ArmorStart EtherNet/IP Distributed Motor Controller

ArmorStart EtherNet/IP Distributed Motor Controller

QUICK START

ARMORSTART

®

ETHERNET/IP DISTRIBUTED

MOTOR CONTROLLER

Getting Started

BULLETIN 280E, 281E AND 284E

Introduction

This guide provides the basic information required to start up an

ArmorStart

®

EtherNet/Industrial Protocol (IP) Distributed Motor

Controller. For detailed information on specific product features or configurations, refer to the ArmorStart EtherNet/IP user manual,

Publication 280E-UM001*.

ATTENTION: This guide is intended for qualified service personnel responsible for setting up and servicing these devices.

The user must have previous experience with and a basic understanding of electrical terminology, configuration procedures, required equipment, and safety precautions.

The user should have a clear understanding of EtherNet/IP™ network operations, including how slave devices operate on a network and communicate with other devices and the controller. Also, the user should be familiar with and have access to RSLogix 5000™ revision 17.01 or later.

This programming software package is referred to often in this manual.

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General Precautions

In addition to the precautions listed throughout this manual, the following statements, which are general to the system, must be read and understood.

ATTENTION: The controller contains ESD (electrostatic discharge) sensitive parts and assemblies. Static control precautions are required when installing, testing, servicing, or repairing the assembly. Component damage may result if ESD control procedures are not followed. If you are not familiar with static control procedures, refer to Publication 8000-4.5.2, Guarding

against Electrostatic Discharge, or any other applicable ESD protection handbooks.

ATTENTION: An incorrectly applied or installed controller can damage components or reduce product life. Wiring or application errors, such as undersizing the motor, incorrect or inadequate AC supply, or excessive ambient temperatures, may result in malfunction of the system.

ATTENTION: Only personnel familiar with the controller and associated machinery should plan or implement the installation, startup, and subsequent maintenance of the system. Failure to do this may result in personal injury and/or equipment damage.

Precautions for Bulletin

280E/281E Applications

ATTENTION: To prevent electrical shock, open disconnect switch prior to connecting and disconnecting cables. Risk of shock – environment rating may not be maintained with open receptacles.

Precautions for Bulletin

284E Applications

ATTENTION: The drive contains high voltage capacitors which take time to discharge after removal of mains supply. Before working on drive, ensure isolation of mains supply from line inputs

(R, S, T [L1, L2, L3]). Wait three minutes for capacitors to discharge to safe voltage levels. Failure to do so may result in personal injury or death. Darkened display light-emitting diode (LED)s are not an indication that capacitors have discharged to safe voltage levels.

Risk of shock – environment rating may not be maintained with open receptacles.

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ATTENTION: Only qualified personnel familiar with adjustable frequency

AC drives and associated machinery should plan or implement the installation, startup, and subsequent maintenance of the system. Failure to do this may result in personal injury and/or equipment damage.

ArmorStart EtherNet/IP

Features

Figure 1 – Bulletin 280E/281E ArmorStart with EtherNet/IP™

Communication Protocol

Local Disconnect

LED Status

Indication and Reset

Control Module

IP Address Notation Area

2 Outputs (Micro/M12)

4 Inputs (Micro/M12)

IP Address Switches

Ethernet Ports (DLR)

Base Module

Ground Terminal

Hand-Off-Auto Keypad

Motor Connection

Local Disconnect

Figure 2 – Bulletin 284E ArmorStart with EtherNet/IP™ Communication Protocol

LED Status

Indication and Reset

Control Module

IP Address Notation Area

2 Outputs (Micro/M12)

4 Inputs (Micro/M12)

IP Address Switches

Ethernet Ports (DLR)

Base Module

Ground Terminal

Hand-Off-Auto Keypad

Source Brake Connection

Motor Connection

Dynamic Brake Connection

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Dimensions

Dimensions are shown in millimeters (inches). Dimensions are not intended to be used for manufacturing purposes. All dimensions are subject to change.

Conduit Gland Entrance

[

290

11.42

[

]

351

13.82

]

Figure 3 – Dimensions for Bulletin 280E/281E

189

[ ]

[

268

10.55

]

[

287,5

11.32

]

6,8

[ ]

150

[ ]

MOT OR CONNECTION 185 [7.3] M22 CORDSET

MOTOR CONN ECTION 243 [9.57] M35 CORDSET

[

373

14.69

]

[

3,02

.12

]

[

11

.43

]

[

195

7.68

]

67,9

[ ]

39

[ ] [

47

1.85

]

1" CONDUIT OPENING

0.75" CONDUIT OPENING

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Conduit Gland Entrance

Figure 4 – Dimensions for Bulletin 284E

2HP or less 420.38 [16.55]

3HP or greater 444.38 [17.50]

[

290

11.42

]

236

[ ]

[

268

10.55

]

[

287,5

11.32

]

6,8

[ ]

MOTO R CONNECTION 266.9 [10.51]

[

373

14.69

]

3,02

[ ]

11

[ ]

[

195

7.68

]

67,9

[ ]

39

[ ] [

47

1.85

]

1" CONDUIT OPENING

0.75" CONDUIT OPENING

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ArmorConnect

®

Gland

Connectivity

3 Hp and less @ 480V AC

[

351

13.82

]

[

290

11.42

]

Figure 5 – Dimensions for Bulletin 280E/281E

10 Hp @ 480V AC

[

351

13.82

]

[

290

11.42

]

[

268

10.55

]

[

287,5

11.32

]

203.2

[8]

CABLE

KEEP OUT

6,8

[ ]

10 Amp Short Circuit

Protection (M22)

203.2

[8]

CABLE

KEEP OUT

6,8

[ ]

25 Amp Short Circuit

Protection (M35)

[

268

10.55

]

[

287,5

11.32

]

77,6

[ ]

60,6

[ ]

25,5

[ ]

[

68

2.68

]

77,6

[ ]

60,6

[ ]

25,5

[ ] [

68

2.68

]

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ArmorConnect Gland

Connectivity

2 Hp or less at 480V

[

290

11.42

]

[

419,53

16.52

]

Figure 6 – Dimensions for Bulletin 284E

3 Hp or greater at 480V

[

444,38

17.50

]

[

290

11.42

]

30,4

[ ]

[

268

10.55

]

[

287,5

11.32

]

[

268

10.55

]

[

287,5

11.32

]

6,8

[ ]

6,8

[ ] 10 Amp Short Circuit

Protection (M22)

25 Amp Short Circuit

Protection (M35)

77,6

[ ]

60,6

[ ]

25,5

[ ] [

68

2.68

]

77,6

[ ]

60,6

[ ]

25,5

[ ] [

68

2.68

]

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Control and Power

Connections

Figure 7 – ArmorStart EtherNet/IP Power and Control Terminals

See Detail A Detail A

Table 1 - Power, Control and Ground Terminal Designations

Terminal Designations

A1 (+)

A2 (–)

A3 (+)

PE

1/L1

3/L3

5/L5

No. of Poles

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

Description

Control Power Input

Control Power Common

Unswitched 24V Control

Ground

Line Power Phase A

Line Power Phase B

Line Power Phase C

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Recommended Cord Grips

Figure 8 – Cord grips for ArmorStart Devices with 10 A Short Circuit Protection Rating

3/4 in. Lock Nut

Thomas & Betts Cord Grip

Cat. No. 2931NM

3/4 in. Stain Relief Cord Connector

Cable Range: 0.31…0.56 in.

Used with Control Power Media

Cordset - Example:

Cat. No. 889N-M65GF-M2

1 in. Lock Nut

Thomas & Betts Cord Grip

Cat. No. 2940NM

1 in. Stain Relief Cord Connector

Cable Range: 0.31…0.56 in.

Used with Three-Phase Power

Media Cordset - Example:

Cat. No. 280-PWR22G-M1

Figure 9 – Cord grips for ArmorStart Devices with 25 A Short Circuit Protection Rating

3/4 in. Lock Nut

Thomas & Betts Cord Grip

Cat. No. 2931NM

3/4 in. Stain Relief Cord Connector

Cable Range: 0.31…0.56 in.

Used with Control Power Media

Cordset - Example:

Cat. No. 889N-M65GF-M2

1 in. Lock Nut

Thomas & Betts Cord Grip

Cat. No. 2942NM

1 in. Stain Relief Cord Connector

Cable Range: 0.70…0.95 in.

Used with Three-Phase Power

Media Cordset - Example:

Cat. No. 280-PWR35G-M1

ArmorConnect Connections

Figure 10 – ArmorConnect Receptacles

10 A Short Circuit Protection Rating 25 A Short Circuit Protection Rating

Control Power Receptacle

Three-Phase Power Receptacle

Control Power Receptacle

Three-Phase Power Receptacle

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Factory installed ArmorConnect gland plate connections

Figure 11 – ArmorConnect Connections

Control Power Wiring

Table 2 - ArmorConnect Gland Plate Conductor Color Code

Terminal Designations

A1 (+)

A2 (–)

A3 (+)

PE

1/L1

2/L2

3/L3

Description

Control Power Input

Control Power Common

Unswitched Control Power

Ground

Line Power – Phase A

Line Power – Phase B

Line Power – Phase C

Color Code

Blue

Black

Red

Green/Yellow

Black

White

Red

ArmorStart EtherNet/IP utilizes 24V DC control power for communications and I/O. The control power terminal connections are labeled A1,A2, and A3.

Switched power will supply the outputs. Unswitched power will supply logic power and sensor inputs. The diagram below provides the user an example of the internal and external connections for proper operation.

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Figure 12 – Control Power Wiring Example

24V DC Control Power

• Rated Operation Voltage

– 24V DC (–15%, +10%)

• A1 = Switched +V

• A2 = Common for both switched and unswitched (–V)

• A3 = Unswitched +V

Group Motor Installations for USA and Canada Markets

The ArmorStart Distributed Motor controllers are listed for use with each other in group installations per NFPA 79, Electrical Standard for Industrial Machinery.

When applied according to the group motor installation requirements, two or more motors, of any rating or controller type, are permitted on a single branch circuit. Group Motor Installation has been successfully used for many years in the

USA and Canada.

Wiring and Workmanship Guidelines

In addition to conduit and seal-tite raceway, it is acceptable to utilize cable that is dual rated Tray Cable, Type TC-ER and Cord, STOOW, for power and control wiring on ArmorStart installations. In the USA and Canada installations, the following guidance is outlined by the NEC and NFPA 79.

In industrial establishments where the conditions of maintenance and supervision ensure that only qualified persons service the installation, and where the exposed cable is continuously supported and protected against physical damage using mechanical protection, such as struts, angles, or channels, Type TC tray cable that complies with the crush and impact requirements of Type MC

(Metal Clad) cable and is identified for such use with the marking Type TC-ER

(Exposed Run)* shall be permitted between a cable tray and the utilization

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12 ArmorStart EtherNet/IP Distributed Motor Controller Getting Started equipment or device as open wiring. The cable shall be secured at intervals not exceeding 1.8 m (6 ft) and installed in a “good workman-like” manner.

Equipment grounding for the utilization equipment shall be provided by an equipment grounding conductor within the cable.

*Historically cable meeting these crush and impact requirements were designated and marked “Open Wiring”. Cable so marked is equivalent to the present Type

TC-ER and can be used.

While the ArmorStart is intended for installation in factory floor environments of industrial establishments, the following must be taken into consideration when locating the ArmorStart in the application: Cables, including those for control voltage including 24V DC and communications, are not to be exposed to an operator or building traffic on a continuous basis. Location of the ArmorStart to minimize exposure to continual traffic is recommended. If location to minimize traffic flow is unavoidable, other barriers to minimize inadvertent exposure to the cabling should be considered. Routing cables should be done in such a manner to minimize inadvertent exposure and/or damage.

Additionally, if conduit or other raceways are not used, it is recommended that strain relief fittings be utilized when installing the cables for the control and power wiring through the conduit openings.

The working space around the ArmorStart may be minimized as the ArmorStart does not require examination, adjustment, servicing or maintenance while energized. In lieu of this service, the ArmorStart is meant to be unplugged and replaced after proper lockout/tag-out procedures have been employed.

The Hand-Off-Auto (HOA) is a factory installed option that the user may select.

The HOA keypad may require the ArmorStart to be selected and installed as follows if the application requires frequent use of the hand operated interface by the equipment operator:

1.

They are not less than 0.6 m (2 ft) above the servicing level and are within easy reach of the normal working position of the operator.

2.

The operator is not placed in a hazardous situation when operating them.

3.

The possibility of inadvertent operation is minimized.

If the operated interface is used in industrial establishments where the conditions of maintenance and supervision ensure that only qualified persons operate and service the ArmorStart's operator interface, and the installation is located so that inadvertent operation is minimized then other installation locations with acceptable access can be provided.

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ArmorStart Receptacle Pin

Outs

Figure 13 – Receptacle Connections for EtherNet/IP (M12)

Pin 1: Tx+

Pin 2: Rx+

Pin 3: Tx–

Pin 4: Rx–

Figure 14 – Receptacle Connections for Input (M12)

Pin 1: +24V (A3 or DNET)

Pin 2: Input 0

Pin 3: Common

Pin 4: Input 1

Pin 5: NC (no connection)

Figure 15 – Receptacle Connections for Output, EtherNet/IP Version (M12)

Pin 1: NC (no connection)

Pin 2: NC (no connection)

Pin 3: Common

Pin 4: Output +24V DC (A1)

Pin 5: NC (no connection)

Figure 16 – Receptacle Connections for Dynamic Brake (M22) – Bulletin 284E only

Pin 1: GND (green/yellow)

Pin 2: BR+ (black)

Pin 3: BR- (white)

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Figure 17 – Receptacle Connections for Incoming Control Power – 24V DC Only

Pin 1: +24V DC unswitched (A3) (red)

Pin 2: Common (A2) (black)

Pin 3: PE (green)

Pin 4: Not used (blank)

Pin 5: +24V DC switched (A1) (blue)

Pin 6: Not used (white)

Figure 18 – Receptacle Connections for Source or Control Brake – Bulletin 284E only

Pin 1: L1 (black)

Pin 2: GND (green/yellow)

Pin 3: L2 (white)

Figure 19 – Receptacle Connections for Motor Connector (M22) – Bulletin 280E/

281E: 3 Hp or less and Bulletin 284E: 5 Hp or less

Pin 1: T1 (black)

Pin 2: T2 (white)

Pin 3: T3 (red)

Pin 4: Ground (green/yellow)

Figure 20 – Receptacle Connections for Motor Connector – 10 Hp or greater (M35) –

Bulletin 280E/281E only

Pin 1: T1 (black)

Pin 2: Ground (green/yellow)

Pin 3: T3 (red)

Pin 4: T2 (white)

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Figure 21 – Receptacle Connections for Incoming 3-Phase Power – 10 A Short

Circuit Protection (M22)

Pin 1: L1 (black)

Pin 2: L2 (white)

Pin 3: L3 (red)

Pin 4: Ground (green/yellow)

Figure 22 – Receptacle Connections for Incoming 3-Phase Power – 25 A Short

Circuit Protection (M35)

Pin 1: L1 (black)

Pin 2: Ground (green/yellow)

Pin 3: L3 (red)

Pin 4: L2 (white)

AC Supply Considerations for Bulletin 284E Units

Ungrounded and High Resistive Distribution Systems

ATTENTION: The Bulletin 284E contains protective Metal Oxide

Varistors (MOV)s that are referenced to ground. These devices should be disconnected if the Bulletin 284E is installed on an ungrounded and high resistive distribution system.

Disconnecting MOVs

To prevent drive damage, the MOVs connected to ground must be disconnected if the drive is installed on an ungrounded and high resistive distribution system where the line-to-ground voltages on any phase could exceed 125% of the nominal line-to-line voltage. To disconnect the MOVs, remove the jumper shown in Figure 24, Jumper Removal.

1.

Before installing the Bulletin 284E, loosen four mounting screws.

2.

Unplug control module from the base unit by pulling forward.

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Figure 23 – 284E Removal of Control Module

Figure 24 – 284E Jumper Removal

Remove Jumper

ATTENTION: DO NOT remove this jumper if the unit is equipped with an EMI filter installed.

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Configuring EtherNet/IP

Address

Before using the ArmorStart you may need to configure an IP address, subnet mask, and optional Gateway address. The rotary network address switches found on the I/O section of the ArmorStart are set to 999 and DHCP is enabled as the factory default. The ArmorStart reads these switches first to determine if the switches are set to a valid IP address between 1…254. When switches are set to a valid number the IP address will be 192.168.1._ _ _ [switch setting].

The IP address can also be set using DHCP or BootP.

• If BootP is preferred, use Rockwell Automation BootP utility, version 2.3 or later, that ships with RSLogix™ 5000 or RSLinx® software.

• If DHCP is preferred, use a third party DHCP server.

This document assumes the user has set the IP address to 192.168.1.1. The user can change this IP address to any address either statically or dynamically.

ATTENTION: To avoid unintended operation, the adapter must be assigned a fixed IP address. If a DHCP server is used, it must be configured to assign a fixed IP address for your adapter.

Failure to observe this precaution may result in unintended machine motion or loss of process control.

Manually Configure the Network Address Switches

Remove the protective caps from the rotary switches. Set the network address by adjusting the three switches on the front of the I/O module.

Figure 25 – Switches on the I/O Module

Writable surface for IP address

Protective IP67 Caps

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Figure 26 – Network Address Example

This example shows the

IP address set to 163.

8

X100

0

2

6

4

8

X10

0

6

4

2

8

X1

0

6

4

2

The adapter’s subnet mask will be 255.255.255.0 and the gateway address is set to

0.0.0.0. A power cycle is required for any new IP address to take effect.

If the switches are set to an invalid number (such as 000 or a value greater than

254), the adapter will check to see if DHCP is enabled. If DHCP is enabled, the adapter requests an address from a DHCP server. If DHCP is not enabled, the adapter will use the IP address (along with other TCP configurable parameters) stored in non-volatile memory.

Figure 27 – Rotary Switch on Control Module

Factory Setting 99

DO NOT CHANGE

IMPORTANT

Refer to Figure 27, the ArmorStart is shipped with the control module rotary switches set to a value of 99. DO NOT modify this setting. If these are changed and the unit stops responding, the switches will need to be manually set to node address 63 and power cycled.

Use the Rockwell

Automation BootP/DHCP

Utility

The Rockwell Automation BootP/DHCP utility is a stand alone program that incorporates the functionality of standard BootP software with a user friendly graphical interface. It is located in the Utils directory on the RSLogix5000 installation CD. The ArmorStart EtherNet/IP adapter must have DHCP enabled (factory default) to use the utility.

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DHCP IP Support

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DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) software automatically assigns

IP addresses to client stations logging onto a TCP/IP network.

When DHCP is enabled (factory default Enabled), the unit will request its network configuration from a DHCP/BOOTP server. Any configuration received from a DHCP server will be stored in non-volatile memory.

ArmorStart EtherNet/IP will remember the last successful address if DHCP is enabled. The possibility exists that the adapter will be assigned a different IP address, which would cause the adapter to cease communicating with the

ControlLogix® controller.

Using the Rockwell

Automation Embedded Web

Server

Internal Web Server

ArmorStart Ethernet/IP internal web server allows you to view information and configure the ArmorStart via a web browser. The embedded web server is used to access configuration and status data. Security in the form of an administrative password can be set. The default Login is Administrator. There is no password

set by default.

IMPORTANT

Caution: The user should set the password to a unique value for authorized personnel. If the Login and password are lost you will need to reset the device to factory defaults losing its configuration.

To access the internal web browser, open your computers internet browser and enter the IP address of the desired ArmorStart (192.168.1.1).

Figure 28 – Internal Web Browser

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Parameter Configuration

ArmorStart Ethernet/IP embedded web server provides the user the ability to view and modify the device configuration without having to access RSLogix 5000.

To view the device configuration from the web server, select the Parameters folder. For the parameter configuration, the user will login through the

Administrative Settings or when prompted.

E-mail Notification Configuration

ArmorStart Ethernet/IP internal web server will support the e-mailing of warning and trip messages via Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP). The configuration parameters for the SMTP Server’s IP address, user login, and port number are configurable through the Administrative Settings page of the internal web server. The user will configure the device name, device description, and device trip type.

Figure 29 – E-mail Notification Configuration

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E-mail triggers:

– When a trip occurs.

– When a trip is cleared.

– When a warning occurs.

– When a warning is cleared.

Note:

“Cleared Event” e-mails will only be sent when all events have been cleared and if an trip event e-mail has previously been sent. For example, if the device is configured to send e-mails when a phase loss trip is detected and an overload trip is detected, no e-mail will be sent when the overload is cleared.

ArmorStart EtherNet/IP

Add-On Profile for Logix

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The Add-On Profile (AOP) must be installed in order for RSLogix 5000 to fully support the ArmorStart EtherNet/IP product. The AOP can be downloaded from http://www.rockwellautomation.com/support/downloads.html.

Example - Adding ArmorStart to RSLogix 5000

1.

In the RSLogix 5000 tree select the Ethernet® adapter and add a new module.

Note:

The ArmorStart EtherNet/IP AOP must be installed prior to this step.

Figure 30 – Controller Organizer

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2.

Within the “Other” category select the ArmorStart.

Figure 31 – Select Module Box

3.

Configure the new module by adding a name and the IP address.

Figure 32 – New Module Box

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4.

Go online with the controller via RSWho and download the project to the processor.

Figure 33 – RSWho Box

5.

Open the controller tags to view the units command, status, and diagnostic information.

Figure 34 – Controller Tags

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Diagnostics

EtherNet/IP LED Status

Indication

Figure 35 – EtherNet/IP LED

EtherNet/IP LED status and diagnostics consists of four LEDs.

• Link Activity/Status LEDS

– Ethernet Link1 Activity/Status (Port 1) – LED Color: Bicolor

(Green/Yellow), refer to Table 3

– Ethernet Link2 Activity/Status (Port 2) – LED Color: Bicolor

(Green/Yellow), refer to Table 3

• “MOD” LED – Bicolor Red/Green represents the Ethernet Module status, refer to Table 4

• “NET” LED – Bicolor Red/Green represents the Ethernet Network status, refer to Table 6

Link 1 or 2 Status LED

Off

Green

Flashing green

Yellow

Flashing yellow

Table 3 - Link 1 or Link 2 Port Activity/Status

Description

No link established

Link established at 100 Mbps

Transmit or receive activity present at 100 Mbps

Link established at 10 Mbps

Transmit or receive activity present at 10 Mbps

Recommended Action

Verify network cabling, and correct, as needed.

None

None

None

None

MOD Status LED

Steady Off

Steady Green

Flashing Green

Flashing Red

Steady Red

Flashing Green/Red

Table 4 - Module Status Indicator

Summary

No power

Device operational

Standby

Minor fault

Major fault

Self-test

Requirement

If no power is supplied to the device, the module status indicator shall be steady off.

If the device is operating correctly, the module status indicator shall be steady green.

If the device has not been configured, the module status indicator shall be flashing green.

If the device has detected a recoverable minor fault, the module status indicator shall be flashing red.

Note: An incorrect or inconsistent configuration would be considered a minor fault.

If the device has detected a non-recoverable major fault, the module status indicator shall be steady red, refer to Table 5.

While the device is performing its power up testing, the module status indicator shall be flashing green/red.

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Refer to Parameter 63 "Base Trip" for the Base Module Trip Status.

Table 5 - "Steady Red" MOD LED Status (Refer to Table 4 above.)

0

1

2

3

Fault Type Description

EEPROM Fault Non-volatile memory value out of range for a local parameter, or a write failure detected. This fault is also reflected by a solid red MOD status LED.

Internal Comm2 The Internal communication connection has timed out. This fault is also reflected by a flashing red

MOD status LED.

Hardware Fault Internal diagnostics checks failed. This fault is also reflected by a solid red MOD status LED.

Control Module An illegal or unsupported Control Module product code or revision has been detected. Also reported if no Control Module is detected on power up. This fault is also reflected by a solid red MOD status

LED.

4…15 Reserved Reserved

NET Status LED

Flashes

Green-Red-Off

Solid Green

Flashing Green

Flashing Red

Solid Red

Table 6 - Network LED Status Indication

Description

The device has not completed the initialization, is not on an active network, or may not be powered up.

Recommended Action

Check to make sure the product is properly wired and configured on the network.

The device is operating in a normal condition.

The device is operating in a normal condition.

Internal network fault has occurred.

The device has detected a major error that has rendered it incapable of working.

No action required.

No action required.

Check 3-phase and control power connections.

Check ethernet connections.

Troubleshooting should be done to ensure that the control module internal switch settings are correct. Consult factory.

Control Module LED

Status and Reset

Figure 36 – LED Status

Indication and Reset

The Control Module LED status and diagnostics consists of four status LEDs and a Reset button. The following is a brief explanation of the operation of each

LED found on the Control Module.

Table 7 - Control Module LED Status Indication

LED

Power

Definition

This LED will be illuminated solid green when switched control power is present and with the proper polarity.

Run This LED will be illuminated solid green when a start command and control power is present.

Network This bicolor LED is used to indicate the status of the internal network connection.

Fault This LED is used to indicate the fault status of the ArmorStart. When the unit is faulted, the unit will respond with a specific blink pattern to identify the fault.

Recommended Action

Ensure 24V DC is present on A1 and A2.

Check if the local disconnect is in the OFF position.

Ensure 24V DC is present on A1 and A3.

Check if the user is properly commanding to

RUN via Instance 162 or 166.

See Table 6, Network LED Status Indication table above for additional information.

See Table 8 and Table 9 below for additional information.

The “Reset Button” is a local trip reset.

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Control Module Fault

LED Indications

Blink

Pattern

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

Table 8 - Fault LED Indicators for Bulletin 280E/281E

Auto-

Resettable

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

No

Bulletin 280E/281E

Trip Status

Short Circuit

Overload

Phase Loss

Reserved

Reserved

Control Pwr Loss

(Switched Power)

Input Fault

Over Temperature

Phase Imbalance

Control Power (24V DC)

Lost (Unswitched

Power)

Description

The circuit breaker (140M) has tripped.

This error indicates a shorted sensor, shorted input device, wiring input mistakes, or a blown output fuse.

This fault is generated when the operating temperature has been exceeded. This fault cannot be disabled.

Action

Determine cause of trip. Try to reset the circuit breaker using the disconnect handle. If the conditions continue, check power wiring or replace based module. This cannot be disabled.

The load has drawn excessive current and based on the trip class selected, the device has tripped.

Verify that the load is operating correctly and the ArmorStart is properly set-up. the fault cannot be disabled.

The ArmorStart has detected a missing phase.

Verify that 3-phase voltage is present at the line side connections. This fault can be disabled and is disabled by default.

Not Used —

Not Used

The ArmorStart has detected a loss of the control power voltage.

Check control voltage, wiring, and proper polarity (A1/A2 terminal). Also, check and replace the control voltage fuse, if necessary.

This fault can be disabled and is disabled by default.

Correct, isolated or remove wiring error prior to restarting the system. This fault can be disabled and is disabled by default.

The ArmorStart has detected a voltage imbalance.

The 24V DC power supply is below tolerance threshold.

Check for blocked or dirty heat sink fins. Verify that ambient temperature has not exceeded

40°C (104°F). 1. Clear the fault or cycle power to the drive.

Check the power system and correct if necessary. This fault can be disabled and is disabled by default.

Check the state of the network power supply

(A3/A1 terminal) and look for media problems.

This fault can be disabled and is disabled by default.

Reserved

Reserved

EEprom

Hdw Flt

Reserved

Reserved

Not Used

Not Used

This is a major fault, which renders the

ArmorStart inoperable. Possible causes of this fault are transients induced during EEprom storage routines.

This fault indicates that a serious hardware problem exists.

Not Used

Not Used

If the fault was initiated by a transient, power cycling should clear the problem, otherwise replacement of the ArmorStart may be required.

This fault cannot be disabled.

Check for a base/starter module mismatch. If no mismatch exists, the ArmorStart may need to be replaced. (Hdw Flt is the factory-enabled default setting.) This fault cannot be disabled.

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Table 9 - Fault LED Indicators for 284E

Bit/Blink

Pattern

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

Auto-

Resettable

No

Drive

Controlled

284E Trip Status

Short Circuit

Overload

(Drive Codes 7 and 64)

Description

The circuit breaker (140M) has tripped.

An excessive motor load exists

Action

Determine cause of trip. Try to reset the circuit breaker using the disconnect handle. If the conditions continue, check power wiring or replace based module. This cannot be disabled.

1. Reduce load so drive output current does not exceed the current set by Parameter 133

(Motor OL Current).

2. Verify Parameter 184 (Boost Select) setting.

3. Drive rating of 150% for 1 minute.

4. Reduce load or extend Accel Time two hundred percent or when 3 seconds has been exceeded.

Check the wiring between the drive and motor.

Check motor for grounded phase. Check the motor and drive output terminal wiring for a shorted condition. Replace drive if fault cannot be cleared.

Drive

Controlled

Drive

Controlled

Phase Short

(Drive Codes 38…43)

Ground Fault

(Drive Code 13)

Parameter 23

(PrFlt Reset

Mode)

Control Pwr Loss

(Switched Power)

Parameter 23

(PrFlt Reset

Mode)

Input Fault

Parameter 23

(PrFlt Reset

Mode)

Over Temperature

1. Phase U, V, or W to Gnd. A phase to ground fault has been detected between the drive and motor in this phase.

2. Phase UV, UW, or VW Short. Excessive current has been detected between these two output terminals.

A current path to earth ground has been detected at one or more of the drive output terminals.

Drive is unable to accelerate motor.

Check the motor and external wiring to the drive output terminals for a grounded condition.

Drive

Controlled

Stall

(Drive Code 6)

The ArmorStart has detected a loss of the control power voltage.

This error indicates a shorted sensor, shorted input device, wiring input mistakes, or a blown output fuse.

This fault is generated when the operating temperature has been exceeded. This fault cannot be disabled.

Increase Parameters 139…167 (Accel Time x) or reduce load so drive output current does not exceed the current set by Parameter 189

(Current Limit 1).

Check control voltage, wiring, and proper polarity (A1/A2 terminal). Also, check and replace the control voltage fuse, if necessary.

This fault can be disabled and is disabled by default.

If this fault occurs, the offending problem should be isolated or removed prior to restarting the system. This fault can be disabled and is disabled by default.

Check for blocked or dirty heat sink fins. Verify that ambient temperature has not exceeded

40°C (104°F).

1. Clear the fault or cycle power to the drive.

Drive

Controlled

Parameter 23

(PrFlt Reset

Mode)

No

Drive

Controlled

Over Current

(Drive Codes 12 and 63)

Control Power (24V DC)

Lost (Unswitched

Power)

The drive output current has exceeded the hardware current limit.

The 24V DC power supply is below tolerance threshold.

Check programming. Check for excess load, improper Parameter 184 (Boost Select) setting.

DC brake volts set too high or other causes of excess current. Parameter 198 (SW Current Trip) has been exceeded, check load requirements and Parameter 198 setting.

Check the state of the network power supply

(A3/A1 terminal) and look for media problems.

This fault can be disabled and is disabled by default.

Clear the fault or cycle power to the drive. If the problem persists replace the unit.

Internal Comm

(Drive Code 81)

DC Bus Fault

(Drive Codes Reference

3, 4 and 5)

RS485 (DSI) port stopped communicating.

Power Loss - DC bus voltage remained below

85% of nominal. UnderVoltage - DC but voltage fell below the minimum value. OverVoltage - DC bus voltage exceeded maximum value.

Monitor the incoming AC line for low voltage or line power interruption. Check the input fuses.

Monitor the AC line for high line voltage or transient conditions. Bus overvoltage can also be caused by motor regeneration. Extend the decel time or install dynamic brake option.

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Table 9 - Fault LED Indicators for 284E

Bit/Blink

Pattern

13

Auto-

Resettable

No

14

15

16

No

Drive

Controlled

Drive

Controlled

284E Trip Status

EEprom

(PF Drive Code

Reference 100)

Hdw Flt (PF Drive Codes

Reference 70 and 122)

Restart Retries (PF

Drive Code Reference

33)

Misc. Fault (PF Drive

Code Reference 2, 8,

29, 48 and 80)

Description

The checksum read from the board does not match the checksum calculated.

Failure has been detected in the drive power section or drive control and I/O section.

Drive unsuccessfully attempted to reset a fault and resume running for the programmed number of Parameter 192 (Auto Rstrt Tries).

Heatsink temperature exceeds a predefined value. The drive was commanded to write default values to EEprom. The autotune function was either cancelled by the user or failed.

1. Cycle power.

2. Replace drive if fault cannot be cleared.

Correct the cause of the fault and manually clear.

Action

Set Parameter 141 (Reset to Defaults) to

Option 1 “Reset Defaults”.

Check for blocked or dirty heat sink fins. Verify that ambient temperature has not exceeded

40°C (104°F).

1. Clear the fault or cycle power to the drive.

2. Program the drive parameters as needed.

Restart procedure.

Troubleshooting

Introduction

The purpose of this section is to assist in troubleshooting the ArmorStart®

Distributed Motor Controller using the LED Status Display and diagnostic parameters.

ATTENTION: Servicing energized industrial control equipment can be hazardous. Electrical shock, burns or unintentional actuation of controlled industrial equipment may cause death or serious injury. For safety of maintenance personnel as well as others who might be exposed to electrical hazards associated with maintenance activities, follow the local safety related work practices (for example, the NFPA70E, Part II in the

United States). Maintenance personnel must be trained in the safety practices, procedures, and requirements that pertain to their respective job assignments.

ATTENTION: Do not attempt to defeat or override fault circuits. The cause of the fault indication must be determined and corrected before attempting operation. Failure to correct a control system of mechanical malfunction may result in personal injury and /or equipment damage due to uncontrolled machine system operation.

ATTENTION: The drive contains high voltage capacitors that take time to discharge after removal of mains supply. Before working on drive, ensure isolation of mains supply from line inputs (R, S, T, [L1, L2, L3]). Wait three minutes for capacitors to discharge to safe voltage levels. Failure to do so may result in personal injury or death.

Darkened display LEDs is not an indication that capacitors have discharged to safe voltage levels.

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ATTENTION: Only qualified personnel familiar with adjustable frequency

AC drives and associated machinery should plan or implement the installation, startup, and subsequent maintenance of the system. Failure to comply may result in personal injury and/or equipment damage.

ATTENTION: This drive contains electrostatic discharge (ESD) – sensitive parts and assemblies. Static control precautions are required when installing, testing, servicing, or repairing this assembly. Component damage may result if ESD control procedures are not followed. If you are not familiar with static control procedures, refer to Allen-Bradley

®

Publication 8000-4.5.2, Guarding against Electrostatic Damage, or any other applicable ESD protection handbook.

ATTENTION: An incorrectly applied or installed drive can result in component damage or a reduction in product life. Wiring or application errors, such as undersizing of the motor, incorrect or inadequate AC supply, or excessive ambient temperatures may result in malfunction of the system.

The following flowchart for Bulletin 280E/281E units, is provided to aid in quick troubleshooting.

Figure 37 - Bulletin 280E/281E Control Module LED Status

Yes

Faulted Display

No

Fault

LED

See

Table 8

Network

LED

See

Table 6

Motor will not Start

See

Table 10

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Bulletin 284E

Troubleshooting

Fault Definitions

Some of the Bulletin 284E ArmorStart Distributed Motor Controller faults are detected by the internal hardware of the ArmorStart, while others are detected by the internal drive. For internal drive faults, the internal hardware of the

ArmorStart simply polls the drive for the existence of faults and reports the fault state. No fault latching is done by the internal hardware of the ArmorStart for these faults. The PrFlt ResetMode parameter (Parameter 23) determines the

Auto Resettability of only the faults that are detected on the main control board.

The Auto Resettability of the faults that are detected in the internal drive is controlled by internal drive parameters, refer to Table 9. The following flowchart for Bulletin 284E units, is provided to aid in quick troubleshooting.

Figure 38 - Bulletin 284E Control Module LED Status

Yes

Faulted Display

No

Fault

LED

See

Table 9

Network

LED

See

Table 6

Define Nature of the

Problem

Motor will not start

See

Table 12

Actions

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Internal Drive Faults

A fault is a condition that stops the drive. There are two fault types.

Type

1

2

Description

Auto-Reset/Run

When this type of fault occurs, Parameter 192 (Auto Rstrt Tries) and related

Parameter(s): 155, 193 are set to a value greater than 0, a user-configurable timer,

Parameter 193 (Auto Rstrt Delay) and related Parameter(s): 192, begins. When the timer reaches zero, the drive attempts to automatically reset the fault. If the condition that caused the fault is no longer present, the fault will be reset and the drive will be restarted

Non-Resettable

This type of fault may require drive or motor repair, or is caused by wiring or programing errors. The cause of the fault must be corrected before the fault can be cleared.

Automatically Clearing Faults (Option/Step)

Clear a Type 1 Fault and Restart the Drive:

1.

Set Parameter 192 (Auto Rstrt Tries) to a value other than 0.

2.

Set Parameter 193 (Auto Rstrt Delay) to a value other than 0.

Clear an Overvoltage, Undervoltage or Heatsink OvrTmp Fault without

Restarting the Drive:

1.

Set Parameter 192 (Auto Rstrt Tries) to a value other than 0.

2.

Set Parameter 193 (Auto Rstrt Delay) to 0.

Auto Restart (Reset/Run)

The Auto Restart feature provides the ability for the drive to automatically perform a fault reset followed by a start attempt without user or application intervention. This allows remote or unattended operation. Only certain faults are allowed to be reset. Certain faults (Type 2) that indicate possible drive component malfunction are not resettable. Caution should be used when enabling this feature, since the drive will attempt to issue its own start command based on user selected programming.

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The following table describes Bulletin 284E Faults as seen in Parameters 107,

108, and 109 (Fault 1, 2 or 3).

No.

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

F8

Fault

Auxiliary Input

Power Loss

UnderVoltage

OverVoltage

Motor Stalled

Motor Overload

Heatsink

OvrTmp

F12 HW OverCurrent

F13

F33

Ground Fault

Auto Rstrt Tries

F38

F39

F40

F41

F42

F43

Phase U to Gnd

Phase V to Gnd

Phase W to Gnd

Phase UV Short

Phase UW Short

Phase VW Short

F48 Params

Defaulted

F63 SW OverCurrent

Type

Description

1 Auxiliary input interlock is open.

2 DC bus voltage remained below

85% of nominal.

1 DC bus voltage fell below the minimum value.

1 DC bus voltage exceeded maximum value.

1. Check remote wiring.

2. Verify communications.

4. Check input fuses.

Action

3. Monitor the incoming AC line for low voltage or line power interruption.

5. Monitor the incoming AC line for low voltage or line power interruption.

1

1

1

Drive is unable to accelerate motor.

Internal electronic overload trip

Heatsink temperature exceeds a predefined value.

2 The drive output current has exceeded the hardware current limit.

2 A current path to earth ground has been detected at one or more of the drive output terminals.

Drive unsuccessfully attempted to reset a fault and resume running for the programmed number of

Parameter 192 (Auto Rstrt Tries).

2 A phase to ground fault has been detected between the drive and motor in this phase .

6. Monitor the AC line for high line voltage or transient conditions. Bus overvoltage can also be caused by motor regeneration. Extend the decel time or install dynamic brake option.

7. Increase Parameters 139…167 (Accel Time x) or reduce load so drive output current does not exceed the current set by Parameter 189 (Current

Limit 1).

8. An excessive motor load exists. Reduce load so drive output current does not exceed the current set by Parameter 133 (Motor OL Current).

9. Verify Parameter 184 (Boost Select) setting

10. Check for blocked or dirty heat sink fins. Verify that ambient temperature has not exceeded 40

°C.

11. Replace internal fan.

12. Check programming. Check for excess load, improper programming of

Parameter 184 (Boost Select), DC brake volts set too high, or other causes of excess current.

13. Check the motor and external wiring to the drive output terminals for a grounded condition.

14. Correct the cause of the fault and manually clear.

15. Check the wiring between the drive and motor.

16. Check motor for grounded phase.

17. Replace starter module if fault cannot be cleared.

2 Excessive current has been detected between these two output terminals.

18. Check the motor and drive output terminal wiring for a shorted condition.

19. Replace starter module if fault cannot be cleared.

F64

F70

F80

Drive Overload

Power Unit

SVC Autotune

2 The drive was commanded to write default values to EEPROM.

2 Programmed Parameter 198 (SW

Current Trip) has been exceeded.

2 Drive rating of 150% for 1 min. or

200% for 3 sec. has been exceeded.

2 Failure has been detected in the drive power section.

The autotune function was either cancelled by the user or failed.

20. Clear the fault or cycle power to the drive.

21. Program the drive parameters as needed.

22. Check load requirements and Parameter 198 (SW Current Trip) setting.

23. Reduce load or extend Accel Time.

24. Cycle power.

25. Replace starter module if fault cannot be cleared.

26. Restart procedure.

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No.

F81

Fault

Comm Loss

F100 Parameter

Checksum

F122 I/O Board Fail

Type

Description

2 RS485 (DSI) port stopped communicating.

2 The checksum read from the board does not match the checksum calculated.

2 Failure has been detected in the drive control and I/O section.

Action

27. Turn off using Parameter 205 (Comm Loss Action).

28. Replace starter module if fault cannot be cleared.

29. Set Parameter 141 (Reset To Defaults) to Option 1 (Reset Defaults).

30. Cycle power.

31. Replace starter module if fault cannot be cleared.

➊ See Table 9 for internal drive fault types, common symptoms and corrective actions.

Cause(s)

No output voltage to the motor.

Drive is Faulted

Table 10 - Motor Does Not Start

Indication Corrective Action

None Check the power circuit.

Check the supply voltage.

Check all fuses and disconnects

Check the motor.

Verify that the motor is connected properly.

Verify that I/O Terminal 01 is active.

Verify that Parameter 136 (Start Source) matches your configuration.

Verify that Parameter 195 (Reverse Disable) is not prohibiting movement.

Flashing red status light Clear fault.

Press Stop

Cycle power

Set Parameter 200 (Fault Clear) to Option 1 (Clear Faults).

Cycle digital input is Parameters 151…154 (Digital In x Sel) is set to Option

7, (Clear Faults).

Incorrect reference source is being selected via remote device or digital inputs.

None

Table 11 - Drive Does Not Respond to Changes in Speed Command

Cause(s) Indication

No value is coming form the source of the command.

The drive Run indicator is lit and output is 0 Hz.

Corrective Action

Check Parameter 112 (Control Source) for correct source.

If the source is an analog input, check wiring and use a meter to check for presence of signal.

Check Parameter 102 (Commanded Freq) to verify correct command.

Check Parameter 112 (Control Source) for correct source.

Check Parameter 114 (Dig In Status) to see if inputs are selecting an alternate source. Verify settings for Parameters 151…154 (Digital In x Sel).

Check Parameter 138 (Speed Reference) for the source of the speed reference. Reprogram as necessary.

Table 12 - Motor and/or Drive Will Not Accelerate to Commanded Speed

Cause(s)

Acceleration time is excessive.

Excess load or short acceleration times force the drive into current limit, slowing, or stopping acceleration.

None

None

Indication Corrective Action

Reprogram Parameter 139 (Accel Time 1) or Parameter 167 (Accel Time 2).

Compare Parameter 103 (Output Current) with Parameter 189 (Current

Limit1).

Remove excess load or reprogram Parameter 139 (Accel Time 1) or

Parameter 167 (Accel Time 2).

Check for improper setting of Parameter 184 (Boost Select).

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Table 12 - Motor and/or Drive Will Not Accelerate to Commanded Speed

Cause(s)

Speed command source or value is not as expected.

Programming is preventing the drive output from exceeding limiting values.

Torque performance does not match motor characteristics.

None

None

None

Indication Corrective Action

Verify Parameter 102 (Commanded Freq).

Check Parameter 112 (Control Source) for the proper Speed Command.

Check Parameter 135 (Maximum Freq) to insure that speed is not limited by programming.

Set motor nameplate full load amps in Parameter 226 (Motor NP FLA).

Use Parameter 227 (Autotune) to perform Static Tune or Rotate Tune procedure.

Set Parameter 225 (Torque Perf Mode) to Option 0 (V/Hz).

Table 13 - Motor Operation is Unstable

Cause(s)

Motor data was incorrectly entered.

None

Indication Corrective Action

1. Correctly enter motor nameplate data into Parameters 131, 132, and 133.

2. Enable Parameter 197 (Compensation).

3. Use Parameter 184 (Boost Select) to reduce boost level.

Table 14 - Drive Will Not Reverse Motor Direction

Cause(s)

Digital input is not selected for reversing control.

Motor wiring is improperly phased for reverse.

Reverse is disabled.

None

None

None

Indication Corrective Action

Check Parameters 151…154 (Digital In x Sel). Choose correct input and program for reversing mode.

Switch two motor leads.

Check Parameter 195 (Reverse Disable).

Cause(s)

No input power to drive.

Jumper between I/O

Terminals P2 and P1 not installed and/or DC Bus

Inductor not connected.

None

None

Table 15 - Drive Does Not Power Up

Indication Corrective Action

Check the power circuit.

Check the supply voltage.

Check all fuses and disconnects.

Install jumper or connect DC Bus Inductor.

Resetting Device to

Factory Defaults

The ArmorStart Control and Based module can be reset to factory defaults using a Type 1 Reset service. It must be sent to the device identity object as follows. To reset only the control module refer to Parameter 141 "Reset To Defaults".

SERVICE CODE 0X05

Class Code 0x0001

INSTANCE 1

Data (USINT) 1

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Control Module Removal

ATTENTION: To avoid shock hazard, disconnect main power before working on the controller, motor, or control devices.

1.

Disconnect power by going to the control module and turning OFF the

At-Motor disconnect and performing lockout-tagout per your company policy.

2.

Remove motor cable.

3.

Loosen the four mounting screws.

4.

Unplug the Control module from the base by pulling forward.

Installation of Control Module

5.

Install control module.

6.

Tighten four mounting screws.

7.

Install motor cable.

Figure 39 – Control Module Replacement

1

Motor Cable

2

3

4

Note: DeviceNet™ base module is shown.

2

30 lb•in./

3.39 N•m

1

3

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Figure 40 – Control Voltage and Output Fuse Replacement

Output Fuse

Cat. No. W25176-155-03

Control Voltage Fuse

Cat. No. W25172-260-17

Figure 41 – Source Brake Fuse Replacement (Bulletin 284E only)

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Cat. No. W25172-260-12

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Bulletin 280E/281E/284E

Programmable Parameters

Basic Setup Parameters

Additional configuration information and advanced settings help can be found in the

ArmorStart User Manual, Publication 280E-UM001*.

To configure the basic ArmorStart functionality refer to Table 16 below. These are the minimum setup configurations required for Bulletin 280E/281E or

Bulletin 284E. There are additional capabilities and motor protection that are not enabled or left at their default values.

Table 16 - Quick Parameter Setup

Bulletin 280E/281E

106 FLA Setting

107 Overload Class

108 OL Reset Level

Bulletin 284E

131 Motor NP Volts

132 Motor NP Hertz

133 Motor OL Current

134 Minimum Freq

135 Maximum Freq

137 Stop Mode

138 Speed Reference

139 Accel Time 1

140 Decel Time 1

Parameter Groups

Basic Status

1 Hdw Inputs

2 Network Inputs

3 Network Outputs

4 Trip Status

5 Starter Status

6 InternalLinkStat

7 Starter Command

22 Breaker Type

56 Base Enclosure

57 Base Options

58 Wiring Options

59 Starter Enclosure

60 Starter Options

61 Last Pr Fault

62 Warning Status

63 Base Trip

Common to Bulletin 280E/281E and Bulletin 284E Units

Network Config

13 Prod Assy Word 0

14 Prod Assy Word 1

15 Prod Assy Word 2

16 Prod Assy Word 3

Starter Protection

23 PrFlt ResetMode

24 Pr Fault Enable

25 Pr Fault Reset

26 Str Net FltState

27 Str Net FltValue

28 Str Net IdlState

29 Str Net IdlValue

User I/O Config

30 Off-to-On Delay

31 On-to-Off Delay

32 In Sink/Source

33 OutA Pr FltState

34 OutA Pr FltValue

35 OutA Net FltState

36 OutA Net FltValue

37 OutA Net IdlState

38 OutA Net IdlValue

39 OutB Pr FltState

40 OutB Pr FltValue

41 OutB Net FltState

42 OutB Net FltValue

43 OutB Net IdlState

44 OutB Net IdlValue

Miscellaneous Config

8 Network Override

9 Comm Override

45 Keypad Mode

46 Keypad Disable

47 Set To Defaults

Bulletin 284E

Units Only

Drive I/O Config

48 Drive Control

49 DrvIn Pr FltState

50 DrvIn Pr FltValue

51 DrvIn Net FltState

52 DrvIn Net FltValue

53 DrvIn Net ltState

54 DrvIn Net ltValue

55 High Speed Enable

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Bulletin280E/281E

Units Only

Starter Display

101 Phase A Current

102 Phase B Current

103 Phase C Current

104 Average Current

105 Therm Utilized

Starter Setup

106 FLA Setting

107 Overload Class

108 OL Reset Level

Drive Display

101 Output Freq

102 Commanded Freq

103 Output Current

104 Output Voltage

105 DC Bus Voltage

106 Drive Status

107 Fault 1 Code

108 Fault 2 Code

109 Fault 3 Code

110 Process Display

112 Control Source

113 Contrl In Status

114 Dig In Status

115 Comm Status

116 Control SW Ver

117 Drive Type

118 Elapsed Run Time

119 Testpoint Data

122 Output Power

123 Output Power Fctr

124 Drive Temp

125 Counter Status

126 Timer Status

128 StpLogic Status

129 Torque Current

Drive Setup

131 Motor NP Volts

132 Motor NP Hertz

133 Motor OL Current

134 Minimum Freq

135 Maximum Freq

136 Start Source

137 Stop Mode

138 Speed Reference

139 Accel Time 1

140 Decel Time 1

141 Reset To Defaults

143 Motor OL Ret

Bulletin 284E Units Only

Drive Advanced Setup

151 Digital In 1 Sel

152 Digital In 2 Sel

153 Digital In 3 Sel

154 Digital In 4 Sel

155 Relay Out Sel

156 Relay Out Level

157 Relay Out LevelF

167 Accel Time 2

168 Decel Time 2

169 Internal Freq

170 Preset Freq 0

171 Preset Freq 1

172 Preset Freq 2

173 Preset Freq 3

174 Preset Freq 4

175 Preset Freq 5

176 Preset Freq 6

177 Preset Freq 7

178 Jog Frequency

179 Jog Accel/Decel

180 DC Brake Time

181 DC Brake Level

182 DB Resistor Sel

183 S Curve %

184 Boost Select

185 Start Boost

186 Brake Voltage

187 Brake Frequency

188 Maximum Voltage

189 Current Limit 1

190 Motor OL Select

191 PWM Frequency

192 Auto Rstrt Tries

193 Auto Rstrt Delay

194 Start At PowerUp

195 Reverse Disable

196 Flying Start En

197 Compensation

198 SW Current Trip

199 Process Factor

200 Fault Clear

201 Program Lock

202 Testpoint Sel

205 Comm Loss Action

206 Comm Loss Time

214 Slip Hertz @ FLA

215 Process Time Lo

216 Process Time Hi

217 Bus Reg Mode

218 Current Limit 2

219 Skip Frequency

220 Skip Freq Band

221 Stall Fault Time

224 Var PWM Disable

225 Torque Perf Mode

226 Motor NP FLA

227 Autotune

228 IR Voltage Drop

229 Flux Current Ref

230 PID Trim Hi

231 PID Trim Lo

232 PID Ref Sel

233 PID Feedback Sel

234 PID Prop Gain

235 PID Integ Time

236 PID Diff Rate

237 PID Setpoint

238 PID Deadband

239 PID Preload

240 StpLogic 0

241 StpLogic 1

242 StpLogic 2

243 StpLogic 3

244 StpLogic 4

245 StpLogic 5

246 StpLogic 6

247 StpLogic 7

250 StpLogic Time 0

251 StpLogic Time 1

252 StpLogic Time 2

253 StpLogic Time 3

254 StpLogic Time 4

255 StpLogic Time 5

256 StpLogic Time 6

257 StpLogic Time 7

260 EM Brk Off Delay

261 EM Brk On Delay

262 MOP Reset Sel

263 DB Threshold

264 Comm Write Mode

ControlLogix Command and Status Mapping

Table 17 - Default I/O Messaging Data

Message type

Consumed Data Size (Rx) Command

Produced Data Size (Tx) Status

Bulletin 280E/281E

Default

Cyclic

3 Bytes (Instance 162)

16 Bytes (Instance 150)

Bulletin 284E

Cyclic

6 Bytes (Instance 166)

18 Byte (Instance 151)

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Figure 42 – Example of RSLogix

5000 Status Assembly Table

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Default Input and Output (I/O) Assembly Formats

The tables below identify the default information produced and consumed by

Bulletin 280E, 281E and 284E. For additional formats and advance configurations please reference the user manual.

Defaults for Standard Distributed Motor Controllers

Table 18 - Instance 150

Byte

0

1

2

3

4

5

Bit 7

Reserve

Produce Assembly - Instance 150 "Starter Status" - 280E/281E Starters

Bit 6

Reserve

Bit 5

Reserve

Bit 4

Reserve

Bit 3

Reserve

Bit 2

Reserve

Bit 1 Bit 0

Reserve Reserve

Reserve Reserve

Reserve Reserve

Reserve Reserve

Reserve

Reserve

Reserve

140M On

Reserve

Reserve

Reserve

Ready

HOA

Reserve

Reserve

Reserve

Running

Rev

Input 4

Reserve

Reserve

Reserve

Running

Fwd

Input 3

Reserve

Reserve

Reserve

Warning Tripped

Input 2

Reserve

Reserve

Reserve

Input 1

10

11

12

13

8

9

6 Net Out 7 Net Out 6 Net Out 5 Net Out 4 Net Out 3 Net Out 2 Net Out 1 Net Out 0

7 Logic

Enable

Net Out

14

Net Out

13

Net Out

12

Net Out 11 Net Out 10 Net Out 9 Net Out 8

Value of the parameter pointed to by "Parameter 13 Prod Assy Word 0" (low byte)

Value of the parameter pointed to by "Parameter 13 Prod Assy Word 0" (high byte)

14

15

Value of the parameter pointed to by "Parameter 14 Prod Assy Word 1" (low byte)

Value of the parameter pointed to by "Parameter 14 Prod Assy Word 1" (high byte)

Value of the parameter pointed to by "Parameter 15 Prod Assy Word 2" (low byte)

Value of the parameter pointed to by "Parameter 15 Prod Assy Word 2" (high byte)

Value of the parameter pointed to by "Parameter 16 Prod Assy Word 3" (low byte)

Value of the parameter pointed to by "Parameter 16 Prod Assy Word 3" (high byte)

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7

8

5

6

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

Byte

0

1

2

3

4

Table 19 - Instance 151

Bit 7

Reserve

Reserve

Reserve

Produce Assembly - Instance 151 “Drive Status” - 284E Starters

Bit 6 Bit 5 Bit 4 Bit 3 Bit 2

Reserve

Reserve

Reserve

Reserve

Reserve

Reserve

Reserve

Reserve

Reserve

Reserve

Reserve

Reserve

Reserve

Reserve

Reserve

Bit 1

Reserve

Reserve

Reserve

Bit 0

Reserve

Reserve

Reserve

Reserve

At

Reference

Reserve

Net Ref

Status

Reserve Reserve

Net Ctl

Status

Ready

Reserve

Running

Rev

Reserve

Running

Fwd

Contact2 Contact1 140M On HOA Input 4

Output Frequency (Low) (xxx.x Hz)

Input 3

Reserve Reserve

Warning Tripped

Input 2 Input 1

Output Frequency (High) (xxx.x Hz)

Net Out 8 Net Out 7 Net Out 6 Net Out 5 Net Out 4 Net Out 3 Net Out 2 Net Out 1

Enable 15

Net Out

14

Net Out

13

Net Out 12 Net Out 11 Net Out

10

Value of the parameter pointed to by "Parameter 13 Prod Assy Word 0" (low byte)

Value of the parameter pointed to by "Parameter 13 Prod Assy Word 0" (high byte)

Net Out 9

Value of the parameter pointed to by "Parameter 14 Prod Assy Word 1" (low byte)

Value of the parameter pointed to by "Parameter 14 Prod Assy Word 1" (high byte)

Value of the parameter pointed to by "Parameter 15 Prod Assy Word 2" (low byte)

Value of the parameter pointed to by "Parameter 15 Prod Assy Word 2" (high byte)

Value of the parameter pointed to by "Parameter 16 Prod Assy Word 3" (low byte)

Value of the parameter pointed to by "Parameter 16 Prod Assy Word 3" (high byte)

Figure 43 – Example of

RSLogix 5000 Command

Assembly Table

Byte

0

1

2

Table 20 - Instance 162

Bit 7

Consume Assembly - Instance 162 “Starter Cmd” - 280E/281E Starters

Output B

Bit 6

Output A

Bit 5 Bit 4 Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit 0

Fault Reset Run Rev Run Fwd

Net in 7 Net in 6 Net in 5 Net in 4 Net in3

Net in 15 Net in 14 Net in 13 Net in 12 Net in 11

Net in 2

Net in 10

Net in 1

Net in 9

Net in 0

Net in 8

Table 21 - Instance 166

3

4

5

Byte Bit 7

Consume Assembly - Instance 166 “Drive Cmd” – 284E Starters

Bit 6

0 User Out B User Out A

Bit 5 Bit 4

Jog Rev

Bit 3

Jog Fwd

Bit 2

Fault Reset

Bit 1

Run Rev

Bit 0

Run Fwd

1

2

Drive In 4 Drive In 3 Drive In 2 Drive In 1 Decel

Control 2

Decel

Control 1

Comm Frequency Command (Low) (xxx.x Hz)

Accel

Control 2

Accel

Control 1

Comm Frequency Command (High) (xxx.x Hz)

Net in 8 Net in 7 Net in 6 Net in 5 Net in 4

Net in 16 Net in 15 Net in 14 Net in 13 Net in 12

Net in 3 Net in 2 Net in 1

Net in 11 Net in 10 Net in 9

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Registered Trademark List

ArmorConnect, ArmorStart, RSLinx and ControlLogix are registered trademarks of Rockwell Automation, Inc.

Trademark List

RSLogix 5000, is a trademarks of Rockwell Automation, Inc. EtherNet/IP, DeviceNet and the DeviceNet logo are trademarks of the Open Device Vendors

Association (ODVA). Ethernet is a registered trademark of Digital Equipment Corporation, Intel, and Xerox Corporation.

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