HA501718U001_01 : Product Manual to support the Parker SSD

HA501718U001_01 : Product Manual to support the Parker SSD
AC30 Versatile Drive
Frame D, E, F
HA501718U001 Issue 1
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AC30 User’s Manual
Frames D, E & F
HA501718U001 Issue 1
Compatible with Software Version 1.x onwards
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Contents
Contents ...................................................................Page No.
Contents ....................................................................... Page No.
Chapter 1: Safety ............................................................. 1-1
Wiring Diagrams ............................................................................. 4-15
Requirements .................................................................................... 1-1
Intended Users .......................................................................................... 1-1
Application Area ........................................................................................ 1-1
Personnel ................................................................................................... 1-2
Hazards ...................................................................................................... 1-2
Chapter 2: Introduction ................................................... 2-1
About this Manual ............................................................................ 2-1
How the Manual is Organised .................................................................. 2-1
Initial Steps ................................................................................................ 2-2
PC Requirements ...................................................................................... 2-2
Equipment Inspection ...................................................................... 2-3
Product Code: .......................................................................................... 2-3
Packaging and Lifting Details ......................................................... 2-4
Control Wiring Connections ...................................................................4-14
Minimum Connections ............................................................................4-15
Basic Speed Control ................................................................................4-16
Presets speeds.........................................................................................4-17
Raise / Lower trim ....................................................................................4-18
PID control................................................................................................4-19
AUXILLIARY COMMS...............................................................................4-19
AUXILLIARY COMMS...............................................................................4-20
AUTO/MANUAL CONTROL .....................................................................4-21
Terminal Block WIRE RANGE .................................................................4-22
Terminal Tightening Torques .................................................................4-23
Optional Equipment .................................................................................4-23
Brake Wiring.............................................................................................4-23
Fitting a Remote GKP ..................................................................... 4-24
Getting Started ................................................................................ 4-25
Chapter 3: Product Overview .......................................... 3-1
GKP Setup Wizard ...................................................................................4-25
Ethernet Communications ......................................................................4-26
AC30 Frame D, E, F .................................................................................. 3-1
Chapter 5: Associated Equipment .................................. 5-1
Product Range .................................................................................. 3-1
Control Features ............................................................................... 3-2
Functional Overview ........................................................................ 3-3
Chapter 4: Installation ..................................................... 4-1
Main Points .................................................................................................5-1
AC Motor Chokes.............................................................................. 5-2
Dynamic Braking Resistors ............................................................. 5-3
Wiring Details .............................................................................................5-3
Cubicle Mount ................................................................................... 4-1
Dynamic Braking Resistors ............................................................. 5-4
Through Panel Mount ....................................................................... 4-3
Through Panel Mount ....................................................................... 4-4
Circuit Breakers ................................................................................ 5-6
External EMC Filters ......................................................................... 5-6
Input Chokes ..................................................................................... 5-7
Gaskets .............................................................................................. 5-7
Cabling Bracket for Control & Main Cable ..................................... 5-7
Option Cards ..................................................................................... 5-8
Dimensions for CUBICLE Mount Installation.......................................... 4-1
Mounting the Drive .................................................................................... 4-2
Ventilation .................................................................................................. 4-2
Cubicle Mounting Details (all frame sizes).............................................. 4-3
Mounting Brackets .................................................................................... 4-3
Dimensions for Through Panel Installation ............................................ 4-4
Mounting the Drive .................................................................................... 4-5
Ventilation .................................................................................................. 4-5
Through Panel MOUNT Cutout Details .................................................... 4-6
Through Panel Mounting Details (all frame sizes) ................................. 4-7
Cabling Bracket for Control & Main Cable ..................................... 4-9
Electrical Installation ...................................................................... 4-10
Wiring Instructions.................................................................................. 4-10
Power Wiring Connections..................................................................... 4-11
Control Module Cover Removal .................................................... 4-12
Control Module Removal ............................................................... 4-13
Resistor Selection......................................................................................5-4
INSTALLATION DETAILS ..........................................................................5-9
Chapter 6 Safe Torque Off SIL3/PLe............................... 6-1
General Information ......................................................................... 6-1
STO Functional Description ......................................................................6-2
Alignment to European Standards ................................................. 6-3
EN ISO13849-1:2008 ..................................................................................6-3
EN61800-5-2:2007 and EN61508 ...............................................................6-4
Safety Specification ......................................................................... 6-5
EMC Specification ............................................................................ 6-5
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User Connections ............................................................................. 6-6
STO Technical Specification ........................................................... 6-8
Inputs Specification .................................................................................. 6-8
Output Specification ................................................................................. 6-9
Truth Table............................................................................................... 6-10
STO Input Timing Diagrams .......................................................... 6-11
Ideal Operation ........................................................................................ 6-11
Typical Operation .................................................................................... 6-12
Fault Operation ........................................................................................ 6-13
Pulsed Inputs........................................................................................... 6-14
STO State Transition Diagram....................................................... 6-15
STO Trip Annunciation .................................................................. 6-15
STO Trip Annunciation .................................................................. 6-16
Safety Warnings and Limitations .................................................. 6-17
Example User Wiring .............................................................................. 6-19
Applications that do not require STO function ..................................... 6-20
Minimum STO Implementation ............................................................... 6-21
STO Implementation with Safety Control Unit ...................................... 6-22
SS1 Implementation using Safety Control Unit .................................... 6-24
STO Function Checking ................................................................. 6-26
Comprehensive Check ................................................................... 6-27
The following test steps must be performed: ....................................... 6-28
Regular Check ......................................................................................... 6-32
Troubleshooting ............................................................................. 6-33
Chapter 7: The Graphical Keypad .................................. 7-1
Overview ............................................................................................ 7-2
Keypad ............................................................................................... 7-3
The Display........................................................................................ 7-4
Drive Status Summary .............................................................................. 7-4
Soft key action indication ......................................................................... 7-5
Contents ....................................................................... Page No.
Favourites ...................................................................................................8-2
Update Firmware ........................................................................................8-3
Setup ...........................................................................................................8-3
Advanced Setup .........................................................................................8-3
Monitor........................................................................................................8-3
Advanced Monitor......................................................................................8-3
Parameters .................................................................................................8-3
Parameter Map .................................................................................. 8-4
Chapter 9: Setup Wizard.................................................. 9-1
GKP Setup Wizard ............................................................................ 9-1
Parker Drive Quicktool (PDQ) PC Software ................................... 9-3
Installation ..................................................................................................9-3
STARTING THE WIZARD ...........................................................................9-5
Task selection ............................................................................................9-7
Find drive ....................................................................................................9-8
Select mACRO..........................................................................................9-10
Select motor .............................................................................................9-11
SETUP THE DRIVE CONTROL ................................................................9-13
Setup I/O ...................................................................................................9-14
Setup COMMUNICATIONS ......................................................................9-16
...................................................................................................................9-16
COMMISSION THE DRIVE .......................................................................9-17
MONITOR THE DRIVE ..............................................................................9-18
Chapter 10: Trips & Fault Finding................................. 10-1
Trips and Fault Finding .................................................................. 10-1
What Happens when a Trip Occurs ........................................................10-1
Resetting a Trip Condition ......................................................................10-1
Using the Keypad to Manage Trips ........................................................10-2
Hexadecimal Representation of Trips ....................................................10-5
Fault Finding ................................................................................... 10-6
LEDS .................................................................................................. 7-5
The Menu System ............................................................................. 7-6
Chapter 11: Routine Maintenance & Repair ................. 11-1
Trips and other Information displays ............................................. 7-7
FAN Cassette ...........................................................................................11-1
DC Link Capacitors ..................................................................................11-2
Navigating the Menu System ................................................................... 7-6
Changing a Parameter Value.................................................................... 7-6
Routine Maintenance ..................................................................... 11-1
Preventative Maintenance ............................................................. 11-1
Chapter 8: Menu Organisation........................................ 8-1
Repair ............................................................................................... 11-2
Menu Map .......................................................................................... 8-1
Menu Map Summary ................................................................................. 8-1
Saving Your Application Data .................................................................11-2
Returning the Unit to Parker ...................................................................11-2
Control Screen .......................................................................................... 8-2
Chapter 12: Ethernet ...................................................... 12-1
Menu Descriptions ........................................................................... 8-2
Contents
Contents ...................................................................Page No.
Introduction ..................................................................................... 12-1
Connecting to a Network ............................................................... 12-1
Recommended CABLE ........................................................................... 12-1
Status Monitoring .................................................................................... 12-1
Contents ....................................................................... Page No.
Appendix C: Compliance ................................................ C-1
Applicable Standards ............................................................................... C-1
EUROPEAN COMPLIANCE ............................................................. C-2
CE Marking ................................................................................................ C-2
EMC Compliance....................................................................................... C-3
Setting the IP Address ................................................................... 12-2
Typical Wiring Configurations ...................................................... 12-4
Web (HTTP) Server ......................................................................... 12-6
EMC Standards Comparison .......................................................... C-4
Troubleshooting ............................................................................. 12-8
EMC Installation Guidance ............................................................. C-9
Parameter Summary ..................................................................... 12-11
Harmonic Information ................................................................... C-21
Requirements for North American and Canadian Compliance C-24
Web Pages ............................................................................................... 12-6
Troubleshooting the Web Server ........................................................... 12-7
Flashing GKP icon .................................................................................. 12-8
An IP Address is set but there is no communication.......................... 12-9
Link Detection ......................................................................................... 12-9
Changing the PC Ethernet settings ..................................................... 12-10
Appendix A: Modbus TCP ............................................... A-1
Introduction ...................................................................................... A-1
Modbus Register Mapping.............................................................. A-1
Arrays .........................................................................................................A-2
Strings ........................................................................................................A-3
Supported Modbus Functions........................................................ A-5
Read Holding Registers (#3) ....................................................................A-5
Read Input Registers (#4) .........................................................................A-5
Write Single Register (#6) .........................................................................A-5
Write Multiple Registers (#16) ..................................................................A-5
Modbus Exception Codes............................................................... A-6
ILLEGAL FUNCTION (01) ..........................................................................A-6
Illegal Data Address (02)...........................................................................A-6
Illegal Data Value (03) ...............................................................................A-6
Process Active and Lost Communications Trip........................... A-6
Process Active Flag ..................................................................................A-6
Trip .............................................................................................................A-6
Parameter Summary ........................................................................ A-7
Appendix B: Sequencing Logic ...................................... B-1
Drive State Machine ........................................................................ B-1
DS402 .........................................................................................................B-1
Sequencing State ......................................................................................B-1
Sequencing Diagram.................................................................................B-2
State Transitions .......................................................................................B-3
COMMAND WORD .....................................................................................B-5
STATUS WORD .........................................................................................B-6
3
Radiated..................................................................................................... C-4
Conducted Emission ................................................................................ C-5
AC30 EMC Compliance (4kHz) ................................................................. C-6
Protective Earth (PE) Connections.......................................................... C-9
mitigating Radiated Emissions .............................................................. C-10
Cabling Requirements ............................................................................ C-12
Internal Filter Disconnection ................................................................ C-18
North American Compliance .................................................................. C-24
Canadian Compliance ............................................................................ C-25
North American and Canadian Compliance Information..................... C-25
Environmental ................................................................................ C-28
Restriction, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH)
.................................................................................................................. C-28
Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) ..................................... C-28
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) ........................... C-29
Appendix D: Parameter Reference ................................ D-1
Parameter Descriptions .................................................................. D-1
Autotune .................................................................................................... D-2
BACnet IP .................................................................................................. D-4
BACnet MSTP ............................................................................................ D-5
Braking ...................................................................................................... D-6
CANopen ................................................................................................... D-7
CC Link ...................................................................................................... D-8
Comms....................................................................................................... D-9
Control Mode ........................................................................................... D-10
ControlNet ............................................................................................... D-11
Current Limit ........................................................................................... D-12
Device Commands .................................................................................. D-13
DeviceNet ................................................................................................ D-14
Drive info ................................................................................................. D-15
Energy Meter ........................................................................................... D-16
EtherCAT ................................................................................................. D-17
Ethernet ................................................................................................... D-18
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EtherNet IP ...............................................................................................D-19
Event ........................................................................................................D-20
Feedbacks................................................................................................D-21
Fluxing VHz..............................................................................................D-24
Flycatching ..............................................................................................D-28
General Purpose IO .................................................................................D-30
Graphical Keypad ....................................................................................D-31
Induction Motor Data ..............................................................................D-33
Inj Braking................................................................................................D-34
IO Configure ............................................................................................D-35
IO Option Common .................................................................................D-36
IO Values ..................................................................................................D-37
Local Control ...........................................................................................D-39
Minimum Speed .......................................................................................D-40
Modbus ....................................................................................................D-41
Modbus RTU ............................................................................................D-42
Modbus TCP ............................................................................................D-43
Motor Load...............................................................................................D-44
Motor Nameplate .....................................................................................D-47
Option Ethernet .......................................................................................D-48
Pattern Generator....................................................................................D-49
PID ............................................................................................................D-50
PMAC Flycatching ...................................................................................D-52
PMAC Motor Data ....................................................................................D-53
PMAC SVC ...............................................................................................D-55
Preset Speeds .........................................................................................D-63
Profibus DP-V1 ........................................................................................D-65
PROFINET IO ...........................................................................................D-66
Raise Lower .............................................................................................D-67
Ramp ........................................................................................................D-69
Read Process ..........................................................................................D-73
Scale Setpoint .........................................................................................D-74
Sequencing ..............................................................................................D-75
Setup Wizard ...........................................................................................D-77
Skip Frequencies ....................................................................................D-78
Slew Rate .................................................................................................D-81
Slip Compensation ..................................................................................D-82
Spd Direct Input ......................................................................................D-83
Spd Loop Diagnostics ............................................................................D-84
Spd Loop Settings...................................................................................D-85
Speed Ref.................................................................................................D-88
Stabilisation .............................................................................................D-89
Stack Inv Time .........................................................................................D-90
Stall Trip ...................................................................................................D-92
Contents ....................................................................... Page No.
Torque Limit ............................................................................................ D-93
Trips History............................................................................................ D-95
Trips Status ............................................................................................. D-96
Voltage Control ....................................................................................... D-97
Web Server .............................................................................................. D-98
Write Process .......................................................................................... D-99
Parameter Table ........................................................................... D-100
Appendix E: E Plan Library .............................................E-1
E Plan Library................................................................................... E-1
Appendix F: Technical Specifications............................ F-1
Understanding the Product Code ................................................... F-1
Model Number ........................................................................................... F-1
Environmental Details .............................................................................. F-2
Earthing/Safety Details ............................................................................. F-3
INTERNAL Cooling Fans .......................................................................... F-3
Electrical Ratings (400V Build Variant) ................................................... F-4
Input Fuse Ratings (Europe) .................................................................... F-6
Input Fuse Ratings (North America and Canada) .................................. F-6
FRAME D Internal Dynamic Brake Switch ............................................. F-7
FRAME E Internal Dynamic Brake Switch ............................................. F-7
FRAME F Internal Dynamic Brake Switch .............................................. F-7
Supply Short Circuit Rating ..................................................................... F-8
Analog Inputs/Outputs ............................................................................. F-9
REFERENCE OUTPuts ............................................................................. F-9
Digital Inputs ........................................................................................... F-10
Digital Outputs ........................................................................................ F-10
USER 24v SUPPLY (X13/05) ................................................................... F-11
RelayS ...................................................................................................... F-11
Safety
Chapter 1:
1-1
Safety
Safety Information
IMPORTANT
Please read these important Safety notes before installing and operating this equipment
Caution
CAUTION notes in the manual warn of danger to equipment.
WARNING
NOTES IN THE MANUAL WARN OF DANGER TO PERSONEL
Requirements
INTENDED USERS
This manual is to be made available to all persons who are required to install, configure or service equipment described herein, or any other
associated operation.
The information given is intended to highlight safety issues, and to enable the user to obtain maximum benefit from the equipment.
Complete the following table for future reference detailing how the unit is to be installed and used.
INSTALLATION DETAILS
Where installed
(for your own
information)
Model Number
(see product label)
Unit used as a:
(refer to
Certification)
APPLICATION AREA
 Component
 Relevant Apparatus
Unit fitted:
 Cubicle mounted
 Through Panel Mounted
The equipment described is intended for industrial motor speed control utilising AC induction or AC permanent magnet synchronous machines.
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Safety
PERSONNEL
Installation, operation and maintenance of the equipment should be carried out by competent personnel. A competent person is someone who is
technically qualified and familiar with all safety information and established safety practices; with the installation process, operation and maintenance
of this equipment; and with all the hazards involved.
DANGER
Risk of electric shock
WARNING
Hot surfaces
Caution
Refer to
documentation
Earth/Ground
Protective Conductor
Terminal
HAZARDS
DANGER! - Ignoring the following may result in injury
1. This equipment can endanger life by exposure to rotating
machinery and high voltages.
2. The equipment must be permanently earthed due to the high
earth leakage current, and the drive motor must be connected to
an appropriate safety earth.
3. Ensure all incoming supplies are isolated before working on the
equipment. Be aware that there may be more than one supply
connection to the drive.
4. There may still be dangerous voltages present at power terminals
(motor output, supply input phases, DC bus and the brake, where
fitted) when the motor is at standstill or is stopped.
5. For measurements use only a meter to IEC 61010 (CAT III or
higher). Always begin using the highest range.
CAT I and CAT II meters must not be used on this product.
6. Allow at least 5 minutes for the drive's capacitors to discharge to
safe voltage levels (<50V). Use the specified meter capable of
measuring up to 1000V dc & ac rms to confirm that less than 50V
is present between all power terminals and between power
terminals and earth.
7. Unless otherwise stated, this product must NOT be dismantled. In
the event of a fault the drive must be returned. Refer to "Routine
Maintenance and Repair".
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Safety
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WARNING! - Ignoring the following may result in injury or damage to equipment
SAFETY
Where there is conflict between EMC and Safety requirements, personnel safety shall always take precedence.
• Never perform high voltage resistance checks on the
wiring without first disconnecting the drive from the circuit
being tested.
• All control and signal terminals are SELV, i.e. protected by double
insulation. Ensure all external wiring is rated for the highest system
voltage.
• Whilst ensuring ventilation is sufficient, provide guarding
and /or additional safety systems to prevent injury or
damage to equipment.
• Thermal sensors contained within the motor must have at least
basic insulation.
• When replacing a drive in an application and before
returning to use, it is essential that all user defined
parameters for the product’s operation are correctly
installed.
• All exposed metalwork in the Inverter is protected by basic
insulation and bonded to a safety earth.
• RCDs are not recommended for use with this product but, where
their use is mandatory, only Type B RCDs should be used.
EMC
• In a domestic environment this product may cause radio
interference in which case supplementary mitigation
measures may be required.
• This equipment contains electrostatic discharge (ESD)
sensitive parts. Observe static control precautions when
handling, installing and servicing this product.
• This is a product of the restricted sales distribution class according
to IEC 61800-3. It is designated as “professional equipment” as
defined in EN61000-3-2. Permission of the supply authority shall be
obtained before connection to the low voltage supply.
WARNING! – Control Unit Removal / Fitting
Isolate supply before plugging or unplugging control unit to the power stack.
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Safety
CAUTION!
APPLICATION RISK
• The specifications, processes and circuitry described herein are for guidance only and may need to be adapted to the user’s
specific application. We can not guarantee the suitability of the equipment described in this Manual for individual applications.
RISK ASSESSMENT
Under fault conditions, power loss or unintended operating conditions, the drive may not operate as intended. In particular:
•
Stored energy might not discharge to safe
levels as quickly as suggested, and can still
be present even though the drive appears to
be switched off
•
The motor's direction of rotation might not be controlled
•
The motor speed might not be controlled
•
The motor might be energised
A drive is a component within a drive system that may influence its operation or effects under a fault condition. Consideration must
be given to:
• Stored energy
• Supply disconnects
• Sequencing logic
• Unintended operation
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Chapter 2:
Introduction
Introduction 2-1
About this Manual
IMPORTANT
NOTE
Motors used must be suitable for Inverter duty.
Do not attempt to control motors whose rated current is less than 25% of the drive rated current. Poor motor control or Autotune
problems may occur if you do.
This manual is intended for use by the installer, user and programmer of the AC30 drive. It assumes a reasonable level of understanding in these
three disciplines.
NOTE
Please read all Safety information before proceeding with the installation and operation of this unit.
It is important that you pass this manual on to any new user of this unit.
HOW THE MANUAL IS ORGANISED
This Engineering Reference manual is organised into chapters, indicated by the numbering on the edge of each page. If the manual is to be
printed it is designed so that it should be printed double-sided using the short-edge for binding.
Information for all AC30 units is included, (frames D, E & F).
Parker Hannifin Manufacturing Limited is referred to as “Parker” throughout the manual.
The manual is more detailed than the relevant QuickStart manual, and so is of use to the unfamiliar as well as the high-end user.
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Introduction
INITIAL STEPS
Use the manual to help you plan the following:
Installation
Operation
Know your requirements:
• certification requirements, CE/UL/CUL conformance
• conformance with local installation requirements
• supply and cabling requirements
Know your operator:
• how is it to be operated, local and/or remote?
• what level of user is going to operate the unit?
• decide on the best menu level for the Keypad (where supplied)
Programming (Parker Drive Quicktool) – pc programming tool
Know your application:
• Install the Parker Drive Quicktool (PDQ) can be downloaded from www.parker.com/ssd/pdq
• Connect your pc to your Drive via Ethernet
• Commission your Drive with the Parker Drive Quicktool wizard
• Go to Appendix D Parameter Reference for more information
PC REQUIREMENTS
Minimum system requirements:
• 1GB RAM
• 1GHz Pentium
• 1GB free Hard Disk space
• 1024x768 screen resolution
Operating Systems:
• Windows XP
• Windows Vista (32 bit)
• Windows 7 (32 & 64 bit)
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Introduction 2-3
Equipment Inspection
♦
♦
Check for signs of transit damage
Check the product code on the rating label conforms to your requirement.
If the unit is not being installed immediately, store the unit in a well-ventilated place away from high temperatures, humidity, dust, or metal
particles.
Storage and Shipping Temperatures
Storage Temperature :
Shipping Temperature :
-25°C to +55°C
Refer to Appendix F: “Technical Specification” for understanding the product code.
-25°C to +70°C
Example only:Block 1
PRODUCT CODE:
Family
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IP Rating
IP
IP
IP
IP
IP
IP
Industry
Industry, General
Industry, Hydraulics
Industry, Refridgeration
Supply voltage:
400V / 480V
Rating Data:
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Block 2
3 1 V - 4 D
Rating,
Rating,
Rating,
Rating,
Rating,
Rating,
Brake Switch
Not Fitted
Brake switch fitted
EMC filter
None
Category C3
Category C2
GKP
Not Fitted
Blank Fitted
GKP Fitted
Conformal Coating
Standard 3C3
Enhanced
Special Option
None
F
Block 4
- 2 S 0000
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
IP21 SD
IP54 SD
Cold Plate SD
IP21 CD
IP54 CD
Cold Plate CD
400V 3 phase supply
Block 3
0004 - B
V
F
R
4
Normal Duty
kW
hp
1.1
1.5
1.5
2
2.2
3
3
4
5
5.5
7.5
7.5
10
11
15
15
20
18
25
Heavy Duty
kW
hp
0.75
1
1.1
1.5
1.5
2
2.2
3
3
4
5
5.5
7.5
7.5
10
11
15
15
20
Frame
Size
D
D
D
D
D
D
E
E
F
F
D
D
D
D
D
D
E
E
F
F
0004
0005
0006
0008
0010
0012
0016
0023
0032
0038
N
B
N
E
F
0
1
2
S
E
0000
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Introduction
Packaging and Lifting Details
Caution
The packaging is combustible. Igniting it may lead to the generation of lethal toxic fumes.
♦
Save the packaging in case of return. Improper packaging can result in transit damage.
♦
Use a safe and suitable lifting procedure when moving the unit. Never lift the unit by its terminal connections.
♦
Prepare a clear, flat surface to receive the drive before attempting to move it. Do not damage any terminal connections when
putting the unit down.
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Chapter 3:
Product Overview 3-1
Product Overview
Removable Fan Cassette
Can be removed for cleaning and replacement see Fan Cassette in
Chapter 11
Product Range
AC30 FRAME D, E, F
Top Terminal Cover
SD Card
Drive configuration storage and
application cloning
Removable Mounting Feet
Integrated Ethernet
Drive programming, monitoring and
Modbus TCP/IP COMMS
GPIO (General Purpose I/O Option)
A range of field fittable I/O Options.
Power Stack
Graphical Keypad (GKP)
Integrated quick start guide
and multi-language support
Control Module
Control Module Cover
Bottom Terminal Cover
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Fieldbus Option
A range of field-fittable
communications and I/O options
Figure 3-1
Illustrated Frame D
3-2
Product Overview
Control Features
The drive is fully featured when controlled using the optional Keypad (or a suitable pc programming tool).
The ‘General’ control features below are not user-selectable when the unit is controlled using the analog and digital inputs and outputs.
General
Protection
Output Frequency
Switching Frequency
Voltage Boost
Motor Control Modes
Skip Frequencies
Preset Speeds
Stopping Modes
S Ramp and Linear Ramp
Raise/Lower
Jog
Diagnostics
Trip Conditions
Current Limit
Dual Rating
Inputs/Outputs
Analog Inputs
Analog Outputs
Digital Inputs
Digital I/O
Relay Outputs
Selectable 0 – 500Hz
4 – 16 kHz
0-25%
Induction motor VHz or Sensorless Vector Control (with autotune)
PMAC motor – Sensorless Vector Control
Skip frequencies with adjustable skip band width
User selectable preset speeds
Ramp, coast, dc injection, fast stop
Symmetric or asymmetric ramp up and down rates
Programmable MOP function
Programmable jog speed
Full diagnostic and monitoring facilities
Output short line to line, and line to earth
Overcurrent > 220%
Stall
Heatsink overtemperature
Motor Thermistor overtemperature (using optional GPIO)
Overvoltage and undervoltage
Adjustable 110% (ND) or 150% (HD)
180% shock load limit (HD)
Inverse Time
Normal duty (110% overload for 60s)
Heavy duty (150% overload for 60s)
2 inputs – configurable; voltage or current
2 configurable outputs; voltage or current
3 configurable 24V dc inputs
4 configurable 24V dc open collector outputs/digital inputs
2 configurable relay output
Table 3-1 Control Features
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Functional Overview
These components could be omitted from a common DC link drive or an AFE unit
LINK – customer accessible
MOVs
L1
Precharge
Control
EMC
Filter
DB+
DC+
Input
rectifier
DC+
Iu
Inverter
stage
M1/U
DB
+
L2
M2/V
X6
DB
L3
DC-
Filter
Earth
PE
PWM
DCDB control
LINK – customer accessible
DC+
ISOLATION
SMPS
Main cooling
Fan(s) (24V)
Switched fan supply
Control Module
Block Diagram for Frames D, E, F
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EEPROM
IW
PE
stack
temperature
POWER
CONTROL
DC-
serviceable
&
testable
M3/W
Iu
Iv
Precharge
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Product Overview
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Chapter 4:
Installation 4-1
Installation
IMPORTANT
Read Appendix C: “Compliance” before installing this unit.
Cubicle Mount
DIMENSIONS FOR CUBICLE MOUNT INSTALLATION
Figure 4-1 Mechanical Dimensions for AC30 Drive - Frame D Illustrated
Models
Frame D
Max. Weight
4.5 kg (10 lbs)
H
H1
286.0 (11.26) 270.0 (10.6)
H2
6.5 (0.25)
W
100.0 (3.93)
W1
80.0 (3.15)
W2
10.0 (0.39)
Frame E
6.8 kg (15 lbs)
333.0 (13.11) 320.0 (12.6)
6.5 (0.25)
125.0 (4.92)
100.0 (3.93)
12.5 (0.49)
Frame F
10.0 kg (22 lbs)
383.0 (15.07) 370.0 (14.5)
6.5 (0.25)
150.0 (5.90)
125.0 (4.92)
12.5 (0.49)
All dimensions are in millimetres (inches)
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D
255.0 (10.0)
Fixings
255.0 (10.0) Slot 4.5mm wide
Use M4 fixings
255.0 (10.0)
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Installation
MOUNTING THE DRIVE
The unit must be mounted vertically on a solid, flat, vertical surface, or mounted inside a suitable cubicle, depending upon the required level of
EMC compliance - refer to Appendix F: “Technical Specifications”.
VENTILATION
The drive gives off heat in normal operation and must therefore be mounted to allow the free flow of air through the ventilation slots and heatsink.
Maintain minimum clearances for ventilation as given in the tables below to ensure adequate cooling of the drive, and that heat generated by
other adjacent equipment is not transmitted to the drive. Be aware that other equipment may have its own clearance requirements. When
mounting two or more AC30 units together, these clearances are additive. Ensure that the mounting surface is normally cool.
Minimum Air Clearance (Frames D, E & F)
Cubicle-Mount Product/Application
(Europe: IP2x, USA/Canada: Open Type).
The drive must be mounted in a suitable cubicle.
Clearances for IP20 Product (mm)
A
B
10
75
C
75 minimum (cable entry)
Figure 4-2 Air Clearance for a Cubicle Mount Product/Application, Frame D Illustrated.
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CUBICLE MOUNTING DETAILS (ALL FRAME SIZES)
4-3
Rear view showing fixing holes for
cubicle mount
MOUNTING BRACKETS
The brackets can be moved
up/down by using the alternative
holes, which are set at 15mm
intervals.
For hole and fixing dimensions see
page 4-6
For top and bottom cover removal
see page 4-7.
Fixing holes
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Through Panel Mount
DIMENSIONS FOR THROUGH PANEL INSTALLATION
Through panel mounting a drive in a cubicle allows you to use a smaller cubicle because much of the heat generated by the drive is dissipated
outside the cubicle.
Figure 4-3 Mechanical Dimensions for Through Panel AC30 Drive - Frame D Illustrated
Models
Frame D
H
250 (9.8)
H1
262 (10.3)
H2
6 (0.2)
W
79 (3.1)
W1
1.5 (0.06)
W2
82 (3.2)
D
72 (2.8)
D1
181 (7.1)
Fixings
Frame E
297 (11.7)
309 (12.1)
6 (0.2)
104 ()
1 (0.04)
102 (4)
72 (2.8)
181 (7.1)
Use M4 fixings
Frame F
347 (13.7)
359 (14.1)
6 (0.2)
129 ()
1 (0.04)
127 (5)
72 (2.8)
181 (7.1)
All dimensions are in millimetres (inches)
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MOUNTING THE DRIVE
4-5
The unit must be mounted vertically on a solid, flat, vertical surface, or mounted inside a suitable cubicle, depending upon the required level of
EMC compliance - refer to Appendix F: “Technical Specifications”.
VENTILATION
The drive gives off heat in normal operation and must therefore be mounted to allow the free flow of air through the ventilation slots and heatsink.
Maintain minimum clearances for ventilation as given in the tables below to ensure adequate cooling of the drive, and that heat generated by
other adjacent equipment is not transmitted to the drive. Be aware that other equipment may have its own clearance requirements. When
mounting two or more AC30 units together, these clearances are additive. Ensure that the mounting surface is normally cool.
Through-Panel Mount Product/Application (Frames D, E & F)
(Europe: IP2x, USA/Canada: Open Type).
The drive can be mounted in a suitable cubicle.
Clearances for Through-Panel Mount IP20 Product (mm)
Figure 4-4 Air Clearance for a Through-Panel Mount Product/Application, Frame D Illustrated.
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A
B
C
10
75
75 minimum (cable entry)
4-6
Installation
THROUGH PANEL MOUNT CUTOUT DETAILS
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
Frame D
99
79
79
10
1.5
6
11
250
262
284
Frame E
124
104
102
10
1
6
10.75
297
309
330
Frame F
149
129
127
10
1
6
11
347
359
381
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THROUGH PANEL MOUNTING DETAILS (ALL FRAME SIZES)
1. Unscrew and remove mounting brackets.
Top & Bottom Cover Removal Information
2. Remove top and bottom covers by inserting screwdriver straight into the slot and push to release the catch, then slide off cover.
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Installation
Snap out to allow entry to the
braking terminals
Upper Terminal
Cover
3. Fit gasket to the drive so that an air-tight seal will be
made between the drive and the panel.
Gaskets can be purchased from Parker using the
following part numbers:
Frame D – BO501911U001
Frame E – BO501911U002
Frame F – BO501911U003
Cover Front
Upper
4. Tighten the screws the top and bottom in place as
shown to 1.3Nm.
5. At this stage you can wire the power cables, see page
4-11
GKP
Control Unit Terminal Cover
(Cover Front Lower)
Gasket
Lower Terminal
Cover
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Cabling Bracket for Control & Main Cable
Installation
4-9
With the bottom cover off you can screw the cabling brackets in place, if required.
The cabling brackets are standard with C2 filtering products and can be obtained from Parker using the following part numbers:
The part numbers for the cabling brackets are:
Frame D – LA501935U001
Frame E – LA501935U002
Frame F – LA501935U003
Control cable wiring bracket
Main cable wiring bracket
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Installation
Electrical Installation
IMPORTANT
Please read the Safety Information in “Chapter :1 Safety” before proceeding.
Also refer to Appendix C: Compliance
WIRING INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANT:
Note:
The control board 0V must be connected to protective earth outside of the product to meet EMC and safety requirements.
You can still operate the drive in Local mode, if necessary, with any Application selected.
Power Wiring Connections
Protective Earth (PE) Connections
The unit must be permanently earthed according to EN 61800-5-1 - see below. Protect the incoming mains supply using a suitable fuse or
circuit breaker (circuit breaker types RCD, ELCB, GFCI are not recommended).
IMPORTANT:
The drive is only suitable for earth referenced supplies (TN) when fitted with an internal filter. External filters are
available for use on TN and IT (non-earth referenced) supplies.
For installations to EN 61800-5-1 in Europe:
• for permanent earthing, two individual incoming protective earth conductors (<10mm² cross-section) or one conductor (>10mm²
cross-section) are required. Each earth conductor must be suitable for the fault current according to EN 60204.
Refer to Appendix C: “Compliance” - EMC Installation Options.
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POWER WIRING CONNECTIONS
Feed the power supply and motor cables into the drive under the cable
clamps using the correct cable entries, and connect to the power
terminals. Tighten all terminals to the correct tightening torque, refer to
the Terminal Tightening Torques table (page 4-23).
Note: Cable clamps and earthing brackets are only supplied with a C2
EMC Filter kit (page 4-12 for part numbers), see page C-11 for motor
termination details.
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Installation
Control Module Cover Removal
To gain access to the control wiring first remove the control module cover as follows:
1. First remove the GKP by pulling from the top down, and remove.
2. Undo the screw and slide the control module cover down slightly,
then remove.
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Control Module Removal
WARNING Isolate supply before plugging or unplugging control unit to the power stack.
To remove the control module follow steps 1 and 2 from previous page then unscrew captive screw and remove as shown below.
Slide assembly upwards and lift
off/pull away from power stack
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4-14
Installation
CONTROL WIRING CONNECTIONS
Terminal ID
X10/01
X10/02
X10/03
X10/04
X10/05
X10/06
X11/01
X11/02
X11/03
X11/04
X11/05
X11/06
X12/01 (LH)
X12/02
X12/03
X12/04
X12/05
X12/06
Function
STO A Input
STO Common
STO B Input
STO Common
STO Status A
STO Status B
ANIN 01
(+10V, 0-10V, 0-20mA, 4-20mA)
ANIN 02
(+10V, 0-10V)
ANOUT 01 (+10V, 0-10V)
ANOUT 02 (0-10V, 0-20mA, 4-20mA)
+10V reference
-10V reference
DIGIN 04 / DIGOUT 01
DIGIN 05 / DIGOUT 02
DIGIN 06 / DIGOUT 03
DIGIN 07 / DIGOUT 04
User +24V output
0V
Terminal ID
X13/01 (LH)
X13/02
X13/03
X13/04
X13/05
X13/06
X14/01 (BOT)
X14/02
X14/03
X14/04
Function
0V
DIGIN 1
DIGIN 2
DIGIN 3
+24V AUX input
0V AUX input
Relay 01 (contact A)
Relay 01 (contact B)
Relay 02 (contact A)
Relay 02 (contact B)
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Wiring Diagrams
MINIMUM CONNECTIONS
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4-16
Installation
BASIC SPEED CONTROL
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PRESETS SPEEDS
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4-18
Installation
RAISE / LOWER TRIM
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PID CONTROL
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Installation
AUXILLIARY COMMS
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AUTO/MANUAL CONTROL
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Installation
TERMINAL BLOCK WIRE RANGE
Wire sizes for Europe should be chosen with respect to the operating conditions and your local National Electrical Safety Installation
Requirements. Local wiring regulations always take precedence. For North American UL wire sizes refer to Appendix C: “Compliance” Requirements for UL Compliance.
Product Code
Power Terminals
(minimum/maximum acceptance for aperture)
Control Terminals
31V-4D0004- ...
31V-4D0005- ...
31V-4D0006- ...
31V-4D0008- ...
31V-4D0010- …
31V-4D0012- …
0.05 - 6 mm2
0.229 - 2.5 mm2
0.05 – 6 mm2
0.229 - 2.5 mm2
1 - 10 mm2 (*16 mm2)
0.229 – 2.5 mm2
31V-4E0016- ...
31V-4E0023- …
31V-4F0032- …
31V-4F0038- …
*The larger wire size can be used provided a crimp is fitted to the wire
Note: Earth connections are for M4 ring crimps.
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TERMINAL TIGHTENING TORQUES
Frame Size
Power Terminals
DC Bus Terminals
Brake Terminals
Ground Stud
Frame D
0.56-0.8Nm
(5-7 lb-in)
0.56-0.8Nm
(5-7 lb-in)
0.56-0.8Nm
(5-7 lb-in)
1.8Nm
(16 lb-in)
Frame E
0.56-0.8Nm
(5-7 lb-in)
0.56-0.8Nm
(5-7 lb-in)
0.56-0.8Nm
(5-7 lb-in)
1.8Nm
(16 lb-in)
Frame F
1.35Nm
(12 lb-in)
1.35Nm
(12 lb-in)
1.35Nm
(12 lb-in)
1.8Nm
(16 lb-in)
OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT
Refer to Chapter 5 Associated Equipment.
BRAKE WIRING
Refer to Chapter 5 Associated Equipment on wiring details.
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4-24
Installation
Fitting a Remote GKP
When fitting the GKP remotely to either a cubicle or panel mount it must be fitted to a flat surface. Maximum cable length < 3 meters.

If ordered separately the GKP kit comprises; GKP and connecting lead – part number 7001-00-00

If ordered and supplied with the drive the connection lead is not supplied.
Cut out details:
GKP – Reverse side
The yellow dotted line is the cutout
detail to allow remote fitting the
connection lead, also shows screw
hole details.
Use M3 x 10 self tapping screws.
Connection lead RS232/REM OP
STA with a Steward 28A2025-OAO
connector.
All measurements in millimeter.
Gasket
Reverse side of the
GKP
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Getting Started
GKP SETUP WIZARD
Purpose of the Setup Wizard
The purpose of the setup wizard is to configure the drive in as clear and concise manner.
First familiarize yourself with Chapter 7 Graphical Keypad, for the keypad functions.
Starting the Setup Wizard
The Setup Wizard is automatically invoked when the drive is reset to factory default settings. The setup wizard may
be invoked at any other time by changing the parameter “Run Setup?” to YES (you will find this in the “Setup” menu.
Running the Setup Wizard
At each point in the wizard pressing the OK key selects the displayed value and moves on to the next step. Pressing
Soft key 1 moves back a step. Pressing the UP and DOWN keys modifies the selected value.
Setup Wizard Stages
The first option presented is “Set Factory Defaults”. Changing this parameter to TRUE then pressing OK resets all
parameters back to the default value determined by the AC30’s hardware configuration. If this choice is left FALSE
the setup wizard starts with all parameters with their previously set values. Accepting each choice without change by
pressing OK will result in no change to the drive’s configuration.
The next option is to select the Language that is to be used to present information on the GKP and the web page, (when enabled).
The rest of the Setup Wizard consists of a several sections. Each section corresponds to a functional component of the drive, for example:
• Application selection
• Motor Data
• Analog input and output ranges.
• Fieldbus options
• On-board Ethernet
• Auto tune
If not required, any section may be skipped.
The default setting for all parameters depends on earlier answers and on the physical configuration of the drive. All data entered is automatically
saved without the need for any additional commands.
Finalising Setup
Once the Setup Wizard has been run to completion the feature is automatically disabled. Re-starting the drive will not cause the Setup Wizard to
be run again. (If it is desired to re-run the Setup Wizard, this can be achieved as detailed above in “Starting the Setup Wizard”).
For complete details go to “Chapter 9 Setup Wizards”.
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ETHERNET COMMUNICATIONS
The AC30 comes with built-in Ethernet providing communications with the PDQl, a Modbus TCP server and a web server.
Connecting the Ethernet Cable
See Chapter 12 Ethernet for full cable information.
Diagram showing how to insert the Ethernet cable.
Disconnecting the Ethernet Cable
To remove the cable first remove the GKP and
then insert a screwdriver to release the catch on
the Ethernet clip.
Setting the IP Address
The AC30 Ethernet requires an IP address to participate in communications. The factory default is set so that an IP address is selected
automatically depending on the network on which it is connected. It may obtain an IP address using DHCP or Auto-IP.
DHCP
If the network has a DHCP (Dynamic Host Communications Protocol) server, then the AC30 will obtain an address from this.
Auto-IP
If the network has no DHCP server or if connecting the AC30 directly to a PC then, after a timeout period, the IP address will be chosen randomly
by the AC30 from the link-local address range 169.254.*.*. Note that when connecting the AC30 directly to a PC it may take 1 – 2 minutes for
the PC to obtain a link-local address.
Manual
The IP address may be fixed if required. The DHCP and Auto-IP must both be disabled.
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The current IP address of the AC30 may be monitored using the following parameters 0926 IP Address, 0927 Subnet Mask, 0928 Gateway
Address, found in menu;
Parameters::Base Comms::Ethernet
The state of the Ethernet may be monitored using the parameter 0919 Ethernet State and from the Ethernet icon
The IP address may be used to access the AC30 via a web browser.
For more information on customizing and troubleshooting the AC30 Ethernet see Chapter 12 – Ethernet.
Information on using the Modbus TCP server can be found in Appendix A - Modbus TCP.
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Associated Equipment
Chapter 5:
5-1
Associated Equipment
MAIN POINTS
Connect the associated equipment in the following order:
Frame E Illustrated
890CS
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Associated Equipment
AC Motor Chokes
The maximum rate of rise of Volts (dv/dt) present on the motor terminals of the drive, can be as high as 10,000V/µs. This can be reduced
by adding a motor choke in series with the motor.
Installations with long cable runs may suffer from nuisance overcurrent trips, refer to Appendix C Compliance - Cabling Requirements for
maximum cable lengths. An output choke may be fitted in the drive output to limit parasitic capacitive current to earth. Screened cable
has a higher parasitic capacitance to earth and may cause problems in shorter runs. Contact Parker for recommended choke values.
Motor Power (kW)
Choke Inductance
RMS Current Rating
Parker Part No.
2mH
7.5A
CO055931
0.9mH
22A
CO057283
0.45mH
33A
CO057284
0.3mH
44A
CO057285
0.75
1.1
1.5
2.2
4.0
5.5
7.5
11
15
18
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Associated Equipment
5-3
Dynamic Braking Resistors
We can supply suitable braking resistors, found on the following pages. Alternatively, you can use the calculation on page 5-5 to help you
select alternative resistors.
IMPORTANT We recommend using a thermal overload switch to protect the braking circuit. Refer to page 5-4.
♦
The AC30 unit must be fitted with external braking resistors if braking
is required.
WIRING DETAILS
WARNING
Do not apply external voltage sources (mains supply or
otherwise) to any of the braking terminals: DB+, DB. This can
lead to damage to the drive and installation, and risk to
personnel.
Figure 5.1 External Braking Resistor
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Associated Equipment
Dynamic Braking Resistors
These resistor sets are designed for stopping the system at rated power. They are rated for 10 seconds in a 100 seconds duty cycle.
See Appendix F for Minimum Brake Resistor value for each individual drive size.
RESISTOR SELECTION
These small, metal-clad resistors should be mounted on a heatsink (back
panel) and covered to prevent injury from burning.
a
b
There are four resistor values available.
IMPORTANT
The resistor can dissipate 10 x power rating for 5s, but the
continuous rating should not be exceeded under repetitive loading.
D
b
a
W
L2
flying leads
L3
H
L1
Flying Lead Length
L1
L2
L3
a
b
D
W
H
500W
500
335
316
295
13
17
5.3
60
30
200W
500
165
146
125
13
17
5.3
60
30
Dimensions are in millimetres
Parker Part Number
Power Rating (W)
Resistance (Ω)
Continuous Current Rating (A)
CZ467717
200
100
1.4
CZ463068
200
56
1.9
CZ467716
500
56
3.0
CZ388396
500
36
3.7
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Associated Equipment
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Calculation
Brake resistor assemblies must be rated to absorb both peak braking power during deceleration and the average power over the
complete cycle.
0.0055 × J × ( n12 − n 2 2 )
( W)
Peak braking power Ppk =
tb
Average braking power Pav =
Ppk
tc
x tb
J
n1
- total inertia (kgm2)
- initial speed (rpm)
n2
- final speed (rpm)
tb
tc
- braking time (s)
- cycle time (s)
Obtain information on the peak power rating and the average power rating of the resistors from the resistor manufacturer. If this
information is not available, a large safety margin must be incorporated to ensure that the resistors are not overloaded.
By connecting these resistors in series and in parallel the braking capacity can be selected for the application.
IMPORTANT
The minimum resistance of the combination and maximum dc link voltage must be as specified in Appendix F:
“Technical Specifications” - Internal Dynamic Brake Switch.
120
100
80
% of Rated Power 60
40
20
0
chassis mounted
free air
0
25
50
75
100
125
150
175
200
Ambient Temp (C)
Figure 5.2 Braking Resistor Derating Graph (Metal Clad Resistors)
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Associated Equipment
Circuit Breakers
We do not recommend the use of circuit breakers (e.g. RCD, ELCB, GFCI), but where their use is mandatory, they should:
•
•
Operate correctly with dc and ac protective earth currents (i.e. type B RCDs as in Amendment 2 of IEC755).
Have adjustable trip amplitude and time characteristics to prevent nuisance tripping on switch-on.
When the ac supply is switched on, a pulse of current flows to earth to charge the internal/external ac supply EMC filter’s internal
capacitors which are connected between phase and earth. This has been minimised in Parker SSD Drives’ filters, but may still trip out
any circuit breaker in the earth system. In addition, high frequency and dc components of earth leakage currents will flow under normal
operating conditions. Under certain fault conditions larger dc protective earth currents may flow. The protective function of some circuit
breakers cannot be guaranteed under such operating conditions.
WARNING
Circuit breakers used with VSDs and other similar equipment are not suitable for personnel protection.
Use another means to provide personal safety. Refer to EN50178 / VDE0160 / EN60204-1
External EMC Filters
Refer to Appendix C Compliance - Filters for complete information.
Filter Description
Filter Part Number
Frame D & E
500V IT/TN
CO501894
Frame F
500V IT/TN
CO501895
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Associated Equipment
Input Chokes
For further information refer to Appendix F Technical Specifications “Supply Short Circuit Rating”.
Gaskets
Gaskets can be purchased from Parker using the following part numbers.
Frame Size
Gasket Part Number
Frame D
BO501911U001
Frame E
BO501911U002
Frame F
BO501911U003
For installation information see Chapter 4 ‘Installation’
Cabling Bracket for Control & Main Cable
Part numbers for the cabling brackets are:
Frame Size
Cabling Bracket Part Number
Frame D
LA501935U001
Frame E
LA501935U002
Frame F
LA501935U003
For further information see Chapter 4 ‘Installation’
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Associated Equipment
Option Cards
There are a range of Option Cards that may come factory-fitted to the AC30, or are available for customer fitting.
Refer to the Technical Manual supplied with each Option Card for detailed instructions.
Product Code
Description
Part Number
7004-01-00
General Purpose I/O Option, referred to as GPIO
HA501836U001
Digital Inputs or Outputs, Analogue Inputs, Motor Thermistor Input, Volt-free Relay
Outputs, Real-Time Clock
7004-02-00
GPIO - Motor Thermistor Input
HA501836U001
7004-03-00
GPIO - Motor Thermistor plus Real-Time Clock
HA501836U001
7003-PB-00
Profibus DP-V1
HA501837U001
7003-PN-00
PROFINET IO
HA501838U001
7003-DN-00
DeviceNet
HA501840U001
7003-CN-00
ControlNet
HA501936U001
7003-CB-00
CANopen
HA501841U001
7003-IP-00
EtherNet IP
HA501842U001
7003-EC-00
EtherCAT
HA501938U001
7003-BP-00
BACnet IP
HA501939U001
7003-BN-00
BACnet MSTP
HA501940U001
7003-RS-00
Modbus RTU
HA501839U001
7003-IM-00
Modbus TCP
HA501937U001
7003-CC-00
CC-LINK
HA501941U001
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Associated Equipment
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INSTALLATION DETAILS
Control Terminal Cover Removal
First remove the GKP by pulling from the top down and
remove.
Undo the screw and slide the control terminal cover down,
then remove
Control Terminal Cover
HAZARDOUS VOLTAGES may be present on GPIO module motor thermistor user relays, please refer to the option technical manual or main
product manual for safety information
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Click the Option into place and tighten the retaining screw (as shown below).
3 off General Purpose I/O (GPIO)
All other options as
listed on page A-1
Squeeze moulding
as shown to remove
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General Information
THIS EQUIPMENT IF USED INCORRECTLY IS POTENTIALLY DANGEROUS. THEREFORE UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHOULD IT BE
USED BEFORE THESE INSTRUCTIONS HAVE BEEN READ AND UNDERSTOOD BY THE END USER WHO SHOULD BE APPROPRIATELY
QUALIFIED TO OPERATE THE EQUIPMENT.
This section provides general information about Safe Torque Off (STO).
Two safety functions can be implemented with the AC30: STO and Safe Stop 1 (SS1). In order to meet all aspects of STO and SS1, an external safety
control unit should be used.
To implement Safe Stop 1 (SS1), the external safety control unit causes the drive to decelerate to rest. Once at rest, it invokes STO in the AC30. Please
refer to EN61800-5-2:2007 para 4.2.2.3 for the formal definitions.
It is the user’s responsibility to:
1) Risk assess the machine.
2) Design, implement and assess an appropriate solution for each application to meet all relevant safety requirements.
Note: STO is an electronic inhibit intended for use during normal operation of the machine. It is not intended for use during machine maintenance,
repair, replacement or other similar activities. For these activities recognised electrical power isolation devices and lock-off procedures should be used.
The AC30 STO function is a factory-fitted and factory-tested feature. See the section “Safety Warnings and Limitations” on page 6-17.
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STO FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
STO is a means of preventing an AC30 drive from delivering rotational force to its connected electric motor. Please refer to EN61800-5-2:2007 para
4.2.2.2 for the formal definition.
To ensure a high degree of safety, two independent STO control channels are implemented in hardware. The STO circuit in the AC30 is designed such
that a fault in one control channel will not affect the other channel’s ability to prevent the drive from starting, i.e. the STO function of the AC30 drive is
tolerant to any single fault. It may not be tolerant to an accumulation of faults. This is in keeping with its declared safety ratings.
STO always overrides any attempt to start the drive. If one or both STO control inputs is requesting the STO function, the drive will not start, even if for
example, the drive’s software malfunctions and tries to cause the motor to turn.
The STO function is implemented in hardware; it overrides all software activities. The only software involvement is to report STO status to the user via a
Graphical Keypad (GKP), serial communications link or user terminal as defined by the drive configuration.
WARNING
THE DECLARED SIL/PL CAPABILITY OF THIS STO PRODUCT CAN BE ACHIEVED ONLY WHEN THE TWO STO USER INPUTS
ARE DRIVEN INDEPENDENTLY. THEY MUST NOT BOTH BE DRIVEN FROM A COMMON SOURCE; OTHERWISE THE SINGLE
FAULT DETECTION WILL BE COMPLETELY INOPERATIVE.
USE OF THE PRODUCT IN THIS “COMMON SOURCE” CONDITION INVALIDATES THE STO PRODUCT SPECIFICATION AND IS
ENTIRELY AT THE USER’S OWN RISK.
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Alignment to European Standards
EN ISO13849-1:2008
(Safety of machinery – Safety-related parts of control systems)
STO aligns internally to the following aspects of this standard:
•
Architecture according to Category 3:
m1
im1a
I1
L1
im1b
O1
c
m2
im2a
I2
L2
im2b
O2
Solid lines represent the STO control paths.
Dashed lines represent reasonably practicable fault detection.
Key:
•
I1, I2 = user terminal
L1, L2 = logic
O1, O2 = methods of enabling or disabling output power devices
imxy = interconnecting means
mx = monitoring
c = cross monitoring
Category 3 general requirements are:
A single failure, and any consequential failures, will not lead to loss of the STO safety function.
Failure of more than one component can lead to the loss of the STO safety function.
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Most but not all single component failures will be detected. Diagnostic Coverage (DC) is required to be at least 60% (i.e. the
minimum required for ‘low’ diagnostic coverage).
Detected component failures will result in the STO function being applied without intervention from the user.
The risk associated with the loss of STO safety function caused by multiple failures must be understood and accepted by the
user.
The user must undertake a risk analysis and specify suitable components that, when connected together, meet the risk
assessment requirements.
Mean Time To Failure (dangerous) (MTTFd) of each STO channel must be ≥ 30 years.
Common Cause Failure (CCF) score must be ≥ 65 according to Annex F of the standard.
•
Performance Level (PL) e:
-7
Average probability of dangerous failure per hour (PFH) must be ≤ 10
EN61800-5-2:2007 AND EN61508
(Adjustable speed electrical power drive systems) and
(Functional safety of electrical/electronic/programmable electronic safety-related systems)
STO aligns to the following aspects of this standard:
•
Safety Integrity Level (SIL) 3
Probability of dangerous random hardware failures per hour (PFH) must be ≤ 10
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Subsystems type A according to EN61508-2:2001 para 7.4.3.1.2
Hardware Fault Tolerance (HFT) = 1
Safe Failure Fraction (SFF) must be ≥ 90%
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Safety Specification
As assessed to EN ISO13849-1 and EN61800-5-2 the AC30 has the following related safety values:-
Criterion
SIL3
Note:
Requirement
Value achieved
For type A subsystems, HFT = 1:
SFF ≥ 60%
-7
-8
SFF = 99%
-9
SIL3
10 ≥ PFH ≥ 10
PFH = 2.3 x 10
PLe
Category 3; PFH ≤ 4,29 x 10
PFH = 2.3 x 10
PLe
30 years ≤ MTTFd < 100 years
MTTFd = 100 years
PLe
DC = medium
DC = Medium
Mission Time
20 years
20 years
-8
-9
1
all values quoted in this table are valid only when the two STO user inputs are driven independently. This is as required by EN ISO
13849-1 category 3. See the Alignment to European Standards section in this chapter for the required architecture which must be used
throughout the machine design relevant to the drive under consideration.
EMC Specification
In addition to the mandatory requirements of EN61800, the STO functionality has been subjected to testing for immunity at higher levels. In particular
the STO function (only) has been tested for radiated immunity according to EN62061:2005 Annex E up to 2.7GHz which includes frequencies used by
mobile telephones and walkie-talkies.
1
EN ISO13849 limits MTTFd to 100 years.
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User Connections
The STO terminals are on a 6-way terminal block X10. This is mounted on the AC30 control housing. Terminal designations are:
Terminal Number
Terminal Name
Description
0V or not connected = drive will not run, STO is active on channel A.
X10/01
STO A Input
X10/02
STO Common
24V = drive is enabled to run if X10/03 is also 24V.
This input is optically isolated from all other AC30 terminals except X10/02,
X10/03 and X10/04.
2
Signal return for STO A Input and STO B Input. Connected internally to
X10/04. This terminal or X10/04 must be connected to earth at one
common point in the drive system.
0V or not connected = drive will not run, STO is active on channel B.
X10/03
X10/04
24V = drive is enabled to run if X10/01 is also 24V.
STO B Input
STO Common
This input is optically isolated from all other AC30 terminals except X10/01,
X10/02 and X10/04.
2
Signal return for STO A Input and STO B Input. Connected internally to
X10/02. This terminal or X10/02 must be connected to earth at one
common point in the drive system.
Together with X10/06, this terminal forms an isolated solid-state relay
output.
X10/05
STO Status A
This output is ON (equivalent to closed relay contacts) when the STO
circuit is in the ‘safe’ state, i.e. the drive will not cause its motor to produce
torque.
However, this output should be used primarily as an indication. In the
unlikely event of a fault in the STO circuit, this output could turn on
erroneously to give a false indication of the STO status. It must not be used
as a guarantee that the motor will not produce torque.
The solid-state relay is protected by a self-resetting fuse.
X10/06
2
STO Status B
Together with X10/05, this terminal forms an isolated solid-state relay
output. See the description for X10/05.
Do not connect both X10/02 and X10/4 to earth, otherwise an earth loop could be created.
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Examples of wiring to X10/05 and X10/06.
Active high output:
Active low output:
24VDC
X10/06
24VDC
X12/05
AC30
X10/05
LOAD
X10/06
AC30
X12/06
LOAD
The load is energised and X10/05 is high when STO is in the
intended safe STO state.
X12/05
X10/05
X12/06
The load is energised and X10/06 is low when STO is in the intended
safe STO state.
The examples show the use of the 24V supply provided on X12/05 (+24V) and X12/06 (0V) as source of power to a load. Alternatively an external 24V
supply could be used.
Note: If a drive is powered from 24V only, i.e., 24V is applied to terminals X12/05 or X12/06 and the 3 phase power is off, the STO user output will still
reflect the status of the two STO user inputs.
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STO Technical Specification
INPUTS SPECIFICATION
STO A Input and STO B Input comply with IEC61131-2. Note: inputs do not have hysteresis.
Recommended input voltage for low level:
0V to +5V
Recommended input voltage for high level:
+21.6V to +26.4V
Typical input threshold voltage:
+10.5V
Indeterminate input range:
+5V to +15V. Function is undefined.
Absolute maximum input voltage:
-30V to +30V
Typical input current @ 24V
9mA
3
Fault detection time :
2.3sec typical;
< 1.6sec will not generate a fault
> 3.0sec will generate a fault.
3
A fault is defined in this context as STO A Input and STO B Input being sensed in opposite logic states.
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OUTPUT SPECIFICATION
OFF state:
Maximum applied voltage:
±30V (X10/06 relative to X10/05)
Leakage current:
Less than 0.1mA.
Maximum output current:
150mA
Overcurrent protection:
Included
Resistance between output terminals:
Less than 6Ω.
ON state:
WARNING
WIRED CONNECTIONS TO TERMINALS X10/01, X10/03, X10/05 AND X10/06 MUST BE LESS THAN 25 METRES IN LENGTH AND
REMAIN WITHIN THE CUBICLE OR DRIVE ENCLOSURE. PARKER IS NOT LIABLE FOR ANY CONSEQUENCES IF EITHER
CONDITION IS NOT MET.
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TRUTH TABLE
Overview
STO Active
Abnormal onechannel
operation
detection
STO Input A
STO Input B
X10/01
X10/03
0V
24V
0V
0V
Drive Function
Drive cannot start or supply power to its motor. STO trip
reported.
This is the intended safe state of the product with correct
dual-channel operation.
Drive cannot start or supply power to its motor. STO trip
reported. If either of these conditions persists for more than
3.0 seconds (the maximum fault detection time), the STO
function will lock into a fault state. The drive cannot start until
the fault is rectified; all power is removed and reapplied (both
mains and any auxiliary 24V dc power).
STO Status Output
X10/05, X10/06
ON
OFF
0V
24V
This is single channel operation and thus deemed not as
intended for category 3 / PLe / SIL3 structure
implementation.
STO Inactive
24V
24V
Drive is enabled to run under software control. The drive can
supply power to its motor.
OFF
Drive
unpowered
Don’t care
Don’t care
Drive cannot start or supply power to its motor.
OFF
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STO Input Timing Diagrams
IDEAL OPERATION
In ideal operation, both inputs X10/01 and X10/03 should change state simultaneously reflecting true dual-channel operation as intended.
24V
Channel A: X10/01
Channel B: X10/03
Output: X10/05, X10/06
0V
24V
0V
ON
OFF
STATE
1
2
1
States:
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Both inputs are low. Drive is tripped and STO prevents the drive from starting. User output is ON. This is the “safe torque off” state of
the drive.
2
Both inputs are high. Drive is able to run under software control. User output is OFF.
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TYPICAL OPERATION
In typical operation, there can be a small time difference between changes of state on X10/01 and X10/03, due to different delays in the operation of two
sets of relay contacts.
Channel A: X10/01
Channel B: X10/03
Output: X10/05, X10/06
STATE
24V
0V
24V
0V
ON
OFF
1
3
2
< 1.6s
3
1
< 1.6s
States:
1 Both inputs are low. Drive is tripped and STO prevents the drive from starting. User output is ON. This is the “safe torque off” state of the drive.
2 Both inputs are high. Drive is able to run under software control. User output is OFF.
3 One input is high and the other input is low. Drive is tripped and cannot start due to STO action. User output is OFF. Normal operation allows this
state to persist for up to 1.6 seconds which is the minimum fault detection time required to generate a fault (3.0 seconds is the maximum). These
tolerable time differences are normally caused by switches or relays; they should be kept as short as possible.
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FAULT OPERATION
A fault is always detected when X10/01 and X10/03 are in opposite states for more than 3.0 seconds.
Channel A: X10/01
24V
0V
Channel B: X10/03 24V
Output: X10/05, X10/06 0V
STATE
ON
OFF
1
States:
3
4
3.0s
1 Both inputs are low. Drive is tripped and STO prevents the drive from starting. User output is ON. This is the “safe torque off” state of the drive.
3 One input is high and the other input is low. Drive is tripped and STO prevents the drive from starting. In this example, this state persists for more
than 3.0 seconds (being the maximum fault detection time), after which time the STO logic transitions to state 4 without further changes in input
state. The AC30 has detected a fault or single-channel operation.
4 The fault state (one input high, the other input low) has persisted for longer than 3.0 seconds (being the maximum fault detection time). The STO
hardware logic locks into state 4. The drive is tripped and the STO function prevents the drive from starting. User output is OFF. To exit from state 4,
the drive must be powered off (all power removed including any auxiliary 24Vdc) and back on.
DANGER
OPERATION OF THE AC30 UNIT SHOULD CEASE IMMEDIATELY AND THE UNIT SHOULD BE RETURNED TO A PARKER
AUTHORIZED REPAIR CENTRE FOR INVESTIGATION AND REPAIR.
FAILURE TO DO SO COULD RESULT IN INJURY, DEATH OR DAMAGE.
FURTHER OPERATION OF THE AC30 WITHOUT RESOLVING THIS FAILURE IS ENTIRELY AT THE USER’S OWN RISK.
SEE SAFETY CATEGORY DEFINITIONS AND LIMITATIONS, REFER TO EN ISO 13849-1:2008.
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PULSED INPUTS
Some safety equipment, e.g. safety PLCs, regularly pulse the two STO inputs independently in order to detect a short circuit between them. This is
commonly known as OSSD (Output Signal Switch Device). The AC30 STO inputs are immune to such pulses when they are less than 2ms in width. The
product will not react to such pulses and therefore will not inadvertently invoke the STO function.
Channel A: X10/01
Channel B: X10/03
Output: X10/05, X10/06
24V
0V
24V
0V
ON
OFF
STATE
2
<2ms
1
<2ms
typ 6ms
States:
1
Both inputs are low. Drive is tripped and STO prevents the drive from starting. User output is ON. This is the “safe torque off” state of
the drive.
2
Both inputs are high, but regularly pulse low independently. External equipment can thus detect a short circuit between the two STO
user inputs. Each input must remain low for 6ms (typical) before the AC30 reacts to it.
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STO State Transition Diagram
The flow chart below shows how the drive responds to STO inputs, start and stop commands.
X10/01 high
X10/03 low
Drive cannot run *
X10/01 high
X10/01 low
Out-of-box state
Normal startup state
X10/01 low
X10/03 low
Drive cannot run **
X10/03 high
X10/03 low
X10/01 low
X10/03 high
Drive cannot run *
Key:
Normal state
2.3 seconds (typical)
Fault state
Drive cannot run.
ALL Power must be
cycled
X10/03 high
2.3 seconds (typical)
X10/01 high
X10/01 high
Fault state
X10/03 high
X10/03 low
Transitional state. User
should avoid remaining
in this state
Drive enabled but not
running
X10/01 low
* = One channel operation
** = Two channel operation
STOP command
X10/03 low
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X10/01 high
X10/03 high
Drive runs
X10/01 low
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STO Trip Annunciation
The GKP will display a STO trip message when STO becomes active, i.e. STO prevents the drive from starting, thus:
**** TRIPPED ****
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GKP Display
This message is displayed immediately if, on starting the drive or whilst the drive is running:
•
One or both STO user inputs X10/01 or X10/03 is low when the user attempts to start the drive, or
•
One or both STO user inputs X10/01 or X10/03 goes low while the drive is running, or
•
The AC30 drive has detected a fault in the STO circuit.
Note: an out-of-box AC30 drive will report this trip if the drive, as supplied, has no connections to X10 when it is first started. Appropriate
connections must be made to X10 to prevent this trip from occurring, as described elsewhere in this chapter. The user must decide if STO is to
be permanently inactive, or to make use of the STO feature. If the STO feature is not required, see the “Applications that do not require STO
function” section on page 6-20.
STO is inserted into the trips history buffer (see Chapter 10 Trips & Fault Finding) if STO is active when the drive is commanded to start or if
STO becomes active while the drive is running, indicating an abnormal condition. The trips history buffer is not updated if STO becomes active
while the drive is not running.
Note: The normal method of operation is for STO to become active while the drive is not running and the motor is stationary.
Appropriate, application specific risk assessment is necessary when STO is activated on rotating motors, moving loads or when external
forces such as gravitation or inertial loads act on the motor.
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Safety Warnings and Limitations
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Only competent personnel are permitted to install the STO function and commission it. They must disseminate and make available all
appropriate instructions and documentation to all personnel who may come into contact with or operate the STO and provide suitable
training on the AC30 to ensure it is operated in the correct manner and to avoid damage, injury or loss of life.
•
The AC30 STO function is a factory-fitted and factory-tested feature. Repairs to AC30 STO featured-product are to be carried out only
by Parker authorized repair centres. Any unauthorised attempt to repair or disassemble the product will render any warranty null and
void, and STO integrity could be impaired. PARKER WILL NOT ACCEPT ANY LIABILITY FOR FAILURE TO OBEY THESE
INSTRUCTIONS OR FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL INJURY, DEATH, LOSS OR DAMAGE.
•
It is important that the AC30 product environment including all aspects of its CE conformance and IP etc., specified elsewhere in this
manual, is maintained to ensure the safety integrity of the STO function.
•
Should synchronous motors be operated in the field weakening range, operation of the STO function may lead to overspeed and
destructive overvoltages as well as explosions in the drive. Therefore, the STO function must NEVER be used with synchronous drives
in the field-weakening range. The user must ensure this condition is prevented.
•
When using synchronous permanent magnet motors, shaft movement over a small angle is possible if two faults occur simultaneously
in the power section of the drive. This depends on the number of motor poles. The maximum angle is:
Rotary motors: 360° / number of poles.
Linear motors: 180° electrically.
It is the user’s responsibility to assess, validate and safeguard as necessary against this potential hazard.
•
If external forces can act on the motor and/or load to cause it to move, additional measures must be taken by the user to restrain it, for
example a mechanical brake. Examples of external forces are suspended loads (effect of gravity), and other web-tensioning devices.
•
The AC30 STO feature does not provide or guarantee any galvanic isolation in accordance with EN 60204-1:2006 A1:2009 Section 5.5.
This means that the entire system must be isolated from the mains power supply with a suitable electrical isolation device before any
drive or motor maintenance or replacement procedures are attempted. Note that even after the power has been isolated, dangerous
electrical voltages may still be present in the AC30 drive. Safe discharge times and details are specified in Chapter 1 Safety of this
manual.
•
The STO function must not be used for electrical isolation of the AC30 drive and power. Whenever any personnel require to work on the
drive, associated motor or other power items, they must always use recognised and suitable electrical isolation devices.
•
Terminal X10/02 or X10/04 must be connected to earth at one common point in the drive system. For multi-drive systems this can be a
shared earth point.
•
The STO user output, serial communications or GKP messages relating to accessing or viewing any safety monitoring statuses are for
information only and should not be relied on. They are not part of the drive module safety system and its associated PL/SIL declared
ratings. Any customer use of these must be appropriately risk assessed in accordance with the relevant standards or regulations.
•
The STO safety function must be tested regularly. The frequency should be determined by the machinery builder. An initial minimum
frequency of once per week is suggested. Refer to page 6-26 and following pages.
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•
When using an external safety control unit with adjustable time delay, for example when implementing an SS1 function, the time delay
must be protected to prevent unauthorized adjustment. The adjustable time delay on the safety control unit must be set to a value
greater than the duration of the braking ramp controlled by the AC30 with maximum load inertia and from maximum speed. Any
external forces must also be considered, e.g. effects due to gravity.
•
When implementing a SS1 function with the AC30, the user is responsible for ensuring the drive’s configuration will allow a controlled
braking ramp to be initiated by the external safety device. This is particularly important when using serial link communications for
normal control of the drive.
•
During the active braking phase of SS1 or Stop category 1 (controlled stop with safely monitored time delay according to EN602041:2006), faulty operation of the drive must be allowed for. If a fault in the drive system occurs during the active braking phase, the load
may coast to a stop or might even actively accelerate until expiration of the defined time delay. It is not the remit of this document to
specify these measures. This is for the user to assess.
•
When the AC30 detects either an internal STO fault or an external single-channel user fault, the user must immediately fully resolve the
fault. The user must ensure dual-channel operation has been fully restored before attempting to use the AC30 STO safety feature.
DANGER
FAILURE TO DO SO COULD RESULT IN STO NOT BEING ACHIEVABLE, AND THUS THE MOTOR MAY ROTATE UNEXPECTEDLY
AND COULD RESULT IN INJURY, DEATH OR DAMAGE. FURTHER OPERATION OF THE AC30 WITHOUT RESOLVING THIS FAILURE
IS ENTIRELY AT THE USER’S OWN RISK. SEE SAFETY CATEGORY DEFINITIONS AND LIMITATIONS, REFER TO EN ISO 138491:2008.
•
It is the user’s responsibility to ensure that their overall control implementation recovers safely from supply loss or dips.
•
In all instances it is the user’s responsibility formally to perform suitable risk assessments, and invoke and fully validate the necessary
risk reduction measures after having thoroughly understood the application, the drive product and its features. Of special relevance is to
assess the risk of the two STO user inputs shorting together.
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EXAMPLE USER WIRING
WARNING
THE WIRING EXAMPLES SHOWN IN THIS SECTION ARE FOR ILLUSTRATION ONLY. THEY ARE NOT TO BE CONSIDERED FINAL
DESIGNS, NOR AS AN ATTEMPT TO CREATE A DESIGN FOR SPECIFIC SOLUTIONS.
THE USER / INSTALLER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR DESIGNING A SUITABLE SYSTEM TO MEET ALL REQUIREMENTS OF THE
APPLICATION INCLUDING ASSESSING AND VALIDATING IT. PARKER WILL NOT ACCEPT ANY LIABILITY FOR FAILURE TO DO THIS
OR FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL LOSS OR DAMAGE.
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APPLICATIONS THAT DO NOT REQUIRE STO FUNCTION
24VDC
DRIVE
START
DRIVE
STOP
X13/02
STO inputs X10/01 and X10/03 must be
connected to 24VDC with respect to
terminals X10/02 or X10/04.
X13/03
X10/01 X10/03 X10/06
X12/05
AC30 STO
X10/02 X10/04 X10/05
STO Status output on X10/05 and X10/06
may be left disconnected.
All wiring shown is within the control cubicle.
X12/06
Here the STO inputs X10/01 and X10/03 have been set to the inactive state (tied to +24V). Drive control is performed solely through software with no
inherent safety function. The drive is controlled with its own start and stop pushbuttons.
Note: Only X10/02 or X10/4 must be earthed, i.e. they should not both be earthed otherwise it is possible to create an earth loop.
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MINIMUM STO IMPLEMENTATION
This example shows the minimum connections required. To reset from STO requires that STO Request contacts are closed to permit normal drive
operation. The user must do a risk assessment to ensure that all safety requirements are met. The user must select and assess appropriate equipment.
24VDC
DRIVE
START
DRIVE
STOP
To run the drive:
Ensure the STO Request contacts are closed.
STO
REQUEST
Press the DRIVE START button.
To perform operational (not STO) stop:
Press the DRIVE STOP button.
X13/02
X13/03
X10/01 X10/03
X10/06
X12/05
To invoke STO:
AC30 STO
X10/02 X10/04
Wait for the motor to come to rest.
Press the DRIVE STOP button.
X10/05
X12/06
Wait for the motor to come to rest.
Open the STO Request contacts simultaneously. The contacts
must remain open for the entire duration that STO is required:
they must not be momentary action switches. The drive will
confirm via X10/05 that STO has been invoked by the lamp being
ON.
If the lamp is OFF, do not access the machine as a fault may be
present.
Note: all wiring shown is within the control cubicle.
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Note: if the STO Request contacts open while the motor is
rotating, the motor will coast to rest (unless external forces act on
it).
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STO IMPLEMENTATION WITH SAFETY CONTROL UNIT
This example improves on the previous one by showing the resetting from a STO stop. The example shows wiring and terminal numbering for a
Siemens 3TK2827, but similar products are available from other vendors. Use of this Siemens part does not imply it is suitable for the user’s application.
The user must select and assess appropriate equipment.
THIS WIRING MUST BE WITHIN THE CONTROL CUBICLE.
24VDC
DRIVE
START
SAFETY
DEMAND
POWER
SUPPLY
A1
Y10
Y11
Y12
Y21
Y22
13
23
X10/01 X10/03 X10/06
SAFETY CONTROL UNIT
A2
PE
DRIVE
STOP
X13/02
X13/03
X12/05
AC30 STO
Y33
Y34
RESET
KA1
14
24
X10/02 X10/04 X10/05
X12/06
KA1
Note: On power-up, the safety control unit outputs are OPEN; thus the STO state is requested of the AC30. The latter responds by energising KA1 if both
channels are active and healthy. KA1 is used as a self-check for the reset cycle of the safety control unit. If a reset cannot be achieved due to KA1
being de-energised, a fault may be present and must be resolved by the user before relying on the STO function. See Fault Operation on page 6-13.
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To start the drive:
Ensure the Safety Demand switch is reset (contacts closed). Press the RESET button to ensure the Safety Control Unit is reset; its
contacts to the AC30 should close making the STO function inactive. The AC30 STO output should then turn OFF. Then press the
DRIVE START button.
To perform operational stop (non STO):
Press the DRIVE STOP button.
Wait for the motor to come to rest.
To invoke STO:
Press the DRIVE STOP button.
Wait for the motor to come to rest.
Operate the Safety Demand switch (contacts open) that causes the safety control unit to open its output contacts together. In response,
the drive will confirm, by energising KA1 via X10/05, that STO has been invoked. The user may wish / require that this is verified by
mechanisms not shown on this drawing.
DANGER
IF KA1 IS DE-ENERGISED, DO NOT ACCESS THE MACHINE AS A FAULT MAY BE PRESENT.
THE USER MUST RESOLVE THE DETECTED FAULT BEFORE USING THE STO FEATURE. FAILURE TO DO SO COULD RESULT IN
STO NOT BEING ACHIEVABLE, AND THUS THE MOTOR MAY ROTATE UNEXPECTEDLY AND COULD RESULT IN INJURY, DEATH
OR DAMAGE. PARKER WILL NOT ACCEPT ANY LIABILITY FOR FAILURE TO DO THIS OR FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL LOSS OR
DAMAGE.
Note: if either channel of the Safety Demand is requested while the motor is rotating, the motor will coast to rest unless external forces act on
it.
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SS1 IMPLEMENTATION USING SAFETY CONTROL UNIT
This Safe Stop 1 (SS1) implementation causes the drive to come to rest in a controlled manner, and STO is actioned after a time delay determined by
the safety delay relay. This conforms to SS1 defined in EN61800-5-2:2007 para 4.2.2.3 c). The example shows wiring and terminal numbering for a
Siemens 3TK2827, but similar products are available from other vendors. Use of this Siemens part does not imply it is suitable for the user’s application.
The user must select and assess appropriate equipment.
THIS WIRING MUST BE WITHIN THE CONTROL CUBICLE.
24VDC
DRIVE STOP
SAFETY
DEMAND
POWER SUPPLY
A1
DRIVE START
Y10
Y11
Y12
Y21
Y22
13
47
57
SAFETY CONTROL UNIT
A2
PE
Y33
RESET
Y34
X13/02 X13/03
X10/01 X10/03 X10/06
X12/05
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14
48
58
X10/02 X10/04 X10/05
X12/06
KA1
KA1
Note: On power-up, the Safety Control Unit outputs are OPEN; thus STO is requested of the AC30. This responds by energising KA1 if both channels are
active and healthy. KA1 is used as a self-check for the reset cycle of the Safety Control Unit. If a reset cannot be achieved due to KA1 being deenergised, a fault may be present and must be resolved by the user before relying on the STO function. See Fault Operation on page 6-13.
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To start the drive:
Ensure the Safety Demand switch is reset (contacts closed). Press the RESET button to ensure the Safety Control Unit is reset; its
contacts to the AC30 should close making the STO function inactive. The AC30 STO output should then turn OFF. Then press the
DRIVE START button.
To perform operational stop (non STO):
Press the DRIVE STOP button.
Wait for the motor to come to rest.
To invoke SS1:
Operate the Safety Demand switch (contacts open). This should cause the Safety Control Unit to open its instantaneous output, shown
here as a single channel. This causes the drive to decelerate to rest using its own software which is not safety critical in this instance.
Note: the drive’s block diagram must be configured to provide this ramp to rest functionality.
After a time delay set in the Safety Control Unit, the pair of delayed OFF output contacts open together. This time delay must be set
longer than the worst case time for the motor to come to rest.
In response, the drive will confirm, by energising KA1 via X10/05, that STO has been invoked. The user may wish / require that this is
verified by mechanisms not shown on this drawing.
DANGER
IF KA1 IS DE-ENERGISED, DO NOT ACCESS THE MACHINE AS A FAULT MAY BE PRESENT.
THE USER MUST RESOLVE THE DETECTED FAULT BEFORE RELYING FURTHER ON THE STO FEATURE. FAILURE TO DO SO
COULD RESULT IN STO NOT BEING ACHIEVABLE, AND THUS THE MOTOR MAY ROTATE UNEXPECTEDLY AND COULD RESULT
IN INJURY, DEATH OR DAMAGE. PARKER WILL NOT ACCEPT ANY LIABILITY FOR FAILURE TO DO THIS OR FOR ANY
CONSEQUENTIAL LOSS OR DAMAGE.
Note: if either of the delayed OFF output contacts in the Safety Control Unit open while the motor is rotating, the motor will coast to rest
(unless external forces act on it).
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STO Function Checking
Two levels of checking are required: a comprehensive check and a regular check.
The user / machine builder must determine the frequency of these checks based on their knowledge, use of the machine, appropriate standards and
any legal requirements.
DANGER
ALL TESTS MUST PASS. IF ANY TEST FAILS, IT MUST BE INVESTIGATED AND RECTIFIED BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO PUT THE
EQUIPMENT INTO SERVICE.
FURTHER OPERATION OF THE AC30 WITHOUT RESOLVING THIS FAILURE IS ENTIRELY AT THE USER’S OWN RISK. FAILURE
TO DO SO COULD RESULT IN INJURY, DEATH OR DAMAGE. PARKER WILL NOT ACCEPT ANY LIABILITY FOR FAILURE TO DO
THIS OR FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL LOSS OR DAMAGE.
SEE SAFETY CATEGORY DEFINITIONS AND LIMITATIONS, REFER TO EN ISO 13849-1:2008.
When STO becomes active during any test, power to the motor must be seen by the user to be quenched instantaneously. Note: the drive should
respond in less than 10 milliseconds.
All STO checks should be performed after the AC30 has been commissioned for speed control.
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Comprehensive Check
A comprehensive check of the STO function ensures the overall integrity of the STO functionality. It proves the independent operation of each channel
individually (including during the normal dual channel operation), the STO user feedback operation, and the essential single fault detection.
It must always be performed:
•
During factory test
•
During commissioning activities
•
After repair or replacement of the AC30
•
After any hardware or software design changes which may affect the AC30 concerned.
•
After each intervention into the system and control wiring.
•
At defined maintenance intervals as determined by the machine builder and /or user risk assessments and associated verification
assessments.
•
If the machine has been idle for more than a period of time determined by the machinery builder and user risk assessments.
The check must be made by suitably qualified professional personnel following all necessary safety precautions. They must be fully conversant with all
equipment concerned.
NOTE: In the following text where it is required that “all power” is removed. So remove power and wait 5 minutes.
The performance of the individual test steps of the STO function should be logged.
WARNING
DURING THIS TEST, THE SAFETY FUNCTION MUST NOT BE RELIED ON BECAUSE AT TIMES ONLY ONE CHANNEL WILL BE ACTIVATED AND
THEREFORE THE INTENDED SAFETY FUNCTION MAY NOT BE AVAILABLE.
ALSO STO WILL BE ACTIVATED WHILE THE MOTOR IS ROTATING, WHICH IS NOT THE NORMAL OPERATION.
THEREFORE THE USER MUST ENSURE IT IS SAFE TO DO THIS TEST BY USING AN APPROPRIATE RISK ASSESSMENT AND TAKING ANY
ADDITIONAL RISK REDUCTION MEASURES.
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THE FOLLOWING TEST STEPS MUST BE PERFORMED:
Initial Check:
STO test
Comprehensive Check, Activity
Expected reaction and effect
1
Ensure that no harm can come to personnel or equipment if the motor turns.
2
Apply +24V DC to terminals X10/01 and X10/03.
3
Switch on power to the drive.
4
Configure the drive and associated equipment if necessary so that it can be started
and stopped, and a speed setpoint provided.
No error must be present in the drive system.
5
Try to start the drive with a non-zero setpoint. This setpoint value will be referred to as
SPT1 for brevity in these tests. Leave this set throughout all tests.
Drive must start and motor must turn at SPT1.
No error must be present in the drive system.
X10/05 and /06 must be OFF.
X10/05 and /06 must be OFF.
X10/05 and /06 must be OFF.
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Channel A Check:
STO test
6
Comprehensive Check, Activity
With drive running and motor turning at SPT1, momentarily disconnect terminal
X10/01 (maximum duration of disconnect = 1 second), while retaining +24V at
terminal X10/03.
Expected reaction and effect
Motor must immediately coast to rest.
Drive must report STO trip immediately.
X10/05 and /06 must remain OFF.
Drive must restart at SPT1.
7
Ensure terminals X10/01 and X10/03 are both 24V. Try to restart the drive.
STO trip must clear.
X10/05 and /06 must remain OFF.
Channel B Check:
STO test
8
Comprehensive Check, Activity
With drive running and motor turning at SPT1, momentarily disconnect terminal
X10/03 (maximum duration of disconnect = 1 second), while retaining +24V at
terminal X10/01.
Expected reaction and effect
Motor must immediately coast to rest.
Drive must report STO trip immediately.
X10/05 and /06 must remain OFF.
Drive must restart at SPT1.
9
Ensure terminals X10/01 and X10/03 are both 24V. Try to restart the drive.
STO trip must clear.
X10/05 and /06 must remain OFF.
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Channel A Fault Check:
STO test
10
11
Comprehensive Check, Activity
Ensure the drive is running and the motor is turning at SPT1.
Disconnect terminal X10/01 for approximately 5 seconds (must exceed 3 seconds).
The STO function has latched in hardware to disable the drive.
Re-apply 24V to terminal X10/01, and then try to restart drive.
Expected reaction and effect
Motor must immediately coast to rest.
Drive must report STO trip immediately.
X10/05 and /06 must remain OFF.
Drive must not start.
Drive must continue to report STO trip.
X10/05 and /06 must remain OFF.
12
Remove and re-apply all power to the drive
X10/05 and /06 must be OFF.
13
Try to start re-drive at SPT1.
Drive must start at SPT1.
X10/05 and /06 must remain OFF.
Channel B Fault Check:
STO test
14
15
Comprehensive Check, Activity
Ensure the drive is running and the motor is turning at SPT1.
Disconnect terminal X10/03 for approximately 5 seconds (must exceed 3 seconds).
The STO function has latched in hardware to disable the drive.
Re-apply 24V to terminal X10/03, and then try to restart drive.
16
Remove and re-apply all power to the drive
17
Try to restart drive at SPT1.
18
Stop the drive.
Expected reaction and effect
Motor must immediately coast to rest.
Drive must report STO trip immediately.
X10/05 and /06 must remain OFF.
Drive must not start.
Drive must continue to report STO trip.
X10/05 and /06 must remain OFF.
X10/05 and /06 must be OFF.
Drive must start at SPT1.
X10/05 and /06 must remain OFF.
Drive must decelerate to rest.
X10/05 and /06 must remain OFF.
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User Output Check:
STO test
19
Comprehensive Check, Activity
Remove connections to X10/01 and X10/03 within 1 second of each other.
Try to restart the drive.
20
Wait for at least 10 seconds with the run command active, then remove it.
21
Reconnect X10/01 and X10/03 to 24V.
22
Try to restart the drive at SPT1.
Stop the drive.
23
Test is complete.
Expected reaction and effect
X10/05 and /06 must be ON.
Drive must not start while run command is given.
Drive must report STO trip immediately.
X10/05 and /06 must remain ON.
X10/05 and /06 must turn OFF immediately.
STO trip must clear.
The drive must restart at SPT1.
Drive must stop.
The tests specified above are the minimum set; further test steps may be required depending on the application, for example a controlled stop should be
verified in a SS1 application.
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REGULAR CHECK
A comprehensive check must take precedence if it coincides with a regular check.
A regular check is intended only to demonstrate the STO is functional. It will not always detect the loss of a single channel. It is therefore important for
the user and / or machinery builder to determine the frequency of the comprehensive checks based on their knowledge and application of the machine.
The following tests should be performed.
STO test
Regular Check, Activity
Expected reaction and effect
1
Ensure that no harm can come to personnel or equipment if the motor turns.
2
Apply +24V DC to terminals X10/01 and X10/03.
No error must be present in the drive system
3
Apply power to the drive.
X10/05 and /06 must be OFF.
No error must be present in the drive system.
4
Try to start the drive with a non-zero setpoint. This setpoint value will be
referred to as SPT1 for brevity in these tests.
Leave this set throughout all tests.
The drive should start and the motor should turn at SPT1.
X10/05 and /06 must remain OFF.
5
Disconnect X10/01 and X10/03 within 1 second of each other and leave
disconnected for approximately 5 seconds (must exceed 3 seconds)..
Drive must stop immediately, and report STO trip.
X10/05 and /06 must be ON.
6
Re-apply 24V to X10/01 and X10/03.
STO trip indication must remain.
X10/05 and /06 must turn OFF.
7
Try to restart drive.
STO trip indication should clear.
Drive must restart at SPT1.
8
Stop the drive.
Test is complete.
Drive must stop.
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Troubleshooting
Symptom
GKP display
Examine:
User
output
*** TRIPPED ***
SAFE TORQUE OFF
Drive won’t start when
given a start
command
Drives starts
unexpectedly
Drive fails
comprehensive or
regular STO test
*** TRIPPED ***
SAFE TORQUE OFF
User inputs
4
On
Off
5
Both < 15V
Both >15V and <
30V
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Probable cause
Remedy
STO is invoked.
When safe to do so, connect X10/01 and
X10/03 to 24V ± 10%
Fault latch might have
tripped
Remove all power from drive and re-apply. If
symptom persists, immediately return the AC30
for repair.
See the DANGER box below.
Any other trip message, e.g.
overvoltage
Off
Both >15V and <
30V
Drive is tripped, but not
due to STO.
Reset the trip, and remove its cause. If
symptom persists, return the AC30 for repair.
Any other message
Off
Both >15V and <
30V
Faulty hardware
Return for repair
Don’t care
Don’t care
Both < 5V
Faulty hardware
Don’t care
Off
Both > 5V
STO not invoked by
the user.
Don’t care
Don’t care
Don’t care
Faulty hardware
Immediately return the AC30 for repair.
See the DANGER box below.
Use STO according to instructions elsewhere in
this chapter.
Immediately return the AC30 for repair.
See the DANGER box below.
The table above is only a guide. It may not be a comprehensive list of all possible symptoms relating to STO. Parker will not accept responsibility for any
consequences arising from its incompleteness or inaccuracy.
Important note:
•
There are no user-serviceable parts in the AC30 drive. Refer to the Safety Warnings and Limitations section on page 6-17 of this chapter.
4
5
Continuity through X10/05 and X10/06
Measure X10/01 and X10/03 relative to X10/02 or X10/04
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DANGER
IF ANY FAULTY OPERATION OF THE STO FUNCTION IS OBSERVED OR SUSPECTED, OPERATION OF THE AC30 SHOULD CEASE
IMMEDIATELY AND THE UNIT SHOULD BE RETURNED TO PARKER FOR INVESTIGATION AND REPAIR. FAILURE TO DO SO
COULD RESULT IN INJURY, DEATH OR DAMAGE.
FURTHER OPERATION OF THE AC30 WITHOUT RESOLVING THIS FAILURE IS ENTIRELY AT THE USER’S OWN RISK.
SEE SAFETY CATEGORY DEFINITIONS AND LIMITATIONS. REFER TO EN ISO 13849-1:2008
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Chapter 7:
The Graphical Keypad
The Graphical Keypad
7-1
The AC30 is fitted with a Graphical Keypad referred to throughout as GKP.
It provides for local control of the drive, monitoring, and complete access for application
programming.
Insert the Keypad into the front of the drive (replacing the blank cover); or if supplied separately
to be used remotely, up to 3 meters away, use the mounting kit with connection lead, see
Chapter 4 for full details.
For remote installation refer to page 4-14 Fitting a Remote GKP.
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The Graphical Keypad
Overview
•
The top line of the display is used to show the drive status
•
The central region of the display shows the selected parameters or navigation menu
•
The bottom line of the display indicates the action associated with the soft keys
•
The actions of the soft keys are context dependent
•
The central navigation and editing keys are referred to as UP, DOWN, LEFT, RIGHT and
OK
•
The Start, (green), and Stop, (red), keys are used to start and stop the motor when the
drive is in local control mode.
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Keypad
The nine keys of the Graphical Keypad are divided into three groups. These are the Start and Stop keys, the soft keys and the central navigation
and editing keys
Key
Operation
START
Description
Only operates when Local start / stop control mode is active
Control
Runs the motor
Trip reset
Resets any trips and then runs the motor
Control
Trip reset
Stops the motor when local start / stop control mode is active.
Resets any trips.
Soft Key 1
Navigation
Edit
Displays the previous level’s menu
Aborts the edit, leaving the value unchanged
Soft Key 2
Changes the control mode
STOP
Navigation
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OK
Displays the next menu level or parameter.
Changes to edit mode when a parameter is selected.
Edit
Accepts the value of the displayed parameter
Long Press, (greater than 1s): Displays information about the selected parameter.
UP
Navigation
Edit
Moves up through the list of parameters
Increments the value of the displayed parameter
DOWN
Navigation
Edit
Moves down through the list of parameters
Decrements the value of the displayed parameter
LEFT
Navigation
Edit
Displays the previous level’s menu
Selects the digit to be changed
RIGHT
Navigation
Edit
Displays the next menu level or parameter
Selects the digit to be changed
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The Graphical Keypad
The Display
The display is divided into three areas. The top line shows a summary of the drive status, the center region is the main work area and the bottom
line is used to indicate the action associated with the soft keys.
DRIVE STATUS SUMMARY
The top line of the display shows a summary of the drive status. This is divided into four regions. Each region is dedicated to a particular status
indication, as shown.
Left side
Run, stop and direction or trip
Right side
Ethernet
Control source
The individual status conditions are indicated pictorially:
Run, Stop and Direction
Running in the positive direction
Running in the negative direction
Stopped, (ready to run in the positive direction)
Stopped, (ready to run in the negative direction)
Trip
Drive tripped, (indication flashing)
Ethernet
IP Address missing, (indication flashing)
IP Address configured
Control source
Start / stop control from the keypad
Start / stop control from the terminals
Start / stop control from a communications master
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SOFT KEY ACTION INDICATION
The use of Soft Key 1 and Soft Key 2 is indicated on the bottom line of the display by the icon
shown above the key.
Soft Key 1
Soft key 1 is used as return or abort.
Return:
Abort
When navigating around the menu tree, the return function navigates to the previous level. In
this case the return is the opposite of the OK key.
When changing a parameter value the Abort key discards any modifications and leaves the
parameter unchanged.
Soft Key 2
Soft key 2 is used to select the source for stop / start control. The icon shown above the soft
key indicates the control mode that will be selected if the key is pressed.
Soft Key 1
Soft Key 2
Local mode will be selected
Remote terminal mode will be selected
Control from a communications master will be selected
LEDS
The Graphical Display has two light emitting diodes, one illuminates the green start key, and one illuminates the red stop key. Each LED may be
independently off, on or flashing.
Start key LED
Stop key LED
OFF
Flashing
Stopping
OFF
ON
Stopped
Flashing
OFF
Running with zero reference
Flashing
Flashing
The drive is not in its OPERATIONAL state
ON
OFF
Running
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The Graphical Keypad
The Menu System
NAVIGATING THE MENU SYSTEM
The Menu System can be thought of as a map which is navigated using
the direction keys.
•
Use the left and right keys to navigate through the menu levels.
•
Use the up and down keys to scroll through the Menu and
Parameter lists
Level 1
Welcome screen
Level 2
First menu
Menus can contain other menus at a lower level in the tree structure,
parameters or a mixture of both.
The keys can be used as above to select a parameter. A parameter has a
selection, (ie: TRUE / FALSE), or a value displayed below the parameter
name.
Second menu
HINT: Remember that because the Menu and Parameter lists are looped,
the UP key can quickly move you to the last Menu or Parameter in the
loop. The keys will repeat if you hold them down. This is an easy way to
step through and view a menu’s contents.
CHANGING A PARAMETER VALUE
With the parameter you want to change selected, press the center OK key
to change to Edit mode. In this mode the arrow keys now perform different
functions.
•
•
Change a selection, (i.e. TRUE / FALSE) using the UP and
DOWN keys.
Last menu
Change a value as follows:
o The UP and DOWN keys increment / decrement the
selected digit.
o The LEFT and RIGHT keys move the digit selection.
o The selected digit is indicated by the cursor.
The UP and DOWN keys will repeat if you hold them down.
When changing a value, if the abort icon ( ) is shown over Soft Key 1, pressing this key will abort the edit, leaving the value unchanged.
To accept the edited value, press the center OK key.
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The Graphical Keypad
An information message will be displayed when the unit is tripped. To clear the message from the display, press Soft key 1.
To reset the trip, allowing the drive to respond to a start command, press the STOP key. See Chapter 10 Trips & Fault Finding.
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The Graphical Keypad
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Chapter 8:
Menu Organisation
Menu Organisation
8-1
Menu Map
The Menu System consists of a series of menus and sub-menus organised into a “tree” structure. Navigate around the tree on the GKP using the
UP, DOWN, LEFT and RIGHT keys. Individual parameters may be present in the menu tree at more than one location.Parameters and/or menus
that are not required are automatically hidden on the GKP and web page.
MENU MAP SUMMARY
Control Screen
Favourites
Update Firmware
Setup
Advanced Setup
Application
Motor Control
Control & Type
Motor Nameplate
Induction Motor Data
Motor Data PMAC
Autotune
IO
Communications
Base Ethernet
Base Modbus
Option
Environment
Monitor
Advanced Monitor
Trips
Application
Motor & Drive
Inputs and Outputs
Communications
Base Ethernet
Base Modbus
Option
Energy Meter
Parameters
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Menu Organisation
Menu Descriptions
CONTROL SCREEN
In local sequencing mode the Control Screen menu shows the Local Setpoint, matching speed feedback and
configuration of the action of the Run key and direction. When the AC30 is not in local sequencing mode this menu
shows the operating speed.
FAVOURITES
The Favourites menu contains up to 20 parameters selected for ease of access.
To add a parameter to the Favourites menu
Using the GKP navigate to the parameter of interest.
Press and hold the OK key until the Attributes screen is shown, (hold for about 2s)
and press the “Add to Favourites” soft key.
then this appears
this is shown here
Press this soft key to add to Favourites
OK key
To remove a parameter from the Favourites menu
Using the GKP navigate to the parameter of interest in the Favourites menu. Press and hold the OK key until the
Attributes screen is shown, (hold for about 2s).
.
Press the “Remove from Favourites” soft key,
this is shown here
Press this soft key to remove from Favourites
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UPDATE FIRMWARE
This menu shown when a firmware upgrade is available on the inserted SD card.
SETUP
The minimum set of parameters to enable drive configuration when in OPERATOR view level.
ADVANCED SETUP
Additional parameters that may require modification once the Setup Wizard is complete.
This menu is hidden when in OPERATOR view level.
MONITOR
This menu contains those parameters commonly used to verify the correct operation of the drive and the process.
ADVANCED MONITOR
Additional parameters that may be required to configure the AC30 to more specialised applications.
This menu is hidden when in OPERATOR view level.
PARAMETERS
A complete collection of all the parameters in the AC30. This menu is intended for expert use.
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Menu Organisation
Parameter Map
The following table shows the parameters as they appear in order on the Web page and GKP. Also shown is the Parameter Number, PNO. This
is a unique refrerence for each parameter. For more details about each parameter refer to Appendix D.
Control Screen
Local Reference
Actual Speed Percent
Local Direction
Run Key Action
Favourites
Update Firmware
Update Firmware
Setup
View Level
Run Setup?
Advanced Setup
Application
Motor Control
Control & Type
Motor Type
Control Strategy
100% Speed in RPM
Decel Time
Accel Time
Current Limit
Main Torque Lim
Seq Stop Method SVC
Seq Stop Method VHz
Stop Mode Ramp Time
VHz Shape
Fixed Boost
Duty Selection
Motor Nameplate
Base Frequency
Rated Motor Current
Motor Poles
Base Voltage
Nameplate Speed
Power Factor
Motor Power
592
395
1240
1140
1002
1141
1006
511
512
464
487
486
305
417
1257
484
504
422
447
390
457
455
458
456
459
461
460
Induction Motor Data
Magnetising Current
Rotor Time Constant
Stator Resistance
Leakage Inductance
Mutual Inductance
Motor Data PMAC
PM Max Speed
PM Max Current
PM Rated Current
PM Rated Torque
PM Motor Poles
PM Back EMF KE
PM Winding Res
PM Winding Induc
PM Torque Const KT
PM Motor Inertia
PM Therm Time Cnst
Autotune
Autotune Enable
Autotune Mode
Autotune Test Disable
Autotune Ramp Time
IO
Anin 01 Type
Anin 02 Type
Anout 01 Type
Anout 02 Type
IO Option Type
Thermistor Type
Communications
Base Ethernet
DHCP
Auto IP
User IP Address
User Subnet Mask
User Gateway Address
568
569
571
570
572
555
556
557
558
559
560
561
562
563
564
565
255
256
257
274
1
2
3
4
1178
1184
929
930
933
934
935
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DHCP To Auto IP
Web Access
Base Modbus
Maximum Connections
High Word First
Modbus Timeout
Modbus Trip Enable
Option
Comms Required
BACnet IP Device ID
BACnet IP Timeout
CANopen Node Address
CANopen Baud Rate
ControlNet MAC ID
DeviceNet MAC ID
DeviceNet Baud Rate
Modbus Device Address
Modbus RTU Baud Rate
Parity And Stop Bits
High Word First RTU
Modbus RTU Timeout
High Word First TCP
Profibus Node Address
Modbus TCP Timeout
Address Assignment
Fixed IP Address
Fixed Subnet Mask
Fixed Gateway Address
Option Web Enable
Web Parameters Enable
Option FTP Enable
Option FTP Admin Mode
IPConfig Enable
Comms Trip Enable
DNet Producing Inst
DNet Consuming Inst
CNet Producing Inst
CNet Consuming Inst
ENet Producing Inst
ENet Consuming Inst
Read Mapping[16]
Write Mapping[16]
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932
944
939
940
941
942
44
209
210
212
213
215
219
220
229
230
231
232
233
235
238
236
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
48
222
223
216
217
226
227
55
120
Menu Organisation
Environment
Language
View Level
Drive Name
GKP Password
Web Access
RTC Time to Set
Set RTC
Display Timeout
Startup Page
Monitor
Energy kWHr
Actual Speed RPM
Actual Speed Percent
First Trip
Recent Trips[10]
IP Address
Advanced Monitor
Trips
First Trip
Active 1 - 32
Warnings 1 - 32
RTA Code
RTA Data
Application
Motor & Drive
Actual Speed RPM
DC Link Voltage
Actual Speed Hz
Actual Speed Percent
DC Link Volt Filtered
Actual Torque
Actual Field Current
Motor Current Percent
Motor Current
Motor Terminal Volts
Actual Neg Torque Lim
Actual Pos Torque Lim
Heatsink Temperature
CM Temperature
1005
1141
961
1142
944
462
463
983
982
383
393
395
696
895
926
696
763
829
998
999
393
392
394
395
396
399
400
401
402
405
421
420
407
406
8-5
8-6
Menu Organisation
Inputs and Outputs
Digout Value
Digin Value
Anout 01 Value
Anout 02 Value
Anin 01 Value
Anin 02 Value
Anin 11 Value
Anin 12 Value
Anin 13 Value
Communications
Base Ethernet
Ethernet State
MAC Address
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Gateway Address
Base Modbus
Open Connections
Process Active
Option
Comms Fitted
BACnet IP State
Profibus State
EtherNet IP State
Modbus TCP State
Modbus RTU State
22
5
42
43
39
41
1181
1182
1183
919
920
926
927
928
1241
943
45
208
237
225
234
228
EtherCAT State
PROFINET State
PROFINET Device Name
CANopen State
ControlNet State
DeviceNet State
CANopen Actual Baud
DeviceNet Actual Baud
Comms Supervised
Comms Event Active
Option MAC Address
Option IP Address
Option Subnet Mask
Option Gateway
Option DHCP Enabled
Comms Module Version
Comms Module Serial
Comms Diagnostic
Comms Diagnostic Code
Comms Exception
Comms Net Exception
Energy Meter
Energy kWHr
Power kW
Power HP
Reactive Power
Power Factor
224
239
240
211
214
218
1251
221
47
186
189
195
196
197
198
49
50
51
52
53
54
383
380
381
382
385
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Chapter 9:
Setup Wizard
Setup Wizard
9-1
GKP Setup Wizard
Purpose of the Setup Wizard
The purpose of the setup wizard is to configure the drive in as clear and concise manner.
First familiarize yourself with Chapter 7 Graphical Keypad, for the keypad functions.
Starting the Setup Wizard
The Setup Wizard is automatically invoked when the drive is reset to factory default settings. The setup wizard may be invoked at any other time
by changing the parameter “Run Setup?” to YES (you will find this under the “Setup" menu).
Running the Setup Wizard
At each point in the wizard pressing the OK key selects the displayed value and moves on to the next step. Pressing Soft key 1 moves back a
step. Pressing the UP and DOWN keys modifies the selected value.
Setup Wizard Stages
The first option presented is “Set Factory Defaults”. Changing this parameter to TRUE then pressing OK resets all
parameters back to the default value determined by the AC30’s hardware configuration. If this choice is left FALSE the
setup wizard starts with all parameters with their previously set values. Accepting each choice without change by
pressing OK will result in no change to the drive’s configuration.
The next option is to select the Language that is to be used to present information on the GKP and the web page,
(when enabled).
The rest of the Setup Wizard consists of several sections. Each section corresponds to a functional component of the
drive. If not required, any section may be skipped.
Application selection
Selection of the specific Macro and associated parameters.
Motor Data
Selection of the motor type, control mode and setting the motor control and process control parameters.
Analog input and output.
Configuration of the ranges for the analog inputs and outputs. Also selects the thermistor type if an IO option is fitted.
Fieldbus options
This section is only shown if a communications option is fitted. Set the value of the parameters specific to the fitted communications option .
On-board Ethernet
Configuration of the on board Ethernet option.
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Setup Wizard
Autotune parameters
Autotune enable and autotune mode. To run the autotune process, complete the wizard then run the drive.
The default setting for all parameters depends on earlier answers and on the physical configuration of the drive. All data entered is automatically
saved without the need for any additional commands.
Finalising Setup
Once the Setup Wizard has been run to completion the feature is automatically disabled. Re-starting the drive will not cause the Setup Wizard to
be run again. (If it is desired to re-run the Setup Wizard, this can be achieved as detailed above in “Starting the Setup Wizard”).
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Setup Wizard
Parker Drive Quicktool (PDQ) PC Software
INSTALLATION
Figure 9-1 Install application
Launch the installer, setup.exe, from the provided CD or download the latest version from http://parker.com/ssd/pdq
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9-4
Setup Wizard
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Setup Wizard
Figure 9-2 InstallShield
Follow the steps of the InstallShield Wizard.
STARTING THE WIZARD
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9-6
Setup Wizard
Figure 9-3 Start the Wizard
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Setup Wizard
Figure 9-4 Desktop shortcut
Once the InstallShield completes, run the PDQ from the “Start” menu as shown or from the desktop shortcut as shown in Figure 9-4
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9-8
Setup Wizard
TASK SELECTION
Figure 9-5 Task selection
The first page of the PDQ wizard allows you to choose the task you wish to perform. Figure 9-5 shows the default selection, “Setup a New Drive”.
To start this wizard task, click on the “Next” button or the “Drive” page in the title bar.
Note: No data or settings will be changed in the Drive until the “Commission” page is reached and download is confirmed by the Engineer.
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FIND DRIVE
Figure 9-6 Automatic Drive detection
The wizard will automatically detect all AC30 Drives that are visible to the PC via it’s Ethernet connections. This normally takes 10 seconds,
during which time the user interface will go grey and will not respond to you. Once the Drive detection is complete, find your Drive in the list and
click on it with the mouse. Information about the selected Drive will be displayed in the status area at the bottom of the screen. Ensure you have
selected the correct Drive before continuing.
Click on the “Next” button to begin Commissioning this Drive.
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Setup Wizard
Troubleshooting Drive detection
Problem
Drive not found
Drive found but no
information displayed
Possible cause
Drive not connected to the same physical Ethernet
network as the PC
Another person has their PC connected to the Drive
Solution
Connect Drive and PC to the same network or directly to
each other
Disconnect the other PC
SELECT MACRO
Figure 9-7 Macro selection
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Setup Wizard
Select the desired Application Macro from the drop down list. Adjust any parameters that are needed for your specific application.
SELECT MOTOR
Figure 9-8 Motor selection from database
Motor data may either be selected form the built in motor database or entered by the engineer as a custom motor.
The Motor page has two options at the top of the page that need to be selected.
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9-12
Setup Wizard
Figure 9-9 Motor data selection
“Database” is selected by default and the screen will show the motor database selector.
Figure 9-10 Motor type selection
“Induction Motor” is selected by default. This selection will filter the motor database to the selected type. It also displays only the appropriate
“User” settings if a custom motor is required.
Motor database
At the left hand side is a list of manufacturers whose motors are in the database. Select the appropriate manufacturer from the list. If your motors
manufacturer is not shown in the list then you will need to provide custom “User” data instead.
Once the manufacturer is selected, the list of motor models will be displayed. The model list is sorted by the manufacturers part number. Select
your motor from the list. The motors data and image will then be displayed so you can ensure you have the correct one selected.
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Figure 9-11 Custom Motor configuration
Custom motor
Custom motor data is entered in this page. The page is split into two parts. On the top are “Basic” motor parameters and below are more
advanced ones. Nominal defaults will have been set, dependin on the size of AC30 Drive being configured. The Engineer should adjust these
default values with data from the motor nameplate or technical specification.
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Setup Wizard
SETUP THE DRIVE CONTROL
Figure 9-12 Drive Control setup
The “Control” page allows configuration of the Drive control. The basic control parameters are shown on the left hand side. Expand the
“Advanced” dropdown to see more advanced parameters. The exact parameters show will depend on the motor type previously selected.
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SETUP I/O
Figure 9-13 Drive I/O setup
On this screen the mode of the programmable I/O can be changed. If an I/O option card is fitted it can be configured in the “I/O Option” drop
down.
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Setup Wizard
SETUP COMMUNICATIONS
Figure 9-14 Drive Communications setup
The built in web browser can be enabled/Disabled from this screen.
If required, the built in Modbus can be setup from, the “Built in Modbus” dropdown.
If an optional Fieldbus is fitted, it can be configured from the “Option Fieldbus” dropdown.
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COMMISSION THE DRIVE
Setup Wizard
9-17
Figure 9-15 Programming the Drive
The “Commission” page is used to commission the Drive with the Selected macro and motor settings chosen during the Wizard.
There are three steps that are performed to finalise the Commisioning of the Drive.
1. Enter the Drives name in the left of the screen.
2.
“Program Drive”. This step writes your settings to the Drive and overwrites any existing configuration in the Drive.
3.
“Save”. This is an optional step but highly recommended. You may save all your settings into a “.project” file on your PC for later use.
After these three steps, the Drive is ready to use.
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Setup Wizard
MONITOR THE DRIVE
Figure 9-16 Monitor the Drive and fine tune
The final page of the Wizard allows the Engineer to Monitor, Autotune and if necessary fine tune the Drive.
There are three modes of display in the Monitor screen.
1. “Basic”. In this view a predefined list of Drive parameters are monitored and adjustment of the most common parameters is enabled. This
simple screen should be suitable for most Engineers needs.
2. “Autotune”. In this view the Engineer can setup the Drive for Autotuning and monitor it as the autotune runs. As the Autotune can involve
rotation of the motor shaft, the Autotune must be started from the local GKP, the Drive cannot be started remotely from the tool.
3. “Advanced”. Every parameter of the Drive can be monitored and adjusted in this mode.
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Chapter 10:
Trips & Fault Finding
Trips & Fault Finding
10-1
Trips and Fault Finding
WHAT HAPPENS WHEN A TRIP OCCURS
When a trip occurs, the drive’s power stage is immediately disabled causing the motor and load to coast to a stop. The trip is latched until action
is taken to reset it. This ensures that trips due to transient conditions are captured and the drive is disabled, even when the original cause of the
trip is no longer present.
Keypad Indications
If a trip condition is detected the activated alarm is displayed on the GKP display.
RESETTING A TRIP CONDITION
All trips must be reset before the drive can be re-enabled. A trip can only be reset once the trip condition is no longer active, i.e. a trip due to a
heatsink over-temperature will not reset until the temperature is below the trip level.
You can reset the trip as follows:
1. Press the
(STOP) key to reset the trip and clear the alarm from the display.
2. In remote terminal sequencing mode, create a 0 to 1 transition on the RESET TRIP bit, (bit 7), in the App Control Word parameter.
3. In remote communications sequencing mode, create a 0 to 1 transition on the RESET TRIP bit, (bit 7), in the Comms Control Word
parameter.
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Trips & Fault Finding
USING THE KEYPAD TO MANAGE TRIPS
Trip Messages
If the drive trips, then the display immediately shows a message indicating the reason for the trip. The possible trip messages are given in the
table below.
ID
1
2
Trip Name
OVER VOLTAGE
UNDER VOLTAGE
Possible Reason for Trip
The drive internal dc link voltage is too high:
•
The supply voltage is too high
•
Trying to decelerate a large inertia load too quickly; DECEL TIME time too short
The brake resistor is open circuit
DC link low trip:
•
3
OVER CURRENT
4
STACK FAULT
Supply is too low/power down
The motor current being drawn from the drive is too high:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Trying to accelerate a large inertia load too quickly; ACCEL TIME time too short
Trying to decelerate a large inertia load too quickly; DECEL TIME time too short
Application of shock load to motor
Short circuit between motor phases
Short circuit between motor phase and earth
Motor output cables too long or too many parallel motors connected to the drive
FIXED BOOST level set too high
Stack self protection
•
Instantaneous overcurrent detected by the power stack. Refer to OVERCURRENT in this table.
5
• Fleeting over voltage event. Refer to OVER VOLTAGE in this table
STACK OVER CURRENT The motor current exceeded the capabilities of the power stack.
6
CURRENT LIMIT
7
MOTOR STALL
•
8
INVERSE TIME
Instantaneous overcurrent detected by the power stack. Refer to OVERCURRENT in this table.
V/Hz mode only : If the current exceeds 200% of stack rated current for a period of 1 second, the drive will
trip. This is caused by shock loads
The motor has stalled (not rotating) Drive in current limit >200 seconds:
•
Motor loading too great
•
FIXED BOOST level set too high
A prolonged overload condition, exceeding the Inverse Time allowance, has caused the trip:
•
Remove the overload condition
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Trips & Fault Finding
ID
9
Trip Name
MOTOR I2T
10
LOW SPEED I
11
HEATSINK OVERTEMP
Possible Reason for Trip
Only for PMAC Motor : A prolonged load condition,exceeding the motor rated current, has caused the trip. The
estimated motor load has reached a value of 105%
The motor is drawing too much current (>100%) at zero output frequency:
•
12
AMBIENT OVERTEMP
MOTOR OVERTEMP
14
EXTERNAL TRIP
15
BRAKE SHORT CCT
•
The ambient air temperature is too high
•
Poor ventilation or spacing between drives
Processor temperature too high
BRAKE RESISTOR
•
Excessive load
•
Motor voltage rating incorrect
•
FIXED BOOST level set too high
•
Prolonged operation of the motor at low speed without forced cooling
•
Break in motor thermistor connection
The external trip input is high:
BRAKE SWITCH
18
LOCAL CONTROL
•
The external dynamic brake has developed a short circuit.
•
Wiring fault
External dynamic brake resistor has been overloaded:
Trying to decelerate a large inertia too quickly or too often
Internal dynamic braking switch has been overloaded:
•
Trying to decelerate a large inertia too quickly or too often
Keypad has been disconnected from drive whilst drive is running in Local Control:
•
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Check configuration to identify the source of the signal (non-standard configuration)
External dynamic brake resistor has been overloaded:
•
17
The ambient temperature in the drive is too high
The motor temperature is too high, (required IO Option card)
•
16
FIXED BOOST level set too high
Drive heatsink temperature too high
•
13
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GKP accidentally disconnected from drive
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Trips & Fault Finding
ID
19
20
Trip Name
COMMS BREAK
LINE CONTACTOR
Possible Reason for Trip
Lost communications:
•
COMMS TIMEOUT parameter set too short
•
Master device failed
•
Wiring broken
•
Incorrect Comms setup
DC Link failed to reach the undervoltage trip level within the contactor feedback time.
•
The Line contactor failed to connect.
•
Missing 3-phase line supply
Not yet implemented ( reserved for large frame)
21
PHASE FAIL
•
22
VDC RIPPLE
The DC link ripple voltage is too high:
•
Check for a missing input phase
•
Repetetive start / stop or forward reverse action.
23
BASE MODBUS BREAK
•
24
24V OVERLOAD
24V rail is low
•
25
PMAC SPEED ERROR
26
OVERSPEED
27
SAFE TORQUE OFF
Output overload due to excess current being drawn from the 24v terminal.
Only for PMAC motor : When using the Start feature in Sensorless Vector Control, the real speed hasn’t reached
the speed setpoint after 5 seconds to move from open to closed loop control or to move from closed to open
loop
Overspeed:
•
>150% base speed when in Sensorless Vector mode
Attempt to start the motor with the Safe Torque Off active
•
Check the STO wiring. It will usually be necessary to power the drive off and on to completely clear this
event.
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HEXADECIMAL REPRESENTATION OF TRIPS
10-5
Each trip has a unique, eight-digit hexadecimal number number as shown in the tables below. This number is referred to as the trip mask. The
trip masks are used in the Enable, Active and Warnings parameters in the Trips module.
ID
Trip Name
Mask
16
BRAKE RESISTOR
00008000
User
Disable

00000002
17
BRAKE SWITCH
00010000

OVER CURRENT
STACK FAULT
00000004
00000008
18
LOCAL CONTROL
00020000

19
COMMS BREAK
00040000

5
STACK OVER CURRENT
00000010
20
LINE CONTACTOR
00080000

6
CURRENT LIMIT
00000020

21
PHASE FAIL
00100000

7
MOTOR STALL
00000040

22
VDC RIPPLE
00200000

8
INVERSE TIME
00000080

23
BASE MODBUS BREAK
00400000

9
MOTOR I2T
00000100

24
24V OVERLOAD
00800000
10
LOW SPEED I
00000200

25
PMAC SPEED ERROR
01000000


11
HEATSINK OVERTEMP
00000400

26
OVERSPEED
02000000

12
AMBIENT OVERTEMP
00000800

27
SAFE TORQUE OFF
04000000
13
MOTOR OVERTEMP
00001000

14
EXTERNAL TRIP
00002000

15
BRAKE SHORT CCT
00004000

1
OVER VOLTAGE
00000001
2
UNDER VOLTAGE
3
4
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User
Disable
ID
Trip Name
Mask
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Trips & Fault Finding
Fault Finding
Problem
Possible Cause
Remedy
Drive will not power-up
Fuse blown
Check supply details, fit correct fuse.
Check Product Code against Model No.
Check all connections are correct/secure.
Check cable continuity
Check for problem and rectify before replacing with
correct fuse
Contact Parker
Check supply details
Stop the drive and clear the jam
Safe Torque Off circuit active. Check the STO
connections then power the drive off and on to clear
any latched STO fault.
Stop the drive and clear the jam
Check terminal
Faulty cabling
Drive fuse keeps blowing
Faulty cabling or connections wrong
Cannot obtain power-on state
Motor will not run at switch-on
Faulty drive
Incorrect or no supply available
Motor jammed
Motor runs and stops
Motor becomes jammed
Open circuit speed reference
potentiometer
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Chapter 11:
Routine Maintenance & Repair
Routine Maintenance & Repair
11-1
Routine Maintenance
Periodically inspect the drive for build-up of dust or obstructions that may affect ventilation of the unit. Remove this using dry air.
Preventative Maintenance
FAN CASSETTE
The power stack cooling fan is designed to be field replaceable by a competent person. For preventative maintenance replace the fan cassette
every 5 years operation, or whenever the drive trips on ‘heatsink overtemperature’ under normal operation. Spare fan cassettes are available to
order from your local Parker sales office.
Fan Cassette Removal Instructions
1.
Remove the two retaining screws and lift off fan guard.
2.
Lift out the fan(s) and then disconnect wiring
before replacing with the new fan(s) assembly
Frame D - LA501683
Frame E - LA501684
Frame F - LA501683
making sure the fan is correct way up.
3.
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Replace the fan guard and tighten the screws
to 1.3Nm.
Frame D
Frame E
Frame F
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Routine Maintenance & Repair
DC LINK CAPACITORS
For preventative maintenance the DC link capacitors must be replaced every 10 years operation, or when the drive trips on ‘DC link ripple’ under
normal operating conditions. The unit must be returned to your local Parker sales office for replacement.
Repair
There are no user-serviceable components. Only Parker trained personnel are permitted to repair this product to maintain certifications, reliability
and quality levels.
IMPORTANT
MAKE NO ATTEMPT TO REPAIR THE UNIT - RETURN IT TO PARKER
SAVING YOUR APPLICATION DATA
In the event of a repair, application data will be saved whenever possible. However, we advise you to backup your application settings before
returning the unit.
RETURNING THE UNIT TO PARKER
Please have the following information available:
•
The model and serial number - see the unit’s rating label
•
Detailed information on the nature of the fault as well as a full description of the application and history. This is important to ensure
Parker can diagnose to root cause before return.
Contact your nearest please contact your local Parker Service Center to arrange return of the item and to be given a Authorisation To Return
(ATR) number. Use this as a reference on all paperwork you return with the faulty item. Pack and despatch the item in the original packing
materials; or at least an anti-static enclosure. Do not allow packaging chips to enter the unit. Please include the fault information described above.
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Chapter 12:
Ethernet
Ethernet
12-1
Introduction
Communications to the AC30 is via an Ethernet port on the Control Module. This allows access to:
•
•
•
The PDQ (Parker Drive Quicktool - the pc programming tool see Appendix D – Programming)
The Modbus TCP server (see Appendix A - Modbus TCP)
The HTTP server (see section below)
The Ethernet port operates at 10/100 MHz, half/full duplex. Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) is supported. Connection is recommended via an
Ethernet switch.
Connecting to a Network
Insert the Ethernet cable as shown below:
To remove the cable first remove the GKP and
then insert a screwdriver to release the catch on
the Ethernet clip.
Ethernet LEDs Meaning:
Activity
Link
RECOMMENDED CABLE
We recommend using CAT5e screened or CAT6 screened.
STATUS MONITORING
The MAC address of the Ethernet port is fixed at the factory and can be read using the parameter
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Ethernet
0945 MAC Address
The current IP settings of the AC30 can be monitored using the following parameters:
0926 IP Address
0927 Subnet Mask
0928 Gateway Address
The state of the Ethernet can be monitored using the parameter 0919 Ethernet State and from the Ethernet icon
on the GKP status bar.
Setting the IP Address
To enable communications over the Ethernet an IP address must be set. The IP address may be set:
•
Manually to a fixed address
•
Automatically by a DHCP server connected on the network
•
Automatically by the AC30 to a link-local address using Auto-IP (also known as Automatic Private IP Addressing)
The parameters 0929 DHCP and 0930 Auto IP are used to determine how the IP address is set. The factory default of these parameters is
TRUE.
The parameter 0936 Setting Lock, when set to TRUE, prevents a configuration tool from modifying the IP settings.
Manually Setting the IP Address
Parameter
0929 DHCP
0930 Auto IP
0933 User IP Address
0934 User Subnet Mask
0935 User Gateway Address
Setting
FALSE
FALSE
Preferred IP Address
Preferred Subnet Mask
Preferred Gateway Address
To set the IP address manually both the DHCP and Auto-IP must be disabled. The IP address, subnet mask and gateway address will be set
from the values in the parameters 0933 User IP Address, 0934 User Subnet Mask, 0935 User Gateway Address.
If the network does not have a gateway to another network then the gateway address may be set to 0.0.0.0
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Automatically Assigning an IP Address using DHCP
Parameter
0929 DHCP
0930 Auto IP
Ethernet
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Setting
TRUE
FALSE
If the network on which the AC30 is connected has a DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) server then the IP address may be assigned
by this server. The DHCP must be enabled. The AC30 will then request an IP address, subnet mask and gateway address from the DHCP
server.
Note: The IP address is requested by the AC30 each time the drive is powered up or when the Ethernet cable is plugged in. There is no
guarantee that the DHCP server will provide the same IP address each time.
Automatically Assigning an IP Address using Auto-IP
Parameter
0929 DHCP
0930 Auto IP
Setting
FALSE
TRUE
The AC30 may assign itself a link-local address automatically using Auto-IP. This would be used where an automatic address is required but
where no DHCP server is available, such as a small local network or when connecting an AC30 drive directly to a PC (point to point). The AutoIP must be enabled.
The AC30 will choose an IP address randomly from the link-local range 169.254.*.*. The AC30 checks that no other Ethernet device on the
network is using the address before allocating it. The AC30 will store this IP address (in parameter 0931 Last Auto IP Address) and attempt to
use it next time Auto-IP is used. The gateway address is fixed to 0.0.0.0
Using Both DHCP and Auto-IP
Parameter
0929 DHCP
0930 Auto IP
0932 DHCP To Auto IP
Setting
TRUE
TRUE
The timeout in seconds before DHCP
gives up and an IP address is obtained
using Auto-IP
If both the DHCP and Auto-IP are enabled then an IP address will be obtained automatically depending on the network. First an attempt will be
made to obtain an IP address from a DHCP server (if connected). If after a timeout period a DHCP server is not available then a link-local
address will be obtained using Auto-IP.
Note: If an Auto-IP address is used and subsequently a DHCP server becomes available, no further request will be made to the DHCP server
until either the Ethernet cable is disconnected and reconnected or the AC30 is power cycled.
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Ethernet
Typical Wiring Configurations
Point to Point Connection
When connecting a PC directly to an AC30 drive either:
•
Both sides use local-link addresses 169.254.*.* (recommended) , or
•
Both sides are set with a fixed IP address (each must be different and on the same subnet)
When using local-link addresses the parameter 0930 Auto IP must be set to TRUE (see the section Automatically Assigning an IP Address using
Auto-IP). Normally the PC is already configured to allow for an Automatic Private IP address. However if problems are encountered check the
PC’s network settings (see the section 12-10).
Note: It may take the PC up to 2 minutes to obtain an Automatic private IP address when the Ethernet cable is plugged in.
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Ethernet
Local Network with a DHCP Server
For the AC30 the parameter 0929 DHCP must be set to
TRUE (see the section Automatically Assigning an IP
Address using DHCP).
DHCP
Server
Switch
Local Network without a DHCP Server
Devices on the network either:
•
•
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Use fixed addresses, in which case the parameters
0929 DHCP and 0930 Auto IP must be set to
FALSE (see the section Manually Setting the IP
Address), or
Use link-local addresses, in which case the
parameter 0930 Auto IP must be set to TRUE (see
the section Automatically Assigning an IP Address
using Auto-IP)
Switch
12-5
12-6
Ethernet
Web (HTTP) Server
The AC30 has a built-in web server. To access the web server the parameter 0944 Web Access must be set to LIMITED or FULL.
To access the AC30 drive, enter the IP address into a web browser.
• Internet Explorer 8 or above - recommended
• Mozilla Firefox 13 or above
• Google Chrome 19 or above
The following browsers are suitable:
WEB PAGES
A number of built-in web pages can be accessed from the AC30.
Home Page
The home page displays a summary of the drive.
Parameters Page
The parameters page provides access to the AC30 drive parameters similar to the GKP. This page may only be access when the parameter
0944 Web Access is set to FULL. The view level of the parameters may be modified using the parameter 0945 Web View Level.
Parameters may be modified from this web page. If a parameter is successfully modified, and supports save, it will be saved.
Some parameters may only be modified when in configuration mode, in which case the parameter number will be highlighted green.
Some parameters may only be modified when the drive is stopped, in which case the parameter number will be highlighted red.
It is recommended to use the refresh button provided on the page, rather than on the browser itself, to view the latest parameter values.
Passwords Page
The passwords page provides a means of restricting access to the web pages using Basic Authenticate. This page may only be access when the
parameter 0944 Web Access is set to FULL.
If the web access password is set then access to the Parameters Page and Password Page will be restricted. The factory default has the
password cleared providing unrestricted access.
The username is fixed to “ac30”.
Note 1. Basic Authenticate is a very low level of defense against unauthorized access. It is the responsibility of the system administrator to
assess the network security and provide adequate protection.
Note 2. The username and password are case sensitive.
Note 3. If passwords are lost, they may only be cleared by a return to factory defaults of all the parameters.
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12-7
TROUBLESHOOTING THE WEB SERVER
Troubleshooting of the Ethernet in general is described in the section Troubleshooting below.
If the AC30 web page still cannot be accessed then this may be due to the browser’s proxy server settings, especially if the PC has been used
on a corporate network. To check the settings access the Internet Options dialog from within the browser and click on the Connections tab,
then click on LAN settings. Make sure the Proxy server checkbox is cleared, alternatively click on Advanced and add the IP address of the
AC30 to the Exceptions list.
Contact your network administrator before making any changes to your browser settings.
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Ethernet
Troubleshooting
The following parameters are useful for monitoring the IP settings:
0929 IP Address
0928 Subnet Mask
0931 Gateway Address
The state of the Ethernet can be monitored using the parameter 944 Ethernet State, normal operation is when the state is RESOLVED IP, and
from the GKP icon
FLASHING GKP ICON
Normally, once the AC30 is connected to a network, the GKP Ethernet icon will flash for a short period as the IP address is being resolved, and
then will become a solid icon indicating an IP address has been set. If the icon continues to flash for more than 1 – 2 minutes this can indicate a
problem. Check the parameter 0919 Ethernet State.
Resolving IP
The AC30 is waiting for a valid IP address to be set manually using the parameters:
0933 User IP Address
0934 User Subnet Mask
0935 User Gateway Address
Note that the IP address must be set to a non-zero value.
RESOLVING DHCP
The AC30 is waiting for a DHCP server to provide an IP address. If there is no DHCP server detected on the network then the Ethernet will stay
in this state. If there is no DHCP server the IP address may be obtained using Auto-IP or set manually.
DUPLICATE IP
Another device on the network with the same IP address has been detected. This will cause communication issues. The Duplicate IP warning
will clear after approximately 1 minute once the offending device has been removed or the IP address changed.
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AN IP ADDRESS IS SET BUT THERE IS NO COMMUNICATION
Ethernet
12-9
If there is an IP address set but there are problems communicating with other devices (say a PC) then the IP address may not match the subnet
on which it is connected. The range of the IP address permitted on a network depends upon the particular network. Normally if the IP address is
obtained automatically then the settings will be correct for the network.
The administrator of a network should be aware of what IP settings are required.
LINK DETECTION
When the AC30 Ethernet is connected to a network or other device, the Ethernet Link LED will be on and the Ethernet Activity LED will be
flickering.
When first connected, the AC30 will attempt to determine the speed and duplex of the Ethernet link. This is done using a method call autonegotiation.
Some older devices or hubs do not support auto-negotiation, in which case the AC30 will use parallel detection. As parallel detection will only
provide the link speed, the AC30 will default to half-duplex.
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Ethernet
CHANGING THE PC ETHERNET SETTINGS
Normally the PC Ethernet adapter is set to obtain an IP address automatically either from a DHCP server or using an automatic private IP
address (Auto-IP). The adapter settings may be checked / modified as follows:
For Windows XP under Control Panel  Network Connections
For Windows 7 under Control Panel  Network And Sharing Center  Change adapter settings
Right-click on the required network adapter and choose Properties, then double-click on Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) (Windows XP) or Internet
Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) (Windows 7).
To use a fixed IP address make sure Use the following Ip address under the General tab is chosen and enter the required IP address, subnet
mask and default gateway.
To use DHCP or Auto-IP make sure Obtain IP address automatically under the General tab is chosen and under the Alternate Configuration
tab that Automatic private IP address is chosen.
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Parameter Summary
PNO
0919
Ethernet
12-11
Parameter Descriptions
Ethernet State
Type: USINT (enumerated)
Base Communications parameter.
Provides the state of the AC30 Ethernet link.
Range:
RW/RO
Saved
Config
(0) INITIALISING - Driver initialising
RO


Range:
RW/RO
Saved
Config
xx-xx-xx-xx-xx-xx
RO


(1) NO LINK - Ethernet not connected to a network
(2) RESOLVING IP - Waiting for an IP address to be set manually
(3) RESOLVING DHCP - Waiting for a DHCP server to provide an IP address
(4) RESOLVING AUTO-IP - Waiting to Auto-IP to provide an IP address
(5) RESOLVED IP - IP address is set – communication is possible
(6) STOPPING DHCP - AC30 is stopping the DHCP service
(7) DUPLICATE IP - Another device on the network has the same IP address
(8) FAULT - Fault detected
0920
MAC Address
Type: String
Base Communications parameter.
Provides the state of the AC30 Ethernet link.
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Ethernet
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
0926
IP Address
Type: DWORD(IP address)
Base Communications parameter.
Provides the current IP address of the AC30 Ethernet
Range:
RW/RO
Saved
Config
0.0.0.0
RO


…
255.255.255.255
0927
Subnet Mask
Type: DWORD(IP address)
Base Communications parameter.
Provides the current subnet mask of the AC30 Ethernet.
Range
RW/RO
Saved
Config
0.0.0.0
RO


Range
RW/RO
Saved
Config
0.0.0.0
RO


…
255.255.255.255
0928
Gateway Addess
Type: DWORD(IP address)
Base Communications parameter.
Provides the current gateway address of the AC30 Ethernet.
…
255.255.255.255
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PNO
Parameter Descriptions
0931
Last Auto IP Address
Type: DWORD(IP address)
Base Communications parameter.
12-13
Provides the last Auto-IP IP address used.
Range
RW/RO
Saved
Config
0.0.0.0
RO


Range
RW/RO
Saved
Config
0000 0000h
RO


Range
RW/RO
Saved
Config
0000 0000h
RO


…
255.255.255.255
0937
Ethernet Diagnostic
Type: DWORD
Base Communications parameter.
Diagnostic for the AC30 Ethernet.
…
FFFF FFFFh
1269
DHCP State
Type: DWORD
Base Communications parameter.
Diagnostic for the AC30 DHCP client.
…
FFFF FFFFh
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Ethernet
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
0938
Free Packets
Type: UDINT
Base Communications parameter.
Diagnostic for the AC30 Ethernet.
0929
Range
RW/RO
Saved
Config
0
…
UDINT max
RO


Range:
RW/RO
Saved
Config
FALSE
TRUE
RW


Range
RW/RO
Saved
Config
FALSE
TRUE
RW


DHCP
Type: BOOL
Default: TRUE
Base Communications parameter.
DHCP enable.
Set to TRUE to obtain an IP address from a DHCP server.
0930
Auto IP
Type: BOOL
Default: TRUE
Base Communications parameter.
DHCP enable.
Set to TRUE to obtain an IP address using Auto-IP.
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PNO
Parameter Descriptions
0932
DHCP To Auto IP
Type: TIME
Default: 45 seconds
Base Communications parameter.
12-15
This is the time taken between attempting to get an IP address from a DHCP server and then attempting to get an IP address using
Auto-IP.
Both DHCP and Auto-IP must be enabled.
Range
RW/RO
Saved
Config
RW


RW/RO
Saved
Config
RW


Range
RW/RO
Saved
Config
0.0.0.0
…
RW


30 seconds
…
300 seconds
0933
User IP Address
Type: DWORD (IP address)
Default: 0.0.0.0
Base Communications parameter.
The preferred fixed IP address of the AC30 Ethernet.
Both DHCP and Auto-IP must be disabled.
Range
0.0.0.0
…
255.255.255.255
0934
User Subnet Mask
Type: DWORD (IP address)
Default: 0.0.0.0
Base Communications parameter.
The preferred fixed subnet mask of the AC30 Ethernet.
Both DHCP and Auto-IP must be disabled.
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Ethernet
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
255.255.255.255
0935
User Gateway Address
Type: DWORD (IP address)
Default: 0.0.0.0
Base Communications parameter.
The preferred fixed gateway address of the AC30 Ethernet.
Both DHCP and Auto-IP must be disabled.
Range
RW/RO
Saved
Config
RW


Range
RW/RO
Saved
Config
FALSE
RW


RW/RO
Saved
Config
RW


0.0.0.0
…
255.255.255.255
0936
Settings Lock
Type: BOOL
Default: FALSE
If set to TRUE, prevents the IP settings being modified from an Ethernet configuration tool.
TRUE
0944
Web Access
Type: USINT (enumerated)
Default: RESTRICTED
Base Communications parameter.
Enables access to the AC30 web server.
Range
(0)
(1)
(2)
DISABLED – a web browser is prevented from accessing the AC30 web server.
LIMITED – a web browser may access a limited set of pages on the AC30 web server.
FULL – a web browser has full access to the pages on the AC30 web server, however
authentication may be required if a password has been set.
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PNO
Parameter Descriptions
0945
Web View Level
Type: USINT (enumerated)
Default: (3) TECHNICIAN
Base Communications parameter.
12-17
Sets the view level when accessing parameters via the web server.
Range
(0)
(1)
(2)
0946
OPERATOR
TECHNICIAN
ENGINEER
RW/RO
Saved
Config
RW


RW/RO
Saved
Config
RW


Web Password
Type: String
Default: none
Base Communications parameter.
Sets the password for access to restricted AC30 web pages such as the Parameters Page.
Range
Password parameter will display ***** when set.
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Appendix A:
Modbus TCP
Modbus TCP
A-1
Introduction
The AC30 built-in Ethernet includes a Modbus TCP server. The Modbus registers are mapped to the AC30 parameters. Up to 3 simultaneous
connections to Modbus clients are possible. TCP port 502 is used.
Making a connection to the Ethernet and setting an IP address on the AC30 is described in Chapter 12 (Ethernet). If the Modbus TCP is used as
part of a process control it is recommended a dedicated network be used with fixed IP addresses for the AC30 drives.
To allow Modbus TCP connections to the AC30, the parameter 0939 Maximum Connections must be set to a value greater than zero.
Modbus Register Mapping
The AC30 parameters are mapped to the Holding Registers and Input Registers. There is no mapping to Coils or Discrete Inputs.
Holding Register Address
Input Register Address
Description
00001 - 00528
00001 - 00528
Reserved area.
Do not write into this register range.
00529 - onwards
00529 - onwards
Mapped to AC30 parameter values.
Each parameter number is mapped onto two consecutive Modbus registers regardless of the parameter data type. The relationship between the
Holding Register or Input Register is given as:
Register number = (parameter number - 1) * 2 + 529
•
If the parameter has a data type that uses one byte then it will occupy the low byte of the first register and the high byte will be zero, i.e. the
register will not be sign extended.
•
If the parameter has a data type that uses two bytes then it will occupy the first register.
•
Unused register locations will read zero; writing to that location will have no effect.
•
The word order of 32-bit parameters is determined by the AC30 parameter 0940 High Word First.
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Modbus TCP
ARRAYS
Some parameters have multiple elements and are classified as parameter arrays. A parameter array has a parameter number that represents
the whole of the array, but also has parameter numbers that represent each element of the array. An example is given below.
Array Example
A parameter array called My Array has 4 elements.
Parameter Number
Parameter - My Array
152
Whole array
153
index 0
154
index 1
155
index 2
156
index 3
If the parameter number of the whole array is 152, then the parameter number of the element index 0 of the array will be 153, the parameter
number of the element index 1 will be 154, etc.
Note: String array parameters access their elements via parameter numbers that are calculated in a different way (see Strings).
Accessing the parameter arrays via the parameter number that represents the whole array is not recommended. This will access only the first
four bytes (2 registers) of the array. The array should rather be accessed via its elements.
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A-3
STRINGS
Strings parameters have a parameter number that represents the whole string. This parameter number is mapped to two registers so limits
access to the first four characters. Additional contiguous parameter numbers are set aside so that the whole string can be accessed: one
additional parameter number for each four characters. The strings are packed into the registers low byte first.
String Example
A string parameter called My String has a string length of 12 characters (plus the null terminator). This will have one parameter number allocated
for the whole string (in this example 161) and 3 further parameter numbers for the string fragments (162-164).
If the value of the string is “0123456789AB”:
Parameter
Represents
Number
0161
0162
0163
0164
Register
Number
Register Value
hi-byte
lo-byte
whole string
00849
‘1’
‘0’
“0123456789AB”
00850
‘3’
‘2’
Fragment
00851
‘1’
‘0’
“0123”
00852
‘3’
‘2’
fragment
“4567”
00853
‘5’
‘4’
00854
‘7’
‘6’
fragment
“89AB”
00855
‘9’
‘8’
00856
‘B’
‘A’
Note: This is an example parameter.
As each AC30 parameter maps to two registers, if the registers that represent the whole string is accessed then only the first four characters will
appear. To access the whole string over Modbus use the registers that map to the parameter number of the whole array plus one, in this
example 0162 (register 00851). A multiple read or write of registers will then provide access to the whole string.
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Modbus TCP
String Array Example
A string array parameter called My String Array has 2 elements of string length 5 characters (plus the null terminator) each. In this example the
parameter number of the whole array is 175.
If the values of the array elements are “12345” and “abc”:
Parameter
Represents
Register
Number
Number
0175
0176
hi-byte
lo-byte
whole array
00877
‘2’
‘1’
[“12345”, “abc”]
00878
‘4’
‘3’
1 element
00879
‘2’
‘1’
“12345”
00880
‘4’
‘3’
fragment
00881
‘2’
‘1’
“1234”
00882
‘4’
‘3’
fragment
00883
null
‘5’
“5”
00884
undefined
undefined
2 element
00885
‘b’
‘a’
“abc”
00886
null
‘c’
fragment
00887
‘b’
‘a’
“abc”
00888
null
‘c’
fragment
00889
undefined
undefined
“”
00890
undefined
undefined
st
0177
0178
0179
Register Value
nd
0180
0181
Note: This is an example parameter.
To access the first element of the array over Modbus then parameter number 0177 (register 00881) would be used. To access the second element
then parameter number 0180 (register 00887) would be used.
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Supported Modbus Functions
Four Modbus functions are supported:
READ HOLDING REGISTERS (#3)
This function allows multiple Input registers to be read. Up to 125 registers may be read. As the Holding registers and Input registers map to the
same AC30 parameters this will return the same values as the Read Input Registers function.
READ INPUT REGISTERS (#4)
This function allows multiple Holding registers to be read. Up to 125 registers may be read. As the Holding registers and Input registers map to
the same AC30 parameters this will return the same values as the Read Holding Registers function.
WRITE SINGLE REGISTER (#6)
This function allows a single Holding register to be written to. Note that this function may only be used on registers that map to 1-byte or 2-byte
AC30 parameters. An attempt to write to a register that maps to a 4-byte parameter will have no effect on the parameter.
WRITE MULTIPLE REGISTERS (#16)
This function allows a contiguous block of Holding registers to be written to. Up to 120 registers may be written. Note that when writing to
registers that map to 4-byte AC30 parameters both registers must be written to. Writing to one-half of a 4-byte parameter will have no effect on
the parameter.
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Modbus TCP
Modbus Exception Codes
Three Modbus exception codes are supported:
ILLEGAL FUNCTION (01)
The Modbus function is not supported by the slave.
ILLEGAL DATA ADDRESS (02)
If the register data address contained in the Modbus request maps to an AC30 parameter that is outside the range of parameter numbers then
this exception will occur.
ILLEGAL DATA VALUE (03)
If the number of bytes or words contained in the Modbus request field is out of range then this exception will occur.
Process Active and Lost Communications Trip
PROCESS ACTIVE FLAG
The Process Active flag is represented by the AC30 parameter 0943 Process Active. This parameter changes to TRUE on the first valid
Modbus request.
If the parameter 0941 Modbus Timeout is set to a non-zero value then the Process Active parameter will subsequently change to FALSE if a
Modbus request is not received within the timeout period or if all connections are closed. Note that the connection timeout on the AC30 is 10
seconds.
The parameter 1241 Open Connections indicates the number of open connections to the AC30 Modbus TCP server.
TRIP
If enabled, a break in the Modbus communications can be used to generate a trip. The 0943 Process Active parameter is used to generate the
trip. If this parameter transitions from TRUE to FALSE then a trip will event will be generated.
To enable the base communications Modbus trip, the parameter 0942 Modbus Trip Enable must be set to TRUE and the BASE MODBUS
BREAK bit set in the parameter 0697 Enable 1-32. The parameter 0941 Modbus Timeout must be set to a value other than zero.
For information on enabling trips see Chapter 10 Trips & Fault Finding.
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Parameter Summary
Modbus TCP
A-7
The following parameters are relevant to the Modbus TCP.
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
0939
Maximum Connections
Type: USINT
Default: 0
Base Communications Modbus TCP parameter.
Sets the maximum number of Modbus clients allowed. If set to zero, then no connections will be allowed.
Range
0
…
3
0940
RW/RO
Saved
Config



High Word First
Type: BOOL
Default: FALSO
Base Communications Modbus TCP parameter.
If set to TRUE, the most significant word of a 32-bit parameter will be mapped to the first register, and the least significant word to the
next register.
0941
Range
RW/RO
Saved
Config
FALSE
TRUE



RW/RO
Saved
Config



Modbus Timeout
Type: TIME
Default: 3.0 seconds
Base Communications Modbus TCP parameter.
Sets the process active timeout
Range
0
…
65.0 seconds
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Modbus TCP
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
0942
Modbus Trip Enable
Type: BOOL
Default: FALSE
Base Communications Modbus TCP parameter.
Set TRUE to enable the Modbus Trip. The parameter Modbus Timeout must be set to a value other than zero
1241
Range
RW/RO
Saved
Config
FALSE
TRUE



RW/RO
Saved
Config



Open Connections
Type: USINT
Base Communications Modbus TCP parameter.
Indicates the number of open connections to the AC30 Modbus TCP server.
Range
0
…
3
0943
Process Active
Type: BOOL
Base Communications Modbus TCP parameter.
Indicates that a Modbus request addressed to this node has been received within the period set by the parameter Modbus Timeout,
or if no timeout is specified, this parameter will stay active after the first received Modbus request.
Range
RW/RO
Saved
Config
FALSE
TRUE



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Appendix B:
Sequencing Logic
Sequencing Logic
B-1
1
2
Drive State Machine
DS402
The sequencing of the AC30 is based on the DS402 / DriveCOM / IEC 61800-7 standard as used by most industrial fieldbusses. This allows it to
be easily controlled and monitored by a PLC using the standards’ Control Word and Status Word.
SEQUENCING STATE
The sequencing state of the unit is indicated by an enumerated value given by the 0678 Sequencing State parameter.
Value
DS402 Sequencing State
Description
0
NOT READY TO SWITCH ON
Not ready to switch on. The drive is initialising or being configured.
1
SWITCH ON DISABLED
The Drive will not accept a switch on command
2
READY TO SWITCH ON
SWITCHED ON
4
OPERATIONAL ENABLED
4
5
6
The Drive will accept a switch on command.
The Drive will accept an Operation Enable (Run or Jog) command.
3
3
- Power stage of the Drive is ready to operate.
- Voltage has not yet been applied to the motor terminals.
9
Normal operational state of the drive. This state includes Running, Jogging,
Stopping (Disabling Operation) and Shutting Down (Switching Off).
- Voltage applied to the motor terminals.
5
QUICK STOP ACTIVE
Emergency stop (Fast stop) is active
6
FAULT REACTION ACTIVE
The Drive is processing a trip event
7
FAULTED
The Drive is tripped awaiting trip reset
E
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Sequencing Logic
SEQUENCING DIAGRAM
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Sequencing Logic
B-3
The OPERATION ENABLED state is the normal operation state of the Drive. In this state the Reference Ramp is active generating a Speed
Demand. Sub-states and allowed transitions are shown below. Note – the RUNNING sub-state also includes JOGGING.
1
2
3
4
5
6
9
STATE TRANSITIONS
State transitions are caused by internal events in the Drive or external commands via the Control Word. The transition numbers below relate to
those on the Sequence Diagram.
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B-4
Sequencing Logic
Transition 0: No Power to NOT READY TO SWITCH ON
Power has been applied to the control electronics of the drive.
Transition 1: NOT READY TO SWITCH ON to SWITCH ON DISABLED
Automatic transition when initialisation has been completed and application has been loaded.
Transition 2: SWITCH ON DISABLED to READY TO SWITCH ON
Shutdown command received from control device or local signal.
Transition 3: READY TO SWITCH ON to SWITCHED ON
Switch On command received from control device or local signal.
Transition 4: SWITCHED ON to OPERATION ENABLED
Enable Operation (Run Forward, Run Reverse or Jog) command received from control device or local signal.
Transition 5: OPERATION ENABLED to SWITCHED ON
Disable Operation (Stop) command received from control device or local signal and Disabling (Stopping) function completed.
Transition 6: SWITCHED ON to READY TO SWITCH ON
Shutdown command received from control device or local signal.
Transition 7: READY TO SWITCH ON to SWITCH ON DISABLED
Quick Stop or Disable Voltage command received from control device or local signal.
Transition 8: OPERATION ENABLED to READY TO SWITCH ON
Shutdown command received from control device or local signal and Shutdown function completed.
Transition 9: OPERATION ENABLED to SWITCH ON DISABLED
Disable Voltage command received from control device or local signal.
Transition 10: SWITCHED ON to SWITCH ON DISABLED
Disable Voltage or Quick Stop command received from control device or local signal.
Transition 11: OPERATION ENABLED to QUICK STOP ACTIVE
Quick Stop command received from control device or local signal.
Transition 12: OPERATION ENABLED to QUICK STOP ACTIVE
Automatic transition when the Quick Stop function is completed or Disable Voltage command received.
Transition 13: any state to FAULT REACTION ACTIVE
Fault (Trip) occurred.
Transition 14: FAULT REACTION ACTIVE to FAULT
Automatic transition when Fault Reaction function completed or Disable Voltage command received.
Transition 15: FAULT to SWITCH ON DISABLED
Fault Reset command received from control device or local signal and there are no fault currently exists.
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Sequencing Logic
B-5
COMMAND WORD
The commands that request a change in sequencer state are received via the Control Word. The current value is given by 0644 Control Word.
This is a read-only parameter which is updated from a source depending on the selected sequencing control channel. The sources available are
COMMS, APP and LOCAL.
If COMMS is selected, the value will be taken from 0627 Comms Control Word. This will normally be written to over either the Fieldbus interface
or built-in Ethernet Modbus TCP.
If APP is selected, the value will be taken from 0627 App Control Word. This will normally be written to by the loaded application which is
responsible for routing the control signals from Digital Input terminals.
If LOCAL is selected, the value will be taken from 0610 Local Control Word. This is written to by the GKP.
Bit
Name
Description
0
Switch On
OFF1
= 1 to switch on
1
Enable Voltage
OFF2
= 0 to coast stop
2
Disable Quick Stop
OFF3
= 0 to emergency stop
3
Enable Operation
1 = Run Forward
4
Enable Ramp Output
=0 to set ramp output to zero
5
Enable Ramp
=0 to hold ramp
6
Enable Ramp Input
=0 to set ramp input to zero
7
Reset Fault
Reset trips on 0 to 1 transition
8
Enable Jog
1 = Jog
12
Auto Initialise
1 = Allow SWITCH ON DISABLED to READY TO SWITCH ON transition regardless of bit 0 (Switch On)
13
Enable Rev Op
1 = Run Reverse
14
Remote Ctl
0 = Local Sequencing
15
Remote Ref
0 = Local Reference
1
2
3
4
5
6
9
9
10
11
E
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B-6
Sequencing Logic
STATUS WORD
The Status Word provides the detailed status of the sequencer. Regardless of the source of the Control Word, this is always available as 0611
Status Word.
Bit
Name
Description
0
Ready To Switch On
Drive initialised and not in Configuration mode
1
Switched On
2
Operation Enabled
Running Forward
3
Faulted
Unacknowledged faults present
4
Voltage Enabled
5
Quick Stop Disabled
6
Switch On Disabled
7
8
Ref From Net
9
Ctl From Net
10
11
12
13
Jogging
Operation enabled with Jog Reference
14
Rev Op Enabled
Running Backwards
15
Stopping
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Appendix C:
Compliance
Compliance
C-1
This Chapter outlines the compliance requirements and product certifications.
Attention – hot
surfaces
DANGER
Risk of electric shock
Caution
Refer to documentation
Earth/Ground
Protective Conductor Terminal
APPLICABLE STANDARDS
EN 61800-3:2004
Adjustable speed electrical power drive systems – Part 3: EMC requirements and specific test methods.
EN 61800-5-1:2007
Adjustable speed electrical power drive systems – Part 5-1: Safety requirements – Electrical, thermal and energy.
EN 61800-5-2:2007
Adjustable speed electrical power drive systems – Part 5-2: Safety requirements – Functional.
EN ISO 13849-1:2008
Safety of machinery – Safety-related parts of control systems – Part 1: General principles for design.
BS EN 60204-1:2006
Safety of machinery – Electrical equipment of machines – Part 1: General requirements.
BS EN 61000-3-2:2006
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) - Part 3-2: Limits – Limits for harmonic current emissions (equipment input
current up to and including 16A per phase).
BS EN 61000-6-2:2007
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 6-2: General standards – Immunity for industrial environments.
BS EN 61000-6-3:2007
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 6-3: General standards - Emission standard for residential, commercial and
light-industrial environments.
BS EN 61000-6-4:2007
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 6-4: General standards – Emission standard for residential, commercial
and light-industrial environments.
IEC 61000-3-12:2011
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 3-12: Limits – Limits for harmonic currents produced by equipment
connected to public low-voltage systems with input currents >16A and ≤75A per phase.
UL508C
Standard for Safety, Power Conversion Equipment, third edition.
CSA 22.2 No.14-10
Industrial Control Equipment
NFPA
National Electrical Code, National Fire Protection Agency, Part 70
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C-2
Compliance
EUROPEAN COMPLIANCE
CE MARKING
The CE marking is placed upon the product by Parker Hannifin Manufacturing Ltd to facilitate its free movement within
the European Economic Area (EEA). The CE marking provides a presumption of conformity to all applicable directives.
Harmonized standards are used to demonstrate compliance with the essential requirements laid down in those relevant
directives.
It must be remembered that there is no guarantee that combinations of compliant components will result in a compliant
system. This means that compliance to harmonised standards will have to be demonstrated for the system as a whole
to ensure compliance with the directive.
Local wiring regulations always take precedence.
Where there are any conflicts between regulatory standards for example earthing requirements for
electromagnetic compatibility, safety shall always take precedence.
Low Voltage Directive
When installed in accordance with this manual the product will comply with the low voltage directive 2006/95/EC.
Protective Earth (PE) Connections
Only one protective earth
conductor is permitted at each protective earth terminal contacting point.
The product requires a protective earth conductor cross section of at least 10mm², where this is not possible a second
protective earth terminal provided on the VSD (Variable Speed Drive) shall be used. The second conductor should be
independent but electrically in parallel.
EMC Directive
When installed in accordance with this manual the product will comply with the electromagnet compatibility directive
2004/108/EC.
The following information is provided to maximise the Electro Magnetic Compatibility (EMC) of VSDs and systems in
their intended operating environment, by minimising their emissions and maximising their immunity.
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Machinery Directive
Compliance
C-3
When installed in accordance with this manual the product will comply with the machinery directive 2006/42/EC.
This product is classified under category 21 of annex IV as ‘logic units to ensure safety functions’. All instructions, warnings and
safety information can be found in Chapter 6.
This product is a component to be incorporated into machinery and may not be operated alone. The complete machinery or
installation using this equipment may only be put into service when all safety considerations of the Directive are fully implemented.
Particular reference should be made to EN60204-1 (Safety of Machinery - Electrical Equipment of Machines).
EMC COMPLIANCE
WARNING
In a domestic environment, this product may cause radio interference, in which case supplementary mitigation measures may be
required.
Definitions
Category C1
PDS of rated voltage less than 1000V, intended for use in the first environment
Category C2
PDS of rated voltage less then 1000V, which is neither a plug in device nor a movable device and, when used in the first environment, is intended
to be installed and commissioned only by a professional.
Note: A professional is a person or an organisation having necessary skills in installing and/or commissioning power drive systems, including their EMC aspects.
Category C3
PDS of rated voltage less then 1000V, intended for use in the second environment and not intended for use in the first environment.
Category C4
PDS of rated voltage equal to or above 1000V, or rated current equal to or above 400A, or intended for use in complex systems in the second
environment.
First Environment
Environment that include domestic premises, it also includes establishments directly connected without transformers to a low-voltage power
supply network which supplies buildings used for domestic purposes.
Note: Houses, apartments, commercial premises or offices in a residential building are examples of first environment locations.
Second Environment
Environment that includes all establishments other than those directly connected to a low-voltage power supply network which supplies buildings
used for domestic purposes.
Note: Industrial areas, technical areas of any building fed from a dedicated transformer are examples of second environment locations.
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C-4
Compliance
EMC Standards Comparison
The standards are concerned with two types of emission
Radiated
Those in the band 30MHZ – 1000MHz which radiate into the environment
Conducted
Those in the band 150kHz – 30MHz which are injected into the supply.
RADIATED
The standards have common roots (CISPR 11 & CISPR14) so there is some commonality in the test levels applied in different environments.
Relationship Between Standards
Standards
Product Specific
Generic
EN 61800-3
EN61000-6-3
Limits*
EN61000-6-4
Category C1 Table 15
Equivalent
N/A
30 – 230MHZ 30dB(µV/m)
230 - 1000MHz 37dB(µV/m)
Category C2 Table 15
N/A
Equivalent
30 – 230MHZ 40dB(µV/m)
230 - 1000MHz 47dB(µV/m)
Category C3 Table 18
These limits have no relationships with the generic standards.
30 – 230MHZ 50dB(µV/m)
230 - 1000MHz 60dB(µV/m)
*Adjusted for 10m
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C-5
CONDUCTED EMISSION
The various standards have common roots (CISPR 11 & CISPR14) so there is some commonality in the test levels applied in different standards
and environments.
Relationship Between Standards
Standards
Product Specific
EN 61800-3
Limits
Generic
EN61000-6-3
EN61000-6-4
Frequency (MHz)
Quasi Peak
Average
0.5 - 5.0
5.0 - 30.0
66
decreasing with log
of frequency to:
56
56
60
56
decreasing with log
of frequency to:
46
46
50
0.15 - 0.5
0.5 - 5.0
5.0 - 30.0
79
73
73
66
60
60
0.15 - 0.5
0.5 - 5.0
5.0 - 30.0
100
86
90
decreasing with log
of frequency to:
70
90
76
80
decreasing with log
of frequency to:
60
0.15 - 0.5
0.5 - 5.0
5.0 - 30.0
130
125
115
120
115
105
0.15 - 0.5
Category C1
Table 14
Category C2
Table 14
Equivalent
N/A
N/A
Equivalent
I ≤100A
Category C3
Table 17
These limits have no relationships with the
generic standards.
I ≥100A
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DB (µV)
C-6
Compliance
AC30 EMC COMPLIANCE (4KHZ)
Standard EN 61800-3
Conducted emissions
Category C1
Category C2
Table 14
When fitted with the specified
external filter & EMC filter kit,
refer to C17-18
Product supplied as a
component, a suitable external
filter is required
Maximum cable length 5 m
Table 14
When fitted with an EMC filter kit
(internal filter, clamping bracket
and ferrite), refer to C-17
Maximum cable length 10 m
Frame E
Where I<=100A
Product supplied as a
component, a suitable external
filter is required
Frame F
Refer to C-9 for the use of a suitable
external filter with the required
characteristics
Refer to C-9 for the use of a suitable
external filter with the required
characteristics
When fitted with an EMC filter kit
(internal filter, clamping bracket and
ferrite), refer to C-17
When fitted with an EMC filter kit
(internal filter, clamping bracket and
ferrite), refer to C-17
Maximum cable length 10 m
Maximum cable length 10 m
When fitted with the specified external
filter & EMC filter kit, refer to C17-18
When fitted with the specified external
filter & EMC filter kit, refer to C17-18
Maximum cable length 25 m
Table 17
Radiated
Emissions
Frame D > 2.2kW
Product supplied as a
component, a suitable external
filter is required
Category C3
When fitted with an internal filter
When fitted with an internal filter
Maximum cable length 50 m
Maximum cable length 50 m
Maximum cable length 25 m
When fitted with an internal filter
Maximum cable length 25 m (50m with
EMC filter kit, Refer to C-17)
Category C1
Table 15
When mounted inside a cubicle with the required attenuation between 30-1000MHz at 25dB
Category C2
Table 15
When mounted inside a cubicle with the required attenuation between 30-1000MHz at 15dB
Category C3
Table 18
Power Supply
Cable Type
Segregation
Length Limit
Cable Type
Segregation
Screen to Earth
Output Choke
Unscreened
From all other wiring (clean)
Unlimited
Screened/Armoured
From all other wiring (noisy)
Both ends
300 meters maximum
Cable Type
Screened/Armoured
Segregation
From all other wiring (noisy)
0.3 meters
Both ends
Screened/Armoured
From all other wiring (noisy)
25 meters
Both ends
Screened
From all other wiring (sensitive)
25 meters
Drive end only
Motor Cable
Cable Requirements
Frame D ≤ 2.2kW
External Filter
to Drive
Length Limit
Screen to Earth
Brake Resistor Cable Type
Segregation
Length Limit
Screen to Earth
Cable Type
Signal/Control
Segregation
Length Limit
Screen to Earth
8, 12, 16kHz will require extra filtering.
No specific enclosure required
No specific enclosure required
No specific enclosure required
No specific enclosure required
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Compliance
Radiated Emissions Profile
C-7
EN61800-3 - Limits for electromagnetic radiation disturbance in the frequency band 30 MHz to 1 000 MHz
Frequency band
MHz
Category C1
Category C2
Electric field strength component
Electric field strength component
Quasi-peak dB(V/m)
Quasi-peak dB(V/m)
30 δ f δ 230
30
40
230 < f δ 1 000
37
47
NOTE: Measurement distance 10 m.
For category C1, if the field strength measurement at 10 m cannot be made because of high ambient noise levels or for other reasons, measurement may be
made at 3 m. If the 3 m distance is used, the measurement result obtained shall be normalised to 10 m by subtracting 10 dB from the result. In this case, care
should be taken to avoid near field effects, particularly when the PDS is not of an appropriately small size, and at frequencies near 30 MHz.
When multiple drives are used 3dB attenuation per drive needs to be added.
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C-8
Compliance
Conducted Emissions Profile (Unfiltered Product)
Frame D
Frame E
Frame F
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EMC Installation Guidance
Compliance
C-9
PROTECTIVE EARTH (PE) CONNECTIONS
Local wiring regulations take precedence and may require the protective earth connection of the motor to be connected locally, i.e. not
as specified in these instructions. This will not cause shielding problems because of the relatively high RF impedance of the local earth
connection.
Earthing
A star-point earthing policy separates ‘noisy’ and ‘clean’ earths. Four separate earth bus bars (three are insulated from the mounting panel)
connect to a single earth point (star point) near the incoming safety earth from the main supply. Flexible, large cross-section cable is used to
ensure low HF impedance. Bus bars are arranged so that connection to the single earth point is as short as possible.
1.
0V/Signal Grounding
The “0V/signal ground” is required to be separately earthed, for multiple products these terminals should be connected together at a single,
local earthing point.
2.
Control/Signal and Encoder Cables
Control/signal and encoder cables, all analogue inputs, and communications require screening with the screen connected only at the VSD
end. However, if high frequency noise is still a problem, earth the screen at the non-VSD end via a 0.1µF capacitor. Connect the screen (at
the VSD end) to the VSD protective earth point
and not to the control board terminals.
3.
Clean Earth Busbar (insulated from the mounting panel)
Used as a reference point for all signal and control cabling. This may be further subdivided into an analog and a digital reference busbar,
each separately connected to the star earthing point. The digital reference is also used for any 24V control.
4.
Dirty Earth Busbar (insulated from the mounting panel)
Used for all power earths, i.e. protective earth connection. It is also used as a reference for any 110 or 220V control used, and for the
control transformer screen.
5.
Metal Work Earth Busbar
The back panel is used as this earth busbar, and should provide earthing points for all parts of the cubicle including panels and doors. This
busbar is also used for power screened cables which terminate near to (10cm) or directly into a VSD - such as motor cables, braking
choppers and their resistors, or between VSDs - refer to the appropriate product manual to identify these. Use U-clips to clamp the
screened cables to the back panel to ensure optimum HF connection.
6.
Signal/Control Screen Earth Busbar (insulated from the mounting panel)
Used for signal/control screened cables which do not go directly to the VSD. Place this busbar as close as possible to the point of cable
entry. ‘U’ clamp the screened cables to the busbar to ensure an optimum HF connection.
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C-10
Compliance
MITIGATING RADIATED EMISSIONS
Equipment Placement
Do not place magnetic/electric field sensitive equipment within 0.25 meters of the following parts of the VSD system:
•
Variable Speed Drive (VSD)
•
EMC output filters
•
Input or output chokes/transformers
•
The cable between VSD and motor (even when screened/armored)
•
Connections to external braking chopper and resistor (even when screened/armored)
•
AC/DC brushed motors (due to commutation)
•
DC link connections (even when screened/armored)
•
Relays and contactors (even when suppressed)
Emissions from individual components tend to be additive. To reduce the emissions:
•
The equipment must be mounted in a metal cubicle. Refer to EMC Compliance Table on page C-6.
•
The cubicle should be as free of openings as is practical. Vent systems suitable for EMC applications are available from cubicle
vendors and should be used.
Radiated magnetic and electric fields inside the cubicle will be high and any components fitted inside must be sufficiently immune.
•
All cable entry and exits (power, control, and communication) should use screened cable
•
Earth screen at both ends connecting to the motor frame and cubicle.
•
Use of screened/armored cable between VSD/cubicle and motor containing the motor protective earth (PE) connection is most
important. If shielded cable is not available, lay unshielded motor cables in a metal conduit which will act as a shield. The conduit
must be continuous with a direct electrical contact to the VSD and motor housing. If links are necessary, use braid with a
2
minimum cross sectional area of 10mm .
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Compliance
•
Use 360° screen terminations.
C-11
Figure C-1 360 Degree Screened Connection (Motor)
Some hazardous area installations may preclude direct earthing at both ends of the screen, in this case earth one end via a 1µF 50Vac capacitor,
and the other as normal.
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•
Keep unshielded cable as short as possible inside the cubicle.
•
Always maintain the integrity of the shield. If the cable is interrupted to insert contactors etc., re-connect the screen using the
shortest possible route. Some motor gland boxes and conduit glands are made of plastic, if this is the case, then braid must be
connected between the screen and the chassis. In addition at the motor end, ensure that the screen is electrically connected to
the motor frame since some terminal boxes are insulated from the frame by gasket/paint.
•
Keep the length of screen stripped-back as short as possible when making screen connections.
C-12
Compliance
CABLING REQUIREMENTS
Refer to “Recommended Wire Size” page C-26 for calculating wire sizes.
Cable Routing
signal/control cable (sensitive)
power
supply
cable
(clean)
fuse or suitable
circuit breaker
(RCD not
recommended)
(noisy)
line
choke
(noisy)
external
ac
supply
EMC
filter
drive
EMC
motor
output
filter
motor
choke
motor
cable
motor
(noisy)
(noisy)
brake resistor
Figure C-2 Cabling Requirements
Cables are considered to be electrically sensitive, clean or noisy. You should already have planned your cable routes with respect to segregating
these cables for EMC compliance.
•
Use the shortest possible motor cable lengths.
•
When connecting multiple motors to a single VSD, use a star junction point for motor cable connections. Use a metal box with
entry and exit cable glands to maintain shield integrity.
•
Keep electrically noisy and sensitive cables apart.
•
Keep electrically noisy and sensitive parallel cable runs to a minimum. Separate parallel cable runs by at least 0.25 metres. For
runs longer than 10 meters, separation should be increased proportionally. For example if the parallel runs were 50m, then the
separation would be (50/10) x 0.25m = 1.25m.
•
Sensitive cables should cross noisy cables at 90°.
•
Never run sensitive cables close or parallel to the motor, dc link and braking chopper circuit for any distance.
•
Never run supply, dc link or motor cables in the same bundle as the signal/control and feedback cables, even if they are
screened.
Ensure EMC filter input and output cables are separately routed and do not couple across the filter.
•
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Increasing Motor Cable Length
Compliance
C-13
Because cable capacitance and hence conducted emissions increase with motor cable length, conformance to EMC limits is only guaranteed
with the specified AC supply filter option up to a maximum cable length as specified in the Cabling Requirements for EMC Compliance C-15.
This maximum cable length can be improved using the specified external input or output filters.
Screened/armored cable has significant capacitance between the conductors and screen, which increases linearly with cable length (typically
200pF/m but varies with cable type and current rating).
Long cable lengths may have the following undesirable effects:
•
Tripping on ‘overcurrent’ as the cable capacitance is charged and discharged at the switching frequency.
•
Producing increased conducted emissions that degrade the performance of the EMC filter due to saturation.
•
Causing RCDs (Residual Current Devices) to trip due to increased high frequency earth current.
•
Producing increased heating inside the EMC ac supply filter from the increased conducted emissions.
•
These effects can be overcome by adding chokes or output filters at the output of the VSD.
WARNING
Ensure that all wiring is electrically isolated and cannot be made “live” unintentionally by other personnel.
The drive is suitable for use with IT and TN supplies when fitted with an internal ac supply EMC filter. When used on a IT supply the
filter efficiency is reduced resulting in only achieving Category C2 limits.
EMC Motor Output Filter
This can help the drive achieve EMC and filter thermal requirements. It also ensures longer motor life by reducing the high voltage slew rate and
overvoltage stresses. Mount the filter as close to the VSD as possible.
Output Contactors
Output contactors can be used, although we recommend that this type of operation is limited to emergency use only, or in a system where the
drive can be inhibited before closing or opening this contactor.
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C-14
Compliance
EMC Filter Kit
Frame
EMC Filtering Accessory Kit Numbers
Frame D
LA501935U001
Frame E
LA501935U002
Frame F
LA501935U003
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External AC Supply EMC Filter
C-15
WARNING
External filters are available for use with TN and IT supplies. When used on a IT supply the filter performance reduces from category C1
to Category C2. Please check for suitability on following page for External AC Supply (RFI) Filters.
Do not touch filter terminals or cabling for at least 3 minutes after removing the ac supply.
Mount the filter as close as possible to the drive.
External Filters for (Frame D, E & F)
They are suitable for wall or cubicle mount, but the filter must be fitted with the appropriate gland box when wall mounted.
Filter Description
Filter Part Number
Terminal Block
Earth Terminal
Dimensions
Fixing Centres
Weight
CO501894
10mm
2
M6 Stud
272 x 74 x 161mm
258 x 60mm
2.7kg
CO501895
50mm
2
M8 Stud
312 x 93 x 190mm
298 x 79mm
3.7kg
Frame D & E
500V IT/TN
Frame F
500V IT/TN
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C-16
Compliance
Frame D & E Filter Dimensions
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Frame F Filter Dimensions
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Compliance
C-17
C-18
Compliance
INTERNAL FILTER DISCONNECTION
Disconnection of the EMC filter invalidates the CE EMC Declaration, the product becomes a component for incorporation and the
conformity of the complete equipment or installation becomes the responsibility of the installer.
Frame D:
To access the filter disconnect the top and bottom covers, as these need to be removed, then the VCM module, refer to Chapter 4 for removal
information. Remove the highlighted screws shown below.
After removing top and bottom covers
unscrew and remove the VCM module.
After removing the VCM Module
unscrew the two highlighted screws to
disconnect the EMC filter
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C-19
Frame E:
To access the filter disconnect the top and bottom covers, as these need to be removed, refer to Chapter 4 for removal information. Remove the
highlighted screws shown below.
The screw should only be removed once the supply has been disconnected and the residual energy has been
discharged.
The product should never be powered or operated without the covers, the EMC filter disconnect will become
live once the screw is removed.
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C-20
Compliance
Frame F:
To access the filter disconnect the top and bottom covers, as these need to be removed, refer to Chapter 4 for removal information. Remove the
highlighted screws shown below.
The screw should only be removed once the supply has been disconnected and the residual energy has been
discharged.
The product should never be powered or operated without the covers, the EMC filter disconnect will become
live once the screw is removed.
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Harmonic Information
Supply Harmonic Analysis (Frame D - Normal Duty)
h= 2
Assumptions: Rsce = 120 at 400V where Q1n is the rated rms value of the fundamental voltage of the supply
transformer. The results conform to 61000-3-2:2006+A2:2009.
Fundamental Voltage (V)
Drive Type
Motor Power
1.1
(kW)
Typical Motor
Efficiency %
Harmonic No.
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
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C-21
THD(V) x 100 =
∑ Q h2
h = 40
Q 1n
%
400
Three Phase
1.5
2.2
3.0
4.0
5.5
1.1
1.5
2.2
3.0
4.0
5.5
83
83
83
83
83
83
83
83
83
83
83
83
1.943
0.000
1.479
1.106
0.000
0.406
0.204
0.000
0.153
0.126
0.000
0.065
2.653
0.000
2.037
1.537
0.000
0.584
0.291
0.000
0.205
0.176
0.000
0.088
7.078
0.001
2.852
1.673
0.000
0.594
0.445
0.000
0.345
0.257
0.000
0.236
9.694
0.001
3.313
1.745
0.000
0.814
0.558
0.000
0.472
0.349
0.000
0.32
0.064
0.000
0.047
0.037
0.000
0.034
0.030
0.000
0.000
0.085
0.000
0.067
0.051
0.000
0.046
0.042
0.000
0.000
0.184
0.000
0.175
0.142
0.000
0.135
0.114
0.000
0.000
0.253
0.000
0.233
0.193
0.000
0.176
0.151
0.000
0.000
2.73
3.75
4.92
6.19
7.87
10.47
1.76
1.79
1.32
0.59
0.67
0.81
RMS Current (A)
3.946
5.335
0.000
0.001
2.376
2.573
1.636
1.646
0.000
0.000
0.327
0.446
0.354
0.386
0.000
0.000
0.190
0.259
0.167
0.203
0.000
0.000
0.130
0.178
Harmonic No.
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39
40
Total RMS
Current (A)
THD (V) %
RMS Current (A)
0.107
0.140
0.000
0.000
0.097
0.132
0.079
0.107
0.000
0.000
0.076
0.103
0.063
0.086
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
C-22
Compliance
Supply Harmonic Analysis (Frame E - Normal Duty)
h= 2
Assumptions: Rsce = 120 at 400V where Q1n is the rated rms value of the fundamental voltage of the supply
transformer. The results conform to 61000-3-12:2011.
Fundamental Voltage (V)
Drive Type
Motor Power
(kW)
Typical Motor
Efficiency %
Harmonic No.
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
THD(V) x 100 =
∑ Q h2
h = 40
Q 1n
400
Three Phase
7.5
11
7.5
11
83
86
83
86
RMS Current (A)
12.801
0.002
5.284
3.010
0.000
1.065
0.769
0.000
0.604
0.433
0.000
0.406
18.703
0.002
6.467
3.425
0.000
1.571
1.078
0.000
0.909
0.669
0.000
0.616
Harmonic No.
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39
40
Total RMS
Current (A)
THD (V) %
RMS Current (A)
0.306
0.000
0.295
0.234
0.000
0.224
0.185
0.000
0.000
0.484
0.000
0.448
0.370
0.000
0.338
0.290
0.000
0.000
14.27
20.24
0.88
0.81
AC30 Versatile Drive
%
Compliance
C-23
Supply Harmonic Analysis (Frame F - Normal Duty)
h= 2
Assumptions: Rsce = 120 at 400V where Q1n is the rated rms value of the fundamental voltage of the supply
transformer. The results conform to 61000-3-12:2011.
Fundamental Voltage (V)
Drive Type
Motor Power
(kW)
Typical Motor
Efficiency %
Harmonic No.
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
AC30 Versatile Drive
THD(V) x 100 =
∑ Q h2
h = 40
Q 1n
400
Three Phase
15
18.5
15
18.5
86
86
86
86
RMS Current (A)
25.833
0.006
9.512
5.147
0.001
2.177
1.494
0.001
1.244
0.896
0.000
0.838
30.954
0.005
10.517
5.527
0.000
2.618
1.781
0.000
1.513
1.110
0.000
1.024
Harmonic No.
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39
40
Total RMS
Current (A)
THD (V) %
RMS Current (A)
0.644
0.000
0.608
0.493
0.000
0.459
0.388
0.000
0.000
0.803
0.000
0.743
0.613
0.000
0.560
0.480
0.000
0.000
28.21
33.41
0.85
0.82
%
C-24
Compliance
Requirements for North American and Canadian Compliance
NORTH AMERICAN COMPLIANCE
This product is certified under the US governments Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OHSA), Nationally Recognised Testing
Laboratory (NRTL) program. An NRTL is a private third party organisation accredited by OSHA to test and certify products to national standards
for compliance with North American requirements.
This product has been approved by Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL) and Intertek Testing and Inspection Services (Intertek ETL) to American
Standard UL508C, Standard for Safety, Power Conversion Equipment.
AC30 Versatile Drive
Compliance
C-25
CANADIAN COMPLIANCE
This product has been approved by Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL) and Intertek Testing and Inspection Services (Intertek ETL) to Canadian
Standard CSA 22.2 No. 14, Standard for Industrial Control Equipment.
NORTH AMERICAN AND CANADIAN COMPLIANCE INFORMATION
Motor Base Frequency
PMAC and Induction motor modes are identical.
Drive Switching Frequency
(kHz)
4
8
12
16
Maximum Output Frequency
(Hz)
500
1000
1500
1500
Drive Protection
Branch Circuit Protection
It is recommended that UL Listed non-renewable cartridge fuses (JDDZ) or UL Listed renewable cartridge fuses (JDRX) are installed upstream of
the drive. Refer to Appendix F: “Technical Specifications” - Power Details for recommended fuse ratings.
Solid-State Motor Overload Protection
This product provides Class 10 motor overload protection. The maximum internal overload protection level (current limit) is 180% for 3 seconds,
in addition Heavy Duty mode is 150% for 60 seconds and Normal Duty mode is 110% for 60s in. Refer to Appendix D Programming – Current
Limit for user current limit adjustment information.
An external motor overload protective device must be provided by the installer where the motor has a full-load Ampere rating of less than 50% of
S
the drive output rating or when the Disable Stall trip ( STLL) is set to True (1); or when the Stall time parameter is increased above 480 seconds
(refer to Appendix D Programming : Stall Trip).
Motor over temperature sensing is not provided by the product unless the external temperature sensor is connected to the motor thermistor input
on the GPIO option. When the GPIO option is not fitted an external motor over temperature device is required.
AC30 Versatile Drive
C-26
Compliance
Solid-State Short-Circuit Protection
These devices are provided with integral Solid-State Short-Circuit (output) Protection. Branch circuit protection must be provided in accordance
with the latest edition of the National Electrical Code NEC/NFPA-70.
The following drives are suitable for use on a circuit capable of delivering not more than:
Frame D: 5,000 RMS Symmetrical Amperes, 480V maximum
Frame E: 5,000 RMS Symmetrical Amperes, 480V maximum
Frame F: 5,000 RMS Symmetrical Amperes, 480V maximum
Field Wiring Temperature Rating
Use minimum 75°C Copper conductors.
Listed Accessories / Options
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Control Module (AC30 Series)
Graphical Key pad (GKP)
Profibus DP-V1
PROFINET IO
Modbus RTU
DeviceNet
CANopen
EtherNet IP
General Purpose I/O (GPIO) x 3
Earth bracket kit for C2 filtering
Recommended Wire Sizes
North American wire sizes (AWG) are based on NEC/NFPA-70 for ampacities of thermoplastic-insulated (75ºC) copper conductors.
AC30 Versatile Drive
Compliance
The wire sizes allow for an ampacity of 125% of the rated input and output amperes for motor branch-circuit conductors as specified in
NEC/NFPA-70.
C-27
FRAME D Terminal acceptance range: 30-10 AWG
NORMAL
DUTY
HEAVY
DUTY
Model Number
Power Input AWG
31V-4D0004-..
31V-4D0005-..
31V-4D0006-..
31V-4D0008-..
31V-4D0010-..
31V-4D0012-..
31V-4D0004-..
31V-4D0005-..
31V-4D0006-..
31V-4D0008-..
31V-4D0010-..
31V-4D0012-..
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
Power Output AWG
400V Build Variant: 460/480V ±10%
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
Brake Output / DC AWG
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
FRAME E Terminal acceptance range: 30-10 AWG
NORMAL
DUTY
HEAVY
DUTY
Model Number
Power Input AWG
31V-4E0016-..
31V-4E0023-..
31V-4E0016-..
31V-4E0023-..
12
10
14
12
Power Output AWG
400V Build Variant: 460/480V ±10%
12
10
14
12
Brake Output / DC AWG
14
14
14
14
FRAME F Terminal acceptance range: 18-6 AWG
NORMAL
DUTY
HEAVY
DUTY
AC30 Versatile Drive
Model Number
Power Input AWG
Power Output AWG
400V Build Variant: 460/480V ±10%
Brake Output / DC AWG
31V-4F0032-..
8
8
12
31V-4F0038-..
8
8
10
31V-4F0032-..
10
10
12
31V-4F0038-..
8
8
10
C-28
Compliance
Environmental
RESTRICTION, EVALUATION, AUTHORISATION AND RESTRICTION OF CHEMICALS (REACH)
The Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 18 December 2006 concerning the Registration, Evaluation,
Authorization, and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH) entered into force on June 1, 2007. Parker agrees with the purpose of REACH which is to
ensure a high level of protection of human health and the environment. Parker is compliant with all applicable requirements of REACH.
The registration requirements do not apply to Parker since it is neither a manufacturer nor an importer of preparations into Europe.
However, product (article) manufacturers or importers into Europe are obligated under Article 33 of REACH to inform recipients of any articles
that contain chemicals on the Substances of Very High Concern (SVHC) candidate list above a 0.1% concentration (by weight per article). As of
th
19 December 2011 VSD products manufactured and marketed by Parker do not contain substances on the REACH SVHC candidate list in
concentrations greater than 0.1% by weight per article. Parker will continue to monitor the developments of the REACH legislation and will
communicate with our customers according to the requirement above.
WARNING
RESTRICTION OF HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES (ROHS)
This product is in full compliance with RoHS Directive 2011/65/EU, with respect to the following substances:
1) Lead (Pb),
2) Mercury (Hg),
3) Cadmium (Cd),
4) Hexavalent chromium (Cr (VI)),
5) Polybrominated biphenyls (PBB),
6) Polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDE).
WARNING
AC30 Versatile Drive
Compliance
C-29
WASTE ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT (WEEE)
WARNING
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment - must not be disposed of with domestic waste.
It must be separately collected according to local legislation and applicable laws.
WARNING
Parker Hannifin Company, together with local distributors and in accordance with EU directive 2002/96/EC, undertakes to withdraw and dispose
of its products, fully respecting environmental considerations.
For more information about how to recycle your Parker supplied waste equipment, please contact your local Parker Service Centre.
Packaging
During transport our products are protected by suitable packaging. This is entirely environmentally compatible and should be taken for central
disposal as secondary raw material.
AC30 Versatile Drive
C-30
Compliance
AC31 FRAME D, E AND F VERSATILE DRIVES
MANUFACTURERS EC DECLARATIONS OF CONFORMITY
Date CE marked first applied: 01/10/12
EMC Directive
Low Voltage Directive
In accordance with the EC Directive
2004/108/EC
We Parker Hannifin Manufacturing Limited,
address as below, declare under our sole
responsibility that the above Electronic Products
when installed and operated with reference to the
instructions in the Product Manual (provided with
each piece of equipment) is in accordance with
the relevant clauses from the following
standards:EN 61800-3 (2004)
In accordance with the EC Directive
2006/95/EC
We Parker Hannifin Manufacturing Limited,
address as below, declare under our sole
responsibility that the above Electronic
Products when installed and operated with
reference to the instructions in the Product
Manual (provided with each piece of
equipment), is in accordance with the
following standard :EN 61800-5-1 (2007)
Note: Filtered versions
Machinery Directive
In accordance with the EC Directive
2006/42/EC
We Parker Hannifin Manufacturing Limited,
address as below, declare under our sole
responsibility that the above Electronic
Products when installed and operated with
reference to the instructions in the Product
Manual (provided with each piece of
equipment), is in accordance with the
following standards :EN 61800-5-2 (2007)
Safe Torque Off (STO)
EN ISO 13849-1 (2008) PLe/SIL3
MANUFACTURERS DECLARATIONS OF CONFORMITY
EMC DECLARATION
We Parker Hannifin Manufacturing Limited, address as below, declare
under our sole responsibility that the above Electronic Products when
installed and operated with reference to the instructions in the Product
Manual (provided with each piece of equipment) is in accordance with the
relevant clauses from the following standards:BSEN61800-3 (2004)
Notes:
i.
ii.
Non-filtered versions
This is provided to aid justification for EMC Compliance when the unit is used as a component.
Low Voltage and M ACHINERY DIRECTIVES
The above Electronic Products are components to be incorporated into
machinery and may not be operated alone.
The complete machinery or installation using this equipment may only be
put into service when all safety considerations of the Directive
2006/42/EC are fully implemented.
Particular reference should be made to EN60204-1
(Safety of Machinery - Electrical Equipment of Machines).
All instructions, warnings and safety information of the Product Manual
must be implemented.
Dr Martin Payn (Division
Quality Assurance & Compliance Manager)
Parker Hannifin Manufacturing Limited, Automation Group, SSD Drives Europe,
NEW COURTWICK LANE, LITTLEHAMPTON, WEST SUSSEX BN17 7RZ
TELEPHONE: +44 (0) 1903 737000, FAX: +44 (0) 1903 737100
Registered Number 4806503 England. Registered Office: 55 Maylands Avenue, Hemel Hempstead, Herts HP2 4SJ
AC30 Versatile Drive
Compliance
C-31
AC31 FRAME D, E AND F VERSATILE DRIVES
MANUFACTURERS EC DECLARATIONS OF CONFORMITY
Date CE marked first applied: 01/10/12
Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS)
We Parker Hannifin Manufacturing Limited, address as below, declare under our sole responsibility that the above Electronic Products
comply with the RoHS substance restrictions in EC Directive 2011/65/EU.
Products are produced in accordance with the relevant clauses of the harmonized standard EN50581:2012
“Technical documentation for the evaluation of electrical and electronic products with respect to restriction of hazardous substances”.
Dr Martin Payn (Division
Quality Assurance & Compliance Manager)
Parker Hannifin Manufacturing Limited, Automation Group, SSD Drives Europe,
NEW COURTWICK LANE, LITTLEHAMPTON, WEST SUSSEX BN17 7RZ
TELEPHONE: +44 (0) 1903 737000, FAX: +44 (0) 1903 737100
Registered Number 4806503 England. Registered Office: 55 +Maylands Avenue, Hemel Hempstead, Herts HP2 4SJ
AC30 Versatile Drive
C-32
Compliance
AC30 Versatile Drive
Appendix D:
Parameter Reference
Parameter Reference
D-1
Parameter Descriptions
The parameter descriptions in this section are arranged alphabetically; however, they are also listed below by Category. Expert view level must
be selected to see all the parameters listed under the All Parameters menu.
Page
Page
Page
Motor Control
Trips
Stimulus
D-92
Autotune
D-2
Torque Limit
D-93
Stall Trip
D-92
Braking
D-6
Voltage Control
D-97
Trip Inputs
D-94
Inputs And Outputs
Control Mode
D-10
Trips History
D-95
Cur Lim VHz
D-11
Configure
D-35
Trips Status
D-96
Trace
Current Limit
D-12
Values
D-37
Option IO
Current Loop
D-13
Fast Trace Config
D-20
Energy Meter
D-16
General Purpose IO
D-30
Fast Trace Status
D-21
Keypad
Feedbacks
D-21
IO Option Common
D-36
Base Comms
Fluxing VHz
D-24
Graphical Keypad
D-31
Flycatching
D-28
Ethernet
D-18
Local Control
D-39
Application
IM Flux
D-32
Modbus
D-41
Induction Motor Data
D-33
Web Server
D-98
Macro
D-39
Option Comms
Inj Braking
D-34
Skip Frequencies
D-78
Motor Load
D-44
BACnet IP
D-4
Minimum Speed
D-40
Motor Nameplate
D-47
CANopen
D-7
Preset Speeds
D-63
Pattern Generator
D-49
Comms
D-8
Raise Lower
D-67
PMAC Flycatching
D-52
ControlNet
D-11
PID
D-50
Device Manager
PMAC Motor Data
D-53
DeviceNet
D-14
PMAC SVC
D-55
EtherCAT
D-17
Device Commands
D-13
Ramp
D-69
EtherNet IP
D-19
Device State
D-14
Scale Setpoint
D-74
Event
D-20
Drive info
D-14
Sequencing
D-75
Modbus RTU
D-42
SD Card
D-74
Slew Rate
D-81
Modbus TCP
D-43
Setup Assistant
D-77
Slip Compensation
D-82
Option Ethernet
D-48
Tasks
D-93
Spd Direct Input
D-83
Profibus
D-63
Spd Loop Diagnosis
D-84
Read Process
D-73
Spd Loop Settings
D-85
Write Process
D-99
Stabilisation
D-88
Profinet IO
D-66
Stack Inv Time
D-90
For details about parameter limits and other attributes refer to the Parameter Table at the end of this appendix. The Parameter Number, (PNO),
provided next to each parameter description may be used to quickly find an entry in the Parameter Table at the end of this Appendix by clicking
on the link.
AC30 Versatile Drive
D-2
Parameter Reference
Autotune
Advanced Setup::Motor::Autotune
Parameters::Motor Control::Autotune
The autotune is an automatic test sequence performed by the Drive to identify motor model parameters. The motor model is used by the Vector
control modes. You MUST perform an autotune before operating the Drive in either of the Vector control modes.
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
0255
Autotune Enable
Puts the autotune module into a state where it will carry out the autotune when the drive is started.
0256
Autotune Mode
Selects whether the autotune is carried out on a rotating motor, or whether it just calculates from nameplate data (not the preferred
method).
Enumerated Value : Mode
0 : STATIONARY
determine motor parameters
1 : ROTATING
determine motor parameters
0257
Autotune Test Disable
Allows selected tests to be disabled (default all tests are carried out).
Each test can be individually disabled by setting to TRUE.
Enumerated Value : Test
0 : STATOR RES
1 : LEAKAGE IND
3 : MAG CURRENT
4 : ROTOR TIME CONST
Functional Description
IMPORTANT You MUST carry out an Autotune if you intend to use the drive in either of the two vector control modes. If you
are using it in Volts/Hz control an Autotune is not necessary.
Autotune can only be initiated from the “stopped” condition. When the test is complete, the stack is disabled and ENABLE is set to FALSE.
Note Refer to the Chapter 9: Setup Wizard for details on how to perform an Autotune.
AC30 Versatile Drive
Parameter Reference
D-3
Standard Autotune
The Standard Autotune feature only works for induction motors (not PMAC motors).
Parameter
MAG CURRENT
STATOR RES
LEAKAGE INDUC
MUTUAL INDUC
ROTOR TIME CONST
AC30 Versatile Drive
Description
Magnetising current
Per phase stator resistance
Per phase stator leakage inductance
Per phase mutual inductance
Rotor time constant
Note
Not measured by Stationary Autotune
This will be identified while the motor is spinning, while
measuring the magnestising current. If stationary autotune is
selected, it will be identified from magnetising current and
motor nameplate rpm
♦
The Stationary autotune sequence does not rotate the motor and requires the correct value of MAG CURRENT to be entered.
♦
The Rotating autotune sequence rotates the motor up to the user-programmed MAX SPEED (Scale Setpoint function) in order to
identify these parameters.
D-4
Parameter Reference
BACnet IP
Advanced Setup::Communications::Option:: BACnet IP
Parameters::Option Comms::Comms:: BACnet IP
Refer to BACnet IP Technical Manual HA501939U001
AC30 Versatile Drive
Parameter Reference
BACnet MSTP
Advanced Setup::Communications::Option:: BACnet MSTP
Parameters::Option Comms::Comms:: BACnet MSTP
Refer to BACnet MSTP Technical Manual HA501940U001
AC30 Versatile Drive
D-5
D-6
Parameter Reference
Braking
Parameters::Motor Control::Braking
The braking function controls the rate at which energy from a regenerating motor is dumped into a resistive load. This dumping prevents the dc
link voltage reaching levels which would cause an Overvoltage trip.
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
0249
Braking Enable
Enables operation of the dynamic braking feature.
0251
Brake Resistance
The value of the dynamic braking load resistance.
0252
Brake Rated Power
The power that the load resistance may continually dissipate.
0253
Brake Overrating
Multiplier that may be applied to Brake Power for power overloads lasting no more than 1 second.
0254
Braking Active
A read-only parameter indicating the state of the brake switch.
Functional Description
When enabled, the Braking feature monitors the internal dc link voltage every milli-second and sets the state of the brake switch accordingly.
The Braking feature provides a control signal that is used by the Slew Rate limit feature. This causes the setpoint to be temporarily frozen
whenever the brake is operating because the dc link voltage exceeds the internal comparison level. This allows the stop rate to be automatically
tuned to the characteristics of the load, motor, Drive and brake resistor.
The Braking feature operates even when the motor output is not enabled. This allows the function to continually monitor the energy dumped into
the braking resistor, and the energy dissipated across the brake switch. With this information the Drive is able to deduce the loading on the brake
resistor. Optional trips may be enabled should the switch or resistor be loaded beyond its capabilities.
The "Brake Resistor" and "Brake Switch" trips are disabled by default. To enable these trips, refer to Trips Status page D-96. When using
braking, the brake resistor information must be entered and these two trips enabled.
AC30 Versatile Drive
Parameter Reference
CANopen
Parameters::Option Comms::CANopen
Refer to CANopen Technical Manual HA501841U001
AC30 Versatile Drive
D-7
D-8
Parameter Reference
CC Link
Parameters::Option Comms::Comms::CC Link
AdvancesSetup::Communications::Option:CC Link
Refer to CC Link Technical Manual HA501941U001
AC30 Versatile Drive
Parameter Reference
Comms
Parameters::Option Comms::Comms
AdvancesSetup::Communications:Option::Comms
Refer to any of the following Technical Manuals:
AC30 Versatile Drive
Product Code
Description
Part Number
7003-PB-00
Profibus DP-V1
HA501837U001
7003-PN-00
PROFINET IO
HA501838U001
7003-DN-00
DeviceNet
HA501840U001
7003-CN-00
ControlNet
HA501936U001
7003-CB-00
CANopen
HA501841U001
7003-IP-00
EtherNet IP
HA501842U001
7003-EC-00
EtherCAT
HA501938U001
7003-BP-00
BACnet IP
HA501939U001
7003-BN-00
BACnet MSTP
HA501940U001
7003-RS-00
Modbus RTU
HA501839U001
7003-IM-00
Modbus TCP
HA501937U001
7003-CC-00
CC-LINK
HA501941U001
D-9
D-10
Parameter Reference
Control Mode
Advanced Setup::Motor::Control & Type::ControlMode
Parameters::Motor Control::Control Mode::Control Mode
The control mode block provides the means for selecting the type of motor and the desired method of controlling the motor.
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
0511
Motor Type
Motor type selection parameter
Allows the user to select the type of motor.
0512
Enumerated Value : Motor Type
0 : INDUCTION MOTOR
1 : PMAC (PERMANENT MAGNET) MOTOR
Control Strategy
Select control strategy selection parameter.
Allows the user to select the method of controlling the motor.
Enumerated Value : Motor Type
0 : VOLTS HERTZ CONTROL
1 : VECTOR CONTROL
Functional Description
The motor selection is the first step in setting the control mode.
The selection of control strategy comes next, with the permitted settings as follows:
-
Induction motors can be run in either volts hertz mode or vector mode
-
Permanent magnet motors can only be run in vector control mode
AC30 Versatile Drive
Parameter Reference
ControlNet
Advanced Setup::Communications::Option::ControlNet
Parameters::Option Comms::Comms::ControlNet
Refer to ControlNet Technical Manual HA501936U001
AC30 Versatile Drive
D-11
D-12
Parameter Reference
Current Limit
Parameters::Motor Control::Current Limit
Designed for all Motor Control Modes
This function allows you to set the maximum level of motor rated current (as a % of the user-set Motor Current) which is allowed to flow before
current limit action occurs. If the measured motor current exceeds the current limit value with a motoring load, the motor speed is reduced to shed
the excess load. If the measured motor current exceeds the current limit value with a regenerating load, the motor speed is increased up to a
maximum of 100% Speed in RPM (Scale Setpoint)
The maximum value of current limit for a particular motor is limited by the AC30 current rating.
If a motor of larger rating than the AC30 is connected, then the current limit max value is limited by the AC30 current rating.
If a motor of lower rating than the AC30 is connected, then the current limit max value is limited to 300% (if compatible with the AC30 current
rating) for an IM motor and to the ratio ‘PMAC Max Current’ to ‘PMAC Rated Current’ for a PMAC motor.
% are always expressed as % of the user set Motor Current (rated current of PMAC or IM Motor).
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
0305
Current Limit
This parameter sets the level of motor current, as a % of Motor Current (refer to the relevant MOTOR definition (PMAC or IM
function) at which the Drive begins to take current limit action.
0307
Regen Limit Enable
This parameter enables or disables regenerative current limit action.
Note that this parameter only works in open-loop VOLTS / Hz motor control mode.
Functional Description
Internal limit : output of the Stack Inv Time
module + reduction as a function of electrical
low speed ( < 3Hz ) and as function of
heatsink temperature
Current limit
minimum
Current Limit Output
Internal limit
AC30 Versatile Drive
Parameter Reference
D-13
Device Commands
Update Firmware
Parameters::Device Manager::Device Commands
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
1002
Update Firmware
This parameter is only visible when an SD card with a firmware update file is inserted into the drive. Changing this parameter to
TRUE will start the firmware update procedure.
Following a firmware update it is advisable to re-run the Setup Wizard, D-77.
1001
Save All Parameters
When a parameter is modified via the GKP or via the built-in web page the parameter value is saved automatically. When a
parameter is modified via another source, (for example via the Modbus TCP/IP communications protocol), the value will not be saved
automatically. In this case a save may be instigated by changing this parameter from FALSE to TRUE.
AC30 Versatile Drive
D-14
Parameter Reference
DeviceNet
Advanced Setup::Communications::Option::DeviceNet
Parameters::Option Comms::Comms::DeviceNet
Refer to DeviceNet Technical Manual HA501840U001
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Parameter Reference
Drive info
Advanced Setup::Environment
Parameters::Device Manager::Drive info
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
0961
Drive Name
A string value that may be used to identify this drive in a system.
1100
Firmware Version
The version of the firmware running in the Control Module.
1109
Stack Pcode
The product code string that may be used to order an equivalent Power Stack.
1258
Stack Serial No
The serial number of the Power Control Card, (part of the Power Stack assembly).
1116
Control Module Pcode
The product code string that may be used to order an equivalent Control Module, excluding options.
977
Control Module Serial
The serial number of the Control Module.
1121
Comms Option Pcode
The product code string that may be used to order an equivalent Communications Option.
1129
Comms Option Serial
The serial number of the fitted Communications Option.
1125
IO Option Pcode
The product code string that may be used to order an equivalent IO Option.
1134
IO Option Serial No
The serial number of the fitted IO Option.
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D-15
D-16
Parameter Reference
Energy Meter
Advanced Monitor::Energy Meter
Parameters::Motor Control::Energy Meter
This feature measures the electrical energy used by the motor.
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
0380
Power kW
This diagnostic shows the power being delivered to the load in kilowatts.
0381
Power HP
This diagnostic shows the power being delivered to the load in horsepower.
0382
Reactive Power
This diagnostic shows the reactive power being delivered to the load in kilo volt-amperes reactive.
0383
Energy kWHr
This diagnostic shows the total energy consumed by the load in kilowatt hours.
0385
Power Factor
This diagnostic shows the power factor estimate (between 0 and 1).
0386
Power Factor Angle Est
This diagnostic shows the power factor angle estimate.
0389
Reset Energy Meter
When Reset Energy Meter is set to TRUE, the Energy kWHr parameter is reset to zero automatically when the maximum value is
reached.
When Reset Energy Meter is set to FALSE, the Energy kWHr parameter is held at the maximum value when the maximum value
has been reached
Changing this from FALSE to TRUE at anytime will cause the Energy kWHr parameter to be reset to zero.
AC30 Versatile Drive
Parameter Reference
EtherCAT
Advanced Monitor::Communications::Option::EtherCAT
Parameters::Option Comms::Comms::EtherCAT
Refer to EtherCAT Technical Manual HA501938U001
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D-17
D-18
Parameter Reference
Ethernet
Advanced Monitor::Communications::Option::Ethernet
Parameters::Option Comms::Comms::Ethernet
Refer to Chapter 12 Ethernet
AC30 Versatile Drive
Parameter Reference
EtherNet IP
Advanced Monitor::Communications::Option::Ethernet IP
Parameters::Option Comms::Comms::Ethernet IP
Refer to EtherNet IP Technical Manual HA501842U001
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D-19
D-20
Parameter Reference
Event
Advanced Monitor::Communications::Option::Event
Parameters::Option Comms::Event
Refer to any of the following Technical Manuals:
Product Code
Description
Part Number
7003-PB-00
Profibus DP-V1
HA501837U001
7003-PN-00
PROFINET IO
HA501838U001
7003-DN-00
DeviceNet
HA501840U001
7003-CN-00
ControlNet
HA501936U001
7003-CB-00
CANopen
HA501841U001
7003-IP-00
EtherNet IP
HA501842U001
7003-EC-00
EtherCAT
HA501938U001
7003-BP-00
BACnet IP
HA501939U001
7003-BN-00
BACnet MSTP
HA501940U001
7003-RS-00
Modbus RTU
HA501839U001
7003-IM-00
Modbus TCP
HA501937U001
7003-CC-00
CC-LINK
HA501941U001
AC30 Versatile Drive
Parameter Reference
D-21
Feedbacks
Commissioning::All Parameters::Motor Control::Feedbacks
The Feedbacks feature allows you to view speed feedback and motor current related diagnostics.
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
0390
Duty Selection
When selected, selects Heavy Duty allowing higher continuous ratings with less overload capability ( typically 150%, 60s). Quadratic
Torque operation is especially suited to fan or pump applications.
When not selected, selects Normal Duty duty ( typically 110%, 60s).
% are related to the Drive/stack ratings.
0392
DC Link Voltage
This shows the voltage across the dc link capacitors.
0393
Actual Speed RPM
This parameter changes according to the Control Mode:
0394
•
In Sensorless Vec mode the parameter shows the calculated mechanical speed of the motor shaft in revolutions per minute.
•
In Volts/Hz mode the parameter shows motor synchronous speed in rpm.
Actual Speed Hz
This parameter changes according to the Control Mode:
•
In Sensorless Vec mode the parameter shows the calculated mechanical speed of the motor shaft in revolutions per second.
•
0395
In Volts/Hz mode, the parameter shows the motor synchronous speed in revolutions per second.
Actual Speed Percent
This parameter changes according to the Control Mode:
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In Sensorless Vec mode the parameter shows the calculated mechanical speed of the motor shaft as a percentage of the
user maximum speed setting (Max Speed in the Reference function).
•
In Volts/Hz mode, the parameter shows the electrical drive output frequency as a percentage of the user maximum speed
setting (Max Speed in the Reference function).
D-22
Parameter Reference
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
0398
Iq
Current in the torque axis (Vector Control)
0399
Actual Torque
Calculated torque, based on the Iq current.
0400
Actual Field Current
Calculated field, based on the Id current.
0401
Motor Current Percent
This diagnostic shows the level of rms line current being drawn from the drive as a percentage of the rated current of the relevant
motor definition.
0402
Motor Current
This diagnostic shows the level of rms line current in Amps being drawn from the Drive.
0403
100% Stack Current Amps
This diagnostic indicates the stack rating in Amps. This reduces as a function of pwm switching frequency.
0404
Stack Current (%)
Stack current percentage.
0405
Motor Terminal Volts
Volts between motor phases in Vrms.
0406
Processor Temperature
Ambient temperature of Control Module.
0407
Heatsink Temperature
o
This diagnostic displays the power stack heatsink temperature in Centigrade.
0408
Electrical Rotor Speed
Electrical rotor speed in electrical Hz.
0409
Heatsink OT Trip
Heatsink Overtemp Trip Level.
0410
Heatsink OT Warning
Heatsink Overtemp Warning level.
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Parameter Reference
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
0411
Heatsink Hot Warning
Heatsink Hot Warning Level.
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D-23
D-24
Parameter Reference
Fluxing VHz
Parameters::Motor Control::Fluxing VHz
Designed for VOLTS/Hz motor Control Mode.
This function allows user parameterisation of the conventional (volts/hertz) fluxing strategy of the Drive. This is achieved though three flexible
Volts-to-frequency templates. Starting torque performance can also be tailored through the Fixed Boost, Accelrtn Boost and Auto Boost
parameters.
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
0422
VHz Shape
Type of volts to frequency template to flux the motor. The choices for this parameter are:
Enumerated Value : V/F Shape
This gives a constant flux characteristic up to the Base Frequency (see Motor Nameplate function).
This gives a quadratic flux characteristic up to the Base Frequency. This matches
the load requirement for fan and most pump applications
This gives a user defined flux characteristic up to the Base Frequency.
0 : LINEAR LAW
1 : FAN LAW
2 : USER DEFINED
CONSTANT
TORQUE
RANGE
OUTPUT VOLTS
100%
CONSTANT
POWER RANGE
(field weakening)
LINEAR
QUADRATIC LAW
V/F SHAPE
0447
fB
= BASE FREQUENCY
fB
FREQUENCY
Fixed Boost
This parameter allows for no-load stator resistance voltage drop compensation. This correctly fluxes the motor (under no-load
conditions) at low output frequencies, thereby increasing available motor torque. Fixed boost can be set in addition to auto boost and
acceleration boost.
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Parameter Reference
PNO
D-25
Parameter Descriptions
100%
V
BOOST = 10%
0
0448
f
BASE FREQUENCY
Auto Boost
This parameter allows for load dependent stator resistance voltage drop compensation. This correctly fluxes the motor (under load
conditions) at low output frequencies, thereby increasing available motor torque. Auto Boost can be set in addition to Fixed Boost.
The value of the Auto Boost parameter determines level of additional volts supplied to the motor for 100% load.
Setting the value of auto boost too high can cause the Drive to enter current limit. If this occurs, the Drive will be unable to ramp up in
speed. Reducing the value of auto boost will eliminate this problem.
0450
Acceleration Boost
Additional amount of fixed boost when the drive is accelerating.
0451
Energy Saving Enable
Enable/Disable energy saving mode to minimize energy consumption.
0423
VHz User Freq[11]
Array of user defined frequency for V/f control
0435
VHz User Volts[11]
Array of VHz User Volts for V/f control
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D-26
Parameter Reference
Functional Description
AUTO BOOST
BASE FREQUENCY
MEASURED
LOAD
V/F SHAPE
DRIVE
ENERGY SAVING
LINEAR LAW
FAN LAW
(x,y)
DEMANDED
VOLTS
ACCELERTN BOOST
BASE VOLTS
FIXED BOOST
V/F Shape
The function allows the user to parameterise the Drive’s conventional V/F motor fluxing scheme. Three V/F shapes are available, LINEAR LAW,
FAN LAW and USER DEFINED:
♦
Linear Law V/F shape should be used in applications requiring constant motor torque though out the speed range (e.g. machine tools or
hoists).
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Parameter Reference
D-27
♦
Fan Law V/F shape provides extra energy savings for fan or pump applications.
♦
User Defined V/F shape provides a method for the user to define any profile. 10 user definable (x,y) points are provided. Liner
interpolation is used between each point. The drive also assumes the following points - (0%,0%) and (100%,100%) - though these may
be overridden. For example, (USER FREQ 1 = 0%, USER VOLTAGE 1 = 5%) takes precedence over (0%, 0%).
For any of these V/F shapes the Base Frequency parameter (in the Motor Nameplate function) which is the value of Drive output frequency at
which maximum output volts is provided, can be set by the user.
Boost Parameters
♦
Correct no-load motor fluxing at low Drive output frequencies can be achieved by setting the Fixed Boost parameter.
♦
Correct motor fluxing under load conditions is achieved by setting the Auto Boost parameter. The motor is correctly fluxed when the
Actual Field Current diagnostic in the Feedbacks function reads 100.0% .
♦
Additional Fixed Boost can be applied during acceleration by setting the Accelertn Boost parameter. This can be useful for starting
heavy/high stiction loads.
Saving Energy
An Energy Saving mode is provided which, when enabled under low load conditions in the steady state, attempts to reduce the output voltage so
that minimum energy is used.
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D-28
Parameter Reference
Flycatching
Parameters::Motor Control::Flycatching
This feature performs a directional speed search. It allows the Drive to seamlessly catch a spinning motor before controlling the motor to the
desired setpoint. This is especially useful for large inertia fan loads, where drafts in building air ducts can cause a fan to `windmill’.
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
0310
VHz Flying Start Enable
Enable flycatching in V/Hz control mode when TRUE
0311
VC Flying Start Enable
Enable flycatching in Vector control mode when TRUE
0312
Flying Start Mode
Mode of operation - V/Hz control
0313
Search Mode
The type of speed search carried out by the flycatching sequence.
Enumerated Value : Search Mode
0 : BIDIRECTIONAL
1 : UNIDIRECTIONAL
0314
Search Volts
The percentage level of the search volts applied to the motor during the speed search phase of the flycatching sequence. Increasing
this parameter improves the accuracy of the discovered motor speed but increases the braking influence of the speed search on the
rotating motor.
0315
Search Boost
The level of search boost applied to the motor during the speed search phase of the flycatching sequence.
0316
Search Time
The search rate during the speed search phase of the flycatching sequence. Performing the flycatching speed search too quickly can
cause the drive to inaccurately identify the motor speed. Refluxing at an inaccurate motor speed can cause the drive to trip on
overvoltage. If this occurs, increasing this parameter will reduce the risk of tripping.
0317
Min Search Speed
The lowest search speed before the speed search phase of the flycatching sequence is considered to have failed.
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Parameter Reference
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
0318
Flying Reflux Time
D-29
The rate of rise of volts from the search level to the working level after a successful speed search. Refluxing the motor too quickly can
cause the Drive to trip on either overvoltage or overcurrent. In either case, increasing this parameter will reduce the risk of tripping.
Functional Description
The flycatching function enables the drive to be restarted smoothly into a spinning motor. It applies small search voltages to the motor whilst
ramping the Drive frequency from maximum speed to zero. When the motor load goes from motoring to regenerating, the speed search has
succeeded and is terminated. If the search frequency falls below the minimum search speed, the speed search has failed and the Drive will ramp
to the speed setpoint from zero.
The flycatching sequence can be triggered by different starting conditions:
ALWAYS:
All starts (after controlled or uncontrolled stop, or after a power-up)
TRIP or POWER-UP: After uncontrolled stop, i.e. trip or coast, or after a power-up
TRIP:
After uncontrolled stop, i.e. trip or coast
The type of speed sequence may be Bi-directional or Unidirectional:
Bi-directional
Initially, the search is performed in the direction of the speed setpoint. If the drive fails to identify the motor speed in this direction, a second
speed search is performed in the reverse direction.
Unidirectional
The search is performed only in the direction of the speed setpoint.
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D-30
Parameter Reference
General Purpose IO
Advanced Monitor::Inputs and Outputs
Parameters::Option IO::General Purpose IO
The General Purpose IO parameters configure the use of the three IO Options, (D-36).
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
1181
Anin 11 Value
A percentage value in the range -100% to +100% corresponding to an input voltage in the range -10V to +10V.
1182
Anin 12 Value
A percentage value in the range -100% to +100% corresponding to an input voltage in the range -10V to +10V.
1183
Anin 13 Value
A percentage value in the range -100% to +100% corresponding to an input voltage in the range -10V to +10V.
1184
Thermistor Type
Defines the thermistor type. This is used when generating the MOTOR OVERTEMP trip.
1185
0
NTC, (Negative Temperature Co-efficient)
1
PTC, (Positive Temperature Co-efficient)
2
KTY
Thermistor Resistance
Defines the resistance corresponding to the MOTOR OVERTEMP trip level.
1187
RTC Trim
A trim value that may be used to speed up or slow down the Real Time Clock on the IO option. A positive trim value will cause the
RTC to run faster, an negative value causes the RTC to run slower. Refer to the AC30 General Purpose I/O Option manual for more
details.
Once programmed, the RTC trim affects the operation of the RTC both in battery backed up mode and normal running mode.
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Parameter Reference
D-31
Graphical Keypad
Advanced Setup::Environment
Parameters::Keypad::Graphical Keypad
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
1141
View Level
The view level may be used as a convenient method to hide menus and parameters not currently required. The view levels are:
982
0
Operator – only the “Control Screen”, “Favourites”, “Setup” and “Monitor” menus are visible.
1
Technician – the “Advanced Setup” and “Advanced Monitor” menus are visible in addition to the above
2
Engineer – the “Parameters” menu is visible in addition to the above.
Startup Page
On power-up the GKP briefly displays the drive name, rating and software version. After a short timeout the display automatically
changes to the menu defined here
0
Default
1
Control Screen
2
Favourites
3
Monitor
When Startup Page is set to “Default” the first menu will be:
983
•
The “Control Screen” menu if the drive is in local sequencing mode, otherwise
•
The “Favourites” menu if the Favourites menu is not empty, otherwise
•
The “Monitor” menu.
Display Timeout
When the GKP is idle, (no keys pressed), for a period longer than the Display Timeout, the display will automatically revert to the
menu defined in the Startup Page parameter.
Setting the Display Timeout to zero defeats this feature.
1142
GKP Password
Defines the password to be entered to allow modification to parameters using the GKP. This password does not affect access via the
web page. A value of 0000, (the default value), inhibits the password feature. Entering a value other than 0000 causes the GKP to
prompt for the password before proceeding to the parameter edit mode.
Once a password has been entered the GKP remains unlocked. To re-lock the password return to the top of the menu tree then
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D-32
Parameter Reference
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
press the Soft Key 1.
1097
Password in Favourite
When the GKP Password is active this parameter may be used to selectively defeat the password feature in the Favourites menu. By
default this parameter is FALSE, meaning that the password is ignored when modifying Favourites parameters.
1098
Password in Local
When the GKP Password is active this parameter may be used to selectively defeat the password feature in the Control Screen
menu. By default this parameter is FALSE, meaning that the password is ignored when modifying the Local Setpoint and other
related parameters.
1143
Version
Indicates the firmware version of the attached GKP.
1188
Favourites[20]
An array of tag numbers that defines the contents of the Favourites menu.
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Parameter Reference
D-33
Induction Motor Data
Advanced Setup::Motor::Induction Motor Data
Parameters::Motor Control::Induction Motor Data
Only available if IM MOTOR selected in Control Mode
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
0568
Magnetising Current
A fictional current in the induction motor, defined as rotor flux / magnetising inductance, usually given the title "imr".
0569
Rotor Time Constant
Induction Motor rotor time constant.
0570
Leakage Inductance
Induction motor leakage inductance. Displayed as star or delta equivalent value according to "Per Phase Parameters" setting.
0571
Stator Resistance
Induction motor stator resistance. Displayed as star or delta equivalent value according to "Per Phase Parameters" setting.
0572
Mutual Inductance
Induction motor mutual inductance. Displayed as star or delta equivalent value according to "Per Phase Parameters" setting.
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D-34
Parameter Reference
Inj Braking
Parameters::Motor Control::Inj Braking
Designed for VOLTS/Hz Motor Control Mode.
The injection braking feature provides a method of stopping spinning induction motors without returning the kinetic energy of the motor and load
back in to the dc link of the Drive. This is achieved by running the motor highly inefficiently so that all the energy stored in the load is dissipated in
the motor. Thus, high inertia loads can be stopped without the need for an external dynamic braking resistor.
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
0324
DC Inj Deflux Time
Motor defluxed duration before starting injection braking
0325
DC Inj Frequency
Max frequency applied to the motor
0326
DC Inj Current Limit
Motor current value
0327
DC Pulse Time
Duration of dc pulse for motor speed below 20% of base speed
0328
Final DC Pulse Time
Duration of the final dc holding pulse
0329
DC Current Level
Level of dc pulse applied
0330
DC Inj Timeout
Maximum time in the low frequency injection braking state
0331
DC Inj Base Volts
Maximum volts applied at base speed
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Parameter Reference
IO Configure
Advanced Setup::Inputs and Outputs
Parameters::Inputs And Outputs::IO Configure
These parameters are used to configure the input signal processing.
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
0001
Anin 01 Type
Analog input 1 is associated with terminal X11.1
The signal processing electronics for analog input 1 supports four input ranges:
0. -10..10V
1. 0..10V
2. 0..20MA
3. 4..20MA
Anin 02 Type
Analog input 2 is associated with terminal X11.2
The signal processing electronics for analog input 2 supports two input ranges:
0. -10..10V
1. 0..10V
0002
0003
Anout 01 Type
Analog output 1 is associated with terminal X11.3
The signal processing electronics for analog output 1 supports two output ranges:
0. -10..10V
1. 0..10V
0004
Anout 02 Type
Analog output 1 is associated with terminal X11.4
The signal processing electronics for analog output 2 supports three output ranges:
1. 0..10V
2. 0..20MA
3. 4..20MA
Functional Description
The values associated with each terminal are shown in the IO Values parameter (D-37).
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D-35
D-36
Parameter Reference
IO Option Common
Parameters::Option IO::IO Option Common
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
1178
IO Option Type
Defines the type of IO option required by the configuration.
0. NONE
1. GENERAL PURPOSE
2. THERMISTOR
3. RTC AND THERMISTOR
Actual IO Option
Indicates the type of IO option that is currently fitted
0. NONE
1. GENERAL PURPOSE
2. THERMISTOR
3. RTC AND THERMISTOR
IO Option Status
Indicates the status of the IO option
0. OK
1. OPTION NOT FITTED
2. TYPE MISMATCH
3. TYPE UNKNOWN
4. HARDWARE FAULT
1179
1180
Functional Description
This parameter is used to set and verify the IO Option configuration. If the status parameter is not OK then the drive will not enter the Operational
state.
OK
Status
OPTION NOT FITTED
TYPE MISMATCH
TYPE UNKNOWN
HARDWARE FAULT
Description
The configuration is valid. The status will always be OK if no IO option is required, even if one is fitted. Alternatively, if
the IO option fitted is working correctly and supports the required functionality then the status will be OK
For example, if the required type is THERMISTOR and the actual type is GENERAL PURPOSE then the status will be
OK as the General Purpose option supports the thermistor functionality.
An option was required and none was detected
The fitted option does not support the required features
The firmware in the drive does not recognise the fitted option
The fitted option is not working as expected.
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Parameter Reference
D-37
IO Values
Advanced Monitor::Inputs and Outputs
Parameters::Inputs and Outputs::IO Values
These parameters present the Input and Output values in a form suitable for processing by the application.
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
0005
Digin Value
Presents all the digital inputs to the drive as a 16-bit word. The bits within the word may be accessed individually, or the entire
word may be accessed as a group.
Bit
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
0022
Terminal
X13.2
X13.3
X13.4
X12.1
X12.2
X12.3
X12.4
X10
Comment
Common terminal with digital output 1
Common terminal with digital output 2
Common terminal with digital output 3
Common terminal with digital output 4
GPIO option
GPIO option
GPIO option
GPIO option
GPIO option
GPIO option
PNO for individual bit access
0006
0007
0008
0009
0010
0011
0012
0013
0014
0015
0016
0017
0018
0019
Digout Value
Presents all the digital outputs from the drive as a 16-bit word. The bits within the word may be accessed individually, or the
entire word may be accessed as a group.
Bit
0
1
2
3
4
5
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Signal name
Digital Input 01
Digital Input 02
Digital Input 03
Digital Input 04
Digital Input 05
Digital Input 06
Digital Input 07
STO Not Active
Digital Input 11
Digital Input 12
Digital Input 13
Digital Input 14
Digital Input 15
Digital Input 16
Signal Name
Digital Output 01
Digital Output 02
Digital Output 03
Digital Output 04
Relay 01
Relay 02
Terminal
X12.1
X12.2
X12.3
X12.4
X14.1&2
X14.3&4
Comment
Common terminal with digital input 4
Common terminal with digital input 5
Common terminal with digital input 6
Common terminal with digital input 7
PNO for individual bit access
0023
0024
0025
0026
0027
0028
D-38
Parameter Reference
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0039
Digital Output 11
Digital Output 12
Digital Output 13
Digital Output 14
Digital Output 15
Digital Output 16
Relay 11
Relay 12
GPIO option
GPIO option
GPIO option
GPIO option
GPIO option
GPIO option
GPIO option
GPIO option
0031
0032
0033
0034
0035
0036
0037
0038
Anin 1 Value
The value returned by the signal processing electronics. For unipolar ranges, (all except -10..10V), the value is expressed as a
percentage of the hardware range. For the -10..10V range the full range signal is expressed as -100% to +100%.
0040
Anin 1 Break
When the input range is set to 4..20mA a break is defined as an input signal less than 3mA. Otherwise this parameter is set to
FALSE.
0041
Anin 2 Value
The value returned by the signal processing electronics. For the 0..10V range the value is expressed as a percentage of the
hardware range, (0 to 100%). For the -10..10V range the full range signal is expressed as -100% to +100%.
0042
Anout 1 Value
The desired output value expressed as a percentage of the output range.
Range
0..10V
0..20MA
4..20MA
0043
Mapping
0% gives 0V, 100% gives 10V
0% gives 0mA, 100% gives 20mA
0% gives 4mA, 100% gives 20mA
Anout 2 Value
The desired output value expressed as a percentage of the output range.
Range
Mapping
-10..10V
-100% gives -10V, 100% gives 10V
0..10V
0% gives 0V, 100% gives 10V
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Parameter Reference
D-39
Local Control
Parameters::Keypad::Local Control
These parameters configure the use of the GKP keys for local start / stop control of the drive.
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
1140
Run Key Action
Defines the use of the green start key in local mode.
0. RUN
1. JOG
When RUN is selected, pressing the green Start key will start the drive using Local Reference as the active setpoint. To stop the drive
press the RED Stop key.
When JOG is selected, pressing the green Start key will start the drive running using the Jog Setpoint as the active setpoint. The
drive will stop when the key is released.
1253
Local/Rem Key Active
Enables the L/R soft key function. This is used to change between Local and Remote sequencing modes from the GKP.
1255
Local Dir Key Active
Enables the ability to change the direction from the GKP when running in local sequencing mode. When FALSE the direction will
always be positive.
1239
Local Run Key Active
Enables the green Start key function when in local sequencing mode. When FALSE the Start key is ignored, (for both RUN and JOG
modes).
1240
Local Direction
Used to change the direction the motor will rotate when in local sequencing mode.
0 Forwards
1 Reverse
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D-40
Parameter Reference
Minimum Speed
Advanced Setup::Application::Minimum Speed
Function availability depends on macro selected.
The minimum speed function is used to determine how the AC30 will follow a reference. There are two modes:
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
1906
Minimum Speed Value
Specifies the minimum output value.
1907
Minimum Speed Mode
There are two modes of operation:
Enumerated Value:
0 : PROP WITH MINIMUM
1 : LINEAR
Functional Description
output
There are two operating modes for the MINIMUM SPEED function:
PROP WITH MINIMUM (proportional with minimum)
In this mode the MINIMUM SPEED function behaves like a simple clamp. The Minimum Speed Value has the
valid range -100% to 100% and the output is always greater than or equal to the Minimum Speed Value.
100
input
Min
-100
0
LINEAR
In this mode the MINIMUM SPEED function first clamps the input to zero then rescales the input
such that the output goes linearly between minimum and 100% for an input that goes from 0 to
100%.
Note the constraints:min >= 0
input >= 0
max = 100%
100%
output
max = 300.00% – (2 x min)
100
Min
input
0
100%
200%
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Parameter Reference
Modbus
Advanced Setup::Communications::Base Modbus
Parameters::Base Comms::Modbus
Refer to Appendix A Modbus TCP
AC30 Versatile Drive
D-41
D-42
Parameter Reference
Modbus RTU
Advanced Monitor::Communications::Option
Parameters::Option Comms::Modbus RTU
Refer to Modbus RTU Technical Manual HA501839U001
AC30 Versatile Drive
Parameter Reference
Modbus TCP
Advanced Setup::Communications::Option
Parameters::Option Comms::Modbus TCP
Refer to Appendix A: Modbus TCP
AC30 Versatile Drive
D-43
D-44
Parameter Reference
Motor Load
Parameters::Motor Control::Motor Load
Motor Protection, function of the motor type.
For an IM, an IxT protection is used and provides a current reduction if the max overload level is reached.
The max overload level is calculated based on a 150% for 60s.
For a PMAC motor, the motor load is calculated using the rated motor current and the thermal time constant (2 parameters of the PMAC motor
st
module). The Thermal time constant is used as the contant time of a simple 1 order low pass filter.
% Are all related to rated motor current.
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
0332
100% Motor Current
Motor current in Amps rms corresponding to 100%
0333
Motor Inv Time Overl’d
Only available for IM motor
Overload % of the motor inverse time protection
0334
Motor Inv Time Delay
Only available for IM motor
Overload time of the motor inverse time protection from cold state
0335
Motor Inv Time Warning
Only available for IM motor
Output information. Becomes TRUE when the overload is 5% of the maximum value before reducing the current
0336
Motor Inv Time Active
Only available for IM motor
Output information. Becomes TRUE when overload reaches 100% of the overload limit
0337
Motor Inv Time Output %
Only available for IM motor
Actual output limit of the inverse time motor protection.
AC30 Versatile Drive
Parameter Reference
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
This value is compared to the Stack Inv Time current limit output to provide the internal limit to the current limit module.
0338
Motor I2T TC
Only available for PMAC motor
Time constant of the motor , define in the PMAC Motor Data module
0339
Actual Motor I2T Output
Only available for PMAC motor
Level of motor load in percent
0340
Motor I2T Active
Only available for PMAC motor
Level of motor load as reached 105%
0341
Motor I2T Warning
Only available for PMAC motor
Level of motor load as reached 95%
0342
Motor I2T Enable
Output information : Motor I2T protection is active, overload is higher than 105%
Functional Description
IM Motor
Current
Limit
Im magnitude^
Current Feedback In
Motor %
Motor current limit
150 %
105 %
IxT motor %
60s
I*
AC30 Versatile Drive
T Limit Profile
Time
D-45
D-46
Parameter Reference
PMAC motor
Motor load in %
Motor load estimation
Rms Current Feedback In
Motor %
Trip information
AC30 Versatile Drive
Parameter Reference
D-47
Motor Nameplate
Advanced Setup::Motor::Motor Nameplate
Parameters::Motor Control::Motor Nameplate
Only available id VHz control selected in Control Mode.
In this function you enter the details of the motor under control and any available motor nameplate information.
Refer to Induction Motor Data parameters which are determined by the Auto Tune features for example the Magnetising Current, Stator
Resistance, Leakage Inductance, Mutual Inductance and Rotor time Constant for model parameter.
The Motor Load parameters determines the allowed level of motor overload. This can be especially useful when operating with motors smaller
than the drive rating.
Note
Do not attempt to control motors whose rated current is less than 25% of the drive rated current. Poor motor control or Autotune
problems may occur if you do.
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
0455
Rated Motor Current
Rated motor current on the name plate
0456
Base Voltage
The rated motor voltage on the name plate
0457
Base Frequency
The base motor frequency on the name plate
0458
Motor Poles
Motor poles on the nameplate
0459
Nameplate Speed
Rated motor speed on the name plate
0460
Motor Power
Motor power rating
0461
Power Factor
Motor power factor on the name plate
AC30 Versatile Drive
D-48
Parameter Reference
Option Ethernet
Advanced Monitor::Communications::Option
Parameters::Option Comms::Option Ethernet
Refer to the following Technical Manuals:
Product Code
Description
Part Number
7003-PN-00
PROFINET IO
HA501838U001
7003-IP-00
EtherNet IP
HA501842U001
7003-BP-00
BACnet IP
HA501939U001
7003-IM-00
Modbus TCP
HA501937U001
AC30 Versatile Drive
Parameter Reference
D-49
Pattern Generator
Parameters::Motor Control::Pattern Generator
The pattern generator function allows you to configure the Drive PWM (Pulse Width Modulator) operation.
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
0412
Stack Frequency
This parameter selects the PWM switching frequency of the output power stack.
The higher the switching frequency, the lower the level of motor audible noise. However, this is only achieved at the expense of
increased drive losses and reduced stack current rating.
Max value is Control Mode dependant :
12 kHz for PMAC SVC
14kHz for IM SVC
16 kHz for V/Hz
0413
Random Pattern
This parameter selects between random pattern (quiet motor noise) or the more conventional fixed carrier PWM strategies. When
TRUE, random pattern is enabled.
0414
Deflux Delay
Sets the minimum allowed delay between disabling and then re-enabling PWM production (i.e. stopping and starting the drive).
Functional Description
The Drive provides a unique quiet pattern PWM strategy in order to reduce audible motor noise. The user is able to select between the quiet
pattern or the more conventional fixed carrier frequency method. With the quiet pattern strategy selected (RANDOM PATTERN enabled), audible
motor noise is reduced to a dull hiss.
In addition, the user is able to select the PWM carrier frequency. This is the main switching frequency of the power output stage of the Drive. A
high setting of carrier frequency (e.g. 6kHz) reduces audible motor noise but only at the expense of higher Drive losses and smooth motor
rotation at low output frequencies. A low setting of carrier frequency (e.g. 3kHz), reduces Drive losses but increases audible motor noise.
AC30 Versatile Drive
D-50
Parameter Reference
PID
Advanced Setup::Application::PID
Advanced Monitor::Application::PID*
This function allows the AC30 to be used in applications requiring a trim to the reference, depending on feedback from an external measurement
device. Typically this will be used for process control, i.e. pressure or flow.
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
Setpoint
This is connected to an Analog Input as part of the selected macro.
Feedback
This is connected to an Analog Input as part of the selected macro.
Enable
This is connected to a Digital Input as part of the selected macro. It globally resets the PID output and integral term when FALSE.
Enable must be TRUE for the PID to operate.
Integral Defeat
This may be connected to a Digital Input as part of the selected macro. It resets the p integral term when FALSE. Enable must be
TRUE for the PID to operate.
1926
Setpoint Negate
Changes the sign of the Setpoint input
1927
Feedback Negate
Changes the sign of the Negate input
1928
Proportional Gain
This is the true proportional gain of the PID controller. When set to zero the PID Output is zero.
1929
Integral TC
The integral time constant of the PID controller.
1930
Derivative TC
The derivative time constant of the PID controller.
AC30 Versatile Drive
Parameter Reference
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
1931
Output Filter TC
D-51
In order to help attenuate high frequency noise on the PID output, a first order output filter has been provided. This parameter
determines the output filter time constant.
1932
Output Pos Limit
The maximum positive excursion (limit) of the PID output.
1933
Output Neg Limit
The maximum negative excursion (limit) of the PID output.
1934
Output Scaling
The overall scaling factor which is applied after the positive and negative limit clamps
1935
PID Output*
PID output monitor
1936
PID Error*
PID error monitor. This is Setpoint – Feedback.
Functional Description
PID ERROR
SETPOINT NEGATE
sign change
P GAIN
I TIME CONST
D TIME CONST
OUTPUT POS LIMIT
+100.00%
X
Kp(1+sTi)(1+sTd)
sTi(1+sTf)
SETPOINT
-100.00%
ENABLE
FEEDBACK
INTEGRAL DEFEAT
sign change
FEEDBACK NEGATE
AC30 Versatile Drive
OUTPUT SCALING
OUTPUT NEG LIMIT
PID OUTPUT
D-52
Parameter Reference
PMAC Flycatching
Parameters::Motor Control::PMAC Flycatching
This block performs a directional speed search. It allows the Drive to seamlessly catch a spinning motor before controlling the motor to the
desired setpoint. This is especially useful for large inertia fan loads, where drafts in building air ducts can cause a fan to `windmill’.
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
0689
PMAC Flycatching Enable
Enable the flycatching for PMAC motor
0690
PMAC Fly Search Model
PMAC Flycatching sequence can be triggered by different starting conditions:
ALWAYS:
All starts (after controlled or uncontrolled stop, or after a power-up)
TRIP or POWER-UP: After uncontrolled stop, i.e. trip or coast, or after a power-up
TRIP:
After uncontrolled stop, i.e. trip or coast
0691
PMAC Fly Search Time
PMAC Fly Search Time to catch the right speed
0692
PMAC Fly Load Level
PMAC Fly Load Level during fly catching
0693
PMAC Fly Active
Diagnostic to show if the pmac fly catching is active or inactive
0694
PMAC Fly Setpoint
PMAC Fly Setpoint
Functional Description
The flycatching function enables the drive to be restarted smoothly into a spinning motor.
AC30 Versatile Drive
Parameter Reference
D-53
PMAC Motor Data
Advanced Setup::Motor::MotorData PMAC
Parameters::Motor Control::PMAC Motor Data
Only available if PMAC Motor selected in Control Mode.
The PMAC Motor Data contains the parameters needed to run and control of a PMAC motor. A PMAC motor is a Permanent Magnet AC Motor
with sinusoidal back EMF.
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
0555
PMAC Max Speed
Set the motor’s maximum speed (in rpm)
0556
PMAC Max Current
Set the motor’s maximum current ( Amps rms ).
0557
PMAC Rated Current
Set the motor’s rated current ( Amps rms ).
Refer to Motor Current Percent in the Feedbacks function. A value of 100% = PMAC rated Current.
0558
PMAC Rated Torque
Set the motor’s rated torque.
Refer to Actual Torque in the Feedbacks function. A value of 100% = PMAC Rated Torque.
0559
PMAC Motor Poles
Set the number of motor poles, e.g. for a 4 poles motor enter "4".
0560
PMAC Back Emf Const KE
Set the motor’s Back EMF line to line, rms value (Ke, Volts rms per 1000 rpm)
0561
PMAC Winding Resistance
Set the motor’s resistance, line to line at 25 °C. This parameter is used within the current loop.
0562
PMAC Winding Inductance
Set the motor’s inductance line to line at maximum current. This parameter is used within the current loop and is related to the
overall proportional gain.
0563
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PMAC Torque
D-54
Parameter Reference
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
Torque constant (Kt, Nm/A rms).
This parameter is used to compute the current demand given a torque demand :
Current demand = Torque demand / KT
In order to have correct feedbacks the following equation MUST be true:
PERM TORQUE = KT * PERM CURRENT
On a PMAC motor, the ratio between the BACK EMF and the KT is always around 60:
BACK EMF (Volts rms/1000rpm) ≈ 60 * KT (Npm/Arms)
0564
PMAC Motor Inertia
Rotor inertia of motor on the datasheet
0565
PMAC Thermal Time Const
Copper Thermal Time constant(s). If not known, set to 300s.
This parameter is used for the motor thermal protection : I2T motor function.
It represents the time needed to reach 63% of the rated load of the motor if 100% of the rated current is applied to the motor
( typical time constant of a first order low pass filter )
AC30 Versatile Drive
Parameter Reference
D-55
PMAC SVC
Parameters::Motor Control::PMAC SVC
Parameters related to the SVC Control mode of a PMAC Motor
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
0467
PMAC SVC Auto Values
Selection of pre-calculated values
When selected, do some pre-calculation of the following PMAC SVC parameters:
PMAC SVC LPF Speed Hz
PMAC SVC P Gain
PMAC SVC I Gain Hz
0468
PMAC SVC LPF Speed Hz
Set the Low Pass Filter frequency of the estimated speed.
0469
PMAC SVC P Gain
Set the Proportional gain of the PI corrector used for extracting speed and position.
0470
PMAC SVC I Gain Hz
Set the Integral frequency of the PI corrector used for extracting speed and position.
0476
PMAC SVC Open Loop Strt
This parameter is used to enable/disable a specific startup procedure when the motor/drive is switched ON (starting rotation). This is
mainly used where applications need to start the motor with a high inertia and/or friction load and the standard start is ineffective.
This parameter is also used to work in up – down motion, where we need to go down to zero speed or crossing the zero speed point.
Start the motor with a high friction load
The default value is FALSE and a standard start is considered appropriate for most applications, when we only need to run the motor
at a constant speed.
When set TRUE, the following procedure is applied each time the motor is switched on and before closing the speed loop, based on
the external speed setpoint.
The drive must be used in speed loop mode.
When the drive is switched ON, the system is placed in open loop control.
Step 1:
AC30 Versatile Drive
D-56
Parameter Reference
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
For a time equal to the ‘STARTUP TIME’ parameter, the current is ramped to the ‘CURRENT STARTUP’ value. The sign is
dependent upon the speed loop setpoint. A normal value is between 0.5 to 1s.
Step 2:
Once this turn is made, the position is ramped in such a way as to follow the speed setpoint generated, based on the configuration
(ramp, etc…), until the STARTUP SPEED value is reached. The speed loop is then closed.
The ramp value must be kept low to insure the motor follows the speed setpoint.
For a positive speed setpoint when the drive is switched ON :
AC30 Versatile Drive
Parameter Reference
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
Speed input (1)
Startup
time
(5)
Ramp (4)
Startup speed
Current setpoint (3)
Torque ON
Open Loop
Closed loop
(1) : User speed setpoint
(2) : Internal speed setpoint
(3) ; Internal current setpoint
(4) : ramps are generated based on ramp parameters
(5) : startup procedure : a current is smoothly installed into the motor
(6) : startup procedure : the motor is rotated for one electrical turn
For a negative speed setpoint when the drive is switched ON :
AC30 Versatile Drive
Startup
time
(6)
D-57
D-58
Parameter Reference
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
Speed input (1)
Speed setpoint (2)
Startup
time
(5)
Ramp (4)
Startup speed
Current setpoint (3)
Startup
time
(6)
Startup current
Torque ON
Open Loop
Closed loop
(1) : User speed setpoint
(2) : Internal speed setpoint
(3) ; Internal current setpoint
(4) : ramps are generated based on ramp parameters
(5) : startup procedure : a current is smoothly installed into the motor
(6) : startup procedure : the motor is rotated for one electrical turn
AC30 Versatile Drive
Parameter Reference
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
0477
PMAC SVC Start Time
D-59
This parameter is used in conjunction with the ENABLE STARTUP parameter. It selects the duration of Step 1 in the startup
procedure used for starting motors with a high inertia and/or friction load:
-
the time for the current ramping
The value is dependent upon the motor inertia + load inertia.
0478
PMAC SVC Start Cur
This parameter is used in conjunction with the ENABLE STARTUP parameter. It selects the current level during the startup procedure
used for starting motors with a high inertia and/or friction load.
The percentage value is a percentage of the nominal motor current (I0 of the PMAC MOTOR functions)
This value cannot be higher than 150% of the drive rating.
The default value of 10% is considered appropriate for most applications with light load, very low friction and low acceleration.
0479
PMAC SVC Start Speed
This parameter is used in conjunction with the ENABLE STARTUP parameter. It selects the speed setpoint at which the speed
control is switched from an open loop mode to a closed loop mode during the startup procedure used for starting motors with a high
inertia and/or friction load.
The percentage value is a percentage of the maximum application speed (MAX SPEED of the REFERENCE functions)
In open loop mode, the system is not controlled in speed mode. It must only be used to ‘start’ the motor under heavy conditions, or to
transitorily reach the zero speed or crossing the zero speed setpoint. It is not intended to be used to control accurately a motion.
Up and Down Motion - Positive speed
AC30 Versatile Drive
D-60
Parameter Reference
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
Speed input (1)
Speed setpoint (2)
Startup
time
(5)
Ramp (4)
Startup speed
0.75 * Startup speed
Current setpoint (3)
Startup current
Torque ON
Open Loop
Closed loop
(1) : User speed setpoint
(2) : Internal speed setpoint
(3) ; Internal current setpoint
(4) : ramps are generated based on ramp parameters
(5) : startup procedure : a current is smoothly installed into the motor
Negative Speed
AC30 Versatile Drive
Parameter Reference
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
Speed input (1)
Speed setpoint (2)
Startup
time
(5)
0.75 * Startup speed
Startup speed
Current setpoint (3)
Startup current
Torque ON
Open Loop
Closed loop
(1) : User speed setpoint
(2) : Internal speed setpoint
(3) ; Internal current setpoint
(4) : ramps are generated based on ramp parameters
(5) : startup procedure : a current is smoothly installed into the motor
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ramp (4)
D-61
D-62
Parameter Reference
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
Crossing zero speed
Speed input (1)
Speed setpoint (2)
Startup
time
(5)
Ramp (4)
Startup speed
0.75 * Startup speed
0.75 * Startup speed
Startup speed
Current setpoint (3)
Startup current
Startup current
Torque ON
Open Loop
Closed loop
(1) : User speed setpoint
(2) : Internal speed setpoint
(3) ; Internal current setpoint
(4) : ramps are generated based on ramp parameters
(5) : startup procedure : a current is smoothly installed into the motor
(6) : zero crossing for the speed input : the current must be inverted into the motor
AC30 Versatile Drive
Parameter Reference
Preset Speeds
Advanced Setup::Application::Preset Speeds
Advanced Monitor::Application::Preset Speeds*
This function is available when the Presets macro is selected.
The Presets function selects 1 of 8 values to be used as a reference.
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
1916
Preset Speed 0
Preset Speed Output when Selected Preset equals 0
1917
Preset Speed 1
Preset Speed Output when Selected Preset equals 1
1918
Preset Speed 2
Preset Speed Output when Selected Preset equals 2
1919
Preset Speed 3
Preset Speed Output when Selected Preset equals 3
1920
Preset Speed 4
Preset Speed Output when Selected Preset equals 4
1921
Preset Speed 5
Preset Speed Output when Selected Preset equals 5
1922
Preset Speed 6
Preset Speed Output when Selected Preset equals 6
1923
Preset Speed 7
Preset Speed Output when Selected Preset equals 7
1924
Selected Preset*
Monitor showing selected preset number
1925
Preset Speed Output*
Monitor showing selected preset value
AC30 Versatile Drive
D-63
D-64
Parameter Reference
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
Select 0
This is connected to a Digital Input as part of the selected macro. It provides bit 0 of the Selected Preset number.
Select 1
This is connected to a Digital Input as part of the selected macro. It provides bit 1 of the Selected Preset number.
Select 2
This is connected to a Digital Input as part of the selected macro. It provides bit 2 of the Selected Preset number.
Functional Description
Select 2
Select 1
Select 0
Selected Preset
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
Preset Speed 0
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
Preset Speed 1
Preset Speed 2
Preset Speed 3
Preset Speed 4
Preset Speed 5
Preset Speed 6
Preset Speed 7
AC30 Versatile Drive
Parameter Reference
Profibus DP-V1
Parameters::Option Comms::Profibus DP-V1
Refer to Profibus DP-V1 Technical Manual HA501837U001
AC30 Versatile Drive
D-65
D-66
Parameter Reference
PROFINET IO
Advanced Monitor::Communications::Option
Parameters::Option Comms::Profinet IO
Refer to Profinet IO Technical Manual HA501838U001
AC30 Versatile Drive
Parameter Reference
D-67
Raise Lower
Advanced Setup::Application::Raise Lower
Advanced Monitor::Application::Raise Lower*
Appears when the Raise/Lower macro is selected.
The Raise/Lower function acts as an internal motorised potentiometer (MOP) used as a reference source.
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
1901
Ramp Time
Rate of change of the Output. Defined as the time to change from 0.00% to 100.00% . Note that the raise and lower rates are always
the same.
1902
Reset Value
The value Output is set to when the Reset Input is TRUE.
1903
Maximum Value
The maximum value to which Output will ramp down to.
1904
Minimum value
The minimum value to which Output will ramp down to.
Reset Input
This is connected to a Digital Input as part of the selected Macro. When TRUE forces Output to track Reset Value.
Raise Input
This is connected to a Digital Input as part of the selected Macro. When TRUE causes Output to ramp up.
Lower Input
This is connected to a Digital Input as part of the selected Macro. When TRUE causes Output to ramp down.
1905
Raise Lower Output*
The ramp output monitor. Output is preserved during the power-down of the Drive.
AC30 Versatile Drive
D-68
Parameter Reference
Functional Description
The table below describes how Output is controlled by Raise Input, Lower Input and Reset Input.
Reset
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
Raise Input
Any
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
Raise Output
Any
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
Action
Output tracks Reset Value
Output ramps up to Maximum Value at Ramp Time
Output ramps down to Minimum Value at Ramp Time
Output not changed. *
Output not changed. *
* If Output is greater than Maximum Value the Output will ramp down to Maximum Value at Ramp Time. If Output is less than
Minimum Value the Output will ramp up to Minimum Value at Ramp Time.
IMPORTANT: If Maximum Value is less than or equal to Minimum Value, then Output is set to Maximum Value.
AC30 Versatile Drive
Parameter Reference
D-69
Ramp
Parameters::Motor Control::Ramp
This function forms part of the reference generation. It provides the facility to control the rate at which the Drive will respond to a changing
setpoint demand.
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
0484
Seq Stop Method
Selects stopping mode that the controller will use once the run command has been removed. The choices are:
Enumerated Value : Stopping Mode
0 : RUN RAMP
1 : VOLTAGE DISABLED ( COAST)
2 : DC INJECTION (only Volts/Hz control mode)
3 : STOP RAMP
When RUN RAMP is selected the Drive will decelerate using the reference ramp deceleration time, provided it is non zero. When
VOLTAGE DISABLED ( COAST ) is selected the motor will free-wheel. When DC INJECTION is selected the motor is stopped by
applying dc current. When STOP RAMP is selected the motor will decelerate in STOP TIME.
0485
Ramp Type
Select the ramp type:
Enumerated Value : Ramp Type
0 : LINEAR
1:S
0486
Linear Accel Time
The time that the Drive will take to ramp the setpoint from 0.00% to 100.00%.
0487
Linear Decel Time
The time that the Drive will take to ramp the setpoint from 100.00% to 0.00%.
0488
Linear Symmetric Mode
Select whether to use the ACCEL TIME and DECEL TIME pair of ramp rates, or to use the SYMETRIC RATE parameter to define the
ramp rate for the Drive.
AC30 Versatile Drive
D-70
Parameter Reference
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
0489
Linear Symmetric Time
The time that the Drive will take to ramp from 0.00% to 100.00% and from 100.00% to 0.00% when SYMETRIC MODE is TRUE.
0490
Sramp Continuous
When TRUE, and S ramp is selected in RAMP TYPE, forces a smooth transition if the speed setpoint is changed when ramping. The
curve is controlled by the SRAMP ACCEL and SRAMP JERK 1 to SRAMP JERK 4 parameters. When FALSE, there is an immediate
transition from the old curve to the new curve.
0491
Sramp Acceleration
Sets the acceleration rate in units of percent per second², i.e. if the full speed of the machine is 1.25m/s then the acceleration will be:
1.25 x 75.00% = 0.9375m/s²
0492
Sramp Deceleration
This functions in the same way as SRAMP ACCEL above.
0493
Sramp Jerk 1
Rate of change of acceleration for the first segment of the curve in units of percent per second³, i.e. if the full speed of the machine is
1.25m/s then the jerk will be:
1.25 x 50.00% = 0.625m/s³
0494
Sramp Jerk 2
Rate of change of acceleration in units of percent per second³ for segment 2
0495
Sramp Jerk 3
Rate of change of acceleration in units of percent per second³ for segment 3
0496
Sramp Jerk 4
Rate of change of acceleration in units of percent per second³ for segment 4
0497
Ramp Hold
When TRUE the output of the ramp is held at its last value
0498
Ramping Active
Set TRUE when ramping.
0499
Ramp Spd Setpoint Input
Input speed setpoint to the ramp
AC30 Versatile Drive
Parameter Reference
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
0500
Ramp Speed Output
D-71
Output speed
0501
Jog Setpoint
The setpoint is the target reference that the Drive will ramp to
0502
Jog Acceleration Time
The time that the Drive will take to ramp the jog setpoint from 0.00% to 100.00%.
0503
Jog Deceleration Time
The time that the Drive will take to ramp the jog setpoint from 100.00% to 0.00%.
0504
Stop Mode Ramp Time
Rate at which the demand is ramped to zero after the ramp has been quenched
0505
Zero Speed Threshold
Hold for zero speed detection used by stop sequences
0506
Zero Speed Stop Delay
Sets the time at which the Drive holds zero speed before quenching after a normal stop or a jog stop. This may be particularly useful
if a mechanical brake requires time to operate at zero speed, or for jogging a machine to position
0507
Quick Stop Time Limit
Maximum time that the Drive will try to Fast Stop, before quenching
0508
Quick Stop Time
Rate at which the Speed Demand is ramped to zero (see Reference function)
0509
Final Stop Rate
Rate at which any internally generated setpoint trims are removed. For example, the trim due to the slip compensation in Volts/Hz
control mode.
AC30 Versatile Drive
D-72
Parameter Reference
Functional Description
The ramp output takes the form shown below.
% 60
50
40
Deceleration
Acceleration
Jerk 1
30
Jerk 4
20
10
Jerk 2
Jerk 3
0
-10
Time (secs)
-20
Jerk
Acceleration
Velocity
AC30 Versatile Drive
Parameter Reference
D-73
Read Process
Advanced Setup::Communications::Option
Parameters::Option Comms::Read Process
Refer to any of the following Technical Manuals:
AC30 Versatile Drive
Product Code
Description
Part Number
7003-PB-00
Profibus DP-V1
HA501837U001
7003-PN-00
PROFINET IO
HA501838U001
7003-DN-00
DeviceNet
HA501840U001
7003-CN-00
ControlNet
HA501936U001
7003-CB-00
CANopen
HA501841U001
7003-IP-00
EtherNet IP
HA501842U001
7003-EC-00
EtherCAT
HA501938U001
7003-BP-00
BACnet IP
HA501939U001
7003-BN-00
BACnet MSTP
HA501940U001
7003-RS-00
Modbus RTU
HA501839U001
7003-IM-00
Modbus TCP
HA501937U001
7003-CC-00
CC-LINK
HA501941U001
D-74
Parameter Reference
Scale Setpoint
Parameters::Motor Control::Scale Setpoint
This function defines 100% speed in RPM.
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
0464
100% Speed in RPM
Maximum rpm set by the user
Functional Description
The Drive is commanded to run the motor at a certain speed, which is derived from various sources, such as comms, analog inputs, commands
from the keypad, etc. All these speed commands are expressed as a percentage. The percentage is referenced to this parameter. So, for
example, if this parameter is set to 3000 rpm, and the user commands 100% speed, then the motor should turn at 3000rpm.
This parameter also represents the maximum speed available, since (apart from a small allowance for process trims) the speed commands are
not allowed to exceed 100%.
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Parameter Reference
D-75
Sequencing
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
These parameters allow the user of the AC30 to monitor the status and affect the behaviour of the DS402 drive state machine as described in
detail in Appendix B.
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
0591
Local
Local (GKP) Control and/or Reference.
0592
Local Reference
Local Reference from GKP.
0610
App Cmd Word
Control Word from Application (Terminals).
0627
Comms Cmd Word
Control Word from Fieldbus.
0644
Command Word
Monitor (read-only) Control Word updated from the active source.
0661
Status Word
This is the DS402 Status Word
0678
Sequencing State
Drive DS402 Sequencing State.
0679
Switch On Timeout
Time allowed for line contactor to close when entering the Switched On state from Switched Off state. If this time is non-zero, a Line
Contactor trip will occur if the DC Link Voltage remains low until the timeout expires. If the timeout is set to zero, an Under Voltage
trip will occur immediately.
0680
App Reference
Reference from terminals (via. the application)
0681
Comms Reference
Reference from Fieldbus
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D-76
Parameter Reference
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
0682
Reference
Monitor (read-only) Reference updated from the active source. This will either be the value of the Local Reference, App Reference
(terminals) or Comms Reference depending on which source is currently selected.
AC30 Versatile Drive
Parameter Reference
D-77
Setup Wizard
Advanced Setup::Wizard
Parameters::Device Manager::Setup Wizard
These parameters configure the operation of the Setup Wizard.
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
1005
Language
Identifies the currently selected language. The languages supported are:
0
1
2
3
4
1006
English
French
German
Spanish
Italian
Run Setup?
Changing this parameter to TRUE will cause the GKP to re-start the Setup Wizard. This parameter is automatically reset to FALSE
on exiting the Setup Wizard.
1011
Setup Base Modbus?
This parameter saves the choice of whether to show the Modbus parameters for the base Ethernet port in the Setup Wizard. When
FALSE the base Modbus parameters are not shown.
Functional Description
The operation of the Setup Wizard is described in Chapter 9.
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D-78
Parameter Reference
Skip Frequencies
Advanced Setup::Application::Skip Frequencies
Function availability depends on macro selected.
This function is used to prevent the Drive operating at frequencies that cause mechanical resonance in the load.
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
1908
Band 1
The width of skip band 1 in Hz.
1909
Frequency 1
The centre frequency of skip band 1 in Hz.
1910
Band 2
The width of skip band 2 in Hz.
1911
Frequency 2
The centre frequency of skip band 2 in Hz.
1912
Band 3
The width of skip band 3 in Hz.
1913
Frequency 3
The centre frequency of skip band 3 in Hz.
1914
Band 4
The width of skip band 4 in Hz.
1915
Frequency 4
The centre frequency of skip band 4 in Hz.
Functional Description
Four programmable skip frequencies are available to avoid resonances within the mechanical system. Enter the value of frequency that causes
the resonance using a Frequency parameter and then program the width of the skip band using its Band parameter. The Drive will then avoid
sustained operation within the forbidden band as shown in the diagram. The skip frequencies are symmetrical and thus work in forward and
reverse.
Setting a Frequency to 0 disables the corresponding band. Setting a Band to 0 causes the value of Band 1 to be used for this band.
AC30 Versatile Drive
Parameter Reference
Drive
Frequency
Frequency 1
Setpoint
Frequency 2
The behaviour of this function is illustrated below.
Drive
Frequency
Skip band
Skip Frequency
AC30 Versatile Drive
Setpoint
D-79
D-80
Parameter Reference
Drive
Frequency
Frequency 1
Frequency 2
Setpoint
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Parameter Reference
D-81
Slew Rate
Parameters::Motor Control::Slew Rate
This function prevents over-current and over-voltage faults occurring due to a rapidly changing setpoint.
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
0360
Slew Rate Enable
Enable/Disable slew rate limit
0361
Slew Rate Accel Limit
Maximum rate at which the setpoint can be chaged away from zero
0362
Slew Rate Decel Limit
Maximum rate at which the setpoint can be changed towards zero
Functional Description
The Slew Rate limit obtains the setpoint from the output of the application, correctly scaled by the Reference feature. The rate of change limits
are applied and the setpoint is then passed on for further processing.
When the braking feature determines that the internal dc link voltage is too high it issues a Hold signal. This causes the Slew Rate limit function
to hold the setpoint at its current value. This typically lasts for only 1ms, time for the excess energy to be dumped into the dynamic braking
resistor.
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D-82
Parameter Reference
Slip Compensation
Parameters::Motor Control::Slip Compensation
Designed for VOLTS/Hz motor Control Mode.
The slip compensation function allows the Drive to maintain motor speed in the presence of load disturbances.
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
0354
Slip Compensatn Enable
Enable/Disable slip compensation
0356
SLP Motoring Limit
Maximum compensated speed in motor control
0357
SLP Regen Limit
Maximum compensated speed in regen mode
Functional Description
Based on the rated speed, the no load speed and the rated load of the motor, the Slip Compensation feature adjusts the demand frequency to
compensate for any speed reduction resulting from the load.
AC30 Versatile Drive
Parameter Reference
D-83
Spd Direct Input
Parameters::Motor Control::Spd Direct Input
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
0528
Direct Input Selection
The direct input to the speed loop is an analog input which is sampled synchronously with the speed loop. This ensures that the
speed loop always has the most up-to-date value of the input, allowing it to respond faster. Either of the two analog inputs can be
selected as the direct input. If NONE is selected, the input is set to zero. When not in use, it should be disabled by selecting NONE.
Enumerated Value : Direct IP Select
0 : NONE
1 : ANIN1
2 : ANIN2
0529
Direct Input Ratio
The Direct Input is multiplied by this parameter.
0530
Direct Input Pos Limit
This limits the upper value of the Direct Input.
0531
Direct Input Neg Limit
This limits the lower value of the Direct Input.
Functional Description
The Drive is commanded to run the motor at a certain speed, which is derived from various sources, such as comms, analog inputs, commands
from the keypad, etc. Most of these are derived from sources which respond relatively slowly, eg every 1ms. For processes which require a
faster response, the direct input is provided. This is an analog input which is sampled synchronously with the speed loop, as described above. It
is added on to the other sources of speed command to give a total speed command.
AC30 Versatile Drive
D-84
Parameter Reference
Spd Loop Diagnostics
Parameters::Motor Control::Spd Loop Diagnostics
Refer to the diagram in Spd Loop Settings function.
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
0533
Total Spd Demand RPM
This diagnostic shows the final values of the speed demand in rpm obtained after summing all sources. This is the value which is
presented to the speed loop
0534
Total Spd Demand %
This diagnostic shows the final values of the speed demand as a % of MAX SPEED obtained after summing all sources. This is the
value which is presented to the speed loop.
0535
Speed Loop Error
This diagnostic shows the error between the total speed demand and the speed feedback
0536
Speed PI Output
This diagnostic shows the torque demand due to the speed loop PI output, not including any feedforward terms.
AC30 Versatile Drive
Parameter Reference
D-85
Spd Loop Settings
Parameters::Motor Control::Spd Loop Setings
This function block controls the speed of the motor by comparing the actual speed to the demanded speed, and applying more or less torque in
response to the error.
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
1246
Speed Loop Auto Set
Only for PMAC Motor
TRUE : Allows to automatically calculate speed loop control parameters : Speed Loop P Gain and Speed Loop I Time.
To do a correct estimation, Speed Loop mot Inert should be correctly filled in.
FALSE : no automatic calculation
1247
Speed Loop mot Inert
Only for PMAC Motor
Enter the correct inertia ratio between the load and the motor( For a no load condition, a value of 0.1 should be used )
This is used to automatically estimate the correct Speed Loop P Gain and Speed Loop I Time.
1248
Speed Loop Bandwidth
Only for PMAC Motor
When Speed Loop Auto Set is TRUE, allows to select the speed loop bandwidth level :
Low :provides a low speed loop bandwidth
Medium : provides a medium speed loop bandwidth
High : provides a high speed loop bandwidth
0515
Speed Loop P Gain
Sets the proportional gain of the loop.
Speed error (revolutions per second) x proportional gain = torque percent.
0516
Speed Loop I Time
This is the integral time constant of the speed loop. A speed error which causes the proportional term to produce a torque demand T,
will cause the integral term to also ramp up to a torque demand T after a time equal to “speed int time”.
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D-86
Parameter Reference
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
0517
Speed Loop Int Defeat
When TRUE, the integral term does not operate.
0518
Speed Loop Int Preset
The integral term will be preset to this value when the drive starts.
0519
Spd Loop Dmd Filt TC
The speed demand is filtered to reduce ripple. The filter is first order with time constant equal to the value of this parameter.
0520
Spd Loop Fbk Filt TC
The speed feedback is filtered to reduce ripple. The filter is first order with time constant equal to the value of this parameter.
0521
Spd Loop Aux Torq Dmd
When the drive is operating in speed control mode, the value of this parameter is added on to the torque demand produced by the
speed loop PI. When the drive is operating in torque control mode (i.e. “torque demand isolate is TRUE) the speed loop PI does not
operate, and the torque demand becomes the sum of this parameter plus the DIRECT INPUT (if selected).
0523
Spd Loop Adapt Thres
If the speed demand is less than the adaptive threshold, the speed loop proportional gain is the adaptive p-gain.
0524
Spd Loop Adapt Pgain
Proportional gain used if speed demand < adaptive threshold.
0525
Spd Demand Pos Lim
This sets the upper limit of the speed demand.
0526
Spd Demand Neg Lim
This sets the lower limit of the speed demand.
0527
Sel Torq Ctrl Only
Selects between Speed Control mode and Torque Control mode. When TRUE, (Torque Control mode) the torque demand output
from the speed loop feature is the sum of the Direct Input plus the AUX TORQUE DMD parameter.
Functional Description
The speed error (speed demand minus speed feedback) is calculated and processed via a proportional + integral (PI) controller. The output of
the PI controller is a torque demand, which is passed directly to the torque control feature.
When the drive is in SENSORLESS VEC mode, the speed feedback is calculated from the voltages and currents flowing in the motor, and the
motor model.
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D-87
Parameter Reference
Torque
Demand
Isolate
Direct input
%
Low pass filter
Direct Ip
Limits
Limits
Speed
Demand
Low pass filter
Speed
Feedback
Low pass filter
Torque
Demand
Int Preset %
Int defeat
Aux torque
demand
%
% %
%
Low pass filter
PI Controller
%
%
%
Pi output
%
Speed error
Symmetric %
Torque Limit
Total speed
demand
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+Ve
Torque Limit
%
-Ve
Torque Limit
%
RPM
D-88
Parameter Reference
Speed Ref
Parameters::Motor control::Speed Ref
This function holds all the parameters concerning the generation of the setpoint reference (reference ramp, speed trim, setpoint reverse, etc.).
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
1264
Ref Min Speed Clamp
Minimum value for Ramp Spd Output
1265
Ref Max Speed Clamp
Maximum value for Ramp Spd Output
1266
Ref Speed Trim
The trim is added to the ramp output to form the Ramp Spd Output ( unconditionally in remote mode).
In local mode, it is added is the Ref trim Local parameter is set to TRUE
1267
Ref trim Local
When TRUE, the trim is added to the ramp output in local mode.
When FALSE, the trim is not added to the ramp output in local mode.
Functional Description
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Parameter Reference
D-89
Stabilisation
Parameters::Motor Control::Stabilisation
Designed for VOLTS/Hz motor Control Mode.
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
0364
Stabilisation Enable
Enable/Disable stabilisation
Functional Description
Enabling this function reduces the problem of unstable running in induction motors. This can be experienced at approximately half full speed, and
under low load conditions.
AC30 Versatile Drive
D-90
Parameter Reference
Stack Inv Time
Parameters::Motor Control::Stack Inv Time
The purpose of the inverse time is to automatically reduce the drive current limit in response to prolonged overload conditions.
For a short time given by Stack Short Overl’d Sec, the drive is able to provide the Stack Short Overl’d %.
For a long time given by Stack Long Overl’d Sec, the drive is able to provide the Stack Long Overl’d %.
These 2 protections work in parallel, the output limit current is the maximum value if the current limit is not yet ramped down. If already ramped
down, the current limit is dur to the long overload.
When the maximum overload value is reached, the inverse time current limit is ramped down. The rate at which the inverse time current limit is
ramped to the Stack Aiming Point % is defined by Inverse Time Down Rate.When the overload condition disappears, the inverse time current
limit is ramped up. The rate at which the inverse time current limit is ramped to the maximum value is defined by Inverse Time Up Rate.
% Are all referring to drive/stack ratings.
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
0343
100% Stack Current
Stack rating in rms amps corresponding to 100% stack current
0344
Stack Long Overl'd %
Overload value in % of the stack amps for long overload condition
0345
Stack Long Overl'd Sec
Maximum duration under long overload condition ( typically 60s )
0346
Stack Short Overl'd %
Overload value in % of the stack amps for short overload condition
0347
Stack Short Overl'd Sec
Maximum duration under short overload condition ( typically 3s )
0348
Stack Aiming Point %
Current in % where the power stack can undertake the load current permanently
0349
Stack Inv Time Output %
Actual output current limit as a % of the stack current
AC30 Versatile Drive
Parameter Reference
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
0350
Inverse Time Up Rate
Ramp value to ramp up current when overload current disappears
0351
Inverse Time Down Rate
Ramp value to reach the aiming point under prolonged overload condition
0352
Stack Inv Time Warning
The protection starts to integrate overload conditions
0353
Stack Inv Time Active
The drive protection is limiting the output current
Functional Description
Stack Short overload
Feedback Amps
Move to Stack %
Stack Inv Time Ouptput %
arbitration
Stack Long overload
Convert to Motor %
Motor Load (Only for IM Motor)
Min
Inv Time in Motor %
Convert to Motor %
Motor overload (
150%, 60s)
Stack Short Overload : is using 180% of the Heavy Duty rating, for 3s.
Stack Long Overload : is using the overload mode selected in the Duty Selection parameter.
Inv Time in Motor % is used to limit the current. It is one of the input of the Current Limit Function features
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D-91
D-92
Parameter Reference
Stall Trip
Parameters::Trips::Stall Trip
The function protects the motor from damage that may be caused by continuous operation beyond specification.
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
0906
Stall Limit Type
Enumerated Value : Stall Limit Type
FALSE : TORQUE
TRUE : CURRENT
0907
Stall Time
The time after which a stall condition will cause a trip.
0908
Stall Cur & Torq Level
The level of the trip condition
0909
Stall Torque Active
TRUE if tripped under torque trip operation
0910
Stall Current Active
TRUE is tripped under current trip operation
0911
Stall Speed Feedback
A copy of the speed Feedback in Hz
Functional Description
If Stall Limit Type is set to TORQUE and the estimated load exceeds the active TORQUE LIMIT for a time greater than STALL TIME, then the
stall trip will become active.
If the Stall Limit Type is set to CURRENT and the measured current exceeds the active Current Limit for a time greater than STALL TIME, then
the stall trip will become active.
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Parameter Reference
D-93
Torque Limit
Parameters::Motor Control::Torque Limit
This function allows you to set the maximum level of motor rated torque which is allowed before torque limit action occurs.
If the estimated motor torque is greater than the ACTUAL POS LIM value, the motor speed is controlled to maintain the torque at this level. A
similar situation occurs if the estimated motor torque is less than the ACTUAL NEG LIM value.
The torque limit function has separate positive and negative torque limits. In addition, a symmetric main torque limit is also provided.
The lowest positive and negative torque limits (including any current limit or inverse time current limit action) is indicated in the ACTUAL POS LIM
and ACTUAL NEG LIM diagnostic. These are the final limits used to limit motor torque.
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
0415
Positive Torque Limit
This parameter sets the maximum allowed level of positive motor torque.
0416
Negative Torque Limit
This parameter sets the maximum allowed level of negative motor torque
0417
Main Torque Limit
This parameter sets the symmetric limit on the maximum allowed motor torque.
0418
Fast Stop Torque Limit
This parameter sets the torque limit used during a Fast Stop.
0419
Symmetric Torque Limit
When TRUE, the NEG TORQUE LIM is forced to reflect the POS TORQUE LIM parameter.
0420
Actual Pos Torque Limit
This diagnostic indicates the final actual positive torque limit including any current limit or inverse time current limit action.
0421
Actual Neg Torque Limit
This diagnostic indicates the final actual negative torque limit including any current limit or inverse time current limit action.
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D-94
Parameter Reference
Functional Description
Values in %, as a % of motor rated torque
Positive Torque limit
-1
Pos torque lim
Negative Torque Limit
Actual Pos Torque Limit
Symmetric Torque limit
Internal torque limit
Main Torque limit
-1
Neg Torque
lim
Actual Neg Torque Limit
-1
Torque Limit
AC30 Versatile Drive
Parameter Reference
D-95
Trips History
Monitor
Parameters::Trips::Trips History
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
0895
Recent Trips[10]
The Recent Trips array is a record of the last 10 faults that caused the drive to disable the stack. Each entry has the same format as
the First Trip parameter Error! Bookmark not defined.. The most recent fault is the first entry in the array, (Recent Trips[0]).
Functional Description
This function provides a view of the ten most recent trips that caused the Drive to stop. Every time a new trip occurs this is entered as TRIP 1
(NEWEST) and the other recorded trips are moved down. If more than ten trips have occurred since the drive was configured then only the ten
most recent trips will be available for inspection.
These parameters are preserved through a power failure.
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D-96
Parameter Reference
Trips Status
Parameters::Trips::Trips Status
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
0697
Enable 1 - 32
A 32-bit word that can be used to enable, (or disable), individual trips. Refer to Chapter 10, Trips and Fault Finding for details of the
value corresponding to each trip.
0763
Active 1 - 32
A 32-bit word that indicates which trip sources are active. For example, the HEATSINK OVERTEMP may remain true for some time
after the initial fault is reported.
The Active value shows active trip sources even if the corresponding trip is not enabled in “Enabled 1-32”.
Refer to Chapter 10, Trips and Fault Finding for details of the value corresponding to each trip.
0829
Warnings 1 - 32
A 32-bit word that indicates trip sources that are close to a fault condition. For example, the heat sink fault monitoring firmware
reports a HEATSINK OVERTEMP warning when the heat sink temperature gets close to the heat sink fault level.
The Warnings value is not affected by the trip enable mask, “Enabled 1-32”.
Refer to Chapter 10, Trips and Fault Finding for details of the value corresponding to each trip.
AC30 Versatile Drive
Parameter Reference
D-97
Voltage Control
Parameters::Motor Control::Voltage Control
Designed for VOLTS/Hz motor Control Mode.
This function allows the motor output volts to be controlled in the presence of dc link voltage variations. This is achieved by controlling the level
of PWM modulation as a function of measured dc link volts. The dc link volts may vary either due to supply variations or regenerative braking by
the motor.
Three control modes are available, None, Fixed and Automatic.
PNO
Parameter Descriptions
0371
Terminal Voltage Mode
Selection of voltage control mode
0374
Motor Base Volts
Scale of the output voltage
AC30 Versatile Drive
D-98
Parameter Reference
Web Server
Parameters::Base Comms::Web Server
Advanced Setup::Environment
Advanced Setup::Communications::Base Ethernet
Refer to Chapter 12 Ethernet
AC30 Versatile Drive
Parameter Reference
D-99
Write Process
Advanced Setup::Communications::Option
Parameters::Option Comms::Write Process
Refer to the following Technical Manuals:
AC30 Versatile Drive
Product Code
Description
Part Number
7003-PB-00
Profibus DP-V1
HA501837U001
7003-PN-00
PROFINET IO
HA501838U001
7003-DN-00
DeviceNet
HA501840U001
7003-CN-00
ControlNet
HA501936U001
7003-CB-00
CANopen
HA501841U001
7003-IP-00
EtherNet IP
HA501842U001
7003-EC-00
EtherCAT
HA501938U001
7003-RS-00
Modbus RTU
HA501839U001
7003-IM-00
Modbus TCP
HA501937U001
7003-CC-00
CC-LINK
HA501941U001
D-100
Parameter Reference
Parameter Table
This table is a complete list of all the parameters in the AC30.
PNO:
The parameter number, a unique identifier for this parameter.
Name: The parameter’s name as it appears on the GKP and web page.
Path:
The navigation path(s) to this parameter on the GKP and web page.
Type:
The data type of the parameter.
Data Type
Description
BOOL
A Boolean quantity representing FALSE or TRUE. (A zero value is FALSE).
SINT
A signed integer with a maximum range of -128 to +127.
INT
A signed integer with a maximum range of -32768 to +32767
DINT
A signed integer with a maximum range of -2147483648 to +2147483647
USINT(1)
An unsigned integer with a maximum range or 0 to 255
UINT
An unsigned integer with a maximum range or 0 to 65535
UDINT
An unsigned integer with a maximum range or 0 to 4294967295
REAL
A 32-bit floating point conforming to IEEE-754
TIME
A duration with a resolution of 1 ms and a maximum range of 0.000s to 4294967.295s, (about 50 days)
DATE
Date with a maximum range of 1st Jan 1970 to 2037.
TIME_OF_DAY
Time of day
DATE_AND_TIME Date and time of day with a maximum range of 1st Jan 1970 to 2037
STRING
String
BYTE
Bit string length 8
WORD(2)
Bit string length 16
(2)
DWORD
Bit string length 32
(1) Some parameters of type USINT use discrete integer values to enumerate given states. For example; PNO 0001, the analog input hardware
configuration may be set to 0, 1, 2 or 3 corresponding to the supported ranges. Such parameters have the available selections shown in the
Range column.
(2) Some Bit string parameters have the individual bits within the word assigned independently to separate functionality. For example PNO 0005
presents the state of all digital inputs in one 16-bit word. The bits may be individually accessed on the GKP and webpage by expanding the
parameter. Each individual feature may be accessed as a Boolean via any fieldbus communications link by referencing the dedicated PNO.
Default: The default value of the parameter.
Range: The minimum and maximum values for this parameter. This column is also used to detail the available selection for enumerated integer
types and named bits in bit string data types.
Units:
The units text displayed which this parameter value.
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Parameter Reference
WQ:
The write qualifier.
ALWAYS
The parameter is an input
CONFIG
The parameter may only be written when the drive is not in the OPERATIONAL state.
NOT
The parameter is an output
View:
Indicates when the parameter is visible on the GKP or the Web page.
Parameters that are not relevant to the current drive’s configuration may be hidden regardless of the View level.
OPERATOR
The parameter is always visible.
TECHNICIAN
The parameter is visible when the view level is set to OPERATOR or TECHNICIAN
ENGINEER
The parameter is visible when the view level is set to OPERATOR, TECHNICIAN or ENGINEER
Mbus: The Modbus register number corresponding the this PNO.
Notes:
1. The parameter is automatically saved before power down
2. Input parameter is not saved.
3. Output parameter is saved.
4. Parameter is hidden depending on the drive configuration.
5. Parameter availability depends on the application selected.
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D-101
D-102
Parameter Reference
Path
Advanced Setup::Inputs and Outputs
Parameters::Inputs And Outputs::IO Configure
Type
USINT
0
0002 Anin 02 Type
Same as PNO 1
USINT
0
0003 Anout 01 Type
0004 Anout 02 Type
Same as PNO 1
Same as PNO 1
USINT
USINT
0
1
0005 Digin Value
Advanced Monitor::Inputs and Outputs
Parameters::Inputs And Outputs::IO Values
WORD
PNO
0001 Anin 01 Type
Name
Default
0006
0007
0008
0009
0010
0011
0012
0013
0014
0015
0016
0017
0022
Digin Value.Digin 01
Digin Value.Digin 02
Digin Value.Digin 03
Digin Value.Digin 04
Digin Value.Digin 05
Digin Value.Digin 06
Digin Value.Digin 07
Digin Value.STO Inactive
Digin Value.Digin 11
Digin Value.Digin 12
Digin Value.Digin 13
Digin Value.Digin 14
Digout Value
Same as PNO 5
Same as PNO 5
Same as PNO 5
Same as PNO 5
Same as PNO 5
Same as PNO 5
Same as PNO 5
Same as PNO 5
Same as PNO 5
Same as PNO 5
Same as PNO 5
Same as PNO 5
Same as PNO 5
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
WORD
0000
0023
0024
0025
0026
0027
0028
0031
0032
0033
0034
Digout Value.Digout 01
Digout Value.Digout 02
Digout Value.Digout 03
Digout Value.Digout 04
Digout Value.Relay 01
Digout Value.Relay 02
Digout Value.Digout 11
Digout Value.Digout 12
Digout Value.Digout 13
Digout Value.Digout 14
Same as PNO 5
Same as PNO 5
Same as PNO 5
Same as PNO 5
Same as PNO 5
Same as PNO 5
Same as PNO 5
Same as PNO 5
Same as PNO 5
Same as PNO 5
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
Range
0:-10..10V
1:0..10V
2:0..20MA
3:4..20MA
0:-10..10V
1:0..10V
Same as PNO 2
1:0..10V
2:0..20MA
3:4..20MA
0:Digin 01
1:Digin 02
2:Digin 03
3:Digin 04
4:Digin 05
5:Digin 06
6:Digin 07
7:STO Inactive
8:Digin 11
9:Digin 12
10:Digin 13
11:Digin 14
0:Digout 01
1:Digout 02
2:Digout 03
3:Digout 04
4:Relay 01
5:Relay 02
8:Digout 11
9:Digout 12
10:Digout 13
11:Digout 14
14:Relay 11
15:Relay 12
Units
WQ
View
ALWAYS OPERATOR
Notes
MBus
00529
ALWAYS OPERATOR
00531
ALWAYS OPERATOR
ALWAYS OPERATOR
00533
00535
NOT
OPERATOR
00537
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
ALWAYS
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
2
00539
00541
00543
00545
00547
00549
00551
00553
00555
00557
00559
00561
00571
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
00573
00575
00577
00579
00581
00583
00589
00591
00593
00595
AC30 Versatile Drive
Parameter Reference
Path
Same as PNO 5
Same as PNO 5
Same as PNO 5
Parameters::Inputs And Outputs::IO Values
Same as PNO 5
Same as PNO 5
Same as PNO 5
Advanced Setup::Communications::Option
Parameters::Option Comms::Comms
Type
BOOL
BOOL
REAL
BOOL
REAL
REAL
REAL
USINT
0045 Comms Fitted
Advanced Monitor::Communications::Option
Parameters::Option Comms::Comms
USINT
0046 Comms State
Parameters::Option Comms::Comms
USINT
PNO
0037
0038
0039
0040
0041
0042
0043
0044
Name
Digout Value.Relay 11
Digout Value.Relay 12
Anin 01 Value
Anin 01 Break
Anin 02 Value
Anout 01 Value
Anout 02 Value
Comms Required
0047
0048
0049
0050
0051
Comms Supervised
Comms Trip Enable
Comms Module Version
Comms Module Serial
Comms Diagnostic
Same as PNO 45
Same as PNO 44
Same as PNO 45
Same as PNO 45
Same as PNO 45
BOOL
BOOL
DWORD
DWORD
USINT
0052
0053
0054
0055
Comms Diagnostic Code
Comms Exception
Comms Net Exception
Read Mapping
Same as PNO 45
Same as PNO 45
Same as PNO 45
Advanced Setup::Communications::Option
Parameters::Option Comms::Read Process
DWORD
BYTE
BYTE
ARRAY[0..15]
AC30 Versatile Drive
Default
FALSE
FALSE
0.00
0.00
1
Range
Units
-100.0 to 100.0
%
-100.0 to 100.0
-100.00 to 100.00
0.00 to 100.00
1:NONE
2:BACNET IP
3:BACNET MSTP
4:CANOPEN
5:CC LINK
6:CONTROLNET
7:DEVICENET
8:ETHERCAT
9:ETHERNET IP
10:MODBUS RTU
11:MODBUS TCP
12:PROFIBUS DPV1
13:PROFINET IO
0:UNKNOWN
1:NONE
2:BACNET IP
3:BACNET MSTP
4:CANOPEN
5:CC LINK
6:CONTROLNET
7:DEVICENET
8:ETHERCAT
9:ETHERNET IP
10:MODBUS RTU
11:MODBUS TCP
12:PROFIBUS DPV1
13:PROFINET IO
0:SETUP
1:NW INIT
2:WAIT PROCESS
3:IDLE
4:PROCESS ACTIVE
5:ERROR
6:RESERVED
7:EXCEPTION
8:NONE
%
%
%
TRUE
0:NONE
1:HARDWARE MISMATCH
2:INVALID CONFIGURATION
3:MAPPING FAILED
4:EXCEPTION
5:UNSUPPORTED OPTION
D-103
WQ
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
NOT
NOT
NOT
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
CONFIG
View
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
TECHNICIAN
Notes
2
2
NOT
OPERATOR
00617
NOT
ENGINEER
00619
NOT
ALWAYS
NOT
NOT
NOT
OPERATOR 4
TECHNICIAN 4
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
OPERATOR
00621
00623
00625
00627
00629
NOT
NOT
NOT
CONFIG
OPERATOR
TECHNICIAN 4
TECHNICIAN 4
TECHNICIAN
00631
00633
00635
00637
4
2
2
MBus
00601
00603
00605
00607
00609
00611
00613
00615
D-104
Parameter Reference
Path
Same as PNO 55
Same as PNO 55
Same as PNO 55
Same as PNO 55
Same as PNO 55
Same as PNO 55
Same as PNO 55
Same as PNO 55
Same as PNO 55
Same as PNO 55
Same as PNO 55
Same as PNO 55
Same as PNO 55
Same as PNO 55
Same as PNO 55
Same as PNO 55
Advanced Setup::Communications::Option
Parameters::Option Comms::Write Process
Same as PNO 120
Same as PNO 120
Same as PNO 120
Same as PNO 120
Same as PNO 120
Same as PNO 120
Same as PNO 120
Same as PNO 120
Same as PNO 120
Same as PNO 120
Same as PNO 120
Same as PNO 120
Same as PNO 120
Same as PNO 120
Same as PNO 120
Same as PNO 120
Parameters::Option Comms::Event
Advanced Monitor::Communications::Option
Parameters::Option Comms::Event
Parameters::Option Comms::Event
Parameters::Option Comms::Event
Advanced Monitor::Communications::Option
Parameters::Option Comms::Option Ethernet
Same as PNO 189
Same as PNO 189
Same as PNO 189
Same as PNO 189
Advanced Setup::Communications::Option
Parameters::Option Comms::Option Ethernet
Type
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
ARRAY[0..15]
Default
0627
0681
0000
0000
0000
0000
0000
0000
0000
0000
0000
0000
0000
0000
0000
0000
Range
0000 to 1269
0000 to 1269
0000 to 1269
0000 to 1269
0000 to 1269
0000 to 1269
0000 to 1269
0000 to 1269
0000 to 1269
0000 to 1269
0000 to 1269
0000 to 1269
0000 to 1269
0000 to 1269
0000 to 1269
0000 to 1269
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
BYTE
BOOL
0661
0395
0000
0000
0000
0000
0000
0000
0000
0000
0000
0000
0000
0000
0000
0000
00
0000 to 1269
0000 to 1269
0000 to 1269
0000 to 1269
0000 to 1269
0000 to 1269
0000 to 1269
0000 to 1269
0000 to 1269
0000 to 1269
0000 to 1269
0000 to 1269
0000 to 1269
0000 to 1269
0000 to 1269
0000 to 1269
BOOL
BOOL
STRING
FALSE
FALSE
0200 Fixed IP Address
Same as PNO 199
DWORD
0201 Fixed Subnet Mask
Same as PNO 199
DWORD
0202 Fixed Gateway Address
Same as PNO 199
DWORD
0203 Option Web Enable
0204 Web Parameters Enable
Same as PNO 199
Same as PNO 199
BOOL
BOOL
PNO
0056
0057
0058
0059
0060
0061
0062
0063
0064
0065
0066
0067
0068
0069
0070
0071
0120
Read Mapping[0]
Read Mapping[1]
Read Mapping[2]
Read Mapping[3]
Read Mapping[4]
Read Mapping[5]
Read Mapping[6]
Read Mapping[7]
Read Mapping[8]
Read Mapping[9]
Read Mapping[10]
Read Mapping[11]
Read Mapping[12]
Read Mapping[13]
Read Mapping[14]
Read Mapping[15]
Write Mapping
0121
0122
0123
0124
0125
0126
0127
0128
0129
0130
0131
0132
0133
0134
0135
0136
0185
0186
Write Mapping[0]
Write Mapping[1]
Write Mapping[2]
Write Mapping[3]
Write Mapping[4]
Write Mapping[5]
Write Mapping[6]
Write Mapping[7]
Write Mapping[8]
Write Mapping[9]
Write Mapping[10]
Write Mapping[11]
Write Mapping[12]
Write Mapping[13]
Write Mapping[14]
Write Mapping[15]
Comms Event Code
Comms Event Active
Name
0187 Comms Event Set
0188 Comms Event Clear
0189 Option MAC Address
0195
0196
0197
0198
0199
Option IP Address
Option Subnet Mask
Option Gateway
Option DHCP Enabled
Address Assignment
DWORD
DWORD
DWORD
BOOL
USINT
0
000.000.000.00
0
000.000.000.00
0
000.000.000.00
0
TRUE
TRUE
0:FIXED
1:EXTERNAL
2:DHCP
Units
WQ
CONFIG
CONFIG
CONFIG
CONFIG
CONFIG
CONFIG
CONFIG
CONFIG
CONFIG
CONFIG
CONFIG
CONFIG
CONFIG
CONFIG
CONFIG
CONFIG
CONFIG
View
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
Notes
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
MBus
00639
00641
00643
00645
00647
00649
00651
00653
00655
00657
00659
00661
00663
00665
00667
00669
00767
CONFIG
CONFIG
CONFIG
CONFIG
CONFIG
CONFIG
CONFIG
CONFIG
CONFIG
CONFIG
CONFIG
CONFIG
CONFIG
CONFIG
CONFIG
CONFIG
ALWAYS
NOT
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
ENGINEER
OPERATOR
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
2,4
4
00769
00771
00773
00775
00777
00779
00781
00783
00785
00787
00789
00791
00793
00795
00797
00799
00897
00899
ALWAYS ENGINEER
2,4
ALWAYS ENGINEER
2,4
NOT
TECHNICIAN 4
00901
00903
00905
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
CONFIG
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
4
4
4
4
4
00917
00919
00921
00923
00925
CONFIG
TECHNICIAN 4
00927
CONFIG
TECHNICIAN 4
00929
CONFIG
TECHNICIAN 4
00931
CONFIG
CONFIG
TECHNICIAN 4
TECHNICIAN 4
00933
00935
AC30 Versatile Drive
Parameter Reference
Same as PNO 46
WQ
CONFIG
CONFIG
CONFIG
NOT
View
ENGINEER
ENGINEER
ENGINEER
OPERATOR
0
0 to 4194302
CONFIG
TECHNICIAN 4
00945
TIME
USINT
3.000
CONFIG
NOT
TECHNICIAN 4
OPERATOR 4
00947
00949
Advanced Setup::Communications::Option
Parameters::Option Comms::CANopen
Same as PNO 212
USINT
1
0.000 to 65.000
0:SETUP
1:NW INIT
2:PRE-OPERATIONAL
3:STOP
4:OPERATIONAL
5:BUS OFF
6:RESERVED
7:EXCEPTION
8:NONE
1 to 127
CONFIG
TECHNICIAN 4
00951
USINT
9
CONFIG
TECHNICIAN 4
00953
0214 ControlNet State
Advanced Monitor::Communications::Option
Parameters::Option Comms::ControlNet
USINT
NOT
OPERATOR
4
00955
0215 ControlNet MAC ID
Advanced Setup::Communications::Option
Parameters::Option Comms::ControlNet
Same as PNO 215
Same as PNO 215
Advanced Monitor::Communications::Option
Parameters::Option Comms::DeviceNet
Advanced Setup::Communications::Option
Parameters::Option Comms::DeviceNet
Same as PNO 219
USINT
0
CONFIG
TECHNICIAN 4
00957
WORD
WORD
USINT
0064
0096
Same as PNO 214
CONFIG
CONFIG
NOT
TECHNICIAN 4
TECHNICIAN 4
OPERATOR 4
00959
00961
00963
USINT
0
0 to 63
CONFIG
TECHNICIAN 4
00965
USINT
3
CONFIG
TECHNICIAN 4
00967
Same as PNO 218
Same as PNO 219
Same as PNO 219
Advanced Monitor::Communications::Option
Parameters::Option Comms::EtherCAT
USINT
WORD
WORD
USINT
0064
0096
0:125 KBPS
1:250 KBPS
2:500 KBPS
3:AUTO
Same as PNO 220
NOT
CONFIG
CONFIG
NOT
OPERATOR
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
OPERATOR
00969
00971
00973
00975
PNO
0205
0206
0207
0208
Name
Option FTP Enable
Option FTP Admin Mode
IPConfig Enable
BACnet IP State
0209 BACnet IP Device ID
0210 BACnet IP Timeout
0211 CANopen State
0212 CANopen Node Address
0213 CANopen Baud Rate
0216 CNet Producing Inst
0217 CNet Consuming Inst
0218 DeviceNet State
0219 DeviceNet MAC ID
0220 DeviceNet Baud Rate
0221
0222
0223
0224
DeviceNet Actual Baud
DNet Producing Inst
DNet Consuming Inst
EtherCAT State
AC30 Versatile Drive
Path
Same as PNO 199
Same as PNO 199
Same as PNO 199
Advanced Monitor::Communications::Option
Parameters::Option Comms::BACnet IP
Advanced Setup::Communications::Option
Parameters::Option Comms::BACnet IP
Same as PNO 209
Advanced Monitor::Communications::Option
Parameters::Option Comms::CANopen
Type
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
USINT
Default
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
UDINT
Range
0:10 KBPS
1:20 KBPS
2:50 KBPS
3:100 KBPS
4:125 KBPS
5:250 KBPS
6:500 KBPS
7:800 KBPS
8:1000 KBPS
9:AUTO
0:SETUP
1:NW INIT
2:WAITING TO CONNECT
3:CONNECTION IDLE
4:CONNECTION ACTIVE
5:ERROR
6:RESERVED
7:EXCEPTION
8:NONE
0 to 255
0:SETUP
1:NW INIT
2:INIT OR PREOP
3:SAFE OPERATIONAL
4:OPERATIONAL
Units
D-105
s
Notes
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
MBus
00937
00939
00941
00943
D-106
Parameter Reference
Name
PNO
0225 EtherNet IP State
Path
Type
USINT
0230 Modbus RTU Baud Rate
Advanced Monitor::Communications::Option
Parameters::Option Comms::EtherNet IP
Advanced Setup::Communications::Option
Parameters::Option Comms::EtherNet IP
Same as PNO 226
Advanced Monitor::Communications::Option
Parameters::Option Comms::Modbus RTU
Advanced Setup::Communications::Option
Parameters::Option Comms::Modbus RTU
Same as PNO 229
0231 Parity And Stop Bits
0232 High Word First RTU
0233 Modbus RTU Timeout
0234 Modbus TCP State
0226 ENet Producing Inst
Default
Range
5:ERROR
6:RESERVED
7:EXCEPTION
8:NONE
Same as PNO 214
Units
WQ
View
Notes
MBus
NOT
OPERATOR
4
00977
CONFIG
TECHNICIAN 4
00979
Same as PNO 46
CONFIG
NOT
TECHNICIAN 4
OPERATOR 4
00981
00983
WORD
0064
WORD
USINT
0096
USINT
1
1 to 247
CONFIG
TECHNICIAN 4
00985
USINT
4
CONFIG
TECHNICIAN 4
00987
Same as PNO 229
USINT
0
CONFIG
TECHNICIAN 4
00989
Same as PNO 229
Same as PNO 229
Advanced Monitor::Communications::Option
Parameters::Option Comms::Modbus TCP
Advanced Setup::Communications::Option
Parameters::Option Comms::Modbus TCP
Same as PNO 235
Advanced Monitor::Communications::Option
Parameters::Option Comms::Profibus
Advanced Setup::Communications::Option
Parameters::Option Comms::Profibus
Advanced Monitor::Communications::Option
Parameters::Option Comms::PROFINET IO
BOOL
TIME
USINT
FALSE
3.000
0:1200 BPS
1:2400 BPS
2:4800 BPS
3:9600 BPS
4:19200 BPS
5:38400 BPS
6:57600 BPS
7:76800 BPS
8:115200 BPS
0:EVEN, 1 STOP
1:ODD, 1 STOP
2:NONE, 2 STOP
3:NONE, 1 STOP
CONFIG
CONFIG
NOT
TECHNICIAN 4
TECHNICIAN 4
OPERATOR 4
00991
00993
00995
BOOL
FALSE
CONFIG
TECHNICIAN 4
00997
TIME
USINT
3.000
0.000 to 65.000
Same as PNO 46
CONFIG
NOT
TECHNICIAN 4
OPERATOR 4
00999
01001
USINT
0
0 to 126
CONFIG
TECHNICIAN 4
01003
NOT
OPERATOR
01005
STRING
BOOL
REAL
REAL
REAL
BOOL
BOOL
NOT
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
NOT
ALWAYS
OPERATOR 4
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
ENGINEER
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN 2,4
0256 Autotune Mode
Same as PNO 239
Parameters::Motor Control::Braking
Parameters::Motor Control::Braking
Parameters::Motor Control::Braking
Parameters::Motor Control::Braking
Parameters::Motor Control::Braking
Advanced Setup::Motor Control::Autotune
Parameters::Motor Control::Autotune
Same as PNO 255
0:SETUP
1:NW INIT
2:WAITING TO CONNECT
3:STOP MODE
4:CONNECTED
5:ERROR
6:RESERVED
7:EXCEPTION
8:NONE
USINT
1
0257 Autotune Test Disable
Same as PNO 255
WORD
0000
0227 ENet Consuming Inst
0228 Modbus RTU State
0229 Modbus Device Address
0235 High Word First TCP
0236 Modbus TCP Timeout
0237 Profibus State
0238 Profibus Node Address
0239 PROFINET State
0240
0249
0251
0252
0253
0254
0255
PROFINET Device Name
Braking Enable
Brake Resistance
Brake Rated Power
Brake Overrating
Braking Active
Autotune Enable
USINT
TRUE
100.00
0.10
25.00
0.000 to 65.000
Same as PNO 46
0.01 to 300.00
0.10 to 510.00
1.00 to 40.00
FALSE
0:STATIONARY
1:ROTATING
0:Stator Resistance
s
s
Ohms
kW
4
01007
01025
01029
01031
01033
01035
01037
ALWAYS TECHNICIAN 4
01039
ALWAYS TECHNICIAN 4
01041
AC30 Versatile Drive
Parameter Reference
Name
PNO
0258
0259
0260
0261
0274
0305
Autotune Test Disable.Stator Resistance
Autotune Test Disable.Leakage Inductance
Autotune Test Disable.Magnetising Current
Autotune Test Disable.Rotor Time Constant
Autotune Ramp Time
Current Limit
0307
0310
0311
0312
Regen Limit Enable
VHz Flying Start Enable
VC Flying Start Enable
Flying Start Mode
Path
Type
Default
Same as PNO 255
Same as PNO 255
Same as PNO 255
Same as PNO 255
Same as PNO 255
Advanced Setup::Motor Control::Control & Type
Parameters::Motor Control::Current Limit
Parameters::Motor Control::Current Limit
Parameters::Motor Control::Flycatching
Parameters::Motor Control::Flycatching
Parameters::Motor Control::Flycatching
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
TIME
REAL
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
10.000
150.0
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
USINT
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
0
Parameters::Motor Control::Flycatching
USINT
0
Parameters::Motor Control::Flycatching
Parameters::Motor Control::Flycatching
Parameters::Motor Control::Flycatching
Parameters::Motor Control::Flycatching
Parameters::Motor Control::Flycatching
Parameters::Motor Control::Inj Braking
Parameters::Motor Control::Inj Braking
Parameters::Motor Control::Inj Braking
Parameters::Motor Control::Inj Braking
Parameters::Motor Control::Inj Braking
Parameters::Motor Control::Inj Braking
Parameters::Motor Control::Inj Braking
Parameters::Motor Control::Inj Braking
Parameters::Motor Control::Motor Load
Parameters::Motor Control::Motor Load
Parameters::Motor Control::Motor Load
Parameters::Motor Control::Motor Load
Parameters::Motor Control::Motor Load
Parameters::Motor Control::Motor Load
Parameters::Motor Control::Motor Load
Parameters::Motor Control::Motor Load
Parameters::Motor Control::Motor Load
Parameters::Motor Control::Motor Load
Parameters::Motor Control::Motor Load
Parameters::Motor Control::Stack Inv Time
Parameters::Motor Control::Stack Inv Time
Parameters::Motor Control::Stack Inv Time
Parameters::Motor Control::Stack Inv Time
Parameters::Motor Control::Stack Inv Time
Parameters::Motor Control::Stack Inv Time
Parameters::Motor Control::Stack Inv Time
Parameters::Motor Control::Stack Inv Time
REAL
REAL
TIME
REAL
TIME
TIME
REAL
REAL
TIME
TIME
REAL
TIME
REAL
REAL
REAL
TIME
BOOL
BOOL
REAL
TIME
REAL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
REAL
REAL
TIME
REAL
TIME
REAL
REAL
TIME
9.0
40.0
3.000
5
2.000
0.500
9
100.0
2.000
1.000
3.0
90.000
100.00
0351 Inv Time Down Rate
Parameters::Motor Control::Stack Inv Time
TIME
0352 Inv Time Warning
0353 Inv Time Active
0354 Slip Compensatn Enable
Parameters::Motor Control::Stack Inv Time
Parameters::Motor Control::Stack Inv Time
Parameters::Motor Control::Slip Compensation
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
0313 Search Mode
0314
0315
0316
0317
0318
0324
0325
0326
0327
0328
0329
0330
0331
0332
0333
0334
0335
0336
0337
0338
0339
0340
0341
0342
0343
0344
0345
0346
0347
0348
0349
0350
Search Volts
Search Boost
Search Time
Min Search Speed
Flying Reflux Time
DC Inj Deflux Time
DC Inj Frequency
DC Inj Current Limit
DC Pulse Time
Final DC Pulse Time
DC Current Level
DC Inj Timeout
DC Inj Base Volts
100% Mot Current
Mot Inv Time Overl'd
Mot Inv Time Delay
Mot Inv Time Warning
Mot Inv Time Active
Mot Inv Time Output %
Mot I2T TC
Actual Mot I2T Output
Mot I2T Active
Mot I2T Warning
Mot I2T Enable
100% Stk Current
Long Overload Level
Long Overload Time
Short Overload Level
Short Overload Time
Inv Time Aiming Point
Inv Time Output
Inv Time Up Rate
AC30 Versatile Drive
Range
1:Leakage Inductance
2:Magnetising Current
3:Rotor Time Constant
1.000 to 1000.000
0.0 to 300.0
0:ALWAYS
1:TRIP OR POWER UP
2:TRIP
0:BIDIRECTIONAL
1:UNIDIRECTION
0.0 to 100.0
0.0 to 50.0
0.100 to 60.000
0 to 500
0.100 to 10.000
0.100 to 20.000
1 to 500
50.0 to 150.0
0.000 to 100.000
0.000 to 10.000
0.0 to 25.0
0.000 to 600.000
0.00 to 115.47
-3e+038 to 3e+038
-3e+038 to 3e+038
0.000 to 4294967.295
Units
s
%
%
%
s
Hz
s
s
Hz
%
s
s
%
s
%
%
s
-3e+038 to 3e+038
0.000 to 4294967.295
-3e+038 to 3e+038
%
s
%
5.000
0.0 to 1000.0
-3e+038 to 3e+038
0.000 to 4294967.295
-3e+038 to 3e+038
0.000 to 4294967.295
-3e+038 to 3e+038
0 to 500
0.000 to 120.000
A
%
s
%
s
%
%
s
5.000
0.000 to 120.000
s
TRUE
D-107
WQ
View
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
4
4
4
4
4
01043
01045
01047
01049
01075
01137
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ENGINEER
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
4
4
4
4
01141
01147
01149
01151
ALWAYS TECHNICIAN 4
01153
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
STOPPE
D
STOPPE
D
NOT
NOT
ALWAYS
01155
01157
01159
01161
01163
01175
01177
01179
01181
01183
01185
01187
01189
01191
01193
01195
01197
01199
01201
01203
01205
01207
01209
01211
01213
01215
01217
01219
01221
01223
01225
01227
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
OPERATOR
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
ENGINEER
Notes
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
MBus
ENGINEER
01229
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN 4
01231
01233
01235
D-108
Parameter Reference
Path
Parameters::Motor Control::Slip Compensation
Parameters::Motor Control::Slip Compensation
Parameters::Motor Control::Slew Rate
Parameters::Motor Control::Slew Rate
Parameters::Motor Control::Slew Rate
Parameters::Motor Control::Stabilisation
Parameters::Motor Control::Voltage Control
Type
REAL
REAL
BOOL
REAL
REAL
BOOL
USINT
Default
150
150
TRUE
500
500
TRUE
0
Parameters::Motor Control::Voltage Control
Advanced Monitor::Energy Meter
Parameters::Motor Control::Energy Meter
Same as PNO 380
Same as PNO 380
Monitor
Advanced Monitor::Energy Meter
Parameters::Motor Control::Energy Meter
Same as PNO 380
Parameters::Motor Control::Energy Meter
Parameters::Motor Control::Energy Meter
Advanced Setup::Motor Control::Control & Type
Parameters::Motor Control::Feedbacks
Advanced Monitor::Motor & Drive
Parameters::Motor Control::Feedbacks
Monitor
Advanced Monitor::Motor & Drive
Parameters::Motor Control::Feedbacks
Same as PNO 392
Control Screen
Monitor
Advanced Monitor::Motor & Drive
Parameters::Motor Control::Feedbacks
Same as PNO 392
Parameters::Motor Control::Feedbacks
Parameters::Motor Control::Feedbacks
Same as PNO 392
Same as PNO 392
Same as PNO 392
Same as PNO 392
Parameters::Motor Control::Feedbacks
Parameters::Motor Control::Feedbacks
Same as PNO 392
Same as PNO 392
Same as PNO 392
Parameters::Motor Control::Feedbacks
Parameters::Motor Control::Feedbacks
Parameters::Motor Control::Feedbacks
Parameters::Motor Control::Feedbacks
Parameters::Motor Control::Pattern Generator
REAL
REAL
100.00
0413 Random Pattern IM
0414 Deflux Delay
0415 Positive Torque Lim
0416 Negative Torque Lim
PNO
0356
0357
0360
0361
0362
0364
0371
Name
SLP Motoring Limit
SLP Regen Limit
Slew Rate Enable
Slew Rate Accel Limit
Slew Rate Decel Limit
Stabilisation Enable
Terminal Voltage Mode
0374 Motor Base Volts
0380 Power kW
0381 Power HP
0382 Reactive Power
0383 Energy kWHr
0385
0386
0389
0390
Power Factor
Power Factor Angle Est
Reset Energy Meter
Duty Selection
0392 DC Link Voltage
0393 Actual Speed RPM
0394 Actual Speed Hz
0395 Actual Speed Percent
0396
0397
0398
0399
0400
0401
0402
0403
0404
0405
0406
0407
0408
0409
0410
0411
0412
DC Link Volt Filtered
id
iq
Actual Torque
Actual Field Current
Motor Current Percent
Motor Current
100% Stack Current A
Stack Current (%)
Motor Terminal Volts
CM Temperature
Heatsink Temperature
Elec Rotor Speed
Heatsink OT Trip
Heatsink OT Warning
Heatsink Hot Warning
Stack Frequency
4
4
MBus
01239
01241
01247
01249
01251
01255
01269
%
kW
ALWAYS TECHNICIAN 4
NOT
TECHNICIAN
01275
01287
-3.4e+038 to 3.4e+038
-3.4e+038 to 3.4e+038
-3.4e+038 to 3.4e+038
HP
kVAr
kWHr
NOT
NOT
NOT
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
01289
01291
01293
-3.4e+038 to 3.4e+038
-3.4e+038 to 3.4e+038
deg
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN 2
TECHNICIAN
01297
01299
01305
01307
REAL
0:HEAVY DUTY
1:NORMAL DUTY
-3e+038 to 3e+038
V
NOT
NOT
ALWAYS
STOPPE
D
NOT
TECHNICIAN
01311
REAL
-3.4e+038 to 3.4e+038
RPM
NOT
TECHNICIAN
01313
REAL
REAL
-3.4e+038 to 3.4e+038
-3.4e+038 to 3.4e+038
Hz
%
NOT
NOT
TECHNICIAN
OPERATOR
01315
01317
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
4.00
-3e+038 to 3e+038
-3e+038 to 3e+038
-3e+038 to 3e+038
-3e+038 to 3e+038
-3e+038 to 3e+038
-3e+038 to 3e+038
-3e+038 to 3e+038
-3e+038 to 3e+038
-3e+038 to 3e+038
-3e+038 to 3e+038
-3e+038 to 3e+038
-3e+038 to 3e+038
-3e+038 to 3e+038
0.0 to 200.0
0.0 to 200.0
0.0 to 200.0
2.00 to 16.00
V
%
%
%
%
%
A
A
%
V
C
C
Hz
C
C
C
kHz
TECHNICIAN
ENGINEER
ENGINEER
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN 3
TECHNICIAN
ENGINEER
ENGINEER
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
ENGINEER
01319
01321
01323
01325
01327
01329
01331
01333
01335
01337
01339
01341
01343
01345
01347
01349
01351
Parameters::Motor Control::Pattern Generator
BOOL
TRUE
ENGINEER
01353
Parameters::Motor Control::Pattern Generator
TIME
1.000
0.000 to 10.000
s
Parameters::Motor Control::Torque Limit
Parameters::Motor Control::Torque Limit
REAL
REAL
150.0
-150.0
-300.0 to 300.0
-300.0 to 300.0
%
%
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
STOPPE
D
STOPPE
D
STOPPE
D
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
0 to 600
0 to 600
Range
Units
RPM
RPM
1 to 1200
1 to 1200
Hz/s
Hz/s
0:NONE
1:FIXED
2:AUTOMATIC
0.00 to 115.47
-3.4e+038 to 3.4e+038
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
BOOL
USINT
FALSE
1
WQ
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
View
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
Notes
4
4
4
ENGINEER
01355
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
01357
01359
AC30 Versatile Drive
Parameter Reference
Path
Advanced Setup::Motor Control::Control & Type
Parameters::Motor Control::Torque Limit
Parameters::Motor Control::Torque Limit
Parameters::Motor Control::Torque Limit
Advanced Monitor::Motor & Drive
Parameters::Motor Control::Torque Limit
Same as PNO 420
Advanced Setup::Motor Control::Control & Type
Parameters::Motor Control::Fluxing VHz
Type
REAL
Default
150.0
Units
%
WQ
View
ALWAYS TECHNICIAN
REAL
BOOL
REAL
150.0
FALSE
0.0 to 300.0
%
-3e+038 to 3e+038
%
ALWAYS TECHNICIAN
ALWAYS TECHNICIAN
NOT
TECHNICIAN
01363
01365
01367
-3e+038 to 3e+038
0:LINEAR LAW
1:FAN LAW
2:USER DEFINED
%
NOT
TECHNICIAN
STOPPE TECHNICIAN 4
D
01369
01371
0423 VHz User Freq
Parameters::Motor Control::Fluxing VHz
ARRAY[0..10]
01373
0.0
0.0 to 100.0
%
REAL
10.0
0.0 to 100.0
%
Parameters::Motor Control::Fluxing VHz
REAL
20.0
0.0 to 100.0
%
0427 VHz User Freq[3]
Parameters::Motor Control::Fluxing VHz
REAL
30.0
0.0 to 100.0
%
0428 VHz User Freq[4]
Parameters::Motor Control::Fluxing VHz
REAL
40.0
0.0 to 100.0
%
0429 VHz User Freq[5]
Parameters::Motor Control::Fluxing VHz
REAL
50.0
0.0 to 100.0
%
0430 VHz User Freq[6]
Parameters::Motor Control::Fluxing VHz
REAL
60.0
0.0 to 100.0
%
0431 VHz User Freq[7]
Parameters::Motor Control::Fluxing VHz
REAL
70.0
0.0 to 100.0
%
0432 VHz User Freq[8]
Parameters::Motor Control::Fluxing VHz
REAL
80.0
0.0 to 100.0
%
0433 VHz User Freq[9]
Parameters::Motor Control::Fluxing VHz
REAL
90.0
0.0 to 100.0
%
0434 VHz User Freq[10]
Parameters::Motor Control::Fluxing VHz
REAL
100.0
0.0 to 100.0
%
0435 VHz User Volts
Parameters::Motor Control::Fluxing VHz
ARRAY[0..10]
0436 VHz User Volts[0]
Parameters::Motor Control::Fluxing VHz
REAL
0.0
0.0 to 100.0
%
0437 VHz User Volts[1]
Parameters::Motor Control::Fluxing VHz
REAL
10.0
0.0 to 100.0
%
0438 VHz User Volts[2]
Parameters::Motor Control::Fluxing VHz
REAL
20.0
0.0 to 100.0
%
0439 VHz User Volts[3]
Parameters::Motor Control::Fluxing VHz
REAL
30.0
0.0 to 100.0
%
0440 VHz User Volts[4]
Parameters::Motor Control::Fluxing VHz
REAL
40.0
0.0 to 100.0
%
0441 VHz User Volts[5]
Parameters::Motor Control::Fluxing VHz
REAL
50.0
0.0 to 100.0
%
0442 VHz User Volts[6]
Parameters::Motor Control::Fluxing VHz
REAL
60.0
0.0 to 100.0
%
0443 VHz User Volts[7]
Parameters::Motor Control::Fluxing VHz
REAL
70.0
0.0 to 100.0
%
0444 VHz User Volts[8]
Parameters::Motor Control::Fluxing VHz
REAL
80.0
0.0 to 100.0
%
0445 VHz User Volts[9]
Parameters::Motor Control::Fluxing VHz
REAL
90.0
0.0 to 100.0
%
0446 VHz User Volts[10]
Parameters::Motor Control::Fluxing VHz
REAL
100.0
0.0 to 100.0
%
STOPPE
D
STOPPE
D
STOPPE
D
STOPPE
D
STOPPE
D
STOPPE
D
STOPPE
D
STOPPE
D
STOPPE
D
STOPPE
D
STOPPE
D
STOPPE
D
STOPPE
D
STOPPE
D
STOPPE
D
STOPPE
D
STOPPE
D
STOPPE
D
STOPPE
D
STOPPE
D
STOPPE
D
STOPPE
D
STOPPE
D
STOPPE
0424 VHz User Freq[0]
Parameters::Motor Control::Fluxing VHz
REAL
0425 VHz User Freq[1]
Parameters::Motor Control::Fluxing VHz
0426 VHz User Freq[2]
PNO
0417 Main Torque Lim
Name
0418 Fast Stop Torque Lim
0419 Symmetric Torque Lim
0420 Actual Pos Torque Lim
0421 Actual Neg Torque Lim
0422 VHz Shape
AC30 Versatile Drive
REAL
USINT
0
0.0 to 300.0
Range
D-109
Notes
ENGINEER
MBus
01361
ENGINEER
4
01375
ENGINEER
4
01377
ENGINEER
4
01379
ENGINEER
4
01381
ENGINEER
4
01383
ENGINEER
4
01385
ENGINEER
4
01387
ENGINEER
4
01389
ENGINEER
4
01391
ENGINEER
4
01393
ENGINEER
4
01395
ENGINEER
01397
ENGINEER
4
01399
ENGINEER
4
01401
ENGINEER
4
01403
ENGINEER
4
01405
ENGINEER
4
01407
ENGINEER
4
01409
ENGINEER
4
01411
ENGINEER
4
01413
ENGINEER
4
01415
ENGINEER
4
01417
ENGINEER
4
01419
D-110
Parameter Reference
Name
PNO
Type
Default
Range
Units
REAL
REAL
REAL
BOOL
REAL
0.0
0.0
0.0
FALSE
1.00
0.0 to 5.0
0.0 to 25.0
0.0 to 25.0
%
%
%
0.00 to 10000.00
A
0456 Base Voltage
Same as PNO 422
Parameters::Motor Control::Fluxing VHz
Parameters::Motor Control::Fluxing VHz
Parameters::Motor Control::Fluxing VHz
Advanced Setup::Motor Control::Motor Nameplate
Parameters::Motor Control::Motor Nameplate
Same as PNO 455
REAL
400.00
0.00 to 1000.00
V
0457 Base Frequency
Same as PNO 455
REAL
50.00
0.00 to 1000.00
Hz
0458 Motor Poles
Same as PNO 455
INT
4,
2 to 1000
0459 Nameplate Speed
Same as PNO 455
REAL
1420.00
0.00 to 30000.00
RPM
0460 Motor Power
Same as PNO 455
REAL
2.20
0.00 to 3000.00
kW
0461 Power Factor
Same as PNO 455
REAL
0.79
0.00 to 1.00
0464 100% Speed in RPM
Advanced Setup::Motor Control::Control & Type
Parameters::Motor Control::Scale Setpoint
Parameters::Motor Control::PMAC SVC
Parameters::Motor Control::PMAC SVC
Parameters::Motor Control::PMAC SVC
Parameters::Motor Control::PMAC SVC
Parameters::Motor Control::PMAC SVC
Parameters::Motor Control::PMAC SVC
Parameters::Motor Control::PMAC SVC
Parameters::Motor Control::PMAC SVC
Advanced Setup::Motor Control::Control & Type
Parameters::Motor Control::Ramp
REAL
1500.0
0.0 to 20000.0
RPM
BOOL
REAL
REAL
REAL
BOOL
TIME
REAL
REAL
USINT
TRUE
60.00
1.00
20.00
TRUE
0.500
10.0
5
0
0.00 to 10000.00
0.00 to 10000.00
0.00 to 10000.00
Hz
s
%
%
Parameters::Motor Control::Ramp
USINT
0
Same as PNO 484
Same as PNO 484
Parameters::Motor Control::Ramp
Parameters::Motor Control::Ramp
Parameters::Motor Control::Ramp
Parameters::Motor Control::Ramp
Parameters::Motor Control::Ramp
Parameters::Motor Control::Ramp
Parameters::Motor Control::Ramp
Parameters::Motor Control::Ramp
Parameters::Motor Control::Ramp
Parameters::Motor Control::Ramp
Parameters::Motor Control::Ramp
Parameters::Motor Control::Ramp
Parameters::Motor Control::Ramp
Parameters::Motor Control::Ramp
Parameters::Motor Control::Ramp
Parameters::Motor Control::Ramp
Same as PNO 484
Parameters::Motor Control::Ramp
Parameters::Motor Control::Ramp
TIME
TIME
BOOL
TIME
BOOL
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
BOOL
BOOL
REAL
REAL
REAL
TIME
TIME
TIME
REAL
TIME
10.000
10.000
FALSE
10.000
FALSE
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
FALSE
0.000 to 1000.000
0.0 to 200.0
0 to 200
0:DISABLED VOLTAGE
1:RAMP
2:STOP RAMP
3:DC INJECTION
0:LINEAR
1:S RAMP
0.000 to 3000.000
0.000 to 3000.000
0.000 to 3000.000
s
0.0 to 100.0
0.0 to 100.0
0.0 to 100.0
0.0 to 100.0
0.0 to 100.0
0.0 to 100.0
%/s^2
%/s^2
%/s^3
%/s^3
%/s^3
%/s^3
-3e+038 to 3e+038
-3e+038 to 3e+038
0.0 to 100.0
0.000 to 3000.000
0.000 to 3000.000
0.000 to 600.000
0.0 to 100.0
0.000 to 30.000
%
%
%
s
s
s
%
s
0447
0448
0450
0451
0455
0467
0468
0469
0470
0476
0477
0478
0479
0484
Fixed Boost
Auto Boost
Acceleration Boost
Energy Saving Enable
Rated Motor Current
Path
PM SVC Auto Values
PM SVC LPF Speed Hz
PM SVC P Gain
PM SVC I Gain Hz
PM SVC Open Loop Strt
PM SVC Start Time
PM SVC Start Cur
PM SVC Start Speed
Seq Stop Method VHz
0485 Ramp Type
0486
0487
0488
0489
0490
0491
0492
0493
0494
0495
0496
0497
0498
0499
0500
0501
0502
0503
0504
0505
0506
Accel Time
Decel Time
Symmetric Mode
Symmetric Time
Sramp Continuous
Sramp Acceleration
Sramp Deceleration
Sramp Jerk 1
Sramp Jerk 2
Sramp Jerk 3
Sramp Jerk 4
Ramp Hold
Ramping Active
Ramp Spd Setpoint Input
Ramp Speed Output
Jog Setpoint
Jog Acceleration Time
Jog Deceleration Time
Stop Mode Ramp Time
Zero Speed Threshold
Zero Speed Stop Delay
10.0
1.000
1.000
10.000
0.1
0.500
Hz
s
s
WQ
D
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
STOPPE
D
STOPPE
D
STOPPE
D
STOPPE
D
STOPPE
D
STOPPE
D
STOPPE
D
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
View
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
Notes
MBus
4
4
4
4
4
01421
01423
01427
01429
01437
TECHNICIAN 4
01439
TECHNICIAN 4
01441
TECHNICIAN 4
01443
TECHNICIAN 4
01445
TECHNICIAN 4
01447
TECHNICIAN 4
01449
TECHNICIAN
01455
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
01461
01463
01465
01467
01479
01481
01483
01485
01495
ALWAYS TECHNICIAN
01497
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
NOT
NOT
NOT
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
01499
01501
01503
01505
01507
01509
01511
01513
01515
01517
01519
01521
01523
01525
01527
01529
01531
01533
01535
01537
01539
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
OPERATOR
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
AC30 Versatile Drive
Parameter Reference
Type
TIME
TIME
REAL
USINT
Default
30.000
0.100
1200
0
0512 Control Strategy
Path
Parameters::Motor Control::Ramp
Parameters::Motor Control::Ramp
Parameters::Motor Control::Ramp
Advanced Setup::Motor Control::Control & Type
Parameters::Motor Control::Control Mode
Same as PNO 511
USINT
0
0513 Generic Encoder Option
Parameters::Motor Control::Control Mode
USINT
1
0514 Control Level
Parameters::Motor Control::Control Mode
USINT
1
PNO
0507
0508
0509
0511
Name
Quick Stop Time Limit
Quick Stop Time
Final Stop Rate
Motor Type
Range
0.000 to 3000.000
0.000 to 600.000
1 to 4800
0:INDUCTION MOTOR
1:PMAC MOTOR
0:VOLTS - HERTZ CONTROL
1:VECTOR CONTROL
0:NONE
1:ESTIMATOR
2:GPIO ENCODER
3:SLOT 1
4:SLOT 2
0:POSITION LOOP
1:SPEED LOOP
2:TORQUE LOOP
3:CURRENT LOOP
4:VOLTAGE LOOP
0.00 to 3000.00
0.001 to 1.500
Units
s
s
Hz/s
WQ
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
D-111
View
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
01551
ALWAYS ENGINEER
4
01553
ALWAYS ENGINEER
4
01555
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
01557
01559
01561
01563
01565
01567
01569
01573
01575
01577
01579
01581
01583
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
ALWAYS
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
01585
01587
01589
01593
01595
01597
01599
01637
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
ENGINEER
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
01639
01641
01643
01645
01647
01649
01651
01653
01655
01657
01663
4
4
01665
01667
Speed Loop Pgain
Speed Loop I Time
Speed Loop Int Defeat
Speed Loop Int Preset
Spd Loop Dmd Filt TC
Spd Loop Fbk Filt TC
Spd Loop Aux Torq Dmd
Spd Loop Adapt Thres
Spd Loop Adapt Pgain
Spd Demand Pos Lim
Spd Demand Neg Lim
Sel Torq Ctrl Only
Direct Input Select
Parameters::Motor Control::Spd Loop Settings
Parameters::Motor Control::Spd Loop Settings
Parameters::Motor Control::Spd Loop Settings
Parameters::Motor Control::Spd Loop Settings
Parameters::Motor Control::Spd Loop Settings
Parameters::Motor Control::Spd Loop Settings
Parameters::Motor Control::Spd Loop Settings
Parameters::Motor Control::Spd Loop Settings
Parameters::Motor Control::Spd Loop Settings
Parameters::Motor Control::Spd Loop Settings
Parameters::Motor Control::Spd Loop Settings
Parameters::Motor Control::Spd Loop Settings
Parameters::Motor Control::Spd Direct Input
REAL
TIME
BOOL
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
BOOL
USINT
20.00
0.100
FALSE
0
0.0
0.0
0.00
0.00
20.00
110.00
-110.00
FALSE
0
0529
0530
0531
0533
0534
0535
0536
0555
Direct Input Ratio
Direct Input Pos Lim
Direct Input Neg Lim
Total Spd Demand RPM
Total Spd Demand %
Speed Loop Error
Speed PI Output
PM Max Speed
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
1.0000
110.00
-110.00
3000
0556
0557
0558
0559
0560
0561
0562
0563
0564
0565
0568
PM Max Current
PM Rated Current
PM Rated Torque
PM Motor Poles
PM Back EMF KE
PM Winding Res
PM Winding Induc
PM Torque Const KT
PM Motor Inertia
PM Therm Time Cnst
Magnetising Current
Parameters::Motor Control::Spd Direct Input
Parameters::Motor Control::Spd Direct Input
Parameters::Motor Control::Spd Direct Input
Parameters::Motor Control::Spd Loop Diagnostics
Parameters::Motor Control::Spd Loop Diagnostics
Parameters::Motor Control::Spd Loop Diagnostics
Parameters::Motor Control::Spd Loop Diagnostics
Advanced Setup::Motor Control::Motor Data PMAC
Parameters::Motor Control::PMAC Motor Data
Same as PNO 555
Same as PNO 555
Same as PNO 555
Same as PNO 555
Same as PNO 555
Same as PNO 555
Same as PNO 555
Same as PNO 555
Same as PNO 555
Same as PNO 555
Advanced Setup::Motor Control::Induction Motor
Data
Parameters::Motor Control::Induction Motor Data
Same as PNO 568
Same as PNO 568
0:NONE
1:ANIN1
2:ANIN2
-10.0000 to 10.0000
-110.00 to 110.00
-110.00 to 110.00
-3.4e+038 to 3.4e+038
-3.4e+038 to 3.4e+038
-3.4e+038 to 3.4e+038
-3.4e+038 to 3.4e+038
0 to 30000
REAL
REAL
REAL
UINT
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
TIME
REAL
4.50
4.50
4.50
10
60.0
6.580
20.00
1.00
0.00100
62.000
1.00
0.00 to 5000.00
0.00 to 5000.00
0.00 to 30000.00
0 to 400
0.0 to 30000.0
0.000 to 50.000
0.00 to 1000.00
0.00 to 10000.00
0.00000 to 100.00000
0.000 to 10000.000
0.00 to 10000.00
A
A
Nm
V
Ohms
mH
Nm/A
kgm2
s
A
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
TIME
REAL
0.100
1.000
0.005 to 100.000
0.000 to 1000.000
s
mH
ALWAYS ENGINEER
ALWAYS ENGINEER
0569 Rotor Time Constant
0570 Leakage Inductance
AC30 Versatile Drive
-3e+038 to 3e+038
0.0 to 15.0
0.0 to 15.0
-300.00 to 300.00
0.00 to 10.00
0.00 to 300.00
-110.00 to 110.00
-110.00 to 110.00
ms
ms
%
%
%
%
%
%
RPM
%
%
%
RPM
MBus
01541
01543
01545
01549
ALWAYS TECHNICIAN 4
0515
0516
0517
0518
0519
0520
0521
0523
0524
0525
0526
0527
0528
s
Notes
D-112
PNO
0571
0572
0591
0592
Parameter Reference
Stator Resistance
Mutual Inductance
Local
Local Reference
Name
0610 App Control Word
Path
Same as PNO 568
Same as PNO 568
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
Control Screen
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
Type
REAL
REAL
BOOL
REAL
Default
0.00
100.00
FALSE
0.00
Range
0.00 to 100.00
0.00 to 10000.00
Units
Ohms
mH
0.00 to 100.00
%
WORD
0000
0:SWITCH ON
1:ENABLE VOLTAGE
2:NOT QUICK STOP
3:ENABLE OPERATION
7:RESET TRIP
9:USE JOG REFERENCE
11:REVERSE DIRECTION
12:AUTO INITIALISE
14:REMOTE CONTROL
15:REMOTE REFERENCE
0611
0612
0613
0614
0618
0620
0622
0623
0625
0626
0627
App Control Word.SWITCH ON
App Control Word.ENABLE VOLTAGE
App Control Word.NOT QUICK STOP
App Control Word.ENABLE OPERATION
App Control Word.RESET TRIP
App Control Word.USE JOG REFERENCE
App Control Word.REVERSE DIRECTION
App Control Word.AUTO INITIALISE
App Control Word.REMOTE CONTROL
App Control Word.REMOTE REFERENCE
Comms Control Word
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
WORD
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
0000
0628
0629
0630
0631
0635
0637
0639
0640
0642
0643
0644
Comms Control Word.SWITCH ON
Comms Control Word.ENABLE VOLTAGE
Comms Control Word.NOT QUICK STOP
Comms Control Word.ENABLE OPERATION
Comms Control Word.RESET TRIP
Comms Control Word.USE JOG REFERENCE
Comms Control Word.REVERSE DIRECTION
Comms Control Word.AUTO INITIALISE
Comms Control Word.REMOTE CONTROL
Comms Control Word.REMOTE REFERENCE
Control Word
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
WORD
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
BOOL
BOOL
0645 Control Word.SWITCH ON
0646 Control Word.ENABLE VOLTAGE
0:SWITCH ON
1:ENABLE VOLTAGE
2:NOT QUICK STOP
3:ENABLE OPERATION
7:RESET TRIP
9:USE JOG REFERENCE
11:REVERSE DIRECTION
12:AUTO INITIALISE
14:REMOTE CONTROL
15:REMOTE REFERENCE
0:SWITCH ON
1:ENABLE VOLTAGE
2:NOT QUICK STOP
3:ENABLE OPERATION
7:RESET TRIP
9:USE JOG REFERENCE
11:REVERSE DIRECTION
12:AUTO INITIALISE
14:REMOTE CONTROL
15:REMOTE REFERENCE
WQ
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
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TECHNICIAN
OPERATOR
Notes
4
4
1
4
MBus
01669
01671
01709
01711
ALWAYS ENGINEER
2
01747
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ENGINEER
ENGINEER
ENGINEER
ENGINEER
ENGINEER
ENGINEER
ENGINEER
ENGINEER
ENGINEER
ENGINEER
TECHNICIAN
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
01749
01751
01753
01755
01763
01767
01771
01773
01777
01779
01781
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
NOT
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
01783
01785
01787
01789
01797
01801
01805
01807
01811
01813
01815
NOT
NOT
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
01817
01819
AC30 Versatile Drive
Parameter Reference
PNO
0647
0648
0652
0654
0656
0657
0659
0660
0661
Name
Control Word.NOT QUICK STOP
Control Word.ENABLE OPERATION
Control Word.RESET TRIP
Control Word.USE JOG REFERENCE
Control Word.REVERSE DIRECTION
Control Word.AUTO INITIALISE
Control Word.REMOTE CONTROL
Control Word.REMOTE REFERENCE
Status Word
Path
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
Type
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
WORD
0662
0663
0664
0665
0666
0667
0668
0670
0671
0675
0676
0677
0678
Status Word.READY TO SWITCH ON
Status Word.SWITCHED ON
Status Word.OPERATION ENABLED
Status Word.FAULTED
Status Word.VOLTAGE ENABLED
Status Word.QUICK STOP DISABLED
Status Word.SWITCH ON DISABLED
Status Word.CONTROL FROM NET
Status Word.REFERENCE FROM NET
Status Word.JOG OPERATION
Status Word.REVERSE OPERATION
Status Word.STOPPING
Sequencing State
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
USINT
0679
0680
0681
0682
0689
0690
0691
0692
0693
0694
0696
Switch On Timeout
App Reference
Comms Reference
Reference
PM Flycatching Enable
PM Fly Search Mode
PM Fly Search Time
PM Fly Load Level
PM Fly Active
PM Fly Setpoint
First Trip
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
Parameters::Motor Control::Sequencing
Parameters::Motor Control::PMAC Flycatching
Parameters::Motor Control::PMAC Flycatching
Parameters::Motor Control::PMAC Flycatching
Parameters::Motor Control::PMAC Flycatching
Parameters::Motor Control::PMAC Flycatching
Parameters::Motor Control::PMAC Flycatching
Monitor
Advanced Monitor::Trips
Parameters::Trips::Trips Status
TIME
REAL
REAL
REAL
BOOL
USINT
TIME
REAL
BOOL
REAL
USINT
AC30 Versatile Drive
Default
Range
Units
0:READY TO SWITCH ON
1:SWITCHED ON
2:OPERATION ENABLED
3:FAULTED
4:VOLTAGE ENABLED
5:QUICK STOP DISABLED
6:SWITCH ON DISABLED
8:CONTROL FROM NET
9:REFERENCE FROM NET
13:JOG OPERATION
14:REVERSE OPERATION
15:STOPPING
0.000
0.00
0.00
FALSE
0
0.200
5.0
0:NOT READY TO SWITCH ON
1:SWITCH ON DISABLED
2:READY TO SWITCH ON
3:SWITCHED ON
4:OPERATION ENABLED
5:QUICKSTOP ACTIVE
6:FAULT REACTION ACTIVE
7:FAULTED
0.000 to 100.000
-110.00 to 110.00
-110.00 to 110.00
-110.00 to 110.00
s
%
%
%
Same as PNO 312
0.100 to 60.000
-50.0 to 50.0
s
%
-3e+038 to 3e+038
0:NONE
1:OVER VOLTAGE
2:UNDER VOLTAGE
3:OVER CURRENT
4:STACK FAULT
5:STACK OVER CURRENT
6:CURRENT LIMIT
Hz
D-113
WQ
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
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TECHNICIAN
Notes
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
01851
01853
01855
01857
01859
01861
01863
01867
01869
01877
01879
01881
01883
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
NOT
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
NOT
NOT
NOT
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
OPERATOR
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
OPERATOR
01885
01887
01889
01891
01905
01907
01909
01911
01913
01915
01919
4
4
4
4
4
4
MBus
01821
01823
01831
01835
01839
01841
01845
01847
01849
D-114
Parameter Reference
Name
PNO
0697 Enable 1 - 32
0698
0699
0700
0701
0702
0703
0704
0705
Enable
Enable
Enable
Enable
Enable
Enable
Enable
Enable
1 - 32.OVER VOLTAGE
1 - 32.UNDER VOLTAGE
1 - 32.OVER CURRENT
1 - 32.STACK FAULT
1 - 32.STACK OVER CURRENT
1 - 32.CURRENT LIMIT
1 - 32.MOTOR STALL
1 - 32.INVERSE TIME
Path
Type
Default
Parameters::Trips::Trips Status
DWORD
0000FF7F
Parameters::Trips::Trips Status
Parameters::Trips::Trips Status
Parameters::Trips::Trips Status
Parameters::Trips::Trips Status
Parameters::Trips::Trips Status
Parameters::Trips::Trips Status
Parameters::Trips::Trips Status
Parameters::Trips::Trips Status
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
Range
7:MOTOR STALL
8:INVERSE TIME
9:MOTOR I2T
10:LOW SPEED I
11:HEATSINK OVERTEMP
12:AMBIENT OVERTEMP
13:MOTOR OVERTEMP
14:EXTERNAL TRIP
15:BRAKE SHORT CCT
16:BRAKE RESISTOR
17:BRAKE SWITCH
18:LOCAL CONTROL
19:COMMS BREAK
20:LINE CONTACTOR
21:PHASE FAIL
22:VDC RIPPLE
23:BASE MODBUS BREAK
24:24V OVERLOAD
25:PMAC SPEED ERROR
26:OVERSPEED
27:SAFE TORQUE OFF
28:INTERNAL FAULT
0:OVER VOLTAGE
1:UNDER VOLTAGE
2:OVER CURRENT
3:STACK FAULT
4:STACK OVER CURRENT
5:CURRENT LIMIT
6:MOTOR STALL
7:INVERSE TIME
8:MOTOR I2T
9:LOW SPEED I
10:HEATSINK OVERTEMP
11:AMBIENT OVERTEMP
12:MOTOR OVERTEMP
13:EXTERNAL TRIP
14:BRAKE SHORT CCT
15:BRAKE RESISTOR
16:BRAKE SWITCH
17:LOCAL CONTROL
18:COMMS BREAK
19:LINE CONTACTOR
20:PHASE FAIL
21:VDC RIPPLE
22:BASE MODBUS BREAK
23:24V OVERLOAD
24:PMAC SPEED ERROR
25:OVERSPEED
26:SAFE TORQUE OFF
27:INTERNAL FAULT
Units
WQ
View
Notes
MBus
ALWAYS TECHNICIAN
01921
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
01923
01925
01927
01929
01931
01933
01935
01937
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
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TECHNICIAN
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TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
AC30 Versatile Drive
Parameter Reference
PNO
0706
0707
0708
0709
0710
0711
0712
0713
0714
0715
0716
0717
0718
0719
0720
0721
0722
0723
0724
0725
0763
Name
Enable 1 - 32.MOTOR I2T
Enable 1 - 32.LOW SPEED I
Enable 1 - 32.HEATSINK OVERTEMP
Enable 1 - 32.AMBIENT OVERTEMP
Enable 1 - 32.MOTOR OVERTEMP
Enable 1 - 32.EXTERNAL TRIP
Enable 1 - 32.BRAKE SHORT CCT
Enable 1 - 32.BRAKE RESISTOR
Enable 1 - 32.BRAKE SWITCH
Enable 1 - 32.LOCAL CONTROL
Enable 1 - 32.COMMS BREAK
Enable 1 - 32.LINE CONTACTOR
Enable 1 - 32.PHASE FAIL
Enable 1 - 32.VDC RIPPLE
Enable 1 - 32.BASE MODBUS BREAK
Enable 1 - 32.24V OVERLOAD
Enable 1 - 32.PMAC SPEED ERROR
Enable 1 - 32.OVERSPEED
Enable 1 - 32.SAFE TORQUE OFF
Enable 1 - 32.INTERNAL FAULT
Active 1 - 32
Path
Parameters::Trips::Trips Status
Parameters::Trips::Trips Status
Parameters::Trips::Trips Status
Parameters::Trips::Trips Status
Parameters::Trips::Trips Status
Parameters::Trips::Trips Status
Parameters::Trips::Trips Status
Parameters::Trips::Trips Status
Parameters::Trips::Trips Status
Parameters::Trips::Trips Status
Parameters::Trips::Trips Status
Parameters::Trips::Trips Status
Parameters::Trips::Trips Status
Parameters::Trips::Trips Status
Parameters::Trips::Trips Status
Parameters::Trips::Trips Status
Parameters::Trips::Trips Status
Parameters::Trips::Trips Status
Parameters::Trips::Trips Status
Parameters::Trips::Trips Status
Advanced Monitor::Trips
Parameters::Trips::Trips Status
Type
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
DWORD
0764
0765
0766
0767
0768
0769
0770
0771
0772
Active
Active
Active
Active
Active
Active
Active
Active
Active
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
1 - 32.OVER VOLTAGE
1 - 32.UNDER VOLTAGE
1 - 32.OVER CURRENT
1 - 32.STACK FAULT
1 - 32.STACK OVER CURRENT
1 - 32.CURRENT LIMIT
1 - 32.MOTOR STALL
1 - 32.INVERSE TIME
1 - 32.MOTOR I2T
AC30 Versatile Drive
Default
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
Range
0:OVER VOLTAGE
1:UNDER VOLTAGE
2:OVER CURRENT
3:STACK FAULT
4:STACK OVER CURRENT
5:CURRENT LIMIT
6:MOTOR STALL
7:INVERSE TIME
8:MOTOR I2T
9:LOW SPEED I
10:HEATSINK OVERTEMP
11:AMBIENT OVERTEMP
12:MOTOR OVERTEMP
13:EXTERNAL TRIP
14:BRAKE SHORT CCT
15:BRAKE RESISTOR
16:BRAKE SWITCH
17:LOCAL CONTROL
18:COMMS BREAK
19:LINE CONTACTOR
20:PHASE FAIL
21:VDC RIPPLE
22:BASE MODBUS BREAK
23:24V OVERLOAD
24:PMAC SPEED ERROR
25:OVERSPEED
26:SAFE TORQUE OFF
27:INTERNAL FAULT
Units
D-115
WQ
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
NOT
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TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
OPERATOR
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
Notes
MBus
01939
01941
01943
01945
01947
01949
01951
01953
01955
01957
01959
01961
01963
01965
01967
01969
01971
01973
01975
01977
02053
02055
02057
02059
02061
02063
02065
02067
02069
02071
D-116
Parameter Reference
PNO
0773
0774
0775
0776
0777
0778
0779
0780
0781
0782
0783
0784
0785
0786
0787
0788
0789
0790
0791
0829
Name
Active 1 - 32.LOW SPEED I
Active 1 - 32.HEATSINK OVERTEMP
Active 1 - 32.AMBIENT OVERTEMP
Active 1 - 32.MOTOR OVERTEMP
Active 1 - 32.EXTERNAL TRIP
Active 1 - 32.BRAKE SHORT CCT
Active 1 - 32.BRAKE RESISTOR
Active 1 - 32.BRAKE SWITCH
Active 1 - 32.LOCAL CONTROL
Active 1 - 32.COMMS BREAK
Active 1 - 32.LINE CONTACTOR
Active 1 - 32.PHASE FAIL
Active 1 - 32.VDC RIPPLE
Active 1 - 32.BASE MODBUS BREAK
Active 1 - 32.24V OVERLOAD
Active 1 - 32.PMAC SPEED ERROR
Active 1 - 32.OVERSPEED
Active 1 - 32.SAFE TORQUE OFF
Active 1 - 32.INTERNAL FAULT
Warnings 1 - 32
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
0830
0831
0832
0833
0834
0835
0836
0837
0838
0839
Warnings
Warnings
Warnings
Warnings
Warnings
Warnings
Warnings
Warnings
Warnings
Warnings
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
1 - 32.OVER VOLTAGE
1 - 32.UNDER VOLTAGE
1 - 32.OVER CURRENT
1 - 32.STACK FAULT
1 - 32.STACK OVER CURRENT
1 - 32.CURRENT LIMIT
1 - 32.MOTOR STALL
1 - 32.INVERSE TIME
1 - 32.MOTOR I2T
1 - 32.LOW SPEED I
Path
Type
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
DWORD
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
Default
Range
0:OVER VOLTAGE
1:UNDER VOLTAGE
2:OVER CURRENT
3:STACK FAULT
4:STACK OVER CURRENT
5:CURRENT LIMIT
6:MOTOR STALL
7:INVERSE TIME
8:MOTOR I2T
9:LOW SPEED I
10:HEATSINK OVERTEMP
11:AMBIENT OVERTEMP
12:MOTOR OVERTEMP
13:EXTERNAL TRIP
14:BRAKE SHORT CCT
15:BRAKE RESISTOR
16:BRAKE SWITCH
17:LOCAL CONTROL
18:COMMS BREAK
19:LINE CONTACTOR
20:PHASE FAIL
21:VDC RIPPLE
22:BASE MODBUS BREAK
23:24V OVERLOAD
24:PMAC SPEED ERROR
25:OVERSPEED
26:SAFE TORQUE OFF
27:INTERNAL FAULT
Units
WQ
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
View
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
Notes
MBus
02073
02075
02077
02079
02081
02083
02085
02087
02089
02091
02093
02095
02097
02099
02101
02103
02105
02107
02109
02185
02187
02189
02191
02193
02195
02197
02199
02201
02203
02205
AC30 Versatile Drive
Parameter Reference
PNO
0840
0841
0842
0843
0844
0845
0846
0847
0848
0849
0850
0851
0852
0853
0854
0855
0856
0857
0895
Name
Warnings 1 - 32.HEATSINK OVERTEMP
Warnings 1 - 32.AMBIENT OVERTEMP
Warnings 1 - 32.MOTOR OVERTEMP
Warnings 1 - 32.EXTERNAL TRIP
Warnings 1 - 32.BRAKE SHORT CCT
Warnings 1 - 32.BRAKE RESISTOR
Warnings 1 - 32.BRAKE SWITCH
Warnings 1 - 32.LOCAL CONTROL
Warnings 1 - 32.COMMS BREAK
Warnings 1 - 32.LINE CONTACTOR
Warnings 1 - 32.PHASE FAIL
Warnings 1 - 32.VDC RIPPLE
Warnings 1 - 32.BASE MODBUS BREAK
Warnings 1 - 32.24V OVERLOAD
Warnings 1 - 32.PMAC SPEED ERROR
Warnings 1 - 32.OVERSPEED
Warnings 1 - 32.SAFE TORQUE OFF
Warnings 1 - 32.INTERNAL FAULT
Recent Trips
0896
0897
0898
0899
0900
0901
0902
0903
0904
0905
0906
Recent Trips[0]
Recent Trips[1]
Recent Trips[2]
Recent Trips[3]
Recent Trips[4]
Recent Trips[5]
Recent Trips[6]
Recent Trips[7]
Recent Trips[8]
Recent Trips[9]
Stall Limit Type
0907
0908
0909
0910
0911
0912
0913
0914
0915
0916
0917
0918
0919
Stall Time
Stall Cur & Torq Level
Stall Torque Active
Stall Current Active
Stall Speed Feedback
VDC Ripple Filter TC
Max VDC Ripple
VDC Ripple Trip Delay
VDC Ripple Trip Hyst
VDC Ripple Sample
VDC Ripple Level
Filtered VDC Ripple
Ethernet State
0920 MAC Address
0926 IP Address
AC30 Versatile Drive
Path
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Same as PNO 763
Monitor
Parameters::Trips::Trips History
Same as PNO 895
Same as PNO 895
Same as PNO 895
Same as PNO 895
Same as PNO 895
Same as PNO 895
Same as PNO 895
Same as PNO 895
Same as PNO 895
Same as PNO 895
Parameters::Trips::Stall Trip
Type
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
ARRAY[0..9]
Parameters::Trips::Stall Trip
Parameters::Trips::Stall Trip
Parameters::Trips::Stall Trip
Parameters::Trips::Stall Trip
Parameters::Trips::Stall Trip
Parameters::Trips::VDC Ripple
Parameters::Trips::VDC Ripple
Parameters::Trips::VDC Ripple
Parameters::Trips::VDC Ripple
Parameters::Trips::VDC Ripple
Parameters::Trips::VDC Ripple
Parameters::Trips::VDC Ripple
Advanced Monitor::Communications::Base Ethernet
Parameters::Base Comms::Ethernet
TIME
REAL
BOOL
BOOL
REAL
TIME
REAL
TIME
REAL
TIME
REAL
REAL
USINT
Same as PNO 919
Monitor
STRING
DWORD
USINT
USINT
USINT
USINT
USINT
USINT
USINT
USINT
USINT
USINT
USINT
Default
0
120.000
100.0
1.000
10
0.009
Range
Same as PNO 696
Same as PNO 696
Same as PNO 696
Same as PNO 696
Same as PNO 696
Same as PNO 696
Same as PNO 696
Same as PNO 696
Same as PNO 696
Same as PNO 696
0:TORQUE
1:CURRENT
2:TORQUE OR CURRENT
0.100 to 2000.000
50.0 to 150.0
-3e+038 to 3e+038
0.100 to 100.000
0 to 500
0.000 to 300.000
0 to 50
0.001 to 0.100
-3e+038 to 3e+038
-3e+038 to 3e+038
0:INITIALISING
1:NO LINK
2:RESOLVING IP
3:RESOLVING DHCP
4:RESOLVING AUTO
5:RESOLVED IP
6:STOPPING DHCP
7:DUPLICATE IP
8:FAULT
Units
s
%
%
s
V
s
V
s
V
V
D-117
WQ
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
View
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
Notes
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
ALWAYS
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
TECHNICIAN
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
NOT
NOT
NOT
ALWAYS
NOT
NOT
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
NOT
NOT
NOT
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
ENGINEER
ENGINEER
ENGINEER
ENGINEER
ENGINEER
ENGINEER
ENGINEER
ENGINEER
OPERATOR
02341
02343
02345
02347
02349
02351
02353
02355
02357
02359
02361
02363
02365
NOT
NOT
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
02367
02379
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
MBus
02207
02209
02211
02213
02215
02217
02219
02221
02223
02225
02227
02229
02231
02233
02235
02237
02239
02241
02317
02319
02321
02323
02325
02327
02329
02331
02333
02335
02337
02339
D-118
Parameter Reference
Name
PNO
0927 Subnet Mask
0928 Gateway Address
0929 DHCP
0930
0931
0932
0933
Auto IP
Last Auto IP Address
DHCP To Auto IP
User IP Address
Path
Advanced Monitor::Communications::Base Ethernet
Parameters::Base Comms::Ethernet
Same as PNO 919
Same as PNO 919
Advanced Setup::Communications::Base Ethernet
Parameters::Base Comms::Ethernet
Same as PNO 929
Parameters::Base Comms::Ethernet
Same as PNO 929
Same as PNO 929
Type
DWORD
DWORD
BOOL
BOOL
DWORD
TIME
DWORD
Default
TRUE
45.000
000.000.000.00
0
000.000.000.00
0
000.000.000.00
0
FALSE
Same as PNO 929
DWORD
0935 User Gateway Address
Same as PNO 929
DWORD
Parameters::Base Comms::Ethernet
Parameters::Base Comms::Ethernet
Parameters::Base Comms::Ethernet
Advanced Setup::Communications::Base Modbus
Parameters::Base Comms::Modbus
Same as PNO 939
Same as PNO 939
Same as PNO 939
Advanced Monitor::Communications::Base Modbus
Parameters::Base Comms::Modbus
Advanced Setup::Communications::Base Ethernet
Advanced Setup::Environment
Parameters::Base Comms::Web Server
Parameters::Base Comms::Web Server
BOOL
DWORD
UDINT
USINT
Parameters::Base Comms::Web Server
Advanced Setup::Environment
Parameters::Device Manager::Drive info
Parameters::Device Manager::Drive info
Advanced Setup::Environment
Parameters::Keypad::Graphical Keypad
STRING
STRING
STRING
USINT
0
0983 Display Timeout
0988 Target State
Same as PNO 982
Parameters::Device Manager::Device State
TIME
USINT
0.000
3
0989 Actual State
Parameters::Device Manager::Device State
USINT
Parameters::Device Manager::Device
Parameters::Device Manager::Device
Parameters::Device Manager::Device
Parameters::Device Manager::Device
Parameters::Device Manager::Device
USINT
USINT
USINT
USINT
USINT
Settings Lock
Ethernet Diagnostic
Free Packets
Maximum Connections
0940
0941
0942
0943
High Word First
Modbus Timeout
Modbus Trip Enable
Process Active
0944 Web Access
0945 Web View Level
0946 Web Password
0961 Drive Name
0977 Control Module Serial
0982 Startup Page
0990
0991
0992
0993
0994
Application FE State
Base IO FE State
Basic Drive FE State
Ethernet FE State
Keypad FE State
State
State
State
State
State
Units
TRUE
0934 User Subnet Mask
0936
0937
0938
0939
Range
0
BOOL
TIME
BOOL
BOOL
FALSE
3.000
TRUE
USINT
1
USINT
1
30.000 to 300.000
s
0 to 4294967295
0 to 3
0.000 to 65.000
s
0:DISABLED
1:LIMITED
2:FULL
0:OPERATOR
1:TECHNICIAN
2:ENGINEER
0:DEFAULT
1:LOCAL
2:FAVOURITES
3:MONITOR
0.000 to 86400.000
3:PREOPERATIONAL
7:OPERATIONAL
0:INITIALISING
1:INITIALISED
2:PREPARING PREOP
3:PREOPERATIONAL
4:PREPARING OP
5:FAILED TO READY
6:READY FOR OP
7:OPERATIONAL
8:FAULTED
9:FATAL ERROR RECOVER
Same as PNO 989
Same as PNO 989
Same as PNO 989
Same as PNO 989
Same as PNO 989
s
WQ
View
Notes
MBus
NOT
OPERATOR
NOT
OPERATOR
ALWAYS TECHNICIAN
02381
02383
02385
ALWAYS
NOT
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
TECHNICIAN
ENGINEER
1
TECHNICIAN 4
TECHNICIAN 4
02387
02389
02391
02393
ALWAYS TECHNICIAN 4
02395
ALWAYS TECHNICIAN 4
02397
ALWAYS
NOT
NOT
ALWAYS
ENGINEER
1
ENGINEER
ENGINEER
TECHNICIAN
02399
02401
02403
02405
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
NOT
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
OPERATOR
02407
02409
02411
02413
ALWAYS TECHNICIAN
02415
ALWAYS OPERATOR
02417
ALWAYS ENGINEER
ALWAYS TECHNICIAN
02419
02449
CONFIG OPERATOR 2
ALWAYS TECHNICIAN
02481
02491
ALWAYS TECHNICIAN
ALWAYS OPERATOR 2
02493
02503
NOT
OPERATOR
02505
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
02507
02509
02511
02513
02515
AC30 Versatile Drive
Parameter Reference
PNO
Name
0995 Comms Option FE State
0996 IO Option FE State
0997 Config Fault Area
Path
Parameters::Device Manager::Device State
Parameters::Device Manager::Device State
Parameters::Device Manager::Device State
Type
USINT
USINT
USINT
0998 RTA Code
Advanced Monitor::Trips
Parameters::Device Manager::Device State
Same as PNO 998
Parameters::Device Manager::Device Commands
Update Firmware
Parameters::Device Manager::Device Commands
Parameters::Option IO::General Purpose IO
Advanced Setup::Environment
Parameters::Device Manager::Setup Wizard
UINT
0999 RTA Data
1001 Save All Parameters
1002 Update Firmware
1004 Thermistor Trip Level
1005 Language
1006 Run Setup?
1007
1008
1009
1010
1011
1012
1013
1014
1015
1016
1017
1018
1019
1020
1021
1022
1023
1024
1025
1026
1027
1028
1029
1030
1031
1032
1033
Setup Motor?
Setup Application?
Setup Input/Output?
Setup Fieldbus?
Setup Base Ethernet?
Reset Task Timers
Actual Period
Actual Period[0]
Actual Period[1]
Actual Period[2]
Max Period
Max Period[0]
Max Period[1]
Max Period[2]
Elapsed Time
Elapsed Time[0]
Elapsed Time[1]
Elapsed Time[2]
Elapsed Time Max
Elapsed Time Max[0]
Elapsed Time Max[1]
Elapsed Time Max[2]
Overrun Count
Overrun Count[0]
Overrun Count[1]
Overrun Count[2]
Card State
1034 Card Name
AC30 Versatile Drive
Default
0
DWORD
BOOL
BOOL
FALSE
FALSE
REAL
USINT
1000
0
Setup
Parameters::Device Manager::Setup Wizard
Parameters::Device Manager::Setup Wizard
Parameters::Device Manager::Setup Wizard
Parameters::Device Manager::Setup Wizard
Parameters::Device Manager::Setup Wizard
Parameters::Device Manager::Setup Wizard
Parameters::Device Manager::Tasks
Parameters::Device Manager::Tasks
Parameters::Device Manager::Tasks
Parameters::Device Manager::Tasks
Parameters::Device Manager::Tasks
Parameters::Device Manager::Tasks
Parameters::Device Manager::Tasks
Parameters::Device Manager::Tasks
Parameters::Device Manager::Tasks
Parameters::Device Manager::Tasks
Parameters::Device Manager::Tasks
Parameters::Device Manager::Tasks
Parameters::Device Manager::Tasks
Parameters::Device Manager::Tasks
Parameters::Device Manager::Tasks
Parameters::Device Manager::Tasks
Parameters::Device Manager::Tasks
Parameters::Device Manager::Tasks
Parameters::Device Manager::Tasks
Parameters::Device Manager::Tasks
Parameters::Device Manager::Tasks
Parameters::Device Manager::SD Card
USINT
1
USINT
USINT
USINT
USINT
USINT
BOOL
ARRAY[0..2]
TIME
TIME
TIME
ARRAY[0..2]
TIME
TIME
TIME
ARRAY[0..2]
UINT
UINT
UINT
ARRAY[0..2]
UINT
UINT
UINT
ARRAY[0..2]
UINT
UINT
UINT
USINT
0
0
0
0
0
FALSE
Parameters::Device Manager::SD Card
STRING
Range
Same as PNO 989
Same as PNO 989
0:NONE
1:POWER STACK
2:OPTION IO
3:OPTION COMMS
4:APPLICATION
5:MOTOR CONTROL
6:KEYPAD
7:BASE COMMS
8:BASE IO
0 to 65535
Units
0 to 4500
0:ENGLISH
1:FRANCAIS
2:DEUTSCH
3:ESPANOL
4:ITALIANO
0:NO
1:YES
Same as PNO 1006
Same as PNO 1006
Same as PNO 1006
Same as PNO 1006
Same as PNO 1006
Ohms
0.000 to 4294967.295
0.000 to 4294967.295
0.000 to 4294967.295
s
s
s
0.000 to 4294967.295
0.000 to 4294967.295
0.000 to 4294967.295
s
s
s
0 to 65535
0 to 65535
0 to 65535
us
us
us
0 to 65535
0 to 65535
0 to 65535
us
us
us
0 to 65535
0 to 65535
0 to 65535
0:NO CARD
1:INITIALISING
2:READY
3:CARD FAULT
D-119
WQ
View
NOT
OPERATOR
ALWAYS OPERATOR
NOT
OPERATOR
Notes
2
MBus
02517
02519
02521
NOT
OPERATOR
4
02523
NOT
ALWAYS
STOPPE
D
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
4
2
2,4
02525
02529
02531
TECHNICIAN 4
TECHNICIAN
02535
02537
ALWAYS TECHNICIAN
02539
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN 4
TECHNICIAN
ENGINEER
2
ENGINEER
ENGINEER
ENGINEER
ENGINEER
ENGINEER
ENGINEER
ENGINEER
ENGINEER
ENGINEER
ENGINEER
ENGINEER
ENGINEER
ENGINEER
ENGINEER
ENGINEER
ENGINEER
ENGINEER
ENGINEER
ENGINEER
ENGINEER
OPERATOR 3
02541
02543
02545
02547
02549
02551
02553
02555
02557
02559
02561
02563
02565
02567
02569
02571
02573
02575
02577
02579
02581
02583
02585
02587
02589
02591
02593
NOT
OPERATOR
02595
3
D-120
Parameter Reference
Path
Parameters::Device Manager::SD Card
Parameters::Device Manager::SD Card
Parameters::Keypad::Graphical Keypad
Parameters::Keypad::Graphical Keypad
Parameters::Device Manager::Drive info
Parameters::Device Manager::Setup Wizard
Parameters::Device Manager::Drive info
Parameters::Device Manager::Drive info
Parameters::Device Manager::Drive info
Parameters::Device Manager::Drive info
Parameters::Device Manager::Drive info
Parameters::Device Manager::Drive info
Control Screen
Parameters::Keypad::Local Control
Setup
Advanced Setup::Environment
Parameters::Keypad::Graphical Keypad
Same as PNO 982
Parameters::Keypad::Graphical Keypad
Advanced Setup::Inputs and Outputs
Parameters::Option IO::IO Option Common
Type
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
STRING
USINT
STRING
STRING
STRING
STRING
STRING
STRING
USINT
1179 Actual IO Option
1180 IO Option Status
Parameters::Option IO::IO Option Common
Parameters::Option IO::IO Option Common
USINT
USINT
1181 Anin 11 Value
Advanced Monitor::Inputs and Outputs
Parameters::Option IO::General Purpose IO
Same as PNO 1181
Same as PNO 1181
Advanced Setup:: Inputs and Outputs
Parameters::Option IO::General Purpose IO
REAL
Parameters::Option IO::General Purpose IO
Parameters::Device Manager::Real Time Clock
Parameters::Option IO::General Purpose IO
Parameters::Keypad::Graphical Keypad
Parameters::Keypad::Graphical Keypad
Parameters::Keypad::Graphical Keypad
Parameters::Keypad::Graphical Keypad
Parameters::Keypad::Graphical Keypad
Parameters::Keypad::Graphical Keypad
Parameters::Keypad::Graphical Keypad
Parameters::Keypad::Graphical Keypad
Parameters::Keypad::Graphical Keypad
Parameters::Keypad::Graphical Keypad
Parameters::Keypad::Graphical Keypad
Parameters::Keypad::Graphical Keypad
Parameters::Keypad::Graphical Keypad
Parameters::Keypad::Graphical Keypad
Parameters::Keypad::Graphical Keypad
Parameters::Keypad::Graphical Keypad
Parameters::Keypad::Graphical Keypad
REAL
DT
SINT
ARRAY[0..19]
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
PNO
1038
1039
1097
1098
1100
1107
1109
1116
1121
1125
1129
1134
1140
Name
Firmware
Application
Password in Favourite
Password in Local
Firmware Version
Setup Base Modbus?
Stack Pcode
Control Module Pcode
Comms Option Pcode
IO Option Pcode
Comms Option Serial
IO Option Serial No
Run Key Action
1141 View Level
1142 GKP Password
1143 Version
1178 IO Option Type
1182 Anin 12 Value
1183 Anin 13 Value
1184 Thermistor Type
1185
1186
1187
1188
1189
1190
1191
1192
1193
1194
1195
1196
1197
1198
1199
1200
1201
1202
1203
1204
Thermistor Resistance
Time and Date
RTC Trim
Favourites
Favourites[0]
Favourites[1]
Favourites[2]
Favourites[3]
Favourites[4]
Favourites[5]
Favourites[6]
Favourites[7]
Favourites[8]
Favourites[9]
Favourites[10]
Favourites[11]
Favourites[12]
Favourites[13]
Favourites[14]
Favourites[15]
Default
Units
FALSE
FALSE
0
Same as PNO 1006
0
0:RUN
1:JOG
Same as PNO 945
USINT
1
WORD
WORD
USINT
0000
REAL
REAL
USINT
Range
0
0:NONE
1:GENERAL PURPOSE
2:THERMISTOR
3:RTC AND THERMISTOR
Same as PNO 1178
0:OK
1:OPTION NOT FITTED
2:TYPE MISMATCH
3:TYPE UNKNOWN
4:HARDWARE FAULT
-100.00 to 100.00
0
-100.00 to 100.00
-100.00 to 100.00
0:NTC
1:PTC
2:KTY
0 to 4500
0 to 2147483647
-40 to 40
0000
0000
0000
0000
0000
0000
0000
0000
0000
0000
0000
0000
0000
0000
0000
0000
0000 to 1269
0000 to 1269
0000 to 1269
0000 to 1269
0000 to 1269
0000 to 1269
0000 to 1269
0000 to 1269
0000 to 1269
0000 to 1269
0000 to 1269
0000 to 1269
0000 to 1269
0000 to 1269
0000 to 1269
0000 to 1269
1
WQ
NOT
NOT
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
NOT
ALWAYS
CONFIG
CONFIG
CONFIG
CONFIG
ALWAYS
CONFIG
ALWAYS
View
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
OPERATOR
TECHNICIAN
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
Notes
3
3
2
2
2,4
2,4
4
2,4
2,4
MBus
02603
02605
02721
02723
02727
02741
02745
02759
02769
02777
02785
02795
02807
ALWAYS OPERATOR
02809
ALWAYS TECHNICIAN
NOT
OPERATOR
CONFIG TECHNICIAN
02811
02813
02883
NOT
NOT
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
02885
02887
%
NOT
OPERATOR
4
02889
%
%
NOT
OPERATOR
NOT
OPERATOR
ALWAYS OPERATOR
4
4
4
02891
02893
02895
Ohms
NOT
NOT
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
4
02897
02899
02901
02903
02905
02907
02909
02911
02913
02915
02917
02919
02921
02923
02925
02927
02929
02931
02933
02935
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
ENGINEER
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
2,4
AC30 Versatile Drive
Parameter Reference
PNO
1205
1206
1207
1208
1239
1240
Name
Favourites[16]
Favourites[17]
Favourites[18]
Favourites[19]
Local Run Key Active
Local Direction
Path
Parameters::Keypad::Graphical Keypad
Parameters::Keypad::Graphical Keypad
Parameters::Keypad::Graphical Keypad
Parameters::Keypad::Graphical Keypad
Parameters::Keypad::Local Control
Same as PNO 1140
Type
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
BOOL
USINT
Default
0000
0000
0000
0000
TRUE
0
1241
1246
1247
1248
Open Connections
Speed Loop Auto Set
Ratio Load Mot Inert
Speed Loop Bandwidth
Same as PNO 943
Parameters::Motor Control::Spd Loop Settings
Parameters::Motor Control::Spd Loop Settings
Parameters::Motor Control::Spd Loop Settings
USINT
BOOL
REAL
USINT
TRUE
1.0
1
1251
1253
1255
1257
CANopen Actual Baud
Local/Rem Key Active
Local Dir Key Active
Seq Stop Method SVC
Same as PNO 211
Parameters::Keypad::Local Control
Parameters::Keypad::Local Control
Same as PNO 484
USINT
BOOL
BOOL
USINT
TRUE
TRUE
0
1258
1264
1265
1266
1267
1268
1900
Stack Serial No
Ref Min Speed Clamp
Ref Max Speed Clamp
Ref Speed Trim
Ref Trim Local
Random Pattern PMAC
Selected Application
Parameters::Device Manager::Drive info
Parameters::Motor Control::Speed Ref
Parameters::Motor Control::Speed Ref
Parameters::Motor Control::Speed Ref
Parameters::Motor Control::Speed Ref
Parameters::Motor Control::Pattern Generator
STRING
REAL
REAL
REAL
BOOL
BOOL
USINT
(enum)
1901
1902
1903
1904
1905
1906
1907
Ramp Time
Reset Value
Maximum Value
Minimum Value
Raise Lower Output
Minimum Speed Value
Minimum Speed Mode
Advanced Setup::Application::Raise Lower
Advanced Setup::Application::Raise Lower
Advanced Setup::Application::Raise Lower
Advanced Setup::Application::Raise Lower
Advanced Monitor::Application::Raise Lower
Advanced Setup::Application::Minimum Speed
Advanced Setup::Application::Minimum Speed
1908
1909
1910
1911
1912
1913
1914
1915
1916
1917
1918
1919
1920
1921
1922
1923
1924
Band 1
Frequency 1
Band 2
Frequency 2
Band 3
Frequency 3
Band 4
Frequency 4
Preset Speed 0
Preset Speed 1
Preset Speed 2
Preset Speed 3
Preset Speed 4
Preset Speed 5
Preset Speed 6
Preset Speed 7
Selected Preset
Advanced Setup::Application::Skip Frequencies
Advanced Setup::Application::Skip Frequencies
Advanced Setup::Application::Skip Frequencies
Advanced Setup::Application::Skip Frequencies
Advanced Setup::Application::Skip Frequencies
Advanced Setup::Application::Skip Frequencies
Advanced Setup::Application::Skip Frequencies
Advanced Setup::Application::Skip Frequencies
Advanced Setup::Application::Preset Speeds
Advanced Setup::Application::Preset Speeds
Advanced Setup::Application::Preset Speeds
Advanced Setup::Application::Preset Speeds
Advanced Setup::Application::Preset Speeds
Advanced Setup::Application::Preset Speeds
Advanced Setup::Application::Preset Speeds
Advanced Setup::Application::Preset Speeds
Advanced Monitor::Application::Preset Speeds
TIME
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
USINT
(enum)
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
USINT
AC30 Versatile Drive
-110.00
110.00
0.00
FALSE
FALSE
0
10.0
0.0
100.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
Range
0000 to 1269
0000 to 1269
0000 to 1269
0000 to 1269
Units
0:FORWARD
1:REVERSE
0 to 255
0.1 to 100.0
0:LOW
1:MEDIUM
2:HIGH
Same as PNO 213
0:DISABLED VOLTAGE
1:RAMP
2:STOP RAMP
-110.00 to 0.00
0.00 to 110.00
-300.00 to 300.00
0:BASIC SPEED CONTROL
1:AUTO/MANUAL CONTROL
2:SPEED RAISE / LOWER
3:SPEED PRESETS
4:PROCESS PID
5:AUXILLARY COMMS
0.0 to 600.0
-500.0 to 500.0
-500.0 to 500.0
-500.0 to 500.0
-500.0 to 500.0
-100.0 to 100.0
0:PROP WITH MINIMUM
1:LINEAR
0.0 to 1000.0
0.0 to 1000.0
0.0 to 1000.0
0.0 to 1000.0
0.0 to 1000.0
0.0 to 1000.0
0.0 to 1000.0
0.0 to 1000.0
-100.0 to 100.0
-100.0 to 100.0
-100.0 to 100.0
-100.0 to 100.0
-100.0 to 100.0
-100.0 to 100.0
-100.0 to 100.0
-100.0 to 100.0
0 to 7
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
s
D-121
WQ
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
View
Notes
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
TECHNICIAN
OPERATOR 1,4
MBus
02937
02939
02941
02943
03005
03007
NOT
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
OPERATOR
TECHNICIAN 4
TECHNICIAN 4
TECHNICIAN 4
03009
03019
03021
03023
NOT
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
OPERATOR 4
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN 4
03029
03033
03037
03041
CONFIG
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
OPERATOR 2
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
ENGINEER
4
TECHNICIAN
03043
03055
03057
03059
03061
03063
04341
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
NEVER
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
5
5
5
5
1,5
5
5
04329
04331
04333
04335
04337
04339
04341
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
NEVER
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
04343
04345
04347
04349
04351
04353
04355
04357
04359
04361
04363
04365
04367
04369
04371
04373
04375
D-122
PNO
1925
1926
1927
1928
1929
1930
1931
1932
1933
1934
1935
1936
Parameter Reference
Name
Preset Speed Output
Setpoint Negate
Feedback Negate
Proportional Gain
Integral TC
Derivative TC
Output Filter TC
Output Pos Limit
Output Neg Limit
Output Scaling
PID Output
PID Error
Path
Advanced Monitor::Application::Preset Speeds
Advanced Setup::Application::PID
Advanced Setup::Application::PID
Advanced Setup::Application::PID
Advanced Setup::Application::PID
Advanced Setup::Application::PID
Advanced Setup::Application::PID
Advanced Setup::Application::PID
Advanced Setup::Application::PID
Advanced Setup::Application::PID
Advanced Monitor::Application::PID
Advanced Monitor::Application::PID
Type
REAL
BOOL
BOOL
REAL
TIME
TIME
TIME
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
Default
TRUE
TRUE
1.0
1.00
0.000
0.100
100.00
-100.00
1.000
Range
-100.0 to 100.0
Units
%
0.01 to 100.00
0.000 to 10.000
0.000 to 10.000
0.00 to 105.00
-105.00 to 0.00
-10.000 to 10.000
-150.00 to 105.00
-150.00 to 105.00
s
s
s
%
%
%
%
WQ
NEVER
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
ALWAYS
NEVER
NEVER
View
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
TECHNICIAN
Notes
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
MBus
04377
04379
04381
04383
04385
04387
04389
04391
04393
04395
04397
04399
AC30 Versatile Drive
Appendix E:
E Plan Library
E Plan Library
For information on the E Plan library go to www.eplan.co.uk web site.
To obtain layout diagrams from our E Plan Library go to www.parker/ssd and then click on “Support”
AC30 Versatile Drive
E Plan Library
E-1
E-2
E Plan Library
Which then brings up the E Plan page.
AC30 Versatile Drive
Appendix F:
Technical Specifications
Technical Specifications
F-1
Understanding the Product Code
MODEL NUMBER
The unit is fully identified using a four block alphanumeric code which records how the drive was calibrated, and its various settings when
dispatched from the factory. This can also be referred to as the Product Code.
Product Coding Scheme
Typical example: 31V-4D0004-BF-2S0000 (as shown in the example below).
Block 2
Block 1
This shows the product is an AC30
drive Frame D, IP21 standard
suitable for fan and pump industry,
rated at 400-480 Volts supply,
variable torque current, with brake
switch fitted, and Category C2
EMC filter, with GKP fitted with
standard conformal coating and no
special options.
3 1 V - 4 D
Family
AC30 Versatile Drive
IP Rating
IP
IP
IP
IP
IP
IP
Industry
Industry, General
Industry, Hydraulics
Industry, Refridgeration
Supply voltage:
400V / 480V
Rating Data:
AC30 Versatile Drive
Rating,
Rating,
Rating,
Rating,
Rating,
Rating,
Brake Switch
Not Fitted
Brake switch fitted
EMC filter
None
Category C3
Category C2
GKP
Not Fitted
Blank Fitted
GKP Fitted
Conformal Coating
Standard 3C3
Enhanced
Special Option
None
F
Block 4
- 2 S 0000
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
IP21 SD
IP54 SD
Cold Plate SD
IP21 CD
IP54 CD
Cold Plate CD
400V 3 phase supply
Block 3
0004 - B
V
F
R
4
Normal Duty
kW
hp
1.1
1.5
1.5
2
2.2
3
3
4
5
5.5
7.5
7.5
10
11
15
15
20
18
25
Heavy Duty
kW
hp
0.75
1
1.1
1.5
1.5
2
2.2
3
3
4
5
5.5
7.5
7.5
10
11
15
15
20
Frame
Size
D
D
D
D
D
D
E
E
F
F
D
D
D
D
D
D
E
E
F
F
0004
0005
0006
0008
0010
0012
0016
0023
0032
0038
N
B
N
E
F
0
1
2
S
E
0000
F-2
Technical Specifications
ENVIRONMENTAL DETAILS
Operating Temperature
NORMAL DUTY
HEAVY DUTY
Operating temperature is defined as the surrounding air temperature of the drive, when the drive and other equipment
adjacent to it is operating at worst case conditions.
0°C to 40°C, derate up to a maximum of 50°C
0°C to 45°C, derate up to a maximum of 50°C
Output power is derated linearly at 2% per degree centigrade for temperature exceeding the maximum rating for the drive.
Storage Temperature
Shipping Temperature
Product Enclosure Rating
Altitude
Humidity
Atmosphere
Climatic Conditions
Chemically Active Substances
Vibration
Safety
Overvoltage Category
Pollution Degree
North America/Canada
-25°C to +55°C
-25°C to +70 °C
IP20 – remainder of surfaces (Europe)
UL (c-UL) Open Type (North America/Canada)
Cubicle Mounted
IP20
UL (c-UL) Open Type (North America/Canada)
Through-panel Mounted
IP20
UL (c-UL) Open Type (North America/Canada)
If greater than 1000m above sea level, derate by 1% per 100m to a maximum of 2000m
Maximum 85% relative humidity at 40°C non-condensing
Non flammable, non corrosive and dust free
Class 3k3, as defined by EN60721-3-3
For the standard product (which inherently includes our optimal level of conformal coating) compliance with EN60271-3-3 is
as follows –
a) Both classes 3C3 and 3C4 for hydrogen sulphide gas (H2S) at a gas concentration of 25ppm for 1200 hours.
b) Both classes 3C1 (rural) and 3C2 (urban) for all nine defined substances as defined in table 4.
Classes 3C1 and 3C2 are valid for both storage and transportation purposes.
Note - Product was tested and validated with a hydrogen sulphide gas supply of 25ppm for a continuous period of 1200 hours
and validated throughout the test period without failure.
Test Fc of EN60068-2-6
10Hz<=f<=57Hz sinusoidal 0.075mm amplitude
57Hz<=f<=150Hz sinusoidal 1g
10 sweep cycles per axis on each of three mutually perpendicular axis
Overvoltage Category III (numeral defining an impulse withstand level)
Pollution Degree II (non-conductive pollution, except for temporary condensation) for control electronics
Pollution Degree III (dirty air rating) for through-panel mounted parts
Complies with the requirements of UL508C as an open-type drive.
AC30 Versatile Drive
Technical Specifications
F-3
EARTHING/SAFETY DETAILS
Earthing
Permanent earthing is mandatory on all units.
Input Supply Details
(TN) and (IT)
Prospective Short Circuit
Current (PSCC)
Earth Leakage Current
•
Use a copper protective earth conductor 10mm² minimum cross-section, or install a second conductor in parallel with
the protective conductor to a separate protective earth terminal
•
The conductor itself must meet local requirements for a protective earth conductor
Drives without filters are suitable for earth (TN) or non-earth referenced (IT) supplies.
The drive is only suitable for earth referenced supplies (TN) when fitted with an internal filter. External filters are available
for use on TN and IT (non-earth referenced) supplies.
Refer to the appropriate Electrical Ratings table.
>10mA (all models)
INTERNAL COOLING FANS
The forced-vent cooling of the drive is achieved by 1, or in some cases 2 fans. The Fan Ratings gives the volume of air venting
from the drive.
Product
Fan Ratings
FRAME D
All models
1 off 27 cfm (45m³/hr)
All models
1 off 33 cfm (56m³/hr)
All models
2 off 27 cfm (45m³/hr)
FRAME E
FRAME F
AC30 Versatile Drive
F-4
Technical Specifications
ELECTRICAL RATINGS (400V BUILD VARIANT)
Power Supply = 380-480V ±10%, 50/60Hz ±5%
Motor power, output current and input current must not be exceeded under steady state operating conditions.
Product Code
Motor Power Output Current Input Current
(A)
(A)
Estimated
Efficiency
Switching Frequency (kHz)
nominal / maximum
Output Current
Derate %/kHz
FRAME D :
Input currents for kW ratings are at 400V 50Hz ac input and for Hp ratings at 460V 60Hz ac input. Prospective short circuit
current 5kA.
Normal Duty (Output Overload Motoring 110% for 60s)
31V-4D0004…
31V-4D0005…
31V-4D0006…
31V-4D0008…
31V-4D0010…
31V-4D0012…
1.1kW
3.5
4
1.5Hp
3.0
3.5
1.5kW
4.5
5.3
2Hp
3.4
4.5
2.2kW
5.5
7.6
3Hp
4.8
6.4
3kW
7.5
6.5
4kW
10.0
8.0
5Hp
7.6
6.6
5.5kW
12.0
10.6
7.5Hp
11
9.4
95%
4 / 16
2.4%
96%
4 / 16
3.7%
97%
4 / 16
4.5%
97%
4 / 16
4.0%
97%
4 / 16
3.9%
97%
4 / 16
3.5%
95%
4 / 16
1.0%
95%
4 / 16
3.1%
96%
4 / 16
4.3%
97%
4 / 16
3.8%
97%
4 / 16
3.8%
97%
4 / 16
3.3%
Heavy Duty (Output Overload Motoring 150% for 60s, 180% for 0.5s short term rating)
31V-4D0004…
31V-4D0005…
31V-4D0006…
31V-4D0008…
31V-4D0010…
31V-4D0012…
0.75kW
1Hp
1.1kW
1.5Hp
1.5kW
2Hp
2.2kW
3Hp
3kW
2.5
2.1
3.5
3.0
4.5
3.4
5.5
4.8
7.5
2.9
2.4
4.0
3.5
5.3
4.5
5.2
4.6
6.5
4kW
5Hp
10.0
7.6
8.0
6.6
AC30 Versatile Drive
Technical Specifications
ELECTRICAL RATINGS (400V BUILD VARIANT)
Power Supply = 380-480V ±10%, 50/60Hz ±5%
Motor power, output current and input current must not be exceeded under steady state operating conditions.
Product Code
Motor Power Output Current Input Current
(A)
(A)
Estimated
Efficiency
Switching Frequency (kHz)
nominal / maximum
Output Current
Derate %/kHz
FRAME E:
Input currents for kW ratings are at 400V 50Hz ac input and for Hp ratings at 460V 60Hz ac input. Prospective short circuit
current 5kA.
Normal Duty (Output Overload Motoring 110% for 60s)
31V-4E0016…
31V-4E0023…
7.5kW
16
14.5
10Hp
14
12.1
11kW
23
20.4
15Hp
21
18.0
97%
4 / 16
5.5%
97%
4 / 16
5.1%
97%
4 / 16
4.9%
97%
4 / 16
4.9%
Heavy Duty (Output Overload Motoring 150% for 30s, 180% for 0.5s short term rating)
31V-4E0016…
31V-4E0023…
5.5kW
12
10.7
7.5Hp
11
9.5
7.5kW
16
14.5
10Hp
14
12.7
FRAME F :
Input currents for kW ratings are at 400V 50Hz ac input and for Hp ratings at 460V 60Hz ac input. Prospective short circuit
current 5kA.
Normal Duty (Output Overload Motoring 110% for 60s)
31V-4F0032…
31V-4F0038…
15kW
32
28.5
20Hp
27
24.5
18.5kW
38
33.5
25Hp
36
30.2
97%
4 / 12
6.3%
97%
4 / 12
6.7%
97%
4 / 12
6.0%
97%
4 / 12
6.1%
Heavy Duty (Output Overload Motoring 150% for 60s, 180% for 0.5s short term rating)
31V-4F0032…
31V-4F0038…
AC30 Versatile Drive
11kW
23
21.7
15Hp
21
19.1
15kW
32
28.5
20Hp
27
24.5
F-5
F-6
Technical Specifications
INPUT FUSE RATINGS (EUROPE)
Product Code
Input Fuse Rating (A)
NORMAL DUTY
Product Code
HEAVY DUTY
Input Fuse Rating (A)
NORMAL DUTY
HEAVY DUTY
400V BUILD VARIANT 380-460V ±10%, 45-65Hz *
Frame D
Frame E
31V-4D0004…
6A
6A
31V-4E0016…
20A
16A
31V-4D0005…
8A
6A
31V-4E0023…
25A
20A
31V-4D0006…
10A
8A
31V-4D0008…
10A
8A
31V-4F0032…
32A
25A
31V-4D0010…
12A
10A
31V-4F0038…
40A
32A
31V-4D0012…
16A
10A
Frame F
INPUT FUSE RATINGS (NORTH AMERICA AND CANADA)
Product Code
Input Fuse Rating (A)
NORMAL DUTY
Product Code
HEAVY DUTY
Input Fuse Rating (A)
NORMAL DUTY
HEAVY DUTY
400V BUILD VARIANT 380-460V ±10%, 45-65Hz *
Frame D
Frame E
31V-4D0004…
6A
6A
31V-4E0016…
20A
15A
31V-4D0005…
10A
6A
31V-4E0023…
25A
20A
31V-4D0006…
10A
10A
31V-4D0008…
10A
10A
31V-4F0032…
35A
25A
31V-4D0010…
10A
10A
31V-4F0038…
40A
35A
31V-4D0012…
15A
10A
Frame F
AC30 Versatile Drive
Technical Specifications
F-7
FRAME D INTERNAL DYNAMIC BRAKE SWITCH
Product Code
Motor Power
(kW/hp)
Brake Switch
Peak Current (A)
Peak Brake
Dissipation (kW/hp)
20s maximum, 30% duty
Brake Switch
Continuous Current
(A)
Continuous Brake
Dissipation
(kW/hp)
Minimum
Brake Resistor
Value (Ω)
400V Build Variant: 380-480V ±10%, 45-65Hz DC link brake voltage: 765V
31V-4D0004…
1.1/1.5
1.5A
1.1/1.5
1
0.75/1
520
31V-4D0005…
1.5/2
2.2A
1.7/2.3
1.4
1.1/1.5
355
31V-4D0006…
2.2/3
2.9A
2.3/3
2
1.5/2
260
31V-4D0008…
3/
4.3A
3.3/4.5
2.9
2.2/3
177
31V-4D0010…
4/5
5.9A
4.5/
3.9
3/
130
31V-4D0012…
5.5/7.5
7.8A
6/7.5
5.2
4/5
98
Brake Switch
Continuous Current
(A)
Continuous Brake
Dissipation
(kW/hp)
Minimum
Brake Resistor
Value (Ω)
FRAME E INTERNAL DYNAMIC BRAKE SWITCH
Product Code
Motor Power
(kW/hp)
Brake Switch
Peak Current (A)
Peak Brake
Dissipation (kW/hp)
20s maximum, 30% duty
400V Build Variant: 380-480V ±10%, 45-65Hz DC link brake voltage: 765V
31V-4E0016…
7.5/10
10.8A
8.25/11.25
7.2
5.5/7.5
71
31V-4E0023…
11/15
14.7A
11.25/15
9.8
7.5/10
52
Brake Switch
Continuous Current
(A)
Continuous Brake
Dissipation
(kW/hp)
Minimum
Brake Resistor
Value (Ω)
FRAME F INTERNAL DYNAMIC BRAKE SWITCH
Product Code
Motor Power
(kW/hp)
Brake Switch
Peak Current (A)
Peak Brake
Dissipation (kW/hp)
20s maximum, 30% duty
400V Build Variant: 380-480V ±10%, 45-65Hz DC link brake voltage: 765V
AC30 Versatile Drive
31V-4F0032…
15/20
21.5A
16.5/22.5
14.4
11/15
35
31V-4F0038…
18/25
29.4A
22.5/30
19.6
15/20
26
F-8
Technical Specifications
SUPPLY SHORT CIRCUIT RATING
Products may be used on 50kA supplies provided an additional supply inductor is fitted, see table below for further information:
380-480V
Frame Size
Motor Power
Parker Part Number
MTE Part Number
Inductance mH
Rated amps
D
1.1kW
CO470653
RL-00401
3.0
4
D
1.5kW
CO353011
RL-00801
1.5
8
D
2.2kW
CO353011
RL-00801
1.5
8
D
3Kw
CO353011
RL-00801
1.5
8
D
4kW
CO353011
RL-00801
1.5
8
D
5.5kW
CO470638
RL-01201
1.25
12
E
7.5kW
CO353012
RL-01801
0.8
18
E
11kW
CO353013
RL-02501
0.5
25
F
15kW
CO535014
RL-03501
0.4
35
F
18kW
CO353014
RL-03501
0.4
35
AC30 Versatile Drive
Technical Specifications
F-9
ANALOG INPUTS/OUTPUTS
AIN1 (X11/01), AIN2 (X11/02)
AOUT1 (X11/03), AOUT2 (X11/04)
conforming to EN61131-2
Inputs
AIN1:
Range
Range selected by parameter 0001 from:
0 to 10V, -10V to +10V, 0 to 20mA, 4 to 20mA
AIN2:
Range selected by parameter 0002 from:
0 to 10V, -10V to +10V
Absolute maximum input current 25mA in current mode
(AIN1 only)
Output
AOUT1:
Range selected by parameter 0003 from:
0 to 10V, -10V to +10V
AOUT2:
Range selected by parameter 0004 from:
0 to 10V, 0 to 20mA, 4 to 20mA
Maximum rated output current in voltage mode
10mA, with short circuit protection
Absolute maximum input voltage ±24V dc in voltage mode
Impedance
Input impedance:
Voltage range = 22kΩ
Current range = 120R
Load impedance :
Voltage range ≥ 1kΩ
Current range ≤ 600Ω
Resolution
11 bits (1 in 2048) Current range
12 bits (1 in 4096) Voltage range
11 bits (1 in 2048)
Accuracy
Better than ±1%
Better than ±1%
Sample / Update Rate
1ms
1ms
REFERENCE OUTPUTS
+10VREF (X11/05)
-10VREF (X11/06)
Output Voltage
+10V and -10V
Accuracy
Better than ±0.5%
Output Current
<10mA
Overload / Short
Circuit Protection
Indefinite
AC30 Versatile Drive
F-10
Technical Specifications
DIGITAL INPUTS
DIN1 (X13/02) – DIN3 (X13/04)
DIO1 (X12/01) – DIO4 (X12/04)
conforming to EN61131-2
Nominal Rated Voltage
24V
Operating Range
DIN1, DIN2, DIN3, DIO1, DIO2, DIO2, DIO4:
0-5V dc = OFF, 15-24V dc = ON
(absolute maximum input voltage ±30V dc)
24V
15V
5V
0V
Input Threshold
Typically 10V
Input Impedance
3.3kΩ
Input Current
7.3mA ± 10% @ 24V
Sample Interval
1ms
ON
undefined state
OFF
DIGITAL OUTPUTS
DIO1 (X12/01) – DIO4 (X12/04)
conforming to EN61131-2
Nominal Open Circuit
Output Voltage
Rated Output Current
Overload / Short
Circuit Protection
24V (minimum 21V)
140mA : The total current available is 140mA, either individually or as the sum of all digital outputs and User +24V
Supply.
Indefinite
AC30 Versatile Drive
Technical Specifications
F-11
USER 24V SUPPLY (X13/05)
Nominal Open Circuit
Output Voltage
Rated Output Current
Overload / Short
Circuit Protection
24V (minimum 21V)
140mA : The total current available is 140mA, either individually or as the sum of all digital outputs and User +24V
Supply.
Indefinite
RELAYS
RL1 (X14/01 – X14/02)
RL2 (X14/03 – X14/04)
These are volt-free relay contacts
Maximum Voltage
250V ac or 30V dc
Protection against inductive or capacitive loads must be provided externally.
Maximum Current
AC30 Versatile Drive
3A resistive load
F-12
Technical Specifications
AC30 Versatile Drive
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