User manual - SMS Sistemi e Microsistemi S.r.l.
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TAKEDO - 3VF
HYDROVERT
NXP
USER MANUAL
01
11-11-2010
REV.
DATE
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ALPHABETICAL INDEX
ACTIVE FAULTS OR ALARMS
Page 15 Par. 5.3
IDENTIFICATION (AUTO-TUNING)
Page 16 Par. 6.2
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Page
5 Par. 2.1
PRECAUTIONS
Page
5 Par. 2.2
POWER CONNECTION
Page
6 Par. 3
ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY (EMC)
Page
7 Par. 3.2
FAN CONTROL
Page 16 Par. 6.3
MAINTENANCE
Page 21 Par. 7
MONITOR
Page 11 Par. 5.1
PARAMETERS
Page 12 Par. 5.2
ADJUSTMENTS
Page 16 Par. 6.1÷7
EMERGENCY ADJUSTMENTS
Page 20 Par. 6.17
DOWN RUN ADJUSTMENTS
Page 19 Par. 6.13÷15
UP RUN ADJUSTMENTS
Page 17 Par. 6.8÷11
MAXIMUM POWER ADJUSTMENTS
Page 18 Par. 6.12
BRAKING RESISTOR
Page
6 Par. 3.1
APPLICATION DIAGRAM
Page
8 Par. 4
KEYPAD AND MENUS
Page
9 Par. 5
INSTALLED POWER TABLE
Page
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HYDRAULIC LIFTS : INSTALLED POWER AND CURRENTS
MOTOR POWER
RATING
PLATE
ABSORBED CURRENT FROM MAINS (1)
ABSORBED
SOFT
DIRECT
STARTER
STARTING STARTING
HYDROVERT
(A)
INSTALLED POWER (4)
INSTALLED POWER
WITHOUT SPEED REDUCTION
WITH SPEED REDUCTION
DIRECT
STARTING
SOFT
STARTER
HYDROVERT
POWER LIMIT set
by HYDROVERT
(kW)
(kW)
(kW)
kW (A)
SPEED
REDUCTION AT
FULL LOAD
(ELECTRIC)
RATED
(kW) (2)
(A)
(A)
(A)
RATED ( )
STARTING
3
4.4
8
40
18
6.5
6.5
15
6
4.5
3
(4.8)
-20
4
5
9
55
25
7.2
7.2
20
10
4.5
3
(4.8)
-30
6
8
14.5
60
30
12
12
20
10
10
6
(9.6)
-15
7.7
9.7
17.5
70
35
14
14
25
15
10
6
(9.6)
-25
9.5
12
21.8
90
45
17.5
17.5
30
15
15
10
(16)
-5
11
13.8
25
113
55
20
20
35
20
15
10
(16)
-15
15
17.7
32
136
65
26
26
45
25
20
15
(24)
-5
22
26
48
210
90
38
38
65
30
25
20
(32)
-20
(MECHANICAL)
(kW)
3
(%)
NOTES:
1) Power supply voltage 400V.
2) Calculated considering cosφ at full load = 0.8.
3) With HYDROVERT cosφ = 0.98.
4) The INSTALLED POWER is the higher value of the 2 given by the following formulae:
(a) P(kW) =
√3 * V * Istart * cosφ (0.9)
2
(b) P(kW) = √3 * V * Irated * cosφ (0.9)
1 – INTRODUCTION
HYDROVERT NXP is an inverter with special software for hydraulic systems, able to work both with old and
new hydraulic power units.
It controls the up run and, with prearranged hydraulic power units, also the down run.
The advantages are:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
No starting current peaks. The maximum starting current is the rated current.
Power factor correction of absorbed current from mains. Cosϕ
ϕ 0.98.
Energy saving.
Run comfort optimisation.
Emergency rescue operation possible even upward.
Adjustable inspection speed.
Possibility of setting a maximum limit for the absorbed power from the mains, to limit the
installed power.
2 – SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS AND PRECAUTIONS
Read all of this manual before powering the equipment, following the step by step procedures. In particular,
carefully read the Sections:
ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE and ACTIVE FAULTS.
2.1 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Carefully follow the procedures given below, to prevent the risk of serious accidents.
1- The leakage current from the inverter to earth is greater than 30mA, therefore a differential switch
with Id of at least 300mA, type B or type A, must be provided. Regulations require the use of a cable
with a section of at least 10 mm² for the earth connection. If the differential switch trips when the
main power switch is closed, do not repeat the operation in succession, because the inverter
could become permanently damaged.
2- If the parameters are incorrect, the inverter can cause the motor to rotate at a speed higher than
synchronous speed. Do not run the motor beyond its electrical and mechanical limits. The installer is
responsible for ensuring that movements occur in safe conditions, without exceeding the specified
operating limits.
3- Risk of electrocution. Power the inverter only with the front cover fitted. NEVER remove the cover during
operation. Before carrying out any operation on the equipment, disconnect the power supply and wait a
few minutes for the internal capacitors to discharge.
4- The external braking resistor heats up during operation. Do not install it near or in contact with
inflammable materials. To improve heat dissipation it is advisable to fix it to a metal plate. Make sure it
is suitably protected and cannot be touched.
5- The inverter must always be connected to the mains. In case of an interruption, wait at least 1 minute
before reconnecting. RECONNECTING WITHOUT WAITING LONG ENOUGH WILL DAMAGE THE
INVERTER.
6- Do not use an oscilloscope or similar instruments to test the internal circuits of the inverter. This type of
operation must be performed only by specialised personnel.
2.2 PRECAUTIONS
Carefully follow the procedures given in the manual to avoid the risk of damaging the inverter.
1- Do not connect the equipment to a voltage higher than that permissible. An excessive voltage can
cause permanent damage to the internal components.
2- To avoid damaging the inverter in case of prolonged stoppages with no power supply, before
restarting proceed as follows:
- If the inverter has been idle for several months, connect it to the power supply for at least 1
hour in order to regenerate the bus capacitors.
- If the inverter has been idle for more than one year, power it for 1 hour at 50% lees than the
nominal voltage, and then for 1 hour at nominal voltage.
3- Do not connect capacitors to the inverter outputs.
4- Before resetting an inverter fault, carefully check what caused activation of the protection.
5- Use an inverter with rated current equal to or higher than the motor rated current.
6- If necessary, the braking resistor must be connected between B+ and R-.
If it is connected between B+ and B– the inverter will be damaged.
3 – POWER CIRCUIT CONNECTION
L1;L2;L3
Mains power supply input
U;V;W
Inverter output
B+;R-
External braking resistor
Earth
Connect the mains power supply input phases in any order.
Connect the three output phases to the contactors, then to
the motor
Connect the external braking resistor (if necessary)
Connect to the building's earth system
Example of power circuit connection
3.1 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1- Do not power the inverter without first making the earth connection.
2- To increase inverter protection (especially against overvoltage due to electrical storms), three extrafastblow fuses (one for each phase) can be installed in series with the supply mains input terminals. The
fuses must be rated according to the various sizes as given in the table below.
The set of fuses, complete with protection box, can be supplied on request (not indispensable!).
3- To avoid permanently damaging the inverter, do not connect braking resistors with resistance or
power ratings lower than those given in the TABLE
4- The inverter drive must be connected <<upstream>> of the power contactors.
5- The external braking resistor heats up during operation. Do not install it near or in contact with
inflammable materials; protect it to prevent direct contact.
6- Wire earth connections and masses correctly (as indicated in par. 3.2) to avoid problems of EMC
interference.
7- Pay particular attention to the power connection; if the input and output are inverted, the inverter will
inevitably be damaged.
RATED
CURRENT
(A)
INVERTER NXP SERIES 400VOLT (380÷500V)
BRAKING RESISTOR
MINIMUM
VALUE
(Ω
Ω)
DIMENSIONS
LxDxH (mm)
500Ω 1500W
42Ω
445x110x140
144x391x214
2x50Ω 1500W
14Ω
195x519x237
2x50Ω 1500W
21Ω
445x110x140 (*)
445x110x140 (*)
NXP0045
195x519x237
2x50Ω 1500W
21Ω
445x110x140 (*)
NXP0061
195x519x237
3x50Ω 1500W
14Ω
445x110x140 (*)
NXP0072
NXP0087
NXP0105
NXP0140
NXP0168
237x591x257
237x591x257
237x591x257
291x758x344
291x758x344
5x50Ω 1500W
5x50Ω 1500W
Ask SMS
Ask SMS
Ask SMS
6.1Ω
6.1Ω
445x110x140 (*)
445x110x140 (*)
VACON
CODE
DIMENSIONS
LxHxD
(mm)
SUPPLIED BY SMS
14
NXP0013
128x292x190
27
NXP0032
38
NXP0038
45
61
72
87
105
140
168
(*) The total size is that indicated multiplied by the number of resistors.
TABLE – Fuses and braking resistors
The braking resistor is necessary only if HYDROVERT is used to control the down run.
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3.2 RULES FOR EMC COMPLIANT MOTOR - INVERTER WIRING
For correct INVERTER – MOTOR assembly wiring, proceed as follows:
1- The inverter and motor must be connected directly to the building's earth system.
2- The power cables for the inverter/contactors and contactors/motor connection must be as short as
possible, shielded four-core (three phases plus yellow/green earth wire), or four unshielded cables bound
together and inserted in a raceway or a metal pipe connected to earth. In other words, there must be an
earth wire as close as possible to the power wires in the same cable or in the same pipe. If shielded cable
is used, continuity of the earth braid between the inverter/contactors and contactors/motor section must
be ensured.
It is advisable to connect the shielding to earth at both ends by means of a U-clip or with special terminals
that can be supplied by SMS.
SHEATH
INSTALLATION PANEL
SHIELD
OMEGA CONNECTOR
UNPAINTED AREA
3-
456-
7-
8-
If the shield cannot be connected with a U clip inside the motor terminal block, it must be earthed on the
frame before entering the block.
It is also advisable (though not indispensable) to use shielded cable on the power input line, to avoid the
possibility of radiated interference going outside the cable.
The mains power input and inverter output cables must not be placed in the same raceway and should be
kept as far apart as possible (at least 50 cm).
The inverter power cables (input and output) and control cables must be kept as far apart as possible and
must not run parallel, even if shielded; if the cables cross, they must be arranged at an angle of 90°.
Irrespective of the connection to the building's earth system, the motor frame MUST be connected to the
cable shield and to the yellow/green earth wire inside the shielded cable.
The inverter emits radiated interference, which can therefore be picked up and carried outside the panel
by the cables, especially by flexible cables which radiate the interference into the lift shaft.
If this problem is to be avoided, the connections between the panel and the inverter must be made using
shielded wires with shield connected to earth at both ends. Shielded cables must not be used without the
shield connected to earth, as in this case any interference will be greater than with an unshielded cable.
Any free or unused wires in a multicore cable must be connected to earth at both ends.
Any cable, for control or external connections for the shaft and lift car, must never run near and parallel to
the power cable, even if shielded; if parallel routing cannot be avoided, they must be in separate metal
raceways.
All earth connections must be as short and wide as possible.
(a)
(b)
Solution (a) (copper braid) is preferable to solution (b) (wire).
9- To avoid unwanted tripping of the differential switch:
• Make the power connection as short as possible
• Use suitable differential switches (type A or B 300mA)
• When possible, reduce the inverter carrier frequency: in fact, the lower the frequency the greater the
motor noise, but with less current leakage to earth and less EMC interference; the motor windings
are less stressed.
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8
S-UP
SHIELDED CABLE
TP
D-DOWN
EMERGENCY
INSPECTION
TP1
E-ENABLE
V-SPEED (HIGH/LOW)
7
14
15
16
L1-N for
230V single-phase
connection
(0V)
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25
23
22
R-
B+
W
V
U
DO1
20
+24V(OUT) 12
RO2
RO1
HYDROVERT
NXP
6 24Vdc
10
9
8
L3
L2
S
T
L1
R
SHIELDED CABLE
THREEPHASE
LINE
400V
M
3-PH
– OPERATION
Imax<400mA DC; Vmax<=125 Vdc
DOWN VALVE CONTROL RELAY
+ OPERATION
Imax< 400mA DC; Vmax<=125 Vdc
UP VALVE AND CONTACTORS
CONTROL RELAY
(ONLY FOR DOWN RUN
OPERATION)
SPEED DETECTOR RELAY
(for possible anticipated opening)
Imax<50mA DC; V=24 Vdc
SHIELDED CABLE
SHIELDED
CABLE
EXTERNAL BRAKING
RESISTOR
EARTH CABLE
TP1
CONTACTORS
TP
SHIELDED CABLE
SHIELDED
CABLE
4 – HYDROVERT NXP APPLICATION DIAGRAM
5 – KEYPAD AND MENUS
The control panel has an alphanumeric display with nine status indicators and three lines of text for the
menu, the descriptions of the menu/submenu and the number of the submenu or the value of the function
displayed. There are also nine keys used for controlling the inverter, setting parameters and displaying
values. The panel is removable, since all parts are isolated from the a.c. input voltage.
The data on the panel is arranged in menus and submenus, necessary for displaying and processing
control signals, displaying faults, measurements and for editing parameters.
STATUS INDICATORS
RUN
= lights up when the motor is running
= shows the selected rotation
STOP
= lights up when the motor is not running
READY = lights up when the unit is powered and ready to
use
FAULT = lights up when a drive fault occurs
ALARM = lights up when an alarm occurs
Indication of position: displays the symbol and number
of the menu, parameter, etc.
The symbol I/O term indicates that the I/O terminals are the
selected control interface; in other words, the commands
are given via the I/O terminals.
IMPORTANT: When used for lifts, the message Keypad or
Bus/Comm must never appear in place of I/O term.
Control panel with Liquid Crystal Display
Description line: displays the description of the menu,
value or fault.
Values line: displays the numerical value and descriptor
of reference data, parameters, etc. and the number of
submenus available in each menu.
Lights up when power is on. Indicates that the inverter is ready for use.
Lights up when the drive is in operation.
Lights up when risk conditions have arisen causing the drive to stop (Shutdown due to fault). At the same time, the FAULT
indicator blinks on the display, which also shows a description of the fault; see Section 5.4 – Active Faults.
Left Menu key
Go back through menus. Move cursor to left (in the
parameters menu). Exit edit mode. Hold down for
2…3 seconds to return to the main menu.
Right Menu key
Go forward through menus. Move cursor to right (in
the parameters menu). Access edit mode.
enter
select
Up arrow
Scroll the main menu and pages of various
submenus. Edit values, increasingly.
Down arrow
Scroll the main menu and pages of various
submenus. Edit values, decreasingly.
Reset key
Use to reset active faults.
Enter key
Confirm selections
Reset fault memory
(2…3 seconds)
Select key
Use to shift between the last two
indications displayed.
Useful when wishing to see how the
new changed value affects some
other value.
START key (NOT Used)
START
STOP key (NOT Used)
STOP
reset
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The submenus are accessible from the main menu using the key
. The symbol M on the first text line
indicates the main menu. It is followed by a number that refers to the submenu in question. The arrow (→
→)
at the bottom right of the display indicates another submenu that can be displayed by pressing the
key
. To go back to the main menu from the submenu, just press the key
.
The data on the keypad is divided into Menus and Submenus. The main menus are arranged on six levels:
M1-P2-F3-H4-S5-E6.
To go from one menu to the next, press the keys
or
.
M1=Visualizzazione / Monitor
H4=Storico guasti / Fault history
P2=Parametri / Parameters
S5=Menù di sistema / System menu
F3=Guasti attivi / Active faults
E6=Schede espansione / Expansion boards
Each menu contains submenus, which can also be on several levels. To access the submenus, press the
key
, then use the +/- keys to display the various quantities; to quit the submenu, press the key
.
KEY OF SYMBOLS CONTAINED IN MENUS AND SUBMENUS:
M = menu (internal modes V,P,H,F)
F = active fault
V = read only
H = fault history
P = editable parameter
5.0 COPY OF PARAMETERS WITH KEYPAD
The programming keypad can also be used to copy parameters from and to the inverter. This function is very
handy when finding the optimum parameterisation for a system and other systems with the same
characteristics must be prepared, but CAN ONLY BE USED TO COPY PARAMETERS BETWEEN
INVERTERS WITH THE SAME APPLICATION SOFTWARE VERSION (the application software version is
given on a label placed under the keypad).
5.0.1 - COPY FROM INVERTER TO KEYPAD
Press the left arrow until ‘M’ followed by the menu number (e.g. M2) appears in the top left.
Press the arrows at the top or bottom until M6 appears. Follows the indications on the display :
S5
S5.3
S5.3.2
S5.3.2
S5.3.2
S5.3.2
System menu
TransferParam
To Panel
To Panel
To Panel
To Panel
S1>S11 →
P1>P4 →
Press the right arrow and
S6.1 appears. Press the
arrow at the top to S6.3.
Press the right arrow and
S6.3.1 appears. Press the
arrow at the top to S6.3.2.
Selection →
Press the right arrow.
All Param.
Press enter and copying
of parameters starts.
Wait…
Wait for copy to end.
OK
Copy ended . The keypad
now contains the inverter
data.
5.0.2 COPY FROM KEYPAD TO INVERTER
The same method described above applies.
By selecting S5.3.3 instead of S5.3.2 the display will show “From Panel” instead of “To Panel”, then proceed
as above.
Attention: Copy the data from keypad when the data contained in it has been drawn by an inverter of
the same size as that in which the copy is being made.
When connecting the keypad to the inverter on which the data is to be copied, the following will appear :
Copy To Panel?
enter/reset
Press RESET to copy
the contents of the
keypad to the inverter.
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Copy From
Panel?
enter/reset
Press ENTER to start
the copy procedure and
wait.
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5.1 M1 = VISUALIZZAZIONE (MONITOR)
CODE
NAME OF SIGNAL
CODE
NAME OF SIGNAL
V1.1
Frequenza uscita / Output frequency
V1.11
DIN1, DIN2, DIN3
V1.2
Rif. Frequenza / Freq. Reference
V1.12
DIN7, DIN8
V1.3
Velocità motore / Motor Speed
V1.13
R01, R02, R03
V1.4
Corrente motore / Motor Current
V1.14
Number of anticipated contactor openings at stop.
V1.5
Coppia motore / Motor Torque
V1.15
DIN4, DIN5, DIN6
V1.6
Potenza motore / Motor Power
V1.16
DO1, AODig
V1.7
Tensione motore / Motor Voltage
V1.17
Motor Temperature in %
(110% = Overtemperature Alarm)
V1.8
Tensione bus C.C. / DC-link Voltage
V1.18
Actual Power (kW)
V1.9
Temperatura inverter / Unit temperature
V1.19
Deceleration Distance
V1.10
Analogue Output (20mA)
Inputs 8 – 9 – 10
Up, Speed (High/Low), Enable
Not Used
Relay outputs
Contactor Control, Down Valve Control, Not Used
Inputs 14 – 15 – 16
Down, Emergency, Inspection
Outputs 12-20 and 18-19
Speed detector, Fault
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5.2 P2 = PARAMETERS
Index
IMPORTANT
Parameters with grey background can only be changed on advice of SMS!
Descrizione
Valore
Description
Unit
Value
P2.1 - PARAMETRI BASE / BASIC PARAMETERS
P 2.1.1
Limite corrente
1,1 * In Inverter
Current Limit
1.1 * In Inverter
A
P 2.1.2
TensioneNomMotor
400
Motor Nom Voltg
400
V
P 2.1.3
FrequenNomMotore
50,00
Motor Nom Freq
50.00
Hz
P 2.1.4
VelocitàNomMotor
2800
Motor Nom Speed
2800
rpm
P 2.1.5
CorrenteNomMotor
In Inverter
Motor Nom Currnt
In Inverter
A
P 2.1.6
Cos fi motore
0,80
Motor Cos Phi
0.80
P 2.1.7
Identificazione
0
Identification
0
P 2.1.8
Max Potenza
150
Max Power
150
P 2.1.9
Control Ventola
1 / Marcia
Fan Control
1 / Run
P 2.1.10
Sblocco Menù
0
Unlock Menu
0
%
P2.2 – SALITA / UPWARD
P 2.2.1
Rampa Pre Avviam
0,2
PreStart Ramp
0.20
s
P 2.2.2
Freq PreAvviamen
2,00
PreStart Freq
2.00
Hz
P 2.2.3
Tempo PreAvviam
1,0
PreStart Time
1.0
s
P 2.2.4
Tempo Acceler
2,0
Accelerat Time
2.0
s
P 2.2.5
Tempo Deceler
1,0
Decelerat Time
1.0
s
P 2.2.6
Alta Velocità
50,00
High Speed
50.00
Hz
P 2.2.7
Bassa Velocità
7,00
Low Speed
7.00
Hz
P 2.2.8
Vel Rilivellamen
2,00
Levelling Speed
2.00
Hz
P 2.2.9
Vel Manutenzione
25,00
Maintenance Speed
25.00
Hz
P 2.2.10
Tempo Incr Accel
2,00
Accel Inc Time
2.00
s
P 2.2.11
Tempo Decr Accel
0,20
Accel Dec Time
0.20
s
P 2.2.12
Tempo Incr Decel
0,20
Decel Inc Time
0.20
s
P 2.2.13
Tempo Decr Decel
1,00
Decel Dec Time
1.00
s
P 2.2.14
Tempo Dec Final
1,5
Final Decel Time
1.5
s
P 2.2.15
CoeffDecLim Pote
120
PowLimDecFactor
120
%
P 2.2.16
Compens Perdite
0
Losses Compensat
0
rpm
P 2.2.17
CorrenteNoCarico
0,7 * In Inverter
NoLoadCurrent
0.7 * In Inverter
A
P 2.2.18
CorrentMaxCarico
In Inverter
MaxloadCurrent
In Inverter
A
P 2.2.19
Compens Carico
2,00
Load Compens
2.00
Hz
P 2.2.20
Comp Temp Olio
1,00
Oil Temp Compens
1.00
Hz
P 2.2.21
Livel 1a Rampa
2,00
Level 1st Ramp
2.00
s
P 2.2.22
Misura Pot %
80,00
Power Meas %
80.00
%
P 2.2.23
Misura Pot Hz
60,00
Power Meas Hz
60.00
Hz
P 2.2.24
IncrCorrMisPot
30,0
PowMcCurrentIncr
30.0
%
P 2.2.25
SogliaMinCarico
35,00
MinLoadThresh
35,00
%
P2.3 - DISCESA / DOWNWARD
P 2.3.1
Rampa Pre Avviam
2,0
PreStart Ramp
2.0
s
P 2.3.2
Freq PreAvviamen
2,00
PreStart Freq
2.00
Hz
P 2.3.3
Tempo PreAvviam
1,0
PreStart Time
1.0
s
P 2.3.4
Tempo Acceler
2,0
Accelerat Time
2.0
s
P 2.3.5
Tempo Deceler
1,0
Decelerat Time
1.0
s
P 2.3.6
Alta Velocità
50,00
High Speed
50.00
Hz
P 2.3.7
Bassa Velocità
7,00
Low Speed
7.00
Hz
P 2.3.8
Vel Rilivellamen
2,00
Levelling Speed
2.00
Hz
P 2.3.9
Vel Manutenzione
25,00
Maintenance Speed
25.00
Hz
P 2.3.10
Tempo Incr Accel
2,00
Accel Inc Time
2.00
s
P 2.3.11
Tempo Decr Accel
0,20
Accel Dec Time
0.20
s
P 2.3.12
Tempo Incr Decel
0,20
Decel Inc Time
0.20
s
P 2.3.13
Tempo Decr Decel
1,00
Decel Dec Time
1.00
s
12
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Tempo Dec Final
Index
1,0
Descrizione
Final Decel Time
Valore
1.0
Description
s
Unit
Value
CONT. P2.3 - DISCESA / DOWNWARD
P 2.3.15
Arrot Finale 1
0,00
Final Round 1
0.00
s
P 2.3.16
Arrot Finale 2
0,00
Final Round 2
0.00
s
P 2.3.17
Frequenza Finale
2,00
Final Frequency
2.00
Hz
P 2.3.18
Tempo Finale
2,0
Final Time
2.0
s
P 2.3.19
Rampa Finale
1,0
Final Ramp
1.0
s
P 2.3.20
Minima Frequenza
1,00
Min Low Freq
1.00
Hz
P 2.3.21
Compens Perdite
0
Losses Compensat
0
rpm
P 2.3.22
Soglia MinCarico
50,0
Min Load Thresh
50.0
%
P 2.3.23
CorrenteNoCarico
0,7 * In Inverter
NoLoadCurrent
0.7 * In Inverter
A
P 2.3.24
CorrentMaxCarico
In Inverter
MaxLoadCurrent
In Inverter
A
P 2.3.25
Compens Carico
2,00
Load Compens
2.00
Hz
P 2.3.26
Comp Temp Olio
1,00
Oil Temp Compens
1.00
Hz
P 2.3.27
FattoreScorrim
50,0
MotorSlipFactor
50.0
%
P 2.3.28
CompBassaVeloc
-3
LowSpeedComp
-3
Hz
P2.4 - CONTROLLO VALVOLA / VALVE CONTROL
P 2.4.1
MinCorrenteValv
0,0
Valve Min Curr
0.0
%
P 2.4.2
RitardoAperValv
2,00
Valve OpenDelay
2.00
s
P 2.4.3
RitardoChiusValv
3,00
Valve CloseDelay
3.00
s
P2.5 - CONTROLLO AZIONAMENTO / DRIVE CONTROL
P 2.5.1
ChopperFrenatura
1 / Attivo
Brake Chopper
1 / Active
P 2.5.2
ModoContMotSali
1 / OL Contr vel
MotorContrModeUp
1 / OL SpeedCont
P 2.5.3
FreqCommutazione
6,0
Switching Freq
6.0
P 2.5.4
ControlSottotens
1 / Attivo
Undervolt Contr
1 / On
P 2.5.5
Ottimizzaz V/f
1 / "Boost"autom
U/f Optimisation
1 / AutoTorqBoos
P 2.5.6
PntoIndebolCampo
50,00
Field WeakngPnt
50.00
Hz
P 2.5.7
Tensione al PIC
100,00
Voltage at FWP
100.00
%
P 2.5.8
V/fFreqIntermdia
2,00
U/f Mid Freq
2.00
Hz
P 2.5.9
V/fTensIntermdia
6,00
U/f Mid Voltg
6.00
%
P 2.5.10
Tensione a Freq0
4,00
Zero Freq Voltg
4.00
%
P 2.5.11
Riservato
0
Reserved
0
P 2.5.12
Bassa Freq Switc
5,0
Low Switch Freq
5.0
kHz
P 2.5.13
Soglia BasFreSwi
5,00
LSF Threshold
5.00
Hz
P 2.5.14
Caduta RS Misura
0
Ident RS VltDrop
0
P 2.5.15
Corrente a 0Hz
80
Current at 0 Hz
80
P 2.5.16
Reg Veloc Kp
3000
Speed Control Kp
3000
P 2.5.17
Reg Veloc Ki
300
Speed Control Ki
300
P 2.5.18
GuadStabCoppia
300
TorqStabilGain
300
P 2.5.19
GuadStabTens
100
VoltStabilGain
100
P 2.5.20
ModoContMotDisc
1 / OL Contr vel
MotorContrModeDn
1 / OL SpeedCont
kHz
%
P2.6 - EMERGENZA / EVACUATION
P 2.6.1
Vel EmergSalita
5,00
Evac Speed Up
5.00
Hz
P 2.6.2
Vel EmergDiscesa
10,00
Evac Speed Down
10.00
Hz
P 2.6.3
Modo
1 / Automatico
Mode
1 / Automatic
P 2.6.4
FreqCommutazione
3,0
Switching Freq
3.0
kHz
P2.7 - RISERVATO / RESERVED
P2.8 – SEGNALI INGRESSO / INPUT SIGNALS
P 2.8.1
Sel Salita
mors.8
1 / DIN1
Sel Start FWD
term.8
1 / DIN1
P 2.8.2
Sel Discesa
mors.14
4 / DIN4
Sel Start REV
term.14
4 / DIN4
P 2.8.3
Sel Vel Alta
mors.9
2 / DIN2
Sel High Speed
term.9
2 / DIN2
P 2.8.4
Sel Ispezione
mors.16
6 / DIN6
Sel Maintenance
term.16
6 / DIN6
P 2.8.5
Sel Abilitazione
mors.10
3 / DIN3
Sel Enable
term.10
3 / DIN3
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Index
Sel Emergenza
mors.15
5 / DIN5
Descrizione
Sel Emergency
Valore
term.15
5 / DIN5
Description
Unit
Value
P2.9 – SEGNALI USCITA / OUTPUT SIGNALS
P 2.9.1
Funzione RO1 mors.22-23 3 / Contattore
RO1 Function
P 2.9.2
FunzDigAO
AODigitalFunct term.18-19 1 / Ready
P 2.9.3
Funzione RO2 mors.25-26 2 / ContrValvola
RO2 Function
P 2.9.4
Funzione RO3
Non Usato
RO3 Function
P 2.9.5
Funz DO
4 / SupervFreq
DO
P 2.9.6
Funzione AO1
0 / FunzDigitale
AO1 Function
0 / DigitalFunct
P 2.9.7
Filtro AO1
0,00
AO1 Filter Time
0.00
P 2.9.8
Minimo AO1
0 / 0 mA
AO1 Minimum
0 / 0 mA
P 2.9.9
Scalat AO1
100
AO1 Scale
100
P 2.9.10
Lim1SupervisFreq
1 / Limite infer
Freq Supv Lim 1
1 / Low Limit
P 2.9.11
Soglia1SuprvFreq
30,00
Freq Supv Val 1
30.00
mors.18-19
mors.20
1 / Pronto
term.22-23
term.25-26
3 / Contactor
2 / Valve Cntrl
Not Used
term.20
4 / FreqSuperv
s
%
Hz
P2.10 – PROTEZIONI / PROTECTIONS
P 2.10.1
SquilibrFasiUsc
2 / Guasto
OutputPh. Superv
2 / Fault
P 2.10.2
ReazionSottotens
2 / Guasto
UVolt Fault Resp
2 / Fault
P 2.10.3
Guasto a terra
2 / Guasto
Earth fault
2 / Fault
P 2.10.4
Protez di Stallo
2 / Guasto
Stall Protection
2 / Fault
P 2.10.5
Corrente Stallo
110,0
Stall Current
110.0
%
P 2.10.6
Lim Tempo Stallo
3,00
Stall Time Lim
3.00
s
P 2.10.7
Lim Freq Stallo
6,00
Stall Freq Lim
6.00
Hz
P 2.10.8
SensoreTempPoten
0 / Legge
PwrUnitTempSense
0 / Read
P 2.10.9
Max Sovraveloc
110,0
Max Overspeed
110.0
P 2.10.10
ApertAnticContat
20
AdvancContFault
20
P 2.10.11
TimeOut Abilitaz
3,0
EnableOn TimeOut
3.0
P 2.10.12
VerifCadutaAbili
1 / Sì
Enable Off Check
1 / Yes
P 2.10.13
Costante Termica
45
Thermal Constant
45
min
P 2.10.14
Raffred a 0Hz
40,0
Cooling at 0Hz
40.0
%
P 2.10.15
TVerifCoppiaDisc
3,0
DWTorqueChekTime
3.0
s
P 2.10.16
SogliaVerCoppDisc
0
DwTorqueChekLevel
0
%
%
s
P2.11 – RIAVVIO AUTOMATICO / AUTO RESTART
P 2.11.1
RiavvioAutomatic
1 / Abilitato
Autom. Restart
1 / Enabled
P 2.11.2
Funzione Riavvio
0 / Rampa
Restart Function
0 / Ramping
P 2.11.3
Tempo di tentat
60,00
Trial Time
60.00
s
P 2.11.4
Tempo di attesa
3,00
Wait Time
3.00
s
P2.12 – TEMPERATURA / TEMPERATURE
P2.12.1
Drive TempMin
10
Drive TempMin
10
°C
P2.12.2
Drive TempMax
60
Drive TempMax
60
°C
P2.12.3
Motore TempMax
80
Motor TempMax
80
°C
0 / No
P2.13 – TEST PARACADUTE / PARACHUTE TEST
P 2.13.1
Test Attivo
0 / No
Test Active
P 2.13.2
Sovravelocità
150,0
Test Overspeed
150.0
%
P 2.13.3
Tempo Acceler
2,0
Accelerat Time
2.0
s
P 2.13.4
TimeOut MaxVeloc
2,0
MaxSpeed TimeOut
2.0
s
P 2.13.5
Tempo Deceler
1,5
Decelerat Time
1.5
s
P 2.13.6
FreqChiusValvola
5,00
ValveCloseFreq
5.00
Hz
0 / Nessuna
Sel ShortFloorSp
0 / None
P2.14 – INTERPIANO / SHORT FLOOR
P 2.14.1
Sel VelocInterp
P 2.14.2
VelocSalitInterp
20,0
SF Speed UP
20.0
Hz
P 2.14.3
VelocDisc Interp
20,0
SF Speed DW
20.0
Hz
Licence Key
0
P2.15 – CODICE LICENZA / LICENCE KEY
P 2.15.1
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Codice Licenza
0
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5.3 F3 = ACTIVE FAULTS
Listed below are the most common fault messages. Do not to reset the alarm or fault without first checking
what caused activation of the protection.
Always deselect the run command before resetting a fault.
1
Overcurrent: The inverter has detected excessively high current.
2
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Overvoltage: The DC voltage of the intermediate circuit has exceeded the specified limits.
Earth fault: The current measurement system has detected that the sum of motor phase currents is
not equal to 0, therefore possible current to earth.
Charge contact: The charge contact is open when the START command is active.
System fault:
Component fault. Faulty operation. Braking resistor not connected.
Undervoltage: The DC voltage of the intermediate circuit is below the specified limits.
Output phases: No current on one or more output phases.
The test is performed 3 times, the FAULT occurs the 4th time
Inverter undertemperature: The heat sink temperature is below –10°C.
Inverter overtemperature: The heat sink temperature is above 90°C.
Motor stall: The motor stall protection has tripped.
Motor overtemperature: The inverter motor temperature module has detected overheating of the
motor. Probable motor overtemperature.
Motor underload: The motor underload protection has tripped.
Checksum error: Failed parameter retrieval from EEPROM. Faulty component.
Counter fault: The value displayed by the counters is incorrect.
Watchdog fault: Microprocessor fault.
Start inhibit: Starting of the drive has been inhibited.
Thermistor. (NOT USED)
Internal bus communication.
Removal of device: The optional circuit board or power unit has been removed
Device not recognised: Optional circuit board or power unit not recognised.
IGBT temperature: The IGBT overtemperature protection device has detected excessively high shortterm overload current (the motor on load does not start).
Modification of device: The optional circuit board has been changed.
Addition of device. The optional circuit board has been added.
The current at the analogue input is < 4mA.
Panel communication fault: Interrupted connection between control panel and inverter.
Field bus fault:
The data connection between field bus Master and field bus board is interrupted
Anticipated stop with respect to low speed: The car reaches the floor when still decelerating
Low current.
Enable lost during run.
63
Output phases: No current in one or more output phases.
64
Low reference.
Time out enable: The enable command is still ON 3 seconds after contactor control switch-off.
3
5
8
9
11
13
14
15
16
17
22
24
25
26
29
34
39
40
41
44
45
50
52
53
60
61
65
67
*68
69
70
71
76
Overspeed: Due to a fault the inverter exceeds the maximum frequency.
Anticipated contactor opening: (See Alarm 68 NOTE)
The contactors between inverter and motor opened before inverter switch-off.
No Enable: Indicates that the contactors closed signal (input 10) was not activated within 2 sec. of the
contactor command (output terminals 22-23).
Wrong licence key: The correct licence key was not entered in parameter P2.15.1 as a result of an
application software upgrade by the client.
No identification: The procedure indicated in par. 6.2 was unsuccessful. Check the connection
between inverter and motor.
Down valve not open: The valve closed during the down run. Check valve operation and its electrical
connections.
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*NOTE
Alarm 68
After 20 activations of this alarm, the system goes out of service and it is necessary to press the
RESET key to restore operation. Eliminate the problem by delaying contactor opening. If the problem
persists, contact SMS.
CONTINUOUS ACTIVATION OF ALARM 68 CAN CAUSE INVERTER BREAKAGE.
5.4 H4 = FAULT MEMORY
The inverter memory can store up to 10 faults in the order in which they occur. The last fault is designated
H4.1, the second last H4.2 etc. If the memory contains 10 faults that have not been erased, the next fault to
occur will replace the oldest fault present in the memory.
To reset faults, press the (ENTER) key
enter
for at least 3 seconds.
5.5 S5 = SYSTEM MENU
The message S1→S11 appears under the menu name. This indicates that there are 11 submenus.
S5.1
Language Setting: ITALIAN / ENGLISH / FRENCH .
S5.2
Application Setting: SMS Hydrov
SMS advises against modifying other parameters relevant to this MENU.
5.6 E6 = EXPANSION BOARDS (Monitor I/O board OPTA2)
V 6.1.1.1 DigOUT:B.1 (Output RO1 status)
V 6.1.1.2 DigOUT:B.2 (Output RO2 status)
6 – ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE
Before any adjustment or modification of parameters, proceed as follows:
6.1 – Set the motor rating in parameters P2.1.2/3/4/5/6
6.2 – Carry out motor identification (or auto-tuning) through parameter P2.1.7
After entering the correct motor values, it is essential to do the IDENTIFICATION routine:
- Set parameter 2.1.7 to 1 and carry out a call command. The contactors energise, the motor does not
start, and the message "RUN" appears on the keypad.
- When the message “STOP” appears, deactivate the call (e.g. opening the operation valve).
- The low speed boost parameters are now optimised.
If any motor value is modified, the IDENTIFICATION routine must be repeated
6.3 – FAN CONTROL
Set parameter P2.1.9 (fan control) as required:
0 = continuous operation
1 = run
- works during run and for another minute after the stop.
2 = temperature
- works only if the inverter reaches a temperature of 45°C.
3 = speed contr.
- works during run and for another minute after the stop, at 3 speed levels
depending on the heat sink temperature
(< 40°C, between 40 and 50°C, > 50°C)
6.4 – Set the required value for the nominal speed P2.2.6 (P2.3.6 for down run).
6.5 – Set the required value for the inspection speed P2.2.9 (P2.3.9 for down run).
6.6 – Set the required value for the low speed P2.2.7 (P2.3.7 for down run).
6.7 – Set the motor current values for up run with car empty (P2.2.17) and fully loaded
(P2.2.18) – if necessary, also the corresponding values P2.3.23 and P2.3.24 for down
run – proceeding as follows:
-
display the motor current on the MONITOR menu (V1.4)
with car empty, command an up run, read the current value and set it in P2.2.17.
if necessary, do the same operation in down run, read the current value and set it in P2.3.23.
carry out the same operation with car fully loaded in up run (down run) and set the read values in
P2.2.18 (P2.3.24).
IMPORTANT:
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When reading the current absorbed at full load, check the Absorbed Power value in
V1.18: THIS is the ABSORBED power measured by the electricity company; the
motor rating plate gives the motor OUTPUT.
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6.8 – UP RUN adjustments
CAR
SPEED
CURVE
P2.2.10
P2.2.2
P2.2.11
P2.2.4
2.2.12
P2.2.5
P2.2.13
P2.2.6
P2.2.9 (INSPECTION)
RE-LEVELLING
P2.2.2
P2.2.14
P2.2.1
P2.2.8
P2.2.1
P2.2.7
UP RUN
COMMAND (8)
HIGH SPEED (9)
OR INSPECTION (4)
COMMAND
ENABLE COMMAND (10)
P2.2.3
P2.2.3
PRE-STARTING
MOTOR CONTACTORS AND
HIGH SPEED UP VALVE
RELAY (22-23)
0.3’’
EMERGENCY
COMMAND (2)
Exact command sequence
Up run:
1- Entering of UP command (8), output R01(22-23) is energised. When the contactors are closed, the
ENABLE input (10) must be activated: in this way motor start is enabled.
If the HIGH or INSPECTION speed level is enabled, the motor goes to "high" or "inspection" speed
(P2.2.6 or P2.2.9). If no speed level is enabled (e.g. during re-levelling at floor) the motor will run at rerevelling speed (P2.2.8).
2- During the normal run, the HIGH SPEED signal (9) must be deactivated for a deceleration command: in
this way, the inverter automatically goes to “low” speed (P2.2.7).
3- On reaching the floor, the UP command (8) must open, the inverter slows down the motor until it stops,
deactivating the contactor command R01(22-23). As a result, the ENABLE command (10) is deactivated.
6.9 – Adjusting UP STARTING
In order to obtain good starting controlled by the inverter, it is advisable to operate on the hydraulic
valve, adjusting the maximum opening, like for having an immediate and quick start without inverter
(“open the valve fully”).
To obtain "smooth" starts without jerking, the car must move a little before acceleration starts. This is
obtained with parameters P2.2.1, P2.2.2, P2.2.3 suitably adjusted. Then adjust acceleration with parameters
P2.2.4 and P2.2.10.
PARAMETER
THE CAR STARTS WITH A JERK
THE CAR STARTS WITH A DELAY
P2.2.2
↑
↑
THE CAR ACCELERATES
TOO QUICKLY
=
P2.2.3
P2.2.4
↑
=
↑
=
↑
P2.2.10
↑
=
↑
Key:
=
↑ increase the parameter value
↓ decrease the parameter value
= the parameter does not affect the adjustment
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6.10 – Adjusting UP STOP
When the HIGH SPEED command is deactivated and the UP command stays on, the slow-down stage
starts; when the car reaches the floor, the UP command is deactivated and the motor automatically goes to
zero speed.
To obtain the required stopping precision, adjust parameters P2.2.7 (Low Speed) and P2.2.14 (Final
Deceleration).
THE CAR STOPS
BEFORE THE FLOOR
AFTER THE LOW SPEED
RUN
THE CAR REACHES
THE FLOOR AFTER A
TOO LONG LOW
SPEED RUN
THE CAR REACHES
THE FLOOR WITHOUT
ANY LOW SPEED RUN
THE CAR GOES PAST
THE FLOOR AFTER
THE LOW SPEED RUN
P2.2.7
↑
=
↓
=
↓
↑
P2.2.14
=
=
↓
↑
PARAMETER
P2.2.5
=
Stopping precision depends on the car load (weight to be lifted) and the oil temperature. To make stopping
precise in any conditions, proceed as follows:
- Adjust the stop with oil cold and car empty, by means of parameters P2.2.7 and P2.2.14.
- Test stopping at floor level with car fully loaded: the car normally stops a little before the floor level.
Increase parameter P2.2.19 until obtaining the required precision.
- Do numerous runs to heat up the oil then test stopping precision when the oil is hot.
If the car stops before the floor level, increase parameter P2.2.20 until obtaining the required
precision.
- Lastly, with oil cold and car empty, check that the stopping precision is still the same as that obtained with
the initial tests.
6.11 – Adjusting RE-LEVELLING
Test re-levelling with the car empty and loaded, adjusting parameter P2.2.8 until obtaining the required
stopping.
6.12 – Adjusting MAXIMUM ABSORBED POWER
When having to limit absorbed power, to reduce the installed power and therefore energy costs, proceed as
follows:
- Set in P2.1.8 the required percentage of maximum power absorption.
Example:
A motor of 10kW power (rating), V=400V, Frequency=50Hz, I=22A, cos phi=0.8
Current measured in up run at full load = 25A
Power value read in V1.18 = 14kW
To limit the max. absorbed power to 10kW, set 70% in P2.1.8, because 10kW is 70% of 14kW.
- Set in P2.2.23 the frequency value for the power check (the default value is 60Hz, therefore it is never
enabled).
A value of between 20 and 25Hz is usual.
After the measurement, the motor will not exceed the speed limit, which remains within the set maximum
power.
- Then do a test with load, checking that the value displayed in V1.18 is the required value (10kW in the
example).
- If the read value is higher or lower, decrease or increase P2.1.8 until obtaining the required value.
Power limitation occurs by reducing the car speed, however, stopping at the floor and the run at low speed
must be the same as with empty car (when power limitation is not active):
If the low speed run is longer, increase P2.2.15, and if the low speed run is shorter decease P2.2.15, until
obtaining the required condition.
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6.13 – RUN DOWN adjustments (only with special hydraulic power unit)
CAR
SPEED
CURVE
P2.3.11
P2.3.10
P2.3.5
P2.3.13
2.3.12
P2.3.4
RE-LEVELLING
P2.3.8
P2.3.2
P2.3.14
P2.3.6
P2.3.1
P2.3.7
DOWN RUN COMMAND
(14)
HIGH SPEED (9)
OR INSPECTION (16)
ENABLE COMMAND (10)
MOTOR CONTACTORS
RELAY (22-23)
0.3’’
DOWN VALVE
COMMAND (25-26)
6.14 – Adjusting DOWN STARTING
To obtain "smooth" starts without jerking, the car must move a little before acceleration starts. This is
obtained with parameters:
PARAMETER
THE CAR MOVES UP FIRST,
THEN DOWN
THE CAR STARTS DOWN
WITH A JERK
P2.3.2
↓
↑
THE CAR ACCELERATES
TOO QUICKLY
=
P2.3.3
P2.3.4
↓
=
↑
=
↑
P2.3.9
=
=
↑
=
Key: ↑ increase the parameter value
↓ decrease the parameter value
= the parameter does not affect the adjustment
6.15 – Adjusting DOWN STOP
To obtain a precise and "smooth" stop, with minimal variations in load conditions, it is necessary to adjust
some parameters:
THE CAR REACHES
THE FLOOR WHEN
STILL DECELERATING
(NOT AT A STEADY
SPEED)
THE CAR
REACHES
THE
FLOOR
AFTER A
TOO LONG
LOW
SPEED
RUN
P2.3.7
↓
=
↑
=
P2.3.13
=
=
P2.3.16
=
P2.3.17
P2.4.3
PARAMETER
P2.3.5
THE CAR
STOPS
AFTER THE
FLOOR
THE CAR
STOPS
BEFORE
THE
FLOOR
THE CAR
STOPS
SUDDENLY
THE CAR
STOPS UP
WITH A
JERK
=
=
=
=
↓
↑
=
=
↓
=
↑
=
=
=
=
↑
↓
=
=
=
=
↑
↓
=
=
=
=
↑
↓
ALWAYS CHANGE THE PARAMETERS ONE AT A TIME.
To obtain a correct stop, with car empty and loaded, with oil cold or hot, adjust parameters P2.3.25 and
P2.3.26 in the same way as for the up stop adjustment.
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6.16 –
General rules for correct adjustment
- If the car speed is not steady at high speed, check the motor data. In particular, the motor data must match
the "real" data. Also make sure the mechanical part (car/piston) has even friction along the run.
- To obtain a stop with constant precision, the car must travel a short distance (5÷10cm) at a steady low
speed (adjust the parameters as indicated in the table).
- Adjust the low speed to the required value, bearing in mind that too low a value increases the time taken to
reach the floor.
- Do not adjust the switching frequency to values that are too high, otherwise unnecessary motor and
inverter overheating will occur.
6.17 – EMERGENCY operation parameters (Input DIN5 – Terminal 15)
Operation on batteries is used only when the motor works in up run and down run.
If the EMERGENCY MODE (P2.6.3) is AUTOMATIC, car movement is always controlled in down run; if
MANUAL, movement can be controlled in the required direction (up or down).
The battery power supply must be at least 96Vdc
P2.6.1 Up emergency speed
P2.6.2 Down emergency speed
P2.6.3 Emergency mode
MANUAL must be set (P2.6.3=0) to go up; in AUTOMATIC (P2.6.3=1) it starts in any case in down
direction)
P2.6.4 Switching frequency (3 kHz is sufficient)
P2.6.5 Motor control mode - Open loop (P2.6.5=1)
6.18 – ALARMS THAT CAN APPEAR DURING
SYSTEM COMMISSIONING
60 = Anticipated stop:
the system arrives at the floor before low speed has been reached, i.e. when still decelerating; in this
case, reduce the deceleration time 2.2.5 (2.3.5 in DOWN RUN).
2 = Overvoltage:
the internal bus has reached too high values. Make sure the braking resistor is connected and has the
resistance value according to the table. Increase the deceleration distance if necessary.
61= Low current:
The valve fails to open because the motor current is too low (change 2.4.1=minimum valve opening
current)
63= Output phases:
The inverter has detected the lack of current in one or more output phases.
68=
20
ANTICIPATED CONTACTOR OPENING:
The contactors between inverter and motor opened
BEFORE inverter switch-off.
Repeated activation of this alarm causes
inverter breakage and early wear of the contactors.
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7 – CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE
To ensure long service life and optimum operation of the inverter, carry out the following checks at regular
intervals. Operate on the inverter only after disconnecting the power and making sure the keypad is off.
1- Remove the dust collected on the cooling fins and control circuit board, if possible by blowing with
compressed air or using a vacuum cleaner.
2- Make sure no screws are loose in the power or control terminal blocks.
3- Make sure inverter operation is <<normal>> and that there are no signs of anomalous overheating.
7.1 MEGGER TEST
When doing insulation tests using a Megger
tester on the input/output cables or on the
motor, remove all the connections from all the
inverter terminals and perform the test only on
the power circuit, according to the diagram
opposite. Do not test the control circuits.
DC 500V
MEGGER
DC
L1
U
INVERTER
L2
V
L3
W
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