TAKEDO - 3VF - Taylor Lifts

TAKEDO - 3VF - Taylor Lifts

TAKEDO - 3VF
NXP
(For asynchronous or permanent
magnet synchronous motors)
USER MANUAL
P05
09-02-2009
REV.
DATE
R.T. Check and Approval
CONTENTS
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1 INTRODUCTION....................................................................................Page
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2 SAFETY WARNINGS AND PRECAUTIONS .........................................Page
3
3 CONNECTING THE POWER CIRCUIT ................................................Page
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4 ENCODER: CONNECTION AND TYPES ............................................Page
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5 EXAMPLE OF APPLICATION ...............................................................Page
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6 KEYPAD AND PROGRAMMING ...........................................................Page
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7 ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE ...............................................................Page
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7-9 OPEN LOOP ADJUSTMENTS ................................................................ Page
7-10 CLOSED LOOP ADJUSTMENTS ............................................................ Page
7-11 PERMANENT MAGNET SYNCHR. MOTOR (PMSM)
PUTTING ON DUTY AND ADJUSTMENTS ............................................ Page
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8 CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE.............................................................Page
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9 PARAMETER SUMMARY TABLE - SASSI MOTORS FOR VVVF ........Page
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10 PARAMETERS LIST..............................................................................Page
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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY .................................................Page
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1 – INTRODUCTION
The TAKEDO–3VF NXP is an inverter drive with built-in EMC filter and smoothing choke, responding to
Council Directives 89/336/CEE (electromagnetic compatibility) 73/23/CEE (low voltage equipment). The drive
can operate both in open loop mode than in closed loop mode. For operation in closed loop mode, an
optional circuit board is required, and an encoder as described in the following pages.
This manual provides you with the necessary information about putting on duty and the operation of NXP
frequency converter. You can find further information about application and installation in a lift control panel
in the ANNEX NXP FOR PANEL WIRING SPECIALISTS, available in electronic edition on our website:
www.sms.bo.it.
2 – SAFETY WARNINGS AND PRECAUTIONS
Read this manual in its entirety before powering up the equipment, following the procedures step by step.
In detail, please read carefully the Chapters:
7 – ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE
6.4 – ACTIVE FAULTS
2.1 SAFETY WARNINGS
Follow the procedures indicated below with due care, so as to avoid any risk of serious accidents.
1- Do not use an oscilloscope or other such instrument to test the internal circuits of the inverter. This type
of operation must be performed only by a specialist technician.
2- The leakage current from the inverter to ground is greater than 30mA, and accordingly, the power
circuit must incorporate a differential circuit breaker with Id not less than 300mA, type B or type A.
European directives require that the connection to ground be made with cable of not less than 10 mm²
section. Powering up the drive, if the differential circuit breaker doesn’t remain connected, don’t
repeat the operation a lot of consecutive times , because the drive could be permanently
damaged. Verify that the differential circuit breaker current is ≥ 300 mA.
3- If the parameters used in programming the drive are incorrect, the motor may be caused to rotate at a
speed higher than synchronous. Do not run the motor beyond its specified electrical and mechanical
limits. The installer is responsible for ensuring that movements are generated in conditions of safety,
without exceeding specified operating limits.
4- Risk of electrocution. Power up the inverter only with the front cover fitted. NEVER remove the cover
during operation. Before carrying out any operation on the equipment, isolate from the electrical power
supply and wait a few minutes for the internal capacitors to discharge.
5- The external braking resistor heats up during operation. Do not install it close to or in contact with
inflammable materials. To improve heat dissipation it is good practice to fix the resistor to a metal plate.
Ensure it is properly protected and cannot be touched.
6- The inverter have to be always connected to the mains supply . In case of interruption wait 1 minute at
least before restore supply . TOO NEAR INSERTIONS OF THE MAINS CAN CAUSE A PERMANENT
DAMAGE OF THE INVERTER.
2.2 PRECAUTIONS
Follow the procedures indicated in the manual with care so as to avoid the risk of damaging or destroying the
drive.
1- Do not connect the equipment to a voltage higher than the permissible input voltage. An excessive
voltage can cause irreparable damage to internal components.
2- To avoid the risk of damaging the drive in case it stays not working without power supply for a
long time, you should follow these precautions:
- If the inverter doesn’t work since several months, before starting the operation, regenerate the
bus capacitors powering up the drive at least for 1 hour preventing it can operate.
- If the inverter doesn’t work since one year or more, to regenerate the bus capacitors power up
the drive, preventing it can operate, for 1 hour at an input voltage less than 50% the rated
voltage, then for 1 hour at the rated input voltage.
3- Do not connect capacitors to the inverter outputs.
4- If the drive protection functions trip, do not reset the fault before having analysed and removed the
cause of the fault.
5- The lift system should be counterweighted at 50%, if counterweighted at 40% the current in up direction
with full load is greater and requires a larger capacity inverter to that normally necessary, with
consequent greater cost.
6- Use a drive having rated current equal to or greater than the motor rated current .
7- The braking resistor have to be connected between B+ and R-. If connected between B+ and B-,
the inverter will be permanently damaged.
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3 – CONNECTING THE POWER CIRCUIT
L1;L2;L3
A.C. mains power input
L1;L2
D.C. power input
U;V;W
Inverter output
B+;R-
External braking resistor
Ground
Connect the three phases of the power supply to any three
terminals, in any order
Connect the batteries in the event of emergency operation
(evacuation)
Connect the three output phases to the contactors, then to the
motor
Connect the external braking resistor
Connect to the ground system
CC terminals
Braking resistor
terminals
Ground
terminals
Mains cable
Motor cable
Example of power circuit connection
3.1 SAFETY WARNINGS
1- Ground the unit before powering it.
2- To increase the protection of the internal diodes and connecting wires (especially against the
overvoltage due for example to atmospheric phenomena), you should connect three fast-acting fuses
(one for each phase) in series with the a.c. power input terminals; fuses must be rated to match the
different size designations as indicated in TABLE – Recommended braking resistors and fuses.
The fuse kit, complete with box, is available on request.
3- To avoid irreparable damage to the inverter, do not connect braking resistors with resistance or
power ratings lower than those indicated in TABLE. For long run lifts or high reverse gain gears,
install the braking resistor with oversized power but with the same value in ohms (if needed, contact
SMS for advices).
4- The inverter drive is connected <<up line>> of the power contactors. The drive is able to pilot operation
of the motor in two directions, accordingly, the system can incorporate only two power contactors to
switch the inverter – motor line, as prescribed by safety regulations.
5- The external braking resistor heats up during operation. Do not install it close to or in contact with
inflammable materials. Ensure it is properly protected and cannot be touched.
6- Wire and bond ground connections in accordance with professional standards (as indicated under
heading 3.2) to avoid problems with EMC interference.
7- Take particular care over the power connections. If the input and output connections are reversed, the
inverter will be inevitably damaged.
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SIZE
(kW)
NOMINAL
CURRENT
(A)
DIMENSIONS
LxHxW
(mm)
FAST ACITNG
FUSES
(A)
INVERTER 400 VOLT (380÷500V) SERIES
VACON
CODE
3
8
NXP0009
128x292x190
25
4
10
13
NXP0012
128x292x190
25
NXP0016
144x391x214
25
5.5
BRAKING RESISTANCE
SUPPLIED BY
SMS
(Geared motor)
SUPPLIED BY
SMS
(Gearless
motor)
MINIMUM
VALUE
(Ω
Ω)
DIMENSIONS
LxWxH (mm)
200x35x30
65Ω
350W
65Ω1500W
61Ω
65Ω
350W
65Ω1500W
61Ω
200x35x30
2x130Ω
350W
Ask to SMS
65Ω1500W
61Ω
50Ω1500W
42Ω
200x35x30 (*)
445x110x140
50Ω1500W
50Ω1500W
42Ω
42Ω
445x110x140
445x110x140
445x110x140 (*)
445x110x140 (*)
445x110x140 (*)
6
14
NXP0013
128x292x190
55
7.5
11
18
24
NXP0022
NXP0031
144x391x214
144x391x214
55
55
14
27
NXP0032
144x391x214
80
2x50Ω1500W
14Ω
15
18.5
32
42
NXP0038
NXP0045
195x519x237
195x519x237
80
110
2x50Ω
2x50Ω
1500W
1500W
2x50Ω1500W
2x50Ω1500W
25Ω
20Ω
22
48
NXP0061
195x519x237
110
3x50Ω
1500W
3x50Ω1500W
14Ω
445x110x140 (*)
30
61
NXP0072
237x591x257
140
5x50Ω
1500W
5x50Ω1500W
6,1Ω
445x110x140 (*)
37
75
NXP0087
237x591x257
140
5x50Ω
1500W
5x50Ω1500W
6,1Ω
445x110x140 (*)
50Ω 1500W
50Ω 1500W
Ask to SMS
(*) Full dimension is the one indicated multiplied by the number of resistors.
TABLE – Fuses and recommended braking resistors
IMPORTANT: For high travel (>30m) or gear with high inverse efficiency, install the braking resistor
recommended as value in ohm, but power corresponding to the next higher size.
For higher powers and voltages, or advices on application, consult SMS.
3.2 INVERTER/MOTOR CABLING RULES TO ASSURE EMC CONFORMITY
The correct INVERTER – MOTOR cabling must follow the rules below:
1- The building ground plant must be connected to both the inverter and motor.
2- The inverter/contactor and contactor/motor cable runs must be as short as possible, shielded with four
poles (three phases plus yellow/green ground wire), or four unshielded wires bound together running in
a duct or grounded metal tube. In other words, in the same cable or tube there must be a ground wire
running as close as possible to the power cables. In the case of a shielded cable the shield must be
unbroken between the inverter/contactor and contactor/motor .
The shield have to be grounded at both ends with a 360° clamp (Fig. 1), or with special terminals
(Fig. 2).
FIG. 1
FIG. 2
If the shield cannot be grounded with a 360° clamp on the motor terminal block itself, the shield must be
grounded on the motor casing before the cable enters the terminal box.
3- Use a shielded cable also for the inverter input power line to avoid radiated EMC emissions in the
system. The mains input power cables and inverter output cables MUST NOT be run in the same duct
and their runs must be as far apart as possible (at least 50 cm.).
4- The power and control cables must be run as far apart as possible and not parallel to each other, even if
they are shielded; if the cable runs cross they must do so at an angle of 90°.
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5- Independently of the connection to the building grounding plant, the motor casing MUST be connected
both to the cable shield and to the yellow/green ground wire inside the shielded cable.
6- The inverter emits electromagnetic radiation which can be captured and transmitted by cables, in
particular by the flexible cables in the shaft.
To avoid this problem, use shielded cables for the control panel logic / inverter connections, with the
shield grounded at both ends. DO NOT use shielded cables without grounding the shields: this leads to
higher levels of EMC disturbance than if unshielded cables are used.
Any wire in a multi-pole cable which is not in use must be grounded at both ends.
7- Any cable, whether control and external shaft or car connections, must never run parallel/near to the
power cable, even if shielded; if they must be parallel for any reason, they should be run through
separate metal ducts.
8- The pulse generator cable must be shielded and the shield grounded at the inverter end, as far as
possible from the motor cable.
The motor/pulse generator coupling must be isolated to avoid parasitic currents looping through the
pulse generator. As for all other shields, the ground connection must be via a 360° clamp.
9- All ground connections should be as short as possible and wide .
(a)
(b)
Copper braid (a) is better than wire (b).
10- To avoid unintentional tripping of the differential circuit breakers take the following steps:
− make the power cable runs as short as possible
− use circuit breakers designed for harmonics (type B or type A, with tripping current 300mA).
− reduce the inverter carrier frequency (if possible); lower frequency means greater motor noise, but
smaller grounding currents and smaller EMC phenomena.
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4 – ENCODER: CONNECTION AND TYPES
ASYNCHRONOUS MOTORS
Board NXOPTA4 or NXOPTA5 (for LINE DRIVER 5V Encoder type) or NXOPTA5 (for
PUSH-PULL 15 / 24V Encoder type), inserted in slot C (3° from left)
When operating in closed-loop mode, the inverter drive requires a feedback signal provided by an industrial
encoder , resolution 1024 pulse/rev (encoders specified within the range 300 - 5000 pulse/rev can also be
used) , of type :
Line driver powered at 5Vdc or
Push-pull powered at 15 or 24 Vdc.
SMS can supply a LIKA I581024H encoder, 1024 pulse/rev , that works with both NOXOPTA4 and
NXOPTA5 boards , working in line driver mode if powered at 5Vdc , push-pull mode if powered at 15 or 24
Vdc.
TERMINAL
SIGNAL
LIKA I581024H ENCODER
terminal 01
A+
YELLOW
terminal 02
A-
BLUE
terminal 03
B+
GREEN
terminal 04
B-
ORANGE
terminal 09
– Power supply
BLACK
terminal 10
+ Power supply
RED
CAUTION!
If the encoder used is not supplied by SMS , if it is LINE DRIVER type , the NXOPTA4 encoder board
have to be used, whereas if a 15V or 24V PUSH-PULL type is installed, the NXOPTA5 encoder board
will be needed.
PERMANENT MAGNET SYNCHRONOUS MOTORS
For this application EnDat™ absolute encoders are recommended or , in alternative incremental sin-cos
type, resolution 2048 pulse/rev.
To connect the ECN 113 or ECN 413 Heidenhain encoder to the inverter, use the following table.
To connect sin-cos encoders (for example Heidenhain ERN1387), use the following table as well, but ignore
the first 4 connections (DATA+,DATA-,CLOCK+,CLOCK-) because they don’t exist in this kind of encoder.
NXOPTBE or NXOPTBB Board (Slot C)
Terminal X6
Terminal
number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Signal
DATA+
DATA–
CLOCK+
CLOCK–
A+
AB+
BGND
Encoder power
Heidenhain color code
ECN 113 / ECN 413
Grey
(for EnDat® only)
Pink
(for EnDat® only)
Violet
(for EnDat® only)
Yellow
(for EnDat® only)
Green / Black
Yellow / Black
Blue / Black
Red / Black
White / Green
Brown / Green
ADVICE VALID FOR ALL THE ENCODER TYPES
The encoder cable must be shielded, and the shield connected (as indicated in heading 3.2) to the
inverter ground terminal. In any event, the encoder should have a shielded cable of length sufficient
to allow connection direct to the inverter, following the shortest possible run and located WELL
AWAY FROM THE POWER CABLES.
Remaining wires have to be isolated one by one and left unconnected.
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HS-HIGH SPEED
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SHIELDED CABLE
+ 5VDCLINE DRIVER
24VDC PUSH-PULL
IMPORTANT:
ENCODER BOARD IS NOT PRESENT
IN OPEN LOOP VERSION
B-
B+
A-
A+
TP1
+24VDC
I<250mA
10 (SLOT C)
1 ENCODER
BOARD
2
NXOPTA4
3 (LIine driver)
4
or
NXOPTA5
9 (Push-pull)
7(GND)
11(CMA)
17(CMB)
6
10
9
8
16
15
DO1
RO2
RO1
26
25
22
23
20
12
19
18
AC
AC
R-
B+
Ke2
SHIELDED
CABLE
SHIELDED CABLE
SHIELDED CABLE
SHIELDED CABLE
M
3-PH
OPERATION VOLTAGE –
TB
BRAKE CONTACTOR
Imax<400mA ; Vmax<=125 VDC
OPERATION VOLTAGE +
FAULT RELAY
Imax<400mA ; Vmax<=125 VDC
Programmable through par. 2.7.1
(Default = MOTOR SWITCH)
OPEN COLLECTOR OUTPUT
I<50mA D.C. ; V=24 Vdc
CONTACTOR SWITCH OFF COMMAND
or SPEED DETECTOR
To allow emergency operation, these
terminals have to be connected to a supply
voltage 220VAC (I>300mA).
EXTERNAL BRAKING
RESISTOR
GROUND CABLE
TP1
CONTACTORS
TP
IMPORTANT:
FILTER AND INDUCTANCE ARE MOUNTED
INSIDE THE INVERTER ACCORDING TO THE
EMC STANDARDS, YOU MUST USE SHIELDED
CABLE AS INPUT AND OUTPUT CABLES
(-)
(+)
EMERGENCY
BOARD
102.06.NXEM1
TAKEDO 3VF
NXP
W
V
U
SHIELDED
CABLE
ASYNCHRONOUS MOTOR
TP
Ke2
EMERGENCY OPERATION
DOWN-DOWNWARD
UP-UPWARD
MS-INSPECTION SPEED
LS-LOW SPEED
14
L3
T
L1
L2
Ke
SHIELDED CABLE
Ke2
S
R
SHIELDED CABLE
THREE
PHASE LINE
BATTERIY
SUPPLY
48-96V
5 – EXAMPLES OF APPLICATION
Ke
DATA+ *
HEIDENHAIN
DATA- *
ENCODER CLOCK+ *
ECN 113 / 413 CLOCK- *
A+
* = Do not connect
Athese signals for
B+
sin-cos encoders
BGND
+Power
supply.
TP
TP1
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SHIELDED CABLE
GREY *
PINK *
VIOLET *
YELLOW *
GREEN / BLACK
YELLOW / BLACK
BLUE / BLACK
RED / BLACK
WHITE / GREEN
BROWN / GREEN
Ke2
EMERGENCY OPERATION
DOWN-DOWNWARD
UP-UPWARD
MS-INSPECTION SPEED
LS-LOW SPEED
10
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
NXOPTBE
oR
NXOPTBB
BOARD
ENCODER
7(GND)
11(CMA)
DO1
RO2
RO1
(-)
(+)
EMERGENCY
BOARD
102.06.NXEM1
TAKEDO 3VF
NXP
+24VDC
I<250mA
17(CMB)
6
10
9
8
16
15
14
L3
T
HS-HIGH SPEED
L2
S
Ke
L1
SHIELDED CABLE
Ke2
R
SHIELDED CABLE
BATTERIY
SUPPLY
96-192V
26
25
22
23
20
12
19
18
AC
AC
R-
B+
W
V
U
Ke2
SHIELDED
CABLE
EXTERNAL BRAKING
RESISTOR
GROUND CABLE
TP1
CONTACTORS
TP
SHIELDED CABLE
SHIELDED CABLE
SHIELDED CABLE
M
3-PH
OPERATION VOLTAGE –
TB
BRAKE CONTACTOR
Imax<400mA ; Vmax<=125 VDC
OPERATION VOLTAGE +
FAULT RELAY
Imax<400mA ; Vmax<=125 VDC
Programmable through par. 2.7.1
(Default = MOTOR SWITCH)
OPEN COLLECTOR OUTPUT
I<50mA D.C. ; V=24 Vdc
CONTACTOR SWITCH OFF COMMAND
or SPEED DETECTOR
To allow emergency operation, these
terminals have to be connected to a supply
voltage 220VAC (I>300mA).
SHIELDED
CABLE
PERMANENT MAGNET
SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR
9
10
RUN ENABLE
MBC
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RO3
RO2
NXOPTB5 BOARD
(3 N.O. RELAYS, SLOT D)
Imax<400mA ; Vmax<=125 Vdc
SPEED
DETECTOR RELAY
P2.7.7.3 = 11
MOTOR BLOCK
RELAY
P2.7.7.2 = 16
28
29
25
26
22
23
~
CONTACTORS
OPENING RELAY
P2.7.7.1 = 15
~
5(GND/AI2–)
RO1
OPTION −
BOARD
NXBR
ECONOMIZER
DEVICE FOR
BRAKE
+
19
18
3(GND/AI1–)
7(GND)
+24Vdc
I<250mA
4 (AI2+)
5(GND/AI2–)
18
4
1
2
6
10
TAKEDO 3VF
NXP
BRAKE Control
from Analog Output AO1
In order to enable it, set
P2.7.6.1 = 12 / ExtBrake
SAFETY BRAKE CONTROL
To activate it, set P2.6.3.4 = DigIn:A7
(terminal 2 configuration)
TP1
RUN ENABLE
1K2 1/4W
EMERGENCY OPERATION
9
8
16
15
14
19
To activate it , set
P2.3.3 = 2/NormClosed and P2.6.3.5 = DigIn:A8
(terminal 4 configuration)
TP
Ke2
DOWN-DOWNWARD
UP-UPWARD
MS-INSPECTION SPEED
LS-LOW SPEED
HS-HIGH SPEED
RUN ENABLE
LOGIC COMMAND
TP1
– OPERATING
VOLTAGE
TBM
OPERATION VOLTAGE +
Upstream the safety chain
230Vac
L3
L2
L1
MBC = Motor block contactor
MBC
MBC
BRAKE
207Vdc
I max 3A
˜
M
3-PH
SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR
Through the NXBR1 Board, ECONOMIZER DEVICE FOR
BRAKE, the brake is controlled by the inverter, supplied with full
voltage for 3 sec, then the supply goes down to half-voltage, to
prevent the over-heating of the brake coil during run.
TP
Note : Connection in case of brake control
input absence . II this case the terminal 5
(AI2-) have not to be connected together 3
and 7 terminals.
Signal
adapter
(if needed)
CAR LOAD CELL
OTHER OPTIONS
6 – KEYPAD AND PROGRAMMING
The control panel has an alphanumeric display with nine status indicators and three lines of text for the
menu, the descriptions of the menu/submenu and the number of the submenu or the value of the function
displayed. There are also nine keys used for controlling the drive, setting parameters and displaying values.
The panel is removable, since all parts are isolated from the a.c. input voltage.
Items of data are organized in menus and submenus, by way of which to display and process control
signals, indicate faults and measurements and change parameters.
STATUS INDICATORS
RUN
= lights up when the motor is running
= indicates the direction of rotation selected
STOP
= lights up when the motor is at standstill
READY = lights up when the drive is powered up and ready
for use
FAULT = lights up when a fault is detected in the drive
ALARM = lights up when an alarm is tripped
Position indication: displays the symbol and the
number of the menu, the parameter, etc..
The symbol I/O term indicates that that the I/O terminals are
the selected control interface; in other words, the commands
are given via the I/O terminals
IMPORTANT: When the drive is used with lift motors,
neither Keypad nor Bus/Comm must ever appear in place
of I/O term
FIG. 4 – Control panel with Liquid Crystal Display
Description line: displays the description of the menu,
value or fault.
Values line: indicates the numerical value and
descriptor of reference data, parameters etc. and the
number of submenus available in each menu.
Lights up when power is supplied to the drive. Indicates that the inverter is ready for use.
Lights up when the drive is in operation.
Lights up when risk conditions have been identified and caused the drive to shut off (lock-up caused by fault). At the same
time, the FAULT status indicator blinks in the display, which also shows a description of the fault; see Heading 7.3.4, Active
Faults.
Menu left
Explore menu back. Moves the cursor to the left (in
the PARAMETERS menu).
Used to quit edit mode. Press and hold for 2…3
seconds to return to the main menu.
Menu right
Explore menu forward. Moves the cursor to the
right (in the PARAMETERS menu).
Used to access edit mode.
Up arrow
Scroll main menu and pages of various submenus.
Changes a parameter by increasing the value.
enter
select
Enter:
Confirm selection.
Used to reset faults memory: press
and hold for 2…3 seconds
Select
Toggles between the last two items
displayed.
Useful for verifying how a newly edited
value will impact on another value.
START
START (NOT used)
STOP
STOP (NOT used)
Down arrow
Scroll main menu and pages of various submenus.
Changes a parameter by decreasing the value.
reset
Reset
Resets active faults.
FIG. 5 – Control keypad
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The submenus are accessible from the main menu using the
key. The symbol M on the first text line
indicates the main menu. It is followed by a number that refers to the submenu in question. The arrow (→
→)
at the bottom right of the display indicates a further submenu that can be recalled by pressing the
key. To go back to the main menu from the submenu, simply press the
key.
Data are divided into Menus and Submenus. The main menus are organized on seven levels M1-M7.
To go from one menu to the next, use the increase/decrease keys
or
.
M1=Visualizzazione / Monitor
M5=Storico guasti / Fault history
M2=Parametri / Parameters
M6=Menu di sistema / System menu
M4=Guasti attivi / Active faults
M7=Schede espansione / Expander boards
Each menu contains submenus, which can also be on several levels. To access the submenus, press the
key, then use the +/- keys to show the various quantities; to quit the submenu, press the
key.
KEY TO SYMBOLS CONTAINED IN MENUS AND SUBMENUS:
M= menu (internal modes G,V,P,H,F)
G= group (internal modes V,P)
V= read only
H= fault history
P= modifiable parameter
F= active fault
6.0 – COPY OF PARAMETERS WITH KEYPAD
Programming keypad can also be used to copy parameters to or from the inverter.
This function is very useful when is needed to transfer the optimal parameter set found for a lift on another
lift of the same type, but YOU CAN ONLY USE IT TO COPY PARAMETERS BETWEEN INVERTERS
EQUIPPED WITH THE SAME APPLICATION SOFTWARE RELEASE
(the Application software release is written on a label under the keypad).
6.0.1 – COPY FROM INVERTER TO KEYPAD
Push the left arrow key until the ‘M’ letter , followed by the menu number (e.g. M2) , is not appeared on the
left high corner of the display . Push up or down arrow key to reach M6.
M6
S6.3
S6.3.2
System Menù
Copy Parameters
Up to keypad
S1>S8 →
Pushing the right arrow
key will be displayed
S6.1.Push the up arrow
key to reach S6.3.
P1>P4 →
Select →
Pushing the right arrow
key will be displayed
S6.3.1.Push the up arrow
key to reach S6.3.2.
Push the right arrow key.
S6.3.2
Up to keypad
S6.3.2
S6.3.2
Up to keypad
Up to keypad
All param.
Push Enter to start data
copy.
Wait…
Wait the end of the copy.
OK
Copy done . Keypad
contains the inverter data.
6.0.2 – COPY FROM KEYPAD TO INVERTER
Selecting S6.3.3 , will be displayed “Down from keypad” . Proceed in the same way described before.
Note : During the copy from keypad to inverter some data copy will appear as “Locked” . This happens
because there are fixed parameters that are not modifiable (reserved) . Pushing Enter key any time
“Locked” appears (about 6-7 times) copy proceeds and “Ok” will be displayed.
Attention : Copy from a keypad when its data comes from an inverter of the same size of the one you
are copying into.
Connecting the keypad to the inverter in which you want to copy the data , it will appear :
Copy To Panel?
enter/reset
Push RESET because
you want to copy the
keypad data into the
inverter.
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Copy From Panel?
enter/reset
Push ENTER to start
the copy and wait .
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6.1 M1 = MONITOR
This menu allows to see values and data during the inverter operation and it is split into 3 different sub-menus
The caption V1→
→Vn appears under the menu. This means there are ‘n’ quantities that can be monitored.
CODE
DESCRIPTION
CODE
DESCRIPTION
Drive – Motor
V1.1.1
V1.1.2
V1.1.3
V1.1.4
V1.1.5
Frequenza uscita / Output frequency
RifFrequenza / FreqReference
Velocità motore / Motor Speed
Coppia motore / Motor Torque
Potenza motore / Motor Power
V1.1.6
V1.1.7
V1.1.8
V1.1.9
V1.1.10
Corrente motore / Motor Current
Tensione motore / Motor Voltage
Tensione bus C.C. / DC-link Voltage
Temp inverter / Unit temperature
Memoria Cont Antic / Advan Cont Memory
Input – Output
V1.2.1
DIN1, DIN2, DIN3
(Up, Down, Evacuation)
V1.2.4
V1.2.2
DIN4, DIN5, DIN6
(High, Low, Inspection Speed)
V1.2.5
V1.2.3
DIN7, DIN8
(Run Enable, Safety Brake Control)
V1.2.6
DO1, R01, R02
(Programm. Outputs: Motor Switch, Fault, Brake
RE1, RE2, RE3
(NXOPTB5 Programmable Outputs:
Motor Switch, Motor Block, Speed Detector)
Uscita analogica / Analog Iout
Ride Values
V1.3.1
Vel. cabina m/s / Lift Speed m/s
V1.3.4
V1.3.2
Vel. Encoder / Encoder Freq (Hz)
(+ upward, - downward)
V1.3.5
V1.3.3
DistArrestTotale / TotalStopDistan (mm)
V1.3.6
DistRallentamen / Slowing Distan (mm)
(Slowing-down distance)
DistBassaVeloc / LowSpeedDistan (mm)
(low speed distance)
DistArrestFinale / FinalStopDistan (mm)
(stop distance)
6.2 M2 = PARAMETRI / PARAMETERS
Full list of parameters with associated descriptions is in the paragraph “10 – PARAMETERS LIST”.
6.4 M4 = GUASTI E ALLARMI ATTIVI / ACTIVE FAULTS AND WARNINGS
Listed below are the most common fault messages. Be careful not to reset the alarm or fault without first
having investigated the problems that caused the protection mechanism to cut in.
Always deselect the run command before resetting any fault.
Code
Description
Cures / Indications
1
Overcurrent: current 4 times the nominal value
detected at the inverter output
Check the condition of cables and motor, also the
size of the inverter drive
2
Overvoltage:
detection of DC link voltage too high
Increase the deceleration time, check the value
of the braking resistor.
5
Charge switch: The charge switch is open when
the drive is in running.
Reset the fault and restart . If the fault happens
again , contact SMS.
Saturation trip : One or more power component
malfunctioning.
Cannot be reset from the keypad. Switch off
power. DO NOT RE-CONNECT POWER!
Contact factory. If this fault appears
simultaneously with Fault 1, check motor cables
and motor.
7
8
System fault :
- Damaged or malfunctioning component.
- Verify data register 7.3.4.3
Reset the fault and restart . If the fault happens
again , contact SMS.
Check that the voltage input to the inverter drive
is correct and steady. If the fault occurs during
acceleration, increase the acceleration time.
9
Undervoltage:
detection of DC link voltage too low.
3
10
11
Power stage faults : detection of fault in power
Check the power cables on the input/output sides
connections (input or output phase missing, earth
and/or the motor insulation .
fault, etc)
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Code
12
13
14
16
15
Description
Braking fault: fault affecting braking resistor or
chopper
Temperature inverter drive undertemperature;
(-10°C)
inverter drive overtemperature;
(+90°C)
motor overtemperature
Motor stall: the motor has not started while the
inverter has already reached 90% of the limit
current settled in 2.1.1
Motor underload
22
23
EEPROM “Checksum” error : Parameter
recovery failed
-Damaged or malfunctioning component
25
Microprocessor watch-dog error :
-Damaged or malfunctioning component
26
Start up prevented
32
Fan cooler not working
Control unit fault : NXS control unit can’t drive
power unit NXP and vice-versa.
37
38
39
40
41
Check the brake or the counterweight if the stall
happens in down run without load.
Reset the fault and restart . If the fault happens
again , contact SMS.
Reset the fault and restart . If the fault happens
again , contact SMS.
Cancel prevention of start-up.
Contact SMS.
Change the control unit.
Device changed : Option board or control unit
changed. Same type of board or same power
Reset Note: No fault time data record!
rating of drive.
Device added : Option board or drive added.
Drive of same power rating or same type of board Reset Note: No fault time data record!
added.
Device removed : Option board removed. Drive
removed.
Reset Note: No fault time data record!
Device unknown : Unknown option board or
drive.
IGBT temperature : IGBT Inverter Bridge
overtemperature protection has detected a short
term too high overload current.
Reset Note: No fault time data record!
Check loading. Check motor size.
Channels inverted (modify the parameter P2.1.13
“EncoderDirection”);
connection loss or made incorrectly, or faulty
encoder.
43
Encoder alarm
52
Keypad communication fault : The connection
between the control keypad and the frequency
converter is broken.
54
Slot fault : Defective option board or slot.
56
Speed Error
57
Overload
59
Wrong run
14
Make certain the air flow around the drive is
sufficient to cool the heat sink and/or check for
possible motor overload.
Make certain the motor is not too small for the
rated power of the drive.
17
36
Cures / Indications
Check the connection and/or the size of the
resistor .
SUBCODE S6 – in case of PMSM, it means wrong or missing
connection to terminals 1-2-3-4, if the encoder type is set to
ABSOLUTE (ENDAT)
SUBCODE S7 – wrong or missing channel connection
SUBCODE S9 – angle identification error in PMSM
Check keypad connection and possible keypad
cable.
Check board and slot
Contact SMS.
Channels inverted (modify the parameter P2.1.13
“EncoderDirection”) or the motor doesn’t follow
the speed curve set by the inverter because of a
wrong setting.
Motor limit torque exceeded. Verify the working
current and the correct brake opening.
The run direction (up or down) has been
activated for more than 5 seconds without a
speed level. Check the control panel commands.
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Code
60
61
62
63
64
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
Description
Cures / Indications
Low speed input falls during slow-down, before
Levelling
the motor has reached the steady low
speed.level
The inverter doesn’t open the brake because
Low current
current doesn’t reach the value settled in 2.3.1.1
for open loop or in 2.3.2.1 for closed loop.
Emergency input signal falls during the
Emergency
emergency run.
Missing current in one phase or unbalanced
Output phases
current in the output phases.
The active speed level has a frequency reference
Low reference
which is lower than the DC electrical braking start
frequency (open loop only).
The inverter, due to some malfunctioning,
Overspeed
exceeds the maximum allowed speed.
Anticipated opening of the contactors
The contactors between the inverter and the
(Please see the “Alarm 68 NOTE” below)
motor open before the inverter switch-off.
It can occur only If you use the ENABLE input
(terminal 2), indicates that the Enable input has
No Enable
not been activated within 2 seconds from the
contactor command.
After the SMS application software download ,
Wrong license code
the licence code is not entered correctly.
The motor identification or the rotor angle
Identification error
identification for PMSM has not come correctly to
an end..
The safety brake input control has not detected
Wrong brake opening
the brake opening after the P2.3.4 time.
The safety brake input control has not detected
Wrong brake closing
the brake closing after the P2.3.5 time.
In case of PMSM, the brake doesn’t open
Wrong Angle identification
because the encoder angle identification at start
is not correct.
In case of PMSM, the brake doesn’t open
because there is no good feedback to the initial
Phase Check not OK
current pulse (maybe a phase is open or the
identified angle is not correct)
If other types of fault should occur, please contact SMS.
Alarm 68 NOTE After 20 trips of this alarm, the drive goes out of service and you need to use RESET key to
resume the operation.
To check the total amount of the Alarm 68 trips, please see the Menu
M1 MONITOR – V1.1.10.
Eliminate the malfunctioning by delaying the contactors opening. If you can’t do this (for
example, in lifts with manual doors, where people opens the car door while car stopping),
set parameters P2.3.1.5 and P2.3.1.2 to 0.
If the alarm still occurs, please contact SMS.
THE MOTOR CONTACTOR EARLY OPENING SHORTENS THE INVERTER LIFE.
6.5 M5 = STORICO GUASTI / FAULT HISTORY
The caption H1→Hx appears under the menu. This indicates how many faults are memorized. Up to 30
faults can be memorized and displayed chronologically in reverse order (most recent fault displayed first). To
reset faults, the
(ENTER) key must be pressed and held for at least 3 seconds.
enter
6.6 M6 = MENU DI SISTEMA / SYSTEM MENU
The caption S1→S11 appears under the menu. This means there are 11 submenus.
S6.1
Language Setting: ITALIAN / ENGLISH / FRENCH .
S6.2
Application Setting: SMSLift Asyn / SMSLift Sync
SMS advises against modifying other parameters relative to this MENU.
Should the need arise, contact SMS or use the original manual (www.vacon.com).
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6.7 M7 = SCHEDE ESPANSIONE / EXPANDER BOARDS
The caption G1→G5 appears under the menu. This means there can be up to 5 submenus. The number of
submenus depends on the number of optional circuit boards connected.
G7.1 NXOPTA1 G1→
→G2 (Board on Slot A)
SMS advises against modifying the parameters relative to this submenu.
G7.2 NXOPTA2 G1→
→G1 (digital relay outputs, Slot B)
G7.2.1 I/O monitor V1→
→V2
Par.
Description
V7.2.1.1
DigOUT:B1 (Digital output B.1)
V7.2.1.2
DigOUT:B2 (Digital output B.2)
Unit
Default
Value
G7.3 NXOPTA4 G1→
→G2 (5V line driver encoder board) or NXOPTA5 G1→
→G2 (24V push-pull) (Slot C)
G7.3.1 Parametri / Parameters P1→
→P3
Par.
Description
P7.3.1.1
Pulse/revolution (Number of encoder pulses)
P7.3.1.2
Invert direction (Encoder direction)
P7.3.1.3
Reading rate (Encoder sampling)
G7.3.2 Monitor V1→
→V2
Par.
Description
V7.3.2.1
Encoder frequency
V7.3.2.2
Encoder speed
Unit
Value
ms
Default
1024
No
5
Unit
Hz
rpm
Default
x
x
Value
G7.3 NXOPTBE G1→
→G2 (ENDAT, SSI, SIN/COS encoder board for synchronous motor, Slot C)
G7.3.1 Parameters P1→
→P8
Par.
Descrizione
P7.3.1.1
Operate Mode
P7.3.1.2
Pulse revolution
P7.3.1.3
Invert direction
P 7.3.1.4 Reading rate
P 7.3.1.5 Interpolation
P 7.3.1.6 SSI data coding
P 7.3.1.7 SSI total bits
P 7.3.1.8 SSI revol bits
G7.3.2 Monitor V1→
→V6
Par.
Descrizione
V7.3.2.1
Encoder freq
V7.3.2.2
Encoder speed
V7.3.2.3
Comm. Counter
V7.3.2.4
RevolutionCountr
V7.3.2.5
Abs pos Hi word
V7.3.2.6
Abs pos Lo word
u.d.m.
ms
Def.
SinCos
2048
0 / No
1
1 / Yes
Valore
13
0
u.d.m.
Hz
rpm
Def.
Valore
G7.3 NXOPTBB G1→
→G2 (ENDAT and SIN/COS encoder board for synchronous motor, Slot C)
G7.3.1 Parametri / Parameters P1→
→P4
Par.
Descrizione
P7.3.1.1
Invert direction
P7.3.1.2
Reading rate
P7.3.1.3
Interpolation
P 7.3.1.4 Pulse revolution
G7.3.2 Monitor V1→
→V7
Par.
Descrizione
V7.3.2.1
Encoder freq
V7.3.2.2
Encoder speed
V7.3.2.3
Encoder Pos
V7.3.2.4
EncRevolution
V7.3.2.5
EncAlarm
V7.3.2.6
EncWarning
V7.3.2.7
EncMessages
16
u.d.m.
ms
u.d.m.
Hz
rpm
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Def.
0 / No
1
1 / Yes
2048
Valore
Def.
Valore
G7.4 NXOPTB5 G1→
→G1 (3 digital relay outputs, Slot D)
G7.3.1 MONITOR I/O V1→
→V3
Par.
Description
V7.4.1.1
DigOUT:D1 (Digital output D.1)
V7.4.1.2
DigOUT:D2 (Digital output D.2)
V7.4.1.3
DigOUT:D3 (Digital output D.3)
Unit
Default
1
0
0
Value
7 – ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE
IMPORTANT
It is necessary to know the characteristics of the motor, normally indicated on dataplate, before
proceeding to modify parameters.
If you are using a SASSI motor:
- if it’s an ASYNCHRONOUS one, and it is present in the SUMMARY TABLE OF SASSI MOTORS
(CHAPTER 9), you have only to set the parameter P2.1.7 “Motor Code” and the data of the motor
will be automatically set inside the drive.
- if it’s a SYNCHRONOUS one, set the parameter P2.1.3 to:
8Hz for motors series G400
11Hz for motors series G300 / G200
Check that the parameter P2.1.4 (Motor Nominal Speed) is set to 60 rpm, whatever are the adjustment
frequency and the motor nominal speed.
If the motor is not a SASSI motor or it’s not present on the table, you have to set the following
parameters :
NOMINAL VOLTAGE, NOMINAL FREQUENCY, NOMINAL SPEED, NOMINAL CURRENT, COS φ ,
inside the BASIC PARAMETERS Group of the drive.
If you are using a NXP closed loop drive with an asynchronous motor, you have to set the parameter
P2.5.4.1 the NO-LOAD current of the motor (MAGNETISING CURRENT).
If these parameters aren’t programmed correctly , the drive won’t work correctly.
FOR PERMANENT MAGNETS SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR , PLEASE REFER TO PAR. 7.11
There is a guided procedure in order to set the basic parameters of the motor and the travel (SET UP)
which starts automatically at the very first switch-on of the drive, or when you modify the Application
type (SYSTEM MENU S6.2).
Before starting to change any parameter or regulation, proceed in this way :
7.1 – Go to the System Menu M6, choose the language (S6.1) and check that in S6.2 is set the right
Application, referring to the motor you are going to control (ASYNCHRONOUS or PERMANENT
MAGNET SYNCHRONOUS).
SET THE MOTOR DATA PLATE DATA INTO PARAMETERS P2.1.2/3/4/5/6/7
SET THE MOTOR TYPE IN P2.1.11 AND THE ENCODER TYPE (if any) IN P2.1.12.
The SET UP procedure starts automatically if you modify the Application type, for instance if it
is set the Application for Asynchronous motor, while it is installed a Synchronous one, setting
in S6.2 the Application for Synchronous motor, the SET UP starts, automatically setting all the
parameters to their default value, as shown in the Table PARAMETER LIST in Chapter 10.
If the motor rpm at nominal load is not known, or if the nominal value on data plate is 1500 rpm:
- if the motor is 1 or 2 speed, or for conventional ACVV regulator, set 1350/1380 rpm
- if it is for a VVVF speed regulator, set 1440 rpm.
If the cos phii value is not known:
- if the motor is 1 or 2 speed, or for conventional ACVV regulator, set 0,76
- if it is for a VVVF speed regulator, set 0,82.
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7.2 – PLACE THE DECELERATION COMMANDS AT A DISTANCE FROM FLOOR AS INDICATED IN THE
TABLE
DECELERATION DISTANCE TABLE
Nominal lift speed (m/s)
Deceleration distances (mm)
0.6 - 0.8
1.0
1.2
1.4
1.6
1.8
2.0
1000
1400
1700
2000
2200
2600
2800
If the distance is greater than the one shown in the Table, the lift system will operate more smoothly.
You can check the actual deceleration distance (distance between the deceleration switch and the
stop switch) through the menu M1 MONITOR – V1.3.3 (TotalStopDistance), but this works only if the
parameters “Maximum frequency” P2.2.1 and “Lift nominal speed” P2.2.2, corresponding to the
maximum frequency, are set in the right way.
In addition, position the stop switch centrally with respect to the floor.
The STOPPING DISTANCE TABLE shows guideline values to consider in order to define activation
distance of the stop switch (or switches):
STOP
MAGNET
STOPPING DISTANCE TABLE
=
=
D
FLOOR
LEVEL
System nominal speed (m/s)
Total stopping distance (D) (mm)
0.6 – 0.8
> 1.0
60
80
= , = means to center the magnet of length ‘D’ at stop level
To activate the ‘Direct arrival at floor’ function (see 7.10.1 paragraph), the P2.2.21.6 parameter have to
be set different from 0 , with the ½ D value. Recommended value ½ D is about 150 mm .
Higher or lower values can also be used to your taste.
Stop adjustment is performed using the inverter parameters (see the points 7.9 – 5 and 7.10 – 5).
7.3 – SET THE EXACT VALUES OF MAXIMUM FREQUENCY P2.2.1 (CORRESPONDING TO THE
NOMINAL LIFT SPEED) AND HIGH SPEED P2.2.2.
7.4 – ADJUST THE INSPECTION FREQUENCY P2.2.10 TO OBTAIN A CAR SPEED LOWER THAN 0,63
m/s.
7.5 – SET THE MOTOR CONTROL TYPE :
V/F FREQUENCY CONTROL , OPEN LOOP OR CLOSED LOOP.
7.6 – PAY ATTENTION:
ALWAYS VERIFY THAT PARAMETERS P2.2.1 E P2.2.7 ÷ P2.2.10 ARE PROGRAMMED WITH
FREQUENCIES COMPATIBLE WITH THE MOTOR RATED FREQUENCY.
For example it is possible to find motors working at 30Hz, 38Hz, 45Hz, 55Hz, 60Hz, etc., mounted on
gears.
7.7 – IDENTIFICATION (FOR OPEN LOOP ONLY)
After setting the correct motor data, it is essential to perform the IDENTIFICATION routine.
- Set parameter P2.1.8 to 1 and transmit a call command: the contactors energizes, the brake doesn’t
open, and “RUN” lights on.
- When “RUN” lights off, “STOP” appears and the parameter P2.1.8 goes to 0, deactivate the call (e.g.
by opening the operation valve)
- The boost parameters at low speed are now optimized if the motor is actually built up for a VVVF
speed regulator, if the motor is of a different kind, may be you often need to increase manually the
parameter P2.5.3.4 in order to get the needed torque.
Modifying any motor data, it is essential to perform the IDENTIFICATION routine again.
7.8 – FAN CONTROL
Set parameter P2.1.9 (fan control) as desired:
0 = Continuous
1 = Run
- the fan runs during run and for 1 further minute after the stop.
2 = Temperature - the fan starts only when the drive temperature reaches 45°C.
3 = Speed Cntrl
- the fan runs during run and for 1 further minute after the stop, at 3 different
speed levels, depending on the heatsink temperature
(< 40°C, between 40° and 50°C, > 50°C)
This option is valid for several drive types only.
SMS advices not to modify the fan operation from default value (1), in order to assure a good cooling
of the power part at each run of the lift, or to set P2.1.9 to “Speed Cntrl”” in those models where it is
allowed.
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7.9 – OPEN LOOP ADJUSTMENTS
SPEED
PROFILE
2.2.4
2.2.14
2.2.15
2.2.3
2.2.17
2.2.16
2.3.1.6
2.2.5
2.2.7
2.2.8
2.3.1.7.5
2.3.1.3
HIGH SPEED
COMMAND HS
LOW SPEED
COMMAND LS
RUN
COMMAND
DC BRAKING
CURRENT
0,4s
DC BRAKE TIME AT
START 2.3.1.4
DC BRAKE TIME AT
STOP 2.3.1.5
0,3s
MOTOR
CONTACTORS
Matched the
parameters
2.3.1.1 and
2.3.1.7.2
the brake
open delay
starts.
SMOOTH START
TIME 2.3.1.7.6
SMOOTH START
FREQUENCY
MECHANICAL BRAKE
CONTROL DELAY
BRAKE OPENING DELAY AT
START 2.3.1.7.3
BRAK CLOSING DELAY
AT STOP 2.3.1.2
BRAKE CONTROL
RELAY
(term. 25-26)
MECHANICAL
BRAKE
BRAKE OPENING
MECHANICAL DELAY
BRAKE CLOSING
MECHANICAL DELAY
After done what indicated at points 7.1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8 , proceed as follows:
IMPORTANT: Parameters have to be changed ALWAYS ONCE AT A TIME.
1 - Adjust the starting with brake control parameters
JERK
BACK ROTATION
2.3.1.7.3 Brake open delay
2.3.1.7.5 Smooth start frequency
2.3.1.7.6 Smooth start time
Starting comfort has to be ‘soft’, without jerks nor back rotations.
- If an higher torque at starting is needed, set the starting current at 0Hz in P2.5.3.7.6 (default=50%) to a
greater value (do not set a value over 60%) and perform the IDENTIFICATION routine again.
2 - During the high speed run , the rpm of the motor have to reach the required value, and the speed of
the lift has to be constant. If not constant (oscillating) increase or decrease the value of the parameter
P2.1.4. (Motor speed).
3 - Adjust now the deceleration phase. Lift has to reach the floor running for a short space at constant
speed (10cm max.) without oscillations nor vibrations, with the same speed for both up and down
directions and in any load condition.
Adjust the space travelled at low speed with parameter 2.2.4 (Deceleration ramp).
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4 - If, at the end of the deceleration
following parameters:
2.1.4
Motor Speed
2.5.3.4
V/F mid voltage
2.2.8
Low speed
5 - If, at
phase, motor stops, hardly reaching the floor level, adjust the
floor arrival, car is not perfectly aligned at floor, the parameters to be adjusted are :
If car stops
BEFORE
2.2.5
2.2.8
2.3.1.3
2.3.1.6
If car stops
AFTER
If position is different
with or without LOAD
Final deceleration at stop
Low speed
DC motor braking current
Stop DC braking current
-
IMPORTANT
For low speed frequency, a value of 1/10 of the rated frequency is suggested:
Example – low speed set at 5Hz if motor rated frequency is equal to 50 Hz.
7.10 – CLOSED LOOP ADJUSTMENTS
2.2.4
SPEED
PROFILE
2.2.21.3
2.2.16
2.2.15
2.2.14
2.2.3
2.2.17
2.2.7
2.2.5
2.3.2.4
2.2.8
2.2.21.2
HIGH SPEED
COMMAND HS
LOW SPEED
COMMAND LS
RUN
COMMAND
TIME AT START
2.2.21.4
TORQUE
LOCKED MOTOR
COPPIA
0,4s
TIME AT STOP
2.2.21.5
0,4s
MOTOR
CONTACTORS
Matched
the
parameter
2.3.2.1
the brake
open delay
starts.
SMOOTH START TIME
2.2.21.1
SMOOTH START
FREQUENCY
BRAKE OPENING DELAY AT
START 2.3.2.6.1
BRAKE
COMMAND DELAY
BRAKE CLOSING DELAY AT
STOP 2.3.2.5
BRAKE COMMAND
RELAY (term.25-26)
MECHANICAL
BRAKE
BRAKE OPENING
MECHANICAL DELAY
BRAKE CLOSING
MECHANICAL DELAY
1 - Set the magnetising motor current with parameter 2.5.4.1: if this current is unknown,
it is possible to find it with this procedure :
- Balance the car load with weights until to reach the same current for both up and down direction
- Set the inverter in V/F control mode (P2.5.1 = Frequency)
- Set the high speed level to 2/3 of the motor rated frequency
- Read the current absorbed at constant speed at middle travel
- Set the value found in parameter P2.5.4.1
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2 - Adjust starting comfort with the following parameters :
JERK
BACK ROTATION
2.2.21.1 Smooth start time
2.2.21.2 Smooth start frequency
2.2.21.3 Initial acceleration ramp
2.2.21.4 0Hz time at start (about 0,7”)
2.3.2.6.1 Brake open delay (min. 0,5”)
Starting comfort has to be ‘soft’, without jerks nor vibrations, nor roll back.
Check the RollBack Control Gain (P2.5.4.9.7 e .8) (generally, the default value works very well).
3 - If during the acceleration or during high speed travel motor has vibrations, check the parameters :
2.5.4.6
Speed control KP2
2.5.4.7
Speed Control TI2
Check also that the encoder connections match the indications in paragraphs 3.2.8 and 4.
The encoder cable have to be separated from the power cable and distant 50 cm at least from the
motor cable . It have to be connected with a unique cable, without added terminals, and with the
shield connected to earth at the inverter side.
Encoder pulses per revolution have to match the relative parameter of the Encoder Board (P7.3.1.1 for
NXOPTA4/A5, P7.3.1.2 for NXOPTBE and P7.3.1.4 for NXOPTBB). Check the parameter P7.3.1.3: it
must be set at 5ms for incremental encoder (NXOPTA4/A5). A good mechanical coupling between
encoder and the fast motor shaft is very important: verify also the screws, the alignment of the joint, etc.
4 - Verify the slowing phase. Lift has to reach floor in a very small space (few centimetres) , at constant
speed without oscillations nor vibrations, both for up and down direction.
Adjust the space travelled at low speed with parameter 2.2.4 (Deceleration ramp).
IMPORTANT:
Considering the high precision of the inverter, it is important to set the
position of the slowing command with the best possible accuracy, to have the
same space travelled at low speed for any floor.
5 - If, at floor arrival, the car is not perfectly aligned at floor, even if the stop switches are centred to the
floor, the parameters to be adjusted are :
It stops BEFORE
It stops AFTER
2.2.5
Final deceleration ramp
2.2.8
Low speed level
A very good comfort can be obtained (for a 50 Hz rated frequency lift motor) with a 3Hz low speed and a
0,8 seconds final deceleration(P2.2.5).
7.10.1 DIRECT FLOOR ARRIVAL FUNCTION
This function is available for all the motor types, only in closed loop mode, if P2.2.21.6 different from 0 and
the command control sequence is as shown below:
SPEED
PROFILE
STOP DISTANCE
P2.2.21.6
HIGH SPEED
COMMAND HS
LOW SPEED
COMMAND LS
RUN
COMMAND
TORQUE
LOCKED MOTOR
TIME
AT STOP P2.2.21.5
0,4s
0,4s
MOTOR
CONTACTORS
BRAKE
COMMAND DELAY
BRAKE CLOSING DELAY AT
STOP P2.3.2.5
BRAKE COMMAND
RELAY (term.25-26)
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To obtain a precise arrival to any floor proceed as follows:
1) Put the stop magnets like indicated in par. 7.2
2) ½ D recommended distance is 150 mm (that means 300 mm magnet) and have to be set in the
range 100÷200 mm (DEPENDING ON THE LIFT SYSTEM SPEED).
3) Set the deceleration points like described in the table in par. 7.2
4) Set P2.2.4 (deceleration time) at 1,5 sec.
5) Set P2.2.21.6 (Stop distance) to 0
6) Execute a call command: the car has to arrive at floor at low speed and stop with a big distance from
the floor level.
7) Set P2.2.4 in order to have a low speed space of a few centimeters and equal for any floor both for
up and down direction
8) Set P2.2.21.6 at ½ D , reduced of about 20 mm. For example, with a ½ D = 150 mm magnet , set
130 mm
9) Execute another call command. At the arrival into the stop magnet, the car will run slowly to reach
the floor position.
10) Check the stopping accuracy at floor. If the car stops before the floor level, increase P2.2.21.6 (stop
distance), otherwise decrease the value.
11) Increase P2.2.4 in order to have the desired arrival. Increasing P2.2.4, a faster arrival at floor can be
obtained..
12) If the car stopping at floor isn’t comfortable enough, verify parameters:
a) P2.2.21.7: the higher the speed, the ‘strongest’ the stop
b) P2.2.21.8: the higher the space, the ‘smoothest’ the stop
c) P2.2.4:
the higher this value, the ‘strongest’ the stop
d) P2.3.2.5: the brake closing delay must be set so that the brake closes when the motor is already
stopped.
e) If you notice a vibration in the final run reaching the floor, decrease Kp1 (P2.5.4.4) and increase
P2.5.4.2 and P2.5.4.3.
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7.11 – PUTTING ON DUTY AND ADJUSTMENTS FOR PERMANENT MAGNET
SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR (PMSM)
The previous indications for open and closed loop operations are conceptually valid both for asynchronous
than for permanent magnets synchronous motors (PMSM).
However the PMSM requires a dedicated start up described in the following pages and a different
parameters setting already pre-configured by SMS in the specific Application for Synchronous motors.
Please note that a synchronous motor can work in open loop ONLY IN NO-LOAD CONDITION, it
means WITHOUT ROPES or WITH EXACTLY BALANCED LOAD.
7.11.1 - PUTTING ON DUTY A SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR
(FREE MOTOR WITHOUT ROPES)
1)
Make the connections as indicated in this manual, taking the following advices into consideration:
− Make the Inverter – Motor connection following this sequence:
U inverter output terminal to U or L1 motor terminal
V inverter output terminal to V or L2 motor terminal
W inverter output terminal to W or L3 motor terminal
In this way, the motor pulley will rotate clockwise with an UP direction command (terminal 8 – DIN1=ON)
(looking at the motor from the pulley side).
If the pulley must rotate anti-clockwise in up direction, exchange the output phase V with W, do NOT
move the U phase.
− Connect the encoder as described in Chapter 4.
Pay a special attention to the shield connection to the inverter ground and place the encoder cable at
least 50 cm away from the power cable.
2)
Check that in the System Menu M6, in S6.2 is set the SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR Application
(“SMSLift Sync”).
If the set application is ASYNCHRONOUS MOTOR (“SMSLift Asyn”), change this parameter to “SMSLift
Sync”; this will cause the SET UP to start, automatically setting all the parameters to their default value,
as shown in the Table PARAMETER LIST in Chapter 10.
Pay attention to the pole pair number, which the inverter calculates as follows:
nominal frequency (P2.1.3) * 60
pole pair number = ---------------------------------------------nominal speed (P2.1.4)
The resulting value must be a full-value (without decimal units) and it’s displayed in P2.5.5.1.
For the SASSI motor series G400, it must be 8 pole pairs (16 poles), for the G300/ G200 series, it must
be 11 pole pairs (22 poles).
The PERMANENT MAGNET SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR can work only in closed loop, with special encoders,
ABSOLUT type (ENDAT, SSI, etc) or INCREMENTAL (SIN/COS).
The putting on duty procedure is different in the 2 cases:
A) ABSOLUTE ENCODER type ENDAT (ECN 113, ECN 413 or equivalent)
- Set the parameter P2.1.12 (Encoder Type) = EnDat
- Set the parameter P2.5.1 (Motor Control Mode) = Frequency.
- Go to the parameter V1.3.2 in the del Menu M1 – MONITOR to display the motor speed read by the
encoder.
- Give a run command through the inspection control box.
- Check that the speed in Hz is POSITIVE in UP direction (check V1.2.1, DIN1=ON) and NEGATIVE in
DOWN direction (DIN2=ON), checking that the motor rotating direction is correct..
If the rotating direction is wrong, exchange the output phase V with W.
- If the speed read by the encoder is NEGATIVE in UP direction, change the parameter P2.1.13
“EncoderDirection”:
- if it is “Not Inverted”, set it to “Inverted”
- if it is “Inverted”, set it to “Not Inverted”
- Check again the speed read by the encoder, it should have the correct sign in up and down direction.
- Change the parameter P2.5.1 from Frequency to Closed Loop.
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- If you already know the ENCODER ANGLE (supplied by the motor manufacturer), set it into the
parameter P2.5.5.4 (Encoder Angle)
If you don’t know the ENCODER ANGLE, perform the Encoder Calibration, setting:
P2.5.5.8 (Angle Identification at Start) = Enabled
P2.5.5.3 (Encoder Calibration) = 1
Give a run command within 20 seconds.
When P2.5.5.3 goes automatically to 0 after the current injection into the motor windings (which takes a
few seconds), the encoder angle is identified and written in the parameter P2.5.5.4 (Check the value!).
Set again P2.5.5.8 = Disabled.
- Switch the power off, wait for the drive is off, and switch the power on again.
NOW THE MOTOR SHOULD WORK PROPERLY.
Check that there are no vibrations, noises or other anomalies, that the motor current displayed in V1.1.6
is about 0,1 – 0,2A.
B) INCREMENTAL ENCODER type SIN-COS (ERN1387, ERN487 or equivalent)
- Set the parameter P2.1.12 (Encoder Type) = Incremental and set the parameter “Pulse Revolution” to the
encoder pulse/revolution number,usually 2048 (P7.3.1.2 in case of NXOPTBE Board and P7.3.1.4 in case
of NXOPTBB Board)
- Set the parameter P2.5.1 (Motor Control Mode) = Frequency.
- Go to the parameter V1.3.2 in the del Menu M1 – MONITOR to display the motor speed read by the
encoder.
- Give a run command through the inspection control box.
- Check that the speed in Hz is POSITIVE in UP direction (check V1.2.1, DIN1=ON) and NEGATIVE in
DOWN direction (DIN2=ON), checking that the motor rotating direction is correct..
If the rotating direction is wrong, exchange the output phase V with W.
- If the speed read by the encoder is NEGATIVE in UP direction, change the parameter P2.1.13
“EncoderDirection”:
- if it is “Not Inverted”, set it to “Inverted”
- if it is “Inverted”, set it to “Not Inverted”
- Check again the speed read by the encoder, it should have the correct sign in up and down direction.
- Change the parameter P2.5.1 from Frequency to Closed Loop.
- Switch the power off, wait for the drive is off, and switch the power on again.
NOW THE MOTOR SHOULD WORK PROPERLY.
Check that there are no vibrations, noises or other anomalies.
At the first starting, you notice the encoder angle identification current injection, which will be made each
time you switch the power off and on again, and next every 200 runs (default value of the parameter
P2.5.5.9, which you can modify).
Check that the motor current displayed in V1.1.6 is about 0,1 – 0,2A.
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7.11.2 – SPECIAL PARAMETERS
PARAMETERS FOR BOTH ASYNCHRONOUS AND SYNCHRONOUS MOTORS
P2.5.4.9.1/2/3/4 For these parameter, the modification is allowed on SMS advice only.
P2.5.4.9.5: Speed Derivative
P2.5.4.9.6: Derivat Filter time
These are the parameters of the derivative gain used to adjust the speed transitions, to avoid, for example,
the stop and restart of the motor at the end of the deceleration, or the speed overshoot at the end of the
acceleration that can cause undesired over-speed, more than the lift specifications. Values have to be set
proportionally to the system’s inertia. The higher the inertia, the higher values have to be set.
Speed
Speed
Speed Derivative value too low :
Speed Profile
Time
Time
Speed Derivative correct value:
Speed Profile
P2.5.4.9.7: RollBack Control Gain
P2.5.4.9.8: RollBack Treshold
These parameters are useful to avoid the “rollback” of the motor at starting, when the brake opens.
Generally the default values work fine: too high values can cause noises and jerks at starting, too low values
can cause an undesired “rollback”.
P.2.5.5.1 : Pole pair monitor
It’s the pole pair number calculated by the drive, referring to the motor data in the “Basic Parameters” Group.
P.2.5.5.2 : Pole pair number
It’s the pole pair number to set in case of the value calculated in P2.5.5.1 is not correct.
PARAMETERS FOR SYNCHRONOUS MOTORS ONLY
P2.5.5.3 : Encoder calibration (see description at Par. 7.11.1 – A)
P2.5.5.4 Encoder angle (see description at Par. 7.11.1 – A)
P2.5.5.5 Flux current Kp
P2.5.5.6 Flux current Ti
These are the flux regulator proportional and integral gains.
Please contact SMS Technical Support before changing them.
P2.5.5.7 Modulator Type (Space Vector - DO NOT MODIFY)
P2.5.5.8 Angle Identification at Start (see description at Par. 7.11.1)
P2.5.5.9 Rides Angle Identification Refresh
After this run number, the angle identification is automatically performed again, for SIN-COS encoder only.
The default value is 200.
P2.5.5.10 Start Angle Current
The lower this value, the more noiseless the motor, but for several motors, a problem can occur during
identification if the current value is too low.
P.2.5.5.11 : Torque Falling Time
During the stop, if the current to the motor goes off instantly, a strong jump is perceived inside the car, like a
stop with the brake with motor already running: the current from the inverter to the motor must go off
gradually. Normally a ‘soft stop’ can be obtained setting a 0.8 sec. torque fall time.
If you increase the Torque Falling Time, you have to increase equally the 0Hz Stop Time (P2.2.21.5).
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7.11.3 – FINAL ADJUSTMENTS FOR SYNCHRONOUS MOTORS
1)
Set deceleration time P2.2.4 at about 1,5 “ and put the slowing switches in according to the table
”DECELERATION DISTANCE” in this instruction manual in chapter “ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE”.
2)
Set P2.2.7 High speed at 20% of the rated value and verify the good functioning. Increase gradually the
speed up to the rated value.
Check that starting and stop are good, check the distance in low speed (levelling) and ad just the
parametrs as per the asynchronous motor, following the Instruction Manual.
3)
Set the P2.1.1 Current limit to a value around 1,7 ÷ 2 times the motor rated current, and load the
counterweight up to obtain the required lift balance (normally 50% of the car load).
IMPORTANT:
If the lift balance is lower than 50% (for example 40%), check the functioning in the maximum load
condition, that means in UP direction with full car. This test is important because the functioning
performances of a PMSM are particularly dependent from load conditions.
4)
Tips and tricks (please modify parameters once at a time)
a) Back-rotation of motor at start :
- Increase RollBackCtrGain (P2.5.4.9.7)
- Increase the 0Hz Start Time (P2.2.21.4)
b) Rips of the motor at start: modify parameters P2.2.21.1,P2.2.21.4,P2.3.2.6.1 as described in “Closed
Loop Adjustments” (as per asynchronous motor)
c) Motor vibrations during high speed travel:
- Decrease Kp2 Speed Gain (P2.5.4.6)
- Increase Ti2 Integral Speed Gain Time (P2.5.4.7)
- Modify Current Regulator Kp (P2.5.4.9.1).
It may be increased or decreased (any motor and any lift system has different torque, load, inertia
characteristics). The reguator response may change also depending on the load condition, so an
inadequate value can cause vibrations.
d) Motor stops and restarts at the end of the slowing down:
- Increase the Speed Derivative time (P2.5.4.9.5)
- Decrease the Derivative Filter time (P2.5.4.9.6)
e) At the stop, the motor counter-rotates or “run away” pulled by the load, while the brake is closing:
- increase the Torque Fall time (P2.5.5.11) and the 0Hz Stop time(P2.2.21.5), which must be always
higher than P2.5.5.11.
Verify that the opening of the main contactors happens with a proper delay after the opening of the
brake contactor.
At the end of adjustments , with lift stopped, power off the drive, wait 15-20 seconds and power it on
again. This operation ensures that the modified parameters are stored definitively in memory.
7.12 – ONE FLOOR TRAVEL (for both open and closed loop)
When the desired starting and stopping comfort has reached and, running between far floors, the space
travelled at low speed is the same for any floor for both up and down direction, you have to set the
slowing distance, especially useful for one floor travel, with parameter P2.2.19 as follows:
- Set parameter P2.2.18 to 1.
- Make a car call for 2 floors at least.
- When lift will reach low speed, P2.2.18 will return automatically to 0 , while the distance travelled will be
set into P2.2.19.
- Make a car call for one floor only, verify comfort, and check that the space travelled at low speed is the
same as a travel between far floors .
To increase comfort further, decrease parameter P2.2.20 (Half floor frequency).
7.13 – MOTOR NOISE
In case of motor noise , increase switching frequency P2.5.2, considering that higher is the
frequency, higher are EMC emissions. In addition, the motor insulation and the inverter power
components are more “stressed”.
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7.14 – ALARMS THAT MAY APPEAR DURING THE SYSTEM SETUP PHASE
43 = Encoder:
Encoder is damaged, not properly connected or it runs in opposite direction.
For this last case, change the parameter “Invert Direction” in the sub-menu G7.3.1 in the menu of the
installed encoder board.
56 = Speed error:
Real speed is different from settled speed. Check the magnetising current (P2.5.4.1), the motor
nominal speed (P2.1.4), the lift system balance, and in case increase a few tenths of a second 0Hz
Start time (P2.2.21.4) and brake open delay (P2.3.2.6.1).
59 = Run Error: Up/Down run command is active, but there is none speed level.
60 = Levelling:
Lift stops at floor when low speed is not yet reached , that means during the deceleration . In this case
decrease deceleration time P2.2.4.
02 = Overvoltage:
DC link voltage exceeded the limit. Check the connection of the braking resistor and its value in
according to the table at page 5.If necessary, increase the slowing distance.
61 = Low current:
Brake doesn’t open because the motor current doesn’t reach the value set in P2.3.1.1 (open loop) or
in P2.3.2.1 (closed loop).
Generally this alarm is caused by a lack of connection to the motor, even in a single phase.
Check the output current on the 3 phases going to the M6 menu, function V6.11 “Power multimonitor”,
and pressing the right arrow.
63 = Output phase:
Missing current in one phase during start.
Check speed level parameters and command signal cabling.
64 = Low reference:
68 = ANTICIPATED OPENING OF THE CONTACTORS:
The contactors between inverter and motor have been opened during
the stop sequence, with the drive still ON.
A repeated intervention of this alarm can permanently damage the
inverter and decreases significantly the contactors lifetime.
71-74 = Identification Error:
The motor identification or the encoder angle identification for PMSM was not successful.
75 = Phase Check not OK: maybe a phase is open or the encoder identified angle is not correct
7.15 – PARAMETERS ONLY EFFECTIVE FOR EMERGENCY OPERATION WITH
BATTERY POWER SUPPLY
The minimum allowed battery voltage is 48V for ASYNCHRONOUS motors, 96V for SYNCHRONOUS
motors. There are several synchronous motors though, which need higher voltage in emergency
operation (up to 200V).
2.10.1
EVACUATION MODE:
0 = NOT USED (EMERGENCY FEATURE EXCLUDED)
1 = MANUAL (DOES NOT SELECT FAVOURABLE RUN DIRECTION)
2 = AUTOMATIC (SELECTS FAVOURABLE RUN DIRECTION)
CONSTANT PRESSURE PUSH BUTTON EMERGENCY CONTROL
Regardless of the value set in P2.10.1, for the synchronous motors, you can enable an other type
of emergency operation, the CONSTANT PRESSURE PUSH BUTTON EMERGENCY.
To enable this operation, you must supply only the control logic of the drive (not the power
section), set the parameter P2.10.10 (see below) different from 0, and activate simultaneously the
up and down commands (of course in addition to the emergency input).
The inverter will activate the brake command output only, while the control panel must supply the
brake circuit with the proper voltage and make a by-bass on the main motor contactors in the
brake circuit.
These operations enables the brake opening so that the car runs in the direction where the motor
is pulled by the load; the TBM contactor, which makes a short-circuit between the motor windings
at stop, doesn’t energize, so that the car runs at reduced speed.
Moreover, the inverter checks the car speed doesn’t exceed the speed limit set in P2.10.10:
in case the car speed goes over this limit, the inverter makes the brake to close, then makes it to
open again after a few seconds, and goes on this way, with a jogging operation, until the up/down
commands stay on, allowing the car to stop at a floor level without reaching a dangerous speed.
The control panel manufacturer should provide the appropriate audio-visual signalizations, to give
warning the car has reached the floor.
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2.10.3
MAXIMUM SPEED IN EVACUATION: this is the maximum speed of the motor, whatever the
level effectively activated (high, low, inspection, etc.).
2.10.9
SWITCHING FREQUENCY. (maintain the default value).
2.10.10
MAN MAXIMUM SPEED (CONSTANT PRESSURE PUSH BUTTON EMERGENCY OPERATION)
It is the maximum speed, expressed in m/sec, which the car musn’t exceed during the constant
pressure push button operation. It’s adjustable from 0 to the nominal speed set in P2.2.2.
If it is set to 0, the constant pressure push button emergency operation is DISABLED.
2.10.11.1 MOTOR CONTROL MODE: (FREQUENCY, OPEN LOOP, CLOSED LOOP).
If the input supply voltage is lower than 96V, frequency control is the preferred mode in an
evacuation situation;
For the PM synchronous motors you must always select the closed loop control.
2.10.11.2 CURRENT CONTROL DELAY: is the delay between start and the control of the current when
inverter chooses the run most favourable direction.
Durino emergency operation, whatever is the selected operation, the inverter display automatically
shows the car speed in m/sec, showing also the run direction.
8 – CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE
To ensure long service life and smooth operation of the drive, carry out the following checks at regular
intervals. Always isolate the drive from the power supply and make certain the keypad is off before
proceeding.
1- Remove the dust that collects on the cooling fans and on the control circuit board, preferably by means
of compressed air or using a vacuum cleaner.
2- Check that there are no screws loose at the power or control terminals.
3- Check that the operation of the inverter drive is <<normal>> and that there are no signs of overheating.
7.1 MEGGER TEST
When performing insulation tests using a Megger
tester on the input/output cables or on the motor,
remove all the connections to all terminals of the drive
and perform the test only on the power circuit, in
accordance with the adjacent diagram. Do not Megger
test the control circuits.
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9 – PARAMETER SUMMARY TABLES - SASSI MOTORS FOR VVVF
PARAMETERS FOR SASSI MOTORS TYPE WF4-400V 4-POLES 50 Hz
MOTOR
SPEED (rpm)
2.1.4
MOTOR CURRENT
(Amps)
2.1.5
MOTOR
COS PHII
2.1.6
MAGNETISING
CURRENT (Amps)
2.5.4.1
5,5kW
1443
11.6
0.83
6.0
240095A/1
4kW
1420
9
0.82
5.0
240095A/2
5.9kW
1420
14
0.78
8.8
240118A
7.3kW
1430
17
0.78
10.1
240142A/1
9.2kW
1425
21
0.80
11.8
240142A/2
11kW
1425
25
0.79
14.9
240171A
13.2kW
1430
29
0.82
16.9
270172A
17.6kW
1420
36
0.82
15.9
270196A
20kW
1430
41
0.82
19.8
330160A
25kW
1485
56
0.73
35.2
330200A
28kW
1480
58
0.77
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MOTOR TYPE
200120A
PARAMETERS FOR SASSI MOTORS TYPE WF4-400V 4-POLES
FOR FREQUENCIES OTHER THAN 50 Hz
MOTOR TYPE
240095/3
3kW
RATED
FREQUENCY
2.1.3
MOTOR
SPEED (rpm)
2.1.4
MOTOR
CURRENT
(Amps)
2.1.5
MOTOR
COS PHII
2.1.6
MAGNETISING
CURRENT
(Amps)
2.5.4.1
38
1050
6.7A
0.76
3.5
240095/4
5.5kW
240142/3 5.5kW
240142/4 9.5kW
240095/5
3kW
66
1900
11.5
0.76
6
30
52
825
1435
12.6
21
0.82
0.82
7.2
11.4
29
798
7.8
0.84
4.6
240095/6
5.9kW
50
1420
13
0.84
8.6
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10 – PARAMETER LIST (M2 menu)
IMPORTANT : Parameters with grey background have not to be modified.
Index
Description
SMS settings
SMS settings
(Asynchronous motor)
(Synchronous motor)
User setting
Unit
G2.1 BASIC PARAMETERS
P 2.1.1
P 2.1.2
P 2.1.3
P 2.1.4
P 2.1.5
P 2.1.6
P 2.1.7
P 2.1.8
P 2.1.9
P 2.1.10
P 2.1.11
P 2.1.12
P 2.1.13
Current Limit
Motor Nom Voltg
Motor Nom Freq
Motor Nom Speed
Motor Nom Currnt
Motor Cos Phi
Motor Code
Identification
Fan Control
ParEditPassword
Motor Type
Tipo Encoder
EncoderDirection
1,8 * I Inverter
380
50,00
1440
I Inverter
0,82
0 / Not Used
0
1 / Run
0
0 / Asinc Induct
1 / Incremental
Not Inverted
1,8 * I Inverter
400
8,00
60
I Inverter
0,9
0 / Not Used
0
1 / Run (*)
0
1 / PMSM
0 / Incremental
Not Inverted
50,00
1,00
2,50
2,00
0,50
0,00
50,00
5,00
25,00
25,00
0,00
0,00
0,00
2,00
0,60
0,60
1,20
0
1000
25,00
8,00
1,00
2,50
2,00
0,80
0,00
8,00
0,80
4,00
4,00
0,00
0,00
0,00
1,20
0,60
0,6
1,20
0
1000
4,00
Hz
m/s
s
s
s
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
s
s
s
s
0,00
0,30
0,50
0,700
0,400
0
0,50
0,050
0,00
0
0
0 / No
0,00
0,10
1,00
1,000
1,000
0
0,10
0,200
0,00
0
0
0 / No
s
Hz
s
s
s
mm
Hz
s
Hz
10,0
0,30
0,7 * I Inverter
0,000
2,0
0,30
0,7 * I Inverter
0,000
%
s
A
s
A
V
Hz
rpm
A
(*) For the “HIGH CURRENT” models,
set 3 / Speed Contr.
G2.2 RUN CONFIGURATION
P 2.2.1
P 2.2.2
P 2.2.3
P 2.2.4
P 2.2.5
P 2.2.6
P 2.2.7
P 2.2.8
P 2.2.9
P 2.2.10
P 2.2.11
P 2.2.12
P 2.2.13
P 2.2.14
P 2.2.15
P 2.2.16
P 2.2.17
P 2.2.18
P 2.2.19
P 2.2.20
Max Frequency
NominalLinSpeed
Acceleration
Deceleration
Final Decelerat.
v0 000 zero
v1 100 high
v2 010 low
v3 110 high+low
v4 001 inspect.
v5 101 high+insp
v6 011 low+insp
v7 111 hi+lo+ins
Acc Inc Jerk
Acc Dec Jerk
Dec Inc Jerk
Dec Dec Jerk
Auto HalfF Dist
Half Floor Dist
Half Floor Freq
G2.2.21 CLOSED LOOP
P 2.2.21.1 SmoothStartTime
P 2.2.21.2 SmoothStartFreq
P 2.2.21.3 Initial Acceler.
P 2.2.21.4 0 Hz TimeAtStart
P 2.2.21.5 0 Hz TimeAtStop
P 2.2.21.6 Stop Distance
P 2.2.21.7 Final Stop Speed
P 2.2.21.8 Final Stop Time
P 2.2.21.9 Initial Speed
P 2.2.21.10 TotalDecDistance
P 2.2.21.11 OptimStopSpeed
P 2.2.21.12 Test Mode
mm
Hz
G2.3 BRAKE CONTROL
P 2.3.1.1
P 2.3.1.2
P 2.3.1.3
P 2.3.1.4
30
G2.3.1 OPEN LOOP
MinCurrBrakeOpen
BrakeCloseDelay
DC-Brake Current
Start DC-BrakeTm
P 2.3.1.5
Stop DC-BrakeTm
0,400
0,400
s
P 2.3.1.6
Stop DC-BrakeFr
1,50
0,20
Hz
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Description
SMS settings
SMS settings
(Asynchronous motor)
(Synchronous motor)
User setting
Unit
G2.3.2.1.7 ADVANCED FUNCTION
P 2.3.1.7.1
P 2.3.1.7.2
P 2.3.1.7.3
P 2.3.1.7.4
P 2.3.1.7.5
P 2.3.1.7.6
Reserved
MinFreqBrakeOpen
BrakeOpenDelay
MinFreBrakeClose
SmoothStartFreq
SmoothStartTime
0
0,00
0,00
0,50
0,30
0,30
0
0,00
0,00
0,10
0,00
0,00
10,0
0
0,00
0,50
0,30
0,0
0
0,00
0,10
0,20
Hz
s
Hz
Hz
s
G2.3.2 CLOSED LOOP
P 2.3.2.1
P 2.3.2.2
P 2.3.2.3
P 2.3.2.4
P 2.3.2.5
MinCurrBrakeOpen
Reserved
MinFreqBrakeOpen
MinFreBrakeClose
BrakeCloseDelay
P 2.3.2.6.1
P 2.3.2.6.2
P 2.3.3
P 2.3.4
P 2.3.5
BrakeOpenDelay
MaxFreq If Close
BrakeExt SuperV
MaxOpenTime
MaxCloseTime
%
Hz
Hz
s
G2.3.2.6 ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
0,50
0,15
0 / Not Used
0,50
0,50
0,00
0,15
2 / NormClosed
2,00
1,00
1 / Open Loop
10,0
2 / Closed Loop
10,0
kHz
1 / AutoTorqBoos
2 / Programmable
1,75
5,00
3,50
0 / None
0 / Linear
0,00
0,00
0,00
Hz
%
%
s
Hz
s
s
G2.5 MOTOR CONTROL
P 2.5.1
P 2.5.2
Motor Ctrl Mode
Switching Freq
G2.5.3 OPEN LOOP
P 2.5.3.1
P 2.5.3.2
P 2.5.3.3
P 2.5.3.4
P 2.5.3.5
U/f Optimization
U/f Ratio Select
U/f Mid Freq
U/f Mid Voltg
Zero Freq Voltg
P 2.5.3.6.1
P 2.5.3.6.2
P 2.5.3.6.3
P 2.5.3.6.4
P 2.5.3.6.5
P 2.5.3.6.6
P 2.5.3.6.7
P 2.5.3.6.8
Field WeakngPnt
Voltage at FWP
VoltStabGain
VoltStabDamp
TorqStabGain
TorqStabDamp
MotorBoostGain
GeneratBoostGain
G2.5.3.6 ADVANCED FUNCT
50,00
100,00
100
900
100
800
67
50
8,00
100,00
100
900
100
980
67
50
Hz
%
%
%
G2.5.3.7 ADVANCED FUNCT 1
P 2.5.3.7.1
P 2.5.3.7.2
P 2.5.3.7.3
P 2.5.3.7.4
P 2.5.3.7.5
Speed Control Kp
Speed Control Ki
LowSp.SwitchFreq
LowSp. Level
Current at 0Hz
P 2.5.3.7.6
RsVoltDrop
P 2.5.3.7.7
P 2.5.3.7.8
LsdVoltDrop
LsqVoltDrop
3000
300
6,0
5,00
50
Different from 0, it
depends on the size
“
“
3000
300
6,0
0,80
50
Different from 0, it
depends on the size
”
”
0,5 * I Inverter
0,10
0,50
40
40,0
20
40,0
0
0,00
0,10
0,20
10
40,0
10
40,0
0
A
Hz
Hz
100,00
2,5
0,00
%
ms
%
kHz
Hz
%
G2.5.4 CLOSED LOOP
P 2.5.4.1
P 2.5.4.2
P 2.5.4.3
P 2.5.4.4
P 2.5.4.5
P 2.5.4.6
P 2.5.4.7
P 2.5.4.8
MagnCurrent
Adaptive Lim 1
Adaptive Lim 2
Speed Cntrl Kp 1
Speed Cntrl Ti 1
Speed Cntrl Kp 2
Speed Cntrl Ti 2
Encoder1FiltTime
P 2.5.4.9.1
P 2.5.4.9.2
P 2.5.4.9.3
G2.5.4.9 ADVANCED FUNCT
CurrentControlKp
40,00
CurrentControlTi
2,5
LoadDrooping
0,00
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Index
Description
P 2.5.4.9.4
P 2.5.4.9.5
P 2.5.4.9.6
P 2.5.4.9.7
P 2.5.4.9.8
Droop time const
SpeedDerivative
DerivatFilterTime
RollBackCtrGain
RollBackThresh
SMS settings
SMS settings
(Asynchronous motor)
(Synchronous motor)
0,000
1,00
50
500
1
User setting
0,000
0,50
50
500
1
Unit
s
s
ms
G2.5.5 PMSM (Permanent magnets synchronous motor)
P 2.5.5.1
P 2.5.5.2
P 2.5.5.3
Pole Pair Monitor
Pole Pair Number
EncoderCalibrat
2
0
0
P 2.5.5.4
Encoder Angle
0
P 2.5.5.5
P 2.5.5.6
P 2.5.5.7
Flux Current Kp
Flux Current Ti
Modulator type
3,00
20,0
0 / ASIC
P 2.5.5.8
Angl id at Start
0 / Disabled
P 2.5.5.9
P 2.5.5.10
P 2.5.5.11
P 2.5.5.12
P 2.5.5.13
P 2.5.5.14
RidesAngleIdRefr
StartAngleCurren
Torque Fall Time
Speed limit
Speed Lim factor
Max Synchro Err
Sincron
200
70,0
0,60
0 / Disabled
100,0
10,0
8
0
0
0 (To be calibrated
for EnDat, leave 0 for
sin-cos)
3,00
20,0
1 / SpaceVector
0 / Disabled for
EnDat, 1 / Enabled for
sin-cos
200
70,0
0,80
0 / Disabled
100,0
10,0
%
ms
%
s
%
%
G2.7 OUTPUT SIGNALS
P 2.7.1
P 2.7.2
P 2.7.3
P 2.7.4
P 2.7.5
DO1 Content
15 / Motor Switch
D01 Inversion
0 / Off
D01 Delay
0,00
FreqSupervLimit
1 / Low Limit
FreqSupervValue
30,00
G2.7.6 ADVANCED FUNCT
P 2.7.6.1
P 2.7.6.2
P 2.7.6.3
P 2.7.6.4
P 2.7.6.5
P 2.7.6.6
P 2.7.6.7
P 2.7.6.8
P 2.7.6.9
P 2.7.6.10
P 2.7.6.11
P 2.7.6.12
Iout Content
Iout Filter Time
Iout Invert
Iout Minimum
Iout Scale
RO1 Content
R01 Inversion
R01 Delay
RO2 Content
R02 Inversion
MotorTorqSuperV
GenerTorqSuperV
12 / ExtBrake
0,00
0 / No Inversion
0 / 0 mA
100
4 / FaultInvert
0 / Off
0,00
13 / ExtBrake
0 / Off
200,0
200,0
15 / Motor switch
0 / Off
0,00
1 / Low Limit
5,00
12 / ExtBrake
0,00
0 / No Inversion
0 / 0 mA
100
4 / FaultInvert
0 / Off
0,00
13 / ExtBrake
0 / Off
200,0
200,0
s
Hz
s
%
s
%
%
G2.7.7 OPTIONAL OUTPUTS
P 2.7.7.1
P 2.7.7.2
P 2.7.7.3
P 2.7.7.4
P 2.7.7.5
Opt R01 Content
Opt R02 Content
Opt R03 Content
FreqSupervLimit
FreqSupervValue
15 / Motor Switch
16 / MotorSwitDelay
11 / Vel Supervis
1 / Low Limit
30,00
15 / Motor switch
16 / MotorSwitDelay
11 / Vel Supervis
0 / No
5,00
2 / Automatic
DigIN:A.3
5,00
1 / AutoTorqBoos
1,75
5,00
3,50
0,5 * I Inverter
3,0
0,00
2 / Automatic
DigIN:A.3
0,80
1 / AutoTorqBoos
0,00
0,00
0,00
0
3,0
0,00
Hz
G2.10 EVACUATION
P 2.10.1
P 2.10.2
P 2.10.3
P 2.10.4
P 2.10.5
P 2.10.6
P 2.10.7
P 2.10.8
P 2.10.9
P 2.10.10
Evacuation Mode
Evacuation Input
MaxSpeedInEva
U/f Optimization
U/f Mid Freq
U/f Mid Voltg
Zero Freq Voltg
MagnCurrent
Switching Freq
Man MaxSpeed
Hz
Hz
%
%
A
kHz
m/s
G2.10.10 ADVANCED FUNCT
P2.10.11.1
P2.10.11.2
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Motor Ctrl Mode
CurrentReadDelay
0 / Frequency
2,0
2 / Closed Loop
3,0
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