MD60 AC Drive User Manual Version 3.0

MD60 AC Drive User Manual Version 3.0
MD60 AC Drive
User Manual
Version 3.0
Instruction Manual D2-3499-3
The information in this manual is subject to change without notice.
Throughout this manual, the following notes are used to alert you to safety
considerations:
!
ATTENTION: Identifies information about practices or
circumstances that can lead to personal injury or death,
property damage, or economic loss.
Important: Identifies information that is critical for successful application and
understanding of the product.
!
ATTENTION: Only qualified personnel familiar with the
construction and operation of this equipment and the hazards
involved should install, adjust, operate, or service this equipment.
Read and understand this document in its entirety before
proceeding. Failure to observe this precaution could result in
severe bodily injury or loss of life.
ATTENTION: The drive contains high voltage capacitors that take
time to discharge after removal of mains supply. Before working
on the drive, ensure isolation of mains supply from line inputs [R,
S, T (L1, L2, L3)]. Wait three (3) minutes for capacitors to
discharge to safe voltage levels. Darkened display LEDs is not an
indication that capacitors have discharged to safe voltage levels.
Failure to observe this precaution could result in severe bodily
injury or loss of life.
ATTENTION: The drive can operate at and maintain zero speed.
The user is responsible for assuring safe conditions for operating
personnel by providing suitable guards, audible or visual alarms,
or other devices to indicate that the drive is operating, or may
operate, at or near zero speed. Failure to observe this precaution
could result in severe bodily injury or loss of life.
ATTENTION: The drive contains ESD- (Electrostatic Discharge)
sensitive parts and assemblies. Static control precautions are
required when installing, testing, servicing, or repairing the drive.
Erratic machine operation and damage to, or destruction of,
equipment can result if this procedure is not followed. Failure to
observe this precaution can result in bodily injury.
ATTENTION: The user must provide an external, hardwired
emergency stop circuit outside of the drive circuitry. This circuitry
must disable the system in case of improper operation.
Uncontrolled machine operation may result if this procedure is not
followed. Failure to observe this precaution could result in bodily
injury.
ATTENTION: The user is responsible for conforming with all
applicable local and national codes. Failure to observe this
precaution could result in damage to, or destruction of, the
equipment.
ATTENTION: An incorrectly applied or installed drive can result
in component damage or reduction in product life. Wiring or
application errors, such as undersizing the motor, incorrect or
inadequate AC supply, or excessive ambient temperatures may
result in malfunction of the system.
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CONTENTS
Chapter 1 Introduction
1.1 Getting Assistance from Reliance Electric..................... 1-1
Chapter 2 About the MD60 Drive
2.1 Identifying the Drive by Model Number.......................... 2-1
2.2 MD60 Drive Ratings, Model Numbers, and Frame
Sizes ............................................................................. 2-2
2.3 Kits................................................................................. 2-3
2.4 Storage Guidelines ........................................................ 2-4
Chapter 3 Mounting the Drive
3.1 General Requirements for the Installation Site .............. 3-1
3.1.1 Operating Conditions........................................... 3-2
3.1.2 Recommended Mounting Clearances ................. 3-2
3.1.3 Mounting Dimensions for the MD60 Drive........... 3-3
3.2 Mounting the Drive......................................................... 3-4
3.2.1 Protecting the Drive from Debris ......................... 3-4
Chapter 4 Grounding the Drive
4.1 RFI Filter Grounding ...................................................... 4-2
Chapter 5 Installing Power Wiring
5.1 Opening the Cover......................................................... 5-1
5.2 Verifying Drive AC Input Ratings Match Available
Power ........................................................................... 5-2
5.2.1 Ungrounded Distribution Systems ....................... 5-2
5.2.2 Input Power Conditioning .................................... 5-4
5.3 Power Wiring Specifications .......................................... 5-5
5.4 Power Terminal Block Connections............................... 5-5
5.5 Fuses and Circuit Breakers ........................................... 5-6
5.6 Motor Cable Types Acceptable for 200-600 Volt
Installations ................................................................... 5-8
5.7 Reflected Wave Protection ............................................ 5-9
5.8 Output Disconnect ....................................................... 5-10
Chapter 6 Installing Control Wiring
6.1 Stop Circuit Requirements............................................. 6-1
6.1.1 Compliance with Machinery Safety Standard EN
60204-1:1992 ...................................................... 6-2
6.2 Motor Start/Stop Precautions......................................... 6-2
6.3 I/O Wiring Recommendations........................................ 6-3
6.3.1 Maximum Cable Length Recommendations........ 6-3
6.4 Wiring the Control Terminal Block ................................. 6-4
6.4.1 I/O Wiring Examples............................................ 6-5
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6.4.2 Typical Multiple Drive Connection Examples....... 6-7
6.5 Start and Speed Reference Control............................... 6-8
6.6 Accel/Decel Selection .................................................... 6-9
Chapter 7 Completing the Installation
7.1 Checking the Installation Before Applying Power to the
Drive .............................................................................. 7-1
7.2 Powering Up After Installation is Complete.................... 7-2
Chapter 8 Using the Integral Keypad to Program and Control the Drive
8.1 Keypad Components ..................................................... 8-1
8.1.1 Display Description .............................................. 8-2
8.1.2 LED Descriptions ................................................. 8-2
8.1.3 Key Descriptions.................................................. 8-3
8.2 About Parameters .......................................................... 8-4
8.3 How Parameters are Organized .................................... 8-4
8.4 Viewing and Adjusting Basic (P) and Advanced (A)
Parameters .................................................................... 8-5
8.5 Viewing the Display (d) Parameters............................... 8-6
Chapter 9 Parameter Descriptions
9.1 Basic Program Group Parameters................................. 9-2
9.2 Advanced Group Parameters ........................................ 9-8
9.3 Display Group Parameters........................................... 9-27
Chapter 10 Troubleshooting the Drive
10.1 Fault Codes.................................................................. 10-1
10.1.1 Manually Clearing Faults ................................... 10-2
10.1.2 Automatically Clearing Faults (Auto Restart
Feature)............................................................ 10-2
10.2 Troubleshooting Tables ................................................ 10-6
10.2.1 Problem: Drive Does Not Start From Terminal Block
Start or Run Inputs ............................................ 10-6
10.2.2 Problem: Drive Does Not Start From Integral
Keypad ............................................................. 10-7
10.2.3 Problem: Drive Does Not Respond to Changes in
Speed Command .............................................. 10-7
10.2.4 Problem: Motor and/or Drive Will Not Accelerate to
Commanded Speed .......................................... 10-8
10.2.5 Problem: Motor Operation is Unstable............... 10-8
10.2.6 Problem: Drive Will Not Reverse Motor
Direction ........................................................... 10-9
Appendix A Technical Specifications ................................................... A-1
Appendix B Record of User Settings ................................................... B-1
Appendix C Parameters Cross-Referenced by Name ......................... C-1
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Appendix D CE Conformance Requirements .......................................D-1
Appendix E Accessories .......................................................................E-1
Appendix F RS485 (MDI) Protocol........................................................ F-1
Appendix G RJ45 Splitter Cable .......................................................... G-1
Index
Contents
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List of Figures
Figure 2.1 – Identifying the Drive by Model Number.................................. 2-1
Figure 3.1 – Minimum Mounting Clearances ............................................. 3-2
Figure 3.2 – Drive Dimensions - Front View .............................................. 3-3
Figure 3.3 – Drive Dimensions - Bottom View ........................................... 3-3
Figure 4.1 – Typical Grounding.................................................................. 4-1
Figure 5.1 – Opening the Cover................................................................. 5-1
Figure 5.2 – Removing the Finger Guard .................................................. 5-2
Figure 5.3 – Jumper Location (A Frame Shown) ....................................... 5-3
Figure 5.4 – Phase-to-Ground MOV Removal........................................... 5-3
Figure 5.5 – Power Terminal Block Connections....................................... 5-5
Figure 6.1 – Wiring the Control Terminal Block ......................................... 6-4
Figure 6.2 – I/O Wiring Examples .............................................................. 6-5
Figure 6.3 – Override Priority for the Speed Reference Command ........... 6-8
Figure 6.4 – Accel/Decel Selection ............................................................ 6-9
Figure 8.1 – Integral Keypad ..................................................................... 8-1
Figure 9.1 – Accel Time 1 (P039) .............................................................. 9-7
Figure 9.2 – Decel Time 1 (P040).............................................................. 9-7
Figure 9.3 – Accel Time 2 (A067) ............................................................ 9-11
Figure 9.4 – Decel Time 2 (A068)............................................................ 9-12
Figure 9.5 – DC Brake Level (A081)........................................................ 9-14
Figure 9.6 – S Curve% (A083) Examples ................................................ 9-15
Figure 9.7 – Start Boost (A084) ............................................................... 9-16
Figure 9.8 – Motor OL Select (A090) ....................................................... 9-17
Figure 9.9 – Derating Guidelines Based on PWM Frequency (A091)
Selection ........................................................................... 9-18
Figure 9.10 – Drive Status (d006) Bit Definitions..................................... 9-28
Figure 9.11 – Control Source (d012) Bit Definitions ................................ 9-29
Figure 9.12 – Control Input Status (d013) Bit Definitions......................... 9-30
Figure 9.13 – Digital Input Status (d014) Bit Definitions .......................... 9-30
Figure 9.14 – Comm Status (d015) Bit Definitions................................... 9-31
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List of Tables
Table 2.1 – Drive Ratings, Model Numbers, and Frame Sizes.................. 2-2
Table 2.2 – Standard Kits .......................................................................... 2-3
Table 3.1 – Ambient Operating Temperatures and Mounting Clearances. 3-2
Table 3.2 – Mounting Specifications .......................................................... 3-4
Table 5.1 – Corrective Actions for Input Power Conditions ....................... 5-4
Table 5.2 – Power Wiring Specifications ................................................... 5-5
Table 5.3 – Power Terminal Block Specifications...................................... 5-5
Table 5.4 – Drive, Fuse, and Circuit Breaker Ratings................................ 5-7
Table 5.5 – Shielded Motor Cable Types Acceptable for 200-600 Volt
Installations .......................................................................... 5-8
Table 5.6 – Maximum Cable Length Recommendation............................. 5-9
Table 6.1 – Recommended Control and Signal Wire................................. 6-3
Table 6.2 – I/O Terminal Block Specifications ........................................... 6-3
Table 6.3 – Typical Multiple Drive Connection Examples.......................... 6-7
Table 8.1 – LED Descriptions .................................................................... 8-2
Table 8.2 – Key Descriptions ..................................................................... 8-3
Table 8.3 – Viewing and Adjusting Basic (P) and Advanced (A)
Parameters .......................................................................... 8-5
Table 8.4 – Viewing the Display (d) Parameters........................................ 8-6
Table 9.1 – Trip Points for Digital Output Relay....................................... 9-11
Table 9.2 – Selecting the Reference Source Using Presets.................... 9-13
Table 10.1 – Fault Descriptions and Corrective Actions .......................... 10-3
Table 10.2 – Problem: Drive Does Not Start From Terminal Block Start
or Run Inputs ................................................................... 10-6
Table 10.3 – Problem: Drive Does Not Start From Integral Keypad ........ 10-7
Table 10.4 – Problem: Drive Does Not Respond to Changes in Speed
Command ......................................................................... 10-7
Table 10.5 – Problem: Motor and/or Drive Will Not Accelerate to
Commanded Speed .......................................................... 10-8
Table 10.6 – Problem: Motor Operation is Unstable................................ 10-8
Table 10.7 – Problem: Drive Will Not Reverse Motor Direction ............... 10-9
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CHAPTER 1
Introduction
This manual is intended for qualified electrical personnel familiar
with installing, programming, and maintaining AC drives.
This manual contains information on:
•
•
•
Installing and wiring the MD60 drive
Programming the drive
Troubleshooting the drive
The latest version of this manual is available from
http://www.theautomationbookstore.com or
http://www.reliance.com/docs_onl/online_stdrv.htm.
1.1
Getting Assistance from Reliance
Electric
If you have any questions or problems with the products described
in this instruction manual, contact your local Reliance Electric sales
office.
For technical assistance, call 1-800-726-8112. Before calling,
please review the troubleshooting section of this manual and check
the Reliance Standard Drives website for additional information.
When you call this number, you will be asked for the drive model
number or catalog number and this instruction manual number.
Introduction
1-1
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MD60 AC Drive User Manual
CHAPTER 2
About the MD60 Drive
This chapter provides information about the MD60 AC drive,
including:
•
•
2.1
How to identify the drive
Descriptions of NEMA ratings
Identifying the Drive by Model
Number
Each drive can be identified by its model number, as shown in
figure 2.1. The model number is on the shipping label and the drive
nameplate. The model number includes the drive and any options.
Drive model numbers are provided in table 2.1.
6MD V N - 1P5 1 1 1
6MD = MD60 Drive
A = 1-Phase, 240 VAC
V = 1-Phase, 120 VAC
B = 3-Phase, 240 VAC
D = 3-Phase, 460VAC
N = IP20 (Open)
Reserved
0 = Not Filtered
1 = Internal Filter
Reserved
@115V / 230 VAC
1P5 = 1.5 A, 0.25 HP
2P3 = 2.3 A, 0.5 HP
4P5 = 4.5 A, 1 HP
6P0 = 6.0 A, 1.5 HP
8P0 = 8 A, 2 HP
012 = 12 A, 3 HP
017 = 17.5 A, 5 HP
@460 VAC
1P4 = 1.4 A, 0.5 HP
2P3 = 2.3 A, 1 HP
4P0 = 4 A, 2 HP
6P0 = 6 A, 3 HP
8P7 = 8.7 A, 5 HP
Figure 2.1 – Identifying the Drive by Model Number
About the MD60 Drive
2-1
2.2
MD60 Drive Ratings, Model Numbers,
and Frame Sizes
Similar MD60 drive sizes are grouped into frame sizes to simplify
re-ordering and dimensioning. Refer to figure 3.2 for the dimensions
of each frame size.
Table 2.1 provides MD60 drive ratings, model numbers, and frame
sizes.
Table 2.1 – Drive Ratings, Model Numbers, and Frame Sizes
Drive Ratings
Input Voltage kW
115V, 50/60 Hz 0.2
1-Phase
0.37
0.75
1.1
230V, 50/60 Hz 0.2
1-Phase
0.37
With Integral
0.75
EMC Filter
1.5
230V, 50/60 Hz 0.2
1-Phase
0.37
No Filter
0.75
1.5
230V, 50/60 Hz 0.2
3-Phase
0.37
0.75
1.5
2.2
3.7
460V, 50/60 Hz 0.37
3-Phase
0.75
1.5
2.2
3.7
2-2
HP
0.25
0.5
1.0
1.5
0.25
0.5
1.0
2.0
0.25
0.5
1.0
2.0
0.25
0.5
1.0
2.0
3.0
5.0
0.5
1.0
2.0
3.0
5.0
Output
Current
1.5A
2.3A
4.5A
6.0A
1.5A
2.3A
4.5A
8.0A
1.5A
2.3A
4.5A
8.0A
1.5A
2.3A
4.5A
8.0A
12.0A
17.5
1.4A
2.3A
4.0A
6.0A
8.7A
Model Number
6MDVN-1P5101
6MDVN-2P3101
6MDVN-4P5101
6MDVN-6P0101
6MDAN-1P5111
6MDAN-2P3111
6MDAN-4P5111
6MDAN-8P0111
6MDAN-1P5101
6MDAN-2P3101
6MDAN-4P5101
6MDAN-8P0101
6MDBN-1P5101
6MDBN-2P3101
6MDBN-4P5101
6MDBN-8P0101
6MDBN-012101
6MDBN-017101
6MDDN-1P4101
6MDDN-2P3101
6MDDN-4P0101
6MDDN-6P0101
6MDDN-8P7101
Frame
Size
A
A
B
B
A
A
A
B
A
A
A
B
A
A
A
A
B
B
A
A
A
B
B
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2.3
Kits
Table 2.2 lists kits for the MD60 drive. Contact Reliance Electric for
more information about these kits.
Table 2.2 – Standard Kits
Kit Description
Model Number
MD60 Serial Converter and cables
MDCOMM-232
VS Utilities Software CD
RECOMM-VSUTIL
MD60 Serial Converter (includes VS
Utilities Software)
MDCOMM-VSU232
NEMA 1/IP30 Kit (contains conduit box and 6MD-NM1A
converter cover)
6MD-NM1B
Remote LCD OIM Nema 4x/12 (includes
2.9 meter cable)
MD4ALCD 1
Remote Handheld OIM (Copy Cat Keypad; MD1CC1
includes 1.0 meter cable)
Bezel Kit (panel mount for Remote
Handheld OIM)
MDBZL-N1
OIM Cable (1.0 meter OIM-to-RJ45 cable)
MDCBL-CC1
OIM Cable (2.9 meter OIM-to-RJ45 cable)
MDCBL-CC3
RJ45 Cable (2.0 meter RJ45-to-RJ45
cable, male-to-male connectors)
MDCBL-RJ45
Serial Cable (2.0 meter serial cable with a RECBL-SFC
locking low profile connector to connect to
the serial converter and a 9-pin subminiature D female connector to connect to
a computer)
RJ45 Splitter Cables
See Appendix G
Terminating Resistors (RJ45 120 Ohm
resistors; 2 pieces)
AK-UO-RJ45-TRI
Terminal Block (RJ45 two-position terminal AK-UO-TB2P
block; 5 pieces)
Communications Option Kits
See Appendix E
Dynamic Brake Resistors
AK-R2-xxx1
EMI Filters
6MDF-xxx1
1
See Appendix E for more information.
About the MD60 Drive
2-3
2.4
Storage Guidelines
If you need to store the drive, follow these recommendations to
prolong drive life and performance:
2-4
•
Store the drive within an ambient temperature range of -40° to
+85° C.
•
Store the drive within a relative humidity range of 0% to 95%,
non-condensing.
•
Do not expose the drive to a corrosive atmosphere.
MD60 AC Drive User Manual
CHAPTER 3
Mounting the Drive
This chapter provides information that must be considered when
planning an MD60 drive installation and provides drive mounting
information and installation site requirements.
!
ATTENTION: Only qualified electrical personnel familiar with
the construction and operation of this equipment and the
hazards involved should install, adjust, operate, or service this
equipment. Read and understand this manual and other
applicable manuals in their entirety before proceeding. Failure
to observe this precaution could result in severe bodily injury
or loss of life.
ATTENTION: Use of power correction capacitors on the
output of the drive can result in erratic operation of the motor,
nuisance tripping, and/or permanent damage to the drive.
Remove power correction capacitors before proceeding.
Failure to observe this precaution could result in damage to,
or destruction of, the equipment.
ATTENTION: The user is responsible for conforming with all
applicable local, national, and international codes. Failure to
observe this precaution could result in damage to, or
destruction of, the equipment.
3.1
General Requirements for the
Installation Site
It is important to properly plan before installing an MD60 drive to
ensure that the drive’s environment and operating conditions are
satisfactory.
The area behind the drive must be kept clear of all control and
power wiring. Power connections may create electromagnetic fields
that may interfere with control wiring or components when run in
close proximity to the drive.
Read the recommendations in the following sections before
continuing with the drive installation.
Mounting the Drive
3-1
3.1.1 Operating Conditions
Before deciding on an installation site, consider the following
guidelines:
•
•
Protect the cooling fan by avoiding dust or metallic particles.
•
•
Protect the drive from moisture and direct sunlight.
Do not expose the drive to a corrosive atmosphere.
Verify that the drive location will meet the environmental
conditions specified in table 3.1.
Table 3.1 – Ambient Operating Temperatures and Mounting Clearances
Ambient
Temperature
Minimum Maximum
-10°C
(14°F)
40°C
(104°F)
Enclosure
Rating
IP 20/Open Type Use Mounting Option A
(figure 3.1)
IP 30/NEMA 1/
UL Type 11
50°C
(122°F)
1
Minimum Mounting
Clearances
Use Mounting Option B
(figure 3.1)
IP 20/Open Type Use Mounting Option B
(figure 3.1)
Rating requires installation of the MD60 NEMA 1/IP30 Kit.
3.1.2 Recommended Mounting Clearances
Refer to figure 3.1 for the minimum mounting clearances. Refer to
section 3.1.3 for drive mounting dimensions.
25 mm
(1.0 in)
120 mm
(4.7 in)
120 mm
(4.7 in)
Mounting Option A
No clearance required
between drives
Mounting Option B
120 mm
(4.7 in)
120 mm
(4.7 in)
See figure 3.2 for drive dimensions.
Figure 3.1 – Minimum Mounting Clearances
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3.1.3 Mounting Dimensions for the MD60 Drive
Overall dimensions and weights are illustrated in figures 3.2 and 3.3
as an aid to calculating the total area required by the MD60 drive.
Dimensions are in millimeters and (inches). Weights are in
kilograms and (pounds). See table 2.1 for drive ratings by frame.
A
D
C
F
GEB
NEMA 1/IP30
Kit
5.5 (0.22)
Side
Front
Frame
B1
A
C
D
E2
F
Shipping
Weight
G
A
80 (3.15) 185 (7.28) 136 (5.35) 67 (2.64) 152 (5.98) 59.3 (2.33) 140 (5.51)
1.4 (3.1)
B
100 (3.94) 213 (8.39) 136 (5.35) 87 (3.43) 180 (7.09) 87.4 (3.44) 168 (6.61)
2.2 (4.9)
Figure 3.2 – Drive Dimensions - Front View
1
2
Height dimension includes NEMA 1/IP30 Kit; see figure 3.3.
Height dimension without NEMA 1/IP30 Kit.
59.2
(2.33)
40.0
(1.57)
20.7
(0.81)
Frame A
∅ 22.2
(0.88)
79.1
(3.11)
64.1
(2.52)
40.6
(1.60)
∅ 22.2
(0.88)
25.6
(1.01)
34.0
(1.34)
35.6
(1.40)
75.3
(2.96)
74.3
(2.93)
Frame B
Figure 3.3 – Drive Dimensions - Bottom View
Mounting the Drive
3-3
3.2
Mounting the Drive
Mount the drive upright on a flat, vertical, and level surface.
•
Install on 35 mm DIN rail
or
•
Install with screws (see table 3.2).
Table 3.2 – Mounting Specifications
Minimum Panel
Thickness
Screw Size
1.9 mm (0.0747 in) M4 (#8-32)
Mounting Torque
1.56-1.96 N-m (14-17 in-lb)
3.2.1 Protecting the Drive from Debris
A plastic top panel is included with the drive. Install the panel to
prevent debris from falling through the vents of the drive housing
during installation. Remove the panel for IP 20/Open Type
applications.
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CHAPTER 4
Grounding the Drive
!
ATTENTION: The following information is merely a
guide for proper installation. Rockwell Automation
cannot assume responsibility for the compliance or
the noncompliance to any code, national, local or
otherwise for the proper installation of this drive or
associated equipment. A hazard of personal injury
and/or equipment damage exists if codes are
ignored during installation.
The drive Safety Ground must be connected to system
ground. Ground impedance must conform to the requirements of
national and local industrial safety regulations and/or electrical
codes. The integrity of all ground connections should be periodically
checked.
Important: Remove the MOV-to-ground jumper if the drive
is installed on an ungrounded system.
Tighten screw after jumper removal.
Jumper
Location
R/L1
S/L2
T/L3
U/T1
V/T2
W/T3
SHLD
Figure 4.1 – Typical Grounding
For installations within a cabinet, a single safety ground point or
ground bus bar connected directly to building steel should be used.
All circuits including the AC input ground conductor should be
grounded independently and directly to this point/bar.
Grounding the Drive
4-1
Ground Fault Monitoring
If a system ground fault monitor is to be used, only Type B
(adjustable) devices should be used to avoid nuisance tripping.
Safety Ground -
(PE)
This is the safety ground for the drive that is required by code. One
of these points must be connected to adjacent building steel (girder,
joist), a floor ground rod, or bus bar. Grounding points must comply
with national and local industrial safety regulations and/or electrical
codes.
Motor Ground
The motor ground must be connected to one of the ground
terminals on the drive.
Shield Termination - SHLD
Either of the safety ground terminals located on the power terminal
block provides a grounding point for the motor cable shield. The
motor cable shield connected to one of these terminals (drive end)
should also be connected to the motor frame (motor end). Use a
shield terminating or EMI clamp to connect the shield to the safety
ground terminal. The NEMA 1/IP30 Kit may be used with a cable
clamp for a grounding point for the cable shield.
When shielded cable is used for control and signal wiring, the
shield should be grounded at the source end only, not at the drive
end.
4.1
RFI Filter Grounding
Using single-phase drives with integral filter, or an external filter with
any drive rating, may result in relatively high ground leakage
currents. Therefore, the filter must only be used in installations
with grounded AC supply systems and be permanently
installed and solidly grounded (bonded) to the building power
distribution ground.
Ensure that the incoming supply neutral is solidly connected
(bonded) to the same building power distribution ground. Grounding
must not rely on flexible cables and should not include any form of
plug or socket that would permit inadvertent disconnection. Some
local codes may require redundant ground connections. The
integrity of all connections should be periodically checked.
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CHAPTER 5
Installing Power Wiring
ATTENTION: The user is responsible for conforming
with all applicable local and national codes. Failure
to observe this precaution could result in damage to,
or destruction of, the equipment.
!
ATTENTION: To avoid a possible shock hazard
caused by induced voltages, unused wires in the
conduit must be grounded at both ends. For the same
reason, if a drive sharing a conduit is being serviced
or installed, all drives using this conduit should be
disabled. This will help minimize the possible shock
hazard from “cross-coupled” power leads.
This chapter provides instructions on wiring output wiring to the
motor and installing AC input power wiring.
5.1
Opening the Cover
To access the power terminal block:
Step 1.
Open the cover.
a. Press and hold in the tabs on each side of the cover.
b. Pull the cover out and up to release (refer to figure 5.1).
Figure 5.1 – Opening the Cover
Installing Power Wiring
5-1
Step 2.
Remove the finger guard (refer to figure 5.2).
a. Press in and hold the locking tab.
b. Slide finger guard down and out.
Replace the finger guard when wiring is complete.
R/L1 S/L2 T/L3 U/T1 V/T2 W/T3
BR+ BR-
Power Terminal
Block
Finger Guard
Figure 5.2 – Removing the Finger Guard
5.2
Verifying Drive AC Input Ratings
Match Available Power
It is important to verity that plant power meets the input power
requirements of the drive’s circuitry. Refer to table 5.4 for input
power rating specifications. Be sure input power to the drive
corresponds to the drive nameplate voltage and frequency.
5.2.1 Ungrounded Distribution Systems
!
ATTENTION: MD60 drives contain protective MOVs
that are referenced to ground. These devices should
be disconnected if the drive is installed on an
ungrounded distribution system.
To prevent drive damage, the MOVs connected to ground should be
disconnected if the drive is installed on an ungrounded distribution
system where the line-to-ground voltages on any phase could
exceed 125% of the nominal line-to-line voltage.
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Disconnecting MOVs
To disconnect MOVs, you must remove the external jumper located
on the lower left side of the front of the drive.
To remove the jumper, use the following procedure and refer to
figures 5.3 and 5.4.
Step 1.
Open the cover.
Step 2.
Locate the screw below and to the left of the power
terminal block.
Step 3.
Turn the screw counterclockwise to loosen.
Step 4.
Pull the jumper completely out of the drive chassis.
Step 5.
Tighten the screw to keep it in place.
Important: Tighten screw after
jumper removal.
Jumper
Figure 5.3 – Jumper Location (A Frame Shown)
R/L1
Three-Phase
AC Input S/L2
T/L3
Jumper
1
2
3
4
Figure 5.4 – Phase-to-Ground MOV Removal
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5-3
5.2.2 Input Power Conditioning
The drive is suitable for direct connection to input power within the
rated voltage of the drive (see table 5.4). Table 5.1 lists certain input
power conditions that may cause component damage or reduction
in product life. If any of the conditions exist, install one of the
devices listed in the ”Corrective Action” column in table 5.1 on the
line side of the drive.
Important:
Only one device per branch circuit is required. It
should be mounted closest to the branch and sized to
handle the total current of the branch circuit.
Table 5.1 – Corrective Actions for Input Power Conditions
Input Power Condition
Corrective Action
Low line impedance (less than 1% line
reactance)
•
Greater than 120 kVA supply transformer
or
Line has power factor correction capacitors
•
Install isolation
transformer
•
Remove MOV jumper to
ground and install
isolation transformer
with grounded
secondary, if necessary.
Line has frequent power interruptions
Install line reactor1
Line has intermittent noise spikes in excess of
6000V (lightning)
Phase-to-ground voltage exceeds 125% of
normal line-to-line voltage
Ungrounded distribution system
1
Contact Reliance Electric for application and ordering information.
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5.3
Power Wiring Specifications
Table 5.2 – Power Wiring Specifications
Power Wire Rating
Recommended Copper Wire
Unshielded 600V, 75°C (167°F)
THHN/THWN
15 mils insulated, dry location
Shielded 600V, 90°C (194°F)
RHH/RHW-2
Belden 29501-29507 or
equivalent
Shielded Tray rated 600V, 90°C (194°F)
RHH/RHW-2
Shawflex 2ACD/3ACD or
equivalent
5.4
Power Terminal Block Connections
Table 5.3 – Power Terminal Block Specifications
Frame Maximum Wire Size 1
1
Minimum Wire Size 1
A
3.3 mm2 (12 AWG)
0.8 mm2 (18 AWG)
B
5.3 mm2 (10 AWG)
1.3 mm2 (16 AWG)
Torque
1.7-2.2 Nm
(16-19 in-lb)
Maximum/minimum sizes that the terminal block will accept. These are not
recommendations.
R/L1 S/L2 T/L3 U/T1 V/T2 W/T3
BR+ BR-
Power Terminal Block
Terminal
Description
R/L1, S/L2
1-Phase Input
R/L1, S/L2,
T/L3
3-Phase Input
U/T1
To Motor U/T1
V/T2
To Motor V/T2
W/T3
To Motor W/T3
BR+, BR-
Dynamic Brake Resistor Connection
(All ratings 100% rated.)
Switch any two
motor leads to
change forward
direction.
PE Ground
Figure 5.5 – Power Terminal Block Connections
Installing Power Wiring
5-5
5.5
Fuses and Circuit Breakers
The MD60 drive does not provide branch short circuit protection.
This product should be installed with either input fuses or an input
circuit breaker. National and local industrial safety regulations and/
or electrical codes may determine additional requirements for these
installations.
Table 5.4 provides drive ratings and recommended AC line input
fuse and circuit breaker information. Both types of short circuit
protection are acceptable for UL and IEC requirements. Sizes listed
are the recommended sizes based on 40 degree C and the U.S.
N.E.C. Other country, state or local codes may require different
ratings.
!
ATTENTION: To guard against personal injury and/
or equipment damage caused by improper fusing or
circuit breaker selection, use only the recommended
line fuses/circuit breakers specified in table 5.4.
Fuses
The MD60 drive has been UL tested and approved for use with
input fuses. The ratings in table 5.4 are the minimum recommended
values for use with each drive rating. The devices listed in this table
are provided to serve as a guide.
If fuses are chosen as the desired protection method, refer to
the recommended types listed below. If available amp ratings do not
match the tables provided, the closest fuse rating that exceeds the
drive rating should be chosen.
•
IEC – BS88 (British Standard) Parts 1 & 2 1, EN60269-1, Parts 1 &
2, type gG or equivalent should be used.
•
UL Class CC, T or J must be used. 2
1
2
5-6
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.
Typical designations include:
Type CC - KTK-R, FNQ-R
Type J - JKS, LPJ
Type T - JJS, JJN
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Circuit Breakers
The “other devices” listings in table 5.4 include both circuit breakers
(inverse time or instantaneous trip) and self-protecting motor
starters. If one of these is chosen as the desired protection
method, the following requirements apply.
•
IEC and UL – Both types of devices are acceptable for IEC and
UL installations.
Table 5.4 – Drive, Fuse, and Circuit Breaker Ratings
Drive Ratings
Output Ratings
Model Number
Input Ratings
Voltage
kW (HP) Amps Range kVA Amps
100 - 115V AC 1-Phase Input; 0 - 230 V, 3-Phase Output
6MDVN-1P5101 0.2 (0.25) 1.5 90-126 0.75 6.0
6MDVN-2P3101 0.37 (0.5) 2.3 90-126 1.15 9.0
6MDVN-4P5101 0.75 (1.0) 4.5 90-126 2.25 18.0
6MDVN-6P0101 1.1 (1.5) 6.0 90-126 3.0 24.0
200 - 240V AC 1-Phase Input; 0 - 230 V, 3-Phase Output
6MDAN-1P5111 0.2 (0.25) 1.5 180-265 0.75 5.0
6MDAN-2P3111 0.37 (0.5) 2.3 180-265 1.15 6.0
6MDAN-4P5111 0.75 (1.0) 4.5 180-265 2.25 10.0
6MDAN-8P0111 1.5 (2.0) 8.0 180-265 4.0 18.0
200 - 240V AC 3-Phase Input; 0 - 230 V, 3-Phase Output
6MDBN-1P5101 0.2 (0.25) 1.5 180-265 0.75 1.8
6MDBN-2P3101 0.37 (0.5) 2.3 180-265 1.15 2.5
6MDBN-4P5101 0.75 (1.0) 4.5 180-265 2.25 5.2
6MDBN-8P0101 1.5 (2.0) 8.0 180-265 4.0 9.5
6MDBN-012101 2.2 (3.0) 12.0 180-265 5.5 15.5
6MDBN-017101 3.7 (5.0) 17.5 180-265 8.6 21.0
380 - 480V AC 3-Phase Input; 0 - 480 V, 3-Phase Output
6MDDN-1P4101 0.37 (0.5) 1.4 340-528 1.4 1.8
6MDDN-2P3101 0.75 (1.0) 2.3 340-528 2.3 3.2
6MDDN-4P0101 1.5 (2.0) 4.0 340-528 4.0 5.7
6MDDN-6P0101 2.2 (3.0) 6.0 340-528 5.9 7.5
6MDDN-8P7101 3.7 (5.0) 8.7 340-528 8.6 9.0
Branch Circuit
Power
Protection
Dissipation
Fuse
Other IP20 Open
Rating Devices Watts
10
15
30
40
10
15
30
40
25
30
50
70
10
10
15
30
5
10
15
25
25
30
50
80
3
6
10
15
25
35
5
5
7
15
25
30
25
30
50
80
115
165
3
6
10
15
15
3
4
7
10
15
30
40
60
90
145
Note: For carrier frequencies above 4 kHz, see figure 9.9.
Installing Power Wiring
5-7
5.6
Motor Cable Types Acceptable for
200-600 Volt Installations
General
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 15 mils (0.4 mm/0.015
in). Do not route more than three sets of motor leads in a single
conduit to minimize “cross talk”. If more than three drive/motor
connections per conduit are required, shielded cable must be used.
•
UL installations in 50°C ambient must use 600V, 75°C or 90°C
wire.
•
For UL installations in 40°C ambient, 600V, 75°C or 90°C wire is
recommended.
•
Use copper wire only. Wire gauge requirements and
recommendations are based on 75° C. Do not reduce wire gauge
when using higher temperature wire.
Unshielded
THHN, THWN or similar wire is acceptable for drive installation in
dry environments provided adequate free air space and/or conduit
fill rates limits are provided. Do not use THHN or similarly coated
wire in wet areas. Any wire chosen must have a minimum
insulation thickness of 15 mil and should not have large variations in
insulation concentricity.
Shielded
Refer to table 5.5 for acceptable shielded motor cable types.
.
Table 5.5 – Shielded Motor Cable Types Acceptable for 200-600 Volt Installations
Location
Standard
(Option 1)
5-8
Rating/Type
600V, 75°C or 90°C
(167°F or 194°F)
RHH/RHW-2
Belden 2950129507 or equivalent
Description
•
Four tinned copper conductors with
XLPE insulation
•
Foil shield and tinned copper drain
wire with 85% braid coverage
•
PVC jacket
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Table 5.5 – Shielded Motor Cable Types Acceptable for 200-600 Volt Installations
Location
Standard
(Option 2)
Rating/Type
Tray rated 600V,
75°C or 90°C (167°F
or 194°F) RHH/
RHW-2
Shawflex 2ACD/
3ACD or equivalent
Class I & II; Tray rated 600V,
Division I & II 75°C or 90°C (167°F
or 194°F) RHH/
RHW-2
5.7
Description
•
Three tinned copper conductors with
XLPE insulation
•
5 mil single helical copper tape (25%
overlap min.) with three bare copper
grounds in contact with shield
•
•
PVC jacket
•
5 mil single helical copper tape (25%
overlap min.) with three bare copper
grounds in contact with shield
•
PVC copper grounds on #10 AWG
and smaller
Three tinned copper conductors with
XLPE insulation
Reflected Wave Protection
The drive should be installed as close to the motor as possible.
Installations with long motor cables may require the addition of
external devices, such as reactors, to limit voltage reflections at the
motor (reflected wave phenomena). Contact Reliance Electric for
recommendations.
The reflected wave data applies to all frequencies 2 to16 kHz. For
240 V ratings, reflected wave effects do not need to be considered.
Table 5.6 – Maximum Cable Length Recommendation
Reflected Wave
380-480V Ratings
1
Motor Insulation Rating
Motor Cable Only1
1000 Vp-p
15 meters (49 feet)
1200 Vp-p
40 meters (131 feet)
1600 Vp-p
170 meters (558 feet)
Longer cable lengths can be achieved by installing devices on the output of the drive.
Consult factory for recommendations.
Installing Power Wiring
5-9
5.8
Output Disconnect
The drive is intended to be commanded by control input signals that
will start and stop the motor. A device that routinely disconnects
then reapplies output power to the motor for the purpose of starting
and stopping the motor should not be used. If it is necessary to
disconnect power to the motor while the drive is providing output
power, an auxiliary contact should be used to simultaneously
disable drive control run commands.
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CHAPTER 6
Installing Control Wiring
This chapter describes how to wire the signal and I/O terminal strip
for stop, speed feedback, and remote control signals.
To access the control terminal block, remove the drive cover (refer
to chapter 5).
Terminal block connections are detailed in figure 6.1.
6.1
Stop Circuit Requirements
!
ATTENTION: You must provide an external,
hardwired emergency stop circuit outside of the
drive circuitry. This circuit must disable the system
in case of improper operation. Uncontrolled
machine operation can result if this procedure is not
followed. Failure to observe this precaution could
result in bodily injury.
Depending upon the requirements of the application, the MD60
drive can be configured to provide either a coast-to-rest or a rampto-rest operational stop without physical separation of the power
source from the motor. A coast-to-rest stop turns off the transistor
power device drivers. A ramp-to-rest stop fires the transistor power
device drivers until the motor comes to a stop, and then turns off the
power devices.
In addition to the operational stop, you must provide a hardwired
emergency stop external to the drive. The emergency stop circuit
must contain only hardwired electromechanical components.
Operation of the emergency stop must not depend on electronic
logic (hardware or software) or on the communication of commands
over an electronic network or link.
Note that the hardwired emergency stop you install can be used at
any time to stop the drive.
Installing Control Wiring
6-1
6.1.1 Compliance with Machinery Safety Standard
EN 60204-1:1992
This section applies to you if you must comply with machinery
safety standard EN 60204-1:1992, part 9.2.5.4, Emergency Stop.
The MD60 drive coast-to-rest stop is a category 0 operational stop.
The ramp-to-rest stop is a category 1 operational stop. You can also
implement a category 2 stop with power maintained to the motor at
zero speed.
The required external hardwired emergency stop must be either a
category 0 or 1 stop, depending on your risk assessment of the
associated machinery. To fully comply with machinery safety
standard EN60204-1:1992, part 9.2.5.4, at least one of the two stop
methods must be a category 0 stop.
6.2
Motor Start/Stop Precautions
!
ATTENTION: A contactor or other device that
routinely disconnects and reapplies the AC line to the
drive to start and stop the motor can cause drive
hardware damage. The drive is designed to use
control input signals that will start and stop the motor.
If used, the input device must not exceed one
operation per minute or drive damage can occur.
Failure to observe this precaution can result in
damage to, or destruction of, equipment.
ATTENTION: The drive start/stop control circuitry
includes solid-state components. If hazards due to
accidental contact with moving machinery or
unintentional flow of liquid, gas or solids exist, an
additional hardwired stop circuit may be required to
remove the AC line to the drive. When the AC line is
removed, there will be a loss of any inherent
regenerative braking effect that might be present the motor will coast to a stop. An auxiliary braking
method may be required.
Important points to remember about I/O wiring:
•
•
•
6-2
Always use copper wire.
Wire with an insulation rating of 600V or greater is recommended.
Control and signal wires should be separated from power wires
by at least 0.3 meters (1 foot).
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Important:
ATTENTION: Driving the 4-20 mA analog input from
a voltage source could cause component damage.
Verify proper configuration prior to applying input
signals.
!
6.3
I/O terminals labeled “Common” are not referenced to
the safety ground (PE) terminal and are designed to
greatly reduce common mode interference.
I/O Wiring Recommendations
Table 6.1 – Recommended Control and Signal Wire1
Wire Type(s)
Minimum
Insulation
Rating
Description
Belden 8760/
9460 (or equiv.)
0.8 mm
shield with drain.
Belden 8770
(or equiv.)
0.8 mm2 (18AWG), 3 conductor,
shielded for remote pot only.
1
2 (18AWG), twisted pair, 100%
300 V
60° C
(140° F)
If the wires are short and contained within a cabinet which has no sensitive circuits,
the use of shielded wire may not be necessary, but is always recommended.
Table 6.2 – I/O Terminal Block Specifications
Maximum Wire Size1
2
1.3 mm (16 AWG)
1
Minimum Wire Size1
2
0.13 mm (26 AWG)
Torque
0.5 to 0.8 Nm (4.4 in-lb)
Maximum / minimum that the terminal block will accept. These are not
recommendations.
6.3.1 Maximum Cable Length Recommendations
Do not exceed control wiring length of 30 meters (100 feet). Control
signal cable length is highly dependent on electrical environment
and installation practices. To improve noise immunity, the I/O
terminal block Common must be connected to ground terminal/
protective earth. If using the RS485 port, Terminal 16 should also
be connected to ground terminal/protective earth.
Installing Control Wiring
6-3
6.4
Wiring the Control Terminal Block
(1) Important: I/O Terminal 01
is always a coast-to-stop input
except when P036 (Start Source)
is set to 3-Wire Control. In threewire control, I/O Terminal 01 is
controlled by P037 (Stop
Mode).
All other sources are
controlled by
P037 (Stop Mode).
P036 (Start Source)
Stop
I/O Terminal 01 Stop
Keypad
3-Wire
2-Wire
RS485
Per P037
Per P037
Per P037
Per P037
Coast
Per P037
Coast
Coast
Stop (1)
01
02
Direction/Run REV
03
Important: The drive is
shipped with a jumper
installed between I/O
Terminals 01 and 11.
Remove this jumper when
using I/O Terminal 01 as a
stop or enable input.
SNK
SRC
Digital Common
04
Digital Input 1
05
Digital Input 2
06
+24V
+10V
(2) Two-wire control shown.
For three-wire control, use a
momentary input
on
I/O Terminal 02 to command
a start. Use a maintained
input
for I/O Terminal
03 to change direction.
Relay N.O.
Relay Common
Relay N.C.
30V DC 125V AC 230V AC
Resistive
3.0A
3.0A
3.0A
Inductive
0.5A
0.5A
0.5A
+24V DC
11
12
13
R1
14
R2
15
R3
16
Typical
Typical
SRC Wiring SNK Wiring
Start/Run FWD (2)
+10V DC
0-10V In
Analog Common
4-20mA In
RS485 Shield
01 02 03 04 05 06
R1 R2 R3
SNK
SRC
11
12 13 14 15 16
RS485
(DSI)
8 1
(1)
No.
Signal
Default
Description
Parameter
R1
Relay N.O.
Fault
Normally open contact for output relay.
A055
R2
Relay Common
–
Common for output relay.
R3
Relay N.C.
Fault
Normally closed contact for output relay.
Source (SRC)
Inputs can be wired as Sink (SNK) or Source (SRC) via DIP Switch setting.
The factory-installed jumper or a normally closed input
must be present for the drive to start.
Sink/Source DIP Switch
A055
01
Stop(1)
Coast
02
Start/Run FWD
Not Active
03
Dir/Run REV
Not Active
04
Digital Common
–
For digital inputs. Electronically isolated with digital
inputs from analog I/O.
05
Digital Input 1
Preset 1
Program with A051 (Digital In1 Select).
A051
06
Digital Input 2
Preset 2
Program with A052 (Digital In2 Select).
A052
11
+24V DC
–
Drive supplied power for digital inputs.
12
+10V DC
–
Drive supplied power for 0-10V external potentiometer.
P038
13
0-10V In(3)
Not Active
For external 0-10V input supply
(input impedance = 100k ohm) or potentiometer wiper.
P038
14
Analog Common
–
For 0-10V In or 4-20mA In. Analog inputs electrically
isolated from digital I/O.
15
4-20mA In(3)
Not Active
For external 4-20mA input supply
(input impedance = 250 ohm).
–
Terminal should be connected to chassis ground when
using the RS485 communications port.
16
(3)
(4)
RS485 Shield
P036
Command comes from the integral keypad by default. To P036, P037
disable reverse operation, see A095 (Reverse Disable). P036, P037, A095
P038
Only one analog frequency source may be connected at a time. If more than one reference is connected at the same time,
an undetermined frequency reference will result.
RS485 port is used to connect the drive to a personal computer running VS Utilities via a Serial Converter module, and for
connection to the Remote Nema 4x/12 or Copy Cat Keypads.
Figure 6.1 – Wiring the Control Terminal Block
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6.4.1 I/O Wiring Examples
Input/Output
Potentiometer
1-10k Ohm Pot.
Recommended
(2 watt minimum)
Analog Input
0 to +10V, 100k ohm
impedance
4-20 mA, 100 ohm
impedance
Connection Example
P038 (Speed Reference) = 2 “0-10V Input”
12
13
14
Voltage
P038 (Speed Reference) = 2
“0-10V Input”
+
Common
13
14
Current
P038 (Speed Reference) = 3
“4-20mA Input”
14
15
Common
+
Internal Supply (SRC)
2 Wire SRC Control
Non-Reversing
01
11
P036 (Start Source) = 2, 3 or
02
4
Input must be active for the
Stop-Run
drive to run. When input is
opened, the drive will stop as
specified by P037 (Stop
Mode).
If desired, a User Supplied
24 V DC power source can
be used. Refer to the
“External Supply (SRC)”
example.
2 Wire SNK Control Non- Internal Supply (SNK)
Reversing
External Supply (SRC)
01
02
Stop-Run
04
+24V
Common
01
02
Stop-Run
04
Figure 6.2 – I/O Wiring Examples
Installing Control Wiring
6-5
Input/Output
Connection Example
Internal Supply (SRC)
2 Wire SRC Control - Run
FWD/Run REV
01
11
P036 (Start Source) = 2, 3,
02
or 4
03
Stop-Run
Input must be active for the
Forward
drive to run. When input is
opened, the drive will stop as
Stop-Run
specified by PO37 (Stop
Reverse
Mode).
If both Run Forward and Run
Reverse inputs are closed at
the same time, an
undetermined state could
occur.
2 Wire SNK Control - Run Internal Supply (SNK)
FWD/Run REV
External Supply (SRC)
Stop-Run
Forward
01
02
03
04
Stop-Run
Reverse
+24V
Common
01
02
03
04
Stop-Run
Forward
Stop-Run
Reverse
3 Wire SRC Control Non-Reversing
P036 (Start Source) = 1
A momentary input will start
the drive. A stop input to I/O
Terminal 01 will stop the
drive as specified by P037
(Stop Mode).
Internal Supply (SRC)
Stop
11
External Supply (SRC)
Stop
01
02
Start
01
02
Start
+24V
04
Common
3 Wire SNK Control - Non- Internal Supply (SNK)
Reversing
Stop
Start
3 Wire SRC Control Reversing
P036 (Start Source) = 1
A momentary input will start
the drive. A stop input to I/O
Terminal 01 will stop the
drive as specified by P037
(Stop Mode). I/O Terminal 03
determines direction.
01
02
03
04
Internal Supply (SRC)
Stop
Start
11
External Supply (SRC)
Stop
01
02
03
01
02
03
04
Start
Direction
Direction
+24V
Common
Figure 6.2 – I/O Wiring Examples
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Input/Output
Connection Example
3 Wire SNK Control Reversing
Internal Supply (SNK)
Stop
Start
01
02
03
04
Direction
Figure 6.2 – I/O Wiring Examples
6.4.2 Typical Multiple Drive Connection Examples
Table 6.3 – Typical Multiple Drive Connection Examples
Input
Connection Example
Multiple Digital
02
04
02
04
02
04
02
04
Input
Connections
Customer Inputs
can be wired per
External Supply
(SRC) or
Customer Inputs
Optional Ground Connection
Internal Supply
(SNK).
When connecting a single input such as Run, Stop, Reverse or Preset
Speeds to multiple drives, it is important to connect I/O Terminal 04
common together for all drives. If they are to be tied into another common
(such as earth ground or separate apparatus ground) only one point of
the daisy chain of I/O Terminal 04 should be connected.
Multiple Analog
Connections
12 13 14
Remote Potentiometer
13 14
13 14
13 14
Optional Ground Connection
When connecting a single potentiometer to multiple drives it is important
to connect I/O Terminal 14 common together for all drives. I/O Terminal
14 common and I/O Terminal 13 (potentiometer wiper) should be daisychained to each drive. All drives must be powered up for the analog signal
to be read correctly.
Installing Control Wiring
6-7
6.5
Start and Speed Reference Control
The drive speed command can be obtained from a number of
different sources. The source is normally determined by P038
(Speed Reference). However, when A051 or A052 (Digital Inx
Select) is set to option 2, 4, 5, or 6, and the digital input is active,
A051 or A052 will override the speed reference commanded by
P038 (Speed Reference). See figure 6.3 for the override priority.
Jog input
enabled and active:
A051 or A052 = 2
Drive will start and run at jog speed.
Yes
Direction comes from
Terminal 03 Dir/Run REV
No
Local/Remote input
enabled and active:
A051 or A052 = 5
Yes
Start, speed and direction commands
come from integral keypad.
Yes
Start, speed and direction commands
come from RS485 port.
No
Comm Select input
enabled and active:
A051 or A052 = 6
No
P038 (Speed Reference)
= 4 or 5
Yes
Run as specified by
P038 (Speed Reference).
Start and direction commands come
from P036 (Start Source).
No
A051 / A052
Preset inputs active
Yes
Run as specified by
A071-A073 (Preset Freq 1-3).
Start and direction commands come
from P036 (Start Source).
No
Run as specified by
P038 (Speed Reference).
Start and direction commands come
from P036 (Start Source).
Figure 6.3 – Override Priority for the Speed Reference Command
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6.6
Accel/Decel Selection
The selection of Accel/Decel rates can be made through digital
inputs, RS485 communications and/or parameters. See figure 6.4.
Jog input
enabled and active:
A051 or A052 = 2
Yes
A079 (Jog Accel/Decel) used.
Yes
Active when
A067 (Accel Time 2)/A068 (Decel Time 2)
selected by RS485 port.
Yes
A067 (Accel Time 2)/A068 (Decel Time 2)
is active when input is active.
No
RS485 port
controls speed
No
Input is programmed
as Accel 2 & Decel 2
A051 or A052 = 1
No
Speed is controlled
by (Preset Freq x)
A051 or A052 = 4
Yes
P039 (Accel Time 1)/P040 (Decel Time 1);
A067 (Accel Time 2)/A068 (Decel Time 2)
determined by the active
Preset Frequency.
See A070-A073 (Preset Freq 1-3)
No
P039 (Accel Time 1)/(Decel Time 1)
are used.
Figure 6.4 – Accel/Decel Selection
Installing Control Wiring
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CHAPTER 7
Completing the Installation
This chapter provides instructions on how to perform a final check of
the installation before and after power is applied to the drive.
!
7.1
ATTENTION: Only qualified electrical personnel
familiar with the construction and operation of this
equipment and the hazards involved should start and
adjust it. Read and understand this manual in its
entirety before proceeding. Failure to observe this
precaution could result in severe bodily injury or loss
of life.
Checking the Installation Before
Applying Power to the Drive
!
ATTENTION: The drive contains high voltage
capacitors that take time to discharge after removal of
mains supply. Before working on the drive, ensure
isolation of mains supply from line inputs [R, S, T (L1,
L2, L3)]. Wait three (3) minutes for capacitors to
discharge to safe voltage levels. Darkened display
LEDs is not an indication that capacitors have
discharged to safe voltage levels. Failure to observe
this precaution could result in severe bodily injury or
loss of life.
ATTENTION: You must provide an external, hardwired
emergency stop circuit outside of the drive circuitry.
This circuit must disable the system in case of
improper operation. Uncontrolled machine operation
can result if this procedure is not followed. Failure to
observe this precaution could result in bodily injury.
To verify the condition of the installation:
•
Confirm that all inputs are connected to the correct terminals and
are secure.
•
Verify that AC line power at the disconnect device is within the
rated value of the drive.
•
Verify that any external digital control power is 24 volts DC.
Completing the Installation
7-1
•
Verify that the Sink (SNK)/Source (SRC) Setup DIP Switch is set
to match your control wiring scheme. See figure 6.1 for the
location of this switch.
Important:
•
Verify that the Stop input is present or the drive will not start.
Important:
7.2
The default control scheme is Source (SRC). The
Stop terminal is jumpered (I/O Terminals 01 and 11) to
allow starting from the keypad. If the control scheme is
changed to Sink (SNK), the jumper must be removed
from I/O Terminals 01 and 11 and installed between
I/O Terminals 01 and 04.
If I/O Terminal 01 is used as a stop input, the jumper
between I/O Terminals 01 and 11 must be removed.
Powering Up After Installation is
Complete
To verify that the drive is installed correctly and is receiving the
proper line voltage, apply AC power and control voltages to the
drive.
Become familiar with the integral keypad features before setting any
parameters. Refer to chapter 8 for information about the integral
keypad and programming the drive. To simplify drive setup, the most
commonly programmed parameters are organized in the Basic
parameter group.
If a fault code appears on power up, refer to chapter 10,
Troubleshooting the Drive, for an explanation of the fault code.
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CHAPTER 8
Using the Integral Keypad
to Program and Control
the Drive
Factory-default parameter values allow the drive to be controlled
from the integral keypad. No programming is required to start, stop,
change direction, or control speed directly from the integral keypad.
This chapter provides an overview of the integrated keypad and how
to use it to program and control the MD60 drive.
Parameter descriptions are provided in chapter 9.
8.1
Keypad Components
➊ RUN
➋ FWD
REV
VOLTS
AMPS
HERTZ
PROGRAM
➍
➌
FAULT
➎
PROG
➏
MIN.
➐
MAX.
Refer to tables 8.1 and 8.2 for the LED and key descriptions noted
by ➊ through ➐.
Figure 8.1 – Integral Keypad
Using the Integral Keypad to Program and Control the Drive
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8.1.1 Display Description
The alpha-numeric display indicates the following:
•
•
•
Parameter number
Parameter value
Fault code
8.1.2 LED Descriptions
Refer to figure 8.1 for the location of the LEDs described in table
8.1.
Table 8.1 – LED Descriptions
No.
➊
➋
LED
LED State
Description
RUN
Steady Red Indicates the drive is running.
FWD
REV
Flashing
Red
Drive has been commanded to
change direction. Indicates actual
motor direction while decelerating
to zero.
Steady Red Indicates the commanded motor
direction.
➌
VOLTS
AMPS
HERTZ
Steady Red Indicates the units of the
parameter value being displayed.
➍
PROGRAM
Steady Red Indicates the drive is in program
mode and the parameter value
can be changed.
➎
FAULT
Flashing
Red
Indicates drive is faulted.
➏
Pot Status
Steady
Green
Indicates potentiometer on
integral keypad is active.
➐
Start Key Status
Steady
Green
Indicates Start key on integral
keypad is active. The Reverse key
is also active unless disabled by
A095 (Reverse Disable).
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8.1.3 Key Descriptions
Refer to figure 8.1 for the location of the keys described in table 8.2.
Table 8.2 – Key Descriptions
Key
Name
Program
PROG
Up Arrow
Down Arrow
Enter
Description
•
•
Enter/exit program mode.
•
Back up one step in
programming menu.
•
Cancel a change to a parameter
value.
•
Scroll through P and A
parameters.
•
Increase/decrease the value of
a flashing digit.
•
In Display Mode, increases/
decreases internal frequency
parameter if that parameter is
currently controlling the drive
commanded speed.
•
Display value of P or A
parameter.
•
Save a change to a parameter
value.
•
Scroll through display (d)
parameters.
Scroll through parameter
groups.
Potentiometer
Control drive speed. Default is
active. Controlled by parameter
P038.
Start
Start the drive. Default is active.
Controlled by parameter P036.
Reverse
Reverse direction of the motor.
Default is active. Controlled by
parameters P036 and A095.
Stop
•
Stop the drive (if drive is
running).
•
Clear fault (if drive is stopped).
Controlled by parameter P037.
Using the Integral Keypad to Program and Control the Drive
8-3
8.2
About Parameters
To program the drive for a specific application, you adjust the
appropriate parameters. The parameters are used to define
characteristics of the drive.
There are three types of parameters:
•
Numbered List Parameters
Numbered list parameters allow a selection from two or more
options. Each item is represented by a number.
Example: Start Source (P036)
•
Bit Parameters
Bit parameters have individual bits associated with features or
conditions. If the bit is 0, the feature is off or the condition is false.
If the bit is 1, the feature is on or the condition is true.
Example: Drive Status (d006)
•
Numeric Parameters
These parameters have a single numerical value (for example,
0.1 volts).
Example: Motor NP Volts (P031)
Parameters are also either configurable or tunable, or read-only.
Configurable parameters can be adjusted or changed only while
the drive is stopped.
Tunable parameters can be adjusted or changed while the drive is
running or stopped.
Read-only parameters cannot be adjusted.
8.3
How Parameters are Organized
Parameters are organized into three Parameter Groups:
8-4
•
The Basic Parameter Group, (Pnnn) contains the most commonly
used parameters to simplify the start-up process.
•
The Advanced Parameter Group (Annn) contains parameters
used for more advanced applications.
•
The Display Parameter Group (dnnn) contains parameters that
indicate actual drive conditions.
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8.4
Viewing and Adjusting Basic (P) and
Advanced (A) Parameters
Use the following procedure to view and adjust the Basic and
Advanced parameters.
Table 8.3 – Viewing and Adjusting Basic (P) and Advanced (A) Parameters
Procedure
Step 1.
Step 2.
Step 3.
Step 4.
Step 5.
Sample Display
VOLTS
AMPS
HERTZ
PROG
Press
until the desired
parameter group is displayed.
The PROGRAM LED will turn
on to indicate the drive is in
program mode.
Press
to scroll
through the parameters in the
selected parameter group.
Press
to view the value
of the displayed parameter.
Press
or
.
The adjustable value will flash
on the display.
Use
value.
PROGRAM
VOLTS
AMPS
HERTZ
PROGRAM
Step 7.
FAULT
VOLTS
AMPS
HERTZ
PROGRAM
FAULT
VOLTS
AMPS
HERTZ
PROGRAM
FAULT
to adjust the
VOLTS
AMPS
HERTZ
PROGRAM
Step 6.
FAULT
Press
to accept the
value. The value stops
flashing.
FAULT
VOLTS
AMPS
HERTZ
PROGRAM
FAULT
PROG
Press
to return to the
parameter number.
VOLTS
AMPS
HERTZ
PROGRAM
FAULT
To adjust additional parameters, repeat steps 2 through 7.
To exit a parameter without saving the value, press
PROG
instead of
.
Using the Integral Keypad to Program and Control the Drive
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8.5
Viewing the Display (d) Parameters
Use the procedure in table 8.4 to view Display parameters.
Table 8.4 – Viewing the Display (d) Parameters
Procedure
Step 1.
Step 2.
Step 3.
Sample Display
PROG
Press
to scroll through
the parameter menus until the
Display Group parameters are
displayed. The PROGRAM
LED will be off to indicate the
drive is in display mode.
Press
to scroll through
the Display Group parameters
until the desired Display
parameter is displayed.
VOLTS
AMPS
HERTZ
PROGRAM
FAULT
VOLTS
AMPS
HERTZ
PROGRAM
FAULT
The parameter value will be
displayed 3 seconds after
is released.
VOLTS
AMPS
HERTZ
PROGRAM
FAULT
To view additional Display parameters, press
to return to the
Display Group parameter list and scroll through the parameter list
as described in step 2.
Note that the last user-selected Display parameter is saved when
power is removed and is displayed by default when power is
re-applied.
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Parameter Descriptions
The following information is provided for each parameter along with
its description:
Parameter Number:
Unique number assigned to each
parameter.
Parameter Name:
Unique name assigned to each
parameter.
Range:
Predefined parameter limits or
selections. Note that a negative Hz
value indicates reverse rotation.
Default:
Factory default setting.
See also:
Associated parameters that may provide
additional or related information.
What the Symbols Mean
Symbol
Meaning
Drive must be stopped before changing
parameter value.
32
32-bit parameter. Parameters marked
32-bit will have two parameter numbers
when using RS485 communications and
programming software.
The parameters are presented in numerical order in the sections
that follow. Refer to Appendix C for a list of parameters crossreferenced by parameter name.
Parameter Descriptions
9-1
9.1
Basic Program Group Parameters
The Basic Program Group contains the most commonly used
parameters to simplify the start-up process.
P031 Motor NP Volts
Range:
20 VAC to Drive Rated Volts
Default:
Based on Drive Rating
See also:
A084
Set to the motor nameplate rated volts.
P032 Motor NP Hertz
Range:
10 to 240 Hz
Default:
60 Hz
See also:
A084
Set to the motor nameplate rated frequency.
P033 Motor OL Current
Range:
0.0 to (Drive Rated Amps x 2)
Default:
Based on Drive Rating
See also:
A089, A090, A098
Set to the maximum allowable motor current. The drive will fault on
an F7 Motor Overload if the value of this parameter is exceeded by
150% for 60 seconds or 200% for 3 seconds.
P034 Minimum Frequency
Range:
0.0 to 240.0 Hz
Default:
0.0 Hz
See also:
d001, d002, d013, P035, A110, A112, A115
Sets the lowest frequency the drive will output continuously.
P035 Maximum Frequency
Range:
0 to 240 Hz
Default:
60 Hz
See also:
d001, d002, d013, P034, A078, A111, A113, A115
Sets the highest frequency the drive will output.
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P036 Start Source
Range:
0 = Keypad
1 = 3-Wire
2 = 2-Wire
3 = 2-Wire Level-Sensitive
4 = 2-Wire High-Speed
5 = RS485 Port
Default:
0 = Keypad
See also:
d012, P037
Sets the control scheme used to start the drive.
Refer to section 6.6, Start and Speed Reference Control, for details
about how other drive settings can override the setting of this
parameter.
Important:
P037 (Stop Mode) does not control I/O Terminal 01
except when P036 (Start Source) is set for 3-Wire
Control. In all other instances, I/O Terminal 01 is a
coast-to-stop input.
Important:
For all settings except option 3, the drive must receive
a leading edge from the start input for the drive to start
after a stop input, loss of power, or fault condition.
0 = Keypad (Default): Integral keypad controls drive operation. I/O
Terminal 01 (Stop) on terminal block = coast to stop. When 0 is
selected, the Reverse key is also active unless disabled by A095
(Reverse Disable).
1 = 3-Wire: I/O Terminal 1 “Stop” = stop according to the value set
in P037 (Stop Mode). Refer to figure 6.2 for wiring examples.
2 = 2-Wire: I/O Terminal 1 “Stop” = coast to stop. Refer to figure 6.2
for wiring examples.
3 = 2-Wire Level-Sensitive: Drive will restart after a Stop
command when:
•
•
Stop is removed and
Start is held active.
Parameter Descriptions
9-3
!
ATTENTION: When P036 (Start Source) is set to
option 3, and the Run input is maintained, the Run
inputs do not need to be toggled after a Stop input
for the drive to run again. A Stop function is provided
only when the Stop input is active (open). Failure to
observe this precaution could result in severe bodily
injury.
4 = 2-Wire High-Speed: Outputs are kept in a ready-to-run state.
The drive will respond to a Start command within 10 ms. I/O
Terminal 01 (Stop) on the terminal block = coast to stop.
Important:
There is greater potential voltage on the power output
terminals (U/TI, V/T2, W/T3) when using this option.
5 = RS485 Port: Remote communications. I/O Terminal 01 (Stop)
on terminal block = coast to stop.
The following describes some differences in operation of
commanding the drive via RS485 communications for different
firmware versions:
9-4
Important:
When commanding jog via the RS485
communications port on drives with firmware version
1.04 or earlier, the jog command will follow the
commanded direction from I/O terminal 03. On
firmware version 1.05 and later, the commanded
direction will be provided via the RS485
communications port.
Important:
When sending a continuous start command via the
RS485 communications port on drives with firmware
version 1.04 or earlier, a maintained stop input is
required to stop the drive. Once the stop input is
inactive, the drive will restart. On firmware versions
1.05 and later, once a stop input is received, the start
command must transition from high to low to high for
the drive to start.
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P037 Stop Mode
Range:
0 = Ramp, Clear Fault
1 = Coast, Clear Fault
2 = DC Brake, Clear Fault
3 = DC Brake with Shutoff, Clear Fault
4 = Ramp
5 = Coast
6 = DC Brake
7 = DC Brake with Shutoff
Default:
1 = Coast, Clear Fault
See also:
P036, A080, A081, A082, A105
Active stop mode for all stop sources except as noted below.
When this parameter is set to option 0, 1, 2, or 3, the stop input (i.e.,
keypad stop, I/O Terminal 01, or RS485 port) can be used to clear an
active fault. Refer to chapter 10 for other methods for clearing fault
conditions.
Important:
P037 (Stop Mode) does not control I/O Terminal 01
except when P036 (Start Source) is set for 3-Wire
Control. In all other instances, I/O Terminal 01 is a coastto-stop input.
Important:
When using options 2, 3, 6, or 7, parameters A080 (DC
Brake Time) and A081 (DC Brake Level) must be set to
meet application requirements.
0 = Ramp, Clear Fault: Ramp to stop. Stop command clears active
fault and resets the drive.
1 = Coast, Clear Fault (Default): Coast to stop. Stop command clears
active fault and resets the drive.
2 = DC Brake, Clear Fault: DC injection braking stop. Stop command
clears active fault and resets the drive.
3 = DC Brake w/Shutoff, Clear Fault: DC injection braking stop with
auto shutoff.
• Standard DC injection braking for value set in A080 (DC Brake
Time).
OR
• Drive shuts off if current limit is exceeded.
Stop command clears active fault and resets the drive.
4 = Ramp: Ramp to stop.
5 = Coast: Coast to stop.
6 = DC Brake: DC injection braking stop.
7 = DC Brake w/Shutoff: DC injection braking stop with auto shutoff.
• Standard DC injection braking for value set in A080 (DC Brake
Time).
OR
• Drive shuts off if drive detects motor has stopped.
Parameter Descriptions
9-5
P038 Speed Reference
Range:
0 = Drive Potentiometer
1 = Internal Frequency
2 = 0 to 10 V Input / Remote Potentiometer
3 = 4 to 20 mA Input
4 = Preset Frequency 0 to 3
5 = RS485 Port
Default:
0 = Drive Potentiometer
See also:
d001, d002, d012, P039, P040, A051, A052, A069,
A070-A073, A110-A113
Sets the source of the speed reference to the drive.
Important:
When A051 or A052 (Digital Inx Select) is set to option
2, 4, 5, or 6, and the digital input is active, A051 or
A052 will override the speed reference commanded
by this parameter. Refer to section 6.6, Start and
Speed Reference Control, for details about how other
drive settings can override the setting of this
parameter.
0 = Drive Potentiometer (Default): Internal frequency command
from the potentiometer on the integral keypad.
1 = Internal Frequency: Internal frequency command from A069
(Internal Frequency).
2 = 0 to 10 V Input/Remote Potentiometer: External frequency
command from the 0 to 10 V analog input or remote potentiometer.
3 = 4 to 20 mA Input: External frequency command from the 4 to
20 mA analog input.
4 = Preset Frequency 0 to 3: External frequency command as
defined by A070-A073 (Preset Frequency x) when A051 and A052
(Digital Inx Select) are programmed as “Preset Frequencies,” and
the digital inputs are active.
5 = RS485 Port: External frequency command from the
communications port.
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P039 Accel Time 1
Range:
0.1 to 600.0 sec
Default:
5.0 sec
See also:
P038, P040, A051, A052, A067, A070-A073
Sets the rate of acceleration for all speed increases. See figure 9.1.
Maximum Frequency / Accel Time = Accel Rate
[Maximum Freq]
Acc
tion
ele
ra
ele
ratio
n
Dec
Speed
0
[Accel Time]
Time
[Decel Time]
0
Figure 9.1 – Accel Time 1 (P039)
P040 Decel Time 1
Range:
0.1 to 600.0 sec
Default:
5.0 sec
See also:
P038, P039, A051, A052, A068, A070-A073
Sets the rate of deceleration for all speed decreases. See figure 9.2.
Maximum Frequency / Decel Time = Decel Rate
[Maximum Freq]
Acc
tion
ele
ra
ele
ratio
n
Dec
Speed
0
[Accel Time]
Time
[Decel Time]
0
Figure 9.2 – Decel Time 1 (P040)
P041 Reset to Defaults
Range:
0 = Idle State
1 = Reset Defaults
Default:
0 = Idle State
See also:
N/A
Resets all parameter values to factory defaults. After the reset
function is complete, this parameter sets itself back to 0. This
selection causes an F48 Params Defaulted fault.
Parameter Descriptions
9-7
9.2
Advanced Group Parameters
A051 Digital In1 Select (I/O Terminal 05)
A052 Digital In2 Select (I/O Terminal 06)
Range:
0 = Not Used
1 = Accel 2 & Decel 21
2 = Jog
3 = Auxiliary Fault
4 = Preset Frequencies
5 = Local
6 = RS485 Port1
7 = Clear Fault
8 = Ramp Stop, CF
9 = Coast Stop, CF
10 = DCIj Stop, CF
11 = Jog Forward
12 = Jog Reverse
13 = 10V In Ctrl
14 = 20mA In Ctrl
26 = Anlg Invert
Default:
4 = Preset Frequencies
See also:
A067, A068, A070 through A073, A078, A079
1
Can be tied to only one input.
Selects the function for the digital inputs. Refer to the flowchart in
section 6.6 for more information on speed reference control priority.
0 = Not Used.
1 = Accel Time 2 (A067) and Decel Time 2 (A068): When this
option is selected, Accel Time 2 and Decel Time 2 are used for all
ramp rates except Jog. Refer to the flowchart in section 6.7 for more
information about accel/decel selection.
2 = Jog: When input is present, the drive accelerates according to
the value set in Jog Accel/Decel (A079) and ramps to the value set
in Jog Frequency (A078). When the input is removed, the drive
ramps to a stop according to the value set in Jog Accel/Decel. A
valid Start command will override this input.
3 = Auxiliary Fault: When enabled, an F2 Auxiliary Input fault will
occur when the input is removed.
4 = Preset Frequencies (Default) See Preset Frequency x (A070
to A073).
Important:
Digital Input 1 or 2 has priority for frequency control
when it is programmed as a Preset Speed and is
active.
5 = Local: When active, sets the integral keypad as the start source
and the potentiometer on the integral keypad as the speed source.
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6 = RS485 Port: When active, sets communications device as
default start/speed command source.
7 = Clear Fault: When active, clears an active fault and resets the
drive.
8 = Ramp Stop, CF: Causes drive to immediately ramp to a stop
regardless of how Stop Mode (P037) is set.
9 = Coast Stop, CF: Causes drive to immediately coast to a stop
regardless of how Stop Mode (P037) is set.
10 = DCInjStop, CF: Causes drive to immediately begin a DC
Injection stop regardless of how Stop Mode (P037) is set.
11 = Jog Forward: Drive accelerates to Jog Frequency (A078)
according to Jog Accel/Decel (A079) and ramps to stop when input
becomes inactive. A valid start will override this command.
12 = Jog Reverse: Drive accelerates to Jog Frequency (A078)
according to Jog Accel/Decel (A079) and ramps to stop when input
becomes inactive. A valid start will override this command.
13 = 10V In Ctrl: Selects 0-10V or +/- 10V control as the frequency
reference. Start source is not changed.
14 = 20mA In Ctrl: Selects 4-20mA control as the frequency
reference. Start source is not changed.
15-25: Reserved
26 = Anlg Invert: Inverts the scaling of the analog input levels set in
Anlg In 0-10V Lo (A110) and Anlg In 0-10V Hi (A111) or Anlg In420mA Lo (A112) and Anlg In4-20mA Hi (A113).
A055 Relay Output Select
Range:
0 = Ready (Not Faulted)
1 = At Frequency
2 = Motor Running
3 = Reverse
4 = Motor Overload
5 = Ramp Regulated
6 = Above Frequency
7 = Above Current
8 = Above DC Bus Volts
9 = Retries Exhausted
10 = Above Anlg V
20 = Param Control
21 = Non Rec Fault
Default:
0 = Ready (Not Faulted)
See also:
P033, A056, A092
Parameter Descriptions
9-9
Sets the condition that changes the state of the output relay
contacts.
0 = Ready (Not Faulted) (Default): Relay changes state when
power is applied. This indicates that the drive is ready for operation.
1 = At Frequency: Drive reaches commanded frequency.
2 = Motor Running: Motor is receiving power from the drive.
3 = Reverse: Drive is commanded to run in reverse direction.
4 = Motor Overload: Motor overload condition exits.
5 = Ramp Regulated: Ramp regulator is modifying the
programmed accel/decel times to avoid an overcurrent or
overvoltage fault from occurring.
6 = Above Frequency: Drive exceeds the frequency (Hz) value set
in Relay Output Level (A056).
7 = Above Current: Drive exceeds the current (% Amps) value set
in Relay Output Level (A056).
Important:
Value for Relay Output Level must be entered in
percent of drive rated output current.
8 = Above DC Bus Volts: Drive exceeds the DC bus voltage value
set in Relay Output Level (A056).
9 = Retries Exhausted: Value set in Auto Restart Tries (A092) is
exceeded.
10 = Above Anlg V: Analog input voltage (I/O Terminal 13) exceeds
the value set in Relay Out Level (A056). This parameter setting can
also be used to indicate a PTC trip point when the input (I/O
Terminal 13) is wired to a PTC and external resistor. Use A056 to
set threshold.
11-19: Reserved
20 = ParamControl: Enables the output to be controlled over
network communications by wiring to Relay Out Level (A056).
0=Off, 1=On.
21 = NonRec Fault: Value set in Auto Rstrt Tries (A092) is
exceeded, is set to zero with drive defaulted, or a non-resettable
fault occurs.
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A056 Relay Output Level
32
Range:
0.0 to 9999 (see table 9.1)
Default:
0.0
See also:
A055
Sets the trip point for the output relay if the value of Relay Output
Select (A055) is 6, 7, 8, 10 or 20. See table 9.1.
Table 9.1 – Trip Points for Digital Output Relay
A055 Setting
Range
6 (Above Frequency)
0 to 240 Hz
7 (Above Current)
0 to 180%
8 (Above DC Bus Volts)
0 to 815 V
10
0 to 100%
20
0 to 1
A067 Accel Time 2
Range:
0.0 to 600.0 sec
Default:
10.0 sec
See also:
P039
Sets the rate of acceleration for speed increases if A051 or A052 is
set to option 1 (Accel 2 and Decel 2). See figure 9.3.
Maximum Frequency / Accel Time = Accel Rate.
[Maximum Freq]
Acc
tion
ele
ra
ele
rati
on
Dec
Speed
0
[Accel Time]
Time
[Decel Time]
0
Figure 9.3 – Accel Time 2 (A067)
Parameter Descriptions
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A068 Decel Time 2
Range:
0.1 to 600.0 sec
Default:
10.0 sec
See also:
P040
Sets the rate of deceleration for speed decreases if A051 or A052 is
set to option 1 (Accel 2 and Decel 2). See figure 9.4.
Maximum Frequency / Decel Time = Decel Rate
[Maximum Freq]
Acc
tion
ele
ra
ele
rati
on
Dec
Speed
0
[Accel Time]
Time
[Decel Time]
0
Figure 9.4 – Decel Time 2 (A068)
A069 Internal Frequency
Range:
0.0 to 240 Hz
Default:
0.0 Hz
See also:
P038
Provides the frequency command to the drive when Speed
Reference (P038) is set to 1 (Internal Frequency). When enabled,
this parameter will change the frequency command in “real time”
using the integral keypad
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A070
A071
A072
A073
Preset Frequency 01
Preset Frequency 1
Preset Frequency 2
Preset Frequency 3
Range:
0.0 to 240.0 Hz
Default:
0.0
See also:
P038, A051, A052
1
To activate Preset Frequency 0, set P038 (Speed Reference) to option 4
(Preset Frequency 0-3).
Provides a fixed frequency command value when Digital Inx Select
(A051, A052) is set to option 4 (Preset 1 & 2). Digital Input 1 and
Digital Input 2 determine which of the presets are used. See table
9.2 and refer to figures 6.3 and 6.4.
Table 9.2 – Selecting the Reference Source Using Presets
Input State
of Digital In 1
(I/O
Terminal 05)
Input State
of Digital In 2
(I/O
Terminal 06)
Frequency
Source
Accel/Decel Parameter
0
0
Preset Freq 0
Accel Time 1 / Decel Time 1
1
0
Preset Freq 1
Accel Time 1 / Decel Time 1
0
1
Preset Freq 2
Accel Time 2 / Decel Time 2
1
1
Preset Freq 3
Accel Time 2 / Decel Time 2
1
Used1
When a digital input is set to Accel 2 & Decel 2, that input overrides the
settings in this table.
A078 Jog Frequency
Range:
0.0 to Maximum Frequency
Default:
10.0 Hz
See also:
P035, A051, A052, A079
Sets the output frequency when a jog command is issued. See
A051, A052 for information on how to jog the drive.
A079 Jog Accel/Decel
Range:
0.1 to 600.0 sec
Default:
10.0 sec
See also:
A051, A052, A078
Sets the acceleration and deceleration time when a jog command is
issued. Refer to A051, A052 for information on how to jog the drive.
Parameter Descriptions
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A080 DC Brake Time
Range:
0.0 to 90.0 sec
Default:
0.0 sec
See also:
A081
Sets the length of time DC brake current is “injected” into the motor.
Refer to A081 (DC Brake Level).
A081 DC Brake Level
Range:
0.0 to (Drive Amps x 1.8)
Default:
Amps x 0.5
See also:
P037, A080
Defines the maximum DC brake current, in amps, applied to the
motor when Stop Mode (P037) is set to either DC Brake or Ramp.
See figure 9.5.
ATTENTION: If a hazard of injury due to movement
of equipment or material exists, an auxiliary
mechanical braking device must be used.
!
ATTENTION: This feature should not be used with
synchronous or permanent magnet motors. Motors
may be demagnetized during braking.
Ramp-to-Stop Mode
DC Injection Braking Mode
Vo
lta
ge
[DC Brake Time]
Spe
ed
Volts/Speed
Volts/Speed
Voltage
Speed
[DC Brake Time]
[DC Brake Level]
[DC Brake Level]
Time
Stop Command
Time
Stop Command
Figure 9.5 – DC Brake Level (A081)
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A082 DB Resistor Select
Range:
0 = Disabled
1 = Reliance Electric Standard Resistor (5% Duty
Cycle)
2 = No Protection (100% Duty Cycle)
3 to 99 = Duty Cycle Limited (3% to 99% Duty
Cycle)
Default:
0 = Disabled
See also:
N/A
Enables/disables external dynamic braking.
A083 S Curve%
Range:
0 to 100%
Default:
0% (Disabled)
See also:
N/A
Sets the percentage of acceleration or deceleration time that is
applied to the ramp as S Curve. Time is added, 1/2 at the beginning
and 1/2 at the end of the ramp.
For example: If Accel Time = 10 seconds, and the S Curve% setting
is 50%, the S Curve time will be 10 x 0.5 = 5 seconds. Total time will
be 10 + 5 = 15 seconds.
50% S Curve
Target
Target/2
1/2 S Curve Time
2.5 Seconds
Accel Time
10 Seconds
1/2 S Curve Time
2.5 Seconds
Total Time to Accelerate = Accel Time + S Curve Time
Figure 9.6 – S Curve% (A083) Examples
Parameter Descriptions
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A084 Start Boost
Range:
Settings in% of base voltage at 50% of Motor
Nameplate Hertz (P032)
Variable Torque:
1 = 30.0
2 = 35.0
3 = 40.0
4 = 45.0
Constant Torque:
5 = 0.0 no IR Compensation
6 = 0.0
7 = 2.5
8 = 5.0
9 = 7.5
10 = 10.0
11 = 12.5
12 = 15.0
13 = 17.5
14 = 20.0
Default:
8 = 5.0
7 = 2.5 (for 5 HP drives only)
See also:
P031
Sets the boost voltage (% of P031 (Motor NP Volts)) and redefines
the Volts per Hz curve. Note that the drive may add additional
voltage unless option 5 is selected. See figure 9.7.
1/2 Base Volts
50
4
3
2
1
1/2
Base Freq.
% [Motor NP Volts]
100
Settings
5-14
0
50
% [Motor NP Hertz]
100
Figure 9.7 – Start Boost (A084)
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A088 Maximum Voltage
Range:
20 to Drive Rated Volts
Default:
Drive Rated Volts
See also:
N/A
Sets the highest voltage the drive will output.
A089 Current Limit
Range:
0.1 to (Drive Rated Amps x 1.8)
Default:
Drive Rated Amps x 1.8
See also:
N/A
Maximum output current allowed before current limiting occurs.
A090 Motor OL Select
Range:
0 = No Derate
1 = Minimum Derate
2 = Maximum Derate
Default:
0 = No Derate
See also:
P032
Drive provides Class 10 motor overload protection. Settings 0-2
select the derating factor for the I2t overload function. See figure
9.8.
No Derate
100
80
60
40
20
0
0
175 200
25 50 75 100 125
% of [Motor NP Hertz]
Min Derate
Max Derate
% of [Motor OL Curent]
100
80
60
40
20
0
0
25 50 75 100 125 150 175 200
% of [Motor NP Hertz]
100
80
60
40
20
0
0
25 50 75 100 125 150 175 200
Figure 9.8 – Motor OL Select (A090)
Parameter Descriptions
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.
A091 PWM Frequency
Range:
2.0 to 16.0 kHz
Default:
4.0 kHz
See also:
N/A
Sets the carrier frequency for the PWM output waveform. Figure 9.9
provides derating guidelines based on the PWM frequency setting.
Important:
Ignoring derating guidelines can cause reduced drive
performance.
100
96
92
88
84
80
76
72
68
64
60
56
52
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
Figure 9.9 – Derating Guidelines Based on PWM Frequency (A091)
Selection
A092 Auto Restart Tries
Range:
0 to 9
Default:
0
See also:
A093
Sets the maximum number of times the drive attempts to reset a
fault and restart. Refer to section 10.1.2 for more information on the
Auto Restart/Run feature.
!
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ATTENTION: Equipment damage and/or personal
injury may result if this parameter is used in an
inappropriate application. Do not use this function
without considering applicable local, national, and
international codes, standards, regulations, or
industry guidelines.
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A093 Auto Restart Delay
Range:
0.0 to 120.0 sec
Default:
1.0 sec
See also:
A092
Sets the time between restart attempts when Auto Restart Tries
(A092) is set to a value other than zero. Refer to section 10.1.2 for
more information on the Auto Restart/Run feature.
A094 Start At Power Up
Range:
0 = Disabled
1 = Enabled
Default:
0 = Disabled
See also:
N/A
Enables/disables a feature that allows a Start or Run command to
automatically cause the drive to resume running at commanded
speed after drive input power is restored. Requires a digital input
configured for Run or Start and a valid start contact.
This parameter will not function if parameter P036 (Start Source) is
set to option 1 (3-Wire) or option 4 (2-Wire High Speed).
!
ATTENTION: Equipment damage and/or personal
injury may result if this parameter is used in an
inappropriate application. Do not use this function
without considering applicable local, national, and
international codes, standards, regulations, or
industry guidelines.
A095 Reverse Disable
Range:
0 = Reverse Enabled
1 = Reverse Disabled
Default:
0 = Reverse Enabled
See also:
N/A
Enables/disables the function that allows the direction of motor
rotation to be changed. The reverse command may come from a
digital command, the keypad, or a serial command. All reverse
inputs including two-wire Run Reverse will be ignored with reverse
disabled.
Parameter Descriptions
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A096 Flying Start Enable
Range:
0 = Disabled
1 = Enabled
Default:
0 = Disabled
See also:
N/A
Enables/disables feature that allows the drive to reconnect to a
spinning motor at actual RPM.
!
ATTENTION: When starting with this feature
enabled, the motor may temporarily run up to the
maximum speed setting before settling at the speed
setpoint. Stay clear of rotating machinery. Failure to
observe this precaution could result in bodily injury.
A097 Compensation
Range:
0 = Disabled
1 = Electrical
2 = Mechanical
3 = Both
Default:
1 = Electrical
See also:
N/A
Enables/disables correction options that may improve problems with
motor instability.
Electrical = Some drive/motor combinations have inherent
instabilities which are exhibited as non-sinusodial motor currents.
This setting attempts to correct this condition.
Mechanical = Some drive/motor combinations have mechanical
resonances which can be excited by the drive current regulator. This
setting slows down the current regulator response and attempts to
correct this condition.
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A098 SW Current Trip
Range:
0.0 to (Drive Rated Amps x 2)
Default:
0.0 (Disabled)
See also:
N/A
Enables/disables a software instantaneous (within 100 ms) current
trip.
A099 Process Factor (Display Scaling)
Range:
0.1 to 999.9
Default:
30.0
See also:
d010
Scales the value displayed by Process Display (d010).
Output Frequency x Process Factor = Process Display
A100 Fault Clear
Range:
0 = Ready/Idle
1 = Reset Fault
2 = Clear Buffer (d007 - d009 [Fault x Code])
Default:
0 = Ready
See also:
d007 - d009
1 = Reset Fault: Clears the active fault and resets the drive.
2 = Clear Buffer: Clears fault codes from parameters d007 through
d009.
A101 Program Lock
Range:
0 = Unlocked
1 = Locked
Default:
0 = Unlocked
See also:
N/A
Protects parameters against change by unauthorized personnel.
Parameter Descriptions
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A102 Testpoint Select
Range:
0400 to FFFF
Default:
0400
See also:
d019
Used by Rockwell Automation field service personnel.
A103 Comm Data Rate
Range:
0 = 1200
1 = 2400
2 = 4800
3 = 9600
4 = 19.2 K
5 = 38.4 K
Default:
4 = 19.2 K
See also:
N/A
Sets the serial port rate for the RS485 port.
Important:
Cycle power after changing this parameter for the
value to take effect.
A104 Comm Node Address
Range:
1 to 247
Default:
1
See also:
N/A
Sets the drive node address for the RS485 port if using a network
connection.
Important:
Cycle power after changing this parameter for the
value to take effect.
A105 Comm Loss Action
Range:
0 = Fault
1 = Coast to Stop
2 = Stop
3 = Continue Last Speed
Default:
0 = Fault
See also:
d015, P037, A106
Selects the drive’s response to a loss of the communication
connection or excessive communication errors.
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0 = Fault (Default): Drive will fault on an F81 Comm Loss and coast
to stop.
1 = Coast to Stop: Stops the drive via coast to stop.
2 = Stop: Stops the drive via the setting in Stop Mode (P037).
3 = Continue Last Speed: Drive continues operating at
communication commanded speed saved in RAM.
A106 Comm Loss Time
Range:
0.1 to 60.0
Default:
5.0
See also:
d015, A105
Sets the time that the drive will remain in communication loss before
implementing the option selected in Comm Loss Action (A105).
A107 Comm Format
Range:
0 = RTU 8-N-1
1 = RTU 8-E-1
2 = RTU 8-O-1
Default:
0 = RTU 8-N-1
See also:
N/A
3 = RTU 8-N-2
4 = RTU 8-E-2
5 = RTU 8-O-2
Determines details related to the specific RS485 protocol used by
the drive.
Important:
Parameter Descriptions
Cycle power after changing this parameter for the
value to take effect.
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A110 0 - 10 V Analog Input Lo
Range:
0.0 to 100.0%
Default:
0.0%
See also:
A111, d020
Sets the analog input level that corresponds to Minimum Freq.
(P034) if a 0-10V input is used by Speed Reference (P038).
P035 [Maximum Freq]
Sp
e
R
ed
efe
re
nc
e
P034 [Minimum Freq]
0
0
A110 [Anlg In 0-10V Lo]
A111 [Anlg In 0-10V Hi]
Analog inversion can be accomplished by setting this value larger
than Anlg In 0-10V Hi (A111) or by setting Digital Inx Sel (A051A052) to option 26 “Anlg Invert.”
A111 0 - 10 V Analog Input High
Range:
0.0 to 100.0%
Default:
100.0%
See also:
A110, d020
Parameters A110 and A111 enable scaling of the 0 - 10 V analog
input. The drive reaches maximum frequency at the voltage setting
in parameter A111. The value is based on 10V. Therefore, to set the
maximum frequency at 9 V, set A110 to 90%.
Use parameter d020 (0 - 10 V Analog Input) to verify the analog
input signal.
Setting this parameter to a value less than 0 - 10 V Analog Input
Low (A110) inverts the analog signal.
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A112 4 - 20 mA Analog Input Low
Range:
0.0 to 100.0%
Default:
0.0%
See also:
113, d021
Parameters A112 and A113 enable scaling of the 4 - 20 mA analog
input. The drive reaches minimum frequency at the current setting
in parameter A112. The value is based on 4 - 20 mA. Therefore, to
set the minimum frequency at 5.6 mA, set A112 to 10%.
Use parameter d021 (4 - 20 mA Analog Input) to verify the analog
input signal.
Setting this parameter to a value greater than 4 - 20 mA Analog
Input High (A113) inverts the analog signal.
A113 4 - 20 mA Analog Input High
Range:
0.0 to 100.0%
Default:
100.0%
See also:
112, d021
Parameters A112 and A113 enable scaling of the 4 - 20 mA analog
input. The drive reaches maximum frequency at the current setting
in parameter A113. The value is based on 4 - 20 mA. Therefore, to
set the maximum frequency at 18.4 mA, set A112 to 90%.
Use parameter d021 (4 - 20 mA Analog Input) to verify the analog
input signal.
Setting this parameter to a value less than 4 - 20 mA Analog Input
Low (A112) inverts the analog signal.
A114 Slip Compensation
Range:
0.0 to 10.0 Hz
Default:
2.0 Hz
See also:
N/A
Enables compensation for the inherent slip in an induction motor. If
motor shaft speed decreases significantly under heavy loads, then
increase the value of this parameter. Setting this parameter to 0.0
disables this function.
Parameter Descriptions
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A115 Process Time Lo
Range:
0.0 to 99.99
Default:
0.00
See also:
N/A
Scales the time value when the drive is running at Minimum Freq.
(P034). When set to a value other than zero, Process Display
(D010) indicates the duration of the process.
A116 Process Time Hi
Range:
0.0 to 99.99
Default:
0.00
See also:
N/A
Scales the time value when the drive is running at Maximum Freq.
(P035). When set to a value other than zero, Process Display
(D010) indicates the duration of the process.
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Display Group Parameters
d001 Output Frequency
Range:
0.0 to Maximum Frequency
Default:
Read Only
See also:
d002, d010, P034, P035
The output frequency present at terminals T1, T2, and T3 (U, V, and
W).
d002 Commanded Frequency
Range:
0.0 to Maximum Frequency
Default:
Read Only
See also:
d001, P034, P035, P038
The value of the active frequency command. Displays the
commanded frequency even if the drive is not running.
Important:
The frequency command can come from a number of
sources. Refer to section 6.5, Start and Speed
Reference Control, for more information.
d003 Output Current
Range:
0.00 to Drive Rated Amps x 2
Default:
Read Only
See also:
N/A
The output current present at terminals T1, T2, and T3 (U, V, and
W).
d004 Output Voltage
Range:
0 to Drive Rated Volts
Default:
Read Only
See also:
P031, A084, A088
The output voltage present at terminals T1, T2, and T3 (U, V, and
W).
Parameter Descriptions
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d005 DC Bus Voltage
Range:
Based on Drive Rating
Default:
Read Only
See also:
N/A
The present DC bus voltage level.
d006 Drive Status
Range:
0 = Condition False
1 = Condition True
See figure 9.10
Default:
Read Only
See also:
A095
The present operating status of the drive.
Running
Forward
Accelerating
Decelerating
Digit 0
Digit 1
Digit 2
Digit 3
Figure 9.10 – Drive Status (d006) Bit Definitions
d007 Fault 1 Code
d008 Fault 2 Code
d009 Fault 3 Code
Range:
F2 to F122
Default:
Read Only
See also:
N/A
A code that represents a drive fault. The codes will appear in these
parameters in the order they occur (that is, Fault 1 Code in d007 will
contain the more recent fault). Repetitive faults will be recorded only
once. Refer to chapter 10 for the fault code descriptions.
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d010 Process Display
32
Range:
0.00 to 99999
Default:
Read Only
See also:
d001, A099
The output frequency scaled by A099 (Process Factor).
Output Frequency x Process Factor = Process Display
d012 Control Source
Range:
0 to 9
See figure 9.11.
Default:
Read Only
See also:
P036, P038, A051, A052
Displays the active source of the Start Command and Speed
Reference, which are normally defined by the settings of P036
(Start Source) and P038 (Speed Reference), but may be overridden
by digital inputs. Refer to the flowcharts in section 6.6 and 6.7 for
details.
Start Command
Digit 0
0 = Keypad
1 = 3-Wire
2 = 2-Wire
3 = 2-Wire Level Sensitive
4 = 2-Wire High Speed
5 = RS485 Port
9 = Jog
Speed Reference
Digit 1
0 = Drive Potentiometer
1 = A069 (Internal Frequency)
2 = 0-10V Input
3 = 4-20mA Input
4 = A070-A073 (Preset Frequency x). A051-A052
(Digital InX Select) must be set to 4.
5 = RS485 port
9 = Jog Frequency
Reserved
Digit 2
Reserved
Digit 3
Figure 9.11 – Control Source (d012) Bit Definitions
Parameter Descriptions
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d013 Control Input Status
Range:
0 = Input Present
1 = Input Not Present
See figure 9.12
Default:
Read Only
See also:
N/A
The status of the control terminal block control inputs.
Important:
Actual command may come from a source other than
the control terminal block.
Start / Run FWD Input (I/O Terminal 02)
Direction / Run REV Input (I/O Terminal 03)
Stop Input 1(Control Terminal 01)
Reserved
1
Digit 0
Digit 1
Digit 2
Digit 3
The stop input must be present to start the drive. When this
bit is a 1, the drive can be started. When this bit is a 0, the
drive will stop.
Figure 9.12 – Control Input Status (d013) Bit Definitions
d014 Digital Input Status
Range:
0 = Input Not Present
1 = Input Present
See figure 9.13.
Default:
Read Only
See also:
A051, A052
The status of the control terminal block digital inputs.
Digital In1 Sel (I/O Terminal 05)
Digital In2 Sel (I/O Terminal 06)
Reserved
Reserved
Digit 0
Digit 1
Digit 2
Digit 3
Figure 9.13 – Digital Input Status (d014) Bit Definitions
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d015 Comm Status
Range:
0 = Condition False
1 = Condition True
See figure 9.14.
Default:
Read Only
See also:
A103 through A107
The status of the communications device.
Receiving Data
Transmitting Data
RS485 Option Connected
Fault Occurred
Bit 0
Bit 1
Bit 2
Bit 3
Figure 9.14 – Comm Status (d015) Bit Definitions
d016 Control SW Version
Range:
1.00 to 99.99
Default:
Read Only
See also:
N/A
The Main Control Board software version.
d017 Drive Type
Range:
1001 to 9999
Default:
Read Only
See also:
N/A
Used by Rockwell Automation field service personnel.
d018 Elapsed Run Time
Range:
0 to 9999 Hours
Default:
Read Only
See also:
N/A
The accumulated time drive is outputting power. The time is
displayed in 10-hour increments (that is, 1 = 10 hours).
Parameter Descriptions
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d019 Testpoint Data
Range:
0 to FFFF
Default:
Read Only
See also:
A102
The present value of the function selected in Testpoint Select
(A102).
d020 0 - 10 V Analog Input
Range:
0.0 to 100.0%
Default:
Read Only
See also:
A110, A111
The value present at the drive’s 0 - 10 V analog input.
d021 4 to 20 mA Analog Input
Range:
0.0 to 100.0%
Default:
Read Only
See also:
A112, A113
The value present at the drive’s 4 - 20 mA analog input.
d024 Drive Temp
Range:
0 to 1200 C
Default:
Read Only
See also:
N/A
Displays the present operating temperature of the drive power
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CHAPTER 10
Troubleshooting the Drive
ATTENTION: The drive contains high voltage capacitors that
take time to discharge after removal of mains supply. Before
working on the drive, ensure isolation of mains supply from
line inputs [R, S, T (L1, L2, L3)]. Wait three (3) minutes for
capacitors to discharge to safe voltage levels. Darkened
display LEDs is not an indication that capacitors have
discharged to safe voltage levels. Failure to observe this
precaution could result in severe bodily injury or loss of life.
!
ATTENTION: Only qualified electrical personnel familiar with
the construction and operation of this equipment and the
hazards involved should install, adjust, operate, or service this
equipment. Read and understand this manual and other
applicable manuals in their entirety before proceeding. Failure
to observe this precaution could result in severe bodily injury
or loss of life.
The MD60 constantly monitors its status and provides the following
ways to determine the status of the drive and to troubleshoot
problems that may occur:
•
LEDs on the drive (refer to figure 8.1 and table 8.1 for a
description of the LEDs)
•
Fault codes
10.1 Fault Codes
Faults codes indicate conditions within the drive that require
immediate attention. The drive responds to a fault by initiating a
coast-to-stop sequence and turning off output power to the motor.
The integral keypad provides visual notification of a fault condition
by displaying the following:
•
Flashing fault number (code) on the display. (See table 10.1 for
the fault code descriptions.)
•
Flashing FAULT LED
In addition, parameters d007-d009 act as a fault log. See the
parameter descriptions in chapter 9 for more information.
Troubleshooting the Drive
10-1
10.1.1 Manually Clearing Faults
Step 1.
Note the number of the fault code flashing on the display.
Step 2.
Press
on the integral keypad to acknowledge the
fault and remove the fault code from the display. This also
resets the drive if the fault is cleared.
Step 3.
Address the condition that caused the fault. Refer to table
10.1 for a description of the fault and corrective actions.
The cause must be corrected before the fault can be
cleared.
Step 4.
After corrective action has been taken, clear the fault and
reset the drive using one of the following methods:
• Press
if P037 (Stop Mode) is set to a value
between 0 and 3.
• Cycle drive power.
• Set A100 (Fault Clear) to 1.
• Cycle digital input if A051-A052 (Digital Inx Select) is
set to option 7 (Clear Faults).
10.1.2 Automatically Clearing Faults (Auto Restart
Feature)
The Auto Restart feature provides the ability for the drive to
automatically perform a fault reset followed by a start attempt
without user or application intervention. This allows remote or
“unattended” operation. This feature can only be used for autoresettable faults (see table 10.1).
When this type of fault occurs, and A092 (Auto Restart Tries) is set
to a value greater than “0,” a user-configurable timer, A093 (Auto
Restart Delay), begins. When the timer reaches zero, the drive
attempts to automatically reset the fault. If the condition that caused
the fault is no longer present, the fault will be reset and the drive will
be restarted.
To automatically clear an auto-resettable fault and restart the
drive:
Step 1.
Set A092 (Auto Restart Tries) to a value other than 0.
Step 2.
Set A093 (Auto Restart Delay) to a value other than 0.
To automatically clear an OverVoltage, UnderVoltage, or
Heatsink OverTemp fault without restarting the drive:
10-2
Step 1.
Set A092 (Auto Restart Tries) to a value other than 0.
Step 2.
Set A093 (Auto Restart Delay) to 0.
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Use caution when enabling this feature since the drive will attempt
to issue its own start command based on user-selected
programming.
No.
Fault
F2
Auxiliary
Input
F3
Power Loss
Auto-Reset1?
Table 10.1 – Fault Descriptions and Corrective Actions
Description
Y Auxiliary input interlock
is open.
N DC bus voltage
remained below 85%
of nominal.
Action
•
•
Check remote wiring.
•
Monitor the incoming
AC line for low voltage
or line power
interruption.
Verify communications
programming for
intentional fault.
•
F4
F5
UnderVoltage Y DC bus voltage fell
below the minimum
value.
OverVoltage Y DC bus voltage
exceeded maximum
value.
F6
Motor Stalled Y Drive is unable to
accelerate motor.
F7
Motor
Overload
Y Internal electronic
overload trip.
Troubleshooting the Drive
Check input fuses.
Monitor the incoming AC
line for low voltage or line
power interruption.
Monitor the AC line for
high line voltage or
transient conditions. Bus
overvoltage can also be
caused by motor
regeneration. Extend the
decel time or install
dynamic brake option.
Increase Accel Time x
(P039, A067) or reduce
load so drive output
current does not exceed
the current set by
parameter A089 (Current
Limit).
•
An excessive motor load
exists. Reduce load so
drive output current
does not exceed the
current set by parameter
P033 (Motor OL
Current).
•
Verify Start Boost
(A084) setting.
10-3
No.
Fault
F8
Heatsink
OverTemp
Auto-Reset1?
Table 10.1 – Fault Descriptions and Corrective Actions (Continued)
Description
Y Heatsink temperature
exceeds a predefined
value.
Action
•
Check for blocked or
dirty heat sink fins.
Verify that ambient
temperature has not
exceeded 40°C (104°F)
for IP 30/NEMA 1/UL
Type 1 installations or 50°C
(122°F) for Open type
installations.
•
F12
HW
OverCurrent
F13
Ground Fault N
F33
Auto Restart
Tries
N
F38
Phase U to
Gnd
Phase V to
Gnd
Phase W to
Gnd
N
F39
F40
F41
F42
F43
10-4
Phase UV
Short
Phase UW
Short
Phase VW
Short
N
Check fan.
The drive output
Check programming.
current has exceeded Check for excess load,
the hardware current improper Start Boost
limit.
(A084) setting, DC brake
volts set too high, or other
causes of excess current.
A current path to earth Check the motor and
external wiring to the drive
ground has been
output terminals for a
detected at one or
grounded condition.
more of the drive
output terminals.
Correct the cause of the
Drive unsuccessfully
fault and manually clear.
attempted to reset a
fault and resume
running for the
programmed number
of Auto Restart Tries in
A092.
A phase to ground fault • Check the wiring
has been detected
between the drive and
between the drive and
motor.
motor in this phase.
• Check motor for
grounded phase.
N Excessive current has
been detected
between these two
output terminals.
•
Replace drive if fault
cannot be cleared.
•
Check the motor and
drive output terminal
wiring for a shorted
condition.
•
Replace drive if fault
cannot be cleared.
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No.
Fault
F48 Params
Defaulted
F63
SW
OverCurrent
F64
Drive
Overload
F70
Power Unit
F81
Comm Loss
Auto-Reset1?
Table 10.1 – Fault Descriptions and Corrective Actions (Continued)
Description
N The drive was
commanded to write
default values to
EEPROM.
Y Programmed A098
(SW Current Trip) has
been exceeded.
N Drive rating of 150%
for 1 minute has been
exceeded.
N Failure has been
detected in the drive
power section.
N RS485 port stopped
communicating.
Action
•
Clear the fault or cycle
power to the drive.
•
Program the drive
parameters as needed.
Check load requirements
and A098 (SW Current
Trip) setting.
Reduce load or extend
Accel Time.
•
•
Cycle power.
•
If module was not
intentionally
disconnected, check
wiring to the port.
Replace wiring, port
expander, module or
complete drive as
required.
•
•
Check connection.
Replace drive if fault
cannot be cleared.
A module was
intentionally
disconnected.
•
F100 Parameter
Checksum
N The checksum read
from the board does
not match the
checksum calculated.
F122 I/O Board Fail N Failure has been
detected in the drive
control and I/O section.
1
Turn off using A105
(Comm Loss Action).
Set P041 (Reset to
Defaults) to option 1
(Reset Defaults).
•
•
Cycle power.
Replace drive if fault
cannot be cleared.
Refer to section 10.1.2 for information about the Auto Restart Feature.
Troubleshooting the Drive
10-5
10.2 Troubleshooting Tables
Use the following tables to troubleshoot the drive. If you cannot
resolve the problem using these tables, contact Reliance Electric.
10.2.1 Problem: Drive Does Not Start From Terminal
Block Start or Run Inputs
Table 10.2 – Problem: Drive Does Not Start From Terminal Block Start or Run Inputs
Possible Cause(s)
Drive is faulted
Indication
Flashing red
FAULT LED
Corrective Action
Clear fault by using one of
the following methods:
•
•
•
Press Stop
Cycle power
Set A100 (Fault Clear) to
1 (Clear Faults)
•
Incorrect programming.
•
None
Cycle digital input if A051/
A052 (Digital Inx Select)
is set to option 7 (Clear
Fault).
Check parameter settings.
P036 (Start Source) is set
to option 0 (Keypad) or
option 5 (RS485 Port).
•
A051/A052 (Digital Inx
Select) is set to option 5
“Local” and the input is
active.
Incorrect input wiring. See
figure 6.2 for wiring
examples.
•
2-wire control requires
Run Forward, Run
Reverse or Jog input.
•
3-wire control requires
Start and Stop inputs
•
Stop input is always
required.
10-6
None
Wire inputs correctly and/or
install jumper.
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10.2.2 Problem: Drive Does Not Start From Integral
Keypad
Table 10.3 – Problem: Drive Does Not Start From Integral Keypad
Cause(s)
Integral keypad is not
enabled.
Indication
Start Key
Status LED is
not on.
Corrective Action
•
Set parameter P036
(Start Source) to option 0
(Keypad).
•
I/O Terminal 01 “Stop” input
is not present.
Set parameter A051/A052
(Digital Inx Select) is set
to option 5 (Local) and
activate the input.
Wire inputs correctly and/or
install jumper.
None
10.2.3 Problem: Drive Does Not Respond to Changes
in Speed Command
Table 10.4 – Problem: Drive Does Not Respond to Changes in Speed Command
Cause(s)
No value is coming from
the source of the
command.
Indication
The RUN
LED is on and
output is 0
Hz.
Incorrect reference source None
is being selected via
remote device or digital
inputs.
Troubleshooting the Drive
Corrective Action
•
Check d012 (Control Source)
for correct source.
•
If the source is an analog
input, check wiring and use a
meter to check for presence of
signal.
•
Check d002 (Commanded
Frequency) to verify correct
command.
•
Check d012 (Control Source)
for correct source.
•
Check d014 (Digital Input
Status) to see if inputs are
selecting an alternate source.
Verify settings for A051/A052
(Digital Inx Select).
•
Check P038 (Speed
Reference) for the source of
the speed reference.
Reprogram as necessary.
•
Review the Speed Reference
Control chart in section 6.6.
10-7
10.2.4 Problem: Motor and/or Drive Will Not
Accelerate to Commanded Speed
Table 10.5 – Problem: Motor and/or Drive Will Not Accelerate to Commanded Speed
Cause(s)
Indication
Acceleration time is
None
excessive.
None
Excess load or short
acceleration times force the
drive into current limit,
slowing or stopping
acceleration.
Speed command source or None
value is not as expected.
Corrective Action
Reprogram P039 (Accel Time
1) or A067 (Accel Time 2).
•
Compare d003 (Output
Current) with A089 (Current
Limit).
•
Remove excess load or
reprogram P039 (Accel
Time 1) or A067 (Accel
Time 2).
•
Check for improper A084
(Start Boost) setting.
•
Verify d002 (Commanded
Frequency).
•
Programming is preventing None
the drive output from
exceeding limiting values.
Check d012 (Control
Source) for the proper
Speed Command.
Check P035 (Maximum
Frequency) to ensure that
speed is not limited by
programming.
10.2.5 Problem: Motor Operation is Unstable
Table 10.6 – Problem: Motor Operation is Unstable
Cause(s)
Motor data was incorrectly
entered.
10-8
Indication
None
Corrective Action
1. Correctly enter motor
nameplate data into P031,
P032 and P033.
2. Enable A097
(Compensation).
3. Use A084 (Start Boost) to
reduce boost level.
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10.2.6 Problem: Drive Will Not Reverse Motor
Direction.
Table 10.7 – Problem: Drive Will Not Reverse Motor Direction
Cause(s)
Indication
Digital input is not selected None
for reversing control.
Digital input is incorrectly
wired.
Motor wiring is improperly
phased for reverse.
Reverse is disabled.
Troubleshooting the Drive
None
Corrective Action
Check (Digital Inx Select).
Choose correct input and
program for reversing mode.
Check input wiring.
None
Switch two motor leads.
None
Check A095 (Reverse
Disable).
10-9
10-10
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APPENDIX A
Technical Specifications
Environment
Altitude:
1000 m (3300 ft) maximum without derating
Ambient Operating
Temperature
Without Derating:
IP 20: -10° C (14° F) to 50° C (122° F)
NEMA 1/IP30: -10° C (14° F) to 40° C (104° F)
Storage
Temperature (all
const.):
-40° C (-40° F) to 85° C (185° F)
Relative Humidity:
0% to 95%, non-condensing
Shock (Operating):
15 G peak for 11 ms duration (+/-1.0 ms)
Vibration
(Operating):
1 G peak, 5 to 2000 Hz
Control
Carrier Frequency:
2-16 kHz. Drive rating based on 4 kHz.
Frequency Accuracy • Digital Input: Within +/-0.05% of set output
frequency.
• Analog Input: Within 0.5% of maximum output
frequency.
Speed Regulation - +/-2% of base speed across a 40:1 speed range.
Open Loop with Slip
Compensation:
Stop Modes:
Multiple programmable stop modes including: Ramp,
Coast, DC-Brake, Ramp-to-Hold, and S Curve.
Accel/Decel:
Two independently programmable accel and decel
times. Each time may be programmed from 0-600
seconds in 0.1 second increments.
Intermittent
Overload
• 150% Overload capability for up to 1 minute.
• 200% Overload capacity for up to 3 seconds
Electronic Motor
Class 10 protection with speed-sensitive response.
Overload Protection:
Technical Specifications
A-1
Input/Output Rating
Output Frequency:
0-240 Hz (Programmable)
Efficiency:
97.5% (Typical)
Digital Control Inputs (Inputs Current = 6 mA)
SRC (Source)
Mode:
18-24 V = ON
0-6 V = OFF
SNK (Sink) Mode:
0-6 V = ON
18-24 V = OFF
Analog Control Inputs
4-20 mA Analog:
250 ohm input impedance
0-10 V DC Analog:
100k ohm input impedance
External Pot:
1-10 k ohms, 2 Watt minimum
Control Output
Programmable Output (form C relay)
Resistive Rating:
3.0 A at 30 V DC, 3.0 A at 125 V AC, 3.0 A at
240 V AC
Inductive Rating:
0.5 A at 30 V DC, 0.5 A at 125 V AC, 0.5 A at
240 V AC
Fuses and Circuit Breakers
Recommended
Fuse Type:
UL Class J, CC, T or Type BS88; 600 V (550 V) or
equivalent.
Recommended
Circuit Breakers:
HMCP circuit breakers or equivalent.
Protective Features
Motor Protection:
I2t overload protection - 150% for 60 sec, 200% for
3 sec (Provides Class 10 protection)
Overcurrent:
200% hardware limit, 300% instantaneous fault
Over Voltage:
• 100-120 V AC Input – Trip occurs at 405 V DC bus
voltage (equivalent to 150 V AC incoming line
• 200-240 V AC Input – Trip occurs at 405 V DC bus
voltage (equivalent to 290 V AC incoming line)
• 380-460 V AC Input – Trip occurs at 810 V DC bus
voltage (equivalent to 575 V AC incoming line)
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Under Voltage:
• 100-120 V AC Input – Trip occurs at 210 V DC bus
voltage (equivalent to 75 V AC incoming line)
• 200-240 V AC Input – Trip occurs at 210 V DC bus
voltage (equivalent to 150 V AC incoming line
• 380-480 V AC Input – Trip occurs at 390 V DC bus
voltage (equivalent to 275 V AC incoming line)
Control RideThrough:
Minimum ride-through is 0.5 sec - typical value 2 sec
Faultless Power
Ride-Through:
100 milliseconds
Dynamic Braking
Internal brake IGBT included with all ratings.
Approvals
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CO N T E Q
EMC Directive 89/336
LV:
EN 50178, EN 60204
EMC: EN 61800-3, EN 50081-1, EN 50082-2
Technical Specifications
A-3
A-4
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APPENDIX B
Record of
User Settings
B.1 Basic Parameter Group
No.
Parameter Name
P031 Motor NP Volts
Default
Value
Page
No.
Varies
9-2
P032 Motor NP Hertz
60 Hz
9-2
P033 Motor OL Current
Varies
9-2
P034 Minimum Frequency
0 Hz
9-2
P035 Maximum Frequency
60 Hz
9-2
P036 Start Source
0 = Keypad
9-3
P037 Stop Mode
1 = Coast,
Clear Fault
9-5
P038 Speed Reference
0 = Drive
Potentiometer
9-6
P039 Accel Time 1
5.0 sec
9-7
P040 Decel Time 1
5.0 sec
9-7
P041 Reset to Defaults
0 = Idle State
9-7
Record of User Settings
User Setting
B-1
B.2 Advanced Parameter Group
No.
B-2
Default
Value
Parameter Name
Page
No.
A051 Digital In1 Select
4 = Preset
Frequencies
9-8
A052 Digital In2 Select
4 = Preset
Frequencies
9-8
A055 Relay Output Select
0 = Ready (Not
Faulted)
9-9
A056 Relay Output Level
0.0
9-11
A067 Accel Time 2
10.0 sec
9-11
A068 Decel Time 2
10.0 sec
9-12
A069 Internal Frequency
0.0 Hz
9-12
A070 Preset Frequency 0
0.0 Hz
9-13
A071 Preset Frequency 1
0.0 Hz
9-13
A072 Preset Frequency 2
0.0 Hz
9-13
A073 Preset Frequency 3
0.0 Hz
9-13
A078 Jog Frequency
10.0 Hz
9-13
A079 Jog Accel/Decel
10.0 sec
9-13
A080 DC Brake Time
0.0 sec
9-14
A081 DC Brake Level
Amps x 0.5
9-14
A082 DB Resistor Select
0 = Disabled
9-15
A083 S Curve%
0% (Disabled)
9-15
A084 Start Boost
8 = 5.0
9-16
A088 Maximum Voltage
Rated Volts
9-17
A089 Current Limit
Amps x 1.8
9-17
A090 Motor OL Select
0 = No Derate
9-17
A091 PWM Frequency
4.0 kHz
9-18
A092 Auto Restart Tries
0
9-18
A093 Auto Restart Delay
1.0 sec
9-19
A094 Start At Power Up
0 = Disabled
9-19
A095 Reverse Disable
0 = Reverse
Enabled
9-19
A096 Flying Start Enable
0 = Disabled
9-20
A097 Compensation
1 = Electrical
9-20
A098 SW Current Trip
0.0 (Disabled)
9-21
A099 Process Factor
(Display Scaling)
30.0
9-21
User Setting
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No.
Default
Value
Parameter Name
Page
No.
A100 Fault Clear
0 = Ready
9-21
A101 Program Lock
0 = Unlocked
9-21
A102 Testpoint Select
0000
9-22
A103 Comm Data Rate
4 = 19.2 K
9-22
A104 Comm Node Address
1
9-22
A105 Comm Loss Action
0 = Fault
9-22
A106 Comm Loss Time
5.0
9-23
A107 Comm Format
0 = RTU 8-N-1
9-23
A110 0 - 10 V Analog Input
Low
0.0%
9-24
A111 0 - 10 V Analog Input
High
100.0%
9-24
A112 4 - 20 mA Analog Input 0.0%
Low
9-25
A113 4 - 20 mA Analog Input 100.0%
High
9-25
A114 Slip Compensation
2.0 Hz
9-25
A115 Process Time Lo
0.00
9-26
A116 Process Time Hi
0.00
9-26
Record of User Settings
User Setting
B-3
B-4
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APPENDIX C
Parameters
Cross-Referenced
by Name
Parameter Name
No.
Parameter
Group
Default
Value
Page
No.
0 - 10 V Analog Input
d020 Display
Read Only
9-32
0 - 10 V Analog Input
High
A111 Advanced
100.0%
9-24
0 - 10 V Analog Input
Low
A110 Advanced
0.0%
9-24
4 - 20 mA Analog Input
d021 Display
Read Only
9-32
4 - 20 mA Analog Input
High
A113 Advanced
100.0%
9-25
4 - 20 mA Analog Input
Low
A112 Advanced
0.0%
9-25
Accel Time 1
P039 Basic
5.0 sec
9-7
Accel Time 2
A067 Advanced
10.0 sec
9-11
Auto Restart Delay
A093 Advanced
1.0 sec
9-19
Auto Restart Tries
A092 Advanced
0
9-18
Comm Data Rate
A103 Advanced
4 = 19.2 K
9-22
Comm Format
A107 Advanced
0 = RTU 8-N-1
9-23
Comm Loss Action
A105 Advanced
0 = Fault
9-22
Comm Loss Time
A106 Advanced
5.0
9-23
Comm Node Address
A104 Advanced
1
9-22
Comm Status
d015 Display
Read Only
9-31
Commanded Frequency
d002 Display
Read Only
9-27
Compensation
A097 Advanced
1 = Electrical
9-20
Control Input Status
d013 Display
Read Only
9-30
Control Source
d012 Display
Read Only
9-29
Control SW Version
d016 Display
Read Only
9-31
Current Limit
A089 Advanced
Amps x 1.8
9-17
Parameters Cross-Referenced by Name
C-1
Parameter Name
C-2
No.
Parameter
Group
Default
Value
Page
No.
DB Resistor Select
A082 Advanced
0 = Disabled
9-15
DC Brake Level
A081 Advanced
Amps x 0.5
9-14
DC Brake Time
A080 Advanced
0.0 sec
9-14
DC Bus Voltage
d005 Display
Read Only
9-28
Decel Time 1
P040 Basic
5.0 sec
9-7
Decel Time 2
A068 Advanced
10.0 sec
9-12
Digital Input Status
d014 Display
Read Only
9-30
Digital In1 Select
A051 Advanced
4 = Preset
Frequencies
9-8
Digital In2 Select
A052 Advanced
4 = Preset
Frequencies
9-8
Drive Status
d006 Display
Read Only
9-28
Drive Temp
d024 Display
Read Only
9-32
Drive Type
d017 Display
Read Only
9-31
Elapsed Run Time
d018 Display
Read Only
9-31
Fault 1 Code
d007 Display
Read Only
9-28
Fault 2 Code
d008 Display
Read Only
9-28
Fault 3 Code
d009 Display
Read Only
9-28
Fault Clear
A100 Advanced
0 = Ready
9-21
Flying Start Enable
A096 Advanced
0 = Disabled
9-20
Internal Frequency
A069 Advanced
0.0 Hz
9-12
Jog Accel/Decel
A079 Advanced
10.0 sec
9-13
Jog Frequency
A078 Advanced
10.0 Hz
9-13
Maximum Frequency
P035 Basic
60 Hz
9-2
Maximum Voltage
A088 Advanced
Rated Volts
9-17
Minimum Frequency
P034 Basic
0 Hz
9-2
Motor NP Hertz
P032 Basic
60 Hz
9-2
Motor NP Volts
P031 Basic
Varies
9-2
Motor OL Current
P033 Basic
Varies
9-2
Motor OL Select
A090 Advanced
0 = No Derate
9-17
Output Current
d003 Display
Read Only
9-27
Output Frequency
d001 Display
Read Only
9-27
Output Voltage
d004 Display
Read Only
9-27
Preset Frequency 0
A070 Advanced
0.0 Hz
9-13
Preset Frequency 2
A072 Advanced
0.0 Hz
9-13
Preset Frequency 3
A073 Advanced
0.0 Hz
9-13
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Parameter Name
No.
Parameter
Group
Default
Value
Page
No.
Preset Frequency 1
A071 Advanced
0.0 Hz
9-13
Process Display
d010 Display
Read Only
9-29
Process Factor
A099 Advanced
30.0
9-21
Process Time Lo
A115 Advanced
0.00
9-26
Process Time Hi
A116 Advanced
0.00
9-26
Program Lock
A101 Advanced
0 = Unlocked
9-21
PWM Frequency
A091 Advanced
4.0 kHz
9-18
Relay Output Level
A056 Advanced
0.0
9-11
Relay Output Select
A055 Advanced
0 = Ready (Not
Faulted)
9-9
Reset to Defaults
P041 Basic
0 = Idle State
9-7
Reverse Disable
A095 Advanced
0 = Reverse
Enabled
9-19
S Curve%
A083 Advanced
0% (Disabled)
9-15
Slip Compensation
A114 Advanced
2.0 Hz
9-25
Speed Reference
P038 Basic
0 = Drive
Potentiometer
9-6
Start At Power Up
A094 Advanced
0 = Disabled
9-19
Start Boost
A084 Advanced
8 = 5.0
9-16
Start Source
P036 Basic
0 = Keypad
9-3
Stop Mode
P037 Basic
1 = Coast,
Clear Fault
9-5
SW Current Trip
A098 Advanced
0.0 (Disabled)
9-21
Testpoint Data
d019 Display
Read Only
9-32
Testpoint Select
A102 Advanced
0000
9-22
Parameters Cross-Referenced by Name
C-3
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APPENDIX D
CE Conformance
Requirements
Conformity with the Low Voltage (LV) Directive and Electromagnetic
Compatibility (EMC) Directive has been demonstrated using
harmonized European Norm (EN) standards published in the
Official Journal of the European Communities. The MD60 AC drive
complies with the EN standards listed below when installed
according to the User Manual.
CE Declarations of Conformity are available online at:
http://www.reliance.com/certification/.
Low Voltage Directive (73/23/EEC)
•
EN50178 Electronic equipment for use in power installations.
EMC Directive (89/336/EEC)
•
EN61800-3 (Second Environment) Adjustable speed electrical
power drive systems Part 3: EMC product standard including
specific test methods.
General Notes
•
If the top panel is removed or the optional conduit box is not
installed, the drive must be installed in an enclosure with side
openings less than 12.5 mm (0.5 in) and top openings less than
1.0 mm (0.04 in) to maintain compliance with the LV Directive.
Refer to figure 3.1.
•
The motor cable should be kept as short as possible in order to
avoid electromagnetic emission as well as capacitive currents.
•
The use of line filters in ungrounded systems is not
recommended.
•
Conformity of the drive with CE EMC requirements does not
guarantee an entire machine installation complies with the CE
EMC requirements. Many factors can influence total
machine/installation compliance.
CE Conformance Requirements
D-1
Essential Requirements for CE Compliance
The following conditions must be satisfied for MD60 drives to meet
the requirements of EN61800-3.
•
Grounding as described in figure D.1. Refer to chapter for
additional grounding recommendations.
•
Output power, control (I/O) and signal wiring must be braided,
shielded cable with a coverage of 75% or better, metal conduit
or equivalent attenuation.
•
Allowable cable length in table D.1 is not exceeded.
Table D.1 – Allowable Cable Length1
External - Short2
EN61800-3
EN61800-3
First Environment
First Environment3
Unrestricted
Restricted Distribution
Distribution4
or Second Environment
5 meters (16 feet)
1 meter (3 feet)
5 meters (16 feet)
1 meter (3 feet)
External - Long2
100 meters (328 feet)
Filter Type
Integral
5 meters (16 feet)
1
Testing of longer cable lengths is pending.
2
Contact Reliance Electric for details on optional external filters.
3
Equivalent to EN55011 Class A.
4
Equivalent to EN55011 Class B.
D-2
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Shielded Enclosure(1)
IP 30/NEMA 1/UL Type 1
NEMAKit1/IP30 Kit
Option
(2)
EMI Filter
L1
L2
L3
L1'
L2'
L3'
EMI Fittings and Metal Conduit
R/L1
S/L2
T/L3
Enclosure Ground Connection
U/T1
V/T2
W/T3
Shielded Motor Cable
Building Structure Steel
(1) First Environment Unrestricted Distribution installations require a
shielded enclosure. Keep wire length as short as possible between
the enclosure entry point and the EMI filter.
(2) Integral EMI filters are available on 240 V, 1-phase drives.
Figure D.1 – Connections and Grounding
EN61000-3-2
•
0.75 kW (1 HP) 240 V 1-phase and 3-phase drives and
0.37 kW (1/2 HP) 240 V 1-phase drives are suitable for
installation on a private low-voltage power network.
Installations on a public low-voltage power network may require
additional harmonic mitigation.
•
Other drive ratings meet the current harmonic requirements of
EN61000-3-2 without additional external mitigation.
CE Conformance Requirements
D-3
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APPENDIX E
Accessories
E.1 Dynamic Brake Modules
Table E.1 – Dynamic Brake Modules
Drive Ratings
Input Voltage
120V 50/60 Hz
1-Phase
240V 50/60 Hz
1-Phase
240V 50/60 Hz
3-Phase
480V 50/60 Hz
3-Phase
1
kW
0.2
0.75
0.75
1.1
0.2
0.4
0.75
1.5
0.2
0.4
0.75
1.5
2.2
3.7
0.4
0.75
1.5
2.2
3.7
HP
0.25
1.0
1.0
1.5
0.25
0.5
1.0
2.0
0.25
0.5
1.0
2.0
3.0
5.0
0.5
1.0
2.0
3.0
5.0
Minimum
Resistance
(ohms)
60
60
60
60
60
60
48
32
121
121
97
97
Model Number1
AK-R2-091P500
AK-R2-091P500
AK-R2-091P500
AK-R2-091P500
AK-R2-091P500
AK-R2-091P500
AK-R2-091P500
AK-R2-091P500
AK-R2-091P500
AK-R2-091P500
AK-R2-091P500
AK-R2-091P500
AK-R2-047P500
AK-R2-047P500
AK-R2-360P500
AK-R2-360P500
AK-R2-360P500
AK-R2-120P1K2
AK-R2-120P1K2
The resistors listed in this table are rated for 5% duty cycle.
Accessories
E-1
Frame A
Frame B
30.0
(1.18) 60.0
(2.36)
31.0
(1.22)
59.0
(2.32)
C
US
C
US
17.0
(0.67)
61.0
(2.40)
335.0
(13.19)
386.0
(15.20)
405.0
(15.94)
SURFACES MAY BE
ROCKWELL
AUTOMATION
AUTOMATION
ROCKWELL
316.0
(12.44)
13.0
(0.51)
Frame
A
B
Model Number
AK-R2-091P500, AK-R2-047P500, AK-R2-360P500
AK-R2-030P1K2, AK-R2-120P1K2
Figure E.1 – Dynamic Brake Modules: Dimensions
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E.2 EMC Line Filters
Table E.2 – EMC Line Filters
Drive Ratings
Input Voltage
kW
120V 50/60 Hz
0.2
1-Phase
0.4
240V 50/60 Hz
1-Phase
240V 50/60 Hz
3-Phase
480V 50/60 Hz
3-Phase
1
2
3
4
5
6
Accessories
0.75
1.1
0.2
0.4
0.75
1.5
0.2
0.4
0.75
1.5
2.2
3.7
0.4
0.75
1.5
2.2
3.7
HP
0.25
0.5
1.0
1.5
0.25
0.5
1.0
2.0
0.25
0.5
1.0
2.0
3.0
5.0
0.5
1.0
2.0
3.0
5.0
S Type Filter
Model Number 1
–
–
–
–
2
3
2
2
6MDF-021BS4
6MDF-021BS5
6MDF-021BS3
6MDF-021BS3
6MDF-021BS3
6MDF-021BS3
6MDF-012BS
6MDF-012BS
6MDF-012BS
6MDF-012BS
6MDF-012BS
L Type Filter
Model Number 6
6MDF-010AL
6MDF-010AL
6MDF-018BL
6MDF-025CL
6MDF-010AL
6MDF-010AL
6MDF-010AL
6MDF-018BL
6MDF-9P5AL
6MDF-9P5AL
6MDF-9P5AL
6MDF-9P5AL
6MDF-021BL
6MDF-021BL
6MDF-5P7AL
6MDF-5P7AL
6MDF-5P7AL
6MDF-012BL
6MDF-012BL
This filter is suitable for use with a cable length of at least 10 meters
(33 feet) for Class A and 1 meter for Class B environments.
These ratings can be ordered with internal “S Type” filters.
These ratings can be ordered with internal “S Type” filters.
Filter must be Series B.
Filter must be Series B.
This filter is suitable for use with a cable length of at least 100 meters
for Class A and 5 meters for Class B environments.
E-3
29.8
(1.17)
80
60 (3.15)
(2.36)
50
(1.97)
208
(8.19)
220
(8.66)
208
(8.19)
17.8
(0.70)
5.5 (0.22)
24
(0.94)
Dimensions are in mm and (in).
Model Numbers: 6MDF-9P5AS, -AL; 6MDF-5P7AS, -AL;
Figure E.2 – Frame A EMC Line Filters: Dimensions
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29.8
(1.17)
50
(1.97)
100
78 (3.94)
(3.07)
217
(8.54)
229
(9.02)
216
(8.50)
17.8
(0.70)
24.0
(0.94)
5.5 (0.22)
Dimensions are in mm and (in).
Model Numbers: 6MDF-012BS, -BL; 6MDF-021BS, -BL;
6MDF-018BS, -BL
Figure E.3 – Frame B EMC Line Filters: Dimensions
Accessories
E-5
E.3 Operator Interface Modules (OIMs)
Table E.3 – Operator Interface Modules/Accessories
Description
Model Number
Remote Panel-Mount OIM (digital speed control,
CopyCat capable, IP66 (NEMA 4x12) indoor use only,
includes 2.9 meter cable)
MD4ALCD
Remote Handheld OIM (digital speed control, full
numeric keypad, CopyCat capable, IP30 (NEMA Type
1); includes 1.0 meter cable; panel-mount with optional
Bezel Kit)
MD1CC
Bezel Kit (panel mount for Remote Handheld OIM)
MDBZL-N1
OIM Cable (1.0 meter OIM-to-RJ45 cable)
MDCBL-CC1
OIM Cable (2.9 meter OIM-to-RJ45 cable)
MDCBL-CC3
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25,0
(0.98)
93,0
(3.66)
mm
(in.)
180,0
(7.08)
2.0m
67,0
(2.63)
60,0
(2.36)
77,0
(3.03)
∅19,1
(0.75)
53,5
(2.11)
77,0
(3.03)
∅4,8
(0.19)
Dimensions are in mm and (in).
Figure E.4 – Remote OIM (M/N MD4ALCD)
Accessories
E-7
93
(3.66)
25.2
(0.99)
11.1
(0.44)
180
(7.09)
2m
67
(2.64)
60
(2.36)
154
(6.06)
4.8
(0.19)
77
(3.03)
19.1
(0.75)
23.5
(0.93)
Dimensions in mm and (in).
Figure E.5 – NEMA Type 1 Bezel (M/N MDBZL-N1): Dimensions
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APPENDIX F
RS485 (MDI)
Protocol
MD60 drives support the RS485 (MDI) protocol to allow efficient
operation with Rockwell Automation peripherals. In addition, some
Modbus functions are supported to allow simple networking. MD60
drives can be multi-dropped on an RS485 network using Modbus
protocol in RTU mode.
Controller
Figure F.1 – Sample Network
For information regarding DeviceNet or other communication
protocols, refer to the appropriate user manual.
Network Wiring
Network wiring consists of a shielded 2-conductor cable that is
daisy-chained from node to node. See figure F.2.
4
120 ohm resistor
TxRxD-
5
Shield
MD60 Drive
Node "n"
MD60 Drive
Node 2
MD60 Drive
Node 1
Master
TxRxD+
TxRxD+
TxRxDShield
4
5
TxRxD+
TxRxD-
4
5
Shield
FRONT
120 ohm resistor
PIN 1
PIN 8
X
X
X
NOTE: The shield is connected at ONLY ONE end of each cable segment.
Figure F.2 – Network Wiring Diagram
Only pins 4 and 5 on the RJ45 plug should be wired. The other pins
on the MD60 RJ45 socket contain power, etc., for other Rockwell
Automation peripheral devices and must not be connected.
RS485 (MDI) Protocol
F-1
Wiring terminations on the master controller will vary depending on
the master controller used and “TxRxD+” and “TxRxD-” are shown
for illustration purposes only. Refer to the master controller’s user
manual for network terminations. Note that there is no standard for
the “+” and “-” wires, and consequently Modbus device
manufacturers interpret them differently. If you have problems with
initially establishing communications, try swapping the two network
wires at the master controller.
Standard RS485 wiring practices apply. Termination resistors need
to be applied at each end of the network cable. RS485 repeaters
may need to be used for long cable runs, or if greater than 32 nodes
are needed on the network.
Control Terminal 16 on the MD60 must also be connected to PE
ground (there are two PE terminals on the drive).
Parameter Configuration
The following MD60 parameters are used to configure the drive to
operate on a network.
Table F.1 – MD60 Network Parameters
Parameter
P036 (Start Source)
P038 (Speed Reference)
A103 (Comm Data Rate)
A104 (Comm Node Addr)
A105 (Comm Loss Action)
A106 (Comm Loss Time)
A107 (Comm Format)
F-2
Details
Set to 5 “RS485 (MDI) Port” if Start is controlled
from the network.
Set to 5 “RS485 (MDI) Port” if the Speed Reference
is controlled from the network.
Sets the data rate for the RS485 (MDI) Port. All
nodes on the network must be set to the same data
rate.
Sets the node address for the drive on the network.
Each device on the network requires a unique node
address.
Selects the drive’s response to communication
problems.
Sets the time that the drive will remain in
communication loss before the drive implements
A105 (Comm Loss Action).
Sets the transmission mode, data bits, parity and
stop bits for the RS485 (MDI) Port. All nodes on the
network must be set to the same setting.
MD60 AC Drive User Manaul
Supported Modbus Function Codes
The peripheral interface (MDI) used on MD60 drives supports some
of the Modbus function codes.
Table F.2 – Supported Modbus Function Codes
Modbus Function Code
03
06
Command
Read Holding Registers
Preset (Write) Single Register
Important:
Modbus devices can be 0-based (registers are
numbered starting at 0) or 1-based (registers are
numbered starting at 1). Depending on the Modbus
Master used, the register addresses listed on the
following pages may need to be offset by +1. For
example, Logic Command may be register address
8192 for some master devices (e.g., ProSoft 3150MCM SLC Modbus scanner) and 8193 for others (e.g.,
PanelViews).
RS485 (MDI) Protocol
F-3
Writing (06) Logic Command Data
The MD60 drive can be controlled via the network by sending
Function Code 06 writes to register address 8192 (Logic
Command). P036 (Start Source) must be set to 5 “RS485 (MDI)
Port” in order to accept the commands.
Table F.3 – Logic Commands
Logic Command
Address
(Decimal)
Bit(s)
0
1
2
3
5,4
6
7
9,8
8192
11,10
14,13,12
15
F-4
Description
1 = Stop, 0 = Not Stop
1 = Start, 0 = Not Start
1 = Jog, 0 = No Jog
1 = Clear Faults, 0 = Not Clear Faults
00 = No Command
01 = Forward Command
10 = Reverse Command
11 = Change Direction (Toggle)
Not Used
Not Used
00 = No Command
01 = Accel Rate 1 Enable
10 = Accel Rate 2 Enable
11 = Hold Accel Rate Selected
00 = No Command
01 = Decel Rate 1 Enable
10 = Decel Rate 2 Enable
11 = Hold Decel Rate Selected
000 = No Command
001 = Freq. Source = P036 (Start Source)
010 = Freq. Source = A069 (Internal Freq)
011 = Freq. Source = Comms (Addr 8193)
100 = A070 (Preset Freq 0)
101 = A071 (Preset Freq 1)
110 = A072 (Preset Freq 2)
111 = A073 (Preset Freq 3)
Not Used
MD60 AC Drive User Manaul
Writing (06) Reference
The Speed Reference to a MD60 drive can be controlled via the
network by sending Function Code 06 writes to register address
8193 (Reference). P038 (Speed Reference) must be set to 5
“RS485 (MDI) Port” in order to accept the Speed Reference.
Table F.4 – Reference
Reference
Address
(Decimal)
8193
Description
A decimal value entered as xxx.x where the decimal point is
fixed. For example, a decimal “100” equals 10.0 Hz and “543”
equals 54.3 Hz.
Reading (03) Logic Status Data
The MD60 Logic Status data can be read via the network by
sending Function Code 03 reads to register address 8448 (Logic
Status).
Table F.5 – Logic Status Data
Logic Status
Address
(Decimal)
8448
RS485 (MDI) Protocol
Bit(s)
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Description
1 = Ready, 0 = Not Ready
1 = Active (Running), 0 = Not Active
1 = Cmd Forward, 0 = Cmd Reverse
1 = Rotating Forward, 0 = Rotating Reverse
1 = Accelerating, 0 = Not Accelerating
1 = Decelerating, 0 = Not Decelerating
1 = Alarm, 0 = No Alarm
1 = Faulted, 0 = Not Faulted
1 = At Reference, 0 = Not At Reference
1 = Reference Controlled by Comm
1 = Operation Cmd Controlled by Comm
1 = Parameters have been locked
Digital Input 1 Status
Digital Input 2 Status
Not Used
Not Used
F-5
Reading (03) Feedback
The Feedback (Output Frequency) from the MD60 drive can be read
via the network by sending Function Code 03 reads to register
address 8451 (Feedback).
Table F.6 – Feedback
Feedback1
Address
(Decimal)
8451
1
F-6
Description
A xxx.x decimal value where the decimal point is fixed. For
example, a decimal “123” equals 12.3 Hz and “300” equals
30.0 Hz.
Returns the same data as Reading (03) Parameter d001 (Output Freq).
MD60 AC Drive User Manual
Reading (03) Drive Error Codes
The MD60 Error Code data can be read via the network by sending
Function Code 03 reads to register address 8449 (Drive Error
Codes).
Table F.7 – Error Codes
Logic Status
Address
(Decimal)
8449
RS485 (MDI) Protocol
Value
(Decimal)
0
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
12
13
29
33
38
39
40
41
42
43
63
64
70
80
81
100
122
Description
No Fault
Auxiliary Input
Power Loss
Undervoltage
Overvoltage
Motor Stalled
Motor Overload
Heatsink Overtemperature
HW Overcurrent (300%)
Ground Fault
Analog Input Loss
Auto Restart Tries
Phase U to Ground Short
Phase V to Ground Short
Phase W to Ground Short
Phase UV Short
Phase UW Short
Phase VW Short
Software Overcurrent
Drive Overload
Power Unit Fail
AutoTune Fail
Communication Loss
Parameter Checksum Error
I/O Board Fail
F-7
Reading (03) and Writing (06) Drive Parameters
To access drive parameters, the Modbus register address equals
the parameter number. For example, a decimal “1” is used to
address parameter d001 (Output Freq) and decimal “39” is used to
address parameter P039 (Accel Time 1).
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APPENDIX G
RJ45 Splitter Cable
The MD60 drive provides a RJ45 port to allow the connection of a
single peripheral device. The RJ45 Splitter Cable can be used to
connect a second MDI peripheral device to the drive.
Connectivity Guidelines
ATTENTION: The peripherals may not perform as intended if
these Connectivity Guidelines are not followed. Precautions
should be taken to follow these Connectivity Guidelines. Failure
to observe these precaution may result in damage to, or
destruction of, the equipment.
!
•
Two peripherals maximum can be attached to a drive.
•
If a single peripheral is used, it must be connected to the
Master port (M) on the splitter and configured for “Auto”
(default) or “Master.” Parameter 9 (Device Type) on the OIM
keypads and parameter 1 (Module Cfg) on the Serial Converter
are used to select the type (Auto / Master / Slave).
•
Do not use the RJ45 Splitter Cable with a drive that has an
internal network communication module installed. Since
only one additional peripheral can be added, the second
peripheral can be connected directly to the RJ45 port on the
drive. The internal Comm is always the Master, therefore the
external peripheral must be configured as “Auto” (for temporary
connections) or “Slave” (for permanent connections).
•
If two peripherals will be powered up at the same time, one
must be configured as the “Master” and connected to the
Master port (M) and the other must be connected as the “Slave”
and connected to the Slave port (S).
RJ45 Splitter Cable
G-1
PIN 1
S
Slave Port
M
Cable Accessories
Master Port
PIN 8
Figure G.1 – RJ45 Splitter Cable (M/N AK-U0-RJ45-SCI)
TB2
(PIN 5)
PIN 8
TB1
(PIN 4)
PIN 1
Figure G.2 – RJ45 Two-Position Terminal Block Module
M/N AK-U0-RJ45-TB2P
PIN 8
PIN 1
Figure G.3 – RJ45 Module With Integrated Termination Resistor
(M/N AK-U0-RJ45-TR1)
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Connecting One Temporary Peripheral
MD60 Drive
MD60
Handheld OIM
Serial Converter
or
M
S
Parameter 1 (Module Cfg) set to "Auto"
(default) or "Master" and connected to
Master port (M) on RJ45 Splitter Cable
Parameter 9 (Device Type) set to "Auto"
(default) or "Master" and connected to
Master port (M) on RJ45 Splitter Cable
Figure G.4 – Connecting One Temporary Peripheral
Connecting One Temporary Peripheral and
One Permanent Peripheral
NEMA 1 Bezel
with Handheld OIM
NEMA 4
Panel Mount OIM
MD60 Drive
or
M
S
Parameter 1 (Module Cfg)
set to "Auto" (default) or
"Slave" and connected to
Slave port (S) on
RJ45 Splitter Cable
Parameter 9 (Device Type)
set to "Master" and
connected to Master port
(M) on RJ45 Splitter Cable
Serial Converter
Figure G.5 – Connecting One Temporary Peripheral and One Permanent
Peripheral
RJ45 Splitter Cable
G-3
Connecting Two Permanent Peripherals
NEMA 1 Bezel
with Handheld OIM
NEMA 4
Panel Mount OIM
MD60 Drive
or
M
Parameter 9 (Device Type) set to
"Master" and connected to Master
port (M) on RJ45 Splitter Cable
S
Parameter 9 (Device Type)
set to "Slave" and
connected to Slave port (S)
on RJ45 Splitter Cable
or
Figure G.6 – Connecting Two Permanent Peripherals
Connecting an RS485 Network
MD60 Drives
Esc
Sel
AK-U0-RJ45-TB2P
Two-position
Terminal Block
AK-U0-RJ45-TR1
Terminating Resistor
(end of network)
or
or
Customer-supplied RJ45 male-to-RJ45 male
cables with wires connected at pins 4 and 5 only.
Both the Master (M) and Slave (S) ports on the RJ45 Splitter
Cable operate as standard RS-485 ports in this configuration.
Figure G.7 – Connecting an RS485 Network
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INDEX
0 - 10 V Analog Input (d020), 9-32
0 - 10 V Analog Input High (A111), 9-24
0 - 10 V Analog Input Low (A110), 9-24
4 - 20 mA Analog Input High
(A113), 9-25
4 - 20 mA Analog Input Low (A112), 9-25
4 to 20 mA Analog Input (d021), 9-32
recommendations, 6-3
Control Input Status (d013), 9-30
Control Source (d012), 9-29
Control SW Version (d016), 9-31
control terminal block
wiring, 6-4
control wiring, installing, 6-1 to 6-9
control, 2- and 3-wire, 6-7
Current Limit (A089), 9-17
A
D
A parameters, 9-8 to 9-26
Accel Time 1 (P039), 9-7
Accel Time 2 (A067), 9-11
accel/decel selection, 6-9
accessories, E-1 to E-8
Advanced parameters, 9-8 to 9-26
Auto Restart Delay (A093), 9-19
Auto Restart feature, 10-2
Auto Restart Tries (A092), 9-18
Auto Restart Tries fault, 10-4
Auxiliary Input fault, 10-3
d parameters, 9-27 to 9-32
DB Resistor Kit, 2-3
DB Resistor Select (A082), 9-15
DC Brake Level (A081), 9-14
DC Brake Time (A080), 9-14
DC Bus Voltage (d005), 9-28
Decel Time 1 (P040), 9-7
Decel Time 2 (A068), 9-12
Digital In1 Select (A051), 9-8
Digital In2 Select (A052), 9-8
Digital Input Status (d014), 9-30
dimensions, drive, 3-3
Display parameters, 9-27 to 9-32
Display Scaling (Process Factor
(A099)), 9-21
drive
frame size, 2-2
model numbers, 2-2
operating conditions, 3-2
powering up after installing, 7-2
ratings, 2-2
storage guidelines, 2-4
troubleshooting, 10-1 to 10-9
Drive Overload fault, 10-5
Drive Status (d006), 9-28
Drive Temperature (d024), 9-32
Drive Type (d017), 9-31
Dynamic Brake Modules, E-1
Numerics
B
Basic parameters, 9-2 to 9-7
Bezel Kit, E-6, E-8
C
CE conformance requirements, D-1 to
D-3
circuit breakers, 5-6 to 5-7, A-2
Comm Data Rate (A103), 9-22
Comm Format (A107), 9-23
Comm Loss Action (A105), 9-22
Comm Loss fault, 10-5
Comm Loss Time (A106), 9-23
Comm Node Address (A104), 9-22
Comm Status (d015), 9-31
Commanded Frequency (d002), 9-27
Compensation (A097), 9-20
control and signal wiring
Index
Index-1
E
H
Elapsed Run Time (d018), 9-31
EMC Line Filters, E-3
EMC/RFI
grounding, filter, 4-2
EMI filters, 2-3
Heatsink OverTemp fault, 10-4
HW OverCurrent fault, 10-4
F
fault
buffers, see, Fault n Code
(d007-d009)
clearing automatically, 10-2
clearing manually, 10-2
codes, 10-1
descriptions and corrective
actions, 10-3
log, see, Fault n Code (d007-d009)
Fault 1 Code (d007), 9-28
Fault 2 Code (d008), 9-28
Fault 3 Code (d009), 9-28
Fault Clear (A100), 9-21
faults
Auto Restart Tries, 10-4
Auxiliary Input, 10-3
Comm Loss, 10-5
Drive Overload, 10-5
Ground Fault, 10-4
Heatsink OverTemp, 10-4
HW OverCurrent, 10-4
I/O Board Fail, 10-5
Motor Overload, 10-3
Motor Stalled, 10-3
OverVoltage, 10-3
Parameter Checksum, 10-5
Phase Short, 10-4
Phase to Ground Short, 10-4
Power Loss, 10-3
Power Unit, 10-5
SW OverCurrent, 10-5
UnderVoltage, 10-3
filter, RFI, 4-2
Flying Start Enable (A096), 9-20
frames and ratings, 2-2
fuses, 5-6 to 5-7, A-2
G
Ground Fault, 10-4
ground fault monitoring, 4-2
grounding the drive, 4-1 to 4-2
Index-2
I
I/O Board Fail fault, 10-5
I/O wiring, 6-4
I/O wiring examples, 6-5, 6-7
input potentiometer, 6-5
input power conditioning, 5-4
installation, 7-1
Internal Frequency (A069), 9-12
J
Jog Accel/Decel (A079), 9-13
Jog Frequency (A078), 9-13
K
key descriptions, 8-3
keypad components, 8-1
kits, 2-3
L
LED descriptions, 8-2
M
machinery safety standard, compliance
with, 6-2
Maximum Frequency (P035), 9-2
Maximum Voltage (A088), 9-17
Minimum Frequency (P034), 9-2
model numbers, 2-1
motor cable length, 5-9
motor cable types, 200-600 V
installations, 5-8
Motor NP Hertz (P032), 9-2
Motor NP Volts (P031), 9-2
Motor OL Current (P033), 9-2
Motor OL Select (A090), 9-17
Motor Overload fault, 10-3
Motor Stalled fault, 10-3
motor start/stop precautions, 6-2
mounting clearances, 3-2
mounting specifications, 3-4
mounting the drive, 3-1 to 3-4
MOVs, 5-3
MD60 AC Drive User Manual
N
NEMA 1/IP30 Kit, 2-3
O
OIMs, E-6
operating conditions, 3-2
Operator Interface Modules (OIMs), E-6
Output Current (d003), 9-27
output disconnect, 5-10
Output Frequency (d001), 9-27
Output Voltage (d004), 9-27
OverVoltage fault, 10-3
P
P parameters, 9-2 to 9-7
Parameter Checksum fault, 10-5
parameters
A, 9-8 to 9-26
about, 8-4
Advanced, 9-8 to 9-26
Basic, 9-2 to 9-7
cross-referenced by name, C-1 to
C-3
d, 9-27 to 9-32
descriptions, 9-1 to 9-32
Display, 9-27 to 9-32
P, 9-2 to 9-7
record of user settings, B-1 to B-3
viewing and adjusting Basic (P) and
Advanced (A), 8-5
viewing Display (d), 8-6
PE ground, 4-2
Phase Short fault, 10-4
Phase to Ground fault, 10-4
potentiometer, wiring, 6-5
Power Loss fault, 10-3
power terminal block
connections, 5-5
specifications, 5-5
Power Unit fault, 10-5
power wiring specifications, 5-5
power wiring, installing, 5-1 to 5-10
power-off checks, 7-1
Preset Frequency 0 (A070), 9-13
Preset Frequency 1 (A071), 9-13
Preset Frequency 2 (A072), 9-13
Preset Frequency 3 (A073), 9-13
Process Display (d010), 9-29
Process Factor (A099), 9-21
Index
Process Time Hi (A116), 9-26
Process Time Lo (A115), 9-26
Program Lock (A101), 9-21
protective features, A-2
PWM Frequency (A091), 9-18
R
reflective wave protection, 5-9
Relay Output Level (A056), 9-11
Relay Output Select (A055), 9-9
Reset to Defaults (P041), 9-7
Reverse Disable (A095), 9-19
RJ45 Splitter Cable, G-1 to G-4
RS485 (MDI) protocol, F-1 to F-8
RWR (Reflective Wave Reducer), 5-9
S
S Curve % (A083), 9-15
safety ground, 4-2
Serial Converter, MD60, 2-3
shield termination, 4-2
shielded motor cable, 5-8
Slip Compensation (A114), 9-25
specifications, technical, A-1
Speed Reference (P038), 9-6
speed reference control, 6-8
Start At Power Up (A094), 9-19
Start Boost (A084), 9-16
Start Source (P036), 9-3
starting up the drive, 7-1
stop circuit requirements, 6-1
Stop Mode (P037), 9-5
storage guidelines, 2-4
SW Current Trip (A098), 9-21
SW OverCurrent fault, 10-5
T
technical assistance, 1-1
terminal block
control, 6-4
power, 5-5
Testpoint Data (d019), 9-32
Testpoint Select (A102), 9-22
three-wire control, 6-7
troubleshooting tables, 10-6 to 10-9
troubleshooting the drive, 10-1 to 10-9
two-wire control, 6-7
Index-3
U
W
UnderVoltage fault, 10-3
ungrounded distribution systems, 5-2
unshielded power cables, 5-8
weight, drive, 3-3
wiring
I/O examples, 6-7
wiring specifications
control and signal, 6-3
power, 5-5
Index-4
MD60 AC Drive User Manual
U.S. Drives Technical Support
Tel: (1) 262.512.8176, Fax: (1) 262.512.2222, Email: [email protected], Online: www.ab.com/support/abdrives
Publication D2-3499-3 – September 2003
Copyright © 2003 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Printed in USA.
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