PowerFlex 700S Adjustable Frequency AC Drive
Quick Start
PowerFlex® 700S Adjustable
Frequency AC Drive - Phase II
(Frames 1 - 6)
Introduction
This document is designed to guide you through the basic steps needed to
install, start-up, and program the PowerFlex 700S Adjustable Frequency
AC - Phase II drive for Frames 1 - 6. The information provided in this
document does not replace the user manual and is intended for
qualified personnel only. For detailed PowerFlex 700S information refer to
the appropriate publications listed below.
Reference Materials
Allen-Bradley publications are available on the internet at:
www.rockwellautomation.com/literature.
Title
PowerFlex 700S Drives with Phase II Control User Manual
PowerFlex 700S Drives with Phase II Control Reference Manual
PowerFlex 700S and DriveLogix™ Firmware Release Notes
PowerFlex 700H/S High Power Installation Instructions (Frames 9 - 12)
Wiring and Grounding Guidelines for Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) AC Drives
Publication
20D-UM006
PFLEX-RM003
20D-RN007
PFLEX-IN006
DRIVES-IN001
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Table of Contents
Six Basic Steps to a Successful Start-Up
Step 1 — Read General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
General Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
EMC Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
General Notes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Step 2 — Mount the Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
Minimum Mounting Clearances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Operating Temperatures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Dimensions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Step 3 — Power Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
Wire Recommendations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Power & Ground Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Power Terminal Block Designations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Using PowerFlex 700S Drives with Regen Power Units . . . . . . . . . . 18
Step 4 — Control Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
Wiring Recommendations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
DIP Switch Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
I/O Terminal Blocks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
I/O Wiring Examples . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Step 5 — Start-Up Check List. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
Before Applying Power to the Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Applying Power to the Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Step 6 — Program the Drive – Start-Up. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
Assisted Start . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Parameter Files & Groups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Frequently Used Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Additional Information
ATEX Approved PowerFlex 700S Phase II Drives in Group II Category (2) Applications with ATEX Approved Motors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36
DriveLogix™ Recommended Programming Techniques. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
Troubleshooting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41
Abbreviated Fault & Alarm Clearing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
HIM Indication. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Manually Clearing Faults . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Technical Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42
Online. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Telephone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
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Step 1
Read General Information
General Precautions
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!
Class 1 LED Product
ATTENTION: Hazard of permanent eye damage exists when using optical transmission
equipment. This product emits intense light and invisible radiation. Do not look into module ports or
fiber optic cable connectors.
ATTENTION: This drive contains ESD (Electrostatic Discharge) sensitive parts and assemblies.
Static control precautions are required when installing, testing, servicing or repairing this assembly.
Component damage may result if ESD control procedures are not followed. If you are not familiar
with static control procedures, reference Allen-Bradley publication 8000-4.5.2, “Guarding Against
Electrostatic Damage” or any other applicable ESD protection handbook.
!
ATTENTION: An incorrectly applied or installed drive can result in component damage or a
reduction in product life. Wiring or application errors such as under sizing the motor, incorrect or
inadequate AC supply, or excessive surrounding air temperatures may result in malfunction of the
system.
!
ATTENTION: Only qualified personnel familiar with the PowerFlex 700S Drive and associated
machinery should plan or implement the installation, start-up and subsequent maintenance of the
system. Failure to comply may result in personal injury and/or equipment damage.
!
ATTENTION: To avoid an electric shock hazard, verify that the voltage on the bus capacitors has
discharged before performing any work on the drive. Measure the DC bus voltage at the +DC & –
DC terminals of the Power Terminal Block (refer to Chapter 1 in the PowerFlex 700S User Manual,
publication 20D-UM006, for location). The voltage must be zero.
!
ATTENTION: Risk of injury or equipment damage exists. DPI or SCANport host products must
not be directly connected together via 1202 cables. Unpredictable behavior can result if two or more
devices are connected in this manner.
!
ATTENTION: Risk of injury or equipment damage exists. Parameters 365 [Encdr0 Loss Cnfg] 394 [VoltFdbkLossCnfg] let you determine the action of the drive in response to operating
anomalies. Precautions should be taken to ensure that the settings of these parameters do not create
hazards of injury or equipment damage
!
ATTENTION: Risk of injury or equipment damage exists. Parameters 383 [SL CommLoss Data] 392 [NetLoss DPI Cnfg] let you determine the action of the drive if communications are disrupted.
You can set these parameters so the drive continues to run. Precautions should be taken to ensure the
settings of these parameters do not create hazards of injury or equipment damage.
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CE Conformity
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. PowerFlex Drives comply with the EN standards
listed below when installed according to the PowerFlex 700S Phase II
Control User and Reference Manual.
Declarations of Conformity are available online at:
http://www.rockwellautomation.com/products/certification/
Low Voltage Directive (73/23/EEC)
• EN50178 Electronic equipment for use in power installations.
EMC Directive (89/336/EEC)
• EN61800-3 Adjustable speed electrical power drive systems Part 3:
EMC product standard including specific test methods.
Essential Requirements for CE Compliance
Conditions 1-6 listed below must be satisfied for PowerFlex drives to meet
the requirements of EN61800-3.
1. Standard PowerFlex 700S CE compatible Drive.
2. Review important precautions/attentions statements throughout this
document before installing drive.
3. Grounding as described in the PowerFlex 700S Drives with Phase II
Control User Manual, publication 20D-UM006
4. Output power, control (I/O) and signal wiring must be braided, shield
cable with a coverage of 75% or better, metal conduit or equivalent
attenuation.
5. All shielded cables should terminate with proper shielded connector.
6. Conditions in Table A.
Table A PowerFlex 700S EN61800-3 EMC Compatibility(1)
Frame(s)
EMC Instructions
1-6
Second Environment
Restrict Motor Cable to 30 m (98 ft.)
Any Drive and Option
✔
First Environment Restricted Distribution
Restrict Motor Cable to 150 m (492 ft.)
Any Drive and Option
External Filter Required
✔
✔
(1) External filters for First Environment installations and increasing motor cable lengths in Second Environment
installations are available. Roxburgh models KMFA (RF3 for UL installations) and MIF or Schaffner FN3258
and FN258 models are recommended. Refer to http://www.deltron-emcon.com and http://www.mtecorp.com
(USA) or http://www.schaffner.com, respectively.
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General Notes
• If the adhesive label is removed from the top of the drive, 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.
• The motor cable should be kept as short as possible in order to avoid
electromagnetic emission as well as capacitive currents.
• Use of line filters in ungrounded systems is not recommended.
• PowerFlex drives may cause radio frequency interference if used in a
residential or domestic environment. The installer is required to take
measures to prevent interference, in addition to the essential
requirements for CE compliance provided in this section, if necessary.
• Conformity of the drive with CE EMC requirements does not guarantee
an entire machine or installation complies with CE EMC requirements.
Many factors can influence total machine/installation compliance.
• PowerFlex drives can generate conducted low frequency disturbances
(harmonic emissions) on the AC supply system.
• More information regarding harmonic emissions can be found in the
PowerFlex 700S Phase II Control - Reference Manual, publication
PFLEX-RM003.
• When operated on a public supply system, it is the responsibility of the
installer or user to ensure, by consultation with the distribution network
operator and Rockwell Automation, if necessary, that applicable
requirements have been met.
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Step 2
Mount the Drive
Minimum Mounting Clearances
Figure 1 Minimum Mounting Clearance Requirements
101.6mm
(4.0 in.)
No Adhesive Label
(see below)
101.6mm
(4.0 in.)
50.8mm (2.0 in.)
101.6mm
(4.0 in.)
50.8mm (2.0 in.)
101.6mm
(4.0 in.)
With Adhesive Label
(see below)
Operating Temperatures
PowerFlex 700S drives are designed to operate in a surrounding air
temperature range of 0° to 40° C. To operate the drive in installations with
surrounding air temperature between 41° and 50° C, remove the adhesive
label affixed to the top of the drive enclosure.
Important: Removing the adhesive label from the drive changes the NEMA
enclosure rating from Type 1 to Open type.
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Frame
Dimensions
1
2
3
4
5
6
Table B PowerFlex 700S Frames
AC Input
208
ND HP HD HP
0.75
0.37
1.5
0.75
2.2
1.5
4.0
2.2
5.5
4.0
–
–
–
–
7.5
5.5
–
–
11
7.5
15
11
–
–
18.5
15
22
18.5
30
22
30
30
–
–
–
–
45
37
55
45
66
55
–
–
–
–
–
–
240
ND HP
1.0
2.0
3.0
5.0
7.5
–
–
10
HD HP
0.75
1.5
2.0
3.0
5.0
–
–
7.5
15
20
–
25
30
40
50
–
–
60
75
100
–
–
–
10
15
–
20
25
30
40
–
–
50
60
75
–
–
–
380 . . . 400V
ND kW HD kW
0.75
0.55
1.5
0.75
2.2
1.5
4.0
2.2
5.5
4.0
7.5
5.5
11
7.5
15
11
18.5
15
22
18.5
30
22
37
30
45
37
–
–
55
45
55
45
–
–
–
–
90
75
110
90
132
110
–
–
–
–
–
–
480V
ND HP
1
2
3
5
7.5
10
15
20
25
30
40
50
60
–
75
100
–
–
125
150
200
–
–
–
HD HP
0.75
1.5
2
3
5
7.5
10
15
20
25
30
40
50
–
60
75
–
–
100
125
150
–
–
–
600V
ND HP
1
2
3
5
7.5
10
15
20
25
30
40
50
60
–
75
100
–
–
125
150
–
–
–
–
HD HP
0.5
1
2
3
5
7.5
10
15
20
25
30
40
50
–
60
75
–
–
100
125
–
–
–
–
690V
ND HP
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
HD HP
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
75
90
–
–
110
132
–
–
–
–
55
75
–
–
90
110
–
–
–
–
DC Input
540V
ND HP HD HP
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
55
45
55
45
55
45
55
45
90
75
90
75
110
90
110
90
132
110
132
110
650V
ND HP
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
75
75
100
100
125
125
150
150
200
200
HD HP
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
60
60
75
75
100
100
125
125
150
150
Figure 2 PowerFlex 700S Frame 1-3 (Frame 1 Shown)
AA
A
5.8
(0.23) dia.
B
15.0
(0.59)
D
C
5.5 (0.22)
E 312
(12.28)
8.0
(0.31)
Dimensions are in millimeters and (inches)
Frame (1)
Slim
A
Expanded
AA
1
2
3
135.0 (5.31)
222.0 (8.74)
222.0 (8.74)
166.9 (6.57)
253.9 (9.99)
253.9 (9.99)
B
336.0 (13.23)
342.5 (13.48)
517.5 (20.37)
C
200.0 (7.87)
200.0 (7.87)
200.0 (7.87)
Weight (2) kg (lbs.)
D
E
Drive
Drive & Packaging
105.0 (4.13) 320.0 (12.60) 7.03 (15.5) 9.98 (22)
192.0 (7.56) 320.0 (12.60) 12.52 (27.6) 15.20 (33.5)
192.0 (7.56) 500.0 (19.69) 18.55 (40.9) 22.68 (50)
(1) Refer to Table B for frame information.
(2) Weights include HIM, DriveLogix controller with ControlNet daughtercard, Hi-Resolution Encoder Option, and 20-COMM-C ControlNet adapter.
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Figure 3 PowerFlex 700S Bottom View Dimensions, Frame1-3
Frame 1
Frame 2
167.5 (6.59)
108.5 (4.27)
87.5 (3.44)
67.5 (2.66)
47.5 (1.87)
156.9 (6.18)
28.6 (1.13) Dia.
28.7 (1.13) Dia.
3 Places
22.4 (0.88) Dia.
2 Places
22.2 (0.87) Dia.
3 Places
25.5
(1.00)
184.8
(7.28)
162.3
(6.39)
187.6
(7.39)
157.5
(6.20)
185.1
(7.29)
150.9
(5.94)
133.3
(5.25)
112.1
(4.41)
43.0 (1.69)
39.3 (1.55)
70.0 (2.76)
75.9 (2.99)
96.0 (3.78)
57.2 (2.25)
72.7 (2.86)
106.0 (4.17)
139.4 (5.49)
177.4 (6.98)
Frame 3 - All Drives, except 50 HP, 480 V (37 kW, 400V)
22.2 (0.87) Dia.
105.3 (4.15)
94.7 (3.73)
Frame 3 - 50 HP, 480V (37 kW, 400V) Normal Duty
37.3 (1.47) Dia.
2 Places
28.7 (1.13) Dia.
2 Places
105.3 (4.15)
94.7 (3.73)
34.9 (1.37) Dia.
46.7 (1.84) Dia.
2 Places
2 Places
28.7 (1.13) Dia.
2 Places
184.5
(7.26)
165.1
(6.50)
160.1
(6.30)
151.1
(5.95)
127.7
(5.03)
184.5
(7.26)
165.1
(6.50)
160.1
(6.30)
127.7
(5.03)
Vent Plate
22.7 (0.89)
22.7 (0.89)
29.0 (1.14)
29.0 (1.14)
66.0 (2.60)
97.0 (3.82)
137.2 (5.40)
187.0 (7.36)
Dimensions are in millimeters and (inches)
66.0 (2.60)
130.0 (5.12)
186.0 (7.32)
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Figure 4 PowerFlex 700S Frame 4 Dimensions
AA
A
D
13.0 (0.55)
C
15.1 (0.59)
7.0 (0.27) 2 Places
312
(12.28)
S
B
E
8.0 (0.31)
3 Places
Lifting Holes
4 Places
8.0
(0.31)
28.7 (1.13) Dia.
2 Places
76.0 (2.99)
65.3 (2.57)
22.2 (0.87) Dia.
47.0 (1.85) Dia.
2 Places
54.1 (2.13) Dia.
2 Places
189.7
(7.47)
177.9
(7.00)
157.9
(6.21)
141.9
(5.59)
105.1
(4.14)
26.8 (1.06)
36.8 (1.45)
50.7 (2.00)
63.8 (2.51)
112.0 (4.41)
180.0 (7.09)
Dimensions are in millimeters and (inches)
Frame (1)
4
Slim
A (Max.)
220.0 (8.66)
Expanded
AA
251.9 (9.92)
B
758.8 (29.87)
C (Max.)
201.7 (7.94)
Weight (2) kg (lbs.)
D
E
Drive
Drive & Packaging
192.0 (7.56) 738.2 (29.06) 24.49 (54.0) 29.03 (64.0)
(1) Refer to the Table B table for frame information.
(2) Weights include HIM, DriveLogix controller with ControlNet daughtercard, Hi-Resolution Encoder Option, and 20-COMM-C ControlNet adapter.
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Figure 5 PowerFlex 700S Frame 5 Dimensions
6.5 (0.26)
AA
A
37.6
(1.48)
15.0 (0.59)
259.1 (10.20)
Detail
D
B
C
312
(12.28)
E
S
CAUTION
HOT surfaces can cause severe burns
Lifting Holes - 4 Places
12.7 (0.50) Dia.
6.5 (0.26)
12.5
(0.49)
Frame 5 - 75 HP, 480 V (55kW, 400V)
104.0 (4.09)
93.2 (3.67)
34.9 (1.37) Dia.
2 Places
Frame 5 - 100 HP, 480 V (55kW, 400V)
34.9 (1.37) Dia.
22.2 (0.87) Dia.
2 Places
42.6 (1.68)
31.9 (1.26)
22.2 (0.87) Dia.
2 Places
62.7 (2.47) Dia.
2 Places
Removable
Junction Box
62.7 (2.47) Dia.
2 Places
241.9
(9.52)
229.5
(9.04)
220.0
(8.66)
184.0
(7.24)
241.9
(9.52)
223.5
(8.80)
188.5
(7.42)
184.3
(7.26)
153.5
(6.04)
96.0
(3.78)
159.5
(6.28)
96.0
(3.78)
28.0 (1.10)
45.0 (1.77)
85.0 (3.35)
150.0 (5.91)
215.0 (8.46)
255.0 (10.04)
28.0 (1.10)
44.0 (1.73)
Dimensions are in millimeters and (inches)
Frame (1)
5
Slim
Expanded
A (Max.)
AA
B
C (Max.)
308.0 (12.16) 339.9 (13.38) 644.5 (25.37) (3) 275.4 (10.84)
D
225.0 (8.86)
66.4 (2.61)
128.0 (5.04)
232.3 (9.15)
Weight (2) kg (lbs.)
E
Drive
Drive & Packaging
625.0 (24.61) 37.19 (82.0) 42.18 (93.0)
(1) Refer to the Table B table for frame information.
(2) Weights include HIM, DriveLogix controller with ControlNet daughtercard, Hi-Resolution Encoder Option, and 20-COMM-C ControlNet adapter.
(3) When using the supplied junction box (100 HP drives Only), add an additional 45.1 mm (1.78 in.) to this dimension.
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Figure 6 PowerFlex 700S Frame 6 Dimensions
8.5 (0.33)
AA
A
49.6
(1.95)
18.0 (0.71)
360.6 (14.20)
Detail
D
C
312
(12.28)
B
E
126.3
(4.97)
Lifting Holes
4 Places
12.7 (0.50) Dia.
8.5 (0.33)
13.5 (0.53)
56.2 (2.21)
45.6 (1.80)
34.9 (1.37) Dia.
3 Places
62.7 (2.47) Dia.
3 Places
22.2 (0.87) Dia.
4 Places
Removable Junction Box
242.0
(9.53)
219.0
(8.62)
222.3
(8.75)
185.4
(7.30)
148.5
(5.85)
116.6
(4.59)
151.8
(5.98)
47.1 (1.85)
52.1 (2.05)
Dimensions are in millimeters and (inches)
Frame (1)
6
69.1 (2.72)
130.1 (5.12)
230.1 (9.06)
280.1 (11.03)
330.1 (13.00)
Approx. Weight (2) kg (lbs.)
Slim
Expanded
A (Max.)
AA
B
C (Max.)
D
E
Drive
Drive & Packaging
403.9 (15.90) 435.8 (17.16) 850.0 (33.46) 275.5 (10.85) 300.0 (11.81) 825.0 (32.48) 71.44 (157.5) (3)
91.85 (202.5)
(1) Refer to the Table B table for frame information.
(2) Weights include HIM and Standard I/O.
(3) Add an additional 3.6 kg (8.00 lbs.) for 200 HP drives.
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Step 3
Power Wiring
Wire Recommendations
Since most start-up difficulties are the result of incorrect wiring, take every
precaution to assure the wiring is correct. Read and understand all items in
this section before beginning installation.
!
ATTENTION: The following information is merely a guide for
proper installation. The Allen-Bradley Company 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.
Power Cable Types Acceptable for 200-600 Volt Installations
!
ATTENTION: National Codes and standards (NEC, VDE, BSI
etc.) and local codes outline provisions for safely installing
electrical equipment. Installation must comply with
specifications regarding wire types, conductor sizes, branch
circuit protection and disconnect devices. Failure to do so may
result in personal injury and/or equipment damage.
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 or equal to 15 mils (0.4mm/0.015 in.). Use tinned 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
Mils and should not have large variations in insulation concentricity.
Shielded/Armored Cable
Shielded cable contains all of the general benefits of multi-conductor cable
with the added benefit of a copper braided shield that can contain much of
the noise generated by a typical AC Drive. Strong consideration for shielded
cable should be given in installations with sensitive equipment such as
weigh scales, capacitive proximity switches and other devices that may be
affected by electrical noise in the distribution system. Applications with
large numbers of drives in a similar location, imposed EMC regulations or a
high degree of communications/networking are also good candidates for
shielded cable.
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Shielded cable may also help reduce shaft voltage and induced bearing
currents for some applications. In addition, the increased impedance of
shielded cable may help extend the distance the motor can be located from
the drive without the addition of motor protective devices such as terminator
networks. Refer to Reflected Wave in Wiring and Grounding Guidelines for
PWM AC Drives, publication DRIVES-IN001.
Consideration should be given to all of the general specifications dictated by
the environment of the installation, including temperature, flexibility,
moisture characteristics and chemical resistance. In addition, a braided
shield should be included and specified by the cable manufacturer as having
coverage of at least 75%. An additional foil shield can be greatly improve
noise containment.
A good example of recommended cable is Belden® 295xx (xx determines
gauge). This cable has 4 XLPE insulated conductors with a 100% coverage
foil and an 85% coverage copper braided shield (with drain wire)
surrounded by a PVC jacket.
Other types of shielded cable are available, but the selection of these types
may limit the allowable cable length. Particularly, some of the newer cables
twist 4 conductors of THHN wire and wrap them tightly with a foil shield.
This construction can greatly increase the cable charging current required
and reduce the overall drive performance. Unless specified in the individual
distance tables as tested with the drive, these cables are not recommended
and their performance against the lead length limits supplied is not known.
Table C Recommended Shielded Wire for Power Wiring
Location
Rating/Type
Description
Standard
(Option 1)
600V, 90°C (194°F)
XHHW2/RHW-2
Anixter
B209500-B209507,
Belden®
29501-29507, or
equivalent
Four tinned copper conductors with XLPE insulation.
Copper braid/aluminum foil combination shield and tinned
copper drain wire.
PVC jacket.
Standard
(Option 2)
Tray rated 600V, 90° C
(194° F) RHH/RHW-2
Anixter OLF-7xxxxx or
equivalent
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.
Class I & II; Tray rated 600V, 90° C
Division I & II (194° F) RHH/RHW-2
Anixter 7V-7xxxx-3G
or equivalent
Three bare copper conductors with XLPE insulation and
impervious corrugated continuously welded aluminum armor.
Black sunlight resistant PVC jacket overall.
Three copper grounds on #10 AWG and smaller.
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Figure 7 Power Terminal Block Location
Frame 1
Frame 3 & 4
Frame 2
➌
!
DANGER
Optional
Communications
Module
Use 75C Wire Only
#10-#14 AWG
Torque to 7 in-lbs
Optional
Communications
Module
BR1
PE B
BR2
DC+
PE A
V/T2
BR1 B
W/T3
R/L1
V/T2 W/T3
PE R/L1 S/L2 T/L3
WIRE
STRIP
BR1 BR2
75C Cu Wire
6 AWG [10MM2] Max.
AUX IN+ AUX OUT–
75C Cu Wire
3 AWG [25MM2] Max.
16 IN. LBS.
1.8 N-M } TORQUE
12 IN. LBS.
1.4 N-M } TORQUE
S/L2
➌
T/L3
SHLD
SHLD
AUX IN
+ –
POWER
U/T1
75C Cu Wire
6 AWG [10MM2] Max.
12 IN. LBS.
1.4 N-M } TORQUE
POWER
WIRE
STRIP
➌
PE
CONTROL
DC–
CONTROL
➊
BR1 BR2 DC+ DC- U/T1 V/T2 W/T3 R/L1 S/L2 T/L3
➊
PE
➋
SHLD
➊
➋
SHLD
/
PE
➋
Table D Power Terminal Block Specifications
No. Name
Frame
➊ Power Terminal Block 1
Description
Input power and motor connections
2
Input power and motor connections
3
Input power and motor connections
BR1, BR2
Wire Size Range(1)
Maximum
Minimum
0.5 mm2
4.0 mm2
(10 AWG)
(22 AWG)
10.0 mm2
0.8 mm2
(6 AWG)
(18 AWG)
2.5 mm2
25.0 mm2
(3 AWG)
(14 AWG)
10.0 mm2
0.8 mm2
(6 AWG)
(18 AWG)
10 mm2
35.0 mm2
(1/0 AWG)
(8 AWG)
Torque
Maximum
1.7 N-m
(15 lb.-in.)
1.7 N-m
(15 lb.-in.)
3.6 N-m
(32 lb.-in.)
1.7 N-m
(15 lb.-in.)
4.0 N-m
(24 lb.-in.)
Recommended
0.8 N-m
(7 lb.-in.)
1.4 N-m
(12 lb.-in.)
1.8 N-m
(16 lb.-in.)
1.4 N-m
(12 lb.-in.)
4.0 N-m
(24 lb.-in.)
Terminal
Bolt Size(2)
—
—
—
—
—
4
Input power and motor connections
➋ SHLD Terminal
1-4
Terminating point for wiring shields
—
—
1.6 N-m
(14 lb.-in.)
1.6 N-m
(14 lb.-in.)
—
➌ AUX Terminal Block
1-4
Auxiliary Control Voltage (3)
PS+, PS-
1.5 mm2
(16 AWG)
0.2 mm2
(24 AWG)
—
—
—
(1) Maximum/minimum sizes that the terminal block will accept - these are not recommendations.
(2) Apply counter torque to the nut on the other side of terminations when tightening or loosening the terminal bolt in order to avoid damage to the terminal.
(3) External control power: UL Installation - 300V DC, ±10%, Non UL Installation - 270-600V DC, ±10%. Frame 1-6, 100 W
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Figure 8 Power Terminal Block Location, Cont’d
Frame 5
Frame 6
Phase Selection
Jumper
Sin
gle
Th Phas
r
e
(deee-P
fau has
lt) e
➋
Line Type
Spare
WIRE RANGE: 22-10 AWG (0.5-4 MM2)
TORQUE: 5.3 IN-LB (0.6 N-M)
STRIP LENGTH: 0.35 IN (9 MM)
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INPUT AC
Fan Voltage
➌
➌
690 Volt Tap
600 Volt Tap
480 Volt Tap
400 Volt Tap
Frame Fan Voltage (120V or 240V)
5
6
100 VA
138 VA
BR2
BR1
DC+
DC–
T1
T2
T3
OUTPUT
L1
L2
L3
INPUT
➊
➍
Fan VA Rating - Common Bus Only
22-10
AWG
5.3 IN-LB
(0.6 N-M)
USE 75 C COPPER WIRE ONLY, TORQUE 52 IN-LB (6 N-M)
USE 75 C
COPPER WIRE
ONLY
TORQUE
52 IN-LB
(6 N-M)
➊
PS+
PS–
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OUTPUT
1
WIRE STRIP
17
Optional
Communications
Module
➍
300 VDC EXT PWR SPLY TERM (PS+, PS-)
POWER TERMINAL RATINGS
WIRE RANGE: 14-1/0 AWG (2.5-35 MM2)
TORQUE: 32 IN-LB (3.6 N-M)
STRIP LENGTH: 0.67 IN (17 MM)
USE 75 C CU WIRE ONLY
GROUND TERMINAL RATINGS (PE)
WIRE RANGE: 6-1/0 AWG (16-35 MM2)
TORQUE: 44 IN-LB (5 N-M)
STRIP LENGTH: 0.83 IN (21 MM)
➋
Spare
Optional
Communications
Module
1
Frame 5 & 6 utilize a transformer to match the input line voltage to the internal fan voltage. If you line voltage is different then the voltage class specified on the drive nameplate, it may be necessary to change the transformer taps. The
taps are shown in the inserts of frames 5 & 6.
Common Bus drives require user supplied 120V or 240V to power the cooling fans. Power source is connected between
“0V AC” and the terminal corresponding to your source voltage.
Table E Power Terminal Block Specifications
Wire Size Range(1)
No. Name
Frame
Description
Maximum
Minimum
2.5 mm2
R, S, T, BR1, BR2, DC+, DC-, U, V and 50.0 mm2
➊ Power Terminal Block 5
(1/0 AWG)
(14 AWG)
(75 HP)(3) W
50.0 mm2
4.0 mm2
PE
(1/0 AWG)
(12 AWG)
70.0 mm2
16.0 mm2
5
R, S, T, DC+, DC-, U, V and W
(3)
(2/0 AWG)
(6 AWG)
(100 HP)
2.5 mm2
50.0 mm2
BR1, BR2
(1/0 AWG)
(14 AWG)
50.0 mm2
4.0 mm2
PE
(1/0 AWG)
(12 AWG)
120.0 mm2 2.5 mm2
6
Input power and motor connections
(4/0 AWG)
(14 AWG)
Torque
Maximum
6 N-m
(52 lb.-in.)
6 N-m
(52 lb.-in.)
—
➋ SHLD Terminal
5-6
Terminating point for wiring shields
—
—
1.6 N-m
(14 lb.-in.)
1.6 N-m
(14 lb.-in.)
—
➌ AUX Terminal Block
5-6
5-6
4.0 mm2
(10 AWG)
4.0 mm2
(10 AWG)
0.5 mm2
(22 AWG)
0.5 mm2
(22 AWG)
0.6 N-m
(5.3 lb.-in.)
0.6 N-m
(5.3 lb.-in.)
0.6 N-m
(5.3 lb.-in.)
0.6 N-m
(5.3 lb.-in.)
—
➍ Fan Terminal Block
Auxiliary Control Voltage (5)
PS+, PSUser Supplied Fan Voltage
0V AC, 120V AC, 240V AC
(Common Bus Only)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
Terminal
Recommended Bolt Size(2)
—
—
See Note (4) See Note (4)
—
—
—
Maximum/minimum sizes that the terminal block will accept - these are not recommendations.
Apply counter torque to the nut on the other side of terminations when tightening or loosening the terminal bolt in order to avoid damage to the terminal.
Not all terminals present on all drives.
Refer to the terminal block label inside the drive.
External control power: UL Installation - 300V DC, ±10%, Non UL Installation - 270-600V DC, ±10%. Frame 1-6, 100 W
—
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Power & Ground Wiring
Figure 9 Power and Ground Wiring
R
(L1)
S
(L2)
T
(L3)
PE
U
(T1)
V
(T2)
W
(T3)
DC
+
DC
–
BR1
BR2
Required
Input Fusing
Required Branch
Circuit Disconnect
Important Common Bus (DC Input) Application Notes
1. If drives without internal precharge are used (Frames 5 & 6 only), then:
a) precharge capability must be provided in the system to guard against
possible damage, and
b) disconnect switches Must Not be used between the input of the drive
and a common DC bus without the use of an external precharge
device.
2. If drives with internal precharge (Frames 1-6) are used with a disconnect
switch to the common bus, then:
a) an auxiliary contact on the disconnect must be connected to a digital
input of the drive. The corresponding input (parameter 361-366) must
be set to option 30, “Precharge Enable.” This provides the proper
precharge interlock, guarding against possible damage to the drive
when connected to a common DC bus. The drive must have firmware
version 2.002 or above (Standard & Vector Control).
Power Terminal Block
Designations
Terminal
BR1
BR2
DC+
DC–
PE
U
V
W
R
S
T
Description
DC Brake (+)
DC Brake (–)
DC Bus (+)
DC Bus (–)
PE Ground
Motor Ground
U (T1)
V (T2)
W (T3)
R (L1)
S (L2)
T (L3)
Notes
Dynamic Brake Resistor Connection (+)
Dynamic Brake Resistor Connection (–)
DC Input Power or Dynamic Brake Chopper
DC Input Power or Dynamic Brake Chopper
Refer to Figure 9 on page 17 for location on Frame 3 drives
Refer to Figure 7 on page 15 for location on Frame 3 drives
To motor
To motor
To motor
AC Line Input Power
AC Line Input Power
AC Line Input Power
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Using PowerFlex 700S Drives
with Regen Power Units
If a Regenerative unit (i.e., 1336 REGEN) is used as a bus supply or a brake,
the common mode capacitors should be disconnected. Refer to the
PowerFlex 700S Drives with Phase II Control User Manual, publication
20D-UM006, for information on removing common mode capacitors.
Regenerative Unit to Drive Connections
Regenerative Brake Mode
Frame(s)
1-4
5&6
Terminals
1336 Regen
DC+ & DCDC+ & DC-
PowerFlex 700S
BR1 & DCDC+ & DC-
Regenerative Bus Supply Mode
Frame(s)
1-4
5&6
Terminals
1336 Regen
DC+ & DCDC+ & DC-
PowerFlex 700S
DC+ & DCDC+ & DC- of the Common Bus Drives
Refer to 1336 REGEN Line Regeneration Package User Manual,
publication 1336-REGEN-5.0, for more information.
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Step 4
Control Wiring
Wiring Recommendations
• Always use tinned 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).
• 4100CCF3 Flex I/O cable for use with DriveLogix is 3 ft. maximum
length.
Important: I/O terminals labeled “(–)” or “Common” are not referenced to
earth ground and are designed to greatly reduce common mode
interference. Grounding these terminals can cause signal noise.
!
ATTENTION: Hazard of personal injury or equipment damage
exists when using bipolar input sources. Noise and drift in sensitive
input circuits can cause unpredictable changes in motor speed and
direction. Use speed command parameters to help reduce input
source sensitivity.
Table F Recommended Control Wire
Type
Digital I/O
Wire Type(s)
Un-shielded Per US NEC or applicable
national or local code
Shielded
Multi-conductor shielded cable
such as Belden 8770(or equiv.)
Belden 8760/9460(or equiv.)
Description
–
Insulation
Rating
300V, 60o C
(140o F),
Minimum
0.750 mm2 (18AWG), 3
conductor, shielded.
Standard
0.750 mm2 (18AWG),
Analog I/O
twisted pair, 100% shield
with drain (5).
Remote Pot Belden 8770(or equiv.)
0.750 mm2 (18AWG), 3
cond., shielded
Encoder/
Combined: Belden 9730 (or equivalent) (1) 0.196 mm2 (24AWG),
Pulse I/O
individually shielded.
Less 30.5 m
(100 ft.)
300V,
Encoder/
Signal:
Belden 9730/9728 (or
0.196 mm2 (24AWG),
75-90 ºC
Pulse I/O
equivalent) (1)
individually shielded.
(167-194 ºF)
30.5 m (100
Belden 8790 (2)
0.750 mm2 (18AWG)
ft.) to 152.4 Power:
(3)
Combined:
Belden
9892
0.330 mm2 or 0.500 mm2
m (500 ft.)
(3)
Encoder/
Pulse I/O
152.4 m
(500 ft.) to
259.1 m
(850 ft.)
EMC
Compliance
Belden 9730/9728 (or
0.196 mm2 (24AWG),
equivalent) (1)
individually shielded.
Power:
Belden 8790 (2)
0.750 mm2 (18AWG)
Combined: Belden 9773/9774 (or
0.750 mm2 (18AWG),
equivalent) (4)
individually shielded pair.
Refer to EMC Instructions on page 5 for details.
Signal:
(1) Belden 9730 is 3 individually shielded pairs (2 channel plus power). If 3 channel is required, use Belden 9728
(or equivalent).
(2) Belden 8790 is 1 shielded pair.
(3) Belden 9892 is 3 individually shielded pairs (3 channel), 0.33 mm2 (22 AWG) plus 1 shielded pair 0.5 mm2 (20
AWG) for power.
(4) Belden 9773 is 3 individually shielded pairs (2 channel plus power). If 3 channel is required, use Belden 9774
(or equivalent).
(5) 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.
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DIP Switch Settings
Figure 10 Main Control Board Dip Switches
JUMPER P22
4
2
3
1
= HW Enable
S1
SWITCH S5
4
2
SIDE VIEW
3
1
= No HW Enable
FRONT
TOP VIEW
Up = Open = Off
1 2
Down = Closed = On
SWITCH S2
SIDE VIEW
Up = Open = Off
FRONT
TOP VIEW
1 2
Down = Closed = On
3 4
SWITCH S4
SIDE VIEW
SWITCH S3
SIDE VIEW
Up = Open = Off
FRONT
TOP VIEW
Up = Open = Off
FRONT
TOP VIEW
Down = Closed = On
1 2
1 2
Down = Closed = On
Table G Switch Settings
Function
Configuring Digital
Input 6 for Hardware
Enable (HW Enbl)
Analog Input 1
Analog Input 2
Digital Inputs 4-6
Voltage
Digital Input 1
Voltage
Digital Input 2
Voltage
Encoder Supply
Voltage
Encoder Signal A
Voltage
Encoder Signal B
Voltage
Encoder Signal Z
Voltage
Switch
P22
Jumper
Open
pin 2-4
HW Enbl
Closed
pin 1-3
No Enbl
Default
pin 2-4
HW Enbl
Notes
No Jmpr = HW Enbl
S5-2
S5-1
S4-1,2
Voltage
Voltage
115V AC
Current
Current
24V DC
Voltage
Voltage
24V DC
Change with Power Off
Change with Power Off
Change with Power Off
S3-1
24V DC
12V DC
24V DC
Change with Power Off
S3-2
24V DC
12V DC
24V DC
Change with Power Off
S2-4
12V DC
5V DC
12V DC
Change with Power Off
S2-1
12V DC
5V DC
12V DC
Set all switches the same
S2-2
12V DC
5V DC
12V DC
S2-3
12V DC
5V DC
12V DC
Function
DriveLogix
Processor
Switch
S1
Up
Prog
Center
Remote
Down
Run
Notes
Processor Mode
Please note there are two separate values for an encoder.
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I/O Terminal Blocks
Wiring the Main Control Board I/O Terminals
Terminal blocks TB1 and TB2 contain connection points for all inputs,
outputs and standard encoder connections. When installed, both terminal
blocks reside on the Main Control Board. These components are provided
with the drive but are not factory installed.
Make the terminal block wire connections.
Important: For NEMA 1 applications, all wiring must be routed through
the conduit plate on the drive. Route any wires from the
expanded cassette to the base cassette and out of the drive.
When wiring is complete, install the plug.
Table H Control & Encoder Terminal Block Specifications
Name
I/O Blocks
Frame Description
1-6
Signal & Encoder
power connections
Wires Size Range(1)
Maximum Minimum
1.5 mm2
.14 mm2
(16 AWG) (28 AWG)
Torque
Maximum
.25 N-m
(2.2 lb.-in.)
(1) Maximum/minimum sizes the terminal block will accept - these are not recommendations.
Main Control Board I/O Terminal Locations
TB1 Terminals
TB2 Terminals
Recommended
.22 N-m
(1.9 lb.-in.)
22
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
Terminal
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
Signal
Analog Input 1 Comm.
Analog Input 1 (+/-)
Shield
Analog Input 2 Comm.
Analog Input 2 (+/-)
Analog Input 3 [NTC-] Comm.
Analog Input 3 [NTC+]
Shield
Analog Output 1 (-)
Analog Output 1 (+)
Analog Output 2 (-)
Analog Output 2 (+)
+10V Reference
Reference Common
-10V Reference
Encoder A
Encoder A (Not)
Encoder B
Encoder B (Not)
Encoder Z
Encoder Z (Not)
Encoder Reference (+)
Encoder Reference (-)
Encoder Shield
Factory
Default
(Volt)
Description
Bipolar, differential input, +/-10V, 0-20 mA, 13 bit + sign
20k Ohm impedance at Volt; 500 Ohm impedance at mA
NA
(Volt)
Analog Input Shield
Bipolar, differential input, +/-10V, 0-20 mA, 13 bit + sign
20k Ohm impedance at Volt; 500 Ohm impedance at mA
(Volt)
Differential input, 0-10V, 10 bit (for motor control mode
FOC2, this is the temperature adaptation input).
NA
(Volt)
Analog Output Shield
Bipolar, differential output, +/-10V, 0-20 mA, 11 bit + sign
2k Ohm minimum load
Related
Parameter
Table I TB1 Terminals
(Volt)
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Rating: 20 mA maximum load (Recommend 5k Ohm pot)
Normal current draw per channel: 20 mA
12 or 5V DC power supply for primary encoder interface
Rating: 300 mA maximum
Connection point for encoder shield
1
2
Terminal
1
2
3
Signal
24V DC Common (-)
24V DC Source (+)
Digital Output 1
4
5
Digital Output 1/2 Com
Digital Output 2
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Relay Output 3 (NC)
Relay Output 3 Com
Relay Output 3 (NO)
Digital Input 1-3 Com
Digital Input 1
Digital Input 2
Digital Input 3
Digital Input 4-6 Com
Digital Input 4
Digital Input 5
Digital Input 6
Factory
Default
NA
NA
3
4
5
6
7
NA
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
NA
NA
NA
HW Enable
Description
Drive supplied 24V DC logic input power
Rating: 300 mA maximum load
24V DC Open Collector (sinking logic)
Rating: Internal Source = 150 mA max.
External Source = 750 mA
Common for Digital Output 1 & 2
24V DC Open Collector (sinking logic)
Rating: Internal Source = 150 mA max.
External Source = 750 mA
Relay contact output
Rating: 115V AC or 24V DC = 2 A max.
Inductive/Resistive
Common for Digital Inputs 1-3
High speed 12-24V DC sourcing Digital Input
Load:15 mA at 24V DC
Load:15 mA at 24V DC sourcing
Common for Digital Inputs 4-6
Load: 10 mA at 24V DC sinking/sourcing
Load: 7.5 mA at 115V AC
Related
Parameter
Table J TB2 Terminals
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I/O Wiring Examples
Input/Output
Digital Inputs used for
enable and precharge
control.
Table K TB2 Terminals — Digital Wiring Examples
Connection Example
Sourcing Digital Inputs - Internal Power Supply
1
2
Note:
24V DC Supply supports only on-board
digital inputs. Do not use
for circuits outside the
drive.
Note: The factory default
for all Digital Inputs is
24V. To use 115V on
Digital Inputs 4-6 see
Table I.
Note: Digital Inputs 1-3
are always 12V or 24V
DC.
Com
24V dc
3
4
9
5
10
6
Sourcing and Sinking Definitions
The digital inputs and digital outputs of the PowerFlex
700S AC drive support Sourcing or Sinking configuration.
Typically, digital inputs are sourcing devices and digital
outputs are sinking devices. The following definitions
apply throughout this section:
•
11
7
12
8
13
•
14
15
16
•
Sourcing Digital Outputs - Internal Power Supply
1
2
Com
24V dc
•
3
4
5
6
7
8
Sinking Digital Inputs - Internal Power Supply
1
2
Com
24V dc
3
4
9
5
10
6
11
7
12
8
13
14
15
16
Sinking Digital Output - Internal Power Supply
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Com
24V dc
Sourcing a Digital Input - The digital input common
(return) is connected to the power supply common.
Applying a positive voltage to the digital input will
cause it to activate (pull up).
Sinking a Digital Input - The digital input common
(return) is connected to the power supply positive
voltage. Applying 0V or common to the digital input
will cause it to activate (pull down).
Sinking a Digital Output - The digital output
common (return) is connected to the power supply
common. The device to be controlled by the digital
output is connect to the positive voltage and the
device common is connected to the digital output.
Sinking a Digital Output - The digital output
common (return) is connected to the power supply
positive voltage. The digital output is connect to the
device to be controlled and the device common is
connected to the power supply common.
Note:
Digital Inputs 1-3 can only be configured as sourcing
inputs. Digital Inputs 4-6 can be configured as sourcing or
sinking inputs.
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Input/Output
Digital Inputs
24V DC
Connection Example
Sourcing Digital Inputs - Internal Power Supply, 2-Wire Control Required Parameter Changes
Com
• Set Par 829 [Dig In5 Sel] to value 7 - “Run”.
1
• Par 153 [Control Options], bit 8 [3WireControl] will
24V dc
2
automatically be off (0) for 2-wire control.
3
• Set Par 168 [Normal Stop Mode] for the desired
9
stopping mode:
4
0 = Ramp Stop
10
5
1 = CurLim Stop
11
6
2 = Coast Stop
7
12
8
13
14
Digital Inputs
24V DC
15
Run
16
Enable
Sourcing Digital Inputs- Internal Power Supply, 3-Wire
1
Com
2
24V dc
3
4
9
5
10
6
11
7
12
8
13
14
Start
15
Stop
16
Enable
• Set Par 829 [Dig In5 Sel] to value 14 - “Normal Stop”.
• Set Par 828 [Dig In4 Sel] to value 5 - “Start”.
• Par 153 [Control Options], bit 8 [3WireControl] will
automatically be on (1) for 3-wire control.
• Set Par 168 [Normal Stop Mode] for the desired
stopping mode:
0 = Ramp Stop
1 = CurLim Stop
2 = Coast Stop
Table L TB1 Terminals— Analog Wiring Examples
Input/Output
0-10V Analog Input
Connection Example
0-10V Analog Input - Internal Source
13
1
14
2
15
3
16
4
17
5
18
6
19
7
20
8
21
9
10
11
12
0-10V Analog Input
22
23
24
0-10V Analog Input - Bi-Polar
1
13
2
14
3
15
4
16
5
17
6
18
7
19
8
20
9
21
10
22
11
23
12
24
Required Parameter Changes
25
Input/Output
0-10V Analog Input
Connection Example
0-10V Analog Input - External Source
Required Parameter Changes
1
-Signal or Source Common
2
+Signal
3
Shield / Common
-Signal or Source Common
4
5
+Signal
6
Shield / Common
-Signal or Source Common
7
8
+Signal
9
Shield / Common
10
11
12
Analog Output +/-10V DC
Used to drive analog
meters displaying speed
and current
0-10V Analog Output
Using Analog Out 1, -10V to + 10V to meter Motor
RPM and direction:
• Send the data to the Analog Output
Par 833 [Anlg Out1 Real] (the destination) linked to
Par 71 [Filtered SpdFdbk] (the source)
• Scale the Output to the source parameter
Par 835 [Anlg Out1 Scale] = 175 (Par 4 [Motor NP
RPM] = 1750 / 10V)
1
2
3
4
5
6
-
7
+
-
8
9
10
11
12
Primary Encoder - Internal Supply
Primary Encoder
Interface 13
Supports 12V DC
14
differential encoders with
Encoder
15
internal power supply.
16
A
5V DC differential
encoders require
external power supply
and special jumper
settings.
Used as primary closed
loop speed feedback
17
A-
18
B
19
B-
20
Z
21
Z-
22
+
23
-
24
Primary Encoder - External Supply
13
14
15
A
17
A-
18
B
19
B-
20
Z
21
Z-
22
+
23
-
24
Power +V
Common -V
Shield
Encoder
16
+
Using Analog Out 2, -10V to + 10V to meter Motor
Current:
• Send the data to the Analog Output
Par 840 [Anlg Out2 Real] (the destination) linked to
Par 308 [Output Current] (the source)
• Scale the Output to the source parameter
Par 822 [Anlg Out2 Scale] = xx (Par 2 [Motor NP
FLA] / 10 V Output)
Using Encoder 0 as speed feedback:
• Par 222 [Motor Fdkbk Sel] = 0 - “Encoder 0” (default)
• Par 232 [Encoder0 PPR] = Pulses/Rev for installed
encoder
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Step 5
Start-Up Check List
This section describes how you start-up the PowerFlex® 700S.
!
ATTENTION: Power must be applied to the drive to perform
the following start-up procedure. Some of the voltages present are
at incoming line potential. To avoid electric shock hazard or
damage to equipment, only qualified service personnel should
perform the following procedure. Thoroughly read and
understand the procedure before beginning. If an event does not
occur while performing this procedure, Do Not Proceed.
Remove Power including user supplied control voltages. User
supplied voltages may exist even when main AC power is not
applied to then drive. Correct the malfunction before continuing.
Important: If you have a DriveLogix™ application, you must first connect
the battery before starting this section.
Before Applying Power to the
Drive
❏ 1. Confirm that motor wires are connected to the correct terminals and are
secure.
T1 T2 T3
U V W PE
❏ 2. Confirm that encoder wires are connected to the correct terminals and
are secure.
❏ 3. Confirm that all control inputs are connected to the correct terminals and
are secure.
❏ 4. Verify that AC line power at the disconnect device is within the rated
value of the drive.
❏ 5. Verify that supply voltage is correct.
PWR
STS
V
L1
PORT
MOD
NET A
L2
L3
NET B
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The remainder of this procedure requires a Human Interface Module (HIM)
be installed. If an operator interface is not available, remote devices should
be used to start-up the drive.
➊
➋
➊
➋
➌
➌
Refer to Table M: "Drive Status Indicator Descriptions" on page 28 for an
explanation of the LEDs identified in these illustrations.
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The RUN LED and the controller LEDs are only operational when the drive
is energized. These LEDs are only visible when the drive door is open or
when viewed from the HIM or from an application program (e.g.,
DriveExplorer™) in parameter 554 [LED Status]. This feature is only
available with DriveLogix version 15.03 or later.
ATTENTION: The RUN LED and the controller LEDs are only operational when the drive is
energized, and are visible with the drive door open. Servicing energized equipment can be
hazardous. Severe injury or death can result from electrical shock, burn or unintended actuation of
controlled equipment. Follow Safety related practices of NFPA 70E, ELECTRICAL SAFETY FOR
EMPLOYEE WORKPLACES. DO NOT work alone on energized equipment!
!
RUN (Drive)
RUN (DriveLogix)
I/O (DriveLogix)
FORCE (DriveLogix)
COM (DriveLogix)
BAT (DriveLogix)
OK (DriveLogix)
Applying Power to the Drive
6. Apply AC power and control voltages to the drive. Examine the Power
(PWR) LED.
Table M Drive Status Indicator Descriptions
#
Color
State
Description
➊ PWR
Name
Green
Steady
Illuminates when power is applied to the drive.
➋ STS
Green
Flashing
Steady
Flashing
Drive ready, but not running & no faults are present.
Drive running, no faults are present.
When running, a type 2 (non-configurable) alarm condition exists, drive continues to
run. When stopped, a start inhibit exists and the drive cannot be started.
A type 1 (user configurable) alarm condition exists, but drive continues to run.
A fault has occurred.
A non-resettable fault has occurred.
The drive is in flash recovery mode. The only operation permitted is flash upgrade.
Power Structure
(Status)
Yellow
Red
Communications
Red /
Yellow
Control Assembly
DRIVE
(Power)
➌
PORT
MOD
NET A
NET B
Steady
Flashing
Steady
Flashing
Alternately
Status of DPI port internal communications (if present).
Status
of communications module (when installed).
Refer to the
Status of network (if connected).
Communication
Adapter User Manual Status of secondary network (if connected).
29
❏ 7. Examine the Status (STS) LED. Verify that it is flashing green. If it is not
in this state, check the following possible causes and take the necessary
corrective action.
Table N Common Causes of a Pre-Start Alarm
Examine Parameter 156 [Run Inhibit Status]
bit Description
1
No power is present at the Enable Terminal TB2 - T16
2, 3, 4 A stop command is being issued
5
Power loss event is in progress, indicating a loss of the AC input voltage
6
Data supplied by the power structure EEprom is invalid or corrupt.
7
8
9
10
11
Digital Configuration
12
Flash Update in Progress
Drive is expecting a Start Edge and is receiving a continuous signal.
Drive is expecting a Jog Edge and is receiving a continuous signal.
A conflict exists between the Encoder PPR programming (Par 232 or
242) and the encoder configuration for edge counts (Par 233 or 243,
bits 4 & 5).
The drive cannot precharge because a precharge input is programmed
and no signal is present.
Start input configured but stop not configured
Run input configured but control options do not match
Start input configured but control options do not match
Multiple inputs configured as Start or Run
14
Multiple inputs configured as Jog1
Multiple inputs configured as Jog2
Multiple inputs configured as Fwd/Rev
Invalid Feedback Device for Permanent Magnet Motor Control
Action
Apply the enable
Close all stop inputs
Restore AC power
Cycle power (wait five (5) minutes before re-applying power to
the drive). If problem persists, replace the power structure.
Complete Flash Procedures
Open all start buttons and remove all start commands
Open all jog buttons and remove all jog commands
Verify encoder data and reprogram
Reprogram the input or close the precharge control contact.
Program Par 838-840 to include a stop button, rewire the drive
Program Par 153, Bit 8 to “0” (2 wire control)
Program Par 153, Bit 8 to “1” (3 wire control)
Reprogram Par 838-840 so multiple starts, multiple runs or
any combination do not exist
Reprogram Par 838-840 so only (1) is set to Jog1
Reprogram Par 838-840 so only (1) is set to Jog2
Reprogram Par 838-840 so only (1) is set to Fwd/Rev
Set Par 222 to Value 5 (FB Opt Port0)
Table O Common Start-Up Faults
Fault
Encoder Loss
Motor Overload
Description
One of the following has occurred on an encoder:
• missing encoder (broken wire)
• quadrature error
• phase loss
A motor overload is pending.
Motor Poles Fault The poles of the motor do not match its rating.
Action
Reconnect encoder or replace encoder.
Enter correct motor nameplate full load amps. Par 2 [Motor
NP FLA] or reduce excess load.
Enter correct motor nameplate RPM. Par 4 [Motor NP RPM]
• If any digital input is configured to Stop - CF (CF=Clear Faults) verify
the signal is present or the drive will not start. Refer to Chapter 4 Troubleshooting in the PowerFlex® 700S Drives with Phase II Control
User Manual, publication 20D-UM006, for a list of potential digital
input conflicts.
• If a fault code appears, Refer to Chapter 4 - Troubleshooting in the
PowerFlex® 700S Drives with Phase II Control User Manual,
publication 20D-UM006, for a list of fault codes, descriptions and
actions.
The STS LED should be flashing green at this point.
❏ 8. Proceed to Step 6 - Program the Drive - Start-Up (on the following
page).
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Step 6
Assisted Start
Program the Drive – Start-Up
This routine prompts you for information that is needed to start-up a drive
for most applications, such as line and motor data, commonly adjusted
parameters and I/O.
This start-up routine requires a HIM. If the drive is configured for 2-wire
control, the HIM installed on the drive will also act as a 2-wire device. In
2-wire mode, the drive will start when the HIM “Start” is pressed and stop
when the HIM “Start” is released. The recommended mode of use for a
Start-Up Routine is 3-wire control, Parameter 153 [Control Options], Bit 8
set to “1”.
Important: When using Start-Up Assistant, always exit the Assistant
before cycling power on the drive.
The assisted start-up routine asks simple yes or no questions and prompts
you to input required information. Access Assisted Start-Up by selecting
“Start-Up” from the Main Menu.
1. To exit the User Display screen Press Esc.
F
Stopped
Esc
1. In the Main Menu, use the Down Arrow to scroll to
“Start Up”.
2. Press Enter.
TIP: Throughout the Start-Up Routine
many screens have more selections than
shown. Use the arrow keys to scroll
through all the menu options.
1. Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the
Start-Up.
0.0
0.0
F
0.0
Auto
RPM
DC Bus V
Output C
Stopped
0.0
Auto
RPM
Main Menu:
0.0
Diagnostics
Parameter
Device Select
PowerFlex 700S
Start-Up
The Start-Up
routine sets up
0.0 for
the drive
Diagnostics
basic operation.
Push Enter.
TIP: If using a HIM the following functions are not available.
• Alt-Man
• Alt-Lang
• Alt-SMART
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PowerFlex 700S
Start-Up
Esc
Down 1 level or Select
Back 1 level or 1 selection
Scroll all choices
Feedback
Configuration
Power Circuit Test
Direction Test
Diagnostic Check for
Drive Power Circuit
Verify Direction
Speed Limits
Speed Control
Start / Stop / I/O
Select Direction
Control
Set FWD, REV and
ABS Speed Limits
Select Sources For All
Speed References
Configure:
Digital Inputs, Digital
Outputs, Analog
Inputs, Analog Outputs
Motor Control
Motor Data
Select Motor Control
Mode
Select DB Resistor
Enter Motor NP Data
Power & Units
FLA
Volts
Hertz
RPM
Poles
Setup / Select
Encoder
Resolver
Hi-Res Encoder
Linear Sensor
Motor Tests
Inertia Measure
Field Oriented
Control: Measure
Stator Resistance,
Leakage Inductance,
Magnetizing Inductance,
Slip Frequency
Measure System
Inertia
PMag Motor: Encoder
Offset, Stator
Resistance, Stator
Inductance, Back EMF
Done /
Exit
32
Parameter Files & Groups
P
Posit
io
roces
Torqu
s Co
ntrol
Spee
e Co
ntrol
d Co
Dyna
ntrol
mic C
Moto
ontro
r Con
l
trol
Monit
or
Speed Control
Reference
Regulator
Setpoint Monitor
1
2
3
4
5
6
10
tputs
Func
tions
n Co
Position Control
Position Config
Interp/Direct
Point to Point
Sync Generator
Motion
Utility
Drive Memory
Diagnostics
Fault/Alm Config
Test Points
Peak Detection
Trending
Inputs & Outputs
Analog Inputs
Analog Outputs
Digital Inputs
Digital Outputs
BitSwap Control
Communication
Masks & Owners
DPI Data Links
DriveLogix I/O
SynchLink Config
SynchLink Input
SynchLink Output
Speed/Posit Fdbk
Feedback Config
Encoder Port 0/1
Calculated Fdbk
Feedback Opt 0/1
User Functions
Param & Config
Select Switches
Math & Logic
Footnote definitions are found on page 35.
Name
Description (2)
Motor NP Volts
Values (3)
Units:
Default:
Min/Max:
Data Type
Frequently Used Parameters
No.(1)
Process Control
Regulator
Limit Generator
ion
User
& Ou
Read-Write
Motor Control
Motor Data
Monitoring
Drive Config
Tuning
Autotune Results
Torque Control
Torque
Current
Dynamic Control
Configuration
Overload
Stop/Brake Modes
Power Loss
d/Po
sit Fd
bk
ntrol
munic
t
Linkable
Monitor
Metering
Control Status
Drive Data
Spee
Utility
Inputs
Com
Volt
Calculated
75/705
RW 16-bit
Integer
Units:
Motor NP FLA
Set to the motor nameplate rated full load amps. Range limited by three-second inverter Default:
rating.
Min/Max:
Amps
Calculated
Calculated/Calculated
RW Real
Motor NP Hertz
Units:
Default:
Min/Max:
Hz
Calculated
2.0000/500.0000
RW Real
Motor NP RPM
Units:
Default:
Min/Max:
RPM
Calculated
1/30000
RW 16-bit
Integer
Motor NP Power
Units:
Default:
Min/Max:
Hp
Calculated
0.2500/3500.0000
RW Real
The power units shown on the motor nameplate.
Mtr NP Pwr Units
Default:
Options:
0
0
1
Speed Ref 1
Default:
Min/Max:
0.0000
-/+2200000000.0000
Set to the motor nameplate rated volts.
Set to the motor nameplate rated frequency.
Set to the motor nameplate rated RPM.
Set to the motor nameplate rated power.
Sets the speed reference that the drive should use when selected by Parameter 16
[Speed Ref Sel]. A value of 1.0 represents base speed of the motor.
Hp
Hp
W
✓ RW Real
27
30
31
Values (3)
Default:
Speed Ref A Sel
Selects the speed reference source for the drive. The selected speed ref values converge Options:
in the final selection of the drives speed reference with Par 152 [Applied LogicCmd] and
are selected with bits 28,29,30.
See the Block Diagrams in Appendix B of the PowerFlex 700S with Phase II Control User
Manual, publication 20D-UM006, for a description.
Min Spd Ref Lim
Sets the minimum speed reference limit. This value may be negative or positive but not
greater than Par 31 [Max Spd Ref Lim].
Max Spd Ref Lim
Sets the maximum speed reference limit. This value may be negative or positive but not
less than Par 30 [Min Spd Ref Lim].
1
“Spd Ref 1”
0
“Zero Speed”
9
“Speed Ref 1”
10
1
2
“Speed Ref 2”
11
3
“Sum SRef 1+2”
12
4
“Reserved”
13
5
“Preset Spd 1”
14
6
“Preset Spd 2”
15
7
“Preset Spd 3
16
8
“Preset Spd 4”
RPM
0.00
-8.00/Par 31 [Max Spd Ref Lim]
Par 4 [Motor NP RPM] = 1.0pu
RPM
0.00
Par 30 [Min Spd Ref Lim]/8.00
Par 4 [Motor NP RPM] = 1.0pu
Sec
10.00
0.010/6553.50
Linkable Read-Write Real
Sec
10.00
0.010/6553.50
Sec
0.5
0.0/4.0
Units:
Default:
Min/Max:
Scale:
Units:
Default:
Min/Max:
Scale:
Units:
Default:
Min/Max:
Type:
Units:
Default:
Min/Max:
Units:
Default:
Min/Max:
Data Type
Name
Description (2)
Read-Write
No.(1)
Linkable
33
“Preset Spd 5”
“Preset Spd 6”
“Preset Spd 7”
“DPI Port 1”
“DPI Port 2”
“DPI Port 3”
“Reserved”
“DPI Port 5”
RO Real
RO Real
32
Accel Time 1
33
Decel Time 1
34
S Curve Time
75
Rev Speed Lim
Units:
Sets a limit on the speed reference in the negative direction. This value can be entered as Default:
a negative value or zero.
Min/Max:
RPM
-1.25
-8.00/0.00
RO 32-bit
Integer
76
Units:
Fwd Speed Lim
Sets a limit on the speed reference in the positive direction. This value can be entered as Default:
a positive value or zero.
Min/Max:
RPM
1.25
0.00/8.00
RO Real
90
Spd Reg BW
R/S
10.0000
0.0000/500.0000
x1
Sets the rate of deceleration for all speed decreases, with time in seconds to base speed.
Decel Rate = Par 4 [Motor NP RPM] / Par 33 [Decel Time]
Sets the S time (Round In and Round Out) in seconds. Half of the time specified is added
to the beginning and half to the end of the applied ramp. The S time is independent of
speed and results in a trapezoidal torque profile.
Units:
Sets the bandwidth of the speed regulator in rad/sec. Bandwidth is also referred to as the Default:
crossover frequency. Small signal time response is approximately 1/BW and is the time to Min/Max:
reach 63% of set point. A change to this parameter will cause an automatic update of
Comm Scale:
Parameters 81 [Spd Reg P Gain] and 82 [Spd Reg I Gain]. To disable the automatic gain
calculation, set this parameter to a value of zero.
800
✓ RW Real
✓ RW Real
✓ RW Real
Control Options
Sys Inrt En
Slip Test En
PM Offset En
Pwr Diag En
Trq Trim En
MC Atune En
Time Axis En
PITrim EnOut
Reserved
Inrt TrqLPEn
Motor OL Ret
Slip Comp
SpdRegPreset
Aux Pwr Sply
Auto Tach Sw
Reserved DM
Reserved DM
OL ClsLpDsbl
Jog -NoInteg
Iq Delay
Motor Dir
Reserved
3WireControl
Trq DsblZSpd
Trq StopRamp
Jog - NoRamp
Jog in Trq
Flying Start
SErrFilt1Stg
SRef LdLg En
Bipolar SRef
Set bits to configure the options for operating the drive.
Default
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
Bit
31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Options
222
RO
Reserved
153
Sets the rate of acceleration for all speed increases, with time in seconds to base speed.
Accel Rate = Par 4 [Motor NP RPM] / Par 32 [Accel Time]
Mtr Fdbk Sel Pri
Enter a value to select the primary motor speed feedback device.
Default:
Options:
Anlg In1 Data
Default:
Min/Max:
Displays the scaled final value for Analog Input 1.
0
“Encoder 0”
0
“Encoder 0”
1
“Encoder 1”
2
“Sensorless”
3
“Motor Fdbk”
0.0000
-/+2200000000.0000
0 = False
1 = True
4 “Motor Sim”
5 “FB Opt Port0In”
6 “FB Opt Port1”
RO Real
801
Values (3)
Units:
Anlg In1 Value
Displays the actual input value at Analog Input 1. Analog Input 1 may be configured for Default:
voltage or current input signal. For proper selection of the input signal, the DIP switch and Min/Max:
Par 821 [Analog I/O Units] must be set to match.
V/mA
0V/4 mA
-/+20.0000
Data Type
Name
Description (2)
Read-Write
No.(1)
Linkable
34
RO Real
Type of Input: Configurable, Voltage or Current
802
803
806
807
Polarity:
Bi-Polar
Resolution:
14 bit (-8191 to +8191)
DIP Switch
Analog I/O Units
AI 1 Voltage
S5-2 = Open
Par 821 Bit 0 = 0 (False)
AI 1 Current
S5-2 = Closed
Par 821 Bit 0 = 1 (True)
Units:
Anlg In1 Scale
Scales the range of Analog Input 1 to the range of Par 800 [Anlg In1 Data]. Par 801 [Anlg Default:
In1 Value] is multiplied by this number to produce the input to the lead lag filter function. Min/Max:
Par 802 = 1, Par 800 [Anlg In1 Data] = 10 when 10V is applied.
Units:
Anlg In1 Offset
Applies an offset to Analog Input 1. Use the offset to correct for zero signal errors or to Default:
create an offset to the actual input. The output of the A/D converter is summed with this Min/Max:
parameter to produce Par 801 [Anlg In1 Value].
Default:
Anlg In2 Data
Displays the scaled final value for Analog Input 2.
Min/Max:
Units:
Anlg In2 Value
Displays the actual input value at Analog Input 2. Analog Input 2 may be configured for Default:
voltage or current input signal. For proper selection of the input signal, the DIP switch and Min/Max:
Par 821 [Analog I/O Units] must be set to match.
/1v
0.0000
-/+2200000000.0000
✓ RW Real
Volt
0.0000
-/+20.0000
✓ RW Real
0.0000
-/+2200000000.0000
V/mA
0V/4 mA
-/+20.0000
RO Real
RO Real
Type of Input: Configurable, Voltage or Current
808
825
Polarity:
Bi-Polar
Resolution:
14 bit (-8191 to +8191)
DIP Switch
Analog I/O Units
AI 2 Voltage
S5-1 = Open
Par 821 Bit 1 = 0 (False)
AI 2 Current
S5-1 = Closed
Par 821 Bit 1 = 1 (True)
Units:
Anlg In2 Scale
Scales the range of Analog Input 1 to the range of Par 806 [Anlg In2 Data]. Par 807 [Anlg Default:
In2 Value] is multiplied by this number to produce the input to the lead lag filter function. Min/Max:
Default:
Dig In1 Sel
Enter a value to select the function of digital input 1.
Options:
Note: For all Stop Function: Low = Stop, High = ok to Run, In "Norm Stop-CF" Low =
Normal Stop and Clear Fault
/1v
0.0000
-/+2200000000.0000
“Reserved”
0=
“Reserved”
0=
“Enable”
1=
“Clear Faults”
2=
“Ext Fault”
3=
“Norm Stop-CF”
4=
“Start”
5=
“Reverse”
6=
“Run”
7=
“Reserved”
8=
“Reserved”
9=
10 = “Jog 1”
11 = “Reserved”
12 = “Reserved”
13 = “Jog 2”
14 = “Normal Stop”
15 = “Spd Ref Sel0”
16 = “Spd Ref Sel1”
17 = “Spd Ref Sel2”
18 = “CurLim Stop”
19 = “Coast Stop”
✓ RW Real
20 = “Accel Decel2”
21 = “Indx Step”
22 = “Indx StepRev”
23 = “MOP Inc”
24 = “MOP Dec”
25 = “MOP Reset”
26 = “PI Trim En”
27 = “PI Trim Hold”
28 = “PI Trim Rst”
29 = “Trend Trig”
30 = “PreCharge En”
31 = “Regis 1 Ltch”
32 = “+Hrd OvrTrvl”
33 = “-Hrd OvrTrvl”
34 = “UserGen Sel0”
35 = “UserGen Sel1”
36 = “UserGen Sel2”
37 = “UserGen Sel3”
38 = “ExtFault Inv”
39 = “Home Switch”
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Dig In2 Sel
Enter a value to select the function of digital input 2.
Note:
Values (3)
Default:
Options:
For all Stop Function: Low = Stop, High = ok to Run, In "Norm Stop-CF" Low =
Normal Stop and Clear Fault
827
Dig In3 Sel
828
Dig In4 Sel
829
Dig In5 Sel
830
Dig In6 Sel
Enter a value to select the function of digital input 3.
Enter a value to select the function of digital input 4.
Enter a value to select the function of digital input 5.
Enter a value to select the function of digital input 6.
Note:
If used for HW Enable, digital input 6 is not available.
Note:
For all Stop Function: Low = Stop, High = ok to Run, In "Norm Stop-CF" Low =
Normal Stop and Clear Fault
Default:
Options:
0=
0=
1=
2=
3=
4=
5=
6=
7=
8=
9=
10 =
11 =
12 =
13 =
14 =
15 =
16 =
17 =
18 =
19 =
0=
0=
1=
2=
3=
4=
5=
6=
7=
8=
9=
10 =
11 =
12 =
13 =
14 =
15 =
16 =
17 =
18 =
19 =
“Reserved”
“Reserved”
“Enable”
“Clear Faults”
“Ext Fault”
“Norm Stop-CF”
“Start”
“Reverse”
“Run”
“Reserved”
“Reserved”
“Jog 1”
“Reserved”
“Reserved”
“Jog 2”
“Normal Stop”
“Spd Ref Sel0”
“Spd Ref Sel1”
“Spd Ref Sel2”
“CurLim Stop”
“Coast Stop”
“Reserved”
“Reserved”
“Enable”(1)
“Clear Faults”
“Ext Fault”
“Norm Stop-CF”
“Start”
“Reverse”
“Run”
“Reserved”
“Reserved”
“Jog 1”
“Reserved”
“Reserved”
“Jog 2”
“Normal Stop”
“Spd Ref Sel0”
“Spd Ref Sel1”
“Spd Ref Sel2”
“CurLim Stop”
“Coast Stop”
(1) No. - Parameter Number
- Parameter value cannot be changed until the drive is stopped.
(2) Name - Parameter name as it appears in DriveExecutive software.
Description - Brief description of parameter function.
(3) Values - Define the various operating characteristics of the parameter. There are 3 types of Values: ENUM, Bit and Numeric.
Data Type
Name
Description (2)
Read-Write
No.(1)
Linkable
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20 = “Accel Decel2”
21 = “Indx Step”
22 = “Indx StepRev”
23 = “MOP Inc”
24 = “MOP Dec”
25 = “MOP Reset”
26 = “PI Trim En”
27 = “PI Trim Hold”
28 = “PI Trim Rst”
29 = “Trend Trig”
30 = “PreCharge En”
31 = “Regis 2 Ltch”
32 = “+Hrd OvrTrvl”
33 = “-Hrd OvrTrvl”
34 = “UserGen Sel0”
35 = “UserGen Sel1”
36 = “UserGen Sel2”
37 = “UserGen Sel3”
38 = “ExtFault Inv”
39 = “Home Switch”
20 = “Accel Decel2”
21 = “Indx Step”
22 = “Indx StepRev”
23 = “MOP Inc”
24 = “MOP Dec”
25 = “MOP Reset”
26 = “PI Trim En”
27 = “PI Trim Hold”
28 = “PI Trim Rst”
29 = “Trend Trig”
30 = “PreCharge En”
31 = “Reserved”
32 = “+Hrd OvrTrvl”
33 = “-Hrd OvrTrvl”
34 = “UserGen Sel0”
35 = “UserGen Sel1”
36 = “UserGen Sel2”
37 = “UserGen Sel3”
38 = “ExtFault Inv”
39 = “Home Switch”
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ATEX Approved PowerFlex 700S Phase II Drives in Group II Category (2) Applications with ATEX Approved
Motors
General
This section provides information on the operation of an ATEX Approved
drive and ATEX approved motor. The motor is located in a defined
hazardous environment, while the drive is not. A protective system is
required to stop current flow to the motor when an over temperature
condition has been sensed in the motor. When sensed, the drive will go into
a stop condition. To restart the drive, the over temperature condition must be
resolved, followed by a valid start command to the drive. The PowerFlex
700S Phase II drive must have the DriveGuard® Safe-Off with Second
Encoder option board installed for ATEX applications. Consult the
DriveGuard® Safe-Off Option for PowerFlex® 700S Phase II AC Drives
User Manual, publication 20D-UM007, for installation instructions if
necessary.
The drive is manufactured under the guidelines of the ATEX directive 94/9/
EC. These Drives are in Group II Category (2) Applications with ATEX
Approved Motors. Certification of the drive for the ATEX group and
category on its nameplate requires installation, operation, and maintenance
according to this document and to the requirements found in the User
Manual and appropriate Motor Instruction Manual(s).
!
Motor Requirements
ATTENTION: Operation of this ATEX certified drive with an
ATEX certified motor that is located in a hazardous environment
requires additional installation, operation, and maintenance
procedures beyond those stated in the standard user manual.
Equipment damage and/or personal injury may result if all
additional instructions in this document are not observed.
• The motor must be manufactured under the guidelines of the ATEX
directive 94/9/EC. It must be installed, operated, and maintained per the
motor manufacturer supplied instructions.
• Only motors with nameplates marked for use on an inverter power
source, and labeled for specific hazardous areas, may be used in
hazardous areas on inverter (variable frequency) power.
• When the motor is indicated for ATEX Group II Category 2 for use in
gas environments (Category 2G) the motor must be of flameproof
construction, EEx d (according to EN50018) or Ex d (according to
EN60079-1 or IEC60079-1). Group II motors are marked with a
temperature or a temperature code.
• When the motor is indicated for ATEX Group II Category 2 for use in
dust environments (Category 2D) the motor must be protected by an
enclosure (according to EN50281-1-1 or according to
IEC61241-1: Ex tD). Group II motors are marked with a temperature.
• The motor over temperature signal supplied to the drive must be a
normally closed contact (open during over temperature condition)
compatible with the digital (logic) input circuitry of the drive. If multiple
sensors are required in the motor, the connection at the drive must be the
resultant of all required contacts wired in series.
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• Refer to all product markings for additional cautions that may apply.
• Typical motor markings are contained on a motor certification nameplate
similar to the sample below.
FLAMEPROOF Exd ENCLOSURE
EExd I/IIB
Tamb
C to
II 2 G/D
I M2
C
0518
Sira
ATEX
MFG. BY ROCKWELL AUTOMATION
Drive Wiring
Important: ATEX certification of this drive requires that two separate
inputs be configured to monitor a normally closed, over
temperature contact (or multiple contacts wired in series)
presented to the drive from the motor.
The first input must energize “Digital Input 6/Hardware Enable” on the
drive control board (TB2, terminal 16). The second input must energize the
relay coil on the DriveGuard Safe-Off with Second Encoder option board
(terminals 1 & 2 on the board). This option board must be installed in the
drive for ATEX applications. It is offered with a 24V DC coil only. Both
input signals are wired with respect to the drive's digital input common
when using a control board with 24V I/O. Refer to the drive User Manual
regarding setup for either internal or external 24V logic power. Motor
supplied contacts must have ratings compatible with the input circuit ratings
and applied voltage level of the drive.
Safe-Off Terminal Descriptions
No.
1
2
3
4
1 2 3 4 5 6
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
Signal
+24V DC
24V Common
Monitor - N.C.
Common - N.C.
Description
Connections for power to energize coil.
33.3 mA typical, 55 mA maximum.
Normally closed contacts for monitoring
relay status.
Maximum Resistive Load:
250V AC / 30V DC / 50 VA / 60 Watts
Maximum Inductive Load:
250V AC / 30V DC / 25 VA / 30 Watts
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Wiring Example
AC Line
Input Power
PowerFlex 700S
Phase II AC Drive
1 24V DC Common
2 +24V DC
Gate Control
Power Supply
Safe Off Option
3
Motor
Over Temperature
Sensor(s)
4
1
2
Gate Control
Circuit
13
16
Digital In 4-6 Com.
Digital In 6 (Enable)
M
Drive Hardware Configuration
Digital Input 6 must be configured as a Hardware Enable. Ensure that
Jumper P22 on the Main Control Board is set to HW Enable (Pins 2 and 4).
Jumper P22
4
2
4
2
3
1
3
1
= HW Enable
= No HW Enable
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Verify Operation
At regular intervals during the life of the machine check the protective
system for proper operation. Both channels shall be verified using the table
below. How frequently the protective system is checked is dependent on the
safety analysis of the machine section controlled by the drive.
Protective System Status
Safe-Off Option
Terminals 1 & 2
PowerFlex 700S Phase II
Enable Input
Safe-Off Option
Monitor Contact
Terminals 3 & 4
PowerFlex 700S Phase II
Drive Inhibits
Param. 156, Bits 1 & 16
Drive In
Drive In
Drive In
Safe State
Safe State
Safe State
Channel Operation
No Power
Power Applied
No Power
Applied
Applied
No Power
No Power
Power Applied
Applied
Applied
Description For Verification
Open
Closed
Closed
Bit 16 = 1
Bit 1 = 1
Bit 16 = 0
Bit 1 = 1
Bit 16 = 1
Bit 1 = 0
Drive Able
To Run
Power Applied
Power Applied
Open
Bit 16 = 0
Bit 1 = 0
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DriveLogix™ Recommended Programming Techniques
1. Tag naming:
a) Use a convention when naming tags and consistently follow the
convention set.
b) Add descriptions for each tag when creating the tag.
c) Example convention (used at Allen-Bradley):
i. <prefix>_<function>_<suffix>
ii. prefix - use to identify the machine section in multi-section
programs.
1) Sct1 = Section 1, or Fan2 = Fan 2, or RewA = Rewind A
iii. function - use to describe the function or signal of the tag.
iv. suffix - use to identify the units of the signal or control status.
1) Rpm = Rotations per Minute, or Ok = status OK, or Off =
contact Off
v. Example: Sct2_SpdRef_Fpm, Fan5_FaultState_OK
2. Use Aliasing for all Static Assembly connections with DriveLogix and
the PowerFlex 700S
a) Improves program portability over processors and through upgrades
to DriveLogix, PowerFlex 700S, and RSLogix 5000 firmware.
b) Allows real names to be applied to the User Defined tags of the static
assembly.
c) Allows new functions of DriveLogix and the PowerFlex 700S to be
clearly named in the program even if RSLogix 5000 has not been
updated.
d) Allows long tag names in RSLogix 5000 to be shortened for easier
program viewing.
e) Allows tags to be named using the above naming convention to
identify machine section association.
f) Apply aliases to all external connections including the PowerFlex
700S static assembly and I/O. All defined bits should be included.
3. Use "Periodic Tasks" to optimize processor utilization.
a) Name periodic tasks to identify the update time.
i. Ex. Periodic_020ms_P9 = 20ms task with priority 9
b) Set the periodic task time appropriate programming requirements.
Note: the faster the task time (function execution) the more processor
bandwidth used.
c) Set the priority of each task to coincide with the task speed. Set faster
tasks to higher priority (lower number = higher priority, i.e, 9 is a
higher priority than 10)
d) Do not set the priority number lower than 8 (recommended priority
range is 8-15). This will provide I/O scanning with optimal updating.
Compact I/O is coded as priority 7 for DriveLogix.
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Troubleshooting
Abbreviated Fault & Alarm
Clearing
For a complete listing of Faults and Alarms, refer to the PowerFlex 700S
Drives with Phase II Control User Manual, publication 20D-UM006.
A fault is a condition that stops the drive. There are two fault types.
Type Fault Description
➀ Non-Resettable
➁
HIM Indication
User Configurable
This type of fault normally requires drive or motor repair. The cause of
the fault must be corrected before the fault can be cleared. The fault will
be reset on power up after repair.
Programming and commissioning personnel can configure the drive’s
response to these exception events. Responses include:
• Ignore
• Alarm
• Fault Coast Stop
• Fault Ramp Stop
• Fault Current Limit Stop
The HIM also provides visual notification of a fault or alarm condition.
Condition
Display
Drive is indicating a fault.
The LCD HIM immediately reports the fault condition by displaying the F-> Faulted
Auto
following:
Hz
0.0
• “Faulted” appears in the status line
— Fault — F24
Main
DC Menu:
Bus Overvolt
• Fault number
Diagnostics
Time since Fault
• Fault name
00:23:52
Parameter
• Time that has passed since fault occurred
Press Esc to regain HIM control.
Manually Clearing Faults
This section illustrates a table showing the HIM keystrokes necessary to
clear faults.
Step
Key(s)
1. Press Esc to acknowledge the fault. The fault information will be removed so that you
Esc
can use the HIM.
2. Address the condition that caused the fault.
The cause must be corrected before the fault can be cleared.
3. After corrective action has been taken, clear the fault by one of these methods.
• Press Stop
• Cycle drive power (wait five (5) minutes before re-applying power to the drive)
• Select Clear Faults from “Diagnostic - Faults” menu
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Technical Support
Online
You can access the complete PowerFlex® 700S Drives with Phase II
Control User Manual, publication 20D-UM006, online at:
http://www.rockwellautomation.com/literature
PowerFlex 700S and DriveLogix™ Technical Support is available online.
Important: You are encouraged to navigate our free website as part of your
installation and start-up process.
To access the Technical Support website:
1. Open your Internet Browser, this may be: Microsoft® Internet Explorer,
Netscape®, or Opera®.
2. With your browser open, type in the following URL address in your path
bar.
http://www.ab.com/support/abdrives/powerflex700s/phase2/index.html
3. Press the Enter key or click the Go button. This will take you to our
website.
Drives Technical Forum
Remember that we currently offer a Drives Technical Forum for all
Allen-Bradley® drive products. The forum can also help you solve issues in
areas such as Applications, Communications, Hardware and Software. You
can visit us at the following URL address...
http://www.ab.com/support/abdrives/registered.html
Telephone
Drives Technical Support Hotline :
Monday through Friday, 7:00a.m. to 6:00p.m. Central time
Call 1-262-512-8176
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Notes:
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DriveExpert, FORCE Technology, Zero Stacking, Flex I/O, FlexLogix, DriveTools,
RSLogix 5000, SynchLink and SCANPort are trademarks of Rockwell Automation.
ControlNet is a trademark of ControlNet International, Ltd.
DeviceNet is a trademark of the Open DeviceNet Vendor Association.
www.rockwellautomation.com
Power, Control and Information Solutions Headquarters
Americas: Rockwell Automation, 1201 South Second Street, Milwaukee, WI 53204-2496 USA,Tel: (1) 414.382.2000, Fax: (1) 414.382.4444
Europe/Middle East/Africa: Rockwell Automation, Vorstlaan/Boulevard du Souverain 36, 1170 Brussels, Belgium,Tel: (32) 2 663 0600, Fax: (32) 2 663 0640
Asia Pacific: Rockwell Automation, Level 14, Core F, Cyberport 3, 100 Cyberport Road, Hong Kong,Tel: (852) 2887 4788, Fax: (852) 2508 1846
Publication 20D-QS002B-EN-P — October 2005
Supersedes 20D-QS002A-EN-P — April, 2005
P/N 372584-P02
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