PowerFlex 700L - Rockwell Automation

Technical Data

PowerFlex 700L

Catalog Number 20L

Topic

Product Overview

Key Features/Benefits

Communication and Human Interface Options

Catalog Number Explanation

Standard Drive Product Selection

Factory Installed Options

User Installed Options

Product Dimensions

Installation Considerations

Cable Recommendations

Fuse and Circuit Breaker Ratings

Maximum Motor Cable Lengths

DPI Connections

Control Connections

Control Highlights

Standard Drive Specifications

Derating Guidelines

Watts Loss

Cooling Loop Options

Additional Resources

Original Instructions

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19

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39

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PowerFlex 700L

Product Overview

PowerFlex 700L Liquid-Cooled AC drives are responsive, high performance, regenerative industrial drives for installations requiring a compact footprint. The PowerFlex 700L drive offers two versions of control: either the PowerFlex 700 Vector

Control or the PowerFlex 700S Phase II Control. This provides the PowerFlex 700L drive with exceptional and proven performance as well as the same interface, communications capabilities and programming tools of the aircooled drives. The many features allow the user to easily configure the drive for most application needs. Ratings presently available include:

268…960 Hp (200…715 kW) at 400V AC

300…1150 Hp (224…860 kW) at 480V AC

465…870 Hp (345…650 kW) at 600V AC

475…881 Hp (355…657 kW) at 690V AC

Frame 2 Frame 3B

(shown with enclosure doors open)

Key Features/Benefits

Space Saving Features

The PowerFlex 700L AC drive features a patented liquid-cooled heatsink design to transfer over 80% of the drive heat loss to the liquid coolant, resulting in the best drive power-to-size ratio in the market. The integral active converter and line filter translate to a fully regenerative drive that's over 60% smaller than typical air-cooled drives.

Integrated Line Regenerative Braking For Precise Control and Energy Savings

The Liquid-Cooled AC drive features regenerative braking which is ideal for precise, high-response speed and position control, continuous holdback, rapid deceleration and stopping of high inertia loads. Instead of wasting energy with resistor braking technology, regenerative braking actually puts the energy back into the system to be used by other equipment.

Regenerative braking eliminates the need for large resistor banks. These resistors banks can create a lot of heat and must frequently be cleaned.

2

Improved Power Quality with Regenerative Rectifier

Compact and cost-effective means to achieve compliance with CE and IEEE 519 harmonic limits.

Actively controls power factor regardless of motor speed which reduces input line currents and minimizes the size of upstream devices.

Input Voltage Boost

Integrated active converter and line-side filter allow ‘input voltage boost’ to protect your system from power disturbances.

Maintains consistent system performance in the event of power dips or other power quality issues.

Provides full 480V AC to the motor even when operating on 380V AC power lines.

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PowerFlex 700L

Flexible Control Platforms

Designed for applications with requirements ranging from the simplest speed control to the most demanding torque control, the PowerFlex 700L drive is available with either PowerFlex 700 Vector Control or PowerFlex 700S

Control.

Outstanding open or closed loop speed regulation for applications ranging from fans and pumps to precise winder control.

Excellent torque production and tight torque regulation for demanding applications like extruders, web process, and test stands.

Fast update times of torque inputs are suitable for high performance applications.

All of this flexibility is possible through multiple control modes: V/Hz control, Sensorless Vector, Vector Control with FORCE

Technology, and Permanent Magnet Control (700S control only).

Safe Off Option

(1)

, the first offering available within the DriveGuard

series of safety solutions, prevents a drive from delivering rotational energy to motors by integrating a safety circuit with the drive's power switching signals. This solution meets EN13849-1, Category 3.

Packaging Options

The PowerFlex 700L frame 2 is an IP00 (Open Style) panel mount drive that can be mounted in a variety of enclosures.

The PowerFlex 700L frame 3A and 3B are available in a IP20 (NEMA 1) Rittal enclosure that includes the input circuit breaker.

The majority of heat lost from the drive is transferred to the liquid coolant. Therefore, other enclosure options such as IP54 (NEMA/UL Type 12) or IP66 (NEMA/UL Type 4X) can be used and placed directly into dusty, dirty, and outdoor environments. Contact your local Rockwell Automation drive center for these packaging options.

Cooling Loop Options

A liquid-to-liquid or liquid-to-air heat exchanger, or a chiller can be used with the PowerFlex 700L drive. See

page 39 for

more information.

(1) At time of publication, the Safe Off Option is available with the PowerFlex 700S Control Option in frame 3A and 3B PowerFlex 700L drives.

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Communication and Human Interface Options

Premier Integration with PowerFlex Drives and RSLogix 5000 Software

For simplified AC drive start-up and reduced development time, we've integrated Allen-Bradley PowerFlex drive configuration with RSLogix

5000 software. This single-software approach simplifies parameter and tag programming while still allowing stand-alone drive software tool use on the factory floor.

Communication Modules

DPI communication modules provide fast and efficient control and/or data exchange over the following interfaces:

DeviceNet

ControlNet

EtherNet/IP

Serial Communications

Other open control and communication networks

Unsurpassed Capability in Network Communications

PowerFlex drives are fully compatible with the wide variety of Allen-Bradley DPI

communication adapters, offering the following benefits.

Description

x x x x x x x x

Unconnected Messaging permits other network devices (for example, PanelView

) to communicate directly to a drive without routing the communication through the network scanner.

Adapter Routing – Plug PC into one drive and talk to all other Allen-Bradley drives on same network, without being routed through the network scanner.

x x x x x x x x x x Access to 100% of all parameters over the network.

x x x AutoBaud capability makes initial connections less problematic.

x x x

Change of State significantly reduces network traffic by configuring control messages to be sent only upon customer defined states.

Very flexible configuration for each node (Example: ‘reference must change by more than 5%’).

Peer Control provides master-slave type control between drives, where one or more slave drives (consumers) can run based on the status of a master drive (producer), which can also significantly reduce network traffic.

x Automatic Device Replacement (ADR) saves significant time and effort when replacing a drive, by allowing the scanner to be configured to automatically detect a new drive and download the required parameter settings.

x x x x x x x x x x Flexible Fault Configuration – Adapters can be programmed to take fault based actions such as ramp to stop, coast-to-stop, and hold last state, as well as send user configurable logic control and speed reference values. In addition, different actions can be taken based on whether the network experienced a serious problem (broken cable, and so forth) versus a network idle condition (PLC set to

‘Program’).

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PowerFlex 700L

PowerFlex Architecture-Class LCD Human Interface Modules

An LCD Human Interface Module (also used with the PowerFlex 70, PowerFlex 700, PowerFlex 700S, and

PowerFlex 700H) provides multilingual text for startup, metering, programming, and troubleshooting.

Large and easy to read 7 line x 21 character backlit display

Alternate function keys for shortcuts to common tasks

‘Calculator-like’ number pad for fast and easy data entry (Full Numeric version only)

Control keys for local start, stop, speed, and direction

Remote versions for panel mount applications

PC-based Configuration Tools

Connected Components Workbench

software. A free, simple, and flexible ‘on-line’ tool for monitoring and configuring while connected to a drive.

DriveTools

SP. A suite of software tools which provide an intuitive means for programming, troubleshooting, and maintaining Allen-Bradley AC and DC drives.

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PowerFlex 700L

Catalog Number Explanation

1-3 4 5-7

20L E 800 A

8 a b c d

Code

E

F

C

D

Code

20L

a

Drive

b

Voltage Rating

Voltage

400V AC

480V AC

600V AC

690V AC

Type

PowerFlex 700L

Ph.

3

3

3

3

Code

360

650

1K2

c1

ND Rating

400V, 60 Hz Input

Amps

360

650

1250

Hp (KW)

268 (200)

500 (370)

960 (715)

c2

ND Rating

480V, 60 Hz Input

Amps

360

650

1250

Hp (KW)

300 (224)

600 (445)

1150 (860)

Frame

2

3A

3B

Code

360

650

1K2

Frame

2

3A

3B

c3

ND Rating

600V, 60 Hz Input

Code Amps Hp (KW) Frame

425 425 465 (345) 3A

800

1K1

800

1175

870 (650)

1275 (950)

3B

3B

Must operate at 2 kHZ PWM only, and only as a standalone inverter module (“K” in position 13).

c4

ND Rating

690V, 60 Hz Input

Code Amps Hp (KW) Frame

380 380 475 (355) 3A

705

1K0

705

1050

881 (657)

1310 (980)

3B

3B

Must operate at 2 kHZ PWM only, and only as a standalone inverter module (“K” in position 13).

0

9 e

10

E

f

Position

11 12

N N

g h

13

A

i

d

Enclosure

Code Type

Conformal

Coating

A

N

NEMA/UL Type 1, IP20

Open-Chassis Style/IP00

Frame 3 complete drive.

Frame 2 drive and frame 3 input filter and power modules.

No

No

e

HIM

Code Operator Interface

0

3

No HIM/Blank Cover

Full Numeric LCD

C Door-Mounted Full Numeric LCD

Frame 2 and frame 3 power modules.

Frame 3 complete drive only.

Code

E

N

Q

f

Documentation

Documents

English Doc Set

No Documentation

No Documentation

Ship Carton

Yes

Yes

No

Code

N

Code

N

g

Brake w/Brake IGBT

No

h

Brake Resistor w/Resistor

No

14

N

j

15

1

k l

16 17 18

0 W A

m n

i

Equipment Type

Code Description

A

C

E

G

Complete Regenerative Drive - Std.

Interrupt Rating

Input Filter

Combined Active Converter/

Inverter Power Module

Active Converter

Power Module

J

K

Inverter Power Module -

Coupled Version

Inverter Power Module -

Common DC Bus Version

L Dual Inverter Power Module

P

Active Converter Power

Module - Stand Alone Version

X Spare Power Module

No control cassettes.

Frame

2, 3A, and 3B

3A and 3B

3A only

3B only

3B only

3B only

3A only

3B only

3A and 3B

j

Comm Slot

Code Communication Option

DPI User-

Installed Kit

Cat. No.

N

C

D

E

1

2

3

None

ControlNet (Coax) - DPI ‡

DeviceNet - DPI ‡

EtherNet/IP - DPI ‡

DriveLogix Comm Option,

ControlNet (Coax)

DriveLogix Comm Option,

ControlNet Redundant (Coax)

DriveLogix Comm Option,

ControlNet (Fiber)

N

20-COMM-C

20-COMM-D

20-COMM-E

4

5

DriveLogix Comm Option,

ControlNet Redundant (Fiber)

DriveLogix Comm Option,

DeviceNet (Open

Connection)

6

DriveLogix Comm Option,

DeviceNet (Twisted Pair)

For 700S Phase II Control with DriveLogix5730, comm. slot option selections are mutually exclusive. For two communication adapters, (DPI and DriveLogix), select the

DriveLogix comm. slot option and order the DPI user installed kit catalog number separately.

‡ 700 Vector Control uses DPI comm. slot options only.

DriveLogix comm. slot options require 700S Phase II

Control with DriveLogix5730.

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PowerFlex 700L

1-3 4 5-7

20L E 800 A

8 a b c d

k

Control Option

Code Control Cassette

Logic

Expansion

Synch

Link

1

2

700VC 24V I/

O

700VC 115V

I/O

Base

Base

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

A 700S Ph. II Expanded No No

B

C

700S Ph. II Expanded

700S Ph. II Expanded

No

Yes

Yes

No

D

W

700S Ph. II Expanded

None

N/A

Yes

N/A

Yes

N/A

Frame 3 input filter, Active Converter Power Modules, and spare power modules.

Requires DriveLogix5730.

e

0

9 10

E

f g

Position

11 12

N N

h

13

A

i

l

Feedback

Code

Control

Option

Type

0 All None

1

A

B

700VC

700S Ph. II

700S Ph. II

Encoder 5V/12V

Resolver

Hi-Res. Stegmann Encoder

Multi-Device Interface

❤ ✠

C 700S Ph. II

E 700S Ph. II

S 700S Ph. II

Requires expanded cassette.

2nd Encoder

Safe-Off (w/2nd Encoder)

Multi-Device Interface allows the connection of the

Stegmann and Temposonics linear sensors. The

Temposonics sensor cannot be used to close motor control or speed loops.

14

N

j k

15

1

l

16 17 18

0 W A

m n

Code

W

E

K

L

m

Additional 700S Configuration

Logix Option

None

Phase II Control

Phase II Control with DriveLogix5730

Phase II Control with DriveLogix5730

Embedded

Comm.

No

No

EtherNet/IP

Code Coolant

N

A

None

Water

n

Coolant Type

Frame

3 Input Filter only

All

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PowerFlex 700L

Standard Drive Product Selection

400V AC Three-phase Drives

Cont.

360

650

1250

Output Amps (with 400V AC Induction Motor)

(1)

Normal Duty Heavy Duty

Cont.

110%

1 min

396

150%

3 s

540

150%

1 min

396

715

1375

975

1875

264

475

915

715

1375

200%

3 s

540

975

1875

Nominal Power Ratings

Normal Duty Heavy Duty kW Hp kW Hp

200

370

715

268

500

960

150

270

525

200

365

700

(1) Frame 2 ratings are based on 50 °C ambient and 50 °C coolant. Frame 3A and 3B ratings are based on 40 °C ambient and 40 °C coolant.

(2) Frames 3A and 3B only. Frame 2 drives are IP00, NEMA/UL Type Open.

IP20, NEMA/UL Type 1

(2)

Cat. No.

20LC360N0ENNAN10WA

20LC650A0ENNAN10WA

20LC1K2A0ENNAN10WA

Frame

Size

PWM

Freq.

(kHz)

2

3A

3B

4

4

4

480V AC Three-phase Drives

Cont.

360

650

1250

Output Amps (with 480V AC Induction Motor)

(1)

Normal Duty Heavy Duty

Cont.

110%

1 min

396

150%

3 s

540

150%

1 min

396

715

1375

975

1875

264

475

915

715

1375

200%

3 s

540

975

1875

Nominal Power Ratings

Normal Duty Heavy Duty kW Hp kW Hp

224

445

860

300

600

1150

175

325

630

235

440

845

(1) Frame 2 ratings are based on 50 °C ambient and 50 °C coolant. Frame 3A and 3B ratings are based on 40 °C ambient and 40 °C coolant.

(2) Frames 3A and 3B only. Frame 2 drives are IP00, NEMA/UL Type Open.

IP20, NEMA/UL Type 1

(2)

Cat. No.

20LD360N0ENNAN10WA

20LD650A0ENNAN10WA

20LD1K2A0ENNAN10WA

Frame

Size

PWM

Freq.

(kHz)

2

3A

3B

4

4

4

600V AC Three-phase Drives

Cont.

425

800

1175

Output Amps (with 600V AC Induction Motor)

(1)

Normal Duty Heavy Duty

Cont.

110%

1 min

470

150%

3 s

640

150%

1 min

470

885

1295

1200

1765

315

590

860

885

1295

200%

3 s

640

1200

1765

Nominal Power Ratings

Normal Duty Heavy Duty kW Hp kW Hp

345

650

955

465

870

1275

(1) Frame 3A and 3B ratings are based on 40 °C ambient and 40 °C coolant.

(2) Must operate at 2 kHz PWM only, and only as a stand-alone inverter module (‘K’ in catalog string position 13).

255

480

695

345

640

935

IP20, NEMA/UL Type 1

Cat. No.

20LE425A0ENNAN10WA

20LE800A0ENNAN10WA

20LE1K1A0ENNAN10WA

Frame

Size

PWM

Freq.

(kHz)

3A

3B

3B

4

4

2

(2)

690V AC Three-phase Drives

Cont.

380

705

1050

Output Amps (with 690V AC Induction Motor)

(1)

Normal Duty Heavy Duty

Cont.

110%

1 min

420

150%

3 s

570

150%

1 min

420

780

1155

1060

1575

280

520

770

780

1155

200%

3 s

570

1060

1575

Nominal Power Ratings

Normal Duty Heavy Duty kW Hp kW Hp

355

657

980

475

881

1315

(1) Frame 3A and 3B ratings are based on 40 °C ambient and 40 °C coolant.

(2) Must operate at 2 kHz PWM only, and only as a stand-alone inverter module (‘K’ in catalog string position 13).

260

485

720

350

650

965

IP20, NEMA/UL Type 1

Cat. No.

20LF380A0ENNAN10WA

20LF705A0ENNAN10WA

20LF1K0A0ENNAN10WA

Frame

Size

PWM

Freq.

(kHz)

3A

3B

4

4

2

(2)

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PowerFlex 700L

Factory Installed Options

Human Interface and Wireless Interface Modules

IP20, NEMA/UL Type 1 (Position e)

Cat. Code: 0

No HIM (Blank Plate)

Cat. Code: 3

LCD Display, Full

Numeric Keypad

Documentation

English Documentation Set

Description

No Documentation

Cat. Code: C

Door Mounted Bezel

LCD Display, Full

Numeric Keypad

NEMA/UL Type 1

Feedback Options

All

Control

T

700S y

700VC p

Phase II e D e s c r i p t i o n

No Encoder

12V/5V Encoder

Resolver, 10…26V, 10 kHz, 10…16 bit

Stegmann - High Resolution Encoder Hyperface,

8.5V dc, 20 bit, 100k/r

Multi-Device Interface - for Stegmann or Linear

Temposonics

2nd Encoder, 5V or 12V Configurable by the Drive

DriveGuard Safe-Off (w/2nd Encoder)

Requires Expanded Cassette.

Cat. Code

(Position l)

0

1

A

B

C

E

S

Cat. Code

(Position f)

E

N

Additional 700S Configurations

Description

None

P h a s e I I C o n t r o l

Phase II Control, with DriveLogix5730 Controller

Phase II Control, with DriveLogix5730 Controller

& EtherNet/IP

Embedded

Communication

No

No

EtherNet/IP

Cat. Code

(Position m)

W

E

K

L

Internal Communication Adapters

Description

None

ControlNet™ Communication Adapter (Coax)

DeviceNet™ Communication Adapter

EtherNet/IP™ Communication Adapter

DriveLogix Comm Option, ControlNet (Coax)

DriveLogix Comm Option, ControlNet Redundant (Coax)

DriveLogix Comm Option, ControlNet (Fiber)

DriveLogix Comm Option, ControlNet Redundant (Fiber)

DriveLogix Comm Option, DeviceNet (Open Conn.)

DriveLogix Comm Option, EtherNet/IP (Twisted Pair)

700 Vector Control uses DPI comm. slot options only.

DriveLogix comm. slot option requires 700S Phase II Control with

DriveLogix5730.

Cat. Code

(Position j)

N

C

D

4

5

6

2

3

E

1

Control Options

Control Option

700VC - 24V I/O

700VC - 115V I/O

Phase II Control

Phase II Control

Requires DriveLogix5730.

Description

Base Cassette

Base Cassette

Expanded Cassette Only

Expanded Cassette w/SynchLink

Expanded Cassette w/Logix

Expansion Board

Expanded Cassette w/Logix

Expansion Board & SynchLink

Cat. Code

(Position k)

1

2

A

B

C

D

Coolant Options

D e s c r i p t i on

W a t e r

Frame

A ll

Cat. Code

(Position n)

A

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PowerFlex 700L

User Installed Options

For information on user installed options, see the PowerFlex Low Voltage AC Drives Selection Guide, publication

PFLEX-SG002 .

Product Dimensions

Frame 2 Drive

730.2

(28.75)

591.2

(23.28)

153.8

(6.06)

389.6

(15.34)

351.0

(13.82)

Dimensions are in millimeters and (inches).

See

DETAIL

A

566.1

(22.29)

BACK VIEW

See

DETAIL

B

4x Ø

8.5 (0.33)

Ground Terminal with 2 Clearance

Holes for M8 Stud

66.6

(2.62)

423.8

(16.68)

POWER

STS

PORT

MOD

NET A

NET B

Motor

Output

Terminals

W/T3

V/T2

U/T1

3x Clearance

Hole for

M8 Stud

955.7

(37.63)

46.9

(1.85)

Coolant Inlet

37 Deg Flare -12

Coolant Outlet

37 Deg Flare -12

3x Clearance

Hole for

M8 Stud

SIDE VIEW

R/L1 S/L2 T/L3

AC Input Terminals

Stirring

Fan

Housing

FRONT VIEW

8.6 (0.34)

4x

16 (0.63)

4x

14.9 (0.59)

4x

4x Ø

15.0 (0.59)

DETAIL A

Weight: 186 kg (410 lb)

DETAIL B

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Frame 3A/3B Drive

C Dimensions are in millimeters and (inches).

38

(1.50)

INPUT

FILTER BAY

G

Ø35 (Ø1.38)

POWER

MODULE BAY

H

61 (2.39)

65 (2.56)

J

PowerFlex 700L

B

D Max.

E

OUTLET

INLET

A F Max.

Frame

Size

3A

3B

Dimensions

A B C D E F

1200 (47.2) 2000 (78.7) 600 (23.6) 2078 (81.9) 1500 (59.1) 233 (9.2)

1600 (63.0) 2200 (86.6) 800 (31.5) 2278 (89.8) 1500 (59.1) 233 (9.2)

G H J

Weight kg (lb)

Complete Drive

542 (21.3) 542 (21.3) 535 (21.1) 950 (2090)

542 (21.3) 942 (37.1) 735 (28.9) 1361 (3000)

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PowerFlex 700L

Installation Considerations

Power Wiring

The PowerFlex 700L has the following built-in protective features to help simplify installation:

Ground fault protection during start up and running ensures reliable operation

Electronic motor overload protection increases motor life

AC Supply Source Considerations

PowerFlex 700L Liquid-Cooled AC drives are suitable for use on a circuit capable of delivering up to a maximum of

200,000 rms symmetrical amperes.

PowerFlex 700L Liquid Cooled AC drives should not be used on undersized or high-impedance supply systems. The supply system kVA should be equal to or greater than the drive-rated kW, and the system impedance should be less than

10%. Operation outside these limits could cause instability resulting in drive shutdown.

PowerFlex 700L Liquid Cooled AC drives have a built-in LCL filter which includes a 3% input line reactor. Additional input line reactors are not recommended.

Unbalanced, Ungrounded or Resistive Grounded Distribution Systems

Removable MOV to ground and common mode capacitors to ground ensure compatibility with ungrounded systems.

These devices must be disconnected if the drive is installed on a resistive grounded distribution system, an ungrounded distribution system, or a B phase grounded distribution system. These devices must also be disconnected if a regenerative unit is used as a bus supply or brake.

Input Power Conditioning

Certain events on the power system supplying a drive can cause component damage or shortened product life. These events include the following:

The power system has power factor correction capacitors switched in and out of the system, either by the user or by the power company.

The power source has intermittent voltage spikes in excess of 6000 volts. These spikes could be caused by other equipment on the line or by events such as lightning strikes.

The power source has frequent interruptions.

There are many other factors that must be considered for optimal performance in any given application. Primary

Installation Considerations on page 13 highlights the primary installation considerations. For detailed recommendations

on input power conditioning, reflected wave protection, and motor cable types, see the Wiring and Grounding Guidelines for PWM AC Drives, Installation Instructions, publication DRIVES-IN001 .

EMC Requirements

The 700VC control option for frame 2 comes with two common mode chokes—one for input and one for output. The

700S control option for frame 2 requires a field-installed kit SK-L1-CHK2-F2. See the PowerFlex 700L User Manual, publication 20L-UM001, for other CE requirements. PowerFlex 700L frame 3A and 3B drives do not require common mode chokes for CE compliance.

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PowerFlex 700L

Primary Installation Considerations

(Frame 2 Drive Shown)

EMC Requirements - Page 12

Reflected Wave Reduction - Page 9

Cable Recommendations - Page 18

Integral Class 10 Motor Overload

Motor Recommendations -See http://ab.rockwellautomation.com/Motors

POWER

STS

PORT

MOD

NET A

NET B

LCD Human Interface Module -

Page 9

Removable MOV and Caps (underneath cover) - See the PowerFlex

700L User Manual, publication 20L-UM001

EMC Requirements - See the PowerFlex 700L User Manual, publication 20L-UM001

Input Power Conditioning - Page 12

Power Ratings and Branch Circuit Protection - Page 19

Unbalanced, Ungrounded or Resistive Grounded

Distribution Systems - Page 12

AC Supply Source Considerations - Page 12

Frame 2 Drive

Recommended Mounting Clearances

Specified vertical clearance requirements are intended to be from drive to drive. Other objects can occupy this space; however, reduced air flow may cause protection circuits to fault the drive. In addition, inlet air temperature must not exceed the product specification.

101.6 mm

(4.0 in.)

101.6 mm

(4.0 in.)

Mounting Requirements

101.6 mm

(4.0 in.)

The PowerFlex700L frame 2 drive is a single integrated assembly consisting of a filter section and a power section. The filter section provides the mounting feet and represents greater than 50% of the approximately 186 kg (410 lb) total weight. Follow these mounting requirement guidelines:

Mount the frame 2 drive into an enclosure that is designed according to Electrical Equipment Pollution Degree 2 requirements.

101.6 mm

(4.0 in.)

Size and fasten any enclosure mounting panel appropriately to accommodate for the weight of the drive.

See the PowerFlex 700L User Manual, publication 20L-UM001 , for detailed mounting instructions.

101.6 mm

(4.0 in.)

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Determining Wire Routing for Control, Ground, Drive Input, and Motor Output

All wiring should be installed in conformance with the applicable local, national, and international codes (for example,

NEC/CEC). Signal wiring, control wiring, and power wiring must be routed in separate conduits to prevent interference with drive operation. When hubs are not provided, use grommets to guard against wire chafing.

Do not route signal and control wiring with power wiring in the same conduit. This can cause interference with drive operation. Failure to observe this precaution can result in damage to, or destruction of, the equipment.

Do not route more than three sets of motor leads through a single conduit. This minimizes cross-talk that can reduce the effectiveness of noise reduction methods. If more than three drive/motor connections per conduit are required, shielded cable must be used. If possible, each conduit should contain only one set of motor leads.

Frame 2 Locations for Control Wire Routing, DPI Communication Port, and Coolant Connections

28.0

(1.10)

Dimensions are in millimeters and (inches).

Control Wire

Conduit Plug

62.7 (2.47) Dia.

DPI Communications Port

Coolant Inlet

223.2

(8.79)

222.0

(8.74)

280.5

(11.04)

152.0

(5.98)

112.0

(4.41)

72.0

(2.83)

12.6

(0.50)

Control Wire

Conduit Plug

22.2 (0.87) Dia.

Coolant Outlet

Bottom View of Drive

R/L1 S/L2 T/L3

199.9

(7.87)

257.1

(10.12)

245.8

(9.68)

290.4

(11.43)

481.8

(18.97)

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Frame 2 Power Terminal Locations

W/T3

V/T2

U/T1

A

DC+

Testpoint

DC-

Testpoint

A

Section A-A

PowerFlex 700L

R/L1 S/L2

T/L3

Frame 2 Power Terminal Specifications

Item Name Description

Input Power Bus Bar

(1)

R/L1, S/L2, T/L3

Input power

Recommended Tightening

Torque (+10%)

40 N•m (354 lb•in)

Output Power Bus Bar

(1)

U/T1, V/T2, W/T3

PE, Motor Ground Bus Bar

(1)

Motor connections 40 N•m (354 lb•in)

Terminating point for wiring shields and grounds 40 N•m (354 lb•in)

DC Bus Test Point Socket

(2)

(2 Terminals; DC+, DC-)

4 mm socket for DC bus voltage measurement only —

(1) These connections are bus bar type terminations and require the use of lug connectors.

(2) Use only to verify that DC bus capacitors are discharged before servicing the power module. No other external use is permitted.

(3) Apply counter torque to the nut on the other side of terminations when tightening or loosening the terminal bolt to avoid damage to the terminal.

M8

Terminal Bolt

Size

(3)

M8

M8

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Frame 3A/3B Drive

Recommended Mounting Clearances

Verify that there is adequate clearance for air circulation around the drive enclosures. A 15 cm (6 in.) minimum clearance is required wherever vents in the cabinet are located.

Determining Wire Routing for Control, Ground, Drive Input, and Motor Output

All wiring should be installed in conformance with the applicable local, national, and international codes (for example,

NEC/CEC). Signal wiring, control wiring, and power wiring must be routed in separate conduits to prevent interference with drive operation. When hubs are not provided, use grommets to guard against wire chafing.

Do not route signal and control wiring with power wiring in the same conduit. This can cause interference with drive operation. Failure to observe this precaution can result in damage to, or destruction of, the equipment.

Do not route more than three sets of motor leads through a single conduit. This minimizes cross-talk that can reduce the effectiveness of noise reduction methods. If more than three drive/motor connections per conduit are required, shielded cable must be used. If possible, each conduit should contain only one set of motor leads.

Frame 3A Power Terminal Locations

➊ ➋

POWER

STS

PORT

MOD

NET A

NET B

(Drive shown with doors removed)

DC POSITIVE

TB5

DC NEGATIVE

1 120 VAC

2 PRECHARGE COIL

3 120 VAC NEUTRAL

24 VDC

5 PR HARGE FEEDBACK

GATE ENABLE

7 INDUCTOR OVERTEMP

WIRE RANGE:

24-10 AWG

(0.2-4 MM)

STRIP LENGTH:

0.31 IN (8 MM)

TORQUE:

8 IN-LB

(0.9 N-M)

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Coolant Outlet

Coolant Inlet

PowerFlex 700L

Frame 3B Power Terminal Locations

POWER

STS

PORT

MOD

NET A

NET B

(Drive shown with doors removed)

TB5

DC POSITIVE

DC NEGATIVE

1 120 VAC

2 PRECHARGE COIL

24 VDC

4 PR HARGE FEEDBACK

ATE ENABLE

6 INDUCTOR OVERTEMP

WIRE RANGE:

24-10 AWG

(0.2-4 MM)

STRIP LENGTH:

0.31 IN (8 MM)

TORQUE:

8 IN-LB

(0.9 N-M)

Coolant Outlet

Coolant Inlet

Frame 3A/3B Power Terminal Specifications

Item Name

Input Power Wire Lugs

R/L1, S/L2, T/L3

Description

Input power connections on drive

Frame

Size

3A

3B

Wire Size Range

(4)

Maximum Minimum

400 MCM

1000 MCM

3/0

500 MCM

PE Wire Lug

Output Power Bus Bar

(1)

U/T1, V/T2, W/T3

Terminating point for ground wires

Motor connections

3A or 3B

3A or 3B

600 MCM

DC Bus Test Point Socket

(2)

(2

Terminals; DC+, DC-)

4 mm socket for DC bus voltage measurement only

3A or 3B —

DC Power Bus Bar

(1) (3)

(2 Terminals; DC+, DC-)

DC power from Converter Power Module to

Inverter Power Module

3B

(1) These connections are bus bar type terminations and require the use of lug connectors.

(2) Use only to verify that DC bus capacitors are discharged before servicing the power module. No other external use is permitted.

(3) Size DC power conductors for current carrying capacity as follows: 400/480V, 1000 Amps; 600/690V, 800 Amps.

(4) Maximum/minimum sizes that the terminals will accept - these are not recommendations.

# 2 AWG

Recommended Tightening

Torque (+10%)

42 N•m (375 lb•in)

62 N•m (550 lb•in)

34 N•m (300 lb•in)

62 N•m (550 lb•in)

62 N•m (550 lb•in)

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Cable Recommendations

Cable Types Acceptable for 200-600 Volt Installations

A variety of cable types are acceptable for drive installations. For many installations, unshielded cable is adequate, provided it can be separated from sensitive circuits. As an approximate guide, allow a spacing of 0.3 meters (1 foot) for every 10 meters (32.8 feet) of length. In all cases, long parallel runs must be avoided. Do not use cable with an insulation thickness less than or equal to 15 mils (0.4mm/0.015 in.). Use Copper wire only. Wire gauge requirements and recommendations are based on 75 °C (167 °F). Do not reduce wire gauge when using higher temperature wire. See the table on page 19 .

Unshielded Cable

THHN, THWN, or similar wire is acceptable for drive installation in dry environments provided adequate free air space and/or conduit fill rate limits are used. Do not use THHN or similarly coated wire in wet areas. Any wire chosen must have a minimum insulation thickness of 15 mils (0.4mm/0.015 in.) and should not have large variations in insulation concentricity.

Shielded Cable

Shielded cable contains all of the general benefits of multi-conductor cable with the added benefit of a copper braided shield that can contain much of the noise generated by a typical AC drive. Strong consideration for shielded cable should be given in installations with sensitive equipment such as weigh scales, capacitive proximity switches, and other devices that may be affected by electrical noise in the distribution system. Applications with large numbers of drives in a similar location, imposed EMC regulations, or a high degree of communication/networking are also good candidates for shielded cable.

Shielded cable may also help reduce shaft voltage and induced bearing currents for some applications. In addition, the increased impedance of shielded cable may help extend the distance that the motor can be located from the drive without the addition of motor protective devices such as terminator networks. See ‘Reflected Wave’ in Wiring and Grounding

Guidelines for Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) AC Drives, publication DRIVES-IN001 .

Consideration should be given to all of the general specifications dictated by the environment of the installation, including temperature, flexibility, moisture characteristics, and chemical resistance. Additionally, a braided shield should be included and be specified by the cable manufacturer as having coverage of at least 75%. An additional foil shield can greatly improve noise containment.

A good example of recommended cable is Belden

®

29528-29532 (AWG-1 through AWG-410). This cable has three XLPE insulated conductors plus ground with a spiral copper shield surrounded by a PVC jacket.

Other types of shielded cable are available, but the selection of these types may limit the allowable cable length. Particularly, some of the newer cables twist 4 conductors of THHN wire and wrap them tightly with a foil shield. This construction can greatly increase the cable charging current required, and reduce the overall drive performance. These cables are not recommended.

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Armored Cable

Cable with continuous aluminum armor is often recommended in drive system applications or specific industries. It offers most of the advantages of standard shielded cable and also combines considerable mechanical strength and resistance to moisture. It can be installed in concealed and exposed manners and removes the requirement for conduit (EMT) in the installation. It can also be directly buried or embedded in concrete.

Because noise containment can be affected by incidental grounding of the armor to building steel when the cable is mounted, we recommend that the armor cable have an overall PVC jacket. For details, see ‘Wire Types’ in Wiring and

Grounding Guidelines for Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) AC Drives, publication DRIVES-IN001 .

Interlocked armor is acceptable for shorter cable runs, but continuous welded armor is preferred.

Best performance is achieved with three spaced ground conductors, but acceptable performance for drives below 200 Hp is provided by way of a single ground conductor.

Location

Standard (Option 1)

Standard (Option 2)

Class I & II;

Division I & II

Cable Rating/Type

1000V, 90 °C (194 °F) XHHW2/RHW-2

Anixter B29528-B29532, Belden 29528-29532, or equivalent

Tray rated 1000V, 90 °C (194 °F) RHH/RHW-2

Anixter OLFLEX-76xxx03, or equivalent

Tray rated 1000V, 90 °C (194 °F) RHH/RHW-2

Anixter 7VFD-xxxx, or equivalent

Description

Four tinned copper conductors with XLPE insulation.

Copper braid/aluminum foil combination shield and tinned copper drain wire.

PVC jacket.

Three tinned copper conductors with XLPE insulation.

Corrugated copper tape with three bare copper grounds in contact with shield.

PVC jacket.

Three bare copper conductors with XLPE insulation and impervious corrugated continuously welded aluminum armor.

Black sunlight resistant PVC jacket overall.

Three copper grounds.

Cable Trays and Conduit

If cable trays or large conduits are to be used, see the guidelines in Wiring and Grounding Guidelines for Pulse Width

Modulated (PWM) AC Drives, publication DRIVES-IN001.

Fuse and Circuit Breaker Ratings

Most codes require that upstream branch circuit protection be provided to protect input power wiring. The frame 2 drive does not provide input power short circuit protection.

The tables on the following pages provide recommended AC line input fuse and circuit breaker information. See below for

UL and IEC requirements. Sizes listed are the recommended sizes based on 40 °C (104 °F) and the U.S. NEC. Other country, state or local codes may require different ratings. Tables with DC link fuse recommendations for DC input drives are also provided.

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Fusing

The recommended fuse types are listed below. If available current ratings do not match the tables provided, the next higher fuse rating should be chosen.

IEC – BS88 (British Standard) Parts 1 & 2, EN60269-1, Parts 1 & 2

(1)

, type gG fuses or equivalent should be used.

UL – UL Class T, J or L fuses should be used.

Circuit Breakers

The ‘non-fuse’ listings in the following tables include inverse time circuit breakers, instantaneous trip circuit breakers

(motor circuit protectors), and 140M self-protected combination motor controllers. If one of these is chosen as the desired protection method, the following requirements apply.

IEC – Both types of circuit breakers and 140M self-protected combination motor controllers are acceptable for IEC installations.

UL – Only inverse time circuit breakers and the specified 140M self-protected combination motor controllers are acceptable for UL installations.

400 Volt AC Input Protection Devices

Drive

Catalog

Number

20LC360

Frame

2

HP (kW) Rating Input Rating Dual Element

Time Delay Fuse

Amps Min.

(1)

Max.

(2)

ND

268 (200)

HD

— 360

200 (150) 264

500

400

750

650

Non-Time Delay Fuse

Min.

500

450

Max.

900

900

Circuit Breaker

Max.

900

900

(4)

(3)

Motor Circuit Protector

(1) Minimum protection device size is the lowest rated device that supplies maximum protection without nuisance tripping.

(2) Maximum protection device size is the highest rated device that supplies drive protection. For US NEC, minimum size is 125% of motor FLA. Ratings shown are maximum.

(3) Circuit Breaker - inverse time breaker. For US NEC, minimum size is 125% of motor FLA. Ratings shown are maximum

(4) Maximum allowable rating by US NEC. Exact size must be chosen for each installation.

(5) Motor Circuit Protector - instantaneous trip circuit breaker. For US NEC minimum size is 125% of motor FLA. Ratings shown are maximum

Max.

600

400

(5)

480 Volt AC Input Protection Devices

Drive

Catalog

Number

20LD360

Frame

2

HP (kW) Rating Input Rating Dual Element

Time Delay Fuse

Amps Min.

(1)

Max.

(2)

ND

300 (224)

HD

— 360

235 (175) 264

500

400

750

650

Non-Time Delay Fuse

Min.

500

450

Max.

900

900

Circuit Breaker

Max.

900

900

(4)

(3)

Motor Circuit Protector

(1) Minimum protection device size is the lowest rated device that supplies maximum protection without nuisance tripping.

(2) Maximum protection device size is the highest rated device that supplies drive protection. For US NEC, minimum size is 125% of motor FLA. Ratings shown are maximum.

(3) Circuit Breaker - inverse time breaker. For US NEC, minimum size is 125% of motor FLA. Ratings shown are maximum

(4) Maximum allowable rating by US NEC. Exact size must be chosen for each installation.

(5) Motor Circuit Protector - instantaneous trip circuit breaker. For US NEC minimum size is 125% of motor FLA. Ratings shown are maximum

Max.

600

400

(5)

(1) Typical designations include, but may not be limited to the following; Parts 1 & 2: AC, AD, BC, BD, CD, DD, ED, EFS, EF, FF, FG, GF, GG, GH.

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540 Volt DC Input Fusing

Drive

Catalog

Number

20LC650

20LC1K2

Frame

3A

3B

HP (kW) Rating DC Input

Rating

ND HD Amps

500 (370) 365 (270) 1250

(1)

960 (715) 700 (525) 1250

Bussmann Fuse

Amps

2000

2000

(1) Only the Dual Inverter for PowerFlex 700L Frame 3A is available as a DC input inverter.

(2) Two 1000A Bussmann 170M6614 fuses per phase can also be used.

Catalog No.

170M6621

(2)

170M6621

(2)

650 Volt DC Input Fusing

Drive

Catalog

Number

20LD650

20LD1K2

Frame

3A

3B

HP (kW) Rating DC Input

Rating

ND HD Amps

600 (445) 440 (325) 1250

(1)

1150 (860) 845 (630) 1250

Bussmann Fuse

Amps

2000

2000

(1) Only the Dual Inverter for PowerFlex 700L Frame 3A is available as a DC input inverter.

(2) Two 1000A Bussmann 170M6614 fuses per phase can also be used.

Catalog No.

170M6621

(2)

170M6621

(2)

810 Volt DC Input Fusing

Drive

Catalog

Number

20LE425

20LE800

20LE1K1

Frame

3A

3B

3B

HP (kW) Rating

ND HD Amps

465 (345) 345 (255) 850

(1)

870 (650) 640 (480)

DC Input

Rating

800

1275 (955) 935 (695) 1175

Bussmann Fuse

Amps

1400

1250

900 (2 per phase)

(1) Only the Dual Inverter for PowerFlex 700L Frame 3A is available as a DC input inverter.

(2) Two 700A Bussmann 170M6695 fuses per phase can also be used.

(3) Two 630A Bussmann 170M6694 fuses per phase can also be used.

Catalog No.

170M6701

(2)

170M6700

(3)

170M6697

932 Volt DC Input Fusing

Drive

Catalog

Number

20LF380

20LF705

20LF1K0

Frame

3A

3B

3B

HP (kW) Rating

ND HD Amps

475 (355) 350 (260) 760

(1)

881 (657) 650 (485)

DC Input

Rating

705

1315 (980) 965 (720) 1050

Bussmann Fuse

Amps

1250

1100

800 (2 per phase)

(1) Only the Dual Inverter for PowerFlex 700L Frame 3A is available as a DC input inverter.

(2) Two 630A Bussmann 170M6694 fuses per phase can also be used.

(3) Two 550A Bussmann 170M6693 fuses per phase can also be used.

Catalog No.

170M6700

(2)

170M6699

(3)

170M6696

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Circuit Breakers for Frame 3A/3B Complete Drives

Frame 3A/3B complete drives include an input power circuit breaker. The value of the circuit breaker provided with the drive is listed in the table below.

Frame Size Input Voltage Circuit Breaker Provided Shunt Trip Rating

3A 400…480V AC 800 A 65 kAIC

3B

575…690V AC 800 A

400…480V AC 1500 A

575…690V AC 1500 A

35 kAIC

100 kAIC

35 kAIC

Maximum Motor Cable Lengths

See the Wiring and Grounding Guidelines for Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) AC Drives, Installation Instructions, publication DRIVES-IN001 , for details on maximum motor cable lengths.

DPI Connections

Frame 2

Drive Connection Points

The PowerFlex 700L frame 2 drive provides a number of cable connection points as shown in the illustration. If an additional external HIM is required for the application, the HIM can be connected to the DPI port on the bottom of the drive. Only one additional external HIM device may be connected. The use of two external HIM devices is not supported.

If multiple external HIM devices are required, then install a user-supplied splitter cable or splitter box.

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External

HIM Option

3

2

Drive

HIM Option

1

Communications

Adapter Option

4

5

Active

Converter PCB

External

DPI Cable

Bottom View of Drive

R/L1 S/L2 T/L3

4

5

2

3

Item Connector

1

DPI Port 1

DPI Port 2

DPI Port 3 or 2

DPI Port 5

DPI Port 6

Description

HIM connection when installed in the drive.

Cable connection for handheld and remote options.

Splitter cable connection to DPI Port 2 provides additional port.

Cable connection for communications adapter.

Internal DPI connection to Active Converter pcb.

External Door-mounted HIM Connection (Optional)

For a frame 2 drive installed in a user-supplied enclosure, an optional external door-mounted HIM may be connected as an alternative to the external HIM option. The cable supplied with the door-mounted HIM option kit connects to the DPI port on the bottom of the drive (see drawing above). For additional installation information, see the instructions provided with the door-mount HIM option kit.

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Frame 3A

Drive Connection Points

The PowerFlex 700L provides a number of cable connection points as shown in the drawing below. If an additional external

HIM is required for the application, the HIM can be connected to the DPI port on the bottom of the power module. Only one additional external HIM device may be connected. The use of two external HIM devices is not supported. If multiple external HIM devices are required, then install a user-supplied splitter cable or splitter box.

Combined

Active Converter/Inverter

Power Module

Power Module HIM Option

Communications Adapter Option

External

HIM Option

External

DPI Cable

Active

Converter PCB

Internal DPI Cable

Bottom View of Power Module

No Connection Permitted

Item Connector

DPI Port 1

DPI Port 2

DPI Port 3 or 2

DPI Port 5

DPI Port 6

Description

HIM connection when installed in power module.

Cable connection for handheld and remote options.

Splitter cable connected to DPI Port 2 provides an additional port.

Cable connection for communications adapter.

Internal DPI connection to Active Converter PCB.

External Door-mounted HIM Connection (Optional)

For complete drives, the door-mounted HIM is standard equipment. It is located in the door mount bezel on the door of the power module bay.

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Frame 3B

Drive Connection Points

The PowerFlex 700L provides a number of cable connection points as shown in the drawing below. If an additional external

HIM is required for the application, the HIM can be connected to the DPI port on the bottom of the power module. Only one additional external HIM device may be connected. The use of two external HIM devices is not supported. If multiple external HIM devices are required, then install a user-supplied splitter cable or splitter box.

Active Converter

Power Module

Inverter

Power Module

Active

Converter

PCB

Blank HIM

No Connections

Permitted

No Communications

Adapter Permitted

Power Module

HIM Option

Communications

Adapter Option

Inverter-to-Converter

DPI Cable

External

HIM Option

External

DPI Cable

Internal

DPI Cable

Inverter-to-Converter

DPI Cable

Internal

DPI Cable

No Connection

Permitted

Item

Connector

DPI Port 1

DPI Port 2

DPI Port 3 or 2

DPI Port 5

DPI Port 6

Description

HIM connection when installed in power module.

Cable connection for handheld and remote options.

Splitter cable connected to DPI Port 2 provides an additional port.

Cable connection for communications adapter.

Internal DPI connection to Active Converter PCB.

Bottom View of Power Modules

External Door-mounted HIM Connection (Optional)

For complete drives, the door-mounted HIM is standard equipment. It is located in the door mount bezel on the door of the power module bay.

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Control Connections

Frame 2

Frame 2 Control Terminal Locations

1

P1

P2

15

7

1

SHLD

SHLD

➌ ➍

TB1

PE1 PE2

PE1 PE2

Customer Connection Side

Frame 2 Control Terminal Specifications

Item

Name

PowerFlex 700 Vector Control or PowerFlex

700S Phase II Control Cassette Terminal

Blocks

Description Wire Size Range

(1)

Maximum Minimum

See PowerFlex 700 Series B Technical Data, publication 20B-TD001 or

PowerFlex 700S Technical Data, publication 20D-TD002 respectively for details.

Recommended Tightening

Torque (+10%)

Wire Strip

Length

Active Converter Cassette Terminal Blocks

— P1 & P2

SHLD Terminal

Terminal Block — TB1

1b 5: +12/+24V Cooling Loop

1b 6: Cooling Loop Return

1b 7: +24V (digin)

1b 8: Gate Enable

Active Converter AC power and control wiring

Terminating point for control wiring shields on the drive

3.3 mm

2

(#12 AWG)

2.1 mm

2

(#14 AWG)

Drive control wiring:

Output dry contact (12V DC/24V DC, 2 Amps max.) indicating the drive is powered and has completed precharge.

4.0 mm

2

(#10 AWG)

Drive-supplied +24V DC

Enables the firing of the IGBTs. Factory-installed jumper from terminal 1b 7 to terminal 1b 8 allows firing of the IGBTs.

PS- Terminal

PS+ Terminal

300V DC Auxiliary Control voltage

(1) Maximum/minimum sizes that the terminals will accept - these are not recommendations.

0.3 mm

2

(#22 AWG)

0.3 mm

2

(#22 AWG)

0.8 N•m (7 lb•in)

1.4 N•m (12 lb•in)

0.2 mm

2

(#24 AWG)

0.9 N•m (8 lb•in)

4.0 mm

2

(#12 AWG)

0.5 mm

2

(#22 AWG)

0.6 N•m (5.3 lb•in)

8 mm

(0.31 in.)

10 mm

(0.39 in.)

8 mm

(0.31 in.)

10 mm

(0.39 in.)

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Frame 3

Frame 3A Control Terminal Locations

(Drive shown with doors removed)

POWER

STS

PORT

MOD

NET A

NET B

➋ ➌

DC POSITIVE

TB5

DC NEGATIVE

1 120 VAC

2 PRECHARGE COIL

3 120 VAC NEUTRAL

24 VDC

5 PR HARGE FEEDBACK

GATE ENABLE

7 INDUCTOR OVERTEMP

WIRE RANGE:

24-10 AWG

(0.2-4 MM)

STRIP LENGTH:

0.31 IN (8 MM)

TORQUE:

8 IN-LB

(0.9 N-M)

Coolant Outlet

Coolant Inlet

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Frame 3B Control Terminal Locations

➋➌

POWER

STS

PORT

MOD

NET A

NET B

(Drive shown with doors removed)

TB5

DC POSITIVE

DC NEGATIVE

1 120 VAC

2 PRECHARGE COIL

24 VDC

4 PR HARGE FEEDBACK

ATE ENABLE

6 INDUCTOR OVERTEMP

WIRE RANGE:

24-10 AWG

(0.2-4 MM)

STRIP LENGTH:

0.31 IN (8 MM)

TORQUE:

8 IN-LB

(0.9 N-M)

Coolant Outlet

Coolant Inlet

Frame 3A/3B Control Terminal Specifications

Item Name

PowerFlex 700 Vector Control or

PowerFlex 700S Phase II Control

Cassette Terminal Blocks

Description Wire Size Range

(1)

Maximum Minimum

Recommended Tightening

Torque (+10%)

See PowerFlex 700 Series B Technical Data, publication 20B-TD001 or

PowerFlex 700S Technical Data, publication 20D-TD002 respectively for details.

Wire Strip

Length

Wire

Terminal

Active Converter Cassette Terminal

Blocks — P1 & P2

Active Converter AC power and control wiring

SHLD Terminal

3.3 mm

2

(#12 AWG)

Terminating point for control wiring shields on power module

2.1 mm

2

(#14 AWG)

Terminal Blocks — TB5 and TB6 Power module control wiring

(1) Maximum/minimum sizes that the terminals will accept - these are not recommendations.

4.0 mm

2

(#10 AWG)

0.3 mm

2

(#22 AWG)

0.3 mm

2

(#22 AWG)

0.2 mm

2

(#24 AWG)

0.8 N•m (7 lb•in)

1.4 N•m (12 lb•in)

1.4 N•m (12 lb•in)

8 mm

(0.31 in.)

10 mm

(0.39 in.)

8 mm

(0.31 in.) not applicable not applicable not applicable

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Control Highlights

Active Converter Control

File

Monitor

Monitor

Group

Current

Command

Command

Voltage

Power & Time

Temperature

Frequency

Start/Stop

Setpoints

Data Exchange

Parameters

Rated Amps

Input Current R

Input Current S

Rated Volts

Input Voltage RS

Rated Power

AC Line kW

Motoring kWh

Ambient Temp

Line Frequency

Min Line Freq

Start Config

DcLink Reference kVAR Reference

Converter Control

040

041

050

060

061

070

001

002

003

010

011

020

021

022

030

Limit Config

Current Active I Lmt

Active OL I Lmt

100

101

Limit Config

Dynamic Control

Dynam ic Control

AC Line Voltage Ride Through Ena 110

Ride Through Sec 111

Temperature

Frequency

Current Loop

Voltage Loop

Ambnt Temp Alrm

Ambnt Temp Trip

PWM Frequency

AC Low Freq Lmt

Reduce Ilmt Sel

Active I Cmd

Inductance

Voltage Loop Sel

DcLink Command

Capacitance

120

121

130

131

150

151

152

160

161

162

Utility

Utility

Communication

Communication

Drive Memory

Diagnostics

Fault Queue

Datalinks

DPI Status

Param Access Lvl

Reset to Defaults

Alarm Status

Start Inhibit

Fault Frequency

Fault Amps R

Fault Amps S

Fault Config

Fault Clear

Power Up Marker

Data In A1

Data In A2

Data In B1

Data In B2

Connect Status

DPI Error Out

CS Msg Rx Cnt

Masks & Owners Logic Mask

Start Mask

Port Mask Act

Security

Inputs & Outputs Mux’ed Temps

Inputs & Outputs

Digital Inputs

IGBT NTC Temp1

IGBT NTC Temp2

IGBT NTC Temp3

Dig In Status

300

301

302

303

320

321

322

196

197

211

214

220

221

222

238

239

242

340

341

346

330

331

332

350

Digital Outputs Dig Out Status 360

Input Current T

Ground Current

Active Current

004

005

006

Input Voltage ST

Input Voltage TR

012

013

Regen kWh

Lifetime kWh

023

024

Elapsed Run Time 025

IGBT Base Temp 031

Max Line Freq

Min Max Persist

Option Select

Extern Cml Ref

Modulation Index

Converter Status

042

043

051

062

063

071

Reactive RateLmt

I Imbalance Lmt

Low Vac Lmt

Low Vac Time

Base Temp Alrm

Base Temp Trip

AC Low Freq Time 132

AC High Freq Lmt 133

CML Bandwidth

CML Damping

CML Ki

153

154

155

VML Bandwidth

VML Damping

VML Ki

163

164

165

102

103

112

113

122

123

Reset Meters

Language

Fault Amps T

Fault Amps Q

Fault Amps D

Fault Volts RS

Fault Volts ST

Fault 1 Code

Fault 1 Time

Fault 2 Code

Data In C1

Data In C2

Data In D1

Data In D2

CS Msg Tx Cnt

CS Timeout Cnt

CS Msg Bad Cnt

Fault Clr Mask

Stop Owner

Write Mask Cfg

304

305

306

307

323

324

325

200

201

223

224

225

226

227

243

244

245

342

343

347

IGBT NTC Temp4

Coldplate Temp1

IGBT NTC Temp5

Dig In Frc Mask

Dig Out Frc Mask

333

334

335

351

361

Reactive Current

I Imbalance

IT Overload

DcLink Voltage

DcLink Ripple

Life Run Time

Life Power Time

Life Pwr Cycles

IGBT Junct Temp

Change Line Freq

007

008

009

014

015

026

027

028

032

044

Manual Control

Modulation Freq

052

064

Converter Min Vdc 072

I Imbalance Time

Regen I Lmt

High Vac Lmt

High Vac Time

Junct Temp Alrm

Junct Temp Trip

AC High Freq Time 134

AC Maximum dF/dt 135

CML Kp

PF Bandwidth

Reactive I Lmt

156

157

158

VML Kp

VML Kf

VML Reset Level

166

167

168

104

105

114

115

124

125

Drive Checksum

Control SW Ver

Fault VoltsTR

Fault Volts Vdc

Fault Base Temp

Testpoint 1 Sel

Testpoint 1 Data

Fault 2 Time

Fault 3 Code

Fault 3 Time

Data Out A1

Data Out A2

Data Out B1

Data Out B2

PC Msg Rx Cnt

PC Msg Tx Cnt

PC Timeout Cnt

Start Owner

Fault Clr Owner

Write Mask Act

310

311

312

313

326

327

328

203

204

228

229

230

234

235

246

247

248

344

345

348

IGBT NTC Temp6

IGBT NTC Temp7

IGBT NTC Temp8

Dig In Frc Data

Dig Out Frc Data

336

337

338

352

362

V Imbalance

Turn Off Delay

Converter Fault

053

073

V Imbalance Lmt

V Imbalance Time

CldPlt Temp Alrm

116

117

126

Reactive I Cmd

Parallel Config

Bus Capacitance

Password

Testpoint 2 Sel

Testpoint 2 Data

Fault 4 Code

Fault 4 Time

Alarm Config

Data Out C1

Data Out C2

Data Out D1

Data Out D2

CAN Bus Off Cnt

Logic Mask Act

Coldplate Temp2

016

159

249

250

260

314

315

316

317

329

169

170

205

236

237

349

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PowerFlex 700L

PowerFlex 700 Vector Control

Parameter 196 [Param Access Lvl] set to option 1 (Advanced).

File

Monitor

Monitor

Group

Metering

Parameters

Output Freq 001

Commanded Speed 002

Ramped Speed 022

Speed Reference 023

Commanded Torque** 024

Speed Feedback 025

Rated kW 026

Motor Control

Motor Control

Drive Data

Motor Data

Torq Attributes

Motor Type

Motor NP Volts

Motor NP FLA

Motor Cntl Sel

Maximum Voltage

Maximum Freq

Compensation

Flux Up Mode

Flux Up Time

SV Boost Filter

Autotune

Start/Acc Boost Volts per Hertz

Speed Feedback Motor Fdbk Type 412

Encoder PPR 413

Enc Position Fdbk 414

Speed Command

Spd Mode & Limits

Speed Units

Feedback Select

Speed Command

Minimum Speed

079

080

081

Speed References Speed Ref A Sel 090

Speed Ref A Hi 091

Speed Ref A Lo 092

Discrete Speeds

Jog Speed 1

Preset Speed 1

Preset Speed 2

100

101

102

Speed Trim

Slip Comp

Trim In Select

Trim Out Select

Slip RPM @ FLA

117

118

121

Process PI PI Configuration

PI Control

PI Reference Sel

PI Setpoint

PI Feedback Sel

PI Integral Time

124

125

126

127

128

129

040

041

042

053

054

055

056

057

058

059

061

069

Speed Regulator Ki Speed Loop** 445

Kp Speed Loop** 446

Dynamic Control

Ramp Rates

Dynam ic Control

Load Limits

Accel Time 1

Accel Time 2

Current Lmt Sel

Current Lmt Val

140

141

147

148

Utility

Utility

Stop/Brake Modes DB While Stopped 145

Stop Mode A 155

Stop Mode B 156

DC Brk Lvl Sel 157

Restart Modes

Power Loss

Direction Config

HIM Ref Config

Start At PowerUp

Flying Start En

Flying StartGain

Power Loss Mode

Power Loss Time

Direction Mode

DPI Loss Action

168

169

170

184

185

190

173

MOP Config

Drive Memory

Save MOP Ref

Param Access Lvl

Reset To Defalts

Load Frm Usr Set

194

196

197

198

Output Current

Torque Current

Flux Current

Output Voltage

Output Power

Output Powr Fctr

Rated Volts

Motor NP Hertz

Motor NP RPM

Motor NP Power

043

044

045

IR Voltage Drop 062

Flux Current Ref

IXo Voltage Drop

063

064

Autotune Torque** 066

Inertia Autotune** 067

Torque Ref A Sel** 427

Torque Ref A Hi** 428

Torque Ref A Lo** 429

Run Boost* 070

003

004

005

006

007

008

027

Encoder Speed

Fdbk Filter Sel

415

416

Notch Filter Freq** 419

Maximum Speed

Overspeed Limit

082

083

Skip Frequency 1* 084

Speed Ref B Sel

Speed Ref B Hi

Speed Ref B Lo

Preset Speed 3

Preset Speed 4

Preset Speed 5

Trim Hi

Trim Lo

Slip Comp Gain*

119

120

122

093

094

095

103

104

105

PI Prop Gain

PI Lower Limit

PI Upper Limit

PI Preload

PI Status

PI Ref Meter

130

131

132

133

134

135

Kf Speed Loop**

Speed Err Filt BW

6.x

447

448

Decel Time 1

Decel Time 2

Current Lmt Gain

Drive OL Mode

DC Brake Level

DC Brake Time

Bus Reg Ki*

Bus Reg Mode A

142

143

149

150

158

159

160

161

Auto Rstrt Tries

Auto Rstrt Delay

174

175

Sleep-Wake Mode 178

Power Loss Level

Load Loss Level

186

187

Save HIM Ref

MOP Rate

Save To User Set

Reset Meters

Language

192

195

199

200

201

Elapsed MWh 009

Elapsed Run Time 010

MOP Reference

DC Bus Voltage

011

012

DC Bus Memory

Analog In1 Value

013

016

Rated Amps 028

Mtr NP Pwr Units

Motor OL Hertz

Motor OL Factor

046

047

048

Torq Ref A Div** 430

Torque Ref B Sel** 431

Torque Ref B Hi** 432

Torque Ref B Lo** 433

Torq Ref B Mult** 434

Torque Setpoint 1** 435

Torque Setpoint 2** 438

Pos Torque Limit** 436

Break Voltage* 071

Notch Filter K**

Marker Pulse

Pulse In Scale

420

421

422

Skip Frequency 2* 085

Skip Frequency 3* 086

Skip Freq Band* 087

TB Man Ref Sel

TB Man Ref Hi

TB Man Ref Lo

Preset Speed 6

Preset Speed 7

Jog Speed 2

Trim % Setpoint

096

097

098

106

107

108

116

Slip RPM Meter 123

PI Fdback Meter

PI Error Meter

PI Output Meter

PI Reference Hi

PI Reference Lo

PI Feedback Hi

136

137

138

460

461

462

Speed Desired BW** 449

Total Inertia** 450

S Curve % 146

PWM Frequency 151

Droop RPM @ FLA 152

Bus Reg Mode B

DB Resistor Type

Bus Reg Kp*

Bus Reg Kd*

162

163

164

165

Sleep-Wake Ref

Wake Level

Wake Time

Load Loss Time

Shear Pin Time

179

180

181

188

189

Man Ref Preload 193

Voltage Class

Drive Checksum

202

203

Dyn UserSet Cnfg 204

Analog In2 Value

Elapsed kWh

PTC HW Value

Spd Fdbk No Filt

017

014

018

021

Control SW Ver 029

Motor OL Mode

6.x

Motor Poles

050

049

Neg Torque Limit** 437

Control Status**

Mtr Tor Cur Ref**

440

441

Break Frequency*

Encoder Z Chan

072

423

Speed/Torque Mod** 088

Rev Speed Limit** 454

Pulse Input Ref 099

PI Feedback Lo

PI BW Filter

PI Deriv Time

PI Output Gain

463

139

459

464

Speed Loop Meter** 451

Regen Power Limit** 153

Current Rate Limit** 154

Flux Braking

Stop Dwell Time

166

452

Sleep Level

Sleep Time

Powerup Delay

Gnd Warn Level

182

183

167

177

Dyn UserSet Sel

Dyn UserSet Actv

205

206

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File

Utility

Communication

Communication

Inputs & Outputs

Inputs & O utputs

Applications

Applications

Group

Utility (continued) Diagnostics

Faults

Alarms

Scaled Blocks

Comm Control

Parameters

Drive Status 1

Drive Status 2

Drive Status 3

6.x

Drive Alarm 1

Drive Alarm 2

209

210

222

211

212

Speed Ref Source 213

Start Inhibits 214

Fault Config 1

Fault Clear

Fault Clear Mode

Power Up Marker

Fault 1 Code

Alarm Config 1

Alarm Clear

Alarm 1 Code

259

261

262

238

240

241

242

243

Scale1 In Value

Scale1 In Hi

Scale1 In Lo

Scale1 Out Hi

Scale1 Out Lo

Scale1 Out Value

DPI Baud Rate

Drive Logic Rslt

476

477

478

479

480

481

270

271

Masks & Owners

Logic Mask

Start Mask

Jog Mask

Direction Mask

Datalinks

Security

Analog Inputs

Digital Outputs

Torq Proving

Reference Mask

Data In A1

Data In A2

Data In B1

Data In B2

Data In C1

Port Mask Act

Write Mask Cfg

Anlg In Config

Anlg In Sqr Root

Analog Outputs Anlg Out Config

Digital Inputs

Anlg Out Absolut

Analog Out1 Sel

Digital In1 Sel

Digital In2 Sel

Dig Out Setpt

Digital Out1 Sel

Dig Out1 Level

Dig Out1 OnTime

TorqProve Cnfg

TorqProve Setup

Spd Dev Band

SpdBand Integrat

Adjust Voltage

Oil Well Pump

Adj Volt Phase

Adj Volt Select

Adj Volt Ref Hi

Adj Volt Ref Lo

Adj Volt Preset 1

Adj Volt Preset 2

Max Rod Torque

TorqAlarm Level

TorqAlarm Action

TorqAlarm Dwell

TorqAlrm Timeout

Pos/Spd Profile

ProfSetup/Status

Pos/Spd Prof Sts 700

Profile/Inde xer

Units Traveled

Home Position

6.x

701

702

631

632

633

634

635

650

651

652

653

654

655

Profile Step 1-16 Step x Type

Step x Velocity

320

321

340

341

342

361

362

300

301

302

303

304

276

277

278

279

280

595

596

379

380

381

382

600

601

602

603

720…

721…

Last Stop Source

Dig In Status

Dig Out Status

Drive Temp

Drive OL Count

Motor OL Count

Fault Speed

Fault 1 Time

Fault 2 Code

Fault 2 Time

Fault 3 Code

Fault 3 Time

Alarm 2 Code

Alarm 3 Code

Alarm 4 Code

Scale2 In Value

Scale2 In Hi

Scale2 In Lo

Scale2 Out Hi

Scale2 Out Lo

Scale2 Out Value

Drive Ref Rslt

Drive Ramp Rslt

Accel Mask

Decel Mask

Fault Clr Mask

MOP Mask

Local Mask

Data In C2

Data In D1

Data In D2

Data Out A1

Data Out A2

Write Mask Act

Logic Mask

Analog In1 Hi

Analog In1 Lo

Analog Out1 Hi

Analog Out1 Lo

Analog Out2 Sel

Digital In3 Sel

Digital In4 Sel

Dig Out1 OffTime

Digital Out2 Sel

Dig Out2 Level

Dig Out2 OnTime

383

384

385

386

Brk Release Time 604

ZeroSpdFloatTime 605

Float Tolerance

Brk Set Time

606

607

322

323

343

344

345

363

364

Adj Volt Preset 3

Adj Volt Preset 4

Adj Volt Preset 5

Adj Volt Preset 6

Adj Volt Preset 7

Min Adj Voltage

TorqAlrm TO Act 636

PCP Pump Sheave 637

PCP Rod Torque

Min Rod Speed

638

639

Max Rod Speed 640

Pos/Spd Prof Cmd 705

Encoder Pos Tol

Counts Per Unit

707

708

Step x AccelTime

Step x DecelTime

656

657

658

659

660

661

722…

723…

305

306

307

310

311

597

276

281

282

283

284

285

482

483

484

485

486

487

272

273

244

245

246

247

248

215

216

217

218

219

220

224

263

264

265

*These parameters will only be displayed when parameter 053 [Motor Cntl Sel] is set to option ‘2’ (Custom V/Hz) or ‘3’ (Fan/Pump V/Hz).

**These parameters will only be displayed when parameter 053 [Motor Cntl Sel] is set to option ‘4’ (FVC Vector).

6.x

Firmware revision 6.002 or later.

488

489

490

491

492

493

274

275

249

250

251

252

253

225

226

227

228

223

229

230

266

267

268

312

313

314

315

316

598

288

289

290

291

292

Fault Amps

Fault Bus Volts

Status 1 @ Fault

Status 2 @ Fault

Status 3 @ Fault

6.x

Alarm 1 @ Fault

Alarm 2 @ Fault

Fault 4 Code

Fault 4 Time

Fault 5 Code

Fault 5 Time

Fault 6 Code

Alarm 5 Code

Alarm 6 Code

Alarm 7 Code

Scale3 In Value

Scale3 In Hi

Scale3 In Lo

Scale3 Out Hi

Scale3 Out Lo

Scale3 Out Value

DPI Port Sel

DPI Port Value

Stop Owner

Start Owner

Jog Owner

Direction Owner

Reference Owner

Data Out B1

Data Out B2

Data Out C1

Data Out C2

Data Out D1

Logic Mask Act

Analog In1 Loss

Analog In2 Hi

Analog Out2 Hi

Analog Out2 Lo

Anlg Out1 Scale

Digital In5 Sel

Digital In6 Sel

Dig Out2 OffTime

Digital Out3 Sel

Dig Out3 Level

Dig Out3 OnTime

387

388

389

390

TorqLim SlewRate 608

BrkSlip Count 609

Brk Alarm Travel

MicroPos Scale%

610

611

Adj Volt Command 662

MOP Adj VoltRate 663

Adj Volt TrimSel 669

Adj Volt Trim Hi

Adj Volt Trim Lo

670

671

Adj Volt Trim % 672

OilWell Pump Sel

Gearbox Rating

Gearbox Sheave

Gearbox Ratio

Motor Sheave

641

642

643

644

645

Vel Override 711

Find Home Speed 713

Find Home Ramp 714

Step x Value

Step x Dwell

724…

725…

324

325

346

347

354

365

366

Analog In2 Lo

Analog In2 Loss

Anlg Out2 Scale

Anlg1 Out Setpt

Anlg2 Out Setpt

DigIn DataLogic

6.x

326

327

355

377

378

411

Dig Out3 OffTime

Dig Out Invert

Dig Out Param

Dig Out Mask

Torq Prove Sts

Brake Test Torq

6.x

391

392

393

394

612

613

Adj Volt AccTime

Adj Volt DecTime

Adj Volt S Curve

675

676

677

Total Gear Ratio

DB Resistor

Gearbox Limit

646

647

648

Pos Reg Filter

Pos Reg Gain

Step x Batch

Step x Next

718

719

726…

727…

Testpoint 1 Sel

Testpoint 2 Sel

Testpoint 1 Data

Testpoint 2 Data

Mtr OL Trip Time

234

236

235

237

221

Fault 6 Time

Fault 7 Code

Fault 7 Time

Fault 8 Code

Fault 8 Time

Alarm 8 Code

Scale4 In Value

Scale4 In Hi

Scale4 In Lo

Scale4 Out Hi

Scale4 Out Lo

Scale4 Out Value

DPI Ref Select

DPI Fdbk Select

Accel Owner

Decel Owner

Fault Clr Owner

MOP Owner

Local Owner

Data Out D2

HighRes Ref

6.x

293

294

295

296

297

317

308

494

495

496

497

498

499

298

299

254

255

256

257

258

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PowerFlex 700L

PowerFlex 700S Phase II Control

Digital Current Regulator

outperforms older style analog regulators in speed, repeatability and drift.

Current Limit Level

Current Limit

Derivative

Gain Block

PI Gain

Block

Proportional Channel

Current

Magnitude

Calculator

U Phase Motor Current

V Phase Motor Current

W Phase Motor Current

Integral

Channel

Negative Feed Forward

reduces or eliminates overshoot during step speed changes. Helpful in preventing backup during stopping.

Negative

Feed Forward

Speed Ref

Speed

Feedback

Kp

Ki

V nff = 0 t

V nff = 0.3

t

Coarse-to-Fine interpolation for

DriveLogix Motion

, direct positioning for precise control and point-to-point for indexing are all features of the Integral

Position Loop.

The loop easily handles applications such as simple indexing and electronic line shaft.

Position Target

Speed FDBK

Position FDBK

Interpolator

Position offsets

Δ

Deriv

Δ

Deriv

Σ

Accum

Σ

Accum

Σ

Accum

Position Error

K

Position Command kp

P Gain ki s

I Gain

Position Speed

Advanced Edge-to-Edge Algorithms and pulse position averaging provides extremely accurate speed measurement and excellent performance at very low speed.

ΔX

pulse

Δt

edge.edge

Edge to Edge Time

Servo Lock

compensates for lost position during step loads to the velocity regulator.

Offers optimum performance for draw applications and others.

V

V

A1 = A2 without Servo Lock t

Velocity Response to Step Load with Servo Lock t

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PowerFlex 700L

High Speed Analog & Digital I/O

execute in 0.5 mSec or less to provide fast response and fast capture for registration information and position data. Output relays, optically isolated and differentially isolated I/O are supplied.

Inertia Adaptation

stabilizes inertia disconnect due to gear boxes or flexible couplings. It also provides broadband resonance compensation, allowing up to 4 times improvement to speed regulator bandwidth.

An Enhanced Process Loop executes six times faster than previous loops, providing greatly improved dynamic response in tension control applications.

Motor

Gear Reducer

Logic Status (Running) 155 1

Logic Command (Procs Trim En) 151 12

&

Logic Ctrl State

(Procs Trim En)

157 31

PI Command (Enable) 183 00

PI Reference

PI Feedback

181

182

+

-

PI Lpass Filt BW 184

Filter

LPass kp

P Gain

186

PI Prop Gain

PI Preload

PI Integ Time

185

187 ki s

I Gain

PI Integ HLim

PI Integ LLim

188

189

Limit

+

PI High Limit 191

PI Lower Limit 192

190

PI Integ Output

Limit

OR

0

0

1

PI Output

180 to Speed Control

- Reference [2G5]

The Control Loops within each drive are

Synchronized

. In addition, the control loops for all drives on SynchLink are synchronized within micro-seconds. This provides exceptional link coordination and tracking for critical applications.

Drive 1

(Time keeper)

Followers

Before Synchronization

Drive 1

(Time keeper)

Followers

Synchronized Operation

The Enhanced Bus Regulator reacts four times faster than previous products, providing quicker stops without overvoltage issues and outstanding performance in other regenerative applications.

Bus Limit

Bus Voltage

Quick Switch

Bus Regulator

Ki

Regenerate

Bus Regulator

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PowerFlex 700L

Standard Drive Specifications

Category

Agency

Certification

Specification

Frame 2 c

U

®

L

US

Frame 3A/3B

Listed to UL508C and CAN/CSA-C2.2 No. 14-05. UL Listing for frame 2 is applicable up to 480V AC. UL Listing for frame 3A and 3B is applicable up to

600V AC.

Marked for all applicable European Directives

(1)

EMC Directive (89/336/EEC)

EN 61800-3 Adjustable Speed electrical power drive systems

Low Voltage Directive (73/23/EEC)

EN 61800-5-1 Electronic Equipment for use in Power Installations

Certified to AS/NZS, 1997 Group 1, Class A.

N223

These drives are also designed to meet the following specifications:

NFPA 70 - US National Electrical Code

NEMA ICS 3.1 - Safety standards for Construction and Guide for Selection, Installation and Operation of Adjustable Speed Drive Systems.

IEC 146 - International Electrical Code.

CMAA Specification #70 (Crane Manufacturers of America Association)

(1) Applied noise impulses may be counted in addition to the standard pulse train causing erroneously high [Pulse Freq] readings.

Unless otherwise noted, the following specifications pertain to PowerFlex 700L drives equipped with 700 Vector Control or 700S Phase II Control.

Category

Protection

Specification

AC Input Overvoltage Trip:

AC Input Undervoltage Trip:

Bus Overvoltage Trip:

Frame 2

400V

528V AC

340V AC

815V DC

Bus Undervoltage Shutoff/Fault: 300V DC

Nominal Bus Voltage: 600V DC

Heat Sink Thermistor:

Drive Overcurrent Trip

Software Overcurrent Trip:

Hardware Overcurrent Trip:

300V DC

700V DC

Monitored by microprocessor overtemp trip

200% of rated current (typical)

220…300% of rated current (dependent on drive rating)

Line Transients:

Control Logic Noise Immunity:

Logic Control Ride-Thru

Vector Control:

480V

528V AC

340V AC

815V DC

Up to 6000 volts peak per IEEE C62.41-1991

Showering arc transients up to 1500V peak

0.5 seconds minimum, 2 seconds typical

700S Phase II Control:

Ground Fault Trip:

Short Circuit Trip:

0.25 seconds, drive not running

Phase-to-ground on drive output

Phase-to-phase on drive output

Frame 3A/3B

400V 480V

528V AC

340V AC

815V DC

300V DC

600V DC

528V AC

340V AC

815V DC

300V DC

700V DC

600V

760V AC

340V AC

1168V DC

300V DC

900V DC

690V

760V AC

340V AC

1168V DC

300V DC

1000V DC

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Category Specification

Environment

Altitude:

Maximum Surrounding Air

Temperature w/o Derating:

IP20, NEMA/UL Type 1:

Storage Temperature

(all constructions):

Atmosphere:

Electrical

Frame 2

1000 m (3280 ft) at rated current. See

0…50 °C (32…122 °F)

Frame 3A/3B

Derating Guidelines on page 38 for operation above 1000 m (3280 ft).

0…40 °C (32…104 °F)

Relative Humidity:

Shock:

Vibration:

Voltage Tolerance

Vector Control:

–40…85 °C (–40…185 °F)

Important: Drive must not be installed in an area where the ambient atmosphere contains volatile or corrosive gas, vapors or dust. If the drive is not going to be installed for a period of time, it must be stored in an area where it will not be exposed to a corrosive atmosphere.

5…95% non-condensing

10 g peak for 11 milliseconds duration (

± 1.0 ms)

0.152 mm (0.006 in.) displacement, 1 g peak, 5.5 Hz

For full power and operating range, see the PowerFlex 700 Adjustable Frequency AC Drive — Series B User Manual, publication

20B-UM002, Appendix C.

700S Phase II Control:

Input Frequency Tolerance:

Input Phases:

Displacement Power Factor:

Efficiency:

Maximum Short Circuit Current

Rating:

Actual Short Circuit Rating:

Motor Lead Lengths:

For full power and operating range, see the PowerFlex 700S High Performance AC Drive — Phase II Control User Manual, publication 20D-UM006, Appendix C.

27…93 Hz.

Three-phase input provides full rating for all drives.

0.98 across entire speed range.

96.2% at rated amps, nominal line volts.

97.5% at rated amps, nominal line volts.

To match specified circuit breaker capability, less than or equal to 200,000 Amps Symmetrical

Determined by AIC rating of installed circuit breaker.

76 meters (250 feet) total

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Category

Control

Specification

Method:

Carrier Frequency:

Output Voltage Range:

Output Frequency Range

Vector Control:

700S Phase II Control:

Frequency Accuracy (Vector

Control only)

Digital Input:

Analog Input:

Frequency Control

(Vector Control only):

Speed Control

Vector Control:

700S Phase II Control:

Torque Regulation

Vector Control:

700S Phase II Control:

Selectable Motor Control

Vector Control:

700S Phase II Control:

Frame 2

Sine coded PWM with programmable carrier frequency.

2, 4, or 8 kHz. Drive rating based on 4 kHz.

See Derating Guidelines on page 38

for more information.

0 to rated motor voltage

0…420 Hz

0…350 Hz

Frame 3A/3B

2 or 4 kHz. Drive rating based on 4 kHz.

Within ± 0.01% of set output frequency.

Within ± 0.4% of maximum output frequency

Speed Regulation - w/Slip Compensation (Volts per Hertz Mode)

0.5% of base speed across 40:1 speed range

40:1 operating range

10 rad/sec bandwidth

Speed Regulation - w/Slip Compensation (Sensorless Vector Mode)

0.5% of base speed across 80:1 speed range

80:1 operating range

20 rad/sec bandwidth

Speed Regulation - without feedback (Vector Control Mode)

0.1% of base speed across 120:1 speed range

120:1 operating range

50 rad/sec bandwidth

Speed Regulation - with feedback (Vector Control Mode)

0.001% of base speed across 120:1 speed range

1000:1 operating range

250 rad/sec bandwidth

Speed Regulation - without feedback

0.1% of base speed across 120:1 speed range

120:1 operating range

50 rad/sec bandwidth

Speed Regulation - with feedback

0.001% of base speed across 120:1 speed range

1000:1 operating range

740 rad/sec bandwidth

Torque regulation without Feedback; ±

5%, 600 rad/sec bandwidth

Torque regulation with Feedback; ±

2%, 2500 rad/sec bandwidth

Torque regulation without Feedback; ±

10%, 600 rad/sec bandwidth

Torque regulation with Feedback; ±

5%, 4400 rad/sec bandwidth

Sensorless Vector with full tuning. Standard V/Hz with full custom capability and Vector Control with Force Technology (with and without feedback).

Vector Control with Force Technology (with and without feedback), V/Hz Control, and permanent magnet motor control.

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Control

(continued)

Stop Modes

Vector Control:

700S Phase II Control:

Accel/Decel

Vector Control:

Frame 2 Frame 3A/3B

Multiple programmable stop modes including Ramp, Coast, DC-Brake, Ramp-to-Hold, and S-curve.

Multiple programmable stop modes including Ramp, Coast, and Current Limit.

Two independently programmable accel and decel times. Each time may be programmed from 0-3600 seconds in 0.1 second increments.

700S Phase II Control:

Intermittent Overload:

Current Limit Capability

Vector Control:

Independently programmable accel and decel times, adjustable from 0-6553.5 seconds in 0.01 second increments.

110% Overload capability for up to 1 minute 150% Overload capability for up to 3 seconds

Proactive Current Limit programmable from 20…160% of rated output current. Independently programmable proportional and integral gain.

Encoder

(Vector

Control only)

700S Phase II Control:

Electronic Motor Overload

Protection:

Type:

Supply:

Quadrature:

Duty Cycle:

Requirements:

Feedback

(700S Phase II

Control only)

Encoder Input:

Encoder Voltage Supply:

Maximum Input Freq:

Stegmann Hi-Resolution Option

Encoder Voltage Supply:

Hi-Resolution Feedback:

Maximum Cable Length:

RS-485 Interface:

Independent Motoring and Regenerative Power Limits programmable to 800% of rated output current.

Class 10 motor overload protection according to NEC article 430 and motor over-temperature protection according to NEC article

430.126 (A)(2). UL File E59272.

Incremental, dual channel

12V or 5V, 250 mA. 12V or 5V, 10 mA minimum inputs isolated with differential transmitter, 250 kHz maximum.

90°, ± 27° at 25 °C

50%, ± 10%

Encoders must be line driver type, quadrature (dual channel) or pulse (single channel), 8…15V DC output (3.5…6V DC for 5V encoder), single-ended or differential, and capable of supplying a minimum of 10 mA per channel. Maximum input frequency is

250 kHz. The Encoder Interface Board accepts 12V DC or 5V DC square-wave with a minimum high state of 7.0V DC (12 volt encoder) or 3.1V DC (5 volt encoder). Maximum low state voltage is 0.4V DC.

Dual Channel Plus Marker, Isolated with differential transmitter Output (Line Drive) Incremental, Dual Channel Quadrature type

5V DC or 12V DC (5V DC requires an external power supply), 320 mA/channel

400 kHz

11.5V DC @ 130 mA

Sine/Cosine 1V P-P Offset 2.5

182 m (600 ft)

Hi-Resolution Feedback Option card obtains the following information via the Hiperface RS-485 interface shortly after powerup: Address, Command Number, Mode, Number of Turns, Number of Sine/Cos cycles, and Checksum.

Customer-I/O Plug (P1) - Hi Res: Allen-Bradley PN: S94262912

Weidmuller PN: BL3.50/90/12BK

DriveLogix

(700S Phase II

Control only)

Resolver Option

Excitation Frequency:

Excitation Voltage:

Operating Freq. Range:

Resolver Fdbk. Voltage:

Maximum Cable Length:

User Available Memory Base:

Battery:

Serial Cable:

Compact I/O Connection:

Cable:

2400 Hz

4.25…26 Vrms

1…10 kHz

2V

± 300mV

304.8 m (1000 ft)

1.5 megabytes

1756-BA1 (Allen-Bradley P/N 94194801) 0.59g lithium

1761-CBLPM02 to 1761-NET-AIC

1761-CBLPA00 to 1761-NET-AIC

1756-CP3 directly to controller

1747-CP3 directly to controller

Category 3 (2)

Up to (30) modules

20D-DL2-CL3

20D-DL2-CR3

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Derating Guidelines

Altitude

Above 1000 m (3280 ft), derate the output current by 1% for every 100 additional meters (328 additional feet). This is applicable to filters and power modules. PowerFlex 700L 600/690V drives cannot be used in altitudes above 2000 m (6562 ft) due to voltage spacing requirements.

Ambient

Frame 2 drives have a maximum ambient of 50 °C (122 °F). Frame 3A and 3B drives have a maximum ambient of 40 °C

(104 °F). PowerFlex 700L drives cannot be derated to operate at higher temperatures.

Carrier Frequency

For frame 2 drives, see the carrier frequency derating table below. PowerFlex 700L frame 3A and 3B drives cannot be run above 4 kHz.

PowerFlex 700L Frame 2 Drive

Carrier Frequency Derating

360

293 Amps

(80%)

Output

(Amps)

0

2

4

Carrier Frequency (kHz)

6 8

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Watts Loss

Watts loss data is shown at Rated Load, Speed, and PWM Carrier Frequency.

Frame

Size

2

3A

3B

(1)

400V

480V

600V

690V

400V

480V

600V

690V

Voltage

400V

480V

PWM

Freq.

Watts Loss

Filter Section

Into Air

Power Section Complete Drive

Into Air Into Liquid Total Total Air Total Liquid

4 kHz Not Applicable

4 kHz Not Applicable

1500

1500

7900

7900

4 kHz

4 kHz

4 kHz

4 kHz

4000

4000

4000

4000

1000

1000

1200

1200

10,500

11,500

10,500

12,000

11,500

12,500

11,700

13,200

5000

5000

5200

5200

10,500

11,500

10,500

12,000

4 kHz 7800

4 kHz 7800

4 kHz 7800

4 kHz 7800

2000

2000

2400

2400

21,000

23,000

21,000

24,000

23,000 9800

25,000 9800

21,000

23,000

23,400 10,200 21,000

26,400 10,200 24,000

(1) Frame 3B power section consists of two power modules. Each module dissipates half (½) of the watts shown in this table.

Cooling Loop Options

This section provides information about the various types of cooling loops.

Liquid-to-Liquid Heat Exchanger

The liquid-to-liquid heat exchanger uses a heat transfer plate to transfer heat from one liquid to another. This method requires a stable water supply from the user.

PowerFlex 700L

Drive

Inlet

Drive

Outlet

Hose Kit

From

Drive

Outlet

Liquid-to-Liquid

Heat Exchanger

To

Drive

Inlet

Return

To

Supply

In

From

Supply

Customer

Supplied Piping

Flow

Indicator

To Facility Water

= hose or pipe connection

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The drawing below shows a cooling loop diagram for a typical liquid-to-liquid heat exchanger.

Ambient Sensor

TE

Supply

Process

Water

Strainer

Control

Valve

IN OUT

Drive Coolant Temp.

TE

Flow Switch

FS

Level Switch

LS

OUT IN

Reservoir

Pump

The main components of the liquid-to-liquid heat exchanger cooling loop are listed below.

Part

Strainer

Control Valve

Heat Exchanger Plate

Ambient Sensor

Drive Coolant Temperature Sensor

Drive Coolant Flow Switch

Level Switch

Reservoir

Pump and Motor

Description

Filters particles from the supply water.

Controls the supply loop water flow.

Transfers heat from the drive loop to the supply loop.

Senses the ambient temperature used for the dew point control.

Senses the drive coolant temperature used for the dew point control.

Measures the drive coolant flow rate.

Senses the level of coolant in the reservoir.

Stores drive coolant.

Circulates drive coolant.

IN

OUT

Drive

Liquid-to-Air Heat Exchanger

The liquid-to-air heat exchanger uses radiator technology to transfer heat from a liquid to surrounding air. This is a simple closed loop system — it does not require a water supply from the user. However, this system requires surrounding air 5…10

°C below the maximum operating temperature of the drive.

PowerFlex 700L

Drive

Inlet

Drive

Outlet

Hose Kit

From

Drive

Outlet

Liquid-to-Air

Heat Exchanger

To

Drive

Inlet

Radiator

Flow

Indicator

= hose or pipe connection

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The drawing below shows a cooling loop diagram for a typical liquid-to-air heat exchanger.

Ambient

Sensor

TE

Drive Coolant Temp.

TE

Flow Switch

FS

OUT

Fan

On/Off

Control

Level Switch

LS

IN

IN

Reservoir

OUT

Drive

Pump

The main components of the liquid-to-air heat exchanger cooling loop are listed below.

Part

Fan

Radiator

Ambient Sensor

Drive Coolant Temperature Sensor

Drive Coolant Flow Switch

Level Switch

Reservoir

Pump and Motor

Description

Blows air across the radiator.

Transfers heat from liquid to air.

Senses the ambient temperature used for the dew point control.

Senses the drive coolant temperature used for the dew point control.

Measures the drive coolant flow rate.

Senses the level of coolant in the reservoir.

Allows for expansion of coolant.

Circulates drive coolant.

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Chiller

The chiller uses refrigerant to transfer heat from a liquid to air. This is a simple closed loop system — it does not require a water supply from the user. A chiller can achieve almost any coolant temperature required. Coolant temperature should be at or above ambient temperature to avoid condensation on drive components.

PowerFlex 700L Chiller

Drive

Inlet

Drive

Outlet

Hose Kit

From

Drive

Outlet

To

Drive

Inlet

Radiator

Flow

Indicator

= hose or pipe connection

The drawing below shows a cooling loop diagram for a typical chiller.

Condenser/Subcooler

Fan

Compressor

Level

Switch

LS

Thermostatic

Expansion Valve

Sight Glass

Filter-Drier

SOL

TE

Drive Coolant

Temperature

Reservoir

FS

Flow

Switch

Pump

The main components of the chiller cooling loop are listed below.

Part Description

Compressor

Fan

Forces the refrigerant into a smaller space.

Blows air across the condenser/subcooler.

Condenser/Subcooler

Filter-Drier

Sight Glass

Thermostatic Expansion Valve

Cools the refrigerant.

Filters the refrigerant.

Allows viewing of the level of drive coolant in the reservoir.

Allows for expansion of the refrigerant.

Level Switch

Reservoir

Pump and Motor

Senses the level of coolant in the reservoir.

Allows for expansion of coolant.

Circulates drive coolant.

TE

Ambient

Sensor

Out

Drive

In

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Part Description

Drive Coolant Temperature Sensor Senses the drive coolant temperature used for the dew point control.

Drive Coolant Flow Switch

Ambient Sensor

Measures the drive coolant flow rate.

Senses the ambient temperature used for the dew point control.

Cooling Loop Resources

Cooling loops are available from many suppliers, such as Dimplex Thermal Solutions, which can be contacted as follows:

USA and Canada:1-800-968-5665

Elsewhere:1-269-349-6800

Cooling Loop Application Guidelines

Do not use ferrous and plated-ferrous materials for pipe-treated water to the power modules and drive. Use of ferrous materials will degrade the performance of the power module chillplate.

Use the following guidelines for applying cooling loops.

The allowable drive coolant temperature range is listed below:

Frame 2 Drive:0…50 °C (32…122 °F)

Frame 3A/3B Drive:0…40 °C (32…105 °F)

When using coolant at a temperature below the dew point of the surrounding air, condensation can accumulate on the drive heatsink and/or circuit boards, which can damage the drive. In this situation, install a coolant flow regulating device and tube/hose insulation. A flow regulating device modulates the coolant flow rate to a level that permits the drive heatsink temperature to rise above the dew point. Insulation for customer side tube or hose can be closed-cell foam insulation with a minimum 12.7 mm (0.50 in.) wall thickness.

Include a flow switch in the cooling loop on the connection to the drive inlet to turn off the drive if coolant flow drops below the minimum flow required by the drive (see table on page 46 ).

Circulate coolant through the drive only when the drive is also powered. Failure to do this can result in condensation accumulating on the drive heatsink and/or circuit boards, which could damage the drive.

Use an interlock from the cooling loop to stop the drive when the cooling loop is faulted.

For applications requiring a closed loop coolant system, vent the system to remove air that can otherwise degrade the performance of the drive heatsink.

Install a flow measuring device at the inlet of each converter and each inverter power module. Note that flow measuring devices are included in the PowerFlex 700L frame 3A and 3B complete drive cabinets (13th position in catalog number = A). The coolant flow rate (GPM) must meet the requirements in the table on page 46 .

We recommend the following types of pipe for cooling loop connections:

Copper tubing, type L

Brass pipe

Stainless steel, 300 series

Do not use galvanized pipe.

Provide a method in the cooling loop for draining and replacing the coolant.

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Drive Coolant Connections

Frame 2 Drive or Frame 3A or 3B Power Module

Coolant connections for frame 2 drives and frame 3A and 3B power modules are made using 37 degree flare fittings which have a:

3/4-inch nominal size

‘-12’ SAE dash size

1-1/16-12 UN/UNF-2B external thread size

Wrench Flats

37° Flare Fitting

Backup Wrench

(use to prevent twisting during swivel nut tightening)

Swivel Nut

Frame 3A/3B Complete Drive

Frame 3A/3B Complete Drive coolant connections are made using 37 degree flare fittings which have a:

1-inch nominal size

‘-16’ SAE dash size

1-5/16-12 UN/UNF-2B external thread size

DRIVE SIDE

CONNECTION

37° Flare Fitting

Swivel Nut USER SIDE

CONNECTION

Enclosure Wall

Snap Bushings

Hose Fitting Plugs

1 5/8" Wrench Flats

Backup Wrench

(use to prevent twisting during swivel nut tightening)

Do not use Backup Wrench on fitting locknut

Enclosure Wall

Dome Plugs

Drive Cooling Loop Hose Kits

Depending on the location of the heat exchanger or chiller relative to the drive, the following drive cooling loop hose kits are available.

Hose Length

3 m (10 ft)

9.1 m (30 ft)

3 m (10 ft)

9.1 m (30 ft)

3 m (10 ft)

9.1 m (30 ft)

2

2

2

2

2

2

Hoses in Kit

Drive Side

(1)

Coupling Size

0.75 inch

0.75 inch

1 inch

1 inch

1 inch

1 inch

Heat Exchanger Side

Coupling Size

0.75 inch

0.75 inch

1 inch with 90° elbow

1 inch with 90° elbow

1 inch

1 inch

Used With

Frame 2

Frame 2

Frame 3A

Frame 3A

Frame 3B

Frame 3B

Hose Kit

(2)

Catalog Number

20L-GH10-B1

20L-GH30-B1

20L-GH10-A2

20L-GH30-A2

20L-GH10-A1

20L-GH30-A1

(1) All drive side hose kit fittings are 37 degree flare.

(2) Each hose kit contains two (2) hoses and the appropriate connectors.

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Drive Coolant Requirements

Recommended Coolants

The table below lists approved sources and recommended coolants with appropriate corrosion inhibitors for the drive loop.

Source

Interstate Chemical http://www.interstatechemical.com/contact.htm

Koolant Koolers/Dimplex Thermal Solutions http://www.koolantkoolers.com/index.php/nic=contact

Dow Chemical http://www.dow.com

Coolant

NFP-50

NFE-50

(1)

(1)

; a 50/50 premix of propylene glycol and distilled water

; a 50/50 premix of ethylene glycol and distilled water

K-Kool-E

(1)

; ethylene glycol (available premixed with distilled water)

Propylene glycol

(1)

also available

Dowtherm

®

SR-1

(2)

; ethylene glycol

Dowfrost

® (2)

; propylene glycol

Dowtherm and Dowfrost are registered trademarks of the Dow Chemical Company

(1) Available in 5 gallon pails.

(2) Not premixed with distilled water, and may not be available in 5 gallon quantities.

Non-premixed coolants require a coolant-to-water mix ratio of 50% by volume.

IMPORTANT

Since coolant performance slowly degrades over time, we recommend replacing the drive loop coolant every two years and/or whenever the loop is drained for servicing.

Corrosion Inhibitor

If an approved coolant is not used, the drive coolant must consist of clean water with a corrosion inhibitor. An approved corrosion inhibitor is Chemtool, Inc. (www.chemtool.com) part number Watertool 4435-C. The recommended concentration of the inhibitor is 8-10% by volume. Deionized water is prohibited. Use distilled water or water with less than 50 ppm concentrations of these chemical compounds:

Sulfate and chloride

Hard water ions such as Mg++ and Ca++

Ethylene and propylene glycols must be inhibited and silicate free. Use of common silicate-containing, automotive-type

ethylene glycol solutions is prohibited as they can damage the heat exchanger and/or drive and cooling module equipment.

The drive coolant must be compatible with the following materials:

Copper

Brass

Aluminum

Arimid fiber gasket with nitrile binder (Garlock, Inc. Blue-Gard 3000

®

)

Blue-Gard 3000 is a registered trademark of Garlock, Inc.

Synthetic rubber hose (Parker Hannifan Corp 801 General Purpose Hose)

Viton seal (only Complete Drive)

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Biocide

A biocide may be needed to control biological growth. Use of a biocide is permitted. For specific recommendations, consult a reputable water treatment company.

Coolant Requirements for One Frame 2, 3A or 3B Drive

Drive Frame

Size

2

3A

3B

Coolant Temperature Range

0…50 °C (32…122 °F)

0…40 °C (32…104 °F)

0…40 °C (32…104 °F)

Minimum Coolant Flow Rate

30.3 LPM (8 gpm)

30.3 LPM (8 gpm)

56.8 LPM (15 gpm)

(1)

Pressure Drop

(2)

0.35 bar (5 psi)

0.48 bar (7 psi)

(1)

From Drive Inlet to Drive

Outlet at Minimum Coolant Flow Rate

1.58 bar (23 psi)

Coolant Type

WEG50

(4)

(1) Frame 3B includes separate converter and inverter power modules. A single inverter or converter power module requires a minimum flow rate of 30.3 LPM (8 gpm) at 0.35 bar (5 psi).

(2) Pressure drop does not include any system connections such as hoses or piping. Cooling systems must be sized to provide minimum flow considering entire system pressure drop.

(3) WEG50 equals good quality or distilled water with approved inhibited* ethylene glycol, 50% glycol by volume.

(4) WPG50 equals good quality or distilled water with approved inhibited* propylene glycol, 50% glycol by volume.

(3)

or WPG50

* Inhibited ethylene glycol or propylene glycol must contain a corrosion inhibitor. See Corrosion Inhibitor on page 45 for an approved source.

Estimated Coolant Amount for the Drive Loop

Estimated Amount of Coolant

(1)

Drive

Frame Size

2

3A

3B

15.1 liters (4 gal)

19 liters (5 gal)

19 liters (5 gal)

(1) The estimated amount of coolant is based on the heat exchanger using 1.2 m (4 ft) hoses. Longer hoses require more coolant. The maximum hose length of 9.1 m (30 ft) would require up to an additional 2.8 liters (0.75 gal).

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Additional Resources

These documents contain additional information concerning related products from Rockwell Automation.

Resource

PowerFlex 700L Liquid-Cooled Adjustable Frequency AC Drive User Manual, publication

20L-UM001

PowerFlex 700L Active Converter Power Module User Manual, publication PFLEX-UM002

PowerFlex 700 AC Drives - Frames 0…10 User Manual, Vector Control Firmware 4.001 and

Up, publication 20B-UM002

PowerFlex 700S High Performance AC Drive - Phase II Control Programming Manual, publication 20D-PM001

PowerFlex 70/700 Adjustable Frequency AC Drives Reference Manual, publication PFLEX-

RM001

PowerFlex 700L Liquid-to-Liquid Heat Exchanger User Manual, publication 20L-UM002

Industry Installation Guidelines for Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) AC Drives, Application

Technique, publication DRIVES-AT003

Wiring and Grounding Guidelines for Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) AC Drives, publication

DRIVES-IN001

Preventive Maintenance of Industrial Control and Drive System Equipment, publication

DRIVES-TD001

Industrial Automation Wiring and Grounding Guidelines, publication 1770-4.1

Product Certifications website, http://www.ab.com

Description

This manual provides the basic information needed to install, start-up, and troubleshoot the PowerFlex 700L Liquid-Cooled AC drive.

The purpose of this manual is to provide you with the basic information needed to wire and operate the PowerFlex 700 Active Converter Power Module.

The purpose of this manual is to provide you with the basic information needed to program and troubleshoot the PowerFlex 700 Adjustable Frequency AC Drive with

Vector Control.

The purpose of this manual is to provide you with the information needed to start-up, program and troubleshoot PowerFlex 700S Phase II Adjustable Frequency AC drives.

The purpose of this manual is to provide detailed drive information including operation, parameter descriptions and programming.

The purpose of this manual is to provide you with the installation and operating information for the PowerFlex 700L Liquid-to-Liquid Heat Exchanger used with

PowerFlex 700L Liquid-Cooled drives and power modules.

The purpose of this application technique is to provide basic information for different enclosure systems and environmental/location considerations (to help protect against environmental contaminants), and power and grounding considerations needed to properly install a Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) AC drive.

This manual provides the basic information needed to properly install, protect, wire, and ground pulse width modulated (PWM) AC drives.

Provides a checklist that can be used as a guide for performing preventive maintenance of industrial control and drive system equipment.

Provides general guidelines for installing a Rockwell Automation industrial system.

Provides declarations of conformity, certificates, and other certification details.

You can view or download publications at http://www.rockwellautomation.com/literature/ . To order paper copies of technical documentation, contact your local Allen-Bradley distributor or Rockwell Automation sales representative.

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Important User Information

Read this document and the documents listed in the additional resources section about installation, configuration, and operation of this equipment before you install, configure, operate, or maintain this product. Users are required to familiarize themselves with installation and wiring instructions in addition to requirements of all applicable codes, laws, and standards.

Activities including installation, adjustments, putting into service, use, assembly, disassembly, and maintenance are required to be carried out by suitably trained personnel in accordance with applicable code of practice.

If this equipment is used in a manner not specified by the manufacturer, the protection provided by the equipment may be impaired.

In no event will Rockwell Automation, Inc. be responsible or liable for indirect or consequential damages resulting from the use or application of this equipment.

The examples and diagrams in this manual are included solely for illustrative purposes. Because of the many variables and requirements associated with any particular installation, Rockwell Automation, Inc. cannot assume responsibility or liability for actual use based on the examples and diagrams.

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