
8TL and 11TL eg: A4J35 Amp-Trap by Gould, JLS35 Littelfuse Power Gard
(or equivalent)
Class CC quick-blowing fuses
8T and 11T
eg: Limitron KTK by Bussman, Amp-Trap ATM by Gould (or equivalent)
Class J 40A quick-blowing fuses
16T and 27T eg: A4J40 Amp-Trap by Gould, JLS40 Littelfuse Power Gard
(or equivalent)
33T to 50T
Class RK1 600VAC fuses
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3.5 - Electrical and electromagnetic
phenomena
3.5.1 - General
The power structure of variable speed
drives leads to the occurrence of two types
of phenomenon:
- low frequency harmonic feedback on the
mains power supply
- emission of radio frequency signals (RFI)
These are independent phenomena.
They have different consequences on
the electrical environment.
3.5.2 - Low frequency harmonics
The rectifier, at the head of the variable
speed drive, draws on the capacitors and
generates a non-sinusoidal AC line current.
This current carries harmonics with odd
numbers (3, 5, 7 etc for single-phase drives
and 5, 7, 11, 13 etc for three-phase drives).
The amplitude of these harmonics depends
on the impedances upstream of the rectifier
(line impedance plus any additional
chokes) and downstream of the rectifier
(DC bus choke inside the drive, if fitted).
The higher the value of these impedances,
the more the amplitude of the current
harmonics is reduced.
The addition of further line chokes reduces
the amplitude of the mains supply current
harmonics (especially for drives not fitted
with a DC bus choke), but also attenuates
transient interference between the mains
and the drive.
These line chokes are compulsory for 0.5M
to 1.2M ratings, for conformity with
standard EN 61000-3-2 "Limiting emissions
of harmonic currents" in the domestic
environment,
and
are
strongly
recommended for other ratings in the
following cases:
- mains power supply transformer power
above 200 kVA
- line short-circuit current above 5 kVA
- bank of capacitors for reading the power
factor connected on the mains
- drives with high-power thyristors supplied
by the same mains supply (especially if
they are not fitted with line chokes)
- D.O.L. induction motors on the mains
supply causing transient voltage drops of
more than 20%.
DIGIDRIVE ratings
0.5M to 1.2M
1.5M, 1.5M/TL
and
2M/TL
2.5M/TL
and
3.5M/TL
1.5M/TL to 2.5M/
and
1.5T to 3.5T
3.5M/TL
and
4.5T to 11T
5.5TL to 11TL
and
16T and 22T
27T
Mains
Mains chokes
(16mH/4.5A)
1-ph
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9 ST 2.5
(2.5mH/9A)
3-ph
16 ST 1.5
(1.5mH/16A)
3-ph
25 ST 1
(1mH/25A)
38 ST 0.65
(38A / 0.65mH)
60 ST 0.4
33T and 40T
3-ph
(60A / 0.4mH)
90 ST 0.28
50T
3-ph
(90A / 0.65mH)
3.5.3 - Radio frequency interference:
Immunity
3-ph
3.5.3.1 - General
The immunity level of a device is defined by
its ability to operate in an environment
which is polluted by external elements or by
its electrical connections.
3.5.3.2 - Standards
Each device must undergo a series of
standard tests (European standards) and
meet a minimum requirement in order to be
declared as compliant with the generic
industrial (EN 50082-2) and domestic (EN
50082-1) standards.
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3.5.3.3 - Recommendations
An installation consisting exclusively of
devices which comply with the
standards concerning immunity is very
unlikely to be subject to a risk of
interference.
3.5.4 - Radio frequency interference:
Emission
3.5.4.1 - General
Variable speed drives use high-speed
switches (transistors, semi-conductors)
which switch high voltages (around 550V
for 3-phase drives) and currents at high
frequencies (several kHz). This provides
better efficiency and a low level of motor
noise.
As a result, they generate radio frequency
signals which may disturb operation of
other equipment or distort measurements
taken by sensors:
- due to high-frequency leakage currents
which escape to earth via the stray capacity
of the drive/motor cable and that of the
motor via the metal structures which
support the motor
- by conduction or feedback of R.F. signals
on the power supply cable: conducted
emissions
- by direct radiation near to the mains
supply power cable or the drive/motor
cable: radiated emissions
These phenomena are of direct interest to
the user.
The frequency range concerned (radio
frequency) does not affect the energy
distribution company.
3.5.4.2 - Standards
The maximum emission level is set by the
generic industrial (EN 50081-2) and
domestic (EN 50081-1) standards.
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3.5.4.3 - Recommendations
• Experience shows that the levels set
by standards EN 50081-1 and 50081-2 do
not necessarily need to be respected to
eliminate interference phenomena.
• Following the basic precautions in the
next paragraph generally results in
correct operation of the installation.
3.5.5 - Basic precautions
These are to be taken at the design stage
and also when wiring the cabinet and the
external elements. In each paragraph, they
are listed in decreasing order of effect on
correct operation of the installation.
3.5.5.1 - Design
1) Choice of equipment
Give priority to components whose level of
immunity conforms to the generic immunity
standards EN 50082-1 and EN 50082-2,
and mount them in a steel cabinet.
2) Location of the drive
Install the drive as close as possible to the
motor to reduce the length of the cable.
3.5.5.2 - Installation of the drive and
associated components in the cabinet
1) Screw the drive and the components on
to a metal grille or a base plate which is
unpainted or paint-free at the fixing points.
2) Fix the plate at several paint-free points
at the back of the cabinet.
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3.5.5.3 - Wiring inside the cabinet
1) Do not run the control cables and the
power cables in the same cable ducts.
2) For control cables, use a shielded
twisted cable with tight copper shielding
mesh and connect the shielding to the 0V at
the drive end only.
3) Fit an RC filter to relays and contactors
which are near the drive or are electrically
connected to the drive.
3.5.5.4 - Wiring outside the cabinet
1) Isolate the power cables from the control
cables.
2) Connect the motor earth terminal directly
to that of the drive.
3) Run the motor power supply cables and
the auxiliary cable, which links the motor
earth to that of the drive, in a metal cable
duct. This cable duct should be
mechanically connected to the cabinet and
the metal structure supporting the motor.
Fix the conductors securely at the bottom of
the duct.
4) Do not route the control cables (drive
and feedback) along metal structures
which may be shared by the motor support.
5) Isolate sensitive elements (probes,
sensors, etc) from metal structures which
may be shared by the motor support.
Under no circumstances can the earth
grounds, which are designed to protect
personnel by linking metal grounds to earth
via a cable, serve as a substitute for the
ground connections.
3.5.6 - IT mains supply
On IT mains supplies, the phase potential
and the earth potential are not closely
associated. The drive power supply may
therefore be subjected to significant
transient interference in the voltage,
between phases and/or between phase
and neutral.
To avoid drive malfunctions in this situation,
it is advisable to place chokes in series in
the drive power supply which oppose the
transient interference with a high
impedance, significantly reducing the
amplitude of this interference.
For choke selection, see the table of mains
chokes in section 3.5.2.
3.5.5.5 - Importance of ground wiring
The immunity and radio frequency
emission level are directly linked to the
quality of the ground connections. Metal
grounds should be mechanically connected
to each other with the largest possible
electrical contact area.
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3.5.7 - Additional precautions
Following the basic precautions in the
previous paragraph generally results in
correct operation of the installation.
However, even greater immunity can be
achieved by taking the following additional
precautions. These are listed in order of
importance.
MC chokes can be used to reduce these
leakage currents. Their role is even more
important when the drive/motor cable is
very long.
Use MC chokes with a standard cable no
more than 100 m long.
Place the MC choke as near the drive as
possible.
Drive ratings
3.5.7.1 - Insertion and wiring of an MC
choke
Most interference phenomena are caused
by high-frequency leakage currents
escaping to earth via the drive/motor cable
and via the metal structures supporting the
motor.
0.5M to 1.5M
1.5M/TL and 2M/TL
1.5T to 3.5T
2.5M/TL and 3.5M/
4.5T to 11T
5.5TL to 11TL
16T to 27T
33T to 50T
MC choke
3.5T
11T
27T
50T
3.5.7.2 - RFI filter
The RFI filter contributes to a reduction in the emission levels of the radio frequency signals
on the power supply cable, but its role in handling interference phenomena is fairly limited.
Depending on the drive used, install the RFI filter recommended in the table below between
the mains and the drive input.
DIGIDRIVE ratings
Type 1 filters
Length of
Reference
motor cables
(m)
Type 2 filters
Length of
Reference
motor cables
(m)
0.5M to 1.5M
1 to 20
FLT 5594 - 12
1 to 75
FLT 5581 - 12
1.5M/TL to 3.5M/TL (1-ph)
1 to 50
FLT 5594 - 26
1 to 100
FLT 5581 - 26
1.5M/TL to 3.5M/TL (3-ph)
1 to 15
FLT 5901 - 17
1 to 100
FLT 5569 - 16
5.5TL
1 to 15
FLT 5901 - 30
1 to 100
FLT 5569 - 26
1.5T to 5.5TL
1 to 15
FLT 5901 - 17
1 to 100
FLT 5569 - 16
8TL and 11TL
1 to 15
FLT 5901 - 30
1 to 100
FLT 5569 - 30
8T and 11T
1 to 15
FLT 5901 - 17
1 to 100
FLT 5569 - 17
16T and 22T
1 to 15
FLT 5901 - 33
1 to 100
FLT 5569 - 33
27T
1 to 20
FLT 5901 - 37
1 to 100
FLT 5569 - 37
33T
1 to 100
FLT 5113 - 50
40T
1 to 100
FLT 5113 - 63
50T
1 to 100
FLT 5113 - 100
• Precautions when mounting the filter
- Place the filter as near the drive as possible.
- Mount the type 1 filter directly on the same grille or same base plate as the drive.
- Mount the type 2 filter at the back or on the side of the drive.
• Precautions when wiring the filter
- The maximum length of the cable to the drive should be 0.3 m.
- Separate mains cables from motor cables.
- Wire up the earth: input to the cabinet general earth, output to the drive earth.
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3.5.7.3 - Drive-motor wiring
Use a shielded cable between the drive and
the motor.
• Cable characteristics
Use a 3-phase + earth shielded or
armoured cable with low stray capacity
between the cables and the shielding or
sheathing.
• Connecting the shielding
- Connect the shielding at both ends: to the
earth terminal on both the motor and the
drive (or to the fieldbus at the filter output).
- Strip back the cable covering and fix the
shielding securely to the cabinet grille or
base plate using a metal jumper.
- If possible, connect the shielding to the
cabinet ground at the cable exit point, using
brass cable glands for example, and
stripping back the cable covering.
• Tip to ensure shielding continuity
- When the motor is connected via the
intermediate terminal block in the cabinet,
connect the shielding using a terminal
which is not isolated from the grille or base
plate. If the terminal block is located more
than 300 mm from the edge of the grille, fix
the shielding securely using a metal
jumper.
- When a switching device is used close to
the motor, use a grounding strip (maximum
length 100 mm) to provide continuity.
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3.5.8 - Conformity to standards
Tests carried out in conditions imposed by the standards demonstrate that, providing they are
installed and connected in accordance with the instructions in paragraphs 3.5.5 and 3.5.7,
DIGIDRIVE units conform to the EMC directive 89/336/EEC modified by 92/31/EEC.
3.5.8.1 - Immunity
DIGIDRIVE units conform to international immunity standards.
Standards
Type of immunity
Generic immunity standard
Part 1: residential, commercial
and light industry
Generic immunity standard
Part 2: industrial environment
EN 50082-1
EN 50082-2
EN 61800-3
IEC 61800-3
Variable speed drive standard
Application
Level
-
Conforms
-
Conforms
Conforms to the first and second environment
3.5.8.2 - Conducted emissions
When used with the associated filters, DIGIDRIVE units conform to the standards relating to
conducted emissions in the conditions indicated below.
Symbols
Standards
Description
Application
EN 50081-1
Generic emission standard
for residential, commercial
and light industry environments
A.C. supply
EN 61800-3
IEC 61800-3
Variable speed drive standard
EN 50081-2
Generic emission standard
for industrial environments
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A.C. supply
EN 61800-3
Conforms to the first and second
Variable speed drive standard
IEC 61800-3
environments
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Conducted emissions with Type 1 filter (for filter characteristics see section 7.1)
Ratings
Voltage
Filters
Length of motor cables
(m)
1 to 20
1 to 15
15 to 50
1 to 15
1 to 20
1 to 15
1 to 15
1 to 15
1 to 15
1 to 20
0.5M to 1.5M
1-ph 230V
FLT 5594 - 12
1.5M/TL to 3.5M/TL
1-ph 230V
FLT 5594 - 26
1.5M/TL to 3.5M/TL
5.5TL
1.5T to 5.5T
8TL and 11TL
8T and 11T
16T and 22T
27T
3-ph 230V
3-ph 230V
3-ph 400V
3-ph 230V
3-ph 400V
3-ph 400V
3-ph 400V
FLT 5901 - 17
FLT 5901 - 30
FLT 5901 - 17
FLT 5901 - 30
FLT 5901 - 17
FLT 5901 - 33
FLT 5901 - 37
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Switching frequency
3 kHz
6 kHz
12 kHz
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Conducted emissions with Type 2 filter (for filter characteristics see section 7.2)
Ratings
Voltage
Filters
0.5M to 1.5M
1-ph 230V
FLT 5581 - 12
1.5M/TL to 3.5M/TL
1-ph 230V
FLT 5581 - 26
1.5M/TL to 3.5M/TL
3-ph 230V
FLT 5569 - 16
5.5TL
3-ph 230V
FLT 5569 - 26
1.5T to 5.5T
3-ph 400V
FLT 5569 - 16
8TL and 11TL
3-ph 230V
FLT 5569 - 30
8T and 11T
3-ph 400V
FLT 5569 - 17
16T and 22T
3-ph 400V
FLT 5569 - 33
27T
3-ph 400V
FLT 5569 - 37
33T
3-ph 400V
FLT 5113 - 50
40T
3-ph 400V
FLT 5113 - 63
50T
3-ph 400V
FLT 5113 - 100
Switching frequency
Length of motor cables
(m)
3 kHz
6 kHz
12 kHz
1 to 5
5 to 20
20 to 50
50 to 75
1 to 15
15 to 80
80 to 100
1 to 45
45 to 100
1 to 20
20 to 45
45 to 100
1 to 20
20 to 50
50 to 100
1 to 20
20 to 100
1 to 15
15 to 30
30 to 100
1 to 20
20 to 100
1 to 20
20 to 70
70 to 100
1 to 10
10 to 50
50 to 100
1 to 10
10 to 50
50 to 100
1 to 10
10 to 50
50 to 100
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The levels of conducted emissions specified in standards EN 50081-1 and 50081-2 are
equivalent to the levels required by the following specific standards:
Generic standard
EN 50081-1
EN 50081-2
Conducted emissions from 150 kHz to 30 MHz
Specific standard
EN 55011 Class B
CISPR 11 Class B
EN 55014
CISPR 14
EN 55022 Class B
CISPR 22 Class B
EN 55011 Class A Group 1
CISPR 11 Class A Group 1
EN 55022 Class A
CISPR 22 Class A
3.5.8.3 - Radiated emissions
When the drive, associated with one of the
RFI filters listed in section 3.5.7, is installed
in a steel cabinet and the wiring
recommendations have been adhered to, it
meets the limits for radiated emissions
defined in the generic emission standard for
residential environments,
EN 50081-1 (0.5M to 1.5M ratings only) and
the generic emission standard - industrial
environment part EN 50081-2 (1.5M/TL to
50T ratings).
Tests have been carried out with an
enclosure representative of the most
common installations. It may be, on a
device with different characteristics,
that the levels of radiated emissions are
not identical to those identified during
tests.
The tables below summarise the radiated
emission results and indicate the six least
favourable measurements between 30 and
1000 MHz.
DIGIDRIVE rating
0.5M to 1.5M
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Frequency Emissions
(MHz)
(dBµV/m)
48.75
48.85
48.95
49.10
49.25
49.55
24.0
24.0
24.2
24.1
23.9
23.7
Industrial, scientific and medical equipment
Domestic electrical appliances
Data processing equipment
Industrial, scientific and medical equipment
Data processing equipment
DIGIDRIVE rating
1.5M/TL to 5.5TL
1.5T to 5.5T
8TL and 11TL
8T and 11T
16T to 27T
30T to 50T
Frequency Emissions
(MHz)
(dBµ/m)
41.45
36.6
41.65
36.0
40.4
35.9
40.3
35.6
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35.3
38.35
35.2
46.9
33.2
49.0
31.6
46.45
27.8
40.85
27.3
63.5
26.2
30.2
26.1
44.75
25.1
45.0
25.3
45.25
25.1
44.25
25.5
31.65
24.4
32.15
24.4
60.7
30
60.35
29.5
61.1
29.5
50.2
28.5
50.45
28.5
61.4
28.5
Note:
• Level authorised by standard EN 50081-1
at 10 m is 30 dBµV/m.
• Level authorised by standard EN 50081-2
is 40 dBµV/m.
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The levels of radiated emissions specified in standards EN 50081-1 and EN 50081-2 are
equivalent to the levels required by the following specific standards:
Generic standard
EN 50081-1
EN 50081-2
Radiated emissions from 30 to 1000 MHz
Specific standard
EN 55011 Class B
CISPR 11 Class B
EN 55022 Class B
CISPR 22 Class B
EN 55011 Class A Group 1
CISPR 11 Class A Group 1
EN 55022 Class A
CISPR 22 Class A
Industrial, scientific and medical equipment
Data processing equipment
Industrial, scientific and medical equipment
Data processing equipment
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3.5.9 - Recommendations in the event of
interference phenomena
Even when the elementary precautions in
paragraph 3.5.5 are rigorously adhered to,
it is possible that in rare cases some
equipment in the installation may be
affected by interference. Generally,
sensitive measurement sensors are the
most likely to be affected.
Experience shows that the most complex
solutions are not necessarily the most
effective and that in the majority of cases,
very simple remedies offer the best results.
The following actions should not all be
undertaken; stop once the phenomenon
has disappeared.
• Check that the elementary precautions in
paragraph 3.5.5 have been adhered to.
• Fitting sensors: isolate from the metal
structure common to the motor.
• Sensor interference suppression.
Measurement sensors are sensitive
elements which can be affected by
interference.
Most problems can be resolved by placing
bypass capacitors (0.1 to 0.5 µF) on the
sensor feedback signals. This solution is
only possible for DC voltage signals (12, 24
or 48V) or AC voltage 50 Hz up to 220V.
• Protection of sensitive equipment.
If the drive has a much higher power rating
than that of the sensitive equipment
connected on the same mains supply, it is
more economical to place an RFI filter on
the power supply of the low-power
equipment power supply than to install an
RFI filter on the drive input. The installation
recommendations are the same: filter near
the device, device earthed using a short
connection, separate the filter input and
output wires.
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• Auxiliary cable for the control electronics
shielding.
If these connections are likely to pass
through areas with a high level of
interference, it may be advisable to double
their shielding with an auxiliary cable
connected at both ends. Circulating
currents are then concentrated in this cable
and not in the low-level connection
shielding.
• MC choke
Depending on the drive rating and the
distance between the motor and the drive,
insert and wire up an MC choke between
the motor and the drive as indicated in
section 3.5.7.1.
• RFI filter
Insert and wire up an RFI filter (mains) as
indicated in section 3.5.7.2.
• Shielded motor cable
Between the motor and the drive, use a
shielded cable in line with the
recommendations in section 3.5.7.3.
3.5.10 - Additional information
LEROY-SOMER will offer every assistance
to the systems integrator, installer or user in
providing any additional information which
does not appear in this documentation, in
addition to any technical support in order to
resolve a particular problem.
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3.6 - Wiring diagrams
3.6.1 - Power circuit diagram - Single-phase mains supply
Mains supply
Remote control
power supply
QS
Fu1
KM1
AU
RFI filter
option
FR
(RF)
SB1
L1
SB2
L2
PE
KM1
Braking
resistor
option *
RF (from 1.5M/TL
to 3.5M/TL
only)
+
DIGIDRIVE
KM1
DBR
FR
U
QS
AU
SB1
SB2
KM1
FR
*
V
W
M
: Fused isolator
: Emergency stop button
3~
: Power off button
: Power on button
: Line contactor
: Thermal relay of optional braking resistors
: For single-phase drives, this option is only available for
1.5M/TL to 3.5M/TL ratings (see section 7.3)
• To enable the braking resistor, set parameter 30 = 0 (for the
parameter-setting procedure, see section 4.3).
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3.6.2 - Power circuit diagram - 3-phase mains supply
Mains supply
Remote control
power supply
QS
Fu1
KM1
AU
RFI filter
option
FR
(RF)
SB1
L2
L1
L3
PE
or
SB2
KM1
+DC
DIGIDRIVE
RF
KM1
•
or DBR
FR
U
V
W
M
QS
AU
SB1
SB2
KM1
FR
*
: Fused isolator
3~
: Emergency stop button
: Power off button
: Power on button
: Line contactor
: Thermal relay of optional braking resistors
: See section 7.3
• To enable the braking resistor, set parameter 30 = 0 (for the
parameter-setting procedure, see section 4.3).
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Braking
resistor
option *
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3.6.3 - Power circuit diagram with motor contactor downstream of drive - Single or
3-phase mains supply
Mains supply
Remote control
power supply
QS
Fu1
AU
RFI filter
option
FR
(RF)
SB1
L2
L1
L3
PE
or
SB2
KM1
+DC
DIGIDRIVE
KM1
RF
7
Braking
resistor
option *
•
or DBR
KM1
9
FR
U
V
W
KM1
QS : Fused isolator
AU : Emergency stop button
M
SB1 : Open drive/motor
circuit
3~
SB2 : Close motor contactor
KM1 : Motor contactor
FR : Thermal relay of optional braking resistors
*
: This option is available from rating 1.5M/TL (see section 7.3)
• To enable the braking resistor, set parameter 30 = 0 (for the parameter-setting
procedure, see section 4.3).
• If a braking resistor is used, it must be protected by a thermal relay which should
cut off the power supply to the drive via an upstream contactor.
• During operation, the opening of contactor KM1 causes the freewheel stop of the
motor. Check that this is not hazardous for equipment or personnel.
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3.6.4 - Control circuit diagrams
3.6.4.1 - Control via terminal block using factory setting - Analogue reference 1 (A1), or
2 (A2), and jog operation
0V
1
2
RP
3
PL1
Reference A1
(analogue voltage input)
+10V
4
0V (negative logic)
5
6
Reference A2
(analogue current input)
Analogue output (motor frequency)
7
+24V (positive logic)
8
Logic output (zero frequency)
9
Unlock
10
Run forward/Stop
11
Run reverse/Stop
12
A1/A2 reference selection
13
Jog
(see 15 in section 4.8)
14
15
PL2
Fault relay
M
16
05 = A1.A2
Term. 12 Term. 13
Reference
Assoc. parameter
0
0
Reference A1
-
1
0
Reference A2
16 (*)
0
1
Jog
15
1
1
Jog
15
• The original configuration of the drive assumes positive logic
operation.
• Using a drive with a control system which has a different control logic
may cause unwanted starting of the motor.
• See section 4.4 for configuring the drive for negative logic, and connect
the common to 0V.
RP : 10 kΩ potentiometer (2 kΩ minimum)
(*) : CAUTION :
If 16 is set to 4-20mA or 20-4 mA (with detection of signal break), and the value of
reference A2 is < 3mA, the drive switches to "CL". It is then impossible to
select reference A1. Simply set 16 = 4-.20 or 20.-4 (without break detection), then
clear the fault by pressing
, before selecting reference A1.
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3.6.4.2 - Control via terminal block - Analogue reference 1 (A1) and 3 preset frequencies
0V
1
2
3
RP
4
Reference A1
(analogue voltage input)
+10V
0V (negative logic)
5
PL1
6
Analogue output (motor frequency)
7
+24V (positive logic)
8
Logic output (zero frequency)
9
Unlock
10
Run forward/Stop
11
Run reverse/Stop
12
Reference selection
13
Reference selection
14
15
PL2
Fault relay
16
M
05 = A1.Pr
Term. 12 Term. 13
Reference
Assoc. parameter
0
0
Reference A1
-
1
0
Preset frequency no. 2 (FP2)
12
0
1
Preset frequency no. 3 (FP3)
13
1
1
Preset frequency no. 4 (FP4)
14
• The original configuration of the drive assumes positive logic
operation.
• Using a drive with a control system which has a different control logic
may cause unwanted starting of the motor.
• See section 4.4 for configuring the drive for negative logic, and connect
the common to 0V.
RP : 10 kΩ potentiometer (2 kΩ minimum)
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3.6.4.3 - Control via terminal block - Analogue reference 2 (A2) and 3 preset frequencies
1
2
3
PL1
4
0V (negative logic)
5
6
Reference A2
(analogue current input)
Analogue output (motor frequency)
7
+24V (positive logic)
8
Logic output (zero frequency)
9
Unlock
10
Run forward/Stop
11
Run reverse/Stop
12
Reference selection
13
Reference selection
14
15
PL2
Fault relay
16
M
05 = A2.Pr
Term. 12 Term. 13
Reference
Assoc. parameter
0
0
Reference A2
16
1
0
Preset frequency no. 2 (FP2)
12
0
1
Preset frequency no. 3 (FP3)
13
1
1
Preset frequency no. 4 (FP4)
14
• The original configuration of the drive assumes positive logic
operation.
• Using a drive with a control system which has a different control logic
may cause unwanted starting of the motor.
• See section 4.4 for configuring the drive for negative logic, and connect
the common to 0V.
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3.6.4.4 - Control via terminal block - 4 preset frequencies
1
2
3
4
0V (negative logic)
5
PL1
6
Analogue output (motor frequency)
7
+24V (positive logic)
8
Logic output (zero frequency)
9
Unlock
10
Run forward/Stop
11
Run reverse/Stop
12
Reference selection
13
Reference selection
14
15
PL2
Fault relay
M
16
05 = Pr
Term. 12 Term. 13
Reference
Assoc. parameter
0
0
Preset frequency no. 1 (FP1)
11
1
0
Preset frequency no. 2 (FP2)
12
0
1
Preset frequency no. 3 (FP3)
13
1
1
Preset frequency no. 4 (FP4)
14
• The original configuration of the drive assumes positive logic
operation.
• Using a drive with a control system which has a different control logic
may cause unwanted starting of the motor.
• See section 4.4 for configuring the drive for negative logic, and connect
the common to 0V.
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3.6.4.5 - Control via keypad
1
2
3
4
0V (negative logic)
5
6
+24V (positive logic)
7
PL1
8
9
Unlock
10
11
12
13
14
+24V
15
PL2
Fault relay
16
M
05 = PAd
• The original configuration of the drive assumes positive logic
operation.
• Using a drive with a control system which has a different control logic
may cause unwanted starting of the motor.
• See section 4.4 for configuring the drive for negative logic, and connect
the common to 0V.
3.6.4.6 - Connection of PTC sensors
(0V) 4
13
M
50 = On +
M
+
• Regardless of which control logic is selected (positive or negative),
connect the sensor to terminal 13 and terminal 1 or 4 (0V).
• The PTO sensor can also be used.
• For modification of this parameter to be taken into account, the
drive must be locked or faulty.
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3.6.5 - "Brake control" preset configuration
Mains supply
Remote control
power supply
QS
Fu1
KM1
RFI filter
option
AU
L2
15 L1
Fault
relay
16
FR
(RF)
SB1
L3
PE
or
+DC
DIGIDRIVE
KM1
RF
4 (0V)
SB2
KM1
BR
KN
KN
8
KM1
Braking
resistor
option *
(available
on ratings
≥ 1.5M/TL)
FR
U
V
W
KF
KF
Brake
power supply
QS
AU
SB1
SB2
KM1
FR
KN
F
: Fused isolator
: Emergency stop button
: Power off button
: Power on button
: Line contactor
: Thermal relay of optional braking resistors
: Auxiliary brake relay
M
3~
To select the "brake control" preset configuration, see section 4.10.
CAUTION:
The user MUST familiarise himself with commissioning the drive as explained in section
4.1.
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4 - COMMISSIONING
4.1 - Description of the operator display
1
2
3
8
6
7
M
4
Control
No.
2 x 7-segment digits: display the parameters, the drive status,
the speed and load units.
2
Sign for the value of the content of a parameter.
3
4 x 7-segment digits: display parameter values, and error and
alarm messages.
5
6
7
8
M
+
or
M +
simultaneously
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Function
1
4
M
5
4 + 5
•
•
•
•
Used to scroll through the parameters.
To modify the value of a parameter.
To change the speed in keypad mode.
Used to access the modification of a parameter
value.
• Change from parameter-setting mode to Read Mode or
Drive Status mode and vice versa.
• Stores modified parameters.
In keypad mode, is used to give the FWD or REV command to
the motor.
• FWD/REV key
• In keypad mode, is used to change the direction of rotation of
the motor.
• In its factory setting, this key is inactive. To enable it,
see section 4.8, parameter 2 6 .
• "Reset" key
• Used to give the command to stop the motor in keypad mode.
• Clears faults in keypad or terminal block mode.
When modifying the value of a parameter, this key combination
is used to move under the digits to be modified and speed up
parameter setting.
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4.2 - Displaying the drive status
• The left-hand display on the DIGIDRIVE (2 x 7-segment digits) is used to display the status
of the drive when stopped, and the type of speed or load during operation, whose value is
shown in the right-hand display.
Display
Comment
• The drive is locked (terminal 9 is open).
• The drive is in freewheel stop mode.
• The drive is in the process of clearing a fault
(after the
key has been pressed).
The drive is unlocked and ready to receive a run signal
(terminal 9 is closed).
The right-hand display indicates the frequency in Hz (configurable
using 23).
The right-hand display indicates the speed in min-1 (configurable
using 23).
The right-hand display indicates a unit defined by the user
(configurable using 23 and 24).
The right-hand display indicates the motor load as a percentage of
the rated load (configurable using 22).
The right-hand display indicates the output current per phase
(configurable using 22).
The drive is in DC injection braking mode.
The drive is faulty. The type of fault is shown on the right-hand
display.
• During operation, pressing the M key for 2 seconds changes from the speed reading (Fr,
SP, Cd) to the load reading (Ld, A) and vice versa.
The selected display is stored when the drive is powered down, and will therefore be identical
at the next power-up.
or
M
or
or
Press for
2 seconds
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4.3 - Parameter setting
4.3.1 - Structure of parameter setting
The parameters which can be accessed via the keypad are divided into 2 levels of access:
- level 1:
parameters 0 1 to 1 0 can be directly accessed in read or parameter-setting mode,
- level 2:
parameters 0 1 to 5 0 can be accessed in read or parameter-setting mode after
the parameters have been set: 1 0 = L2
parameters 5 1 to 5 4 can only be accessed in read or parameter-setting mode
when 2 9 = br.Eu or br.US (see explanations in section 4.10).
01
02
Level 1
10
11
50
51 52
53
54
Level 2
4.3.2 - Modifying a parameter
The following procedures illustrate the use of the DIGIDRIVE keypad.
CAUTION:
• These procedures have been drawn up for initial commissioning.
• If the drive is already powered up, the first parameter displayed may not be 0 1 . Simply
select the parameter to be displayed or modified using the
or
keys.
Action
Display
Comment
Power-up
Drive locked
1x
3x
1x
M
Access to parameter-setting mode
Parameter 01 is displayed flashing.
Its value is shown in the right-hand display.
M
The
and
keys are used to access the
parameter to be modified. Here, the value of
parameter 04 is displayed.
M
Access to modification of the parameter.
The parameter number is no longer flashing.
Its value is indicated in the right-hand display
(the lowest order digit flashes).
M
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Press and hold down the or key, to quickly
scroll through the value of the parameter.
The final setting is made by short presses
on these keys. If the value is negative, the LED
between the two displays lights up.
1x
M
The new value of 04 is stored.
Press or to select a new parameter to
modify.
1x
M
Return to the initial drive status.
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4.3.3 - Access to level 2
Action
Display
Comment
Power-up
Drive locked
M
Access to parameter-setting mode
Parameter 01 is displayed flashing.
M
Selection of parameter 10.
The displayed value L1 corresponds to level 1
parameter-setting access.
M
Access to modification of the parameter.
(If it is a non-numeric value, the whole of the
value flashes in the right-hand
display).
M
Selection of level 2.
1x
M
Level 2 is stored.
Access to parameters 01 to 50 is authorised.
(Press or to select a new parameter
if necessary).
1x
M
Return to the initial drive status.
1x
1x
1x
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4.4 - Negative logic configuration
Action
Comment
Display
Power-up
Drive locked
1x
1x
1x
2x
M
Access to parameter-setting mode
Parameter 01 is displayed flashing.
M
Selection of parameter 34.
CAUTION :
It is not possible to access parameter 34
until 10 has been set to L2
(see procedure in section 4.3.3).
M
Access to the modification of the parameter.
The value " On " flashes.
M
Selection of negative logic.
M
Return to the initial drive status.
Do not lock the drive (terminal 9 must remain
open).
1 second
M
50
Confirm negative logic modification.
The drive can now be unlocked (terminal 9
closed).
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4.5 - Return to factory settings (with or without preset configuration)
• Before returning to factory settings, check that this will not affect the safety of
the system.
Action
Display
Comment
Power-up
Drive locked
1x
1x
1x
M
Access to parameter-setting mode
Parameter 01 is displayed flashing.
M
Selection of parameter 29.
CAUTION:
It is not possible to access parameter 29
until 10 has been set to L2
(see procedure in section 4.3.3).
M
Access to modification of the parameter.
M
Selection of factory setting for 50Hz mains supply.
OR
2x
OR
Selection of factory setting for 60Hz mains supply.
M
OR
3x
OR
Selection of factory setting for 50Hz mains supply.
with "brake control" configuration.
M
OR
4x
M
OR
Selection of factory setting for 60Hz mains supply.
with "brake control" configuration.
1x
M
The value has been modified
(eg.: 50Hz mains supply).
1x
M
Return to the initial drive status.
1 second
M
Confirm the chosen configuration.
Return to parameter 01. The value of parameter
10 is automatically set to L1 (access to level 1).
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4.6 - Using a security code
4.6.1 - Locking the settings using a security code.
Action
Display
Comment
Power-up
Drive locked
1x
1x
5x
1x
1x
1x
M
Access to parameter-setting mode
Parameter 01 is displayed flashing.
M
Selection of parameter 25.
CAUTION:
It is not possible to access parameter 25
until 10 has been set to L2
(see procedure in section 4.3.3).
M
M
Enter the security code.
For example code 5.
CAUTION:
Code 0 is not permitted.
M
The security code is taken into account.
Parameter 25 returns to 0.
M
Return to parameter 10 to store the
security code.
M
Access to parameter setting of 10.
M
Select the value " LoC ".
1x
M
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Access to modification of the parameter.
1x
M
1x
M
The security code is stored. Parameter
10 automatically returns to value L1.
Parameters 01 to 10 can only be accessed
in read mode. To access the other parameters
(in read mode only), 10 must be set to L2.
Return to the initial drive status.
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4.6.2 - Access to parameter setting using a security code
Action
Display
Comment
Power-up
Drive locked
1x
M
Access to parameter-setting mode
Parameter 01 is displayed flashing.
Select the parameter to be modified. For
example, parameter 01.
1x
M
The message " CodE " flashes on the right-hand
indicator.
Access to parameter-setting mode is blocked.
1x
M
The left-hand indicator displays " CO " to remind
the user that this phase corresponds to setting
the code.
5x
M
Display the security code using the
or . keys (for example, code 5).
• Correct code :
1x
1x
9x
1x
2x
M
• Incorrect code :
The value of the parameter can now be modified.
Parameter-setting mode is now accessible for all
parameters
CAUTION:
If the code is incorrect, restart the procedure
M
Modification of the parameter.
M
If necessary, select a new parameter to be
modified. When the modifications have been
completed, setting the drive parameters must
again be blocked.
M
Select parameter 10.
M
Its value is " L1 " or " L 2 " (depending on which
parameters have been modified previously).
For example : 10 = L1.
M
Select the value " LoC " to reactivate the
security code.
1x
M
The security code is stored. Parameter
10 automatically returns to value L1.
1x
M
Parameters 01 to 10 can only be accessed
in read mode. To access the other parameters
(read mode only), parameter 10 must be set
to L2.
1x
M
Return to the initial drive status.
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4.6.3 - Deleting a security code
Action
Display
Comment
Power-up
Drive locked
1x
M
The parameters can only be accessed in read
mode.
M
Selection of parameter 25.
CAUTION:
It is not possible to access parameter 25
until 10 has been set to L2 (see procedure in
section 4.4.3)
Enter the security code (see procedure in
section 4.6.2).
Parameter setting can now be accessed.
3x
1x
1x
M
M
Selection of parameter 10.
M
Its value is always L2.
M
Select the value " LoC " to enable the procedure
for deleting the security code.
1x
M
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Deletion of security code.
(Each time the key is pressed, the displays
change state).
1x
M
1x
M
The security code is deleted. Parameter 10
automatically returns to value L1.
Parameters 01 to 10 can be accessed.
To access the other parameters, 10 must be
set to L2.
Return to the initial drive status.
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4.7 - Commissioning the drive using
level 1
• The drives use software which is
adjusted by parameters.
• The performance levels obtained
depend on the parameter setting.
• Incorrect settings may have
serious consequences.
• The drives should only be
programmed
by
the
appropriate
qualified personnel.
4.7.1 - Power-up
• Before powering up the drive,
check that the power connections
and motor connection are correct, and
that any moving parts are mechanically
protected.
• Users of the drive should take
particular care to avoid starting it
accidentally.
4.7.2 - Setting the essential parameters - level 1
• The level 1 parameters must be set before giving a start command.
• The parameter values affect protection of the motor and the safety of the system.
• Parameters concerning the motor must be set using the information given on the
nameplate of the motor used (a minimum accuracy of 10% is necessary in order to
obtain good performance levels).
4.7.2.1 - List of parameters 0 to 1 0 :
Glossary:
R - W: Read-write parameter.
RO: Read-only parameter.
Isn: Rated output current of the drive.
CAUTION:
The factory settings are given for a 50 Hz mains supply
Parameter
Name
01
02
03
04
Minimum limit
Maximum limit
Acceleration ramp 1
Deceleration ramp 1
05
Reference selection
06
07
08
09
Motor rated current
Motor rated speed (at full load)
Motor rated voltage
Power factor (cos ϕ)
Level 2 access and storage of
security code
10
Type
Adjustment range
Factory
setting
R-W
0 to 0 2
0
R-W
0 to 1000.0 Hz
50.0 Hz
R - W 0 to 3200.0s/100 Hz 5.0s/100 Hz
R - W 0 to 3200.0s/100 Hz 10.0s/100 Hz
A1.Pr, A2.Pr,
R - W A1.A2,Pr,
A1.A2
PAd
0 to Isn
Isn
R-W
R-W
0 to 9999 min-1
1500 min-1
R - W 0 to 240V or 0 to 480V 230V or 400V
R-W
0 to 1.00
0.85
R-W
L1, L2, Loc
L1
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4.7.2.2 - Explanation of the parameters
01
: Minimum limit
Adjustment range : 0 to 0 2
Factory setting
:0
This parameter defines the minimum
frequency.
CAUTION:
• This parameter is inactive during jog
operation.
• If the value of 0 2 is lower than that of
0 1 , the value of 0 1 is automatically
changed to the new value of 0 2 .
02
: Maximum limit
Adjustment range : 0 to 1000.0 Hz
Factory setting
: Eur = 50.0 Hz
USA = 60.0 Hz
This parameter defines the maximum
frequency in both directions of rotation.
CAUTION:
Slip compensation and the current limit
may give a slightly higher output
frequency.
03
: Acceleration ramp 1
Adjustment range : 0 to 3200.0s/100Hz
Factory setting
: 5.0s/100Hz
Adjustment of the time to accelerate from 0
to 100 Hz.
03 =
t x 100Hz
(F2-F1)Hz
F (Hz)
100 Hz
F2
F1
0
t
Value 03
56
t (s)
Example:
The application requires acceleration from
20Hz to 50Hz in 1.5 seconds.
The value to be set in 0 3 is therefore:
1.5s x 100Hz
03 =
=5
(50-20)Hz
CAUTION:
In cases where 0 3 = 0, a minimum ramp
of 0.1s/100 Hz is still active.
04
: Deceleration ramp 1
Adjustment range : 0 to 3200.0 s/100Hz
Factory setting
: 10.0 s/100Hz
Adjustment of the time to decelerate from
100 Hz to 0.
t x 100Hz
04 =
(F2-F1)Hz
F (Hz)
100 Hz
F2
F1
0
t
t (s)
Value 04
Example:
The application requires deceleration from
50Hz to 20Hz in 3 seconds.
The value to be set in 0 4 is therefore:
3s x 100Hz
04 =
= 10
(50-20)Hz
CAUTION:
• If 3 0 = 1 or 2, the deceleration ramp
may be modified by the drive
automatically.
(See explanation of parameter 3 0 in
section 4.8).
• In cases where 0 4 = 0, a minimum
ramp of 0.1s/100 Hz is still active.
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05
: Selection of references
Adjustment range : A1.A2, A1.Pr, A2.Pr,
Pr, Pad
Factory setting
: Eur = A1.A2
USA = Pad
A1.A2: Selection of analogue reference
1 (A1) or 2 (A2), and jog operation, via
logic inputs.
A1.Pr: selection of analogue reference 1
(A1) or 3 preset frequencies, via logic
inputs.
A2.Pr: selection of analogue reference 2
(A2) or 3 preset frequencies, via logic
inputs.
Pr: selection of the preset frequencies via
logic inputs.
Pad: keypad reference.
(See the control circuit diagrams in
sections 3.6.4.1 to 3.6.4.5).
06
: Motor rated current
Adjustment range : 0 to Isn (A)
(drive rated current)
Factory setting
: Isn
This is the value of the motor rated current
indicated on the nameplate. Above this
value the motor is overloaded.
07
:Motor rated speed
(at full load)
Adjustment range : 0 to 9999 min-1
Factory setting
: Eur = 1500 min-1
USA = 1800 min-1
This is the on-load speed of the motor
indicated on the nameplate.
CAUTION:
In the case of applications with high
inertia (eg: ventilation) overvoltages can
occur on the DC bus. In this case, set 0 7
to 0.
08
: Motor rated voltage
Adjustment range : M/TL = 0 to 240 V
T = 0 to 480V
Factory setting
: M/TL = 230V
T = Eur: 400V
USA: 460V
Defines the voltage/frequency ratio as
follows:
Output voltage
08
08
2
Output
39
2
39
frequency
09
: Power factor
(Cos ϕ )
Adjustment range : 0 to 1.00
Factory setting
: 0.85
The
power
factor
is
measured
automatically during an autocalibration
phase in level 2 (see 3 8 ) and set in this
parameter. If it has not been possible to
carry out the autocalibration procedure,
enter the Cos ϕ value indicated on the
motor nameplate.
10
: Level 2 access and
storage of security code
Adjustment range : L1, L2, Loc
Factory setting
: L1
L1: Level 1 access. Only parameters 0 1
to 1 0 can be accessed via the keypad.
L2: Level 2 access. Parameters 0 1 to 5 4
can be accessed via the keypad.
Loc: Used to store or reactivate a security
code (see the procedure in section 4.6).
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4.7.3 - Starting the motor
4.7.3.1 - Control from the terminal block
- Voltage reference (A1)
- Check the power (sections 3.6.1 to 3.6.3)
and control (section 3.6.4.1: factory setting)
circuit connections.
- To avoid accidental starting of the motor
on power-up, check that the contacts of
terminals 10 and 11 are open.
- Set the potentiometer to minimum, and
leave terminals 12 and 13 open in order to
select the voltage reference (A1).
- Switch on: The left-hand display indicates
"ih".
- Check that the motor parameters have
been filled in according to the table in
section 4.7.2.1.
- Then for the autocalibration phase, there
are 2 possible scenarios: if this is the first
time the drive has been commissioned,
follow item 1), if not follow item 2).
1) On initial commissioning, the drive will
automatically
perform
autocalibration
without rotation (measurement of the stator
resistance and the motor voltage offset,
required for the drive/motor to operate
correctly).
- Close the drive unlock contact (terminal
9). The left-hand display indicates "rd".
- Give a jog command (close then open
terminal 10 or 11). The left-hand display
indicates "Fr" and the right-hand one briefly
indicates "Auto" then "tunE", which
indicates that the drive is performing
autocalibration without motor rotation. The
right-hand display then reverts to "0.0".
However, in certain cases, in order to
obtain optimum performance, it is possible
to perform autocalibration with rotation, if
the application allows.
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To perform this type of autocalibration,
follow item 2).
2) Select level 2 of parameter setting, by
setting 1 0 = L2.
- Set 3 8 = 1 to select autocalibration
without rotation, or 3 8 = 2 for
autocalibration with rotation.
• For autocalibration with rotation,
measurement must be performed
with the motor uncoupled as the
drive drives the motor at 2/3 of its rated
speed.
• Ensure that this operation does
not pose any risk to safety.
- Close the drive unlock contact (terminal
9). The left-hand display indicates "rd".
- Give a jog command (close then open
terminal 11 or 12).
When autocalibration with rotation has
been selected, the motor performs one
FWD rotation, then stops.
During autocalibration (with or without
rotation), the right-hand display indicates
"Auto" and "tunE" alternately. The righthand display then reverts to "0.0".
- Once the autocalibration phase is
complete, continue with commissioning as
below.
- Select a run command and close the
corresponding contact (terminal 10 or 11).
- Increase the reference using the
potentiometer, until the motor has reached
the required speed.
The left-hand display indicates "Fr", and the
right-hand display indicates the output
frequency in Hz.
- Open the run command contact (terminal
10 or 11 depending on the choice made
previously). The motor slows down and
stops. The left-hand display indicates "rd"
when the motor is stopped.
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Variable speed drive
CAUTION:
• If the FWD/Stop and REV/Stop
terminals are closed simultaneously,
the motor will stop according to the
selected ramp and stop mode.
• If jog operation is selected while the
drive is controlled via the analogue
voltage or current input, the motor will
accelerate or decelerate according to
the ramps set in 0 3 or 0 4 to the
programmed jogging speed. When this
speed is reached, the ramps become
those for jog operation, ie. 0.2 s.
4.7.3.2 - Control from the keypad
- Check the power (sections 3.6.1 to 3.6.3)
and control (section 3.6.4.5) circuit
connections.
- Switch on the drive: The left-hand display
indicates "ih".
- Check that the motor parameters have
been filled in according to the table in
section 4.7.2.1.
- This operating mode requires the
modification of the factory setting of
parameter 0 5 .
- Follow the procedure below:
Action
M
Display
01
05
4x
M
05
05
4x
M
05
M
ih
- Close the drive unlock contact (terminal
9). The left-hand display indicates "rd".
- Give a run command using the
key.
The display indicates "Fr".
- Press the
key to increase the motor
speed, either holding the key down to
increase it quickly or using successive
single presses for more accurate setting of
the required motor speed.
- Set 2 6 to On, then press the
key to
reverse the direction of rotation.
- Reduce the motor speed using the
key until it has completely stopped and/or
give a stop command using the
key.
The left-hand display indicates "rd".
Comment
Access to
0.0 Parametersetting mode
of
A1.A2 Selection
parameter 0 5
Access to
A1.A2 parameter
modification
Selection
of
PAd keypad mode
of the
PAd Storage
new value
to initial
0.0 Return
status
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4.8 - Setting the level 2 parameters
4.8.1 - List of parameters 1 1 to 5 0
Glossary:
R - W: Read-write parameter.
RO: Read-only parameter.
CAUTION: The factory settings are given for a 50 Hz mains supply
Parameter
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
Preset frequency 1
Preset frequency 2
Preset frequency 3
Preset frequency 4
Jog operation frequency
Selection of the type of signal for
analogue input 2 (A2)
Selection of bi-directional mode
Fault - 1
Fault - 2
Fault - 3
Fault - 4
Selection of load display
Unit for displaying speed
Customer-defined unit scaling
Security code
Enable FWD/REV key on the
keypad
Keypad reference on
power-up
28
Copy parameters
29
Return to factory settings and brake
control
Deceleration mode
Stop mode
Selection of dynamic U/f ratio
Selection of flying restart
Control logic polarity
Management of logic commands
Assignment of the analogue output
Switching frequency
Selection of autocalibration
Motor rated frequency
Number of motor poles
Serial link mode
Serial link transmission speed
Serial link address
Software version
Station address
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
60
Name
Type
Adjustment range
Factory
R-W
R-W
R-W
R-W
R-W
±1000.0 Hz
±1000.0 Hz
±1000.0 Hz
±1000.0 Hz
0 to 400.0 Hz
0-20, 20-0, 4-20,
20-4, 4-.20, 20-.4 (mA)
OFF or On
0 to 189 (see section
0 to 189 (see section
0 to 189 (see section
0 to 189 (see section
Ld, A
Fr, SP, Cd
0 to 99.99
0 to 9999
OFF or On
0
0
0
0
1.5 Hz
R-W
R-W
RO
RO
RO
RO
R-W
R-W
R-W
R-W
R-W
4-.20 mA
OFF
Ld
Fr
1.00
0
OFF
R-W
0, LASt, PrS1
0
R-W
no, rEAD, Prog, Auto,
boot
no, Eur, USA, br.Eu,
br.US
0 to 2
0 to 3
OFF or On
0 to 3
OFF or On
0 to 3
Fr, Ld, AdV
3, 6, 12 kHz
0 to 2
0 to 1000.0 Hz
Auto, 2P, 4P, 6P, 8P
AnSI, Ct, FbUS
2.4 - 4.8 - 9.6 - 19.2
0 to 24.7
1.00 to 99.99
0 to 255
no
R-W
R-W
R-W
R-W
R-W
R-W
R-W
R-W
R-W
R-W
R-W
R-W
R-W
R-W
R-W
RO
R-W
no
1
1
OFF
0
On
0
Fr
6 kHz
0
50.0 Hz
Auto
AnSI
4.8
1.1
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Parameter
Name
Type
Adjustment range
Factory
46
Fieldbus transmission speed
R-W
0 to 9
0
47
48
Fieldbus diagnostics
Control mode
R-W
R-W
49
Boost
R-W
± 9999
0 to 3
0 to 25.0% of motor
Un
0
3 then 1
3.0% motor
Un
50
Assignment of terminal 13 to
PTC sensors
R-W
On, OFF
OFF
4.8.2 - Explanation of parameters 1 1 to
50
11
: Preset frequency 1
Adjustment range : ±1000.0 Hz
Factory setting
:0
Used to define preset frequency FP1.
For negative frequencies, see parameter
17.
12
: Preset frequency 2
Adjustment range : ±1000.0 Hz
Factory setting
:0
Used to define preset frequency FP2.
For negative frequencies, see parameter
17.
13
: Preset frequency 3
Adjustment range : ±1000.0 Hz
Factory setting
:0
Used to define preset frequency FP3.
For negative frequencies, see parameter
17.
14
: Preset frequency 4
Adjustment range : ±1000.0 Hz
Factory setting
:0
Used to define preset frequency FP4.
For negative frequencies, see parameter
17.
15
: Jog operation frequency
Adjustment range : 0 to 400.0 Hz
Factory setting
: 1.5 Hz
Used to define the operating frequency of
the jog operation input.
To enable jog operation, close terminal 13
"Jogging" and give a Run forward
command via terminal 10 or Run reverse
command via terminal 11.
(See the diagram in section 3.6.4.1).
16
: Selection of the type of
signal on analogue input 2
(A2)
Adjustment range : 0-20, 20-0, 4-20, 20-4,
4-.20, 20-.4
Factory setting
: 4-.20
Used to define the type of signal on the
analogue current input:
0-20: 0-20 mA.
20-0: 20-0 mA.
4-20: 4-20 mA (with detection of signal
break ≤ 3 mA).
20-4: 20-4 mA (with detection of signal
break ≤ 3 mA).
4-.20 : 4-20 mA (without detection of
signal break).
20-.4: 20-.4 mA (without detection of signal
break).
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17
: Selection of bi-directional
mode
Adjustment range : OFF or On
Factory setting
: OFF
OFF: all negative references are treated
as zero.
On: used for changing the direction of
rotation by the reference polarity. May be
determined by the preset frequencies or the
keypad reference.
CAUTION :
1 7 has no effect on analogue inputs.
Note: If using the PM10V option (±10V
Analogue Input option), the value of this
parameter is irrelevant.
18
: Fault - 1
Adjustment range : 0 to 199
Indicates the most recent fault.
19
: Fault - 2
Adjustment range : 0 to 199
Indicates the second fault.
20
: Fault - 3
Adjustment range : 0 to 199
Indicates the third fault.
21
Fault - 4
Adjustment range : 0 to 199
Indicates the fourth fault.
22
: Selection of the load display
Adjustment range : Ld, A
Factory setting
: Ld
This parameter is used to obtain an
indication of the load or the total current on
the display.
Ld: displays the drive load level.
A: displays the total motor current.
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CAUTION:
During operation, pressing the M key
for 2 seconds changes from the speed
reading (Fr, SP, Cd) to the load reading
(Ld, A) and vice versa. The selected
display is stored when the drive is
powered down, and will therefore be
identical at the next power-up.
23
: Unit for displaying the speed
Adjustment range : Fr, SP, Cd
Factory setting
: Fr
Fr: Output frequency expressed in Hz.
SP: Motor speed expressed in min-1.
Cd: Customer unit defined using a
coefficient determined in parameter 2 4
as follows:
Cd = motor speed in min-1 x parameter 2 4 .
CAUTION:
During operation, pressing the M key
for 2 seconds changes from the speed
reading (Fr, SP, Cd) to the load reading
(Ld, A) and vice versa. The selected
display is stored when the drive is
powered down, and will therefore be
identical at the next power-up.
24
: Customer-defined unit scaling
Adjustment range : 0 to 99.99
Factory setting
: 1.00
This is a multiplication coefficient applied to
the motor speed in min-1, for expressing the
speed in a unit defined by the user (see
2 3 ).
Example:
- to obtain a reading in m/min on the drive
display
- application: conveyor belt on which
products are moving 200 mm per motor
revolution
- set 2 4 = 0.2
- this gives, for a motor speed of 1500 min-1:
23
Cd
Display
Unit
m/min
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25
: Security code
Adjustment range : 0 to 9999
Factory setting
:0
This is used for entering a security code
preventing access to parameter-setting
mode. See parameter 1 0 .
The personal code can only be read when
it is being entered.
Do not use code 0.
To access a parameter, enter the personal
code in the parameter, when the drive
indicates "CodE" on the display.
26
: Enable the FWD/REV key
on the keypad
Adjustment range : OFF or On
Factory setting
: OFF
OFF: FWD/REV key disabled.
On: enables the FWD/REV key on the
keypad.
27
: Keypad reference on
power-up
Adjustment range : 0, LASt, PrS1
Factory setting
:0
5 : PAd) is used to select
In keypad mode (5
the speed reference value on power-up.
0 : the reference is zero.
LASt: the reference corresponds to the last
value selected when the drive was powered
down.
PrS1: the reference corresponds to the
value of preset frequency 1.
28
: Copy parameters
Adjustment range : no, rEAD, Prog, Auto,
boot
Factory setting
: no
no: no communication with the copy
key.
rEAD: transfers the parameters stored in
the copy key to the drive. To enable this
transfer, the drive must be locked, unlocked
or faulty and the user should reset the drive
(
key).
When the data has been transferred,
parameter 2 8 returns to value "no".
Prog: transfers the drive parameters to the
copy key. To enable this transfer, reset the
drive (
key). When the data has been
transferred, parameter 2 8 returns to value
"no".
Auto: transfers the drive parameters to the
copy key.
Any modification of a parameter is then
automatically saved to the copy key.
boot: if, on power-up, a key is present and
2 8 has been saved as boot in the key, the
key
parameters
are
automatically
transferred and stored in the drive memory.
Any modification of a parameter is then
automatically saved to the copy key.
• When installing or uninstalling
the copy key, switch off the drive.
CAUTION:
•
When
parameters
are
being
transferred to the copy key, parameter
2 8 should be stored as follows:
- if 2 8 = no, rEAd, Prog in the drive,
parameter 2 8 should be set to
" no " in the key
- if 2 8 = Auto or boot in the drive,
parameter 2 8 should be set to
"Auto" or "boot" in the key. Thus, if a
drive is powered up with a copy key, in
which 2 8 is stored as "boot", all the
parameters in memory in the key will be
instantly transferred to the DIGIDRIVE.
• The copy key can be used on drives of
different ratings, but the parameters
described below will not be copied, and
the drive will go into fault mode "C.rtg".
Press the
key and check the
following parameters:
0 6 : Motor rated current.
0 8 : Motor rated voltage.
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29
: Return to factory settings
and brake control
Adjustment range : no, Eur, USA, br.Eu,
br.US
Factory setting
: no
CAUTION:
Lock the drive before changing 2 9 .
no: Return to factory settings is not
performed.
Eur: Configures the drive to factory settings
for 50Hz mains supply.
USA: Configures the drive to factory
settings for 60Hz mains supply.
br.Eu: Configures the drive to factory
settings for 50Hz mains supply with "brake
control" configuration (provides access to
parameters 5 1 to 5 4 , see section 4.9).
br.US: Configures the drive to factory
settings for 60Hz mains supply with "brake
control" configuration (provides access to
parameters 5 1 to 5 4 , see section 4.9).
After modifying 2 9 , press the Reset
key
. The display returns to 0 1 , and
parameter 1 0 reverts to "L1".
30
: Deceleration mode
Adjustment range : 0 to 2
Factory setting
:1
0: Standard deceleration ramp. If the
deceleration ramp which has been set is
too fast in relation to the inertia of the load,
the DC bus voltage exceeds its maximum
value and the drive switches to overvoltage
fault "OU".
1 : Standard deceleration ramp with
automatic extension of the ramp time in
order to avoid causing a DC bus
overvoltage fault on the drive.
2 : The drive allows the motor voltage to be
increased to 1.2 times the rated voltage set
in 0 8 (motor rated voltage), to avoid
reaching the maximum DC bus voltage
threshold.
However, if this is not adequate, the
standard deceleration ramp time is
extended, to avoid causing a DC bus
overvoltage fault on the drive.
Mode 2 offers faster deceleration than
mode 1, for the same amount of energy,
assuming that the motor can withstand the
losses.
• If a braking resistor is connected
to the drive, it is essential to set
parameter 3 0 = 0.
31
: Stop mode
Adjustment range : 0 to 3
Factory setting
:1
CAUTION:
During operation, opening the unlock
terminal (terminal 9), causes the motor
to stop in free wheel mode, regardless
of the value of 3 1 .
0: freewheel stop.
The power bridge is deactivated as soon as
the stop command is given.
The drive cannot receive another run
command
for
2s,
the
motor
demagnetisation time.
The display indicates "rd" 2s after the stop
command. The machine stopping time
depends on its inertia.
Motor
speed
Stop
64
t
Freewheel stop time
Time
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1: stop on deceleration ramp.
The drive decelerates the motor
according to the deceleration mode
chosen in parameter 3 0 .
One second after the stop, the display
indicates "rd".
Motor
speed
3: stop by DC injection braking, and
elimination at zero speed.
The drive decelerates the motor by setting
a low frequency current resulting in almost
zero speed, which the drive detects
automatically.
The drive then injects DC current for 1
second. The drive then displays "rd". No
run command can be taken into account
until rd is displayed.
Motor
speed
Stop
Deceleration
ramp
t
1sec
rd
Time
2: stop on deceleration ramp with DC
injection for 1s.
The drive decelerates the motor according
to the deceleration mode chosen in
parameter 3 0 .
When zero frequency is reached, the drive
injects DC current for 1 second.
The drive then displays "rd ".
t
Stop
Time
Braked stop
Motor
current
1 sec.
Motor
speed
rd
Motor
current
Motor
current
t
Stop
Deceleration
ramp
Time
DC injection
Motor current
1 second
rd
Low frequency
current injection
DC
injection
32
: Selection of dynamic U/f
ratio
Adjustment range : OFF or On
Factory setting
: OFF
OFF: the U/F ratio is fixed and set by the
3 9 ).
base frequency (3
On: dynamic U/F ratio.
Generates a voltage/frequency characteristic
which varies with the load. It is for use in
quadratic torque applications (pumps/fans/
compressors). It can be used in constant
torque applications with low dynamics to
reduce motor noise.
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33
: Selection of flying restart
Adjustment range : 0 to 3
Factory setting
:0
3 3 = 1 to 3),
If this parameter is enabled (3
when there is a run command or after a
mains supply break, the drive executes a
procedure to calculate the motor frequency
and direction of rotation. It will automatically
recalibrate the output frequency to the
measured value and reaccelerate the
motor up to the reference frequency.
0 : disable flying restart on a motor
which is rotating.
1: enable flying restart on a motor rotating
clockwise or anti-clockwise.
2: enable flying restart on a motor rotating
clockwise only.
3: enable flying restart on a motor rotating
anti-clockwise only.
CAUTION:
If the drive control mode corresponds to
"Voltage-frequency ratio"
4 8 = 2), and if a flying restart is
(4
required, autocalibration should be
performed (see 3 8 ) before configuring
the drive in voltage-frequency mode.
• If the load is stationary at the
time of the run command or when
the mains supply returns, this
operation may cause the machine to
rotate in both directions before the
motor accelerates.
• Before enabling this function,
check that there is no danger to
equipment and personnel.
34
: Control logic polarity
Adjustment range : OFF or On
Factory setting
: On
OFF: negative logic, the input is activated
when the terminal is at low level (< 9.5 V).
On: positive logic, the input is activated
when the terminal is at high level
(> 10.5 V).
After the control logic has been changed,
confirm by pressing the
key for 1
second (the drive should be locked and the
"run" terminals should be open).
35
: Management of logic commands
Adjustment range : 0 to 3
Factory setting
:0
This parameter is used to modify the function of terminals 9, 10 and 11.
35
0
1
2
3
Default setting according to the state of 3 5
Terminal 9
Terminal 10
Terminal 11
Unlock
Stop
Unlock
Stop
36
FWD
FWD
Run
Run
: Assignment of the analogue
output
Adjustment range : Fr, Ld, AdV
Factory setting
: Fr
This parameter is used to modify the
analogue output source, as follows:
Fr: Motor frequency
Eg: 0V --> 0Hz, 10V --> 0 2 .
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REV
REV
Reverse direction
Reverse direction
Enable parameter
setting of 3 5
Press
(drive
locked or subject to
Stop command)
Ld: Motor active current.
I active
x 10
1.5 x I nom. var.
Eg: 0V --> 0% Isn, 10V --> 150% Isn.
AdV: User parameters set via serial link.
(See section 7.5.2 or 7.5.3).
Press
for 1 second to confirm the
setting.
Output voltage =
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: Switching frequency
Adjustment range : 3 Hz
6 kHz
12 kHz
Factory setting
: 6 kHz
Sets the PWM switching frequency.
CAUTION:
• If the temperature of the heatsink or the
IGBTs is too high, the drive
automatically reduces the switching
frequency.
• A high switching frequency reduces
the magnetic noise, however it
increases the motor temperature rise
and the level of radio frequency
interference emission, and reduces the
starting torque.
38
: Selection of autocalibration
Adjustment range : 0 to 2
Factory setting
:0
0: no autocalibration
1:
measurement
of
the
motor
characteristics
at
standstill
(stator
resistance and voltage offset).
Procedure:
- Check that the motor parameters have
been programmed (see section 4.7.2).
- Unlock the drive (close terminal 9).
- Give a jog command (close then open
terminal 11 or 12). The right-hand display
indicates "Auto" and "tunE" alternately.
0 . 0 ".
Wait for the display to stabilise on "0
The motor is then ready to operate
normally.
Parameter 3 8 returns to 0 as soon as
autocalibration has been completed.
CAUTION:
This autocalibration is performed
automatically even though 3 8 = 0, in the
following cases:
- initial commissioning of the drive
- return to factory settings, after the
drive has been unlocked (terminal 9
closed) and a run command given.
2:
measurement
of
the
motor
characteristics during rotation (stator
resistance, voltage offset, magnetising
current, leakage inductance and power
factor). This mode gives optimum
performance levels.
Procedure:
- Check that the motor parameters have
been programmed (see section 4.7.2).
- Unlock the drive (close terminal 9).
- Give a jog command (close then open
terminal 11 or 12).
The motor performs one FWD rotation
(even if a REV command has been given),
then stops. During autocalibration, the
right-hand display indicates "Auto" and
"tunE" alternately. Wait for the display to
0 . 0 ". The motor is then ready
stabilise on "0
to operate normally.
Parameter 3 8 returns to 0 as soon as
autocalibration has been completed.
• Measurements taken when 3 8 = 2
must be performed with the motor
uncoupled as the drive drives the
motor at 2/3 its rated speed.
Check that this operation does not
present any safety risks, and ensure
that the motor is stopped before the
autocalibration procedure.
• After modifying the motor
parameters, repeat autocalibration.
39
: Motor rated frequency
Adjustment range : 0 to 1000.0 Hz
Factory setting
: Eur = 50.0 Hz
USA = 60.0 Hz
This is the point at which motor operation
changes from constant torque to constant
power.
During standard operation, it is the
frequency indicated on the motor
nameplate.
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: Number of motor poles
Adjustment range : Auto, 2P, 4P, 6P, 8P
Factory setting
: Auto
Auto: the drive automatically calculates
the number of poles according to the
0 7 ) and the rated
rated speed (0
3 9 ).
frequency (3
2P: 2-pole motor (3000 min-1).
4P: 4-pole motor (1500 min-1).
6P: 6-pole motor (1000 min-1).
8P: 8-pole motor (750 min-1).
41
: Serial link mode
Adjustment range : AnSI, rtu, FbuS
Factory setting
: AnSI
This is the operating mode for the serial
port.
AnSI: 2-wire "half duplex" serial link
ANSI protocol.
rtu: Modbus RTU protocol.
FbUS: used when a fieldbus interface is
installed. 4 2 "Transmission speed" is then
automatically set at 19200 bauds.
42
: Transmission speed via
serial link
Adjustment range : 2.4 - 4.8 - 9.6 - 19.2
Factory setting
: 4.8
Used to select the data transfer speed.
2.4: 2400 bauds.
4.8 : 4800 bauds.
9.6: 9600 bauds.
19.2: 19200 bauds.
43
: Serial link address
Adjustment range : 0 to 24.7
Factory setting
: 1.1
Used for ANSI communication to define the
drive address. Any value containing a zero
should be avoided as these values are
used to address groups of drives.
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44
: Software version
Adjustment range : 1.00 to 99.99
Indicates the first 2 numbers of the software
version installed in the drive.
45
: Station address
Adjustment range : 0 to 255
Factory setting
:0
When a fieldbus (DIGIDRIVE option) is
being used, set the station address.
46
: Fieldbus transmission
speed
Adjustment range : 0 to 9
Factory setting
:0
When a fieldbus (DIGIDRIVE option) is
being used, set the fieldbus transmission
speed.
47
: Fieldbus diagnostics
Adjustment range : ± 9999
Factory setting
:0
When a fieldbus (DIGIDRIVE option) is
being used, set the fieldbus diagnostics.
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: Control mode
Adjustment range : 0 to 3
Factory setting
: 3 then 1
Modes 0, 1 or 3 are used in flux vector
control mode. Mode 2 corresponds to U/f
control with a fixed boost.
CAUTION:
• For modification of this parameter to
be taken into account, the drive must be
locked or faulty.
0 : Open loop flux vector mode with
autocalibration without rotation.
The stator resistance and voltage offset are
measured each time the drive receives a
run command. If the autocalibration
procedure fails, see parameter 3 8
"Selection of autocalibration".
These measurements are only valid if the
motor is stopped, and totally defluxed. No
measurement is taken if the run command
is given less than 2 seconds after the
previous stop (the resistance and offset
values for the previous measurement are
then taken into account).
This is the most effective flux vector control
mode. However, the operating cycle should
be compatible with the 2 seconds required
between a stop command and a new run
command.
1 : Open loop flux vector mode without
autocalibration.
The stator resistance and voltage offset
are not measured.
This mode is of course the least
effective: it should only be used when
mode 0 is incompatible with the
operating cycle. If necessary, during
commissioning, autocalibration should
3 8 = 1 for autocalibration
be performed (3
without rotation or 3 8
= 2 for
autocalibration with rotation).
2 : Voltage-frequency ratio with adjustable
fixed boost
The boost can be adjusted at parameter
49.
CAUTION:
• Use this mode to control several
motors.
• If the application requires a flying
restart (see 3 3 ), perform autocalibration
(see 3 8 ), before modifying the control
mode 4 8 = 2 (if not, the drive may trip on
an "OU" or "OIAC") fault.
Motor
voltage
08
08
08/2
08
49
49
Boost
39/2
39
39
39
Motor
frequency
3 : Open loop flux vector mode with
autocalibration without rotation on
initial starting.
The stator resistance and voltage offset
are measured the first time the drive
receives a run command, or after a
return to factory settings. Then, 4 8
automatically reverts to 1.
If the autocalibration procedure fails,
see parameter 3 8
"Selection of
autocalibration".
49
: Boost
Adjustment range : 0 to 25.0% of motor Un
Factory setting
: 3.0% motor Un
4 8 set at 2),
For operation in U/f mode (4
parameter 4 9 is used to overflux the motor
at low speed so that it delivers more torque
on starting. It is a percentage of the rated
motor voltage (Un).
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50
: Assignment of terminal 13 to
management of the PTC
sensors
Adjustment range : On, OFF
Factory setting
: OFF
OFF: terminal 13 is configured as a logic
input, in accordance with the setting of
parameter 05 "reference selection".
On: terminal 13 is configured to manage
the motor sensor.
After modifying the parameter, press the
Reset key
.
4.9 - Factory settings for 60Hz mains
supply
The DIGIDRIVE offers the option of
configuring the factory settings for a 50Hz
or 60Hz mains supply (procedure
described in section 4.5).
The parameters modified after returning to
2 9 = USA or
the 60Hz factory settings (2
br.US), and their values are described in
the following table.
Parameter
(0V) 4
Motor
sensors
13
Drive fault threshold = resistance ≥ 3 kΩ
(the drive is no longer faulty when the
threshold reaches 1.8 kΩ).
02
05
07
08
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CAUTION:
• Regardless of which control logic is
selected (positive or negative), connect
the sensor to terminal 13 and terminal 1
or 4 (0V).
• The PTO sensor can also be used.
• For modification of this parameter to
be taken into account, the drive must be
locked or faulty.
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Name
Maximum
frequency limit
Frequency
reference
Rated motor
speed
Rated motor
voltage
Rated
frequency
60Hz
factory
setting
60Hz
PAd
1800 min-1
230V or
460V
60Hz
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4.10 - "Brake control" preset
configuration
4.10.1 - Introduction
The DIGIDRIVE factory configuration is
usually suitable for the type of operation
required by the installation. However, in
order to simplify drive parameter setting in
the case of operation with brake, a preset
configuration can be selected by setting 2 9
to "br.Eu" (for 50Hz mains) or "br.US" (for
60Hz mains), then pressing the
"Reset" key.
The drive then automatically adapts the
remote control terminal block, by modifying
the factory setting of certain parameters
and adding the special parameters 5 1 to
5 4 in level 2 of the keypad (1
1 0 = L2).
4.10.2 - Operating principle
• A brake release command is issued if the
drive is not faulty, if the output frequency is
above the threshold set in 5 1 and if the
output current is above the threshold set in
5 2 + (5
5 3 /2).
When all the conditions are met, brake
release is delayed by the value of the time
delay set in 5 4 .
• A brake engage command is issued when
the drive becomes faulty or when the output
frequency drops below the threshold set in
5 1 or when the output current is below the
5 3 /2).
threshold set in 5 2 - (5
• Since this configuration prevents
some of the safety functions
inherent to hoisting operations, it
should be reserved for horizontal
movements or hoisting movements
where there is no risk of danger for
people or equipment.
• The fault relay should be wired in
series with the brake release relay, so
that the brake engages when the drive
becomes faulty.
CAUTION:
If the direction of rotation is reversed,
this configuration causes the brake to
be engaged between + (value of 5 1 ) Hz
and - (value of 5 1 ) Hz.
4.10.3 - List of parameters in the "brake control configuration"
Parameter
0 1 to 5 0
51
52
53
54
Name
Addres Type Adjustment range
Parameters identical to the standard factory setting
3.05 R - W
Zero frequency threshold
12.04 R - W
Threshold adjustment
12.05 R - W
Threshold hysteresis
9.09 R - W
Time delay
4.10.4 - Explanation of parameters specific
to the "brake control configuration"
51
: Zero frequency threshold
Adjustment range : 0 to 20.0 Hz
Factory setting
: 1.0 Hz
Used to define a threshold below which the
frequency is considered to be zero.
52
: Threshold adjustment
Adjustment range : 0 to 100.0%
Factory setting
:0
Used to set the motor current threshold.
0 to 20.0 Hz
0 to 100.0%
0 to 25.0%
0 to 25.0 s
Factory
1.0 Hz
0
0
0
53
: Threshold hysteresis
Adjustment range : 0 to 25.0%
Factory setting
:0
Used to set the level of the hysteresis on the
motor current.
54
: Time delay
Adjustment range : 0 to 25.0 s
Factory setting
:0
Used to set the time between detection of
non-zero frequency and brake release.
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5 - FAULTS - DIAGNOSTICS
5.1 - Error messages
When the DIGIDRIVE detects a fault, the left-hand display indicates "tr", while the right-hand
display indicates one of the codes listed in the following table:
After consulting the fault table, proceed as follows:
- Carry out the necessary checks in order to eliminate the cause of the fault.
- Check that the drive is locked (terminal 9 open).
- Press the
key: if the drive is no longer faulty, the left-hand display indicates "ih".
- To restart the motor, unlock the drive by closing terminal 9, and open and then reclose
terminal 10 for Run forward operation or terminal 11 for Run reverse operation.
• Opening and then closing the unlock terminal may clear the fault. If the FWD or
REV terminal is closed at the time of clearing the fault, the motor will start
immediately.
No.
1
Display
mnemonic
UU
Reason for fault
DC bus undervoltage • Power supply terminals
L1, L2, L3
(<180VDC for "M",
"TL", or "M/TL" types; mains supply
overvoltage
< 400 VDC for "T"
types)
Deceleration too
DC bus overvoltage • fast
(inertial load)
(>420VDC for "M", • Terminals
L1, L2, L3
"TL"
mains
supply
or "M/TL" types;
overvoltage
> 830VDC for "T"
types)
2
OU
3
OI.AC
Overcurrent at
drive output
4
OI.br
Overcurrent in
braking transistors
72
Points to check
Solution
• Check the mains
supply
• Check the power
components
• Program a longer
deceleration time in 0 4
• Check the deceleration
mode in 3 0
• Use a braking resistor
(optional)
• Check the mains supply
• Power terminal block • Eliminate the short-circuit
U, V, W
at the drive output
• Wiring
• Program a longer
acceleration time in 0 3
• If the motor and/or the
motor connections have
been changed, repeat
autocalibration (see 3 8 )
• Wait at least 10 seconds
before resetting the drive
• Power terminal blocks • Wait 10 seconds
(+, DBR or •, -)
before reinitialising the
drive
• Value of the
• Eliminate the short-circuit
braking resistor
at the resistor output
• Set a higher ohmic
resistance
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6
Et
7
O.SP
18
tunE
19
It.br
20
It. AC
21
Oht1
Reason for fault
Points to check
Solution
• External trip terminal • Check that the terminal
(if 1 0 . 3 2 is assigned
is connected to the +24V
to a logic input.
(in positive logic) or to the
See manual ref. 3299) 0V (in negative logic)
• Motor speed higher
• Check that the load
than overspeed
is not driving
threshold
• The drive goes into
Overspeed
overspeed when it
reaches the threshold:
value of 0 2 + 20%
•
Motor
power
supply
•
Check that the motor
• Autocalibration
is operating at no load
fault
during autocalibration
• Autocalibration
• Check the drive/motor
interrupted
power supply
• Braking resistor
• Increase the ohmic value
• Braking resistor wiring • Increase the braking
• Integral braking
cycle 1 0 . 3 1 or modify the
Braking resistor
resistor
maximum braking time
overload I x t
• Braking cycle too long 1 0 . 3 0 (see manual
ref. 3299)
• Motor load
• High impedance between
• Setting of motor In
phases or phase/earth
short-circuit at the drive
output
• If the motor and/or the
motor connections have
Motor overload
been changed, repeat
Ixt
autocalibration (see 3 8 )
• Check that the motor
is not overloaded
• Check that the rated
current 0 6 and the
rated motor frequency
3 9 are set correctly
Thermal simulation of • Setting of motor In
• Decrease the motor load
the heatsink
• Shorten the cycle
according to I x t
(temperature ≥100°C)
External trip
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No.
22
Display
mnemonic
Oht2
Reason for fault
Points to check
• Cooling fan (for
fitted with one)
Heatsink overheating • those
detected by thermal Ambient temperature
sensor
(> 100°C for 16T and
22T,
> 95°C for other
ratings)
• Terminal 13
24
th
Tripping of the motor
thermal sensor
• Terminal 7: +24V
• Terminal 4: 0V
26
O.Ld1
Overload on
the +24V power supply
or logic output
28
cL
Loss of the current
reference on A2
analogue input
(terminal 5)
30
SCL
Serial link problem
32
EEF
PH
33
rS
40
to
99
tr xx
74
EEPROM fault
Phase loss
• Check that:
- the fans are rotating
- the cooling intakes
are not obstructed
- the ambient temperature
is less than 50°C
- the space around the
drive is sufficient
• Reduce the switching
frequency 3 7
• Check the motor load
• Reduce the level of
overload
• Check the motor
ventilation and the
ambient temperature
• Check the sensor wiring
• Check the load circuit
of the +24V, and also
the logic output
CAUTION:
When the checks have
been completed, this
fault can only be
cleared by pressing
.
• 4-20mA or 20-4mA
• Check that the current
current reference level reference is > 3mA
(if 1 6 = 4-20 or 20-4)
• Control card
31
Solution
• Power supply
terminals L1, L2, L3
• Concordance
Fault during
the motor power
measurement of the of
with
the drive power
stator resistance
• Motor connection
User-specific faults • Check the user fault
with the
parameter 1 0 . 3 8 (see
serial link
manual ref. 3299)
• Check the connection
of the serial link.
• Switch off and then
on again
• If the fault persists,
consult LEROY-SOMER
• Check the mains
supply (this fault
does not exist on the
M/TL versions).
• Adapt the drive power
to the motor power
• Check the motor
connections
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180
F.bus
182
C.Err
183
C.dat
185
C.Acc
186
C.rtg
188
O.Ld2
189
O.cL
Reason for fault
Points to check
Disconnection of the • Serial link
fieldbus during
operation
The content of the
copy key memory is
inconsistent
The copy key memory
is empty
Access to storage of
parameters in the copy
key has not been
enabled
Solution
-
-
• The parameters
connected with the
drive rating have not
The drive rating is
been transferred, and
different to that
must be set after clearing
stored in the copy key
the fault using the
key
• RJ45 connector
• Check that the power
• Terminals 7 and 14
supply is not drawing
Overload on
more than 110mA
the +24V power supply
• Check that there is no
short-circuit.
Overload on the A2 • Current reference level • Check that the current
current analogue input
reference is < 25mA
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5.2 - Alarm messages
5.3 - HFxx error messages
Alarms may appear during drive operation.
The alarm message flashes alternately with
the parameter value on the right-hand
display.
Example:
These error codes represent internal drive
faults. In order to correct the fault, switch
the drive off then on again. If the fault
remains, contact the supplier of the
equipment.
The left-hand display indicates "HF", while
the right-hand display indicates one of the
codes listed in the following table:
These alarms are for information only, in
order to warn the user: the drive continues
to operate but may switch to fault mode if
no corrective action is taken.
OVL
Hot
br.rS
Motor overload I x t
Heatsink overheating
(≥ 95°C)
Braking resistor overload
"HF" fault no.
Reason for fault
01
02
03
Preloading relay fault
Current feedback failure
Fan not operating
An internal operation has
not been executed
An internal operation has
not been executed
An internal operation has
not been executed
Internal serial link failure
An internal operation has
not been executed
Incorrect power board code
An internal operation has
not been executed
An internal operation has
not been executed
An internal operation has
not been executed
An internal operation has
not been executed
An internal operation has
not been executed
70
71
72
73
74
83
88
90
91
92
98
CAUTION:
When the drive has an "HF" fault, the
fault relay (terminals 15 and 16) is open
and the serial link is no longer active.
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6 - MAINTENANCE
6.1 - Introduction and warning
• All work relating to installation,
commissioning and maintenance
must be carried out by experienced and
qualified personnel.
• When a fault detected by the drive
causes it to switch off, fatal residual
voltages remain at the output terminals
and in the drive.
• Before carrying out any work,
disconnect and lock the drive power
supply and wait 10 minutes to make
sure
that
the
capacitors
have
discharged.
• Check that the DC bus voltage is
below 40V before carrying out any work.
•During maintenance operations
performed with the drive switched on,
the operator must stand on an insulated
surface which is not connected to earth.
• During work on a motor or its
power supply cables, check that the
power supply of the corresponding
drive is disconnected and locked.
• All protective covers must remain
in place during tests.
There are very few maintenance and repair
operations on DIGIDRIVE drives to be
performed by the user. Regular servicing
operations and simple methods for
checking that the drive is operating
correctly are described below.
6.2 - Care
Problems may occur on any drive following
exposure to too high a temperature,
humidity, oil, dust, or after penetration of
any external matter.
Printed circuits and their components do
not normally require any maintenance.
Contact your vendor or the nearest
approved repair company in the event of a
problem.
After storage for a period of 12 months, the
drive must be switched on for 24 hours, and
this operation repeated every 6 months
thereafter.
DO NOT DISMANTLE THE PRINTED
CIRCUITS WHILE THE DRIVE IS STILL
UNDER WARRANTY, AS THIS WOULD
THEN IMMEDIATELY BECOME NULL
AND VOID.
Do not touch the integrated circuits or the
microprocessor either with your fingers or
with materials which are charged or live.
Earth yourself, as well as the workbench or
the soldering iron, when performing any
work on the circuits.
From time to time, check that the power
connections are correctly tightened.
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6.3 - Voltage, current and power
measurements
6.3.1 - Measuring the voltage at the drive
output
The harmonics generated by the drive
mean that it is not possible to take a correct
measurement of the voltage at the motor
input using a conventional type of
voltmeter. However it is possible to obtain
an approximate value of the rms voltage of
the fundamental wave (that which affects
the torque) using a conventional voltmeter
connected as shown in the diagram below.
L1
U
DIGIDRIVE
L2
V
L3
W
MOTOR
3
C
V
R
C : capacitor 0.1µF
400 VAC (1000V peak).
R : resistor 1 k Ω, 5W.
V : AC voltmeter
impedance ≥ 1000Ω /V.
6.3.2 - Measuring the motor current
The current drawn by the motor and the
drive input current can be measured
approximately using a conventional moving
coil ammeter.
6.3.3 - Measuring the drive input and
output power
The drive input and output power can be
measured using an electrodynamic
instrument.
6.4 - Spare parts list
Please consult LEROY-SOMER.
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6.5 - Exchanging products
CAUTION:
Products must be returned in their
original packaging or, if this is not
possible, in similar packaging, to
prevent
their
being
damaged.
Otherwise, replacement under warranty
could be refused.
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7 - OPERATING EXTENSIONS
7.1 - Type 1 mains filters
7.1.1 - Characteristics
Mains filters are used to reduce the drive electromagnetic emissions, and thus comply with
European standards EN 50081-1 and EN 50081-2 (see section 3.5).
CAUTION:
Use one mains filter for each drive.
Characteristics
DIGIDRIVE
rating
0.5M to 1.5M
Rated
Voltage (V) Filter reference current
(A)
240 1-ph
240 1-ph
1.5M/TL to 3.5M/TL
240 3-ph
5.5TL
240 3-ph
1.5T to 5.5T
480 3-ph
8TL and 11 TL
240 3-ph
8T and 11T
480 3-ph
16T and 22T
480 3-ph
27T
480 3-ph
FLT 5594-12
FLT 5594-26
FLT 5901-17
FLT 5901-30
FLT 5901-17
FLT 5901-30
FLT 5901-17
FLT 5901-33
FLT 5901-37
12
26
17.1
30.5
17.1
30.5
17.1
33
37
Max. length
Energy
of motor
losses
cables
(W)
(m)
20
50
15
20
15
15
15
15
20
Note: The filters proposed for the DIGIDRIVE are UL approved.
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6
6
6
11
6
11
6
12
16
Maximum
leakage
current
(mA)
Protection
4
29.5
33
14.1
33
14.1
33
14.1
24.5
IP20
IP20
IP20
IP20
IP20
IP20
IP20
IP20
IP20
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7.1.2 - Dimensions and weight
FLT 5594 - 12
FLT 5594 - 26 and FLT 5901 - 17
W
D
W
W1
D
H H1
H1
H
ØZ
FLT 5901 - 30 and FLT 5901 - 33
W
W1
D
H H1
21
ØZ
The filters should be mounted on a plate at the back of the cabinet, as close as possible to the drive.
Filter
reference
FLT 5594-12
FLT 5594-26
FLT 5901-17
FLT 5901-30
FLT 5901-33
FLT 5901-37
Width
W
(mm)
W1
58
85.5
85.5
118
128
128
51
51
103
113
113
Height
Depth
(mm)
H
H1
(mm)
D
113.5
119
119
133
143
143
103
109
109
80
80
80
45.5
57.6
57.6
70
80
80
Cable
length
(mm)
230
250
300
300
300
300
Screws
Terminal
tightening
(mm)
torque
ØZ
(Nm)
4.4
4.3
4.3
6.5
6.5
6.5
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
2.2
2.2
Weight
(kg)
0.5
0.7
0.6
0.8
1.1
1.2
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7.2 - Type 2 mains filters
7.2.1 - Characteristics
Mains filters are used to reduce the drive electromagnetic emissions, and thus comply with
European standards EN 50081-1 and EN 50081-2 (see section 3.5).
CAUTION:
Use one mains filter for each drive.
Characteristics
DIGIDRIVE
rating
Voltage (V)
Filter reference
Rated
current
(A)
0.5M to 1.5M
240 1-ph FLT 5581-12
12
26
1.5M/TL to 3.5M/TL 240 1-ph FLT 5581-26
240 3-ph FLT 5569-16
16
5.5TL
240 3-ph FLT 5569-26
26
1.5T to 5.5T
480 3-ph FLT 5569-16
16
8TL and 11 TL
240 3-ph FLT 5569-30 30.5
8T and 11T
480 3-ph FLT 5569-17 17.1
16T and 22T
480 3-ph FLT 5569-33
33
27T
480 3-ph FLT 5569-37
37
33T
480 3-ph FLT 5113-50
50
40T
480 3-ph FLT 5113-63
63
50T
480 3-ph FLT 5113-100 100
Max. length
Energy
of motor
losses
cables
(W)
(m)
75
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
Note: The filters proposed for the DIGIDRIVE are UL approved.
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6
10
10
15
10
20
12
26
30
13
14
26
Maximum
leakage
current
(mA)
Protection
40.7
89
45.7
26.4
45.7
26.4
45.7
29.4
38
31
29
48.5
IP20
IP20
IP20
IP20
IP20
IP20
IP20
IP20
IP20
IP20
IP20
IP20
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7.2.2 - Dimensions and weight
FLT 5581-12 to FLT 5569-33
Mounting on the
side of the drive
FLT 5113-50 to FLT 5113-100
Mounting at the
rear of the drive
W
D
W1
Mounting
distances
for drive
fixing
H1
H2 H1 H
H
H1
Screw
W1
W
D
Screw
Depending on the general layout, the filters can be mounted at the back or on the side of the
drive.
Filter
reference
FLT 5581-12
FLT 5581-26
FLT 5569-16
FLT 5569-17
FLT 5569-26
FLT 5569-30
FLT 5569-33
FLT 5569-37
FLT 5113-50
FLT 5113-63
FLT 5113-100
Width
(mm)
W
W1
100
148
148
190
148
190
246
246
337
377
380
80
122
122
164
122
164
215
215
275
315
310
Height
H
242
330
330
385
330
385
467
467
90
150
150
Depth
(mm)
H1
H2
225
313
313
368
313
368
448
448
80
105
105
195
281
281
336
281
336
414
414
-
(mm)
D
40
45
45
50
45
50
55
60
100
103
107
Length of
cables
(mm)
190
250
250
270
250
270
320
320
-
Terminal
Screws
M4
M5
M5
M5
M5
M5
M5
M5
M7
M7
M7
Earth
tightening tightening
torque
torque
(Nm)
(Nm)
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
2.2
2.2
4.5
4.5
8
2.2
4
9
Weight
(kg)
0.6
1.2
1.1
1.6
1.3
1.7
3.1
3.1
3.8
3.8
7.8
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7.3 - RF braking resistor for 1.5M/TL to 50T ratings
• The braking resistor must be installed in such a way that it does not damage
neighbouring components by its heat dissipation.
• Special care must be taken when carrying out any work near the resistor, as
there is high voltage present and heat is given off.
• The braking resistor must be wired in series via a thermal relay calibrated to the
rms current of the resistor to prevent the risk of fire which may result from a braking
resistor malfunction or a short-circuit.
• Its use is optional and depends on the application.
• It dissipates the active power returned by the motor onto the drive DC bus in the event of a
driving machine.
• The braking transistor is integrated in the drive.
7.3.1 - Electrical characteristics
CAUTION:
In this table, the resistors are suggested by way of example. Other lower power ratings
can be selected, while adhering to the minimum ohmic values.
DIGIDRIVE
rating
1.5M/TL
2M/TL
2.5M/TL
3.5M/TL
5.5TL
8TL
11TL
1.5T
2T
2.5T
3.5T
4.5T
5.5T
8T
11T
16T
22T
27T
33T
40T
50T
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Resistor
value
reference
(Ω)
50
50
50
40
30
12
12
100
100
100
75
75
75
39
39
24
24
24
10
10
10
RF100M
RF100M
RF100M
RF320M
RF320M
RF3500T
RF3500T
RF320T
RF320T
RF320T
RF640T
RF640T
RF640T
RF5500T
RF5500T
RF5500T
RF5500T
RF5500T
RF7500T
RF11000T
RF11000T
Value
(Ω)
Rated
power
(W)
Peak
power
(W)
rms
current
(A)
100
100
100
47
47
40
40
180
180
180
90
90
90
40
40
40
40
40
10
10
10
100
100
100
320
320
3500
3500
320
320
320
640
640
640
5500
5500
5500
5500
5500
7500
11000
11000
1440
1440
1440
3000
3000
3800
3800
3000
3000
3000
6000
6000
6000
12960
12960
12960
12960
12960
51840
51840
51840
1
1
1
2.6
2.6
9.35
9.35
1.33
1.33
1.33
2.66
2.66
2.66
11.7
11.7
11.7
11.7
11.7
27.4
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7.3.2 - Mechanical characteristics
RF 100M and 140M
RF 320M to RF 3500T
H
h
D
D
W
f
W
RF 5500T to 11000T
W
D
H
RF
100M
140M
320M
320T
640T
1000T
2000T
3500T
5500T
7500T
11000T
Weight
(kg)
Dimensions (W x D x H)
(mm)
Mounting distance f
(mm)
0.14
182.5 x 25 x 50
-
425 x 134 x 114
395
1.5
2.1
3.6
5.1
7.5
21
25
32
565 x 224 x 180
565 x 370 x 180
420 x 480 x 440
500 x 480 x 440
670 x 480 x 440
535
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7.4 - "FLASHKEY" copy key
As it stores a complete set of parameters, the removable copy key can be used to instantly
copy the settings from one drive to another (see parameter 2 8 ).
DIGIDRIVE 1
DIGIDRIVE 2
M
M
FLASHKEY
15 16
15 16
PL2
PL3
PL4
1
2
3
4
5
L1
6
7
L2
8
PE
9
PL1
10 11 12 13 14
U
V
PL2
PL3
PL4
PL1
1
2
3
4
W
5
L1
6
7
L2
8
9
PE
10 11 12 13 14
U
V
W
7.5 - 3-phase motor chokes for attenuating earth leakage currents: MC choke
These are wired directly on the drive output (terminal U, V, W) and can be used to reduce earth
leakage currents and emitted interference.
They are cylindrical in shape and are fixed by a central untapped hole.
MC choke
rating
3.5T
11T
27T
DIGIDRIVE rating
0.5M to 1.5M
1.5M/TL and 2M/TL
1.5T to 3.5T
2.5M/TL and 3.5M/
4.5T to 11T
5.5TL to 11TL
16T to 27T
33T to 50T
Diameter
Dimensions (mm)
Height
hole Ø
80
50
5.1
0.5
80
50
5.1
0.75
125
55
6.2
1.9
Weight (kg)
50T
125
65
6.2
3
• Wiring
MC chokes should be wired as close as possible to the drive in accordance with the diagram
below.
black
red
W
DIGIDRIVE V
U
black W
blue
red
blue
CAUTION:
MC chokes are supplied with cables 30 cm long.
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7.6 - Using the serial link
7.6.1 - Characteristics
As standard the DIGIDRIVE has a half duplex RS 485 2-wire serial link which can be used to:
- set the parameters of the drive using a remote terminal
- set the parameters of the drive using a PC via an RS 232/RS 485 interface
- connect 1 or more drives to an ANSI network
The RS 485 serial link is connected to the drive by means of an RJ45 connector, as shown
below. Simply insert the connector into the drive female RJ45 socket.
DIGIDRIVE
RJ45
connector
M
PL3
15 16
PL2
PL4
PL1
1
2
3
4
5
L1
6
7
L2
8
PE
9
10 11 12 13 14
U
V
W
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Termination resistor
Rx Tx
0V
+26V (-7%/+10%)
100mA
Enable Tx
Rx Tx
Socket
7.6.2 - Setting the parameters via a remote console
The "UNIPAD" console provides access to all the drive parameters in text format, via a 32character alphanumeric display.
As well as having the same keys as on the drive keypad, it provides the option of setting
parameters for 3 function keys, thus enabling the operator to communicate rapidly with the
drive.
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General characteristics
Power supply
Serial link
Ambient temperature
EMC
Protection
Provided by the DIGIDRIVE
2-wire RS 485 Connected to the DIGIDRIVE via the RJ45
socket (maximum cable length: 1200 m)
0 to +50°C
Conforms to standards EN 50081-2 (emissions), EN 50082-2
(immunity) and IEC 61800-3 (variable speed drives)
IP40 (when the console is installed on the front of the cabinet
with a weatherproof seal, the protection is IP65)
Dimensions
Front view
Rear view
Side view
50 mm
90 mm
90 mm
90 mm
188 mm
Cable
entry
M
Cable
entry
115 mm
20 mm
27 mm
For information on how to connect and operate the UNIPAD, see manual ref. 3343.
7.6.3 - Setting the parameters via a PC
The DIGISOFT parameter-setting software makes it very easy to set up the DIGIDRIVE from
a PC.
Interactive parameter setting: the parameters of the drive are set automatically, based on the
answers to a questionnaire concerning the installation.
Supervision during commissioning: DIGISOFT enables the user to supervise the various data
concerning operation from a single screen.
Storing files: DIGISOFT can be used to save all the parameter files, thus making it possible to
copy an existing setting quickly.
Composition of the DIGISOFT kit:
1 CD-Rom, 1 connection lead consisting of:
- 1 RS 232 SUB D 9-pin connector for linking to the PC
- 1 x 2 m cable incorporating an RS 232/RS 485 interface
- 1 RS 485 RJ45 connector for connection to the drive
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7.6.4 - Networking
•The drive RS 485 serial link is not isolated from the other circuits and is only
separated by single insulation.
If it is necessary for the serial link to be accessible to personnel, an isolation circuit
must be used. If there are multiple RS 485 networks, each network must have its own
isolation circuit.
The cable used for the serial link must be shielded.
For networking several DIGIDRIVEs, follow the connection diagram below.
DIGIDRIVE
First drive
or
intermediate drive
Last drive
PL3
PL3
2 Rx Tx
PL4
DIGIDRIVE
1
15 16
RJ45
PL4
RJ45
7 Rx Tx
PL1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
2
Rx Tx
7
Rx Tx
15 16
8
PL1
10 11 12 13 14
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12 13 14
Master unit
0V
TX / RX
TX / RX
TX / RX
TX / RX
RJ45
connector
RJ45
connector
For information on how to connect the RJ45 connector on the DIGIDRIVE, see section 7.6.1.
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7.7 - Optional "PM10V" bi-directional analogue input
The PM10V option can be used to control a DIGIDRIVE using a ±10V bi-directional analogue
reference, and to have an additional relay.
It can therefore be used to reverse the direction of rotation of a motor by means of the
analogue reference, rather than by using the Run FWD, Run REV or Reverse direction of drive
operation terminals. The PM10V option can be integrated in the entire DIGIDRIVE range.
DIGIDRIVE
PM10V
M
15 16
PL2
PL3
PL4
PL1
1
2
3
4
5
L1
6
7
L2
8
PE
9
10 11 12 13 14
U
V
W
• Description of the terminal blocks
The PM10V option is equipped with 3 removable terminal blocks (PL1, PL2 and PL3) as well
as 2 jumpers (PL4).
6
1
PL2
Term. block
PL1
PL2
PL3
PL4
Terminal
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
-
1 2
1 2
PL4 PL1
PL3
Function
Analogue voltage input (Voltage range: +/-10V)
CAUTION:
For the potentiometer power supply, the +10V can be supplied by
terminal 3 of the drive, or by an external power supply. The -10V should
be supplied by an external power supply.
0V
0V
Analogue voltage output (Voltage range: 0 to +10V)
+24V power supply
"PL3 relay control" logic input
"Run forward" logic output
"Run reverse" or "Forward/Reverse" logic output
Relay - Common
Relay - Normally open contact
Operation using factory settings:
Open: Frequency not zero
Closed: Zero frequency
Control logic for the PM10V option selected by positioning 2 jumpers
Factory setting: positive logic
For information on how to connect the PM10V option, see manual ref. 3374.
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7.8 - Line chokes
Line chokes can be used to attenuate transient interference from the mains supply which could
affect the drive.
• Characteristics
DIGIDRIVE
Choke
Current
Inductance
rating
reference
(A)
(mH)
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19
0.5
9 ST 2.5
8.6
2.5
16 ST 1.5
16
1.5
25 ST 1
25
1
38 ST 0.65
60 ST 0.4
90 ST 0.25
38
60
90
0.65
0.4
0.25
0.5M to 1.2M
1.5M - 1.5M/TL
and 2M/TL
2M/TL and 3.5M/TL
1.5TL to 2.5TL
and
1.5T to 3.5T
3.5TL
and
4.5T to 11T
5.5TL to 11TL
and
16T - 22T
27T
33T and 40T
50T
• Dimensions and weight
These are given by way of example and
may vary depending on the manufacturer
H
W
D
Choke
reference
W
(mm)
H
(mm)
D
(mm)
Weight
(kg)
9 ST 2.5
16 ST 1.5
25 ST 1
38 ST 0.65
60 ST 0.4
90 ST 0.25
140
125
155
185
220
220
160
115
190
210
240
240
85
95
105
110
120
140
1.8
1.8
5.5
7
11
17
Choke
reference
W
(mm)
H
(mm)
D
(mm)
Weight
(kg)
4.5A/16mH
7.3A/1mH
19A/0.5mH
82
82
82
90
100
105
85
75
90
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7.9 - Using Modbus RTU
• Parameter setting
To enable Modbus RTU, set 4 1 = rtu, and select the transmission speed in 4 2 . Next, set the
DIGIDRIVE address in 4 3 .
• Specification of the Modbus RTU frame
1 Start bit
8 Data bits
2 End bits
The DIGIDRIVE does not use the parity bit.
• Value of the Modbus RTU register
All the DIGIDRIVE parameters are grouped together in the 4XXXX series of the Modbus
registers.
To convert a parameter to a Modbus register, remove the parameter decimal point, for
example: parameter 1 1 . 2 2 becomes register 1122. All parameters (including "bit"
parameters) are used as signed 16-bit values.
• Functions
0x03 (3)
Reading multiple parameters
0x10 (16)
Writing multiple parameters
0x17 (23)
Reading and writing multiple parameters
When multiple read or write commands are being used, the written or read parameters should
be consecutive. If a block of parameters is written or read from a missing parameter, the slave
will respond with an exception code. It should therefore be broken down into a number of small
blocks, so that a non-existent parameter is not read or written.
The maximum number of consecutive parameters read or written is 16.
• "Broadcast" messages
The DIGIDRIVE can receive "broadcast" messages.
If the master controller sends a WRITE message to node 0, all nodes will take the message
into account, but none will respond to the master.
• Exception code
The exception codes are as follows:
1 Non-existent function code/incorrect function.
2 Register address outside the range or too many registers requested in read mode/ incorrect
data address.
Parameter outside the range during writing of block 0x10:
the slave processes the write block in the order in which the data are received. If a write
operation is not correct because a value is outside the range, the write block is ended.
However, the slave does not create an exception response, and the error is instead indicated
in the return message by the number of written data items.
Parameter outside the range during reading/writing of block 0x17:
no indication that a value is out of range will be given during access to 0x17.
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7.10 - Fieldbus options
"Fieldbus" options can be integrated in the entire DIGIDRIVE range.
Data is exchanged by means of the drive serial link (RJ45 socket).
Fieldbus type
DIGIDRIVE option
Profibus DP
Interbus S
Devicenet
Can Open
DIGICOM PB
DIGICOM IB
DIGICOM DN
DIGICOM CN
DIGIDRIVE
DIGICOM
Fieldbus
option
M
15 16
PL2
PL3
PL4
PL1
1
2
3
4
5
L1
6
7
L2
8
PE
9
10 11 12 13 14
U
V
W
7.11 - Additional functions
As well as access to the parameters described in this manual, the UNIPAD console (section
7.6.2) and the DIGISOFT software (section 7.6.3) can be used to extend operation of the
DIGIDRIVE by offering additional functions such as:
- special ramps on preset speeds
- torque regulation
- timers and energy meters
- alarms on timer
- reassignment of inputs (logic and analogue outputs)
- AND, OR, comparator and time delay functions
- PID controller
- motor-driven potentiometer
- control of 2 motors with different characteristics, etc.
See the manual entitled "Extended Functions" ref. 3299.
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8 - SUMMARY OF THE SETTINGS FOR YOUR APPLICATION
DIGIDRIVE type
Parameter
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
✂
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
Serial no.
Motor type
Name
Minimum limit
Maximum limit
Acceleration ramp 1
Deceleration ramp 1
Selection of references
Motor rated current
Motor rated speed (at full load)
Motor rated voltage
Power factor (cos ϕ)
Level 2 access and storage of
security code
Preset frequency 1
Preset frequency 2
Preset frequency 3
Preset frequency 4
Jog operation frequency
Selection of the type of signal for
analogue input 2 (A2)
Selection of bi-directional mode
Selection of load display
Unit for displaying the speed
Customer-defined unit scaling
Security code
Enable FWD/REV key on the
keypad
Keypad reference on
power-up
Copy parameters
Return to factory settings and
brake control
Deceleration mode
Stop mode
Selection of dynamic U/f ratio
Selection of flying restart
Control logic polarity
Management of logic commands
Motor no.
Factory
setting
Commissioned on:
Setting
date:
Setting
date:
0
50.0 Hz
5.0s/100 Hz
10.0s/100 Hz
A1.A2
Ins
1500 min-1
230V or 400V
0.85
L1
0
0
0
0
1.5 Hz
4-.20 mA
OFF
Ld
Fr
1.00
0
OFF
0
no
no
1
1
OFF
0
On
0
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Parameter
Name
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
45
46
47
48
Assignment of the analogue
output
Switching frequency
Selection of autocalibration
Motor rated frequency
Number of motor poles
Serial link mode
Serial link transmission speed
Serial link address
Station address
Fieldbus transmission speed
Fieldbus diagnostics
Control mode
49
Boost
36
50
Setting
date:
Setting
date:
Fr
6 kHz
0
50.0 Hz
Auto
AnSI
4.8
1.1
0
0
0
3 then 1
3.0%
motor Un
OFF
1.0 Hz
0
0
0
✂
51
52
53
54
Assignment of terminal 13 to
management
of the PTC sensors
Zero frequency threshold
Threshold adjustment
Threshold hysteresis
Time delay
Factory
setting
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