160 SSC™ Variable Speed Drive (Series C)
160 SSC™
Variable Speed
Drive
(Series C)
0.37–4.0 kW (0.5–5 HP)
FRN 7.03
FRN 7.04
FRN 7.05
FRN 7.06
User Manual
Important User Information
Solid-State equipment has operational characteristics differing from those of
electromechanical equipment. “Safety Guidelines for the Application, Installation
and Maintenance of Solid-State Controls” (Publication SGI-1.1) describes some
important differences between solid-state equipment and hard-wired
electromechanical devices. Because of this difference, and also because of the wide
variety of uses for solid-state equipment, all persons responsible for applying this
equipment must satisfy themselves that each intended application of this equipment
is acceptable.
In no event will Rockwell Automation be responsible or liable for indirect or
consequential damages resulting from the use or application of this equipment.
The examples and diagrams in this manual are included solely for illustrative
purposes. Because of the many variables and requirements associated with any
particular installation, Rockwell Automation cannot assume responsibility or
liability for actual use based on the examples and diagrams.
No patent liability is assumed by Rockwell Automation with respect to use of
information, circuits, equipment, or software described in this manual.
Reproduction of the contents of this manual, in whole or in part, without written
permission of Rockwell Automation is prohibited.
Throughout this manual we use notes to make you aware of safety considerations:
ATTENTION: Identifies information about practices or
circumstances that can lead to personal injury or death, property
damage or economic loss.
Attention statements help you to:
• identify a hazard
• avoid a hazard
• recognize the consequences
Important:
Identifies information that is especially important for successful
application and understanding of the product.
Shock Hazard labels located on or inside the drive indicate that
dangerous voltage may be present.
SSC is a trademark of Rockwell Automation, Inc.
S-1
Series C Summary of Changes
• New Horsepower Ratings
4 kW (5 HP), 230V and 460V ratings have
been added to the Bulletin 160 family.
• Increased Transient Protection
Standard input voltage transient protection
has been increased to 6 kV and contained
in the drive itself. The optional MOV
module is no longer required.
• Improved Ground Fault Protection
The Bulletin 160 detects phase-to-phase
and phase-to-ground faults both at start-up
and while running.
• Reduced 2.2 kW (3 HP) Footprint
2.2 kW (3 HP), 230V and 460V width has
been reduced by more than 45%.
• One Piece, 1.5 kW (2 HP) 230V Single Phase
Unit
The external capacitor module has been
integrated into the 1.5 kW (2 HP), 230V
single phase unit. The overall width of the
unit is reduced, however, the height,
depth, and mounting hole pattern has
changed.
• Improved Start/Stop Overlap Timing
The STOP command can be removed up
to 20 msec after a START command and
the drive will still recognize the START
command. This allows the drive to
respond to a START command occurring
concurrently with or slightly after a STOP
command is removed.
• Additional Fault History
P17, P18, and P19 - [Fault Buffer 0, 1 and 2]
have been added to record the last three
faults for diagnostic purposes.
• Analog Model with Preset Speed Capability
Analog Signal Follower models have an
additional input mode. With P46 - [Input
Mode] setting 8, four preset speeds are
available.
• External Frequency Selection
P46 - [Input Mode] has an additional setting
(setting 7) which allows for the frequency
source to be switched from the control
terminal block (TB3) to the P58 - [Internal
Frequency] setting.
• New Output Configuration Setting
P47 - [Output Configure] has a new setting.
When setting 10 is selected, the output
will be active when the Power Factor
Angle is above the P48 - [Output Threshold]
setting.
• Additional Compensation Mode
P78 - [Compensation] has an additional
mode that corrects for slow responding
systems which can cause current regulator
oscillations.
• Software Current Trip
P79 - [Software Current Trip] provides an
adjustable software current trip with a one
second time delay.
• Adjustable Stall Fault Time
The time that the drive must be in a stall
condition before causing a stall fault is
selectable via P80 - [Stall Fault Time].
• PI Control
Process control is now intergrated in the
drive through a PI regulator. Users of
Firmware Version FRN 7.05 and earlier
activate this feature with P46 - [Input Mode]
setting 9. Users of Firmware Version FRN
7.06 can activate this feature with P46 [Input Mode] settings 0 through 7 and 9.
PI control is adjusted through parameters
P81 - [PI Proportional Gain], P82 - [PI
Integrated Gain], P83 - [PI Process
Reference], and P84 - [PI Dead Band].
• Fault Auto Clear
Over voltage, Under voltage, and Over
temperature faults are automatically
cleared when the fault condition is
removed.
• RS-232 Serial Communication
An RS-232 serial communication module
using a DF1 protocol is now available. See
160-RS1 User Manual for additional
information.
• Ground Screw Location
Grounding screws are now located on the
power connection terminal blocks for
easier wiring.
S-2
Series C Application/Installation Considerations
Keep the following in mind if you are replacing a Bulletin 160 Series A or B drive
with a Series C unit.
Mounting Dimensions
• Width has increased by 8 mm for all ratings through 1.5 kW (2 HP).
Note: If proper spacing recommendations were followed for Series A and B
drives, the increased width should not effect the panel layout because Series C
drives of this rating do not require spacing between units.
• Width has decreased by 50 mm for the 2.2 kW (3 HP) rating.
• Depth has increased by 25 mm for all ratings through 2.2 kW (3 HP).
Note: The drive utilizes the same DIN base and mounting hole pattern for all
ratings through 2.2 kW (3 HP).
External Braking
• The internal brake transistor is not available on 0.37 kW (1/2 HP) and 0.55 kW
(3/4 HP) units. If external braking is required, a 0.75 kW (1 HP) drive must be
used.
DeviceNet
• DeviceNet modules (Catalog No.160-DN1) with Firmware Version FRN 2.0 or
earlier are not compatible with the Bulletin 160 Series C drives. Series C drives
must use DeviceNet modules (Catalog No. 160-DN2). The 160-DN2 module is
also compatible with Series A and B drives with the exception of the Series A
Preset Speed model with Firmware Version FRN 4.04.
24V DC Interface
• Bulletin 160 Series C drives must use a Series B, or later, 24V DC Interface
module. See Appendix B for catalog numbers.
Terminal Block Wiring
• The ground terminal is now located on the power terminal block. Refer to
Figure 2.2 on page 2-3 to avoid incorrect wiring.
Incorrect Motor Rotation
• The output phasing of Series C drives is different than the output phasing of
Series A and B drives. Replacing a Series A or B drive with a Series C drive
using the same U, V and W (T1, T2 and T3) connections will reverse the motor
rotation. To assure the same direction of rotation, switch any 2 of the 3 output
wires connected to U, V or W (T1, T2 or T3) from the motor.
Example:
Original
Wiring of
Series A or B
Wiring of
Replacement
Series C
U/T1 V/T2 W/T3
U/T1 V/T2 W/T3
V/T2
U/T1
V/T2
W/T3
Motor
U/T1
W/T3
Motor
Table of Contents
Getting Started
Important Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
Receiving Your New Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
Unpacking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
Inspecting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
Identifying Your Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
Catalog Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
Nameplate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
Conventions Used In This Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
Standard Drive Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-4
Optional Drive Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-5
Installation and Wiring
Storage and Operation Conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
CE Compliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
Clearances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
Debris Label . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
Power Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-2
Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-2
Terminal Blocks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-2
Terminal Block Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3
Motor Branch Circuit Analysis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-4
Branch Circuit Protective Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5
Input Power Conditioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-6
Motor Cable Types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-6
Long Motor Cable Effects . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-7
Control Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-9
Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-9
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-9
Important Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-9
Control Wiring Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-10
Control Methods and Selection Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-11
Configurable Relay Output Contacts (P47 Settings) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-18
Frequency Source Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-18
Analog Signal Follower Model . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-18
Preset Speed Model . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-20
Analog and Preset Models . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-20
What To Do Next . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-20
ii
Program Keypad Module
Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
Display Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
Program Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
Key Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2
Module Removal and Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-3
Removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-3
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-4
Start-Up
Start-Up Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
Parameters and Programming
Overview of Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1
Important Reset Actions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-2
Programming Example . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-2
Display Group Parameters (Read Only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-3
Program Group Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-5
PI Control Setup and Activation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-17
Wire For PI Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-17
Program for PI Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-17
Tune the PI Loop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-18
Common Problems with PI Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-19
Troubleshooting
Fault Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1
How to Clear a Fault . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-1
Accessories and Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-1
Accessory Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-2
Drive Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-6
CE Conformity
CE Compliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C-1
Essential Requirements for a Conforming EMC Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C-1
General Instructions for an EMC Compliant Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C-2
Shielded Enclosure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C-2
Cable Clamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C-3
Motor Cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C-3
Control Cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C-4
Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC Compliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C-5
Chapter
1
Getting Started
Important Precautions
In addition to the precautions listed throughout this manual, you must read and
understand the following statements which identify hazards associated with AC
drives.
ATTENTION: The drive contains high voltage capacitors which take
time to discharge after removal of mains supply. Before working on
drive, ensure isolation of mains supply from line inputs
[R, S, T (L1, L2, L3)]. Wait three minutes for capacitors to discharge
to safe voltage levels. Failure to do so may result in personal injury
or death.
Darkened display LEDs is not an indication that capacitors have
discharged to safe voltage levels.
ATTENTION: Only personnel familiar with the 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: The surface temperatures of the drive may become
hot, which may cause injury.
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 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 reduction in product life. Wiring or application
errors such as undersizing the motor, supplying an incorrect or an
inadequate AC supply, or excessive ambient temperatures may result
in system malfunction.
1-2
Getting Started
Receiving Your New Drive
It is your responsibility to thoroughly inspect the equipment before accepting the
shipment from the freight company. Check the item(s) received against your
purchase order. If any items are obviously damaged, do not accept delivery until
the freight agent notes the damage on the freight bill.
Unpacking
Remove all packing material, wedges, or braces from within and around the drive.
Remove all packing material from the heat sink. Leave the debris label in place.
If you find any concealed damage during unpacking notify the freight agent. Also,
leave the shipping container intact and have the freight agent make a visual
inspection of the equipment to verify damage.
Inspecting
After unpacking, check the item(s) nameplate catalog number against your
purchase order. An explanation of the catalog numbering system for the Bulletin
160 drive follows as an aid for nameplate interpretation. Refer to Figure 1.1 and
Figure 1.2.
Important:
Before you install and start up the drive, inspect for mechanical
integrity. Look for loose parts, wires, and connections.
Identifying Your Drive
Catalog Number
The figure below describes the 160 SSC catalog numbering scheme.
Catalog Number Explanation
Figure 1.1
160 - A A02
N SF1
First Position
Second Position
Third Position
Bulletin Number
Voltage Rating
Current Rating➊ Enclosure Type
An “S” in the Bulletin A 200-240V, 1-Phase
200-240V, 3-Phase
Number denotes a
single-phase input B 380-460V, 3-Phase
voltage.
A01
A02
A03
A04
A06
A08
A10
A12
A18
Fourth Position
P1
Fifth Position
Sixth Position
Model
Programmer
(Optional)
SF1 Analog Signal
N Open (IP20)
Follower
L Low Profile
PS1
Preset Speed
P Chassis Mount
(external heatsink)
R Chassis Mount
Replacement
B1 Ready/Fault
Indicating Panel
P1 Program Keypad
Module
➊ Amperage ratings vary based on voltage.
Note: Rockwell Automation offers a configured drive program which allows for NEMA rated 4, 4x, or 12 enclosures.
Getting Started
1-3
Nameplate
The nameplate is located on the side of the drive.
Nameplate Information
Figure 1.2
Catalog Number
160-AA02NSF1P1
ANALOG S.F.
Motor
Rating:
I
N
P
U
T
SERIES C
FRN: 7.XX
Series Letter
Firmware Version
Drive Model
0.37KW / 0.5 HP
V: 200-240
A: 2.8
Hz: 50/60
VA: 1100
3 Ø O V: 200-230
U
T A: 2.3
P Hz: 0-240
U
T
3Ø
S/N: XXXXXXXX
XXXXX
Serial Number
Date Code
OPERATING AMBIENT TEMP: 0 - 50° C
SHORT CIRCUIT CURRENT: 100 KA
POWER TERMINAL WIRE :
Use 75° C Cu Wire:
4 mm2 - .75 mm2 (12-18 AWG.)
Torque 1.35 Nm (12 in.- lbs.)
IP20
Allen-Bradley
C
UL

US
LISTED
IND. CONT. EQ.
966X
Enclosure Rating
MADE IN U.S.A.
Conventions Used In This Manual
Parameter numbers and names are shown in this format: P01 - [Output Frequency].
P01 denotes the parameter number and the parameter name is enclosed in square
brackets.
1-4
Getting Started
Standard Drive Features
The drive features identified in the figure below apply to all models.
Standard Drive Features and Mounting Orientation
Figure 1.3
Hinged Finger Guard
R/L1 S/L2 T/L3 BR– BR+
FAULT
Ready/Fault
Indicating Panel
READY
Status LEDs
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
DC Bus Test Points
U/T1 V/T2 W/T3 DC– DC+
Hinged Finger Guard
Cooling Fan
Cooling
Air Flow
DIN Latch
• Hinged Finger Guard allows easy access to line/load power terminals.
• Ready/Fault Indicating Panel is standard on the Bulletin 160 drive. The drive
is fully functional with this panel installed. All control functions can be
performed from TB3 (Control Terminal Block). Factory default settings cannot
be changed with this panel.
• Fault Indicator LED illuminates when a drive fault condition exists. Refer to
Chapter 6 for details on how to clear a fault and general troubleshooting
procedures.
• Ready Indicator LED illuminates when the DC bus is charged and the drive is
ready to run.
• DC Bus Test Points provide easy access for test probes when measuring DC
Bus voltage.
• Cooling Fan provides air flow across heatsink fins to prevent overheating. Not
required on .37 or .55 kW (.5 or .75 HP) ratings.
• DIN Latch provides an easy means for mounting the drive on standard 35 mm
DIN Rail. This feature is not available with 4.0 kW (5 HP) or 1.5 kW (2 HP)
single phase units.
Getting Started
1-5
Optional Drive Features
The drive features identified in the figure below are optional. See Appendix B for
catalog numbers. (Finger guards omitted for clarity.)
Optional Drive Features
Figure 1.4
Dynamic Brake
Module
R/L1 S/L2 T/L3 BR– BR+
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
Line Filter Module
Program Keypad Module
or
DeviceNet Communication Module
or
RS-232 Communication Module
or
Remote Programming Adapter to:
Remote Keypad Module
or
CopyCat Keypad Module
U/T1 V/T2 W/T3 DC– DC+
24V DC Interface Module
Capacitor
Module
• Dynamic Brake Module option allows you to connect dynamic brake
resistors. Not available on .37 or .55 kW (.5 or .75 HP) ratings.
Important: P52 - [DB Enable] must be enabled for proper operation.
• Line Filter Module option is available to reduce conductive emissions.
• Program Keypad Module option can be ordered separately and field installed,
or as a factory installed option by adding “P1” to the end of the catalog number.
Refer to Chapter 3, Program Keypad Module for a detailed explanation of
functionality.
• DeviceNet Communication Module option allows control and monitoring of
parameters via a DeviceNet network.
• RS-232 Communication Module option allows control and monitoring of
parameters via a RS-232 network.
• Remote Programming Adapter option allows connection to Remote Keypad
Module or Copycat Keypad Module via cable (1 to 3 meters).
• 24V DC Interface Module option allows you to command the drive with 24V
logic (sinking inputs).
• Capacitor Module option allows you to connect an external capacitor module.
Provides extended ride through capability and improved inherent braking
performance.
1-6
Getting Started
End of Chapter
Chapter
2
Installation and Wiring
Storage and Operation Conditions
Follow these recommendations to prolong drive life and performance:
• Store within an ambient temperature range of –40° to +85°C.
• Store within a relative humidity range of 0% to 95%, non-condensing.
• Protect the cooling fan by avoiding dust or metallic particles.
• Avoid storing or operating the drive where it could be exposed to a corrosive
atmosphere.
• Protect from moisture and direct sunlight.
• Operate at an ambient temperature range of 0° to +50°C.
CE Compliance
Refer to Appendix C.
Installation
Mount the drive on a flat, vertical and level surface. See Chapter 1, Figure 1.3 for
mounting orientation.
Choose an installation method:
• Install with screws. Recommended screw size is listed in the table below.
The appropriate drilling template for your drive is provided in Appendix B.
• Install on 35 mm DIN Rail. This mounting method is not available on
4.0 kW (5 HP) three phase or 1.5 kW (2 HP) single phase models.
Description
Minimum Panel Thickness (14 GA)
Mounting Base Screws
Mounting Torque
Metric
1.9 mm
m4 x 0.7
1.13 – 1.56 Nm
English
0.0747 in.
# 8-32
10 – 14 lb.-in.
See Appendix B for details on drive dimensions and weights.
Clearances
Maintain 12.5 mm (0.5 in.) clearance at the top, bottom, and front of all drives.
Clearance requirements between units varies by model.
• 2.2 kW (3 HP) 230V/460V Drives
Provide a minimum of 8.5 mm (0.33 in.) clearance between units.
• All Other Drive Ratings
No clearance is required between units.
Debris Label
The drive is shipped with a paper debris label attached to the top side of the plastic
housing to cover the cooling vents. Leave the debris label attached during drive
installation to protect against debris falling through the vents of the drive housing.
To assure proper drive operation, you must remove label before applying power.
ATTENTION: After system installation, remove the debris label
from unit. Failure to remove this label may result in overheating or
nuisance tripping.
2-2
Installation and Wiring
Power Wiring
Precautions
ATTENTION: Remove and lock out power from the drive before
you disconnect or reconnect wires or perform service. Verify bus
voltage by measuring the voltage between DC- and DC+ on Terminal
Block TB2. Do not attempt to service the drive until bus voltage has
discharged to zero volts.
ATTENTION: 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 input power to the drive for the purpose of
starting and stopping the motor should not be used. If it is necessary
to use this method for starting and stopping, or if frequent cycling of
power is unavoidable, make sure that it does not occur more than once
a minute.
ATTENTION: Do not connect power factor correction capacitors to
drive output terminals U, V and W (T1, T2 and T3) or component
damage could occur.
Terminal Blocks
Terminal R (L1) is not present on single phase drives. Three phase unit terminal
block configuration is depicted in the figure below.
Drive Terminal Blocks
Figure 2.1
TB1
R/L1 S/L2 T/L3 BR– BR+
Terminal Block TB1
Ground, Line Power &
Dynamic Brake Module Wiring
Hazardous Voltages
Behind Panel
FAULT
READY
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
TB3
Terminal Block TB3
Control Wiring
TB2
Terminal Block TB2
Ground, Motor &
Capacitor Module Wiring
U/T1 V/T2 W/T3 DC– DC+
Installation and Wiring
2-3
Terminal Block Wiring
Terminal Block Wiring Detail
Figure 2.2
Required Branch
Circuit Disconnect ➊
Branch Circuit
Protective Device ➋
Terminal Block TB1
R/L1 S/L2 T/L3 BR– BR+
Ground Terminal/Protective Earth
U/T1 V/T2 W/T3 DC– DC+
Terminal Block TB2
Motor ➌
Specifications
Terminal Block TB1 and TB2 Wiring Specifications
Model
Screw Size
4.0 kW (5 HP)
All Other Ratings
M4
M4
Max./Min. Wire Size ➍
mm2 (AWG)
5.26 – 3.31 (10 – 12)
3.31 – 0.82 (12 – 18)
Table 2.A
Max./Min. Torque
Nm (lb.-in.)
1.35 – 0.90 (12 – 8)
1.35 – 0.90 (12 – 8)
➊ For single phase input applications, connect the AC input power to input terminals S (L2) and T (L3).
➋ See Table 2.B for minimum recommended branch circuit protective devices.
➌ Bulletin 160 Drives are UL Listed (see Appendix A for details) as motor overload protective devices
(IEC Class 10 overload). An external overload relay is not required for single motor applications
as long as the Drive kW (HP) rating is less than three times larger than the motor kW (HP) rating.
➍ Each terminal supports up to 2 wires of approved gauge.
2-4
Installation and Wiring
Motor Branch Circuit Analysis
Short circuit and overload protection are requirements of any motor branch circuit.
Input power conditioning, CE conformance, reflective wave, capacitive current
coupling, and motor cable type are important considerations of drive applications.
Branch Circuit Configuration
Figure 2.3
Branch Circuit Protective Devices – See Table 2.B
Input Power Conditioning – See Table 2.C
CE Conformance – See Appendix C
160 SSC™
Motor Cable Types – See Table 2.D
Reflected Wave Protection – See Table 2.E
Capacitive Current Coupling – See Table 2.F
Overload Protection
Motor
• Branch Circuit Protective Devices
A motor branch circuit requires protection against excessive current. This
protection can be provided by a fuse, circuit breaker, or manual motor starter.
See Table 2.B for a detailed list of these options.
• Input Power Conditioning
Certain conditions may exist that could damage a drive in the branch circuit.
See Table 2.C for an explanation of problems and solutions.
• CE Conformance
See Appendix C for information on CE Conformance.
• Motor Cable Types
See Table 2.D for recommended cable types.
• Reflected Wave Protection
The use of a drive may result in increased peak-to-peak voltage at the motor.
See Table 2.E for an explanation of motor insulation limitations versus cable
lengths.
• Capacitive Current Coupling
High speed voltage switching causes AC coupling from motor cables to ground
terminal/protective earth. See Table 2.F for cable length recommendations.
• Overload Protection
All motor branch circuits require overload protection. The Bulletin 160 Drive is
UL listed to provide protection (IEC Class 10 overload) without an overload
relay. Separate overload relays are required in multi-motor applications or if the
drive kW (HP) rating is more than three times larger than the motor kW (HP)
rating.
Installation and Wiring
2-5
Branch Circuit Protective Devices
Fusing
The Bulletin 160 Smart Speed Controller has been UL tested and approved for use
with input fuses. The ratings in the table below are the minimum recommended
values for use with each drive rating. The devices listed in this table are provided
to serve as a guide. Other devices which meet the requirements of UL508C and
UL489 with similar trip characteristics may be used in order to meet local or
national electrical codes.
Bulletin 140 Manual Motor Starters/UL489 Circuit Breakers
When using Bulletin 140 manual motor starters or UL489 rated circuit breakers,
the guidelines listed below must be followed in order to meet the NEC requirements
for branch circuit protection.
• Bulletin 140 manual motor starters can be used in single and group motor
applications.
• In single motor applications, a fuse or UL489 rated circuit breaker is required
ahead of the Bulletin 140 manual motor starter.
• In group motor installations, the Bulletin 140 can be used for protection of an
individual motor within the group and “one set” of fuses or a UL489 rated
circuit breaker serves as the Branch Circuit Protective Device for the entire
“Group Installation”.
• Bulletin 140M manual motor starters can be used in single and group motor
applications without additional short circuit protection. Refer to the technical
support literature for the 140M for more details.
Minimum Recommended Branch Circuit Protective Devices ➊
Voltage Rating
Single Phase
230V
Three Phase
230V
Three Phase
460V
Drive Rating
kW (HP)
0.37
0.55
0.75
1.5
0.37
0.55
0.75
1.5
2.2
4.0
0.37
0.55
0.75
1.5
2.2
4.0
(0.5)
(0.75)
(1)
(2)
(0.5)
(0.75)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(5)
(0.5)
(0.75)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(5)
Table 2.B
Fuse Rating ➋ UL489 Rated
Bulletin 140/140M
Circuit Breaker Manual Motor Starter
Amps
Amps
6
16
16
10
16
16
15
16
16
30
20
20
6
16
16
6
16
16
10
16
16
15
16
16
20
20
20
30
30
30
4
6
6
4
6
6
5
6
6
8
16
16
15
16
16
20
20
20
➊ The maximum branch circuit protection rating is limited to four times the rated output current of
the drive or 30A, whichever is less.
➋ Fuse class CC, J, BS88, VDE 06366/gG, IEC 269-1/gG, EN60269 part 1 and 2 type gG
2-6
Installation and Wiring
Input Power Conditioning
The drive is suitable for direct connection to input power within the rated voltage
of the drive (see Appendix A). Listed in Table 2.C are certain input power conditions
which may cause component damage or reduction in product life. If any of the
conditions exist, as described in Table 2.C, install one of the devices listed under
the heading Corrective Action 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.
Input Power Conditions
Input Power Condition
Low Line Impedance (less than 1% line reactance)
Available short circuit currents (fault currents) greater than
100,000 Amps
Greater than 120 kVA supply transformer
Line has power factor correction capacitors
Line has frequent power interruptions
Line has intermittent noise spikes in excess of 6000V
(lightning)
Table 2.C
Corrective Action
• Check Line Impedance
• Line Reactor (See Appendix B)
• or Isolation Transformer
• Check Supply Transformer
• Line Reactor (See Appendix B)
• or Isolation Transformer
• Line Reactor (See Appendix B)
• or Isolation Transformer
• Line Reactor (See Appendix B)
• or Isolation Transformer
• Line Reactor (See Appendix B)
• or Isolation Transformer
• Line Reactor (See Appendix B)
• or Isolation Transformer
Motor Cable Types
A variety of cable types are acceptable for variable speed 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 1 meter (3.3 feet)
for every 10 meters (33 feet) of unshielded length. If you cannot separate motor
cables from sensitive circuits, or if you must run motor cables from multiple drives
(more than three) in a common conduit or cable tray, shielded motor cable is
recommended to reduce system noise.
Motor cables should be four-conductor with the ground lead and shield (if using
shielded cable) connected to the drive ground terminal and the motor frame ground
terminal.
Table 2.D provides the recommended wire type for both wet and dry installations
as defined by NEC 1996 (70-31). These recommendations are based upon a variety
of factors such as insulation thickness, susceptibility to moisture and susceptibility
to nicks and cuts during installation.
Recommended Cable Type
Table 2.D
Condition
Dry
Wet
Insulation Type
PVC ➊
XLPE
XLPE
Example
THHN
XHHW-2
XHHW-2
➊ For input power voltages in excess of 264VAC, or motor cable distances greater than 15 meters
(50 feet), wire with XLPE insulation is recommended.
Installation and Wiring
2-7
Long Motor Cable Effects
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 to limit voltage
reflections at the motor (reflected wave phenomena). See Table 2.E for
recommendations.
Important:
Both Reflected Wave and Capacitive Current Considerations need
to be taken into account when determining motor cable lengths
(see Table 2.E and Table 2.F). The use of an external device to
limit reflected wave phenomenon may effect the accuracy of
Bulletin 160 current sensing.
The reflected wave data applies to all frequencies 2 to 8 kHz. For 230V ratings,
the maximum cable length recommendations are the same as the capacitive current
recommendations (see Table 2.F).
Cable Length Recommendations – Reflected Wave
Table 2.E
380Motor
460V
Insulation
Ratings Rating
4.0 kW
(5 HP)
2.2 kW
(3 HP)
1.5 kW
(2 HP)
0.75 kW
(1 HP)
0.55 kW
(0.75 HP)
0.37 kW
(0.5 HP)
1000 Vp-p
1200 Vp-p
1600 Vp-p ➋
1000 Vp-p
1200 Vp-p
1600 Vp-p ➋
1000 Vp-p
1200 Vp-p
1600 Vp-p ➋
1000 Vp-p
1200 Vp-p
1600 Vp-p ➋
1000 Vp-p
1200 Vp-p
1600 Vp-p ➋
1000 Vp-p
1200 Vp-p
1600 Vp-p ➋
Motor Cable Only
Shielded
Unshielded
feet
meters feet
meters
45
13.7 20
6.1
90
27.4 40
12.2
525
160
475
145
40
12.2 40
12.2
90
27.4 60
18.3
525
160
500
152
40
12.2 40
12.2
90
27.4 60
18.3
500
152
500
152
55
16.8 40
12.2
125
38.1 60
18.3
500
152
500
152
45
13.7 40
12.2
125
38.1 60
18.3
500
152
500
152
45
13.7 90
27.4
125
38.1 180
54.9
500
152
500
152
RWR at Drive ➊
Shielded
Unshielded
feet
meters feet
meters
525
160
600
183
525
160
600
183
525
160
600
183
525
160
600
183
525
160
600
183
525
160
600
183
425
130
600
183
425
130
600
183
425
130
600
183
325
99.1 600
183
325
99.1 600
183
325
99.1 600
183
300
91.5 600
183
300
91.5 600
183
300
91.5 600
183
300
91.5 425
130
300
91.5 425
130
300
91.5 425
130
Reactor at Motor
Shielded
Unshielded
feet
meters feet
meters
325
99.1 300
91.5
525
160
425
130
525
160
600
183
225
68.6 250
76.2
325
99.1 425
130
525
160
600
183
325
99.1 300
91.5
425
130
450
137
540
165
600
183
325
99.1 350
107
500
152
450
137
500
152
600
183
300
91.5 300
91.5
500
152
500
152
500
152
600
183
300
91.5 425
130
500
152
500
152
500
152
500
152
➊ Cable lengths listed are for PWM frequencies of 2 kHz. Refer to publication 1204-5.1 for cable length recommendations at
other PWM frequencies.
➋ The maximum peak-to-peak voltage of the drive is 1400V due to the minimum on/off time software.
Reflective Wave Testing has been done on cable lengths up to 160 meters (600 feet). See Table 2.F for capacitive current
recommendations.
2-8
Installation and Wiring
Capacitive Current Coupling
AC coupling exists from motor cables to ground terminal/protective earth. The
current produced by this coupling is referred to as capacitive current. The drive
current is the combination of capacitive current and motor current. Because motor
current is monitored for overload protection, the table below lists the maximum
cable length recommendations that will assure a capacitive current error of less
than 15 percent.
Cable Length Recommendations — Capacitive Current
Table 2.F
380-460V kHz
Ratings
4.0 kW
(5 HP)
2.2 kW
(3 HP)
1.5 kW
(2 HP)
0.75 kW
(1 HP)
0.55 kW
(0.75 HP)
0.37 kW
(0.5 HP)
2
4
8
2
4
8
2
4
8
2
4
8
2
4
8
2
4
8
200-240V Ratings
0.37 to 4.0 kW
(0.5 to 5 HP)
2 through 8 kHz
RWR at Drive ➊
Shielded ➋
Unshielded
feet
meters feet
meters
300
91.5
600
183
350
107
600
183
➊
280
85.4
600
183
275
83.8
600
183
➊
275
83.8
600
183
275
83.8
600
183
➊
200
61
425
130
200
61
425
130
➊
180
54.9
375
114
180
54.9
375
114
➊
100
30.5
350
107
100
30.5
350
107
➊
Reactor at Motor
Shielded ➋
Unshielded
feet
meters feet
meters
400
122
600
183
450
137
600
183
450
137
500
152
400
122
600
183
400
122
600
183
400
122
500
152
300
91.5
600
183
300
91.5
500
152
350
107
500
152
225
68.6
400
122
225
68.6
375
114
225
68.6
400
122
180
54.9
350
107
180
54.9
350
107
180
54.9
350
107
100
30.5
300
91.5
100
30.5
350
107
100
30.5
350
107
No Reactor
RWR at Drive ➊
Shielded ➋
Unshielded
Shielded ➋
Unshielded
feet
meters feet
meters feet
meters feet
meters
525
160
600
183
➌
Reactor at Motor
Shielded ➋
Unshielded
feet
meters feet
meters
525
160
600
183
Motor Cable Only
Shielded ➋
Unshielded
feet
meters feet
meters
350
107
600
183
425
130
600
183
475
145
500
152
360
110
600
183
375
114
600
183
400
122
500
152
300
91.5
550
168
300
91.5
550
168
325
99.1
500
152
200
61
375
114
225
68.6
375
114
250
76.2
375
114
180
54.9
350
107
180
54.9
350
107
180
54.9
350
107
100
30.5
325
99.1
100
30.5
325
99.1
100
30.5
325
99.1
➊ Not recommended for use above 4 kHz PWM Frequency.
➋ When using shielded cable at lightly loaded conditions, cable length recommendations for drives rated 0.75 kW (1 HP) and
below are 61 meters (200 feet).
➌ Not recommended for 230V applications.
Installation and Wiring
2-9
Control Wiring
Requirements
• Run all signal wiring in either a shielded cable or separate metal conduit.
• Connect shield wire only at TB3 Common terminals (3 and 7).
• Do not exceed control wiring length of 15 meters (50 feet). Control signal cable
length is highly dependent on electrical environment and installation practices.
To improve noise immunity, the control terminal block Common must be
connected to ground terminal/protective earth.
• Use Belden 8760 (or equivalent) — 18 AWG (0.750 mm2), twisted pair,
shielded or 3 conductor.
Specifications
Control Terminal Block TB3 Wiring Specifications
Terminal Block
TB3
Max./Min. Wire Size
mm2 (AWG)
2.5 – 0.5 (14 – 22)
Table 2.G
Max./Min. Torque
Nm (lb.-in.)
0.8 – 0.4 (8 – 4)
Important Precautions
ATTENTION: The drive is supplied with an internal 12V supply.
Dry contact or open collector inputs are required for discrete control
inputs. If an external voltage is applied, component damage could
occur.
TB3
5
6
NO!
7
External
Power
Supply
8
ATTENTION: The drive start/stop and enable 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 is required to remove AC
input power to the drive. When AC input power is removed, there will
be a loss of inherent regenerative braking effect and the motor will
coast to a stop. An auxiliary braking method may be required.
2-10
Installation and Wiring
Control Wiring Considerations
Wiring Diagram Key
Shielded
Wire
N.O.
Momentary
Contact
N.C.
Momentary
Contact
N.O.
Maintained
Contact
N.C.
Maintained
Contact
General Control Wiring Advisories
The figure below lists the control wiring requirements for all two wire control input
modes (P46 - [Input Mode] settings 1 and 4 – 9). The requirements specific to each
input mode are shown separately for that mode.
TB3
5
➊➋➌
6
➊➋➌
7
➍
8
➋
➊ Run input must be maintained. After a stop command, either a Run Forward or Run Reverse input
must be toggled to start the drive.
➋ Internal 12V supply. Contact closure or open collector input required. Refer to Appendix A for solid
state control input specifications.
➌ If both Run Forward and Run Reverse inputs are closed at the same time, an undetermined state
could occur.
➍ Control signal cable length is highly dependent on electrical environment and installation practices.
To improve noise immunity, TB3 Common must be connected to ground terminal/protective earth.
For control wiring installations greater than 15 meters (50 feet) in length, an optional 24V DC
interface module is recommended. See Appendix A for ordering information.
Installation and Wiring
2-11
Control Methods and Selection Guide
You can use P46 - [Input Mode] to select the control method for start, stop, and
direction control. Control can be performed from the Control Terminal Block (TB3)
or the optional Program Keypad Module or the Remote Programming Adapter via
cable to either a Remote Keypad or a CopyCat Keypad depending on the P46 [Input Mode] setting being used. The default setting is 0 which means that only the
Control Terminal Block will be active for control. If any other input mode is needed
(1-9) you must have a device for changing the input mode such as a Program Keypad
Module (160-P1). Table 2.H is a guide to wiring diagrams associated with each
P46 - [Input Mode] setting.
Important:
After a Stop input, a Run command (either Run Forward, Run
Reverse or Start) must be toggled to run again. This is true for all
P46 - [Input Mode] settings except setting 3. See the Attention
statement below.
ATTENTION: Hazard of injury exists due to unintended operation.
When P46 - [Input Mode] is set to 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).
Control Selection by Input Mode
P46 Setting
Description
Table 2.H
Reference
0
Three-Wire control (factory default)
Figure 2.4
1
Two-Wire Run Forward/Run Reverse control
Figure 2.5
2➊
Program, Remote, CopyCat Keypad or Communication
Module control
Figure 2.6
3
Momentary Run Forward/Run Reverse control
Figure 2.7
4
Two-Wire Accel/Decel control
Figure 2.8
5
Two-Wire Enable control
Figure 2.9
6➊
Two-Wire TB3 control/Keypad or Communication control
Figure 2.10
7
Two-Wire Frequency Select control
Figure 2.11
8
Two-Wire Preset control (Analog Signal Follower Models Only)
Figure 2.12
9
Two-Wire PI control (Analog Signal Follower Models Only)
Figure 2.13
➊ When using Firmware Versions FRN 7.05, 7.04 & 7.03, input modes 2 and 6 are the only modes
which allow a serial option, such as 160-DN2 or 160 RS1, to command the drive to run or stop.
PI Control
Firmware Version FRN 7.06 allows activation of PI control in P46 - [Input Mode]
settings 0 through 7 and 9 listed in Table 2.H. Refer to page 5-17 for PI Control
Setup and Activation instructions.
Users of Firmware Version FRN 7.05 and earlier can only use P46 - [Input Mode]
setting 9 to activate PI control. Refer to page 5-17 for PI Control Setup and
Activation instructions.
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Installation and Wiring
P46 Setting 0 - Three-Wire Control (Factory Default)
This input mode provides a typical three wire control function where a momentary
start input will command the drive to start.
Three-Wire control – Factory Default
Figure 2.4
TB3
5
Reverse
6
Start ➊
7
Common
8
Stop
Note: A contact closure on
terminals 7 and 8 is required
for the controller to respond
to a Start/Run command.
➊ Start input can be a momentary input.
P46 Setting 1 - Two-Wire Run Forward/Run Reverse Control
This input mode provides a typical two wire control function where a maintained
Run Forward or Run Reverse input will provide both a directional and start
command to the drive. Opening the Run Forward or Run Reverse input will
command the drive to stop in accordance with the P34 - [Stop Mode] setting. The
stop switch (TB3-7 and 8) is not required but can be wired as an Auxiliary Stop if
desired.
Two-Wire Run Forward/Run Reverse control
Figure 2.5
TB3
5
Run Reverse
6
Run Forward
7
Common
8
Stop
Note: A contact closure on
terminals 7 and 8 is required
for the controller to respond
to a Start/Run command.
Installation and Wiring
2-13
P46 Setting 2 - Program Keypad or Communication Module Control
This input mode activates the Start and Reverse functions from either the Program
Keypad Module (PKM), Remote Keypad Module, CopyCat Keypad Module or
plug in communication modules and deactivates the Start and Reverse inputs on
the control terminal block (TB3). Note: the frequency reference can be controlled
from the keypad modules or communication modules by setting P59 - [Frequency
Select] to a setting of “1”. The frequency will then be controlled by the value
programmed into P58 - [Internal Frequency].
Program Keypad Module control
Figure 2.6
TB3
5
Reverse ➊
6
Start ➊
7
Common
8
Stop
Note: A contact closure on
terminals 7 and 8 is required
for the controller to respond
to a Start/Run command.
➊ When performing start and reverse operations from the Program Keypad Module, Remote Keypad
Module, CopyCat Keypad Module or plug-in communication modules, the Start and Reverse inputs
from the Control Terminal Block (TB3) are disabled.
P46 Setting 3 - Momentary Run Forward/Run Reverse Control
This input mode allows the drive to respond to either a momentary or maintained
Run Forward or Run Reverse input, but requires a stop input to TB3 terminals 7
and 8 to command the drive to stop. In addition, this is the only input mode that
uses “level triggered” control logic, therefore once the stop command is removed
or if power is lost and restored, the drive will immediately restart if a maintained
Run command is present.
Momentary Run Fwd/Run Rev control
Figure 2.7
TB3
5
Run Reverse ➊
6
Run Forward ➊
7
Common
8
Stop ➋
Note: A contact closure on
terminals 7 and 8 is required
for the controller to respond
to a Start/Run command.
ATTENTION: Hazard of injury exists due to unintended operation.
When P46 - [Input Mode] is set to 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).
➊ A momentary or maintained input can be used. If using maintained inputs, please read the
Attention statement above.
➋ A normally closed maintained input is recommended. See Attention statement above.
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Installation and Wiring
Important:
Settings 4 through 9 provide additional flexibility of TB3 control
input terminal 8.
P46 Setting 4 - Two-Wire Accel/Decel Control
This input mode is similar to Setting 1 except TB3 terminal 8 provides the function
of switching from P30 - [Accel Time 1] and P31 - [Decel Time 1] to P69 - [Accel Time 2]
and P70 - [Decel Time 2] for any commanded frequency reference.
Two-Wire Accel/Decel control
Figure 2.8
TB3
5
Run Reverse
6
Run Forward
7
Common
8
Accel/Decel Select ➊
TB3-8 Open
Accel 2, Decel 2
TB3-8 Closed
Accel 1, Decel 1
➊ TB3 terminal 8 can be used to clear faults. See Figure 2.14 for details.
P46 Setting 5 - Two-Wire Enable Control
This input mode is similar to Setting 1 except TB3 terminal 8 provides the function
of “enable” command. The “enable” input is required for the drive to operate and
if opened during operation the programmed P34 - [Stop Mode] will be overridden
and the motor will coast to rest.
Two-Wire Enable control
Figure 2.9
TB3
5
Run Reverse
6
Run Forward
7
Common
8
Enable ➊
TB3-8 Open
Controller Disabled ➋
TB3-8 Closed
Controller Enabled
➊ TB3 terminal 8 can be used to clear faults. See Figure 2.14 for details.
➋ When this input is in an open state, the motor will coast to rest.
Installation and Wiring
2-15
P46 Setting 6 - Two-Wire TB3 Control/Keypad or Communication Control
This input mode is similar to Setting 1 except TB3 terminal 8 provides the function
of switching the start, reverse and speed reference from the Program Keypad
Module, Remote Keypad Module, CopyCat Keypad Module, or Communication
Module to the control terminal block (TB3).
Two-Wire TB3 control/Keypad or Communication control
Figure 2.10
TB3
5
Run Reverse
6
Run Forward
7
Common
8
TB3/Keypad or
Communication ➊
TB3-8 Open
TB3 Control ➋
TB3-8 Closed
Keypad or
Communication Control
➊ TB3 terminal 8 can be used to clear faults. See Figure 2.14 for details.
➋ When this input is in an open state the Frequency source is always from the terminal block
regardless of the setting of P59 - [Frequency Select].
P46 Setting 7 - Two-Wire Frequency Select Control
This input mode is similar to Setting 1 except TB3 terminal 8 provides the function
of switching the frequency reference from the control terminal block (TB3) to the
frequency commanded by P58 - [Internal Frequency]. For Analog Signal Follower
models this provides the ability to switch from analog control to one preset speed.
For Preset Speed models this provides a ninth preset speed via P58 - [Internal
Frequency].
Two-Wire Frequency Select control
TB3
5
Run Reverse
6
Run Forward
7
Common
8
Frequency Select ➊
Figure 2.11
TB3-8 Open
External (TB3)
Frequency Command
TB3-8 Closed
Internal (P58)
Frequency Command
➊ TB3 terminal 8 can be used to clear faults. See Figure 2.14 for details.
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Installation and Wiring
P46 Setting 8 - Two Wire Preset Speed Control (Analog Models Only)
This input mode is similar to Setting 1 except TB3 terminals 1, 2 and 8 provide
the function of preset speeds. Note: All analog functionality is disabled when using
this input mode setting.
Two-Wire Preset control
Figure 2.12
TB3
1
+10V
2
SW1
3
Common
4
4 – 20 mA input ➊
5
Run Reverse
6
Run Forward
7
Common
8
SW2 ➋
TB3-2 and TB3-8
See Table 2.I below
TB3 Terminal 2 and 8 Switch Definitions
SW2 Position
TB3-8
Open (0)
SW1 Position
TB3-2
Open (0)
Open (0)
Closed (1)
Closed (1)
Open (0)
Closed (1)
Closed (1)
Speed Reference
Parameter 61
(Preset 0)
Parameter 62
(Preset 1)
Parameter 65
(Preset 4)
Parameter 66
(Preset 5)
Table 2.I
Accel Rate
Parameter 30
Decel Rate
Parameter 31
Parameter 30
Parameter 31
Parameter 69
Parameter 70
Parameter 69
Parameter 70
➊ Do not connect to TB3-4 in this mode.
➋ TB3 terminal 8 can be used to clear faults. See Figure 2.14 for details.
Installation and Wiring
2-17
P46 Setting 9 - Two-Wire PI Control (Analog Models Only)
This input mode is similar to Setting 1 except TB3 terminal 8 provides the function
of PI Control.
Two-Wire PI control
Figure 2.13
TB3
TB3
3
Common
4
2
0 – 10V DC
4 – 20 mA
3
Common
5
➊
6
Run Forward
7
Common
8
OR
PI/Internal Frequency ➋
TB3-8 Open
PI
TB3-8 Closed
Internal Frequency
Refer to Chapter 5, 160 PI Control Setup for a detailed PI Control Setup description.
➊ Do not connect to TB3-5 in this mode.
➋ TB3 terminal 8 can be used to clear faults. See Figure 2.14 for details
Important:
For P46 - [Input Mode] settings 4 through 9, Terminal TB3-8 is also
used to clear faults. See figure below for details.
TB3-8 – Clear Faults
Figure 2.14
TB3-8
Closed
TB3-8
Open
Fault
Occurs
Important:
Fault
Clears
Fault
Occurs
Fault
Clears
The system programmer is responsible for returning terminal
TB3-8 to its original state if necessary.
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Installation and Wiring
When connecting a single input such as Run, Stop, Reverse or Preset Speeds to
multiple drives, it is important to connect the commons (TB3-7) 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 TB3-7 should be connected.
Predicting actual performance given the variety of installation possibilities is
difficult, however, up to five drives with two meters of cable between have been
tested without problems.
Typical Multiple Drive Input Connections
TB3
5
6
7
5
Customer Inputs
6
7
Figure 2.15
5
6
7
5
6
7
Optional Ground
Connection
Configurable Relay Output Contacts (P47 Settings)
You can configure the drive’s dry contact Form C output relay to change state based
on P47 - [Output Configure] setting and P48 - [Output Threshold] limits. See Chapter 5
for details.
Configurable Relay Output Contacts
Figure 2.16
TB3
9
Normally Closed
10
Relay Common
11
Normally Open
User Configurable Relay Outputs (Form C Relay)
Resistive Load = 0.4A at 125V AC, 2A at 30V DC
Inductive Load = 0.2A at 125V AC, 1A at 30V DC
To set up, use P47 - [Output Configure]
Frequency Source Wiring
Analog Signal Follower Model
You can control the output frequency of the drive via the Control Terminal Block
(TB3) using the following methods.
Analog Frequency Sources
Important:
Only one 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.
Installation and Wiring
±10V or 0 – 10V DC Frequency Control/Speed Control
2-19
Figure 2.17
TB3
2
±10V or 0 – 10V DC
If calibration is required, use
parameters 16, 59, 60, 74, 75, 76
3
Common
Controller Input Impedance = 100k Ohms
4 – 20 mA Frequency Control/Speed Control
Figure 2.18
TB3
3
Common
If calibration is required, use
parameters 16, 59, 60, 74, 75, 76
4
4 – 20 mA
Controller Input Impedance = 250 Ohms
Potentiometer Frequency Control/Speed Control
Figure 2.19
TB3
1
10V DC Supply
2
Wiper
3
Common
If calibration is required, use
parameters 16, 59, 60, 74, 75, 76
10k Ohms, 2 Watt Linear Taper
When connecting a single potentiometer to multiple drives it is important to connect
commons (TB3-3) together for all drives. TB3-3 (common) and TB3-2
(potentiometer wiper) should be daisy-chained to each drive. All drives must be
powered up for the analog signal to be read correctly. Predicting actual performance
given the variety of installation possibilities is difficult, however, up to five drives
with two meters of cable between have been tested without problems.
Typical Multiple Drive Analog Connection
TB3
1
2
3
1
2
3
Figure 2.20
1
2
3
1
2
3
Optional Ground
Connection
Preset Frequency Sources
The Analog Signal Follower model has a special input mode, P46 setting 8 that
allows the drive to be operated via preset speed inputs. See Figure 2.12 and Table
2.I for details.
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Installation and Wiring
Preset Speed Model
You can control the output frequency of the drive via the Control Terminal Block
(TB3) using dry contacts or open collector inputs to SW1, SW2, and SW3 (see
Figure 2.21).
Important:
Refer to parameters 61 – 68 in Chapter 5 for the eight preset
frequency factory default settings and switch configurations. A
program keypad module is required to change the factory default
settings.
TB3 Control Wiring for Preset Speed Model
Figure 2.21
TB3
1
SW1 ➊
2
SW2 ➊
3
Common ➋
4
SW3 ➊
To select/program preset speeds,
use parameters 61 – 68
➊ Internal 12V supply. Contact closure or open collector input required. Refer to Appendix A for solid
state control input specifications.
➋ Control signal cable length is highly dependent on electrical environment and installation practices.
To improve noise immunity, TB3 Common must be connected to ground terminal/protective earth.
For control wiring installations greater than 15 meters (50 feet) in length, an optional 24V DC
interface module is recommended. See Appendix A for ordering information.
Analog and Preset Models
Internal Frequency Source
Both the Analog Signal Follower and Preset Speed models have the provision for
frequency control via P58 - [Internal Frequency]. This is accomplished by setting
P59 - [Frequency Select] to a value of 1. See Chapter 5 for a description of these
parameters.
What To Do Next
You should become familiar with the Program Keypad Module operation in
Chapter 3 if you need to change any factory default parameter settings for your
application.
Then proceed to Chapter 4, Start-Up and follow the flow diagram. After applying
power, you can program parameters if necessary. Refer to Table 5.A for a list of
commonly changed parameters.
Chapter
3
Program Keypad Module
The Program Keypad Module is located on the front panel of the drive. This module
is only operational when it is installed directly on the drive.
Features
The Program Keypad Module provides the following features:
• 6-digit, 7-segment LED display
• Program Mode Indicator
• Five keys for programming and displaying drive parameters
• Three keys for control inputs to the drive
• Two directional LED indicators
Program Keypad Module
Figure 3.1
Parameter Number Display
Indicates which Display or Program Group parameter is active.
Parameter Value/Fault Number
Displays the parameter value or fault code number.
Program Mode Indicator
Flashes when in program mode.
Control Inputs and Indicators
Direction, Start, Stop (Stop is always active).
Important:
To activate Direction and Start inputs, P46 - [Input Mode]
must be set to 2. Power must be cycled or P56 - [Reset
Functions] must be set to 2 for the change to take effect.
Display Mode
The drive always powers up in the Display mode. While in this mode you may
view all read only drive parameters, but not modify them.
Program Mode
You enter the Program mode by pressing the ESCape key. While in this mode,
you can edit Program Group parameters by pressing the SELect key. The Program
Mode Indicator will flash (see Figure 3.1) indicating the parameter value can be
changed. The Enter key (↵) must be pressed to write the new value to memory.
Refer to Chapter 5 for programming steps.
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Program Keypad Module
Key Functions
Escape
The ESCape key allows you to toggle between the Display and Program modes.
When the Program mode is active, this key will disable the editing of a parameter
value.
Select
The SELect key enables editing of a parameter value when the Program mode is
active. When you press this key, the Program Mode Indicator flashes.
Up/Down Arrow Keys
Use the Up/Down Arrow keys to scroll through a list of parameters, or
increase and decrease parameter values. Press and hold either key to increase
scrolling speed. Real time frequency adjustment can be achieved when using
P58 - [Internal Frequency] and P59 - [Frequency Select]. Refer to Chapter 5 for further
information.
Enter
Pressing this key causes the current value displayed to be entered into memory
(only while in the Program mode). When you press this key, the Program Mode
Indicator remains on, but stops flashing.
Direction LEDs (Indicators)
The appropriate LED will illuminate continuously to indicate the commanded
direction of rotation. If the second LED is flashing, the drive has been commanded
to change direction, but is still decelerating.
Important:
Actual motor rotation could be different if motor leads are not
connected properly. Refer to Chapter 4 for details on how to verify
correct motor rotation.
Reverse (Change Direction)
This function is only active when P46 - [Input Mode] is set to 2. When active, pressing
this key causes the motor to ramp down to 0 Hz and then ramp up to its set speed
in the opposite direction. When the motor is running, pressing this key causes the
(currently illuminated) LED to flash, indicating motor rotation while decelerating
to zero. The other LED will illuminate indicating the commanded direction.
Start
This function is only active when P46 - [Input Mode] is set to 2. When active, pressing
this key initiates a start command.
Stop
Pressing the Stop key will cause the motor to stop, using the selected stop mode.
Refer to the P34 - [Stop Mode] parameter. If the drive has stopped due to a fault,
pressing this key will clear the fault.
Important:
The Stop key is always active in all control modes.
Program Keypad Module
3-3
Module Removal and Installation
ATTENTION: Ensure that you disconnect line power and wait three
minutes before installing or removing the Program Keypad Module.
Failure to do so could result in personal injury or death.
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 Publication 8000-4.5.2, “Guarding Against Electrostatic
Damage” or any other applicable ESD protection handbook.
Removal
Insert a small screw driver into the slot at top of keypad. Carefully pry back and
pivot the module out. Avoid bending or twisting the contact pins located underneath
the center portion of the module.
Figure 3.2
ES
C
SE
L
Removing Program Keypad Module
3-4
Program Keypad Module
Installation
1. Insert the module, bottom end first, into the drive.
2. Press on the
symbol at the top of the module until it is firmly seated.
It is critical that the Program Keypad Module is firmly seated to ensure circuit
integrity.
Installing Program Keypad Module
Figure 3.3
Chapter
4
Start-Up
Start-Up Procedures
This chapter guides you through a basic start-up of the drive using factory default
parameter settings. The objective is to verify power and control wiring, set motor
direction, control motor speed and prepare you for programming parameters
(tuning) if necessary. Refer to Chapter 5 for a complete listing and description of
parameters and programming information.
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 by opening the branch
circuit disconnect device and correct the malfunction before
continuing.
Start-Up Checklist
Verify that the drive is installed per the instructions in Chapter 2, including…
• Drive is mounted on a flat, vertical and level surface.
• Minimum clearance distance between drive and other equipment.
• Proper grounding practices have been followed.
• Proper power and control wiring has been used.
• No external power applied to control inputs.
Verify that AC line power at the disconnect device is within the rated value of the drive.
Disconnect and lock out all incoming power to the drive including incoming
AC power to terminals R, S and T (L1, L2 and L3) of TB1.
ATTENTION: A DC Bus voltage may be present at TB1 and TB2 for approximately
three minutes after power is removed from the drive.
Verify that the motor leads are connected to the power terminal block TB2, terminals U, V, W (T1, T2, T3).
IMPORTANT: Verify that a closed contact input is present at TB3-8. See Chapter 2, Control Wiring for details
onTB3-8 functionality when using P46 - [Input Mode] settings 4 through 9.
Confirm that all other control inputs are connected to the correct terminals and are secure.
Remove debris label and reconnect power to drive.
continued on next page
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Start-Up
continued from previous page
Program Keypad Module, Remote Keypad Module or
CopyCat Keypad Module Procedure
Ready/Fault Indicating Panel Procedure
The green Ready indicator will illuminate.
Use inputs to TB3 to operate the drive.
P01- [Output Frequency] will display. If drive has been previously
powered up, a different parameter may display.
Important: To enable the Start and Reverse keys on the Program
Keypad Module, set P46 - [Input Mode] to 2 and cycle power (or
set P56 - [Reset Function] to 2). Refer to P56 in Chapter 5.
Analog Signal Follower Model
Preset Speed Model
Set the frequency source to its minimum setting.
Select P61 - [Preset Frequency 0] by removing all inputs to SW1,
SW2, and SW3 on TB3 (see Figure 2.21). The factory default
setting for P61 - [Preset Frequency 0] is 3 Hz.
If you are using a Program Keypad Module, verify that
the Clockwise LED is illuminated. If you are using a
Ready/Fault Indicating Panel, verify that the Reverse input to
TB3 is in the Open position.
Issue a Start command from the Program Keypad Module or
TB3. Drive fan will energize (some models).
If you are using a Program Keypad Module, verify that the
Clockwise LED is illuminated. If you are using a Ready/Fault
Indicating Panel, verify that the Reverse input to TB3 is in the
Open position.
Issue a Start command from the Program Keypad Module
or TB3. Check the direction of motor rotation.
Drive fan will energize (some models).
Slowly increase the speed until the motor begins to turn.
Check the direction of motor rotation.
Issue a Stop command from the Program Keypad Module or TB3.
❶ Start-up is complete!
Yes
Issue a Stop command from the Program Keypad Module or TB3.
Direction of Motor Rotation Correct?
No
Disconnect and lock out all incoming power to
TB1 terminals R, S and T (L1, L2, and L3).
ATTENTION: A DC Bus voltage may be present at the power
terminal blocks TB1 and TB2 for approximately three minutes after
power is removed from the drive.
Switch any two of the three motor leads connected to TB2, terminals
U, V and W (T1, T2 and T3). Reconnect power. Check rotation.
❶
After successfully completing start-up, proceed to Chapter 5. If you need to change any factory
defaults, you will need a Program Keypad Module or other type of Communication Module.
Chapter
5
Parameters and Programming
Overview of Parameters
This chapter describes both Display and Program parameters. Display parameters
are read only (they cannot be programmed), while Program parameters can be
changed to fit your motor control requirements. A Program Keypad Module,
Remote Keypad Module or CopyCat Keypad Module allow you to view or change
parameters. Communication Modules (RS1, DN1 or DN2) allow you to view or
change parameters with an additional device. A Ready/Fault Indicating Panel
cannot be used to view or change parameters. The table below describes which
parameters apply to the Preset Speed and Analog Signal Follower models.
Parameter Type
Analog Signal Follower Model
Parameter Numbers
Preset Speed Model
Parameter Numbers
Display
1 – 19
1 – 15, 17 – 19
Program
30 – 62, 65, 66, 69 – 76, 78 – 84
30 – 59, 61 – 73, 78 – 80
Some parameters pertain only to either the Analog Signal Follower or Preset Speed
model, not both.
⇐ Indicates that parameter applies only to the Analog Signal Follower Model
⇐ Indicates that parameter applies only to the Preset Speed Model
Review the factory default settings. These parameters can be changed to meet your
specific application requirements with any of the following: Program Keypad
Module, Remote Keypad Module or CopyCat Keypad Module. The table below
provides a list of parameters that are frequently changed.
Commonly Changed Parameters
Table 5.A
Parameter
Setting
Default Setting
P30 - [Accel Time 1]
Desired accel time.
10.0 sec
P31 - [Decel Time 1]
Desired decel time.
10.0 sec
P33 - [Maximum Frequency]
Maximum frequency required.
60 Hz
P34 - [Stop Mode Select]
Desired stopping mode.
0
P35 - [Base Frequency]
Motor rated nameplate frequency.
60 Hz
P36 - [Base Voltage]
Motor rated nameplate voltage.
460V or 230V
P38 - [Boost Select]
Desired V/F boost setting.
2
P42 - [Motor Overload Current]
Motor nameplate Full Load Amps (FLA).
115%
P43 - [Current Limit]
Desired maximum output current.
150%
P46 - [Input Mode]
Desired control method.
0
P47 - [Output Configure]
Desired output relay function.
0
P56 - [Reset Functions]
Desired drive reset description.
0
P58 - [Internal Frequency]
Desired internal frequency.
60.0 Hz
P59 - [Frequency Select]
Desired frequency source.
0
P61 – P68 - [Preset Frequency 0-7] Desired preset frequencies.
0-7
P74 – P76 - [Analog Input]
0, 0.0, 100.0%
Desired analog input functionality.
Refer to the Programming Example on the next page for instructions.
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Parameters and Programming
Important Reset Actions
You must set P56 - [Reset Functions] to 2 or cycle power after changing the setting
of P46 - [Input Mode] for the change to take effect.
If you reset to factory defaults, you cannot use the Program Keypad Module for
start or reverse control until it is selected using P46 setting 2. Note: P56 - [Reset
Functions] must be set to 2 or power must be cycled for the change to take effect.
Important:
If you cycle power, you must wait a minimum of one minute for
the bus to discharge to zero to ensure the change has taken effect.
An F48 - Reprogram Fault can be cleared using the Program Keypad Module, Remote
Keypad Module or CopyCat Keypad Module stop button or by cycling input to
TB3-8.
Programming Example
The following is an example of the programming steps required to change a
Program Group parameter setting. In this example, P31 - [Decel Time] is changed
from its factory default setting of 10.0 seconds to 2.2 seconds. Refer to Chapter 3
for an explanation of the Program Keypad Module display and programming keys.
Important:
Action
To reset ALL values to original factory default settings, refer to
P56 - [Reset Defaults].
Description
1. To program the value of a Program Group
parameter, enter the Program Group by
pressing the ESCape key. The Program Mode
Indicator will illuminate.
2. Press the Up/Down keys until the desired
parameter displays. In this case, press the Up
key until P31 - [Decel Time] displays.
3. Press SELect. The Program Mode Indicator
flashes, indicating that you can use the Up/Down
keys to change the parameter value.
4. Change the decel time value from the factory
default of 10.0 seconds to 2.2 seconds by
pressing the Down key until 2.2 displays.
Important: Continuously holding the Up or
Down key will cause the value to increase or
decrease as long as the key is pressed.
5. When the desired value displays, press the
Enter key. This writes the new value to memory.
The Program Mode Indicator will stop flashing
and the display will flash once indicating that the
new value has been accepted.
Important: If at any time (while in the program
mode) you wish to abort the editing process,
press the ESCape key. The original value of the
parameter will remain unchanged and you will
be exited from the Program mode.
Keypad Display
Parameters and Programming
5-3
Display Group Parameters (Read Only)
This group of parameters consists of commonly viewed drive operating conditions
such as output frequency, output voltage, output current and frequency command.
All parameters in this group are read only.
Important:
The last user-selected Display Group parameter is saved when
power is removed and is displayed by default when power is
reapplied.
Display Group (Read Only)
No.
Parameter Name/Description
01
Min./Max. Range
0.0/240.0
Units
0.1 Hz
0/Max Voltage
1 Volt
0/2 x Drive Rated
Output Current
0.01A
0/2 x Rated Drive
Output Power
0.01 kW
1 Volt
Displays the DC Bus Voltage level.
0/400 - 230V
0/800 - 460V
[Frequency Command]
0.0/240.0
0.1 Hz
0/48
Numeric Value
69/150
1 Degree C
0000/1011
Binary Number
Numeric Value
Numeric Value
Fixed Value
Numeric Value
[Output Frequency]
Displays the output frequency at TB2 terminals U, V & W (T1, T2 & T3).
02
[Output Voltage]
Displays the output voltage present at TB2 terminals U, V & W (T1, T2 & T3).
03
[Output Current]
Displays the output current present at TB2 terminals U, V & W (T1, T2 & T3).
04
[Output Power]
Displays the output power present at TB2 terminals U, V & W (T1, T2 & T3).
05
06
[Bus Voltage]
Displays the frequency that the drive is commanded to output. This command
may come from any of the frequency sources selected by
P59 - [Frequency Select] or from a currently selected preset frequency.
07
[Active Fault]
Displays the coded active fault number. If a fault is currently active (has not
been cleared) the display will flash. After fault condition is cleared, display
will read zero. Refer to P17, P18, and P19 for fault history. See Chapter 6
for fault code descriptions.
08
[Heatsink Temperature]
Displays the temperature of the drive heatsink.
Note: A display value of 69 indicates a temperature of less than 70°C.
09
[Drive Status]
Displays the status of the drive in
a binary coded format.
Important:
0 = Inactive, 1 = Active.
10
Bit 3 Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
Running
Forward
Accel
Decel
[Drive Type]
Used by Rockwell Automation field service personnel.
11
[Firmware Version]
Displays version of drive firmware. Used by Rockwell Automation field
service personnel.
5-4
Parameters and Programming
Display Group (Read Only)
No.
Parameter Name/Description
12
[Input Status]
Min./Max. Range
0000/1111
Units
Binary Number
0.0/180.0
0.1 degrees
Numeric Value
Numeric Value
Preset –
0000/0111
Binary Number
Displays the open (0) and closed (1) state of the inputs to TB3 in binary coded
format as follows:
Input Mode 0
(3-Wire)
Input Mode 1
(2-Wire)
Input Mode 2
(Keypad)
Input Mode 3
(Mom. Run Fwd./Rev.)
Input Mode 4
(Accel/Decel)
Input Mode 5
(Coast to Rest)
Input Mode 6
(TB3 Control/
Keypad or Comm.)
Input Mode 7
(Frequency Select)
Input Mode 8 ➊
(SF1 Preset Speed)
Input Mode 9
(2-Wire PI control)
Bit 3
Polarity
0=
Positive
Analog
Input
1=
Negative
Analog
Input
Bit 2
TB3-6
Start
Bit 1
TB3-8
Stop
Bit 0
TB3-5
Reverse
Run
Forward
N/A
Stop
Run
Reverse
N/A
Run
Forward
Run
Forward
Run
Forward
Run
Forward
Stop
0 = TB3 Control
1 = Keypad or Comm.
Run
Reverse
Run
Reverse
Run
Reverse
Run
Reverse
Run
Forward
Run
Forward
Run
Forward
0 = Analog Frequency Select
1 = Internal Frequency Select
0 = Open
1 = Closed
0 = PI
1 = Internal Frequency Select
Run
Reverse
Run
Reverse
Run
Reverse
Stop
0 = Accel 2/Decel 2
1 = Accel 1/Decel 1
Coast to Rest Stop
➊ Status of Bit 3 for Input Mode 8 is TB3-2 is: 0 = Open, 1 = Closed.
13
[Power Factor Angle]
Displays the angle in electrical degrees between motor voltage and motor current.
14
[Memory Probe Display]
Used by Rockwell Automation field service personnel.
15
[Preset Status]
Displays the open (0) and closed (1)
state of TB3 inputs SW1, SW2 and
SW3 in binary coded format.
Bit 3 Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
SW1
SW2
SW3
Not Used
16
[Analog Input]
Displays the analog input as a percent of full scale. Used in setting P60 - [Zero
Offset], P75 - [Analog Input Minimum], and P76 - [Analog Input Maximum].
Important: On initial set up of the drive, apply a 0V or 4 mA analog command to
the drive. Once applied, if the value of this parameter displays
something other than zero, program that value into P60 - [Zero Offset].
Please note that the value of [Zero Offset] will be subtracted from the
value of this parameter.
This parameter applies only to the Analog Signal Follower model.
This TB3 input applies only to the Preset Speed model.
Analog –
0000/0011
–150.0/+150.0
0.1%
Parameters and Programming
Display Group (Read Only)
No.
Parameter Name/Description
17
5-5
Min./Max. Range Units
0/48
Numeric Value
[Fault Buffer 0]
This parameter stores the last fault that occurred. If the same fault occurs multiple times in
a row, it will be stored once. After a “reset defaults” (P56) this will set this parameter to
F48 - Reprogram Fault. As faults occur, the previous value of this parameter is moved to
P18 - [Fault Buffer 1].
18
[Fault Buffer 1]
0/48
Numeric Value
0/48
Numeric Value
This parameter stores the second most recent fault that occurred. After a “reset defaults”
(P56) this will set this parameter to 0 (No active fault). As faults occur, the value of this
parameter will be overwritten by P17 - [Fault Buffer 0]. The previous value of this parameter
is moved to P19 - [Fault Buffer 2].
19
[Fault Buffer 2]
This parameter stores the third most recent fault that occurred. After a “reset defaults” (P56)
this will set this parameter to 0 (No active fault). As faults occur, the value of this parameter
will be overwritten by P18 - [Fault Buffer 1].
Program Group Parameters
This group contains parameters whose values can be programmed. Refer to
Programming Example earlier in this chapter. Unless otherwise stated, parameters
that are programmed while the drive is running take immediate effect.
Program Group
No.
Parameter Name/Description
30
[Accel Time 1]
Min./Max.
Range
0.0/600.0
Time for the drive to ramp from 0.0 Hz. to P33 - [Maximum Frequency]. The rate
is linear for any increase in command frequency unless P53 - [S-Curve] is set to
a value other than “0”. Setting this to 0.0 sec. gives 0.1 sec acceleration with the
initial current limit turned off. This allows quicker acceleration times for low inertia
systems. For medium to high inertia systems, the minimum value should be 0.1
sec.
Maximum
Frequency
0
Accel Time
0
n
atio
Acc
eler
eler
atio
n
Dec
Speed
Time
Decel Time
Units
0.1
Seconds
Factory
Default
10.0
Seconds
5-6
Parameters and Programming
Program Group
No.
Parameter Name/Description
31
[Decel Time 1]
Min./Max.
Range
➊/600.0
Units
0.1
Seconds
Factory
Default
10.0
Seconds
0/240
1 Hz
0 Hz
0/240
1 Hz
60 Hz
0/3
Numeric
Value
0
10/240
1 Hz
60 Hz
Time for the drive to ramp from P33 - [Maximum Frequency] to 0.0 Hz. The rate
is linear for any decrease in command frequency unless P53 - [S-Curve] is set
to a value other than 0.
➊ Minimum deceleration time must be set based on the applied motor size.
To guard against premature drive failure, do not set P31 - [Decel Time 1] or
P70 - [Decel Time 2] below the minimum value listed in the table below.
230 and 460V
Motor Sizes
4.0 kW (5 HP)
2.2 kW (3 HP)
1.5 kW (2 HP)
0.75 kW (1 HP)
0.55 kW (0.75 HP)
0.37 kW (0.5 HP)
32 ➋
Minimum Deceleration Settings
0.7 seconds
0.6 seconds
0.2 seconds
0.1 seconds
0.1 seconds
0.1 seconds
[Minimum Frequency]
Lowest frequency that drive will output continuously.
33 ➋
[Maximum Frequency]
Highest frequency the drive will output.
This parameter cannot be changed while running. The value of this parameter
setting must be greater than the value set in P32 - [Minimum Frequency].
34
[Stop Mode Select]
Determines stopping mode used by the drive when a stop is initiated. Refer to
the P44 - [DC Hold Time] and P45 - [DC Hold Voltage] diagrams.
Settings:
0 Ramp to Stop
1 Coast to Stop
2 DC Injection Braking
3 DC Injection Braking (w/Auto Shutoff) – works the same as standard DC injection
braking except that it may shut off before the P44 - [DC Hold Time]. This occurs
if the drive is out of current limit before the P44 - [DC Hold Time] expires.
35
[Base Frequency]
Set value to rated nameplate frequency of motor. A Program Keypad Module,
Remote Keypad Module or CopyCat Keypad Module is required if P35 must be
changed to 50 Hz.
20/460 for
460 for
1 Volt
460V units &
460V units &
Set value to rated nameplate voltage of motor.
230 for
20/230 for
230V units
230V units
20/510 for
460 for
1 Volt
37
[Maximum Voltage]
460V units &
460V units &
Sets the highest voltage that the drive will output. P37 - [Maximum Voltage] must 20/255 for
230 for
be greater than or equal to P36 - [Base Voltage].
230V units
230V units
➋The analog inputs to the drive (i.e. 4-20mA, 0 to +10 V, or remote potentiometer) can be scaled to P32 - [Minimum Frequency] and
P33 - [Maximum Frequency] by programming P75 - [Analog Input Minimum] and P76 - [Analog Input Maximum].
36
[Base Voltage]
Parameters and Programming
5-7
Program Group
No.
Parameter Name/Description
38
[Boost Select]
Min./Max.
Range
0/12
Sets the boost voltage and redefines the Volts per Hz curve. Settings 0 – 8 can
provide increased torque at low frequency. Settings 9 – 12 are used to reduce
energy consumption.
Setting
1/2 Base Volts
50
9
10
11
12
1/2
Base Freq.
% [Base Voltage]
100
8
See
Settings 1-8
1
0
50
% [Base Frequency]
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Setting
9
10
100 11
12
Units
Numeric
Value
Factory
Default
2
Boost Voltage
(% of [Base Voltage])
0
2.5
5.0
7.5
10.0
12.5
15.0
17.5
20.0
Fan/Pump Curves ➊
45.0
40.0
35.0
30.0
➊ Break Point Voltages in percent of [Base Voltage]
39
[Skip Frequency]
0/240
1 Hz
240 Hz
0/30
1 Hz
0 Hz
Works in conjunction with P40 - [Skip Frequency Band] creating a range of
frequencies at which the drive will not operate continuously.
Frequency
Controller
tpu
Ou
t
Command
Frequency
Frequency
Skip
Frequency
Setting
2 x P40
[Skip Freq Band]
Setting
Time
40
[Skip Frequency Band]
Determines the band around the P39 - [Skip Frequency] parameter. The actual
band width will be 2 times P40 - [Skip Frequency Band] - 1/2 the band above and
1/2 the band below. A value of zero will disable the skip frequency.
5-8
Parameters and Programming
Program Group
No.
Parameter Name/Description
41
[Motor Overload Select]
Min./Max.
Range
0/2
Bulletin 160 provides Class 10 overload protection. Settings 0 – 2 select the
derating factor for the I2t overload function.
Setting
0
1
2
Derate Level
No Derate
Min. Derate
Max. Derate
Min Derate
60
40
20
0
25 50 75 100 125 150 175 200
% of Base Speed
% of [Overload Curent] Setting
% of [Overload Curent] Setting
% of [Overload Curent] Setting
100
80
0
Factory
Default
0
10:1 speed range
4:1 speed range, derate below 25% of base speed
2:1 speed range, derate below 50% of base speed
No Derate
100
Units
Numeric
Value
100
80
60
40
20
0
0
25 50 75 100 125 150 175 200
% of Base Speed
Max Derate
Settings
0 = No Derating
1 = Minimum Derating
2 = Maximum Derating
80
60
40
20
0
0
25 50 75 100 125 150 175 200
% of Base Speed
42
[Motor Overload Current]
Set to motor nameplate Full Load Amps (FLA).
43
[Current Limit]
Maximum output current allowed before current limiting occurs. Value set in
percent of drive rated output current.
44
[DC Hold Time]
The time that P45 - [DC Hold Voltage] will be applied to the motor when P34 [Stop Mode Select] is set to either “DC Injection Braking” or “Ramp to Stop.”
0.1/200% of
Drive Rating
0.01A
1/180% of
Drive Rating
1%
115% of
Drive
Rating
150%
0.0/25.0
0.1
Seconds
0.0
Seconds
Parameters and Programming
5-9
Program Group
No.
Parameter Name/Description
45
[DC Hold Voltage]
Min./Max.
Range
0/115
Units
1 Volt
Factory
Default
0 Volts
DC Voltage level applied to the motor during braking when P34 - [Stop Mode
Select] is set to either DC Injection Braking or Ramp to Stop mode.
If the current exceeds P43 - [Current Limit] the voltage applied to the motor will
be less than this setting.
Ramp-to-Stop Mode
DC Injection Braking Mode
Voltage
Vo
lta
ge
Volts/Speed
Volts/Speed
[DC Hold Time]
Spe
ed
Speed
[DC Hold Time]
[DC Hold Voltage]
[DC Hold Voltage]
Stop Command
46
Time
[Input Mode]
Configures the TB3 control inputs for various 3-wire or 2-wire control schemes.
Also enables/disables the Program Keypad Module, Remote Keypad Module or
CopyCat Keypad Module input control. See Chapter 2 for wiring diagrams and
descriptions of settings.
Important: The method used to activate PI control is dependent upon Firmware
Version. Refer to 5-17 for PI Control Setup and Activation
instructions.
Important: This parameter cannot be programmed while the drive is running.
In addition, power must be cycled or P56 - [Reset Function] must be
set to 2 for the change to take effect.
Settings: 0 = 3-wire control ➊
1 = 2-wire control ➊
2 = Program Keypad Module, Remote Keypad Module,
CopyCat Keypad Module, or Communication control ➊
3 = Momentary Run Forward/ Run Reverse control ➊
4 = 2-wire Accel/Decel control
5 = 2-wire Coast to Rest control ➊
6 = 2-wire TB3 Control/Keypad or Communication control
7 = 2-wire Frequency Select control
8 = 2-wire Preset control ➋
9 = 2-wire PI control ➋
➊
A contact closure on TB3 Terminal 7 and 8 is required for the drive
to respond to a Run command.
➋ Only available in Analog Signal Follower model.
Stop Command
0/9
Time
Numeric
Value
0
5-10
Parameters and Programming
Program Group
No.
Parameter Name/Description
47
[Output Configure]
Min./Max.
Range
0/10
Configures the TB3 relay output functionality.
Setting
0
Drive Ready/Faulted
48
1
2
3
4
5
At Frequency
Motor Running
Reverse
Motor Overload
Ramp Regulated
6
Above Frequency
7
Above Current
8
Above DC Bus Voltage
9
10
Retries Exhausted
Above Power Factor
Angle
0
0/815
Numeric
Value
0
2.0/8.0
0.1 kHz
4.0 kHz
0/9
Numeric
Value
0
Determines the on/off point for the TB3 output relay when P47 - [Output Configure]
is set to 6, 7, 8, and 10.
49
Factory
Default
Output Changes State When . . .
Energized and returns to shelf state when power is
removed or a fault occurs.
Drive reaches commanded frequency.
The motor is receiving power from drive.
Drive is commanded to run in the reverse direction.
A motor overload condition exists.
The ramp regulator is modifying the programmed accel/
decel times to avoid an overcurrent or overvoltage fault
from occurring.
The drive exceeds the frequency value set in
P48 - [Output Threshold].
Drive exceeds the value set in P48 - [Output Threshold].
Important: Value for P48 - [Output Threshold] must be
entered in percent of drive rated output current.
Drive exceeds the DC bus voltage value set in
P48 - [Output Threshold].
Number of retries for P50 - [Restart Tries] is exceeded.
Power Factor angle exceeds the value set in
P48 - [Output Threshold].
[Output Threshold]
Setting
6
7
8
10
Units
Numeric
Value
Ranges
0 to 240 Hz
0 to 180%
0 to 815 Volts
0 to 180˚
[PWM Frequency]
% Output Current (A)
Carrier frequency for the PWM output waveform. The chart below provides
derating guidelines based on the PWM frequency setting.
100
98
96
94
92
90
88
86
84
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Carrier Frequency (kHz)
Important: Ignoring derating guidelines can cause reduced drive performance.
50
[Restart Tries]
Maximum number of times the drive will attempt to reset a fault.
Faults 03 – 20 will automatically reset according to this parameter setting.
Parameters and Programming
5-11
Program Group
No.
Parameter Name/Description
51
[Restart Time]
Min./Max.
Range
0.0/300.0
Time between restart attempts.
If this parameter and P50 - [Restart Tries] are both set to zero, and P46 - [Input
Mode] is not set to 3, the auto fault clear feature is enabled. This feature
automatically clears overvoltage, undervoltage, and overtemperature faults 1
second after the fault condition is removed.
If this parameter is set to zero and P50 - [Restart Tries] is not zero, then the time
between restart attempts is 1 second.
52
[DB Enable]
Units
0.1
Seconds
Factory
Default
10.0
Seconds
0/100
Numeric
Value
0
0/10
Numeric
Value
0
Enables/disables external dynamic braking.
Setting “0” = Disable. Settings 1 through 100 = % duty cycle braking.
ATTENTION: The 160 Dynamic Brake Module is rated for 5%
duty cycle. Use of this package above 5% should not be used and
voids the UL rating of this device. When setting this parameter
to a value above 5% duty cycle, the resistor must be sized to avoid
overheating of the resistor package.
This parameter cannot be programmed while the drive is running.
53
[S-Curve]
Enables a fixed shape S-Curve. See formula below:
Formula:
S-Curve Time = Accel or Decel Time x S-Curve Setting (in percent) ➊
➊ See values below.
Example:
Accel Time = 10 Seconds
S-Curve Setting = 3
S-Curve Time = 10 x 0.3 = 3 Seconds
Important: Maximum S-Curve time is 60 seconds.
1/2 S-Curve
1/2 S-Curve
Time
Time
1/2 S-Curve
1/2 S-Curve
Time
Time
Enabled
Disabled
Accel Time
Decel Time
S-Curve Setting
0
= 0%
1
= 10%
2
= 20%
3
= 30%
4
= 40%
5
= 50%
6
= 60%
7
= 70%
8
= 80%
9
= 90%
10
= 100%
5-12
Parameters and Programming
Program Group
No.
Parameter Name/Description
54
[Clear Fault]
Min./Max.
Range
0/1
Setting this parameter to a 1 performs a fault reset. When the fault reset function
is complete, the value is automatically set back to 0.
This parameter cannot be programmed while the drive is running.
55
56
Units
Numeric
Value
Factory
Default
0
Used by Rockwell Automation field service personnel.
Numeric
Value
Numeric
Value
Numeric
Value
[Reset Functions]
0/2
Numeric
Value
0
0/1
Numeric
Value
0
0.0/240.0
0.1 Hz
60.0 Hz
0/1
Numeric
Value
0
–50.0/+ 50.0
Numeric
Value
0%
[Memory Probe Address]
Drive parameters and their associated defaults are reset according to the
following descriptions:
Settings:
0 Idle State
1 Reset defaults (restores all parameter settings to factory defaults).
2 Update Input Mode (restores the drive to most recent programmed
P46 - [Input Mode] setting).
After the reset/update function is complete, this parameter will set itself back to
a “0.” This parameter cannot be programmed while the drive is running.
Important: For setting 1 only, an F48 - Reprogram Fault will occur and must be
cleared by cycling the Stop input to the drive. P46 - [Input Mode]
factory defaults to 3-wire control. If using keypad control, change
parameter setting back to a 2 to regain program keypad control,
cycle power or use P56 Setting 2 again.
57
[Program Lock]
When set to 1, all parameters will be protected against change by unauthorized
personnel.
58
[Internal Frequency]
When P59 - [Frequency Select] is set to a 1, this parameter will provide the drive
frequency command. This parameter will change the frequency command in “Real
time” using the up/down arrow keys. Maximum value is set in P33 - [Maximum
Frequency].
Important: Follow normal programming procedures. Once the desired
command frequency is reached, the Enter key must be pressed to
store this value to EEPROM memory. If the ESC key is used before
the Enter key, the frequency will return to the original value following
the normal accel/decel curve.
59
[Frequency Select]
Selects the source of the frequency command for the drive.
Settings: 0 = External frequency command from the Control Terminal Block (TB3)
1 = Internal frequency command from P58 - [Internal Frequency].
60
[Zero Offset]
Used to add or subtract any system offset to the analog input.
See P16 - [Analog Input] for additional information.
Important: This parameter cannot be programmed while the drive is running.
This parameter applies only to the Analog Signal Follower model.
Parameters and Programming
5-13
Program Group
No.
Min./Max.
Range
0.0/240.0
Parameter Name/Description
[Preset Frequency 0-7]
Units
0.1 Hz
Factory
Default
See Table
The programmed value sets the frequency that the drive outputs when selected.
Refer to Chapter 2, Figure 2.21 for the Preset Speed model control wiring diagram.
Preset Speed Model Only
Signal Follower
Model Only
(Input Mode 8)
Preset Freq.
Default
TB3-4
(SW3)
TB3-2
(SW2)
TB3-1
(SW1)
TB3-8
(SW2)
TB3-2
(SW1)
61
Preset 0
3.0 Hz
0
0
0
0
0
62
Preset 1
20.0 Hz
0
0
1
0
1
63
Preset 2
30.0 Hz
0
1
0
N/A
N/A
64
Preset 3
40.0 Hz
0
1
1
N/A
N/A
65
Preset 4
45.0 Hz
1
0
0
1
0
66
Preset 5
50.0 Hz
1
0
1
1
1
67
Preset 6
55.0 Hz
1
1
0
N/A
N/A
68
Preset 7
60.0 Hz
1
1
1
N/A
N/A
Accel ➊
Decel ➊
P30
[Accel Time 1]
P31
[Decel Time 1]
P69
[Accel Time 2]
P70
[Decel Time 2]
➊ When using P46 - [Input Mode] setting 4, the Accel and Decel times are selected by providing an input to TB3-8.
See Chapter 2, Figure 2.12 for additional information.
69
[Accel Time 2]
0.0/600.0
0.1 Sec.
20.0
Seconds
➋/600.0
0.1 Sec.
20.0
Seconds
Time for the drive to ramp from 0.0 Hz to P33 - [Maximum Frequency]. The rate
is linear for any increase in command frequency unless P53 - [S-Curve] is set to
a value other than 0. Setting this to 0.0 gives 0.1 seconds acceleration with the
initial current limit turned off. This allows quicker acceleration times for low inertia
systems. For medium to high inertia systems, the minimum value should be 0.1.
70
[Decel Time 2]
Time for the drive to ramp from P33 - [Maximum Frequency] to 0.0 Hz. The rate
is linear for any decrease in command frequency unless P53 - [S-Curve] is set
to a value other than 0.
➋ Minimum deceleration time must be set based on the applied motor size.
To guard against premature drive failure, do not set P31 - [Decel Time 1] or
P70 - [Decel Time 2] below the minimum value listed in the table below.
230 and 460V
Motor Sizes
4.0 kW (5 HP)
2.2 kW (3 HP)
1.5 kW (2 HP)
0.75 kW (1 HP)
0.55 kW (0.75 HP)
0.37 kW (0.5 HP)
Minimum Deceleration Settings
0.7 seconds
0.6 seconds
0.2 seconds
0.1 seconds
0.1 seconds
0.1 seconds
This parameter applies only to the Preset Speed model.
5-14
Parameters and Programming
Program Group
No.
Parameter Name/Description
71
[IR Compensation]
Min./Max.
Range
0/150
Units
Factory
Default
1%
50%
0.0/5.0
0.1 Hz
2.0 Hz
0/1
Numeric
value
0
0/1
Numeric
value
0
The programmed value adds a voltage to the output based on the torque current.
An additional 31 volts (150%) is added to 460 volt units to compensate for stator
resistance. 15.5 volts (150%) is added for 230 volt units. If the drive trips on an
F07 - Motor Overload fault, or has trouble accelerating to commanded speed,
this value should be reduced. A setting of 0% disables this function.
72
[Slip Compensation]
This parameter compensates for the inherent slip in an induction motor.
A frequency is added to the commanded output frequency based on torque
current. If motor shaft speed decreases significantly under heavy loads then this
value should be increased. A setting of 0.0 Hz disables the function. This
parameter along with P83 - [PI Process Reference] also activates PI control in
drives using Firmware Version FRN 7.06. See page 5-17 for PI Control Setup and
Activation instructions.
ATTENTION: Hazard of personal injury or equipment damage
exists due to unpredictable changes in motor speed. Do not use
P72 - [Slip Compensation] and P83 - [Process Reference] to disable
PI control while the drive is running. Disable PI control only when
the drive is stopped.
73
[Reverse Disable]
When this parameter is set to a 1, reverse is disabled. The reverse command
may come from the analog input, TB3-5, the keypad or a serial command. With
a negative analog input and reverse disabled, the frequency command will be
zero in bipolar mode and minimum frequency in unipolar mode. All digital reverse
inputs including two-wire Run Reverse will be ignored with reverse disabled.
Important: This parameter cannot be programmed while the drive is running.
74
[Analog Select]
Settings: 0 = unipolar analog input 0 to +10V
1 = bipolar analog input -10 to +10V
Important: With this parameter set to bipolar (setting 1), the parameter settings
for P75 - [Analog Input Minimum] and P32 - [Minimum Frequency]
are ignored. In addition, all other reverse inputs (Program Keypad
Module, Remote Keypad Module, CopyCat Keypad Module, TB3-5
control terminal block, or serial communication module) are ignored
with the exception of when P46 - [Input Mode] is programmed to
setting 7. (This applies to drives with firmware version FRN 7.03 and
later.) When P46 - [Input Mode] setting 7 is active, and TB3-8 is
closed, the frequency source is P58 - [Internal Frequency] and the
direction will be commanded from the control terminal block (either
terminal TB3-5 or TB3-6).
Important: This parameter cannot be programmed while the drive is running.
This parameter applies only to the Analog Signal Follower model.
Parameters and Programming
5-15
Program Group
No.
Parameter Name/Description
75
[Analog Input Minimum]
Min./Max.
Range
0.0/150.0
Units
0.1%
Factory
Default
0.0%
0.0/150.0
0.1%
100.0%
0 to 2
Numeric
value
0
0/50%
1%
0%
0/5
Numeric
Value
0
Important: Do not adjust this parameter until setting P60 - [Zero Offset].
Sets the percent of analog input used to represent P32 - [Minimum Frequency].
If the minimum analog input equals minimum frequency, no action is needed. If
it is desired to adjust the analog input to equal P32 - [Minimum Frequency], use
P16 - [Analog Input] to adjust the analog input to the desired level using P60 and
then enter this value into P75.
Analog inversion can be accomplished by setting this value larger than P76.
Important: This parameter cannot be programmed while the drive is running.
76
[Analog Input Maximum]
Important: Do not adjust this parameter until setting P60 - [Zero Offset].
Sets the percent of analog input used to represent P33 - [Maximum Frequency].
If the maximum analog input equals maximum frequency, no action is needed. If
it is desired to adjust the analog input to equal P33 - [Maximum Frequency], use
P16 - [Analog Input] to adjust the analog input to the desired level using P60 and
then enter this value into P76.
Analog inversion can be accomplished by setting this value smaller than P75.
Important: This parameter cannot be programmed while the drive is running.
78
[Compensation]
Settings:
0 No compensation.
1 Some drive/motor combinations have inherent instabilities which are exhibited
as non-sinusodial motor currents. This setting attempts to correct this
condition.
2 Some motor/load 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.
79
[Software Current Trip]
This provides a software instantaneous current trip similar to the 300% hardware
current trip. This value is the percent above the P43 - [Current Limit] at which the
drive trips immediately. A setting of zero disables the Software Current Trip.
80
[Stall Fault Time]
This selects the amount of time the drive must be in a stall condition before it
causes a stall fault.
0 = Normal stall time, approximately 60 seconds
1 = 2 times normal stall time
2 = 4 times normal stall time
3 = 6 times normal stall time
4 = 8 times normal stall time
5 = Stall fault disabled
ATTENTION: Continuous operation at high currents caused by
a stall can cause motor damage.
This parameter applies only to the Analog Signal Follower model.
5-16
Parameters and Programming
Program Group
No.
Parameter Name/Description
Min./Max.
Range
81
[PI Proportional Gain]
0/10.00
Numeric
Value
0.01
0/10.00
Numeric
Value
0.01
0/100.0%
0.1%
0.0%
0/10.0%
0.1%
0.0%
Proportional gain used by the PI regulator. This parameter is scaled so that when
it is set to 1.0, the process response is 1 Hz when the process error is 1%. The
correct value for this parameter depends on the dynamics of the process being
controlled, as well as the desired response. This parameter is active when
P46 - [Input Mode] setting 9 is used.
82
[PI Integral Gain]
Integral Gain used by the PI regulator. This parameter is scaled so that when it
is set to 1.0, the process response is 10 Hz/sec when the process error is 1%.
The correct value for this parameter depends on the dynamics of the process
being controlled, as well as the desired response. This parameter is active when
P46 - [Input Mode] setting 9 is used.
83
[PI Process Reference]
Factory
Default
Units
The PI control will regulate to this set point value. It represents a percentage of
the analog input. This parameter is active when P46 - [Input Mode] setting 9 is
used. This parameter along with P72 - [Slip Compensation] also activates PI
control in drives using Firmware Version FRN 7.06. See page 5-17 for PI Control
Setup and Activation instructions.
ATTENTION: Hazard of personal injury or equipment damage
exists due to unpredictable changes in motor speed. Do not use
P72 - [Slip Compensation] and P83 - [Process Reference] to disable
PI control while the drive is running. Disable PI control only when
the drive is stopped.
84
[PI Dead Band]
The PI control will ignore errors less than this value. This parameter is active when
P46 - [Input Mode] setting 9 is used.
This parameter applies only to the Analog Signal Follower model.
PI Control Block Diagram
Figure 5.1
P83 [PI Process
Reference]
+
-
P81 [PI Proportional
Gain]
Analog
Feedback
P82 [PI Integral
Gain]
P58 [Internal
Frequency]
P84 [PI Dead Band]
+
+
TB3-8 Open
TB3-8 Closed
P01 [Output
Frequency]
Parameters and Programming
5-17
PI Control Setup and Activation
The Analog Signal Follower model provides for closed loop process control
(PI control) where PI regulator output is used to drive the process to a desired
set point.
Wire For PI Control
1. Connect input and output power to the drive.
Follow the instructions provided in Section 2, Installation and Wiring.
2. Connect control wiring (see Chapter 2, Figure 2.17). A contact closure on
terminals 6 and 7 is required for the drive to respond to a Start/Run command.
3. Select an external frequency command source. See Table 5.B.
4. Connect feedback device to TB3-2 and TB3-3 for 0 – 10V feedback or to
TB3-3 and TB3-4 for 4 – 20 mA feedback.
5. Verify polarity of feedback. That is, increasing feedback signal requires
increasing output frequency.
Program for PI Control
1. Set P56 - [Reset Functions] to 1 to reset the drive to defaults.
An F48 - Reprogram Fault will occur which must be cleared by cycling the Stop
input to the drive.
2. Users of Firmware Version 7.06: Set P46 - [Input Mode] to the desired setting.
Users of Firmware Version 7.05 and earlier: Set P46 - [Input Mode] to 9.
Table 5.B describes how to reference the external frequency command source
for each P46 - [Input Mode] setting.
Parameter 46 Settings and Frequency Source Selection
Table 5.B
P46 Setting
Reference External Frequency Command Source
Firmware Version
0
Set P59 - [Frequency Select] to 0 (Factory Default)
FRN 7.06 only
1
Set P59 - [Frequency Select] to 0 (Factory Default)
FRN 7.06 only
2
Set P59 - [Frequency Select] to 0 (Factory Default)
FRN 7.06 only
3
Set P59 - [Frequency Select] to 0 (Factory Default)
FRN 7.06 only
4
Set P59 - [Frequency Select] to 0 (Factory Default)
FRN 7.06 only
5
Set P59 - [Frequency Select] to 0 (Factory Default)
FRN 7.06 only
6
Set P59 - [Frequency Select] to 0 (Factory Default)
FRN 7.06 only
7
Open the contact at TB3-8
FRN 7.06 only
8
9
This setting is not used with PI control.
Open the contact at TB3-8
FRN 7.06 or earlier
3. Cycle power or set P56 - [Reset Functions] to 2 for the change made at Step 2 to
take effect.
4. Set P72 - [Slip Compensation] to 0.
5-18
Parameters and Programming
5. Use P75 - [Analog Input Minimum] and P76 - [Analog Input Maximum] to scale
feedback to the process operating range. This may also be used to invert the
feedback so that increasing feedback signal produces decreasing output
frequency.
6. Set P83 - [PI Process Reference] to 20 as an initial setting.
This establishes the set point as 20% of the maximum analog input.
(This setting must be greater than zero to activate PI control in Firmware
Version FRN 7.06 except when using input mode 9.)
7. Connect TB3-8 with TB3-7. This will disable PI control and force the output
frequency to the P58 - [Internal Frequency] setting.
8. Connect TB3-6 with TB3-7 to start the drive. Verify motor operation and
direction.
9. Remove the connection between TB3-8 from TB3-7. This will place the drive
into PI control mode when using input modes 7 and 9.
ATTENTION: Hazard of personal injury or equipment damage exists
due to unpredictable changes in motor speed. Do not use P72 - [Slip
Compensation] and P83 - [Process Reference] to disable PI control while
the drive is running. Disable PI control only when the drive is stopped.
Tune the PI Loop
Parameters P81 - [PI Proportional Gain] and P82 - [PI Integral Gain] are used to set how
the drive will respond to errors (fluctuations) in feedback.
• P81 - [PI Proportional Gain] corrects output frequency based on the magnitude of
the error.
• P82 - [PI Integral Gain] corrects output frequency based on the length of time an
error has been present.
1. Set P82 - [PI Integral Gain] to zero and P81 - [PI Proportional Gain] to some low
value.
2. Apply a step function command via P83 - [PI Process Reference] and monitor
the output response.
3. Increase P81 - [PI Proportional Gain] until the response of the output is
acceptably fast or the output becomes too noisy.
4. Reduce P81 - [PI Proportional Gain] back to the highest value at which the
response is still clean.
5. Set P82 - [PI Integral Gain] to a low value.
6. Apply a step function command and monitor the output response.
7. Increase P82 - [PI Integral Gain] until the response is acceptably fast without
overshoot.
Important:
If either the value of P81 or P82 is set too high, drive output will
oscillate around the set point entered in P83 - [PI Process Reference]
due to continually changing loads in the application. Use P84 [Dead Band] to limit the effects of this oscillation by blocking a
frequency count to either side of the set point frequency.
Parameters and Programming
5-19
Common Problems with PI Control
1. Drive direction is incorrectly set for PI control.
Ensure that the drive is operating with the clockwise direction indicator
illuminated.
2. Drive oscillates between 0 and 3 Hz.
• Check direction and polarity of analog input signal.
• Ensure that the drive is operating with the clockwise direction indicator
illuminated.
• Ensure the +10V DC wire is connected to TB3-2 and that the common is
connected to TB3-3.
• Check that parameters P81 - [PI Proportional Gain] and P82 - [PI Integral Gain]
are set to a value other than 0.00.
3. Drive accelerates too quickly resulting in an F05 - OverVoltage Fault.
• Lower P81 - [PI Proportional Gain] below its current value.
• Lower P82 - [PI Integral Gain] below its current value.
• Raise P31 - [Decel Time 1] above its current value.
• Raise P30 - [Accel Time 1] above its current value.
• Evaluate the need for a dynamic brake for the application.
4. Drive will only run off the internal frequency or does not control with the PI
process loop.
• Check that P46 - [Input Mode] is set to 9.
• Ensure that power was cycled for one minute after changing the P46 setting.
• Ensure that there is not a connection between TB3-7 and 8.
5. Nothing works properly.
• Set P56 - [Reset Functions] to 1 and press the Enter key.
• Press the Stop button to clear the F48 - Reprogram Fault.
• Cycle power to the drive.
• Confirm that wiring is correct.
• Reapply power and program according to this procedure.
6. PI does not function with DeviceNet.
• Firmware Version 7.05 and earlier only allows one P46 - [Input Mode] setting
to be active at one time (settings 2 or 6 for DeviceNet or setting 9 for PI).
• It is possible for users of Firmware Version 7.05 and earlier to set up PI
control via an external processor, such as a SLC500. Consult your processor
manual for specific instructions.
5-20
Parameters and Programming
End of Chapter
Chapter
6
Troubleshooting
Fault Information
This chapter provides information to guide you in troubleshooting the drive.
Included is a list and description of drive faults and problems that may occur.
Program Keypad Module Fault Display
Figure 6.1
Active Fault
If a fault occurs,
P07 - [Active Fault]
is displayed.
Fault Code Number
Controllers equipped with a
Program Keypad Module will flash
the display when a fault is present.
Ready/Fault Indicating Panel
FAULT
READY
Figure 6.2
Fault LED
Controllers without a Program
Keypad Module come equipped
with a Ready/Fault Indicating Panel.
When the Fault LED is illuminated,
a fault exists. The optional Remote
Programming Adapter is equipped
with the same Ready/Fault indication
system.
How to Clear a Fault
When a fault occurs, the cause must be corrected before the fault can be cleared.
After corrective action has been taken, any of the following actions will clear the
fault.
• Press the Program Keypad Module’s Stop button.
• Disconnect power to the drive, wait one minute, reapply power.
• Cycle the input signal at TB3-8 to the drive.
• Set P54 - [Clear Fault] to 1.
6-2
Troubleshooting
Bulletin 160 Fault Descriptions
Fault
No.
Fault
Name
03
Power Loss Fault
04➊
UnderVoltage
Fault
05➊
OverVoltage Fault
06➊
Table 6.A
Fault Description
Corrective Action
Monitor the incoming AC line for low voltage or line power
interruptions.
Monitor the incoming AC line for low voltage or line power
interruptions.
Motor Stall Fault
The DC Bus voltage remains below 85% nominal on
power up for longer than 5 seconds.
The DC Bus voltage fell below the minimum rated
voltage. For 200-240VAC input drives, the undervoltage trip occurs at a bus voltage of 210VDC (equivalent to a 150VAC incoming line voltage). For 380460VAC rated drives, the undervoltage trip occurs at
a bus voltage of 390VDC (equivalent to a 275VAC
incoming line voltage).
The maximum DC Bus voltage has been exceeded.
For 200-240VAC input drives, the overvoltage trip
occurs at a bus voltage of 400VDC (equivalent to a
290VAC incoming line voltage). For 380-460VAC
input drives, the overvoltage trip occurs at a bus
voltage of 800VDC (equivalent to a 575VAC incoming
line voltage).
The motor has stalled due to an excessive motor load.
07➊
Motor Overload
Fault
An internal electronic overload trip has occurred. An
excessive motor load exists.
08➊
Excessive heat has been detected.
11
Over Temperature
Fault
Operator Fault
Reduce the motor load until the drive output current does
not exceed the current set by P42 - [Motor Overload
Current]. Reduce P38 - [Boost Select].
Clear blocked or dirty heat sink fins. Check ambient
temperature. Check for a blocked or non-operating fan.
Clear the fault. Do not remove the keypad under power.
12➊
Overcurrent Fault
13➊
Software Over
Current Fault
Drive Overload
Fault
20➊
The keypad has been removed while the drive is
powered.
An overcurrent has been detected in the hardware trip
circuit.
Motor current exceeded value set in parameter 79.
An internal electronic overload trip has occurred. The
drive is over heating.
32
EEPROM Fault
The EEPROM has invalid data.
33
Max Retries Fault
36
Incompatible Fault
The drive failed to reset within the number of retries
set in P50 - [Restart Tries].
Incompatible communication module installed.
38
Phase U Fault
A phase to ground fault has been detected between
the drive and the motor in phase U.
39
Phase V Fault
40
Phase W Fault
41
UV Short Fault
42
UW Short Fault
43
VW Short Fault
46
Intermittent Phase
Fault
Reprogram Fault
A phase to ground fault has been detected between
the drive and the motor in phase V.
A phase to ground fault has been detected between
the drive and the motor in phase W.
Excessive current has been detected between these
two drive output terminals.
Excessive current has been detected between these
two drive output terminals.
Excessive current has been detected between these
two drive output terminals.
An external short occurred while running diagnostics.
Motor regeneration has caused a bus overvoltage. Monitor
the incoming AC line for excessive voltage. Extend the
decel time or install a dynamic brake module or external
capacitor module (See Appendix A).
A longer acceleration time or a reduced load is required.
Check for a short circuit at the drive output or for excessive
load conditions at the motor.
A longer acceleration time, reduced load, or removal of
motor shaft blockage is required.
Clear blocked or dirty heat sink fins. Check ambient
temperature. Check for blocked or non-operating fan.
Reduce motor load current.
Reset EEPROM using P56 - [Reset Functions] — Set to
1 and cycle power.
Repair the system fault.
Verify compatibility of communication module.
Check the wiring between the drive and the motor. Check
the motor for a grounded phase. Check that ground is not
connected to U.
Check the wiring between the drive and the motor. Check
the motor for a grounded phase.
Check the wiring between the drive and the motor. Check
the motor for a grounded phase.
Check the motor and external wiring to the drive output
terminals for a shorted condition.
Check the motor and external wiring to the drive output
terminals for a shorted condition.
Check the motor and external wiring to the drive output
terminals for a shorted condition.
Check wiring between the drive and the motor. Check for
more than one shorted output.
Clear the fault.
Occurs when the drive parameters are reset to default.
48
➊ These faults have an auto reset feature. This feature automatically clears overvoltage, undervotage, and overtemperature faults
1 second after the fault condition is removed. Refer to P51 - [Restart Time].
Troubleshooting
Possible Problems and Corrective Actions
Problem
The motor does not start — No output voltage to the
motor.
6-3
Table 6.B
Corrective Action
1. Check the power circuit.
• Check the supply voltage.
• Check all fuses and disconnects.
2. Check the motor.
• Verify that the motor is connected properly.
3. Check the control input signals.
• Verify that the Start signal is present.
• Verify that the contact closure signal is present at TB3-8.
• Verify that either the Run Forward or Run Reverse signal is active, but not
both.
4. Check P46 - [Input Mode].
• If P46 - [Input Mode] is set to 2, only the program keypad module Start button
will start the motor.
The drive is started but the motor is not rotating.
P01 - [Output Frequency] displays 0.0.
5. Cycle power or use P56 - [Reset Functions] if you changed
P46 - [Input Mode].
1. Check the motor.
• Verify that the motor is connected properly.
2. Check the frequency source P06 - [Frequency Command].
• Verify that a frequency signal is present at terminal block TB3 — Either a
-10 to +10V signal or a 4-20 mA signal.
• Verify that the Preset Frequencies are set properly.
3. Check the control input signals.
• Verify that SW1, SW2 and SW3 are correct. (Refer to the chart in Chapter 5.)
4. Check the following parameter settings.
• Verify that P59 - [Frequency Select] is showing the desired frequency source.
• Verify that P58 - [Internal Frequency] is set to the desired frequency.
The motor is not accelerating properly.
Drive will not operate in the run/forward or run reverse
modes.
5. Cycle power or use P56 - [Reset Functions] if you changed
P46 - [Input Mode].
1. Check the motor.
• Verify that the motor is connected properly.
• Verify that no mechanical problems exist.
2. Check the following parameter settings.
• Verify that P30 - [Accel Time 1] or P69 - [Accel Time 2]
— whichever is currently used — is set properly.
• Verify that P43 - [Current Limit] is set properly.
• Verify that P38 - [Boost Volts] is set properly.
1. Verify that P46 - [Input Mode] is set to 1.
2. Verify that neither P73 - [Reverse Disable] nor P74 - [Analog Select] is set to 1.
3. Verify that the power has been cycled for 1and 2 to take effect.
4. Verify that both the Run Forward and Run Reverse switches are not closed
simultaneously.
Display is dark.
5. Cycle power or use P56 - [Reset Functions] if you changed
P46 - [Input Mode].
1. Verify that the module is firmly seated.
2. Remove module and inspect connector pins. If pins are not damaged, reinstall
and firmly seat the module.
6-4
Troubleshooting
Block Diagram of Bulletin 160 Analog Signal Follower
Brake Module
BR+
BR-
Figure 6.3
Capacitor Module
DC+
DC-
L1/R
T1/U
L2/S
T2/V
L3/T
T3/W
Motor
GND/PE
TB3 - 1
Frequency
Reference
-10 to +10V
or
TB3 - 2
Potentiometer
TB3 - 3
(Common)
GND/PE
Control
Power
Bus
Voltage
Circuitry
Fault Feedback
or
4 - 20 mA
Reverse
Start
Programable Input
Common
Current
Circuitry
Program
Keypad
Module
TB3 - 4
CPU
TB3 - 5
TB3 - 6
TB3 - 8
TB3 - 7
Opto
Isolator
Relay
Circuitry
TB3 - 9 User
TB3 - 10 Programmable
Output
TB3 - 11
Appendix
A
Specifications
Tables A.A and A.B contain information that is unique to each Bulletin 160 Drive
rating. Table A.C contains information that applies to all drive ratings.
200-240VAC – 1-Phase & 3-Phase Input Drive Ratings
Table A.1
Drive Catalog Number
1-Phase Input
3-Phase Input
160S-AA02 160S-AA03 160S-AA04 160S-AA08
—
160-AA02 160-AA03 160-AA04 160-AA08 160-AA12
—
160-AA18
Output Ratings
3-Phase Motor Rating — kW (HP)
Maximum Output Amps
Power Dissipation — Watts
0.37 (1/2)
2.3
20
0.55 (3/4)
3.0
25
3.7 (5)
18.0
137
Input Ratings
Input Voltage, Frequency
Operational Input Voltage Range
Input kVA
1-Phase Input Current ➊
3-Phase Input Current ➊
1.1
4.8
2.8
200/240VAC, 1-Phase and 3-Phase, 50/60 Hz
180-265VAC
1.4
2.2
3.7
5.7
6.2
9.4
16.3
—
3.6
5.4
9.4
14.2
Environmental Specifications
Cooling Method
Convection Cooled
Dynamic Braking Torque ➋
With External Dynamic Brake Module
—
Without External Dynamic Brake Module 100
—
100
0.75 (1)
4.5
35
1.5 (2)
8.0
74
2.2 (3)
12.0
107
8.4
—
21.1
Fan Cooled
200
100
150
50
115
50
380-460VAC – 3-Phase Input Drive Ratings
100
20
Table A.2
Drive Catalog Number
3-Phase Input
160-BA01
160-BA02
160-BA03
160-BA04
160-BA06
160-BA10
Output Ratings
3-Phase Motor Rating — kW (HP)
Maximum Output Amps
Power Dissipation — Watts
0.37 (1/2)
1.2
25
0.55 (3/4)
1.7
30
0.75 (1)
2.3
37
1.5 (2)
4.0
50
2.2 (3)
6.0
77
3.7 (5)
10.5
120
Input Ratings
Input Voltage, Frequency
Operational Input Voltage Range
Input kVA
Input Current ➊
1.1
1.4
Environmental Specifications
Cooling Method
Convection Cooled
Dynamic Braking Torque ➋
With External Dynamic Brake Module
—
Without External Dynamic Brake Module 100
380/460VAC, 3-Phase, 50/60 Hz
340-506VAC
2.2
3.7
5.6
2.8
4.6
7.0
1.6
2.0
—
100
Fan Cooled
200
100
150
50
115
50
➊ Input current ratings are calculated based on a nominal input voltage of 230V and 460V respectively.
➋ Estimated – Actual value depends upon motor characteristics.
9.7
12.2
100
20
A-2
Specifications
All Drive Ratings
Table A.3
Input/Output Ratings
Output Voltage
Output Frequency
Efficiency
Transient Protection
Adjustable from 0 to Input Voltage
Programmable from 0 to 240 Hz
97.5% Typical
Standard 6 kV
Environmental Specifications
Enclosure
Ambient Temperature
Storage Temperature
Relative Humidity
Vibration
Shock
Altitude
IP20
0°C to 50°C
–40°C to 85°C
0 to 95% Non-Condensing
1.0 G Operational — 2.5 G Non-Operational
15 G Operational — 30 G Non-Operational
1,000 m (3,300 ft) without Derating
Control Inputs
Control Input Type
Dry Contact Inputs —
Drive has an internal 12V power supply that provides 10
mA typical current flow.
Alternate Inputs —
Accepts open collector/solid state inputs (sinking into the
drive) with maximum leakage current of 50 µA.
24V Inputs —
An optional 24V DC interface module allows use of 24VDC
sinking inputs (see ).
Start, Stop, Fwd/Rev
SW1, SW2, SW3
Configurable Inputs for Two- or Three-Wire Control
Configurable Inputs for Control of 8 Preset Speeds and 2 Accel/Decel Times
Preset Speed Model Only
Programmable Input
TB3-8 Can Be Configured to Select:
• Accel/Decel Times
• Frequency Select
• External Coast to Rest
• Preset Speed ➊
• TB3 Control/Keypad or Communication Control
Approvals and Standards Compliance
Approvals
LIST
ED 966X
UL
®
IN D
CONT EQ
LIST
UL508C
C
ED 966X
UL
®
IN D
CSA 22.2
AS/NZS 2064.1:1992
CONT EQ
EMC Directive 89/336
LV:
EN 50178, EN 60204
EMC: EN 61800-3, EN 50081-1, EN 50082-2
Designed to Meet These Standards
FCC Class A ➋ and B ➋, IEC 146-1-1, VDE 0871 and VDE 0875
Control Inputs — Analog Signal Follower Only
External Speed
1K to 10K Ohms, 2 Watts Minimum
Potentiometer
4 – 20 mA Analog Input
250 Ohms Input Impedance
–10 to +10VDC
Analog Input
Control Output
Programmable Output
(Form C Relay Contact)
➊ Analog Signal Follower only.
➋ With external components.
100K Ohms Input Impedance
Resistive Rating: 0.4A at 125VAC — 0.2A at 230VAC — 2A at 30VDC
Inductive Rating: 0.2A at 125VAC — 0.1A at 230VAC — 1A at 30VDC
Specifications
Control Features
PWM Algorithm
Switching Device
V/Hz Ratio
Carrier Frequency
DC Boost
Current Limiting
A-3
Motor Protection
Sine Weighted PWM with Harmonic Compensation
IGBT
Programmable
Adjustable from 2 to 8kHz in 100 Hz Increments (Factory Default is 4kHz)
Adjustable — Select from a Family of Boost Curves
Software Controlled, Coordinated for Drive and Motor Protection — Programmable
from 1 to 180% of Drive Output Current
I2t Overload Protection — 150% for 60 Seconds, 200% for 30 Seconds
Overload Pattern #0
Overload Pattern #1
Overload Pattern #2
Flat Response Over Speed Range (No Speed Compensation)
Speed Compensation Below 25% of Base Speed
Speed Compensation Below 100% of Base Speed
Accel/Decel Time(s)
S-Curve Accel/Decel Time(s)
Stopping Modes
0.1 to 600 Seconds
0 to 100% of Accel/Decel Time — Not to Exceed 60 Seconds
4 Programmable Modes:
Ramp to Stop —
0.1 to 600 Seconds
Coast to Stop —
Stops All PWM Output
DC Injection Braking — Applies DC Voltage to the Motor for 0 to 25 Seconds
DC Injection Braking with Auto Stop
Protective Features
Overcurrent
Excessive Temperature
Over/Under Voltage
Programmable limit, 200% of Hardware Limit, 300% of Instantaneous Fault
Embedded Temperature Sensor Trips if Heatsink Temperature Exceeds 95°C
DC bus voltage is monitored for safe operation.
• For 200-240VAC input drives, the overvoltage trip occurs at a bus voltage of 400VDC
(equivalent to a 290VAC incoming line voltage).
• For 380-460VAC input drives, the overvoltage trip occurs at a bus voltage of 800VDC
(equivalent to a 575VAC incoming line voltage).
• For 200-240VAC input drives, the undervoltage trip occurs at a bus voltage of
210VDC (equivalent to a 150VAC incoming line voltage).
• For 380-460VAC input drives, the undervoltage trip occurs at a bus voltage of
390VDC (equivalent to a 275VAC incoming line voltage).
Control Ride Through
Ground Short
Faultless Ride Through
Output Short Circuit
Programming
Programmer
Display Type
Keypad Controls
Minimum Ride Through is 0.5 Seconds — Typical Value is 2 Seconds
Any Output Phase to Ground Short
100 Milliseconds
Any Output Phase to Phase Short
Optional — Removable Program Keypad Module
6 Character LED — Two Digit Parameter Number and Four Digit Value
Speed, Run, Stop and Direction
A-4
Specifications
End of Chapter
Appendix
B
Accessories and Dimensions
Accessories for All Drive Ratings
Drive Ratings
Dynamic Brake Module
HP
Catalog No.
200-240VAC 0.37
50/60 Hz
0.55
1-Phase
0.75
1.5
1/2
3/4
1
2
—
—
200-230VAC 0.37
50/60 Hz
0.55
3-Phase
0.75
1.5
2.2
4.0
1/2
3/4
1
2
3
5
380-460VAC 0.37
50/60 Hz
0.55
3-Phase
0.75
1.5
2.2
4.0
1/2
3/4
1
2
3
5
Input Voltage
kW
Ready/Fault Panel
Catalog No. 160-B1
160-BMA1
160-BMA2
160-BMA2
160-BMA2 ➏
—
—
160-BMB1
160-BMB2
160-BMB2
160-BMB2 ➏
Program Keypad Module
Catalog No. 160-P1
Remote Programming
Remote Keypad Module
Adapter
Catalog No. 160-P2 ➒
Catalog No. 160-RPA ➒
Fan Replacement
Kit ➋
Capacitor Module
Catalog No.
Catalog No.
Catalog No. ➍
Catalog No. ➎
160S-LFA1
160S-LFA1
160S-LFA1
160S-LFA1
160S-RFA-9-A
—
160S-RFA-9-A
—
160S-RFA-9-A 160-FRK2
160S-RFA-16-B 160-FRK3
160-CMA1
160-CMA1
160-CMA1
160-CMA1
1321-3R4-B
1321-3R4-A
1321-3R4-A
1321-3R8-A
1321-3R12-A
160-LFA1
160-LFA1
160-LFA1
160-LFA1
160-LFA2
160-RFB-5-A
160-RFB-5-A
160-RFB-5-A
160-RFB-14-A
160-RFB-14-A
—
—
160-FRK2
160-FRK2
160-FRK2
160-CMA1
160-CMA1
160-CMA1
160-CMA1
160-CMA1
1321-3R18-A
—
160-RFA-22-B
160-FRK3
160-CMA1
1321-3R2-B
1321-3R2-A
1321-3R2-A
1321-3R4-B
1321-3R8-B
1321-3R18-B
160-LFB1
160-LFB1
160-LFB1
160-LFB1
160-LFB1
—
160-RFB-5-A
160-RFB-5-A
160-RFB-5-A
160-RFB-5-A
160-RFB-14-A
160-RFB-14-B
—
—
160-FRK2
160-FRK2
160-FRK2
160-FRK3
160-CMB1
160-CMB1
160-CMB1
160-CMB1
160-CMB1
160-CMB1
Catalog No. ➌
—
—
—
—
160-BMA1
160-BMA2
—
—
Line Filters ➊
3% Line Reactors
Open Style
DeviceNet
Communication Module
Catalog No. 160-DN2 ➐
CopyCat Keypad Module
Catalog No. 160-P3 ➒
RS-232
Communication Module
Catalog No. 160-RS1 ➐
24V DC Interface ➑
Catalog No. 160-DM-SF1 (Analog)
160-DM-PS1 (Preset)
Cable
Catalog No. 160-C10 (1 meter, non-locking each end)
160-C10R (1 meter, non-locking each end, right angle)
160-C30 (3 meter, locking each end)
160-C50 (5 meter, locking each end)
➊ Bulletin 160 Series C drives (with proper filter) meet:
– Overall EMC requirements of EN61800-3 for Second (Industrial) Environments
– High frequency conducted and radiated emissions of EN61800-3 for (First) Residential Environments
– High frequency conducted and radiated emissions of EN55011 for (Second) Industrial Environments
➋ The MTBF for the fan is 40,000 hours at 50°C.
➌ Catalog numbers listed are for 3% impedance open style units. NEMA Type 1 and 5% impedance reactor types are also
available. Refer to publication 1321-2.0 for detailed information.
➍ 160-LF type filters have been tested with a maximum motor cable length of 75 meters (250 feet) for 230V units and 40 meters
(133 feet) for 460V units.
➎ 160-RF type filters have been tested with a maximum motor cable length of 25 meters (80 feet) for both 230V and 460V units.
Listed filters are for Bulletin 160 Series C drives only.
➏ Two in parallel required.
➐ Compatible with Bulletin 160 Series A, Series B and Series C drives with firmware version FRN 4.07 or later.
➑ Allows 24VDC sinking inputs. Bulletin 160 Series C drives must use a Series B, or later, 24V DC Interface module.
➒ Compatible with Bulletin 160 Series C drives with firmware version FRN 7.03 or later.
B-2
Accessories and Dimensions
Accessory Dimensions
All dimensions are in millimeters and (inches). Dimensions are not used for
manufacturing purposes.
Dynamic Brake Modules
Figure B.1
72
(2.83)
86.4
(3.4)
14
(0.55)
50
(1.97)
7.5
(0.3)
WARNING
B
A
DANGER
– +
GND BR BR
DANGER
6.86 (0.27)
Mounting Holes – 4 Places –
–
+
GND BR BR
29
(1.14)
8 (0.315)
Catalog No.
160-BMA1 & 160-BMB1
160-BMA2 & 160-BMB2
A
245 (9.64)
334 (13.15)
B
225 (8.86)
314 (12.36)
Bulletin 1321 Line Reactors
Figure B.2
A
B
E
Catalog No.
1321-3R2-A
1321-3R2-B
1321-3R4-A
1321-3R4-B
1321-3R8-A
1321-3R8-B
1321-3R12-A
1321-3R18-A
A
112 (4.4)
112 (4.4)
112 (4.4)
112 (4.4)
152 (6.0)
152 (6.0)
152 (6.0)
152 (6.0)
D
B
104 (4.1)
104 (4.1)
104 (4.1)
104 (4.1)
127 (5.0)
127 (5.0)
127 (5.0)
133 (5.3)
C
C
74 (2.9)
74 (2.9)
76 (3.0)
76 (3.0)
76 (3.0)
76 (3.0)
76 (3.0)
79 (3.1)
D
50 (2.0)
50 (2.0)
50 (2.0)
50 (2.0)
53 (2.1)
53 (2.1)
53 (2.1)
51 (2.0)
E
37 (1.44)
37 (1.44)
37 (1.44)
37 (1.44)
51 (2.0)
51 (2.0)
51 (2.0)
51 (2.0)
Accessories and Dimensions
B-3
Accessory Dimensions, Continued
All dimensions are in millimeters and (inches). Dimensions are not used for
manufacturing purposes.
Line Filters
Figure B.3
B
C
E
G (2)
H
A
D
F (2)
Line Filter Module
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
160S-RFA-9-A
182.0
(7.17)
75.0
(2.95)
37.5
(1.47)
163.0
(6.42)
60.0
(2.36)
182.0
(7.17)
75.0
(2.95)
47.5
(1.87)
163.0
(6.42)
60.0
(2.36)
M4.5 x 6.5
(0.18 x 0.26)
obround hole
(2 places)
M4.5 x 6.5
(0.18 x 0.26)
obround hole
(2 places)
227.0
(8.94)
87.0
(3.43)
55.5
(2.18)
212.0
(8.35)
60.0
(2.36)
M4.5 (0.18) slot
(2 places)
M4.5 (0.18)
(2 places)
174.0
(6.85)
75.0
(2.95)
50.0
(1.97)
163.0
(6.42)
60.0
(2.36)
7.0 x 5.3
(0.28 x 0.21)
hole dim.
6.9 x 5.25
(0.272 x 0.207)
hole dim.
160-RFB-5-A
160-RFB-14-A
160S-RFA-16-B
160-RFA-22-B
160-RFB-14-B
160 LF (All Types)
H
200
(7.87)
B-4
Accessories and Dimensions
Accessory Dimensions, Continued
All dimensions are in millimeters and (inches). Dimensions are not used for
manufacturing purposes.
Capacitor Module
Figure B.4
50
(1.97)
110.9
(4.37)
40
(1.57)
4.5 (0.18)
Mounting Holes – 4 Places –
60
(2.36)
CAT
SER
140
(5.51)
130
(5.12)
150.9
(5.94)
MADE IN U.S.A
254 (10)
– Approximate Lead Length –
CAT
MADE IN U.S.A
-DC +DC
SER
Accessories and Dimensions
B-5
Accessory Dimensions, Continued
All dimensions are in millimeters and (inches). Dimensions are not used for
manufacturing purposes.
DeviceNet or RS-232 Module Attached to Drive (DeviceNet Shown)
17.34
(0.68)
Required for
Removal
80 (3.15)
Figure B.5
187.1
(7.37)
60
(2.36)
TM
CONFORMANCE TESTED
150.9
(5.94)
193.69
(7.63)
24V DC Interface Module
Figure B.6
29 ➊
(1.14)
➊ This device does not effect the overall height of the drive.
B-6
Accessories and Dimensions
Drive Dimensions
All dimensions are in millimeters and (inches), all weights are in kilograms and
(pounds).
Reference Diagram A
4 Mounting Holes
4.5
(0.18)
Figure B.7
W
D
60
(2.36)
60
(2.36)
130
(5.12)
83.43
(3.28)
H
28.29
(1.11)
60
(2.36)
9.42
(0.37)
101.85
(4.01)
Drive Dimensions and Weights
Table B.4
200-240VAC — 1-Phase
Drive
H
160S-AA02
152 (6.00)
160S-AA03
152 (6.00)
160S-AA04
152 (6.00)
W
80 (3.15)
80 (3.15)
80 (3.15)
D
165 (6.51)
165 (6.51)
165 (6.51)
Weight
0.94 (2.07)
0.94 (2.07)
1.02 (2.24)
200-240VAC — 3-Phase
Drive
H
160-AA02
152 (6.00)
160-AA03
152 (6.00)
160-AA04
152 (6.00)
160-AA08
152 (6.00)
160-AA12
152 (6.00)
W
80 (3.15)
80 (3.15)
80 (3.15)
80 (3.15)
80 (3.15)
D
165 (6.51)
165 (6.51)
165 (6.51)
165 (6.51)
165 (6.51)
Weight
0.94 (2.07)
0.94 (2.07)
1.02 (2.24)
1.02 (2.24)
1.10 (2.43)
380-460VAC — 3-Phase
Drive
H
160-BA01
152 (6.00)
160-BA02
152 (6.00)
160-BA03
152 (6.00)
160-BA04
152 (6.00)
160-BA06
152 (6.00)
W
80 (3.15)
80 (3.15)
80 (3.15)
80 (3.15)
80 (3.15)
D
165 (6.51)
165 (6.51)
165 (6.51)
165 (6.51)
165 (6.51)
Weight
0.94 (2.07)
0.94 (2.07)
1.02 (2.24)
1.02 (2.24)
1.10 (2.43)
Important:
Use Figure B.10: Drilling Template A for mounting a drive listed
in the table above.
Accessories and Dimensions
B-7
All dimensions are millimeters and (inches), all weights are kilograms and
(pounds).
Reference Diagram B
4 Mounting Holes
5.54
(0.22)
Figure B.8
W
D
81
(3.19)
60
(2.36)
129.74
(5.11)
180
(7.09)
111.43
(4.39)
H
39.02
(1.54)
60
(2.36)
Drive Dimensions and Weights
Table B.5
200-240VAC — 1-Phase
Drive
H
160S-AA08
193 (7.58)
W
92 (3.62)
D
193 (7.61)
Weight
2.37 (5.23)
200-240VAC — 3-Phase
Drive
H
160-AA18
193 (7.58)
W
92 (3.62)
D
193 (7.61)
Weight
2.37 (5.23)
380-460VAC — 3-Phase
Drive
H
160-BA10
193 (7.58)
W
92 (3.62)
D
193 (7.61)
Weight
2.37 (5.23)
Important:
Use Figure B.11: Drilling Template B for mounting a drive listed
in the table above.
B-8
Accessories and Dimensions
Drive Mounting Hole Dimensions
Figure B.9
92
(3.62)
81
(3.19)
80
(3.15)
73
(2.87)
60
(2.36)
60
(2.36)
10.5
(0.41)
6.5
(0.26)
5.5 (0.22)
Mounting Holes—2 Places
5.5 (0.22)
Mounting Holes—2 Places
192.5
(7.58)
143
(5.63)
140
(5.51)
130
(5.12)
4.5
(0.18)
60
(2.36)
180
(7.09)
150.9
(5.94)
171
(6.73)
5
(0.20)
5.5
(0.22)
60
(2.36)
6.3
(0.25)
This illustration depicts the mounting hole placements for the drives listed below.
Use the appropriate Drilling Template for your drive.
200-240V AC — 1-Phase
160S-AA02
160S-AA03
160S-AA04
160S-AA08
A
A
A
B
200-240V AC — 3-Phase
160-AA02
160-AA03
160-AA04
160-AA08
160-AA12
160-AA18
A
A
A
A
A
B
380-460V AC — 3-Phase
160-BA01
160-BA02
160-BA03
160-BA04
160-BA06
160-AA10
A
A
A
A
A
B
Accessories and Dimensions
Drilling Template A
B-9
Figure B.10
B-10
Accessories and Dimensions
Drilling Template B
Figure B.11
Appendix
C
CE Conformity
CE Compliance
This drive is a component intended for implementation in machines or systems for
the industrial environment. It is CE marked for conformity to the Low Voltage (LV)
Directive 73/23/EEC when installed as described. It also has been tested to meet
the Council Directive 89/336 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC). The
standards used for this testing are, LV: EN50178, EN60204-1, EMC EN61800-3,
EN50081-1, EN50082-2. These tests were conducted with a PWM frequency
(Parameter 49) of 4.0 kHz.
Important:
The conformity of the drive and filter to any standard does not
guarantee that the entire installation will conform. Many other
factors can influence the total installation and only direct
measurements can verify total conformity. It is therefore the
responsibility of the machine manufacturer, to ensure, that the
conformity is met.
A copy of the Declaration of Conformity (DOC) is available from your local
Rockwell Automation Sales Office.
Essential Requirements for a Conforming EMC Installation
The following seven items are required for CE Conformance:
1. An input line filter module (see Appendix B, Accessories and Dimensions)
must be installed to reduce conducted emissions.
160-LF Filters
These units have been tested with a maximum motor cable length of 75 meters
(250 feet) for drives rated 200 – 240VAC, and 40 meters (133 feet) for drives
rated 380 – 460VAC.
160S-RF Filters
These units have been tested with a maximum motor cable length of 25 meters
(80 feet) for both 230V and 460V units.
2. The drive system must be mounted in a shielded enclosure to reduce radiated
emissions.
3. Grounding of equipment and cable shields must be solid, with low impedance
connections.
4. Motor and control cables entering the shielded enclosure must have EMCtested shielded cable clamps, or grounded metal conduit.
5. All motor cables must use shielded cable, or be in grounded metal conduit.
6. All control and signal wiring must use shielded cable or be in grounded metal
conduit.
7. The Common terminals (TB3-3 and 7) must have a solid connection to ground
terminal/protective earth.
C-2
CE Conformity
General Instructions for an EMC Compliant Installation
Shielded Enclosure
• Typical NEMA or IEC metal enclosures are adequate.
• The ground connection of the shielded enclosure must be solidly connected to
the PE terminal of the drive. Good conductivity must be assured – grounding
must provide a low impedance path for high frequency signals.
• All wiring, except input power leads, must use shielded cable.
• Input power, output power and control wiring inside the enclosure must be
physically separated.
• Input power, output power and control wiring outside the enclosure must use
separate shielded cables, or separate conduit.
• Wires do not touch the heatsink.
Recommended Grounding Configuration
Enclosure Ground Connection
PE
AC
Input Line
Figure C.1
T/L3
T (L3)
Line
S (L2)
S/L2
R (L1)
R/L1
Filter
Line Power TB1
Ground Terminal – PE
R/L1 S/L2 T/L3 BR– BR+
FAULT
READY
to TB3
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
Ground Terminal – PE
Control
Cabinet ➊
Control Wiring TB3
U/T1 V/T2 W/T3 DC– DC+
Motor Wiring TB2
W/T3
V/T2
U/T1
Shielded Enclosure
= EMC Tested Shielded Cable Clamp (or Metal Conduit)
➊ When the control circuitry is located outside of the 160 enclosure.
Shielded Motor Cable
to Motor
CE Conformity
C-3
Cable Clamps
•
•
•
•
Use suitable EMC-tested cable clamps only.
The connection area must be 360 degrees around the shielded cable.
The cable clamps also provide strain-relief for the cable.
When using conduit, the contact point of metal entry connections must be free
of paint or non-conductive surfaces and solidly connected with good
conductivity to the enclosure.
Motor Cable
• The cable between the drive and motor must be a 4-wire shielded cable (three
phases and ground).
• Do not exceed the maximum motor cable length for the specific line filter
module used.
• Inside the shielded enclosure, shielded motor cable must be used as close to the
drive’s output terminals as possible. The shield must be solidly connected to the
PE terminal of the drive.
• Where the shielded motor cable exits the enclosure, an EMC-tested cable
clamp, or metal conduit must be used to solidly connect the cable shield to the
enclosure.
• The shield on the motor side must be solidly connected to the motor housing
with an EMC-tested cable clamp, or conduit, providing good conductivity from
the cable shield to the motor housing.
Motor Connections
Figure C.2
R/L1 S/L2 T/L3 BR– BR+
FAULT
READY
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
Ground Terminal – PE
4 Wire Shielded Motor Cable
U/T1 V/T2 W/T3 DC– DC+
Motor Wiring TB2
W/T3
V/T2
U/T1
Shielded Enclosure
= EMC Tested Shielded Cable Clamp (or Metal Conduit)
Ground to Motor Housing
C-4
CE Conformity
Control Cable
• Control wiring must use shielded cable, or grounded metal conduit.
Shielded Motor and Control Cable Example
Figure C.3
Stranded Copper Wire
Plastic Insulation
Inner Plastic Sheath
Compact Screen of Galvanized (Tinned) Copper or Steel
Outer Plastic Jacket
• The shield must be connected to signal common at both ends of the cable.
• The Common terminals (TB3-3 & 7) must be solidly connected (and as short as
possible) to the PE terminal of the drive.
Control Connections
Ground Terminal – PE
Figure C.4
R/L1 S/L2 T/L3 BR– BR+
FAULT
READY
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
Ground Terminal – PE
Control Wiring TB3
Control
Cabinet ➊
U/T1 V/T2 W/T3 DC– DC+
to TB3
Signal
Common
Shielded Control Cable
Shielded Enclosure
= EMC Tested Shielded Cable Clamp (or Metal Conduit)
➊ When the control circuitry is located outside of the 160 enclosure.
CE Conformity
C-5
Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC Compliance
This product complies with Low Voltage Directive 72/23/EEC when conforming
with the following installation requirements:
• Review Chapter 1, Important Precautions and other ATTENTION statements
throughout this manual prior to installation of the drive.
• The drive is intended to be installed with a fixed connection to the earth. The
use of residual-current-operated protective devices (RCDs) or ground fault
indicators is not recommended. If unavoidable, the Bulletin 160 is compatible
with type B RCDs only.
• The drive should be installed in an appropriate or suitable enclosure.
Important:
The conformity of this drive and filter to any standard does not
guarantee that the entire installation will conform. Many factors
can influence the total installation and only direct measurements
can verify total conformity.
C-6
CE Conformity
End of Chapter
Index
Symbols
±10V DC control 2-19
clearing faults 5-12, 6-1
compensation 5-15
compliance
CE A-2, C-1
CSA A-2
CUL A-2
EEC C-5
conditioning input power 2-6
control wiring 2-9–2-17
precautions 2-9
preset speed 2-20
requirements 2-9
CSA A-2
CUL A-2
current limiting 5-8
Numerics
12V internal power supply 2-9
24V DC interface module B-5
4 – 20 mA control 2-19
A
B
C
AC input wiring 2-3
Accel/Decel control 5-5, 5-13
accessories (see optional accessories) B-1
ambient temperature 2-1, A-2
analog input
frequency sources 2-18
analog inversion
inverting input 5-15
analog scaling
analog input min/max 5-15
analog select 5-14
zero offset 5-12
analog signal 2-18
approvals
CE A-2, C-1
CSA A-2
CUL A-2
arrow keys 3-2
auto restart 5-10
D
block diagram 6-4
braking
DC injection 5-8
enabling dynamic braking 5-11
stop mode 5-6
branch circuit disconnect 2-3
branch circuit protection 2-5
capacitive current cable length recommendations
2-8
capacitor module B-1, B-4
connection 1-5
carrier frequency A-3
PWM 5-10
catalog number
explanation 1-2
location 1-3
CE 2-1, A-2, C-1
change direction (see also analog inversion) 3-2
circuit breaker ratings 2-5
E
F
DeviceNet module 1-5, B-5
diagnostics
display group parameters 5-3–5-5
fault descriptions 6-2
dimensions
24V DC interface module B-5
capacitor module B-4
DeviceNet module B-5
drive B-6, B-7
dynamic brake module B-2
line filter module B-3
line reactor B-2
mounting B-8
direction indicators 3-2
display mode 3-1
dynamic brake module B-1, B-2
connection 1-5
dynamic braking 5-11
electrostatic discharge 1-1, 3-3
enter key 3-2
escape key 3-2
fan replacement B-1
faults
clearing 5-12, 6-1
descriptions 6-2
problems and corrective actions 6-3
status LEDs 1-4
Index-2
features
optional 1-5
standard 1-4
frequency control
min/max frequency 5-6
skip frequency 5-7
frequency source 2-18
fuse ratings 2-5
G
I
K
L
M
N
O
grounding 2-3, 2-9
input mode selection 2-11, 5-9
input power
conditioning 2-6
protection 2-5
installation
clearances 2-1
EMC compliance C-1–C-4
templates B-9, B-10
internal 12V power supply 2-9
keypad
display mode 3-1
installation 3-4
key descriptions 3-2
program mode 3-1
removal 3-3
LEDs 1-4, 3-2
line filter module 1-5, B-1, B-3
line reactor B-1, B-2
line side protection 2-5
lock protection 5-12
motor cable
length recommendations 2-7–2-8
long cable effects 2-7
recommended cable 2-6
reflective wave 2-7
motor starter 2-5
mounting requirements
clearances 2-1
mounting templates B-9, B-10
nameplate information 1-3
P
optional accessories
24V DC interface module 1-5, B-5
capacitor module 1-5, B-4
DeviceNet module 1-5, B-5
dynamic brake module 1-5, B-2
line filters 1-5, B-1, B-3
line reactors B-1, B-2
program keypad module 1-5
output contacts 2-9, 5-10
overload protection 2-5, 5-8
parameters 5-1–5-16
commonly changed 5-1
display group 5-3–5-5
01 - [Output Frequency] 5-3
02 - [Output Voltage] 5-3
03 - [Output Current] 5-3
04 - [Output Power] 5-3
05 - [Bus Voltage] 5-3
06 - [Frequency Command] 5-3
07 - [Last Fault] 5-3
08 - [Heatsink Temperature] 5-3
09 - [Controller Status] 5-3
10 - [Controller Type] 5-3
11 - [Control Version] 5-3
12 - [Input Status] 5-4
13 - [Power Factor Angle] 5-4
14 - [Memory Probe Display] 5-4
15 - [Preset Status] 5-4
16 - [Analog Input] 5-4
17 - [Fault Buffer 0] 5-5
18 - [Fault Buffer 1] 5-5
19 - [Fault Buffer 2] 5-5
overview 5-1
program group 5-5–5-16
30 - [Accel Time 1] 5-5
31 - [Decel Time 1] 5-6
32 - [Maximum Frequency] 5-6
32 - [Minimum Frequency] 5-6
34 - [Stop Mode Select] 5-6
35 - [Base Frequency] 5-6
36 - [Base Voltage] 5-6
37 - [Boost Select] 5-7
37 - [Maximum Voltage] 5-6
39 - [Skip Frequency] 5-7
Index-3
40 - [Skip Frequency Band] 5-7
41 - [Motor Overload Select] 5-8
42 - [Motor Overload Current] 5-8
43 - [Current Limit] 5-8
44 - [DC Hold Time] 5-8
45 - [DC Hold Voltage] 5-9
46 - [Input Mode] 5-9
47 - [Output Configure] 5-10
48 - [Output Threshold] 5-10
49 - [PWM Frequency] 5-10
50 - [Restart Tries] 5-10
51 - [Restart Time] 5-11
52 - [DB Enable] 5-11
53 - [S-Curve] 5-11
54 - [Clear Fault] 5-12
55 - [Memory Probe Address] 5-12
56 - [Reset Functions] 5-12
57 - [Program Lock] 5-12
58 - [Internal Frequency] 5-12
59 - [Frequency Select] 5-12
60 - [Zero Offset] 5-12
61 – 68 - [Preset Frequency 0-7] 5-13
69 - [Accel Time 2] 5-13
70 - [Decel Time 2] 5-13
71 - [IR Compensation] 5-14
72 - [Slip Compensation] 5-14
73 - [Reverse Disable] 5-14
74 - [Analog Select] 5-14
75 - [Analog Input Minimum] 5-15
76 - [Analog Input Maximum] 5-15
78 - [Compensation] 5-15
79 - [Software Current Trip] 5-15
80 - [Stall Fault Time] 5-15
81 - [PI Proportional Gain] 5-16
82 - [PI Integral Gain] 5-16
83 - [PI Process Reference] 5-16
resetting to factory defaults 5-12
potentiometer wiring 2-19
power wiring 2-2
precautions 2-2
terminal block specifications 2-3
precautions 1-1
preset frequencies 5-12
Program Keypad Module 1-5
display mode 3-1
installation 3-4
key descriptions 3-2
program mode 3-1
removal 3-3
program lock 5-12
program mode 3-1
programming 5-1
example 5-2
reset to defaults 5-2
R
S
T
V
reflected wave protection 2-7
reflective wave
cable length 2-7
RWR (reflective wave reducer) 2-7
resetting default values 5-12
reverse key 3-2
RS-232 module B-5
S-Curve 5-11
select key 3-2
specifications A-1–A-3
380-460V AC input ratings A-1
control 2-9
electrical 2-2
environment 2-1
input power protection 2-5
installation 2-1
wiring 2-3
start key 3-2
start-up 4-1
stop key 3-2
storage temperature 2-1, A-2
terminal block
control wiring 2-9
specifications 2-9
TB1 2-2
TB2 2-2
TB3 2-2
troubleshooting 6-1
fault descriptions 6-2
problems and corrective actions 6-3
vibration A-2
Index-4
W
wiring
analog input 2-18
cable length 2-7
control/signal 2-9–2-17
motor cable specifications 2-6
symbol key 2-10
terminal block specifications 2-3
Publication 0160-5.17ML-EN — May 2000
Supersedes 0160-5.15 – January 1999, 0160-5.15DU3 – June 1999, 0160-5.15DU4 – November 1999
P/N 194456 (02)
Copyright 2000 Rockwell International Corporation. All rights reserved. Printed in USA.
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