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WARNING
Symbols
The following symbols are used in this manual.
HIGH VOLTAGE!
Frequency converters contain high voltage when connected
to AC mains input power. Installation, start up, and
maintenance should be performed by qualified personnel
only. Failure to perform installation, start up, and
maintenance by qualified personnel could result in death or
serious injury.
High Voltage
Frequency converts are connected to hazardous mains
voltages. Extreme care should be taken to protect against
shock. Only trained personnel familiar with electronic
equipment should install, start, or maintain this equipment.
WARNING
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
CAUTION
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury. It may also
be used to alert against unsafe practices.
CAUTION
Indicates a situation that may result in equipment or
property-damage-only accidents.
WARNING
UNINTENDED START!
When the frequency converter is connected to AC mains, the
motor may start at any time. The frequency converter, motor,
and any driven equipment must be in operational readiness.
Failure to be in operational readiness when the frequency
converter is connected to AC mains could result in death,
serious injury, equipment, or property damage.
NOTE
Indicates highlighted information that should be regarded
with attention to avoid mistakes or operate equipment at
less than optimal performance.
Approvals
Unintended Start
When the frequency converter is connected to the AC mains,
the motor may be started by means of an external switch, a
serial bus command, an input reference signal, or a cleared
fault condition. Use appropriate cautions to guard against an
unintended start.
WARNING
DISCHARGE TIME!
Frequency converters contain DC link capacitors that can
remain charged even when AC mains is disconnected. To
avoid electrical hazards, remove AC mains from the
frequency converter before doing any service or repair and
wait the amount of time specified in Table 1.1. Failure to wait
the specified time after power has been removed prior to
doing service or repair on the unit could result in death or
serious injury.
Voltage (V)
Minimum waiting time (minutes)
4
15
200 - 240
0.25 - 3.7 kW
5.5 - 37 kW
380 - 480
0.25 - 7.5 kW
11 - 75 kW
525 - 600
0.75 - 7.5 kW
11 - 75 kW
525 - 690
n/a
11 - 75 kW
High voltage may be present even when the warning LEDs are off!
Table 1.1 Discharge Time
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Contents
1 Introduction
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1.1 Purpose of the Manual
5
1.2 Additional Resources
5
1.3 Product Overview
6
1.4 Internal Frequency Converter Controller Functions
6
1.5 Frame Sizes and Power Ratings
7
2 Installation
8
2.1 Installation Site Check List
8
2.2 Frequency Converter and Motor Pre-installation Check List
8
2.3 Mechanical Installation
8
2.3.1 Cooling
8
2.3.2 Lifting
9
2.3.3 Mounting
9
2.3.4 Tightening Torques
9
2.4 Electrical Installation
10
2.4.1 Requirements
12
2.4.2 Earth (Grounding) Requirements
12
2.4.2.1 Leakage Current (>3,5mA)
13
2.4.2.2 Grounding Using Shielded Cable
13
2.4.3 Motor Connection
13
2.4.4 AC Mains Connection
14
2.4.5 Control Wiring
14
2.4.5.1 Access
14
2.4.5.2 Control Terminal Types
15
2.4.5.3 Wiring to Control Terminals
16
2.4.5.4 Using Screened Control Cables
16
2.4.5.5 Control Terminal Functions
16
2.4.5.6 Jumper Terminals 12 and 27
17
2.4.5.7 Terminal 53 and 54 Switches
17
2.4.5.8 Terminal 37
17
2.4.5.9 Mechanical Brake Control
20
2.4.6 Serial Communication
20
3 Start Up and Functional Testing
21
3.1 Pre-start
21
3.1.1 Safety Inspection
21
3.1.2 Start Up Check List
22
3.2 Applying Power to the Frequency Converter
23
3.3 Basic Operational Programming
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3.4 Automatic Motor Adaptation
24
3.5 Check Motor Rotation
25
3.6 Check Encoder Rotation
25
3.7 Local-control Test
25
3.8 System Start Up
26
4 User Interface
27
4.1 Local Control Panel
27
4.1.1 LCP Layout
27
4.1.2 Setting LCP Display Values
28
4.1.3 Display Menu Keys
28
4.1.4 Navigation Keys
29
4.1.5 Operation Keys
29
4.2 Back Up and Copying Parameter Settings
29
4.2.1 Uploading Data to the LCP
30
4.2.2 Downloading Data from the LCP
30
4.3 Restoring Default Settings
30
4.3.1 Recommended Initialisation
30
4.3.2 Manual Initialisation
30
5 About Frequency Converter Programming
5.1 Introduction
31
5.2 Programming Example
31
5.3 Control Terminal Programming Examples
32
5.4 International/North American Default Parameter Settings
33
5.5 Parameter Menu Structure
35
5.5.1 Main Menu Structure
36
5.6 Remote Programming with MCT 10 Set-up Software
40
6 Application Set-Up Examples
41
6.1 Introduction
41
6.2 Application Examples
41
7 Status Messages
46
7.1 Status Display
46
7.2 Status Message Definitions Table
46
8 Warnings and Alarms
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8.1 System Monitoring
49
8.2 Warning and Alarm Types
49
8.3 Warning and Alarm Displays
49
8.4 Warning and Alarm Definitions
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8.4.1 Fault Messages
9 Basic Troubleshooting
9.1 Start Up and Operation
10 Specifications
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60
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10.1 Power-dependent Specifications
62
10.2 General Technical Data
71
10.3 Fuse Tables
76
10.3.2 CE Compliance
77
10.4 Connection Tightening Torques
84
Index
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Illustration 1.1 Exploded View A1-A3, IP20
1
LCP
10 Motor output terminals 96 (U), 97 (V), 98 (W)
2
RS-485 serial bus connector (+68, -69)
11 Relay 1 (01, 02, 03)
3
Analog I/O connector
12 Relay 2 (04, 05, 06)
4
LCP input plug
13 Brake (-81, +82) and load sharing (-88, +89) terminals
5
Analog switches (A53), (A54)
14 Mains input terminals 91 (L1), 92 (L2), 93 (L3)
6
Cable strain relief / PE ground
15 USB connector
7
Decoupling plate
16 Serial bus terminal switch
8
Grounding clamp (PE)
17 Digital I/O and 24 V power supply
9
Shielded cable grounding clamp and strain relief
18 Control cable cover plate
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Illustration 1.2 Exploded View B and C Sizes, IP55/66
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LCP
11
Relay 2 (04, 05, 06)
2
Cover
12
Lifting ring
3
RS-485 serial bus connector
13
Mounting slot
4
Digital I/O and 24 V power supply
14
Grounding clamp (PE)
5
Analog I/O connector
15
Cable strain relief / PE ground
6
Cable strain relief / PE ground
16
Brake terminal (-81, +82)
7
USB connector
17
Load sharing terminal (DC bus) (-88, +89)
8
Serial bus terminal switch
18
Motor output terminals 96 (U), 97 (V), 98 (W)
9
Analog switches (A53), (A54)
19
Mains input terminals 91 (L1), 92 (L2), 93 (L3)
10
Relay 1 (01, 02, 03)
1.1 Purpose of the Manual
1.2 Additional Resources
This manual is intended to provide detailed information for
the installation and start up of the frequency converter.
Chapter 2 Installation provides requirements for mechanical
and electrical installation, including input, motor, control and
serial communications wiring, and control terminal
functions. Chapter 3 Start Up and Functional Testing provides
detailed procedures for start up, basic operational
programming, and functional testing. The remaining
chapters provide supplementary details. These include user
interface, detailed programming, application examples, startup troubleshooting, and specifications.
Other resources are available to understand advanced
frequency converter functions and programming.
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The Programming Guide provides greater detail in
how to work with parameters and many
application examples.
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The Design Guide is intended to provide detailed
capabilities and functionality to design motor
control systems.
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Supplemental publications and manuals are
available from Danfoss.
See http://www.danfoss.com/Products/Literature/
Technical+Documentation.htm for listings.
Area
Optional equipment is available that may change
some of the procedures described. Be sure to see
the instructions supplied with those options for
specific requirements.
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Contact the local Danfoss supplier or go to
http://www.danfoss.com/Products/Literature/Technical
+Documentation.htm for downloads or additional
information.
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Title
Mains input
•
supply to the frequency
converter
Rectifier
•
The rectifier bridge converts
the AC input to DC current to
supply inverter power
3
DC bus
•
The frequency converter's
intermediate DC-bus circuit
handles the DC current
4
DC reactors
•
Filter the intermediate DC
circuit voltage
•
•
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1.3 Product Overview
A frequency converter is an electronic motor controller that
converts AC mains input into a variable AC waveform output.
The frequency and voltage of the output are regulated to
control the motor speed or torque. The frequency converter
can vary the speed of the motor in response to system
feedback, such as position sensors on a conveyor belt. The
frequency converter can also regulate the motor by
responding to remote commands from external controllers.
Functions
Three-phase AC mains power
Prove line transient protection
Reduce RMS current
Raise the power factor
reflected back to the line
•
Reduce harmonics on the AC
input
5
Capacitor bank
•
•
Stores the DC power
Provides ride-through
protection for short power
losses
In addition, the frequency converter monitors the system
and motor status, issues warnings or alarms for fault
conditions, starts and stops the motor, optimizes energy
efficiency, and offers many more control, monitoring, and
efficiency functions. Operation and monitoring functions are
available as status indications to an outside control system or
serial communication network.
6
Inverter
•
Converts the DC into a
controlled PWM AC waveform
for a controlled variable output
to the motor
7
Output to motor
•
Regulated three-phase output
power to the motor
8
Control circuitry
•
Input power, internal
1.4 Internal Frequency Converter Controller
Functions
processing, output, and motor
current are monitored to
Below is a block diagram of the frequency converter's
internal components. See Table 1.1 for their functions.
control
provide efficient operation and
•
User interface and external
commands are monitored and
performed
•
Status output and control can
be provided
Table 1.1 Frequency Converter Internal Components
Illustration 1.3 Frequency Converter Block Diagram
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Frame size (kW)
Volts
A1
A2
A3
200-240 0.25-1.5
0.25-2.2
3.0-3.7
380-480 0.37-1.5
0.37-4.0
5.5-7.5
A4
A5
B1
B2
B3
B4
C1
C2
C3
C4
0.25-2.2 0.25-3.7
5.5-7.5
11
5.5-7.5
11-15
15-22
30-37
18.5-22
30-37
0.37-4.0 0.37-7.5
11-15
18.5-22
11-15
18.5-30
30-45
55-75
37-45
55-75
525-600
N/A
N/A
0.75-7.5
N/A
0.75-7.5
11-15
18.5-22
11-15
18.5-30
30-45
55-90
37-45
55-90
525-690
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
11-22
N/A
N/A
N/A
30-75
N/A
N/A
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Table 1.2 Frames Sizes and Power Ratings
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2.1 Installation Site Check List
2.3 Mechanical Installation
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The frequency converter relies on the ambient air
for cooling. Observe the limitations on ambient air
temperature for optimal operation
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Ensure that the installation location has sufficient
support strength to mount the frequency converter
•
Keep the frequency converter interior free from
dust and dirt. Ensure that the components stay as
clean as possible. In construction areas, provide a
protective covering. Optional IP55 (NEMA 12) or
IP66 (NEMA 4) enclosures may be necessary.
•
•
Keep the manual, drawings, and diagrams
accessible for detailed installation and operation
instructions. It is important that the manual is
available for equipment operators.
Locate equipment as near to the motor as possible.
Keep motor cables as short as possible. Check the
motor characteristics for actual tolerances. Do not
exceed
•
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2.3.1 Cooling
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To provide cooling airflow, mount the unit to a
solid flat surface or to the optional back plate (see
2.3.3 Mounting)
•
Top and bottom clearance for air cooling must be
provided. Generally, 100-225mm (4-10in) is
required. See Illustration 2.1 for clearance
requirements
•
Improper mounting can result in over heating and
reduced performance
•
Derating for temperatures starting between 40°C
(104°F) and 50°C (122°F) and elevation 1000m
(3300ft) above sea level must be considered. See
the equipment Design Guide for detailed
information.
300m (1000ft) for unshielded motor leads
150m (500ft) for shielded cable.
2.2 Frequency Converter and Motor Preinstallation Check List
•
Compare the model number of unit on the
nameplate to what was ordered to verify the
proper equipment
•
Ensure each of the following are rated for same
voltage:
Mains (power)
Frequency converter
Motor
•
Ensure that frequency converter output current
rating is equal to or greater than motor full load
current for peak motor performance
Motor size and frequency converter
power must match for proper overload
protection
If frequency converter rating is less than
motor, full motor output cannot be
achieved
8
Illustration 2.1 Top and Bottom Cooling Clearance
Enclosure
A1-A5
B1-B4
C1, C3
C2, C4
a/b (mm)
100
200
200
225
Table 2.1 Minimum Airflow Clearance Requirements
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Check the weight of the unit to determine a safe
lifting method
•
•
Ensure that the lifting device is suitable for the task
•
For lifting, use hoist rings on the unit, when
provided
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If necessary, plan for a hoist, crane, or forklift with
the appropriate rating to move the unit
2.3.3 Mounting
•
•
Mount the unit vertically
•
Ensure that the strength of the mounting location
will support the unit weight
•
Mount the unit to a solid flat surface or to the
optional back plate to provide cooling airflow (see
Illustration 2.2 and Illustration 2.3)
The frequency converter allows side by side installation
•
Improper mounting can result in over heating and
reduced performance
•
Use the slotted mounting holes on the unit for wall
mounting, when provided
Illustration 2.3 Proper Mounting with Railings
NOTE
Back plate is needed when mounted on railings.
2.3.4 Tightening Torques
See 10.4.1 Connection Tightening Torques for proper
tightening specifications.
Illustration 2.2 Proper Mounting with Back Plate
Item A is a back plate properly installed for required airflow
to cool the unit.
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This section contains detailed instructions for wiring the frequency converter. The following tasks are described.
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•
•
•
2 2
Wiring the motor to the frequency converter output terminals
Wiring the AC mains to the frequency converter input terminals
Connecting control and serial communication wiring
After power has been applied, checking input and motor power; programming control terminals for their intended
functions
Illustration 2.4 Basic Wiring Schematic Drawing.
A=Analog, D=Digital
Terminal 37 is used for Safe Stop. For Safe Stop installation instructions, refer to the Design Guide.
* Terminal 37 is not included in AutomationDrive FC 301 (except frame size A1). Relay 2 and terminal 29 have no function in
AutomationDrive FC 301.
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Illustration 2.5 Typical Electrical Connection
1
PLC
6
2
Frequency converter
7
Min. 200mm (7.9in) between control cables, motor and mains
Motor, 3-phase and PE
3
Output contactor (Generally not recommended)
8
Mains, 3-phase and reinforced PE
4
Earth (grounding) rail (PE)
9
Control wiring
5
Cable insulation (stripped)
10
Equalising min. 16mm2 (0.025in)
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WARNING
EQUIPMENT HAZARD!
Rotating shafts and electrical equipment can be hazardous.
All electrical work must conform to national and local
electrical codes. It is strongly recommended that installation,
start up, and maintenance be performed only by trained and
qualified personnel. Failure to follow these guidelines could
result in death or serious injury.
CAUTION
Illustration 2.6 Frequency Converter Fuses
WIRING ISOLATION!
Run input power, motor wiring and control wiring in three
separate metallic conduits or use separated shielded cable
for high frequency noise isolation. Failure to isolate power,
motor and control wiring could result in less than optimum
frequency converter and associated equipment
performance.
For your safety, comply with the following requirements.
•
•
Electronic controls equipment is connected to
hazardous mains voltage. Extreme care should be
taken to protect against electrical hazards when
applying power to the unit.
Run motor cables from multiple frequency
converters separately. Induced voltage from output
motor cables run together can charge equipment
capacitors even with the equipment turned off and
locked out.
Overload and Equipment Protection
•
•
•
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An electronically activated function within the
frequency converter provides overload protection
for the motor. The overload calculates the level of
increase to activate timing for the trip (controller
output stop) function. The higher the current draw,
the quicker the trip response. The overload
provides Class 20 motor protection. See 8 Warnings
and Alarms for details on the trip function.
Because the motor wiring carries high frequency
current, it is important that wiring for mains, motor
power, and control are run separately. Use metallic
conduit or separated shielded wire. Failure to
isolate power, motor, and control wiring could
result in less than optimum equipment
performance.
All frequency converters must be provided with
short-circuit and over-current protection. Input
fusing is required to provide this protection, see
Illustration 2.6. If not factory supplied, fuses must be
provided by the installer as part of installation. See
maximum fuse ratings in 10.3 Fuse Tables.
Wire Type and Ratings
•
All wiring must comply with local and national
regulations regarding cross-section and ambient
temperature requirements.
•
Danfoss recommends that all power connections
be made with a minimum 75° C rated copper wire.
•
See 10.1 Power-dependent Specifications for
recommended wire sizes.
2.4.2 Earth (Grounding) Requirements
WARNING
GROUNDING HAZARD!
For operator safety, it is important to ground frequency
converter properly in accordance with national and local
electrical codes as well as instructions contained within these
instructions. Ground currents are higher than 3,5mA. Failure
to ground frequency converter properly could result in death
or serious injury.
NOTE
It is the responsibility of the user or certified electrical
installer to ensure correct grounding (earthing) of the
equipment in accordance with national and local electrical
codes and standards.
•
Follow all local and national electrical codes to
ground electrical equipment properly
•
Proper protective grounding for equipment with
ground currents higher than 3,5mA must be
established, see Leakage Current (>3,5mA)
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A dedicatedground wire is required for input
power, motor power and control wiring
•
Use the clamps provided with on the equipment
for proper ground connections
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Do not ground one frequency converter to another
in a “daisy chain” fashion
2.4.2.2 Grounding Using Shielded Cable
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Keep the ground wire connections as short as
possible
Earthing (grounding) clamps are provided for motor wiring
(see Illustration 2.7).
•
Use of high-strand wire to reduce electrical noise is
recommended
•
Follow motor manufacturer wiring requirements
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2.4.2.1 Leakage Current (>3,5mA)
Follow national and local codes regarding protective
earthing of equipment with a leakage current > 3,5mA.
Frequency converter technology implies high frequency
switching at high power. This will generate a leakage current
in the earth connection. A fault current in the frequency
converter at the output power terminals might contain a DC
component which can charge the filter capacitors and cause
a transient earth current. The earth leakage current depends
on various system configurations including RFI filtering,
screened motor cables, and frequency converter power.
EN/IEC61800-5-1 (Power Drive System Product Standard)
requires special care if the leakage current exceeds 3,5mA.
Earth grounding must be reinforced in one of the following
ways:
•
•
Earth ground wire of at least
Illustration 2.7 Grounding with Shielded Cable
2.4.3 Motor Connection
10mm2
Two separate earth ground wires both complying
with the dimensioning rules
See EN 60364-5-54 § 543.7 for further information.
Using RCDs
Where residual current devices (RCDs), also known as earth
leakage circuit breakers (ELCBs), are used, comply with the
following:
Use RCDs of type B only which are capable of
detecting AC and DC currents
Use RCDs with an inrush delay to prevent faults
due to transient earth currents
Dimension RCDs according to the system configuration and environmental considerations
WARNING
INDUCED VOLTAGE!
Run output motor cables from multiple frequency converters
separately. Induced voltage from output motor cables run
together can charge equipment capacitors even with the
equipment turned off and locked out. Failure to run output
motor cables separately could result in death or serious
injury.
•
For maximum wire sizes see 10.1 Power-dependent
Specifications
•
Comply with local and national electrical codes for
cable sizes
•
Motor wiring knockouts or access panels are
provided at the base of IP21 and higher
(NEMA1/12) units
•
Do not install power factor correction capacitors
between the frequency converter and the motor
•
Do not wire a starting or pole-changing device
between the frequency converter and the motor
•
Connect the 3-phase motor wiring to terminals 96
(U), 97 (V), and 98 (W)
•
Ground the cable in accordance with grounding
instructions provided
•
Torque terminals in accordance with the
information provided in 10.4.1 Connection
Tightening Torques
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Follow motor manufacturer wiring requirements
Illustration 2.8 represents mains input, motor, and earth
grounding for basic frequency converters. Actual configurations vary with unit types and optional equipment.
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2.4.5 Control Wiring
•
Isolate control wiring from high power
components in the frequency converter.
•
If the frequency converter is connected to a
thermistor, for PELV isolation, optional thermistor
control wiring must be reinforced/double
insulated. A 24 VDC supply voltage is
recommended.
2.4.5.1 Access
•
Remove access cover plate with a screw driver. See
Illustration 2.9.
•
Or remove front cover by loosening attaching
screws. See Illustration 2.10.
Illustration 2.8 Example of Motor, Mains and Earth Wiring
2.4.4 AC Mains Connection
•
Size wiring based upon the input current of the
frequency converter. For maximum wire sizes see
10.1 Power-dependent Specifications.
•
Comply with local and national electrical codes for
cable sizes.
•
Connect 3-phase AC input power wiring to
terminals L1, L2, and L3 (see Illustration 2.8).
•
Depending on the configuration of the equipment,
input power will be connected to the mains input
terminals or the input disconnect.
•
Ground the cable in accordance with grounding
instructions provided in 2.4.2 Earth (Grounding)
Requirements
•
All frequency converters may be used with an
isolated input source as well as with ground
reference power lines. When supplied from an
isolated mains source (IT mains or floating delta) or
TT/TN-S mains with a grounded leg (grounded
delta), set 14-50 RFI Filter to OFF. When off, the
internal RFI filter capacitors between the chassis
and the intermediate circuit are isolated to avoid
damage to the intermediate circuit and to reduce
earth capacity currents in accordance with IEC
61800-3.
Illustration 2.9 Control Wiring Access for A2, A3, B3, B4, C3 and C4
Enclosures
Illustration 2.10 Control Wiring Access for A4, A5, B1, B2, C1 and C2
Enclosures
Please see Table 2.2 before tightening the covers.
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IP20
IP21
IP55
IP66
A4/A5
-
-
2
2
B1
-
*
2.2
2.2
B2
-
*
2.2
2.2
C1
-
*
2.2
2.2
C2
-
*
2.2
2.2
* No screws to tighten
•
Also provided are two Form C relay outputs that
are in various locations depending upon the
frequency converter configuration and size
•
Some options available for ordering with the unit
may provide additional terminals. See the manual
provided with the equipment option.
See 10.2 General Technical Data for terminal ratings details.
- Does not exist
Table 2.2 Tightening Torques for Covers (Nm)
2.4.5.2 Control Terminal Types
Terminal
Terminal description
Default
Parameter
setting
Description
Digital inputs/outputs
12, 13
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+24V DC
Illustration 2.11 and shows the removable frequency
converter connectors. Terminal functions and default
settings are summarized in Table 2.3.
24V DC supply voltage.
Maximum output
current is 200mA total
(130mA for FC 301) for
all 24V loads. Useable
for digital inputs and
external transducers.
18
5-10
[8] Start
19
5-11
[10] Reversing
32
5-14
[0] No
operation
33
5-15
27
5-12
[2] Coast
inverse
29
5-13
[14] JOG
20
-
Digital inputs.
[0] No
operation
Illustration 2.11 Control Terminal Locations
Selectable for either
digital input or output.
Default setting is input.
Common for digital
inputs and 0V
potential for 24V
supply.
37
-
Safe Torque
Safe input. Used for
Off (STO)
STO.
Analog inputs/outputs
39
-
42
6-50
Common for analog
output
Illustration 2.12 Terminal Numbers
[0] No
Programmable analog
operation
output. The analog
signal is 0-20mA or
4-20mA at a maximum
•
Connector 1 provides four programmable digital
inputs terminals, two additional digital terminals
programmable as either input or output, a 24V DC
terminal supply voltage, and a common for
optional customer supplied 24V DC voltage. FC 302
and FC 301 (optional in A1 enclosure) also provide
a digital input for STO (Safe Torque Off) function.
•
Connector 2 terminals (+)68 and (-)69 are for an
RS-485 serial communications connection
•
Connector 3 provides two analog inputs, one
analog output, 10V DC supply voltage, and
commons for the inputs and output
•
of 500Ω
50
-
+10V DC
10V DC analog supply
voltage. 15mA
maximum commonly
used for potentiometer
or thermistor.
53
6-1
Reference
54
6-2
Feedback
Analog input.
Selectable for voltage
or current. Switches
A53 and A54 select mA
or V.
55
-
Common for analog
input
Connector 4 is a USB port available for use with the
MCT 10 Set-up Software
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Terminal description
Default
Parameter
setting
2.4.5.4 Using Screened Control Cables
Description
Serial communication
61
-
Integrated RC-Filter for
cable screen. ONLY for
2 2
connecting the screen
when experiencing
EMC problems.
68 (+)
8-3
RS-485 Interface. A
69 (-)
8-3
control card switch is
provided for
Correct screening
The preferred method in most cases is to secure control and
serial communication cables with screening clamps provided
at both ends to ensure best possible high frequency cable
contact.
If the earth potential between the frequency converter and
the PLC is different, electric noise may occur that will disturb
the entire system. Solve this problem by fitting an equalizing
cable next to the control cable. Minimum cable cross section:
16 mm2.
termination resistance.
Relays
[0] No
Form C relay output.
01, 02, 03
5-40 [0]
operation
Usable for AC or DC
04, 05, 06
5-40 [1]
[0] No
voltage and resistive or
operation
inductive loads.
Table 2.3 Terminal Description
2.4.5.3 Wiring to Control Terminals
Control terminal connectors can be unplugged from the
frequency converter for ease of installation, as shown in
Illustration 2.11.
1.
Open the contact by inserting a small screwdriver
into the slot above or below the contact, as shown
in Illustration 2.13.
2.
Insert the bared control wire into the contact.
3.
Remove the screwdriver to fasten the control wire
into the contact.
4.
Ensure the contact is firmly established and not
loose. Loose control wiring can be the source of
equipment faults or less than optimal operation.
50/60Hz ground loops
With very long control cables, ground loops may occur. To
eliminate ground loops, connect one end of the screen-toground with a 100nF capacitor (keeping leads short).
Avoid EMC noise on serial communication
This terminal is connected to earth via an internal RC link.
Use twisted-pair cables to reduce interference between
conductors. The recommended method is shown below:
See 10.1 Power-dependent Specifications for control terminal
wiring sizes.
See 6 Application Set-Up Examples for typical control wiring
connections.
Alternatively, the connection to terminal 61 can be omitted:
2.4.5.5 Control Terminal Functions
Illustration 2.13 Connecting Control Wiring
16
Frequency converter functions are commanded by receiving
control input signals.
•
Each terminal must be programmed for the
function it will be supporting in the parameters
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associated with that terminal. SeeTable 2.3 for
terminals and associated parameters.
•
•
It is important to confirm that the control terminal
is programmed for the correct function. See 4 User
Interface for details on accessing parameters and
5 About Frequency Converter Programming for
details on programming.
2 2
The default terminal programming is intended to
initiate frequency converter functioning in a typical
operational mode.
2.4.5.6 Jumper Terminals 12 and 27
A jumper wire may be required between terminal 12 (or 13)
and terminal 27 for the frequency converter to operate when
using factory default programming values.
•
Digital input terminal 27 is designed to receive an
24V DC external interlock command. In many
applications, the user wires an external interlock
device to terminal 27
•
When no interlock device is used, wire a jumper
between control terminal 12 (recommended) or 13
to terminal 27. This provides in internal 24V signal
on terminal 27
•
•
•
Illustration 2.14 Location of Terminals 53 and 54 Switches and Bus
Termination Switch
No signal present prevents the unit from operating
When the status line at the bottom of the LCP
reads AUTO REMOTE COAST, this indicates that the
unit is ready to operate but is missing an input
signal on terminal 27.
When factory installed optional equipment is wired
to terminal 27, do not remove that wiring
2.4.5.7 Terminal 53 and 54 Switches
•
Analog input terminals 53 and 54 can select either
voltage (-10 to 10V) or current (0/4-20mA) input
signals
•
Remove power to the frequency converter before
changing switch positions
•
Set switches A53 and A54 to select the signal type.
U selects voltage, I selects current.
•
The switches are accessible when the LCP has been
removed (see Illustration 2.14). Note that some
option cards available for the unit may cover these
switches and must be removed to change switch
settings. Always remove power to the unit before
removing option cards.
•
Terminal 53 default is for a speed reference signal
in open loop set in 16-61 Terminal 53 Switch Setting
•
Terminal 54 default is for a feedback signal in
closed loop set in 16-63 Terminal 54 Switch Setting
2.4.5.8 Terminal 37
Terminal 37 Safe Stop Function
The FC 302 and FC 301 (optional for A1 enclosure) is
available with safe stop functionality via control terminal 37.
Safe stop disables the control voltage of the power semiconductors of the frequency converter output stage which in
turn prevents generating the voltage required to rotate the
motor. When the Safe Stop (T37) is activated, the frequency
converter issues an alarm, trips the unit, and coasts the
motor to a stop. Manual restart is required. The safe stop
function can be used for stopping the frequency converter in
emergency stop situations. In the normal operating mode
when safe stop is not required, use the frequency converter’s
regular stop function instead. When automatic restart is used
– the requirements according to ISO 12100-2 paragraph
5.3.2.5 must be fulfilled.
Liability Conditions
It is the responsibility of the user to ensure personnel
installing and operating the Safe Stop function:
•
Read and understand the safety regulations
concerning health and safety/accident prevention
•
Understand the generic and safety guidelines given
in this description and the extended description in
the Design Guide
•
Have a good knowledge of the generic and safety
standards applicable to the specific application
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User is defined as: integrator, operator, servicing,
maintenance staff.
Standards
Use of safe stop on terminal 37 requires that the user satisfies
all provisions for safety including relevant laws, regulations
and guidelines. The optional safe stop function complies
with the following standards.
before using this function. Depending on the
application a mechanical brake may be required.
•
Concerning synchronous and permanent magnet
motor frequency converters in case of a multiple
IGBT power semiconductor failure: In spite of the
activation of the Safe torque off function, the
frequency converter system can produce an
alignment torque which maximally rotates the
motor shaft by 180/p degrees. p denotes the pole
pair number.
•
This function is suitable for performing mechanical
work on the frequency converter system or
affected area of a machine only. It does not provide
electrical safety. This function should not be used
as a control for starting and/or stopping the
frequency converter.
EN 954-1: 1996 Category 3
IEC 60204-1: 2005 category 0 – uncontrolled stop
IEC 61508: 1998 SIL2
IEC 61800-5-2: 2007 – safe torque off (STO) function
IEC 62061: 2005 SIL CL2
ISO 13849-1: 2006 Category 3 PL d
ISO 14118: 2000 (EN 1037) – prevention of
unexpected start up
The information and instructions of the instruction manual
are not sufficient for a proper and safe use of the safe stop
functionality. The related information and instructions of the
relevant Design Guide must be followed.
The following requirements have to be meet to perform a
safe installation of the frequency converter:
1.
Remove the jumper wire between control
terminals 37 and 12 or 13. Cutting or breaking the
jumper is not sufficient to avoid short-circuiting.
(See jumper on Illustration 2.15.)
2.
Connect an external Safety monitoring relay via a
NO safety function (the instruction for the safety
device must be followed) to terminal 37 (safe stop)
and either terminal 12 or 13 (24V DC). The Safety
monitoring relay must comply with Category 3 (EN
954-1) / PL “d” (ISO 13849-1).
Protective Measures
•
Safety engineering systems may only be installed
and commissioned by qualified and skilled
personnel
•
The unit must be installed in an IP54 cabinet or in
an equivalent environment
•
The cable between terminal 37 and the external
safety device must be short circuit protected
according to ISO 13849-2 table D.4
•
If any external forces influence the motor axis (e.g.
suspended loads), additional measures (e.g., a
safety holding brake) are required in order to
eliminate hazards
Safe Stop Installation and Set-Up
WARNING
SAFE STOP FUNCTION!
The safe stop function does NOT isolate mains voltage to the
frequency converter or auxiliary circuits. Perform work on
electrical parts of the frequency converter or the motor only
after isolating the mains voltage supply and waiting the
length of time specified under Safety in this manual. Failure
to isolate the mains voltage supply from the unit and waiting
the time specified could result in death or serious injury.
•
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Illustration 2.15 Jumper between Terminal 12/13 (24V) and 37
It is not recommended to stop the frequency
converter by using the Safe Torque Off function. If
a running frequency converter is stopped by using
the function, the unit will trip and stop by coasting.
If this is not acceptable, e.g. causes danger, the
frequency converter and machinery must be
stopped using the appropriate stopping mode
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Illustration 2.16 Installation to Achieve a Stopping Category 0 (EN 60204-1) with Safety Cat. 3 (EN 954-1) / PL “d” (ISO 13849-1).
1
Safety device Cat. 3 (circuit interrupt device, possibly with 7
Inverter
release input)
2
Door contact
8
Motor
3
Contactor (Coast)
9
5V DC
4
Frequency converter
10
Safe channel
5
Mains
11
Short-circuit protected cable (if not inside installation cabinet)
6
Control board
Safe Stop Commissioning Test
After installation and before first operation, perform a commissioning test of the installation making use of safe stop. Moreover,
perform the test after each modification of the installation.
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2.4.5.9 Mechanical Brake Control
In hoisting/lowering applications, it is necessary to be able
to control an electro-mechanical brake:
• Control the brake using any relay output or digital
output (terminal 27 or 29).
•
Keep the output closed (voltage-free) as long as
the frequency converter is unable to ‘support’ the
motor, for example due to the load being too
heavy.
•
Select Mechanical brake control [32] in par. 5-4* for
applications with an electro-mechanical brake.
•
The brake is released when the motor current
exceeds the preset value in 2-20 Release Brake
Current.
•
The brake is engaged when the output frequency is
less than the frequency set in 2-21 Activate Brake
Speed [RPM]or 2-22 Activate Brake Speed [Hz], and
only if the frequency converter carries out a stop
command.
If the frequency converter is in alarm mode or in an overvoltage situation, the mechanical brake immediately cuts in.
In the vertical movement, the key point is that the load must
be held, stopped, controlled (raised, lowered) in a perfectly
safe mode during the entire operation. Because the
frequency converter is not a safety device, the crane/lift
designer (OEM) must decide on the type and number of
safety devices (e.g. speed switch, emergency brakes etc.) to
be used, in order to be able to stop the load in case of
emergency or malfunction of the system, according to
relevant national crane/lift regulations.
2.4.6 Serial Communication
Connect RS-485 serial communication wiring to terminals
(+)68 and (-)69.
•
Screened serial communication cable is
recommended
•
See 2.4.2 Earth (Grounding) Requirements for proper
grounding
Illustration 2.18 Serial Communication Wiring Diagram
For basic serial communication set-up, select the following
1.
Protocol type in 8-30 Protocol.
2.
Frequency converter address in 8-31 Address.
3.
Baud rate in 8-32 Baud Rate.
•
Two communication protocols are internal to the
frequency converter. Follow motor manufacturer
wiring requirements.
Danfoss FC
Modbus RTU
•
Functions can be programmed remotely using the
protocol software and RS-485 connection or in
parameter group 8-** Communications and Options
•
Selecting a specific communication protocol
changes various default parameter settings to
match that protocol’s specifications along with
making additional protocol-specific parameters
available
•
Option cards which install into the frequency
converter are available to provide additional
communication protocols. See the option-card
documentation for installation and operation
instructions
Illustration 2.17 Connecting the Mechanical Brake to the
Frequency Converter
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3.1 Pre-start
3.1.1 Safety Inspection
3 3
WARNING
HIGH VOLTAGE!
If input and output connections have been connected
improperly, there is potential for high voltage on these
terminals. If power leads for multiple motors are improperly
run in same conduit, there is potential for leakage current to
charge capacitors within the frequency converter, even
when disconnected from mains input. For initial start up,
make no assumptions about power components. Follow prestart procedures. Failure to follow pre-start procedures could
result in personal injury or damage to equipment.
1.
Input power to the unit must be OFF and locked
out. Do not rely on the frequency converter
disconnect switches for input power isolation.
2.
Verify that there is no voltage on input terminals L1
(91), L2 (92), and L3 (93), phase-to-phase and
phase-to-ground,
3.
Verify that there is no voltage on output terminals
96 (U), 97 (V), and 98 (W), phase-to-phase and
phase-to-ground.
4.
Confirm continuity of the motor by measuring ohm
values on U-V (96-97), V-W (97-98), and W-U
(98-96).
5.
Check for proper grounding of the frequency
converter as well as the motor.
6.
Inspect the frequency converter for loose
connections on terminals.
7.
Record the following motor-nameplate data:
power, voltage, frequency, full load current, and
nominal speed. These values are needed to
program motor nameplate data later.
8.
Confirm that the supply voltage matches voltage of
frequency converter and motor.
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3.1.2 Start Up Check List
CAUTION
Before applying power to the unit, inspect the entire installation as detailed in Table 3.1. Check mark those items when
completed.
Inspect for
Description
Auxiliary equipment
•
Look for auxiliary equipment, switches, disconnects, or input fuses/circuit breakers
that may reside on input power side of frequency converter or output side to
motor. Examine their operational readiness and ensure that they are ready in all
respects for operation at full speed.
•
Check function and installation of any sensors used for feedback to frequency
converter
Cable routing
•
•
Remove power factor correction caps on motor(s), if present
Ensure that input power, motor wiring, and control wiring are separated or in
three separate metallic conduits for high frequency noise isolation
Control wiring
•
•
Check for broken or damaged wires and loose connections
Check that control wiring is isolated from power and motor wiring for noise
immunity
•
•
Check the voltage source of the signals, if necessary
The use of shielded cable or twisted pair is recommended. Ensure that the shield
is terminated correctly.
Cooling clearance
•
Measure that top and bottom clearance is adequate to ensure proper air flow for
cooling
EMC considerations
Environmental considerations
Fusing and circuit breakers
•
•
•
•
•
Check for proper installation regarding electromagnetic compatibility
See equipment label for the maximum ambient operating temperature limits
Humidity levels must be 5-95% non-condensing
Check for proper fusing or circuit breakers
Check that all fuses are inserted firmly and in operational condition and that all
circuit breakers are in the open position
Grounding
Input and output power wiring
Panel interior
Switches
Vibration
•
•
•
The unit requires a ground wire from its chassis to the building ground
•
•
•
•
•
Check for loose connections
Check for good ground connections that are tight and free of oxidation
Grounding to conduit or mounting the back panel to a metal surface is not a
suitable ground
Check that motor and mains are in separate conduit or separated screened cables
Inspect that the unit interior is free of dirt, metal chips, moisture, and corrosion
Ensure that all switch and disconnect settings are in the proper position
Check that the unit is mounted solidly or that shock mounts are used, as
necessary
•
Look for any unusual amount of vibration the unit may be subjected to
Table 3.1 Start Up Check List
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3.2 Applying Power to the Frequency Converter
WARNING
HIGH VOLTAGE!
1.
Press [Main Menu] twice on the LCP.
2.
Use the navigation keys to scroll to parameter
group 0-** Operation/Display and press [OK].
Frequency converters contain high voltage when connected
to AC mains. Installation, start-up and maintenance should
be performed by qualified personnel only. Failure to perform
installation, start-up and maintenance by qualified personnel
could result in death or serious injury.
3 3
WARNING
UNINTENDED START!
When frequency converter is connected to AC mains, the
motor may start at any time. The frequency converter, motor,
and any driven equipment must be in operational readiness.
Failure to be in operational readiness when the frequency
converter is connected to AC mains could result in death,
serious injury, equipment, or property damage.
1.
Confirm input voltage is balanced within 3%. If not,
correct input voltage imbalance before
proceeding. Repeat procedure after voltage
correction.
2.
Ensure optional equipment wiring, if present,
matches installation application.
3.
Ensure that all operator devices are in the OFF
position. Panel doors closed or cover mounted.
4.
Apply power to the unit. DO NOT start the
frequency converter at this time. For units with a
disconnect switch, turn to the ON position to apply
power to the frequency converter.
3.
Use navigation keys to scroll to parameter group
0-0* Basic Settings and press [OK].
4.
Use navigation keys to scroll to 0-03 Regional
Settings and press [OK].
5.
Use navigation keys to select International or North
America as appropriate and press [OK]. (This
changes the default settings for a number of basic
parameters. See 5.4 International/North American
Default Parameter Settings for a complete list.)
6.
Press [Quick Menu] on the LCP.
NOTE
If the status line at the bottom of the LCP reads AUTO
REMOTE COAST, this indicates that the unit is ready to
operate but is missing an input signal on terminal 27. See
Illustration 2.15 for details.
3.3 Basic Operational Programming
Frequency converters require basic operational
programming prior to running for best performance. Basic
operational programming requires entering motornameplate data for the motor being operated and the
minimum and maximum motor speeds. Enter data in
accordance with the following procedure. Parameter settings
recommended are intended for start up and checkout
purposes. Application settings may vary. See 4 User Interface
for detailed instructions on entering data through the LCP.
Enter data with power ON, but prior to operating the
frequency converter.
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Use the navigation keys to scroll to parameter
group Q2 Quick Setup and press [OK].
3.4 Automatic Motor Adaptation
Automatic motor adaptation (AMA) is a test procedure that
measures the electrical characteristics of the motor to
optimize compatibility between the frequency converter and
the motor.
•
The frequency converter builds a mathematical
model of the motor for regulating output motor
current. The procedure also tests the input phase
balance of electrical power. It compares the motor
characteristics with the data entered in parameters
1-20 to 1-25.
•
It does not cause the motor to run or harm to the
motor
•
Some motors may be unable to run the complete
version of the test. In that case, select Enable
reduced AMA
•
If an output filter is connected to the motor, select
Enable reduced AMA
•
If warnings or alarms occur, see 8 Warnings and
Alarms
•
Run this procedure on a cold motor for best results
3 3
8.
Select language and press [OK]. Then enter the
motor data in parameters 1-20/1-21 through 1-25.
The information can be found on the motor
nameplate.
1-20 Motor Power [kW] or 1-21 Motor
Power [HP]
1-22 Motor Voltage
1-23 Motor Frequency
1-24 Motor Current
1-25 Motor Nominal Speed
To run AMA
1.
Press [Main Menu] to access parameters.
9.
A jumper wire should be in place between control
terminals 12 and 27. If this is the case, leave
5-12 Terminal 27 Digital Input at factory default.
Otherwise select No Operation. For frequency
converters with an optional Danfoss bypass, no
jumper wire is required.
10.
3-02 Minimum Reference
11.
3-03 Maximum Reference
12.
3-41 Ramp 1 Ramp Up Time
13.
3-42 Ramp 1 Ramp Down Time
14.
3-13 Reference Site. Linked to Hand/Auto* Local
Remote.
2.
Scroll to parameter group 1-** Load and Motor.
3.
Press [OK].
4.
Scroll to parameter group 1-2* Motor Data.
5.
Press [OK].
6.
Scroll to 1-29 Automatic Motor Adaptation (AMA).
7.
Press [OK].
8.
Select Enable complete AMA.
9.
Press [OK].
10.
Follow on-screen instructions.
11.
The test will run automatically and indicate when it
is complete.
This concludes the quick set-up procedure. Press [Status] to
return to the operational display.
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3.5 Check Motor Rotation
NOTE
Prior to running the frequency converter, check the motor
rotation.
If the feedback is negative, the encoder connection is wrong!
3.7 Local-control Test
1. Press [Hands on].
2. Press [►] for positive speed reference.
3. Check that the speed displayed is positive.
When 1-06 Clockwise Direction is set to [0]* Normal (default
clockwise):
4a. Verify that the motor turns clockwise.
5a. Verify that the LCP direction arrow is clockwise.
When 1-06 Clockwise Direction is set to [1] Inverse (counterclockwise):
4b. Verify that the motor turns counter-clockwise.
5b. Verify that the LCP direction arrow is counterclockwise.
3.6 Check Encoder Rotation
Check encoder rotation only if encoder feedback is used.
Check encoder rotation in default open loop control.
1.
Check in 16-57 Feedback [RPM] that the feed-back is
positive
Verify that the encoder connection is according to
the wiring diagram:
CAUTION
3 3
MOTOR START!
Ensure that the motor, system, and any attached equipment
is ready for start. It is the responsibility of the user to ensure
safe operation under any operational condition. Failure to
ensure that the motor, system, and any attached equipment
is ready for start could result in personal injury or equipment
damage.
NOTE
The hand on key on the LCP provides a local start command
to the frequency converter. The OFF key provides the stop
function.
When operating in local mode, the up and down arrows on
the LCP increase and decrease the speed output of the
frequency converter. The left and right arrow keys move the
display cursor in the numeric display.
1.
Press [Hand On].
2.
Accelerate the frequency converter by pressing [▲]
to full speed. Moving the cursor left of the decimal
point provides quicker input changes.
3.
Note any acceleration problems.
4.
Press [OFF].
5.
Note any deceleration problems.
If acceleration problems were encountered
NOTE
When using an encoder option, refer to the option manual
2.
Enter the Speed PID feed-back source in 7-00 Speed
PID Feedback Source.
3.
Press [Hand On]
4.
Press [►] for positive speed reference
(1-06 Clockwise Direction at [0]* Normal).
•
If warnings or alarms occur, see 8 Warnings and
Alarms
•
•
Check that motor data is entered correctly
•
•
Increase current limit in 4-18 Current Limit
Increase the ramp-up time in 3-41 Ramp 1 Ramp Up
Time
Increase torque limit in 4-16 Torque Limit Motor
Mode
If deceleration problems were encountered
•
If warnings or alarms occur, see 8 Warnings and
Alarms
•
•
Check that motor data is entered correctly
Increase the ramp-down time in 3-42 Ramp 1 Ramp
Down Time
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Enable overvoltage control in 2-17 Over-voltage
Control
See 8.4 Warning and Alarm Definitions for resetting the
frequency converter after a trip.
NOTE
3.1 Pre-start through 3.7 Local-control Test in this chapter
conclude the procedures for applying power to the
frequency converter, basic programming, set-up, and
functional testing.
3.8 System Start Up
The procedure in this section requires user-wiring and
application programming to be completed. 6 Application SetUp Examples is intended to help with this task. Other aids to
application set-up are listed in 1.2 Additional Resources. The
following procedure is recommended after application setup by the user is completed.
CAUTION
MOTOR START!
Ensure that the motor, system, and any attached equipment
is ready for start. It is the responsibility of the user to ensure
safe operation under any operational condition. Failure to
ensure that the motor, system, and any attached equipment
is ready for start could result in personal injury or equipment
damage.
1.
Press [Auto On].
2.
Ensure that external control functions are properly
wired to the frequency converter and all
programming completed.
3.
Apply an external run command.
4.
Adjust the speed reference throughout the speed
range.
5.
Remove the external run command.
6.
Note any problems.
If warnings or alarms occur, see 8 Warnings and Alarms.
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4 User Interface
4.1.1 LCP Layout
4.1 Local Control Panel
The local control panel (LCP) is the combined display and
keypad on the front of the unit. The LCP is the user interface
to the frequency converter.
The LCP is divided into four functional groups (see
Illustration 4.1).
The LCP has several user functions.
4 4
•
Start, stop, and control speed when in local
control
•
Display operational data, status, warnings and
cautions
•
•
Programming frequency converter functions
Manually reset the frequency converter after a fault
when auto-reset is inactive
An optional numeric LCP (NLCP) is also available. The NLCP
operates in a manner similar to the LCP. See the
Programming Guide for details on use of the NLCP.
NOTE
The display contrast can be adjusted by pressing [STATUS]
and the up/ down key.
Illustration 4.1 LCP
a.
Display area.
b.
Display menu keys for changing the display to
show status options, programming, or error
message history.
c.
Navigation keys for programming functions,
moving the display cursor, and speed control in
local operation. Also included are the status
indicator lights.
d.
Operational mode keys and reset.
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4.1.2 Setting LCP Display Values
4.1.3 Display Menu Keys
The display area is activated when the frequency converter
receives power from mains voltage, a DC bus terminal, or an
external 24V supply.
Menu keys are used for menu access for parameter set-up,
toggling through status display modes during normal
operation, and viewing fault log data.
The information displayed on the LCP can be customized for
user application.
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Each display readout has a parameter associated
with it.
•
•
Options are selected in main menu 0-2*
Key
Function
Status
Press to show operational information.
•
The frequency converter status at the bottom line
of the display is generated automatically and is not
selectable. See 7 Status Messages for definitions and
details.
In Auto mode, press and hold to toggle
between status read-out displays
•
Press repeatedly to scroll through each status
display
•
Default setting
Press and hold [Status] plus [▲] or [▼] to
Display
Parameter number
1.1
0-20
Speed [RPM]
1.2
0-21
Motor Current
1.3
0-22
Power [kW]
display shows the direction of motor rotation
2
0-23
Frequency
and which set-up is active. This is not
3
0-24
Reference [%]
programmable.
adjust the display brightness
•
Quick Menu
The symbol in the upper right corner of the
Allows access to programming parameters for
initial set up instructions and many detailed
application instructions.
•
Press to access Q2 Quick Setup for sequenced
instructions to program the basic frequency
controller set up
•
Follow the sequence of parameters as
presented for the function set up
Main Menu
Allows access to all programming parameters.
• Press twice to access top-level index
•
Press once to return to the last location
accessed
•
Press and hold to enter a parameter number
for direct access to that parameter
Alarm Log
Displays a list of current warnings, the last 10
alarms, and the maintenance log.
•
For details about the frequency converter
before it entered the alarm mode, select the
alarm number using the navigation keys and
press [OK].
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4.1.4 Navigation Keys
Key
Function
Hand On
Press to start the frequency converter in local
control.
Navigation keys are used for programming functions and
moving the display cursor. The navigation keys also provide
speed control in local (hand) operation. Three frequency
converter status indicator lights are also located in this area.
•
Use the navigation keys to control frequency
converter speed
•
An external stop signal by control input or
serial communication overrides the local hand
on
Off
Stops the motor but does not remove power to
the frequency converter.
Auto On
Puts the system in remote operational mode.
•
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Responds to an external start command by
control terminals or serial communication
•
Reset
Speed reference is from an external source
Resets the frequency converter manually after a
fault has been cleared.
4.2 Back Up and Copying Parameter Settings
Programming data is stored internally in the frequency
converter.
Key
Function
Back
Reverts to the previous step or list in the menu
structure.
Cancel
Cancels the last change or command as long as the
display mode has not changed.
Info
Press for a definition of the function being displayed.
Navigation
Use the four navigation arrows to move between
Keys
items in the menu.
OK
Use to access parameter groups or to enable a
•
The data can be up loaded into the LCP memory as
a storage back up
•
Once stored in the LCP, the data can be
downloaded back into the frequency converter
•
Or downloaded into other frequency converters by
connecting the LCP into those units and
downloading the stored settings. (This is a quick
way to program multiple units with the same
settings.)
•
Initialisation of the frequency converter to restore
factory default settings does not change data
stored in the LCP memory
choice.
Light
Indicator
Green
ON
Function
The ON light activates when the
frequency converter receives power
from mains voltage, a DC bus
terminal, or an external 24 V supply.
Yellow
WARN
When warning conditions are met,
the yellow WARN light comes on
and text appears in the display area
identifying the problem.
Red
ALARM
A fault condition causes the red
alarm light to flash and an alarm
text is displayed.
WARNING
UNINTENDED START!
When frequency converter is connected to AC mains, the
motor may start at any time. The frequency converter, motor,
and any driven equipment must be in operational readiness.
Failure to be in operational readiness when the frequency
converter is connected to AC mains could result in death,
serious injury, equipment, or property damage.
4.1.5 Operation Keys
Operation keys are found at the bottom of the control panel.
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4.2.1 Uploading Data to the LCP
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1.
Press [OFF] to stop the motor before uploading or
downloading data.
2.
Go to 0-50 LCP Copy.
3.
Press [OK].
4.
Select All to LCP.
5.
Press [OK]. A progress bar shows the uploading
process.
6.
Press [Hand On] or [Auto On] to return to normal
operation.
4.2.2 Downloading Data from the LCP
1.
Press [OFF] to stop the motor before uploading or
downloading data.
4.3.1 Recommended Initialisation
1.
Press [Main Menu] twice to access parameters.
2.
Scroll to 14-22 Operation Mode.
3.
Press [OK].
4.
Scroll to Initialisation.
5.
Press [OK].
6.
Remove power to the unit and wait for the display
to turn off.
7.
Apply power to the unit.
Default parameter settings are restored during start up. This
may take slightly longer than normal.
8.
Alarm 80 is displayed.
9.
Press [Reset] to return to operation mode.
2.
Go to 0-50 LCP Copy.
3.
Press [OK].
4.
Select All from LCP.
1.
5.
Press [OK]. A progress bar shows the downloading
process.
Remove power to the unit and wait for the display
to turn off.
2.
Press and hold [Status], [Main Menu], and [OK] at
the same time and apply power to the unit.
6.
4.3.2 Manual Initialisation
Press [Hand On] or [Auto On] to return to normal
operation.
Factory default parameter settings are restored during start
up. This may take slightly longer than normal.
4.3 Restoring Default Settings
Manual initialisation does not reset the following frequency
converter information
CAUTION
Initialisation restores the unit to factory default settings. Any
programming, motor data, localization, and monitoring
records will be lost. Uploading data to the LCP provides a
backup prior to initialisation.
Restoring the frequency converter parameter settings back
to default values is done by initialisation of the frequency
converter. Initialisation can be through 14-22 Operation Mode
or manually.
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•
Initialisation using 14-22 Operation Mode does not
change frequency converter data such as operating
hours, serial communication selections, personal
menu settings, fault log, alarm log, and other
monitoring functions
•
Using 14-22 Operation Mode is generally
recommended
•
Manual initialisation erases all motor,
programming, localization, and monitoring data
and restores factory default settings
•
•
•
•
15-00 Operating Hours
15-03 Power Up's
15-04 Over Temp's
15-05 Over Volt's
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5 About Frequency Converter Programming
5.1 Introduction
The frequency converter is programmed for its application
functions using parameters. Parameters are accessed by
pressing either [Quick Menu] or [Main Menu] on the LCP.
(See 4 User Interface for details on using the LCP function
keys.) Parameters may also be accessed through a PC using
the MCT 10 Set-up Software (see 5.6.1 Remote Programming
with ).
3.
The quick menu is intended for initial start up (Q2-** Quick
Set Up). Data entered in a parameter can change the options
available in the parameters following that entry.
3-03 Maximum Reference. Set maximum internal
frequency converter reference to 60Hz. (This sets
the maximum frequency converter speed at 60Hz.
Note that 50/60Hz is a regional variation.)
The main menu accesses all parameters and allows for
advanced frequency converter applications.
5.2 Programming Example
Here is an example for programming the frequency
converter for a common application in open loop using the
quick menu.
•
This procedure programs the frequency converter
to receive a 0-10V DC analog control signal on
input terminal 53
•
The frequency converter will respond by providing
6-60Hz output to the motor proportional to the
input signal (0-10V DC = 6-60Hz)
4.
6-10 Terminal 53 Low Voltage. Set minimum
external voltage reference on Terminal 53 at 0V.
(This sets the minimum input signal at 0V.)
5.
6-11 Terminal 53 High Voltage. Set maximum
external voltage reference on Terminal 53 at 10V.
(This sets the maximum input signal at 10V.)
Select the following parameters using the navigation keys to
scroll to the titles and press [OK] after each action.
1.
3-15 Reference Resource 1
2.
3-02 Minimum Reference. Set minimum internal
frequency converter reference to 0Hz. (This sets the
minimum frequency converter speed at 0Hz.)
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6-14 Terminal 53 Low Ref./Feedb. Value. Set
minimum speed reference on Terminal 53 at 6Hz.
(This tells the frequency converter that the
minimum voltage received on Terminal 53 (0V)
equals 6Hz output.)
6-15 Terminal 53 High Ref./Feedb. Value. Set
maximum speed reference on Terminal 53 at 60Hz.
(This tells the frequency converter that the
maximum voltage received on Terminal 53 (10V)
equals 60Hz output.)
5.3 Control Terminal Programming
Examples
Control terminals can be programmed.
•
Each terminal has specified functions it is capable
of performing
•
Parameters associated with the terminal enable the
function
•
For proper frequency converter functioning, the
control terminals must be
Wired properly
Programmed for the intended function
Receiving a signal
See Table 2.3 for control terminal parameter number and
default setting. (Default setting can change based on the
selection in 0-03 Regional Settings.)
With an external device providing a 0-10V control signal
connected to frequency converter terminal 53, the system is
now ready for operation. Note that the scroll bar on the right
in the last illustration of the display is at the bottom,
indicating the procedure is complete.
Illustration 5.1 shows the wiring connections used to enable
this set up.
Illustration 5.1 Wiring Example for External Device Providing 0-10V
Control Signal (frequency converter left, external device right)
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The following example shows accessing Terminal 18 to see
the default setting.
1.
Press [Main Menu] twice, scroll to parameter group
5-** Digital In/Out and press [OK].
Parameter
1-23 Motor
International
North American
default parameter default parameter
value
value
50Hz
60Hz
3-03 Maximum
Reference
50Hz
60Hz
3-04 Reference
Function
Sum
External/Preset
4-13 Motor Speed
High Limit [RPM]
1500RPM
1800RPM
50Hz
60Hz
132Hz
120Hz
Frequency
See Note 3 and 5
4-14 Motor Speed
High Limit [Hz]
2.
Scroll to parameter group 5-1* Digital Inputs and
press [OK].
See Note 4
4-19 Max Output
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4-53 Warning Speed 1500RPM
1800RPM
High
5-12 Terminal 27
Coast inverse
External interlock
Digital Input
5-40 Function Relay No operation
No alarm
6-15 Terminal 53
50
60
No operation
Speed 4-20mA
Manual reset
Infinite auto reset
High Ref./Feedb.
Value
3.
Scroll to 5-10 Terminal 18 Digital Input. Press [OK] to
access function choices. The default setting Start is
shown.
6-50 Terminal 42
Output
14-20 Reset Mode
Table 5.1 International/North American Default Parameter Settings
5.4 International/North American Default
Parameter Settings
Setting 0-03 Regional Settings to [0]International or [1] North
America changes the default settings for some parameters.
Table 5.1 lists those parameters that are effected.
Parameter
0-03 Regional
International
North American
default parameter default parameter
value
value
International
North America
Settings
1-20 Motor Power
See Note 1
See Note 1
See Note 2
See Note 2
230V/400V/575V
208V/460V/575V
Note 1: 1-20 Motor Power [kW] is only visible when
0-03 Regional Settings is set to [0] International.
Note 2: 1-21 Motor Power [HP], is only visible when
0-03 Regional Settings is set to [1] North America.
Note 3: This parameter is only visible when 0-02 Motor Speed
Unit is set to [0] RPM.
Note 4: This parameter is only visible when 0-02 Motor Speed
Unit is set to [1] Hz.
Note 5: The default value depends on the number of motor
poles. For a 4 poled motor the international default value is
1500RPM and for a 2 poled motor 3000RPM. The
corresponding values for North America is 1800 and
3600RPM, respectively.
Changes made to default settings are stored and available
for viewing in the quick menu along with any programming
entered into parameters.
1.
Press [Quick Menu].
2.
Scroll to Q5 Changes Made and press [OK].
[kW]
1-21 Motor Power
[HP]
1-22 Motor Voltage
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Select Q5-2 Since Factory Setting to view all
programming changes or Q5-1 Last 10 Changes for
the most recent.
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5.5 Parameter Menu Structure
Establishing the correct programming for applications often
requires setting functions in several related parameters.
These parameter settings provide the frequency converter
with system details for the frequency converter to operate
properly. System details may include such things as input
and output signal types, programming terminals, minimum
and maximum signal ranges, custom displays, automatic
restart, and other features.
•
See the LCP display to view detailed parameter
programming and setting options.
•
Press [Info] in any menu location to view additional
details for that function.
•
Press and hold [Main Menu] to enter a parameter
number for direct access to that parameter.
•
Details for common application set ups are
provided in 6 Application Set-Up Examples.
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0-**
0-0*
0-01
0-02
0-03
0-04
0-09
0-1*
0-10
0-11
0-12
0-13
0-14
--15
0-2*
0-20
0-21
0-22
0-23
0-24
0-25
0-3*
0-30
0-31
0-32
0-37
0-38
0-39
0-4*
0-40
0-41
0-42
0-43
0-44
0-45
0-5*
0-50
0-51
0-6*
0-60
0-61
0-65
0-66
0-67
1-**
1-0*
1-00
1-01
1-02
1-03
1-04
1-05
1-06
1-1*
1-10
Operation / Display
Basic Settings
Language
Motor Speed Unit
Regional Settings
Operating State at Power-up (Hand)
Performance Monitor
Set-up Operations
Active Set-up
Edit Set-up
This Set-up Linked to
Readout: Linked Set-ups
Readout: Edit Set-ups / Channel
Readout: actual setup
LCP Display
Display Line 1.1 Small
Display Line 1.2 Small
Display Line 1.3 Small
Display Line 2 Large
Display Line 3 Large
My Personal Menu
LCP Custom Readout
Unit for User-defined Readout
Min Value of User-defined Readout
Max Value of User-defined Readout
Display Text 1
Display Text 2
Display Text 3
LCP Keypad
[Hand on] Key on LCP
[Off] Key on LCP
[Auto on] Key on LCP
[Reset] Key on LCP
[Off/Reset] Key on LCP
[Drive Bypass] Key on LCP
Copy/Save
LCP Copy
Set-up Copy
Password
Main Menu Password
Access to Main Menu w/o Password
Quick Menu Password
Access to Quick Menu w/o Password
Bus Password Access
Load and Motor
General Settings
Configuration Mode
Motor Control Principle
Flux Motor Feedback Source
Torque Characteristics
Overload Mode
Local Mode Configuration
Clockwise Direction
Motor Selection
Motor Construction
5.5.1 Main Menu
Structure
1-2*
1-20
1-21
1-22
1-23
1-24
1-25
1-26
1-29
1-3*
1-30
1-31
1-33
1-34
1-35
1-36
1-37
1-39
1-40
1-41
1-5*
1-50
1-51
1-52
1-53
1-54
1-55
1-56
1-58
1-59
1-6*
1-60
1-61
1-62
1-63
1-64
1-65
1-66
1-67
1-68
1-69
1-7*
1-71
1-72
1-73
1-74
1-75
1-76
1-8*
1-80
1-81
1-82
1-83
1-84
1-85
1-9*
1-90
1-91
1-93
1-94
Motor Data
1-95
Motor Power [kW]
1-96
Motor Power [HP]
1-97
Motor Voltage
1-98
Motor Frequency
1-99
Motor Current
2-**
Motor Nominal Speed
2-0*
Motor Cont. Rated Torque
2-00
Automatic Motor Adaptation (AMA)
Adv. Motor Data
2-01
Stator Resistance (Rs)
2-02
Rotor Resistance (Rr)
2-03
Stator Leakage Reactance (X1)
2-04
Rotor Leakage Reactance (X2)
2-05
2-1*
Main Reactance (Xh)
2-10
Iron Loss Resistance (Rfe)
2-11
d-axis Inductance (Ld)
2-12
Motor Poles
2-13
Back EMF at 1000 RPM
2-15
Motor Angle Offset
Load Indep. Setting
2-16
Motor Magnetisation at Zero Speed
2-17
Min Speed Normal Magnetising [RPM] 2-18
Min Speed Normal Magnetising [Hz]
2-19
2-2*
Model Shift Frequency
2-20
Voltage reduction in fieldweakening
2-21
U/f Characteristic - U
2-22
U/f Characteristic - F
2-23
Flystart Test Pulses Current
2-24
Flystart Test Pulses Frequency
Load Depen. Setting
2-25
Low Speed Load Compensation
2-26
High Speed Load Compensation
2-27
Slip Compensation
2-28
3-**
Slip Compensation Time Constant
3-0*
Resonance Dampening
Resonance Dampening Time Constant 3-00
3-01
Min. Current at Low Speed
3-02
Load Type
3-03
Minimum Inertia
3-04
Maximum Inertia
Start Adjustments
3-1*
Start Delay
3-10
Start Function
3-11
Flying Start
3-12
Start Speed [RPM]
3-13
Start Speed [Hz]
3-14
Start Current
3-15
Stop Adjustments
3-16
Function at Stop
3-17
Min Speed for Function at Stop [RPM] 3-18
Min Speed for Function at Stop [Hz]
3-19
3-4*
Precise Stop Function
3-40
Precise Stop Counter Value
Precise Stop Speed Compensation Delay 3-41
Motor Temperature
3-42
Motor Thermal Protection
3-45
Motor External Fan
3-46
Thermistor Resource
3-47
ATEX ETR cur.lim. speed reduction
KTY Sensor Type
KTY Thermistor Resource
KTY Threshold level
ATEX ETR interpol. points freq.
ATEX ETR interpol points current
Brakes
DC-Brake
DC Hold Current
DC Brake Current
DC Braking Time
DC Brake Cut In Speed [RPM]
DC Brake Cut In Speed [Hz]
Maximum Reference
Brake Energy Funct.
Brake Function
Brake Resistor (ohm)
Brake Power Limit (kW)
Brake Power Monitoring
Brake Check
AC brake Max. Current
Over-voltage Control
Brake Check Condition
Over-voltage Gain
Mechanical Brake
Release Brake Current
Activate Brake Speed [RPM]
Activate Brake Speed [Hz]
Activate Brake Delay
Stop Delay
Brake Release Time
Torque Ref
Torque Ramp Time
Gain Boost Factor
Reference / Ramps
Reference Limits
Reference Range
Reference/Feedback Unit
Minimum Reference
Maximum Reference
Reference Function
References
Preset Reference
Jog Speed [Hz]
Catch up/slow Down Value
Reference Site
Preset Relative Reference
Reference Resource 1
Reference Resource 2
Reference Resource 3
Relative Scaling Reference Resource
Jog Speed [RPM]
Ramp 1
Ramp 1 Type
Ramp 1 Ramp up Time
Ramp 1 Ramp Down Time
Ramp 1 S-ramp Ratio at Accel. Start
Ramp 1 S-ramp Ratio at Accel. End
Ramp 1 S-ramp Ratio at Decel. Start
3-48
3-5*
3-50
3-51
3-52
3-55
3-56
3-57
3-58
3-6*
3-60
3-61
3-62
3-65
3-66
3-67
3-68
3-7*
3-70
3-71
3-72
3-75
3-76
3-77
3-78
3-8*
3-80
3-81
3-82
3-83
3-84
3-9*
3-90
3-91
3-92
3-93
3-94
3-95
4-**
4-1*
4-10
4-11
4-12
4-13
4-14
4-16
4-17
4-18
4-19
4-2*
4-20
4-21
4-3*
4-30
4-31
4-32
4-34
4-35
4-36
Ramp 1 S-ramp Ratio at Decel. End
Ramp 2
Ramp 2 Type
Ramp 2 Ramp up Time
Ramp 2 Ramp down Time
Ramp 2 S-ramp Ratio at Accel. Start
Ramp 2 S-ramp Ratio at Accel. End
Ramp 2 S-ramp Ratio at Decel. Start
Ramp 2 S-ramp Ratio at Decel. End
Ramp 3
Ramp 3 Type
Ramp 3 Ramp up Time
Ramp 3 Ramp down Time
Ramp 3 S-ramp Ratio at Accel. Start
Ramp 3 S-ramp Ratio at Accel. End
Ramp 3 S-ramp Ratio at Decel. Start
Ramp 3 S-ramp Ratio at Decel. End
Ramp 4
Ramp 4 Type
Ramp 4 Ramp up Time
Ramp 4 Ramp Down Time
Ramp 4 S-ramp Ratio at Accel. Start
Ramp 4 S-ramp Ratio at Accel. End
Ramp 4 S-ramp Ratio at Decel. Start
Ramp 4 S-ramp Ratio at Decel. End
Other Ramps
Jog Ramp Time
Quick Stop Ramp Time
Quick Stop Ramp Type
Quick Stop S-ramp Ratio at Decel. Start
Quick Stop S-ramp Ratio at Decel. End
Digital Pot.Meter
Step Size
Ramp Time
Power Restore
Maximum Limit
Minimum Limit
Ramp Delay
Limits / Warnings
Motor Limits
Motor Speed Direction
Motor Speed Low Limit [RPM]
Motor Speed Low Limit [Hz]
Motor Speed High Limit [RPM]
Motor Speed High Limit [Hz]
Torque Limit Motor Mode
Torque Limit Generator Mode
Current Limit
Max Output Frequency
Limit Factors
Torque Limit Factor Source
Speed Limit Factor Source
Motor Speed Mon.
Motor Feedback Loss Function
Motor Feedback Speed Error
Motor Feedback Loss Timeout
Tracking Error Function
Tracking Error
Tracking Error Timeout
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4-37
4-38
4-39
4-5*
4-50
4-51
4-52
4-53
4-54
4-55
4-56
4-57
4-58
4-6*
4-60
4-61
4-62
4-63
5-**
5-0*
5-00
5-01
5-02
5-1*
5-10
5-11
5-12
5-13
5-14
5-15
5-16
5-17
5-18
5-19
5-20
5-21
5-22
5-23
5-24
5-25
5-26
5-3*
5-30
5-31
5-32
5-33
5-4*
5-40
5-41
5-42
5-5*
5-50
5-51
5-52
5-53
5-54
5-55
5-56
5-57
Tracking Error Ramping
Tracking Error Ramping Timeout
Tracking Error After Ramping Timeout
Adj. Warnings
Warning Current Low
Warning Current High
Warning Speed Low
Warning Speed High
Warning Reference Low
Warning Reference High
Warning Feedback Low
Warning Feedback High
Missing Motor Phase Function
Speed Bypass
Bypass Speed From [RPM]
Bypass Speed From [Hz]
Bypass Speed To [RPM]
Bypass Speed To [Hz]
Digital In/Out
Digital I/O mode
Digital I/O Mode
Terminal 27 Mode
Terminal 29 Mode
Digital Inputs
Terminal 18 Digital Input
Terminal 19 Digital Input
Terminal 27 Digital Input
Terminal 29 Digital Input
Terminal 32 Digital Input
Terminal 33 Digital Input
Terminal X30/2 Digital Input
Terminal X30/3 Digital Input
Terminal X30/4 Digital Input
Terminal 37 Safe Stop
Terminal X46/1 Digital Input
Terminal X46/3 Digital Input
Terminal X46/5 Digital Input
Terminal X46/7 Digital Input
Terminal X46/9 Digital Input
Terminal X46/11 Digital Input
Terminal X46/13 Digital Input
Digital Outputs
Terminal 27 Digital Output
Terminal 29 Digital Output
Term X30/6 Digi Out (MCB 101)
Term X30/7 Digi Out (MCB 101)
Relays
Function Relay
On Delay, Relay
Off Delay, Relay
Pulse Input
Term. 29 Low Frequency
Term. 29 High Frequency
Term. 29 Low Ref./Feedb. Value
Term. 29 High Ref./Feedb. Value
Pulse Filter Time Constant #29
Term. 33 Low Frequency
Term. 33 High Frequency
Term. 33 Low Ref./Feedb. Value
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5-58
5-59
5-6*
5-60
5-62
5-63
5-65
5-66
5-68
5-7*
5-70
5-71
5-9*
5-90
5-93
5-94
5-95
5-96
5-97
5-98
6-**
6-0*
6-00
6-01
6-1*
6-10
6-11
6-12
6-13
6-14
6-15
6-16
6-2*
6-20
6-21
6-22
6-23
6-24
6-25
6-26
6-3*
6-30
6-31
6-34
6-35
6-36
6-4*
6-40
6-41
6-44
6-45
6-46
6-5*
6-50
6-51
6-52
6-53
6-54
6-55
Term. 33 High Ref./Feedb. Value
Pulse Filter Time Constant #33
Pulse Output
Terminal 27 Pulse Output Variable
Pulse Output Max Freq #27
Terminal 29 Pulse Output Variable
Pulse Output Max Freq #29
Terminal X30/6 Pulse Output Variable
Pulse Output Max Freq #X30/6
24V Encoder Input
Term 32/33 Pulses per Revolution
Term 32/33 Encoder Direction
Bus Controlled
Digital & Relay Bus Control
Pulse Out #27 Bus Control
Pulse Out #27 Timeout Preset
Pulse Out #29 Bus Control
Pulse Out #29 Timeout Preset
Pulse Out #X30/6 Bus Control
Pulse Out #X30/6 Timeout Preset
Analog In/Out
Analog I/O Mode
Live Zero Timeout Time
Live Zero Timeout Function
Analog Input 1
Terminal 53 Low Voltage
Terminal 53 High Voltage
Terminal 53 Low Current
Terminal 53 High Current
Terminal 53 Low Ref./Feedb. Value
Terminal 53 High Ref./Feedb. Value
Terminal 53 Filter Time Constant
Analog Input 2
Terminal 54 Low Voltage
Terminal 54 High Voltage
Terminal 54 Low Current
Terminal 54 High Current
Terminal 54 Low Ref./Feedb. Value
Terminal 54 High Ref./Feedb. Value
Terminal 54 Filter Time Constant
Analog Input 3
Terminal X30/11 Low Voltage
Terminal X30/11 High Voltage
Term. X30/11 Low Ref./Feedb. Value
Term. X30/11 High Ref./Feedb. Value
Term. X30/11 Filter Time Constant
Analog Input 4
Terminal X30/12 Low Voltage
Terminal X30/12 High Voltage
Term. X30/12 Low Ref./Feedb. Value
Term. X30/12 High Ref./Feedb. Value
Term. X30/12 Filter Time Constant
Analog Output 1
Terminal 42 Output
Terminal 42 Output Min Scale
Terminal 42 Output Max Scale
Term 42 Output Bus Ctrl
Terminal 42 Output Timeout Preset
Analog Output Filter
6-6*
6-60
6-61
6-62
6-63
6-64
6-7*
6-70
6-71
6-72
6-73
6-74
6-8*
6-80
6-81
6-82
6-83
6-84
7-**
7-0*
7-00
7-02
7-03
7-04
7-05
7-06
7-07
7-08
7-1*
7-12
7-13
7-2*
7-20
7-22
7-3*
7-30
7-31
7-32
7-33
7-34
7-35
7-36
7-38
7-39
7-4*
7-40
7-41
7-42
7-43
7-44
7-45
7-46
7-48
7-49
7-5*
7-50
7-51
7-52
7-53
Analog Output 2
Terminal X30/8 Output
Terminal X30/8 Min. Scale
Terminal X30/8 Max. Scale
Terminal X30/8 Bus Control
Terminal X30/8 Output Timeout Preset
Analog Output 3
Terminal X45/1 Output
Terminal X45/1 Min. Scale
Terminal X45/1 Max. Scale
Terminal X45/1 Bus Control
Terminal X45/1 Output Timeout Preset
Analog Output 4
Terminal X45/3 Output
Terminal X45/3 Min. Scale
Terminal X45/3 Max. Scale
Terminal X45/3 Bus Control
Terminal X45/3 Output Timeout Preset
Controllers
Speed PID Ctrl.
Speed PID Feedback Source
Speed PID Proportional Gain
Speed PID Integral Time
Speed PID Differentiation Time
Speed PID Diff. Gain Limit
Speed PID Lowpass Filter Time
Speed PID Feedback Gear Ratio
Speed PID Feed Forward Factor
Torque PI Ctrl.
Torque PI Proportional Gain
Torque PI Integration Time
Process Ctrl. Feedb
Process CL Feedback 1 Resource
Process CL Feedback 2 Resource
Process PID Ctrl.
Process PID Normal/ Inverse Control
Process PID Anti Windup
Process PID Start Speed
Process PID Proportional Gain
Process PID Integral Time
Process PID Differentiation Time
Process PID Diff. Gain Limit
Process PID Feed Forward Factor
On Reference Bandwidth
Adv. Process PID I
Process PID I-part Reset
Process PID Output Neg. Clamp
Process PID Output Pos. Clamp
Process PID Gain Scale at Min. Ref.
Process PID Gain Scale at Max. Ref.
Process PID Feed Fwd Resource
Process PID Feed Fwd Normal/ Inv. Ctrl.
PCD Feed Forward
Process PID Output Normal/ Inv. Ctrl.
Adv. Process PID II
Process PID Extended PID
Process PID Feed Fwd Gain
Process PID Feed Fwd Ramp up
Process PID Feed Fwd Ramp down
7-56
7-57
8-**
8-0*
8-01
8-02
8-03
8-04
8-05
8-06
8-07
8-08
8-1*
8-10
8-13
8-14
8-3*
8-30
8-31
8-32
8-33
8-34
8-35
8-36
8-37
8-4*
8-40
8-41
8-42
8-43
8-5*
8-50
8-51
8-52
8-53
8-54
8-55
8-56
8-57
8-58
8-8*
8-80
8-81
8-82
8-83
8-9*
8-90
8-91
9-**
9-00
9-07
9-15
9-16
9-18
9-22
9-23
9-27
9-28
9-44
Process PID Ref. Filter Time
Process PID Fb. Filter Time
Comm. and Options
General Settings
Control Site
Control Word Source
Control Word Timeout Time
Control Word Timeout Function
End-of-Timeout Function
Reset Control Word Timeout
Diagnosis Trigger
Readout Filtering
Ctrl. Word Settings
Control Word Profile
Configurable Status Word STW
Configurable Control Word CTW
FC Port Settings
Protocol
Address
FC Port Baud Rate
Parity / Stop Bits
Estimated cycle time
Minimum Response Delay
Max Response Delay
Max Inter-Char Delay
FC MC protocol set
Telegram selection
Parameters for signals
PCD write configuration
PCD read configuration
Digital/Bus
Coasting Select
Quick Stop Select
DC Brake Select
Start Select
Reversing Select
Set-up Select
Preset Reference Select
Profidrive OFF2 Select
Profidrive OFF3 Select
FC Port Diagnostics
Bus Message Count
Bus Error Count
Slave Messages Rcvd
Slave Error Count
Bus Jog
Bus Jog 1 Speed
Bus Jog 2 Speed
PROFIdrive
Setpoint
Actual Value
PCD Write Configuration
PCD Read Configuration
Node Address
Telegram Selection
Parameters for Signals
Parameter Edit
Process Control
Fault Message Counter
9-45 Fault Code
9-47 Fault Number
9-52 Fault Situation Counter
9-53 Profibus Warning Word
9-63 Actual Baud Rate
9-64 Device Identification
9-65 Profile Number
9-67 Control Word 1
9-68 Status Word 1
9-71 Profibus Save Data Values
9-72 ProfibusDriveReset
9-75 DO Identification
9-80 Defined Parameters (1)
9-81 Defined Parameters (2)
9-82 Defined Parameters (3)
9-83 Defined Parameters (4)
9-84 Defined Parameters (5)
9-90 Changed Parameters (1)
9-91 Changed Parameters (2)
9-92 Changed Parameters (3)
9-93 Changed parameters (4)
9-94 Changed parameters (5)
9-99 Profibus Revision Counter
10-** CAN Fieldbus
10-0* Common Settings
10-00 CAN Protocol
10-01 Baud Rate Select
10-02 MAC ID
10-05 Readout Transmit Error Counter
10-06 Readout Receive Error Counter
10-07 Readout Bus Off Counter
10-1* DeviceNet
10-10 Process Data Type Selection
10-11 Process Data Config Write
10-12 Process Data Config Read
10-13 Warning Parameter
10-14 Net Reference
10-15 Net Control
10-2* COS Filters
10-20 COS Filter 1
10-21 COS Filter 2
10-22 COS Filter 3
10-23 COS Filter 4
10-3* Parameter Access
10-30 Array Index
10-31 Store Data Values
10-32 Devicenet Revision
10-33 Store Always
10-34 DeviceNet Product Code
10-39 Devicenet F Parameters
10-5* CANopen
10-50 Process Data Config Write.
10-51 Process Data Config Read.
12-** Ethernet
12-0* IP Settings
12-00 IP Address Assignment
12-01 IP Address
12-02 Subnet Mask
12-03 Default Gateway
12-04 DHCP Server
12-05 Lease Expires
12-06 Name Servers
12-07 Domain Name
12-08 Host Name
12-09 Physical Address
12-1* Ethernet Link Parameters
12-10 Link Status
12-11 Link Duration
12-12 Auto Negotiation
12-13 Link Speed
12-14 Link Duplex
12-2* Process Data
12-20 Control Instance
12-21 Process Data Config Write
12-22 Process Data Config Read
12-23 Process Data Config Write Size
12-24 Process Data Config Read Size
12-27 Primary Master
12-28 Store Data Values
12-29 Store Always
12-3* EtherNet/IP
12-30 Warning Parameter
12-31 Net Reference
12-32 Net Control
12-33 CIP Revision
12-34 CIP Product Code
12-35 EDS Parameter
12-37 COS Inhibit Timer
12-38 COS Filter
12-4* Modbus TCP
12-40 Status Parameter
12-41 Slave Message Count
12-42 Slave Exception Message Count
12-5* EtherCAT
12-50 Configured Station Alias
12-51 Configured Station Address
12-59 EtherCAT Status
12-8* Other Ethernet Services
12-80 FTP Server
12-81 HTTP Server
12-82 SMTP Service
12-89 Transparent Socket Channel Port
12-9* Advanced Ethernet Services
12-90 Cable Diagnostic
12-91 Auto Cross Over
12-92 IGMP Snooping
12-93 Cable Error Length
12-94 Broadcast Storm Protection
12-95 Broadcast Storm Filter
12-96 Port Config
12-98 Interface Counters
12-99 Media Counters
13-** Smart Logic
13-0* SLC Settings
13-00 SL Controller Mode
13-01 Start Event
13-02 Stop Event
13-03 Reset SLC
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13-1* Comparators
13-10 Comparator Operand
13-11 Comparator Operator
13-12 Comparator Value
13-1* RS Flip Flops
13-15 RS-FF Operand S
13-16 RS-FF Operand R
13-2* Timers
13-20 SL Controller Timer
13-4* Logic Rules
13-40 Logic Rule Boolean 1
13-41 Logic Rule Operator 1
13-42 Logic Rule Boolean 2
13-43 Logic Rule Operator 2
13-44 Logic Rule Boolean 3
13-5* States
13-51 SL Controller Event
13-52 SL Controller Action
14-** Special Functions
14-0* Inverter Switching
14-00 Switching Pattern
14-01 Switching Frequency
14-03 Overmodulation
14-04 PWM Random
14-06 Dead Time Compensation
14-1* Mains On/Off
14-10 Mains Failure
14-11 Mains Voltage at Mains Fault
14-12 Function at Mains Imbalance
14-13 Mains Failure Step Factor
14-14 Kin. Backup Time Out
14-2* Trip Reset
14-20 Reset Mode
14-21 Automatic Restart Time
14-22 Operation Mode
14-23 Typecode Setting
14-24 Trip Delay at Current Limit
14-25 Trip Delay at Torque Limit
14-26 Trip Delay at Inverter Fault
14-28 Production Settings
14-29 Service Code
14-3* Current Limit Ctrl.
14-30 Current Lim Ctrl, Proportional Gain
14-31 Current Lim Ctrl, Integration Time
14-32 Current Lim Ctrl, Filter Time
14-35 Stall Protection
14-4* Energy Optimising
14-40 VT Level
14-41 AEO Minimum Magnetisation
14-42 Minimum AEO Frequency
14-43 Motor Cosphi
14-5* Environment
14-50 RFI Filter
14-51 DC Link Compensation
14-52 Fan Control
14-53 Fan Monitor
14-55 Output Filter
14-56 Capacitance Output Filter
14-57 Inductance Output Filter
14-59 Actual Number of Inverter Units
14-7* Compatibility
14-72 Legacy Alarm Word
14-73 Legacy Warning Word
14-74 Leg. Ext. Status Word
14-8* Options
14-80 Option Supplied by External 24VDC
14-89 Option Detection
14-9* Fault Settings
14-90 Fault Level
15-** Drive Information
15-0* Operating Data
15-00 Operating Hours
15-01 Running Hours
15-02 kWh Counter
15-03 Power Up's
15-04 Over Temp's
15-05 Over Volt's
15-06 Reset kWh Counter
15-07 Reset Running Hours Counter
15-1* Data Log Settings
15-10 Logging Source
15-11 Logging Interval
15-12 Trigger Event
15-13 Logging Mode
15-14 Samples Before Trigger
15-2* Historic Log
15-20 Historic Log: Event
15-21 Historic Log: Value
15-22 Historic Log: Time
15-3* Fault Log
15-30 Fault Log: Error Code
15-31 Fault Log: Value
15-32 Fault Log: Time
15-4* Drive Identification
15-40 FC Type
15-41 Power Section
15-42 Voltage
15-43 Software Version
15-44 Ordered Typecode String
15-45 Actual Typecode String
15-46 Frequency Converter Ordering No
15-47 Power Card Ordering No
15-48 LCP Id No
15-49 SW ID Control Card
15-50 SW ID Power Card
15-51 Frequency Converter Serial Number
15-53 Power Card Serial Number
15-59 CSIV Filename
15-6* Option Ident
15-60 Option Mounted
15-61 Option SW Version
15-62 Option Ordering No
15-63 Option Serial No
15-70 Option in Slot A
15-71 Slot A Option SW Version
15-72 Option in Slot B
15-73 Slot B Option SW Version
15-74 Option in Slot C0
15-75 Slot C0 Option SW Version
15-76 Option in Slot C1
15-77 Slot C1 Option SW Version
15-9* Parameter Info
15-92 Defined Parameters
15-93 Modified Parameters
15-98 Drive Identification
15-99 Parameter Metadata
16-** Data Readouts
16-0* General Status
16-00 Control Word
16-01 Reference [Unit]
16-02 Reference %
16-03 Status Word
16-05 Main Actual Value [%]
16-09 Custom Readout
16-1* Motor Status
16-10 Power [kW]
16-11 Power [hp]
16-12 Motor Voltage
16-13 Frequency
16-14 Motor Current
16-15 Frequency [%]
16-16 Torque [Nm]
16-17 Speed [RPM]
16-18 Motor Thermal
16-19 KTY sensor temperature
16-20 Motor Angle
16-21 Torque [%] High Res.
16-22 Torque [%]
16-25 Torque [Nm] High
16-3* Drive Status
16-30 DC Link Voltage
16-32 Brake Energy /s
16-33 Brake Energy /2 min
16-34 Heatsink Temp.
16-35 Inverter Thermal
16-36 Inv. Nom. Current
16-37 Inv. Max. Current
16-38 SL Controller State
16-39 Control Card Temp.
16-40 Logging Buffer Full
16-41 LCP Bottom Statusline
16-49 Current Fault Source
16-5* Ref. & Feedb.
16-50 External Reference
16-51 Pulse Reference
16-52 Feedback [Unit]
16-53 Digi Pot Reference
16-57 Feedback [RPM]
16-6* Inputs & Outputs
16-60 Digital Input
16-61 Terminal 53 Switch Setting
16-62 Analog Input 53
16-63 Terminal 54 Switch Setting
16-64 Analog Input 54
16-65 Analog Output 42 [mA]
16-66 Digital Output [bin]
16-67 Freq. Input #29 [Hz]
16-68 Freq. Input #33 [Hz]
16-69 Pulse Output #27 [Hz]
16-70 Pulse Output #29 [Hz]
16-71 Relay Output [bin]
16-72 Counter A
16-73 Counter B
16-74 Prec. Stop Counter
16-75 Analog In X30/11
16-76 Analog In X30/12
16-77 Analog Out X30/8 [mA]
16-78 Analog Out X45/1 [mA]
16-79 Analog Out X45/3 [mA]
16-8* Fieldbus & FC Port
16-80 Fieldbus CTW 1
16-82 Fieldbus REF 1
16-84 Comm. Option STW
16-85 FC Port CTW 1
16-86 FC Port REF 1
16-9* Diagnosis Readouts
16-90 Alarm Word
16-91 Alarm Word 2
16-92 Warning Word
16-93 Warning Word 2
16-94 Ext. Status Word
17-** Feedback Option
17-1* Inc. Enc. Interface
17-10 Signal Type
17-11 Resolution (PPR)
17-2* Abs. Enc. Interface
17-20 Protocol Selection
17-21 Resolution (Positions/Rev)
17-24 SSI Data Length
17-25 Clock Rate
17-26 SSI Data Format
17-34 HIPERFACE Baudrate
17-5* Resolver Interface
17-50 Poles
17-51 Input Voltage
17-52 Input Frequency
17-53 Transformation Ratio
17-56 Encoder Sim. Resolution
17-59 Resolver Interface
17-6* Monitoring and App.
17-60 Feedback Direction
17-61 Feedback Signal Monitoring
18-** Data Readouts 2
18-3* Analog Readouts
18-36 Analog Input X48/2 [mA]
18-37 Temp. Input X48/4
18-38 Temp. Input X48/7
18-39 Temp. Input X48/10
18-6* Inputs & Outputs 2
18-60 Digital Input 2
18-90 PID Readouts
18-90 Process PID Error
18-91 Process PID Output
18-92 Process PID Clamped Output
18-93 Process PID Gain Scaled Output
30-** Special Features
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30-0* Wobbler
30-00 Wobble Mode
30-01 Wobble Delta Frequency [Hz]
30-02 Wobble Delta Frequency [%]
30-03 Wobble Delta Freq. Scaling Resource
30-04 Wobble Jump Frequency [Hz]
30-05 Wobble Jump Frequency [%]
30-06 Wobble Jump Time
30-07 Wobble Sequence Time
30-08 Wobble Up/ Down Time
30-09 Wobble Random Function
30-10 Wobble Ratio
30-11 Wobble Random Ratio Max.
30-12 Wobble Random Ratio Min.
30-19 Wobble Delta Freq. Scaled
30-2* Adv. Start Adjust
30-20 High Starting Torque Time [s]
30-21 High Starting Torque Current [%]
30-22 Locked Rotor Protection
30-23 Locked Rotor Detection Time [s]
30-8* Compatibility (I)
30-80 d-axis Inductance (Ld)
30-81 Brake Resistor (ohm)
30-83 Speed PID Proportional Gain
30-84 Process PID Proportional Gain
31-** Bypass Option
31-00 Bypass Mode
31-01 Bypass Start Time Delay
31-02 Bypass Trip Time Delay
31-03 Test Mode Activation
31-10 Bypass Status Word
31-11 Bypass Running Hours
31-19 Remote Bypass Activation
32-** MCO Basic Settings
32-0* Encoder 2
32-00 Incremental Signal Type
32-01 Incremental Resolution
32-02 Absolute Protocol
32-03 Absolute Resolution
32-04 Absolute Encoder Baudrate X55
32-05 Absolute Encoder Data Length
32-06 Absolute Encoder Clock Frequency
32-07 Absolute Encoder Clock Generation
32-08 Absolute Encoder Cable Length
32-09 Encoder Monitoring
32-10 Rotational Direction
32-11 User Unit Denominator
32-12 User Unit Numerator
32-13 Enc.2 Control
32-14 Enc.2 node ID
32-15 Enc.2 CAN guard
32-3* Encoder 1
32-30 Incremental Signal Type
32-31 Incremental Resolution
32-32 Absolute Protocol
32-33 Absolute Resolution
32-35 Absolute Encoder Data Length
32-36 Absolute Encoder Clock Frequency
32-37 Absolute Encoder Clock Generation
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32-38 Absolute Encoder Cable Length
32-39 Encoder Monitoring
32-40 Encoder Termination
32-43 Enc.1 Control
32-44 Enc.1 node ID
32-45 Enc.1 CAN guard
32-5* Feedback Source
32-50 Source Slave
32-51 MCO 302 Last Will
32-52 Source Master
32-6* PID Controller
32-60 Proportional factor
32-61 Derivative factor
32-62 Integral factor
32-63 Limit Value for Integral Sum
32-64 PID Bandwidth
32-65 Velocity Feed-Forward
32-66 Acceleration Feed-Forward
32-67 Max. Tolerated Position Error
32-68 Reverse Behavior for Slave
32-69 Sampling Time for PID Control
32-70 Scan Time for Profile Generator
32-71 Size of the Control Window (Activation)
32-72 Size of the Control Window (Deactiv.)
32-73 Integral limit filter time
32-74 Position error filter time
32-8* Velocity & Accel.
32-80 Maximum Velocity (Encoder)
32-81 Shortest Ramp
32-82 Ramp Type
32-83 Velocity Resolution
32-84 Default Velocity
32-85 Default Acceleration
32-86 Acc. up for limited jerk
32-87 Acc. down for limited jerk
32-88 Dec. up for limited jerk
32-89 Dec. down for limited jerk
32-9* Development
32-90 Debug Source
33-** MCO Adv. Settings
33-0* Home Motion
33-00 Force HOME
33-01 Zero Point Offset from Home Pos.
33-02 Ramp for Home Motion
33-03 Velocity of Home Motion
33-04 Behaviour during HomeMotion
33-1* Synchronization
33-10 Sync Factor Master
33-11 Sync Factor Slave
33-12 Position Offset for Synchronization
33-13 Accuracy Window for Position Sync.
33-14 Relative Slave Velocity Limit
33-15 Marker Number for Master
33-16 Marker Number for Slave
33-17 Master Marker Distance
33-18 Slave Marker Distance
33-19 Master Marker Type
33-20 Slave Marker Type
33-21 Master Marker Tolerance Window
33-22 Slave Marker Tolerance Window
33-23 Start Behaviour for Marker Sync
33-24 Marker Number for Fault
33-25 Marker Number for Ready
33-26 Velocity Filter
33-27 Offset Filter Time
33-28 Marker Filter Configuration
33-29 Filter Time for Marker Filter
33-30 Maximum Marker Correction
33-31 Synchronisation Type
33-32 Feed Forward Velocity Adaptation
33-33 Velocity Filter Window
33-34 Slave Marker filter time
33-4* Limit Handling
33-40 Behaviour at End Limit Switch
33-41 Negative Software End Limit
33-42 Positive Software End Limit
33-43 Negative Software End Limit Active
33-44 Positive Software End Limit Active
33-45 Time in Target Window
33-46 Target Window LimitValue
33-47 Size of Target Window
33-5* I/O Configuration
33-50 Terminal X57/1 Digital Input
33-51 Terminal X57/2 Digital Input
33-52 Terminal X57/3 Digital Input
33-53 Terminal X57/4 Digital Input
33-54 Terminal X57/5 Digital Input
33-55 Terminal X57/6 Digital Input
33-56 Terminal X57/7 Digital Input
33-57 Terminal X57/8 Digital Input
33-58 Terminal X57/9 Digital Input
33-59 Terminal X57/10 Digital Input
33-60 Terminal X59/1 and X59/2 Mode
33-61 Terminal X59/1 Digital Input
33-62 Terminal X59/2 Digital Input
33-63 Terminal X59/1 Digital Output
33-64 Terminal X59/2 Digital Output
33-65 Terminal X59/3 Digital Output
33-66 Terminal X59/4 Digital Output
33-67 Terminal X59/5 Digital Output
33-68 Terminal X59/6 Digital Output
33-69 Terminal X59/7 Digital Output
33-70 Terminal X59/8 Digital Output
33-8* Global Parameters
33-80 Activated Program Number
33-81 Power-up State
33-82 Drive Status Monitoring
33-83 Behaviour afterError
33-84 Behaviour afterEsc.
33-85 MCO Supplied by External 24VDC
33-86 Terminal at alarm
33-87 Terminal state at alarm
33-88 Status word at alarm
33-9* MCO Port Settings
33-90 X62 MCO CAN node ID
33-91 X62 MCO CAN baud rate
33-94 X60 MCO RS485 serial termination
33-95 X60 MCO RS485 serial baud rate
34-** MCO Data Readouts
34-0* PCD Write Par.
34-01 PCD 1 Write to MCO
34-02 PCD 2 Write to MCO
34-03 PCD 3 Write to MCO
34-04 PCD 4 Write to MCO
34-05 PCD 5 Write to MCO
34-06 PCD 6 Write to MCO
34-07 PCD 7 Write to MCO
34-08 PCD 8 Write to MCO
34-09 PCD 9 Write to MCO
34-10 PCD 10 Write to MCO
34-2* PCD Read Par.
34-21 PCD 1 Read from MCO
34-22 PCD 2 Read from MCO
34-23 PCD 3 Read from MCO
34-24 PCD 4 Read from MCO
34-25 PCD 5 Read from MCO
34-26 PCD 6 Read from MCO
34-27 PCD 7 Read from MCO
34-28 PCD 8 Read from MCO
34-29 PCD 9 Read from MCO
34-30 PCD 10 Read from MCO
34-4* Inputs & Outputs
34-40 Digital Inputs
34-41 Digital Outputs
34-5* Process Data
34-50 Actual Position
34-51 Commanded Position
34-52 Actual Master Position
34-53 Slave Index Position
34-54 Master Index Position
34-55 Curve Position
34-56 Track Error
34-57 Synchronizing Error
34-58 Actual Velocity
34-59 Actual Master Velocity
34-60 Synchronizing Status
34-61 Axis Status
34-62 Program Status
34-64 MCO 302 Status
34-65 MCO 302 Control
34-7* Diagnosis readouts
34-70 MCO Alarm Word 1
34-71 MCO Alarm Word 2
35-** Sensor Input Option
35-0* Temp. Input Mode
35-00 Term. X48/4 Temp. Unit
35-01 Term. X48/4 Input Type
35-02 Term. X48/7 Temp. Unit
35-03 Term. X48/7 Input Type
35-04 Term. X48/10 Temp. Unit
35-05 Term. X48/10 Input Type
35-06 Temperature Sensor Alarm Function
35-1* Temp. Input X48/4
35-14 Term. X48/4 Filter Time Constant
35-15 Term. X48/4 Temp. Monitor
35-16 Term. X48/4 Low Temp. Limit
35-17 Term. X48/4 High Temp. Limit
35-2* Temp. Input X48/7
35-24 Term. X48/7 Filter Time Constant
35-25 Term. X48/7 Temp. Monitor
35-26 Term. X48/7 Low Temp. Limit
35-27 Term. X48/7 High Temp. Limit
35-3* Temp. Input X48/10
35-34 Term. X48/10 Filter Time Constant
35-35 Term. X48/10 Temp. Monitor
35-36 Term. X48/10 Low Temp. Limit
35-37 Term. X48/10 High Temp. Limit
35-4* Analog Input X48/2
35-42 Term. X48/2 Low Current
35-43 Term. X48/2 High Current
35-44 Term. X48/2 Low Ref./Feedb. Value
35-45 Term. X48/2 High Ref./Feedb. Value
35-46 Term. X48/2 Filter Time Constant
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5.6 Remote Programming with MCT 10 Setup Software
Danfoss has a software program available for developing,
storing, and transferring frequency converter programming.
The MCT 10 Set-up Software allows the user to connect a PC
to the frequency converter and perform live programming
rather than using the LCP. Also, all frequency converter
programming can be done off-line and simply downloaded
into frequency converter. Or the entire frequency converter
profile can be loaded onto the PC for back up storage or
analysis.
The USB connector or RS-485 terminal are available for
connecting to the frequency converter.
MCT 10 Set-up Software is available for free download at
www.VLT-software.com. A CD is also available by requesting
part number 130B1000. A user’s manual provides detailed
operation instructions.
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Application Set-Up Examples
6 Application Set-Up Examples
Parameters
Function
6.1 Introduction
NOTE
1-29 Automatic
Setting
[1] Enable
Motor Adaptation complete
A jumper wire may be required between terminal 12 (or 13)
and terminal 27 for the frequency converter to operate when
using factory default programming values. See 2.4.1.1 Jumper
Terminals 12 and 27 for details.
(AMA)
AMA
5-12 Terminal 27 [0] No
Digital Input
operation
* = Default Value
Notes/comments: Parameter
The examples in this section are intended as a quick
reference for common applications.
•
group 1-2* must be set
according to motor
Parameter settings are the regional default values
unless otherwise indicated (selected in
0-03 Regional Settings)
•
Parameters associated with the terminals and their
settings are shown next to the drawings
•
Where switch settings for analog terminals A53 or
A54 are required, these are also shown
6.2 Application Examples
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Table 6.2 AMA without T27 Connected
Parameters
Function
Parameters
Setting
Function
1-29 Automatic
[1] Enable
Motor Adaptation complete
6-10 Terminal 53
Low Voltage
0.07V*
AMA
(AMA)
6-11 Terminal 53 10V*
5-12 Terminal 27 [2]* Coast
Digital Input
Setting
High Voltage
inverse
6-14 Terminal 53 0RPM
* = Default Value
Low Ref./Feedb.
Notes/comments: Parameter
Value
group 1-2* must be set
6-15 Terminal 53 1500RPM
according to motor
High Ref./Feedb.
Value
* = Default Value
Notes/comments:
Table 6.1 AMA with T27 Connected
Table 6.3 Analog Speed Reference (Voltage)
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Function
Parameters
Setting
Function
6-12 Terminal 53 4mA*
5-10 Terminal 18 [9] Latched
Low Current
Digital Input
6-13 Terminal 53 20mA*
5-12 Terminal 27 [6] Stop
High Current
Digital Input
6-14 Terminal 53 0RPM
* = Default Value
Low Ref./Feedb.
Notes/comments:
Start
Inverse
Value
If 5-12 Terminal 27 Digital Input is
6-15 Terminal 53 1500RPM
set to [0] No operation, a jumper
High Ref./Feedb.
wire to terminal 27 is not
Value
needed.
* = Default Value
Notes/comments:
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Table 6.6 Pulse Start/Stop
Table 6.4 Analog Speed Reference (Current)
Parameters
Function
Setting
5-10 Terminal 18 [8] Start*
Digital Input
5-12 Terminal 27 [0] No
Digital Input
operation
5-19 Terminal 37 [1] Safe Stop
Safe Stop
Alarm
* = Default Value
Notes/comments:
If 5-12 Terminal 27 Digital Input is
set to [0] No operation, a jumper
wire to terminal 27 is not
needed.
Table 6.5 Start/Stop Command with Safe Stop
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Parameters
Function
5-10 Terminal 18
Parameters
Setting
Function
[8] Start
Setting
6-10 Terminal 53
Digital Input
Low Voltage
0.07V*
5-11 Terminal 19
[10]
6-11 Terminal 53 10V*
Digital Input
Reversing*
High Voltage
6-14 Terminal 53 0RPM
5-12 Terminal 27
[0] No
Digital Input
operation
5-14 Terminal 32
[16] Preset
Digital Input
ref bit 0
5-15 Terminal 33
[17] Preset
Digital Input
ref bit 1
Low Ref./Feedb.
Value
6-15 Terminal 53 1500RPM
High Ref./Feedb.
Value
* = Default Value
Notes/comments:
3-10 Preset
Reference
Preset ref. 0
25%
Preset ref. 1
50%
Preset ref. 2
75%
Preset ref. 3
100%
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* = Default Value
Notes/comments:
Table 6.9 Speed Reference (using a manual potentiometer)
Parameters
Function
Table 6.7 Start/Stop with Reversing and 4 Preset Speeds
5-10 Terminal 18 [8] Start*
Parameters
Function
Setting
Digital Input
Setting
5-12 Terminal 27 [19] Freeze
Digital Input
5-11 Terminal 19 [1] Reset
Reference
5-13 Terminal 29 [21] Speed Up
Digital Input
Digital Input
* = Default Value
5-14 Terminal 32 [22] Speed
Notes/comments:
Digital Input
Down
* = Default Value
Notes/comments:
Table 6.8 External Alarm Reset
Table 6.10 Speed Up/Down
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Application Set-Up Examples
S peed
Function
R efe renc e
Setting
1-90 Motor
[2] Thermistor
Thermal
trip
Protection
S tart ( 18 )
1-93 Thermistor
[1] Analog
Source
input 53
* = Default Value
Freez e ref ( 27 )
S peed up ( 29 )
Notes/comments:
S peed down ( 32 )
If only a warning is desired,
1-90 Motor Thermal Protection
should be set to [1] Thermistor
Parameters
Function
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warning.
Setting
8-30 Protocol
FC*
8-31 Address
1*
8-32 Baud Rate
9600*
* = Default Value
Notes/comments:
Select protocol, address and
baud rate in the above
mentioned parameters.
Table 6.12 Motor Thermistor
Table 6.11 RS-485 Network Connection
CAUTION
Thermistors must use reinforced or double insulation to
meet PELV insulation requirements.
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FC
+24 V
12
+24 V
13
D IN
18
130BB839.10
Parameters
Function
Function
Setting
4-30 Motor
5-40 Function
[32] Mech.
Feedback Loss
Relay
brake ctrl.
Function
[1] Warning
5-10 Terminal 18 [8] Start*
100RPM
Digital Input
D IN
19
COM
20
D IN
27
4-31 Motor
Feedback Speed
D IN
29
Error
D IN
32
4-32 Motor
D IN
33
D IN
37
reversing
1-71 Start Delay
0.2
Feedback Loss
1-72 Start
[5] VVC+/
Timeout
Function
FLUX
+10 V
A IN
50
Feedback Source
53
17-11 Resolution
A IN
54
(PPR)
COM
55
13-00 SL
A OUT
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COM
39
R1
02
03
5-11 Terminal 19 [11] Start
Digital Input
7-00 Speed PID
01
Parameters
Setting
5 sec
[2] MCB 102
Clockwise
1-76 Start Current Im,n
1024*
2-20 Release
App.
Brake Current
dependent
2-21 Activate
Half of
Controller Mode
Brake Speed
13-01 Start Event [19] Warning
[RPM]
nominal slip
of the motor
13-02 Stop Event [44] Reset key
* = Default Value
13-10 Comparato [21] Warning
Notes/comments:
[1] On
r Operand
no.
04
r Operator
05
13-12 Comparato 90
06
r Value
13-51 SL
[22]
Controller Event
Comparator 0
13-52 SL
[32] Set
Controller Action
digital out A
low
5-40 Function
Relay
[80] SL digital
output A
Table 6.14 Mechanical Brake Control
130BB842.10
R2
13-11 Comparato [1] ≈*
1 -7 6
C urrent
S pe ed
* = Default Value
Time
1-71
Notes/comments:
2- 21 1- 71
2 -21
If the limit in the feedback
monitor is exceeded, Warning 90
will be issued. The SLC monitors
S t art ( 18 )
S t art
rev ersi ng (19 )
Warning 90 and in the case that
Warning 90 becomes TRUE then
Relay 1 is triggered.
External equipment may then
Re lay o utput
Open
C l osed
indicate that service may be
required. If the feedback error
goes below the limit again
within 5 sec. then the drive
continues and the warning
disappears. But Relay 1 will still
be triggered until [Reset] on the
LCP.
Table 6.13 Using SLC to Set a Relay
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7 Status Messages
7.1 Status Display
7.2 Status Message Definitions Table
When the frequency converter is in status mode, status
messages are generated automatically from within the
frequency converter and appear in the bottom line of the
display (see Illustration 7.1.)
The next three tables define the meaning of the status
message display words.
Operation mode
Off
The frequency converter does not react to any
control signal until [Auto On] or [Hand On] is
pressed.
Auto On
The frequency converter is controlled from the
control terminals and/or the serial communication.
Hand On
The frequency converter can be controlled by
the navigation keys on the LCP. Stop
commands, reset, reversing, DC brake, and
other signals applied to the control terminals
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can override local control.
Reference site
Remote
Illustration 7.1 Status Display
The speed reference is given from external
signals, serial communication, or internal preset
references.
a.
The first word on the status line indicates where
the stop/start command originates.
b.
The second word on the status line indicates where
the speed control originates.
c.
The last part of the status line gives the present
frequency converter status. These show the
operational mode the frequency converter is in.
NOTE
Local
The frequency converter uses [Hand On] control
or reference values from the LCP.
Operation status
AC Brake
AC Brake was selected in 2-10 Brake Function.
The AC brake over-magnetizes the motor to
achieve a controlled slow down.
AMA finish OK
Automatic motor adaptation (AMA) was carried
AMA ready
AMA is ready to start. Press [Hand On] to start.
AMA running
AMA process is in progress.
Braking
The brake chopper is in operation. Generative
out successfully.
In auto/remote mode, the frequency converter requires
external commands to execute functions.
energy is absorbed by the brake resistor.
Braking max.
The brake chopper is in operation. The power
limit for the brake resistor defined in 2-12 Brake
Power Limit (kW) is reached.
Coast
•
Coast inverse was selected as a function for
a digital input (parameter group 5-1*). The
corresponding terminal is not connected.
•
Coast activated by serial communication
Ctrl. Ramp-down Control Ramp-down was selected in
14-10 Mains Failure.
•
The mains voltage is below the value set in
14-11 Mains Voltage at Mains Fault at mains
fault
•
The frequency converter ramps down the
motor using a controlled ramp down
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Operation status
Current High
Current Low
DC Hold
The frequency converter output current is
Operation status
Jogging
above the limit set in 4-51 Warning Current
3-19 Jog Speed [RPM].
High.
•
input (parameter group 5-1*). The
below the limit set in 4-52 Warning Speed Low
corresponding terminal (e.g. Terminal 29) is
DC hold is selected in 1-80 Function at Stop and
active.
a DC current set in 2-00 DC Hold/Preheat
Current.
The motor is held with a DC current (2-01 DC
•
The Jog function is activated via the serial
communication.
•
The Jog function was selected as a reaction
for a monitoring function (e.g. No signal).
Brake Current) for a specified time (2-02 DC
The monitoring function is active.
Braking Time).
•
DC Brake is activated in 2-03 DC Brake Cut In
Motor check
•
that a motor is connected to the frequency
DC Brake (inverse) is selected as a function
converter, a permanent test current is applied
for a digital input (parameter group 5-1*).
The corresponding terminal is not active.
•
Feedback low
to the motor.
OVC control
Overvoltage control was activated in 2-17 Over-
The DC Brake is activated via serial
voltage Control. The connected motor is
communication.
supplying the frequency converter with
generative energy. The overvoltage control
feedback limit set in 4-57 Warning Feedback
adjusts the V/Hz ratio to run the motor in
High.
controlled mode and to prevent the frequency
converter from tripping.
The sum of all active feedbacks is below the
PowerUnit Off
(For frequency converters with an external 24V
Low.
power supply installed only.) Mains supply to
The remote reference is active which holds the
the frequency converter is removed, but the
control card is supplied by the external 24V.
present speed.
•
a digital input (Group 5-1*). The
Protection mode is active. The unit has detected
a critical status (an overcurrent or overvoltage).
corresponding terminal is active. Speed
•
Freeze output was selected as a function for
Protection md
functions speed up and speed down.
•
•
cation.
•
A freeze output command has been given, but
request
the motor will remain stopped until a run
Protection mode can be restricted in
14-26 Trip Delay at Inverter Fault
QStop
The motor is decelerating using 3-81 Quick Stop
permissive signal is received.
Ramp Time.
Freeze Reference was chosen as a function for a
•
digital input (parameter group 5-1*). The
Quick stop inverse was chosen as a function
for a digital input (parameter group 5-1*).
corresponding terminal is active. The frequency
The corresponding terminal is not active.
converter saves the actual reference. Changing
•
the reference is now only possible via terminal
A jog command has been given, but the motor
will be stopped until a run permissive signal is
The quick stop function was activated via
serial communication.
functions speed up and speed down.
Jog request
If possible, protection mode ends after
approximately 10sec.
Hold ramp is activated via serial communi-
Freeze output
To avoid tripping, switching frequency is
reduced to 4kHz.
control is only possible via the terminal
Freeze ref.
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The sum of all active feedbacks is above the
feedback limit set in 4-56 Warning Feedback
Freeze output
In 1-80 Function at Stop, Motor Check was
selected. A stop command is active. To ensure
Speed [RPM] and a Stop command is active.
Feedback high
Jog was selected as function for a digital
The frequency converter output current is
a stop command is active. The motor is held by
DC Stop
The motor is running as programmed in
Ramping
The motor is accelerating/decelerating using
the active Ramp Up/Down. The reference, a
limit value or a standstill is not yet reached.
received via a digital input.
Ref. high
The sum of all active references is above the
reference limit set in 4-55 Warning Reference
Ref. low
The sum of all active references is below the
High.
reference limit set in 4-54 Warning Reference
Low .
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Operation status
Run on ref.
The frequency converter is running in the
reference range. The feedback value matches
the setpoint value.
Run request
A start command has been given, but the motor
is stopped until a run permissive signal is
received via digital input.
Running
The motor is driven by the frequency converter.
Speed high
Motor speed is above the value set in
4-53 Warning Speed High.
Speed low
Motor speed is below the value set in
4-52 Warning Speed Low.
Standby
In Auto On mode, the frequency converter will
start the motor with a start signal from a digital
input or serial communication.
Start delay
In 1-71 Start Delay, a delay starting time was set.
A start command is activated and the motor will
start after the start delay time expires.
Start fwd/rev
Start forward and start reverse were selected as
functions for two different digital inputs
(parameter group 5-1*). The motor will start in
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forward or reverse depending on which
corresponding terminal is activated.
Stop
The frequency converter has received a stop
command from the LCP, digital input or serial
communication.
Trip
An alarm occurred and the motor is stopped.
Once the cause of the alarm is cleared, the
frequency converter can be reset manually by
pressing [Reset] or remotely by control
terminals or serial communication.
Trip lock
An alarm occurred and the motor is stopped.
Once the cause of the alarm is cleared, power
must be cycled to the frequency converter. The
frequency converter can then be reset manually
by pressing [Reset] or remotely by control
terminals or serial communication.
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8 Warnings and Alarms
8.1 System Monitoring
8.3 Warning and Alarm Displays
The frequency converter monitors the condition of its input
power, output, and motor factors as well as other system
performance indicators. A warning or alarm may not
necessarily indicate a problem internal to the frequency
converter itself. In many cases it indicates failure conditions
from input voltage, motor load or temperature, external
signals, or other areas monitored by the frequency
converter’s internal logic. Be sure to investigate those areas
exterior to the frequency converter as indicated in the alarm
or warning.
An alarm or trip-lock alarm will flash on display along with
the alarm number.
8.2 Warning and Alarm Types
Warnings
A warning is issued when an alarm condition is impending or
when an abnormal operating condition is present and may
result in the frequency converter issuing an alarm. A warning
clears by itself when the abnormal condition is removed.
Alarms
Trip
An alarm is issued when the frequency converter is tripped,
that is, the frequency converter suspends operation to
prevent frequency converter or system damage. The motor
will coast to a stop. The frequency converter logic will
continue to operate and monitor the frequency converter
status. After the fault condition is remedied, the frequency
converter can be reset. It will then be ready to start operation
again.
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In addition to the text and alarm code on the frequency
converter display, the status indicator lights operate.
A trip can be reset in any of 4 ways:
•
•
•
•
Press [RESET] on the LCP
Digital reset input command
Serial communication reset input command
Auto reset
Trip-lock
An alarm that causes the frequency converter to trip-lock
requires that input power be cycled. The motor will coast to
a stop. The frequency converter logic will continue to
operate and monitor the frequency converter status.
Remove input power to the frequency converter and correct
the cause of the fault, then restore power. This action puts
the frequency converter into a trip condition as described
above and may be reset in any of those 4 ways.
Warn. LED
Warning
Alarm LED
ON
OFF
Alarm
OFF
ON (Flashing)
Trip-Lock
ON
ON (Flashing)
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8.4 Warning and Alarm Definitions
defines whether a warning is issued prior to an alarm, and whether the alarm trips the unit or trip locks the unit.
No.
Description
Warning
Alarm/Trip
Alarm/Trip Lock
1
10 Volts low
X
2
Live zero error
(X)
3
No motor
(X)
4
Mains phase loss
(X)
5
DC link voltage high
X
6
DC link voltage low
X
7
DC over-voltage
X
X
8
DC under voltage
X
X
9
Inverter overloaded
X
X
10
Motor ETR over temperature
(X)
(X)
1-90 Motor Thermal
11
Motor thermistor over temperature
(X)
(X)
1-90 Motor Thermal
(X)
Parameter
Reference
6-01 Live Zero Timeout
Function
1-80 Function at Stop
(X)
(X)
14-12 Function at Mains
Imbalance
Protection
Protection
12
Torque limit
X
X
13
Over Current
X
X
X
14
Earth Fault
X
X
X
15
Hardware mismatch
X
X
16
Short Circuit
X
X
17
Control word time-out
(X)
(X)
8-04 Control Word
Timeout Function
20
Temp. Input Error
21
Param Error
22
Hoist Mech. Brake
(X)
23
Internal Fans
X
24
External Fans
X
25
Brake resistor short-circuited
X
26
Brake resistor power limit
27
(X)
Parameter group 2-2*
(X)
(X)
2-13 Brake Power
Brake chopper short-circuited
X
X
28
Brake check
(X)
(X)
29
Heatsink temp
X
X
X
30
Motor phase U missing
(X)
(X)
(X)
Monitoring
2-15 Brake Check
4-58 Missing Motor
Phase Function
31
Motor phase V missing
(X)
(X)
(X)
4-58 Missing Motor
32
Motor phase W missing
(X)
(X)
(X)
4-58 Missing Motor
33
Inrush Fault
X
X
34
Fieldbus communication fault
35
Option Fault
36
Mains failure
37
Phase imbalance
X
38
Internal Fault
X
X
39
Heatsink sensor
X
X
40
Overload of Digital Output Terminal 27
Phase Function
Phase Function
X
X
X
X
(X)
5-00 Digital I/O Mode,
5-01 Terminal 27 Mode
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Warning
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Overload of Digital Output Terminal 29
Alarm/Trip
Alarm/Trip Lock
(X)
Parameter
Reference
5-00 Digital I/O Mode,
5-02 Terminal 29 Mode
42
Ovrld X30/6-7
(X)
43
Ext. Supply (option)
45
Earth Fault 2
46
Pwr. card supply
47
24 V supply low
48
1.8 V supply low
49
Speed limit
50
AMA calibration failed
X
51
AMA check Unom and Inom
X
52
AMA low Inom
X
53
AMA motor too big
X
54
AMA motor too small
X
55
AMA parameter out of range
X
56
AMA interrupted by user
X
57
AMA time-out
58
AMA internal fault
X
59
Current limit
X
61
Feedback Error
(X)
62
Output Frequency at Maximum Limit
X
63
Mechanical Brake Low
64
Voltage Limit
X
65
Control Board Over-temperature
X
66
Heat sink Temperature Low
X
67
Option Configuration has Changed
68
Safe Stop
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
(X)
4-30 Motor Feedback
Loss Function
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(X)
2-20 Release Brake
Current
X
X
X
(X)
(X)1)
5-19 Terminal 37 Safe
Stop
69
Pwr. Card Temp
70
Illegal FC configuration
X
71
PTC 1 Safe Stop
72
Dangerous failure
73
Safe Stop Auto Restart
74
PTC Thermistor
75
Illegal Profile Sel.
76
Power Unit Setup
X
77
Reduced power mode
X
78
Tracking Error
(X)
79
Illegal PS config
X
80
Drive Initialized to Default Value
X
81
CSIV corrupt
X
82
CSIV parameter error
X
83
Illegal Option Combination
84
No Safety Option
88
Option Detection
89
Mechanical Brake Sliding
X
X
(X)
(X)
5-19 Terminal 37 Safe
Stop
X
X
14-59 Actual Number of
Inverter Units
(X)
4-34 Tracking Error
Function
X
X
X
X
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No.
Description
Warning
Alarm/Trip
(X)
(X)
Alarm/Trip Lock
90
Feedback Monitor
91
Analog input 54 wrong settings
163
ATEX ETR cur.lim.warning
164
ATEX ETR cur.lim.alarm
165
ATEX ETR freq.lim.warning
166
ATEX ETR freq.lim.alarm
243
Brake IGBT
X
X
X
244
Heatsink temp
X
X
X
245
Heatsink sensor
X
X
246
Pwr.card supply
247
Pwr.card temp
248
Illegal PS config
249
Rect. low temp.
250
New spare parts
251
New Type Code
Parameter
Reference
17-61 Feedback Signal
Monitoring
X
S202
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Table 8.1 Alarm/Warning Code List
(X) Dependent on parameter
1) Can not be Auto reset via 14-20 Reset Mode
8.4.1 Fault Messages
The warning/alarm information below defines the warning/
alarm condition, provides the probable cause for the
condition, and details a remedy or troubleshooting
procedure.
WARNING 1, 10 Volts low
The control card voltage is below 10V from terminal 50.
Remove some of the load from terminal 50, as the 10V
supply is overloaded. Max. 15mA or minimum 590 Ω.
This condition can be caused by a short in a connected
potentiometer or improper wiring of the potentiometer.
Troubleshooting
Remove the wiring from terminal 50. If the warning clears,
the problem is with the customer wiring. If the warning does
not clear, replace the control card.
WARNING/ALARM 2, Live zero error
This warning or alarm will only appear if programmed by the
user in 6-01 Live Zero Timeout Function. The signal on one of
the analog inputs is less than 50% of the minimum value
programmed for that input. This condition can be caused by
broken wiring or faulty device sending the signal.
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Troubleshooting
Check connections on all the analog input
terminals. Control card terminals 53 and 54 for
signals, terminal 55 common. MCB 101 terminals
11 and 12 for signals, terminal 10 common. MCB
109 terminals 1, 3, 5 for signals, terminals 2, 4, 6
common).
Check that the frequency converter programming
and switch settings match the analog signal type.
Perform Input Terminal Signal Test.
WARNING/ALARM 3, No motor
No motor has been connected to the output of the
frequency converter.
WARNING/ALARM 4, Mains phase loss
A phase is missing on the supply side, or the mains voltage
imbalance is too high. This message also appears for a fault
in the input rectifier on the frequency converter. Options are
programmed at 14-12 Function at Mains Imbalance.
Troubleshooting
Check the supply voltage and supply currents to the
frequency converter.
WARNING 5, DC link voltage high
The intermediate circuit voltage (DC) is higher than the high
voltage warning limit. The limit is dependent on the
frequency converter voltage rating. The frequency converter
is still active.
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WARNING 6, DC link voltage low
The intermediate circuit voltage (DC) is lower than the low
voltage warning limit. The limit is dependent on the
frequency converter voltage rating. The frequency converter
is still active.
WARNING/ALARM 7, DC overvoltage
If the intermediate circuit voltage exceeds the limit, the
frequency converter trips after a time.
Troubleshooting
Check for motor overheating.
Check if the motor is mechanically overloaded
Check that the motor current set in 1-24 Motor
Current is correct.
Ensure that Motor data in parameters 1-20 through
1-25 are set correctly.
If an external fan is in use, check in 1-91 Motor
External Fan that it is selected.
Troubleshooting
Connect a brake resistor
Extend the ramp time
Change the ramp type
Activate functions in 2-10 Brake Function
Increase 14-26 Trip Delay at Inverter Fault
WARNING/ALARM 8, DC under voltage
If the intermediate circuit voltage (DC) drops below the
under voltage limit, the frequency converter checks if a 24V
DC backup supply is connected. If no 24V DC backup supply
is connected, the frequency converter trips after a fixed time
delay. The time delay varies with unit size.
Troubleshooting
Check that the supply voltage matches the
frequency converter voltage.
Perform Input voltage test
Perform soft charge and rectifier circuit test
WARNING/ALARM 9, Inverter overload
The frequency converter is about to cut out because of an
overload (too high current for too long). The counter for
electronic, thermal inverter protection gives a warning at
98% and trips at 100%, while giving an alarm. The frequency
converter cannot be reset until the counter is below 90%.
The fault is that the frequency converter is overloaded by
more than 100% for too long.
Troubleshooting
Compare the output current shown on the LCP
with the frequency converter rated current.
Compare the output current shown on the LCP
with measured motor current.
Display the Thermal Drive Load on the LCP and
monitor the value. When running above the
frequency converter continuous current rating, the
counter should increase. When running below the
frequency converter continuous current rating, the
counter should decrease.
See the derating section in the Design Guide for more details
if a high switching frequency is required.
WARNING/ALARM 10, Motor overload temperature
According to the electronic thermal protection (ETR), the
motor is too hot. Select whether the frequency converter
gives a warning or an alarm when the counter reaches 100%
in 1-90 Motor Thermal Protection. The fault occurs when the
motor is overloaded by more than 100% for too long.
Running AMA in 1-29 Automatic Motor Adaptation
(AMA) may tune the frequency converter to the
motor more accurately and reduce thermal
loading.
WARNING/ALARM 11, Motor thermistor over temp
The thermistor might be disconnected. Select whether the
frequency converter gives a warning or an alarm in
1-90 Motor Thermal Protection.
Troubleshooting
Check for motor overheating.
Check if the motor is mechanically overloaded.
When using terminal 53 or 54, check that the
thermistor is connected correctly between either
terminal 53 or 54 (analog voltage input) and
terminal 50 (+10V supply) and that the terminal
switch for 53 or 54 is set for voltage. Check
1-93 Thermistor Source selects terminal 53 or 54.
When using digital inputs 18 or 19, check that the
thermistor is connected correctly between either
terminal 18 or 19 (digital input PNP only) and
terminal 50. Check 1-93 Thermistor Source selects
terminal 18 or 19.
WARNING/ALARM 12, Torque limit
The torque has exceeded the value in 4-16 Torque Limit Motor
Mode or the value in 4-17 Torque Limit Generator Mode.
14-25 Trip Delay at Torque Limit can change this from a
warning only condition to a warning followed by an alarm.
Troubleshooting
If the motor torque limit is exceeded during ramp
up, extend the ramp up time.
If the generator torque limit is exceeded during
ramp down, extend the ramp down time.
If torque limit occurs while running, possibly
increase the torque limit. Be sure the system can
operate safely at a higher torque.
Check the application for excessive current draw
on the motor.
WARNING/ALARM 13, Over current
The inverter peak current limit (approx. 200% of the rated
current) is exceeded. The warning lasts about 1.5 sec., then
the frequency converter trips and issues an alarm. This fault
may be caused by shock loading or fast acceleration with
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high inertia loads. If extended mechanical brake control is
selected, trip can be reset externally.
Troubleshooting
Remove power and check if the motor shaft can be
turned.
Check that the motor size matches the frequency
converter.
Check parameters 1-20 through 1-25 for correct
motor data.
ALARM 14, Earth (ground) fault
There is current from the output phases to earth, either in
the cable between the frequency converter and the motor or
in the motor itself.
Troubleshooting
Remove power to the frequency converter and
repair the earth fault.
Check for earth faults in the motor by measuring
the resistance to ground of the motor leads and
the motor with a megohmmeter.
ALARM 15, Hardware mismatch
A fitted option is not operational with the present control
board hardware or software.
Record the value of the following parameters and contact
your Danfoss supplier:
15-40 FC Type
Verify proper installation based on EMC
requirements.
WARNING/ALARM 20, Temp. input error
The temperature sensor is not connected.
WARNING/ALARM 21, Parameter error
The parameter is out of range. The parameter number is
reported in the LCP. The affected parameter must be set to a
valid value.
WARNING/ALARM 22, Hoist mechanical brake
Report value will show what kind it is. 0 = The torque ref. was
not reached before timeout. 1 = There was no brake
feedback before timeout.
WARNING 23, Internal fan fault
The fan warning function checks if the fan is running. The fan
warning can be disabled in 14-53 Fan Monitor.
Troubleshooting
Check for proper fan operation.
Cycle power to the frequency converter and check
that the fan operates briefly at start up.
Check the sensors on the heatsink and control card.
WARNING 24, External fan fault
The fan warning function checks if the fan is running. The fan
warning can be disabled in 14-53 Fan Monitor.
Troubleshooting
Check for proper fan operation.
15-41 Power Section
15-43 Software Version
Cycle power to the frequency converter and check
that the fan operates briefly at start up.
15-45 Actual Typecode String
Check the sensors on the heatsink and control card.
15-42 Voltage
15-49 SW ID Control Card
15-50 SW ID Power Card
15-60 Option Mounted
15-61 Option SW Version
ALARM 16, Short circuit
There is a short circuit in the motor or motor wiring.
Remove power to the frequency converter and repair the
short circuit.
WARNING/ALARM 17, Control word timeout
There is no communication to the frequency converter.
The warning will only be active when 8-04 Control Timeout
Function is NOT set to [0] OFF.
If 8-04 Control Timeout Function is set to Stop and Trip, a
warning appears and the frequency converter ramps down
until it stops then displays an alarm.
Troubleshooting
Check connections on the serial communication
cable.
Increase 8-03 Control Timeout Time
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Check operation of the communication equipment.
WARNING 25, Brake resistor short circuit
The brake resistor is monitored during operation. If a short
circuit occurs, the brake function is disabled and the warning
appears. The frequency converter is still operational but
without the brake function. Remove power to the frequency
converter and replace the brake resistor (see 2-15 Brake
Check).
WARNING/ALARM 26, Brake resistor power limit
The power transmitted to the brake resistor is calculated as a
mean value over the last 120 seconds of run time. The
calculation is based on the intermediate circuit voltage and
the brake resistance value set in 2-16 AC brake Max. Current.
The warning is active when the dissipated braking is higher
than 90% of the brake resistance power. If Trip [2] is selected
in 2-13 Brake Power Monitoring, the frequency converter will
trip when the dissipated braking power reaches 100%.
WARNING/ALARM 27, Brake chopper fault
The brake transistor is monitored during operation and if a
short circuit occurs, the brake function is disabled and a
warning is issued. The frequency converter is still operational
but, since the brake transistor has short-circuited, substantial
power is transmitted to the brake resistor, even if it is
inactive.
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Remove power to the frequency converter and remove the
brake resistor.
WARNING/ALARM 28, Brake check failed
The brake resistor is not connected or not working.
Check 2-15 Brake Check.
ALARM 29, Heatsink temp
The maximum temperature of the heatsink has been
exceeded. The temperature fault will not reset until the
temperature falls below the reset heatsink temperature. The
trip and reset points are based on the frequency converter
power size.
ALARM 38, Internal fault
When an internal fault occurs, a code number defined in the
table below is displayed.
Troubleshooting
Cycle power to the frequency converter.
Check that the option is properly installed.
Check for loose or missing wiring.
It may be necessary to contact your Danfoss supplier or
service department. Note the code number for further
troubleshooting directions.
Troubleshooting
Check for the following conditions.
Ambient temperature too high.
No.
Motor cable too long.
256-258
Power EEPROM data is defect or too old
512-519
Internal fault. Contact yourDanfoss supplier or
Incorrect airflow clearance above and below the
frequency converter.
Blocked airflow around the frequency converter.
0
yourDanfoss supplier or DanfossService Department.
Danfoss Service Department.
783
1024-1284
Damaged heatsink fan.
Dirty heatsink.
ALARM 30, Motor phase U missing
Motor phase U between the frequency converter and the
motor is missing.
Remove power from the frequency converter and check
motor phase U.
Text
Serial port cannot be initialised. Contact
Parameter value outside of min/max limits
Internal fault. Contact your Danfoss supplier or the
Danfoss Service Department.
1299
Option SW in slot A is too old
1300
Option SW in slot B is too old
1302
Option SW in slot C1 is too old
1315
Option SW in slot A is not supported (not allowed)
1316
Option SW in slot B is not supported (not allowed)
1318
1379-2819
Option SW in slot C1 is not supported (not allowed)
Internal fault. Contact yourDanfoss supplier or
DanfossService Department.
ALARM 31, Motor phase V missing
Motor phase V between the frequency converter and the
motor is missing.
2820
LCP stack overflow
2821
Serial port overflow
Remove power from the frequency converter and check
motor phase V.
2822
USB port overflow
3072-5122
Parameter value is outside its limits
5123
Option in slot A: Hardware incompatible with
5124
Option in slot B: Hardware incompatible with
Remove power from the frequency converter and check
motor phase W.
5125
Option in slot C0: Hardware incompatible with
ALARM 33, Inrush fault
Too many power-ups have occurred within a short time
period. Let the unit cool to operating temperature.
5126
Option in slot C1: Hardware incompatible with
5376-6231
Internal fault. Contact yourDanfoss supplier or
ALARM 32, Motor phase W missing
Motor phase W between the frequency converter and the
motor is missing.
WARNING/ALARM 34, communication fault
Communication between the and the communication
option card is not operating.
WARNING/ALARM 35, Option fault
An option alarm is received. The alarm is option specific. The
most likely cause is a power-up or a communication fault.
WARNING/ALARM 36, Mains failure
This warning/alarm is only active if the supply voltage to the
frequency converter is lost and 14-10 Mains Failure is NOT set
to [0] No Function. Check the fuses to the frequency
converter and mains power supply to the unit.
ALARM 37, Phase imbalance
There is a current imbalance between the power units
control board hardware
control board hardware
control board hardware
control board hardware
DanfossService Department.
ALARM 39, Heatsink sensor
No feedback from the heatsink temperature sensor.
The signal from the IGBT thermal sensor is not available on
the power card. The problem could be on the power card, on
the gate drive card, or the ribbon cable between the power
card and gate drive card.
WARNING 40, Overload of digital output terminal 27
Check the load connected to terminal 27 or remove shortcircuit connection. Check 5-00 Digital I/O Mode and
5-01 Terminal 27 Mode.
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WARNING 41, Overload of digital output terminal 29
Check the load connected to terminal 29 or remove shortcircuit connection. Check 5-00 Digital I/O Mode and
5-02 Terminal 29 Mode.
WARNING 42, Overload of digital output on X30/6 or
overload of digital output on X30/7
For X30/6, check the load connected to X30/6 or remove
short-circuit connection. Check 5-32 Term X30/6 Digi Out
(MCB 101).
For X30/7, check the load connected to X30/7 or remove
short-circuit connection. Check 5-33 Term X30/7 Digi Out
(MCB 101).
ALARM 43, Ext. supply
MCB 113 Ext. Relay Option is mounted without ext. 24V DC.
Either connect an ext. 24V DC supply or specify that no
external supply is used via 14-80 Option Supplied by External
24VDC [0]. A change in 14-80 Option Supplied by External
24VDC requires a power cycle.
ALARM 45, Earth fault 2
Earth (ground) fault on start up.
ALARM 50, AMA calibration failed
Contact yourDanfoss supplier or DanfossService Department.
ALARM 51, AMA check Unom and Inom
The settings for motor voltage, motor current, and motor
power are wrong. Check the settings in parameters 1-20 to
1-25.
ALARM 52, AMA low Inom
The motor current is too low. Check the setting in
4-18 Current Limit.
ALARM 53, AMA motor too big
The motor is too big for the AMA to operate.
ALARM 54, AMA motor too small
The motor is too small for the AMA to operate.
Troubleshooting
Check for proper earthing (grounding) and loose
connections.
Check for proper wire size.
Check motor cables for short-circuits or leakage
currents.
ALARM 46, Power card supply
The supply on the power card is out of range.
There are three power supplies generated by the switch
mode power supply (SMPS) on the power card: 24V, 5V, +/18V. When powered with 24V DC with the MCB 107 option,
only the 24V and 5V supplies are monitored. When powered
with three phase mains voltage, all three supplied are
monitored.
Troubleshooting
Check for a defective power card.
Check for a defective control card.
Check for a defective option card.
If a 24V DC power supply is used, verify proper
supply power.
WARNING 47, 24V supply low
The 24 V DC is measured on the control card. The external
24V DC backup power supply may be overloaded, otherwise
contact your Danfoss supplier.
WARNING 48, 1.8V supply low
The 1.8V DC supply used on the control card is outside of
allowable limits. The power supply is measured on the
control card. Check for a defective control card. If an option
card is present, check for an overvoltage condition.
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WARNING 49, Speed limit
When the speed is not within the specified range in
4-11 Motor Speed Low Limit [RPM] and 4-13 Motor Speed High
Limit [RPM], the frequency converter will show a warning.
When the speed is below the specified limit in 1-86 Trip
Speed Low [RPM] (except when starting or stopping) the
frequency converter will trip.
ALARM 55, AMA Parameter out of range
The parameter values of the motor are outside of the
acceptable range. AMAwill not run.
ALARM 56, AMA interrupted by user
The AMA has been interrupted by the user.
ALARM 57, AMA timeout
Try to restart AMA again. Repeated restarts may over heat
the motor.
ALARM 58, AMA internal fault
Contact your Danfoss supplier.
WARNING 59, Current limit
The current is higher than the value in 4-18 Current Limit.
Ensure that Motor data in parameters 1-20 through 1-25 are
set correctly. Possibly increase the current limit. Be sure the
system can operate safely at a higher limit.
ALARM 60, External interlock
A digital input signal is indicating a fault condition external
to the frequency converter. An external interlock has
commanded the frequency converter to trip. Clear the
external fault condition. To resume normal operation, apply
24V DC to the terminal programmed for external interlock.
Reset the frequency converter.
WARNING/ALARM 61, Feedback error
An error between calculated speed and speed measurement
from feedback device. The function Warning/Alarm/
Disabling setting is in 4-30 Motor Feedback Loss Function.
Accepted error setting in 4-31 Motor Feedback Speed Error
and the allowed time the error occur setting in 4-32 Motor
Feedback Loss Timeout. During a commissioning procedure
the function may be effective.
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WARNING 62, Output frequency at maximum limit
The output frequency has reached the value set in 4-19 Max
Output Frequency. Check the application to determine the
cause. Possibly increase the output frequency limit. Be sure
the system can operate safely at a higher output frequency.
The warning will clear when the output drops below the
maximum limit.
ALARM 63, Mechanical brake low
The actual motor current has not exceeded the “release
brake” current within the “Start delay” time window.
WARNING/ALARM 65, Control card over temperature
The cutout temperature of the control card is 80° C.
Troubleshooting
Check that the ambient operating temperature is
within limits.
Check for clogged filters.
(when the motor temperature reaches an acceptable level)
and when the Digital Input from the MCB 112 is deactivated.
When that happens, a reset signal must be is be sent (via Bus,
Digital I/O, or by pressing [RESET]).
ALARM 72, Dangerous failure
Safe Stop with Trip Lock. The Dangerous Failure Alarm is
issued if the combination of safe stop commands is
unexpected. This is the case if the MCB 112 VLT PTC
Thermistor Card enables X44/10 but safe stop is somehow
not enabled. Furthermore, if the MCB 112 is the only device
using safe stop (specified through selection [4] or [5] in
5-19 Terminal 37 Safe Stop), an unexpected combination is
activation of safe stop without the X44/10 being activated.
The following table summarizes the unexpected
combinations that lead to Alarm 72. Note that if X44/10 is
activated in selection 2 or 3, this signal is ignored! However,
the MCB 112 will still be able to activate Safe Stop.
WARNING 73, Safe stop auto restart
Safe stopped. Note that with automatic restart enabled, the
motor may start when the fault is cleared.
Check fan operation.
Check the control card.
WARNING 66, Heatsink temperature low
The frequency converter is too cold to operate. This warning
is based on the temperature sensor in the IGBT module.
Increase the ambient temperature of the unit. Also, a trickle
amount of current can be supplied to the frequency
converter whenever the motor is stopped by setting 2-00 DC
Hold/Preheat Current at 5% and 1-80 Function at Stop.
ALARM 67, Option module configuration has changed
One or more options have either been added or removed
since the last power down. Check that the configuration
change is intentional and reset the frequency converter.
ALARM 68, Safe stop activated
Loss of the 24V DC signal on terminal 37 has caused the
frequency converter to trip. To resume normal operation,
apply 24V DC to terminal 37 and reset the frequency
converter.
ALARM 69, Power card temperaturePower card temperature
The temperature sensor on the power card is either too hot
or too cold.
Troubleshooting
Check that the ambient operating temperature is
within limits.
Check for clogged filters.
Check fan operation.
Check the power card.
ALARM 70, Illegal FC configuration
The control card and power card are incompatible. Contact
your supplier with the typecode of the unit from the
nameplate and the part numbers of the cards to check
compatibility.
ALARM 74, PTC Thermistor
Alarm related to the ATEX option. The PTC is not working.
ALARM 75, Illegal profile sel.
Parameter value must not be written while motor is running.
Stop motor before writing MCO profile to 8-10 Control Word
Profile for instance.
WARNING 76, Power unit setup
The required number of power units does not match the
detected number of active power units.
Troubleshooting:
When replacing an F-frame module, this will occur if the
power specific data in the module power card does not
match the rest of the frequency converter. Please confirm
the spare part and its power card are the correct part
number.
77 WARNING, Reduced power mode
This warning indicates that the frequency converter is
operating in reduced power mode (i.e. less than the allowed
number of inverter sections). This warning will be generated
on power cycle when the frequency converter is set to run
with fewer inverters and will remain on.
ALARM 78, Tracking error
The difference between set point value and actual value has
exceeded the value in 4-35 Tracking Error. Disable the
function by 4-34 Tracking Error Function or select an alarm/
warning also in 4-34 Tracking Error Function. Investigate the
mechanics around the load and motor, Check feedback
connections from motor – encoder – to frequency converter.
Select motor feedback function in 4-30 Motor Feedback Loss
Function. Adjust tracking error band in 4-35 Tracking Error
and 4-37 Tracking Error Ramping.
ALARM 71, PTC 1 safe stop
Safe Stop has been activated from the MCB 112 PTC
Thermistor Card (motor too warm). Normal operation can be
resumed when the MCB 112 applies 24 V DC to T-37 again
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ALARM 79, Illegal power section configuration
The scaling card is the incorrect part number or not installed.
Also MK102 connector on the power card could not be
installed.
ALARM 80, Drive initialised to default value
Parameter settings are initialised to default settings after a
manual reset. Reset the unit to clear the alarm.
ALARM 81, CSIV corrupt
CSIV file has syntax errors.
ALARM 82, CSIV parameter error
CSIV failed to init a parameter.
ALARM 83, Illegal option combination
The mounted options are not supported to work together.
ALARM 84, No safety option
The safety option was removed without applying a general
reset. Reconnect the safety option.
ALARM 88, Option detection
A change in the option layout has been detected. This alarm
occurs when 14-89 Option Detection is set to [0] Frozen configuration and the option layout for some reason has changed.
An option layout change has to be enabled in 14-89 Option
Detection before the change is accepted. If the change of
configuration is not accepted, it is only possible to reset
Alarm 88 (Trip-lock) when the option configuration has been
re-established/corrected.
WARNING 89, Mechanical brake sliding
The hoist brake monitor has detected a motor speed >
10rpm.
ALARM 90, Feedback monitor
Check the connection to encoder/ resolver option and
eventually replace the MCB 102 or MCB 103.
ALARM 91, Analogue input 54 wrong settings
Switch S202 has to be set in position OFF (voltage input)
when a KTY sensor is connected to analogue input terminal
54.
ALARM 92, No flow
A no-flow condition has been detected in the system.
22-23 No-Flow Function is set for alarm. Troubleshoot the
system and reset the frequency converter after the fault has
been cleared.
ALARM 93, Dry pump
A no-flow condition in the system with the frequency
converter operating at high speed may indicate a dry pump.
22-26 Dry Pump Function is set for alarm. Troubleshoot the
system and reset the frequency converter after the fault has
been cleared.
ALARM 94, End of curve
Feedback is lower than the set point. This may indicate
leakage in the system. 22-50 End of Curve Function is set for
alarm. Troubleshoot the system and reset the frequency
converter after the fault has been cleared.
ALARM 95, Broken belt
Torque is below the torque level set for no load, indicating a
broken belt. 22-60 Broken Belt Function is set for alarm.
Troubleshoot the system and reset the frequency converter
after the fault has been cleared.
ALARM 96, Start delayed
Motor start has been delayed due to short-cycle protection.
22-76 Interval between Starts is enabled. Troubleshoot the
system and reset the frequency converter after the fault has
been cleared.
WARNING 97, Stop delayed
Stopping the motor has been delayed due to short cycle
protection. 22-76 Interval between Starts is enabled.
Troubleshoot the system and reset the frequency converter
after the fault has been cleared.
WARNING 98, Clock fault
Time is not set or the RTC clock has failed. Reset the clock in
0-70 Date and Time.
WARNING 163, ATEX ETR cur.lim.warning
The warning limit of ATEX ETR rated current curve has been
reached. The warning is activated at 83% and de-activated at
65% of the permitted thermal overload.
ALARM 164, ATEX ETR cur.lim.alarm
The ATEX ETR permitted thermal overload has been
exceeded.
WARNING 165, ATEX ETR freq.lim.warning
The frequency converter is running more than 50 seconds
below the permitted minimum frequency (1-98 ATEX ETR
interpol. points freq. [0]).
ALARM 166, ATEX ETR freq.lim.alarm
The frequency converter has operated more than 60 second
(in a period of 600 seconds) below the permitted minimum
frequency (1-98 ATEX ETR interpol. points freq. [0]).
ALARM 243, Brake IGBT
This alarm is only for F Frame drives. It is equivalent to Alarm
27. The report value in the alarm log indicates which power
module generated the alarm:
ALARM 244, Heatsink temperature
This alarm is only for F Frame frequency converters. It is
equivalent to Alarm 29. The report value in the alarm log
indicates which power module generated the alarm:
ALARM 245, Heatsink sensor
This alarm is only for F Frame frequency converters. It is
equivalent to Alarm 39. The report value in the alarm log
indicates which power module generated the alarm
1 = left most inverter module.
2 = middle inverter module in F2 or F4 frequency
converter.
2 = right inverter module in F1 or F3 frequency
convertere.
3 = right inverter module in F2 or F4 frequency
converter.
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5 = rectifier module.
ALARM 246, Power card supply
This alarm is only for F Frame frequency converter. It is
equivalent to Alarm 46. The report value in the alarm log
indicates which power module generated the alarm
1 = left most inverter module.
2 = middle inverter module in F2 or F4 frequency
converter.
2 = right inverter module in F1 or F3 frequency
converter.
3 = right inverter module in F2 or F4 frequency
converter.
5 = rectifier module.
ALARM 69, Power card temperaturePower card temperature
This alarm is only for F Frame frequency converter. It is
equivalent to Alarm 69. The report value in the alarm log
indicates which power module generated the alarm
1 = left most inverter module.
2 = middle inverter module in F2 or F4 frequency
converter.
2 = right inverter module in F1 or F3 frequency
converter.
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3 = right inverter module in F2 or F4 frequency
converter.
5 = rectifier module.
ALARM 248, Illegal power section configuration
This alarm is only for F Frame frequency converters. It is
equivalent to Alarm 79. The report value in the alarm log
indicates which power module generated the alarm:
1 = left most inverter module.
2 = middle inverter module in F2 or F4 frequency
converter.
2 = right inverter module in F1 or F3 frequency
converter.
3 = right inverter module in F2 or F4 frequency
converter.
5 = rectifier module.
WARNING 249, Rect. low temperature
IGBT sensor fault (highpower units only).
WARNING 250, New spare part
A component in the frequency converter has been replaced.
Reset the frequency converter for normal operation.
WARNING 251, New typecode
A component in the frequency converter has been replaced
and the typecode changed. Reset the frequency converter
for normal operation.
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Instructions
Basic Troubleshooting
9 Basic Troubleshooting
9.1 Start Up and Operation
See Alarm Log in Table 4.1.
Symptom
Possible Cause
Test
Solution
Missing input power
See Table 3.1.
Check the input power source.
Missing or open fuses or circuit
See open fuses and tripped circuit
Follow the recommendations
breaker tripped
breaker in this table for possible
provided
causes.
No power to the LCP
Display dark / No function
Check the LCP cable for proper
Replace the faulty LCP or
connection or damage.
connection cable.
Shortcut on control voltage
Check the 24V control voltage
Wire the terminals properly.
(terminal 12 or 50) or at control
supply for terminal 12/13 to 20-39 or
terminals
10V supply for terminal 50 to 55.
Wrong LCP (LCP from VLT® 2800 or
Use only LCP 101 (P/N 130B1124) or
5000/6000/8000/ FCD or FCM)
LCP 102 (P/N. 130B1107).
Wrong contrast setting
Press [Status] + Up/Down arrows to
adjust the contrast.
Display (LCP) is defective
Test using a different LCP.
Replace the faulty LCP or
connection cable.
Internal voltage supply fault or
Contact supplier.
SMPS is defective
9 9
Overloaded power supply (SMPS)
To rule out a problem in the control If the display stays lit, then the
due to improper control wiring or a wiring, disconnect all control wiring problem is in the control wiring.
Intermittent display
fault within the frequency
by removing the terminal blocks.
converter
Check the wiring for shorts or
incorrect connections. If the display
continues to cut out, follow the
procedure for display dark.
Service switch open or missing
Check if the motor is connected and Connect the motor and check the
motor connection
the connection is not interrupted
service switch.
(by a service switch or other devise).
No mains power with 24V DC
If the display is functioning but no
option card
output, check that mains power is
LCP Stop
Check if [Off] has been pressed.
Apply mains power to run the unit.
applied to the frequency converter.
Press [Auto On] or [Hand On]
(depending on your operation
mode) to run the motor.
Motor not running
Missing start signal (Standby)
Check 5-10 Start for correct setting Apply a valid start signal to start the
for terminal 18 (use default setting). motor.
Motor coast signal active (Coasting) Check 5-12 Coast inv. for correct
setting for terminal 27 (use default
setting).
Wrong reference signal source
operation.
Check reference signal: Local,
Program correct settings Check 3-13
remote or bus reference? Preset
Reference site. Set preset reference
reference active? Terminal
active in parameter group3-1*
connection correct? Scaling of
References. Check for correct wiring.
terminals correct? Reference signal
Check scaling of terminals. Check
reference signal.
available?
60
Apply 24V on terminal 27 or
programm this terminal to No
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Basic Troubleshooting
Symptom
Possible Cause
Test
Solution
Motor rotation limit
Check that 4-10 Motor sped direction Program correct settings.
Active reversing signal
Check if a reversing command is
is programmed correctly.
Motor running in wrong
Deactivate reversing signal.
programmed for the terminal in
direction
parameter group5-1* Digital inputs.
Wrong motor phase connection
See 3.5 Check Motor Rotation in this
manual.
Frequency limits set wrong
Check output limits in 4-13 Motor
Program correct limits.
speed high limit [RPM], 4-14 Motor
speed high limit [Hz], and 4-19 Max
Motor is not reaching
maximum speed
output frequency.
Reference input signal not scaled
Check reference input signal scaling Program correct settings.
correctly
in 6-* Analog I/O mode and
parameter group3-1* References.
Possible incorrect parameter
Check the settings of all motor
Check settings in parameter
settings
parameters, including all motor
compensation settings. For closed
group1-6* Analog I/O mode. For
loop operation, check PID settings.
settings in parameter group 20-0*
Motor speed unstable
closed loop operation check
Feedback.
Possible over-magnetization
Motor runs rough
Check for incorrect motor settings in Check motor settings in parameter
all motor parameters.
groups 1-2* Motor data, 1-3* Adv
motor data, and 1-5* Load indep.
setting.
Motor will not brake
Possible incorrect settings in the
Check brake parameters. Check
Check parameter group2-0* DC
brake parameters. Possible too
ramp time settings.
brake and 3-0* Reference limits.
short ramp down times.
Phase to phase short
9 9
Motor or panel has a short phase to Eliminate any shorts detected.
phase. Check motor and panel
phase to for shorts.
Motor overload
Motor is overloaded for the
Perform startup test and verify
application.
motor current is within specifi-
Open power fuses or circuit
cations. If motor current is
breaker trip
exceeding nameplate full load
current, motor may run only with
reduced load. Review the specifications for the application.
Loose connections
Perform pre-startup check for loose Tighten loose connections.
connections.
Problem with mains power (See
Alarm 4 Mains phase loss
Rotate input power leads into the If imbalanced leg follows the wire, it
drive one position: A to B, B to C, C is a power problem. Check mains
Mains current imbalance
description)
to A.
power supply.
greater than 3%
Problem with the frequency
Rotate input power leads into the
If imbalance leg stays on same input
converter unit
frequency converter one position: A terminal, it is a problem with the
to B, B to C, C to A.
unit. Contact supplier.
Problem with motor or motor
Rotate output motor leads one
If imbalanced leg follows the wire,
wiring
position: U to V, V to W, W to U.
the problem is in the motor or
motor wiring. Check motor and
Motor current imbalance
greater than 3%
motor wiring.
Problem with drive unit
Rotate output motor leads one
If imbalance leg stays on same
position: U to V, V to W, W to U.
output terminal, it is a problem with
the unit. Contact supplier.
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10 Specifications
10.1 Power-dependent Specifications
Mains Supply 3 x 200 - 240V AC
FC 301/FC 302
Typical Shaft Output [kW]
Enclosure IP20/IP21
EnclosureIP 20 (FC 301 only)
Enclosure IP55, 66
Output current
Continuous
(3 x 200-240V ) [A]
Intermittent
(3 x 200-240V ) [A]
Continuous
kVA (208V AC) [kVA]
Max. input current
Continuous
(3 x 200-240V ) [A]
Intermittent
(3 x 200-240V ) [A]
Additional specifications
Max. cable size (mains, motor, brake)
[mm2 (AWG2))]
Estimated power loss
at rated max. load [W] 4)
Weight, enclosure IP20 [kg]
A1 (IP20)
A5 (IP55, 66)
Efficiency 4)
0.25 - 3.7kW only available as 160% high overload.
0 10
Mains Supply 3 x 200 - 240V AC
FC 301/FC 302
High/ Normal Load1)
Typical Shaft Output [kW]
Enclosure IP20
Enclosure IP21
Enclosure IP55, 66
Output current
Continuous
(3 x 200-240V) [A]
Intermittent
(60 sec overload)
(3 x 200-240V) [A]
Continuous
kVA (208V AC) [kVA]
Max. input current
Continuous
(3 x 200-240V ) [A]
Intermittent
(60 sec overload)
(3 x 200-240V ) [A]
Additional specifications
Max. cable size [mm2 (AWG)] 2)
Max cable size with mains disconnect
Estimated power loss
at rated max. load [W] 4)
Weight,
enclosure IP21, IP55, 66 [kg]
Efficiency4)
62
PK25
0.25
A2
A1
A4/A5
PK37
0.37
A2
A1
A4/A5
PK55
0.55
A2
A1
A4/A5
PK75
0.75
A2
A1
A4/A5
P1K1
1.1
A2
A1
A4/A5
P1K5
1.5
A2
A1
A4/A5
P2K2
2.2
A2
A4/A5
P3K0
3
A3
A5
P3K7
3.7
A3
A5
1.8
2.4
3.5
4.6
6.6
7.5
10.6
12.5
16.7
2.9
3.8
5.6
7.4
10.6
12.0
17.0
20.0
26.7
0.65
0.86
1.26
1.66
2.38
2.70
3.82
4.50
6.00
1.6
2.2
3.2
4.1
5.9
6.8
9.5
11.3
15.0
2.6
3.5
5.1
6.6
9.4
10.9
15.2
18.1
24.0
0.2 - 4 (24 - 10)
21
29
42
54
63
82
116
155
185
4.7
2.7
13.5
0.94
4.7
2.7
13.5
0.94
4.8
2.7
13.5
0.95
4.8
2.7
13.5
0.95
4.9
2.7
13.5
0.96
4.9
2.7
13.5
0.96
4.9
13.5
0.96
6.6
13.5
0.96
6.6
13.5
0.96
P5K5
HO
5.5
P7K5
NO
7.5
HO
7.5
B3
B1
B1
P11K
NO
11
HO
11
B3
B1
B1
NO
15
B4
B2
B2
24.2
30.8
30.8
46.2
46.2
59.4
38.7
33.9
49.3
50.8
73.9
65.3
8.7
11.1
11.1
16.6
16.6
21.4
22
28
28
42
42
54
35.2
30.8
44.8
46.2
67.2
59.4
16 (6)
239
16 (6)
16 (6)
310
371
35 (2)
514
463
602
23
23
27
0.964
0.959
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Specifications
Mains Supply 3 x 200 - 240V AC
FC 301/FC 302
High/ Normal Load1)
Typical Shaft Output [kW]
Enclosure IP20
Enclosure IP21
Enclosure IP55, 66
Output current
Continuous
(3 x 200-240V) [A]
Intermittent
(60 sec overload)
(3 x 200-240V) [A]
Continuous
kVA (208V AC) [kVA]
Max. input current
Continuous
(3 x 200-240V) [A]
Intermittent
(60 sec overload)
(3 x 200-240V) [A]
Additional specifications
Max. cable size, IP20 [mm2
(AWG)] 2)
Max. cable size, IP21/55/66
[mm2 (AWG)] 2)
Max cable size with mains
disconnect [mm2 (AWG)] 2)
Estimated power loss
at rated max. load [W] 4)
Weight,
enclosure IP21, IP 55, 66 [kg]
Efficiency4)
P15K
HO
15
P18K
NO
18.5
P22K
HO
18.5
NO
22
B4
C1
C1
P30K
HO
22
NO
30
C3
C1
C1
P37K
HO
30
NO
37
C3
C1
C1
HO
37
NO
45
C4
C1
C2
C4
C1
C2
59.4
74.8
74.8
88
88
115
115
143
143
170
89.1
82.3
112
96.8
132
127
173
157
215
187
21.4
26.9
26.9
31.7
31.7
41.4
41.4
51.5
51.5
61.2
54
68
68
80
80
104
104
130
130
154
81
74.8
102
88
120
114
156
143
195
169
35 (2)
90 (3/0)
90 (3/0)
120 (4/0)
120 (4/0)
90 (3/0)
90 (3/0)
90 (3/0)
120 (4/0)
120 (4/0)
70 (3/0)
150 (MCM 300)
35 (2)
624
737
740
845
874
1140
1143
1353
1400
1636
45
45
45
65
65
0.96
0.97
0.97
0.97
0.97
Mains Supply 3 x 380 - 500V AC (FC 302), 3 x 380 - 480V
PK 37
FC 301/FC 302
0.37
Typical Shaft Output [kW]
Enclosure IP20/IP21
A2
Enclosure IP20 (FC 301 only)
A1
Enclosure IP55, 66
A4/A5
Output current
High overload 160% for 1 min.
Shaft output [kW]
0.37
Continuous
1.3
(3 x 380-440V) [A]
Intermittent
2.1
(3 x 380-440V) [A]
Continuous
1.2
(3 x 441-500V) [A]
Intermittent
1.9
(3 x 441-500V) [A]
Continuous kVA
0.9
(400V AC) [kVA]
Continuous kVA
0.9
(460V AC) [kVA]
Max. input current
Continuous
1.2
(3 x 380-440V) [A]
Intermittent
1.9
(3 x 380-440V) [A]
Continuous
1.0
(3 x 441-500V) [A]
Intermittent
1.6
(3 x 441-500V) [A]
Additional specifications
Max. cable size
(mains, motor, brake)
[AWG] 2) [mm2]
Estimated power loss
35
at rated max. load [W] 4)
Weight,
4.7
enclosure IP20
Enclosure IP55, 66
13.5
0.93
Efficiency 4)
0.37 - 7.5 kW only available as 160% high overload.
AC (FC 301)
PK 55
PK75
P1K1
P1K5
P2K2
P3K0
P4K0
P5K5
P7K5
0.55
0.75
1.1
1.5
2.2
3
4
5.5
7.5
A2
A1
A4/A5
A2
A1
A4/A5
A2
A1
A4/A5
A2
A1
A4/A5
A2
A2
A2
A3
A3
A4/A5
A4/A5
A4/A5
A5
A5
0.55
0.75
1.1
1.5
2.2
3
4
5.5
7.5
1.8
2.4
3
4.1
5.6
7.2
10
13
16
2.9
3.8
4.8
6.6
9.0
11.5
16
20.8
25.6
1.6
2.1
2.7
3.4
4.8
6.3
8.2
11
14.5
2.6
3.4
4.3
5.4
7.7
10.1
13.1
17.6
23.2
1.3
1.7
2.1
2.8
3.9
5.0
6.9
9.0
11.0
1.3
1.7
2.4
2.7
3.8
5.0
6.5
8.8
11.6
1.6
2.2
2.7
3.7
5.0
6.5
9.0
11.7
14.4
2.6
3.5
4.3
5.9
8.0
10.4
14.4
18.7
23.0
1.4
1.9
2.7
3.1
4.3
5.7
7.4
9.9
13.0
2.2
3.0
4.3
5.0
6.9
9.1
11.8
15.8
20.8
10 10
24 - 10 AWG
0.2 - 4mm2
24 - 10 AWG
0.2 - 4mm2
42
46
58
62
88
116
124
187
255
4.7
4.8
4.8
4.9
4.9
4.9
4.9
6.6
6.6
13.5
0.95
13.5
0.96
13.5
0.96
13.5
0.97
13.5
0.97
13.5
0.97
13.5
0.97
14.2
0.97
14.2
0.97
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Mains Supply 3 x 380 - 500V AC (FC 302), 3 x 380 - 480V
FC 301/FC 302
HO
High/ Normal Load1)
Typical Shaft output [kW]
11
Enclosure IP20
Enclosure IP21
Enclosure IP55, 66
Output current
Continuous
24
(3 x 380-440V) [A]
Intermittent (60 sec overload)
38.4
(3 x 380-440V) [A]
Continuous
21
(3 x 441-500V) [A]
Intermittent (60 sec overload)
33.6
(3 x 441-500V) [A]
Continuous kVA
16.6
(400V AC) [kVA]
Continuous kVA
(460V AC) [kVA]
Max. input current
Continuous
22
(3 x 380-440V) [A]
Intermittent (60 sec overload)
35.2
(3 x 380-440V ) [A]
Continuous
19
(3 x 441-500V) [A]
Intermittent (60 sec overload)
30.4
(3 x 441-500V) [A]
Additional specifications
Max. cable size [mm2/AWG] 2)
Max cable size with mains
disconnect
Estimated power loss
291
at rated max. load [W] 4)
Weight, enclosure IP20 [kg]
Weight,
enclosure IP21, IP55, 66 [kg]
Efficiency4)
AC (FC 301)
P11K
NO
15
B3
B1
B1
P15K
HO
15
P18K
NO
18.5
B3
B1
B1
P22K
NO
22.0
HO
22.0
B4
B2
B2
NO
30.0
B4
B2
B2
32
32
37.5
37.5
44
44
61
35.2
51.2
41.3
60
48.4
70.4
67.1
27
27
34
34
40
40
52
29.7
43.2
37.4
54.4
44
64
57.2
22.2
22.2
26
26
30.5
30.5
42.3
21.5
27.1
31.9
41.4
29
29
34
34
40
40
55
31.9
46.4
37.4
54.4
44
64
60.5
25
25
31
31
36
36
47
27.5
40
34.1
49.6
39.6
57.6
51.7
16/6
16/6
35/2
35/2
16/6
392
379
465
444
525
547
739
12
12
23.5
23.5
23
23
27
27
0.98
0.98
0.98
0.98
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64
HO
18.5
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Mains Supply 3 x 380 - 500 V AC (FC 302), 3 x 380 - 480V AC (FC 301)
FC 301/FC 302
P30K
P37K
HO
NO
HO
NO
High/ Normal Load1)
Typical Shaft output [kW]
30
37
37
45
Enclosure IP20
B4
C3
Enclosure IP21
C1
C1
Enclosure IP55, 66
C1
C1
Output current
Continuous
61
73
73
90
(3 x 380-440V) [A]
Intermittent (60 sec.
overload)
91.5
80.3
110
99
(3 x 380-440V) [A]
Continuous
52
65
65
80
(3 x 441-500V) [A]
Intermittent (60 sec
overload)
78
71.5
97.5
88
(3 x 441-500V) [A]
Continuous kVA
42.3
50.6
50.6
62.4
(400V AC) [kVA]
Continuous kVA
51.8
63.7
(460V AC) [kVA]
Max. input current
Continuous
55
66
66
82
(3 x 380-440V) [A]
Intermittent (60 sec
overload)
82.5
72.6
99
90.2
(3 x 380-440V) [A]
Continuous
47
59
59
73
(3 x 441-500V) [A]
Intermittent (60 sec
overload)
70.5
64.9
88.5
80.3
(3 x 441-500V) [A]
Additional specifications
Max. cable size IP20, mains
35 (2)
50 (1)
and motor [mm2 (AWG2))]
Max. cable size IP20, load
share and brake [mm2
35 (2)
50 (1)
(AWG2))]
Max. cable size, IP21/55/66
90 (3/0)
90 (3/0)
[mm2 (AWG2))]
Max cable size with mains
35 (2)
disconnect [mm2 (AWG2))]
Estimated power loss
570
698
697
843
at rated max. load [W] 4)
Weight,
45
45
enclosure IP21, IP55, 66 [kg]
0.98
0.98
Efficiency4)
P45K
P55K
HO
45
NO
55
P75K
HO
55
NO
75
C3
C1
C1
HO
75
NO
90
C4
C2
C2
C4
C2
C2
90
106
106
147
147
177
135
117
159
162
221
195
80
105
105
130
130
160
120
116
158
143
195
176
62.4
73.4
73.4
102
102
123
83.7
104
128
82
96
96
133
133
161
123
106
144
146
200
177
73
95
95
118
118
145
110
105
143
130
177
160
50 (1)
95 (4/0)
150 (300mcm)
50 (1)
95 (4/0)
95 (4/0)
90 (3/0)
120 (4/0)
120 (4/0)
70 (3/0)
150 (300mcm)
891
1083
1022
1384
1232
1474
45
65
65
0.98
0.98
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Mains Supply 3 x 525 - 600V AC (FC 302 only)
FC 302
Typical Shaft Output [kW]
Enclosure IP20, 21
Enclosure IP55
Output current
Continuous
(3 x 525-550V ) [A]
Intermittent
(3 x 525-550V ) [A]
Continuous
(3 x 551-600V ) [A]
Intermittent
(3 x 551-600V ) [A]
Continuous kVA (525 V AC) [kVA]
Continuous kVA (575V AC) [kVA]
Max. input current
Continuous
(3 x 525-600V) [A]
Intermittent
(3 x 525-600V) [A]
Additional specifications
Max. cable size
(mains, motor, brake)
[AWG] 2) [mm2]
Estimated power loss
at rated max. load [W] 4)
Weight,
Enclosure IP20 [kg]
Weight,
enclosure IP55 [kg]
Efficiency 4)
VLT®AutomationDrive Operating
Instructions
PK75
0.75
A3
A5
P1K1
1.1
A3
A5
P1K5
1.5
A3
A5
P2K2
2.2
A3
A5
P3K0
3
A3
A5
P4K0
4
A3
A5
P5K5
5.5
A3
A5
P7K5
7.5
A3
A5
1.8
2.6
2.9
4.1
5.2
6.4
9.5
11.5
2.9
4.2
4.6
6.6
8.3
10.2
15.2
18.4
1.7
2.4
2.7
3.9
4.9
6.1
9.0
11.0
2.7
3.8
4.3
6.2
7.8
9.8
14.4
17.6
1.7
1.7
2.5
2.4
2.8
2.7
3.9
3.9
5.0
4.9
6.1
6.1
9.0
9.0
11.0
11.0
1.7
2.4
2.7
4.1
5.2
5.8
8.6
10.4
2.7
3.8
4.3
6.6
8.3
9.3
13.8
16.6
24 - 10 AWG
0.2 - 4 mm2
24 - 10 AWG
0.2 - 4 mm2
35
50
65
92
122
145
195
261
6.5
6.5
6.5
6.5
6.5
6.5
6.6
6.6
13.5
13.5
13.5
13.5
13.5
13.5
14.2
14.2
0.97
0.97
0.97
0.97
0.97
0.97
0.97
0.97
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Mains Supply 3 x 525 - 600V AC
FC 302
High/ Normal Load1)
Typical Shaft Output [kW]
Enclosure IP21, 55, 66
Enclosure IP20
Output current
Continuous
(3 x 525-550V ) [A]
Intermittent
(3 x 525-550V ) [A]
Continuous
(3 x 525-600V ) [A]
Intermittent
(3 x 525-600V ) [A]
Continuous kVA (550V AC) [kVA]
Continuous kVA (575V AC) [kVA]
Max. input current
Continuous
at 550V [A]
Intermittent
at 550V [A]
Continuous
at 575V [A]
Intermittent
at 575 V [A]
Additional specifications
Max. cable size IP20
(mains, motor, load share and
brake)
[mm2 (AWG2))]
Max. cable size IP21, 55, 66
(mains, motor, load share and
brake)
[mm2 (AWG2))]
Max cable size with mains
disconnect [mm2 (AWG2))]
Estimated power loss
at rated max. load [W] 4)
Weight,
enclosure IP21, [kg]
Weight,
enclosure IP20 [kg]
Efficiency 4)
P11K
HO
11
P15K
NO
15
HO
15
B1
B3
P18K
NO
18.5
HO
18.5
B1
B3
P22K
NO
22
HO
22
P30K
NO
30
B2
B4
HO
30
B2
B4
NO
37
C1
B4
19
23
23
28
28
36
36
43
43
54
30
25
37
31
45
40
58
47
65
59
18
22
22
27
27
34
34
41
41
52
29
24
35
30
43
37
54
45
62
57
18.1
17.9
21.9
21.9
21.9
21.9
26.7
26.9
26.7
26.9
34.3
33.9
34.3
33.9
41.0
40.8
41.0
40.8
51.4
51.8
17.2
20.9
20.9
25.4
25.4
32.7
32.7
39
39
49
28
23
33
28
41
36
52
43
59
54
16
20
20
24
24
31
31
37
37
47
26
22
32
27
39
34
50
41
56
52
16(6)
35(2)
16(6)
35(2)
90 (3/0)
16(6)
225
23
35(2)
285
329
700
700
23
27
27
27
12
12
23.5
23.5
23.5
0.98
0.98
0.98
0.98
0.98
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Mains Supply 3 x 525 - 600V AC
FC 302
High/
Normal
Load*
Typical Shaft Output [kW]
Enclosure IP21, 55, 66
Enclosure IP20
Output current
Continuous
(3 x 525-550V) [A]
Intermittent
(3 x 525-550V) [A]
Continuous
(3 x 525-600V) [A]
Intermittent
(3 x 525-600V) [A]
Continuous kVA (550V AC) [kVA]
Continuous kVA (575V AC) [kVA]
Max. input current
Continuous
at 550V [A]
Intermittent
at 550V [A]
Continuous
at 575V [A]
Intermittent
at 575V [A]
Additional specifications
Max. cable size IP20
(mains, motor)
[mm2 (AWG2))]
Max. cable size IP20
(load share, brake)
[AWG] 2) [mm2]
Max. cable size IP21, 55, 66
(mains, motor, load share and
brake)
[mm2 (AWG2))]
Max cable size with mains
disconnect
Estimated power loss
at rated max. load [W] 4)
Weight,
enclosure IP20 [kg]
Weight,
enclosure IP21, 55 [kg]
Efficiency 4)
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P37K
P45K
P55K
NO
HO
55
55
P75K
HO
NO
HO
37
C1
C3
45
C1
C3
45
54
65
65
87
87
105
105
137
81
72
98
96
131
116
158
151
52
62
62
83
83
100
100
131
78
68
93
91
125
110
150
144
51.4
51.8
61.9
61.7
61.9
61.7
82.9
82.7
82.9
82.7
100.0
99.6
100.0
99.6
130.5
130.5
49
59
59
78.9
78.9
95.3
95.3
124.3
74
65
89
87
118
105
143
137
47
56
56
75
75
91
91
119
70
62
85
83
113
100
137
131
C1
C3
NO
HO
75
75
C2
C4
50 (1)
150 (300mcm)
50 (1)
95 (4/0)
90 (3/0)
120 (4/0)
70 (3/0)
850
1100
90
C2
C4
95 (4/0)
35 (2)
NO
150 (300mcm)
1400
1500
35
35
50
50
45
45
65
65
0.98
0.98
0.98
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Mains Supply 3 x 525- 690V AC
FC 302
High/ Normal Load1)
Typical Shaft output at 550V [kW]
Typical Shaft output at 575V [HP]
Typical Shaft output at 690V [kW]
Enclosure IP21, 55
Output current
Continuous
(3 x 525-550V) [A]
Intermittent (60 sec overload)
(3 x 525-550V) [A]
Continuous
(3 x 551-690V) [A]
Intermittent (60 sec overload)
(3 x 551-690V) [A]
Continuous KVA
(at 550V) [KVA]
Continuous KVA
(at 575V) [KVA]
Continuous KVA
(at 690V) [KVA]
Max. input current
Continuous
(3 x 525-690V) [A]
Intermittent (60 sec overload)
(3 x 525-690V) [A]
Additional specifications
Max. cable size, mains, motor,
load share and brake [mm2
(AWG)]
Estimated power loss
at rated max. load [W] 4)
Weight,
enclosure IP21, IP55 [kg]
Efficiency4)
P11K
P15K
P18K
P22K
HO
NO
HO
NO
HO
NO
HO
NO
7.5
11
11
15
15
18.5
18.5
22
11
11
15
15
15
15
20
18.5
20
18.5
25
22
25
22
30
30
B2
B2
B2
B2
14
19
19
23
23
28
28
36
22.4
20.9
30.4
25.3
36.8
30.8
44.8
39.6
13
18
18
22
22
27
27
34
20.8
19.8
28.8
24.2
35.2
29.7
43.2
37.4
13.3
18.1
18.1
21.9
21.9
26.7
26.7
34.3
12.9
17.9
17.9
21.9
21.9
26.9
26.9
33.9
15.5
21.5
21.5
26.3
26.3
32.3
32.3
40.6
15
19.5
19.5
24
24
29
29
36
23.2
21.5
31.2
26.4
38.4
31.9
46.4
39.6
35 (1/0)
228
285
335
375
0.98
0.98
27
0.98
0.98
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Mains Supply 3 x 525- 690V AC
FC 302
High/ Normal Load*
Typical Shaft output at 550V
[kW]
Typical Shaft output at 575V
[HP]
Typical Shaft output at 690V
[kW]
Enclosure IP21, 55
Output current
Continuous
(3 x 525-550V) [A]
Intermittent (60 sec
overload)
(3 x 525-550V) [A]
Continuous
(3 x 551-690V) [A]
Intermittent (60 sec
overload)
(3 x 551-690V) [A]
Continuous KVA
(at 550V) [KVA]
Continuous KVA
(at 575V) [KVA]
Continuous KVA
(at 690V) [KVA]
Max. input current
Continuous
(at 550V) [A]
Continuous
(at 575V) [A]
Additional specifications
Max. cable size, mains,
motor, load share and brake
[mm2 (AWG)]
Estimated power loss
at rated max. load [W] 4)
Weight,
enclosure IP21, IP55 [kg]
Efficiency4)
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P30K
P37K
P45K
P55K
P75K
HO
NO
HO
NO
HO
NO
HO
NO
HO
NO
22
30
30
37
37
45
45
55
55
75
30
40
40
50
50
60
60
75
75
100
30
37
37
45
45
55
55
75
75
90
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
36
43
43
54
54
65
65
87
87
105
54
47.3
64.5
59.4
81
71.5
97.5
95.7
130.5
115.5
34
41
41
52
52
62
62
83
83
100
51
45.1
61.5
57.2
78
68.2
93
91.3
124.5
110
34.3
41.0
41.0
51.4
51.4
61.9
61.9
82.9
82.9
100.0
33.9
40.8
40.8
51.8
51.8
61.7
61.7
82.7
82.7
99.6
40.6
49.0
49.0
62.1
62.1
74.1
74.1
99.2
99.2
119.5
36
49
49
59
59
71
71
87
87
99
54
53.9
72
64.9
87
78.1
105
95.7
129
108.9
95 (4/0)
480
592
0.98
0.98
720
880
1200
0.98
0.98
65
0.98
For fuse ratings, see 10.3.1 Fuses
1) High overload = 160% torque during 60 sec., Normal overload = 110% torque during 60 sec.
2) American Wire Gauge.
3) Measured using 5 m screened motor cables at rated load and rated frequency.
4) The typical power loss is at nominal load conditions and expected to be within +/-15% (tolerence relates to variety
in voltage and cable conditions).
Values are based on a typical motor efficiency (eff2/eff3 border line). Motors with lower efficiency will also add to the
power loss in the frequency converter and opposite.
If the switching frequency is increased compared to the default setting, the power losses may rise significantly.
LCP and typical control card power consumptions are included. Further options and customer load may add up to 30W
to the losses. (Though typical only 4W extra for a fully loaded control card, or options for slot A or slot B, each).
Although measurements are made with state of the art equipment, some measurement inaccuracy must be allowed
for (+/-5%).
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10.2 General Technical Data
Mains supply (L1, L2, L3):
Supply voltage
Supply voltage
200-240 V
FC 301: 380-480 V / FC 302: 380-500 V
FC 302: 525-600 V
FC 302: 525-690 V
Supply voltage
±10%
±10%
±10%
±10%
Mains voltage low / mains drop-out:
During low mains voltage or a mains drop-out, the FC continues until the intermediate circuit voltage drops below the minimum stop
level, which corresponds typically to 15% below the frequency converter's lowest rated supply voltage. Power-up and full torque
cannot be expected at mains voltage lower than 10% below the frequency converter's lowest rated supply voltage.
Supply frequency
Max. imbalance temporary between mains phases
True Power Factor (λ)
Displacement Power Factor (cos ϕ)
Switching on input supply L1, L2, L3 (power-ups) ≤ 7.5 kW
Switching on input supply L1, L2, L3 (power-ups) 11-75 kW
Switching on input supply L1, L2, L3 (power-ups) ≥ 90 kW
Environment according to EN60664-1
50/60 Hz ±5%
3.0 % of rated supply voltage
≥ 0.9 nominal at rated load
near unity (> 0.98)
maximum 2 times/min.
maximum 1 time/min.
maximum 1 time/2 min.
overvoltage category III/pollution degree 2
The unit is suitable for use on a circuit capable of delivering not more than 100,000 RMS symmetrical Amperes, 240/500/600/ 690 V
maximum.
Motor output (U, V, W):
Output voltage
Output frequency (0.25-75kW)
Output frequency (90-1000kW)
Output frequency in Flux Mode (FC 302 only)
Switching on output
Ramp times
1)
0 - 100% of supply voltage
FC 301: 0.2 - 1000Hz / FC 302: 0 - 1000Hz
0 - 8001)Hz
0 - 300Hz
Unlimited
0.01 - 3600sec.
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Torque characteristics:
Starting torque (Constant torque)
Starting torque
Overload torque (Constant torque)
Starting torque (Variable torque)
Overload torque (Variable torque)
maximum 160% for 60 sec.1)
maximum 180% up to 0.5 sec.1)
maximum 160% for 60 sec.1)
maximum 110% for 60 sec.1)
maximum 110% for 60 sec.
Torque rise time in (independent of fsw)
Torque rise time in FLUX (for 5kHz fsw)
10ms
1ms
1)
Percentage relates to the nominal torque.
The torque response time depends on application and load but as a general rule, the torque step from 0 to reference is 4-5 x torque
rise time.
2)
Digital inputs:
Programmable digital inputs
Terminal number
Logic
Voltage level
Voltage level, logic'0' PNP
Voltage level, logic'1' PNP
Voltage level, logic '0' NPN2)
Voltage level, logic '1' NPN2)
Maximum voltage on input
Pulse frequency range
(Duty cycle) Min. pulse width
Input resistance, Ri
FC 301: 4 (5)1) / FC 302: 4 (6)1)
18, 19, 271), 291), 32, 33,
PNP or NPN
0 - 24V DC
< 5V DC
> 10V DC
> 19V DC
< 14V DC
28V DC
0 - 110kHz
4.5ms
approx.4 kΩ
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Safe stop Terminal 373, 4) (Terminal 37 is fixed PNP logic):
Voltage level
Voltage level, logic'0' PNP
Voltage level, logic'1' PNP
Maximum voltage on input
Nominal input current at 24V
Nominal input current at 20V
Input capacitance
0 - 24V DC
< 4V DC
>20V DC
28V DC
50mA rms
60mA rms
400nF
All digital inputs are galvanically isolated from the supply voltage (PELV) and other high-voltage terminals.
1) Terminals 27 and 29 can also be programmed as output.
2)
Except safe stop input Terminal 37.
Terminal 37 is only available in FC 302 and FC 301 A1 with Safe Stop. It can only be used as safe stop input. Terminal 37 is suitable
for PL d (ISO13849-1), SIL 2 (IEC 61508) and SILCL 2 (EN 62061) and implements a Safe Stop function in accordance with Safe Torque
Off (STO, EN 61800-5-2) and Stop Category 0 (EN 60204-1). Terminal 37 and the Safe Stop function are designed in conformance with
EN 60204-1, EN 61800-5-1, EN 61800-2, EN 61800-3, and EN 954-1. For correct and safe use of the Safe Stop function follow the related
information and instructions in the Design Guide.
4) When using a contactor with a DC coil inside in combination with Safe Stop, it is important to make a return way for the current
from the coil when turning it off. This can be done by using a freewheel diode (or, alternatively, a 30 or 50 V MOV for quicker response
time) across the coil. Typical contactors can be bought with this diode.
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Analog inputs:
Number of analog inputs
Terminal number
Modes
Mode select
Voltage mode
Voltage level
Input resistance, Ri
Max. voltage
Current mode
Current level
Input resistance, Ri
Max. current
Resolution for analog inputs
Accuracy of analog inputs
Bandwidth
2
53, 54
Voltage or current
Switch S201 and switch S202
Switch S201/switch S202 = OFF (U)
FC 301: 0 to + 10/ FC 302: -10 to +10 V (scaleable)
approx. 10 kΩ
± 20 V
Switch S201/switch S202 = ON (I)
0/4 to 20 mA (scaleable)
approx. 200 Ω
30 mA
10 bit (+ sign)
Max. error 0.5% of full scale
FC 301: 20 Hz/ FC 302: 100 Hz
The analog inputs are galvanically isolated from the supply voltage (PELV) and other high-voltage terminals.
Pulse/encoder inputs:
Programmable pulse/encoder inputs
Terminal number pulse/encoder
Max. frequency at terminal 29, 32, 33
Max. frequency at terminal 29, 32, 33
Min. frequency at terminal 29, 32, 33
Voltage level
72
2/1
291), 332) / 323), 333)
110kHz (Push-pull driven)
5kHz (open collector)
4Hz
see section on Digital input
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Maximum voltage on input
Input resistance, Ri
Pulse input accuracy (0.1 - 1kHz)
Encoder input accuracy (1 - 11 kHz)
28V DC
approx. 4kΩ
Max. error: 0.1% of full scale
Max. error: 0.05 % of full scale
The pulse and encoder inputs (terminals 29, 32, 33) are galvanically isolated from the supply voltage (PELV) and other high-voltage
terminals.
1) FC 302 only
2) Pulse inputs are 29 and 33
3) Encoder inputs: 32 = A, and 33 = B
Digital output:
Programmable digital/pulse outputs
Terminal number
Voltage level at digital/frequency output
Max. output current (sink or source)
Max. load at frequency output
Max. capacitive load at frequency output
Minimum output frequency at frequency output
Maximum output frequency at frequency output
Accuracy of frequency output
Resolution of frequency outputs
1)
2
27, 29 1)
0 - 24V
40mA
1kΩ
10nF
0Hz
32kHz
Max. error: 0.1 % of full scale
12 bit
Terminal 27 and 29 can also be programmed as input.
The digital output is galvanically isolated from the supply voltage (PELV) and other high-voltage terminals.
Analog output:
Number of programmable analog outputs
Terminal number
Current range at analog output
Max. load GND - analog output
Accuracy on analog output
Resolution on analog output
1
42
0/4 - 20mA
500Ω
Max. error: 0.5% of full scale
12 bit
The analogue output is galvanically isolated from the supply voltage (PELV) and other high-voltage terminals.
Control card, 24 V DC output:
Terminal number
Output voltage
Max. load
12, 13
24 V +1, -3 V
FC 301: 130 mA/ FC 302: 200 mA
The 24 V DC supply is galvanically isolated from the supply voltage (PELV), but has the same potential as the analog and digital
inputs and outputs.
Control card, 10V DC output:
Terminal number
Output voltage
Max. load
50
10.5V ±0.5V
15mA
The 10V DC supply is galvanically isolated from the supply voltage (PELV) and other high-voltage terminals.
Control card, RS-485 serial communication:
Terminal number
Terminal number 61
68 (P,TX+, RX+), 69 (N,TX-, RX-)
Common for terminals 68 and 69
The RS-485 serial communication circuit is functionally separated from other central circuits and galvanically isolated from the
supply voltage (PELV).
Control card, USB serial communication:
USB standard
USB plug
1.1 (Full speed)
USB type B “device” plug
Connection to PC is carried out via a standard host/device USB cable.
The USB connection is galvanically isolated from the supply voltage (PELV) and other high-voltage terminals.
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The USB ground connection is not galvanically isolated from protection earth. Use only an isolated laptop as PC connection to the
USB connector on the frequency converter.
Relay outputs:
Programmable relay outputs
Relay 01 Terminal number
Max. terminal load (AC-1)1) on 1-3 (NC), 1-2 (NO) (Resistive load)
Max. terminal load (AC-15)1) (Inductive load @ cosφ 0.4)
Max. terminal load (DC-1)1) on 1-2 (NO), 1-3 (NC) (Resistive load)
Max. terminal load (DC-13)1) (Inductive load)
Relay 02 (FC 302 only) Terminal number
Max. terminal load (AC-1)1) on 4-5 (NO) (Resistive load)2)3) Overvoltage cat. II
Max. terminal load (AC-15)1) on 4-5 (NO) (Inductive load @ cosφ 0.4)
Max. terminal load (DC-1)1) on 4-5 (NO) (Resistive load)
Max. terminal load (DC-13)1) on 4-5 (NO) (Inductive load)
Max. terminal load (AC-1)1) on 4-6 (NC) (Resistive load)
Max. terminal load (AC-15)1) on 4-6 (NC) (Inductive load @ cosφ 0.4)
Max. terminal load (DC-1)1) on 4-6 (NC) (Resistive load)
Max. terminal load (DC-13)1) on 4-6 (NC) (Inductive load)
Min. terminal load on 1-3 (NC), 1-2 (NO), 4-6 (NC), 4-5 (NO)
Environment according to EN 60664-1
FC 301all kW: 1 / FC 302 all kW: 2
1-3 (break), 1-2 (make)
240V AC, 2A
240V AC, 0.2A
60V DC, 1A
24V DC, 0.1A
4-6 (break), 4-5 (make)
400V AC, 2A
240V AC, 0.2A
80V DC, 2A
24V DC, 0.1A
240V AC, 2A
240V AC, 0.2A
50V DC, 2A
24V DC, 0.1A
24V DC 10mA, 24V AC 20mA
overvoltage category III/pollution degree 2
1)
IEC 60947 part 4 and 5
The relay contacts are galvanically isolated from the rest of the circuit by reinforced isolation (PELV).
2) Overvoltage Category II
3) UL applications 300V AC2A
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Cable lengths and cross sections for control cables1):
Max. motor cable length, screened
FC 301: 50m/FC 301 (A1): 25m/ FC 302: 150m
Max. motor cable length, unscreened
FC 301: 75m/FC 301 (A1): 50 m/ FC 302: 300m
Maximum cross section to control terminals, flexible/ rigid wire without cable end sleeves
1.5mm2/16 AWG
Maximum cross section to control terminals, flexible wire with cable end sleeves
1mm2/18 AWG
Maximum cross section to control terminals, flexible wire with cable end sleeves with collar
0.5mm2/20 AWG
Minimum cross section to control terminals
0.25mm2/ 24AWG
1)Power
cables, see tables in 10.1 Power-dependent Specifications.
Control card performance:
Scan interval
Control characteristics:
Resolution of output frequency at 0 - 1000Hz
Repeat accuracy of Precise start/stop (terminals 18, 19)
System response time (terminals 18, 19, 27, 29, 32, 33)
Speed control range (open loop)
Speed control range (closed loop)
Speed accuracy (open loop)
Speed accuracy (closed loop), depending on resolution of feedback device
Torque control accuracy (speed feedback)
FC 301: 5 ms / FC 302: 1 ms
± 0.003Hz
≤± 0.1msec
≤ 2ms
1:100 of synchronous speed
1:1000 of synchronous speed
30 - 4000rpm: error ±8rpm
0 - 6000rpm: error ±0.15rpm
max error±5% of rated torque
All control characteristics are based on a 4-pole asynchronous motor
Environment:
Enclosure
Vibration test
Max. relative humidity
Aggressive environment (IEC 60068-2-43) H2S test
Ambient temperature3)
1)
2)
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IP201)/ Type 1, IP212)/ Type 1, IP55/ Type 12, IP 66
1.0g
5% - 93%(IEC 721-3-3; Class 3K3 (non-condensing) during operation
class Kd
Max. 50°C (24-hour average maximum 45°C)
Only for ≤ 3.7kW (200 - 240V), ≤ 7.5kW (400 - 480/ 500V)
As enclosure kit for ≤ 3.7kW (200 - 240V), ≤ 7.5kW (400 - 480/ 500V)
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Derating for high ambient temperature, see special conditions in the Design Guide
Minimum ambient temperature during full-scale operation
Minimum ambient temperature at reduced performance
Temperature during storage/transport
Maximum altitude above sea level without derating
0°C
- 10°C
-25 - +65/70°C
1000m
Derating for high altitude, see special conditions in the Design Guide
EMC standards, Emission
EN 61800-3, EN 61000-6-3/4, EN 55011
EN 61800-3, EN 61000-6-1/2,
EN 61000-4-2, EN 61000-4-3, EN 61000-4-4, EN 61000-4-5, EN 61000-4-6
EMC standards, Immunity
See section on special conditions in the Design Guide.
Protection and Features:
•
•
Electronic thermal motor protection against overload.
•
•
•
The frequency converter is protected against short-circuits on motor terminals U, V, W.
•
The frequency converter constantly checks for critical levels of internal temperature, load current, high voltage on the
intermediate circuit and low motor speeds. As a response to a critical level, the frequency converter can adjust the
switching frequency and/ or change the switching pattern in order to ensure the performance of the frequency
converter.
Temperature monitoring of the heatsink ensures that the frequency converter trips if the temperature reaches a
predefined level. An overload temperature cannot be reset until the temperature of the heatsink is below the values
stated in the tables on the following pages (Guideline - these temperatures may vary for different power sizes, frame
sizes, enclosure ratings etc.).
If a mains phase is missing, the frequency converter trips or issues a warning (depending on the load).
Monitoring of the intermediate circuit voltage ensures that the frequency converter trips if the intermediate circuit
voltage is too low or too high.
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10.3 Fuse Tables
It is recommended to use fuses and/ or Circuit Breakers on
the supply side as protection in case of component breakdown inside the frequency converter (first fault).
NOTE
This is mandatory in order to ensure compliance with IEC
60364 for CE or NEC 2009 for UL.
a recommendation. Other types of circuit breakers may be
used provide they limit the energy into the frequency
converter to a level equal to or lower than the Moeller types.
If fuses/Circuit Breakers according to recommendations are
chosen, possible damages on the frequency converter will
mainly be limited to damages inside the unit.
For further information please see Application Note Fuses
and Circuit Breakers, MN.90.TX.YY
WARNING
Personnel and property must be protected against the
consequence of component break-down internally in the
frequency converter.
Branch Circuit Protection
In order to protect the installation against electrical and fire
hazard, all branch circuits in an installation, switch gear,
machines etc., must be protected against short-circuit and
over-current according to national/international regulations.
NOTE
The recommendations given do not cover Branch circuit
protection for UL!
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Short-circuit protection:
Danfoss recommends using the fuses/Circuit Breakers
mentioned below to protect service personnel and property
in case of component break-down in the frequency
converter.
Over current protection:
The frequency converter provides overload protection to
limit threats to human life, property damage and to avoid
fire hazard due to overheating of the cables in the installation. The frequency converter is equipped with an internal
over current protection (4-18 Current Limit) that can be used
for upstream overload protection (UL-applications excluded).
Moreover, fuses or Circuit Breakers can be used to provide
the over current protection in the installation. Over current
protection must always be carried out according to national
regulations.
10.3.1 Recommendations
WARNING
In case of malfunction, not following the recommendation
may result in personnel risk and damage to the frequency
converter and other equipment.
The following tables list the recommended rated current.
Recommended fuses are of the type gG for small to medium
power sizes. For larger powers, aR fuses are recommended.
For Circuit Breakers, Moeller types have been tested to have
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10.3.2 CE Compliance
Fuses or Circuit Breakers are mandatory to comply with IEC 60364. Danfoss recommend using a selection of the following.
The fuses below are suitable for use on a circuit capable of delivering 100,000 Arms (symmetrical), 240V, or 480V, or 500V, or
600V depending on the frequency converter voltage rating. With the proper fusing the frequency converter short circuit current
rating (SCCR) is 100,000 Arms.
Enclosure
FC 300 Power
Recommended
Recommended
Recommended circuit
fuse size
Max. fuse
breaker
Max trip level
Size
[kW]
Moeller
[A]
A1
0.25-1.5
gG-10
gG-25
PKZM0-16
16
A2
0.25-2.2
gG-10 (0.25-1.5)
gG-25
PKZM0-25
25
gG-32
PKZM0-25
25
gG-16 (2.2)
A3
3.0-3.7
gG-16 (3)
gG-20 (3.7)
B3
5.5
gG-25
gG-63
PKZM4-50
50
B4
7.5-15
gG-32 (7.5)
gG-125
NZMB1-A100
100
gG-50 (11)
gG-63 (15)
C3
18.5-22
gG-80 (18.5)
aR-125 (22)
gG-150 (18.5)
aR-160 (22)
NZMB2-A200
150
C4
30-37
aR-160 (30)
aR-200 (30)
NZMB2-A250
250
aR-200 (37)
aR-250 (37)
gG-10 (0.25-1.5)
gG-32
PKZM0-25
25
gG-32
PKZM0-25
25
gG-80
PKZM4-63
63
A4
0.25-2.2
gG-16 (2.2)
A5
0.25-3.7
gG-10 (0.25-1.5)
gG-16 (2.2-3)
gG-20 (3.7)
B1
5.5-7.5
gG-25 (5.5)
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gG-32 (7.5)
B2
11
gG-50
gG-100
NZMB1-A100
100
C1
15-22
gG-63 (15)
gG-160 (15-18.5)
NZMB2-A200
160
gG-80 (18.5)
aR-160 (22)
NZMB2-A250
250
gG-100 (22)
C2
30-37
aR-160 (30)
aR-200 (30)
aR-200 (37)
aR-250 (37)
Table 10.1 200-240V, Frame Sizes A, B, and C
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FC 300 Power
Recommended
Recommended
Recommended circuit
fuse size
Max. fuse
breaker
Size
[kW]
A1
0.37-1.5
gG-10
A2
0.37-4.0
gG-10 (0.37-3)
Max trip level
Moeller
[A]
gG-25
PKZM0-16
16
gG-25
PKZM0-25
25
gG-16 (4)
A3
5.5-7.5
gG-16
gG-32
PKZM0-25
25
B3
11-15
gG-40
gG-63
PKZM4-50
50
B4
18.5-30
gG-50 (18.5)
gG-125
NZMB1-A100
100
gG-100 (37)
gG-150 (37)
NZMB2-A200
150
gG-160 (45)
gG-160 (45)
aR-200 (55)
aR-250
NZMB2-A250
250
gG-32
PKZM0-25
25
gG-32
PKZM0-25
25
gG-63 (22)
gG-80 (30)
C3
C4
37-45
55-75
aR-250 (75)
A4
0.37-4
gG-10 (0.37-3)
gG-16 (4)
A5
0.37-7.5
gG-10 (0.37-3)
gG-16 (4-7.5)
B1
11-15
gG-40
gG-80
PKZM4-63
63
B2
18.5-22
gG-50 (18.5)
gG-100
NZMB1-A100
100
gG-160
NZMB2-A200
160
aR-250
NZMB2-A250
250
-
-
-
-
-
-
gG-63 (22)
C1
30-45
gG-80 (30)
gG-100 (37)
gG-160 (45)
C2
55-75
aR-200 (55)
aR-250 (75)
D
0 10
90-200
E
250-400
F
450-800
gG-300 (90)
gG-300 (90)
gG-350 (110)
gG-400 (132)
gG-350 (110)
gG-400 (132)
gG-500 (160)
gG-500 (160)
gG-630 (200)
gG-630 (200)
aR-700 (250)
aR-700 (250)
aR-900 (315-400)
aR-900 (315-400)
aR-1600 (450-500)
aR-1600 (450-500)
aR-2000 (560-630)
aR-2000 (560-630)
aR-2500 (710-800)
aR-2500 (710-800)
Table 10.2 380-500V, Frame Sizes A, B, C, D, E, and F
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FC 300 Power
Recommended
Recommended
Recommended circuit
fuse size
Max. fuse
breaker
Size
[kW]
A2
0-75-4.0
gG-10
A3
5.5-7.5
gG-10 (5.5)
Max trip level
Moeller
[A]
gG-25
PKZM0-25
25
gG-32
PKZM0-25
25
gG-63
PKZM4-50
50
gG-125
NZMB1-A100
100
gG-150
NZMB2-A200
150
aR-250
NZMB2-A250
250
gG-32
PKZM0-25
25
gG-80
PKZM4-63
63
gG-100
NZMB1-A100
100
gG-63 (37)
gG-160 (37-45)
NZMB2-A200
160
gG-100 (45)
aR-250 (55)
aR-250
NZMB2-A250
250
Recommended
Recommended
Recommended circuit
Max trip level
fuse size
Max. fuse
breaker
gG-16 (7.5)
B3
11-15
gG-25 (11)
gG-32 (15)
B4
18.5-30
gG-40 (18.5)
gG-50 (22)
gG-63 (30)
C3
37-45
gG-63 (37)
gG-100 (45)
C4
55-75
aR-160 (55)
aR-200 (75)
A5
0.75-7.5
gG-10 (0.75-5.5)
gG-16 (7.5)
B1
11-18
B2
22-30
gG-25 (11)
gG-32 (15)
gG-40 (18.5)
gG-50 (22)
gG-63 (30)
C1
37-55
aR-160 (55)
C2
75
aR-200 (75)
Table 10.3 525-600V, Frame Sizes A, B, and C
Enclosure
FC 300 Power
Size
[kW]
B2
11
gG-25 (11)
15
gG-32 (15)
18
gG-32 (18)
22
gG-40 (22)
30
37
45
C2
D
Moeller
[A]
gG-63
-
-
gG-63 (30)
gG-80 (30)
-
-
gG-63 (37)
gG-80 (45)
gG-100 (37)
gG-125 (45)
55
gG-100 (55)
gG-160 (55-75)
75
gG-125 (75)
-
-
-
-
-
-
37-315
E
355-560
F
630-1200
gG-125 (37)
gG-125 (37)
gG-160 (45)
gG-200 (55-75)
gG-160 (45)
gG-200 (55-75)
aR-250 (90)
aR-250 (90)
aR-315 (110)
aR-350 (132-160)
aR-315 (110)
aR-350 (132-160)
aR-400 (200)
aR-400 (200)
aR-500 (250)
aR-550 (315)
aR-500 (250)
aR-550 (315)
aR-700 (355-400)
aR-900 (500-560)
aR-700 (355-400)
aR-900 (500-560)
aR-1600 (630-900)
aR-1600 (630-900)
aR-2000 (1000)
aR-2000 (1000)
aR-2500 (1200)
aR-2500 (1200)
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Table 10.4 525-690V, Frame Sizes B, C, D, E, and F
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UL Compliance
Fuses or Circuit Breakers are mandatory to comply with NEC 2009. We recommend using a selection of the following
The fuses below are suitable for use on a circuit capable of delivering 100,000 Arms (symmetrical), 240V, or 480V, or 500V, or
600V depending on the frequency converter voltage rating. With the proper fusing the drive Short Circuit Current Rating (SCCR)
is 100,000 Arms.
Recommended max. fuse
FC 300
Power
Bussmann
1)
Bussmann
Bussmann
Bussmann
Bussmann
Bussmann
Type CC
Type J
Type T
Type CC
Type CC
0.25-0.37
KTN-R-05
JKS-05
JJN-05
FNQ-R-5
KTK-R-5
LP-CC-5
0.55-1.1
KTN-R-10
JKS-10
JJN-10
FNQ-R-10
KTK-R-10
LP-CC-10
1.5
KTN-R-15
JKS-15
JJN-15
FNQ-R-15
KTK-R-15
LP-CC-15
2.2
KTN-R-20
JKS-20
JJN-20
FNQ-R-20
KTK-R-20
LP-CC-20
3.0
KTN-R-25
JKS-25
JJN-25
FNQ-R-25
KTK-R-25
LP-CC-25
3.7
KTN-R-30
JKS-30
JJN-30
FNQ-R-30
KTK-R-30
LP-CC-30
5.5
KTN-R-50
KS-50
JJN-50
-
-
-
7.5
KTN-R-60
JKS-60
JJN-60
-
-
-
11
KTN-R-80
JKS-80
JJN-80
-
-
-
15-18.5
KTN-R-125
JKS-125
JJN-125
-
-
-
22
KTN-R-150
JKS-150
JJN-150
-
-
-
30
KTN-R-200
JKS-200
JJN-200
-
-
-
37
KTN-R-250
JKS-250
JJN-250
-
-
-
[kW]
Type RK1
Table 10.5 200-240V, Frame Sizes A, B, and C
Recommended max. fuse
FC 300
Power
0 10
[kW]
0.25-0.37
Ferraz-
Ferraz-
Shawmut
Shawmut
Type RK1
Type CC
Type RK13)
KLN-R-05
ATM-R-05
A2K-05-R
SIBA
Littel fuse
Type RK1
5017906-005
0.55-1.1
5017906-010
KLN-R-10
ATM-R-10
A2K-10-R
1.5
5017906-016
KLN-R-15
ATM-R-15
A2K-15-R
2.2
5017906-020
KLN-R-20
ATM-R-20
A2K-20-R
3.0
5017906-025
KLN-R-25
ATM-R-25
A2K-25-R
3.7
5012406-032
KLN-R-30
ATM-R-30
A2K-30-R
5.5
5014006-050
KLN-R-50
-
A2K-50-R
7.5
5014006-063
KLN-R-60
-
A2K-60-R
11
5014006-080
KLN-R-80
-
A2K-80-R
15-18.5
2028220-125
KLN-R-125
-
A2K-125-R
22
2028220-150
KLN-R-150
-
A2K-150-R
30
2028220-200
KLN-R-200
-
A2K-200-R
37
2028220-250
KLN-R-250
-
A2K-250-R
Table 10.6 200-240V, Frame Sizes A, B, and C
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Recommended max. fuse
FC 300
Ferraz-
Ferraz-
Shawmut
Shawmut
Bussmann
Littel fuse
Type JFHR22)
JFHR2
JFHR24)
J
0.25-0.37
FWX-5
-
-
HSJ-6
0.55-1.1
FWX-10
-
-
HSJ-10
1.5
FWX-15
-
-
HSJ-15
2.2
FWX-20
-
-
HSJ-20
3.0
FWX-25
-
-
HSJ-25
3.7
FWX-30
-
-
HSJ-30
5.5
FWX-50
-
-
HSJ-50
7.5
FWX-60
-
-
HSJ-60
11
FWX-80
-
-
HSJ-80
15-18.5
FWX-125
-
-
HSJ-125
22
FWX-150
L25S-150
A25X-150
HSJ-150
30
FWX-200
L25S-200
A25X-200
HSJ-200
37
FWX-250
L25S-250
A25X-250
HSJ-250
[kW]
Table 10.7 200-240V, Frame Sizes A, B, and C
1) KTS-fuses from Bussmann may substitute KTN for 240V frequency converters.
2) FWH-fuses from Bussmann may substitute FWX for 240V frequency converters.
3) A6KR fuses from FERRAZ SHAWMUT may substitute A2KR for 240V frequency converters.
4) A50X fuses from FERRAZ SHAWMUT may substitute A25X for 240V frequency converters.
Recommended max. fuse
FC 300
Bussmann
Bussmann
Bussmann
Bussmann
Bussmann
Bussmann
[kW]
Type CC
Type RK1
Type J
Type T
Type CC
Type CC
0.37-1.1
KTS-R-6
JKS-6
JJS-6
FNQ-R-6
KTK-R-6
LP-CC-6
1.5-2.2
KTS-R-10
JKS-10
JJS-10
FNQ-R-10
KTK-R-10
LP-CC-10
3
KTS-R-15
JKS-15
JJS-15
FNQ-R-15
KTK-R-15
LP-CC-15
4
KTS-R-20
JKS-20
JJS-20
FNQ-R-20
KTK-R-20
LP-CC-20
5.5
KTS-R-25
JKS-25
JJS-25
FNQ-R-25
KTK-R-25
LP-CC-25
7.5
KTS-R-30
JKS-30
JJS-30
FNQ-R-30
KTK-R-30
LP-CC-30
11
KTS-R-40
JKS-40
JJS-40
-
-
-
15
KTS-R-50
JKS-50
JJS-50
-
-
-
18
KTS-R-60
JKS-60
JJS-60
-
-
-
22
KTS-R-80
JKS-80
JJS-80
-
-
-
30
KTS-R-100
JKS-100
JJS-100
-
-
-
37
KTS-R-125
JKS-125
JJS-125
-
-
-
45
KTS-R-150
JKS-150
JJS-150
-
-
-
55
KTS-R-200
JKS-200
JJS-200
-
-
-
75
KTS-R-250
JKS-250
JJS-250
-
-
-
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Table 10.8 380-500V, Frame Sizes A, B, and C
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Recommended max. fuse
FC 302
[kW]
SIBA
Littel fuse
Ferraz-
Ferraz-
Shawmut
Shawmut
Type RK1
Type RK1
Type RK1
Type CC
0.37-1.1
5017906-006
KLS-R-6
ATM-R-6
A6K-6-R
1.5-2.2
5017906-010
KLS-R-10
ATM-R-10
A6K-10-R
3
5017906-016
KLS-R-15
ATM-R-15
A6K-15-R
4
5017906-020
KLS-R-20
ATM-R-20
A6K-20-R
5.5
5017906-025
KLS-R-25
ATM-R-25
A6K-25-R
7.5
5012406-032
KLS-R-30
ATM-R-30
A6K-30-R
11
5014006-040
KLS-R-40
-
A6K-40-R
15
5014006-050
KLS-R-50
-
A6K-50-R
18
5014006-063
KLS-R-60
-
A6K-60-R
22
2028220-100
KLS-R-80
-
A6K-80-R
30
2028220-125
KLS-R-100
-
A6K-100-R
37
2028220-125
KLS-R-125
-
A6K-125-R
45
2028220-160
KLS-R-150
-
A6K-150-R
55
2028220-200
KLS-R-200
-
A6K-200-R
75
2028220-250
KLS-R-250
-
A6K-250-R
Table 10.9 380-500V, Frame Sizes A, B, and C
Recommended max. fuse
FC 302
[kW]
0 10
Bussmann
Ferraz- Shawmut
Ferraz- Shawmut
Littel fuse
JFHR2
J
JFHR21)
JFHR2
0.37-1.1
FWH-6
HSJ-6
-
-
1.5-2.2
FWH-10
HSJ-10
-
-
3
FWH-15
HSJ-15
-
-
4
FWH-20
HSJ-20
-
-
5.5
FWH-25
HSJ-25
-
-
7.5
FWH-30
HSJ-30
-
-
11
FWH-40
HSJ-40
-
-
15
FWH-50
HSJ-50
-
-
18
FWH-60
HSJ-60
-
-
22
FWH-80
HSJ-80
-
-
30
FWH-100
HSJ-100
-
-
37
FWH-125
HSJ-125
-
-
45
FWH-150
HSJ-150
-
-
55
FWH-200
HSJ-200
A50-P-225
L50-S-225
75
FWH-250
HSJ-250
A50-P-250
L50-S-250
Table 10.10 380-500V, Frame Sizes A, B, and C
1) Ferraz-Shawmut A50QS fuses may substitute for A50P fuses.
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VLT®AutomationDrive Operating
Instructions
Specifications
Recommended max. fuse
FC 302
Bussmann
Bussmann
Bussmann
Bussmann
Bussmann
Bussmann
[kW]
Type CC
Type RK1
Type J
Type T
Type CC
Type CC
0.75-1.1
KTS-R-5
JKS-5
JJS-6
FNQ-R-5
KTK-R-5
LP-CC-5
1.5-2.2
KTS-R-10
JKS-10
JJS-10
FNQ-R-10
KTK-R-10
LP-CC-10
3
KTS-R15
JKS-15
JJS-15
FNQ-R-15
KTK-R-15
LP-CC-15
4
KTS-R20
JKS-20
JJS-20
FNQ-R-20
KTK-R-20
LP-CC-20
5.5
KTS-R-25
JKS-25
JJS-25
FNQ-R-25
KTK-R-25
LP-CC-25
7.5
KTS-R-30
JKS-30
JJS-30
FNQ-R-30
KTK-R-30
LP-CC-30
11
KTS-R-35
JKS-35
JJS-35
-
-
-
15
KTS-R-45
JKS-45
JJS-45
-
-
-
18
KTS-R-50
JKS-50
JJS-50
-
-
-
22
KTS-R-60
JKS-60
JJS-60
-
-
-
30
KTS-R-80
JKS-80
JJS-80
-
-
-
37
KTS-R-100
JKS-100
JJS-100
-
-
-
45
KTS-R-125
JKS-125
JJS-125
-
-
-
55
KTS-R-150
JKS-150
JJS-150
-
-
-
75
KTS-R-175
JKS-175
JJS-175
-
-
-
Table 10.11 525-600V, Frame Sizes A, B, and C
Recommended max. fuse
FC 302
SIBA
[kW]
0.75-1.1
Littel fuse
Ferraz-
Ferraz-
Shawmut
Shawmut
Type RK1
Type RK1
Type RK1
J
5017906-005
KLS-R-005
A6K-5-R
HSJ-6
1.5-2.2
5017906-010
KLS-R-010
A6K-10-R
HSJ-10
3
5017906-016
KLS-R-015
A6K-15-R
HSJ-15
4
5017906-020
KLS-R-020
A6K-20-R
HSJ-20
5.5
5017906-025
KLS-R-025
A6K-25-R
HSJ-25
7.5
5017906-030
KLS-R-030
A6K-30-R
HSJ-30
11
5014006-040
KLS-R-035
A6K-35-R
HSJ-35
15
5014006-050
KLS-R-045
A6K-45-R
HSJ-45
18
5014006-050
KLS-R-050
A6K-50-R
HSJ-50
22
5014006-063
KLS-R-060
A6K-60-R
HSJ-60
30
5014006-080
KLS-R-075
A6K-80-R
HSJ-80
37
5014006-100
KLS-R-100
A6K-100-R
HSJ-100
45
2028220-125
KLS-R-125
A6K-125-R
HSJ-125
55
2028220-150
KLS-R-150
A6K-150-R
HSJ-150
75
2028220-200
KLS-R-175
A6K-175-R
HSJ-175
10 10
Table 10.12 525-600V, Frame Sizes A, B, and C
1)
170M fuses shown from Bussmann use the -/80 visual indicator. –TN/80 Type T, -/110 or TN/110 Type T indicator
fuses of the same size and amperage may be substituted.
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VLT®AutomationDrive Operating
Instructions
Specifications
Recommended max. fuse
FC 302
Bussmann
Max.
[kW]
prefuse
Bussmann
Bussmann
SIBA
Ferraz-
Ferraz-
Shawmut
Shawmut
E163267/E2137
E2137
RK1/JDDZ
J/HSJ
HST-30
LittelFuse
E52273
E4273
E4273
E180276
E81895
RK1/JDDZ
J/JDDZ
T/JDDZ
RK1/JDDZ
RK1/JDDZ
11
30 A
KTS-R-30
JKS-30
JKJS-30
5017906-030
KLS-R-030
A6K-30-R
15-18.5
45 A
KTS-R-45
JKS-45
JJS-45
5014006-050
KLS-R-045
A6K-45-R
HST-45
22
60 A
KTS-R-60
JKS-60
JJS-60
5014006-063
KLS-R-060
A6K-60-R
HST-60
30
80 A
KTS-R-80
JKS-80
JJS-80
5014006-080
KLS-R-075
A6K-80-R
HST-80
37
90 A
KTS-R-90
JKS-90
JJS-90
5014006-100
KLS-R-090
A6K-90-R
HST-90
45
100 A
KTS-R-100
JKS-100
JJS-100
5014006-100
KLS-R-100
A6K-100-R
HST-100
55
125 A
KTS-R-125
JKS-125
JJS-125
2028220-125
KLS-150
A6K-125-R
HST-125
75
150 A
KTS-R-150
JKS-150
JJS-150
2028220-150
KLS-175
A6K-150-R
HST-150
* UL compliance only 525-600 V
Table 10.13 525-690V*, Frame Sizes B and C
10.4 Connection Tightening Torques
Power (kW)
Enclosure
Torque (Nm)
200-240V 380-480/500V 525-600V 525-690V
Mains
Motor
1.8
1.8
1.8
1.8
1.8
1.8
DC
Brake
Earth
Relay
1.8
1.8
3
0.6
1.8
1.8
3
0.6
1.8
1.8
3
0.6
connection
A2
0.25 - 2.2
0.37 - 4.0
A3
3.0 - 3.7
5.5 - 7.5
A4
0.25 - 2.2
0.37 - 4.0
A5
0.25 - 3.7
0.37 - 7.5
0.75 - 7.5
1.8
1.8
1.8
1.8
3
0.6
B1
5.5 - 7.5
11 - 15
11 - 15
1.8
1.8
1.5
1.5
3
0.6
B2
11
18
18
11
4.5
4.5
3.7
3.7
3
0.6
22
22
22
4.5
4.5
3.7
3.7
3
0.6
B3
5.5 - 7.5
11 - 15
11 - 15
1.8
1.8
1.8
1.8
3
0.6
B4
11 - 15
18 - 30
18 - 30
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
3
0.6
C1
15 - 22
30 - 45
30 - 45
10
10
10
10
3
0.6
C2
30 - 37
55 - 75
55 - 75
14/241)
14/241)
14
14
3
0.6
C3
18 - 22
37 - 45
37 - 45
10
10
10
10
3
0.6
C4
30 - 37
55 - 75
55 - 75
14/24
14
14
3
0.6
0 10
0.75 - 7.5
30 - 75
1)
14/24
1)
Table 10.14 Tightening of Terminals
1)
For different cable dimensions x/y, where x ≤ 95mm2 and y ≥ 95mm2.
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Index
VLT®AutomationDrive Operating
Instructions
Cooling
Cooling................................................................................................... 8
Clearance............................................................................................ 22
Index
A
Copying Parameter Settings............................................................ 29
A53............................................................................................................. 17
A54............................................................................................................. 17
AC
Input................................................................................................. 6, 14
Mains......................................................................................... 6, 10, 14
Waveform.............................................................................................. 6
Alarm Log......................................................................................... 30, 28
Alarms....................................................................................................... 49
AMA
With T27 Connected....................................................................... 41
Without T27 Connected................................................................ 41
Analog
Inputs..................................................................................... 15, 52, 72
Output........................................................................................... 15, 73
Application Examples......................................................................... 41
Approvals................................................................................................... 1
Auto
Mode..................................................................................................... 28
On............................................................................................ 29, 46, 48
Current
Limit............................................................................................... 25, 53
Rating............................................................................................... 8, 53
D
Danfoss FC.............................................................................................. 20
DC
Current............................................................................................ 6, 47
Link........................................................................................................ 52
Derating............................................................................................... 53, 8
Digital
Input....................................................................................... 48, 53, 17
Inputs..................................................................................... 15, 48, 33
Inputs:.................................................................................................. 71
Output.................................................................................................. 73
Disconnect
Switch................................................................................................... 23
Switches.............................................................................................. 21
Automatic Motor Adaptation................................................... 24, 46
E
Auto-reset............................................................................................... 27
Electrical Noise...................................................................................... 13
EMC..................................................................................................... 22, 54
B
Encoder Rotation.................................................................................. 25
Back Plate................................................................................................... 9
External
Commands..................................................................................... 6, 46
Controllers............................................................................................. 6
Interlock........................................................................................ 17, 33
Voltage................................................................................................. 31
Braking.............................................................................................. 54, 46
Branch Circuit Protection................................................................... 76
C
Cable Lengths And Cross Sections................................................. 74
Circuit Breakers...................................................................................... 22
Clearance
Clearance........................................................................................ 55, 8
Requirements....................................................................................... 8
Closed Loop............................................................................................ 17
Communication Option..................................................................... 55
Conduit.............................................................................................. 12, 22
Control
Cables................................................................................................... 16
Card Performance............................................................................ 74
Card, +10V DC Output.................................................................... 73
Card, 24 V DC Output..................................................................... 73
Card, RS-485 Serial Communication......................................... 73
Card, USB Serial Communication............................................... 73
Characteristics................................................................................... 74
Signal...................................................................................... 31, 32, 46
System................................................................................................ 5, 6
Terminals................................................... 10, 24, 29, 46, 48, 32, 16
Wire....................................................................................................... 16
Wiring.............................................................................. 12, 16, 22, 14
F
Fault
Log.................................................................................................. 28, 30
Messages............................................................................................. 52
Feedback..................................................................... 17, 22, 55, 47, 58
Floating Delta........................................................................................ 14
Full Load Current.............................................................................. 8, 21
Functional Testing.................................................................... 5, 26, 21
Fuses..................................................................................... 22, 55, 60, 76
Fusing................................................................................................ 12, 22
G
Ground
Connections................................................................................ 12, 22
Loops.................................................................................................... 16
Wire......................................................................................... 12, 13, 22
Grounded Delta.................................................................................... 14
Grounding
Grounding.............................................................. 12, 13, 14, 21, 22
Using Shielded Cable...................................................................... 13
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Index
VLT®AutomationDrive Operating
Instructions
H
Hand On..................................................................................... 25, 29, 46
Harmonics.................................................................................................. 6
I
IEC 61800-3............................................................................................. 14
Induced Voltage.................................................................................... 12
Initialisation............................................................................................ 30
Input
Current................................................................................................. 14
Disconnect.......................................................................................... 14
Power............................................................ 12, 14, 22, 49, 60, 6, 21
Signal.................................................................................................... 31
Signals........................................................................................... 16, 17
Terminals................................................................. 10, 14, 17, 21, 52
Voltage................................................................................... 23, 49, 53
Motor
Cables....................................................................................... 8, 12, 13
Current....................................................................... 6, 24, 53, 56, 28
Data............................................................. 24, 25, 30, 54, 53, 56, 24
Leads..................................................................................................... 54
Output.................................................................................................. 71
Power..................................................................................... 10, 12, 56
Protection.................................................................................... 12, 75
Rotation........................................................................................ 25, 28
Speeds.................................................................................................. 23
Status...................................................................................................... 6
Wiring............................................................................................ 12, 13
Wiring, And......................................................................................... 22
Mounting............................................................................................ 9, 22
Multiple
Frequency Converters............................................................. 12, 13
Motors.................................................................................................. 21
N
Installation.............................................. 5, 8, 9, 12, 16, 20, 22, 54, 23
Navigation Keys......................................................... 23, 31, 46, 27, 29
Isolated Mains........................................................................................ 14
Noise Isolation................................................................................ 12, 22
L
O
Leakage
Current.......................................................................................... 21, 12
Current (>3,5mA)............................................................................. 13
Open Loop....................................................................................... 17, 31
Lifting.......................................................................................................... 9
Local
Control................................................................................... 27, 29, 46
Control Panel..................................................................................... 27
Mode..................................................................................................... 25
Operation............................................................................................ 27
Start....................................................................................................... 25
Local-control Test................................................................................. 25
Operation Keys...................................................................................... 29
Optional Equipment......................................................... 14, 17, 23, 6
Output
Current.......................................................................................... 47, 53
Performance (U, V, W)..................................................................... 71
Signal.................................................................................................... 35
Terminals...................................................................................... 10, 21
Overcurrent............................................................................................ 47
Overload Protection........................................................................ 8, 12
Overvoltage..................................................................................... 26, 47
M
Main Menu................................................................................ 28, 31, 28
P
Mains
Mains.................................................................................................... 12
Supply............................................................................. 62, 66, 67, 68
Supply (L1, L2, L3)............................................................................ 71
Voltage..................................................................... 28, 29, 46, 52, 56
PELV.................................................................................................... 14, 44
Manual Initialisation............................................................................ 30
Mechanical Brake Control................................................................. 20
Power
Connections....................................................................................... 12
Factor........................................................................................ 6, 13, 22
Power-dependent................................................................................ 62
Pre-start.................................................................................................... 21
Menu
Keys................................................................................................ 27, 28
Structure....................................................................................... 29, 35
Programming
Programming......... 5, 17, 26, 28, 30, 33, 35, 40, 52, 23, 27, 29,
31
Example............................................................................................... 31
Modbus RTU........................................................................................... 20
Protection And Features.................................................................... 75
Pulse/Encoder Inputs.......................................................................... 72
Q
Quick
Menu....................................................................................... 31, 33, 28
Set-up................................................................................................... 24
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Index
VLT®AutomationDrive Operating
Instructions
R
Ramp-down Time................................................................................. 25
Ramp-up Time....................................................................................... 25
RCD............................................................................................................ 13
Reference....................................................................... 1, 41, 46, 47, 28
Relay Outputs................................................................................. 15, 74
Remote
Commands............................................................................................ 6
Programming.................................................................................... 40
Reference............................................................................................ 47
Reset......................................................... 27, 30, 48, 49, 53, 55, 58, 29
RFI Filter................................................................................................... 14
RMS Current.............................................................................................. 6
Run
Command........................................................................................... 26
Permissive........................................................................................... 47
Terminal
53............................................................................................. 31, 17, 31
54........................................................................................................... 17
Programming.................................................................................... 17
Programming Examples................................................................ 32
Thermistor
Thermistor............................................................................ 14, 53, 44
Control Wiring................................................................................... 14
Tightening Of Terminals.................................................................... 84
Torque
Characteristics................................................................................... 71
Limit...................................................................................................... 25
Transient Protection.............................................................................. 6
Trip
Trip........................................................................................................ 49
Function.............................................................................................. 12
Trip-lock................................................................................................... 49
Troubleshooting........................................................................ 5, 52, 60
V
S
Safety Inspection.................................................................................. 21
Voltage Level.......................................................................................... 71
Screened Control Cables................................................................... 16
Serial Communication... 6, 10, 15, 16, 29, 30, 46, 47, 48, 54, 49, 20,
73
W
Setpoint.................................................................................................... 48
Warning
And Alarm Definitions.................................................................... 50
And Alarm Displays......................................................................... 49
And Alarm Types.............................................................................. 49
Set-up................................................................................................ 26, 28
Warnings.................................................................................................. 49
Shielded
Cable......................................................................................... 8, 12, 22
Wire....................................................................................................... 12
Wire Sizes.......................................................................................... 12, 13
Set Up....................................................................................................... 28
Specifications......................................................................... 5, 9, 20, 62
Speed Reference....................................................... 17, 26, 32, 46, 41
Start Up.................................................................... 5, 30, 31, 21, 22, 60
Status
Messages............................................................................................. 46
Mode..................................................................................................... 46
Stop Command..................................................................................... 47
Supply Voltage................................................... 14, 15, 21, 52, 53, 55
Surroundings......................................................................................... 74
Switching Frequency................................................................... 47, 53
Symbols...................................................................................................... 1
System
Feedback............................................................................................... 6
Monitoring.......................................................................................... 49
Start Up................................................................................................ 26
T
Technical Data....................................................................................... 71
Temperature Limits............................................................................. 22
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