Adjustable Frequency AC Drive

Adjustable Frequency AC Drive
Adjustable
Frequency AC
Drive
User Manual
www.abpowerflex.com
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
available from your local Rockwell Automation Sales Office or online at http://
www.ab.com/manuals/gi) 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 the Rockwell Automation, Inc. be responsible or liable for
indirect or consequential damages resulting from the use or application of this
equipment.
The examples and diagrams in this manual are included solely for illustrative
purposes. Because of the many variables and requirements associated with any
particular installation, the Rockwell Automation, Inc. cannot assume
responsibility or liability for actual use based on the examples and diagrams.
No patent liability is assumed by Rockwell Automation, Inc. 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 the Rockwell Automation, Inc. 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.
Attentions help you:
•
•
•
identify a hazard
avoid the hazard
recognize the consequences
Important: Identifies information that is especially important for successful
application and understanding of the product.
Shock Hazard labels may be located on or inside the drive to alert
people that dangerous voltage may be present.
DriveExplorer, DriveTools32, and SCANport are trademarks of Rockwell Automation.
PLC is a registered trademark of Rockwell Automation.
ControlNet is a trademark of ControlNet International, Ltd.
DeviceNet is a trademark of the Open DeviceNet Vendor Association.
Summary of Changes
The information below summarizes the changes to the PowerFlex 70
User Manual since the July 2002 release.
Description of New or Updated Information
IP66 (NEMA Type 4X/12) enclosure added to Catalog Number
Explanation.
IP66 (NEMA Type 4X/12) cover removal and installation added.
Maximum surrounding air temperature guidelines clarified for all drive
enclosure types.
Minimum mounting clearances clarified for all drive enclosure types.
Recommendations for Shielded/Armored cables added.
Wire routing recommendations include IP66 (NEMA Type 4X/12)
enclosure information
The following parameter descriptions or values have changed:
[DC Bus Voltage] – Min/Max values are 0.0/Based on Drive Rating
[DC Bus Memory] – Min/Max values are 0.0/Based on Drive Rating
[Maximum Voltage] – Min/Max values are Rated Volts × 0.25/Rated Volts
[IR Voltage Drop] – Description changed.
[Break Frequency] – Min/Max values are 0.0/[Maximum Freq]
[PI Integral Time] – Description changed.
[PI Output Meter] – Min/Max values are –/+ 100.0 Hz
[DB Resistor Type] – Description changed.
[Reset To Defaults] – Description changed.
[Drive OL Count] – Description changed.
[Digital Outx Sel] – Description changed.
IP66 (NEMA Type 4X/12) enclosure dimensions added.
Menu structure updated.
Voltage Tolerance information added.
See Page(s)
Preface-5
1-2
1-2, A-1
1-2
1-6
1-8, 1-13
3-8
3-8
3-10
3-11
3-12
3-17
3-18
3-21
3-24
3-27
3-38
A-6
B-3
C-12
soc-2
The information below summarizes the changes to the PowerFlex 70
User Manual since the October 2001 release.
Description of New or Updated Information
Minimum Mounting Clearances reduced for all drive ratings.
Recommended shielded cable information expanded.
Information on using input/output contactors added.
Wiring Examples expanded to provide more detail.
Speed Reference Selection Chart clarified.
EMC Instructions updated.
The symbol “ ” in the “Related” column of a parameter description
indicates that additional parameter information is available in Appendix C.
The following parameter descriptions or values have changed:
[Output Powr Fctr] – Min/Max values are 0.00/1.00
[Rated kW] – Units = 0.01 kW
[Motor NP Power] – Min/Max values are 0.00/100.00
[Motor OL Hertz] – Parameter details added to Appendix C
[Motor OL Factor] – Parameter details added to Appendix C
[Flux Up Time] – Min/Max values are 0.00/5.00 Secs
[Overspeed Limit] – Parameter details added to Appendix C
[PI Configuration] – Parameter details added to Appendix C
[PI Control] – Parameter details added to Appendix C
[PI Reference Sel] – Parameter details added to Appendix C
[PI Setpoint] – Min/Max values are –/+ 100.00% of Maximum
[PI Ref Meter] – Min/Max values are –/+ 100.00%
[PI Feedback Meter] – Min/Max values are –/+ 100.00%
[Stop Mode x] – Parameter details added to Appendix C
[Bus Reg Mode x] – Parameter details added to Appendix C
[DB Resistor Type] – Description changed.
[Start At PowerUp] – Parameter details added to Appendix C
[Fault x Code] – Min/Max values are 0/9999
[Analog In x Hi] – Min/Max values are –/+ 10.000V, 0.000/10.000V
[Analog In 1 Lo] – Min/Max values are 0.000/10.000V
[Analog In 2 Lo] – Min/Max values are –/+ 10.000V
Specifications added to Appendix A.
Communication Configurations added to Appendix A.
Drive, Fuse & Circuit Breaker Ratings information updated
Drive dimensions added to Appendix A
Appendix C, Application Notes added.
See Page(s)
1-2
1-7
1-10
1-15
1-17
1-19
3-2
3-8
3-9
3-9
3-10
3-10
3-10
3-13
3-16
3-16
3-17
3-17
3-18
3-18
3-19
3-20
3-21
3-21
3-30
3-35
3-35
3-35
A-1
A-3
A-11 – A-14
A-6
C-1
Table of Contents
Preface
Overview
Chapter 1
Installation/Wiring Opening the Cover. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
Who Should Use this Manual? . . . . . . . . .
What Is Not in this Manual . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reference Materials. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Manual Conventions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Drive Frame Sizes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
General Precautions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Catalog Number Explanation . . . . . . . . . .
P-1
P-1
P-2
P-2
P-3
P-3
P-5
Mounting Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
AC Supply Source Considerations . . . . . . 1-3
General Grounding Requirements. . . . . . . 1-4
Fuses and Circuit Breakers . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-5
Power Wiring. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-5
IP66 (NEMA Type 4X/12) Installations . . 1-9
Using Input/Output Contactors . . . . . . . . 1-10
Disconnecting MOVs and Common Mode
Capacitors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-10
I/O Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-12
Speed Reference Control. . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-17
Auto/Manual Examples. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-18
EMC Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-19
Chapter 2
Start Up
Prepare For Drive Start-Up . . . . . . . . . . . .
Status Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Start-Up Routines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Running S.M.A.R.T. Start . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Running an Assisted Start Up . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 3
Programing and
Parameters
About Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
How Parameters are Organized . . . . . . . . . 3-3
Monitor File (File A) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-8
Motor Control File (File B) . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-9
Speed Command File (File C). . . . . . . . . 3-12
Dynamic Control File (File D) . . . . . . . . 3-18
Utility File (File E) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-23
Communication File (File H) . . . . . . . . . 3-31
Inputs & Outputs File (File J) . . . . . . . . . 3-35
Parameter Cross Reference – by Name . . 3-39
Chapter 4
Troubleshooting
Faults and Alarms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
Drive Status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2
Manually Clearing Faults . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-3
Fault Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-3
Clearing Alarms. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-7
Alarm Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-7
Testpoint Codes and Functions . . . . . . . . 4-10
Common Symptoms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-10
Appendices
See Next Page
2-1
2-2
2-3
2-4
2-4
ii
Appendix A
Supplemental Drive Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-1
Communication Configurations. . . . . . . . . A-3
Information
Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-6
Output Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-11
Drive, Fuse & Circuit Breaker Ratings . . A-11
Appendix B
HIM Overview
External and Internal Connections. . . . . . .
LCD Display Elements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ALT Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing the HIM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Menu Structure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Viewing and Editing Parameters . . . . . . . .
Appendix C
Application Notes
External Brake Resistor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C-1
Skip Frequency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C-2
Stop Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C-4
Motor Overload . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C-6
Start At PowerUp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C-7
Overspeed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C-8
Process PI for Standard Control . . . . . . . . C-9
Voltage Tolerance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C-12
Index
B-1
B-2
B-2
B-2
B-3
B-5
Preface
Overview
The purpose of this manual is to provide you with the basic information
needed to install, start-up and troubleshoot the PowerFlex 70 Adjustable
Frequency AC Drive.
For information on…
Who Should Use this Manual?
What Is Not in this Manual
Reference Materials
Manual Conventions
Drive Frame Sizes
General Precautions
Catalog Number Explanation
See page…
P-1
P-1
P-2
P-2
P-3
P-3
P-5
Who Should Use this Manual?
This manual is intended for qualified personnel. You must be able to
program and operate Adjustable Frequency AC Drive devices. In
addition, you must have an understanding of the parameter settings and
functions.
What Is Not in this Manual
The PowerFlex 70 User Manual is designed to provide only basic
start-up information. For detailed drive information, please refer to the
PowerFlex Reference Manual. The reference manual is included on the
CD supplied with your drive or is also available online at
http://www.ab.com/manuals.
P-2
Overview
Reference Materials
The following manuals are recommended for general drive information:
Title
Industrial Automation Wiring
and Grounding Guidelines
Preventive Maintenance of
Industrial Control and Drive
System Equipment
Safety Guidelines for the
Application, Installation and
Maintenance of Solid State
Control
A Global Reference Guide for
Reading Schematic Diagrams
Guarding Against Electrostatic
Damage
Publication
1770-4.1
Available Online at …
www.ab.com/manuals/gi
DRIVES-TD001A-EN-E
www.ab.com/manuals/dr
SGI-1.1
www.ab.com/manuals/gi
0100-2.10
www.ab.com/manuals/ms
8000-4.5.2
www.ab.com/manuals/dr
For detailed PowerFlex 70 information:
Title
PowerFlex Reference
Manual
Publication
PFLEX-RM001…
Available …
on the CD supplied with the drive or
at www.ab.com/manuals/dr
For Allen-Bradley Drives Technical Support:
Title
Allen-Bradley Drives Technical Support
Online at …
www.ab.com/support/abdrives
Manual Conventions
•
In this manual we refer to the PowerFlex 70 Adjustable Frequency
AC Drive as; drive, PowerFlex 70 or PowerFlex 70 Drive.
•
To help differentiate parameter names and LCD display text from
other text, the following conventions will be used:
•
–
Parameter Names will appear in [brackets].
For example: [DC Bus Voltage].
–
Display Text will appear in “quotes.” For example: “Enabled.”
The following words are used throughout the manual to describe an
action:
Word
Can
Cannot
May
Must
Shall
Should
Should Not
Meaning
Possible, able to do something
Not possible, not able to do something
Permitted, allowed
Unavoidable, you must do this
Required and necessary
Recommended
Not recommended
Overview
P-3
Drive Frame Sizes
Similar PowerFlex 70 drive sizes are grouped into frame sizes to
simplify spare parts ordering, dimensioning, etc. A cross reference of
drive catalog numbers and their respective frame size is provided in
Appendix A.
General Precautions
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!
!
!
!
!
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 A-B publication 8000-4.5.2, “Guarding Against Electrostatic
Damage” or any other applicable ESD protection handbook.
ATTENTION: An incorrectly applied or installed drive can result in
component damage or a reduction in product life. Wiring or application
errors, such as, undersizing the motor, incorrect or inadequate AC
supply, or excessive ambient temperatures may result in malfunction of
the system.
ATTENTION: Only qualified personnel familiar with adjustable
frequency AC drives and associated machinery should plan or
implement the installation, start-up and subsequent maintenance of the
system. Failure to comply may result in personal injury and/or
equipment damage.
ATTENTION: To avoid an electric shock hazard, verify that the
voltage on the bus capacitors has discharged before performing any
work on the drive. Measure the DC bus voltage at the +DC terminal of
the Power Terminal Block and the -DC test point (refer to Chapter 1 for
locations). The voltage must be zero.
ATTENTION: Risk of injury or equipment damage exists. DPI or
SCANport host products must not be directly connected together via
1202 cables. Unpredictable behavior can result if two or more devices
are connected in this manner.
ATTENTION: A risk of injury or equipment damage exists in
firmware version 1.011 and earlier. When there is a combination of long
shielded motor cables, high source impedance, low speed, light motor
load and parameter 190 [Direction Mode] is set to “Unipolar” or
“Bipolar,” an unexpected change in motor direction may occur. If these
conditions exist, choose one of the following corrective actions:
• Set parameter 190 to “Reverse Dis”
• Set parameters 161 and 162 to “Disabled”
• Install a properly sized Dynamic Brake resistor
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Overview
!
ATTENTION: Nuisance tripping may occur in firmware version
1.011 and earlier due to unstable currents. When using a motor that is
connected for a voltage that is different from the drive (e.g., using a
230V connected motor with a 460V drive) the following adjustment
must be made to “Stability Gain” using DriveExplorer software and a
personal computer.
Motor Nameplate Voltage
--------------------------------------------------------------- × 128
Drive Rated Voltage
Any adjustment made to “Stability Gain” must be manually restored if
the drive is reset to defaults or is replaced.
If unstable currents are still present after making the adjustment,
contact the factory for assistance.
!
ATTENTION: The “adjust freq” portion of the bus regulator function
is extremely useful for preventing nuisance overvoltage faults resulting
from aggressive decelerations, overhauling loads, and eccentric loads.
It forces the output frequency to be greater than commanded frequency
while the drive’s bus voltage is increasing towards levels that would
otherwise cause a fault; however, it can also cause either of the
following two conditions to occur.
1. Fast positive changes in input voltage (more than a 10% increase
within 6 minutes) can cause uncommanded positive speed changes;
however an “OverSpeed Limit” fault will occur if the speed reaches
[Max Speed] + [Overspeed Limit]. If this condition is unacceptable,
action should be taken to 1) limit supply voltages within the
specification of the drive and, 2) limit fast positive input voltage
changes to less than 10%. Without taking such actions, if this operation
is unacceptable, the “adjust freq” portion of the bus regulator function
must be disabled (see parameters 161 and 162).
2. Actual deceleration times can be longer than commanded
deceleration times; however, a “Decel Inhibit” fault is generated if the
drive stops decelerating altogether. If this condition is unacceptable, the
“adjust freq” portion of the bus regulator must be disabled (see
parameters 161 and 162). In addition, installing a properly sized
dynamic brake resistor will provide equal or better performance in most
cases.
Note: These faults are not instantaneous and have shown test results
that take between 2 and 12 seconds to occur.
20A
B
2P1
Voltage Rating Rating
A
1
Enclosure
HIM
Code Type
20A 70
20B 700
Code
B
C
D
E
Voltage
240V AC
400V AC
480V AC
600V AC
Code
A
P
S
N
Ph.
3
3
3
3
Code
0
1
2
3
4
5
Code
A
C
F
Output Current @ 600V 60Hz Input
kW (HP)
0.37 (0.5)
0.75 (1.0)
1.5 (2.0)
2.2 (3.0)
4.0 (5.0)
5.5 (7.5)
7.5 (10)
11 (15)
15 (20)
Y
Type
English Manual
Portuguese Manual
Spanish Manual
No Manual
Interface Module
Blank HIM
Digital LED HIM
Digital LCD HIM
Full Numeric LCD HIM
Analog LCD HIM
Prog. Only LCD HIM
N
Emission Class
Code w/Brake IGBT
Y
Yes
Code Rating
A
Filtered (Excluding 600V AC)
A(2) & B Frames (Optional)
C & D Frames (Standard)
N
Not Filtered
A & B Frames (Optional)
C & D Frames NA (600V AC only)
N
N
Comm Slot
Code
C
D
R
S
N
Code w/Brake Resistor
Y
Yes
N
No
Version
ControlNet (Coax)
DeviceNet
RIO
RS485 DF-1
N/A
(1) All drives ship with multilingual Quick Starts.
(2) Increases A Frame size to B.
Enclosure
Panel Mount - IP 20 (NEMA Type 1)
Panel Mount - IP 66 (NEMA Type 4X/12)
Flange Mount - Front = IP 20 (NEMA Type 1), Heatsink = IP66 (NEMA Type 4X/12)
Output Current @ 480V 60Hz Input Output Current @ 400V 50Hz Input
Code
1P1
2P1
3P4
5P0
8P0
011
014
022
027
N
Brake Resistor
Amps
1.1
2.1
3.4
5.0
8.0
11
14
22
27
kW (HP)
0.37 (0.5)
0.75 (1.0)
1.5 (2.0)
2.2 (3.0)
3.7 (5.0)
5.5 (7.5)
7.5 (10)
11 (15)
15 (20)
Code
1P3
2P1
3P5
5P0
8P7
011
015
022
030
Amps
1.3
2.1
3.5
5.0
8.7
11.5
15.4
22
30
kW (HP)
0.37 (0.5)
0.75 (1.0)
1.5 (2.0)
2.2 (3.0)
4.0 (5.0)
5.5 (7.5)
7.5 (10)
11 (15)
15 (20)
Output Current @ 240V 60Hz Input
Output Current @ 208V 60Hz Input
Code
2P2
4P2
6P8
9P6
015
022
028
Code
2P2
4P2
6P8
9P6
015
022
028
Amps
2.2
4.2
6.8
9.6
15.3
22
28
kW (HP)
0.37 (0.5)
0.75 (1.0)
1.5 (2.0)
2.2 (3.0)
4.0 (5.0)
5.5 (7.5)
7.5 (10)
Amps
2.5
4.8
7.8
11
17.5
25.3
32.2
kW (HP)
0.37 (0.5)
0.75 (1.0)
1.5 (2.0)
2.2 (3.0)
4.0 (5.0)
5.5 (7.5)
7.5 (10)
P-5
Amps
0.9
1.7
2.7
3.9
6.1
9.0
11
17
22
Y
Overview
Code
0P9
1P7
2P7
3P9
6P1
9P0
011
017
022
A
Documentation (1) Brake IGBT
Catalog Number Explanation
Drive
P-6
Notes:
Overview
Chapter 1
Installation/Wiring
This chapter provides information on mounting and wiring the
PowerFlex 70 Drive.
For information on…
Opening the Cover
Mounting Considerations
AC Supply Source Considerations
General Grounding Requirements
Fuses and Circuit Breakers
Power Wiring
Using Input/Output Contactors
See page
1-1
1-2
1-3
1-4
1-5
1-5
1-10
For information on…
See page
Disconnecting MOVs and 1-10
Common Mode Capacitors
I/O Wiring
Speed Reference Control
Auto/Manual Examples
EMC Instructions
1-12
1-17
1-18
1-19
Most start-up difficulties are the result of incorrect wiring. Every
precaution must be taken to assure that the wiring is done as instructed.
All items must be read and understood before the actual installation
begins.
!
ATTENTION: The following information is merely a guide for proper
installation. The Allen-Bradley Company cannot assume responsibility
for the compliance or the noncompliance to any code, national, local or
otherwise for the proper installation of this drive or associated
equipment. A hazard of personal injury and/or equipment damage
exists if codes are ignored during installation.
Opening the Cover
IP 20 (NEMA Type 1)
1. Loosen cover screw.
2. Pull cover straight off chassis to
avoid damaging connector pins.
1-2
Installation/Wiring
IP 66 (NEMA Type 4X/12)
2. Pull cover straight off chassis.
1. Loosen the 4 cover screws.
Important: Torque cover screws to 0.79 N-m (7 lb.-in.).
Mounting Considerations
Maximum Surrounding Air Temperature
Enclosure Rating
Open Type, IP 20, NEMA Type 1 &
Flange Mount
IP 66 & NEMA Type 4X/12
Temperature Range
0 to 50 degrees C (32 to 122 degrees F)
0 to 40 degrees C (32 to 104 degrees F)
PowerFlex 70 drives are designed to operate at 0° to 50°C (32° to 122°F)
surrounding air temperature.
Important: Some drives are equipped with an adhesive label on the top
of the chassis. Removing the adhesive label from the drive
changes the NEMA enclosure rating from Type 1 Enclosed
to Open Type.
Minimum Mounting Clearances
152.4 mm
(6.0 in.)
152.4 mm
(6.0 in.)
Clearances apply to all
PowerFlex 70 Drives:
• Panel Mount
• Flange Mount
• NEMA Type 4X/12
152.4 mm
(6.0 in.)
152.4 mm
(6.0 in.)
Installation/Wiring
1-3
AC Supply Source Considerations
PowerFlex 70 drives are suitable for use on a circuit capable of
delivering up to a maximum of 200,000 rms symmetrical amperes, and a
maximum of 600 volts.
!
ATTENTION: To guard against personal injury and/or equipment
damage caused by improper fusing or circuit breaker selection, use only
the recommended line fuses/circuit breakers specified in Appendix A.
If a system ground fault monitor (RCD) is to be used, only Type B
(adjustable) devices should be used to avoid nuisance tripping.
Unbalanced or Ungrounded Distribution Systems
If phase to ground voltage will exceed 125% of normal line to line
voltage or the supply system is ungrounded, refer to the PowerFlex
Reference Manual.
!
ATTENTION: PowerFlex 70 drives contain protective MOVs and
common mode capacitors that are referenced to ground. These devices
should be disconnected if the drive is installed on an ungrounded
distribution system. See page 1-10 for jumper locations.
Input Power Conditioning
Certain events on the power system supplying a drive can cause
component damage or shortened product life. These conditions are
divided into 2 basic categories:
1. All drives
– The power system has power factor correction capacitors
switched in and out of the system, either by the user or by the
power company.
–
The power source has intermittent voltage spikes in excess of
6000 volts. These spikes could be caused by other equipment on
the line or by events such as lightning strikes.
– The power source has frequent interruptions.
2. 5 HP or Less Drives (in addition to “1” above)
–
The nearest supply transformer is larger than 100kVA or the
available short circuit (fault) current is greater than 100,000A.
–
The impedance in front of the drive is less than 0.5%.
If any or all of these conditions exist, it is recommended that the user
install a minimum amount of impedance between the drive and the
source. This impedance could come from the supply transformer itself,
the cable between the transformer and drive or an additional transformer
1-4
Installation/Wiring
or reactor. The impedance can be calculated using the information
supplied in either the PowerFlex Reference Manual or the technical
document on Wiring and Grounding Guidelines, publication
DRIVES-IN001A-EN-P.
General Grounding Requirements
The drive Safety Ground - PE must be connected to system ground.
Ground impedance must conform to the requirements of national and
local industrial safety regulations and/or electrical codes. The integrity
of all ground connections should be periodically checked.
For installations within a cabinet, a single safety ground point or ground
bus bar connected directly to building steel should be used. All circuits
including the AC input ground conductor should be grounded
independently and directly to this point/bar.
Figure 1.1 Typical Grounding
R (L1)
S (L2)
T (L3)
U (T1)
V (T2)
W (T3)
PE
SHLD
Safety Ground - PE
This is the safety ground for the drive that is required by code. This point
must be connected to adjacent building steel (girder, joist), a floor
ground rod or bus bar (see above). Grounding points must comply with
national and local industrial safety regulations and/or electrical codes.
Shield Termination - SHLD
The Shield terminal (see Figure 1.2 on page 1-8) provides a grounding
point for the motor cable shield. It must be connected to an earth ground
by a separate continuous lead. The motor cable shield should be
connected to this terminal on the drive (drive end) and the motor frame
(motor end). A shield terminating cable gland may also be used.
When shielded cable is used for control and signal wiring, the shield
should be grounded at the source end only, not at the drive end.
Installation/Wiring
1-5
RFI Filter Grounding
Using an optional RFI filter may result in relatively high ground leakage
currents. Therefore, the filter must only be used in installations with
grounded AC supply systems and be permanently installed and
solidly grounded (bonded) to the building power distribution ground.
Ensure that the incoming supply neutral is solidly connected (bonded) to
the same building power distribution ground. Grounding must not rely
on flexible cables and should not include any form of plug or socket that
would permit inadvertent disconnection. Some local codes may require
redundant ground connections. The integrity of all connections should
be periodically checked. Refer to the instructions supplied with the filter.
Fuses and Circuit Breakers
The PowerFlex 70 can be installed with either input fuses or an input
circuit breaker. National and local industrial safety regulations and/or
electrical codes may determine additional requirements for these
installations. Refer to Appendix A for recommended fuses/circuit
breakers.
!
ATTENTION: The PowerFlex 70 does not provide branch short
circuit protection. Specifications for the recommended fuse or circuit
breaker to provide protection against short circuits are provided in
Appendix A.
Power Wiring
!
ATTENTION: National Codes and standards (NEC, VDE, BSI etc.)
and local codes outline provisions for safely installing electrical
equipment. Installation must comply with specifications regarding wire
types, conductor sizes, branch circuit protection and disconnect
devices. Failure to do so may result in personal injury and/or equipment
damage.
1-6
Installation/Wiring
Cable Types Acceptable for 200-600 Volt Installations
A variety of cable types are acceptable for drive installations. For many
installations, unshielded cable is adequate, provided it can be separated
from sensitive circuits. As an approximate guide, allow a spacing of 0.3
meters (1 foot) for every 10 meters (32.8 feet) of length. In all cases,
long parallel runs must be avoided. Do not use cable with an insulation
thickness less than or equal to 15 mils (0.4 mm/0.015 in.). See Table
1.A.
Unshielded
THHN, THWN or similar wire is acceptable for drive installation in dry
environments provided adequate free air space and/or conduit fill rates
limits are provided. Do not use THHN or similarly coated wire in wet
areas. Any wire chosen must have a minimum insulation thickness of 15
mils and should not have large variations in insulation concentricity.
Shielded/Armored Cable
Shielded cable contains all of the general benefits of multi-conductor
cable with the added benefit of a copper braided shield that can contain
much of the noise generated by a typical AC Drive. Strong consideration
for shielded cable should be given in installations with sensitive
equipment such as weigh scales, capacitive proximity switches and other
devices that may be affected by electrical noise in the distribution
system. Applications with large numbers of drives in a similar location,
imposed EMC regulations or a high degree of communications /
networking are also good candidates for shielded cable.
Shielded cable may also help reduce shaft voltage and induced bearing
currents for some applications. In addition, the increased impedance of
shielded cable may help extend the distance that the motor can be
located from the drive without the addition of motor protective devices
such as terminator networks. Refer to Reflected Wave in “Wiring and
Grounding Guidelines for PWM AC Drives,” publication
DRIVES-IN001A-EN-P.
Consideration should be given to all of the general specifications
dictated by the environment of the installation, including temperature,
flexibility, moisture characteristics and chemical resistance. In addition,
a braided shield should be included and be specified by the cable
manufacturer as having coverage of at least 75%. An additional foil
shield can greatly improve noise containment.
A good example of recommended cable is Belden® 295xx (xx
determines gauge). This cable has four (4) XLPE insulated conductors
with a 100% coverage foil and an 85% coverage copper braided shield
(with drain wire) surrounded by a PVC jacket.
Installation/Wiring
1-7
Other types of shielded cable are available, but the selection of these
types may limit the allowable cable length. Particularly, some of the
newer cables twist 4 conductors of THHN wire and wrap them tightly
with a foil shield. This construction can greatly increase the cable
charging current required and reduce the overall drive performance.
Unless specified in the individual distance tables as tested with the
drive, these cables are not recommended and their performance
against the lead length limits supplied is not known.
Table 1.A Recommended Shielded Wire
Location
Rating/Type
Standard
(Option 1)
600V, 90°C (194°F) • Four tinned copper conductors with XLPE insulation.
XHHW2/RHW-2
• Copper braid/aluminum foil combination shield and tinned
Anixter
copper drain wire.
B209500-B209507, • PVC jacket.
Belden 29501-29507,
or equivalent
Description
Standard
(Option 2)
Tray rated 600V, 90°C • Three tinned copper conductors with XLPE insulation.
(194°F) RHH/RHW-2 • 5 mil single helical copper tape (25% overlap min.) with three
Anixter OLF-7xxxxx or bare copper grounds in contact with shield.
equivalent
• PVC jacket.
Class I & II; Tray rated 600V, 90°C • Three bare copper conductors with XLPE insulation and
Division I & II (194°F) RHH/RHW-2
impervious corrugated continuously welded aluminum armor.
Anixter 7V-7xxxx-3G • Black sunlight resistant PVC jacket overall.
or equivalent
• Three copper grounds on #10 AWG and smaller.
EMC Compliance
Refer to EMC Instructions on page 1-19 for details.
Cable Trays and Conduit
If cable trays or large conduits are to be used, refer to guidelines
presented in the PowerFlex Reference Manual.
!
ATTENTION: To avoid a possible shock hazard caused by induced
voltages, unused wires in the conduit must be grounded at both ends.
For the same reason, if a drive sharing a conduit is being serviced or
installed, all drives using this conduit should be disabled. This will help
minimize the possible shock hazard from “cross coupled” motor leads.
Motor Cable Lengths
Typically, motor lead lengths less than 30 meters (approximately 100
feet) are acceptable. However, if your application dictates longer lengths,
refer to the PowerFlex Reference Manual for details.
1-8
Installation/Wiring
Power Terminal Block
Figure 1.2 Typical Power Terminal Block Location (B Frame Shown)
IP 20 (NEMA Type 1)
IP 66 (NEMA Type 4X/12)
Table 1.B Power Terminal Block Specifications
No. Name
Description
Frame
Power
Terminal
Input
power
and
A, B,
➊ Block
motor connections & C
D
➋
(1)
Wire Size Range (1)
Maximum Minimum
3.5 mm2 0.3 mm2
(12 AWG) (22 AWG)
8.4 mm2 0.8 mm2
(8 AWG) (18 AWG)
SHLD terminal Terminating point All
for wiring shields
—
—
Torque
Maximum
0.66 N-m
(5.5 lb.-in.)
1.7 N-m
(15 lb.-in.)
Recommended
0.6 N-m
(5 lb.-in.)
1.4 N-m
(12 lb.-in.)
1.6 N-m 1.6 N-m
(14 lb.-in.) (14 lb.-in.)
Maximum/minimum sizes that the terminal block will accept - these are not recommendations.
Table 1.C Wire Routing Recommendations
No. Description
➌ Suggested entry for incoming line wiring.
➍
Suggested entry for motor wiring.
Cable Entry Plate Removal
If additional wiring access is needed, the Cable Entry Plate on all drive
Frames can be removed. Simply loosen the screws securing the plate to
the heat sink and slide the plate out.
Installation/Wiring
1-9
Figure 1.3 Power Terminal Block and DC Bus Test Points
➊
-DC
-DC
L1
R
Terminal
R
S
T
+DC
BRK
U
V
W
PE
PE
-DC
L2
S
Description
R (L1)
S (L2)
T (L3)
DC Bus (+)
DC Brake
U (T1)
V (T2)
W (T3)
PE Ground
PE Ground
DC Bus (–)
L3 BR1 BR2 T1
T +DC BRK U
T2
V
T3
W
PE
PE
Notes
AC Line Input Power
AC Line Input Power
AC Line Input Power
Dynamic Brake Resistor Connection (+)
Dynamic Brake Resistor Connection (–)
To Motor
To Motor
To Motor
➊ May be located to the left or right of the Power
Terminal Block.
Figure 1.4 Power Input Terminals on the Internal RFI Filter Option
-DC
-DC
L1
R
L2
S
L3
T
L1
R
L2
S
L3 BR1 BR2 T1
T +DC BRK U
T2
V
T3
W
PE
PE
IP66 (NEMA Type 4X/12) Installations
Use the plugs supplied with IP66 (NEMA Type 4X/12) rated drives to
seal unused holes in the conduit entry plate.
Important: Completely seat the plug inner rim for the best seal.
1-10
Installation/Wiring
Using Input/Output Contactors
Input Contactor Precautions
!
!
ATTENTION: A contactor or other device that routinely disconnects
and reapplies the AC line to the drive to start and stop the motor can
cause drive hardware damage. The drive is designed to use control input
signals that will start and stop the motor. If an input device is used,
operation must not exceed one cycle per minute or drive damage will
occur.
ATTENTION: The drive start/stop/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 may be required to remove the AC
line to the drive. An auxiliary braking method may be required.
Output Contactor Precaution
!
ATTENTION: To guard against drive damage when using output
contactors, the following information must be read and understood.
One or more output contactors may be installed between the drive and
motor(s) for the purpose of disconnecting or isolating certain motors/
loads. If a contactor is opened while the drive is operating, power will
be removed from the respective motor, but the drive will continue to
produce voltage at the output terminals. In addition, reconnecting a
motor to an active drive (by closing the contactor) could produce
excessive current that may cause the drive to fault. If any of these
conditions are determined to be undesirable or unsafe, an auxiliary
contact on the output contactor should be wired to a drive digital input
that is programmed as “Enable.” This will cause the drive to execute a
coast-to-stop (cease output) whenever an output contactor is opened.
Disconnecting MOVs and Common Mode Capacitors
PowerFlex 70 drives contain protective MOVs and common mode
capacitors that are referenced to ground. To guard against drive damage,
these devices should be disconnected if the drive is installed on an
ungrounded distribution system where the line-to-ground voltages on
any phase could exceed 125% of the nominal line-to-line voltage. To
disconnect these devices, remove all the jumper(s) shown in the figure
and table below. See the PowerFlex Reference Manual for more
information on ungrounded system installation.
Installation/Wiring
!
1-11
ATTENTION: To avoid an electric shock hazard, verify that the
voltage on the bus capacitors has discharged before removing/
installing jumpers. Measure the DC bus voltage at the +DC terminal
of the Power Terminal Block and the -DC test point. The voltage
must be zero.
Figure 1.5 Typical Jumper Locations (C Frame Shown)
JP3B
JP3A
JP3 JP2
Figure 1.6 Phase to Ground MOV Removal
R
Three-Phase
AC Input S
T
JP2 JP3
1
2
Frame
Jumper
Removes
A, B, C and D
JP3 – JP2
MOV to Ground
3
4
Figure 1.7 Common Mode Capacitors to Ground Removal
DC+
Converter
DC–
Frame
Jumper
A
N/A
Common
Mode
Capacitors
JP6 JP5
or
JP3B JP3A
Removes
B
JP6 – JP5
Common Mode Capacitors to Ground
C and D
JP3B – JP3A
Common Mode Capacitors to Ground
1-12
Installation/Wiring
I/O Wiring
Important points to remember about I/O wiring:
• Always use copper wire.
• Wire with an insulation rating of 600V or greater is recommended.
• Control and signal wires should be separated from power wires by at
least 0.3 meters (1 foot).
Important: I/O terminals labeled “(–)” or “Common” are not
referenced to earth ground and are designed to greatly
reduce common mode interference. Grounding these
terminals can cause signal noise.
!
!
ATTENTION: Configuring an analog input for 0-20mA operation and
driving it from a voltage source could cause component damage. Verify
proper configuration prior to applying input signals.
ATTENTION: Hazard of personal injury or equipment damage exists
when using bipolar input sources. Noise and drift in sensitive input
circuits can cause unpredictable changes in motor speed and direction.
Use speed command parameters to help reduce input source sensitivity.
Signal and Control Wire Types
Table 1.D Recommended Signal Wire
Signal
Type
Wire Type(s)
Analog I/O Belden 8760/9460(or equiv.)
Belden 8770(or equiv.)
Description
Minimum
Insulation Rating
0.750 mm2 (18AWG),
twisted pair, 100% shield
with drain (1).
300V,
75-90 degrees C
(167-194 degrees F)
0.750 mm2 (18AWG), 3
conductor, shielded for remote
pot only.
EMC
Refer to EMC Instructions on page 1-19 for details.
Compliance
(1)
If the wires are short and contained within a cabinet which has no sensitive circuits, the use of
shielded wire may not be necessary, but is always recommended.
Table 1.E Recommended Control Wire for Digital I/O
Wire Type(s)
Unshielded Per US NEC or applicable national
or local code
Shield
Multi-conductor shielded cable
such as Belden 8770(or equiv.)
Minimum
Insulation Rating
Description
—
0.750 mm2 (18AWG), 3
conductor, shielded.
300V,
60 degrees C
(140 degrees F)
Installation/Wiring
1-13
I/O Terminal Block
Figure 1.8 Typical I/O Terminal Block Location (B Frame Shown)
Table 1.F I/O Terminal Block Specifications
Wire Size Range (1)
Torque
No. Name
Description
Maximum
Minimum
Maximum
Recommended
➊
Signal & control
connections
1.5 mm2
(16 AWG)
0.05 mm2
(30 AWG)
0.55 N-m
(4.9 lb.-in.)
0.5 N-m
(4.4 lb.-in.)
(1)
I/O Terminal
Block
Maximum / minimum that the terminal block will accept - these are not recommendations.
Table 1.G Wire Routing Recommendations
No. Description
➋
Suggested entry for communication wiring.
➌
Suggested entry for I/O and control wiring.
No. Signal
Related
Param.
Installation/Wiring
Factory
Default
1-14
Description
1
Digital In1 Sel
Stop – CF 11.2 mA @ 24V DC
361 (CF = Clear 19.2V minimum on state
366
Fault)
3.2V maximum off state
Start
Important: Use only 24V DC, not suitable for 115V
Auto/Man AC circuitry.
Speed Sel 1 Inputs can be wired as sink or source. See
Speed Sel 2 page 1-15.
2
Digital In2 Sel
3
Digital In3 Sel
4
Digital In4 Sel
5
Digital In5 Sel
6
Digital In6 Sel
Speed Sel 3
7
24V Common
–
8
Digital In Common
–
9
+24V DC
–
10
+10V Pot Reference
–
11
Digital Out 1 – N.O.(1)
12
Digital Out 1 Common
NOT Fault Max Resistive Load
250V AC / 30V DC
50 VA / 60 Watts
13
Digital Out 1 – N.C.(1)
Fault
14
Analog In 1 (– Volts)
(2)
15
Analog In 1 (+ Volts)
Drive supplied power for Digital In1-6 inputs.
See examples on page 1-15.
150mA maximum load.
2 k ohm minimum load.
Max Inductive Load
250V AC / 30V DC
25 VA / 30 Watts
Minimum DC Load
10 µA, 10 mV DC
17
Non-isolated, 0 to +10V, 10 bit, 100k ohm input
(3)
Voltage – impedance.
Reads
Analog In 1 (– Current) value at 14 Non-isolated, 4-20mA, 10 bit, 100 ohm input
impedance.(3)
Analog In 1 (+ Current) & 15
18
Analog In 2 (– Volts)
(2)
19
Analog In 2 (+ Volts)
20
Analog In 2 (– Current)
21
Analog In 2 (+ Current)
Voltage –
Reads
value at 18
& 19
22
Analog Out (– Volts)
10V Pot Common
16
(2)
23
Analog Out (+ Volts)
Output
Freq
24
Digital Out 2 – N.O.(1)
Run
25
Digital Out 2 Common
26
Digital Out 2 – N.C.(1)
(1)
380 387
320 327
Isolated, bipolar, differential, 0 to +10V unipolar
(10 bit) or ±10V bipolar (10 bit & sign), 100k
ohm input impedance.(4)
Isolated, 4-20mA, 10 bit & sign, 100 ohm input
impedance.(4)
0 to +10V, 10 bit, 10k ohm (2k ohm minimum) load. 341 344
Referenced to chassis ground.
Common if internal 10V supply (terminal 10) is
used.
See description at No.s 11-13.
380 387
NOT Run
Contacts shown in unpowered state. Any relay programmed as Fault or Alarm will energize (pick
up) when power is applied to drive and deenergize (drop out) when fault or alarm exists. Relays
selected for other functions will energize only when that condition exists and will deenergize when
condition is removed.
(2) These inputs/outputs are dependent on a number of parameters. See “Related Parameters.”
(3) Differential Isolation - External source must be less than 10V with respect to PE.
(4) Differential Isolation - External source must be maintained at less than 160V with respect to PE.
Input provides high common mode immunity.
Installation/Wiring
1-15
I/O Wiring Examples
Input/Output
Potentiometer
Unipolar Speed
Reference
10k Ohm Pot.
Recommended
(2k Ohm minimum)
Connection Example
14
15
22
10
Joystick Bipolar
Speed Reference
±10V Input
18
19
22
-10V Com +10V
Power Source
Analog Input Bipolar
Speed Reference
±10V Input
–
+
Analog Input Unipolar
Speed Reference
0 to +10V Input
Common
+
Analog Input Unipolar
Speed Reference
4-20 mA Input
Common
+
18
19
18
19
20
21
Required Parameter Settings
Select Speed Reference source:
Param. 090 = 1 “Analog In 1”
Adjust Scaling:
Param. 091, 092, 322, 323
Check Results:
Param. 016
Set Direction Mode:
Param. 190 = 1 “Bipolar”
Adjust Scaling:
Param. 091, 092, 325, 326
Check Results:
Param. 017
Adjust Scaling:
Param. 091, 092, 325, 326
Check Results:
Param. 017
Adjust Scaling:
Param. 091, 092, 325, 326
Check Results:
Param. 017
Configure Input for Current:
Param. 320, Bit #1 = 1 “Current”
Adjust Scaling:
Param. 091, 092, 325, 326
Check Results:
Param. 017
Analog Output
Unipolar
0 to +10V Output. Can
Drive a 2k Ohm load
(25 mA short circuit
limit)
Select Source Value:
Param. 342
+
–
Adjust Scaling:
Param. 343, 344
22
23
1-16
Installation/Wiring
Input/Output
2 Wire Control
Non-Reversing
Connection Example
Internal Supply
Required Parameter Settings
Disable Digital Input 1:
Param. 361 = 0 “Not Used”
Set Digital Input 2:
Param. 362 = 7 “Run”
2
Stop-Run
7
8
9
2 Wire Control
Reversing
External Supply
Set Digital Input 1:
Param. 361 = 9 “Run Reverse”
Run Rev
Set Digital Input 2:
Param. 362 = 8 “Run Forward”
1
2
Run Fwd
8
+24V
3 Wire Control
3 Wire Control
Common
Internal Supply
Use factory default parameter
settings.
Stop
1
2
Start
7
8
9
External Supply
Use factory default parameter
settings.
Stop
1
2
Start
8
+24V
Digital Output
Form C Relays
Energized in Normal
State.
or
Power
Source
Common
11
12
13
NOT Fault
24
25
26
Run
Fault
NOT Run
Select Source:
Param. 380, 384
Installation/Wiring
1-17
Speed Reference Control
“Auto” Speed Sources
The drive speed command can be obtained from a number of different
sources. The source is determined by drive programming and the
condition of the Speed Select digital inputs, Auto/Manual digital inputs
or reference select bits of a command word.
The default source for a command reference (all speed select inputs open
or not programmed) is the selection programmed in [Speed Ref A Sel]. If
any of the speed select inputs are closed, the drive will use other
parameters as the speed command source.
“Manual” Speed Sources
The manual source for speed command to the drive is either the HIM
requesting manual control (see ALT Functions on page B-2) or the
control terminal block (analog input) if a digital input is programmed to
“Auto/Manual”.
Changing Speed Sources
The selection of the active Speed Reference can be made through digital
inputs, DPI command, jog button or Auto/Manual HIM operation.
Figure 1.9 Speed Reference Selection Chart (1)
= Default
Auto Speed Ref Options
Trim
Speed Ref A Sel, Parameter 090
Speed Ref B Sel, Parameter 093
Preset Speed 2, Parameter 102
Preset Speed 3, Parameter 103
Preset Speed 4, Parameter 104
Preset Speed 5, Parameter 105
Preset Speed 6, Parameter 106
Preset Speed 7, Parameter 107
DPI Port Ref 1-6, See Parameter 209
[Digital Inx Select]:
Speed Sel 3 2 1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
PI Exclusive Mode
[PI Configuration]:
Bit 0, Excl Mode = 0
Auto
Speed Adders
PI Output
Slip Compensation
None
to follower drive for
Frequency Reference
Mod Functions
(Skip, Clamp,
Direction, etc.)
Commanded
Frequency
DPI Command
Man
Digital Input
Jog Command
Pure Reference
Min/Max Speed
Manual Speed Ref Options
HIM Requesting Auto/Manual
TB Man Ref Sel, Parameter 096
Jog Speed, Parameter 100
Drive Ref Rslt
Acc/Dec Ramp
and
S Curve
Post Ramp
to follower drive for
Frequency Reference
[Speed Mode]:
2 "Process Pi"
1 "Slip Comp"
0 "Open Loop"
Output
Frequency
(1)
To access Preset Speed 1, set [Speed Ref A Sel] or [Speed Ref B Sel] to “Preset
Speed 1”.
1-18
Installation/Wiring
Auto/Manual Examples
PLC = Auto, HIM = Manual
A process is run by a PLC when in Auto mode and requires manual
control from the HIM during set-up. The Auto speed reference is issued
by the PLC through a communications module installed in the drive.
Since the internal communications is designated as Port 5, [Speed Ref A
Sel] is set to “DPI Port 5” with the drive running from the Auto source.
Attain Manual Control
• Press ALT then Auto/Man on the HIM.
When the HIM attains manual control, the drive speed command
comes from the HIM speed control keys or analog potentiometer.
Release to Auto Control
• Press ALT then Auto/Man on the HIM again.
When the HIM releases manual control, the drive speed command
returns to the PLC.
PLC = Auto, Terminal Block = Manual
A process is run by a PLC when in Auto mode and requires manual
control from an analog potentiometer wired to the drive terminal block.
The auto speed reference is issued by the PLC through a
communications module installed in the drive. Since the internal
communications is designated as Port 5, [Speed Ref A Sel] is set to “DPI
Port 5” with the drive running from the Auto source. Since the Manual
speed reference is issued by an analog input (“Analog In 1 or 2”), [TB
Man Ref Sel] is set to the same input. To switch between Auto and
Manual, [Digital In4 Sel] is set to “Auto/ Manual”.
Attain Manual Control
• Close the digital input.
With the input closed, the speed command comes from the
potentiometer.
Release to Auto Control
• Open the digital input.
With the input open, the speed command returns to the PLC.
Auto/Manual Notes
1. Manual control is exclusive. If a HIM or Terminal Block takes
manual control, no other device can take manual control until the
controlling device releases manual control.
2. If a HIM has manual control and power is removed from the drive,
the drive will return to Auto mode when power is reapplied.
Installation/Wiring
1-19
EMC Instructions
CE Conformity
Conformity with the Low Voltage (LV) Directive and Electromagnetic
Compatibility (EMC) Directive has been demonstrated using
harmonized European Norm (EN) standards published in the Official
Journal of the European Communities. PowerFlex Drives comply with
the EN standards listed below when installed according to the User and
Reference Manuals.
CE Declarations of Conformity are available online at:
http://www.ab.com/certification/ce/docs.
Low Voltage Directive (73/23/EEC)
•
EN50178 Electronic equipment for use in power installations
EMC Directive (89/336/EEC)
•
EN61800-3 Adjustable speed electrical power drive systems Part 3:
EMC product standard including specific test methods.
General Notes
•
If the adhesive label is removed from the top of the drive, the drive
must be installed in an enclosure with side openings less than
12.5 mm (0.5 in.) and top openings less than 1.0 mm (0.04 in.) to
maintain compliance with the LV Directive.
•
The motor cable should be kept as short as possible in order to avoid
electromagnetic emission as well as capacitive currents.
•
Use of line filters in ungrounded systems is not recommended.
•
PowerFlex drives may cause radio interference if used in a
residential or domestic environment. The user is required to take
measures to prevent interference, in addition to the essential
requirements for CE compliance listed below, if necessary.
•
Conformity of the drive with CE EMC requirements does not
guarantee an entire machine or installation complies with CE EMC
requirements. Many factors can influence total machine/installation
compliance.
•
PowerFlex drives can generate conducted low frequency
disturbances (harmonic emissions) on the AC supply system. More
information regarding harmonic emissions can be found in the
PowerFlex Reference Manual.
1-20
Installation/Wiring
Essential Requirements for CE Compliance
Conditions 1-6 listed below must be satisfied for PowerFlex drives to
meet the requirements of EN61800-3.
1. Standard PowerFlex 70 CE compatible Drive.
2. Review important precautions/attention statements throughout this
manual before installing the drive.
3. Grounding as described on page 1-5.
4. Output power, control (I/O) and signal wiring must be braided,
shielded cable with a coverage of 75% or better, metal conduit or
equivalent attenuation.
5. All shielded cables should terminate with the proper shielded
connector.
6. Conditions in Table 1.H.
Frame
Table 1.H PowerFlex 70 EN61800-3 EMC Compatibility
Drive Description
A Drive Only
with any Comm Option
with ControlNet
B Drive Only
with any Comm Option
with ControlNet
C Drive Only
with any Comm Option
with ControlNet
D Drive Only
with any Comm Option
with ControlNet
(1)
Second Environment
Restrict Motor Internal
Cable to
Filter
40 m (131 ft.) Option
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
First Environment
External Input
Restricted
Filter
Ferrite (1) Distribution
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
Refer to PowerFlex
Reference Manual
✔
✔
Input cables through a Ferrite Core (Frames A, B and C Fair-Rite #2643102002 or equivalent,
Frame D Fair-Rite #2643251002 or equivalent).
Chapter 2
Start Up
This chapter describes how you start up the PowerFlex 70 Drive. Refer
to Appendix B for a brief description of the LED and LCD HIM (Human
Interface Module).
For information on…
Prepare For Drive Start-Up
Status Indicators
Start-Up Routines
!
See page
2-1
2-2
2-3
For information on…
See page
Running S.M.A.R.T. Start
2-4
Running an Assisted Start Up 2-4
ATTENTION: Power must be applied to the drive to perform the
following start-up procedure. Some of the voltages present are at
incoming line potential. To avoid electric shock hazard or damage to
equipment, only qualified service personnel should perform the
following procedure. Thoroughly read and understand the procedure
before beginning. If an event does not occur while performing this
procedure, Do Not Proceed. Remove Power including user supplied
control voltages. User supplied voltages may exist even when main AC
power is not applied to the drive. Correct the malfunction before
continuing.
Prepare For Drive Start-Up
Before Applying Power to the Drive
❏ 1. Confirm that all inputs are connected to the correct terminals and are
secure.
❏ 2. Verify that AC line power at the disconnect device is within the rated
value of the drive.
❏ 3. Verify that control power voltage is correct.
The remainder of this procedure requires that a HIM be installed. If
an operator interface is not available, remote devices should be used
to start up the drive.
2-2
Start Up
Applying Power to the Drive
❏ 4. Apply AC power and control voltages to the drive.
If any of the six digital inputs are configured to “Stop – CF”
(CF = Clear Fault) or “Enable,” verify that signals are present or the
drive will not start. Refer to Alarm Descriptions on page 4-7 for a list
of potential digital input conflicts.
If a fault code appears, refer to Chapter 4.
If the STS LED is not flashing green at this point, refer to Status
Indicators and their indications below.
❏ 5. Proceed to Start-Up Routines.
Status Indicators
Figure 2.1 Drive Status Indicators (Typical)
➋
➊
#
➊
Name
Color
STS
Green
(Status)
State
Flashing
Steady
Flashing,
Yellow
See page 4-7 Drive Stopped
Flashing,
Drive Running
Steady,
Drive Running
Flashing
Red
See page 4-3 Steady
➋ PORT
MOD
NET A
NET B
Description
Drive ready, but not running and no faults are present.
Drive running, no faults are present.
A type 2 alarm condition exists, the drive cannot be
started. Check parameter 212 [Drive Alarm 2].
An intermittent type 1 alarm condition is occurring.
Check parameter 211 [Drive Alarm 1].
A continuous type 1 alarm condition exists.
Check parameter 211 [Drive Alarm 1].
A fault has occurred.
A non-resetable fault has occurred.
Refer to the Communication Status of DPI port internal communications (if present).
Adapter User Manual.
Status of communications module (when installed).
Status of network (if connected).
Status of secondary network (if connected).
Start Up
2-3
Start-Up Routines
The PowerFlex 70 is designed so that start up is simple and efficient. If
you have an LCD HIM, two start-up methods are provided, allowing the
user to select the desired level needed for the application.
•
S.M.A.R.T. Start
This routine allows you to quickly set up the drive by programming
values for the most commonly used functions (see below).
•
Assisted Start Up
This routine prompts you for information that is needed to start up a
drive for most applications, such as line and motor data, commonly
adjusted parameters and I/O.
Figure 2.2 Start Up Menu
Main Menu:
Start-Up
Input Voltage
Motor Data and
Ramp Times
Motor Tests
Speed Limits
Configure for
Alternate Input
Voltage
Enter Motor NP
Data, Stop Mode,
Accel/Decel
Ramp Times
Optimize Torque
and
Verify Direction
Set Min/Max
Speed and
Direction Control
Speed Control
Start/Stop/I/O
Done /
Exit
Configure
Configure
Source, Value
Control Method
and Scale for
(2 Wire/3 Wire), I/O,
Speed References Digital Inputs/Outputs
and Analog Outputs
If you do not have an LCD HIM, you must set parameters individually
using the LED HIM or other configuration tools, Refer to Chapter 3 for
parameters.
Important: Power must be applied to the drive when viewing or
changing parameters. Previous programming may affect the
drive status when power is applied.
2-4
Start Up
Running S.M.A.R.T. Start
During a Start Up, the majority of applications require changes to only a
few parameters. The LCD HIM on a PowerFlex 70 drive offers
S.M.A.R.T. start, which displays the most commonly changed
parameters. With these parameters, you can set the following functions:
S - Start Mode and Stop Mode
M - Minimum and Maximum Speed
A - Accel Time 1 and Decel Time 1
R - Reference Source
T - Thermal Motor Overload
To run a S.M.A.R.T. start routine:
Step
Key(s)
1. Press ALT and then Esc (S.M.A.R.T). The
ALT
S.M.A.R.T. start screen appears.
2. View and change parameter values as
desired. For HIM information, see
Appendix B.
3. Press Esc to exit the S.M.A.R.T. start.
Example LCD Displays
Esc
F-> Stopped
Auto
0.0 Hz
SMART List:
Esc
Main
Menu:In2 Sel
Digital
Diagnostics
Stop Mode A
Minimum Speed
Parameter
Running an Assisted Start Up
Important: This start-up routine requires an LCD HIM.
The Assisted start-up routine asks simple yes or no questions and
prompts you to input required information. Access Assisted Start Up by
selecting “Start Up” from the Main Menu.
To perform an Assisted Start-Up
Step
1. In the Main Menu, press the Up Arrow or
Down Arrow to scroll to “Start Up”.
2. Press Enter.
Key(s)
Example LCD Displays
F-> Stopped
0.0 Hz
Main Menu:
Memory Storage
Start Up
Preferences
Auto
Chapter 3
Programming and Parameters
Chapter 3 provides a complete listing and description of the
PowerFlex 70 parameters. The parameters can be programmed (viewed/
edited) using an LED or LCD HIM (Human Interface Module).
As an alternative, programming can also be performed using
DriveExplorer™ or DriveExecutive™ software and a personal computer.
Refer to Appendix B for brief descriptions of the LED and LCD Human
Interface Modules.
For information on…
About Parameters
How Parameters are Organized
Monitor File (File A)
Motor Control File (File B)
Speed Command File (File C)
Dynamic Control File (File D)
Utility File (File E)
Communication File (File H)
Inputs & Outputs File (File J)
Parameter Cross Reference – by Name
See page…
3-1
3-3
3-8
3-9
3-12
3-18
3-23
3-31
3-35
3-39
About Parameters
To configure a drive to operate in a specific way, drive parameters may
have to be set. Three types of parameters exist:
•
ENUM Parameters
ENUM parameters allow a selection from 2 or more items. The LCD
HIM will display a text message for each item. The LED HIM will
display a number for each item.
•
Bit Parameters
Bit parameters have individual bits associated with features or
conditions. If the bit is 0, the feature is off or the condition is false. If
the bit is 1, the feature is on or the condition is true.
•
Numeric Parameters
These parameters have a single numerical value (i.e. 0.1 Volts).
The example on the following page shows how each parameter type is
presented in this manual.
Programming and Parameters
Group
File E
➊➋➌ ➍
➎
No. Parameter Name and Description
Values
Default:
0
“Ready”
Loads a previously saved set of
Options:
parameter values from a selected user set
location in drive nonvolatile memory to
active drive memory.
0
1
2
3
“Ready”
“User Set 1”
“User Set 2”
“User Set 3”
198 [Load Frm Usr Set]
Drive…
➏
Related
3-2
199
Dig
i
Dig tal In
i 6
Dig tal In
i 5
Dig tal In
it 4
Dig al In3
i
Dig tal In
ital 2
In1
Status of the digital inputs.
Diagnostics
UTILITY (File E)
216 [Dig In Status]
x x x x x x x x x x 0 0 0 0 0 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Nibble 4
Nibble 3
Nibble 2
Nibble 1
Bit #
218 [Drive Temp]
Default:
Present operating temperature of the
drive power section.
No.
➊
➋
➌
➎
Min/Max: 0.0/100.0%
Units:
0.1%
= Stop drive before changing this parameter.
No. – Parameter number.
= 32 bit parameter.
Parameter Name and Description – Parameter name as it appears on an LCD HIM, with a
brief description of the parameter’s function.
Values – Defines the various operating characteristics of the parameter. Three types exist.
ENUM Default:
Lists the value assigned at the factory. “Read Only” = no default.
Options:
Bit
Bit #:
Numeric Default:
Min/Max:
Units:
➏
Read Only
Description
File – Lists the major parameter file category.
Group – Lists the parameter group within a file.
32
➍
1 =Input Present
0 =Input Not Present
x =Reserved
Displays the programming selections available.
Lists the bit place holder and definition for each bit.
Lists the value assigned at the factory. “Read Only” = no default.
The range (lowest and highest setting) possible for the parameter.
Unit of measure and resolution as shown on the LCD HIM.
Important: When sending values through DPI ports, simply remove
the decimal point to arrive at the correct value (i.e. to send “5.00 Hz,”
use “500”).
Related – Lists parameters (if any) that interact with the selected parameter. The symbol “ ”
indicates that additional parameter information is available in Appendix C.
Programming and Parameters
3-3
How Parameters are Organized
LED HIM (Human Interface Module)
The LED HIM displays parameters in Linear order. Parameters are
accessed by first selecting the file letter then a parameter number.
File Letter Designations
The LED HIM identifies each parameter by File Letter and Parameter
Number.
Utility
Parameter 197:
Reset to Defaults
File E
F
Log In
Out
Esc
M
R
Device
Auto/Man
Sel
Remove
JOG
ALT
LCD HIM (Human Interface Module)
The LCD HIM displays parameters in a File-Group-Parameter or
Numbered List view order. To switch display mode, access the Main
Menu, press ALT then Sel while cursor is on the parameter selection.
In addition, using 196 [Param Access Lvl], the user has the option to
display all parameters, commonly used parameters or diagnostic
parameters.
File-Group-Parameter View
This simplifies programming by grouping parameters that are used for
similar functions. The parameters are organized into 6 files in Basic
Parameter view or 7 files in Advanced Parameter view. Each file is
divided into groups, and each parameter is an element in a group. By
default, the LCD HIM displays parameters by File-Group-Parameter
view.
Numbered List View
All parameters are in numerical order.
3-4
Programming and Parameters
Basic Parameter View
(Parameter 196 [Param Access Lvl] set to option 0 “Basic.”)
Dyna
Utility
mic C
d Com
ontro
Moto
m
l
a
r
n
C
d
ontro
Monit
l
or
Spee
File A
Metering (page 3-8)
Output Freq
Commanded Freq
Output Current
DC Bus Voltage
File B
File C
001
002
003
012
Motor Data (page 3-9)
Motor NP Volts
041
Motor NP FLA
042
Motor NP Hertz
043
Motor NP RPM
044
Motor NP Power
045
Mtr NP Pwr Units
046
Motor OL Hertz
047
Torq Attributes (page 3-10)
Torque Perf Mode
053
Maximum Voltage
054
Maximum Freq
055
Autotune
061
Spd Mode & Limits (page 3-12)
Minimum Speed
081
Maximum Speed
082
Speed References (page 3-14)
Speed Ref A Sel
090
Speed Ref A Hi
091
Speed Ref A Lo
092
Speed Ref B Sel
093
Speed Ref B Hi
094
Speed Ref B Lo
095
TB Man Ref Sel
096
TB Man Ref Hi
097
TB Man Ref Lo
098
Discrete Speeds (page 3-15)
Jog Speed
100
Preset Speed 1-7
101-107
File D
Comm
Input
s&O
utput
unica
s
tion
File E
File H
File J
Analog Inputs (page 3-35)
Anlg In Config
320
Analog In 1, 2 Hi 322, 325
Analog In 1, 2 Lo 323, 326
Analog Outputs (page 3-36)
Analog Out1 Sel
342
Analog Out1 Hi
343
Analog Out1 Lo
344
Digital Inputs (page 3-37)
Digital In1-6 Sel
361-366
Digital Outputs (page 3-38)
Digital Out1, 2 Sel 380, 384
Dig Out1, 2 Level 381, 385
Direction Config (page 3-23)
Direction Mode
190
Drive Memory (page 3-24)
Param Access Lvl
196
Reset To Defalts
197
Load Frm Usr Set
198
Save To User Set
199
Language
201
Faults (page 3-29)
Fault Config 1
238
Ramp Rates (page 3-18)
Accel Time 1, 2
140, 141
Decel Time 1, 2
142, 143
S Curve %
146
Load Limits (page 3-19)
Current Lmt Sel
147
Current Lmt Val
148
Stop/Brake Modes (page 3-19)
Stop Mode A, B
155, 156
DC Brake Lvl Sel
157
DC Brake Level
158
DC Brake Time
159
Bus Reg Mode A, B 161, 162
DB Resistor Type
163
Restart Modes (page 3-21)
Start At PowerUp
168
Auto Rstrt Tries
174
Auto Rstrt Delay
175
Power Loss (page 3-22)
Power Loss Mode
184
Power Loss Time
185
Programming and Parameters
3-5
Advanced Parameter View
(Parameter 196 [Param Access Lvl] set to option 1 “Advanced.”)
Dynam
Utility
Speed
ic Con
trol
Comm
r Con
a
nd
trol
Moto
Monit
or
File A
Metering (page 3-8)
Output Freq
Commanded Freq
Output Current
Torque Current
Flux Current
Output Voltage
Output Power
Output Powr Fctr
Elapsed MWh
Elapsed Run Time
MOP Frequency
DC Bus Voltage
DC Bus Memory
Analog In1, 2 Value
Drive Data (page 3-9)
Rated kW
Rated Volts
Rated Amps
Control SW Ver
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
009
010
011
012
013
016, 017
026
027
028
029
File B
File C
File D
Inputs
& Outp
uts
unica
tion
Comm
File E
Motor Data (page 3-9)
Motor Type
040
Motor NP Volts
041
Motor NP FLA
042
Motor NP Hertz
043
Motor NP RPM
044
Motor NP Power
045
Mtr NP Pwr Units
046
Motor OL Hertz
047
Motor OL Factor
048
Torq Attributes (page 3-10)
Torque Perf Mode
053
Maximum Voltage
054
Maximum Freq
055
Compensation
056
Flux Up Mode
057
Flux Up Time
058
Autotune
061
IR Voltage Drop
062
Flux Current Ref
063
Volts per Hertz (page 3-12)
Start/Acc Boost
069
Run Boost
070
Break Voltage
071
Break Frequency
072
File H
File J
3-6
Programming and Parameters
Utility
Dyn
Spee
d Com amic Cont
Motor
r
o
m
Contr
l
and
Monit
ol
or
File A
File B
Spd Mode & Limits (page 3-12)
Speed Mode
080
Minimum Speed
081
Maximum Speed
082
Overspeed Limit
083
Skip Frequency 1-3
084-086
Skip Freq Band
087
Speed References (page 3-14)
Speed Ref A Sel
090
Speed Ref A Hi
091
Speed Ref A Lo
092
Speed Ref B Sel
093
Speed Ref B Hi
094
Speed Ref B Lo
095
TB Man Ref Sel
096
TB Man Ref Hi
097
TB Man Ref Lo
098
Discrete Speeds (page 3-15)
Jog Speed
100
Preset Speed 1-7
101-107
Speed Trim (page 3-15)
Trim In Select
117
Trim Out Select
118
Trim Hi
119
Trim Lo
120
Slip Comp (page 3-16)
Slip RPM @ FLA
121
Slip Comp Gain
122
Slip RPM Meter
123
Process PI (page 3-16)
PI Configuration
124
PI Control
125
PI Reference Sel
126
PI Setpoint
127
PI Feedback Sel
128
PI Integral Time
129
PI Prop Gain
130
PI Lower Limit
131
PI Upper Limit
132
PI Preload
133
PI Status
134
PI Ref Meter
135
PI Fdback Meter
136
PI Error Meter
137
PI Output Meter
138
File C
File D
Inputs
& Outp
uts
unica
tion
Comm
File E
File H
Ramp Rates (page 3-18)
Accel Time 1, 2
140, 141
Decel Time 1, 2
142, 143
S Curve %
146
Load Limits (page 3-19)
Current Lmt Sel
147
Current Lmt Val
148
Current Lmt Gain
149
Drive OL Mode
150
PWM Frequency
151
Stop/Brake Modes (page 3-19)
Stop Mode A, B
155, 156
DC Brake Lvl Sel
157
DC Brake Level
158
DC Brake Time
159
Bus Reg Gain
160
Bus Reg Mode A, B
161, 162
DB Resistor Type
163
Restart Modes (page 3-21)
Start At PowerUp
168
Flying Start En
169
Flying StartGain
170
Auto Rstrt Tries
174
Auto Rstrt Delay
175
Power Loss (page 3-22)
Power Loss Mode
184
Power Loss Time
185
File J
Programming and Parameters
3-7
Input
s&O
Comm
utput
u
s
nicatio
Dynam
Utility
n
Speed
ic Con
Motor
trol
Comm
Contr
and
Monit
ol
or
File A
Direction Config (page 3-23)
Direction Mode
190
HIM Ref Config (page 3-23)
Save HIM Ref
192
Man Ref Preload
193
MOP Config (page 3-23)
Save MOP Ref
194
MOP Rate
195
Drive Memory (page 3-24)
Param Access Lvl
196
Reset To Defalts
197
Load Frm Usr Set
198
Save To User Set
199
Reset Meters
200
Language
201
Voltage Class
202
Drive Checksum
203
Diagnostics (page 3-25)
Drive Status 1, 2
209, 210
Drive Alarm 1, 2
211, 212
Speed Ref Source
213
Start Inhibits
214
Last Stop Source
215
Dig In Status
216
Dig Out Status
217
Drive Temp
218
Drive OL Count
219
Motor OL Count
220
Fault Frequency
224
Fault Amps
225
Fault Bus Volts
226
Status 1, 2 @ Fault
227, 228
Alarm 1, 2 @ Fault
229, 230
Testpoint 1, 2 Sel
234, 236
Testpoint 1, 2 Data
235, 237
Faults (page 3-29)
Fault Config 1
238
Fault Clear
240
Fault Clear Mode
241
Power Up Marker
242
Fault 1-4 Code
243, 245,
247, 249
Fault 1-4 Time
244, 246,
248, 250
Alarms (page 3-30)
Alarm Config 1
259
File B
File C
File D
Comm Control (page 3-31)
DPI Data Rate
270
Drive Logic Rslt
271
Drive Ref Rslt
272
Drive Ramp Rslt
273
Masks & Owners (page 3-32)
Logic Mask
276
Start Mask
277
Jog Mask
278
Direction Mask
279
Reference Mask
280
Accel Mask
281
Decel Mask
282
Fault Clr Mask
283
MOP Mask
284
Local Mask
285
Stop Owner
288
Start Owner
289
Jog Owner
290
Direction Owner
291
Reference Owner
292
Accel Owner
293
Decel Owner
294
Fault Clr Owner
295
MOP Owner
296
Local Owner
297
Datalinks (page 3-34)
Data In A1
300
Data In A2
301
Data In B1
302
Data In B2
303
Data In C1
304
Data In C2
305
Data In D1
306
Data In D2
307
Data Out A1
310
Data Out A2
311
Data Out B1
312
Data Out B2
313
Data Out C1
314
Data Out C2
315
Data Out D1
316
Data Out D2
317
File E
File H
File J
Analog Inputs (page 3-35)
Anlg In Config
320
Anlg In Sqr Root
321
Analog In 1, 2 Hi
322, 325
Analog In 1, 2 Lo
323, 326
Anlg In 1, 2 Loss
324, 327
Analog Outputs (page 3-36)
Anlg Out Absolut
341
Analog Out1 Sel
342
Analog Out1 Hi
343
Analog Out1 Lo
344
Digital Inputs (page 3-37)
Digital In1-6 Sel
361-366
Digital Outputs (page 3-38)
Digital Out1, 2 Sel
380, 384
Dig Out1, 2 Level
381, 385
Dig Out1, 2 OnTime
382, 386
Dig Out1, 2 OffTime
383, 387
3-8
Programming and Parameters
No. Parameter Name and Description
001 [Output Freq]
Output frequency present at T1, T2 & T3
(U, V & W)
002 [Commanded Freq]
Value of the active frequency command.
003 [Output Current]
Values
Default:
Related
Group
File A
Monitor File (File A)
Read Only
Min/Max: –/+[Maximum Freq]
Units:
0.1 Hz
Default: Read Only
Min/Max: –/+[Maximum Speed]
Units:
0.1 Hz
Default: Read Only
The total output current present at T1, T2 Min/Max: 0.0/Drive Rated Amps × 2
& T3 (U, V & W).
Units:
0.1 Amps
Default: Read Only
004 [Torque Current]
The amount of current that is in phase
Min/Max: Drive Rating × –2/+2
with the fundamental voltage component. Units:
0.1 Amps
Default: Read Only
005 [Flux Current]
The amount of current that is out of phase Min/Max: Drive Rating × –2/+2
with the fundamental voltage component. Units:
0.1 Amps
Default: Read Only
006 [Output Voltage]
Metering
MONITOR (File A)
Output voltage present at terminals T1, T2 Min/Max: 0.0/Drive Rated Volts
& T3 (U, V & W).
Units:
0.1 VAC
Default: Read Only
007 [Output Power]
Output power present at T1, T2 & T3 (U, V Min/Max: 0.0/Drive Rated kW × 2
& W).
Units:
0.1 kW
Default: Read Only
008 [Output Powr Fctr]
Output power factor.
009 [Elapsed MWh]
32
Accumulated output energy of the drive.
010 [Elapsed Run Time]
32
Accumulated time drive is outputting
power.
011 [MOP Frequency]
Value of the signal at MOP (Motor
Operated Potentiometer).
012 [DC Bus Voltage]
Present DC bus voltage level.
013 [DC Bus Memory]
Min/Max: 0.00/1.00
Units:
0.01
Default: Read Only
Min/Max: 0.0/429,496,729.5 MWh
Units:
0.1 MWh
Default: Read Only
Min/Max: 0.0/429,496,729.5 Hrs
Units:
0.1 Hrs
Default: Read Only
Min/Max: –/+[Maximum Frequency]
Units:
0.1 Hz
Default: Read Only
Min/Max: 0.0/Based on Drive Rating
Units:
0.1 VDC
Default: Read Only
6 minute average of DC bus voltage level. Min/Max: 0.0/Based on Drive Rating
Units:
0.1 VDC
Default: Read Only
016 [Analog In1 Value]
017 [Analog In2 Value]
Value of the signal at the analog inputs.
Min/Max: 0.000/20.000 mA
–/+10.000V
Units:
0.001 mA
0.001 Volt
No. Parameter Name and Description
026 [Rated kW]
Drive power rating.
027 [Rated Volts]
Drive Data
MONITOR (File A)
32
The drive input voltage class (208, 240,
400 etc.).
028 [Rated Amps]
The drive rated output current.
029 [Control SW Ver]
Main Control Board software version.
Values
Default:
3-9
Related
Group
File A
Programming and Parameters
Read Only
Min/Max: 0.37/15.0 kW
Units:
0.01 kW
Default: Read Only
Min/Max: 208/600 Volt
Units:
0.1 VAC
Default: Read Only
Min/Max: 1.1/32.2 Amps
Units:
0.1 Amps
Default: Read Only
196
Min/Max: 0.000/65.256
Units:
0.001
No. Parameter Name and Description
040 [Motor Type]
Values
Default:
Set to match the type of motor connected. Options:
041 [Motor NP Volts]
Set to the motor nameplate rated volts.
Motor Data
MOTOR CONTROL (File B)
042 [Motor NP FLA]
Default:
Related
Group
File B
Motor Control File (File B)
0
“Induction”
0
“Induction”
1
“Synchr Reluc”
2
“Synchr PM”
Based on Drive Rating
Min/Max: 0.0/[Rated Volts]
Units:
0.1 VAC
Default: Based on Drive Rating
Set to the motor nameplate rated full load Min/Max: 0.0/[Rated Amps] × 2
amps.
Units:
0.1 Amps
Default: Based on Drive Cat. No.
043 [Motor NP Hertz]
Set to the motor nameplate rated
frequency.
044 [Motor NP RPM]
Set to the motor nameplate rated RPM.
045 [Motor NP Power]
Set to the motor nameplate rated power.
32
046 [Mtr NP Pwr Units]
047
048
Min/Max: 5.0/400.0 Hz
Units:
0.1 Hz
Default: 1750 RPM
Min/Max: 60/24000 RPM
Units:
1 RPM
Default: Based on Drive Rating
Min/Max: 0.00/100.00
Units:
0.01 kW/HP
See [Mtr NP Pwr Units]
Default:
Based on Drive
Rating
Selects the motor power units to be used.
Options:
0
1
“Horsepower”
“kiloWatts”
046
No. Parameter Name and Description
Motor Data
047 [Motor OL Hertz]
Values
Default:
Related
Programming and Parameters
Group
File B
3-10
Motor NP Hz/3
Selects the output frequency below which Min/Max: 0.0/Motor NP Hz
the motor operating current is derated.
Units:
0.1 Hz
The motor thermal overload will generate
a fault at lower levels of current.
Default: 1.00
048 [Motor OL Factor]
Sets the operating level for the motor
overload.
Min/Max: 0.20/2.00
Units:
0.01
042
220
042
220
Motor
OL
Operating
FLA x Factor = Level
053 [Torque Perf Mode]
Sets the method of motor torque
production.
054 [Maximum Voltage]
055 [Maximum Freq]
0
Options:
0
“Sensrls Vect”
1
“SV Economize”
2
“Custom V/Hz”
3
“Fan/Pmp V/Hz”
Drive Rated Volts
Default:
“Sensrls Vect”
062
063
069
070
Min/Max: Rated Volts × 0.25/Rated
Volts
Units:
0.1 VAC
Default: 110.0 or 130.0 Hz
083
Sets the highest frequency the drive will Min/Max: 5.0/400.0 Hz
output.
Units:
0.1 Hz
Refer to parameter 083 [Overspeed Limit].
056 [Compensation]
En
a
Re ble J
flec erk
tW
ave
Enables/disables correction options.
Torq Attributes
MOTOR CONTROL (File B)
Sets the highest voltage the drive will
output.
Default:
x x x x x x x x x x x x x x 1 1
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Nibble 4
Nibble 3
Nibble 2
Nibble 1
Bit #
Factory Default Bit Values
057 [Flux Up Mode]
1 =Enabled
0 =Disabled
x =Reserved
Default:
0
“Manual”
Auto = Flux is established for a calculated Options:
time period based on motor nameplate
data. [Flux Up Time] is not used.
Manual = Flux is established for [Flux Up
Time] before acceleration.
Default:
058 [Flux Up Time]
0
1
“Manual”
“Automatic”
0.00 Secs
Sets the amount of time the drive will use Min/Max: 0.00/5.00 Secs
to try and achieve full motor stator flux.
Units:
0.01 Secs
When a Start command is issued, DC
current at current limit level is used to
build stator flux before accelerating.
053
058
053
058
No. Parameter Name and Description
Torq Attributes
MOTOR CONTROL (File B)
061 [Autotune]
Values
Default:
3-11
Related
Group
File B
Programming and Parameters
3
“Calculate”
053
Provides a manual or automatic method Options: 0
“Ready”
062
for setting [IR Voltage Drop] and [Flux
1
“Static Tune”
Current Ref], which affect sensorless
2
“Rotate Tune”
vector performance. Valid only when
3
“Calculate”
parameter 53 is set to “Sensrls Vect” or
“SV Economize.”
“Ready” (0) = Parameter returns to this setting following a “Static Tune” or “Rotate
Tune.” It also permits manually setting [IR Voltage Drop] and [Flux Current Ref].
“Static Tune” (1) = A temporary command that initiates a non-rotational motor
stator resistance test for the best possible automatic setting of [IR Voltage Drop].
A start command is required following initiation of this setting. The parameter
returns to “Ready” (0) following the test, at which time another start transition is
required to operate the drive in normal mode. Used when motor cannot be
rotated.
“Rotate Tune” (2) = A temporary command that initiates a “Static Tune” followed by
a rotational test for the best possible automatic setting of [Flux Current Ref]. A
start command is required following initiation of this setting. The parameter
returns to “Ready” (0) following the test, at which time another start transition is
required to operate the drive in normal mode. Important: Used when motor is
uncoupled from the load. Results may not be valid if a load is coupled to the motor
during this procedure.
!
ATTENTION: Rotation of the motor in an undesired direction
can occur during this procedure. To guard against possible injury
and/or equipment damage, it is recommended that the motor be
disconnected from the load before proceeding.
“Calculate” (3) = This setting uses motor nameplate data to automatically set [IR
Voltage Drop] and [Flux Current Ref].
Default: Based on Drive Rating
062 [IR Voltage Drop]
053
Value of voltage drop across the
Min/Max: 0.0/[Motor NP Volts]×0.25 061
resistance of the motor stator at rated
Units:
0.1 VAC
motor current. Used only parameter 53 is
set to “Sensrls Vect” or “SV Economize.”
Default: Based on Drive Rating
053
063 [Flux Current Ref]
061
32 Value of amps for full motor flux. Used
Min/Max: 0.00/[Motor NP FLA]
only when parameter 53 is set to “Sensrls Units:
0.01 Amps
Vect” or “SV Economize.”
No. Parameter Name and Description
Volts per Hertz
MOTOR CONTROL (File B)
069 [Start/Acc Boost]
Related
Programming and Parameters
Group
File B
3-12
Values
Default:
Based on Drive Rating
053
Sets the voltage boost level for starting
Min/Max: 0.0/[Motor NP Volts] × 0.25 070
and acceleration when “Custom V/Hz”
Units:
0.1 VAC
mode is selected.
Refer to parameter 083 [Overspeed Limit].
Default: Based on Drive Rating
053
070 [Run Boost]
069
Sets the boost level for steady state or
Min/Max: 0.0/[Motor NP Volts] × 0.25
deceleration when “Fan/Pmp V/Hz” or
Units:
0.1 VAC
“Custom V/Hz” modes are selected.
Refer to parameter 083 [Overspeed Limit].
Default: [Motor NP Volts] × 0.25
053
071 [Break Voltage]
072
Sets the voltage the drive will output at
Min/Max: 0.0/[Motor NP Volts]
[Break Frequency].
Units:
0.1 VAC
Refer to parameter 083 [Overspeed Limit].
Default: [Motor NP Hertz] × 0.25 053
072 [Break Frequency]
071
Sets the frequency the drive will output at Min/Max: 0.0/[Maximum Freq]
[Break Voltage].
Units:
0.1 Hz
Refer to parameter 083 [Overspeed Limit].
No. Parameter Name and Description
080 [Speed Mode]
Spd Mode & Limits
SPEED COMMAND (File C)
Sets the method of speed regulation.
081 [Minimum Speed]
Values
Default:
Options:
Default:
Related
Group
File C
Speed Command File (File C)
0
“Open Loop”
0
“Open Loop”
1
“Slip Comp”
2
“Process PI”
0.0 Hz
Sets the low limit for speed reference after Min/Max: 0.0/[Maximum Speed]
scaling is applied.
Units:
0.1 Hz
Refer to parameter 083 [Overspeed Limit].
Default: 50.0 or 60.0 Hz
082 [Maximum Speed]
(Dependent on voltage
Sets the high limit for speed reference
class)
after scaling is applied.
Refer to parameter 083 [Overspeed Limit]. Min/Max: 5.0/400.0 Hz
Units:
0.1 Hz
121
thru
138
092
095
055
083
091
094
202
No. Parameter Name and Description
083 [Overspeed Limit]
Values
Default:
3-13
Related
Group
File C
Programming and Parameters
10.0 Hz
055
Voltage
SPEED COMMAND (File C)
Spd Mode & Limits
Sets the incremental amount of the output Min/Max: 0.0/20.0 Hz
frequency (above [Maximum Speed])
Units:
0.1 Hz
allowable for functions such as slip
compensation.
[Maximum Speed] + [Overspeed Limit]
must be ≤ [Maximum Freq]
082
Allowable Output Frequency Range
Bus Regulation or Current Limit
Allowable Output Frequency Range
Normal Operation
Allowable Reference Frequency Range
Max Volts
Motor Volts
Frequency Trim due to
Speed Control Mode
Overspeed
Limit
Break Volts
Start Boost
Run
0
Min
Speed
Break
Frequency
Motor
Hz
Max
Speed
Output
Freq Limit
Max
Freq
Frequency
084 [Skip Frequency 1]
085 [Skip Frequency 2]
086 [Skip Frequency 3]
Default:
Default:
Default:
0.0 Hz
0.0 Hz
0.0 Hz
Sets a frequency at which the drive will
Min/Max: –/+[Maximum Speed]
not operate.
Units:
0.1 Hz
[Skip Frequency 1-3] and [Skip Frequency
Band] must not equal 0.
Default: 0.0 Hz
087 [Skip Freq Band]
Determines the bandwidth around a skip Min/Max: 0.0/30.0 Hz
frequency. [Skip Freq Band] is split,
Units:
0.1 Hz
applying 1/2 above and 1/2 below the
actual skip frequency. The same
bandwidth applies to all skip frequencies.
087
084
085
086
No. Parameter Name and Description
090 [Speed Ref A Sel]
Values
Default:
Selects the source of the speed reference Options:
to the drive unless [Speed Ref B Sel] or
[Preset Speed 1-7] is selected.
For more information on selecting a speed
reference source, see Figure 1.9 on
page 1-17.
(1) See Appendix B for DPI port locations.
Speed References
SPEED COMMAND (File C)
091 [Speed Ref A Hi]
Default:
Related
Programming and Parameters
Group
File C
3-14
2
“Analog In 2”
1
2
3-8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
“Analog In 1”
“Analog In 2”
“Reserved”
“MOP Level”
“Reserved”
“Preset Spd1”
“Preset Spd2”
“Preset Spd3”
“Preset Spd4”
“Preset Spd5”
“Preset Spd6”
“Preset Spd7”
“DPI Port 1”(1)
“DPI Port 2”(1)
“DPI Port 3”(1)
“Reserved”
“DPI Port 5”(1)
“Reserved”
[Maximum Speed]
Scales the upper value of the [Speed Ref Min/Max: –/+[Maximum Speed]
A Sel] selection when the source is an
Units:
0.1 Hz
analog input.
Default: 0.0 Hz
092 [Speed Ref A Lo]
Scales the lower value of the [Speed Ref Min/Max: –/+[Maximum Speed]
A Sel] selection when the source is an
Units:
0.1 Hz
analog input.
Default: 11 “Preset Spd1”
093 [Speed Ref B Sel]
See [Speed Ref A Sel].
094 [Speed Ref B Hi]
Options:
Default:
See [Speed Ref A
Sel]
[Maximum Speed]
Scales the upper value of the [Speed Ref Min/Max: –/+[Maximum Speed]
B Sel] selection when the source is an
Units:
0.1 Hz
analog input.
Default: 0.0 Hz
095 [Speed Ref B Lo]
Scales the lower value of the [Speed Ref Min/Max: –/+[Maximum Speed]
B Sel] selection when the source is an
Units:
0.1 Hz
analog input.
Default: 1
“Analog In 1”
096 [TB Man Ref Sel]
Sets the manual speed reference source Options:
when a digital input is configured for
“Auto/Manual.”
(1) “Analog In 2” is not a valid selection if it
was selected for any of the following:
- [Trim In Select]
- [PI Feedback Sel]
- [PI Reference Sel]
- [Current Lmt Sel]
1
2
3-8
9
“Analog In 1”
“Analog In 2”(1)
“Reserved”
“MOP Level”
002
091
thru
093
101
thru
107
117
thru
120
192
thru
194
213
272
273
320
361
thru
366
082
081
See
090
093
090
093
097
098
No. Parameter Name and Description
Speed References
097 [TB Man Ref Hi]
Scales the upper value of the [TB Man
Ref Sel] selection when the source is an
analog input.
098 [TB Man Ref Lo]
Discrete Speeds
[Maximum Speed]
Default:
0.0 Hz
096
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
[Preset Speed 1]
[Preset Speed 2]
[Preset Speed 3]
[Preset Speed 4]
[Preset Speed 5]
[Preset Speed 6]
[Preset Speed 7]
Min/Max: –/+[Maximum Speed]
Units:
0.1 Hz
Default: 5.0 Hz
10.0 Hz
20.0 Hz
30.0 Hz
40.0 Hz
50.0 Hz
60.0 Hz
Provides an internal fixed speed
Min/Max: –/+[Maximum Speed]
command value. In bipolar mode direction Units:
0.1 Hz
is commanded by the sign of the
reference.
Default: 2
“Analog In 2”
117 [Trim In Select]
Specifies which analog input signal is
being used as a trim input.
Options:
See [Speed Ref A
Sel]
118 [Trim Out Select]
090
093
090
093
117
119
120
Tri
m
Tri Ref
m B
Re
fA
Specifies which speed references are to be trimmed.
Speed Trim
096
Min/Max: –/+[Maximum Speed]
Units:
0.1 Hz
Scales the lower value of the [TB Man Ref Min/Max: –/+[Maximum Speed]
Sel] selection when the source is an
Units:
0.1 Hz
analog input.
Default: 10.0 Hz
100 [Jog Speed]
Sets the output frequency when a jog
command is issued.
SPEED COMMAND (File C)
Values
Default:
3-15
Related
Group
File C
Programming and Parameters
x x x x x x x x x x x x x x 0 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Nibble 4
Nibble 3
Nibble 2
Nibble 1
Bit #
Factory Default Bit Values
119 [Trim Hi]
Scales the upper value of the [Trim In
Select] selection when the source is an
analog input.
120 [Trim Lo]
Scales the lower value of the [Trim In
Select] selection when the source is an
analog input.
Default:
1 =Trimmed
0 =Not Trimmed
x =Reserved
60.0 Hz
082
Min/Max: –/+[Maximum Speed]
Units:
0.1 Hz
117
Default:
117
0.0 Hz
Min/Max: –/+[Maximum Speed]
Units:
0.1 Hz
No. Parameter Name and Description
Related
Programming and Parameters
Group
File C
3-16
Values
Important: Parameters in the Slip Comp Group are used to enable and tune the
Slip Compensation Regulator. In order to allow the Slip Compensation Regulator
to control drive operation, parameter 080 [Speed Mode] must be set to 1 “Slip
Comp”.
Slip Comp
121 [Slip RPM @ FLA]
Sets the response time of slip
compensation.
123 [Slip RPM Meter]
Displays the present amount of
adjustment being applied as slip
compensation.
SPEED COMMAND (File C)
Default:
Based on [Motor NP RPM] 061
080
122
123
Sets the amount of compensation to drive Min/Max: 0.0/1200.0 RPM
output at motor FLA.
Units:
0.1 RPM
If the value of parameter 061 [Autotune] =
3 “Calculate” changes made to this
parameter will not be accepted.
Default: 40.0
122 [Slip Comp Gain]
Min/Max: 1.0/100.0
Units:
0.1
Default: Read Only
Min/Max: 0.0/300.0 RPM
Units:
0.1 RPM
080
121
122
080
121
122
Important: Parameters in the Process PI Group are used to enable and tune the
PI Loop. In order to allow the PI Loop to control drive operation, parameter 080
[Speed Mode] must be set to 2 “Process PI”.
124 [PI Configuration]
124
thru
138
x x x x x x x x x x 0 0 0 0 0 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Nibble 4
Nibble 3
Nibble 2
Nibble 1
Bit #
Factory Default Bit Values
1 =Enabled
0 =Disabled
x =Reserved
125 [PI Control]
080
Controls the PI regulator.
PI
R
PI eset
H
PI old
En
ab
le
Process PI
Fe
e
Ze dbak
ro S
Ra Cla qrt
m m
Pre p Re p
l
f
Inv oad M
e
Ex rt Er ode
cl M ror
od
e
Sets configuration of the PI regulator.
x x x x x x x x x x x x x 0 0 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Nibble 4
Nibble 3
Nibble 2
Nibble 1
Bit #
Factory Default Bit Values
1 =Enabled
0 =Disabled
x =Reserved
No. Parameter Name and Description
126 [PI Reference Sel]
Selects the source of the PI reference.
Process PI
SPEED COMMAND (File C)
127 [PI Setpoint]
Values
Default:
Options:
Default:
0
“PI Setpoint”
0
“PI Setpoint”
1
“Analog In 1”
2
“Analog In 2”
3-8 “Reserved”
9
“MOP Level”
10 “Master Ref”
11- “Preset Spd1-7”
17
18- “DPI Port 1-3”
20
21 “Reserved”
22 “DPI Port 5”
23 “Reserved”
50.00%
Provides an internal fixed value for
Min/Max: –/+100.00% of Maximum
process setpoint when [PI Reference Sel]
Process Value
is set to “PI Setpoint.”
Units:
0.01%
Default: 2
“Analog In 2”
128 [PI Feedback Sel]
Selects the source of the PI feedback.
129 [PI Integral Time]
Options:
Default:
See
[PI Reference Sel].
2.00 Secs
Time required for the integral component Min/Max: 0.00/100.00 Secs
to reach 100% of [PI Error Meter]. Not
Units:
0.01 Secs
functional when the PI Hold bit of [PI
Control] = “1” (enabled).
Default: 1.00
130 [PI Prop Gain]
Sets the value for the PI proportional
component.
PI Error × PI Prop Gain = PI Output
131 [PI Lower Limit]
Sets the lower limit of the PI output.
132 [PI Upper Limit]
Sets the upper limit of the PI output.
133 [PI Preload]
Min/Max: 0.00/100.00
Units:
0.01
Default:
3-17
Related
Group
File C
Programming and Parameters
–[Maximum Freq]
Min/Max: –/+400.0 Hz
Units:
0.1 Hz
Default: +[Maximum Freq]
Min/Max: –/+400.0 Hz
Units:
0.1 Hz
Default: 0.0 Hz
Sets the value used to preload the integral Min/Max: –/+400.0 Hz
component on start or enable.
Units:
0.1 Hz
124
thru
138
124
thru
138
124
thru
138
124
thru
138
124
thru
138
124
thru
138
124
thru
138
124
thru
138
No. Parameter Name and Description
Related
Programming and Parameters
Group
File C
3-18
Values
134 [PI Status]
Read Only
124
thru
138
x x x x x x x x x x x x 0 0 0 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Nibble 4
Nibble 3
Nibble 2
Nibble 1
Bit #
Process PI
SPEED COMMAND (File C)
PI
In
PI Limi
R t
PI eset
H
PI old
En
ab
le
d
Status of the Process PI regulator.
135 [PI Ref Meter]
Present value of the PI reference signal.
136 [PI Fdback Meter]
Present value of the PI feedback signal.
137 [PI Error Meter]
Present value of the PI error.
138 [PI Output Meter]
Present value of the PI output.
Default:
1 =Condition True
0 =Condition False
x =Reserved
Read Only
Min/Max: –/+100.00%
Units:
0.01%
Default: Read Only
Min/Max: –/+100.00%
Units:
0.01%
Default: Read Only
Min/Max: –/+100.00%
Units:
0.01%
Default: Read Only
Min/Max: –/+100.0 Hz
Units:
0.1 Hz
124
thru
138
124
thru
138
124
thru
138
124
thru
138
No. Parameter Name and Description
140 [Accel Time 1]
141 [Accel Time 2]
10.0 Secs
10.0 Secs
Min/Max: 0.1/3600.0 Secs
Units:
0.1 Secs
Max Speed
= Accel Rate
Accel Time
Ramp Rates
DYNAMIC CONTROL (File D)
Sets the rate of accel for all speed
increases.
Values
Default:
Related
Group
File D
Dynamic Control File (File D)
142 [Decel Time 1]
143 [Decel Time 2]
Sets the rate of decel for all speed
decreases.
Default:
10.0 Secs
10.0 Secs
Min/Max: 0.1/3600.0 Secs
Units:
0.1 Secs
Max Speed
= Decel Rate
Decel Time
146 [S Curve %]
Default:
0%
Sets the percentage of accel or decel time Min/Max: 0/100%
that is applied to the ramp as S Curve.
Units:
1%
Time is added, 1/2 at the beginning and
1/2 at the end of the ramp.
142
143
146
361
thru
366
140
141
146
361
thru
366
140
thru
143
No. Parameter Name and Description
147 [Current Lmt Sel]
Values
Default:
Selects the source for the adjustment of Options:
current limit (i.e. parameter, analog input,
etc.).
Default:
148 [Current Lmt Val]
Load Limits
Defines the current limit value when
[Current Lmt Sel] = “Cur Lim Val.”
149 [Current Lmt Gain]
Sets the responsiveness of the current
limit.
150 [Drive OL Mode]
DYNAMIC CONTROL (File D)
151 [PWM Frequency]
0
“Cur Lim Val”
0
“Cur Lim Val”
1
“Analog In 1”
2
“Analog In 2”
[Rated Amps] × 1.5
(Equation yields
approximate default
value.)
Min/Max: Based on Drive Rating
Units:
0.1 Amps
Default: 250
Min/Max: 0/5000
Units:
1
Default: 3
“Both–PWM 1st”
Selects the drive’s response to increasing Options:
drive temperature.
Default:
Stop/Brake Modes
!
146
149
147
149
147
148
219
0
“Disabled”
1
“Reduce CLim”
2
“Reduce PWM”
3
“Both–PWM 1st”
4 kHz
Sets the carrier frequency for the PWM
Min/Max: 2/10 kHz
output. Drive derating may occur at higher Units:
1 kHz
carrier frequencies. For derating
information, refer to the PowerFlex
Reference Manual.
Default: 1
“Ramp”
155 [Stop Mode A]
Default: 0
“Coast”
156 [Stop Mode B]
Active stop mode. [Stop Mode A] is active Options:
unless [Stop Mode B] is selected by
inputs.
(1) When using options 1 or 2, refer to the
Attention statements at [DC Brake
Level].
3-19
Related
Group
File D
Programming and Parameters
0
1
2
3
“Coast”
“Ramp”(1)
“Ramp to Hold”(1)
“DC Brake”
157
158
159
ATTENTION: If a hazard of injury do to movement of
equipment or material exists, an auxiliary mechanical braking
device must be used.
157 [DC Brake Lvl Sel]
Selects the source for [DC Brake Level].
Default:
0
“DC Brake Lvl”
Options:
0
1
2
“DC Brake Lvl”
“Analog In 1”
“Analog In 2”
155
156
158
159
No. Parameter Name and Description
158 [DC Brake Level]
Values
Default:
Related
Programming and Parameters
Group
File D
3-20
[Rated Amps]
Defines the DC brake current level
Min/Max: 0/[Rated Amps] × 1.5
injected into the motor when “DC Brake”
(Equation yields
is selected as a stop mode.
approximate maximum
value.)
The DC braking voltage used in this
0.1 Amps
function is created by a PWM algorithm Units:
and may not generate the smooth holding
force needed for some applications. Refer
to the PowerFlex Reference Manual.
!
ATTENTION: If a hazard of injury due to movement of
equipment or material exists, an auxiliary mechanical braking
device must be used.
ATTENTION: This feature should not be used with
synchronous or permanent magnet motors. Motors may be
demagnetized during braking.
Default:
0.0 Secs
Sets the amount of time DC brake current Min/Max: 0.0/90.0 Secs
is “injected” into the motor.
Units:
0.1 Secs
Stop/Brake Modes
DYNAMIC CONTROL (File D)
159 [DC Brake Time]
160 [Bus Reg Gain]
Sets the responsiveness of the bus
regulator.
161 [Bus Reg Mode A]
162 [Bus Reg Mode B]
Default:
Min/Max: 0/5000
Units:
1
Default: 1
“Adjust Freq”
4
“Both-Frq 1st”
Sets the method and sequence of the DC Options:
bus regulator voltage. Choices are
dynamic brake, frequency adjust or both.
Sequence is determined by programming
or digital input to the terminal block.
Dynamic Brake Setup
If a dynamic brake resistor is connected to
the drive, both these parameters must be
set to either option 2, 3 or 4.
Refer to the Attention statement on page
P-4 for important information on bus
regulation.
!
450
0
1
2
3
4
“Disabled”
“Adjust Freq”
“Dynamic Brak”
“Both-DB 1st”
“Both-Frq 1st”
ATTENTION: The drive does not offer protection for externally
mounted brake resistors. A risk of fire exists if external braking
resistors are not protected. External resistor packages must be
self-protected from over temperature or the protective circuit shown
in Figure C.1 on page C-1 (or equivalent) must be supplied.
155
thru
158
161
162
160
163
No. Parameter Name and Description
163 [DB Resistor Type]
Values
Default:
Stop/Brake Modes
Selects whether the internal or an
Options:
external DB resistor will be used.
If a dynamic brake resistor is connected to
the drive, [Bus Reg Mode A & B] must be
set to either option 2, 3 or 4.
!
3-21
Related
Group
File D
Programming and Parameters
0
“Internal Res”
0
1
2
“Internal Res”
“External Res”
“None”
161
162
ATTENTION: The drive does not offer protection for externally
mounted brake resistors. A risk of fire exists if external braking
resistors are not protected. External resistor packages must be
self-protected from over temperature or the protective circuit shown
in Figure C.1 on page C-1, or equivalent, must be supplied.
DYNAMIC CONTROL (File D)
ATTENTION: Equipment damage may result if a drive mounted
(internal) resistor is installed and this parameter is set to “External
Res.” Thermal protection for the internal resistor will be disabled,
resulting in possible device damage.
Restart Modes
168 [Start At PowerUp]
Default:
0
“Disabled”
Enables/disables a feature to issue a
Options:
Start or Run command and automatically
resume running at commanded speed
after drive input power is restored.
Requires a digital input configured for Run
or Start and a valid start contact.
0
1
“Disabled”
“Enabled”
!
ATTENTION: Equipment damage and/or personal injury may
result if this parameter is used in an inappropriate application. Do
not use this function without considering applicable local, national
and international codes, standards, regulations or industry
guidelines.
169 [Flying Start En]
Enables/disables the function which
reconnects to a spinning motor at actual
RPM when a start command is issued.
170 [Flying StartGain]
Sets the response of the flying start
function.
Default:
0
“Disabled”
Options:
0
1
“Disabled”
“Enabled”
Default:
4000
Min/Max: 20/32767
Units:
1
170
169
No. Parameter Name and Description
174 [Auto Rstrt Tries]
Values
Default:
Related
Programming and Parameters
Group
File D
3-22
0
175
Restart Modes
!
ATTENTION: Equipment damage and/or personal injury may
result if this parameter is used in an inappropriate application. Do
not use this function without considering applicable local, national
and international codes, standards, regulations or industry
guidelines.
175 [Auto Rstrt Delay]
Sets the time between restart attempts
when [Auto Rstrt Tries] is set to a value
other than zero.
184 [Power Loss Mode]
Power Loss
DYNAMIC CONTROL (File D)
Sets the maximum number of times the Min/Max: 0/9
drive attempts to reset a fault and restart. Units:
1
Default:
1.0 Secs
174
Min/Max: 0.5/30.0 Secs
Units:
0.1 Secs
Default:
0
“Coast”
Sets the reaction to a loss of input power. Options:
Power loss is recognized when:
• DC bus voltage is ≤ 73% of [DC Bus
Memory] and [Power Loss Mode] is
set to “Coast”.
• DC bus voltage is ≤ 82% of [DC Bus
Memory] and [Power Loss Mode] is
set to “Decel”.
Default:
185 [Power Loss Time]
0
1
“Coast”
“Decel”
Sets the time that the drive will remain in Min/Max:
power loss mode before a fault is issued. Units:
0.5 Secs
0.0/60.0 Secs
0.1 Secs
013
185
184
Programming and Parameters
3-23
No. Parameter Name and Description
Direction Config
190 [Direction Mode]
Selects the method for changing drive
direction.
Mode
Unipolar
Bipolar
Reverse Dis
Values
Default:
Options:
Direction Change
Drive Logic
Sign of Reference
Not Changable
Related
Group
File E
Utility File (File E)
0
“Unipolar”
0
1
2
“Unipolar”
“Bipolar”
“Reverse Dis”
192 [Save HIM Ref]
Po
At
HIM Ref Config
x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x 1
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Nibble 4
Nibble 3
Nibble 2
Nibble 1
Bit #
Factory Default Bit Values
193 [Man Ref Preload]
1 =Save at Power Down
0 =Do Not Save
x =Reserved
Default:
0
“Disabled”
Enables/disables a feature to
Options:
automatically load the present “Auto”
frequency reference value into the HIM
when “Manual” is selected. Allows smooth
speed transition from “Auto” to “Manual.”
0
1
“Disabled”
“Enabled”
194 [Save MOP Ref]
At
S
At top
Po
wr
D
ow
n
Enables/disables the feature that saves the present MOP frequency reference at
power down or at stop.
MOP Config
UTILITY (File E)
wr
Do
wn
Enables a feature to save the present frequency reference value issued by the
HIM to Drive memory on power loss. Value is restored to the HIM on power up.
x x x x x x x x x x x x x x 0 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Nibble 4
Nibble 3
Nibble 2
Nibble 1
Bit #
Factory Default Bit Values
195 [MOP Rate]
Default:
1 =Save at Power Down
0 =Do Not Save
x =Reserved
1.0 Hz/s
Sets rate of change of the MOP reference Min/Max: 0.2/[Maximum Freq]
in response to a digital input.
Units:
0.1 Hz/s
320
thru
327
361
thru
366
No. Parameter Name and Description
196 [Param Access Lvl]
0
“Basic”
Options:
0
1
“Basic”
“Advanced”
Default:
0
“Ready”
Options:
0
1
2
3
“Ready”
“Factory”
“Low Voltage”
“High Voltage”
Default:
0
“Ready”
199
Loads a previously saved set of
Options:
parameter values from a selected user set
location in drive nonvolatile memory to
active drive memory.
Default:
199 [Save To User Set]
0
1
2
3
0
“Ready”
“User Set 1”
“User Set 2”
“User Set 3”
“Ready”
198
0
1
2
3
0
“Ready”
“User Set 1”
“User Set 2”
“User Set 3”
“Ready”
0
1
2
0
“Ready”
“MWh”
“Elapsed Time”
“Not Selected”
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8-9
10
“Not Selected”
“English”
“Français”
“Español”
“Italiano”
“Deutsch”
“Reserved”
“Português”
“Reserved”
“Nederlands”
Based on Drive Cat.
No.
Options:
2
3
“Low Voltage”
“High Voltage”
Default:
Read Only
Selects the parameter display level.
Basic = Reduced param. set
Advanced = Full param. set
197 [Reset To Defalts]
Resets all parameter values (except
parameters 196, 201 & 202) to defaults.
Option 1 resets drive to factory settings.
Options 2 and 3 will reset drive to
alternate voltage and current rating.
198 [Load Frm Usr Set]
Drive Memory
Saves the parameter values in active
drive memory to a user set in drive
nonvolatile memory.
UTILITY (File E)
Values
Default:
Related
Programming and Parameters
Group
File E
3-24
200 [Reset Meters]
Resets selected meters to zero.
201 [Language]
Options:
Default:
Options:
Default:
Selects the display language when using Options:
an LCD HIM. This parameter is not
functional with an LED HIM.
202 [Voltage Class]
Configures the drive current rating and
associates it with the selected voltage
(i.e. 400 or 480V). This parameter is
normally used when downloading
parameter sets.
203 [Drive Checksum]
Default:
Provides a checksum value that indicates Min/Max: 0/65535
whether or not a change in drive
Units:
1
programming has occurred.
No. Parameter Name and Description
Values
209 [Drive Status 1]
3-25
Related
Group
File E
Programming and Parameters
Read Only
210
Sp
d
Sp Ref
d ID
Sp Ref 3 (2)
d ID
Sp Ref 2 (2)
d ID
Lo Ref 1 (2)
cal ID
Lo ID 0 (2)
ca 2 (1
Lo l ID )
ca 1 (1
At l ID )
S 0 (1
Fa peed )
ulte
Ala d
r
De m
c
Ac elera
c
ti
Ac elera ng
tu ti
Co al D ng
m ir
Ac man
tive d D
Re
ir
ad
y
Present operating condition of the drive.
Bits (2)
15 14
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 1
0 1
0 1
0 1
1 0
1 0
1 0
1 0
1 1
1 1
1 1
1 1
13
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
12
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
Description
Ref A Auto
Ref B Auto
Preset 2 Auto
Preset 3 Auto
Preset 4 Auto
Preset 5 Auto
Preset 6 Auto
Preset 7 Auto
TB Manual
Port 1 Manual
Port 2 Manual
Port 3 Manual
Port 4 Manual
Port 5 Manual
Port 6 Manual
Jog Ref
Bits (1)
11 10
0 0
0 0
0 1
0 1
1 0
1 0
1 1
1 1
9
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
1 =Condition True
0 =Condition False
x =Reserved
Description
Port 0 (TB)
Port 1
Port 2
Port 3
Port 4
Port 5
Port 6
No Local
Control
210 [Drive Status 2]
Read Only
209
Present operating condition of the drive.
DP
I
Mo at 50
t
0
Bu or Ov k
s F er
Cu req ld
rr
R
Au Lim eg
to it
Au Rst A
toR ct
st C
tdn
Au
to
DC Tun
in
Sto Brak g
p in
Jog ping g
Ru ging
n
Ac ning
tive
Re
ad
y
x x 0 0 0 0 0 0 x 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Nibble 4
Nibble 3
Nibble 2
Nibble 1
Bit #
211 [Drive Alarm 1]
1 =Condition True
0 =Condition False
x =Reserved
Read Only
Alarm conditions that currently exist in the drive.
De
c
Drv el Inh
i
Drv OL L bt
OL vl 2
Lvl
1
Int
DB
An Re
lg s
Str in L OH
A o
Po t Pw ss
we rU
Un r Lo p
d
s
Pre erVo s
chr ltag
gA e
ctv
Diagnostics
UTILITY (File E)
0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Nibble 4
Nibble 3
Nibble 2
Nibble 1
Bit #
x x x x x x 0 0 0 x 0 0 0 0 0 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Nibble 4
Nibble 3
Nibble 2
Nibble 1
Bit #
1 =Condition True
0 =Condition False
x =Reserved
212
No. Parameter Name and Description
Related
Programming and Parameters
Group
File E
3-26
Values
212 [Drive Alarm 2]
Read Only
211
Sp
d
Flx Ref C
A
f
IR mps lct
Vlt Ra
VH s R ng
z a
Ma Neg ng
x S
NP Frq C lope
Mt Hz C flct
rT fl
Bip yp C ct
o f
Dig lr Cf lct
I lc
Dig n Cflc t
t
I
Dig n Cfl C
In ctB
Cfl
ctA
Alarm conditions that currently exist in the drive.
x x x x x 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Nibble 4
Nibble 3
Nibble 2
Nibble 1
Bit #
213 [Speed Ref Source]
Default:
Options:
Diagnostics
214 [Start Inhibits]
Read Only
0
“PI Output”
1
“Analog In 1”
2
“Analog In 2”
3-8 “Reserved”
9
“MOP Level”
10 “Jog Speed”
11 “Preset Spd1”
12 “Preset Spd2”
13 “Preset Spd3”
14 “Preset Spd4”
15 “Preset Spd5”
16 “Preset Spd6”
17 “Preset Spd7”
18 “DPI Port 1”
19 “DPI Port 2”
20 “DPI Port 3”
21 “Reserved”
22 “DPI Port 5”
23 “Reserved”
Read Only
Displays the inputs currently preventing the drive from
starting.
DP
IP
ort
5
DP
IP
DP ort
3
I
DP Port
IP 2
Dig ort
ital 1
In
Sta
rtu
Pa p A
ra c
Sto ms R tv
p
DC Ass eset
e
En Bus rtd
a Pc
Typ ble hrg
e
Fa 2 A
ult lar
m
UTILITY (File E)
Displays the source of the speed
reference to the drive.
1 =Condition True
0 =Condition False
x =Reserved
x x 0 x 0 0 0 1 x 0 0 1 0 0 0 1
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Nibble 4
Nibble 3
Nibble 2
Nibble 1
Bit #
1 =Inhibit True
0 =Inhibit False
x =Reserved
090
093
096
101
No. Parameter Name and Description
215 [Last Stop Source]
Values
Default:
Displays the source that initiated the most Options:
recent stop sequence. It will be cleared
(set to 0) during the next start sequence.
216 [Dig In Status]
3-27
Related
Group
File E
Programming and Parameters
Read Only
0
“Pwr Removed”
1
“DPI Port 1”
2
“DPI Port 2”
3
“DPI Port 3”
4
“Reserved”
5
“DPI Port 5”
6
“Reserved”
7
“Digital In”
8
“Fault”
9
“Not Enabled”
10 “Sleep”
11 “Jog”
Read Only
361
thru
366
Dig
i
Dig tal In
i 6
Dig tal In
i 5
Dig tal In
it 4
Dig al In3
i
Dig tal In
ital 2
In1
Status of the digital inputs.
361
362
363
364
365
366
217 [Dig Out Status]
1 =Input Present
0 =Input Not Present
x =Reserved
Read Only
Status of the digital outputs.
380
thru
384
Dig
i
Dig tal O
ital ut2
Ou
t1
Diagnostics
UTILITY (File E)
x x x x x x x x x x 0 0 0 0 0 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Nibble 4
Nibble 3
Nibble 2
Nibble 1
Bit #
x x x x x x x x x x x x x x 0 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Nibble 4
Nibble 3
Nibble 2
Nibble 1
Bit #
218 [Drive Temp]
Present operating temperature of the
drive power section.
219 [Drive OL Count]
Default:
1 =Output Energized
0 =Output De-energized
x =Reserved
Read Only
Min/Max: –/+100 degC
Units:
1.0 degC
Default: Read Only
Accumulated percentage of drive
Min/Max: 0.0/100.0%
overload. Continuously operating the
Units:
0.1%
drive over 100% of its rating will increase
this value to 100% and cause a drive fault
or foldback depending on the setting of
[Drive OL Mode].
Default: Read Only
220 [Motor OL Count]
Accumulated percentage of motor
overload. Continuously operating the
motor over 100% of the motor overload
setting will increase this value to 100%
and cause a drive fault.
Min/Max: 0.0/100.0%
Units:
0.1%
150
047
048
No. Parameter Name and Description
224 [Fault Frequency]
Captures and displays the output speed
of the drive at the time of the last fault.
225 [Fault Amps]
Values
Default:
Related
Programming and Parameters
Group
File E
3-28
Read Only
Min/Max: 0.0/+[Maximum Freq]
Units:
0.1 Hz
Default: Read Only
Captures and displays motor amps at the Min/Max: 0.0/[Rated Amps] × 2
time of the last fault.
Units:
0.1 Amps
Default: Read Only
226 [Fault Bus Volts]
Captures and displays the DC bus voltage Min/Max: 0.0/Max Bus Volts
of the drive at the time of the last fault.
Units:
0.1 VDC
Read Only
227 [Status 1 @ Fault]
224
thru
230
224
thru
230
209
224
thru
230
0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Nibble 4
Nibble 3
Nibble 2
Nibble 1
Bit #
228 [Status 2 @ Fault]
1 =Condition True
0 =Condition False
x =Reserved
Read Only
Captures and displays [Drive Status 2] bit pattern at
the time of the last fault.
210
224
thru
230
DP
I
Mo at 50
t
0
Bu or Ov k
s
e
Cu Freq rld
rr
R
Au Lim eg
toR it
Au st A
toR ct
st C
tdn
Au
toT
DC un
in
Sto Brak g
pp ing
Jog ing
Ru ging
n
Ac ning
ti
Re ve
ad
y
x x 0 0 1 1 1 0 x 0 0 0 1 1 0 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Nibble 4
Nibble 3
Nibble 2
Nibble 1
Bit #
229 [Alarm 1 @ Fault]
1 =Condition True
0 =Condition False
x =Reserved
Read Only
Captures and displays [Drive Alarm 1] at the time of
the last fault.
De
c
Drv el Inh
i
Drv OL L bt
OL Vl 2
Lvl
1
Int
D
An BRe
lg i s O
Str n L H
A o
Po t Pw ss
w r
Un er Lo Up
d
s
Pre erVo s
chr ltag
gA e
ctv
Diagnostics
UTILITY (File E)
Sp
d
Sp Ref
d ID
Sp Ref 3
d ID
Sp Ref 2
d ID
Lo Ref 1
ca ID
Lo l ID 0
ca 2
Lo l ID
ca 1
At l ID
S 0
Fa peed
u
Ala lted
r
De m
c
Ac elera
c
ti
Ac elera ng
tu ti
Co al D ng
m ir
Ac man
ti
d
Re ve Dir
ad
y
Captures and displays [Drive Status 1] bit pattern at
the time of the last fault.
225
thru
230
x x x x x x 0 0 0 x 0 0 0 0 0 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Nibble 4
Nibble 3
Nibble 2
Nibble 1
Bit #
1 =Condition True
0 =Condition False
x =Reserved
211
224
thru
230
No. Parameter Name and Description
Values
230 [Alarm 2 @ Fault]
3-29
Related
Group
File E
Programming and Parameters
Read Only
212
224
thru
230
Diagnostics
Sp
d
Flx Ref C
A
f
IR mps lct
V R
VH lts R ang
z a
Ma Neg ng
x S
NP Frq C lope
Mt Hz C flct
rT fl
Bip yp C ct
o f
Dig lr Cf lct
I lc
Dig n Cflc t
t
I
Dig n Cfl C
In ctB
Cfl
ctA
Captures and displays [Drive Alarm 2] at the time of
the last fault.
x x x x x 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Nibble 4
Nibble 3
Nibble 2
Nibble 1
Bit #
234 [Testpoint 1 Sel]
236 [Testpoint 2 Sel]
Selects the function whose value is
displayed value in [Testpoint x Data].
These are internal values that are not
accessible through parameters.
See Testpoint Codes and Functions on
page 4-10 for a listing of available codes
and functions.
235 [Testpoint 1 Data]
237 [Testpoint 2 Data]
Default:
1 =Condition True
0 =Condition False
x =Reserved
499
Min/Max: 0/999
Units:
1
Default:
Read Only
UTILITY (File E)
Min/Max: 0/65535
The present value of the function selected Units:
1
in [Testpoint x Sel].
238 [Fault Config 1]
De
c
Au el Inh
tR i
Sh st T bt
e ri
Mo ar Pi es
tor n
Ov
erL
Un
d
de
Po rVo
we ltag
rL e
oss
Enables/disables annunciation of the listed faults.
x x x x x x x x x 1 0 0 1 x 1 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Nibble 4
Nibble 3
Nibble 2
Nibble 1
Bit #
Factory Default Bit Values
Faults
240 [Fault Clear]
Default:
0
“Ready”
Resets a fault and clears the fault queue. Options:
0
1
2
1
“Ready”
“Clear Faults”
“Clr Flt Que”
“Enabled”
0
1
“Disabled”
“Enabled”
241 [Fault Clear Mode]
Default:
Enables/disables a fault reset (clear
Options:
faults) attempt from any source. This does
not apply to fault codes which are cleared
indirectly via other actions.
Default:
242 [Power Up Marker]
32
1 =Enabled
0 =Disabled
x =Reserved
Read Only
Elapsed hours since initial drive power up. Min/Max: 0.0000/429,496.7295 Hr
This value will rollover to 0 after the drive Units:
0.0001 Hr
has been powered on for more than the
max value shown. For relevance to most
recent power up see [Fault x Time].
244
246
248
250
No. Parameter Name and Description
243
245
247
249
[Fault 1 Code]
[Fault 2 Code]
[Fault 3 Code]
[Fault 4 Code]
Values
Default:
Related
Programming and Parameters
Group
File E
3-30
Read Only
Min/Max: 0/9999
Units:
0
Faults
A code that represents the fault that
tripped the drive. The codes will appear in
these parameters in the order they occur
([Fault 1 Code] = the most recent fault).
244
246
248
250
UTILITY (File E)
32
[Fault 1 Time]
[Fault 2 Time]
[Fault 3 Time]
[Fault 4 Time]
Default:
Read Only
Min/Max: 0.0000/429,496.7295 Hr
Units:
0.0001 Hr
The time between initial drive power up
and the occurrence of the associated trip
fault. Can be compared to [Power Up
Marker] for the time from the most recent
power up.
[Fault x Time] – [Power Up Marker] = Time
difference to the most recent power up. A
negative value indicates fault occurred
before most recent power up. A positive
value indicates fault occurred after most
recent power up.
259 [Alarm Config 1]
De
c
Drv el Inh
i
Drv OL L bt
OL vl 2
Lvl
1
Int
DB
An Re
lg s
Str in L OH
A o
Po t Pw ss
we rU
Un r Lo p
d
s
Pre erVo s
chr ltag
gA e
ctv
Alarms
Enables/disables alarm conditions that will initiate an active drive alarm.
x x x x x x 1 1 1 x 1 1 1 1 1 1
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Nibble 4
Nibble 3
Nibble 2
Nibble 1
Bit #
Factory Default Bit Values
1 =Enabled
0 =Disabled
x =Reserved
242
Programming and Parameters
3-31
No. Parameter Name and Description
270 [DPI Data Rate]
Values
Default:
Sets the baud rate for attached drive
Options:
peripherals. When changing this value the
drive must be reset for the change to take
affect.
271 [Drive Logic Rslt]
Related
Group
File H
Communication File (File H)
0
“125 kbps”
0
1
“125 kbps”
“500 kbps”
Read Only
(1)
(1)
0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Nibble 4
Nibble 3
Nibble 2
Nibble 1
Bit #
Comm Control
COMMUNICATION (File H)
MO
Sp P De
d c
Sp Ref
d ID
Sp Ref 2
d ID
De Ref 1
c ID
De el 2 0
c
Ac el 1
ce
Ac l 2
c
MO el 1
P
Lo Inc
c
Re al Co
v n
Fo erse trl
rw
Cle ard
a
Jog r Fa
ult
Sta
rt
Sto
p
(1)
The final logic command resulting from the
combination of all DPI and discrete inputs. This
parameter has the same structure as the
product-specific logic command received via DPI and
is used in peer to peer communications.
Bits(1)
14 13
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
1
1
1
12
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
272 [Drive Ref Rslt]
1 =Condition True
0 =Condition False
x =Reserved
Description
No Command - Man. Mode
Ref A Auto
Ref B Auto
Preset 3 Auto
Preset 4 Auto
Preset 5 Auto
Preset 6 Auto
Preset 7 Auto
Default:
Read Only
Present frequency reference scaled as a Min/Max: –/+32767
DPI reference for peer to peer
Units:
1
communications. The value shown is the
value prior to the accel/decel ramp and
any corrections supplied by slip comp, PI,
etc.
Default: Read Only
273 [Drive Ramp Rslt]
Present frequency reference scaled as a Min/Max: –/+32767
DPI reference for peer to peer
Units:
1
communications. The value shown is the
value after the accel/decel ramp but prior
to any corrections supplied by slip comp,
PI, etc.
No. Parameter Name and Description
Related
Programming and Parameters
Group
File H
3-32
Values
276 [Logic Mask]
DP
IP
ort
5
DP
I
DP Port
I
3
DP Port
2
I
Dig Port
ital 1
In
288
Determines which adapters can control the drive. If the bit for an adapter is set to thru
297
“0,” the adapter will have no control functions except for stop.
x x x x x x x x x x 1 x 1 1 1 1
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Nibble 4
Nibble 3
Nibble 2
Nibble 1
Bit #
Factory Default Bit Values
277 [Start Mask]
1 =Control Permitted
0 =Control Masked
x =Reserved
See [Logic Mask].
288
thru
297
See [Logic Mask].
288
thru
297
See [Logic Mask].
288
thru
297
See [Logic Mask].
288
thru
297
See [Logic Mask].
288
thru
297
See [Logic Mask].
288
thru
297
See [Logic Mask].
288
thru
297
288
thru
297
Controls which adapters can issue start
commands.
278 [Jog Mask]
279 [Direction Mask]
Masks & Owners
COMMUNICATION (File H)
Controls which adapters can issue jog
commands.
Controls which adapters can issue
forward/reverse direction commands.
280 [Reference Mask]
Controls which adapters can select an
alternate reference; [Speed Ref A, B Sel]
or [Preset Speed 1-7].
281 [Accel Mask]
Controls which adapters can select [Accel
Time 1, 2].
282 [Decel Mask]
Controls which adapters can select [Decel
Time 1, 2].
283 [Fault Clr Mask]
Controls which adapters can clear a fault.
284 [MOP Mask]
See [Logic Mask].
Controls which adapters can issue MOP
commands to the drive.
285 [Local Mask]
Controls which adapters are allowed to
take exclusive control of drive logic
commands (except stop). Exclusive
“local” control can only be taken while the
drive is stopped.
See [Logic Mask].
288
thru
297
No. Parameter Name and Description
Values
288 [Stop Owner]
3-33
Related
Group
File H
Programming and Parameters
Read Only
276
thru
285
DP
IP
ort
5
DP
IP
o
D P rt
I
3
DP Port
2
I
Dig Port
ital 1
In
Adapters that are presently issuing a valid stop
command.
x x x x x x x x x x 0 x 0 0 0 1
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Nibble 4
Nibble 3
Nibble 2
Nibble 1
Bit #
289 [Start Owner]
Adapters that are presently issuing a
valid start command.
290 [Jog Owner]
1 =Issuing Command
0 =No Command
x =Reserved
See [Stop Owner].
276
thru
285
See [Stop Owner].
276
thru
285
See [Stop Owner].
276
thru
285
See [Stop Owner].
276
thru
285
See [Stop Owner].
140
276
thru
285
142
276
thru
285
276
thru
285
276
thru
285
Adapters that are presently issuing a valid
jog command.
Masks & Owners
COMMUNICATION (File H)
291 [Direction Owner]
Adapter that currently has exclusive
control of direction changes.
292 [Reference Owner]
Adapter that has the exclusive control of
the command frequency source selection.
293 [Accel Owner]
Adapter that has exclusive control of
selecting [Accel Time 1, 2].
294 [Decel Owner]
See [Stop Owner].
Adapter that has exclusive control of
selecting [Decel Time 1, 2].
295 [Fault Clr Owner]
See [Stop Owner].
Adapter that is presently clearing a fault.
296 [MOP Owner]
See [Stop Owner].
Adapters that are currently issuing
increases or decreases in MOP command
frequency.
297 [Local Owner]
Adapter that has requested exclusive
control of all drive logic functions. If an
adapter is in local lockout, all other
functions (except stop) on all other
adapters are locked out and
non-functional. Local control can only be
obtained when the drive is not running.
See [Stop Owner].
276
thru
285
No. Parameter Name and Description
300 [Data In A1] - Link A Word 1
301 [Data In A2] - Link A Word 2
Datalinks
COMMUNICATION (File H)
Parameter number whose value will be
written from a communications device
data table.
Parameters that can only be changed
while drive is stopped cannot be used as
Datalink inputs. Entering a parameter of
this type will “Disable” the link.
Refer to your communications option
manual for datalink information.
Values
Default:
Related
Programming and Parameters
Group
File H
3-34
0 (0 = “Disabled”)
Min/Max: 0/387
Units:
1
302 [Data In B1] - Link B Word 1
303 [Data In B2] - Link B Word 2
See [Data In A1] - Link A Word 1.
304 [Data In C1] - Link C Word 1
305 [Data In C2] - Link C Word 2
See [Data In A1] - Link A Word 1.
306 [Data In D1] - Link D Word 1
307 [Data In D2] - Link D Word 2
See [Data In A1] - Link A Word 1.
310 [Data Out A1] - Link A Word 1
311 [Data Out A2] - Link A Word 2
Default:
Parameter number whose value will be
written to a communications device data
table.
312
313
314
315
316
317
[Data Out B1] - Link B Word 1
[Data Out B2] - Link B Word 2
[Data Out C1] - Link C Word 1
[Data Out C2] - Link C Word 2
[Data Out D1] - Link D Word 1
[Data Out D2] - Link D Word 2
0 (0 = “Disabled”)
Min/Max: 0/387
Units:
1
See [Data Out A1] - Link A Word 1.
See [Data Out A1] - Link A Word 1.
See [Data Out A1] - Link A Word 1.
Programming and Parameters
3-35
No. Parameter Name and Description
Related
Group
File J
Inputs & Outputs File (File J)
Values
320 [Anlg In Config]
An
a
An log In
alo 2
gI
n1
Selects the mode for the analog inputs.
x x x x x x x x x x x x x x 0 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Nibble 4
Nibble 3
Nibble 2
Nibble 1
Bit #
Factory Default Bit Values
322
325
323
326
1 =Current
0 =Voltage
x =Reserved
Analog Inputs
INPUTS & OUTPUTS (File J)
An
a
An log In
alo 2
gI
n1
321 [Anlg In Sqr Root]
Enables/disables the square root function for each input.
x x x x x x x x x x x x x x 0 0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Nibble 4
Nibble 3
Nibble 2
Nibble 1
Bit #
Factory Default Bit Values
322 [Analog In 1 Hi]
325 [Analog In 2 Hi]
Default:
1 =Enable
0 =Disable
x =Reserved
10.000 Volt
10.000 Volt
Sets the highest input value to the analog Min/Max: 4.000/20.000mA,
input x scaling block.
–/+10.000V,
0.000/10.000V
Units:
0.001 mA,
0.001 Volt
Default: 0.000 Volt
323 [Analog In 1 Lo]
0.000 Volt
326 [Analog In 2 Lo]
Sets the lowest input value to the analog
input x scaling block.
324 [Analog In 1 Loss]
327 [Analog In 2 Loss]
091
092
091
092
Min/Max: 4.000/20.000mA,
0.000/10.000V (No. 323),
–/+10.000V (No. 326)
Units:
0.000/10.000V,
0.001 mA,
0.001 Volt
Default: 0
“Disabled”
091
0
“Disabled”
092
Selects drive action when an analog
Options:
signal loss is detected. Signal loss is
defined as an analog signal less than 1V
or 2mA. The signal loss event ends and
normal operation resumes when the input
signal level is greater than or equal to
1.5V or 3mA.
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
“Disabled”
“Fault”
“Hold Input”
“Set Input Lo”
“Set Input Hi”
“Goto Preset1”
“Hold OutFreq”
No. Parameter Name and Description
Related
Programming and Parameters
Group
File J
3-36
Values
341 [Anlg Out Absolut]
342
An
alo
gO
u t1
Selects whether the signed value or absolute value of a parameter is used before
being scaled to drive the analog output.
x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x 1
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Nibble 4
Nibble 3
Nibble 2
Nibble 1
Bit #
Factory Default Bit Values
Default:
Selects the source of the value that drives Options:
the analog output.
Analog Outputs
INPUTS & OUTPUTS (File J)
342 [Analog Out1 Sel]
0
Param. 341= Signed
Param. 341 = Absolute
–[Maximum Speed]
–[Maximum Speed]
0 Amps
–200% Rated
0 Amps
0 kW
0 Volts
0 Volts
–100%
–100%
–100%
–100%
0%
0%
0 Hz
0 Hz
0 Amps
0 Amps
0 Amps
0 kW
0 Volts
0 Volts
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
343 [Analog Out1 Hi]
Sets the analog output value when the
source value is at maximum.
344 [Analog Out1 Lo]
Sets the analog output value when the
source value is at minimum.
Default:
“Output Freq”
001
002
003
004
005
007
[Analog Out1 Hi] Value 006
+[Maximum Speed]
012
+[Maximum Speed]
135
200% Rated
136
200% Rated
137
200% Rated
138
200% Rated
120% Rated Input Volts 220
200% Rated Input Volts 219
See Table
[Analog Out1 Lo] Value
Options
0 “Output Freq”
1 “Command Freq”
2 “Output Amps”
3 “Torque Amps”
4 “Flux Amps”
5 “Output Power”
6 “Output Volts”
7 “DC Bus Volts”
8 “PI Reference”
9 “PI Feedback”
10 “PI Error”
11 “PI Output”
12 “%Motor OL”
13 “%Drive OL”
1 = Absolute
0 = Signed
x = Reserved
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
10.00 Volts
Min/Max: 0.00/10.00 Volts
Units:
0.01 Volt
Default: 0.00 Volts
Min/Max: 0.00/10.00 Volts
Units:
0.01 Volt
342
342
No. Parameter Name and Description
361 [Digital In1 Sel]
Values
Default:
4
[Digital In2 Sel]
[Digital In3 Sel]
[Digital In4 Sel]
[Digital In5 Sel]
[Digital In6 Sel]
Default:
Default:
Default:
Default:
Default:
5
18
15
16
17
“Stop – CF”
(CF = Clear Fault)
“Start”
“Auto/ Manual”
“Speed Sel 1”
“Speed Sel 2”
“Speed Sel 3”
Selects the function for the digital inputs. Options:
(1) When [Digital Inx Sel] is set to option 2
“Clear Faults” the Stop button cannot
be used to clear a fault condition.
(2) Typical 3-Wire Inputs.
Requires that only 3-wire functions are
chosen. Including 2-wire selections will
cause a type 2 alarm.
(3) Typical 2-Wire Inputs.
Requires that only 2-wire functions are
chosen. Including 3-wire selections will
cause a type 2 alarm.
(4) Speed Select Inputs.
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
“Not Used”
“Enable”(6)
“Clear Faults”(1)
“Aux Fault”
“Stop – CF”
“Start”(2)(7)
“Fwd/ Reverse”(2)
“Run”(3)
“Run Forward”(3)
“Run Reverse”(3)
“Jog”(2)
“Jog Forward”
“Jog Reverse”
“Stop Mode B”
“Bus Reg Md B”
“Speed Sel 1”(4)
“Speed Sel 2”(4)
“Speed Sel 3”(4)
“Auto/ Manual”(5)
“Local”
“Acc2 & Dec2”
“Accel 2”
“Decel 2”
“MOP Inc”
“MOP Dec”
“Excl Link”
“PI Enable”
“PI Hold”
“PI Reset”
Digital Inputs
INPUTS & OUTPUTS (File J)
362
363
364
365
366
3
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
2
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
Auto Reference Source
Reference A
Reference B
Preset Speed 2
Preset Speed 3
Preset Speed 4
Preset Speed 5
Preset Speed 6
Preset Speed 7
To access Preset Speed 1, set [Speed
Ref A Sel] or [Speed Ref B Sel] to
“Preset Speed 1”.
Type 2 Alarms
Some digital input programming may
cause conflicts that will result in a Type
2 alarm. Example: [Digital In1 Sel] set
to 5 “Start” in 3-wire control and [Digital
In2 Sel] set to 7 “Run” in 2-wire.
Refer to Alarm Descriptions on
page 4-7 for information on resolving
this type of conflict.
(5) Auto/Manual - Refer to Figure 1.9 on
page 1-17 for details.
(6) Opening an “Enable” input will cause
the motor to coast-to-stop, ignoring
any programmed Stop modes.
(7) A “Dig In ConflictB” alarm will occur if a
“Start” input is programmed without a
“Stop” input.
3-37
Related
Group
File J
Programming and Parameters
100
156
162
096
140
194
380
124
No. Parameter Name and Description
380 [Digital Out1 Sel]
384 [Digital Out2 Sel]
Values
Default:
Selects the drive status that will energize Options:
a (CRx) output relay.
(1)
Digital Outputs
INPUTS & OUTPUTS (File J)
Any relay programmed as Fault or
Alarm will energize (pick up) when
power is applied to drive and
deenergize (drop out) when a fault or
alarm exists. Relays selected for other
functions will energize only when that
condition exists and will deenergize
when condition is removed. refer to
page 1-14.
(2) Activation level is defined in [Dig Outx
Level] below.
381 [Dig Out1 Level]
385 [Dig Out2 Level]
Sets the relay activation level for options
10 – 15 in [Digital Outx Sel]. Units are
assumed to match the above selection
(i.e. “At Freq” = Hz, “At Torque” = Amps).
382 [Dig Out1 OnTime]
386 [Dig Out2 OnTime]
Sets the “ON Delay” time for the digital
outputs. This is the time between the
occurrence of a condition and activation
of the relay.
383 [Dig Out1 OffTime]
387 [Dig Out2 OffTime]
Sets the “OFF Delay” time for the digital
outputs. This is the time between the
disappearance of a condition and
de-activation of the relay.
Default:
Related
Programming and Parameters
Group
File J
3-38
1
4
“Fault”
“Run”
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
0.0
0.0
“Fault”(1)
“Alarm”(1)
“Ready”
“Run”
“Forward Run”
“Reverse Run”
“Auto Restart”
“Powerup Run”
“At Speed”
“At Freq”(2)
“At Current”(2)
“At Torque”(2)
“At Temp”(2)
“At Bus Volts”(2)
“At PI Error”(2)
“DC Braking”
“Curr Limit”
“Economize”
“Motor Overld”
“Power Loss”
“Input 1 Link”
“Input 2 Link”
“Input 3 Link”
“Input 4 Link”
“Input 5 Link”
“Input 6 Link”
381
385
382
386
383
002
001
003
004
218
012
137
157
147
053
048
184
380
Min/Max: 0.0/819.2
Units:
0.1
Default:
0.00 Secs
0.00 Secs
380
Min/Max: 0.00/600.00 Secs
Units:
0.01 Secs
Default:
0.00 Secs
0.00 Secs
Min/Max: 0.00/600.00 Secs
Units:
0.01 Secs
380
Programming and Parameters
3-39
Parameter Cross Reference – by Name
Parameter Name
Accel Mask
Accel Owner
Accel Time x
Alarm 1 @ Fault
Alarm 2 @ Fault
Alarm Config 1
Analog In x Hi
Analog In x Lo
Analog In x Loss
Analog Inx Value
Anlg Out Absolut
Analog Out1 Hi
Analog Out1 Lo
Analog Out1 Sel
Anlg In Config
Anlg In Sqr Root
Auto Rstrt Delay
Auto Rstrt Tries
Autotune
Break Frequency
Break Voltage
Bus Reg Gain
Bus Reg Mode x
Commanded Freq
Compensation
Control SW Ver
Current Lmt Gain
Current Lmt Sel
Current Lmt Val
Data In A1
Data In A2
Data In B1
Data In B2
Data In C1
Data In C2
Data In D1
Data In D2
Data Out A1
Data Out A2
Data Out B1
Data Out B2
Data Out C1
Data Out C2
Data Out D1
Data Out D2
DB Resistor Type
DC Brake Level
DC Brake Time
DC Brake Lvl Sel
DC Bus Memory
DC Bus Voltage
No.
281
293
140, 141
229
230
259
322, 325
323, 326
324, 327
016, 017
341
343
344
342
320
321
175
174
061
072
071
160
161, 162
002
056
029
149
147
148
300
301
302
303
304
305
306
307
310
311
312
313
314
315
316
317
163
158
159
157
013
012
Group
Masks & Owners
Masks & Owners
Ramp Rates
Diagnostics
Diagnostics
Alarms
Analog Inputs
Analog Inputs
Analog Inputs
Metering
Analog Outputs
Analog Outputs
Analog Outputs
Analog Outputs
Analog Inputs
Analog Inputs
Restart Modes
Restart Modes
Torq Attributes
Volts per Hertz
Volts per Hertz
Stop/Brake Modes
Stop/Brake Modes
Metering
Torq Attributes
Drive Data
Load Limits
Load Limits
Load Limits
Data Links
Data Links
Data Links
Data Links
Data Links
Data Links
Data Links
Data Links
Data Links
Data Links
Data Links
Data Links
Data Links
Data Links
Data Links
Data Links
Stop/Brake Modes
Stop/Brake Modes
Stop/Brake Modes
Stop/Brake Modes
Metering
Metering
Parameter Name
Decel Mask
Decel Owner
Decel Time x
Dig In Status
Dig Out Status
Dig Outx Level
Dig Outx OffTime
Dig Outx OnTime
Digital Inx Sel
Digital Outx Sel
Direction Mask
Direction Mode
Direction Owner
DPI Data Rate
Drive Alarm x
Drive Checksum
Drive Logic Rslt
Drive OL Count
Drive OL Mode
Drive Ramp Rslt
Drive Ref Rslt
Drive Status x
Drive Temp
Elapsed MWh
Elapsed Run Time
Fault Amps
Fault Bus Volts
Fault Clear
Fault Clear Mode
Fault Clr Mask
Fault Clr Owner
Fault Config 1
Fault Frequency
Fault x Code
Fault x Time
Flux Current
Flux Current Ref
Flux Up Mode
Flux Up Time
Flying Start En
Flying StartGain
IR Voltage Drop
Jog Mask
Jog Owner
Jog Speed
Language
Last Stop Source
Load Frm Usr Set
Local Mask
Local Owner
Logic Mask
No.
282
294
142, 143
216
217
381, 385
383, 387
382, 386
361-366
380, 384
279
190
291
270
211, 212
203
271
219
150
273
272
209, 210
218
009
010
225
226
240
241
283
295
238
224
243-249
244-250
005
063
057
058
169
170
062
278
290
100
201
215
198
285
297
276
Group
Masks & Owners
Masks & Owners
Ramp Rates
Diagnostics
Diagnostics
Digital Outputs
Digital Outputs
Digital Outputs
Digital Inputs
Digital Outputs
Masks & Owners
Reverse Config
Masks & Owners
Comm Control
Diagnostics
Drive Memory
Comm Control
Diagnostics
Load Limits
Comm Control
Comm Control
Diagnostics
Diagnostics
Metering
Metering
Diagnostics
Diagnostics
Faults
Faults
Masks & Owners
Masks & Owners
Faults
Diagnostics
Faults
Faults
Metering
Torq Attributes
Torq Attributes
Torq Attributes
Restart Modes
Restart Modes
Torq Attributes
Masks & Owners
Masks & Owners
Discrete Speeds
Drive Memory
Diagnostics
Drive Memory
Masks & Owners
Masks & Owners
Masks & Owners
3-40
Programming and Parameters
Parameter Name
Man Ref Preload
Maximum Freq
Maximum Speed
Maximum Voltage
Minimum Speed
MOP Frequency
MOP Mask
MOP Owner
MOP Rate
Motor NP FLA
Motor NP Hertz
Motor NP Power
Motor NP RPM
Motor NP Volts
Motor OL Count
Motor OL Factor
Motor OL Hertz
Motor Type
Mtr NP Pwr Units
Output Current
Output Freq
Output Power
Output Powr Fctr
Output Voltage
Overspeed Limit
Param Access Lvl
PI Configuration
PI Control
PI Error Meter
PI Fdback Meter
PI Feedback Sel
PI Integral Time
PI Lower Limit
PI Output Meter
PI Preload
PI Prop Gain
PI Ref Meter
PI Reference Sel
PI Setpoint
PI Status
PI Upper Limit
Power Loss Mode
Power Loss Time
Power Up Marker
Preset Speed x
PWM Frequency
No.
193
055
082
054
081
011
284
296
195
042
043
045
044
041
220
048
047
040
046
003
001
007
008
006
083
196
124
125
137
136
128
129
131
138
133
130
135
126
127
134
132
184
185
242
101-107
151
Group
HIM Ref Config
Torq Attributes
Spd Mode & Limits
Torq Attributes
Spd Mode & Limits
Metering
Masks & Owners
Masks & Owners
MOP Config
Motor Data
Motor Data
Motor Data
Motor Data
Motor Data
Diagnostics
Motor Data
Motor Data
Motor Data
Motor Data
Metering
Metering
Metering
Metering
Metering
Spd Mode & Limits
Drive Memory
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Process PI
Power Loss
Power Loss
Faults
Discrete Speeds
Load Limits
Parameter Name
Rated Amps
Rated kW
Rated Volts
Reference Mask
Reference Owner
Reset Meters
Reset To Defalts
Run Boost
S Curve %
Save HIM Ref
Save MOP Ref
Save To User Set
Skip Freq Band
Skip Frequency x
Slip Comp Gain
Slip RPM @ FLA
Slip RPM Meter
Speed Mode
Speed Ref A Hi
Speed Ref A Lo
Speed Ref A Sel
Speed Ref B Hi
Speed Ref B Lo
Speed Ref B Sel
Speed Ref Source
Start At PowerUp
Start Inhibits
Start Mask
Start Owner
Start/Acc Boost
Status [email protected] Fault
Status 2 @ Fault
Stop Mode x
Stop Owner
TB Man Ref Hi
TB Man Ref Lo
TB Man Ref Sel
Testpoint x Data
Testpoint x Sel
Torque Current
Torque Perf Mode
Trim Hi
Trim In Select
Trim Lo
Trim Out Select
Voltage Class
No.
028
026
027
280
292
200
197
070
146
192
194
199
087
084-086
122
121
123
080
091
092
090
094
095
093
213
168
214
277
289
069
227
228
155, 156
288
097
098
096
235, 237
234, 236
004
053
119
117
120
118
202
Group
Drive Data
Drive Data
Drive Data
Masks & Owners
Masks & Owners
Drive Memory
Drive Memory
Volts per Hertz
Ramp Rates
HIM Ref Config
MOP Config
Drive Memory
Spd Mode & Limits
Spd Mode & Limits
Slip Comp
Slip Comp
Slip Comp
Spd Mode & Limits
Speed References
Speed References
Speed References
Speed References
Speed References
Speed References
Diagnostics
Restart Modes
Diagnostics
Masks & Owners
Masks & Owners
Volts per Hertz
Diagnostics
Diagnostics
Stop/Brake Modes
Masks & Owners
Speed References
Speed References
Speed References
Diagnostics
Diagnostics
Metering
Torq Attributes
Speed Trim
Speed Trim
Speed Trim
Speed Trim
Drive Memory
Chapter 4
Troubleshooting
Chapter 4 provides information to guide you in troubleshooting the
PowerFlex 70. Included is a listing and description of drive faults (with
possible solutions, when applicable) and alarms.
For information on…
Faults and Alarms
Drive Status
Manually Clearing Faults
Fault Descriptions
Clearing Alarms
Alarm Descriptions
Testpoint Codes and Functions
Common Symptoms and Corrective Actions
See page…
4-1
4-2
4-3
4-3
4-7
4-7
4-10
4-10
Faults and Alarms
A fault is a condition that stops the drive. There are three fault types.
Type Fault Description
➀ Auto-Reset Run When this type of fault occurs, and [Auto Rstrt Tries] (see
page 3-22) is set to a value greater than “0,” a
user-configurable timer, [Auto Rstrt Delay] (see page 3-22)
begins. When the timer reaches zero, the drive attempts to
automatically reset the fault. If the condition that caused the
fault is no longer present, the fault will be reset and the drive
will be restarted.
➁ Non-Resettable This type of fault normally requires drive or motor repair. The
cause of the fault must be corrected before the fault can be
cleared. The fault will be reset on power up after repair.
➂ User Configurable These faults can be enabled/disabled to annunciate or ignore
a fault condition.
An alarm is a condition that, if left untreated, may stop the drive. There
are two alarm types.
Type Alarm Description
➀ User Configurable These alarms can be enabled or disabled through
[Alarm Config 1] on page 3-30.
➁ Non-Configurable These alarms are always enabled.
4-2
Troubleshooting
Drive Status
The condition or state of your drive is constantly monitored. Any
changes will be indicated through the LEDs and/or the HIM (if present).
LED Indications
See page 2-2 for information on LED status indicators.
HIM Indication
The LCD and LED HIMs also provide visual notification of a fault or
alarm condition.
Condition
Drive is indicating a fault.
The LCD HIM immediately reports the fault condition
by displaying the following.
• “Faulted” appears in the status line
• Fault number
• Fault name
• Time that has passed since fault occurred
Press Esc to regain HIM control.
The LED HIM reports the fault condition by displaying
the specific fault code.
Display
LCD HIM
F-> Faulted
Auto
0.0 Hz
Fault — F
—
5
Main
Menu:
OverVoltage
Diagnostics
Time Since Fault
0000:23:52
Parameter
LED HIM
Drive is indicating an alarm.
LCD HIM
The LCD HIM immediately reports the alarm condition
by displaying the following.
F-> Power Loss
• Alarm name (Type 2 alarms only)
0.0 Hz
• Alarm bell graphic
Main Menu:
Diagnostics
Parameter
Device Select
LED HIM
No indication.
Auto
Troubleshooting
4-3
Manually Clearing Faults
Step
1. Press Esc to acknowledge the fault. The fault information will be
removed so that you can use the HIM.
Key(s)
Esc
2. Address the condition that caused the fault.
The cause must be corrected before the fault can be cleared.
3. After corrective action has been taken, clear the fault by one of
these methods.
• Press Stop
• Cycle drive power
• Set parameter 240 [Fault Clear] to “1.”
• “Clear Faults” on the HIM Diagnostic menu.
Fault Descriptions
Fault
Analog In Loss
No.
29
Type(1)
Table 4.A Fault Types, Descriptions and Actions
➀
➂
Anlg Cal Chksum 108
Auto Rstrt Tries
33
➂
AutoTune Aborted 80
Auxiliary Input
2
Decel Inhibit
24
➀
➂
Description
An analog input is configured to
fault on signal loss. A signal loss
has occurred.
Configure with [Anlg In 1, 2 Loss]
on page 3-35.
The checksum read from the
analog calibration data does not
match the checksum calculated.
Drive unsuccessfully attempted
to reset a fault and resume
running for the programmed
number of [Flt RstRun Tries].
Enable/Disable with [Fault Config
1] on page 3-29.
Autotune function was canceled
by the user or a fault occurred.
Auxiliary input interlock is open.
The drive is not following a
commanded deceleration
because it is attempting to limit
bus voltage.
Action
1. Check parameters.
2. Check for broken/loose
connections at inputs.
Replace drive.
Correct the cause of the fault and
manually clear.
Restart procedure.
Check remote wiring.
1. Verify input voltage is within drive
specified limits.
2. Verify system ground impedance
follows proper grounding
techniques.
3. Disable bus regulation and/or
add dynamic brake resistor and/
or extend deceleration time.
Troubleshooting
Type(1)
4-4
Fault
Drive OverLoad
No.
64
Excessive Load
79
FluxAmpsRef
Rang
78
Ground Fault
13
➀
Heatsink
OvrTemp
8
➀
HW OverCurrent
12
➀
Incompat
MCB-PB
106
➁
IR Volts Range
77
Motor Overload
7
➀
➂
OverSpeed Limit
25
➀
OverVoltage
5
➀
Parameter
Chksum
100
➁
Description
Drive rating of 110% for 1 minute
or 150% for 3 seconds has been
exceeded.
Motor did not come up to speed
in the allotted time during
autotune.
The value for flux amps
determined by the Autotune
procedure exceeds the
programmed [Motor NP FLA].
Action
Reduce load or extend Accel Time.
1. Uncouple load from motor.
2. Repeat Autotune.
1. Reprogram [Motor NP FLA] with
the correct motor nameplate
value.
2. Repeat Autotune.
A current path to earth ground
Check the motor and external wiring
greater than 25% of drive rating. to the drive output terminals for a
grounded condition.
Heatsink temperature exceeds 1. Verify that maximum ambient
100% of [Drive Temp].
temperature has not been
exceeded.
2. Check fan.
3. Check for excess load.
The drive output current has
Check programming. Check for
exceeded the hardware current excess load, improper DC boost
limit.
setting, DC brake volts set too high
or other causes of excess current.
Drive rating information stored on Load compatible version files into
the power board is incompatible drive.
with the main control board.
“Calculate” is the autotune
Re-enter motor nameplate data.
default and the value determined
by the autotune procedure for IR
Drop Volts is not in the range of
acceptable values.
Internal electronic overload trip. An excessive motor load exists.
Enable/Disable with [Fault Config Reduce load so drive output current
does not exceed the current set by
1] on page 3-29.
[Motor NP FLA].
Functions such as Slip
Remove excessive load or
Compensation or Bus Regulation overhauling conditions or increase
have attempted to add an output [Overspeed Limit].
frequency adjustment greater
than that programmed in
[Overspeed Limit].
DC bus voltage exceeded
Monitor the AC line for high line
maximum value.
voltage or transient conditions. Bus
overvoltage can also be caused by
motor regeneration. Extend the
decel time or install dynamic brake
option.
The checksum read from the
1. Restore defaults.
board does not match the
2. Reload User Set if used.
checksum calculated.
Fault
No.
Params Defaulted 48
Phase U to Grnd
38
Phase V to Grnd
39
Type(1)
Troubleshooting
Phase W to Grnd 40
Phase UV Short
41
Phase VW Short
42
Phase UW Short 43
Port 1-5 DPI Loss 8186
Port 1-5 Adapter
7176
Power Loss
3
Power Unit
70
Pwr Brd Chksum1 104
Pwr Brd Chksum2 105
➁
Replaced
MCB-PB
➁
107
Description
Action
The drive was commanded to
1. Clear the fault or cycle power to
write default values to EEPROM.
the drive.
2. Program the drive parameters as
needed.
A phase to ground fault has been 1. Check the wiring between the
detected between the drive and
drive and motor.
motor in this phase.
2. Check motor for grounded
phase.
3. Replace drive.
Excessive current has been
1. Check the motor and drive output
detected between these two
terminal wiring for a shorted
output terminals.
condition.
2. Replace drive.
DPI port stopped
communicating.
A SCANport device was
connected to a drive operating
DPI devices at 500k baud.
➀
➂
4-5
1. If adapter was not intentionally
disconnected, check wiring to the
port. Replace wiring, port
expander, adapters, Main Control
Board or complete drive as
required.
2. Check HIM connection.
3. If an adapter was intentionally
disconnected and the [Logic
Mask] bit for that adapter is set to
“1”, this fault will occur. To disable
this fault, set the [Logic Mask] bit
for the adapter to “0.”
The communications card has a Check DPI device event queue and
fault.
corresponding fault information for
the device.
DC bus voltage remained below Monitor the incoming AC line for low
85% of nominal for longer than voltage or line power interruption.
[Power Loss Time]. Enable/
Disable with [Fault Config 1] on
page 3-29.
One or more of the output
1. Check for damaged output
transistors were operating in the
transistors.
active region instead of
2. Replace drive.
desaturation. This can be caused
by excessive transistor current or
insufficient base drive voltage.
The checksum read from the
Clear the fault or cycle power to the
EEPROM does not match the
drive.
checksum calculated from the
EEPROM data.
The checksum read from the
1. Cycle power to the drive.
board does not match the
2. If problem persists, replace drive.
checksum calculated.
Main Control Board was replaced 1. Restore defaults.
and parameters were not
2. Reprogram parameters.
programmed.
Troubleshooting
Fault
Shear Pin
No.
63
SW OverCurrent
36
Type(1)
4-6
➂
➀
Trnsistr OvrTemp 9
➀
UnderVoltage
➀
➂
4
UserSet1 Chksum 101
UserSet2 Chksum 102
UserSet3 Chksum 103
(1)
➁
➁
➁
Description
Programmed [Current Lmt Val]
has been exceeded. Enable/
Disable with [Fault Config 1] on
page 3-29.
Drive output current has
exceeded the 1ms current rating.
This rating is greater than the 3
second current rating and less
than the hardware overcurrent
fault level. It is typically
200-250% of the drive
continuous rating.
Output transistors have
exceeded their maximum
operating temperature.
DC bus voltage fell below the
minimum value of 509V DC at
600V input, 407V DC at 400/
480V input or 204V DC at 200/
240V input. Enable/Disable with
[Fault Config 1] on page 3-29.
The checksum read from the
user set does not match the
checksum calculated.
See page 4-1 for a description of fault types.
Action
Check load requirements and
[Current Lmt Val] setting.
Check for excess load, improper DC
boost setting. DC brake volts set too
high.
1. Verify that maximum ambient
temperature has not been
exceeded.
2. Check fan.
3. Check for excessive load.
Monitor the incoming AC line for low
voltage or power interruption.
Re-save user set.
Troubleshooting
4-7
Table 4.B Fault Cross Reference
No.(1)
2
3
4
5
7
8
9
12
13
24
25
29
33
(1)
Fault
Auxiliary Input
Power Loss
UnderVoltage
OverVoltage
Motor Overload
Heatsink OvrTemp
Trnsistr OvrTemp
HW OverCurrent
Ground Fault
Decel Inhibit
OverSpeed Limit
Analog In Loss
Auto Rstrt Tries
No. (1)
36
38
39
40
41
42
43
48
63
64
70
71-75
77
Fault
SW OverCurrent
Phase U to Grnd
Phase V to Grnd
Phase W to Grnd
Phase UV Short
Phase UW Short
Phase VW Short
Params Defaulted
Shear Pin
Drive Overload
Power Unit
Port 1-5 Adapter
IR Volts Range
No. (1)
78
79
80
81-85
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
Fault
FluxAmpsRef Rang
Excessive Load
AutoTune Aborted
Port 1-5 DPI Loss
Parameter Chksum
UserSet1 Chksum
UserSet2 Chksum
UserSet3 Chksum
Pwr Brd Chksum1
Pwr Brd Chksum2
Incompat MCB-PB
Replaced MCB-PB
Anlg Cal Chksum
Fault numbers not listed are reserved for future use.
Clearing Alarms
Alarms are automatically cleared when the condition that caused the
alarm is no longer present.
Alarm Descriptions
Alarm
Analog In Loss
Type(1)
Table 4.C Alarm Descriptions and Actions
➀
Bipolar Conflict
➁
Decel Inhibit
➀
Description
An analog input is configured for “Alarm” on signal loss and signal loss has
occurred.
Parameter 190 [Direction Mode] is set to “Bipolar” or “Reverse Dis” and one or
more of the following digital input functions is configured:
“Fwd/Reverse”, “Run Forward”, “Run Reverse”, “Jog Forward”, or “Jog
Reverse”.
Drive is being inhibited from decelerating.
Troubleshooting
Alarm
Dig In ConflictA
Type(1)
4-8
➁
Description
Digital input functions are in conflict. Combinations marked with a “ ” will
cause an alarm.
Acc2/Dec2 Accel 2
Decel 2
Jog
Jog Fwd Jog Rev Fwd/Rev
Acc2 / Dec2
Accel 2
Decel 2
Jog
Jog Fwd
Jog Rev
Fwd / Rev
Dig In ConflictB
➁
A digital Start input has been configured without a Stop input or other
functions are in conflict. Combinations that conflict are marked with a “ ” and
will cause an alarm.
Fwd/
Start Stop–CF Run Run Fwd Run Rev Jog Jog Fwd Jog Rev Rev
Start
Stop–CF
Run
Run Fwd
Run Rev
Jog
Jog Fwd
Jog Rev
Fwd /
Rev
Dig In ConflictC
➁
More than one physical input has been configured to the same input function.
Multiple configurations are not allowed for the following input functions.
Forward/Reverse
Speed Select 1
Speed Select 2
Speed Select 3
Run Forward
Drive OL Level 1
➀
Drive OL Level 2
➀
FluxAmpsRef
Rang
IntDBRes
OvrHeat
IR Volts Range
➁
➀
➁
Run Reverse
Jog Forward
Jog Reverse
Run
Stop Mode B
Bus Regulation Mode B
Acc2 / Dec2
Accel 2
Decel 2
The calculated IGBT temperature requires a reduction in PWM frequency. If
[Drive OL Mode] is disabled and the load is not reduced, an overload fault will
eventually occur.
The calculated IGBT temperature requires a reduction in Current Limit. If
[Drive OL Mode] is disabled and the load is not reduced, an overload fault will
eventually occur.
The calculated or measured Flux Amps value is not within the expected
range. Verify motor data and rerun motor tests.
The drive has temporarily disabled the DB regulator because the resistor
temperature has exceeded a predetermined value.
The drive auto tuning default is “Calculate” and the value calculated for IR
Drop Volts is not in the range of acceptable values. This alarm should clear
when all motor nameplate data is properly entered.
Alarm
MaxFreq Conflict
Type(1)
Troubleshooting
➁
Motor Type Cflct
➁
NP Hz Conflict
➁
Power Loss
➀
➀
➁
➀
Prechrg Active
Speed Ref Cflct
Start At PowerUp
UnderVoltage
VHz Neg Slope
(1)
➀
➁
4-9
Description
The sum of [Maximum Speed] and [Overspeed Limit] exceeds [Maximum
Freq]. Raise [Maximum Freq] or lower [Maximum Speed]
and/or [Overspeed Limit] so that the sum is less than or equal to
[Maximum Freq].
[Motor Type] has been set to “Synchr Reluc” or “Synchr PM” and one or more
of the following exist:
• [Torque Perf Mode] = “Sensrls Vect,” “SV Economize” or “Fan/Pmp V/Hz.”
• [Flux Up Time] is greater than 0.0 Secs.
• [Speed Mode] is set to “Slip Comp.”
• [Autotune] = “Static Tune” or “Rotate Tune.”
Fan/pump mode is selected in [Torq Perf Mode] and the ratio of [Motor NP
Hertz] to [Maximum Freq] is greater than 26.
Drive has sensed a power line loss.
Drive is in the initial DC bus precharge state.
[Speed Ref x Sel] or [PI Reference Sel] is set to “Reserved”.
[Start At PowerUp] is enabled. Drive may start at any time within 10 seconds
of drive powerup.
The bus voltage has dropped below a predetermined value.
[Torq Perf Mode] = “Custom V/Hz” and the V/Hz slope is negative.
See page 4-1 for a description of alarm types.
Table 4.D Alarm Cross Reference
No. (1)
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
(1)
Alarm
Precharge Active
UnderVoltage
Power Loss
Start At PowerUp
Analog in Loss
IntDBRes OvrHeat
Drive OL Level 1
No. (1)
9
10
17
18
19
20
21
Alarm
Drive OL Level 2
Decel Inhibt
Dig In ConflictA
Dig In ConflictB
Dig In ConflictC
Bipolar Conflict
Motor Type Cflct
Alarm numbers not listed are reserved for future use.
No. (1)
22
23
24
25
26
27
Alarm
NP Hz Conflict
MaxFreq Conflict
VHz Neg Slope
IR Volts Range
FluxAmpsRef Rang
Speed Ref Cflct
4-10
Troubleshooting
Testpoint Codes and Functions
Code Selected in
[Testpoint x Sel]
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11-99
(1)
Function Whose Value is Displayed
in [Testpoint x Data]
DPI Error Status
Heatsink Temperature
Active Current Limit
Active PWM Frequency
Lifetime MegaWatt Hours(1)
Lifetime Run Time
Lifetime Powered Up Time
Lifetime Power Cycles
Life MegaWatt Hours Fraction(1)
Life MegaWatt Hours Fraction Units(1)
Reserved for Factory Use
Use the equation below to calculate total Lifetime MegaWatt Hours.
Value of Code 9
 --------------------------------× 0.1 + Value of Code 5 = Total Lifetime MegaWatt Hours
 Value of Code 10

Common Symptoms and Corrective Actions
Drive does not Start from Start or Run Inputs wired to the terminal block.
Cause(s)
Drive is Faulted
Indication
Flashing red
status light
Incorrect input wiring.
See page 1-15 for wiring examples.
• 2 wire control requires Run, Run
Forward, Run Reverse or Jog
input.
• 3 wire control requires Start and
Stop inputs
• Jumper from terminal 7 to 8 is
required.
Incorrect digital input programming.
• Mutually exclusive choices have
been made (i.e., Jog and Jog
Forward).
• 2 wire and 3 wire programming
may be conflicting.
• Exclusive functions (i.e,
direction control) may have
multiple inputs configured.
• Stop is factory default and is not
wired.
None
None
Flashing
yellow status
light and
“DigIn CflctB”
indication on
LCD HIM.
[Drive Status
2] shows type
2 alarm(s).
Corrective Action
Clear fault.
• Press Stop
• Cycle power
• Set [Fault Clear] to 1 (See page 3-29)
• “Clear Faults” on the HIM Diagnostic menu
Wire inputs correctly and/or install jumper.
Program [Digital Inx Sel] for correct inputs. (See
page 3-37)
Start or Run programming may be missing.
Program [Digital Inx Sel] to resolve conflicts.
(See page 3-37)
Remove multiple selections for the same
function.
Install stop button to apply a signal at stop
terminal.
Troubleshooting
4-11
Drive does not Start from HIM.
Cause(s)
Indication
Drive is programmed for 2 wire
None
control. HIM Start button is disabled
for 2 wire control.
Corrective Action
If 2 wire control is required, no action is
necessary.
If 3 wire control is required, program [Digital Inx
Sel] for correct inputs. (See page 3-37)
Drive does not respond to changes in speed command.
Cause(s)
Indication
Corrective Action
No value is coming from the source LCD HIM
1. If the source is an analog input, check wiring
of the command.
Status Line
and use a meter to check for presence of
indicates “At
signal.
Speed” and 2. Check [Commanded Freq] for correct
output is 0 Hz.
source. (Param #002, page 3-8)
Incorrect reference source has
None
3. Check [Speed Ref Source] for the source of
been programmed.
the speed reference. (Param #213, page
3-26)
4. Reprogram [Speed Ref A Sel] for correct
source.
(Param #090, page 3-14)
Incorrect Reference source is being None
5. Check [Drive Status 1], bits 12 and 13 for
selected via remote device or digital
unexpected source selections. (Param #209,
inputs.
page 3-25)
6. Check [Dig In Status] to see if inputs are
selecting an alternate source. (Param #216,
page 3-27)
7. Reprogram digital inputs to correct “Speed
Sel x” option.
(See page 3-37)
Motor and/or drive will not accelerate to commanded speed.
Cause(s)
Acceleration time is excessive.
Indication
None
Excess load or short acceleration
times force the drive into current
limit, slowing or stopping
acceleration.
None
Speed command source or value is None
not as expected.
Programming is preventing the
None
drive output from exceeding limiting
values.
Corrective Action
Reprogram [Accel Time x].
(See page 3-18)
Check [Drive Status 2], bit 10 to see if the drive
is in Current Limit.
(See page 3-25)
Remove excess load or reprogram [Accel Time
x].
(See page 3-18)
Check for the proper Speed Command using
Steps 1 through 7 above.
Check [Maximum Speed] (Param #082, page
3-12) and [Maximum Freq] (Param #055, page
3-10) to assure that speed is not limited by
programming.
4-12
Troubleshooting
Motor operation is unstable.
Cause(s)
Indication
Motor data was incorrectly entered None
or Autotune was not performed.
Corrective Action
1. Correctly enter motor nameplate data.
2. Perform “Static” or “Rotate” Autotune
procedure.
(Param #061, page 3-11)
Drive will not reverse motor direction.
Cause(s)
Digital input is not selected for
reversing control.
Digital input is incorrectly wired.
Direction mode parameter is
incorrectly programmed.
Indication
None
None
None
Motor wiring is improperly phased None
for reverse.
A bipolar analog speed command None
input is incorrectly wired or signal is
absent.
Corrective Action
Check [Digital Inx Sel] (See page 3-37). Choose
correct input and program for reversing mode.
Check input wiring. (See page 1-14)
Reprogram [Direction Mode] for analog “Bipolar”
or digital “Unipolar” control. (Param #190, page
3-23)
Switch two motor leads.
1. Use meter to check that an analog input
voltage is present.
2. Check wiring. (See page 1-15)
Positive voltage commands forward direction.
Negative voltage commands reverse direction.
Stopping the drive results in a Decel Inhibit fault.
Cause(s)
The bus regulation feature is
enabled and is halting deceleration
due to excessive bus voltage.
Excess bus voltage is normally due
to excessive regenerated energy or
unstable AC line input voltages.
Internal timer has halted drive
operation.
Indication
Decel Inhibit
fault screen.
LCD Status
Line indicates
“Faulted”.
Corrective Action
1. See Attention statement on Preface-4.
2. Reprogram bus regulation (parameters 161
and 162) to eliminate any “Adjust Freq”
selection.
3. Disable bus regulation (parameters 161 and
162) and add a dynamic brake.
4. Correct AC input line instability or add an
isolation transformer.
5. Reset drive.
Appendix A
Supplemental Drive Information
For information on…
Specifications
Communication Configurations
Dimensions
Output Devices
Drive, Fuse & Circuit Breaker Ratings
See page…
A-1
A-3
A-6
A-11
A-11
Specifications
Category
Protection
Specification
Drive
AC Input Overvoltage Trip:
AC Input Undervoltage Trip:
Bus Overvoltage Trip:
Bus Undervoltage Output Shutoff:
Bus Undervoltage Fault Level:
Nominal Bus Voltage:
All Drives
Heat Sink Thermistor:
Drive Overcurrent Trip
Software Current Limit:
Hardware Current Limit:
Instantaneous Current Limit:
Line transients:
Control Logic Noise Immunity:
Power Ride-Thru:
Logic Control Ride-Thru:
Ground Fault Trip:
Short Circuit Trip:
Environment Altitude:
Maximum Surrounding Air
Temperature without derating:
Open Type, IP20, NEMA
Type 1 and Flange Mount:
IP66 and NEMA Type 4X/12:
Storage Temperature (all const.):
Atmosphere
Relative Humidity:
Shock:
Vibration:
200-208V
247VAC
120VAC
405VDC
300VDC
160VDC
281VDC
240V
285VAC
138VAC
405VDC
300VDC
160VDC
324VDC
380/400
475VAC
233VAC
810VDC
407V DC
300VDC
540VDC
480V
570VAC
280VAC
810VDC
407V DC
300VDC
648VDC
600V
690V
690VAC
345VAC
1013VDC
508V DC
375VDC
810VDC
Monitored by microprocessor overtemp trip
20-160% of rated current
200% of rated current (typical)
220-300% of rated current (dependent on drive rating)
up to 6000 volts peak per IEEE C62.41-1991
Showering arc transients up to 1500V peak
15 milliseconds at full load
0.5 seconds minimum, 2 seconds typical
Phase-to-ground on drive output
Phase-to-phase on drive output
1000 m (3300 ft) max. without derating
0 to 50 degrees C (32 to 122 degrees F)
0 to 40 degrees C (32 to 104 degrees F)
–40 to 70 degrees C (–40 to 158 degrees F)
Important: Drive must not be installed in an area where the
ambient atmosphere contains volatile or corrosive gas, vapors or
dust. If the drive is not going to be installed for a period of time, it
must be stored in an area where it will not be exposed to a
corrosive atmosphere.
5 to 95% non-condensing
15G peak for 11ms duration (±1.0 ms)
0.152 mm (0.006 in.) displacement, 1G peak
A-2
Supplemental Drive Information
Category
Specification
Type
Agency
Certification Type 1, Flange 4X/12,
IP66
IP30
Type
✔
✔
✔
C
Electrical
Control
(1)
UL
®
Listed to UL508C and CAN/CSA-C2.2 No. 14-M91
US
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
Listed to UL508C for plenums (Rear heatsink only)
Marked for all applicable European Directives (1)
EMC Directive (89/336/EEC)
EN 61800-3 Adjustable Speed electrical power drive
systems
Low Voltage Directive (73/23/EEC)
EN 50178 Electronic Equipment for use in Power
Installations
Certified to AS/NZS, 1997 Group 1, Class A
✔
Certified to Criteria C-2, 1983.
The drive is also designed to meet the appropriate portions of the following specifications:
NFPA 70 - US National Electrical Code
NEMA ICS 3.1 - Safety standards for Construction and Guide for Selection, Installation and
Operation of Adjustable Speed Drive Systems.
IEC 146 - International Electrical Code.
Voltage Tolerance:
See page C-12 for Full Power and Operating Range.
Frequency Tolerance:
47-63 Hz.
Input Phases:
Three-phase input provides full rating for all drives.
Single-phase operation provides 50% of rated current.
Displacement Power Factor
0.98 across speed range.
Efficiency:
97.5% at rated amps, nominal line volts.
Maximum Short Circuit Rating:
200,000 Amps symmetrical.
Actual Short Circuit Rating:
Determined by AIC rating of installed fuse/circuit breaker.
Method:
Sine coded PWM with programmable carrier frequency.
Ratings apply to all drives. The drive can be supplied as 6
pulse or 12 pulse in a configured package.
Carrier Frequency
2, 4, 8 & 10 kHz. Drive rating based on 4 kHz
Output Voltage Range:
0 to rated motor voltage
Output Frequency Range:
0 to 400 Hz.
Frequency Accuracy
Digital Input:
Within ±0.01% of set output frequency.
Analog Input:
Within ±0.4% of maximum output frequency.
Speed Regulation - Open Loop with ±0.5% of base speed across a 40:1 speed range.
Slip Compensation:
Selectable Motor Control:
Sensorless Vector with full tuning. Standard V/Hz with full
custom capability and vector control.
Stop Modes:
Multiple programmable stop modes including - Ramp, Coast,
DC-Brake, Ramp-to-Hold and S-curve.
Accel/Decel:
Two independently programmable accel & decel times. Each
time may be programmed from 0-3600 seconds in 0.1 sec.
increments
Intermittent Overload:
110% Overload capability for up to 1 minute
150% Overload capability for up to 3 seconds
Current Limit Capability:
Proactive Current Limit programmable from 20 to 160% of
rated output current. Independently programmable
proportional and integral gain.
Electronic Motor Overload Protection Class 10 protection with speed sensitive response.
Investigated by U.L. to comply with N.E.C. Article 430. U.L.
File E59272, volume 12.
Applied noise impulses may be counted in addition to the standard pulse train causing erroneously high [Pulse
Freq] readings.
Supplemental Drive Information
Category
Control
Specification
Method:
Carrier Frequency
Output Voltage Range:
Output Frequency Range:
Frequency Accuracy
Digital Input:
Analog Input:
Speed Regulation - Open Loop with
Slip Compensation:
Selectable Motor Control:
A-3
Sine coded PWM with programmable carrier frequency. Ratings
apply to all drives. The drive can be supplied as 6 pulse or 12
pulse in a configured package.
2, 4, 8 & 10 kHz. Drive rating based on 4 kHz
0 to rated motor voltage
0 to 400 Hz.
Within ±0.01% of set output frequency.
Within ±0.4% of maximum output frequency.
±0.5% of base speed across a 40:1 speed range.
Sensorless Vector with full tuning. Standard V/Hz with full
custom capability and vector control.
Stop Modes:
Multiple programmable stop modes including - Ramp, Coast,
DC-Brake, Ramp-to-Hold and S-curve.
Accel/Decel:
Two independently programmable accel & decel times. Each
time may be programmed from 0-3600 seconds in 0.1 sec.
increments
Intermittent Overload:
110% Overload capability for up to 1 minute
150% Overload capability for up to 3 seconds
Current Limit Capability:
Proactive Current Limit programmable from 20 to 160% of rated
output current. Independently programmable proportional and
integral gain.
Electronic Motor Overload Protection Class 10 protection with speed sensitive response. Investigated
by U.L. to comply with N.E.C. Article 430. U.L. File E59272,
volume 12.
Communication Configurations
Typical Programmable Controller Configurations
Important: If block transfers are programmed to continuously write
information to the drive, care must be taken to properly
format the block transfer. If attribute 10 is selected for the
block transfer, values will be written only to RAM and will
not be saved by the drive. This is the preferred attribute for
continuous transfers. If attribute 9 is selected, each program
scan will complete a write to the drives non-volatile
memory (EEprom). Since the EEprom has a fixed number
of allowed writes, continuous block transfers will quickly
damage the EEprom. Do Not assign attribute 9 to
continuous block transfers. Refer to the individual
communications adapter User Manual for additional
details.
A-4
Supplemental Drive Information
Logic Command/Status Words
Figure A.1 Logic Command Word
Logic Bits
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Command Description
0 = Not Stop
x Stop (1)
1 = Stop
x
Start (1) (2) 0 = Not Start
1 = Start
x
Jog
0 = Not Jog
1 = Jog
x
Clear
0 = Not Clear Faults
Faults
1 = Clear Faults
x x
Direction 00 = No Command
01 = Forward Command
10 = Reverse Command
11 = Hold Present Direction
x
Local
0 = No Local Control
Control
1 = Local Control
x
MOP
0 = Not Increment
Increment 1 = Increment
x x
Accel Rate 00 = No Command
01 = Use Accel Time 1
10 = Use Accel Time 2
11 = Use Present Time
x x
Decel Rate 00 = No Command
01 = Use Decel Time 1
10 = Use Decel Time 2
11 = Use Present Time
x x x
Reference 000 = No Command
Select (3) 001 = Ref. 1 (Ref A Select)
010 = Ref. 2 (Ref B Select)
011 = Ref. 3 (Preset 3)
100 = Ref. 4 (Preset 4)
101 = Ref. 5 (Preset 5)
110 = Ref. 6 (Preset 6)
111 = Ref. 7 (Preset 7)
x
MOP
0 = Not Decrement
Decrement 1 = Decrement
(1)
A “0 = Not Stop” condition (logic 0) must first be present before a “1 = Start” condition will
start the drive. The Start command acts as a momentary Start command. A “1” will start the
drive, but returning to “0” will not stop the drive.
(2)
This Start will not function if a digital input (parameters 361-366) is programmed for 2-Wire
Control (option 7, 8 or 9).
(3)
This Reference Select will not function if a digital input (parameters 361-366) is programmed
for “Speed Sel 1, 2 or 3” (option 15, 16 or 17). Note that Reference Selection is “Exclusive
Ownership” see [Reference Owner] on page 3-33.
Supplemental Drive Information
Figure A.2 Logic Status Word
Logic Bits
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Status
x Ready
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
(1)
x
x
x
x
x
Description
0 = Not Ready
1 = Ready
Active
0 = Not Active
1 = Active
Command 0 = Reverse
Direction 1 = Forward
Actual
0 = Reverse
Direction 1 = Forward
Accel
0 = Not Accelerating
1 = Accelerating
Decel
0 = Not Decelerating
1 = Decelerating
Alarm
0 = No Alarm
1 = Alarm
Fault
0 = No Fault
1 = Fault
At Speed 0 = Not At Reference
1 = At Reference
000 = Port 0 (TB)
Local
Control (1) 001 = Port 1
010 = Port 2
011 = Port 3
100 = Port 4
101 = Port 5
110 = Port 6
111 = No Local
Reference 0000 = Ref A Auto
Source
0001 = Ref B Auto
0010 = Preset 2 Auto
0011 = Preset 3 Auto
0100 = Preset 4 Auto
0101 = Preset 5 Auto
0110 = Preset 6 Auto
0111 = Preset 7 Auto
1000 = Term Blk Manual
1001 = DPI 1 Manual
1010 = DPI 2 Manual
1011 = DPI 3 Manual
1100 = DPI 4 Manual
1101 = DPI 5 Manual
1110 = DPI 6 Manual
1111 = Jog Ref
See “Owners” on page 3-33 for further information.
A-5
A-6
Supplemental Drive Information
Dimensions
Table A.A PowerFlex 70 Frames
Output Power
kW
ND (HD)
0.37 (0.25)
0.75 (0.55)
1.5 (1.1)
2.2 (1.5)
4 (3)
5.5 (4)
7.5 (5.5)
11 (7.5)
15 (11)
HP
ND (HD)
0.5 (0.33)
1 (0.75)
2 (1.5)
3 (2)
5 (3)
7.5 (5)
10 (7.5)
15 (10)
20 (15)
Frame Size
208-240V AC Input
Not
IP66
Filtered Filtered (4X/12)
A
B
B
A
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
–
C
D
–
D
D
–
D
D
–
–
–
–
–
–
400-480V AC Input
Not
IP66
Filtered Filtered (4X/12)
A
B
B
A
B
B
A
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
–
C
D
–
C
D
–
D
D
–
D
D
600V AC Input
Not
Filtered Filtered
A
–
A
–
A
–
B
–
B
–
C
–
C
–
D
–
D
–
IP66
(4X/12)
B
B
B
B
B
D
D
D
D
Figure A.3 PowerFlex 70 Frames A-D
IP20/66 (NEMA Type 1/4X/12)
A
D
Flange Mount
C
A
C
E
B
B
5.8
(0.23)
123.0
(4.84)
55.6
(2.19)
Frame
(see Table A.A)
Dimensions are in millimeters and (inches).
A
IP20 / NEMA Type 1
A
122.4 (4.82)
B
171.7 (6.76)
C
185.0 (7.28)
D
219.9 (8.66)
IP66 / NEMA Type 4X/12
B
171.7 (6.76)
D
219.9 (8.66)
Flange Mount
A
156.0 (6.14)
B
205.2 (8.08)
C
219.0 (8.62)
D
248.4 (9.78)
(1)
B
C
D
E
Weight (1)
kg (lbs.)
225.7 (8.89)
234.6 (9.24)
300.0 (11.81)
350.0 (13.78)
179.8 (7.08)
179.8 (7.08)
179.8 (7.08)
179.8 (7.08)
94.2 (3.71)
122.7 (4.83)
137.6 (5.42)
169.0 (6.65)
211.6 (8.33)
220.2 (8.67)
285.6 (11.25)
335.6 (13.21)
2.71 (6.0)
3.60 (7.9)
6.89 (15.2)
9.00 (19.8)
239.8 (9.44)
350.0 (13.78)
203.3 (8.00)
210.7 (8.29)
122.7 (4.83)
169.0 (6.65)
220.2 (8.67)
335.6 (13.21)
3.61 (8.0)
9.13 (20.1)
225.8 (8.89)
234.6 (9.24)
300.0 (11.81)
350.0 (13.78)
178.6 (7.03)
178.6 (7.03)
178.6 (7.03)
178.6 (7.03)
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
2.71 (6.0)
3.60 (7.9)
6.89 (15.2)
9.00 (19.8)
Weights include HIM and Standard I/O.
Supplemental Drive Information
A-7
Figure A.4 PowerFlex 70 IP20 / NEMA Type 1 Bottom View Dimensions
Frame A
86.4 (3.40)
34.5 (1.36)
23.9 (0.94)
Frame C
112.3 (4.42)
58.4 (2.30)
22.2 (0.87) Dia.
4 Places
47.7 (1.88)
155.2
(6.11)
135.9
(5.35)
163.7
(6.45)
22.2 (0.87) Dia.
4 Places
163.5
(6.44)
155.2
(6.11)
129.8
(5.11)
102.4
(4.03)
129.3
(5.09)
101.3
(3.99)
42.7 (1.68)
36.1 (1.42)
55.4 (2.18)
79.3 (3.12)
85.1 (3.35)
56.1 (2.21)
75.2 (2.96)
94.2 (3.71)
Frame D
Frame B
127.5 (5.02)
43.4 (1.71)
32.8 (1.29)
149.7 (5.89)
22.2 (0.87) Dia.
5 Places
22.2 (0.87) Dia.
2 Places
69.3 (2.73)
58.6 (2.31)
28.5 (1.12) Dia.
2 Places
155.2
(6.11)
163.7
(6.45)
136.7
(5.38)
164.1
(6.46)
155.2
(6.11)
134.7
(5.30)
126.2
(4.97)
101.6
(4.00)
103.2
(4.06)
37.5 (1.48)
55.6 (2.19)
64.0 (2.52)
93.0 (3.66)
121.0 (4.76)
75.5 (2.97)
85.7 (3.37)
113.5 (4.47)
123.8 (4.87)
Figure A.5 PowerFlex 70 IP 66 (NEMA Type 4X/12) Bottom View Dimensions
Frame D
Frame B
28.3
(1.11)
22.1
(0.87)
140.5
(5.53)
138.6
(5.46)
138.2
(5.44)
102.9
(4.05)
99.6
(3.92)
55.2 (2.17)
77.3 (3.04)
99.6 (3.92)
115.9 (4.56)
Dimensions are in millimeters and (inches).
31.0 (1.22)
49.1 (1.93)
75.5 (2.97)
102.0 (4.02)
120.1 (4.73)
28.3
(1.11)
22.1
(0.87)
A-8
Supplemental Drive Information
Figure A.6 PowerFlex 70 Flange Mount Bottom View Dimensions
Frame A
103.2 (4.06)
51.3 (2.02)
40.7 (1.60)
Frame C
129.3 (5.09)
75.4 (2.97)
22.2 (0.87) Dia.
4 Places
64.7 (2.55)
95.9
(3.78)
94.6
(3.72)
104.4
(4.11)
76.6
(3.02)
22.2 (0.87) Dia.
4 Places
102.9
(4.05)
68.7
(2.70)
70.5
(2.78)
40.6
(1.60)
43.2
(1.70)
53.1 (2.09)
59.6 (2.35)
72.4 (2.85)
96.1 (3.78)
101.9 (4.01)
73.0 (2.87)
92.2 (3.63)
111.2 (4.38)
Frame D
Frame B
144.4 (5.69)
60.3 (2.37)
49.7 (1.96)
22.2 (0.87) Dia.
5 Places
164.1 (6.46)
22.2 (0.87) Dia.
2 Places
95.0
(3.74)
76.6
(3.02)
65.9
(2.59)
103.5
(4.07)
41.4
(1.63)
70.9 (2.79)
92.4 (3.64)
102.7 (4.04)
130.5 (5.14)
140.6 (5.54)
Dimensions are in millimeters and (inches).
83.7 (3.30)
73.0 (2.87)
94.6
(3.27)
74.1
(2.92)
42.3
(1.67)
28.5 (1.12) Dia.
2 Places
103.5
(4.07)
51.9 (2.04)
78.3 (3.08)
107.3 (4.22)
135.5 (5.33)
Supplemental Drive Information
Figure A.7 PowerFlex 70 Cutout Dimensions
Frame A
156,0
(6.14)
140,7
(5.54)
70,7
(2.78)
6,9
(0.27)
127,0
(5.00)
225,8
(8.89)
210,6
(8.29)
197.9
(7.80)
105,3
(4.15)
8x: ∅3,5
(∅0.14)
4x: 3,0R
(0.12R)
5.0
(0.20)
58,8
(2.31)
Frame B
205,2
(8.08)
6,9
(0.27)
190,0
(7.48)
95,0
(3.74)
176,3
(6.94)
234,6
219,3 (9.24)
(8.63)
205,5
(8.09)
109,7
(4.32)
8x: ∅3,5
(∅0.14)
4x: 3,0R
(0.12R)
6,9
(0.27)
58,8
(2.31)
A-9
A-10
Supplemental Drive Information
Frame C
219,0
(8.62)
202,0
(7.95)
101,0
(3.98)
6,3
(0.25)
300,0
(11.81)
189,4
(7.46)
283,0
(11.14)
272,3
(10.72)
241,5
(9.51)
141,5
(5.57)
41,5
(1.63)
12x: ∅3,5
(∅0.14)
4x: 3,0R
(0.12R)
5,1
(0.20)
58,8
(2.31)
Frame D
248,4
(9.78)
231,4
(9.11)
4,5
(0.18)
40,7
(1.60)
190,7
(7.51)
115,7
(4.56)
350,0
(13.78)
222,4
(8.76)
333,0
(13.11)
321,4
(12.65)
271,5
(10.69)
201,5
(7.93)
131,5
(5.18)
61,5
(2.42)
14x: ∅3,5
(∅0.14)
4x: 3,0R
(0.12R)
4,5
(0.18)
58,8
(2.31)
Supplemental Drive Information
A-11
Output Devices
For information on output devices such as output contactors, cable
terminators and output reactors refer to the PowerFlex Reference Manual.
Drive, Fuse & Circuit Breaker Ratings
The tables on the following pages provide drive ratings (including
continuous, 1 minute and 3 second) and recommended AC line input fuse
and circuit breaker information. Both types of short circuit protection are
acceptable for UL and IEC requirements. Sizes listed are the
recommended sizes based on 40 degree C and the U.S. N.E.C. Other
country, state or local codes may require different ratings.
Fusing
If fuses are chosen as the desired protection method, refer to the
recommended types listed below. If available amp ratings do not match
the tables provided, the closest fuse rating that exceeds the drive rating
should be chosen.
• IEC – BS88 (British Standard) Parts 1 & 2 (1), EN60269-1, Parts 1 &
2, type gG or equivalent should be used.
• UL – UL Class CC, T, RK1 or J must be used.
Circuit Breakers
The “non-fuse” listings in the following tables include both circuit
breakers (inverse time or instantaneous trip) and 140M Self-Protecting
Motor Starters. If one of these is chosen as the desired protection
method, the following requirements apply.
•
IEC and UL – Both types of devices are acceptable for IEC and UL
installations.
(1)
Typical designations include, but may not be limited to the following; Parts 1 & 2: AC,
AD, BC, BD, CD, DD, ED, EFS, EF, FF, FG, GF, GG, GH.
A-12
Dual
Input
Element Time Non-Time
Circuit
Ratings
Output Amps
Delay Fuse
Delay Fuse
Breaker (4)
Amps kVA Cont. 1 Min. 3 Sec. Min. (2) Max. (3) Min. (2) Max. (3) Max.(5)
Motor
Circuit
Protector (6) 140M Motor Starter with Adjustable Current Range (7) (8)
Max.(5)
Available Catalog Numbers (9)
0.33
0.75
1.5
2
3
5
7.5
2.9
5.6
10
14
16
23.3
29.8
1.1
2
3.6
5.1
5.8
8.3
10.7
2.5
4.8
7.8
11
17.5
25.3
32.2
2.7
5.5
10.3
12.1
19.2
27.8
37.9
3.7
7.4
13.8
16.5
26.6
37.9
50.6
6
10
15
20
20
30
40
6
10
15
25
35
50
70
6
10
15
20
20
30
40
10
17.5
30
40
70
100
125
15
15
30
40
70
100
125
7
7
15
30
30
30
50
140M-C2E-B40
140M-C2E-B63
140M-C2E-C10
140M-C2E-C16
140M-C2E-C20
140M-C2E-C25
–
140M-D8E-B40
140M-D8E-B63
140M-D8E-C10
140M-D8E-C16
140M-D8E-C20
140M-D8E-C25
–
–
–
140M-F8E-C10
140M-F8E-C16
140M-F8E-C20
140M-F8E-C25
140M-F8E-C32
–
–
–
–
–
140M-CMN-2500
140M-CMN-4000
0.33
0.75
1.5
2
3
5
7.5
2.5
4.8
8.7
12.2
13.9
19.9
25.7
1.1
2
3.6
5.1
5.8
8.3
10.7
2.2
4.2
6.8
9.6
15.3
22
28
2.4
4.8
9
10.6
17.4
24.4
33
3.3
6.4
12
14.4
23.2
33
44
3
6
15
20
20
25
35
4.5
9
15
20
30
45
60
3
6
15
20
20
25
35
8
15
25
35
60
80
110
15
15
25
35
60
80
110
3
7
15
15
30
30
50
140M-C2E-B25
140M-C2E-B63
140M-C2E-C10
140M-C2E-C16
140M-C2E-C16
140M-C2E-C20
–
140M-D8E-B25
140M-D8E-B63
140M-D8E-C10
140M-D8E-C16
140M-D8E-C16
140M-D8E-C20
–
–
–
140M-F8E-C10
140M-F8E-C16
140M-F8E-C16
140M-F8E-C20
140M-F8E-C32
–
–
–
–
–
–
140M-CMN-4000
HP
Rating
ND HD
208 Volt AC Input
20AB2P2
20AB4P2
20AB6P8
20AB9P6
20AB015
20AB022
20AB028
A
A
B
B
C
D
D
0.5
1
2
3
5
7.5
10
240 Volt AC Input
20AB2P2
20AB4P2
20AB6P8
20AB9P6
20AB015
20AB022
20AB028
A
A
B
B
C
D
D
0.5
1
2
3
5
7.5
10
See page A-14 for Notes.
Supplemental Drive Information
Drive
Catalog
Number
Frame(1)
Table A.B 208/240 Volt AC Input Protection Devices
Drive
Catalog
Number
Frame(1)
Table A.C 400/480 Volt AC Input Protection Devices
kW (400V)
HP (480V) Input
Rating
Ratings
Output Amps
ND HD Amps kVA Cont. 1 Min. 3 Sec.
Dual
Element Time Non-Time
Circuit
Delay Fuse
Delay Fuse
Breaker (4)
Min. (2) Max. (3) Min. (2) Max. (3) Max.(5)
Motor
Circuit
Protector (6) 140M Motor Starter with Adjustable Current Range (7) (8)
Max.(5)
Available Catalog Numbers (9)
400 Volt AC Input
20AC1P3
20AC2P1
20AC3P5
20AC5P0
20AC8P7
20AC011
20AC015
20AC022
20AC030
A
A
A
B
B
C
C
D
D
0.37
0.75
1.5
2.2
4
5.5
7.5
11
15
0.25
0.55
1.1
1.5
3
4
5.5
7.5
11
1.6
2.5
4.3
6.5
11.3
11
15.1
21.9
30.3
1.1
1.8
3
4.5
7.8
7.6
10.4
15.2
21
1.3
2.1
3.5
5
8.7
11.5
15.4
22
30
1.4
2.4
4.5
5.5
9.9
13
17.2
24.2
33
1.9
3.2
6
7.5
13.2
17.4
23.1
33
45
3
4
6
10
15
15
20
30
40
3
6
6
10
17.5
25
30
45
60
3
4
6
10
15
15
20
30
40
5
8
12
20
30
45
60
80
120
15
15
15
20
30
40
60
80
120
3
7
7
15
15
15
20
30
50
140M-C2E-B16
140M-C2E-B25
140M-C2E-B40
140M-C2E-C10
140M-C2E-C16
140M-C2E-C16
140M-C2E-C16
140M-C2E-C25
–
–
140M-D8E-B25
140M-D8E-B40
140M-D8E-C10
140M-D8E-C16
140M-D8E-C16
140M-D8E-C16
140M-D8E-C25
–
–
–
–
140M-F8E-C10
140M-F8E-C16
140M-F8E-C16
140M-F8E-C16
140M-F8E-C25
140M-F8E-C32
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
140M-CMN-2500
140M-CMN-4000
0.33
0.75
1.5
2
3
5
7.5
10
15
1.3
2.4
3.8
5.6
9.8
9.5
12.5
19.9
24.8
1.1
2
3.2
4.7
8.4
7.9
10.4
16.6
20.6
1.1
2.1
3.4
5
8
11
14
22
27
1.2
2.4
4.5
5.5
8.8
12.1
16.5
24.2
33
1.6
3.2
6
7.5
12
16.5
22
33
44
3
3
6
10
15
15
20
25
35
3
6
6
10
15
20
30
45
60
3
3
6
10
15
15
20
25
35
4
8
12
20
30
40
50
80
100
15
15
15
20
30
40
50
80
100
3
3
7
15
15
15
20
30
50
140M-C2E-B16
140M-C2E-B25
140M-C2E-B40
140M-C2E-C63
140M-C2E-C10
140M-C2E-C16
140M-C2E-C16
140M-C2E-C20
–
–
140M-D8E-B25
140M-D8E-B40
140M-D8E-B63
140M-D8E-C10
140M-D8E-C16
140M-D8E-C16
140M-D8E-C20
–
–
–
–
–
140M-F8E-C10
140M-F8E-C16
140M-F8E-C16
140M-F8E-C20
140M-F8E-C25
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
140M-CMN-2500
480 Volt AC Input
A
A
A
B
B
C
C
D
D
0.5
1
2
3
5
7.5
10
15
20
See page A-14 for Notes.
Supplemental Drive Information
20AD1P1
20AD2P1
20AD3P4
20AD5P0
20AD8P0
20AD011
20AD014
20AD022
20AD027
A-13
A-14
Dual
HP
Input
Element Time Non-Time
Circuit
Rating
Ratings
Output Amps
Delay Fuse
Delay Fuse
Breaker (4)
ND HD Amps kVA Cont. 1 Min. 3 Sec. Min. (2) Max. (3) Min. (2) Max. (3) Max.(5)
Motor
Circuit
Protector (6) 140M Motor Starter with Adjustable Current Range (7) (8)
Max.(5)
Available Catalog Numbers (9)
600 Volt AC Input
20AE0P9
20AE1P7
20AE2P7
20AE3P9
20AE6P1
20AE9P0
20AE011
20AE017
20AE022
A
A
A
B
B
C
C
D
D
0.5
1
2
3
5
7.5
10
15
20
0.33
0.75
1.5
2
3
5
7.5
10
15
1.3
1.9
3
4.4
7.5
7.7
9.8
15.3
20
1.3
2
3.1
4.5
7.8
8
10.1
15.9
20.8
0.9
1.7
2.7
3.9
6.1
9
11
17
22
1.1
2
3.6
4.3
6.7
9.9
13.5
18.7
25.5
1.4
2.6
4.8
5.9
9.2
13.5
18
25.5
34
3
3
4
6
10
10
15
20
25
3
6
6
8
12
20
20
35
45
3
3
4
6
10
10
15
20
25
3.5
6
10
15
20
35
40
60
80
15
15
15
15
20
35
40
60
80
3
3
7
7
15
15
15
30
30
140M-C2E-B16
140M-C2E-B25
140M-C2E-B40
140M-C2E-C63
140M-C2E-C10
140M-C2E-C10
140M-C2E-C16
140M-C2E-C20
140M-C2E-C25
–
140M-D8E-B25
140M-D8E-B40
140M-D8E-B63
140M-D8E-C10
140M-D8E-C10
140M-D8E-C16
140M-D8E-C20
140M-D8E-C25
–
–
–
–
140M-F8E-C10
140M-F8E-C10
140M-F8E-C16
140M-F8E-C20
140M-F8E-C25
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
140M-CMN-2500
(1)
For IP 66 (NEMA Type 4X/12) enclosures, drives listed as Frame A increase to Frame B and drives listed as Frame C increase to Frame D.
(2)
Minimum protection device size is the lowest rated device that supplies maximum protection without nuisance tripping.
(3)
Maximum protection device size is the highest rated device that supplies drive protection. For US NEC, minimum size is 125% of motor FLA. Ratings shown are maximum.
(4)
Circuit Breaker - inverse time breaker. For US NEC, minimum size is 125% of motor FLA. Ratings shown are maximum.
(5)
(6)
Maximum allowable rating by US NEC. Exact size must be chosen for each installation.
Motor Circuit Protector - instantaneous trip circuit breaker. For US NEC, minimum size is 125% of motor FLA. Ratings shown are maximum.
(7)
Bulletin 140M with adjustable current range should have the current trip set to the minimum range that the device will not trip.
(8)
Manual Self-Protected (Type E) Combination Motor Controller, UL listed for 208 Wye or Delta, 240 Wye or Delta, 480Y/277 or 600Y/347. Not UL listed for use on 480V or
600V Delta/Delta systems.
(9)
The AIC ratings of the Bulletin 140M Motor Protector may vary. See publication 140M-SG001B-EN-P.
Supplemental Drive Information
Drive
Catalog
Number
Frame(1)
Table A.D 600 Volt AC Input Protection Devices
Appendix B
HIM Overview
For information on…
External and Internal
Connections
LCD Display Elements
See page
B-1
For information on…
Menu Structure
See page
B-3
B-2
B-5
ALT Functions
B-2
Viewing and Editing
Parameters
Removing the HIM
B-2
External and Internal Connections
CTRL BD
GND
UIB CONN
COMM PORT
➍
CONTROL/POWER CONN
➎
CTRL BD
GND
The PowerFlex 70 provides a number of cable connection points
(B Frame shown).
➊
➋
IP 20
(NEMA Type 1)
IP 66
(NEMA Type 4X/12)
1or3
➋
POWER
CONTROL
WIRE
STRIP
2
➋➌
No.
➊
➋
➌
➍
➎
Connector
DPI Port 1
Description
HIM connection when installed in cover.
DPI Port 2
Cable connection for handheld and remote options.
DPI Port 3
Splitter cable connected to DPI Port 2 provides
additional port.
Control / Power Connection Connection between control and power boards.
DPI Port 5
Cable connection for communications adapter.
B-2
HIM Overview
LCD Display Elements
Display
Description
F-> Power Loss
Auto
0.0 Hz
Direction Drive Status Alarm Auto/Man Information
Commanded or Output Frequency
Main Menu:
Diagnostics
Parameter
Device Select
Programming / Monitoring / Troubleshooting
ALT Functions
To use an ALT function, press the ALT key, release it, then press the
programming key associated with one of the following functions:
ALT Key and then …
Esc
Esc
Sel
Sel
ALT
Performs this function …
S.M.A.R.T. Displays the S.M.A.R.T. screen.
HIM Type
LCD only
Log In/Out Log in to change parameter settings.
Log out to protect parameter settings.
Change a password.
View
Allows the selection of how parameters will be
viewed or detailed information about a
parameter or component.
Device
Select a connected adapter for editing.
LED only
LED only
Lang
LCD only
Displays the language selection screen.
Auto / Man Switches between Auto and Manual Modes.
Remove
..
+/–
Exp
Param #
LCD only
LCD and LED
Allows HIM removal without causing a fault if the LCD and LED
HIM is not the last controlling device and does
not have Manual control of the drive.
Allows value to be entered as an exponent.
LCD only
(Not available on PowerFlex 70.)
Allows entry of a parameter number for viewing/ LCD only
editing.
Removing the HIM
The HIM can be removed while the drive is powered. Normally, the
drive issues a fault when the HIM is removed because it detects that a
device is missing.
Important: HIM removal is only permissible in Auto mode. If the HIM
is removed while in Manual mode or the HIM is the only
remaining control device, a fault will occur.
HIM Overview
B-3
Menu Structure
User
Display
Main Menu:
Esc
Diagnostics
Sel
Faults
Status Info
Device Items
Device Version
HIM Version
PowerFlex 70
Product Data
Main Control Board
Power Unit Board
LCD Module Product Data
LCD HIM Control Board
Keyboard – Numeric
Parameter
Param Access Lvl
File-Group-Par
Numbered List
Changed Params
Device Select
Memory Storage
Start-Up
Preferences
ALT
View selected through
Fault Info
View Fault Queue
Clear Faults
Clr Fault Queue
Reset Device
Drive Status 1
Drive Status 2
Drive Alarm 1
Drive Alarm 2
Speed Ref Source
Start Inhibits
Last Stop Source
Dig In Status
Dig Out Status
Drive Temp
Drive OL Count
Motor OL Count
Sel
Basic
Advanced
FGP: File
File 1 Name
File 2 Name
File 3 Name
FGP: Group
Group 1 Name
Group 2 Name
Group 3 Name
FGP: Parameter
Parameter Name
Parameter Name
Parameter Name
PowerFlex 70
Connected DPI Devices
HIM CopyCat
Device User Sets
Reset To Defaults
Continue
Start Over
Value Screen
Drive User Set:
Save To User Set
Load Frm Usr Set
Active User Set
Introduction
Drive Identity
Change Password
User Dspy Lines
User Dspy Time
User Dspy Video
Reset User Dspy
Contrast
Complete Steps:
1. Input Voltage
2. Motor Dat/Ramp
3. Motor Tests
4. Speed Limits
5. Speed Control
6. Strt/Stop/I/O
7. Done/Exit
Press
Press
Esc
Make a selection:
Abort
Backup
Resume
Start-Up Menu
to move between menu items
Press
Press
Device -> HIM
Device <- HIM
Delete HIM Set
to select a menu item
Esc
ALT
to move 1 level back in the menu structure
Sel
to select how to view parameters
B-4
HIM Overview
Diagnostics Menu
When a fault trips the drive, use this menu to access detailed data about
the drive.
Option
Faults
Status Info
Device Version
HIM Version
Description
View fault queue or fault information, clear faults or reset drive.
View parameters that display status information about the drive.
View the firmware version and hardware series of components.
View the firmware version and hardware series of the HIM.
Parameter Menu
Refer to Viewing and Editing Parameters on page B-5.
Device Select Menu
Use this menu to access parameters in connected peripheral devices.
Memory Storage Menu
Drive data can be saved to, or recalled from, User and HIM sets.
User sets are files stored in permanent nonvolatile drive memory.
HIM sets are files stored in permanent nonvolatile HIM memory.
Option
HIM Copycat
Device -> HIM
Device <- HIM
Device User Sets
Reset To Defaults
Description
Save data to a HIM set, load data from a HIM set to active drive
memory or delete a HIM set.
Save data to a User set, load data from a User set to active drive
memory or name a User set.
Restore the drive to its factory-default settings.
Start Up Menu
See Chapter 2.
Preferences Menu
The HIM and drive have features that you can customize.
Option
Drive Identity
Change Password
User Dspy Lines
User Dspy Time
User Dspy Video
Reset User Dspy
Description
Add text to identify the drive.
Enable/disable or modify the password.
Select the display, parameter, scale and text for the User Display.
The User Display is two lines of user-defined data that appears
when the HIM is not being used for programming.
Set the wait time for the User Display or enable/disable it.
Select Reverse or Normal video for the Frequency and User
Display lines.
Return all the options for the User Display to factory default values.
HIM Overview
B-5
Viewing and Editing Parameters
The PowerFlex 70 drive is initially set to Basic Parameter View. To view
all parameters, set parameter 196 [Param Access Lvl] to option 1
“Advanced”. Parameter 196 is not affected by the Reset to Defaults
function.
LCD HIM
Step
1. In the Main Menu, press the Up Arrow or
Down Arrow to scroll to “Parameter.”
Key(s)
Example Displays
or
2. Press Enter. “FGP File” appears on the top
line and the first three files appear below it.
3. Press the Up Arrow or Down Arrow to scroll
through the files.
or
FGP: Group
Motor Data
Torq Attributes
Volts per Hertz
4. Press Enter to select a file. The groups in the
file are displayed under it.
5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 to select a group and
then a parameter. The parameter value
screen will appear.
FGP: Parameter
Maximum Voltage
Maximum Freq
Compensation
6. Press Enter to edit the parameter.
7. Press the Up Arrow or Down Arrow to
change the value. If desired, press Sel to
move from digit to digit, letter to letter, or bit
to bit. The digit or bit that you can change will
be highlighted.
FGP: File
Monitor
Motor Control
Speed Reference
or
Sel
FGP:
Par 55
Maximum Freq
60.00 Hz
25 <> 400.00
8. Press Enter to save the value. If you want to
cancel a change, press Esc.
9. Press the Up Arrow or Down Arrow to scroll
through the parameters in the group, or
press Esc to return to the group list.
or
Esc
FGP:
Par 55
Maximum Freq
90.00 Hz
25 <> 400.00
Numeric Keypad Shortcut
If using a HIM with a numeric keypad, press the ALT key and the
+/– key to access the parameter by typing its number.
B-6
HIM Overview
LED HIM
Step
1. Press Esc until the Output Frequency
screen appears. This screen displays the
frequency of the drive if it is running. If the
drive is stopped, it will display 0.
Key(s)
Example Displays
Esc
2. Press Enter. The parameter that was last
viewed appears. Its file letter will flash.
3. Press the Up Arrow or Down Arrow to scroll
through the files.
or
4. Press Enter to enter a file. The right digit will
then flash.
5. Press the Up Arrow or Down Arrow to scroll
through the parameters that are in the file.
An “n” appears after a number if a
parameter is a bit parameter that is divided
into nibbles.
or
6. Press Enter to view the value of a
parameter or nibble. Its value will be
displayed. If you do not want to edit the
value, press Esc to return to the parameter
list.
7. Press Enter to enter edit mode. The right
digit will flash if it can be edited.
8. Press the Up Arrow or Down Arrow to
change the value. If desired, press Sel to
move from digit to digit or bit to bit. The digit
or bit that you can change will flash.
or
Sel
To change a sign in a signed value, press
Sel to move the cursor to the left-most digit.
Then, press the Up Arrow or Down Arrow to
scroll to the desired sign.
9. Press Enter to save the value. If you want to
cancel a change, press Esc. The value will
stop flashing to indicate that you are no
longer in edit mode.
10. Press Esc to return to the parameter list.
Esc
Appendix C
Application Notes
For information on…
External Brake Resistor
Skip Frequency
Stop Mode
Motor Overload
See page…
C-1
C-2
C-4
C-6
For information on…
Start At PowerUp
Overspeed
Process PI for Standard Control
External Brake Resistor
Figure C.1 External Brake Resistor Circuitry
Three-Phase
AC Input
(Input Contactor) M
R (L1)
S (L2)
T (L3)
Power Off
Power On
M
M
Power Source
DB Resistor Thermostat
See page…
C-7
C-8
C-9
C-2
Application Notes
Skip Frequency
Figure C.2 Skip Frequency
Frequency
Command
Frequency
Drive Output
Frequency
(A)
(A)
Skip + 1/2 Band
35 Hz
Skip Frequency
30 Hz
Skip – 1/2 Band
(B)
25 Hz
(B)
Time
Some machinery may have a resonant operating frequency that must be
avoided to minimize the risk of equipment damage. To assure that the
motor cannot continuously operate at one or more of the points, skip
frequencies are used. Parameters 084-086, ([Skip Frequency 1-3]) are
available to set the frequencies to be avoided.
The value programmed into the skip frequency parameters sets the
center point for an entire “skip band” of frequencies. The width of the
band (range of frequency around the center point) is determined by
parameter 87, [Skip Freq Band]. The range is split, half above and half
below the skip frequency parameter.
If the commanded frequency of the drive is greater than or equal to the
skip (center) frequency and less than or equal to the high value of the
band (skip plus 1/2 band), the drive will set the output frequency to the
high value of the band. See (A) in Figure C.2.
If the commanded frequency is less than the skip (center) frequency and
greater than or equal to the low value of the band (skip minus 1/2 band),
the drive will set the output frequency to the low value of the band. See
(B) in Figure C.2.
Acceleration and deceleration are not affected by the skip frequencies.
Normal accel/decel will proceed through the band once the commanded
frequency is greater than the skip frequency. See (A) & (B) in Figure
C.2. This function affects only continuous operation within the band.
Application Notes
Skip Frequency Examples
The skip frequency will have
hysteresis so the output does not
toggle between high and low values.
Three distinct bands can be
programmed. If none of the skip
bands touch or overlap, each band
has its own high/low limit.
C-3
Max. Frequency
Skip Frequency 1
Skip Band 1
Skip Frequency 2
Skip Band 2
0 Hz
If skip bands overlap or touch, the
center frequency is recalculated
based on the highest and lowest band
values.
400 Hz.
Skip Frequency 1
Skip Frequency 2
Adjusted
Skip Band
w/Recalculated
Skip Frequency
0 Hz
If a skip band(s) extend beyond the
max frequency limits, the highest
band value will be clamped at the
max frequency limit. The center
frequency is recalculated based on
the highest and lowest band values.
400 Hz.
Max.Frequency
Skip
Adjusted
Skip Band
w/Recalculated
Skip Frequency
0 Hz
If the band is outside the limits, the
skip band is inactive.
400 Hz.
Skip Frequency 1
60 Hz. Max.
Frequency
0 Hz
Inactive
Skip Band
C-4
Application Notes
Stop Mode
Mode
Description
Coast to
Output Voltage
Stop
Output Current
Motor Speed
Time
Stop
Command
Coast Time is load dependent
This method releases the motor and allows the load to stop by friction.
1. On Stop, the drive output goes immediately to zero (off).
2. No further power is supplied to the motor. The drive has released control.
3. The motor will coast for a time that is dependent on the mechanics of the system
(inertia, friction, etc).
Brake to
Stop
Output Voltage
Output Current
Motor Speed
DC
Hold Level
Time
Stop
Command
DC Hold Time
This method uses DC injection of the motor to Stop and/or hold the load.
1. On Stop, 3 phase drive output goes to zero (off)
2. Drive outputs DC voltage on the last used phase at the level programmed in [DC Brake
Level] Par 158. This voltage causes a “stopping” brake torque. If the voltage is applied
for a time that is longer than the actual possible stopping time, the remaining time will
be used to attempt to hold the motor at zero speed.
3. DC voltage to the motor continues for the amount of time programmed in [DC Brake
Time] Par 159. Braking ceases after this time expires.
4. After the DC Braking ceases, no further power is supplied to the motor. The motor may
or may not be stopped. The drive has released control.
5. The motor, if rotating, will coast from its present speed for a time that is dependent on
the mechanics of the system (inertia, friction, etc).
Application Notes
C-5
Mode
Description
Ramp to
Output Voltage
Stop
Output Current
Motor Speed
Output Current
Output Voltage
DC
Hold
Level
Time
Stop
Command
Zero
Command
Speed
DC Hold Time
This method uses drive output reduction to stop the load.
1. On Stop, drive output will decrease according to the programmed pattern from its
present value to zero. The pattern may be linear or squared. The output will decrease
to zero at the rate determined by the programmed [Maximum Freq] and the
programmed active [Decel Time x]
2. The reduction in output can be limited by other drive factors such as bus or current
regulation.
3. When the output reaches zero the output is shut off.
4. The motor, if rotating, will coast from its present speed for a time that is dependent on
the mechanics of the system (inertia, friction, etc).
Ramp to
Hold
Output Voltage
Output Voltage
Output Current
Output Current
Motor Speed
Motor Speed
Output Current
Output Voltage
DC
Hold Level
Time
Stop
Command
Zero
Command
Speed
Re-issuing a
Start Command
This method combines two of the methods above. It uses drive output reduction to stop the
load and DC injection to hold the load at zero speed once it has stopped.
1. On Stop, drive output will decrease according to the programmed pattern from its
present value to zero. The pattern may be linear or squared. The output will decrease
to zero at the rate determined by the programmed [Maximum Freq] and the
programmed active [Decel Time x]
2. The reduction in output can be limited by other drive factors such as bus or current
regulation.
3. When the output reaches zero 3 phase drive output goes to zero (off) and the drive
outputs DC voltage on the last used phase at the level programmed in [DC Brake
Level] Par 158. This voltage causes a “holding” brake torque.
4. DC voltage to the motor continues until a Start command is reissued or the drive is
disabled.
5. If a Start command is reissued, DC Braking ceases and the drive returns to normal AC
operation. If an Enable command is removed, the drive enters a “not ready” state until
the enable is restored.
Application Notes
Motor Overload
For single motor applications the drive can be programmed to protect the
motor from overload conditions. An electronic thermal overload I2T
function emulates a thermal overload relay. This operation is based on
three parameters; [Motor NP FLA], [Motor OL Factor] and [Motor OL
Hertz] (parameters 042, 048 and 047, respectively).
[Motor NP FLA] is multiplied by [Motor OL Factor] to allow the user to
define the continuous level of current allowed by the motor thermal
overload. [Motor OL Hertz] is used to allow the user to adjust the
frequency below which the motor overload is derated.
The motor can operate up to 102% of FLA continuously. If the drive had
just been activated, it will run at 150% of FLA for 180 seconds. If the
motor had been operating at 100% for over 30 minutes, the drive will run
at 150% of FLA for 60 seconds. These values assume the drive is
operating above [Motor OL Hertz], and that [Motor OL Factor] is set to
1.00.
Operation below 100% current causes the temperature calculation to
account for motor cooling.
Motor Overload Curve
100000
Cold
Hot
Trip Time (Sec)
10000
1000
100
10
100
125
150
175
200
Full Load Amps (%)
225
250
[Motor OL Hertz] defines the frequency where motor overload capacity
derate should begin. The motor overload capacity is reduced when
operating below [Motor OL Hertz]. For all settings of [Motor OL Hertz]
other than zero, the overload capacity is reduced to 70% at an output
frequency of zero.
Changing Overload Hz
120
OL Hz = 10
OL Hz = 25
OL Hz = 50
100
Continuous Rating
C-6
80
60
40
20
0
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
% of Base Speed
70
80
90 100
Application Notes
C-7
[Motor NP FLA] is multiplied by [Motor OL Factor] to select the rated
current for the motor thermal overload. This can be used to raise or lower
the level of current that will cause the motor thermal overload to trip.
The effective overload factor is a combination of [Motor OL Hertz] and
[Motor OL Factor].
Changing Overload Factor
140
OL % = 1.20
OL % = 1.00
OL % = 0.80
Continuous Rating
120
100
80
60
40
20
0
0
10
20
30
40 50 60 70
% of Base Speed
80
90 100
Start At PowerUp
When Start At Powerup in 2 wire control is configured, the drive will
start if all start permissive conditions are met (within 10 seconds of drive
power being applied), and the terminal block start input (Run, Run
Forward or Run Reverse for 2-wire) is closed. An alarm will be
annunciated from application of power until the drive actually starts,
indicating the powerup start attempt is in progress.
The powerup start attempt will be aborted if any of the following occurs
anytime during the 10-second start interval:
•
A fault condition occurs
•
A Type 2 alarm condition occurs
•
The terminal block programmed enable input is opened
•
All terminal block run, run forward, or run reverse, inputs are
canceled
•
A Stop request (from any source) is received
If the drive has not started within the 10 second interval, the powerup
start attempt will be terminated.
Application Notes
Overspeed
Overspeed Limit is a user programmable value that allows operation at
maximum speed, but also provides an “overspeed band” that will allow a
speed regulator such as encoder feedback or slip compensation to
increase the output frequency above maximum speed in order to
maintain maximum motor speed.
The figure below illustrates a typical Custom V/Hz profile. Minimum
Speed is entered in Hertz and determines the lower speed reference limit
during normal operation. Maximum Speed is entered in Hertz and
determines the upper speed reference limit. The two “Speed” parameters
only limit the speed reference and not the output frequency.
The actual output frequency at maximum speed reference is the sum of
the speed reference plus “speed adder” components from functions such
as slip compensation.
The Overspeed Limit is entered in Hertz and added to Maximum Speed
and the sum of the two (Speed Limit) limit the output frequency. This
sum (Speed Limit) must is compared to Maximum Frequency and an
alarm is initiated which prevents operation if the Speed Limit exceeds
Maximum Frequency.
Allowable Output Frequency Range Bus Regulation or Current Limit
Allowable Output Frequency Range - Normal Operation 1
Allowable Speed Reference Range
Maximum
Voltage
Motor NP
Voltage
Output Voltage
C-8
Frequency Trim
due to Speed
Control Mode
Overspeed
Limit
Break
Voltage
Start
Boost
Run
Boost
0
Minimum
Break
Speed Frequency
Motor NP Hz
Frequency
Maximum
Speed
Output
Maximum
Frequency Frequency
Limit
Note 1: The lower limit on this range can be 0 depending on the value of Speed Adder
Application Notes
C-9
Process PI for Standard Control
The internal PI function of the PowerFlex 70 provides closed loop
process control with proportional and integral control action. The
function is designed for use in applications that require simple control of
a process without external control devices. The PI function allows the
microprocessor of the drive to follow a single process control loop.
The PI function reads a process variable input to the drive and compares
it to a desired setpoint stored in the drive. The algorithm will then adjust
the output of the PI regulator, changing drive output frequency to try and
make the process variable equal the setpoint.
It can operate as trim mode by summing the PI loop output with a master
speed reference.
Slip
Comp
+
Slip Adder
+
PI Ref
PI Fbk
Open
Loop
Linear Ramp
& S-Curve
Spd Ref
Spd Cmd
+
Process PI
Controller
+
Process
PI
Speed Control
PI Enabled
Or, it can operate as control mode by supplying the entire speed
reference. This method is identified as “exclusive mode”
+
Slip Adder
+
Linear Ramp
& S-Curve
Spd Ref
Slip
Comp
Open
Loop
Spd Cmd
Process
PI
PI Ref
PI Fbk
Process PI
Controller
PI Enabled
Speed Control
Application Notes
PI Enable
The output of the PI loop can be turned on (enabled) or turned off
(disabled). This control allows the user to determine when the PI loop is
providing part or all of the commanded speed. The logic for enabling the
PI loop is shown in below.
Drive
Running
Drive
Ramping
to Stop
Bit 0 of
[PI Control] = 1
(enabled)
Drive
Jogging
A Digital Input
is Configured
to PI Enable
The PI Loop
is Enabled
Signal Loss
"Enabled" Status
Digital Input
is Reflected
in [PI Status]
Bit 0 = 1
The Configured
Digital Input
is Closed
The drive must be running for the PI loop to be enabled. The loop will be
disabled when the drive is ramping to a stop, jogging or the signal loss
protection for the analog input(s) is sensing a loss of signal.
If a digital input has been configured to “PI Enable,” two events are
required to enable the loop: the digital input must be closed AND bit 0 of
the PI Control parameter must be = 1.
If no digital input is configured to “PI Enable,” then only the Bit 0 = 1
condition must be met. If the bit is permanently set to a “1”, then the
loop will become enabled as soon as the drive goes into “run”.
PI Enabled
PI Pre-load Value
PI Output
Spd Cmd
PI Pre-load Value = 0
PI Pre-load Value > 0
PI Enabled
100.0
Start at Spd Cmd
PI Output
Normalized SQRT(Feedback)
C-10
75.0
50.0
25.0
0.0
-25.0
-50.0
-75.0
-100.0
-100.0
-75.0
-50.0
-25.0
0.0
25.0
Normalized Feedback
Spd Cmd
Pre-load to Command Speed
50.0
75.0
100.0
Application Notes
C-11
PI_Status
.Enabled
Spd Ref
to A
PI Kp
PI Neg Limit
PI ExcessErr
abs
Linear
Ramp
PI Ref
*(PI Ref Sel)
≥
PI XS Error
PI Pos Limit
PI Cmd
+
+
PI Error
+
+
*
PI_Config
.RampCmd
+
PI_Config
.Invert
PI Ki
In Limit
-1
z
0
PI_Status
.Hold
Spd Cmd
PI Fbk
*(PI Fbk Sel)
PI_Config
.Exclusive
PI_Config
.Sqrt
Current Limit
or Volt Limit
Preload Value
PI_Config
.Exclusive
PI_Config
.ZeroClamp
Linear Ramp
& S-Curve
PI Output
*
-
PI_Status
.Enabled
Spd Cmd
+32K
+
Spd Ramp
+
PI_Config
.PreloadCmd
PI_Status
.Enabled
-32K
A
+32K
Spd Cmd
0
0
≥0
-32K
Zclamped
Application Notes
Voltage Tolerance
Drive Rating
Nominal Line
Voltage
200
208
240
380
400
480
600
200-240
380-400
500-600
Nominal Motor
Voltage
200†
208
230
380†
400
460
575†
Drive Full Power
Range
200-264
208-264
230-264
380-528
400-528
460-528
575-660
Drive Operating
Range
180-264
342-528
432-660
Nominal Motor Voltage to Drive Rated Voltage + 10%.
Rated current is available across the entire Drive Full Power Range
Drive Operating Range = Lowest† Nominal Motor Voltage - 10% to Drive Rated Voltage + 10%.
Drive Output is linearly derated when Actual Line Voltage is less than
the Nominal Motor Voltage
HP @ Motor (Drive Output)
Drive Full Power Range =
Derated Power Range
No Drive
Output
Full Power Range
Drive Operating Range
Nominal Motor Voltage -10%
Nominal Motor Voltage
Drive Rated Voltage +10%
Drive Rated Voltage
Actual Line Voltage (Drive Input)
Example:
Calculate the maximum power of a 5 HP, 460V motor connected to a 480V rated drive
supplied with 342V Actual Line Voltage input.
• Actual Line Voltage / Nominal Motor Voltage = 74.3%
• 74.3% × 5 HP = 3.7 HP
• 74.3% × 60 Hz = 44.6 Hz
At 342V Actual Line Voltage, the maximum power the 5 HP, 460V motor can produce is
3.7 HP at 44.6 Hz.
HP @ Motor (Drive Output)
C-12
5 HP
3.7 HP
No Drive
Output
342V
480V
460V
Actual Line Voltage (Drive Input)
528V
Index
A
AC Input Line Circuit Breakers, A-1,
A-11
AC Input Line Fuses, A-1, A-11
AC Supply
Ground, 1-4
Source, 1-3
Unbalanced, 1-3
Ungrounded, 1-3
Accel Mask, 3-32
Accel Owner, 3-33
Accel Time x, 3-18
Access Level, Parameter, 3-3
Advanced Parameter View, 3-3
Agency Certification, A-2
Alarm 1 @ Fault, 3-28
Alarm 2 @ Fault, 3-29
Alarm Config 1, 3-30
Alarm Descriptions, 4-7
Alarms
Analog in Loss, 4-7
Bipolar Conflict, 4-7
Clearing, 4-7
Decel Inhibit, 4-7
Defined, 4-7
Dig In Conflict, 4-8
Drive OL Level, 4-8
FluxAmpsRef Rang, 4-8
IntDBRes OvrHeat, 4-8
IR Volts Range, 4-8
MaxFreq Conflict, 4-9
Motor Type Cflct, 4-9
NP Hz Conflict, 4-9
Power Loss, 4-9
Precharge Active, 4-9
Speed Ref Cflct, 4-9
Start At PowerUp, 4-9
UnderVoltage, 4-9
VHz Neg Slope, 4-9
Alarms Group, 3-30
ALT Key Functions, B-2
Ambient Temperature, 1-2
Analog in Loss Alarm, 4-7
Analog In Loss Fault, 4-3
Analog In x Hi, 3-35
Analog In x Lo, 3-35
Analog Inputs Group, 3-35
Analog Inx Value, 3-8
Analog Out1 Hi, 3-36
Analog Out1 Lo, 3-36
Analog Out1 Sel, 3-36
Analog Outputs Group, 3-36
Anlg Cal Chksum Fault, 4-3
Anlg In Config, 3-35
Anlg In Loss, 3-35
Anlg In Sqr Root, 3-35
Anlg Out Absolut, 3-36
Armored Cable, 1-7
Assisted Start Up, 2-3
Auto Mode, 1-17
Auto Rstrt Delay, 3-22
Auto Rstrt Tries, 3-22
Auto Rstrt Tries Fault, 4-3
Auto/Manual
Control, 1-18
Modes, 1-17
Autotune, 3-11
AutoTune Aborted Fault, 4-3
Auxiliary Input Fault, 4-3
B
Basic Parameter View, 3-3
Before Applying Power, 2-1
Bipolar Conflict Alarm, 4-7
Bottom Plate Removal, 1-9
Break Frequency, 3-12
Break Voltage, 3-12
Bus Capacitors, Discharging, P-3
Bus Reg Gain, 3-20
Bus Reg Mode, 3-20
Bus Voltage, Measuring, 1-9
Index-2
C
Cable Entry Plate Removal, 1-9
Cable Length
Motor, 1-7
Signal, 1-12
Cable Trays, 1-7
Cables, Power
Armored, 1-7
Insulation, 1-6
Separation, 1-6
Shielded, 1-6, 1-7
Type, 1-6
Unshielded, 1-6
Capacitors, Discharging, P-3
Catalog Number Explanation, P-5
CE Conformity, 1-19
Checklist, Start-Up, 2-1
Circuit Breakers
Input, 1-5
Ratings, A-1, A-11
Clear Fault Owner, 3-33
Clearing
Alarms, 4-7
Faults, 4-3
Comm Control Group, 3-31
Command Freq, 3-8
Common Mode Capacitors, 1-10
Common Symptoms and Corrective
Action, 4-10
Communication File, 3-31
Communications
Logic Command Word, A-4
Logic Status Word, A-5
Programmable Controller
Configurations, A-3
Compensation, 3-10
Conduit, 1-7
Contactors, Input, 1-10
Control SW Ver, 3-9
Control, 2 and 3 Wire, 1-15
Control, Auto/Manual, 1-18
Conventions, Manual, P-2
Cover, Opening, 1-1
Cross Reference, Parameter
by Name, 3-39
by Number, 3-41
Current Lmt Gain, 3-19
Current Lmt Sel, 3-19
Current Lmt Val, 3-19
D
Data In Ax, 3-34
Data Links Group, 3-34
Data Out Ax, 3-34
Data, Diagnostic, B-4
Data, Saving, B-4
DB Resistor Type, 3-21
DC Brake Level, 3-20
DC Brake Time, 3-20
DC Brk Levl Sel, 3-19
DC Bus Memory, 3-8
DC Bus Voltage, 3-8
DC Bus, Measuring Voltage, 1-9
Decel Inhibit Alarm, 4-7
Decel Mask, 3-32
Decel Owner, 3-33
Decel Time 1, 3-18
Decel Time 2, 3-18
Diagnostic Data, Viewing, B-4
Diagnostics Group, 3-25
Dig In Conflict Alarm, 4-8
Dig In Status, 3-27
Dig Out Status, 3-27
Dig Outx Level, 3-38
Dig Outx OffTime, 3-38
Dig Outx OnTime, 3-38
Digital Inputs Group, 3-37
Digital Inx Sel, 3-37
Digital Outputs Group, 3-38
Digital Outx Sel, 3-38
Dimensions
Minimum Clearances, 1-2
Mounting, 1-2, A-6
Direction Mask, 3-32
Direction Mode, 3-23
Direction Owner, 3-33
Index-3
Discharging Bus Capacitors, P-3
Discrete Speeds Group, 3-15
Distribution Systems, 1-3
DPI Comm Loss Fault, 4-5
DPI Data Rate, 3-31
DPI Port 1-6 Fault, 4-5
DPI Port Locations, B-1
Drive Alarm 1, 3-25
Drive Checksum, 3-24
Drive Data Group, 3-9
Drive Frame Size, P-3
Drive Grounding, 1-4
Drive Logic Rslt, 3-31
Drive Memory Group, 3-24
Drive OL Count, 3-27
Drive OL Level Alarm, 4-8
Drive OL Mode, 3-19
Drive Overload Fault, 4-4
Drive Ramp Rslt, 3-31
Drive Ratings, A-1, A-11
Drive Ref Rslt, 3-31
Drive Status 1, 3-25
Drive Temp, 3-27
DriveExplorer, 3-1
DriveTools, 3-1
Dynamic Brake Resistor Selection,
3-21
Dynamic Control File, 3-18
E
Earthing, see Grounding
Editing Parameters, 3-1
Elapsed MWH, 3-8
Elapsed Run Time, 3-8
EMI/RFI
Grounding, Filter, 1-5
Interference, 1-19
Enclosure Rating, 1-2
ESD, Static Discharge, P-3
Excessive Load Fault, 4-4
F
Fault Amps, 3-28
Fault Bus Volts, 3-28
Fault Clear, 3-29
Fault Clear Mode, 3-29
Fault Clr Mask, 3-32
Fault Config x, 3-29
Fault Descriptions, 4-3
Fault Frequency, 3-28
Fault x Code, 3-30
Fault x Time, 3-30
Faults
Analog In Loss, 4-3
Anlg Cal Chksum, 4-3
Auto Rstrt Tries, 4-3
AutoTune Aborted, 4-3
Auxiliary Input, 4-3
Clearing, 4-3
Defined, 4-3
DPI Comm Loss, 4-5
DPI Port 1-6, 4-5
Drive Overload, 4-4
Excessive Load, 4-4
FluxAmpsRef Rang, 4-4
Ground Fault, 4-4
Heatsink OvrTemp, 4-4
HW OverCurrent, 4-4
Incompat MCB-PB, 4-4
IR Volts Range, 4-4
Motor Overload, 4-4
OverSpeed Limit, 4-4
OverVoltage, 4-4
Parameter Chksum, 4-4
Params Defaulted, 4-5
Phase Short, 4-5
Phase to Grnd, 4-5
Power Loss, 4-5
Power Unit, 4-5
Pwr Brd Chksum, 4-5
Replaced MCB-PB, 4-5
Shear Pin, 4-6
SW OverCurrent, 4-6
Trnsistr OvrTemp, 4-6
UnderVoltage, 4-6
UserSet Chksum, 4-6
Viewing, 4-3
Index-4
Faults Group, 3-29
FGP (File-Group-Parameter), 3-3
File
Communication, 3-31
Dynamic Control, 3-18
Inputs & Outputs, 3-35
Monitor, 3-8
Motor Control, 3-9
Speed Command, 3-12
Utility, 3-23
File-Group-Parameter (FGP), 3-3
Filter Option Power Input Terminals,
1-9
Filter, RFI, 1-5
Flux Current, 3-8
Flux Current Ref, 3-11
Flux Up Mode, 3-10
Flux Up Time, 3-10
FluxAmpsRef Rang Alarm, 4-8
FluxAmpsRef Rang Fault, 4-4
Flying Start En, 3-21
Flying Start Gain, 3-21
Frame Designations, A-1, A-11
Frame Size, Drive, P-3
Fuses
Input, 1-5
Ratings, A-1, A-11
G
General Precautions, P-3
Ground Fault, 4-4
Grounding
Bus, 1-4
Conductor, 1-4
Filter, 1-5
General, 1-4
Impedance, 1-4
Motor, 1-7
Safety, PE, 1-4
Shields, TE, 1-4
Group
Alarms, 3-30
Analog Inputs, 3-35
Analog Outputs, 3-36
Comm Control, 3-31
Data Links, 3-34
Diagnostics, 3-25
Digital Inputs, 3-37
Digital Outputs, 3-38
Discrete Speeds, 3-15
Drive Data, 3-9
Drive Memory, 3-24
Faults, 3-29
HIM Config, 3-23
Load Limits, 3-19
Masks & Owners, 3-32
Metering, 3-8
MOP Config, 3-23
Motor Data, 3-9
Power Loss, 3-22
Process PI, 3-16
Ramp Rates, 3-18
Restart Modes, 3-21
Reverse Config, 3-23
Slip Comp, 3-16
Spd Mode & Limits, 3-12
Speed References, 3-14
Speed Trim, 3-15
Stop/Brake Modes, 3-19
Torque Attributes, 3-10
Volts per Hertz, 3-12
H
Heatsink OvrTemp Fault, 4-4
HIM Config Group, 3-23
HIM Menu Structure, B-3
HIM, Removing, B-7
HW OverCurrent Fault, 4-4
Index-5
I
I/O
Terminal Block, 1-13
Wiring, 1-12
Wiring Examples, 1-15
Incompat MCB-PB Fault, 4-4
Indicators, LED, 2-2
Input Contactor
Start/Stop, 1-10
Input Devices
Circuit Breakers, 1-5
Contactors, 1-10
Fuses, 1-5
Input Fusing, 1-5
Input Power Conditioning, 1-3
Input Terminals, Power, 1-9
Inputs & Outputs File, 3-35
Installation, 1-1
IntDBRes OvrHeat Alarm, 4-8
Interference, EMI/RFI, 1-19
IR Voltage Drop, 3-11
IR Volts Range Alarm, 4-8
IR Volts Range Fault, 4-4
J
Jog Mask, 3-32
Jog Owner, 3-33
Jog Speed, 3-15
L
Language, 3-24
Last Stop Source, 3-27
LCD HIM, Menus, B-3
LED Indicators, 2-2
Load Frm Usr Set, 3-2, 3-24
Load Limits Group, 3-19
Local Mask, 3-32
Local Owner, 3-33
Logic Command Word, A-4
Logic Mask, 3-32
Logic Status Word, A-5
M
Man Ref Preload, 3-23
Manual Mode, 1-17
Manual/Auto Control, 1-18
Masks & Owners Group, 3-32
MaxFreq Conflict Alarm, 4-9
Maximum Freq, 3-10
Maximum Speed, 3-12
Maximum Voltage, 3-10
Measuring DC Bus Voltage, 1-9
Menu Structure, HIM, B-3
Metering Group, 3-8
Minimum Clearances, 1-2
Minimum Speed, 3-12
MOD LED, 2-2
Modes, Auto/Manual, 1-17
Monitor File, 3-8
MOP Config Group, 3-23
MOP Frequency, 3-8
MOP Mask, 3-32
MOP Owner, 3-33
MOP Rate, 3-23
Motor Cable Lengths, 1-7
Motor Control File, 3-9
Motor Data Group, 3-9
Motor NP FLA, 3-9
Motor NP Hertz, 3-9
Motor NP Power, 3-9
Motor NP RPM, 3-9
Motor NP Volts, 3-9
Motor OL Count, 3-27
Motor OL Factor, 3-10
Motor OL Hertz, 3-10
Motor Overload Fault, 4-4
Motor Starters, A-1, A-11
Motor Type, 3-9
Motor Type Cflct Alarm, 4-9
Mounting Clearances and
Orientation, 1-2
MOVs, 1-10
Mtr NP Pwr Units, 3-9
Index-6
N
NET LEDs, 2-2
NP Hz Conflict Alarm, 4-9
O
Opening the Cover, 1-1
Operating Modes, 1-17
Operating Temperature, 1-2
Operator Interface, B-5
Output Current, 3-8
Output Freq, 3-8
Output Power, 3-8
Output Powr Fctr, 3-8
Output Voltage, 3-8
Overspeed Limit, 3-13
OverSpeed Limit Fault, 4-4
OverVoltage Fault, 4-4
P
Param Access Lvl, 3-24
Parameter
Changing/Editing, B-5
Descriptions, 3-1
Linear List, 3-3
Organization, 3-3
Types, 3-1
Viewing, B-5
Viewing List Of Changed, B-2
Parameter Access Level, 3-3
Parameter Chksum Fault, 4-4
Parameter Cross Reference
by Name, 3-39
by Number, 3-41
Parameters
Accel Mask, 3-32
Accel Owner, 3-33
Accel Time x, 3-18
Alarm 1 @ Fault, 3-28
Alarm 2 @ Fault, 3-29
Alarm Config 1, 3-30
Analog In x Hi, 3-35
Analog In x Lo, 3-35
Analog Inx Value, 3-8
Analog Out1 Hi, 3-36
Analog Out1 Lo, 3-36
Analog Out1 Sel, 3-36
Anlg In Config, 3-35
Anlg In Loss, 3-35
Anlg In Sqr Root, 3-35
Anlg Out Absolut, 3-36
Auto Rstrt Delay, 3-22
Auto Rstrt Tries, 3-22
Autotune, 3-11
Break Frequency, 3-12
Break Voltage, 3-12
Bus Reg Gain, 3-20
Bus Reg Mode, 3-20
Clear Fault Owner, 3-33
Command Freq, 3-8
Compensation, 3-10
Control SW Ver, 3-9
Current Lmt Gain, 3-19
Current Lmt Sel, 3-19
Current Lmt Val, 3-19
Data In Ax, 3-34
Data Out Ax, 3-34
DB Resistor Type, 3-21
DC Brake Level, 3-20
DC Brake Time, 3-20
DC Brk Levl Sel, 3-19
DC Bus Memory, 3-8
DC Bus Voltage, 3-8
Decel Mask, 3-32
Decel Owner, 3-33
Decel Time 1, 3-18
Decel Time 2, 3-18
Dig In Status, 3-27
Dig Out Status, 3-27
Dig Outx Level, 3-38
Dig Outx OffTime, 3-38
Dig Outx OnTime, 3-38
Digital Inx Sel, 3-37
Digital Outx Sel, 3-38
Direction Mask, 3-32
Direction Mode, 3-23
Direction Owner, 3-33
Index-7
DPI Data Rate, 3-31
Drive Alarm 1, 3-25
Drive Checksum, 3-24
Drive Logic Rslt, 3-31
Drive OL Count, 3-27
Drive OL Mode, 3-19
Drive Ramp Rslt, 3-31
Drive Ref Rslt, 3-31
Drive Status 1, 3-25
Drive Temp, 3-27
Elapsed MWH, 3-8
Elapsed Run Time, 3-8
Fault Amps, 3-28
Fault Bus Volts, 3-28
Fault Clear, 3-29
Fault Clear Mode, 3-29
Fault Clr Mask, 3-32
Fault Config x, 3-29
Fault Frequency, 3-28
Fault x Code, 3-30
Fault x Time, 3-30
Flux Current, 3-8
Flux Current Ref, 3-11
Flux Up Mode, 3-10
Flux Up Time, 3-10
Flying Start En, 3-21
Flying Start Gain, 3-21
IR Voltage Drop, 3-11
Jog Mask, 3-32
Jog Owner, 3-33
Jog Speed, 3-15
Language, 3-24
Last Stop Source, 3-27
Load Frm Usr Set, 3-2, 3-24
Local Mask, 3-32
Local Owner, 3-33
Logic Mask, 3-32
Man Ref Preload, 3-23
Maximum Freq, 3-10
Maximum Speed, 3-12
Maximum Voltage, 3-10
Minimum Speed, 3-12
MOP Frequency, 3-8
MOP Mask, 3-32
MOP Owner, 3-33
MOP Rate, 3-23
Motor NP FLA, 3-9
Motor NP Hertz, 3-9
Motor NP Power, 3-9
Motor NP RPM, 3-9
Motor NP Volts, 3-9
Motor OL Count, 3-27
Motor OL Factor, 3-10
Motor OL Hertz, 3-10
Motor Type, 3-9
Mtr NP Pwr Units, 3-9
Output Current, 3-8
Output Freq, 3-8
Output Power, 3-8
Output Powr Fctr, 3-8
Output Voltage, 3-8
Overspeed Limit, 3-13
Param Access Lvl, 3-24
PI Configuration, 3-16
PI Control, 3-16
PI Error Meter, 3-18
PI Fdback Meter, 3-18
PI Feedback Sel, 3-17
PI Integral Time, 3-17
PI Lower Limit, 3-17
PI Output Meter, 3-18
PI Preload, 3-17
PI Prop Gain, 3-17
PI Ref Meter, 3-18
PI Reference Sel, 3-17
PI Setpoint, 3-17
PI Status, 3-18
PI Upper Limit, 3-17
Power Loss Mode, 3-22
Power Loss Time, 3-22
PowerUp Marker, 3-29
Preset Speed x, 3-15
PWM Frequency, 3-19
Rated Amps, 3-9
Rated kW, 3-9
Rated Volts, 3-9
Reference Mask, 3-32
Reference Owner, 3-33
Index-8
Reset Meters, 3-24
Reset To Defalts, 3-24
Run Boost, 3-12
S Curve %, 3-18
Save HIM Ref, 3-23
Save MOP Ref, 3-23
Save To User Set, 3-24
Skip Freq Band, 3-13
Skip Frequency x, 3-13
Slip Comp Gain, 3-16
Slip RPM @ FLA, 3-16
Slip RPM Meter, 3-16
Speed Mode, 3-12
Speed Ref A Hi, 3-14
Speed Ref A Lo, 3-14
Speed Ref A Sel, 3-14
Speed Ref B Hi, 3-14
Speed Ref B Lo, 3-14
Speed Ref B Sel, 3-14
Speed Ref Source, 3-26
Start At PowerUp, 3-21
Start Inhibits, 3-26
Start Mask, 3-32
Start Owner, 3-33
Start/Acc Boost, 3-12
Status 1 @ Fault, 3-28
Stop Mode, 3-19
Stop Owner, 3-33
TB Man Ref Hi, 3-15
TB Man Ref Lo, 3-15
TB Man Ref Sel, 3-14
Testpoint 1 Sel, 3-29
Testpoint x Data, 3-29
Torque Current, 3-8
Torque Perf Mode, 3-10
Trim Hi, 3-15
Trim In Select, 3-15
Trim Lo, 3-15
Trim Out Select, 3-15
Voltage Class, 3-24
Params Defaulted Fault, 4-5
PE Ground, 1-4, 1-7
Phase Short Fault, 4-5
Phase to Grnd Fault, 4-5
PI Configuration, 3-16
PI Control, 3-16
PI Error Meter, 3-18
PI Fdback Meter, 3-18
PI Feedback Sel, 3-17
PI Integral Time, 3-17
PI Lower Limit, 3-17
PI Output Meter, 3-18
PI Preload, 3-17
PI Prop Gain, 3-17
PI Ref Meter, 3-18
PI Reference Sel, 3-17
PI Setpoint, 3-17
PI Status, 3-18
PI Upper Limit, 3-17
PORT LED, 2-2
Port Locations, DPI, B-1
Power Cables/Wiring, 1-5
Power Conditioning, Input, 1-3
Power Input Terminals, 1-9
Power LED, 2-2
Power Loss Alarm, 4-9
Power Loss Fault, 4-5
Power Loss Group, 3-22
Power Loss Mode, 3-22
Power Loss Time, 3-22
Power Terminal Block, 1-8
Power Unit Fault, 4-5
Powering Up the Drive, 2-1
PowerUp Marker, 3-29
Precautions, General, P-3
Precharge Active Alarm, 4-9
Preferences, Setting, B-4
Preset Speed x, 3-15
Process PI Group, 3-16
Programmable Controller
Configurations, A-3
Programming, 3-1
Publications, Reference, P-2
PWM Frequency, 3-19
Pwr Brd Chksum Fault, 4-5
Index-9
R
Ramp Rates Group, 3-18
Rated Amps, 3-9
Rated kW, 3-9
Rated Volts, 3-9
Ratings, A-1, A-11
Reference Manual, P-1
Reference Mask, 3-32
Reference Material, P-2
Reference Owner, 3-33
Removing Cover, 1-1
Repeated Start/Stop, 1-10
Replaced MCB-PB Fault, 4-5
Reset Meters, 3-24
Reset To Defalts, 3-24
Restart Modes Group, 3-21
Reverse Config Group, 3-23
RFI Filter, Input Terminals, 1-9
RFI, see EMI/RFI
Run Boost, 3-12
S
S Curve %, 3-18
S.M.A.R.T. Start Up, 2-3
Safety Ground, 1-4
Save HIM Ref, 3-23
Save MOP Ref, 3-23
Save To User Set, 3-24
Saving Data, Viewing, B-4
Setting Preferences, B-4
Shear Pin Fault, 4-6
Shielded Power Cables, 1-7
Short Circuit Protection, 1-5
Skip Freq Band, 3-13
Skip Frequency x, 3-13
Slip Comp Gain, 3-16
Slip Comp Group, 3-16
Slip RPM @ FLA, 3-16
Slip RPM Meter, 3-16
Spare Parts, P-1
Spd Mode & Limits Group, 3-12
Specifications
Agency Certification, A-2
Control, A-2
Drive, P-1
Drive Ratings, A-1, A-11
Electrical, A-2
Environment, A-1
Protection, A-1
Speed Command File, 3-12
Speed Command Sources, 1-17
Speed Mode, 3-12
Speed Ref A Hi, 3-14
Speed Ref A Lo, 3-14
Speed Ref A Sel, 3-14
Speed Ref B Hi, 3-14
Speed Ref B Lo, 3-14
Speed Ref B Sel, 3-14
Speed Ref Cflct Alarm, 4-9
Speed Ref Source, 3-26
Speed Reference Control, 1-17
Speed Reference Selection, 1-17
Speed References Group, 3-14
Speed Trim Group, 3-15
Start At PowerUp, 3-21
Start At PowerUp Alarm, 4-9
Start Inhibits, 3-26
Start Mask, 3-32
Start Owner, 3-33
Start/Acc Boost, 3-12
Start/Stop, Repeated, 1-10
Start-Up
Assisted, 2-3
Checklist, 2-1
S.M.A.R.T., 2-3
Static Discharge, ESD, P-3
Status (STS) LED, 2-2
Status 1 @ Fault, 3-28
Stop Mode, 3-19
Stop Owner, 3-33
Stop/Brake Modes Group, 3-19
Supply Source, 1-3
SW OverCurrent Fault, 4-6
System Grounding, 1-4
Index-10
T
TB Man Ref Hi, 3-15
TB Man Ref Lo, 3-15
TB Man Ref Sel, 3-14
TE Ground, 1-4
Terminal Block
I/O, 1-13
Power, 1-8
Testpoint 1 Sel, 3-29
Testpoint Codes and Functions, 4-10
Testpoint x Data, 3-29
Three Wire Control, 1-15
Torq Attributes Group, 3-10
Torque Current, 3-8
Torque Perf Mode, 3-10
Trim Hi, 3-15
Trim In Select, 3-15
Trim Lo, 3-15
Trim Out Select, 3-15
Trnsistr OvrTemp Fault, 4-6
Troubleshooting, 4-3
Two Wire Control, 1-15
U
Unbalanced/Ungrounded Supply, 1-3
UnderVoltage
Alarm, 4-9
Fault, 4-6
Ungrounded Distribution Systems,
1-10
Unshielded Power Cables, 1-6
UserSet Chksum Fault, 4-6
Utility File, 3-23
V
VHz Neg Slope Alarm, 4-9
Viewing and Changing Parameters,
B-5
Viewing Changed Parameters, B-2
Voltage Class, 3-24
Volts per Hertz Group, 3-12
W
Web Sites, see WWW, World Wide
Web
Wiring, 1-1
Cable Entry Plate Removal, 1-9
I/O, 1-12
I/O Examples, 1-15
Power, 1-5
Signal, 1-12
WWW, World Wide Web, P-2
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Publication 20A-UM001G-EN-P – March 2003
195301-P03
Supersedes July 2002
Copyright © 2003 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. Printed in USA.
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